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'Under date of the
" it way be interesting to know precisely
how much of thmejoa. authorizedi by th. late
at of Congress. an.i to obtam w fitch such
atrenuous exertionts have been made. hat been
taken. I have ascertainad that na yet aW on@
est has been obtained-notwitheit:aing all the
, aussrtions and surmns'e of the presw ots al fe sub
ject. anid all the declasatwions in Coore s-The
act is that Mesais. Word & Co of New York
loaned to the goverunsent the Oum oI two hun!
-d &m l-. ifty theousanid dullar". tao upon s
to be reimbursed ut of the loan.
lAi-'ed. There are ao offers for the
sa:iand no steps havr been taken to send an
=o NEILurope for it. Mr. Charle Fentom
ireer as now spoiken olas a comnimasoner otn
*ewpart ot the government to negotiate the
lan. The President t aven the whole respon
-sibiity of this mater with the Seeretary oil the
M'rieay and has tot imerfered in it. lhe
.. asut lo obtain the Inut y is a n signial as any
oe foresaw or pitedlegd.
*It ts uda tat the tstaina reasots why timi
- goVrnmietat cannot get souney at at htgh rat
edinterst whe) toot y ii- s abusadatnt 'ntd the
sawotiterest so lo itm London, . t. uset.
aeeutaaity at out taaving an) reveueU alter the
30th if Junt. It bas beets declared by wor tn'ut
eminent men, that adutecttax. its ita0eul peatce,
would never be resoted tu;4'amto lainetd ltif.d
that is lost, and whill not probabl, sunau be re
. = overed; and at is doubted whetler aty ball
providing fur an adeqjuate and perusataeml re
*venne fron the custoesas waid be aoon passed.
- There appear to be ouftlient reasons for tle
hesitairm.ofcapitalits; both here and abroad,
rentmig to othera connected with th
uhck winch .iserican credit has re
It is the opinion, to-da , that the zenate will
concur with the igumse in tbesa reluctota ial
the Army aid Navy ,pprupriations. The ne
cesswty of reducinga expenditure as appacent.
and wial Ie tirged wath great effect.
- A b'it has ben reported tran the RetrencI
mre t Cointa ttete, reducing l sa ar ies of civ l
Olficers.or upt- governmuenet twent% jw-reent.
This luoma like retoria trutly. I woauld tt be
surpriaeu shmuld it oasm. The whigt ate ueep
ly pledged I retrenchment and tu demucraL
will not uppise it."
The samae correspondent under dte of tae
B0th alt. says:
- The ioess or Mhr. Southard. tihe President
pretmS. of the " etate, aiss pretentt baua, for
some timie, from ait nasag all las place au the
Senate..Ale is now in a redei icksburg.an Vir
ginsa, aasa avery craticl situatain-' tutich
so that his rectver) uiespaired o' it ta a umor
ed, to day, that he wa resig. hlsi place as Pre.
sident oh the *enate towmorrow.
"Great elcatetkst . xasts. Ia this cit) #is
consequeoe of the attenpted. aand probabl)
mnecessaful. auassaunaiutan at renrch. the senip
-bur. The affair as esavektsed an myo-ter. Pet
trich is a eame ot biselew lie olsternm integri.
ty, and perfectly itn..lteutne; and, withul. so
. islaiuly. t% bach at a numaeanina ne. as
satan P'haladesptna. fle ias been dioaap.
' from time to time. it geatng work
roma th govetietat or leom aanda aduals, and
is in a cuondaitin of exiteite povaerty. Thits ex
elaudes the suppomitaoa umat rubbesry was usec
object. As he was etertagbassatadis, ita aught,
about halt past niae o'clock. lie was tulloat ed
by two meta. Ele struack a bgaat with a ma:cha.
was unttaediateay ueazed by lins armats. s hitch
were forced ad l-d bottand haama by tut miaan.
while another stabbed himn ini severni pjaces.
There were four dangteruas wounds. th:s cries
for help brought several respectable c atizesm to
him. The studio was immuadalely upposite the
south wtall of the~ President's house. anal taot far
from the Treasury olice. Peitneh at stall liv
iing, ie cannot tell wham were thae a-sailastts,.
nor the motive oif the 'assault. Somse ptposeu
that the muotave muist harme been proie..onaal ra
valry. These as asoamo work-a statuate of
W ashington,. I beheve-to he executed ror thae
New York Custom House. which Pettricha
evould probably haae obtained. Some suappose.
that thin wa's thaecaus~e of his murder. The tee-.
ing on the subject iatdeej andutniverual-reach-.
ing even the Atoalu ot Conagresus and the Pat
dent's house. Mutat oh lhe carria::ess of the to
reign mintistrm, and of the most eminenwat citi
zens of Wshiaagt..n. heav, been at the ,nnadaa
during the day. The Prestidenmt w as ahere ear
ly this morninag amid wat d to removas .Mr.
P'ettrich lti hia mnaanain. bitt the stirgesus cont.
sidered it impracticalei N.. clue has laen
round to the assasstnas."
Our City.- Whtetn we say, that the
sound of the troe-I amid o1f the hammner. is
beard in rartous pats tif utr city. we
speak within the haoundls taf reason. The
foundation of a large bric-k house hoas al
ready -been laid, and the work men art-car
ryltng the building up vith roaidityt antd itn
a few more days, aother brick store will
be commenced. lmpqorements are aniny,~
on iridly, considering~ thse pressure of the
Our strects do not wear a dull and
gloomy aspect; but are etahvmned by the
bomrof h'asiness, the noisy draymen. antd
the tratmp of the in~dustrimus deal.-r. Nor
do we see matny idhiera hunrging out, nm
signs ror the wanat feneshaua'in::et do. Tm.
ay t s~st of our proasetr. w e are moav
ig ah' ; and nexta fall. w'ill lbe prepared
for the heavy huainaau wheh ntl ibe donmte
Th1'e following is an extrac't frnoz thae
SNvannah Georgian. of a lttner frosamion"
of the Amerienin Cotitos Phena. rs ian I nmi-aa:
"I lcan hire ive mean herm ftr si hia wssnalm
*be-paid in Georgia for a -,ttvt e-ar ..:d
boy arnd as many day labiorer-. ats I ws ta:.
at Eie cetsa day. and Eud .themaaselt
la -to, 1LA1XTR53.
Uftfiiliy received from our
ew we -have. been given to
otaf the timE is nt' far di,
Iiaklu f savW geost il. won i dhe
awi a popilr arena for entlerprwing ex
ti~s. .We have been told .I 'he rch
1:m1d in that rountlry fr flower%. whicl
nU1t1ld lie giveullb a reward to the noven
surmu piourer.'uuril our fancy almo- bhas
beu cheated into the teelief that Florida
was actually the land, which, hitherto, it
ly had been presented to us. through the
tediutn of our "goldcn drea m'i." Il %% -
ever tucl we have lent ourelves to the
sanguine anticipalitins of father- in this re
gard, we must avo .hat - i e %ere totally
unprepared to receive., bsea fle. stch an
sAeuorance a" is exhibited belaiot.,th-tt the
vision, atf Ihe speculator is in i fair way of
The kinduerss ofa itfrie-nd hos fusrnished u
nsti It e stilyoitied characteristic letter frot
C.'I. D. 31. rtewart. the fir"t mat n ho.
since thate commenla'cemntai ilt he war had rai
Med the siandard ofte Georgta planter, file
no fit I., hithesrin cl.simited, and pos,%'ei by
the retractory Seiintale.
Let the arned occupation g smit 61ll
aaoperatiion. and we will uondlertl..ke t, oil
noinre oil four on% n respnl,iailiy itat th.
war is po-itivel% *-closed for tht Ilast rime."
"CAMP D:..rG.. (E. F.)
- Nlyav 10. I-2.
My Drar ,%oir:-l n Ee . veral n eek
;fa1 a le-ngtIy (1r-l) etttle. stlaillg
rlatilig otter twitter% atat I hid -eccv.d
a romAinsion son Lie. M It. Patrick,
Supierint, ndnt iof sentlenitt it, Boi'lda.
authorsmag mile to rste a crolon) ad take'
p0... .po -- of the fine lnnd- bortering Lake
JA jkr. &C.
.amev '411d letter "-I haive seen sights,"
as tie crachers frequently ottrve. i ben
,hey iean to say. lat iley ve lbee
mouch engaged and ifeeply interetetd. I
-..4o succees ed in obtamail:1g one hundred
and sixty persons ft all age. % . and Or
Cupations tab jain me. attier Ittiug thet
knot of ih.- turiiijat atlarded tl% govern.
mnclt of transpxrtation. rati-.. artllt.
81amni3tion1, prote Oul. &c. I ten imairu
ed them, tIa: by an tiamed occuaipaicy of
the caoiutry tton, they %4otbll -icure ai pre
e'optiou riglit its oue liundred and -Ixty
acres of land an this rich util b veautil I
cosautary aboulaling In gaine. &. . The in.
dlueme'ni, held ait could not a re'ited il
htee bard itimes, amil the) conf luded thiat
thei raauill 1eal he w.Orstedt. I tlought so
tio. aild o he tilts daiy ot April. I and
imiN alv. nlin-rus pary einbarked (n, board
o the st. aiboat comimandeIt) b Gapt.
P.-ek. (sa hb the n ny i, an excellent
('aloni and lt)aali ng gentleman.) After
m;uich p rplexity and hurry, n% e go: every
thiog ball tardt. anl lun4 -hall I reienl
tier te day. for I a-sure you a greater va
rlet, ol aiti n-rt .nd things thrni i teogellther
hlg:'i -d, pei:ledy I think could scarcely
have been foundl in Noah's4 ark. Ste-sm
wasr glt syrt last, alid we hfirly off 71a1sm
Trader',I lali. i hien ihr et-rtal .serenade'
commebvned that aedl dai% and night un
il - e w ere all afely lstan iden the %la ss, it
of Fort Mellon. Ju..t imagine childiren
erXoUL. d , ral. ;.,, -i-din-an. aus..
gnackin,twukey s obIjlng, negroes snir
ing. %4e1b1t1 of lie old womIIenI scoldin-g, two
or three tiddles -ereaking at interals, ic
aionally strtan blon ing oil, and yotu miay
oms some- list le idea of the music alontg the'
way. Well, hete we are'. inu des.pite ol
ee'ary thing, antI here we are determmned to
remain. unliets the itdibans are imoere tat
jmerous than they arae reprented el1 ti be
ad hepsier tblhlier) than net are, for traaIy
this i- a ct'atr not to the abandoned'a it
powe..s-iatn ennlt be mlaintrtaned. Many of
lt'~eluon::a. have alres2ady tucceedehad in
fluding I udi:ma fieldsaa tof may ;abcn ed
ni it b lite labour to' produace heav'y cro~ps. anal
all hrave planated moalre or lest, I wal Inl
remark, that in my sravel.s thro~ugh nerarly
evr tate' in Ihe L.'iin. atlthouigha I haveti
nevb'e, L 'ace ly soil e'qual to this ne now41
T'l't'iver S:. .John is a m:gaifen'st
steamn. it andit itt nlumearouas Inket aboaunde
iw111h igh. Thle swiraps a~nd hiighlaind 'r
well stocked nsith game. Ona hirgh sitlia
titnls gooid water is 1o betat'ltineLd. De
penda on it. here is 5 he cousntry liar r ichen'
and paleastare, and the dray is rapidlyalt'
prcintg n~hen thsasnds ill Oc' teen
icing 1o at. hr' 't i- here Ihe orange' hhacimn
roim year to' err iand ihe sugarcae wtilt
t .-sl. Th'le smarsht trai uroianil thet
lake. asad side, aof thse rivear excel all othe'r.
and the're are tells of' lhousands of' acre.. ina
bodica, na th naot a treeC or stump1 toa retasrd
them froml beinag put in iaple order for ilhe
reepion or cotton,. corn. tugar, rice, sir
ay thi. g eiw'. ayV to all my~ old hrie'nds
wh Io live lay ('tlhivtrting the saal. s hat I aid'
'ise then, to hase- nob time, but COWne onl
here and jlli~e ha~ thaemsetalver'. No acci
deut as yet has I'Lfalleni any of' uay co
Onr ye..terdas, ias Messrs. Crane, Gatr
diner and Sulvan were co'inig homeai to
camlp. br'or i he reemnta. af'ter oalinag all
day with axe, and hoe', at htug-- tiger al
tempted iiicarryo't)' Air Slivaln, tbut fail
ed usnadoing~ to bay minsmga, hiie apriig bay
about thar-e feet. Metar'.. Crane and Gr
diner nere' readty aa a n~sa-aaent 50 assisi
dotan -. h sav;-go animhaal, ha'weave'r,
einlg he nas ousnumbehareda, fled. arnd nt a,.
pu-suaed tby Mr Crniane ', fine dog, whoba alto
rusd to Suohvan's mdia.
Int our dsdliaculie's, oftevery wirt, we have
beesn mtna kinally :ided antd eticouraged by
al the a'fficer..eat thle .Armya. TaCiat. .
K. hurnum'i and ha... commaaand. net lara' tan
der weigy abhaga isns, e'specially ta'oiu.
. aMh. l'stteia inlaa hr. .J. Wailkerl. A'.
Sa 'aaane of the' Coalo.y. mya hioti'i n..
isihed first. It i,. lii fb'eet e ade ai touar
eu hmtg. buil -I fpalmesno' ligs saruI cot
ewd-a wit h a peans hisrk. F''ecabin'. how
Ievr. aire beter smaoraed ntash he4ef, ponrk.
lor, r.'.e &c &ce. I hra' e .inu't raana sto
eat iaand -aepa.bIut untbing laore. Thlrn.i's
holla for ahe baulaince of tay lf.
,do as I have lehbe. the co~untry s
aking a liith,' trouble foi,; ansd a- 5"
e aulau. thesa not a rush. With
ifan-d twso adug-, Blackstone and
&i ride fur mtany miles away
eips, akgaue and.I'eaalesa.
9yforgnottn tn infarm Josa of'
an reat &onad forunt'. All
ildings at Fort Mellon have
tJoune by oarder of onrt
rb. h'am vell fixeda:
- t-Ing t e
groes are withitn four milesof it Prost.
shall, of cour'e. locate n) pre-emptli
and reside lrre. Your ..ineere friend.
DANIEL 31 6TEWART.
IrOm dhe AMartin (Ga.) Tdegraph. MaJ 3
Ulnry ahult.. LA -Tis getigtln-ua
moa-re famiharly know na as the founder (
ilamlurg, is now in four city. We ut
d-rinud he is looking up ie-timony prc
parateory to the great trial in the August
liridge case, which is to take place I
Edgeield C. H. Soutb Carolina, on Mot
daf teit. This case has been some
oddil venrs in cspourt; in it in involved a sur
ot tet'iseeu U m0and $60(0.000. All but th
otlicern aid hangers of the court we dar
s.ay, w'ould be glad si see the quesin
(hich., any than iniest metn could rh
irate in hull an hour,) adjudged, and ti
ioney- go where i Ielags-bui likel
enougli. it may coinnue iu court tweni
shuiz is a ma, orgenius and eterprizi
anld beyoind dispute, desierves a hlcter fai
hu het- has received. The machinatior
ot his enemies. or or an . vii genius, hav
kr, him ina law for uenrly a quarter of
<e ctlur% -tne expenscs of . hich it has ta
kena ne'arly or quite all thae prucied. of
long and indusriouss lfe lo defray. If It
have justice on his side, as many believ
et l..s. %%e hope the dy of his delivei
anre dran, anigh. The old geni'lemsan hin
elf (now ne'arly 70year. old.) appearsi
excellent health ani spirits. and very sat
guine of tMe result. lie thinks his en
mies nill have a nough e*.Od 1Harry' ye
We are sorry to learn that there is
sru.pect of late Wheat being coustderabl
minjred b) rust in the uipper Districis. Ain
1- heat i% said to lie les-s injured from Ihz
e ause, some lielis of n% hich have been hai
ve-led. Ito every other section of Itl
Umsed States from which we have heart
the crop is stated s tobe unusually fine.
Greenrilh .1U ntainerr
caliphe rnia Iraat.-We iave receive
a 5smfple of thlis n% heat raisied by Mr. Lul
ton aiis Aea-ou in liutt- conuy. which ca
be seen am our office. As is is an object c
great interest tis our farmers, we tras
critie a pari of Mr. Jlohn ljst's lettei
whocan lse ddressed at Lolson's Store
liust contmy. Ga.
--Ilaving obtained from Mr. Thoma
Speering, ofAhbevill-, S. C. a smallqaar
tity of his Caliphorni:a when.s I planted i
the Gir, ani nmadlc of' October lass. li
all I had about one thousanad stalkq u
suniclrs te stand. %% hich have or will pro
duce tat least Inents thousands headi
averaging one hundred and fliy grains I
[lte hetad,1. The grains are very large, ani
(of a beautiful % ellon lint, rich nud sweei
and io doubltt Will uake ithe' best or noui
I have ltaumt seven square rods of grnausnd
w hich will make hetween five and tei
hushels, and which would lie over on
hundred bushels to the acre. And it i
tIl be noaesses'd. that while most of th
comemon aiheat. throughout this country
lor she preet seson. lasts been grestl:
i rjud, taid sume 1 -fm he crops has e bees, I'u
entirely drtsroyed ha the rust iand suii
either. Asny perso wishing I procure hi
wheal. cau by forwarding loe 6i% v dollars
baare' put up for hn I wenty heads. nhlie
will produce, if nell muaaced. anid san oi
gotoi -od. at least ihree bushels. which wil
be sstficient seed to piroduce 10 oar 15 hush
rIs ine second seasotn."-A ugustam Cons
.4 Younzg Couplse.-The're is at preanr
exm~s sng min a le vamlner u l Privss (A rudeche,
;a younig 'ta n le. wh lose unaimed ages atnoun
to :307 years. The tsansd is 1035 year
old. and th, n sie. 10'2. In 1780. they~ quit
.,d shtesr pnaternal reof, snsd es talisha
athem.elve-s at Luocam.n sth. ~a, ak~ls of th
Mas. A ,aid emn~ sf enh, which maenr
lVm engulthedl thesr ceattage, fra::htense,
taem aa am Is1, a hems laey perche<'
thett-ve.. upion a roc-k. n' here thaey con
,tructed sa rude fatl opena tm thme wind ama
ram, an whicha ,besaltered cabain taey hav<
exi,ted ever ,msce Dura mime whole linac
thaesr eanly nouras.-hme.nt has been coar%
bareadi nand she msilk sif sa goat,. whicha ha
haen thae'r conistanmt cotmapsnion. Thtis ex
traoardisasry, cotsplet are still isa fullf puasses
stoma sf lheir mestinstit afspy..icalI fsaulties.
nssld . vena Ina- ) car thsey ne. re bausily ensga
gred in ruh~si..n e 5he- barren '-mil aromums
5 hei'r rock. Their preeens vigosr i-s sawsm;
tom their re goblmraty' amnd ex.-esssve nhstei
'ca-,nes, Unspossed byncssit . '[The oli
mant',, teeth Issre as w i~e'. andue hit eye~ssa
barightm. a.sle e of ae youang smn of' twemy
liI, ssaaw that .s' ha-s . norkeda ha~rd all hsi
life. lto: ne er remaetmbters latvingp commi'
teal ast e'x'e"'r eel any' nture wh' a.iatever.
Courier de la Drume.
The edbsor sf thes P1.. s D.'ale-r, aap
publi..hledt .s lIe'velfande. Ohlit,, is '.ery lib
e'rasl, fae sffe's -
--'A hsarrel of Iliardt Cider will he givenia
as cmee.kinm n' bi its C leveltand who w.il
sar d eon alhe resnrt-hsse step'a ansd singl th
..oseg eaf --T'iperanase asnd Tyler ta,
withoussit dlrissasmg, blushing~ or swearin1
dfuring~ thI. pesrformtsance,
--Any sman who '.wilI eet up a lioms
l.e:;sgue mteetingC ins thi, city. onmberin
20se.. Is. ,baltl have' te Irentm of the lo
enhlimsai un ixtuare--, free, until onme yea
f lrem taext Octobern. sir muntii Ilartin Via
B'ren i. ne elecssed Prs sidem of the Unite
A antt.~0E 5atA'r:,
Orim~le cminsaru'tioen hass recently hee
conisiarueed by~ Mr. 1). Mi. Csmsminags, c
K-:ast L'tean mr tht. Ssnte, wahich require
onmly about hfisthe5l ii'' poer required to pre
ietst its ordinsary use. Is is msadee
iroms..besut eight fees isa edinmeter, ead ju
hsaeh enaoumgh a n.ucrk ati. Its min fetnr
is ai hiorzintal whsee, with cutters at eac
tassd w' hichs romtates with as motion of aboti
sixty revosntiss pser minaume. The mat
chisne will ens sixteen shinagles, at each res
esluat.oer haffa saillion its ten hours.
The coss i.. $lItI.-Clremaont (N. HI.
For the leenm, tioS atnd water, hoopin
r'sogh, ipaeencuanhma; bile. exercimse; corm
,-nsy shoes. blues devils. emsployment; rhec
maitism, tiew fiansnel and panienceo; toOt
ache, pluck it our; debts, retrenchmena
n ri M ISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS.
ir4Edstor.-Please give the following ap
prmnt* s one or tw1 insertions inl the co
t the Adveitioer. and 'blige
Y ou n . M . 31. A D N E Y .
Chiles and M. M. Abney. Misiona
rif s the Ist Division of the Edgetirld Ass
cia wi commence their operaions on Sal.
trdaytberfore the 2nd Lord's Day in July next.
.O .aturday before the 2d Sabbath in July,
i 06 atur!ay beforethe 3rd Sabbath at Plum
D On'atunday before the 4th Sabbath at An
e y before the 5th Sabbath at Mt.
e Bafrday before the 1st Sabbatb in Au
- Oulaturday befire 2d Sabbath at Rehoboth.
a O 2inay before the 3d SabbathatGilgal.
y Mp rday befuse the 4th Sabbath at Beth
Iiturday before the 1st Sabbath in Sep
o the above appointmants will be con
tinOWe week, ifearcumstances are cucour
e hmrn at Calliham's Mill are inform
a ed, d we have ten churches. and but nine
w aently we are tinder the necestti
a ty-o ing out one, and as it is convenient for
0 thet atland Plumbranch nod Rehoboth, we
tbest togive them no appoiitmnciit. If
t is not satssifictory, we will try to
vit A*fer the Association.
A.u ' .-ln coninexion with the above.
you requested to insert II y'ur paper the
- Oi Sotices at other appaaatmeiinctats. iz:
>sterig Brethren J. Trupp, andi W.
S. will attend
At on the Saturday before the 2d
a in July,
SAt a eeting Ilouse, on the Saturday
the 3d Loi d'a Day.
Y At M Zion, on the Saturday before the
t .4 ord's Dav.
At noni. on the Saturdaty beture the
e ' s Day.
At an, on the Saturday before the 1st
L_*a Day in Atagust.
Ai 8 Creek, on ilic Saturday before the
At R - ill, on the daturday before the 3rd
At Rhfoak Grove, oa the Saturday before the
- grdya Day.
r Ar V. H., on the Saturday before the
I 'a Day in September.
. - Watkins, and Joseph Morris, whil
attend .r h
At' P sant. o the Saturday bcfare the
At * ord's Day in July.
s At on the Saturday before the 3d Lord's
At Cin's Creek, otn the Saturday before the
r At m on the Saturday b,-fore the ->th
# on the Saturday brore the Iit Lird'*
At on the Saturday befure the 2d Lord'as
At a. on the Saturday before t:ie 3d
At D on the Saturday beforo the 4th
At Cek. on the Saturday before the let
p in Soptember.
.V ill, and WdiIto WatkiisWill
At lephens' Creek, on the Saturday be
2d Lord's Day in July.
AtF , on the daturday before the 3#d
130r 1 theatrday before ihe
At Provw ce. on the Saturday before the 5th
tGoud i, on t Saturday before the lt
Lod's Day in Asaguast.
At Damp ~.on thec Saturday before the 2nd
-At C .i p, on the Saturday before the 3d
At Moutitin Creek. on the Saturday before the
At 4n e's Day.
A DeSi ao Saturday before the let Lord's
RNecii for sulbcription.
IThe Publbsber acknow~le~dgest the kra-ejpt
a. fromiithe fllowing persotne.to the tane put downa
to their respective inmes.
I Dianiel Prescott. a.. Janauary 9t 18413
IWin. Qnariets, to F'eb.t8. t04l
A. Flins: to July 2:4, l842.
JoelC t unary 2, l143.
Freoma vlor, i t oiactober WJ. 1842. I
-E. B. Hollowvay. to July 4. 1843.
GeaargeElam. to Fe briuary P, 1843. 1
Jamen urrla Fehittnry 6, 1843.
H.B or. to Mlay 7. 1842.
Rev. 31. M1. Abu.', to Faebruaarv 9. 1843.
.J. M1. ILandrumn. toa 12th Sepir. te4l.
W. I1.Yeldelh. to A pril l5, 1843.
* Chesley Welt. tat Febhru~ary 2r. 18-12.
D Ir. J. O). Nicholson. to F'eharuiary ''.1842.
Benujamin Reameaas. to Juily 9. l1842.
T'homias P. Batlaer, tot 'Aangust I. 1842.
- J. G. S prd, to Sepir 2. 1843.
IWilliam hurmniatd. to Ori. 21. 1842
Abram Adams, ta Frauaarv M. 184:.
lDt. W.*W. Geig'er.:tn FebI. 14. 1843.
.,Capt. John Miller. to Fe'abruary 8. 18413.
MtathiaS Ardis, toiJannary 2. l$43.
John Wise, to lFeahrnary a 18143.
-Rev. Thouams Maorri.. to Jannaary let. 1843.
A. J. Riambo. to Fetbruary '4. 183.
James Minor. to March 16. 1,43.
r J. hi, THamitton, Jan 1. 1841
- T. J. Hlamilton, Januarv 2. 1842.
Bennet Perry. tat Marr h 25. 1843.
ILewis Sample, to tlay 13. 1843.
Capt. James Miller. ta Fe'b. 'M. 1843.
SDr. R. C. Griffin, to Fe'b. 8, 1843.
S W. Iicholsot, to Feb 8, 1843.
DYY EVE A I
* Thet silk.. tie that binds twro wtilline hearts.'
M ARRI ED,
r On Tuesday evening the 17th inst., by the
R 1ev. Dr. .Beall, otf Talbotton, Bamjsi' Y.
M asatt, Esql., of S'.nth Carolina, to Miss u:.in
ot~rsK lV. BENiuo, of Harris aoaanty. Gora
eUnited states Hotel,
b AUGUSTA, GA.
It 31E tindersigned respectfully informs his
- A riends and patrons, that in aceoi dance
with the ~~mre of the times, he will, on and
" after the .i~ day oflune next, reduce his rates
) at follows:
Transient Boarders, per day, SI 50
Day Boarders, per month, 15 00
Otlie. Baarders in proportion.
SThankful for past encouragement he respcct
fully solicibs continuance.
WM. M1. FRAZER.
P. ~. TeOmnibuns and General Stage Of
'fice, are kept at this house.
-atn at 1
M R. J. WHALE. Professor and Teachi
of Dancing. respetrolly announces 1
um citizens or Edgefield C. , and vicinit;
hat should uuficient inducement of'er, he wi
>pen a DANCING SCHOOL. at the Plante,
ei, where a subscription list is now lell Il
die reception of pupils names.
junea ' 2* 19
BAIBACCE will be given on Fridia
the 10th inst., frear the Old Wells. A
persons disposed to parwke. are invited to a
tend. J. 11. RACHARDSON.
THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT.
DISTaICT OF SocrT CAROLI'A.
IN IJANK RUPTC Y.
WIf EREAS, Thos. S. Wilks, and Tl;
T. Swann Planters. late Merchant
uoder the firm of T. S. Wilks & Co., of Abb
Ville District and State orf South Caroliinaii ha
riled a petition praying that he may he declare
a bankrupt. pursuant to the Act of Congress <
he United States. mi.de, and now iin foerce. cor
.erning Bankrupts. and that he may have t
[tenefit of the said Act: this is to give notice ,
he "aid petition, and that a hearine thereof wi
be had before the Honorable Robert B. Gi
1hrul. Judge of the said Court. tit a Court I
be holden at the Federal Sonrt House. i
Charlestont. on Monday the twenty..<eventh da
Df June iext.ateleven o'clock, A. %M..iit whic
place and time all persons interested mny a3
Icar and shew can.e. if nytv they have. why th
prayer ofthe saui petitioner should not be gran
Charleston, 30th day of Mav, 1H42.
II. Y. RAY, Clerl:.
june S :)t 19
State of South Carolina,
EDGEF IELD DISTR1ICTl.
OlN BI. IIOAIES, tolls beliere me
a S1,anish roan 3MA11 E. body inchned i
ie white. some mark.: of gear. 4 feet 9 nche
high. suappt4O.d to he litirteen years old; a,
pr:aised by I). White. II. loward. and J. C
l'homae. at filleen dolnrs. and cane f seen i
,% laj. Illnines'. near 1elaughter's Mill. on Tnt
key Creek. Before tlet thiirne5h ot May. -,
B. MARTI, Magisrate,
jnne 8 lim 19
State of -Olth Carolina.
T OLLED befire mte. this itieteenthl d.,
of April I.. ly Allen Iftliumphrie's.
Abbed'-le, Disetrict. ote bay H1O(SE. eigi
renrs old, 13 1,:-ds 'I inlchies ligh. right'hin
aot white, saddle tmarL, on bih sidea' of II
jack. sery m11uchi crest fallen: n -;er in hi
lae. A. F. WI1M 11'sl. J 11.
jntte 8 4it 19
!e-ing #frat Cot for Camh
T l E .icriher olrers for s-Ile wheeleeal
and retail a Ina ge and e'xten.ive stock a
Ready madte Clothing ane
lEA T ,
at Fraicis II. Cooke's ol.i stand. Those in warn
if either. will do well to call nnd examine th,
tack before' prcha-ing. as the good% will 6
old lower than they cat be bouight in the ci
arelsewhere. ~ P. W. AUTEN.
P 8. These indebted to F If. Cooke b
moteor book ncount. will call on the subcribe
i tie store and make payment.
A'gumta, Ga.. April 2-May 4 Ct 18
Staste 931' 'Sou til ( arolla a.
IN Till, CO.ilMO.N f LEAS.
Lewis ('ulbreai. Declasration in As
Fohn Seurry. i Foreign Attachment.
Samnuel .M. Chanppell. Idcaration in As
olohn .4curry. Foreign .lttachment.
T IlKE plamit ihavin:: this day filed thieir d
clar.etions ine thce above cases, in my oflice
mel the de'fenudanit hanrg no wife or attornie
miownVt to be. within thai. state, on whomi a ci
ey of said decheraion, wvith a ruile tc ple'ad. ci
e served. It ii oerde're'd. iheir the said dere,
lati do p;lead to the said declarationis. withsini
urar atnd a1 day from the puiblicationu of this i'i
her, or tnal and. iialtite judgment wsill ba
wairded agarinst hir,.
CEO. POPE, c. c. r.
'ierI:'s Offer. a
'tste of 'itouti Catrolna.
IN TlE COMiMON PLEI's.
rs. ~ Dedration in Assumpsis
for the iuse of
to m.'erry, > Dedaration ina De lt.
N'hht Sciirrv'. I
d 1.eitityavnir dih bov day file~d thei
delrtin. heaoestated cases. i
ny oilie'. anid the defenidant: having ino ni6.e o
attorey, knuown to be witin this $taie, ni
vhotm a copy of cnid decularaituins, with a ri
nplead slhl he served. It is ordere at the
aid defetndantt do plend ..'lie said dectarnai.'n
villain a y.'ar and day from the purbhrcaniont
his order. or final and abonte judgmient wr
>e awvarded agnains himt.
- GEO. POPE. c. c. r.
Et Mny, i1842 Jy ig
ATr'OnNEY AT lAwV,
W~JILL attend pninetially~n any perol'eqsio
aTil basiriese e'ntriatrd to his charge.
Oltlice at Edlgeticld Coitrt loue. ove~r 3lr.
I. Presley's brick store.
may 4 4i 14
Dr. JOHN G. WILLIAMW
OFFE RS his profnl-ionalm service< to a
citize na of Ldigolield v aIlage and adjace
TlHE MANSIuN HOtUSE BlATIK.
.Uprepare'd for Bathing.
rny2 tf 17
STRAYED from the subscriber about ti
i st itnst. a dark brown or brindled no hor
ed COWV. large size, and her calf. Also a em
*i'ted ispotied COW, has been missinugfor abo
17 months. If they are marked, it is a cre
and under bit in the right ear, arnd swallow Sb
in the left. Any infornmation respecting thei
widl be thankfully received by the subscriber
h~amburg, 16th Mfay, i812.
"ay7 3aS 17
AFR E~i supply of various descriptioi
tU.and priees, Just recietd and.or ama hi
ir trict. in the Bate
a petition prayin
the Unted States,
r, the benefit or the eai actr
if ofthe said Petition, and ha
t- will bo had before the Honora
Gilchrist. Judge of the said Court, ai a Coun to
be holden at the Federal Court House, In Char
- leston, on Monday the thi teenth dey of June
next, at eleven o'clock. A. 3!.. at which place
and time all persons interested may appear and
shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer
i. of thc said petitioner sholnid not be gatnted.
4. Charleston 19th day o' Alav. 18-42.
1. If. Y.GILAY. Clerk.
hI Mlav 5 ':c 17
THE U. S. DISTRICT COUtT, /
DisatitcT o L'tyrt1 CAROLNA.
e IN BANKRP'CY.
of 711MHEAS Willin Cnapbell. Plant.
11 of Abbieville District. snd Stat. et
- S.uth Carolina. liath filed a petition prjiyirm
a that he inv be declared a Bankrupt, piirannsi
io the Act of Congress of the United Statelf,
nadr, and now in force. concerning Boakr uito.
'i and that lie may have the benefit of the said
act: th is to give notice of the. eaidh e:tition,
e and that a bearing thereof will be had before the
linerable ftohert B. Gilchrist. Judge of the
said Coirt, nt a Court to be holden at the Fet
eral Court Hloune. in Charlesten. on timny
the thirteeiath day of June next, tat II o'clock.
A. if.. at which plare and time all persons in
terested may appear mid chew cause, if aniy
they have. why the praver of the said petitiona.
er should not be granted.
Charleston. 21st day of April. 18.12.
. Y. GKMA. Clerk.
.3lav '2 it 17
TH E U. S. ItISTRICT COUR. t
t DIISTRICT 0Or SoUVT" CAROLIN4A.
IN B .NKI U'TC Y.
'W I I F ItIAS I lugh IS. Campbell. Plasnter,
of.\bbevill- I lietrict, and state of South
Carnlaiia. liath tiled a .etlition praying itit he
may be declared a Blankrnpt. pursuant to tie
act tit Coniigress of the United States, made.
and now in furce. coicerninu, Bankrupt-, and
that le maay live the benefit of the said act;
thi hi to give notice if the- aid petition, and
I that a bearin- thereof will be had before the
t lionorabile Hobert B Gilchrist, Judge of thu
said COit. nt a Court to be holders rt the Fed.
era If 'oir flouse. in Charleton, on bMonday,
the thirt-enth day of June next, at 11 o'clock,
A. 11 . at which place and time all persons in.
tere.'ed may nppesr and shew cause, if any
they have- why the prayer of the said petition.
er should not be granted.
(harlestoa, 21st day of April, 104.
. GRAY. ClerL..
May 25 3: 17
St:ite of South I arolina,
IN THE C).11MON PLEAS.
C. 3. Glover, .I Derfaration in JuadAment.
W H.REAS the PlaintitiTin the aboresta
ted '.arc. has this day filed hisdeclaratia
riginst the Defendant. who is absent 4oW. and
withouat the liuzita. of this State, as it isad hae
iog ieither wife nor attorney. known iithin the
same, on whom n copy ofthe declarption wIth a.
rule go pled iseerssv. migist be serd v e ister.
ed. that the Defendant plead to the nsid declatra.
tion, vithin a year and a da-. t'rom the dato
thereof. uthais 'inal and a solute jdgment
will be ani arded againirt hin.
tterI.'s Offle. (EO. POPE. c. c. r.
Ort 1 4. I - . ?gp, .t'
Statec of' South Carolina.
IN THlE COMMiON PLEAS.
-Mionrning S Partr-r.son, )Drearatin
E'xerntrinx. v,.. 'bydeait
A . V'. Cox. Attachment.
H E Plaintiff'hav in; this day filed hise de
clnration in my ofhtce.and the Defendant
having no wife or attorney knoewn to be with.
iti the~ State upoin whom a copy could be served
with a riule to pleaid. 0:. motion. ordered
that the' Defendaint dto plead to the said declar
ation w:thiin a year anid a day from this date. or
tinal arid a bsolute judgment shall ha awarded
. aainst him.
J. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. t.
Clierk's Oflce. ?
Sept 30. 1#41. i a y aq ?
Statte of' South Carolina,
IN Ti'lIE COMilMON 'L EAS.
Beverly Burton Attachment,
Wtn.. . Ste'tle. Deld-i.
'1 wIl Plaintiff havitng this day filed has
r Declarationt~ in m aitfiC'', aud the De'fende
, n havin~ tno Wait'e Or Att .irney known tu be
r'vithein the Stato. on ab'., a copy of the same.
wite' a rule to lad.'inId be served. It as or
dlterd thiat the Defe .dunt plead to the said dte
laratioen i'.hin a iear and a day, or final aid
ab'se.ute judgem cist will be given againist hinm.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r
IN THE CO31MON PiLEAS
Anaon Mobley' Declaration in At-.
L,. I Pixlcy. tcuc
l..T lE RE.\S the Plaintiff itn the above
Vstated case, has this day filed his
D~eclaration agniant the Defendant, who is
-absent fromr and withiot the limits of this
-State, as it is said, having neither wife nor
attorney, known within the sanme, on whom
a, copy of the Declaration with a rule to
ePlead thereto, might lie served: Ordered
nt t hat the D~efendant Plend to the said Dec
laration, within a year and a day, froem the
date thereof, otherwise tinal and absolute
~judgment will be awarded against him.
-s GEORGE POPE, c. c. r
is Clerk's Office arqo 44 -.
Nov. 27, 1841.
-State ot' South C
te IN TH E COMMo
a- Thonas Carson,)
at John Scurry.
to be within ti
it is ordeted,
to the said
,. him. .