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Mr. C *teheanmogedtagn-up the I.ill
to repeal *6eandepent ttl Trei'sasury for the
purpose ofa-inug on the a-mendmenits.
This was out of order, by Mr. Clay's own
tale. and Mr. Calhoun - and other Demo
eratic Senators, wort ied him for about hIalf
an hour. when in mercy to him they for
bore pressing the point of order, and Mr.
Cta was permitted to make his motion,
Yr. Calhoun characterised tha itove
ment as an indelicate attempt to influence
the President in his decisiona on a bill now.
under consideration; the Bauk bill, and
sboved that its further consideration be
postponed until Saturday next. This
was opposed by Mr. Clay, and sifter con
siderable debate was lost, ayes 26 noes 28.
The bill was then taken up, The aitend
ments concurred in, and the bill sen to the
President. The distribution bill was then
taken up, and a variety of atendinents
offered, which were discussed at consider
able length. Mr, Linn oflered an amend
ment proposing to appropriate the proceeds.
of the sales of the public lands to the naval
and military defences of the country, and
addressed the Senate in a very eloquent
manner in favor of the proposition.
Mr. King desired to submit his views on
the amendment, but would forbear if the
Senators on the other side were willing to
take the vote on the engrossment of the bill
without further debate. This was declin
ed by, the Whig Senators, and otn Mr.
King'motion the Senate went into Exec
ti0we Session. I learn that Col. Wool's
psiAnation as Brigadier General, to suc
eedGeneral Scott was sent in to lhe Sen
ate. This is another verification of the
saying familiar hereabouts, that one carm
paign in Washington is hetter than six in
the field. Col. Wool is considered a mere
carpet knight. Among many other meri
torious ollicers his seniors in rank, whom
be has superseded. was tite gallant veie
ran. Gen. Brady. who has participated in
nearly every action. in which our troops
have heen engaged since Vayne's victory
over the Indians.
The House were engneed all day in dis.
cassing the bankrupt, bill, and adiourued
without taking a vote.
The veto message will probably not bo
sent in until Fridny, though some expect
it to morrow. Rumor to day says the
Cabinet will resign. Congrees will prob
ably adjourn on Monday, the 231.
WAsHNsoTO,. Aut:. 13.
In tite Senate this morning, Mr. Cal
houn presented the proceedings of a larce
meeting of the Republicans of Norfolk
county. Virginia, in relation to the meas
ures of tite Extra Session. They are in
strong and decided !anguage. and the right
of repeal is asserted in the following:
"Resolved, That, like the Democracy
of the olden time. who armused the people
to a sense of their danger, hurled the mar
auders from power. repealed the Alien and
Sedition laws, and rescued the constitu
tion from desecration and outroge, we
pledge ourselves, should Congress pass
any law establishing a National Bank.
distributing the proceeds of the public lands
or assuming the Slate debts, never to relax
our exertions until these unconstitutional
and dangerous enactments shall he ex
punged from our startie books, and the
sanctity of our national compact be vindi
cated and maintained."
After the proceedings had been read,
Mr. Calhoun moved that they be grinted,
whichwas- areed to-dMr.EClay aeties
fttieMg conrinced of the
frttessness o his efforts to gag the free
men of the land. A motion of inquiry re
lative to some business cotntected with
the Post ottice department was alTered
which gave rise to an incidet debate,
in whtich much complaimtt was utttered by
various Senators of the irregularity attd
inefficiency of the opera:ious of thec de
The Land bill was taken up aind an a
mendmenot olieredl, protposing to eqipaalize
the donations of lands to the new Sistes,
so as to brittg them all up to thes. amiount
received by Ohio.
This, after ant anitnated de.bate, wvas
lost-ayes 19, noes 25.
Several othser unsitmporthant amtendmtents
were sdTered, which occup~liedl the Sentte
until a lare htour. A ttotion wvas thent
madeto adjourn inver until 3londay, for
the avowed obje-ct of givinag ant opportutni
ty to members for visiting~ thte Ship Dela
Mr. Berrien, whto has bsteen selectedl as
"my man Charles," thmese~ two days pa,,
(Mr. Preston and M1r. Mlaan;;um bintg evi
dendly distrusted and discnardedl ) siopposed(
the motion, and demanded the veas aw
cays, when it was withtdrawn i. Ths~ wa..
no doubt an elbullit iotn of M1r. Clay's sple.
to prevent Presidentt Tyler playing thte
"Ceasar with the Senate at his heels."
The President has, however, wisely de
termined not to leave the city int the pre
at1:endition of public aluirs.
In- the House, a motion was tma-.'e to
take the Bankrupt bill out of Comtttee,
at 2 o'clock to-day, which was adopted;
this was done,. with the expectation that
the veto message wnuld be received at
12 o'clock- It did ntot come bowever,
and at 1 o'clock a motiott was masde
to reconsider thte vote by which the bill
was ordered to be taken out ofCommnittee,
and it was carried-ayes 102, noe-s 98.
Mr. Wise dentounced this whtuilling in
strong and indignant language. lIe would
say to every unlorttunato man who was
looking, with a tearfl eve, toward that
House for hope. that. his hopes bad been
flattered only to be betrayed: hte wouild-get
no bankrupt bill tis session. Gemtlemen
intended to use this bill as so much politi
cal, capital and allow it to pass or not to
pass, on certain contingencies. It had been
calculated that the bankrupts were sufE
ciently numerous to-turns the ttajority in five
States, giving Si; electoral votes; and he
made a statement showitng what bad been
the state of the polls in these States at the
last Presidential election. Th'le State,, he
said, were New York, Pennsylva'nia,
Maiue and two others, lie gave t he batik
rupts warning that they had been weighed,
and with very great rnicety. in the seales,
not of justice, but of phlitical intluensce, mud
he feared it would be fonnod that their scale
kicked the beamn. They were now like
mice in the receiver of mu air pump, beinig
experimented upon. While haste and
precipitation had marked thte proceedings
of the flouse ini reference to every other
bill of the sessiont, on) this alone gerntlemen.
seemed to think themselves at liberty to
h'PIe hill %%as further discussed until 3
o'c!ock, %%hen the House adjourned over
until Monday ntent.
WAqUIXOTOr Aug. 16.
The veto has just been read-the galle
ry and lohiiies of the Senate chamber
were crowed to suffocation-every Sena
tor in Iis sent. and the members of the
House crowding upon the President's seat
or platfiorm. At the finishing the reading
of the veto message, applause and hissing
were heard. lienton rose im great indigua.
tion and inovcd to send the Master of Arms
to the galleries for the purpose of tinding
out ihe rioters and bringing them to the
Bar of the Senate for punishment. Much
debate cisued upon the subject-the up
shot of which was, that nothing was done,
The Whigs will have a caucus to-night.
to deternine upon the course orproceeding.
The House is still engaged in diszusaiou
ofrthe Baukrupt Law. I do not think that
it will pass. The Revenue Bill will not
he discussed for several days to come.
The Scuate are engaged upon the Land
Distributing Bill,and there are great hopes
entertained that the veto which has just
come in will destroy the appetite of the
Whigs for all the other measures.
It is impossible to say at this moment
what will be the course pursued by the
Cabinet. The opitnion is that several
ietbers will resigt-especially the Attor
ney General who is devoted to Cla.
Upjon that event, l3adger the Secretary of
the Navy, it is said will be appointed At
torney General. lut at present almost
every thing i.4 corjecture-one thing, how
ever, iscertaitn, the Whig party is split,
and Democratic doctriies are likely to pre
vail. Already tOe signs oh the times are
omin)nus-ludifna is revolutionized. Last
year the [It tse, of Iudiana stood 70 Whigs
to 20 Democrats, in round numbers-now
there is aDemocrAtic majority, and a major
ity upsotjoint ballot. New York will have
text fall a Democratic niaiority in her low
er House, perhaps-in the Senate. The ve
to will give a newy impulse to the Demo
cratic party. You will like the President's
veto-it is an exceedingly able docnment,
and evidently the result of much consider
;ttion and consultation. The Virginia- old
State Ilight men left their homes and visi
ted the 'Pre,identt. and several Vieginia
entlemen, hih in the raiks of the Democ.
racy, were tnost certaitaly amuongst his ad
WAStNGTON,. Aug. 17.
"Immedia:ey upon the adiournmtnt of
the two llouses Vesterv. ite Whigs as
semtsbled its catetiuw, w hichs conttinued until
a late hour. The prohein to be solved
was the policy to ie pursued towards the
Executive, tinder the new aspect the rela
itins between theim iad assumed. Opin
ions were tnearly a, matny and as variant
as there were iembers precent. but a lat ge
majority expresse-d thesnselves in terms or
hostility to the President, tad were for de
cided action in some shape or other, asser
its: that if they did not denounce John
Tyler and his works, and that promptly,
their Whig constituents would denounce
-The Whigs of this city. as I mentioned
in my las:. formned a procession nbout 10
o'clock last night, and with musical instru
tnensts of every description, and every va
riety 'sf ocal accompaniment, narceldgto
the Pre.ident's house, and serenaded him
and his family witlh'a variety of favorite
airs, such as the "Roguawi#arcih," ' Cleai
the Kitchen," &c. They .-had a large
transpa~ey of the Presidets for she pur
pose of burning hims its effigy, but were
dissnaded frost their putrposse by te Mayor
of the city. This our: t~ie is alike disgrace
ful to tIhe riianis conscerne-d its it, atnd the
Whig authuorities who. sul'ered thetm to es
INIA N A.
FExsract of a letter. datied
Dear Sir-All that I have encouirge,~d
our frienids to expect fromt Inadianta ha:s
biteen contfirsmed, awl mtore. A new whitrI
n ii has swept ove-r sthe Statte, and the
p jeopie, of their onu free will, have cahnt
iv done the dee-d.
Th'ie enclosed list g'i es all the retturns upi
to this mtorninig. Yout will notice the onily
lo.4 is itn Rusht counsty: bus, ev-en there.
15. F-. Preve received te suppohsrt of the
iletmocrats oaaist Mor;an. the regular
Wh: canduiiateI. :vens its she counities
whiere- Whi;::ery ,.ts~ust iherselt, we have
driiven the, mi toa thse wall.
e hmave p.robabl~y catrried the I louse,
w~hi cohnait% of litllti, nd in whih, lass
sear~..on, wec had im. 5 vot'e-, anud I insdulge
g'ood hiope-s of the' Sent..
WhIat ni ili our $ena~itur,. Whise &' Smsith
say to a.ll this!-Glober.
Imprisonenenumt of (1an ern Consu!.
Capjtian .i err iman, otf thes ba~rque I ri., at
this po~rt, (sys ste Philadlelpia L'. S.
Garelte) from Mautanzais, gives iniformaut iotn
that Mr. Cross, the Amnerican Cosul at
tar port, hsad been inicarceraited its prison
by order of the Gove-rnor General of Cuba.
The cause is not stated, but whatever is
tnay bse, it is a bold~ move, atnd one whichs
canntot be passed over bsy our Governs
ment withsout nostice. We are infoirmesd
by a getslemean, lonsg a residenit at Ma
tauzas, that Mr. C. was retmarkabie for
Isis sild and amsiabsle disposition, anad mnost
unlikely to give (tll'nce so the authorities
of the islanid. A formser consul at thsat
port (te late Mr. Shonemaker) also met
wsith somie ini::niity in the early part of
Generali Jackitni's admiinistratiotn, which
was p~sompipy taken its band bmy him, and
broughi befosre the snotice of te Spantish
Governmset throiugh its Mini.,ter at Washs
inigtoni resulted itn a proper satisfactioni rest
dered in she case. Wme is for granited that
what is nuecessary to hbe dusne in sthe pre
sent inssaince, will be donse well atid quick
Er-tracts ofletters, rceeired ins ChIarleston.
"The counotry is alive wish worits. ea
sing the gross and blades of fodder, anid in
somne places they have commseniced on the
cotton. and it is feared they will eat it all
up. The immiense quaniiy of rain is fa
vorable to she increase of the worm, and
muua do great injusry to the crop."
"The appearance and prospects of our
cotton crops have very much changed by
the late incessant and heavy rain ; besides
which, the worm has made its appearance,
EDGEF.ELD C. 11.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 26. 1841.
37 Our readers are referred to the first page
of this day's paper, for the able Address of Col.
WnITFIaLD Baooxs. delivered at the Anniver
sary.meeting of the Cambridgo Agricultural
[r We acknowledge the receipt of sundry
documents. speeches, and newspapersfrom the
following honorable gentlemen. J,.C. Calhoun,
F. W. Pickens and J. Campbell, for which we
return our thanks.
The stockholders of the Louisville, Cincinna
ti and Charlestono Itail Road Coinpanty. are re
spectfully informed that the 12th instalment be
comes due on the 1st September.
A MNL-arrangemntst of the Charleston Mail.
The Aiken and Greenville Line of Stages have
changed their time of arriving here. Instead
or reaching here on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday evenings, they now arrive in the
morning,-consequently.the Charleston pa pers
are twoor threeadays old when we receive them.
We do not now get the Saturday papers until
Tuesday morning, which, if sent via Augusta.
would be received here on Monday morning.
The editors of the Charlestnn papers will please
have our papers sent via Augusta.
THE VETO MESSAGE.
We congratulate tite country upon this able
and patriotic paper. As eminent and useful as
have been the services of John Tyler, never
before has he earned so high and pure a faise.
fie will be remembered in the page f Iis costn
try's history, as one of the noble and incorrupt.
ible few, who, unoider circumonstances of a most
extraordinary nature, dat edIo do hii duty. We
hcsitatq not to say, that he'lu furtniished one
,of the musat inetnornble instances in nolern
times of political integrity ; of a prrfernce of
country to party. These is indced smething to
be envied its tle position sof dir distingni-shed
man. He has saved the country a nd as often as
tie patriot shall think of tle - great meansure of
deliverance and liberty," his heart will over
flow with gratitude to John Tyler.
The 3lessage will be found in our columns
to-day, and it will of course receive the careful
persal of our readers. It is firm, decided and
usanly it is tom-e. and(] completely dissipates all
the hopes of Whiggery in relation to a Bank.
Clay and his file, poor fellows, how can we
cousfort you! You are the most.'disappoin
tmen on earth, and feel now that you have
ed your last card. All your bullying
cry, have availed you nothing.
ry afflictions of life, we are iit
ing our synpathies, but, excu
we must withhold is the p
we must rejoice, fo
re o~' al'7eatnr aiumlIs
waso short. 1ry9UT1-zp gmmmu
only to exce the pa t We
res andL -o
that reveral very interestit
hai e bess amnd are still going on,.
par outr district.
A very intesestintg mneeting at Mt.
byv the .Mlethosdist denomttitnations closed last wesk
where we undsers'tand about forty joined the
Ont ~sunday~ lst,4 as rvsenteen dlay's tmeetitng
chsed at little. $tephrslt Cre-ek, (the JIaptists)
where abosst tity were~ baptsised. Protsracted
tmeetings are niow goin::~ otn at Antiocht and Dry
Creek-atnd wes~ hope5 they, msay be blesse~d ins a
ike msannuer. A psrotractesd mseetinag will csoms
mece at thi< place also, ins thse Baptist mteetintg
house on Saturday t'ext, the -2-ts.
The Crnops-We learss fromi a getsletmitn
whvlo htas recer~tly vitsited ditl'erenst psarts of the
i-trict, that~s thte cropls are' ttsutally promtising.
ITe corn e:rop is maade anad will be very isattn
dat. Th'le recent Tais have tnt, as was ex
pected, becn eery injutrious to the cotton. The
stalks aure large and well boIled, bitt are sotme
a hat maore basckwneda thtan usual. If we have
a late fasll it is ht.hgt the crop will exceed that
ofeighsteens huntadred andi thirty-tine.
I.ok oaut for Mad Dogs-We hsave heard it
rutnosred ihr several weeks paust, thsat there
wre .\ad Dogs ini the sneighsboutrhoosd of the
ridge ; and wnw lessWIarn that they are spsread
ing rapidly tat other sectnons of the district, asnd
we knoaw niot hsow soons they! maay be amnong s.
We wousld thecrefosre tadvise ossr friendsh- wvho
have vasluable Do'ga, to keeps themst cotinsesd for
awhile-na it wouls d bae a zone scase w ith thsesm
ifthey shsousld ha~ppens to meaet with a fellow-dsg
its t-state of' msdtness. Wec would alsoa recoum
ed Use subject to the Town Coutncil.
Elecins.-We csopy the follaiwing statetmeunts
front thesaG(1h, and prestumte they are correct.
Illinois-The election was for msembets of
Congress only; and the vote is small. Itey
nolds, (Dems.) is no doubt elected from the litrst
distict by a large msajority: and it is probable
that Stewart, (Fed.) is elected from the third
district. The cosntest will be close in the second
district, but the chances arc itn favor of theelec
tioa of Anderson, (dem.)
uiansa.-The Demoerats have carried the
popular hranch of Use Legislature. Last year
it cossisted of 22 Democrats and 78 Federalists.
It is yet in doubt which psarty has the Senate,
as many of the Senators hold over front last
year. As far as heard from, the Democrats
have gained six Senators, and lost one.
Alabama.-The Democt ate have increased
their majorities in both branches of the Legisla.
tar; and the Democratic candidate for Govern.
or is elected by a larger majority than any De
m.ra ha.....s,. r-rie hr f.... ,,.... ...r p.
Tennesses.-4ones. the Federal candidate (or
Governor, is n dolb elected; but his majority.
it is supposed, will not be more than one half
of the Whig majority for President last fall. It
is doubtful whieb party will have a majority in
Kentucky-Both branches of the Legislature
Health of the City.-The Charleston Corier.
of the 20th inst. ys:-- Our city nay challenge
a comparison in point of health, this summer,
with any city in the Union-we have not only
had no epidemio fever. but have even escaped
the ordinary bilious ever. Deaths Iur the
week ending the 15th inst., whites 4, blacks 8,
total 12-none of ecter of any kind.
The Attakapa. Ga:ette, of the 7th, says cot
ton picking commenced on several p!antations
of the parish, and that the crop pro'nises to be a
large one. It thinks, however, that there is as
yet no sign of caterpillars in the fields.
FOR TnE ADvEtarIsErft.
To His Hoibir the President of the Edge
field Anti-Et-Cetera Society-S i R -As a
former meniber of )our society. and as one
who still exists in the capacity of an hou
orary ineiber, tle ur,dersigned begs leave
most respectfully to suggest i0 your Honor
the propriety and neces-,ity of more deci
ded action on the part of the Anti-Et-Cet
era Society. and a further extension of the
grand principles, objects and designs, for
the accomplishment of which this society
was created and organized.
Numerous.instances are daily conming
within our notice in which our fellow crea
ture!, and more :particularly the distin
guished fair our land, are falling vic
tins to theiaguided efforts of fanatical
zeal, when, could they have experienced
the happy influences of a society like the
one over which you have the honor to pie
side, might have been saved front the imn
pending destruction which awaited them,
But a short time since, I read a henri
rending acount of the decease of a fine
and anmiabla young lady. who fell a victin
to the fashion of tight lacing. A part from
the blind intaluation which leads fenales
to commit elegant and refined suicide. siue
is said to have been an uncommonly ittel
ligent and promising young girl. A .7-h.
ly repectablehysiciau of Albaay, N- Y..
j As hi's candid opinion that ie lac
to death. Is . Sir, of it
ificienti incen ended
on thepart of
a few mortni
ag men of B
eWin -the y
ed r for
r-mg wby any
The un animn' 4ecision ofthbOesetin Ia
that theea were produ
a young phi ~ipist, pled;ig the&&
ing to have nothing to dowt
-who was "in the.
mittee of i
the question to
* well knows
reof the 'Ile to be
d that the will be
c arised by the utt ticacy. The
societjis called "The Bostoa Young Mlen's
Ilere is a society jtst Sprutng into euis
tetnce, which has alreadly made greater ef
lorts in the great cause of re-formt thtan our's
which ha~s beetn longer established. Shatll
it be said then, thtat thte Anti-Et-Geterat
Stciety of Edgerield, ha~s lust its power
That w'e o Ito were the tirst to raise thte
llag in behalf of a sntll-rintg comuntity,
are nowt to permit others youngecr itn the
catuse, to bear awuy the ptalmh ! Forbid it
Let us thetn arouse to a sense ufotur dtyv
to onrselves, and to the angelic creattures
whose preseueptli~use's joy and gh~tdness
amtong us. Let a tmeetitng of the Edge
tield Anti-El -Cetera Society be called,
and reso)lutions be adopted itn furthetrance
of the great objects for which it was form
e-d-and also resolutions expressitng our
Iapprobatiotn of thte course adoptcd by the
young metn of Boston, and welcomintg them
as co-workers with us in the advat::ement
of thte intterests of the brightest portion of
our race. Our end accomplidhedl, we may
expect to see "stays" turned ito "cushion
5(~Jt," anod "corset board&' into "pudlditng
nticks -," and those who are now the slaves
of thte tyrant "Fashion," and the genera
tiotns who follow them will call dow n un
tnmbered blessings upon those who made
use of every elThrt to advancee their happi
ness and prolong their existence.
A letter frotm the interior of Louisiatna,
datted the latter part of July says- "Otnr
prospects for crops are miserable, owing
to droughtt. It lhas niot rained for somte
time. atnd corn is burning up. So ex-es
,ive is the drought, that squirrels are drove
to feed upon the-maturiug cotton, (an oe
currenc unprecedented. I am tohel.) atnd
they are doing much mischie' To comt
plete the chatpter ef disaster, I am told
that caterp~illars have made their appear
ance, and a general visit from them ts ap
prehended. Such a state of things was
never before experienced in this country
by the oldest Sparfish settlers"-Chale,
AuousTa, August 21.
Another week has passed without any per
ceptible change in our Market. Nothing of
consequence has been done in the Cotton Mar
ket. A few small lots have changed hands at
home, and a few loads have been received from
wagons. Operations have, however, been so
limited as to render it impossible to form any
correct idea of the state of the Market. We
are daily expectinig later intelligence froen for
eign markets by one of the Boston Steamers,
and the general impression is that it must be
In the other branches of t ade, we have noth
ing worth the attention nf our readers. For
Flour there is a steady demand. We notice
some sales of country Flour at 6 a $7.-Canal
7 50 a $9,50
Our Grocery SMarket still continues quiet, and
we note no change ita prices. Holder.. of
Coffee are firm, iu anticipation of the Tariff
Bill now before Congress. Many doubts ex
ist, however, as to its pasage and approval of
M1oney continues very scarce, and Exchan
ges leave declined slightly. Sight checks on
New York 6 1-2 per cent- premium for Ceo.
R. fR. Notes. On Charleston 5 per cent pre
mitn, and on Savannah 3 a 4 per cent. Geo.
R. R. 3loney is improving, and we now quote
it 4 a 5 1-2 peer cent below specie funds.
latc, Aug. 18.
The near approach of the fill season, forces
our market to remain quiet, and pgices have
only beet furred up a fraction owing to the
sanall qantity cuning in. Prices rai.Ae from
7 to 9 3-I cent,. Avenige sales 6 1 2 cents.
Grnceraes.-The market is getting well sup
plied with such articles as are called for in this
Cofee, Bagging and the leading article, are
looking up, soNle of which are intluenced by,
the passage of tine tariiTbill.
Died, n Sundday the dth inAt.. at the lfie-r.
al Sprinps, in Perry co. Ala.. %Ir-. MiRY 1141.
LowAT, cunsort of Edward 1B. Ilolloway. Esq
of this caunty, aged 49 years. She reioved
to Edgeieldl District. Swuth Carolitna, some
eight years since. which was the place of her
nativity. She was a pious and exemplary
nemaber of the haptist Church, and had ac qir
ed, with all who knew her, the esteem and last
ing conidence of friendship. She- was the mo
ther ofeight children. From this happoy sphere
of ler usefunee. and the enjoyment of her fa
mily, she was c-illed to discharge nature's last
oblfgatifon.-She met the fiat as became a Chris
tian. living ned dyingin the 11Id fruition of that
faith, alone which can soothe the pangs of death,
and render it the maewsenger of life. She has
left behind hier, a fond husband and eight chil
dren to mourn a loss irreparable in life, yet to
learn f'rom this decree of Heaven. that in "life
we in the midst urdeath."-Senta Free Press.
LBS. Baltimre cured HJuts,
a choice arile,
for sale by
nesting all per
sons tad to me on notes and topen ac
munto for the year 180, and previous. to make
PW early as possible. I owe money
at and consequently must collect
~S ~~ Tequest those of
- nts, to come
>tA ihose that lhave
one an~d~two years atnd han
yeto pay .coiifAdhey parefer it, r.e
tng the principle and interest.
E. B. PRESLI-Y.
~. igae Hend Quarter,
fOrd r. No 2.]
W ~l J l.\lN. ad TIIO3IAQ J.
4G A.NTll' T .itrs. . hazvingt beee naaont
e'd Aid.de.Camt > tan the ltri~z. Ge;nl. ist firab.
of Cavalry, wit ha the r-mk of (C ati, wall be.
respected anid nabeyed ziaear mn lv.
15v order of 15rig. Ge-nI. hiacnha.n
J. L. PaElS0N.
Anancsl 2o c,e
B ARNABIY RIDGE,
A NI-', aced popuaclar work, lay lDickenas.
3.Thai excelilenat ..tery. wh~lich hnasjcnstly leen~e
pronuaiencedl. "Her,.s htari." anda n Ihicle u.n. cit-.
ezd sunch atn inctense inttere.-t an the mcitnds nnf thne
radincg public, is naow in rectur-c of plehiectiocn
on the cever of the Aernausa .Mirror. Thea rae-a
is..na will compvri.az chaapte-r< XXXI. XXXII.
XXXIlI, XXXIV, and XXXV. New sail.
~cribeers can be suppelied witha the back cnumennlrs,
anid at thme expiratina of thce voklccae-, wtill bae ice
poseessiona of thee entire work in a f'orme aauitable
Termcs of the'Shnrror 53 per ananumc in al
vance., zina. 24 cc:
R ANAeW AV I raactn e naub-,creler. -ax miles
wvest eaf Auguseta, on the 25th oef Jcaly, a
Ni .G ho A N, ctnedl Wlilicam ear 1Hall. aecut
5 feet 8 or 9 inchces hnigh, slicn bunila. abaout 25 or
Mk vemarse of age, a .ccart acti'e acnd ifkly fel
low', a gooed hnonse servnant ;dacrk cmplexiomn
atad rather ai grave- cmountenance, acnd well dress.
ed. le wacs seen abaout 31ir. Ardh.' lanctation,
I nc licach l.daced, the we-ek le h-It. lie mcay
lanve meadte haii wvay tie Savananahe, as thce na
maan hce claimas fear his wvife, is lit irmg theara anad
is a frcee persion of color, andi hce mtcay attemcpt
to get uip ina thec Calhouacn e-ettlemraent, ans lee for.
m cerl y blhmgedc to one ufthcec. Thce abovne re
ward will, with all raseonale exen~ases, he
jail int the State so I mcay got haimc.
Aengueta, Aung. 17. 18-11. Ii :
[D'~The Sarannnah Georgian, anal I'dgefield
Adverniser, will publish thne .above twice, accd
send thneir accouants to A. liead for pnnament.
State of' South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Eminare, Ordi
lenary of Edgetield District.
W.haereate, Rotbert Jencnicngs hatha appliedl to
ne fear Letters oef Audmcinietrationv, on all anad
singular the goods and chattels, rights and cre
dite of:A nsle~y J.- Colvin, late of the District afore
These are, thnerefore, to cite and adnmonish all
and singular, the kindred ancd creditors of the
said decasedc, to be and aippear before me, at
ouar next Ordicnary's Court for thes said District,
to be haolde~n at Editefteld Court House oct the
6th day of Solptr. 1841, to show cauase if any,
why the said Adaminaistratioen should not be
Given under my band and seal this 24'h day
oaf August, one thousand eight hundred & forty
onae, and in the sixty-fifth year of American
Independence. 0. TO WLES, 0. E. D.
August. 26 1641. (R2 124) b 31
The friends of Colonel J.
HILL. announce hita as a candidate for the of
fice of Ordinary.
August 26 tf 30
Brigade Head Quarter.,
EDOraFrL.L C. H. August 15,1841.
T IE Regiments composing the Second
Brigade. will parade for review and drill
at the times and places herein stated, viz:
The 8th Regiment at Morrow's Old Fieki,on
Tuesday the 14th of September.
The 6th Regiment at Lomaz's, on Thursday
the 16th of September.
The 9th Regiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday
the 21st of September.
The 'th Regiment at the Ol Wells, on
Thursday the 23rd September..
The 10th Regiment at tichaardson's, on Sa
turday the 25th of September.
The CommandanLi of Regiments will, on die
day. of parado. make their annual returni to the
Commissioned and non-commissioned o&
crrs, will assemble at their respective Regimen
tal Muster Grounds, for drill and instruction,
on the dav previous to the review.
The ollicers will wear crape on their left
arms. on the day Tf review, in metnoy of Ba6.
gade Major B. P. Nicholson,deceased.
By order of Brie. Genl. Wimbisl.
ARTH UR SIMKINS.
August 19 r m
list BRIGADEi. CAVALRY, 2th July. 1841.
IN obedience to the Executive Order of the
4th ult., the 2nd Regiment of Cavalry will
assemble at Longmires, on Saturday the 18th
.of September. uniformed and egripped for re
view, drill, and inspection. The commission
ed and no-jeommissioned officers, will assem.
ble at the same place, on the day previous, for
drill and idttructnn.
Returns of the effective strengh, anas, and
equipinents of the Regiment, will be furnished
the Brigade Major on the day of review.
Brigade nnd Regimental StafK are ordered to
be its uttendiaice.
By order of Brig. Gen. Bomiham,
- W. A. V A R D LA W, Brig. Aj.
Iat Crig. Cav. S. C. N.
Angirt5 g 27
ORDERS No. 7.
RP nrIKTAL IIF.AD QUARTERS,
Edgetield C. II.,Aug.2d, 1841.
IN puruance of Orders from Brigade Hed
QUiuarters. the sevetith Regiment, S.[C. 5i.
1iti, A ill parade for drill and review, at'the
Old Wels. tin Thursday. the 23rd Septr. next,
The Officers and tnn-commistoned Officern.
will ass'emile tlt! day previous for drill and in
struction. The Officers will wear crape on the
left ann on the tlay of Review, in tremory of
Brigade Major B. F. Nichilson,deceased.
By order of C1. Wigfall.
S. F. GOODE, Adjutant.
Angust 19 c 29
ORDERS No. 8.
R EGMESTAL HEAD QUARaTs .
Edgefield C. H., Aug. 2d, 1841.
HE Lower Battalion of the seventh Re
muent S. C. Militia, will parade at s
Cherokee Ponds, on the Ith September next,
for drill and review. The officers and nso
ctuoamtuissioned officers, waill assemble the day
pre% iotis for drill and instruction.
By order of Col. Wigall.
S. F. GOODE, Adjutant.
Angust 19 e 29
ORDERS No. 9.
Raoataxav. HsA QU.ARTSa,
Edgefield C. IL, Aug. 2d. 1841.
HE Upper Battalion ol the sentd
ment, 1. C. Militia, will parade
Pine Honse, on Saturday, the rth Sep
tember next, for d till and review. The O
cers and ton-comrisnioned Officers will asses.
ble the days previous for drill and instruction.
By order of Col. vigfail.
S. F. GOODE, Adjutant.
August ID o SO
T31 E Subscriber offers for sale his valua.
ble planaation, situated on the waters ot4
Tuarky Caeek, avid on thae Martintown Rced,
30 tailles f rom hlamburg, (perhaps as good a
tmarket .as any in tie world,) containing few'
hundred acres, witn a comfortable dwelling
hmouae, and other, necessar out buildingst stua
ted itm. a healthysection of the country and sur
roundetd by gooad neighaborst the lands well
udnyated to raisiung of Curna. Cotton, and Smalf
G raum, b..ing a very good Mandfr any onewho
w..ai dente, the nteceaeary attention to that
lhne. tf bmeaa.. Thitse wishing ito purchase
n. ill dto wellt to call andt examaine for themelves,
as hie is desposed~ toa sell.
JIJlIN CIIEATIIA M, Sen.
Aaant. 12 l*All d . 2
Gj~eeral Drug Store,
Ceteie: lflamuaitr' ,. C. o'te t.ghe
OLD) .3l10RlAN HTO'rL.
YIURRA k'& OHLL,
EEP con 'etstantly in hanaud, at the above
Ileos,' a gteneral assortment of
Diftl'GS;. .lEIDICINE~s. INSTRUMIENTS,
l'llFI:M EitY. l'AINTS, OILS, DYE
S'TFFS, iIAT'TER'S MATE
All of which, thety oifer at the lowest prices,
and on termas to smit purchaser.
.-ill o'rders puted seith naness ad despatrc.
A suapply of warranted fresh Garden Seeds
ralways tan handl suited to the season.
llamurg, August 2. if 2y
Broug~ht to the Jail
O Ib tis Diptrict, a Negro an, named AN
DitEW, about '2ti years of age, baJ6
haeaded. 5 feet 74 inaches high, says hebeos
to .\r. Ilui, lii ing oin Reedy rirer, Greenvil'
The owner is retiuested to come forward,.
prove' property, pay charge's & take him away.
C. 11. GOOD3I AN, s. a. .
Ananet 19 if 29
Positive ad Final Notice
I1s 11l ld~ G IV EN to alinadebted to tes
subsriber. that their accounts and notei
dute l ,.iJanuary, 16Il, and anterior lothat date,
murst lie paid, or atatisfactiona given of the forta
te inag thereof-or whaat ? Pay cost of course,~
C. A. DOWD.
N.BI. I will sell my remainin stock of Dry
Goods, or aiy part of it, a: cost,fe Cass.
C. A. D).
Angus: 5 if 27
A LL PERSONS are fnrewaraed fromj tuad.'
ing for a Note given by me to Me.sis.
.McCann, Jones & Co., in March I840, andi
payable on the lst of January, 1841; given kir
one hunadred and twenty-five dollars, as I ads
determined not to pay satid note. unss esupel
led lay law. as the consideration for which sid
note Iwas given:, have failed.
Auagust5 d 2y
Notice in. hereby glem
10' A LL CONCERNEI), I will not
Jpaxy over tany money, by me callessed.
as Sheriff to any order, nor wi I pay over
mioney on sle day., as that day as set a par to
collect amatey, and not for pan.
All letters asldressed to theecif(ded
post paid, will be strictly attended to, ohr~
they will nOt. S. CHRISTIE, s. s.,
Aa ninst 11, 1941