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120 ak ofSt.
-1luime, is a fol
,Guan, about 22
rsand fair complexI
tiops namesof Braun,
H. i bailed from Now
he, len about the 18th
Wo bespeaks, his low I
against his gums and
.ig pper lip -qj cts a little.
t 5 feet 8.inches high, stoop
d, weighs about 150 pounds,
slow,and is r hick-tongued.
,-The notes were neitly all payable in
SKiSjnUai, a capital E wrieten oti the right
gpper corner of the bills, which were al.
ost titirely new. He was in New. Or
1oani aboit the 4th instant, and no dotkbt
ell1 make his way up the Mississippi or
The reward ff'ered for him is 8750.
Two different persons left Mobilo a few
-days since, in pursuit of him The one
who catches him, will do two good things
-be will line his pocket with $750, and
-rid the country, for a time at least, of a
precious and precocious scouatrel.-Aug.
Great Mai.-The mail brought by the
steam steam ship Unicurn, froq-the Aca
dia at Halifax. was the largest ever arrived
in the United States. The number of
letters was about 410.000, nad there were
40 bags of newspapers. The postage on
the letters for New York amonuted to
about $3300; Philadelphia 8630, Halti
more 820t; Albany (city and distrihoutiou)
$500.. The clerks in the post office work-.
ed like bose. Twenty-one ha,ss were
empW _,iI-whole of one nigh 4a sort
ing, c &c. the letters and other
packsi by indefatigable exertions
evCry ting was sent in due season.
Fra a the Chatresto Meury.
It appears byihe late censuss, that the
Amet valuabf6 a- eultural production of
the United testis adian Corn-the
umber of hatiels according to the
Isst censss 413,875, which. at
.Si0 cents a bslie I amount to 8188.
756,937. The artule next in value i6 Hay.
the umberof tons being 10,248,000, w hich
at only ten dollars a ton, amounts to $102,
480,000. Thi next article in importance
is Wheat, via: 8,823,272 bushel*, which,
at one dollar a bushel will amount to $84.
823,27. Coitsa comes next, viz: 700.
479,275 pounds which at nine cents,
amounts $63,043,134. It thus appears
that cotton ranks in importance as the
jbWt& agricultural production. Then come
oats andpotatoes, and then tobacco, being
the srveath in value of agricultaral produc
We ind the Whigs we indust oasly
v s er . iir-'y a.
as th above. We cou add
somewhat to the foriceof it by the satenent
of a verrsimple certainty. that cotton is
not oven the great interest of Soiuth Caroli
na. We presume that our annual export of
Rice would cover our itmport of all articles
of tood, and that therefore South Coroliua
produces the subsistence of all her popu
tation. If the average cost or subsistence
to each iodividtial be estimated at 830
per annum, the valu, of all the art icles of
food prodneed annually in the State, is
nearly 18,000,000, which is not1 far from
twice the value of the annual product of
But what of all this, or what has it to do
with the erfect of a tariff-or rthe- i-s n.t
the comparattelygaznall value of cotton a
still more strtktng pt iof the injustice and
oppression of the proteetive policy i For
it' we look to otrcommerrce, we Gud thi-.
same cotton tocomstitute its very basis nud
substance, to he nearly tw ice in vali all
other exports of the~ country-and still
more, we find the Turiff directed against
the cooromerce with those cnuntries to
which we send scarcely any thing but cot
ton. If this staple then, be comparatively
so insigni~caat, by what rule of justice is at
to be made to bent- the whole burden of
supporting the Federal Government.
What sort of equity is it to honp oppressive
taxes on a single product of the country.
and then cover it by the taunt that its value
is trifling, and that the peosple wvho producte
it are by no means so rich as their neigth
bors-poor devils, let them suppoirt t he
Government since they have got into the
habit of workintg hard to suppo~rt themselves
--we that are rich know tho luxury of ta
king our ease, ndisturbed by the vulgar
intrusion of tax-gatherers, publicatns, and
Fro,: Ihe Charltestes Courier.
Correspondence waith Santa 4Ana.-T be
Diarto del Gobiernao, of the 20kh nuh., pub
lished in the city of Mexico, contains an
interesting ectrespondence of Col. B. E.L
Bee, of the Texian legation. and General,
Hamilton, respectively, with Santa Ana
Col. Bee's letter, dated New Orleans,
-Dec. 27, 1841, compliments Santa A na
his firmness and wisdom, and tells him;
can never conquer Texaa, that the
le of the valley of the Misseiesippi
itus with Texas Iio oppose his de-.
that if Ite will submit the ques
uition] to the intermnediation
and the United States,
may he amicably ad
oludes with recomn
oprisoners to the
nta Ann. Santa
ch personal kind
e coarage and
iated on board
an.28, 1842. He pro
na an indemnity of85,
seretly placed at the dispo
. agents if the Government. as
eration of a treaty of peace and
ion with Texas. The- reply of
stas Ana is a long and rnde one, abusive
if Gen. H., styling his proposition an in
iuh and a piece of audacity, and expres
ire of it determination never to contribute
a the recognition of the independence of
Appended to the letter is the protest
Irawn up by him in June, 1836, against
he government of Texas. for having vin
ted certain promises of kind treatment
made towards himself and Gen. Wool
ror infringing a treaty for the exchange of
prisoners for violence offered to his per
Mo:LK, March 12.
The New Orleans Picayune has issued
tn extra, containing the latest news from
Mexico. brought by Mr. Lumsden, the
editor of that print. There has also been
311 arrival at New Orleans with later
Santa Anna has issued an order, forbid
ding tle payment of all debts by the Na
tional Treasury, except the English claim.
and what is called the Tobacro fund.
Foreign functionaries. so far as their
nationus are interested in this matter.
have protested. and Santa Anna has re
quested the Ministers residens to furnish
him with plans for filling his treasury.
The expenses o the government are 24
millions, and the annual receipts G. le
sides, the President has stopped the pav
ment of interest on all debts nt home nnd
abronad, mnountog to -ome 20 millions.
The govertmenit hinds scarcely bring 30
per cent of their value.
Nearly all the ('abitet ltave relignel.
The Ioss (if Gen. Tornel is a lor to
Santa Anna. Gen. Valeciria has [teenre
moved (in thfe pretence of his leing enga.
Ked in h conepiracy. It was feared that
he would le shot.
Santa Anna has appointed Jiohachim
Velasquez de Leon. Colonel of Engineers.
Charge dl'AtTairs of Mexien nt Washing
Ion City. The Colonel was one of the
Board of Commissioners who had the ex
smination of the claims of our citizens
Mr. MeRae, bearer of despateles to Mr.
F lli-, has returned. The N. 0. Adverti
icr says of his mision, it appears that
aina Anna refuses in surrender Mr. Ken
stall. on the ground of heis being an enemy.
and an abettor of the Texians. whom he
pleases to regard as invaders or the Mexi
canterritory. It would appear. further, that
the evidence of Mr. Kendall's having a
passport, and of its destruction by the
Mexican authorities, was met Iy the state
ment of the Mexican Consul at New Or
leans, that he had not granted Mr. Ken
Mr. Lumaden had full intercourse with
Mr. Kendall fort a part of the time, hut at
lost was forbidden to communicate with
bim. No communication was permitted
with any of the prisoners, after the 20th of
FPlr aryT..Thopf them who were dt.
iiiinir in th city bf Mexico, were bud
fled together every night in St. James
Church, and with chains on their limbs,
were forced to work in the streets and
sewers during the day. They kept their
health well. Amang the sick were Mr.
Kenlall and Dr. Whitaker. They were
in the St. Lazarus Charity Hospital. Mr.
K. was laboring uinder the measels. Eighty
two of them were at Puenla working on
the roads. The only Americans released
wcre Combs and Van Ness,--andt that as
a favor so 'heir connexions in the U. States.
The proof that M1r. Kendall had a pass
port, is 'trong. notwishstatnding the denial
by the Mesleno ('onstil.
Therei is4 acee a correspondence in
Mexien, between Col. lice, the Texian
M'mister, and Packenhaom the Biritish Mint-'
;ster it one' side-. tand Satnta Attn otn the
'sher, retfritt. to the termitation of the
war. ,tmlithe re..nition of Texian Irde
pendtence.--The :s.'swer of Sata Ann is
salhmantrially thae stame as that contained itn
he cusrrespawifenuce with General Haumil
-The uilken ftir that! bsana. *srs stilliwe hearts."
'AR R lEI
As Triroity Chuarcia in this village. otn the
nor ning or the, 15th ist.. hy the Rev. E. E.
n Miss MART J~Acasr.r, dansahter of Satiune
Carter. M. D.. at Vernson N. V.
Wo ackinwledge the receipt of a handsome
ee rite above case.
SCRANTON & .MEIGS.
A UPE~RIOR article, put sap in asall.
~5packages for family use~jtit received and
ror saae by
SCRANTON & M5.IGS.
marchs23 g 'a
f~ILBE 60L D on the first M.,sd.sy in:
VTApril next, for Ciash. a sikely Negro
Girl, belonging to she es-tate of A- G. lisrtoni,
N. L, GRIFFIN, Executor.
march 23 2t 8
188 UARLOINE M. C;AlRTER i- now
Teacisng School at the Ridge isn this
[?istrict: her present term wall expsre' on the
Lst of Apsil next, at which tame siae will coms
nonce again and continue the bialance of the
rear. C. has beesn te-acing sevetal years.,
wo years in this District, andi is highly recosm
ned, and well qualified as a teacher.
Good Board catn be had is. the vicinity andi
ear the Scbool House, at from $5 o $ per
maarch23 e 8
- * eeU Petloes.
USH EL8 Seed Potatoes of the
qulty. Ibr sale low. for
subscribers plantation 4j
T HE Subscribers have just opene4 and
are still receiving. 4m fine a
STOCK OF GOODS,
as ever were broughi to this matiet, most of
which were bought for cash, which enables
thet to sell on very reasonable ferms; they
wohld therefore invite their friends and the pub
lie generally (the non-paying excepted.) to call
and examine them. and we will satisfy them,
that Goods can be bought as cheap in Edgelield
village, as Hamburg or Augusta.
FRAZIEK & ADDISON.
march 23 tf 8
11E Subscribers has laid in a fine sup
CL 'ilS, CASSIMERES3, DRA DE
and other Summer CLOTHS. and have em
ployed Mr. Joux COLOAX, to superintend the
and would invite their friends to call and see if
they cannot be suited. both in price and quality.
FRAZIER & ADDISON.
march23 tf 8
Cv.vnvwos, Feb. 26. 1812.
Order No. -
T lIE Brigadier General of the. 5th Divi
ima[). will order their severil Colonels. in
their respective Britud..s. to open nitd hold a
P'oll i.: their respective liegimenti. on Satur
day. the 21,4t of M-y iex:. ror a MJOht GEN
E I AL to fill the v.cancy created by ti- resi:
naition of Majr Geetral Thona F. Jon.
The Brigadier Genevrals will inmeiately af
ier the return, are vide to them. rendert -tate
mment of tie Pool, of their respective Brignales
to the Adaant Gtem-ral's otilee at Cotnlhia.
By order of the Cmotmm::n h-r-in- Chief.
J. W. CANTEY. Aul't. & Ins. Gen'l.
march 23 f 8.
CtIaL-xpos, Feb. 26th. 1842.
Order No. -
T lIE resignation of Major General Thomas
F. Jones. having been accelpted. Briga.
dier James J. Caidwell will command the Sth
Division until tihe vacancy is filled
Dy order of the Comnmnder-in-Chief.
J W. CANTEY, AdL & In.. Gen'l.
march 23 I 8
CLARESa-3o, 8th March. 1842.
Orders No. -
1 HE tfollowing Regiments and Corps are
ordered to parade for review and drill,
at the times and places herein mentioned, viz.
* Th.lt and 17th-e gments of Infantry
the Ancieat Battalion of Artillery, and thme
Charleston Light Dragoons. near Charleston,
on the 9th of April n!xt.
The Upper Blattalioin of the 31st Regiment.
nos Thuirsday. the 21,st of A pail. at a point the
Birigadier way deem most conavetment ; whom is
hereby ordered to report imiinediastely. to the
Comou~nnderi-Cier. vhe plac,- san melected.
The. Lower Battalion, at Georgetown, oni
Tuesday. the 26~th of A pril.
The :1-rd hitwiet at Conwayborough. on
Friday. the 2!9dm of A pril
The 32net Regimenit at Marion Court House.
on Saturday. the 7th ot Mlay.
The Corps af C~avalry will parade with thme
Re- imenta or BatLtli'.n moswt convenient.
'rho commissionied Officers of the 8th Bri
gade will eneamp on Monday, the 2nd of Ma y
nest. at Go.dfre - e F'erry, in Marion District, on
thec Great Pee De river.
The 29th Regiment of Infatntry, at Darling
ton Court Honse, on Tuesday the- lflth of May
Thme 20tkand 44thm Regiiments at Siumtervmlle,
on Friday the 13th of Mamy
The commiesionmed Oflicers of the 3lrd Bri
gade or Infantry. will enicanip ne-ar Barnwell
Court lionse, on Monday, the 23rd of May
In accordanace withi the nrrange-ments of Bri
gadier G~venl Janne.son, then cinmissionaed of.
ticers of the. 2nd Brigtade of Cavalry are also
ordered to. etinnmp at the same time anmd place.
The 11ish and -43rd Rtegiments. of Int'antry
wilt pa-raide at Baraswell Court liouse on Sa
nrday, the 2thm of'May.
Brigadie'r Generral Jamiesoni will order one of
the Treoo or Squmadronms ofrits lirig.de to pa.
tade- at thi~emame time ad place.
The ennigsioned amnd non-commirssinemd
Officers of thme l.egim.ems andi Corp. ordered
for review. n l aasemble thme day previ..ns, ror
drill and instructoun at thear respective places of
The Major GenteraLs and Brigadier General.
will, with iheir Stad', attend tho reviews witin
Brigadier G;ener-ils Hanna, Schnierl.'. ifam
mond. llopkins. Janieson, amnd Hlarlee arc
charged with thme estoisaion of so much of thtis
orde-r as relates to thmeir reapec-tive Brigades.
By order of time Commaander-inm-Chief,
J. WV. f;ANTEY. Adj't. & Ins.Gen'l.
mnarely23 f 8
C:.ARSnas m. crb March. 1842.
T H E followiant Aids-de-Camp to thme Comn
mnander-in-.Chief are order'ed to attend
th,- review at Charleston, viz: Colomels J. P.
tuickinjson. Johnr Phillipts. John English. J.
htarlemstoni Rend. Jr.. James MlcPhmerson, J. L.
Manning, M. S. Singleton. and G. W. T'aylor.
At the review. and encampmment of General
Hlarllee's lirigadie. time following Aids-de-.Caump
are ordtered to attend, viz: Colonels J. PhilIps.
J. Ilarleston Read, Jr., )I. 8. Singleton, and
G. W. Taylor.
At the review at Darhington Court House
and Sumterville. the folowing Aids-de-Camp
are ordered to attend, viz: ColonelsJ. P. Dick
inson. J. L. Manning, M. S. Singleton, and U.
Andl at thme encampments of General Ham.
mond's and Jamies~a's Brigades. the followin
Aids-de-Cam p are onlered to attenid. viz: Col
ouecs L T. W igfall. John Philips, James Sic
Pherso, John English, J. L. Manning, and G.
The other members tof the Governor's suite,
who reside at a greater distance, are also ex
pected to attend, if convenient
The Quarter Master General will attend as
many review. ad encampments as his time
By oarder of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. W. CANTEY, Ad'jt. & Ins. Geni.
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS AND
ORIGIN OF THE LIFE MEDICINES.
E reader may not rhaps be aware
"tlatheorigin 3of 'a Life Medicines
1tof a protraeted and 'iful ill
t orig' Inater, Mr. John Mo t. When
l, Mr. N. was a prosperous and Bour
rchant in the lower part of the city of
ofour most skilful physicians, he.
2ku of suf'ering, was prevailed upon
utltase the recipe of the invaluable vege
ablwprefsration now offered to the public.
trect ofthe L.fa Medicines in his own
so singular and remarkable, that he
dately determined to offer to the world a
aa , tu which he not only owed his lire.
bikappiness. The uniform success which
attended their administration in eve
. where a fair trial has been givcn
has been attested by thousiands, and in
i ay proves their intrinsic merit.
tra M Dtctzs-G!I atA. Ruaars.
medieines are indebted for their onme
Ir manifest and sensible action in periry.
ringsand channels of life, and enduing
renewed tone and vigor, and to the
lted fact that at a very early pariod in
history they bad rescued suderers from
1eryve of an untimely tave, afier all
tve nostrums of the y. prescribed
pfysicians, had utterly failed, in which ca
mnsy also, pemuaantly secured tint uniform
e.JZat othbealth, without which life itseif
likil.. tial bmlu. So great inilced had
eacy invar' proved. that it was
umely loss than mirac ons to tlhose wvho were
if"". 'nted with the beautifully philosophi
nciples upon which they were compouond
upon which they conequsently ar.t
XIJE PH(ENIX BitlT"ltA are so called.
ikiese they posses the power of re-toring the
ipirilg venbers ofhealth. to a glowing vigor
bout tha constitution. a the Phonmi is
sto he restored to life rron the ashes of its
I fdiissointnn Tihe Phm..ix Bitter' are en
4ii%.vegetable'. compoerd of rot' fouand im
min parts of the we-tern conin ry. which will
* i blv-cnre FEVlFR8 AND AUt-' ..r fall
: will never frail it crilicate entirely all
Qi0aite of .ierecnrv. it:ftnitel snoncer ihtin the
lstf powerful pr'par:tiuns"'f sassaparilla.
aqd rill ini:edi.itely cnre the detcerninatien of
BLOOD TTil E'lllE.1; never Aiil in the
uiihecs incident to pemng fema/rs; and will be
ihand a certa:n rentedy in all est" n" nrror s
= and seakarss ci the mioct simpaired con
ins. As a remedy for Chronic and In.
Jausar I-tRhnmatism. the ether -f the
PJnzIfi:tters will be demonstrated [sy tlei use
ofa single bottle.
. pkr reprietorrejoices in tie opportinity af.
116 fdby the difftision of the pre*. t6ir pla'cineg
TE ETABLE. FI tIl.DICINES with
iihn knowledge and reach ofevery individual
ink community. 'nlike the host of perii
gunekerie., which ho-tt of regetable in
ients, the Life PitW are pstrelt nd oL.LrLY
v L raatLx. and contain neither Mserenry. An
'iny. Arsenic, nor any other mineral. in any
Ai whatever. They are entirely compcsed
or ortI from rare and powerful plants. the
of which, though long known to several
n tribe, and receistly its some eminent
pF rtoceotical -henits. are alogether iu
ka n to the ignorant pretender to medical
scice ; and weie never before administered
in' khappily efficacions a comhination.
"he =rst opetation is to loosen from the coats
oa stomach and hboels, the various impu
rit and crudities coistantly -ettling aronem
iba; and to remove the har den, df fre< e, which
cohetro the convolutions ofthet smallinteistines.
medicines only larially cleanse the.e :
a ve such collected masses behind as to
costiveness, with all its train
ofviK or sudden diarrhea. with its imniinent
dagers. The fact is well kantwn to all regular
annonsists, who examine the human bowels
,ak death ; and hence the prejndice of these
wel'informed tni agaiss the gnack medicines
1of the age. The second effect of the VEGE
TAILf:; LIFE~ PILLS is to cleanse the kid
neyc and the bladde-r. and by this mean.. the
tive-and thc tue~-, the healthrnst action of wIrich
entiely depenids sipon the regulatrity of the
uriary organ-s. Thes blond. whbichi takes its
red~olor frotm the agency of the liver atid the
Iunes before at panecs into the beart. beimr thus
putrted by thes. and nouri'li,-d lev feood conr:
tog bom a clean stomach,. c..eiSe free ly thrirgt
the 'eins. r-eews every part ifithesy stemn. aned
triunphantly mount.< the banner of health in
the Ilootming cheek.
IT following are among the di..treteing va
rietyofhnt.:an diseases. to wihich the Vegeta
ble Life Pills are well known to be infallible:
D'fShPEPSI A. by t mronighly cleantsing the
first md second stomssies. and cating a flow
acre kid :-Flaulecy.l'alitaionof the
Ifeat'. Loass of Appefife. llrarlt-ur nd Head
ache. Rstissness. Ill-tmeper. Anziety. L.ang'our
and 5dancholy,. which ar-e the general e~y:np
tome of Dysp'epsia, will vaniali. aS a nintuaral
conealuence eof its corre. ('asiireness, by cleans
ing tihe whel. lengrth of the inte-stinles n ith a
solvest priocete, and without violenuce: all win
I ecnt purges leusves she 6ewel, eslive within
two thfs. Dliarthrra and Cholern, by remoiving
the slmr' gfthd do by which ftsene conmsptiaits
are oceationed. ande bry promoting the habri,-a
tive seeretins cof the minacons membrane. Fe
rersu of all kinds. Iv restorcing ste blood tee a
re~utsr circuhatioen thrrgir the peroce-st of per.
spiration Ut someis c-cse'. and the thoronuth solu
ticon ofall intestinal obstrections in others.
The Lifih .3ledicinre have been kown to care
haiss p rm neily in thre~e weeks. and
Gainhfthe~ time, by remnoving '---t iflam
mnation, frocm 1he imelases and ltjraenenits of the
oitsl Dpies qf all kiads, by freeing and
trnheigthe kidneys anid bladder: theyv
operate most delight fuly on those important or
gans, and hence hayo ever Leeni found a cer
tain remedy for thieworstcases of Greed Also
Weorms, by dislodging (ruma the turnings of the
bowels tite simy mnatter in w~hichi these crea
tures adhere: Asthma amd Ceasaption, by re
lieving the sir vessels of the lungs from the mu
cene, which even slight colde will occasion,
Iwhich ifnmet reumoted becomaeg hardened, and
prodneeethose dreadful diseases. &esrzy, UL
cer-s. and hieetieores, by thme perfect purity
which thsie Life Pills give to the blood. and al
the hatmor &ortbutic Erpionus and Ba Com-.
plzieus,' by their alternative etfect upon the
fluids that feed the skin, the morbid state of
which oeeamiouk all Erxpliee complaints, Sal
l,,e, ,amtothrdisgecal Complarioas.
TIe usethese Pills for a very short time, will
ef fect antentire cure of Sailt Rhesm, Erysipelas,
and a.striing improvement in ihe Cleaess of
the Skis. Cams Colds ad lqtflernw, will
always be cured by one dose, or by two, even
in the worst cases. Pils,-.. a remedy for
this most distressig and obstinate malady, the
Vegetable Lifes Pills deserve a distinct and em
bhatic roeenedation. It is well known to
hnndreds in this city, that the originator of
these valuabje Pills was himself afflicted with
this complaitfor upwards oflhAk'fy-e. years.
and thatliW tried in vain every remedy prascri
bed withid. the whble compass of the Materia
Mfedica. -fe however, at length. tried the' Me
dicine whichi he now offer. to the public, and
he was ensed in a very short time, slier hiis re
covery hadhbeen pronountced not only improba
ble, but absolutl impossible, by any human
All that Mr. Moffiat requires of his patients
is to be particular in takinugthe Life AMedicinesa
strictly neeordinig to the directions. It is not by
known as lot No.
r 104, the property or8. -
the house and lot whereon dece
- rarnon & Mundy vs. Edmund
son. Penn & Braunon vs.. the
Montgomery & Fisher, ussignee, Vs
r same.500acresof land. moreorless,
r SAral- Stallworilh vs. Sherrvnd Corl
James Stewart. and Randall iamse
- S. Coaley's interest in oneo hundred a
- of land where he now lives, -adjiining
r John Rogers. and others.
Wm, Garrett, sen., vo. Gorge DelaAgh
fer, two negroes.
George Sybert vs. James Morris Jr.
William Binckhalter vs. the same & James
i Morris, ar.. the tract of land where James
Morris Jr. lives.
W. T. Minter va, Mary and William
Strome. Adon'rnt. 200 acres orland more or
less wIin William Strome lives.
James Randall. for the ne of John D.
Williams. vs. D. Z. Wright. 500 acres of
land. more or less, where D. Z.Wright now
The President & Directors of the Banlc
of the State of South Carnlina. vs. Jolm
Evans, seveny acresof land. more or less.
adjoining Cnd, 1eig and others,lving on
the North side f the Martintowni Road
abont three miless froin the Town of ilau
George Parrmit, vs. 111itchell and Ilan
some. three tnegroes. Sarah. Eliza and her
child Simkins, four clocks. saddle and bri
del, levied on as the property of 31.' A.
W. 11. Yeheiell, vs. Margaret Ogilvie
nod Talbert Cheathan, the trac of fond
where defendant Ogilvie lives. contin
ing three hundred and sixty acres mare or
Jatnes Purvis, henrer. vs. Charles La
mar. -.seentornf Wm. If. Cary. deeased.
2000 acres of lcod more or less adjoining
Jacob Wise and others.
Ellen T. Wallace.Execuirix, vs.Charles
Lamar. the ahove dcsoribed.-Propery.
Gooidnin, H arrington &C. sD<
son Aikinson. 600 acres , moro or
less, where lefendant liv
Casper Nail, vs. Alhuer'Whiitl. three
htundred acres of land, more of less, whers
dereudant lives. adjoit'ing D. Atkinson,and
WrightBull & Co. vs. Rudolph Cartsr.
five thousand acres or land. adjoinitrgJohb
Wise, IW. S. Iloward. aud others,
Catherine Griflin, vs. the same, the
above described property.
Betjamin Evans, vs. Elizabeth Cloud.
the defendants interest in the tractor land
where she now lives, containing three hur
dred and fifty acres more or less, adjoining
A4lnilla Miles, and Benjamin [loward.
Charles Latcar vs. Julius Howard, John
floward, and Rosdolsh Carter, live thnt -
band acres of land. more or less, aritin:
Johtn Wise. W. S. Howard. ant others.
levied on n the pioperty of R. Carter.
Charles Lamar. vs. John Howard, Ju
lits 0. Pardue, and Rudolph Carter, the
above described property of R. Carter.
E. Jackson. bearer, vs. J. C. Pardue.
Daniel McA fee. bearer, vs. the same. Tho
State, vs. the same, two Negroes, vi:..
llnnah and Bobl.
Ilottis Diunton, for the use orfBates
Wlrenn. Setur. vs. Tnlbert Chteatham, 000
na:on and two horse.,
Jatmes Sheppard & 13. T. Reardlen. vs.
Talbert Chaeathamn, thc above described
Perry & Dozier, vs. James W~heler, se
venty-lve acres of land, more or Icerr,
wrhere defendaTnt lives, adjoining Tierniton
Coleman, and others. Terms Cash.
S. CilRISTIE, s. r.o
March 16 e '7
State of South Carolina.
11. llutchison, Cashier, Frdsr
Turner Goisit. Fortgagsue.j
B Yan ore rmteCourt of Coin
mon Pleas in tleabove case. I shalt
proceed to sell ssn the first Monday in
April next. at Edgefield Court Ho~use,
two L~ots in the town of llambhurg. known
in the plan of said town as lists Nos. one
andI two.i lyting oin Centre street Ott a credit
ofC six months, titles to be signed but nta
delivered till the whole or the parehase
money tbe paid, and if the purchaser fail to
pay thte ll amount of the purchase mefey
whten due, the property to he t'e-sold e<
for cash, on account of the tfopmer pur
chaser. Costs tolbe paid int eash.
S. CiHRISTIE. s. r. D.
march 10 e 7
State of Fouth (Carolina.
Stephen P. Oliver & wire,
Precions Lark & Win. Ra.Thi- i-.((UT
ford, Executria & FNxecu- oud Ii0f
tor of John Eark. dec'd. .44.
NT appearing to my satisfasction. that the.!.
fendant W altiatm Raiford. resides ..ut of tsm.
State. On motion of complainants .46hei-or e .
Ordered~that the said William Raitford. d'o p~e...
answer or demnrto this bill, within three maon:hs
from the puoblication htereof. or that the said !5'
he taken pro confesso :against him,
J. TERRY, C.E. E. D.
Edgefield. March;,. $4e.j 6 3m
State of South C'arolinla. 1
Anna Maria Terry, )Bill far specifk~
've;' dehreryof Sta
Daniel Brunwon, tand others.) $re.
IT appeing to toy satisfiaction that Step
ITerry and Jane his wife. the children\
-J.ohn Parlnnan by) his late wife Ef
merly Eliabeth. Buckhabzer,
Polly his wife, some of1
ease are without
1iiniefrhtyy 1 i their
credit. It is alone by tho
Advce to femaes.-Fepules who
health should nevet be without the I
cines as they parify the blood, remove
tiontsandF gae the ukin a beautiful, clearen
thy, an lfooming ap ace.
To Pere and others.-Persons of a pleh&
ric habit, who are subject to fits, eadeii.
diness, dimnes of sight. or drowsiness, ro
too great at flow of bood to the head. ishouk
take it frequently. Children, and persons a
all ages, may take them at any time, as they di
not contain mercury. or any ingredient that rt
quires confinement or restriction of diet.
To Elderly Perous.-3lany healthy aged in
dividuals. who know the value of Moffat's LiA
Medicines, make it a rule to take them two o
three times a week, by which they remoivo ti
causes that produce disease, preserve taiei
health. and keep ol the infirmrities ofage.
Headsof Families hould always keep a qan
tity of the Life. Medicines in the fronse, naa rem
edy in cases of muddet illness; far by theii
prompt administratiot, Clotdera .f orbas, Gon
an the stomach, Cram ps. Spasins. Fever, ant
other alarming complaints, which ton ofrtet
prove fatal. nay be speedily cred or prevented
Factsfor Mothers and NarS.-It is a fac
established by the annual hills of mortality, tha
one half of the children born are ent ofbfair
attaining seven years of age. nnd the fruitfn
soutee of this mortality is fouand to exist in tha
foal state of the stnanach and bowels which pro
diue the generaition of Wairms. As the safe
restorer ofinfintine Health, in thiscritiral stante
the Life Medicines have long held a distinguish
ed reputation: and fair (oatdness of the stomach
and bowele, and convilsions. althouigh Woornt
umay not exist, it is allowed too be superior ta
Fear sale by
C. A. MEIGS, Agent.
marrh 23 ly S
N Flcection will he held at Edgefield Coar
l ose. oiniiatanlay the 26th inst.. for a
Itrat Lieiteatnat. and natn to fill all vacancies
that misay them occur in the Troop.
By eorder of
Capit A. J. I.%3131OND.
Lient. Andersin. John Fair, aid 1). Roter
sots. are appointed Ilaniagers.
march It; 2t 7
U. S. Harmshal's Sale.
SOUTIH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
Y v-rtie rat n writ of Fieri -'acias. tt rne
directed. ron the litonorable the Circuit
Casor of the Unriaed Stat,. far South Caroolinla
District "ul uli e sold in trmait of L.dxeleld Courit
Hlaouse, nos Wednesday the 6th day of April
next, at l o'clock. .\A.
A valuab-le Negro fellow, named
Levied orn, anid to ie sold as the prorperty of
Io-lot Thurmond. at th arsit ofCharls i. Ifilt.
af Georgi.i. fAr the sne of the Gcorgia Rail
Road anl liantking Company.
Conditions cash. purchasers to pay fair title.
TIIOS. D. CONDY.
U .MNarshal, S. C. District.
12th Mareh, 184.1. 49 7
U, Se arshal's Sale.
SOUTH CAROLiNA DISTRICT.
BY virte of a writ of Fieri' Facias, to me
directed. from the lalnorable the Circatit
Court of the United States. fear South Carlina
District. wi ll be sold in front of Edgetiehl Court
Hiose,. on Wedie.day the a hh day of April
uet. at 12 o'clock. 31.
4 Negiro Xlavcse
Viz. Luaeinda, withe her three children, named
Winray, Mary. atral Charles. Levied otn. adli
to be I'd as the lroperty of ltandal Delangh
ler, at the niia t fharles 11. ilit. of Georgia.,
tor the u!e o the Georgira Itnt Road and Bank
Coanstrns edh,. puarchaaer to pay fiat title.
THOS. Lb COJNIY.
u. s. Marshal. s. C. Lnista'r.
?2th Marcha. itt2 .41 7
U. S. MarshaI's Sale.
80)LTII CAtROLiNA DISTRICT.
B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Faciaa, to nw
elirected. trme~ the'lionrorabic the Circij
fCourt of' the United States, for Sonth Carolina
District, will he soild ont W~edneada ate 6th iii
A pril next, at 12 e'elock. .31.. in frint of Eiage.'
lie-Id Coaurt Hoea., the foltlowing vialuaablr
SLA VFE8. vi. nine negro wornmrn Miilv. withl
het two children. Mary anid Liddy~ : on'- naero
womanaate t: also, .ne niegro girl inae Betty.
Levied on, andI to he sold rae thie prperty of
Geo.rge Wa. Thnrmnondi. at thme suit of Chnrrlies
1.lHltt. f Genrgiu.
Conditions cash. pnrhacr to pay fair title.
THO'S. D. COPNDY.
U S Marshal, S. C. Distrid.
12th .ai:re. lI di t 7
Richard M. Jihnl.fll
W [L~ L1BE SOLED at Fage'i'el.l Conri
ltimate, on te first Monaya in .4pril
next, one Negra woman. Fan. Tea he re
snahl on account of fiarmer pnurchiaser. lhe
failinag to coamply with the aermas of salc
which was cash. Terms of thi stale camh.
S. CIIR ISTIE, a. ,. at.
marcha 16 3t 7
State or South (Carolina.
to M1ortgage F, Fi Fa.
ILL BE SOLD at Edigefield Couir
House, on the first Monday in A pril
next, in the above stated cases, two Ne
groes, viz. Ned and Daniel.
S. CHRISTIE. s. ?. n
march 16 &t 7
State of' South Carolina.
Dr. John E. Bobo
vs. Fi. Fa.
W IL L BE SOLD' on the 29th instan
at the late residence of John Tay,
lor deceased, the following property, yiz
one old negro woman Saruh.one wagon ant
appararus, three headt of horses, elevet
head of cattle twenty three head or hogs
one clock, one piano fbrte, one gun, plan
tatioo Bloolar househohl and kitchen furni
tare, corn, bacon, and many other articles
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
March14 1842 (SI 50) 2: 7
ASPLENDID new PIANO FORTELo
Aterms toant thae times, ap Io~
Bacon, or Mr. A. A. Clarke,at