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La were going in,
eiaki a .stacd there
o have been abandon
ng to Bastrop, and
pine. Gen. Burle
Rom Bastrop for the
al this is that our people
dismayed or disturbed, but
*0 opportunity to avenge past In
show to the world their ability
Lain their independence. Some
me may elapse before a decisive battle is
bad. but when it does come the world
will read a repetition of the scenes ofr
Jacintho on an eblarged scale.
To THE CITIZENS OF TEXAS.
MY Coeairymn.u-RuMors tanve been
brought from the Southwesterl frontier
of invasion. particulars have not been
fm- to the Ezecutive. The facts
ag*S ctent tojustify immediate prepara
tioinsTr defensive war. Allwho are com
manded to be in readiness to. sepair to the
scene of action, at the call oitbe authori
ties of the country. It is ordered that the
Colonel of each counry for the present,
lay off the county into company beats,
and direct the election or Captains and
subalterns; and arrange the members of
each company in three classes, agreeably
to the classes in which they may draw.
When drafts may take place, the ColoneL.
of the dil'erent counties shall have author
ity and power to accept efficient substitutes
Each man will be requirediia the event
of a call by the Preident, to report hiansell
furnished without good urms, eight days
provisions and one hundred rounds of am
munition, and prepared for three mouths
service from the time when they may re
port at the head quarters of the army.
in the 44"'t of a formidable &asion, it
is needesa'siitapPe4a Vt Patriotism and
valor of Tiiians. The" bae won liberty
and indepeiidece by their undaunted hero
ism-they have enjoyed the blessius of
freedom-they are proud of their national
Ifnaalon shonld press upon, as we are
required by every sacred obligation to fam
ily, (tiendS andcountry, to repel our inva
ders with discomfiture and dismay. If
war should come up en us, we will make
it our business. We will be authorized to
meet and parsue our enemirs witb venre
ace, They have forgotten the generosity
with which they were treated when they
were placed at the foottool of Texian
mercy! They were saved when even hu
anny would have justified retributtve
vengeance! Should Mexico again diare
the ezalted principles of civilized and
warfare, they shall feel that
recompense for oppression and cruelty!
Texas can and will he (ree!-they would
prefer death to degredation, or the loss of
Galveston, 10th Mlarch, 18423.
Frese New Odsteas Buuet in. l8th 'it
THE TEXA$ MEETING.
A tremnendous meeting convened at
Banks' Arcade last night in pursuance of
the call in ttme public prints, when the fi
lowing officets were appointed on motion
of Judge Wadsworth,-whoicalled the meet
ing to order.
Gen. T. Foote, Chairnan.
A. C. Bulliti,
Judge WVaosworth, Vice Presidlents.
Hi. G. Heath, Secretaries.
F. A. Sawyer.
The following gentlemnawere appoint
ed by the Chair a Comeanittee to dratt ret
olutious. viz: A. C. Bullitt. Esj.. P. W.
Farrar. lHon. Rau-lall H an, Hiu. Tr. .
WVadswcirth, C. K. Johuson, Esq.. TI. J,
Wells, A. U. Sanders.
Comtmittee of fivo. with power to ap
point Sub-Committee, to collect sutbscrip
tions, &,e.. in aid of the Texians: GJen.
Bedford,J. F llanthrona. H. 41. liear',
Dr. D. J. Rodgers. A. Austin.
The following resolutions were reported
ad adopted byr this meeting, unantmouuly.
Reolved, 'I hmal in the opinion or this
meeta.g, the recent developement of the
purposes of Santa Atnna. first, it. the de
tention of American citizens,.taken prison
,.rs, under precisely the .iame circumstan
ses as attended the capture uof British sub
es, whbo were immtediately released, and
set at !arge at the aequest of .:he Englishb
minister; S.ondly. in the terms of dispa
ragement and agqroach volunteered agenuet
the people of thiS '-untry tann our govern
mnentita his official le-rt General lamn
ilton and Colonel lce ; .ir.Ily, in the de
nial of the Mexican Consiu- in New Or
leans, of iavting giveni tom one ,"'ihe .Amer
ican prisoners. (George WV. k#o.gul.) a
passpoart to cnter the territory ol .s1 e
which passport it lhai been -abunadabti
proven, he dial rurnsish thaut gen:.iematn bo
- fre his departure for S iota Fe, atnd by
various other acts ofC greater or lcmsa mnpor
'tance, conducing to the samne conc-luso,
a ent grounds b'r believing thtat ste
Anus,) holds said pritsoners as Tex
andl will contrary to the laws
mnanity or religiomn, execute
- al ties, punishtneute and
-ressorseless and blood
think fut to award
revoked his wrath.
etentiop by Santa
s, who have ae
sely fallen into his
~to regard themn in
* Jhsats orfTezar,
- . e able
towards the i
a11, the leten- I
' agnta Anna, Ih f
tidedis In Texas, i
I eeha. he intends hold. a
uhemscc able for the.awts of a Gov- ii
erinent oths'tthan the United States, or t
which theytui citiaena, is such an indignl- I
ty towards the States, and ed'nteitining.of b
h vernment thereof as to justify the I
immediate resort to the most rigonus
meansita the power of the nation to re- s
d. That in consideration of the c
p importance of the occasion. the a
dauger' to the lives of those who are alrea- a
dy, and have been for a long time defrau- t
ded of their liberties, it is proper for the r
citiens nearest their oppressed or mana- (
cled countrymen, to embrace every occa- s
stoo to afford them succor assistance and I
relief; whether by centribuion, or money r
and clothing to them individually, or in a
furnishing aid to those whose success in an a
itmpending enterprise, would ensure the o
same object. 14
Resoted, That the Constitution of this
country recognizes the right ofourcitizens r
to travel wheresoever they please, and in I
%bat manner they think fit, and in what '
numbers they may deem prudent, provi- v
ded they do nou embark as an armed. or- ii
ganised body1.direct for a country at peace I
with ibese lOnited States, fOr the 'purpose ii
of warring upon said 'country-and that v
persost so leaving this country. for the s
purpose of redressing 1wrongs done their t,
countrymen or indirectly to punish o(Tencces
against their government, are performing p
an act next in patriotism to the defence of I
their own soil from the root of an invader. I
Resolved, That ibe Republitt of Texas ii
is at peace with that of the United Sates, v
and it is iherefore lawful for the citizens of 11
this country to go to Texas in what man- i,
ner ani what times, and in what num- ti
bers th -tiink fit; provided they have no 1i
hestile purpose towards Texas, and that a
when they arrive in said Republic, they
have a right, and it is proper for them to:
do such acts and things as may be conda- a
cive to their own good, the assistance of,.
their fellow citizens, and the redressing of p
wrongs done their touiirymen.
Resolrd, That a committee of five be
appointed. hviing power to appoint such
other committees as they may think fit, for j
the purpose of carrying out the general ob- f
jects of this meeting.
Afurder.-A lettet from a Magistrate in h
St; John's, Berkley dated March 20, direc- 1
ted to the Sheriff of this District, states
that an atrociou, murder had been cnm
witted. the night before, hy . one Thomas-f
W. McCants on tne body of Williimre Ladd;
and calling on the Sheriff to send officet
to arrest the prisoner-a duty which the
Sheritf promptly perfurhied. The Jury r
of Imaquesi, the next morning, brought iki a
verdict of murder.-Charseston Courier.
PHILAD.LVii. March i8. c
Zoo More Banks Gon.-The process ti
is nierrty, if taut quite completed. of wiping
off the iansolvent banks which have alwave
stoqci t the wiay of the sound ones, and A
prevented resumption. The roti which td
was coimuaenCed .e a the .ennaL I
Tiisijione of the iitefbanks, contin
ned one day, when the institutiod -closed
its doors and officially announced that they ~
would not be opened aga. The run yes
day murning .was then transferred to the~
Metc~hanic.' B.enk; In Thirdi street, above
Ctientut ; and atfeer st abating it aboutr tre
hotus a, it Ibalowed the example of the Penia.
Township and shut up also. There w as
also a tarisk rust uapont the .Mnatafdctures' *a
.,nd Mehannic,' itauk, rortaerof Third anda
Viane street ; winch stood the test. andeon-'
tinned pay ing until the usuaal hour of clo
attug thes batnk. The .llotianensing also
camea in ftar a share of the disittuit, and a
run wais mnide upon it, but it met all the
demainitds against it. Three of theaebanki I
are tihose which arcpted thae Relief law E
paas~ed last se.aston, aud put forth the "Re- Ii
hief"' issues. It was ge~nerally expected
itse that h:ave failed would go the moment
ehaey were held to anay accountability, and
it is genearally, believed to be all the beiter
that they ore out of the way of the others,
thnugih mdeth individual loss is experienced ,
ini con.'equenice of their railure.
Of the other hanks, seven it learn:, it is
cotntietly stated, will noaw commeince -
doing leusees on a specie basis. The e
soundl banks have prep).rred for an inimeidi- I'
ate resumtption, several of them yesmeeeday
paid specie and issued their own nutes.
Fnous the Richsoued Engudrer.
atot-r or si:aaci - rus -rhaTTr.
Tin, Northerna paper-e confirm the sug
geston, whaich we threw out in our last.
viz: that General Cats is the author of
'-Ana Exatmnation'' of the question con
cerning the Right of search. pen-dine lee
tween Great Britain and the U. States.- I
The New York Express sles, that -Thie
Lonadon Times has a long cornmrentary
upon at. It admits thai it is temtperately
worded, but considers the publication as.
designed to prteveni French Mlinai'ters froms
siguita the treaty for the right of recipro
"The Courier Francais, .'arly in Pehru
ary, anuouanced the arnaval in Pati,. tr M r
Whe-aton. or Minister at the Court tof 13er
lin. .It is belie 'ed.' adds that paper. -that~
dhe object of this dliplomatittt, is to oppose
ik ticatin ofthe treaty relative to the
The k'ris Correspondent of the E xpress
says: "It "A'ident fom the late torres
pondence betts'i, Mr. Stevenson and
Lords Pahmeretoa "ad Aberdeen. and
from the tone of the Enan-a papers sup
posed to be in the ernfidence of the Minis
try. that is it the intention of the British
Government to revive the old andt irrltta
titng claim of the right of search with re
gard to*American vesees, and to urg~e the
Govenment of the United States to be
come ai party to this Convention. The
intentiotis of Enland thus intimatied have
caused the deepest interest to he felt in the
debate, which hasjast taken place in the
Chamber of Deputies, upon the part taken
byFrance in4 this treaty. The English
Gprment udoubtedhy calculated upon
X D DISTRICT.
r * edgeeeld District.
16'E. Badie, bath applied
*sof Administrainit de bo
Mti. and singular the goods and
ch' and credits of David Bodie,
trict aforesaid, deceased.
tbererore, to cite and admon
is A lar, the kindred and credi
torse deceased. to be Rnd appear
be Itosqr next Ordinary's Court ar
the.as t to be holden at Edgefield
on the lIJh day of April.
~i ' canse. if any. why the said
Admi don should not be granted.
Gi W tmy hand and seal this 28th
day , one thousand eight bun
dred two. nod in the suxty-sixth
year rcan Independence.
. TOWLES, o. z. D.
Atarch 2S 1842. 8:4 124 b 9
T H rbes have just opened, and
a rceiving. as fine a
51*E OF GOODS
as ever were brought to this malket, MOt of
which 'w5ibought for cash. which enables
them to si'on very reasonable term they
woldsfore invite their friends and tie pub
ie generU5y (the non-paying excepted.) to call
and examie them. and we will atisrf them.
that Goe can be bought as cimap in .dgefiell
villags ,4aaburg or A-igusta.
FRAZIER & ADDISON.
mari4 -f 8
T HE-1labscribers has laid in a fine sup
CL ' HS, CASSIMERE4, DRA DE
LAS. IlN IEN-S,
and other Summer CLOTHS. and have em
played (. JoUs COLG.AN. to superititend the
and wo) invite their friends to call and see if
they caOM be suited. ith in prieand qunality.
. FRAZIER & ADDISON.
maseMO -if 8
CL.AirLIoox. Feb. 26th. 1842.
T Hiesignation of Major General Thomax
F. Jones, leaving been accepted. Briga
diera JsJ. Caldwell will command the 5th
Division until the vacancy is filled
By odrof the Commander-in-Chief.
JIW. CANTEY. Ad't. & Ins. Gen'l.
SUPERIOR article. put up in small
for family use,just ieceived i.;
SCRANTON & MEIGS.
M S-UAROLINt. M. CARTER is now
M Acing School at the Ridge in this
Dstr present term will expire on the
= -MA6 1; . J f
2 ~. continue the balance of the
yea.- C. has been teaching several years,
two min this District, and is highly recom
eoe, and well qualified as a teacher.
Goos Board cans be had in. thu vicinmity and
near tbs School House, at from $5 to $7 per
mar.123 -e S
SC:.Anr'~Io , dthm March, 1842.
FE 1IE following Regimensts and Corps are
ordered to parade for revie w anid drill,
at the tites and pl.aces herein nientioned, viz
The~ lth and 1ith Regiatent, sif Infantry,
the Anuient Battalion ol Artillery, amnd the
Chmarleusnu Light Dragoons, near Chaklestda,
on the 9mb of A pril next..
The Upper Battalinns of the 3hst Re*giment,
on Thursday, the 21st of A pt ii, at a poinst the
Brigadier may deem most convensienit; who is.
herby rdredturepot immediately. t h
Commnderin-Cieftheplace su selected.
The in.wer Battalion, at Georgetown, in.
Tuesdaiy the 26th of April.
The 38&d Reg smnt at Conway borough, on
Friday, the 213Kb of A pril.
The 32nd Regiment at Motion Court Houe,.
on Satarday, the 7th uf Mny.
The Cetps of Cavalry will para with the
Regi*a.ob Battlin. miost convenient.
The comisionsed 00ticers ofl the 8th Bri
gade willencamop on Monday, the 2nd of May
neat, at Godfrey's Ferry, in Marion District, on
Use Great Pee Dee rivet.
The 29th Regimentdlf infantry, at Darling.
ton Cotut-Huse, on Tueaday the 10th of M ay.
The 29a ni 44th Regiment. at Sumterv ille,
on Fridiy~h 13th of May
The commissioned Otlicers of thec3rd Bri
ande of Infantry, will encaump snear Barnwehl
'ourt House, otn Monday, the 23rd of May
In seordance with the arrangements of Brn
g adier General Jamieson, the coutmissioned of
Beere of the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry are alMu
ordered toencamp at the samne tame and pilace.
The i1tbiand 43rd Regithents of Inflantry
will ~a aat Barraweil Court flouse on Sa
pn , of May.
BGeneral Jamiceon will order one of
the Troopeor Squadron. of his Brigade to pa.
rade at themmre time and place.
Thme coimisioned and non-commissioned
Officers of the Regiments and Corps ordered
for review, will assemable the day previ,,us, tor
drill and insuction at their respective plar. of
Th. M- General. and Brigadier Generals
will, wii r Staff, attend the reviewa within
BriGa eeals Hanna, Schnierle, H1am
moe, Hotia Jannseson, anid Harlie. are
chargedi -the esiesin of so nmuch of t:sis
order a rlttes to their respective Brgds
By orderaf the Commanderin-Chief
J. W. CANTEY, Adpt.& Ins. den'l.
man~ f 8
Stats of South Carolina,
B ENNET NOBLES, living on Rocky
creenear Jamea ShePr,rd's M Roaeds,
tolls betnre me, one bay MA R E elevenm years
old. biaselu, infoaf, both hind feet and heft
fore foot w3&bsaround the footlock, some white
speekioui her biek, mnane ana on the left aide,
log tail; shod all around, no brnd. Aimpraie
ed yAlexander Hanmbleton, Hiram Smith and
iet, Laingley, to thidllar.. March 7th,
I ' J. ISON J.P.
~minpc6 .45 7
V. S. Mars
Y vrtue ofa writ of Faeie
directed. from the Honorable
Court of the United States, for South
District will be sold in frontof
House, on Wednesday the thdy of AP#l
next, at 12 o'clock, b.
A valuable Negro fellow, named
Levied on, and to be sold as the proper f
John Thurmond, at the suit of Charles B. iu,
of Geo a, for the use of the Georgia Rail
Road ad Banking Company.
Conditions dash. purthasers to pay for title.
THOS. D. CONDY.
U. . Marsal, S. C. District.
12th Marich, 1843 4: 7
U. S. Marsbal's Sale.
SuU'fT CAROLINA DISTRICT.
B y virtue of a w at of Fieri Facias. to me
directed. fro..n the llsnorable the Circuit
Court of the CUited :4latex- rur South Carolina
District. will be sold ise f-ont of Edgetieldf Court
House. on Wednesday the 6th y of April
next, at 12 o'clock. 31.
4 Negro laveti,
Viz. Lacinda, with let three children, natied
Winny. lary. and Charles. Levied onn, as.d
10 be sold as the property of Randal Delaugh.
ter, at the suit of Charles B. Hit. of Georgia.
for the use of the Georgia Rail Road and Bank.
Cunditiobs cash,.irchaaer to pay for title.
THOS. D CONDY.
U. S. .Varshal. S. C. District.
12th March. 1842. 4t 7
U. S. Marslaal's Sale.
SOUTH CAltOL.\.\ DISTRICT.
B Y viirtue of a writ of Fieri Facinast, to me
directed, from the Hosonrable tin Cittuit
Court of the United Stale,. for South Carolina
District, will be sold on Wednesda) the 6th of
April next. at 12 o'clock, hl.. in front of Edge.
field Court Housc, the following valsuable
SLAVES, viz. one negro woman Mlilly, with
her two children, Mary and Lidday; one negro
woman Cote; also, ne negro girl naned Bety.
Levied do. and to be sold io the property of
Genr;e W. Thurmond. at die suit of Charles
B. Ilitt. sf Georgia.
Conditions cash. trchaser to pay rot title.
T)iOS. D. CNDY.
U S Marshal, S. C. Disrict.
12th Match, 142 4t 7
State of South Carolina.
Sibley & 1orrison. BU to Foreclose Mort.
Eliza F. Tutt. gge.
NTYrICE is hereby given that by virtue of
nu order from tile Court of Chateary, to
forecionte the mortgage in the above stateti case.
I shall offer for sale to the highest bidqier at
Edge-inld Court House, on the first tonday in
April next, the tract of land described in said
Mortgage, situated in Barnwell District con
taining four hniedred and forty (440) acres more
or lets ad hounded by lands ofrG. w. Cls ton
William Turner. Dr. Baily and others, on a
credit until the first day in November next. ex
cept the comts. which insti be paid in cash; die
purchaser to give Bond, and peronal security,
and a Mortgage of the premiuses.
J. TERRY, C. r.. E. D.
Coirm'rw. Ofgre. Edge.
field. March 5, 184-, ($4 81)
SMarch 8, 1842 4t 6
State of South Carolina.
Richard M. Johnson.
W ILL HE SOLD at Edgefiel. Court
House. on the first Monday in April
neit, one Negro woman, Fan. To be re
sold on account of forrtii purcinaser, lie
failinli to comply With tie terms of sale
w bich was cash. Terms of this sate casht.
mare~h 16t 7
state of South 4 arolina.
to >Mortgage if~ Fi Fa.
Allen Anderson. )
W ILL lIE SOLD at Edgefnchl Court
[H'use, on the first Monday in Aplil
next, in the above st.nted cases, two Ne
gros, v'z. Ned and Daniel.
S. CHRISTIE. s. E. D.
march 16 3t 7
State of' South Carolina.
Anna Maria Terry, Bilfufr sprtfie
va,. ddartry of .Mares
Dasniel Brunnion. and other.. )re
ITI appearingto mynnsisfaction that Stephen
iTery and Jane his wife sho cissldrei of
John Parkmian by hisn Late wife Elizabeth. for
merly Elizabeth Buckimilter. Fugitt anid
P'olly hiis wife. some of she Decfendants in this
esse are withant the limits of this State. Oin
motiomn by F. HI Wardlaw Complainants 8o
licitoir. Orderedl that said abseont defendants do
appear in this Hmotorable Csstir:.and plead,. an
swer anid dear to thseconnplaninanta Bill within
three mouths from the putblicaition osf this order.
or the said Bill will be taken proeconfess. against
I- TERRY. c. . r.. V.
Commissioner's Offte. March 5, 14d.
match 9 3"st 6
State of South Carolina.
Stephen P. Oliver & wife, *
Precious Lark & Win. Rai- t BlLfor Accounat
ford. Execuntrix & Execu- and Relirf.
tor of John Lark. dec'd.
State. On mnoti'.en of comnplainants Solicitors:
)rdored,that h said William Rialfhrd, do plead,
answer or demur to this bill, w jtliun three monathi
from theS publication hereof, or that the said bill
be taken po confess. against him.
J. T ERRY, C. E. E. D.
Edyrefeld. March 5. l842. 6 3m
Sr ate of soulth 4 arolina.
IN THEk COMMON PLEAS.
Josiah King vs. Foreign Attach ment,
Bemy Proctor, Deelaration sn A1ssunmpsit.
T HE Plaintiff having this day filed his declar
alien in my office, and the Defendant har
ing no wife or attorney known to be within thi
State, on whsom a copy ofthe itame, witha rukn
to plead. could he served. [t is ordered thal
the Defendant plead to the said declaratidi
within a year and a day, or final and absoluti
judgement -vill he given against him.
Clek' ~GEo. POPE, c. c. .
May 13, 1t141.' c. sq. 16
4eg etr moral, if not physical.iuest
iet'eonso wduld receive from Fra'ce,
ad he-efee t'o he iwoduced up'46ibe;
Inited~tates, liy ilia nigieal wMds, th
Ofacrt. obh great CAritian y eV
Estope. Our cnuntry was to be.
inecesary, by the combined power"-' W
'urope, to yield to a claim she had alway
teadily repelled, and to accede to a treatw
rhich contained provisions against which
he had invariably protested. and whicb,
leaforced. would have the efect orfdeliv
ring ber seamen to the tender mercies of
Iritish cruisers. But the result of this de.
ate will show, that the espectaiions of
uiglanl have not been realized
"An amendment to the address propo
d by a stiember of the opposition, gave
ise to the discussion. By this amend
tent, if carried. the Chambers would have
xpressed the disapprobation of the Treaty.
ad have certainly prevented its ratifica
on. Guizot, Thiert, Odilon Barrot, ter
yer, all the most eminent men in the
hamber, or every shade of opininn, Con
irvatives, Liberals, Carlists, took part in
te debate, not a speaker sustained the
retensions of England on the righii of
!arch, but all spoke in the kindest terms
rthe U. S.. and maintained the propriety
r our resistance to the claim of England
visit our vessels."
"We may now (continues the Paris Cor
mponden) make use of :he words of the
'imes. (though in a different sense.) that
war on the part of the United States
ith all Europe will be a novelty.' as there
i no disposition on the part of continental
urope, and least of all France. to inage
such a conte-t to forward the ambitions
iews of England. For this desirable re
Ait it is understod, that we are Indebted
) our able Minister Gen. Cass, who has
een indefatigable in his eflhrts to correct
ublic opinion here upon the merits of our
introversy with England, which had
een obscured by the mists thrownm araund
by theEnglisht presa.(the medium through
rhtch our affairs are known on the Conti
int) which with great art has kept up the
lea that the U. S. refused to come into
iis convention, because they wore unwil
ag to give up their participation in the
The voice of the French Chamber ap
ears to bb decidedly in our ravor, and
galist the Search-Treaty-and moreover
every press in Paris. save one, a religious
aper, it is stated. takes part with tho U.
tates on this question."
07 The friends of Capt.
J. SENTELL. announce bim as a candidate
it the ofice of Sheriff. narch 28 9
0? The friends of fcar
1OROUGH BROADWATER, announce
im as a candidate for the office or Tax Col
etor. march 9 6
07. The frien.Is of Col. W.
I. MOSS, announce him a, a candidate
>r thd office of Ordinary of Edge-field Dis
.I The W T eism of IPUg
WULBREA TH, announce hint as a candidate
or the office of Ordinary,of Edgelield District.
Se tember 30 tf 35
:The frens of Capt.
V. 4 COLEMAN. annocnce him as a
madidate for Ordinary of Edgefield Dis
Jan 19 if S1
07The iends of Shubel
TTA WA Y. announce him aso a candidate for
0 Office of Tax Collector, of Edgdeld Dis
I0The friends of Win. J.
IM KINS. Engq.. annsonce him as a candidate
er the office of 'hdinary, of Edgefleld District.
September 2. tf 31
. Nlcto e tice..
NAlcto will be held in this place on thme
elevensth (t ith) of A pril ne-xt. to fill the
scancy oacasioned by the resignation of E. J.
I is, WVarden. 1 IL Spann, C. A. Meiga.
tid J. G. Williams, will act as Malnagers.
. P LABORDE. Iarcadant.
mareh30 2 9
LL persons are forwarnted from digging
and hauling Sand or Clay. onl of a tract of
Lnd of min.. lamely purchased by myself, of C.
bodes. Eaaq.. known by many persons who are
ithe. habit of uasing it. as the Gridfin Sand, ly
Ig on the road leading, from Edgelleld C. HI.,
eb Pirne House, nder the peunalty of the law.
R. GO LEMAN.
Inarcli 30 d 9
I HE increcased denand for BRICK,
while we posess thme best materials for
making. together with an opportunity of burn
a~ thema in thme Furnace, baa induced us to in
ur the expense of procuring a Machine, for
nendin: the clay. and alhmo a supemrior quality of
loal. WVe'hallendeavortakeep agoodstock
n hand, of sucha as will please or customners.
.J. GIBBS & CO.
Pottersville, Alarch 29. 1842. tf 9
lIE at.eritser respectlnlly informas his
friends and the public, that hs has coat
RECElVING. & FORWARDING
f goods and paroduce. His best exertion willbe
nade. for themn interest. Mr. Geore Parrott
Las declined the niinove business inm has favor.
JOHIN E. MIcDONNALD.
H amhurg, March 24, 184g1.
Ud TlH Esabseriber hams declined the Receir
ng and Forwameding df amerchamdise. All goods
ereatter to his address, will be attended to. by
bir. Johnm E. McDonmmald.
Mr. MIcDonnmald isan ol-leitizen,a worthy and
nsmusi esso said I take tpleasuate in reconm
nending him ti. nay frmonds anmd the publie as a
rery ni agent.
Cotton and other produce senat to me for sale
trill bam e my attention as heretoloran.
Hamburg. March 24 2t 9
AVORY BLAND tolls before me an estray
MARtE, taken up at his ptanmtation five
nite. north east of Edgeheld Court House,
eith an old 8addle and Bridle on; her colout
s a dark brown, with two small addle spots on
he left side of her back ; no other marks or
trand. perceivable; she is four feet ten inches
uigh, supposed to be twelve years old. Ap
DANI '~L HOLLAND, kagistnrts
march 30 medt 9
W ILL BE SOLDI on the first Monday in
April next, for Cash, a likely Negro
3ir1, belonging to the estate of A. Y. Burton,
N.L. GRIFFIN, Exeutr.
march23 2m 8
known as lot !e
104, the property oT&
the bouse and lot wheredfs . t
Brannon & Mandy vs. gtinnt'A
son. Penn & Brannon vs. the satsr
o31nigomery & Fisher, asignee; n. the .'
same. 500 acres ofland. mot oi less,*W1erdi
Sirk Staflworth vs. Sherwood Coileyr
James Stewart, and Randall Iamsey;
S. Corley*' interest in one hundred acres '
of land where he now lives, adjoining -
John Rogers, anti others,
Win, Garrett, se-., vs. Gorge Delaugh
ter, two negmer.
George. Sybert vs. lames Aiorris Sr.
William Buckhalter vs. the sam'e & James
.Morris, sr., the tract of land where Jmnct
.Morris Jr. lives.
W. T. Minter vs, Mary and William
Strome, Adm'ts. 200crbs ef land more or
less where Willifint Sirotne livek;
James Randall, for ih'e use of John D.
Williams, vs. D. Z. WrIght, 500 acres of
land, more or 1es, where D.2. Wright now
The President & Directors of the Bank
of the State of south Carolina, vs. Johi
Evans, seventy acres f land. moreor lcss,
adjoining Cloud. Meigs ned otiers,lying on
the North side af the Marinaown Road
about three miless from the Town of flam
George Parrott, vs. blitehefl and Ran
some, three negroes, Sarah, Eliza and her
child Sitmkins, four clocks. saddle and bri.
,Ile, levied ou as the property of M. A.
W. 11, Yeliell, vs. Margaret Ogilvio
and Talberi Cheatham. the tract of land
where defendant Ogilvie lives, contain
ing three hundred and sixty acres more or
James Purvis hearer vs. Charles La
iat. Licecutorof Wm 11. Cary, deceased,
2000 acres of land more or less adjoining
Jacob Wise and others.
Ellen T. Wallace. Executrix, vs.Charles
Lamar, the above described ptoperty.
Goodwin, liarrington & Co. vs. Daw
son Atkinson. 600 acres of land, more or
less, where defendant lives.
Casper Nail, vs. Abner Whatley. three
hundred acres of land, more or less, where
defendant lives, adjoining D. Atkinsun,and
Vright.Bull & Co. vs. Rudolph Carter.
five thousand acres of land. aljoiniag Ja'hn
Wise, W. S. lloward, and others.
Catherine Grillin, vs. the satme. the
above lescritbed property.
Benjamin Evans, vs. Elizabeth Cloud,
the defendants interest in the traetof land
where she now lives, containing three he
dred and filay acres more or le-, adjoining
Aquilla Miles, and Benjamin llov ard.
. Charles Lamar vs. Julius Iloward, Joh[
lloward, and Rudollh Carter, five thou
sand acres of land, more or less, adjoining
John Wise. W. S. Howard. and others,
levied on no the pioperty of R. Carter.
Charles Lamar, vs. John Howard. Ju
lius C. Pardue, and Rudolph Carter, tho
above described property or R. Carter.
E. Jackson. bearer, vs. J. C. Pardue.
Daniel SIecjae, bearer. v6. the same. Thu
State, vs. the same, twio Negroes, viz.
Ilannah and Bob.
Ilollis Duntton, for the use of Bates
Wreno, Scor. vs. Talbert Cheatham, one'
wagon and two horses,
James Sheppard & B. T. Rearden, vs.
Taltbert Cheutimain, the above described
Pet ry& lhozier, vs. Jams Whteler, se
veinty-fiye acres of land, more or less.
where defendant lives, adjoining Trhortonm
Coleman. and others. Terms Cash.
.S. CliSTIE, a. r.. D.
Muich 1G c 7
State ol' Soth Caroijna;
II. ll.atchison, Cashier, Foreelosure 'j
Turner Goldsmith. Mlortgage.
B Y an order from the Court of Com
mon Pleas in the above ease, I shall
proceed to sell car the first SMonday ici
April next, at Edgefield Court House.
two Lots in the town or Hambur'g, knowia
in the plait of said town as l,,La Nos. on,.
atnd two, lying on Centre street otn a credir
o~f six months, titles to be sijned but nit
delivered till the whl of the purchaie
inoney be paid, and if the purchaser fail ii
pay thiefullanmount of the purchase mci e'4
when due, the property to be re-sold tfor
faor Cash, ott account of the former ptr
chas.er. Costs to be paid in cash.
.S. CiRISTIE. as. 1.. .
Tan Bark Wanted,
rI ho Subscriber, living near Mlount Vin
Itage, respectfully informs the Farmo .
Edgefleld DI)strict that be wishe, to purcha-- .
tweeui filly and one hundred cords of Tan. l:i
lie will pay in Cash, Leather, or SBhuo'.. te'
good Ied, White, or Spanish Oak flark.$3 p, e
cord, at the Farmer's plantation, if withain .a u-i.
miles of Edgefield Vitlage: or $5 per curd.
delivered at his Tant Yard. Fermers s h.. :w
or may be clearing lands, would tind istth. i.c
inmtrest to sve ail their Oak bark (or In ,i...
good hand can get acord ol bark per day.
two cords cane be thatted at: t oad. if: a m
made to hold It. The bark should be eovcr,-l
every evening wvith, boaruds or leaves, to u,
vent the rain'ffom in'uring it.
March 9, 1842 . 6 tf Near Mi. Ira?.
.E L. JEFFERS,
GENERAL COMatlIS810N M ERCILA.NT
HAMBURG, S. C.
W LLattend to Receiving and Forwsaid
ing Goods to the country: to rcceisinur
and selling or shipping Cotton, Flour and Is..- ,
coo, and will make liberal advaneces on all or~r
eles consigned to liim for sale. Will ab~, at.'
tend to the buyin of Goods for bhercebants and
Planters, for whic his commissions will be t.
march 9 inm .6
A.SPLENDID now PIANO4
terstomsut te p
Bacon ,or Mr. &A h