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But as the Govcrnmcnt can not ;;m its de.
patches sent by the mails, the ditresses of
the editorial corps must be lost on Mr.
Granger. We do hope 'he President will
g t some one at the head of the Post Offie
epartment who will -give some efi n
attention tothedutiesof the station-du
ties which require more intellect and labor
than is a mere executiouer of petty post
masters, the extent of the present iacum
beet's capacity and industry.
We give an art' le from the Boston Cou.
rieron this subject. Mr. Granger may re
ly upon it, his best course is precipitate re
treat; because, though the Federal papers
might sustain him in any other position,
despite his unfitness, they will never sus
tain him ivhere he is. It is tots much a
bread and butter business with therm, and
they cannot atford to lose that for a holy
day gentleman, though even so thorough
The Mails.-There is a general com
plaint in our river towns of the miserable
arrangement of the mails, or of the neglcci
of postmasters to perform -their duties.
We go also in the cause of complaint; for
ther must certainly be a different arrange
ment of the mail to satisfy the wants of the
people in this valley. Letters and papers
directed to individuals living in villages
between the principal towns, and only a
a distance of eight or ten miles from us,
must wait two or three days, and perhaps
longer, before they can get them. For in
stance, if a letter or paper he directed to
West Springfield, it must be carried to
Springfield one day, andI remain until the
mail returns the next; or if to Hatfield, it
must go to Greenheld one mail, and then
be brought back. We hope that a way
mail will be put on to the telegraph. for the
convenience of every town, or some other
way devised to satibty the denands of the
' he complaint above alluded to as gen
eral in the river towns, is by no means pe
culiar tothe valley of the Connecticut. It
is current in all direction. It is of no use
to complain.-Beston Couritr.
Business Prospectc.-The hun or busi
ness is already heard in our streets. The
rumbling drays are waking up our dar
mant ideas, and the merchaut, are busily
prepariog for the approaching campaign.
We notice much larger stocks of goods
coming to hand at this time, than at any
period for years past, clearly proving that
our merchants are throwing away the
late fashioned- ideas of hard times, and
coorse-a-coaing. We are likewise inform
ed, that some four or five new signs will
be hung out this fall, to inform the plan
ters and others where they may purchase
on fair terms. These new firms will be
none of your common shops; but import
ing houses. We have said that Hamburg
is rising, and we need onll point to her
crowded streets for proof. l'herc is noth
ing to keep her from poing ahead. Thai
old established prejudice. fed by designing
persons, "that Ilamburg is the meanest
hole in all creation, a perfect den of pick
pockets," is now gi% ing way to truth. J'er
enemies can no longer gull the honest plan
ter, nor 4eceive the thougitless. Our star
of prosperity is just above the horizon, un
clouded and shiniug with pleasing light
upon our city. And what shall ne say
for the Journal, while Hamburg is moving
onso merrily. Will she stop Will it
gdpgred,#1ttvr' 6ins'of"Etemies ? No .
Neither will be its portion. Like the sun,
the yournal shall rise brighter and bri;ht
er, unat it withers and drie' up cvcrV soul
less devil, its friends shall lie ouar frietnl,
and their prosperity, and the city'sonward
course, shall he our daily toil and midnigtt
Banik Robberies.-Rumors have been
afloat in this city, for a day or two, that
two Bank Clerks in Columbus have de
camped, being defaulters to an amount
not known, but not over probably $100,000.
nor less than $-10,000. The iniformiation
does not come to us in such shape as to
justify the use of names. though there is
scarcely the shadow of a doubt of the truth
of the report.
We attribute these delinquencies to the
suspensions. The Directors set an exam
ple of dishonesty in suspending paymednt,
and it is but too readily followed anrd imi
proved upon by their servants. Ne.arly
all of the late robberies hav-e been perpe
trated upon suspended banks. "Thie way
of the transgressor is hard."-CA ronice E
RtcnasosD, Aug. 27.
Extensive Bank Robber.-T he D~an-!
ville Branch ofthe Farmers' Bank of this
State was entered on Saturday or Sunttdayv
night last by means of false keys and roh
bed of NINETY TWO THIOI;SAND)
ONE HUNDRED AND TIRTY
FIVE DOLLARS. Fortunately for the1
Bank, $72,135 of ibis large amount were
mutilated notes, issued by the Birantch,
stamped on the face "Cancelled." which
it is hoped may aid in the detection of the
burglarst. A reward of 85.000 is offerel
for the apprehension amnd conviction of the
Rebber or Robbers and the recovery of the
mnoney, or in proportion to the amount re
We ar. aotsurprised at tbis robbery.
We believe shere is at this time a league
of the most skilful and daring burglars int
this cestry, whose operations are con
ducted ?~y concert from one end of the
Union to the other. They are aided too
by an unprincipled police, in the larger
cities, who by collusion share the rewards
and screen the rogues fronm justice. WVe
have been anticipating that they evotid
come down upon some of the towns or cities
in our State and warned the public to be
watchful. The Banks in Danville had no
night watch, as it seems to us they ought
to have bad, particularly since the unsuc
cessful attempt made a short time since
on the Virginia Branch in that town.
This robbery should cause every Branch
Bank to employ a guard. We trust that
the utmost vigilance may be exercised to
detect and punish the robbers; and let no
Justice Wiley he permitted to act a part
itn the matter.
Rice.-Tbe Savannah RBryalian of th)'
1st says:-The harvest on thbe Savannah
River, has already eonsiderably progres
sed, the fields are loaded weith piles of its
rich golden sheaves, and the product prom
ts.s to be a fulh one.
Nwo Maal Arrangement.-The stailar
rangement from Aiken to Greenville has
been changed, so as to leave the formei
place at 4 o'clock. a. i., arrive at Wood
villa the same evening, where it remains
until the next morning, and reaches Green.
ville at 5 o'clock, p. m. By this altera
tion we do not receive our Charleston tri
weekly papers until four, and (one day in
the week) live days after they are publish
ed, instead of getting them the second eve
ming after they are issued, as under the
former regulation. Lettiers and daily pa
pers reach us on the third day after tile)
are mailed in Charleston.
We make this statement in order that
those 'Vest of this place may learn the cause
of delay in receiving their Charleston doeu
men ts.-Gieenville Mountaineer,
SavANNA11, Sept. 1.
From Florida.-By the U. S. steame,
Heiaufort, Capt. Peck, fron Pilatka. we
vesterday received the St. Augustine News
of the 27th uilt., from which we cut the
following extracts. Capt. Peck informs
us that he waited mnore than 24 hours af
ier tile usual time for the express rider tc
come in at Pilatka from Tampa Bay, bu
he had not arrived on Sunday at10 P. M
It was feared that he had been murdered
by the Indians as they had recently beet
on the road destroying bridges. &c., and
but a short titne since. they tired upon at
express rider near Fort ilulmei'. Thert
was no news in the neighborhood of Pilot
From the St. A ugusti ne Nears.
Indian Intelligenc.-Twenty seven In
dinns of Tigertail's and Aleek's bands,
cane itn to Tampa a few days since. and
surrerdered, having left t heir host ile chiefs,
Capt. Ale xander, Gth lufantry, Wiith l
part of his Regiment, discovered one al
Tigertail's camps, recently, in the Ho.
mascassa llammock, and destroyad a fiehl
of corn-the last one, so said the indiari
guide. belonging to that chief.
Lieut. Ro-ers, of tile Dragoons. pur
sued atn Indian, the other day, on horst
back, snd finding some difficulty in draw
ing his sword, actually rude over hin and
took Ih prisoner.
Capt. GJiwii. Sil Infantry. with hii
Ctimpany, captured three of Tigertail't
warriors, a few days site, and bent theim
to Tampa. ule was, ly iast accouni.t< iu
pursuit of a large party to which those
All the above are ill addi'ion to die 27
Indians already reported as coming in at
Tampa. St.ca a week's success, if con
inued, as this, n ill soon gnher all thie
remainder of the bostile hands still left in
Melancholy and iatal Occurrence.
A party of five young men embarked in a
boat, yesterday morning, for the purpse
of fishing, anJ procecded in the east end of
Sullivan's Island. About half past one
o'clock, when nearly opposite the former
residence of -Mr. D. Truesdell, one of the
number. 31r. Julius C. Fourgeaud. son ol
Mr. A. Fourgeaud. baker, East Bay, rose
up in tile boat, and took hold of tile nuz.
zie of a double barrelled fowling piece. ly
ing in the bottom of the boat, with the in
teition of firing at a curlew on tile beach.
When in the act of drawing it forth, the
hick caught under the thwart of the boat,
aud the contents of the oniy bagel loaded,
eing a, fullchargo of duck. *01, entered
man, PC nost InstnlyiA
coar itealiaaee g[d arent
utyop of conmm teatung
beart reniderinig inteliigenc to the paurents
:ad fatmily of Ihe diece'a--d. whllo we re 0n
the lanltd at the time, and afterwards to
bring his remains to the city int tile boat.
M1r. I'. was a yoiung manlt oneh~i resp)eted
untd beloved b~y all hiis atch itiancs.
Regimental JReriers.-()n Sa!turday las
the Governor revSiewedi the firtst Ilegimsent
of Cavalry, at Pickensville. The number
(or Troopers present was not as great as we
ex pected,. but their performanlces were such
na to elicit the warmest commlendlation 0l
the Comnmander-in-Chief. After the pa
rade, lii.' E xcellency delivered an appro
priate and ,,pirit-stirrinlg addiresq, in whicl1
he turgoad the importance or reniewing th
EncamfpmnIlt systemt. llrig. Geni. lion
ham1 O thentfll~ mbenedi the Regimewnt, and
cincided with thte Governbor 's views in re
gard to Enceamipmlent'. TheC 1ote wa
then'l takenl upon0 the subject, and a majori
y ofihec otticers declared ito favor ofit.
We leartn fronm a getntlernan who attn
ded tile review of Cul. Garvin's llegimet
in Piekens District., otn Tsds'ay last, that1
thevote in tavor of the Encamnpmaent systems
was untanitots.- Gru neill' Mlountaineer.
W~esee in the last niumbrar of the South
Carolina Temperance Audcocate ile copy I|
a bill whbichl, tile author itntendls to inirodneec
into the lhouse olf itepreset.atives' of tii
state, next winter: the object of whichl is t(
exempi from liaility to lie sold for debts
f tny diescription, one hundred acres of
latnd "embracinlg the debtor's homesteatd and
one horse or tmule. Otte of font betnefits
which it is alleged are to follow the enact
metnt of such a iaw, is tht it wvill improren
the character of our poprudlion, by establish
ing andi fostering a class of honest yentmanry.
Such an experimetnt ill tile art olitmpro
ving men's character, and infusing honesiy
into them. has the merit of novelty at least.
I f it should succeedl the principal will of
course lie extended to all property and all
de bts. and will entirely suipercedle the nietd
of bankrupt bas, a reformation in thed
chaacter of our country most devoutly to
Thle IJeathr.--When we issued otur pa.
per iast had 'he appearance of a gale. It
clearetd off~ however, on the evening of the
sme day and gave tis the best fever lie
;ettitng, stiltry, warm wenthber,with swarmi
fmusiuitoes, that we remember for the
ast tent or twenty years. We yesterday
ad a rainy dlay again and another calm
and sultry day and just such a one as he.
ongs to the inst of August. The weather
is good for maturing the crop-and many
ill put the reap hook to work on Satur.
ay. We have our usuiai summer and( ant
itmnal fevers-but there have been very
ew malignant eases-and we can boast as
uch health as any place with the same
Mammoth WPaher-melion.--We have been
eurested with a fine and luciotus Water
melon, the production of Rose Bank Pilun -
tatiou,Wadmalaiv Island. measuring 31j
inches in circumference, 291 inches frot
stem to blossom, and two f1et in the clear,
and weighing 42 lbs, It was the only mel
on produced by the vine.-Char. Courier.
Fres eur Correspondent.
AUOUSTA, Sept. 4, 1841.
Our market has during the past week borne
an aspect of dullness and inactivity, and closes
for the week without any material change.
Nothing has been done in thc Cotton market.
Buyers have asked a decline which holders
were unwilling to submit to, and notwithstand
ing the late unfavoruble accounts from Europe
an ports, those who have couon in store evince
a firmness which puts a stop to all transactions
further than actual necessity may require. The
stock on hand, in this city, on the Iat inst. was
very light, amounting only to 255 bales. The
stock in Hamburg on the same day was 1716,
making a total amount in Augnita and Ham.
burg, on the 1st inst., of 4272 hales. The re
ceipt since have been very light.
The first bale of the crop of 1841 that has
made its appearance in our market wao receiv
ed by Itail Road on the 1st. from the plantation
of Maj. Taylor, of Morgan -county. and was
stored with Mr. Jonathan 31eigs. ir. M. was
ofiered 10 cents for it, but di not sell, quality
Liverpool fair. Our quotations now range fron
Gj to 9j. A lot of 14) bags sold yesterday for
i. the quality of which was said to be from
The prospect for any adiance in price is a
dark one. and we shall be very well satisfied if
the Accounts by the Brittania. which was to
have sailed front Liverpool the 19th tilt. are
isuch as to suatain us in our present quotations.
Our accounts from all quarters of the cotton
region are flattering, and we hope that the defi.
ciency in the price imay be made up by an a
londant cropo. It is however yet too eat ly to
place much reliance upon reports.
In Flour there is nothing doing beyond an
ordinary retail trade. A few small lots have
changed hatids, intended for home use. We
have no Canal in the market, and nre now
wholly supplied frot enuntry Mills. We make
nn nlteiations from last weeks qnotations.
Our Grocery market still continues quiet and
transactions are mostly confined to lots from
"econd hand!, for the retail trade. We have
to heavy sales to repor: and prices remain with
out any perceptible alteration. Our market is
well supplied witlh Sogur and Cotree. -TO
stock of M1olasses is light.
There is buta limited demand foc
Lard. Quotations nominal
The demand for Salt continn
sales are easily effected a: 56 a
The supply of Corn. Oats a
equate to the demand, and
out any variation from last
There has been some a
in the demand for Exch
week, sales have bowe
the supply is
andaviawah 3 a Frm all-Fwe
lby sellers or buyer.
it is a fair article, drags
cents. A chtuice arti
now looking lur the arr
to oft'er deluding prices W
WVe believe, thati our marke
and smtooth, and that prcsw
matintainted, unless news from
received to reduce quolottns
as extremtes 7 to 9% ets. Average
Hagging.-Thec supply is good, an
thtougha pirices see~Ctned to) be lookuig
last wreek, we tnotice but ittle disposiuiur;
to run them .p mutcht higher at presen':
Ithe ext remne, arc 20) to ?2# eents,
Bale Rlope.-TheIL market is like wise su p
plied. anid salcs htave t~een made as higt:
as I5 ceuts for a goodl article, and 10 ceuts
fe'r the lower qunlities.
Plour.-TheLre is but a small qutantity
on hand, and will soon bec very scarce. on
less tere shtould. he ni shipmnen t, to hnad.
,1Ioasss,-WVe htavej heardl of no sales
over 311 to 37j cents foir good atnd prime
lots: and we atre of the opinion, thai plrices
will he kept down, as our dealers hnve a
good stock on h-and. New-Orleains is
selling from -15 to 50) cent%.
atce.-.2larket supplied, antd retailing
Salt.-In bulk 624 cts. .Sacks $2 50.
.Sugar.-lThe intferior atnd prime qualt
ties rangce fromi 8 to 13 ets; demtandl good:
Ercheange.-On: Ne w York 1 i ets. prcnm.
Charlestont and savantnah. Nominal.
Freights.-T1o Chartrestnt per hun
dred for square, and I for round b-ales. To
Savannah Si per bale.
The silken tee that binds twco eiling hearts.
M A RRIED,
On the 2nd inst. by RI. Kenney, I'.aq. Mr.
Cuaars M. (.Unav, to Mlias Aiwi Gaares, all
of this Iiistrict..
On Thursday evening, the 26th uIt., at Dr.
Thtos. Tengue'as residence, Lauren. District. 8.
C., by Elder Win. P. Hill, W. D. Jessisas.
M1. 1)., of this District, to 3Mss PAMELItA E.,
daughter of Dr. Thos.-Teagute, of Laurens Dis
" Blessed is the nan that trusteth in the Lord,
and isc se pe the Lord is."
Daro near Salisbuty, N. C., on the 12th of
Anutst last, the Rlev. BrEron-OT A. WALL.c.
of this'willage. He was born in Newberry Dis
trict, on the 3rd February, 1806. )lr. W.had
all the advantages of education which oumr State
afforded, and was a graduate of the South Car
lna College. He was bred to the Bar, and
was for many years a respectable member. In
ing grace. an&d attacied insef to the .uetLoias
Episcopal Church; and in the year 832, he
was licensed to pre.cs the Gospel of Christ.
For four years he was a local Preacher, at the
expiration of which time lie was ordained a
Deacon. In Februa last, he was elected by
the Conferece an Ee r, but not meeting with
the Bishop, was never ordained. As a Pach
er he fibored most zealously and assiduously,
until ill health compelled him to desist. The
leading ebaracteristic of his mind was plain,
practicu11SS, This was displayed alike, a
his intercourse With the world, and in his Pul
pit labors. Caring nothing for ornament, or
for mere reputation as a Preacher, his great
concern seemed to be toset forth the prominent
doctrines of Christianity in plain and familiar
style, and to gi ve them a practical application to
the minds and consciences of his hearers. A
celebrated Pulpit Orator of Fiance remarks,
I love a serinus Preacher, who speaks for my
sike and not for his own. who iseck my salva
tion and not his own vain glory." Such a
Preacher was Mr. W. There was an unaffect
ed sincerity about him, which betokened the
integrity of his purpose ; and the most superfi
.ial observer could not but remark, that hi
heart felt what his lips uttered. That lie was
blessed in his labor., there can be no doubt.
H aving areligion beyond the reach ofrnspicion,
he enjoyed in an epiinent degree. as a Mlinister
ofthe Golpel, the esteem and confideice of the
whole community. Though others might boast
lore of the arts of the rhetorician, and the graces
of the orator, none could lay claim to higher zeal
or more evangelical preachsitng. He lived as he
preached, and whenever lie rose in public to of
fer the blessed word of lire to perishig sinners,
his hearers felt that he had indeed the power
and eloquence of a good name ; a power than
which none more engages the affections, and
none is more resistleass. In this respect lie
may be presented as a high model of a minister
The coin manity where he has long resided,
deploreq tie los of one of its most useful and
worthy citizens. is not the language of idle
panegytic to declare that in all the relations of
society, he discharged his duty with uncommon
idelity. Whatever lie undertook, he strove to
a.cusplish in the mot faithrul manner. It was
not alone to the weightier concerns of lire. that
ie felt he should give Isis attention; but his
keen sense of moral and reli;ions obligation
would not permit him to negk-ct the less impor
tant ditties. His chiracter was therefore strong
lt marked by exactitude, perseverance and de
votion in all the pursui:s in which he was en
Out he is gone, and it only rentains in speak
of the closing senre of his lite. Hie died a~s all
should wish to die. at peace with himself, the
world and hi. God; thus Leautifully illustrating
the benign influences of that Heavenly religion
which lie professed. There was a moral subli
mity in the circumstances orhis death, which it
seliom exhibited. Tlhatawfuleventnt whichhu
man naitite instinctively revolts, and which fills
the minds ofso aniny with dismay and constern.
ation, terror for him. e could look
caund iting in the strength
umph over it and
is our holy re
d, not tob,
am going safeolHeavei .e hIS
to hiee'd the
th latest brm steadilfust to
iefaith. and strive hin in lLeavenm.
Why shoiuild yont mourn? Rathi'r rejicJie that
Godl hsas ini mesreyv taken the i'bjecti of cour af
fetins fromt this reeneiL of it amnd tronle, and
thnt n~ ilh your twos chiir'n. whown~ loss yon
were catted uporn san dept..r..,s iht m.,,ti- na.
his now partak~isg fl thme hhisarid joy of h'.ter
nity. ,M -
Died in this district, on Saturday eveninig.
the. *2th ult., Wauiu' Tiuinxo~.s Sesur.. andti
N iv, Isis wif, boils aged about 72 years.
Thiy were bsoth initerred in one gravo.
State of Southi Carolina.
B O LIV ER TOW LES, h:isre, Ordi
nary of rFslgefielid District.
Whe'rens, Wtilhamui Thlusmond. Jr.. haths ap.
p ledl to sme for L'tters of Admninistratio'n, sot
all anid sinsgulair thme goodims arid chatte'ls,. righss
nii crsits of~ William TIhinrmioml, Sieir., kite
of the District afo~resamid, dheceased.
'lThese' are. theirefore, tio cite rind adlnisui,.h all
and 'singif thre kinredrsi anid creditors of the
siu idecesasedh, to be and appear before ins' at
our next Ordinary's Coutrt for tho said Diustrict,
to he hsolden at E~dgefield Conet House in the
tih day of Sepitr. 1841, to show cainse if any,
why the said Adinsistration should not he
Given tinder my h.ind and seal this Is' dlay
of ept., nethoaan eihthundred adfoirty
nhpedence. 0. TOWLES. 0. E. D.
State of' South Carolina.
Andy Reynolds and wife, Applicants,
Hlezekiah Edwards & wife, & others, Defis.
I'r ppeaingto my satisfaction, that N.wel
'lisadwife Elizabeth, Thomas Gar
rest aid wife Nancry, anxd Briant .Meck and wife
.rtha. Defemndants in the above ease, reside
withut the limits of thii State, it is ordlered,
that they do appear and object to the divisiuon
or sale of the real estate of Rebecca Rasney, de
ceased, o or before thse sixth day of Docember
next, or their consent to the same will be enter
ad of record.
Given tander my hand, at my ome., this 7th
day of September. 1841.
OLIVER TOWLEB, o. z. n
te..,,er 9 I 32i
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made at the n ext session of the Legisla.
ture, to open a public road, leading from Dr.
I. C. Griffins. on the Islandford road, to Mill
Creek on the old Charleston road.
Angust 15 tf 32
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made at the next session of the Legisla.
ture, to abolish so much of the old Charleston
Road, as a public highway. leading from the
forks of the aid road and Islandford road, to
August 15 t f 32
State of South Carolina.
BMY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ordi
nJP nary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Shaderick Homes, hath applied to
me for Letters ofAdaninistration, on al and sin
gular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of
Charles Blalock, late of the District aforesaid.
These are, therefore, to cite and ardmonslh all
and singular, the l'indred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordina 's Court for the said District
to be holden at Edgefieli Court Ilouse oi the
20thday ofSeptr., 1641. to show cause, if any.
why the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this 6th day
of September one thousand eight hundred and
forty-one, and in the sixty-tifh year of Ameri.
(. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
September 9, 1841. (92 124) It 3,
wtate of South Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ordi
nary of Edgefleld District.
Whereas, M. Hankinsorn hath applied to me
for Letters of Adininis4tration, on all and !ingu.
ar the guods and chattels, rights arid credits of
George Williams, late of the District afureaid,
Thesse are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred nod creditors of the
said deceased. to be and appear before me. at
our next Ordinar' Court for the said District,
to be ho!dei at Edgefield Court House onr the
:10th day of Septr. 141, to show cause if any.
whv the said Administrat'on should not be
Given undler my hand and se-d this 6th day
of September. one thousand eight hundred and
forty one. nnd in the.sixty fifth year of Auerican
Independence. 0. TO\'LES, o.x o.
September9, (S$ 12j) b 32
State of South Carolina.
Shemuel Nicholson and ohers, )
by thean next fileid,
Cs. ' Partition.
John L. Nicholson and |
Betjamin Nicholson. )
OTIC E is hereby given. that by virtue of
S an order from the Court of Chancery, I
shall ofTer for sale to die higlhest bidder at Edge
field Court Hoase on the first londay in Octo.
ber next, the real estate of Benj. F. N ichulson,
dec'd., on the C.mbridge road, three miles
north of the town of Edgefield, known as the
residence of the late John Simkius, .sqr.. con
istiag of one or more tract" of lands. contain.
in all twelve hundred and fifty acres (1250)
I ing nr both sides of Log creek.
do of F. W. Pickens, John
David Strother. Iteuben
adestate of31rs. Burns.
Anished two story
ertiy C .an d the haeanta.. of the
t one of. m oet desirable
DSaic7. The tema,
of one, two and thre.
-as anay-eiessar'y to
b'U paid in cash; the
-nd personal security
Septr. . 1841.(5) '. d. 32.L
State of' South Carolina.
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
Elizabeth Proser, Apprlicarnr,
Tillmnan Wantson and orihers, Deend'ts.
B Y an order from the Ordinary. I shall
proceed to sell at Edlgefield Court
lonse, EOn tire frst Moany in October
eat, thre lands rof tire ertae of Rohert
Stark, tdeeased, siturate in rho sa'id dis
rict, on the~ r nnr ater ofdisto river, adjoin
ig landls of Elijah W~atson. rhTitan WVat
on arid linrrel Iloatwrighit, conitaintin
iree hunrdarltres iniore or less. To be
saba on a creudit ofl twelve mtonuths. paurchra
ser n. ill be~ repsairedl to give hiad iad per.
.oi .w*curity. amin~ a mrn;;nc of' the p're
iai.es io thte it dian'ary il retj~uire'd.
Seprembrler II(6 S% ) d :12
State of' Sou th Carolina.
M1o) Iar T ipkinas, A ppalicatnt,
Win. liill & wife, anal othcrs, Defend'ts.
B Y on order from thre Ordinary. I shall
proceedl tot sell at EJtefield Coturr
iuse, oar the first Miomlay in Octobier near.
he' lands of the ererta f Sicephen P. Toim
in", dee'd-., sitaruate in said ri-tr icr, ron the
aters uf Rocky Creek, hounding oni lands
f Moses Harris, .Jonaihian Weaver, anal
Wright Adams, eontaining three hutndred
ard sixty-rlrree aeres, more or lena. To
>e soldl oan a credit of twelve mrotnths, ptr
haser to give b,*nd and piersona;l seenrity.
nid a mortge of thre premtises tu te Or
nlirary if reginired.
Costs to be paidh in crash.
S.C H RISTI E, s. v. p.
September 9 (83 874) d W
State of' South Carolina.
homas E. Coleman & wife, A pplientis.
. F. Bland & wife, & others. Dfts.
BlY an ordler from the Ordinary. I shall
iproceed rto sell at Edgefield Cotr
I-luse, on the first Monday in Octaober
text, rhe lands of the estate of Manriant A
lamns, dec'd., situate in said district, ott
ureetownl Creek. ad'joining lands of A.
r. Traylor and others, anal containuing t wo
budred and ten acres, more or less. To
e sold otr a credit of twolvo months, pur
:aser to give bond and personal seenrity,
md a mortgage of the premises to the Or
clinary if required.
Coata to bo paid in cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E:. D.
c:.ptember 9 (.$3 S74 d 32
B Y Virtue of sundry wrks- of Fieri
Facias. I shall proceed to sell at
Edgelield Court House, on the Am o
day and Tuesday in October next, the fo
Thomas Kernegban vs. Richard John,
son. L. Giddings ys. the same, the tract
of land where defendant lives, adjoining
Daniel Prince, and others.
Bartlett King vs. Thos. Ford and Thus.
Howle, ;one negro woman, Biddy, levied
on as the property of Howls.
James Terry, Commissioner in Equity,
vs, Henry Sawyer, 250 acres ofland,known
as the Mill tract, adjoining Moses Holson
and others. Also, two negroes, Isaa,
B. F. Gouedy, T. C. vs. Jared Wise,
200 acres of land, where defendant now
Wyatt W. Stark vs. John Marsh and
Jarrett Wise, 360 acres of land, known as
the Old Wells tract, adjoining Adam Car
penter and others.
Elbert Posey vs. Henry Scott, 100 acres
of land, more ur less, adjoining Jame
Spann and others.
Deloach & Patterson vs. James Clark,
125 acres of land, more or less, adjoining
David Richardson and others.
Arthur Padgett vs. Abram Meroneyaad
Samuel Padgett, 500 acres of lendr more
or less, adjoinin Ambrose Whittle& others,
the property of Samuel Padgett.
B. F. Guedy, T. C., vs.H enry Shultz,
one lot in the town of Hamburg, No. 163,
having 50 feet front in Covingtoa-street,
and 190 fe.-t on Cobb-street.
Nathan odie vs. John Eidson & Sam
itel Padgett, 50 acres of land, more or less,
adjoining Ambrose- Whittle and others, the
property of Samuel Padgett.
Cothran & Sproull vs. Ceorge Steifet,
100 acres of land, more or less, adjoining
John B1riskey and others.
Darling J. Walker vs. Sterling Powell.
Charles Cosnahan and Joseph Cosnahan
vs. the same and Ransome Hamiltud.
John Bauikett, adm'ir. vs. the same and
James 31. Powell, 190 scres of land, more
or lean, adjoining D. J. Walker and others
William Kilcrease bearer. vs. Margaret
Ogilvie. Win. H. Yeldell. adm'r. vs. the
same, and Tolbert Cheatham, 360 acresv
of land where defendant lives, adjoining
John A, White and others, also one other
tract known as the Tompkins Utct, con
laining 100 acres, more or less, adjoining
Jeremiah Seigler and otbers,the property of
St argaret Ogilvie.
Wrim. M. Wilson vs. Rudolph Carter.
Robert Carlisle vs. the sauie, 5000 acres of
land, more or less, adjoining John Wise
and John Bauskett and others,
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D'.
September 9 d 32
O N Monday evenig the 6th inst., in the
Town of Edgefield, a plain SADDLE,
with Stirrup Irons ofditferent kinds, the one a
sluare iron, and the other round, she daddle
wai knawed on the padding on both sides. The
finder will receive a suitable reward by leavino
it at some store iii the town, so that the subscri
bet way get it again.
WILLIAM1 STRUM, Sea.
Sept. 9 e N
l7The friends or Wan. J.
SLM , h .7 candidMt
foriiW of ait,
se if 319
-.Te fiends of Colonel .
RILL, annoueehim as a~ndia'e for the of
Lee aOoninsy/of~iigepield Distriet.
Angust 26 tf 3'.
J!c dic~t3 College ofGeorgias
T - 11H course of Lectures will commeues oss
kthe second Monday (eth) of November
nert. and terminate on the first Saturday of
G. .1f. Newrton. M. D . Proleusor of Anatomny.
1...-1. Diugau. 31. D., Professor of Physiology
and P'athohlviical Aiinay.
AIlnand/er .llrans. Mf. D., Profes..or of Chem
ietry and l'harmancy.
/. P. Garcin, MI. D., Professor of Therapeu
tic, an.l M:ateria Mfedica.
Pu! I. Ere, 31. D , Professor of the prin
ciploe niad Practice o.f Smrgery.
IL. D. Fordl, 3M D., Prf'esor of the lnsi
totes anid Practice~ of M1edicine.
Jose'ph .-1. Ere, 31. D., Profcesorof Obstetries
amf D)isease. of WVomen and Inf'ants.
6. 3l. Nereton, 31. D., Demon~strators
.Johnlac ester, 31. D.. of Anatomy.
Fee for the Cull course, including
Practieal Anatomy. $120 00
M'artriei-ltion, (first course only,) 5 00
Foir fuirther par1,-nlar.., address either of the
PAt.!L F. EVE, Dean.
EL. Tlh,- lului~ing paper4 will copy the above
tu e .taiout oif~ c5 ach. and acend their receipts
i.o the t)han the l.,t nexit January, viz: T'he
1.6,-,ilhl Adlvertiser, Grceenville .'ionntaineer,
lumn<ii F~ninirer. Stavannafi Georgian, Geo.;
Motoblle le'gator, Iliinut.a ille Demwocraf, Alaba
mia Journal, Tui~caloosa Flag of Uniofl, Ala.;
Floridian. andl $t. Anagr'tine Newa, Fln.
WVarehouse & Cornmission'
T HIE subscribers having leased for a term
.of yena, that commnodiour and esligible
Warehouse, formerly known as Cosintgta &
temrs. bee leave to oiler their services, to their
t'rienda and the public, ine the Sterage and sale
From the elligibility of their Warehouse, to
ge'thier with its central position. they latter
themselves that they are able to offer iane
tmetit to Plainte ra and others. unequalled by
any establishmeant of the kind in the place.
Cotton consigned tu them, by the river, will
be~ lded wharfa.ge free, and no commissions
will be charged for reshipping Cotton hythe
Rtail Road or Rtiver. Planters need be undr no
n pprehensionst with regard tofreaar, as the ri
ver will have to tise 7 leet in the business parts
of the town, before our Warehouse will be owEst
flowed ; and all Cotton stored with as will- be
insured againstfreshes. gratis, i requiired.
Insuiranecan be efreetsd on our' Wareboass,
at as low a rate as any other in town;t and as.
our atmost endeavors shall be used to gige-geu.
ral maisfaction, we hope to merit and receive a
liberal share of pateonage.
Liberal advance, will be made on Cotton itr
Our commiassions fur selling cotton, will be
25 cente per bale.
T HOMAS G. KEY.
H amburg, September 1st. 1841 i 31
N ELECTION for Intendant and four
Wardens of the Town of Edlgefield, will
take place un the secoind Miondsy in Setem-.
bet. The following persons will actas MNana.
gers o~felec:ion, Samuel F. Goode, G. A. A4ddi
son. and John W. Ogilvic.
P. F. I.A BORDE, Inraer.
Sentember 2 b 21