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Th b no doubt be arrest-.
W u k (rnithtime
'Nesh en Rape osmter
afb'af in lot im
eiio .adjpur nt The two
rthe-2b u t$ATle conttqant;s were
ft.augisre or less than two mnembers of the
Mbese of Iepresenlatires of Teoaessce, Mr.
-hok 'a'nd Mr. Rowleq. whi were practi.ing
.eah. xamples set by soine me mberi of
eagass. Fortu;ately neitler party was in
jtred,eacept ilat3r..H. received a slight flesh
woud .in his hand;- But tfruuntkly a
y'otag uma by the name of Lske, clerk i. a
-sto uar by, was slightly wounded in the knee
afsball-flan the pistol of 51 r. Rowlen.
he -Binner" in deatcribing the scenos in
thollouse previous to its arljournmnent, says
In'h House ai exciting and discreditable
scene occuaried while the rwandtions relative to
the right of interrogation and nustrtuctiou -vee
receiving the final acnon of that body. ' confu
sion and uproar. prevailed, mud tue Speake
was openly insulted, and menaces and defiant
tee weie cat and-hu tied back ausung the muntza
bets. Mr. Daskel LWbig,) thratened tochas
tipe Mr. Rowvre.. (op,..) fa words spoken in
debate, ad there.,ponaiM. R pasioe.1 b ow
at Mr. it. which he was prevented by [le b%
standers from roturining."
The. Charleston Mercury intys: ' It is nQW
ge adenood'that General Jamnes I.
Hammond will be the nominee of the Dernocrn
tic paty of the State. Though this is not yet
thedecision it way be regarded as certain."
The higiond .5eatine. formertly published at
Calboun,.S. C., is now removed to Andervono
CoAt House. S. C.. whbere all persos baviug
asigiess with the Editor are ruqnested to direct
From our Corrcspondent.
Cos~cussa. S. C.. Dec. 11, 1&41.
The House 'met, pursuant to adjonrumtnent,
the Clerk enled the roll, aul read the journial
ofyeerday.. A message was received from
the Senate concurrimg in a uessage Fent Irmun
.thishouse to adjourn the prcont session of the
General Aisemably o the 17th inmst. '
..A Bill to contvert the Arsenal int a Military
School was taken up for a. socoad reading,
apeed to, and nrdcredto the &nate.
'A bil-to amend the Constitutieon in relsion
tolowporations, was taken up, after debating
fer same time the question Was ordered to be
taken, by the yaw andnayo-yens 46. nays 61.
1U-Eat of the Commlittee of Ways and
Memas was'tikikup with the reailutions upon
the sbbject ofhiorporations, and agreed to.
1everal of the nedibers asked leave to be ex
mteed fiim voting, as they were Stockholders.
Mr.' Myers sid ho hoped not; if a nembor
cain here-placed in snch a situation, that lie
could not .ote on all questions, lie had no bz
iness with a seat on this floor as a rcpresenta
ive of the people. On mo tion the House
ook a'reces-untl half ast 6 o'clock.
At the hoa apiint , the Hlousecourened,
asc after dispes a'of sone few papets sent
romt the Senatea i.' Perry- moved to take up
twmamnmth Mlitary Bill. which wasagreed to,
and the cle Proccededto read the bill. sectiddi
by'esodinbirglddtebn mov'ed~to strikannt
miamnch 6f-thi thirteenth sectimin as-relates to
'Ecampmentis. whieh briutghe aiout
L . ama;d1sene011 s.eers. Prry
ens-- ad e e es -aor of
me peegte qpd. idde _
Ami . tr
Mssdiraw~h~ ad Ufoodp kes,.and every
thing 4would linmdate the'oppn.
ofMr. Sims replied to himt in a
very hatdbrnmestvde.and said ho had evecry con
Edenos in the chiivalry of' South (.arolina.
Shoeo le of dis Sitt he said were like old
MhUajars' htisbtmdds.they knew their rights
and 'woulgi- tnintiai them. Brigade Encamp.
nieats to 1he .contrary nutwithstanding Ont
the question of striking~ uttt tihe Encatmpmtents,
the feus and'nafs were denrded anid decided
ithe~segative We are atgain tom uve riveaied
a o astat orliens and rrasresys of
theill puerceiviwr tat the bill synnid in all pro.
hility pae. an all at.: defarmities.. endaeavouired
to rpake ml as perfect as possible. by proposing
sundry anomuents Mr. Perry rose.,limin ev
er, anmd said in a voice of thunder. tolhe friends
of' the bill, to stand firm, and vote down every
amndmnnt rigem or mrng. The ' Mlilit-at
seemed determined to- ride over thme Legisla
ture roughshod. and force the bill diqw m their
'dhrontsat all hazards. By this time the hour
was growiung h;ate. and thei oppimnents oaf the
bill. nmanyof thensm abasetn. a mtiOn~f was uamde
to order-acall if the House; this wia a refused
by the friends of the bill;t a maotion was thaen
mande to adjour:--this was refused.
Mlf.Popaemoved to insem a clause thmtat no of
ficer inay.beat conmpiany, who was .or should
be appointed, shode cmpelled tim attend the
Encamnpuents. Ont this queastion we d.emiandl
ed the yeas and nays, which were taken na fol
Iow's: Yeats 45 Nays, -43. It being a tie the
amendment was lost.
By this time the hoaar of 12 o'clock had artiv'
ed. Mr Masesey movwed to adjourn a.: we wrere
. ecrnaching upon the S4abhath. end called fihr
thme yeas anid imays-thie maotion wias lost. Thec
frietads of the bill aal urging te necessity of
is passage, with that t rtamcal ad arbitrary
pwr, which they maanifecsted from the v'ery
bainiq, and said they W'onld st::i ntil maim
rise $malya tuoringt but what ilhe'bill should
pass. As the House was very thin, not having
A. er:4n. frequent mioa were .nadle for a
of the.Hlouss so thaievery memiber might
have a wosea.Atunaater but all inmvain. At
a quaarter pat welse, Mr. Pope made quite a
feeling an handauime appeal to their esscieaces
and hoped they would consent mo sdj wrn -
this promitio was ala., denied. 'he - tl
ball and piassed at preslirty
bee minutes past one o'clock. rcsl v
Thme bill is ver objectionmable throughout.
It pirovides that ;atila lefl descretionaary with thme
Colonels and MEmpmra to accepti a oaammisa'ion
or inot, a: they please. and Captains and Lien
tenas are coainpeifed either to serve twelve
.nteh. or pay a heavy Gnse and filly per cenit
Stheir general tax. You will see at oncee the
are not placed upon the samo fueoting.
I ask ii thme name of Go, why ahioidd it be
left eptionary 'witis as Coloneli and Majoir, anid
noiyth' a Capitiain and Limewint. to accept a
.ommisiof. Is this 1)emicrusey i Is this that
ged ui uyhtemr we heard sa muctraboti: last
-*==' The whnles.bill is full of arisfocrocy.
TEheebjscezsss to he, and that wml! lhe thae et
felt of thme hill, tat drrve every poor yongi mama
Qrus~aiee. The unifortu is so expenasve nom
ydag~in ordlinary c'ircuuttnanmee will con
anu ' comnassmotn, and I have nit doidat
its ay a nailod, amdl wish -you to iuiark it
dowtjna Encampmemns wil be conem ted
into electioneering schlarai and the 'timne will
cosaf ets no amn hat ene who holds a com
mssion, with the phanee and opoaleus, can be
.eetedte sny ollee, not only in the gift of the
pepe haadie . Iisltdte. For further in
itrtnatio*6 s' tike b
Paed at tie late Session of the Sopth Carolin
. L-gislatre. which adyturned Dec.17, 1411.
. A t act to lu'event tiiuctiois to the pas
83g0 of'fih up Ca1t Cow Swamp 1reek, and
to appoit commisionegrer Fish Slucms forthe
. .\n act to exnd'thitbounda or the Jails
oa the sevoral Jmi4-ial ljgtriets of tiis State.
3. Au act to epnfer om Georg, rredmick
Jloitnes,.uti alion. the pivifege of applyiug for.
a heense tnpracties in the Courts of ibla State.
4. Ai art to atilhorize the erection of a toll
on the diate's near the Saluda Turnpike
5. A% aet ttovide aiwns .trespasses on
the Saluda TV. ikroad, and p.panish trem
6. An act tWprevent the ohstrnetion to the
passa;e of ti"h up Lyfnclhes creek.
7. An act to suspend the election of nemabers
of Coigrmes foim this Stite.
e. An act to raite supplies. for the year comn
mencitig in October 184I.
9. Au act to increase the number of commis
sionrs of Free Schools for 3larien District.
10: An act-to annr the Equity districtcof
Sumter to the Fourth l-qunity cirmmt. to change
the time of holditg theourts therein and to
establirh a court of Oquity for the district of
Chetorfield aid Aarlbernugj.
If. Aun ct'.trovent the citizen of New
York fom carryir' slaes or persons held to
,axrrvce-tL.et tIm State. aud to prevent the f -
epe of persons charged with the conmimssion
1*. Ani act to 'nako appropriations for the
veat commening in OcLtober. one thousand
'eight liundied and forty-tne.
13. Au act to preventI tL enuoncipatiou :,f
slaves.%dud other ynrpe:;es.
14. Ai act toi necporate the Cokesbury Fe
muali lnstitut. of Al beville itimtict.
15. Ai act tit incorporatu certain %illaget. so
cietiOs aid couipanies, and to renew and iimend
certain charters heretoforn granted aid to es
tmblish the principles on whichm charters of in
cor poration will lcreafter be g::anted.
ItS. And act-19 %eA the title of the State in
cetain escheated promperty in J.>ity Damsn.
17. .\t act to extend the right of challenge
N8. Ai act to provi.le for the copving- of old
defitced books oftIecord &: Indexes mi Charlms
19. Ai act to imake the unlawfmt) whippinig
or beating a slave ant iidictable otfenmce.
2mm. An act o .app.ropnate the fine inmpesed
liv the Court on Jums Pordue, ir killir lan
icl Price. to the ulse of the heirs of the said DWan
21J. Ain act frtmimer to reguhte the office of
Cunmptruler General amd Treasimrer of this
?2. An act to incorporate die Society of tie
South Carolina Coulerence of the lethodist
3.. An actto amndil -n act etitled an act to
piovide for- the reparing of Curtht.uses an
jails in this State. passed 19th i)c. lMJ.
2-. Aim act to organize a board of fire mas
ters fir Charleston Neck.
2->. An act for the better regilation of the in.
habitants of Charleston Neck.
ti. An act to establish certain Road,Bridges
27. Ai act to reduce all acts and claumses of
acts in relation to the militia of this State to
'sne act anid to alter and aumnd the saime.
We understaud that Mr. Nicholas P.
Johnston, wits a 'few days sauce arresteil
and commuitted to Williamsburg goal, on
the cuarge of having killed Mr, John Den
ntis, at Mingo Bridge on the %/th ut.
Our Lgislature.-It will, be seen by
oup Colbmubia Correspondence that our
State-has placed herself by-the sie of
Virginia.,in adopting the sate u'n inter
course measure of- revention, agaiust the
lphilo-aholitionistasof -New-YQgk. . Tile
position in te. House ind passed by a mi
jority of 00 to 15.-This anad 'be rejection
of the itanfuus Distribmntion motney, is
enough, to entitle the Le;isliatur' to thme
approbation oftheir crostituents if thtey hadl
dlone nothing else.-Chtar Mercuryj.
Nrw-OaL.vs. Dec. 5.
Latest froia Teras.-Our latest intelli
getee from Texas reached town yester
day, by the steam ship New-York, Capt.
IL seems that qjuite~ an aetive blin-ims is
nowi carried un in the article of Texas salt.
in menise beds of it are laund int thte west,
anud pirocured with no othmer trouble thnm
carrymatg it away.
All the~ Texas pnpcrs proclaitm their dii
lief iin thme latest rumnor relative to mime
aanmta Fe expiedition. Our pivate cor
respondm.eunt wvrites as hollows:
''There is a rumor alloat that time ad
vanice guard of the Satma Fe cxpediionm
was cut off by thme Mexicanms ott this sieof
their poitimftestiination, but it is niot lie.
lieved by any. The report of their safe~
rarrival and pecaceable reception, ns repor
ted lby thr': Montteray papeir9, is most likely
the truth. We hmope and er~pet to lhear
so~mmtint; delintite from ihm ini a few days,
'-Our Congrem, is doing~ bumt little att pre
sent, probably waiting the inaugurtionm
rcommmedatiotns of thme newi Presidemt.
A bill has passedl otne or two readimigs itn
thte hlouse to recnll .r stoip the Navy from
unmiting with 'tucatani againist the Mexi
cans, but I hope atnd belie ve it wu ill ntot bie
cume a law."-P'icayo"e
Heracy Dmagrs~ agaiUnst a Sherif.J-At
jurim tumzoton has prven dlatmages to the
umont f I:!65 ni~niu-, time Sheri of
Woircrester, for thc neglect of his dtmt, int
omnattug many valuable articles of btock
whmen attaching the property ol' a homue,
atmd conductinig thme sale ini such a mumer
I mat a fairaucton price culd not lie ob
tained for the property sol. Trhe daima
ges were laid at 30.0001. The jtary gave
the .amm above stated,-CArn. 8( Sent.
American Manufacltres.-Thme Moors of
time Etmpire of M1orocen give a decided
Ipreferenice to thte Anmerican, Cotton goods
over time Eng ali.-I'Tey itmgine thme wu
perior strenth of the American clth is
unmming to its bieintg manttlicturedf fromt cot
to:,n-'icht has never becen fpressel itt hales.
-The lHritishi trenders now piractmice a trick
mt time sole of thmese gmods mu the Moors.
They sm~tamp their cottons wvith thme word
Amtericamn' imn Arabtic fetters, nind inmo
theta o the pemiple foir transatlanitic tian
u factures.-Ioston Journal.
If thmey woulid imndict every rich mn u Iho
canniot ;;ive a at raighit accumt oftthe imeans
biy whichi he gomt hi-, tmoney weo tik tere
would tie a mighty rumsth~rg anmong the dlry
bones, and some few very hanghty per
sons would be hound atmoug the miss~ing~.
Me Leod is now confined in jail in Can
nd-:. r at.mior bail on a civil nroces..
Fofeture of Rail Rad Stock.-:te
atteniaon of Stockholders in-ihe Louisllye,
Ciateinmi &.Charlestonl R, It. Company,
is parlicularly alled to le fr"lowineg res
lution.adopted at a meetiag up iho- 18th
"Tne iesolution adoped yesterday by
the luik niecting, allowing deJaultiag
sioekldters until the lst of April nextud
restore i heir Stock, by paying lthe uierest
thereon tothait day, was taken up and
agreed to on motiot of Mr. Gibbon, wbo
also-of'ered the following Itesolution, to
RtolVel, That all Sharos held in the
Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston Ral
Road Coinpany Company. on whiAc. all
instalmeus called for are aot- paid uplon or
reefore-the let of April, 1S42, shall be abso
lutel) rofreited- o this Company.
Colunabia Branclh of the Bank of tAk
State.-According te the report of the first
Comumittee of lavestigation, it appears
that the antual uett prufias of this insutt
tionl for the last tea years, have avcragpl
about 40.000 it year-that the losseis on
notes ninco Id31 were $77,067,97, anti the
josse, oat toies since 1815 havc been $17,
041,21. lts a1tnking capital. due to ihe
parent un-. being $725,707 22.-Cliarles
Coniernsof the Novemler number of
the Southern Agrriculturist, published by
. E. Iiller. Broad atrecr.
.griculttre.-Organic Chemistry in its
aepplication. to Agriculture and Physioo-'
,y; by Justies 31. ). i. f. S-, &e- Pro
1'essor of Chenitry it the Univcristy of
Gie.sean, &a - .
Are eq-.ay on making Conpost Heaps
from Liquids and otliersubstances, written
oan the evidence of inany years experience,
to w hich the prize of ten sovereigns was
awarded. By James Dixon, Esq. Secre
tary to the 3launchitter Agricultural So
Au important discovey in Agriculture.
On the Cultivation of Lonw L-ands.
Artificial Watering PVlaces. By a Stilt
Corn -ialk Sugar. fly Wm. Webb.
lPnper Nets for cleaning ando ventilating
Silk worms. By-Layton Y. Atkins.
Secret for tantnog vicious Horsc.&c.
By 1). 0,
flortientume.-An oulline of tho..first
priciples of lorticulture. By John Lind
~Vegrtable Garden.-Potato, foreign
Un-erdeniag ad Agriciliacre; Useful lufor
matione ti Gardeners.
hc Flower Garden.-1oniography or
the Genu s Camellia; Hyacinalth; flow to
desiroy lusecs on 'lowers.
The Orchard.-Causes of Decay in
Peach Trees, nel its Prevetauioan, Stato
Gardeter's Calender Jor Decembe'r.
Veget able Garlen.
Nutice.-The- Subscriber finding it inu
convenient to attend to any other t-in itho
the Editorial duties, reqests that all leL.
ters on businessbe directed 1ihe * Itli -
lieher of lids Journal. Vr. A. E. Aliller,
"ho will 'alu attend -t rf the -business
traacttionarelaing to the Southern Cabi
net or Southern Agricnitrisa.
Charleston, Dec. Ud, 1841. -
Birjfaripuss. A4Mempg.-An Utitpt, ras
enter te Custom f louse Room., kept in.
the Act d story of theac hange. By
f-orcing onte of the n itdows of thte Read ing
Roo~m, keptt in the lowter part of tlie build.
itng, andi breackinug thte lucka al jns daoor, theny
gvaiatet admuistantce beloiw, randa af er pro
ceedu atp sttirs, tutemapte.d thje same feat
there; but thte fasenings of Uucle Snam,
proved teoo strontg, andl the rognecs it ap
pears ht.ad to dlecamaup the stna way thtey
camce. lad thery saucceedaed in their ef
toits, Stncy would l-ave lfounde themcselves
tt elday .afuer thte fair-athe Sub Treasury
hem,; nuto lon;;cr itt tlteL digg.ings.--Char.
.ler.:urg. 7th inst,
Charity mnyv coever a mnultituede of sires;
lea it.. ntot a etreumsutance to wact rmoney
n~ ill cover; for it wilt totrally obscutre sins,
pelysic.al deforntttti. aind mtentai imper
le'ctiones. It IsI a juivesrsal Pttaea
Brcadreat's pill-s con an enlaerged seale-ac
oenu sesamae to ia ltheartsa and houses.
A mns down east has ta tnse so sharp
at Ate enits hits fin;;ers when Ate xtkes htold
to low ia. Anthater htasa rnose so dlat that
hte keeps two negroes to blow it!
"Why don't your father take at paper!"
said at eunna to a Ilittle boy3 whomc Ate caught
pifering' his piper. "Coez hte acuds we to
tak.e it." answered the urchiu.
-Twonlbt be odld teo see a racoon smnokinag
ac rigar, or at aoud ceewing tohacco: but to
se'e at editoar nit ueace wuith Imtself aned the'
wo-arbi. andi up to hts anklies ine proseperity,
'ubtle be ,stull maore striange.
.%Irs IAiassant tSorna laeeanaAs, of Wilcox
coundty. Ala., daunghter eelCapt. Simtont d. ABon
hamas laete of emeid coeunty, dleceasued, died at Ev
ergreena int Contecath 'oUnety on -.lt November
l-.4. at half p~aet I eo'cluck, A. .31. She was
bornc ini Abbeville District. S. C. on :10th March
In cihihdood shte was lovely ; whten prown, a
youeng lady of great worth .of gooed intellect;
thte acquciitiont of knoewledge wsas her heigheest
atatbitiona; attfahble uni lacid ica leer tmannleres;
hetnevolent ire hter disposition: htinnante in het
feeling.: couartecus in hter dleportmteit ; kind ice
her heart; traae inc leer friendehip; fitrme iti her
puarsuite; mal d itt her temper aci afcttionate in
life. in ablort alt tense tracite ecf texcellence anud
miorael wo'rch which disting niesh arnd evlevate thce
teicee chiaraecter were to let' reien and observed
ini aime dispositioni and deportmcent eef llatnnch
S. Ajonamic. lAe life ei wast beloveed. atnd in
deatha lamiented, ntot only tIy tnmeerouas friends,
but Ity a large carele of acqnnrintarces in Aln
baustrcand Soanth Carolina.
Shte diedl froan liene, while ota a visit to se
aned ndmlinasatr to the wants or a steaer who
was sick vet school. 11er nutack wast violent,
leidical arid failed to give relief. She was told
she would die, and anler ravincg directions with
rew"ar. to utcr baurial. slie regncteeted thes prayer
o thett pious aronuid her ; a thcronec of Grace
was addr-esaed in her behalf. Hecr mind ap
peat-ed to dwell ncot on the tiecrg of this world.
bitt on things above. nd said -'this world is
only arnotion.'' Atlifat she appeared to ex
d ie. ermind continuedsatiwt.
ttE 1tlst :4li& conictintian was entirely
praw se,'aying,"Jesus will support
is ay-Savior. niy King; in him d o I
lt~ luhim do Irely." Ohe me.t death with all
rM e, Utude,anod. agnati in which
eh-pismy alone ct in plfe. This lived and
th as the bloom'of life the subject of
lPty the wind's tantiely blast, -
ach'd by the suns director ray,
TW e . ot lier autis die away.
T Soth Caroliniatt will please copy.
-. ceipts for Sabari'iptaoss
Tiublisher akumledges ielt eceipt from
hd*~Ilwing persom, to the time put down to
thE espective namIes:
,',lAn-Harrisomo 8th 'Fel, 18.42.
OWss Priceto 8th July, 1842.
Jo1Rearden to 8ill: Fehb83
JI#Coleusa,(ofFlorida) to 27th 3Iny 1842.
Jaa su Carry; to9th Jan'y 181.
Al Talbert. sen., to Ist Jan'y. 184:1.
*StisbHnimes. to 4th1 July. 1132.
'Adaas, to 10th Dec'r 1842.
Help D D Brunson, :o8th Feb, 1812,
Ablsm-TAbney, to8th Feb.i812.
Ha Iraison, to 8th Feb 16-1::..
ight:nweratr 28th March, 1142.
8 Harritun, to Ist Nov 1812.
J T Gray. Esq.. to Lith Feb 14-1.
-Piequet. to 17th Dec 1141.
Kennedy, to.J8th April e4'2.
B Mkhs, to 2lth Feb J840.
IRRogdes, to 8th Feb 1842.
- Jaiowell. to 8th Felb 184,
Ridick, to 8th Feb 1813.
perons atre forwarned agnidst trading
a note drawn by Dahnery Jonei in ra
vorA krvin Burkhaker, for themm of$30 43,
at 0ta'day's sigii :s the Fidai note lheas bees
lost ognslaid bythe sutne iecr, and the pay
.7%K.- MARTIN -DURKHALTER.
D2 - - -- ' c' 47
iros 'ndebled !oile eqtate of Wil
". Johnboai deceased. bte of:ldisdis
reque-rd t6 iinke paviuaeat. ind tho'e
havidg any elainms aainst aid estatiare nalo
reagntied topresent themtto the stubscribwr with
in tbiie prescribed by law, duly attested as
LAWRENCE S. JOHNSON.
Qualij La 1cutvr.
D ,1841. Il 47
1Whit Wlling Academy,
ir "1K.xersesf of tis Insetitu inui bre 1
Ii epe0ned, on the fist Monay it .ajnaary
estUader the direction 'or Ir.-John K. John
ston,jwboue long experience in Teachtng and
cor00dportinent. we trst will entifie the in
stitaty t wilarge share 'of public confidence.
TERMs V TUoTOS:
ReA, Writing. and Arithmetic, per
p- r or I weeks, t3 00
E mm.-. Ge. raphy 4 00
Ph CVhemistry,LauandGrek .
-e 00, A, 00
Sr q 1000
T' ~l ina advance.
G rd may be obtained from $6.to $8
.elB. H se,3 firman,
t'o eg Re . rUtr ai Bb
U. C DE C.o
Alvd Butn tDoblodd cla.Rtt
Bineirtu colt andr woites, a f in
las. th shall proceed Jocsella Edg
Gwel Dbr House on therstMna.n
prop1y, JS4i z:4
Sakt of'eSae South arolinas,v.
LeDa E F.J.L DIuce STheC am.
GI. HichEo. Paen& ,) adohrs s
Beel ~u rcon tobed Cots Con
Ano lea.o all twcdo Je, bott tino
tfa l atuo the fknow acky oformetrly
nel y at. o W eve lrolr. ~x n ~u.
,ut3 -kn S.v C gRosT.E lrs.a r..d tn.
cljDe:t. 18,r a84d -Jit 47
Thetem of Southar a ol imen,
Hos Htch, h i eraeased~rJ ah h
B In tordie froum pheo eCurit. C d
on leas o will preed tisll. n ins frtae
dte.wn op Hambug oanu~n the fih ao anar
andwo n thetn ofp aburgN.32.
rDe 13w (ccpie at) pre t 46Bito
Sime oe brckSouth knoalteick
ceuhn rl.Ahn. v. Nerei, Clarsa n? w
chikin. Henry and TJiSme
The ties. th ne ae.a olwsh e
Wre LL E Oka the RealEsta e onef en. e
b ln odayedthoe 9td of yars; ete
pehgItas tof giveton ponl seednritt.
crdat. lop thaetimden othe am cae.a
S. C'HRiISTIE. s. r. n.
Dfe2 1 1 (1 00) 3t 47
Statn odfomthe C alina.o
Penn & Brannan.ric.,Heveill Bulsm onFi
da1tt7 ae of T-Sate. I h
lat H.~c olnnd. As. Thellme. e od
onl estonay roth 9tha is Jnoar next,
fcale Bde Ctton elotg of eeduCtton.
croply Ners Corn, Candn Fodder, oe4ao n
otelr tis STerm, Coas. uls t
tie.[Irp, Se . HsTol . and : Kithe
Drecit2ilbc845. ($ecemb e 1 47Pr
B Y P. ordl eroi from eta the riaryof
esteehDiri,1 will saeinndael mnt.Fri
dthi 7avt deymf ansaainxt, i etthe
nil md.pena propery attstod se
thed liethe 2th Deebr 184B. Pdur
* 50 Cents Rewerd.
W ILL ho given by the Town Cutnicfl
of Eodge ficid. fur the apprelhension and
delivery ini Edgefield J ail, of one Elijnt Alex.
ander, who-;e place of residence ls in the neigh-i
borhood of Green die : If. Baid Alexander
wai-arrated n11 a chearge of selling SpiIitts
Liquors to varions Negreed, wilthont iceniser
but escaped from enastoiy. Ife ucknowlcdged.
trading with said slaves, in the presence of sev.
eral persons. The ptec are caitioned against
imo, and all g-ood eitizens iaro requiesed topaid
in bringing him to undice.
P. 1-. LA BOILDE, Jauaemul.
Dec 2- b 47
(ITThei Hamburg .lournsl will jiublish lhe
alove -once. and the Greenville Iountaineer
twice, and forward their accounts to this office
A LL persotns indebted to the lite fin of
BLAND. CAt.tn & Co.. are hereby nori.
fied. that their Notemand Accouals must he paid
by the first 3onay in Jannairy. 4or they willIe
pol.ced in the. hiamed aOrion uatrney leer col!c
tion: the affeirs of the firm aeit be closed, to
enable the parties to wiele with each nthaer.
ILAND. CATLIN & CO.
Dec 2 1) 47
FPOl the enuina year. the IIOUSE for.
meorly tccupie.e by C A. Dowd, as a
:5tore [louse. A good 114n 1 and good stand
for la0 Mercantile Buti nex'.. For paizticularc
apply to the subscriber.
Dec 22 t f 47
T IIr isehroher wavrn iany person against
tridin for a note giveni by him tueJ. F.
Dov. for ihe -ai of rAJ: drawn on the 14t
ty 'of Novemiber. 1 1. and due on th) 1st day
oUlNoveotber,1-12. nas i :1;m dtermin1ed not to
i*aY -n'r note, ili propveriv fot which it was
gi'en not be;,' ..1 repre:nt!d.
Dec 92 if 47
State of' South Carolina.
J ulES T. Gray. of le-wh leLand. tuullo le.
J fore- tOfe one mion-se 'coored 31inle. tin otlier
pautiueni marks; jid:ird to be 1-1 or 15 years
of ujp. nutd about o'wm- and n h:df fect highl.
appraiid by John .31. Wker. V'dward Adanp,
and1 Drr A. Adanw. at thirty dollzara.
if0BFR T ANDERSON, .1. .. n.
Hamimlrg. 3d Dee 1641. m4t 47
State of Ro0th1 Carolina.
J OH N R. IUSII living three mile.i Eact
of Lott'c Post Office tolls before me an
estray lloltSE. about twelve years old. iifteen
hands one inch high. dark bay. left eve out. too
braida perceivable. Appraisied at ien dollars
by tiee following men. before me this 13th De.
rnber 18MI. Bibhy Bosh, Arthur Lot, Vil.
lian Bush. appraiferl.
LEWIS HOL3ES. Mageistrate.
Dec22 m4t 47
State of south Carolina.
IN TIE COMMON PLEAS.
Trammel & Jones.
I1 E Plaintiff in the case, having filed his
.J. declaration in my ollice. and the-Defen.
datita Itaying neither wives. not atoneys, on
whotiiu copy of th! said declaratigspwith a rule
to ieoad. themiio, mi:ht be seiveid: Ordered,
disftrismid WIefeadintse d&japear ahd plead
io die sald.declaraton. within-a year and a day
edat.uftc othisrrer Saal and absolute
uduet wiln ea ardm '.aitr'n
.u.r - 71 V I TOiV. C. C. I.
Clerk's Oe. Dec. 16, 1841. age 47
8tzate of NolltlI ('urOlilla.
- I5 THE COMMOCN PLE AS.
D. J. Ryan, -
v. .Pay. Debt, Foreign AIttachament.
T HE P'laeetifihlaving' this dbay filed hiis dc
Ccaraetioln in my oitee, ud 'the deafenan
having noa wife or nnorey,kneown to he withc.
ine the Sataute Wnlwhom a copy of the s:nane. with:
't rule to plead. coueld he ,erve'd: It is ererecd,
t'ent the efeni'ean~t plecad to gle said d'clar.iiona
within at year and a dayv. or final ancud abtsoluate
juedgwnentt will be gien againest heimc.
tiEo. P'oPE[, cc. r.
CNerk's Ojire. Dec. 16;. Ilellhc. aey- .17
State of' Soulth ( 'arolina.
I.V Til E COM1.IIO. PL E.As.
Radia 11' 3l~e~ha~, . ssumnpsut,
Wiley M iihon. Feorign A1ttarhm~ent.
T flE Plani'havlin:g tti dlay hiledc his da'
claretion in mnyealice, anad ti. he eeanct
leaving no wife or attorey',knoewn to be with
Ine the secate, onc whoem a1 copy ofC the same., with
a rue to peleadh. coned lea' sereed. Itii erdered,
that the defendeant plead te et u aili declaratgin
within a year and a day. or inal aned abweolutc
jndganaet' will be givene asgainest heim.
Clrrk's Offtec. Dee. I5. 184h. c. age 17
Greenwood Literary Innti
W E inveeite ateonon the ofollowing ar.
rane~entlel with regari to the Green-.
woodu institminon, for the enecning year. .ii L. r
Brown. whoe leas baeen Principal 'of~ the Femnale
School tior the last two years. will caontihnue ie
that capacity The Literary attainmteniets of'thi
Lady, ande leer zedcans perhlimace eaf the du.
tie's llevoelvinig uponi her. give her straong claimeea i
tee the patroneage of the pleaic. Ie the .iin.icael
Departmeent the cervices of .\Mrs. Pectter ha've
been preocured. It is' well kneown that theee Laely. a
when forerly emsploed in thes alhce in givineg a
heasons ine Muisic, discheargevd her dutiie.c to thn.'
entir'e intifnation of nlleher gultron. M\r. Lew..
is Pote will take charge of the English Manle
Scheool 'This gentleman is a1 greauat.e of Dart
maoneth College*und wau engatted several yeairs C
ine teaching. ?He is recomeienede tel un as nn ap. 5
proeved Treacher, poneCSinlg in a~ high dlegre. r
all the qualhiticatio:a. web shourld beloneg to t
the instrector ofvioneth. The Claeicahanhd a.
themeaticanl School will again be commeeitted to
the care of 3f r. ,asam I.. La.elv. Of Mr. Leesly
we dleem it uneccesaery ner' to speauk. lHs
populharity as a Teaecher andl the saece,.., with
wheich le heec aec m e preparing his pea:iih for
College. are s'ati.'factory tuetimonials of his oJ
WVe wmudle addhint there is conlnecte~d with .e
tesae linstituetionse a good Phlilosopheical Alppara- aI
tue. by mceanis of which the mcost neenic acid in
aerestimg experimencts in Natural Philosophyv and
Cheetnistry mayi be readily performed. ThIe'4e
Schocol ate hocated lwctwe~en Abebeu ill.', (C. H.
andl Ceabridlge npons the IRidge, wvhich divide,, C
the watere of the SavannahI and Saluda. The
location is an admcirable onue, both in conese
queenice of its healthinese and its entire removal a
frain all scenes of dissmipation anad vice. The
rates o(Tueition remain nnchaangedI. They are
a nodcerate as ini other lnstitutionsmof the kind.
T1IOhI AS B. BYRD, '
Setg. bf Board af Trustees.
ne. 1d .d 46
Y an order from Oliver Towles. Esq
.irdinury of Edge6eld District, Ial al pro
:ee d to rel),-en the first Tuesday in Januar
wixt. all tImr persmnal property of tielite Chs.
.)nwd,.connstitig in piart of his Stock of
Mrs; Geols, Grocerieg
Crockery, Hardware, &c,
. Sgether with his
IHOUSEflOLD AND ZITCHEN
One Sorel forse, and Baouchne, with a st
)f Single lIfrnevs; Cattle. 8;r. $.
Sale to continue from day today, until said
property 14 dosp' oed of.
Iernts ao folfows:-For aff nais of nmdan
:ler five dollari, Cash on delivery of time arti
tles purlmchased. mid all suins over five dollars,
on a credit of twelve mionths. Pure):asertgiv
ing notes and approved securities.
WAI. BRU'NSON Adm'r.
Dec. 1. It 40
Ll perini inidebted to Charles A. Dowd.
. decea.army urgently requented to wnke
mhimediate pavrrent. as the affairs of hi-i estate
ire in .nch :i n'itnation am to render indnigence
iape4ihle. and which must not be expened.
Alson. nil persns having demands against mid
ofiatA will present them properly and lawflify
attested. Wt. BRUNSON. Adin'r.
Dec. 1-1 if 4,
T til. Snmhecriboer will offer for sale to the
htighest hidder. on the premises. on
'l'rsalnv the Ebha or Jnnmrv iexrt. a tract of
ntt Onrrtainin -p: res.situnte on the waters
'rfTurkv Creek. adjoining lands of George
Blocker. Felix l:1ke and others, on a creditof
nc and two years.
31. B. CLARKE.
Dec. 1.1 b 40
F fil the milbeeribler on thle 29mh Novem.
lier lat. living limn" miledhelow Edgefeld
Court lnnse. a sman.ll bar MAR. four years
Ad. (somteen an.1 a half hands high. no marks
reinembered. Any perwon taking ip said are
nd tnortniog glse 'ohi'..critber of' the same, wilt
be reasonribly conipenmteid for hi trouble.
Dec. 11 414G
A I.L Peronns intdetted to the estn'e of Ben.
ojamin Roper. dec'd.. late of this district,
ire regneoted to make paymient. nu.! tiono hav
n.1 nV dem:mndA n:1ain0t the carsate, are also
gneqt,%,Z'd to pre.qeut them properly atteited to
he subsocribef. within the tite pieseribed by
aw. JOH N A DA'MS, Ezensor.
Dec. 9 c' 45
T fi'. Subacriber offers Ioir sale the well
known flinse in Aiken. fronting on the
Rail Rind. and known as 31ARSH'S HO.
rEL. The house hims been kept as 4 Publie
nuse for several years. and contains-40 reoomA
innlie atuit single, the greater portion of thatn
vith fire places. Upon tie premise are like
wsme all neceonrynnt Imiilding., kitchens, no.
pro houses and 4tabliog for 100 horses, in the
inrd is an excellent well of water.
Term one third cath, the balance on a credit
if one aid two years.
Also-Forty or fifty unimproved Lots, hel..
ormely sitninted, within tie corporate limits of.
tiken. Apply too
JOHN AfARSir, Aihjx.
Dec 9 .t
A LL Perions. indebted tM to - tme 'esate
Caleb Eoltmnway, -:Sar, dee'd.. latw of
his district, are reqnested to make paytnefat by
be first day of January next, and.tosebhuiu
lemands against said estatee alW
o-pfeerteem proprtly sucantd.
Decc9 c 45s
Sitate of' South Carolina.
'.utheredge Chatlan and wife, Appljcanu,
alary Stritte and othe,.. Defemlants.
rTrnpp ering to any sath-ftmionm~ thmat William
. Steille. Philip SteifR:. L'dlphums Tushlet
mmd wife' Lmary. D~efendat.. in th,- above case,
ea'ide~ withonut the. limir-- mlf this State. It is
herefore nrdered. ltint thuey do appear anmd ob
c 5mo thme divisoin mr sat. of a tract of la-.! t-o.
imneing to tihe me:.tate of tl'hilip Steifie, deewd.
nd thme e-.t.am ite of lhn Terry. dceausee.. joint.
r. onm or before thme thm sif 'March necxl, or their
onsent to the eamemI wil!he outmred of reenrd.
lhem 7 S'e I2 3m 45
P RUSPE CT Us,
rola -ru rotarni vo)L.ni or 'ru.
'1 lIE Deceumber number closes the 3d!'
voum of t his pmeriodice~l, and ini cal
nz the attenmiou mof omur friends to a newe
'mnhmec. it i'i our hnppminesms to state, that
inm: vercme. iin sonic measure, the
illiculties inmcid~ent tom the tranmsfer of (or
emork frmm1 imm iterioir to this city, and
thter chmanlzes. we a :re now enmabled to) as
nmreonitr subsveicribe that thme "Manolia,''
s placedl ulNut) El lerinu~t (umdtgu
a circustmum ise establihd,and its contin
aneem secursed. Tmaeffect this tmore cer
iely, ontehaalf tot she 'work has been dis
osed of, undme'r etich terms and coutracts
., will essentially subimerve its intcrests..--.
t will~bcenceftmrth, lie istued in 'an enlarged
nt, hamving~ a mmonthly addlitiotn of .16 pa
es, handsomely prntedI on superior pa.
er, mulsingt~ at thme climo oif thme year, a
olumem of nearly 800J doull columed pa.
es. It will be punctualk, issued, positive
rran-:emeuts to that effect have been
adei wih thme pubilisher, and the many
iidranaces whmich have hitherto impeded
s progress havinig beenm overcome, Its'
ddlition to the tusual contribution. from
ominetnt writers the Editor has pleasure in
aying, that he will lbe assisted an the lite
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id will greatly enhance the value of the
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lagazinme. and to accomplish this, he is
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ruler to' mark it worthy of thes patronage
I' the fr'iends ofl 8outhern literature. To
uclh he presentse his claims, confident that
ii growing repuatation of thme work: and
ac peculiar advantages uhd'er which it
'ill hereafter be isisued, will lend themr
sust ain. lmy liberal subscriptions, a peri
dical whose intrinsic value is inow sc
Terms for the enlarged volume, dlie
am as fat' the former, $5a year', in ad
Editors, to whom the "mMagnolia"m is
ant, are respectfully regnested its ioset
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