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orce raSrtis itun'ety-(o years ag. and
they hare bpli it is all 4he Courts of Geor
gia and. South Camlina, and even in the
United Staies Court; and no good title
yet: nowithstanding the ,3,)0W they
paid in Lawyer's feesin the case, which
would hive been a considerable item to.
r Irdp te-delt, but they have 4huf-I
ted it 10.8ad the City of Augu,4ta is now
about tobear the brunt of the action. The
gma is now pondiiug in the Court of Chan.
orin the State of dSelt Carolina. The
dnt4endleavored to remove the caie
to the United States Can.t but failed in
their atempt by the decision of Chancel
Ier Duncan, and it now stands on record
in the Chancery Court in Edgetield, where
they have plead offithe trial of one term as
will beiseen by the INlowing order.
hENRY SHULTZ, 1
John W. Yarborougb,
THE STATE BANK,
vs kBILL FOR
'he Batk ofthe State of ACN'T, &c.
Geo., The City Coun
cil of Augusta.
nd G. B. LMA R md n
The Complainants having made and
amendment of their Bill, conformable to
&he suggestion in the irtat ground of the
demurrerfiled by the Defendants, on mo
tion of Wardlaw & Wardlaw, for the de
fondants, after argument ordered; that the
defendants have leavo to withdraw their
demurrer, and have further time until the
first day of September next, to file their
answers, pleas, or demurrers, not demur
."True extract from the minutes."
J. TERRY. c. r. a. D.
The defendants have answered the Bill
in conformity with the order. Why back
out & again run to the Geo. Legislature!
Because they fear thatja'tite will be meted
out to them. A-. for their Court and oth
er matters embraced in their Bill, that is a
blind to conceal the real object. If those
honorable met, would act the part of lion
eat men, the whole matter could be set
tled in au bour, as to their part.
December 2, 1841.
Fr . the Chrotsicle A Selinal.
A LUer front Presidemt Tyler.-Our
readers, says the National :ntelllgeneur,
will learn, from the report of proceedings
in our Criminal Court. that, at the re
quest of the President of the United States,
a Nolte Prosqui was yesterday entered
by the Attorney of the Uniied States iu
the cabe of the prosecutiont against the in
dividuals indicted for a breach of the peace
at or near the President's House in the
mothofAuyust lost, (on the night fol
lowing the first Veto.)
We subjoin a copy of the President's
litter, not merely as a mark of respect for
an honorable official act, but from the
pleasure which its just and liberal senti
ments have given to us. and will, we are
sure impart to our readers:
W..sesrTo%-, Nov. 2 1.
"Sir-Having understood that a prose
cation wai pending in the Criminal Court
of the District of Columbia against cer
taimm charpd with having been en
10-a riot in August s, to the dis
embattt you 'e proprnity entering,
wihh the consent of the Cort, a "ole pros
sgxil th ie cases. lt was one of thos.eout
brealta of popular feeling incident, in some
degree, to oar form of Government, andl
entirely evanescent and harmless in its
character. My confidence in the good
lease and becoming feeling of the people
of the District leads me to believe that
tlbere will be no danger of a similar occur
pence in future, and that therefore those
who have been betrayed into a thoughtless
proceeding will not be likely to repteat it.
"B' assured of my constatnt regardl.
J. TY LE R."
~Mr. Fendall, District Attorney, Washin;
Dtsointa t. nuos.
Under this head a correspondent in the
last number ofthe New Gennssee, [armer,
who signs himself W. R. respect fully calls
for information concerning a certain lame
ness which sometimes attacks his hogs
during the hot seanon of the year. I have
reason to aitribaute the lameness he com
plains of, to th'chowintg of the issues of the
hind legst which I thinak is caused nvari
ably by inlnmmation produced by high
thed; such as corn andl barley-meal. with
oat first undergoing the process of firmen
tation. Having laa several hogs attack
ed in the same way some three or fiur
years ago, while being fed with the above
meationed food, andl every expedient in
the way of common dosing proving minei
cient, we had recourse to a neighbor of
ours who had bad experience in pork in-n
king; lhe immediately informed nt' of the
case. we caught the hogs, and by a tho
rough rubbing of the pores or issues of the
legs with a cob they wcre manle w ell in t wen.
, ty-four hours.-Genessee Former.
Martin Ranahan. an Irish Servant at
the White Hlouse in Wtashiington. is quite
an original. Whteni lI.'rri."'n cme to the
White Hon-se. Ranathtan addhre's.ed him a'
follo~ws: 'An palaze your hionoar, they say
yu'regnaing to ma~ke a clane swape-I ant
te last martin in thec nest-must I take
win;!' 'No, Raniahant, thtey say, 'tis ill
luck to drive the' house martins fromt where
they build. Stay where you are, Rasna
JAXtBUsO, Dec. 1.
The Cotton Market remtainedl frm up
to the time ef our report. The last ac
cont from Euarape have settled the pri
ces with us, atnda our hovers atal seller.
can now caleulate upon aomnethitng rertaim.
In thteirope'rations. We quote a.. extremes
74 tn Si dts. Principal sales 8 eta. A
choice lot-of conon would commsandl 84 c'.
bat as there is hut little of this sort cottmng
3o hand, we will not run up quotations to
this point. The staple comea" in freely,
and the receipts last week at"- much heav
ier than the provneding. Next week, we
will give our receipts fair November.
We have no alteration, as yet. to make
in the prices of'the othber branecbes of busi
Fr'eights.-To Charleston for square
bales cot ton, 25i ets. per hundred pounds;
ir roumd halts 5 Cs.
MY ME NEAL
The silken tie thiat binds two wiling hearts." I
M A R R I E D,. f
On the Itha ilt.. by the Rev. D. D. Bruntson,
Lawes COLLINS. Eqr., to Mlrs. Ass COLUA,
ll of thiS Disirict.L
(IThe friends of Wn. J.
S I KINS, Esq - announce him as a canadidate
fru the otffce of ')sdinary, of Ed::eield District.
September 2. ' r :i3
070 The friens of Col. IP
H. 110SS. ;nnoeitamaee bi-mt a -I eandidate
fAr Ordinary of Edgefield District.
October 6I 1f 38 --
The friends of Colonel J.
HILL. aninonnce him asa candidate for theol
fiee of Ordinary. of Edg'tiei Diatrit.
Auust 26 tf 30
0?1 The friends of MUiey
CUI.LiR E A T H. annoance him as a candidatv
for the onice of Ordinary, of Edgefield District.
September 30 tf 35
0 The friends of 1f. R.
WILLlAMS, announce him ae a candidate for
the office offheritief this District.
Octoiet 21 tf 38
7 rhe friends of .%quilla
MiLES. atnounce hin as a candidate for the
officet ofrax Collector, or Edgefleld District.
September 16 tf 33
A LL Persons indebted to the estate of Ben
A jamin Roper. dec'd.. late of this district,
are requested to malre payment. and those hav
ing aniy demandi against the estate, are also
requesied to present thens properly attested to
the subscriber, within time time prescribed by
law. JOHN ADAM31, Ezernor.
Dec. 9 c* 45
LL Persons mdebted to to the estate of
A Caleb Hollowav, Seur.. dec'd.. late of
this district, are reqteted to make payment by a
the first day ofJnuary -n-xt. and those hAving t
demands agaimst said ertate are also reques:ed
to present Jetm properly attested.
Dec9 C 45 j
LARGE ESTATE I
Of Land & Negroes for Sale.
T HE Estate of Junathamn We- i
ver, dec'd.. being left derelict. a
and agreeably to an act of the h
- WLeaislniure. it is made my duty
to take charge of, and sell-said estale.
Notice is hereby giv-n that I shall pro
ceed to sell at the late residence of %aid de
MONDAY, the 27th Dec. next,
and continue from day to day, un:il all the
real and personal esta~:e of said deceased is j
disposed of. The real estate consisting of
7000 Acres of Land, A
Of which a large quantity is good Oak and
Hickory land, well adapted to the culture
of Corn and Cotton, the remainder is good
productive Pine Land. well improved.
The above Lands will he laid ofTin conve- n
niont tracts, plats of which will be exhibit- "
ed itn the day of sale. Said Lands will be S
sold on a credit ofrone and two years.
purchasers giving notes with approved
security and a mortgage of the premises.
The personal estate, consisting of about
mong which there are two Blacksmith's,
anti two or three good Sempstre-sses, from G
8 to 10,000 bushels of Corn, y
about seventy-five thousand pounds of1
Fodder, a large quantity of Oats, about
100 Bales of Cotton,
thirty head of MuIls fifteen hea.d of Horses, it
233 Head of' fogs,
tweny-seven head of Sheep, abouat two al
hundred headl of Cattle, Houschnld atmd ly
Kithten Furniture, Blacksmith's Tools, co
arming Utensils of every dlescripttion, &ce.,
on a credit of twelve momthe, for all suims ..
of and over twenty dollars, nil sums under
tant amount cash.
Ordiunar3 of Edeifield District.
Nov. tm,1811. 4 14 4
(r The South Camolinian. Ilaamhnmrtt j:
Journal, and Greenville Mlountainecer. will I
give the above two insertion,, and forward ..
thetir -secuutt to this otffe for pasvnem'm. p
Execuivie Depairtment. II
Cor.L'amwu, Nov. 3'J I84). y
ByAsErdec JOHN. RItI DSN
e iv ErdttJhis Dparmet RIhatON.
nmigmto te 20th of Septenmber last, a most at-.a
trocious attemapt wva. made by some person mit. P
known, ito sannrde-r one TF. I'. hoarey, of Col- '
letont Di.trict: Nowkamow vei, that to the etid
jusice tmav e dlone andI the offender brouight
to leg al tri'al, lim e relmy olier a reward of One
lmsdred .Mad Filly D)ollarse. (or this appehen
sion aid delivery ian any jail of his State.
Given under amy hand sand the Seal of the
State. at Columbia. the 3Otha day of Novem
ber. eigthteen hsunidred and forty-onae, ad 18
the eixt-sixth year of the Independentce
of the United State of A meric.s.
JullN P. RICHARDSON.1
By t:he Goivernaor.J
.32. L.ASanor.. Sec-ry of Statte. a
TIHEsubibsrihers foraronany perseon from e
ktraudinag for three mntes. given by mhemn to
Frederick Rss. Esq. The ore,- nre dated tihe g,
leth of Novembesr, l's.9 amne for six hunmdred h
dollrs. due one day after date, onme foir nine
hundred and tiftv dallars. due the first day of
Jansary l841. nid onec nine huandrm-d andi tfin.C a
dollars. dut. tihe fist day of Janumary l842; tiher. ,
arn bweta $82 paid, but noi notes taket up: as
it appears he basn not ma~d. uts a :0.4d title to a
e-rtasim part uS'the promp.-rty for whiichm the notes g
was given. we are determmned not toa pay anmy a
more on said notesi unta ho mnakes uts a :rood a
PIERCE LITTLE. a
Nov. 23 e 43
F OR SA LE, which maybe seenaat the rei N
denc of Dr. Geiger. Cherokee Ponds, itn e
this District. when'-Ihis age, pedigree, ad price
may also be za.certained.4
lIE Subscriber will sell at public outcry
rat his ilantation at the Fork roads 4 miles
i -w the Csurt House, on Tuesday ihe 21stof
.ecember. inst.. the following property, TM.
or 8 Negroes, a quantity of Corn Fodder.
).its. &c..5 for 6 good florses, a file stock of
attle, 40 head rat IIogs. a good Wag-m, Plan
ution Tools, and a number of articles. too to
lions to mention, all on a credit or twelve
nonths. purchasers to give note and approved
ecurities. C. MITCHELL
Dec9 b 45
I IE Subscriber otfers for sml the well
known House in Aiken. fronting on the
tail Road, and known as MARSH'S 110
PEL The houso has been kept as a Public
louse for several years. and contains 40 romlms
lnuble and single, the greater portion of them
rith fire places. Upon the prenises are like
vse all necewsry out buildings. kitchens. nn
rn houses and stablinig for 1() horses, in the
ard is an excellent well of water.
Terms one third cach, the balance on a credit
f one and two veats.
Also-Fory or fifty unimproved Lots, hand.
ely sitiated. within the corporate limits of
dkou. Apply to
JOHN MARS11, Aiken.
Dec 9 tf 45
W ILL BE SOLD at the late reqidenee
of G. B. Mitehell. dec'd.. on Tuesday
It Drcenber. 1841.all the peronal estate or
sid deceaed, cniaing of sixteen Negroes.
orn. Cotton. Fodder, smuail Griin. Stock.
lorge,6 Mulde.. Cattle, ilors%, Sheep. &.
lonchold and Kitchen Furnituire. and other
rticles not nentioned. on a credit of twelve
ionths, purchasers to give noteoa and two up.
MICIIAEL BAR R, Adminiistrator.
All persons indebted in the estate of G. B.
litchell. dec'd.. will mnk.- imtnediato puaymuent.
nil those the estate is indebted Io wll present
Peirdemands properly attested so ute.
miCfH :L B:Altit. :1dwinistrator.
Dec G. 1-441. b 45
State of rolith 4 arolina.
tlin Chappell vs. John .11. Moore,
Vn. M. Smiih v-i the- s-ame,
lavid Wood vs. the same.
W ILL BE SOLD (n tl2th Deer. in st.,
at the house o, John 11. Moore. the fol.
owing property. to wit: "ixteen lead of Cattle,
isteen head of uog. ne road Wagon. two
undred buishels Corn, oe thiousand pounds or
;end Cona. and one lot of Fodder.
Teiw s Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Dec 4 h 45
State of Soulthe Ca.10loin.
N THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
oseph A. Cunningham. and Robert
Crocket and Sarah Ann his wife,
larI Kihler. Mahlalaleel Lindsey and
Missouri J. his wife, Valentine
Corlev. William Jennings. and Jo.
RDERED. That the Derendants appear
L)m my oflice. on Mondav the 14th of March
ext, to render an account of the adminitration
r Mary Kibler. lato Mary Cunninghams and
pear Price, now deceased. administrators up.
the estate ofJose Cunningham, late or Edge
Ordin-vre EdgeofEs4 D'
Dec 7 $OU m3
utheredge CLeat-:am and wife, A pplicants
Fary Steifleanad others. Defenidants.
[T appeang to my ,.ati,.factionm that WVilliamn
LStesifle. Philip Steitle, ILdolphus Tushlet
id wire aury. Defendants in the above case.
side without the lianits of this Staitc. It is
erefore ordered, that they do appear and ob6
et to thme dtivi.'ion or sale 'ora tract of land be.
nnting to the estate of Philip Steifle. deceased.
d the estate of~ John Terry. deceased., joint
.on or before the 14th oif March next, or their
mtSent to the saume~ will be entered of record.
OLIVER TOWLES, o. z D.
Decc7 $4 50 - :3:n 45
State at' South 4 arohlna.
J. Wanmbe'rly and wife' WJrit of Par
s. D. Watsn -md othere. tw
O)TICE hs ilEREBY iIVEN. that by
vtrtne of an order fen Chan~celnr hiar
r. I shall otfer for sale to thme leighestl bidder.
Edgcefil Comnr hlotne. on the first Mionday
January nest, thme real estate ofl \rtemnas
.atisan, c'omt.isting of fomur tracts of land as fol.
wvs, viz: thie Ilome tract. containing eleven
andredl aced sixtv-'ight acres miuore or lease;
ec Ric-hamond Wattonm plice. conatnining two
atdred andl eighmty acres, snore air less. The
lace called the (masrter. containaini fostr itan
red acres, smore or less nnad a small tract de
gnate~d by the taturni sfthme Comineminners as
o. 4. ceontnining thirty acres, more or lees; tihe
!hole of said lands lying~ in Edgefield district.
ear the Ririge. and baunided by lands of the e's
t" of Eiijia Wiatson. Gibeon 'Williams. L.ewice
shell. the est-'ste of Thomas Reynoldes. Siam,.
ore WVatsonc. Joiah Padget, and others.
Thei tertna of' sale will be a creedit of one, two
d thrsee venrs, exept f'or so amch as may lie
ecessary to paiy the costs. whiclm omust be' paid
caili, thei pumrchaaser. to cive baondcs and goodl
'rsonal .ecumritv, ande mnortgage.. of the psremli
s to .eccmu the purchause cmney.
J TER RY. c. r.. in.. rs.
omnissioner's Ofcc. Edgalieda. Dec 7. 1e4l.
Dec. 9 ($551) d 4's
State of SolItil (':lrolna.
ally Corley nad othere.,
SOTICE. l' iIERLEBY GIVEN, that by
.virtue ofan order from Chancellor Joist;
on. 1 shall otyer fear salos at the highest baider.
Edgeticekl Court hionse, on thi' Grrt Monday
January neat, tihe real esetate~ of Benjanmm
orley. dec'ad. (except tihe tmnetameigned tam the
iowv) ennmaistinig of three tracts of land as
cllowvs. viz: the Gnmilford place co taining one
undred andi fifty acres. mnore' or lees. adjeaininmg
nis of William Kiniard and William Ether
ke. The (tone place oni Claip hoard berasnch.
rid Lees slash. cottioning six husndred acres,
inre air less. anti :aijoini-g !a:id~e oif the eue
ito of Samuel Moore. Uias iahnit, William
tone. Thomas Harris. aund Mitt. Shieely, sud
me Bigz cre'ek place. containing 200 acres more
less. lying 'an Big crsek, and adjaminmg lands
f Meatthmc'w Smith. Ilenty ID. B. Corley. Gee.
5. Hnieit, and Charles O'Neanll. all which lands
re situate in the dlistrict of Edgefield.
Te'rm of sale will be a acredis of one atnd
so years. escept for so miuch as may be neces
try to pay the casts, which must he paid in
n II, pischasers to give bonds and personal se
arity and mortgages of' the premises. .D
Edenlald. Dec. 7, 1R41. 5M (t\ 81 c4
Statq of.South Carolina.
John The1tWnd and othrs.
vs. WV Tharmond. P
OME IS HIt.IlEBY GIVEN, Usat by
vitieofran wder frat Chacirellor Jlis
ston, IshOW offer for ale to the highest bidder,
at EdgeGd Court House, ou time brat Monday
in Jana next, the real estate of William
Thnrn dee'd., consisting or a tract of land
containi one thousand acres, more or less, sit
nat inI Seld district, on Gunnel's creek,
Waters o" vena!creek. waters of Savannah
river, andbounded by iauds or Vyott Holmes.
WillmiaIolme Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Doolittle.
Charles agnall., and others, on a credit of one
and two . xce pt for so much as may be
ne , to pay the costs. which must be
paktl iscs. the imuchaser to give bond and
persouallecurity. and a moutgage or the premi-.
ses, to Olds" the purchase money.
J. TERIIY, c. r. .. D.
Edgelel4 Dec. 7, 141. ($3 87) d 45
Stato or South Caliolina.
F. W. iCkens & wif.e. & otmr.
N OTICE IS IIERFY GIVEN, ti by
viune ofan geider fromr. the Courtotf hia.
cerv, I shall offer for sale to the highest hdrier,
at tdge6eld'Court House. on the first Monday
in January next, at the Cane brnk.- plrie. for
merly the property of Col. Eldred Sinkins.
dec'd, 4t' ute in bleeld diarict, on Littl
aluda eer, containig sixa-en hutndred and
forty aces0, more or leas. and hounded by lands
Of John Mohlev and others; said land in be di
vided atj4.sold in two sep-irate tracts, the uni
ber of boundaries, &c.. its be miade known
on the ror sale: on a credit of ne and two
years, e*gnpt for so much as may be so-cessarv
to pay 500 casts which must be paidt in cadh:
the purebasers to give bonds and peroinal se
curity ai tuorigages of the premises.
J. TER!RY. c. r.. E. P.
Fdge"elU, De.. 7. 1841. 4 () 7) d_45
State or-otth o1i:tnn.
Nathan Bodie, and others,
TOT CE is hereby given, that by virtue or
aO6mder from Cmiiocellmr Johnston. I shall
offer fotale to the highest biddi-r. et Edrefield
Court.Suse, on the first Monday in January
next, tI real estate of Nathan Bodie, sen.
dec'd.,,nsiing two tracts of land, viz: One
tract .s aining one thousand acres, more or
less, sifttte in Edgefield Distric. onu Cloud's
creek. sad bounded by lands of Jtnie Whittle
Zachaisk iller. Wiflix Whittle, Willivan Ma
gee, Amabroe Whittle. Precions Lark ani c.ah.
ers; aau one other tract containine 18 acres.
more o:"s. situate in Edg-field District. and
boundedby lands of Zachariah Miller. and the
estate I David Bodie., dee'd.. the tiaoussand
acre tri to be divided into parts. and the three
tracts,*dbe sold separately, on a credit of one
and t iFOyears. except for so much as may be
necesuary to pay the costs, which miist be pad
in Cashipurchasers to -give Bond and personal
securityiand mnrtgage of th aPremises.
.O..F TERRY, C. Z, X. D.
co,- -s Offia. -
Edgak,Dec 7.1841. $4 81
8 ' - or South Carolina
is he y given that by virtue of
.rdler from the Conrt of Chancery I
shall for sale to the hirlht bidder, in 'thie
Town bfIHamburt on Thuirsday the 30ith day
of December inst. (the sale tbe continued fi omt
day mo doy until the whole of thes mnortaged
premises are sold,) the following lots and lands
m the Tpwn of Hammburg and its vicinity, lie.
honging to hlenry Shitzt. to foreclose two
mnrtgage'uin favorusfihe said Oliver !Simpson,
viz. Los known in the plan of said Town as
l60, 161. amid 1t,2, bounded North hys Cobbh
street, East lby Covington street. Xouth by bier.
cer SKareet. West by Coowk street. embraeing
thme whole two squares witlein that bouindarv
according to the plan of thme Town, with th'e
exception of an alley of25 f,-et.tand a sniars of
150 feet coniveyed to time Pre-hwteriani r'hmrch:
andialso all tat pare-l of landl signate and be.
in! "in the Town of Pitpe-r Hawmburg." huit
more properly. in the vicinmity of Ilamhmirs. em
bracing Mr. Shulkz's Fortimnd pleasure groundls.
conaniang eighlty acres mnore or less. wi'h the
eCepOlbto of thaee acres sold to Jnsesph .J. Ken
unedy, and a half acre sold to iihhardl Li.' nrk,
and hounded on the North bv land1 of .slhn 8.
('ovington. FLnst hv land of John Fox, 'Sonth he
a ditchat time foot of the 111ll. runine fromt tin'
Bridre Rosa! to the Leighm tract line, and 'Ws...
lhv the line d'vidling the laigh and Fair trac-ts.
The Iets will he sold separiaelv.
'rhe Tai mmi of meale will lbe Cub~m tor one half
thme purchase tmonety. foar thet other halfa credit
of iii stonths, puirchasers to give Botud and
persosal secuirity and mortgage ofthie premises
to secnre the purchame money.
J. TERRY, c. c. r. o.
F.elgelieki. Dec. 7. 1841. j 7 Ti 4f4
A PR i itE articlecjust recceie by the
Coilfish, Mackerel, Herrine Sardineq &c
SCR ANTON & MIEiGS.
Nov.1)0. 1841. 2t 44
Magnr and Coffee.
ST. C ROIX. Poar em Ricti. & Cnha So
gamrs, Jnva, Rio, & Sm. Domingo Cof
fee, Just Received and for sale ceep fir
cnsh by SCR ANTON & MEIGS.
Nov. 30, 1841. ____ 4a 44I
C IT RON, Currants, R amiens, Lemonse,
Mace Cloves, Nutmnegs, Cassia &c.
just received and for sale by
.SCRANTON & MEIGS.
Nov. 30, 1841, __ 2a 44
B Y ana order froem the Urdinmary of Felgefield
District, will be sold at my residence,
hremiles soth of Edgefield Cou'rt House, oni
saturday the 1ith day of December next, all
the property of John Goodell dec'd .cousisting
og ose small Wagon and Ilarniess, one small
Bed and Furnituru. fify-elght packages of Al
lumiSpring Pills, anodsa quantity of other plun
der nomt memntioned.
T~rms of sale made known on the day ofeale.
WM. B. MAYz3, Adsa'er.
Nov.'23, 1841c 43
ALL persona inde-bted tos thme estate of the
late Jolhn Goodell, dec'd., are reqnested to
ab immediate payment, amnd all those having
deniands aigainlst said estate, are requested to
render thenm to me according to law.
WM. B. MAY8, Adm'tr.
mm.o.I!. lSt. e 43
FROM THE B . ERY AMI
Messrs. JUNE. TITUN, A
J J. NAT H A NS
T ILL be Exhibited at Edgefield Cour
Doors. will open at 12 o'cleck. perlir
cents, chiiren and servants. half price.
The sunequn::cd popularity of this brilliant E
performinosre.. tie uaneceptionrable. cla-sic. aid
iitodoest expr-iiaon.. cownminri, or aclions. n :
mal,. emholden the Proprietors to hope for the g
(7"' The same will be Exhibited at the I
JUST Rteceived n frensis mnpply #or Groceries.
am1117neg hich are the following. viz: Don
ble and Singl,- Ileliued Loaf Sn'o.er. l'ic!.Ies,
Table Salt, .1u.tard. livson. ansd Black Tea.
Soap. Spen and Talow Candles. Gingrer.
Pepier. Spice. Indigo. Madder. Saloratre.
Starch. New Itice & c. & For -ale low fur
t'ais by SCRANTON & MIEl'S.
Nov. 30, IR41 I -14
New and very Cheap
DRY Gt0 D S.
SA A L h.tq just received and is now
A s openeinag his -'AlL nonl WINTEfL
supply. all carefel'y selected by limas,* in N.
;',;:k. whic'h he owfer- to his friends asd entto.
mers in Carn.ina and Georgi-a. at A-ignta. at
his 011 stand. on1 1o,' anOve B0ois & L'ariti.
chael. No. 213. very cheap to,- cash.
Angsta. Ga. Nov. 6. 841 f 4'2
HAMBURG. S. C.
H ORA & NEWBY re-pertfully beg leave
te inform their frienls, aitd the public
-enerally. that they have taken the Store, for
m-rly occupied by J. N. Oliver. opposite the
Old American Hoiel. They are now recesing
and opessing. a well stedie'el stock of ready
made Clothing of every variety.
HATS, CAPS. SIJSPENDERS &c. &c,
of tie latest style. to which they invite the at
tention of purchasers.
Hamburg. Nov. 4, d 41
r H E subseribers have ieceived firom New
A York an extensive assurtment ofGUODS,
suitable for the season.
AMONG WItCR AR 3
Black, Blue, Brown. Green. Olive ad Mixed
Plain Black. itiaonnd. and onte Wave
Blak, blue, drah mixed & fancy double milled
Plain & figured Silk. Satin & Woollen Velvet
Cravats, Stncks. Scards. Hanudk'fie, Hosiery,
Gloves, duspender.. Collars. Bosoms, Cotton
and AMern Shirts and Drawers,
Mate, Unmbrellas, Ab.
The above Goofs were purchased lowv, and
wvill be sold accordingly.
N. B. The T.AILOltING Department will
receive our particular uttenutione. fessiug greatful
fur pnst favors, aned a disposition to ples-e oter
ceistomiers. anad the public generally ; a contitnu
ansce,of whose p~rtatae Is rsespect fully solicited.
BRYA N & MIN.90
Edgefield C. II.
October 14. 1841. h 37
F OR The purpose of a diavisuoc. and by n
sent of' le parties. ths.-re will he sold. at
the house o*f lithe ndersigied (neaer Lib,-riv
Hil) ott thee It6th D~ecemeber suns, sen a credit of
twelve month... the fullowiung piroperiy '.iz:
fourteen iike'lv negroes. among whomei are a
uned blacksm'th. and a first rate bone womnan.
Alsestuone~tracteof landj known anseTokn
tract, con!Jing one hundred anti ne .acre'ee
Alss nte esther tract. known s the Logan tract
crntairingonse suinsdrr'd asnd sixty live -acres ly
intg on bird eteek. Also thec tract of land eef
wis' -hs the nudersiged snow iives conitaining
thi :,snndred andi five acre... posweenion of' theo
twvo tratct.' ha. named will not he glesn unttil
1843 also will be sold at the satnetimes andi place
coneiderai-' .enck sef every kind. Purcheaeere
will be rest .td ter give seecurity, and undispu
ted titles will be gilen.
M A RGAIR'T OGILVIE. Excurrir,
Nov. '27. 1841'2t 44
A GRF.EA HLY irns an ordler f~scm ilhe
(Ordinaery of Edlgefield bi..trier,will h~e
sold at the late tesidenes of Benj. Lindey.
Dec'dl., ont WVednseday the filleenth. day of
D~ecember. next. thue'following prope'rty,
to wit: eight likely Nearnes, Corrn, Fodder.
andi Coton. Stock of all kinds, Hloseheshe
& Kitchen Furnitesre. Plantaetion TFools,
&c'.. All sumfls o'cer tivsosllasrs, usn a ere
dlit sof twolve monith's, atnd nil sus se five
dlollars or isundesr. cshle: ter?. ae'rs, gis ing
notes witht approved securities.
A'I!ON L INDSEY Ercutsor.
Nov. 30, 1841. b 44
S'tate of South ('arolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES. Esquire,
Orditnary sof Edgefielel District.
Whereas, William Brtunson, haih ap
plicd to ate four Letters of Adminuistrr.sio,
on all and singular the goods a.nd chiartels,
rights and credits of Charles .i. Dowd.
late of the District afor'esatid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to citeo and adlmon
ish all and singular, the ilandred andercedi
tars of the said deceased, to be niad appear
before me, at our next Ortdinary's Court for
the said District to ho hokien at Edfgefiold
Court House on the 13th day of Decem
ber, 1841, to show eanse, ifany, why the
said Admtimtstratioo should not he granted.
Given under t:y hand and seal this 29th
day of November, one thousand eight hun
dred and rorty one, and int the aixty-sixth
year of American Independence.
0. TOWLES. o. z. a.
MaV.9. 18a ran ran b43a
P1't IV: Ant T . N E W YOR.X.
NGERINE k CO. Proplietors.
Iloute, on WEDNESDAY the 15,h ioantr.
iauce to commeuce at 1 P. M AdmWion 0
juestrivn Companv. the splendor and variety of ite
varied order of ifghibition. the total exclusion of all
11 its performances. added to their collection of An
-neral counteniance nod patronage of d" public.
-idge on the 14th instant.
A G(R EEAULY to aim order from the Ordi.
nary of 1.letield Ditrict. will be sold, at
the late residenc of Viinm T'I'uiirnond. Sets.,
dee-l-ed, on Tm*Ja.y the fourteenth day of
L,-ceinib.; iaext. 311 the p,'rsoal property of
said dee'd. Contsistina of thirty-aven Negroes,
crop or Cot,. Corui. Fodder. loraes &tules,
nil tock ot nil kin,1-. Plantation T'r-,,II, House.
hold and Kitchen Furniture, &c , on a czedit
Of twelvo iiun:hsi.
W31. THURMOND. Jr.
XNv..R e 41
St:te of * oith Carolina.
G. L. f E. Nut, & C,)
R. w. Matiis.
W ILL be sold at the house o(Defea.
dai on Weduesday the 15th De.
cember next, house hold furniture. Con
sisting. or Bedn, Chairs, and one Clock &c.
S. CHRISTIE, s. z. D.
Nov. 29, 1841 b 44
%t-ate of iouth carolina.
Gcor.e Parrott & other Plaiuniffs,
Thomas II. Loveless.
W I L L be sold on Friday the lUth of
December next, at the House of
D. endant the following property to wit:
one lot of Corn and Fodder Stock of Cows
a:.di Hogs. lousehold and Kitchen furni
ture. Terns Cash.
S, CHRIdTIE, s. z. o.
Nov. 25. 1841 b 44
State of South Carolina,
DeLoach & Patterson,
;*l'lW 1UV M at The henseof the De
Deceber mnext, onWe lot of Cor and Fod
der, &c. Terms Cash.
8. GhiRSTIE, s- a. D.
Nomv. 29. Ie841 b 44
Land for Male.
T H E sutsrbrs alier. be sale their tal
nti-e tract mof land. whereon they now
re-medg, sikated mn Edtvgcled iaastract, about two
unies irom, the Rlidge, contatsung tiour haundred
acres, about thmrty-fe e of whmca is under good
tences ofisecond and thiad years ground On
the premise. are a good i..g dweling hose,
kitchetn.sad othier neicessmry otutuidings. Also,
amm excellent new daw Miid, now in hagh opera
tbon. Anmy person denarous of purchasing. are
reg,ieui, to c~ull amid exmne bur abewaeavs.,
Terus made easy.
JohIN A. L.'TT.
LUKL. I. LOTT.
Nov. i8 d 42
. ou.* and Lot
?ff DIE Subscrtber uofferm for s'ale or rent, his
baonse amid but, whereun tie m.ow reside.,
situaote 'mne uie irotm Edgefield ,. H., on tbmm
New' berry road. .lj.ining lanos am Mr. F. W.
Pickenia, C. M itchell. .M. Mimis, and T. 13. H~ar
vey. 'Them lot contains between eight and ten
acres at good quality latnd, suitable fur Corn.
Cotn. or sumall Grain. Onm the premime are
a amnall but cumfourtable dtweiling lionse, a large
Wourkshop, andi other necessary amid cante
maimin bumddinag, for a famuily , .with a well of ex
ceilent water, all unuder good femmces. Any per.
miom disposed to pumrchmase, or ren-, will plas.e
calil and exasmnino for thenmielses.
Nov.13 tf 41
$5 R EWARD.
Liel Ciort Ho'us-. to Aug ut Ga..
ma toml rahle berige lemnther Pocket Booka
COtaifit:2 three Notes of hand, and severart
orher samtl p)apere ofno valiue to any G(a
mihe ona ner. T'het Note were on the follow.
inig persona, one Note on Mr. M1oss, of
(:a. br $W250; and one ..n Z. Finch, ma
Kenatucky, bet't ucu S20) and $30, andi ont
Due bill on Givenhmerry Camiplin, (f Kem.:
tucky, for S4t. Alil persons uare cautio~ned
against trading for either of the notes, or tOm,
due hill. The finder w ill he paid the :,
haOve reward by delivering the Pocket bo, I
anti its comntenms to Mr. C. HI. Goodman, a
this plac. JOH N W. THOM A .
De. 1, 1S41 * 44
State of bouth (Caroinia.
IN THlE CO3IlMON PLEAS.
Anonsll.y Declairattion in zi.
L. B. Pixie ,tuchmentf..
W HERE EAs the Plainiffin the she- --
stated case, hins this day Bled -
Declaration agaisnt the Defendaat, wha
absent from andl withouit the limits of it
8tate, as it is said, having neither wife -
attorney, known within the same, on win
a copy of the Declaration with a rulb-'
Plead thereto, might be served: Order.
that the Defendant Plead to the said I'.
laration, within a year and a day, frott a
date therenf, otherwise final and abeekL -
judgtffent l awarded agist him.
GEORGEPOPEc . r.
Nov. 7, 14. q