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usually falls to iis lot, instead of often a
tersg aarnings and threats from the ma
erd desk, be would at times be enabled to
ay ,*eDl done.'
&;many years since, it was thought
that is our cities and large towns only,
could a proper education Ie obtained, it
epssquence was, that a large majority 4
ourstatesmen. and the leading men of all
professions came from our cities. The op
mutniiy and facility of procuring book
th fur study ard emusement constituted
the principal diffinence. Though it is
hardly possible that equal opportunities
and equal facilities, can be ailhrded in the
country, yet much more een be done, than
what is generally done; and where a
neighborhood is ini any degree densely po
lmed a very near approach. other means
'0eguaL can be made to a city educa
tion, at comparatively a small expense,
by establishing a select public Library. It
is at least worth the trial, and if your sons
do not become statesmen. or rulers of the
State, they will at least be more useful
and respectable in their day and genera
tion; be beter able to serve their cuntry
in the hour ofdifficulty. and better capa
ble of upholding nod continuing our repub
JAMES TIMME, Chairman.
C. Nicaiasoic. Secretary.
First Indiclment under the New Trea
z The Grand Jury of Boston have just
bnd a true bill against Poseph Hall, who
as it is said, stole 81200 in gold coins
from Thonas Monfort, or the South Bos
too liotel, im August last. ll itas been
arrested in England, and some of the sto
len property found in his possession-oeers
of wbicb arrived in the Caledonia. This
ldictment will be the foundation of mea
ers probably resulting in a demand upon
the British government to surrender him
as a fngit t"o from justice, according to the
-provions of the new treaty, and the first
mnsauce of such demand on the part of
the United States. Such reciprocal sur
reader of rogues by both governments will
have much indoence in checking crimes
in both'countries.-Bostoa Transcript.
rp As certestes Mercry
The NewYork Whig Abolition Tribune.
motice the election as Senator rmm New
Hmpabire. of the Hon. Charles G. Ath
eton, in the following elegant terms:
"Prodigatein morals. but able and plan
ed, 6e as probably one of the choicest
spechns etant of the gem demagogue,
and will make a fore to the Senate, as
heakes a seawhec has been filled by
ecod rate men for yeas. He has been
for the last five years in the House, where
he has acquired enduring infamy as the
author of the frst Gag Resolutions ever
Ofered by a Northern man, designed to
faoter the Right of Petition."
We thank the Tribune for reminding as
of an omission in our remarks on the elec
tiosef Mr. Atherton yesterday. It is not
4 merely as the mover of the celebrated
Essiteons that are db honorably linked
with his name, but as the consistent and
infiexible defeaderofthe rightsoftbe South
and the armony of the Union, that Mr.
and willejoyor grae
~Wbig~u~ s la this
qpeech, ieseribed the Whig party of 1810,
in the following terms:
"it was a party from the first, made
up of different Opinions and principles of
.entlemeu of every political complexion.
utting, to make a change in the adminia
tratiom. There wete men of strong State
Rights principles ; men of strong Federal
principles; men of extreme Tarifi and
men of extreme Anti-Tariff notions."
Mr. Spencer describing the same party.
says **it was composed of men oi-various
creeds on many points." The'- Whig prin
aes' of 1840 accordiagly meant every
thing, for men ofevery political complex
lin,' and of all 'creeds.' hlow could any
han being carry them all out in any
e of measures? tIt is plain that John
Tyler could do nothing. for which somebo
17of the Whig kind, could not denounce
hmas treacherous to their notions of what
the principles of 1840 were-and he seemis
to have chosen the wiser part of doitng
what he thought right, according to his
own mode of viewing this six-aided Whig
Steambont Disaster.-The steamer Chat
moi,, Capt. Morton, fully freighted to this
port. was, on the 5th instant, btlown up by
the bursting of the boilers. jt abovy- the
junction of the Ch'at:ahoochaec and Flint
Riverst and we regret to siy thatt .Mr.
-Vail, 1st Engineer. Cantnifax, Stewa-rd,
end Loyd, a deck hand, w'mr insuvonly
hilled by thte explosiona. ITe e;nntin anti
mnost of the crew were injured, though not
dangerously. The cargo was entirely lost,
hat f'ully insured. Tb. boat is an entire
loss, -Columbus Argus.
Nlurder at Hicks' Ford. Grenrille Co.
Va..-We were informed by a gentlemen
en the Portsmouth cars on Thursday
last, that a man hy ite name of Bratley
was sho- last week, by five brotbers by
the name of Davis, at ihe above named
place. The particulars are these : It
appears that B~rasley was a troliele
some worthless fellow, and was a Ihind
of bully in that part of the coontry.
me ncb so that Ihe had rendecred him-aelf
extremely ohn~exieus to the peacea ble citi
seas uf hib neightborhaool. On the 5th
instant he went to the residence ofithe Mr.
Davis, after dark, and demanded admit
lance, hut knowing the man, no reply was
mnade so him. A fter attempuing to force
the door, without erect, he drew a pistol
*and shoethrough it, but wi tout any seri
adnamage to the inmotes, and left t he
On the following day, the five brother,
armed themselves and proceeded to a
bridge were Eratley was at work, he saw
them coming, but cotuld not escape-he
hogged for his life, and fell upon his knees
and prayed to them not to kill hima, but he
was to'd that his conduct had been such,
that peaceable citizens could not feel so
cure while hut lived, and a very few min
utes only, could he granted him to make
his peace with God; after uscneing a sh~ort
prayer, the guns of the five brothers were
pointed at his breast, and deliberate aim
taken-at ebe word &ie. the leaden mes
saengets ofdeath were lodged in his breast,
he sprung upon his feet and with a con
vulsive shudder, rell with :il his sins and
crimes upon his hcad. The five brothers
fled to Charlaton, S. C., and were im
medintely arrested and sent back, and are
at this time lodged in Greenville jail to
await their trial. What the result will be
it is impoloible to tell, but had they have
shot him the night previous on the prem
ises, no blame could have been attached
to them.-Norfolk Harp &t Compiler.
The Irish.-The Bay State Democrat,
speaking of Iriehtmen in this country. re
e. To call a man Paddy has heretofore
been considered an insult; but this cogno
moo is fast coming to be looked t pon in
the same light as that of Yankee, given
us by the English. The Irish part orour
community are fast assuming their just
grade in tie public estimation. They
should be inked upon to be what they real
ly are, a worthy and industrious class of the
people. They have sought our shores hy
hundreds to escape the tyranny and op
pression of their own-and shall we treat
them with contumely ?-No-rather let us
lend every assistance to dissetinite among
them just and upright principles, and learn
them to love this, their adopted country.
Heaven grant that their deeply oppressed
and injured countrymen at home may ere
long realize the blessings of liberty. and he
freed frot the galling yoke they have so
The wag of the New Bedford Bulletin
relates the follotying story fat lon. Diuon
11. Lewis, mesnber of Congress from Al
"It is stated or Dixon 1. Lewis. (who
is so large that he occupie4 three seats its
a stage coach, though he is elected to but
one in Congress.) that while looking round
for a suflfieittly capacious chair, at a
public meeting, an old fashinned manni
cried out,- Three cheers for Lewis!"
wherenpon three chairs were immediately
brought in, and the great than was coin
fortable seated amid the loud thunders of
)f the audience !"
Change.-A lady who was very mod
est and submissive before marriage, was
observed by a friend to use her tongue
very freely after. lie remarked. -there
was a tin t when I almost imagined she
had no tongue.'-- Yes," sighed the hus
band, "but it is very DONO since.'
ACOUSTA, Nov. 17.
Remarke.-Since last Friday nothing
has occurred to change the general depres
sion of our market. No encouraging in
fomation has been received from Europe
and the north. The Liverpool steanmer of
tha 4th instant, is expected with some anx
iety, though it is apprehended that she
will bring no better news. It is probable
that the news will ant be better as regards
prices of raw materials; bte may re
ceive information of impr menat in the
condition of the European manufactures,
and osone prospects of algarrangement
i-comme Iai regulations a tari, g:
may reeivealmo uews of an approaching
emenatof the difficulties between
E-gland and China. Should such infor
nations he received, it may not effect an
advance in the market for our pmitncipal
dtapile but it will produce more confidence
in thme then existing prices, and create bet
ter hopes for the future, than it is warran
ted at this time to indulge in the present
condition of commercial affairs. The fact
is, unfortunately for our planters, that the
commercial regulations of Europe, which
are still in an unsettled state, andi the new
taritiimposed at tihe last session of Con
gress, have all contributed to render mer
cantile operations very hazardous, and to
paralize the spirit of enterprize so charac
teristic? of our A merican merchants. In
the unsettled states of commercial affairs
in Eurupe, our merchants could not, with
out ruuning miuchi risk, sendl cargoes on
which they could tnt ascertain what duties
they would basec had to pay, and fur the
returnts of whic~h they could not calculate
on meeting freight, cost and tother charges.
leineu :he depression of tihe American
shtippinig interest, which no doubt has had
much uinuce n mihe cost of such arti'
cles which mgeeally form outward car
ne to Euoe Besi-les this view of the
sut jeri, mm a very apparent, that the late
tariff ha I.,t sm'ch iufducnce in lessening
commercimi "p' ramtis, because of the
prevania~::r bica- thiut thi4 tariff cannot re
Liiid l: pernan~a:. anid that it will be mate
rially amfiewi anid modified at the ap.
proacinag s.iont of Congress; and as thme
stsiun~ m t, en': on~ the 3d of March, the
amendume::te o~ raodiications will be made,
and take effrt. witbin two or three months,
This must create an anxiexty in the minds
of cotmunercml mca, andis tuduce them to
wait fur as finat adjutmnent of the tarif be
fore they veitm.re- an the-ir usual opera
tions. 'I his *tate oif untcertalinty, in our
comumercial laws, aon I in Eruropeani comn
omercial r .ualaiion. must not doubt have
an itjurius eficet on nur cnanmercial
prosperity, anid enterpirise. and much in
fluence ott our means of exportation,
whether of foreign or domeatic growth.
We are now passing a trying season. as
well for the~ merchant as for the planter
sod farmer;, bumt iho resources of this coun
try are so vafst, the per-ple so industrious
and enterprising. and the means of trade
with foreign tnations so nhtundant, that we
must pmass these trying; times with less in
jury to our prosperity, thanm other nations
less favored thtan we are. With courage,
peraeverance, renewed industry, and a
well or faitecd econoimy, we can surmount
all presetnt diilculties, and time coiimg
year. will amply repay us for the lisses
we have sustained, and the anxiety ne
Couen.-The receipts have been very
heavy since iur lqst rev-iew. by the rai
road and by wagons, andh the shipmenmts
equally large. The sales ore ini propor
tion to tihe re.ceipits, lint at very low prices.
Very few of our planter. store their cotton;
and the buyer. operate freely on what IS
in the market. The range of prices may
be quoted at 4j to 631 cents. according to
quaality: choice parcels in squnare bales
w'ould command 7 cents. How long
tieso pirices can ho maintained, will dle
1,end mneh on the news to he received
from Europe, and on the extent or Th<
crop, which is now estimated at two mil
lions of bales. We state the range of on
market to be from 4j to 7 cents. It
Charleston. on the 12th instant. the range
was from 5 to 84 cents; the freight by rai
road. one dollar per bale for square. ant
35 cents per cwt. for round bales, exclu
sive of course of all other charges. It
Savannah, on the 12th instant, the range
was 5 to 7j cents; the freight by boats on
dollar per bale, esclusive of all othe
charges. We quote these prices in orde
to enable our friends, to make their owy
calculations a-s to the best market for the
sale of their produce. If these calculation
are correct, they will arrive at the conclu
vion that our city tloyers run much risk b:
speculating at the range of prices we
have quoted, especially if they are obligei
to realize at once either in Charleston o
COLUMBIA, Nov. 17.
Cotton.-The Market has not varici
much in prices during the past week.
Purchasers have been rather more partic
ular in classing the relative qualities. ant
some think the inferior descriptions have
fallen offa trifle, while others content
that an improvement ins taken pl.ace at
all qualities since Monday last. We thiol
that 5 to 64 cents may be quoted as thi
extremes of the current sales-the larges
portion have been made at 54 to 6 cents
according to quality. A very fine article
iu good packages. would probably coin
mand something more than our highe
quotation-probably j of aeent-and we
therefore continue our quotations of lea
week-say 5 to 61 sents-hut have hear
of no sales above 64 this week. The
qualaties offering are mostly inferior, aut
the receipts Juring the week large.
CuAIn.EfTTON, Nov. 19.
Coton.- Receivol during the weel
cuinmg 17th inst. 14S09 bales Uplands. vim
by Rail Road 5333; boy Water 878'; sta
by Wagons 6.14 bales; Exported in the
same time 6082 bales, leaving stock ou
hani 20.-521 bales, exclusive of8685 bale
on shipboard nt cleared. There has beet
a steaily. and during wime days a brisi
demand throughout the week, The eve
ry !ays transacious were as follows: or
Wednesday 939, on Thursday 979 and
yesterday 2339 hales, making the grand
total of9824 hales. at prices varying fror
84 in 45. From the conflicting opiniuu
expressed to us both by sellers and buyers
respecting the ruling prices -i the markel
we fid it difficult to give any quotations.
While they generally seem to agree that
all qualitie-i Irom Liverpool fair, or Cot.
tons at 7 cents and upftarde have main.
tained their former rates; those or inferior
qualities have undergone a decline and
were purchased by some, particularly
yesterday. at from I to J reduction. We
Long Cottons.-Continue without no
tice. About 50 hales of the new ero
have come to market in small parcels, and
remain unsold. 9 bales Sea Island of the
old crop sold at 15 cents. and 23 stained
at from 6 a 10 cents.
Ak E -T i e aciaistd
all the diffeient bra o obasie oowa.
ges and a permanent situation will beiven. on
applicatioa at the establishment of Messrs. We
ver & Covar, Edgefield C. 11.
Nov.23 TI 43
Ff OR the next year, on favorable terms, ths
.fbilding at present occngied by Dr. E
J. Minis. assa Drug Store. It as welt ada pted
to the ahoye businersa. It is also suitable for a
Dry Good or Shoe Store, or for other purpos.
ci. Apply to P. F. LABORtDE.
Nov 23,1l'12. if 43
T[ IiE Subscriber hating diseposed of his
plantt.,tion, will ,s:lt at that placa, ori
Tttcsd.sy the 20th IDecembher next, all his stocli
of Mutes, C'attle, liogs, Planitauion Utensils,
P. S. BROOKS.
N. B. I will also hire, pueblicly or privately,
at the samne timne andl place, fonr young Negrc
fellow a for Ploucha boys. anud t wo Girls.
P. S. B.
Nov. 20. 1S42. .3: 43
Mount Enon Academy.
M R. R ALPfl SCUR RY, a gentleman o
moral character and some experience it
teaching, is engaiged to take charge of this in
stitutio~n for the ensuing year. Terms of Tut
lion as heretofore. Mr. 8. being a Graduatt
of the South Catolina College. and having thi
ennfidence of the citizeus i. well suited for abs
A L L persons inidebted to the estate of Joht
Cheathtam, Senr-, deceased, are regnest
ed to make payment, and those having account:
against said estate will present them duly an
G UTRIRIDGE CIIElATilA M.
AL L persona having necounts against th
Aestate of William Thurmondl, d'lcd., ae
reqnested to present them as the law netireu
also alt that is itndcbted to the said WVm Tht
motid are reqncsted to make paymtent.
WM. TILIURMOND, Adsa'r.
Nov.23 tf 43
ALL. persons having accotst ngainst tb
Aestate of Stusanna Buah, dec'd., are re
gnested to present them as the law requires
ainn all that is indebted to the said Susaa
unshs, are requested to make paymenst.
WM. TlURMUbIu, Adam'r.
Nov.23 if 43
State of South Carolina,
IN THEL COMMON PLEAS.
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. )Deelaraton i Ft
Anun E. Glascock. DE
r ilIE Plaintiff's having this day file
I their declaration in my oflce, and the Di
rndant having no Auorney, known to be with
itt the State, on whom a copy of the satme, wit
a rule to plead could he sertved: It is orderec
that the Defendant plead to the said declarm
tion within a year and a day, or final and abit
lute judgment will be given against her.
ClrksOfice. GEO. POPE. c. c.v.
Ont I. 184.i- a. a a. aqe 43
0 oe lecacy of Dr.
:ur'. c~uvdAbyrupof Pru
Wild Chmry. I atm ty
prtto blenedieine. H inbe
aflicted ers with tha dreadful dis.
ease, C during which tinsc I wav
troubled Iting of Blood. attended
with a of . paom in the side, breast
and bisek. S engas alumt incessant. fr
r which I u eperitIons to obtain
relief; the to relieve Jae natil I
obtaned pound . Syrup
of Wild ely gave me
elif,- liefve woeko, or
thpeforming a perfect
CUeM. that I no enjoy as
good"w for. Your ever
S 8. LEWIS."
1 Mosr Dr. SWAYNE'S
To Dr &r.-The time has
been recommend a medi
cg. public prints. over my
own fee;l diffrent--I feel re
lief. 7y i protracted cough fr
oi. skeleton, no re.t at night;
t oresu . i my breast, aide, &c. Sui
et Rse Conspound of Wild
C er ~weeks rlieyed me er.
n. had it not been for
your. life frequently depend. on
early fper inedicinee,) I ahould
nowtel parae. Let tie person de
lay. but yrop and be relien-d ti!
their C 'CIFaa they ared.1g.-r.:
compa often lead to Iutal cosuqieri;
cci. r friend,
Crawford cnty. Ili
F .:Swayneat4 Northo int
St. Ph a, and by
S.D KE& Co.Drurgi.s.
Co treandMercer streets, Ham
Nov if 43
Sta South Carolina.
BY ER 'TOWLES, Esiuire
o ge eld District.
Joseph Crafton. hath ap
plad orLmtters of Administration
on lI*a lar the goods anod chattels,
' ss itsThomas S. Crafton, late
h aforoaid, deceased.
therefore, tocite and adtmon
isk sid lar, the kindred and credi
toisof deceased, to be and appetr
before r net Ordinary's Court
for te to be holden at Edge
-. o.te 5th Decem'aer
cause if any, why the
shdad not be granted.
band and sea) this21st
ad bt hundred
4 ~the -eeuventh
Y .3RTOWL ES, Esquire,
BW oh oebell. for self or nom
inee, bath aipplied to me for Letters or A d
ministradeb all and singular the goodi
and chattels,.rights and credit. of Eliza
reth Roehell, late of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish allaad Isiagular, the kindred and credli
tor-s iof thusaid deceased, to be aud appear
before me, atour next Ordinary's Court tor
the said District to be htolden at Edgefield
Court Hose-on the 5it December l842,
to show casee, if any, why the said Ad -
ministration should nut be grantedi.
Givearender my hand and seal this 21st
day of NoVember, one thousand eight hun
dred and Pet two, and in the six ty-seventh
year oiAueteatt inidependence.
: O. TOW LES, . .. :.
Nov.23,.1842. $2 124 b 43
Stat( of' South, Carolinai,
G. L. &ZN Penn, & Co.
Abner Wbite & John of Mortgage.
Y-anorderfrom the 'nurt of Corn
IJmorn rleas, in the above stated ense.
I shall psceed to sell at Edgefield Court
Hlouss,mnthe Stat Monday in D)ecember
next, the following property t o wit : t wo
- undred aeresof land more or less, on the
Iwaters ofTurkey Creek. adjoining lands
of R. T. Mljsa, Isaac Bell. Wiley Coaur
s, Dial.Brenson, and John liill,
wes rAu~z White live.. Termsi six
Montsp tjtid~es signed bu t not deliv
ered, "* msot paid to be resold fur Cash.
aNovembetJ1,1842 (52 93) d 41
8taeoif South Carolina.
P*** F'oTelsure of Mort
Y ii ordifrom the Court of Corn
BmtnuPlesin the above stated case,
I shall proceed tosell at Edgefield Court
House on tie Brat Monday in December
next, the following property to wit: The
tract of land where on the defendant lives.
containing two hundred antd sixteen acre.
more or lees, adjoining lands of Wiley
Harrison, '.- Perti and others. Terms
aszMoths 5ftit,*Ie sigmed but not de
iivered,adsif not paid to be resold fer
Cash 18. CH RISTIE, s. E. n.
N 11v4, 1842 (82 93) a4
STE IIBRATED HORSE
:Will iEdge6.ld Court House.
-net sp l~~Gat prices to suit the
SWM. B. fA YS.
uw ,f 4n
W ILL BE SOLD, at the late residence of
B. A. Wallace, dee'd.. on Tuesday de
sixth day of December next. a part of the Real
ad Personal Estate orsaid deceased,
Consisting of about ten Negroe rss
Cattle, flogs. Corn and Fodder. Plantation
rools. Barouch. Sulky, and Waron, Household
ind Kitchen Furniture.&c. The above pro
perty wll be sold on a credit of tIv ele months.
Consisting oftile House and l.ot. where tw
deceased lived at the timeof his death. to which
is attached two acrem. cnote or less, and all ti
The Storehsouse and Let ore cpied'by G. L.
&. Pet' & Col.. piz of the L-. to be nade
knnwn on the day ofaale.
The floue. ocrpied Iy the SMessrs. Dr.
Oturts, a,% ate A pnthecary's Shop, t, which will
lie nttlched a At fifty feet in front and tIhirty
live feet deep.
The;crnct af Lancd abotit two miles fnom
Edgetid iillate. ndjoiieng C. J. Clser, S.
Chlristie anl oitherm. ')tarIning three hundred
icre". tnore or nd. and
Tihe Piney Woods trart. ndijaining the lands
if 3aaj. J. Jeter. losel.t Blalock. and otheree.
-ontaining three hundred and twenty acres,
nore or lests.
The Real Estate to be sold on a eredit of .me.
'eo and three vears; the second and third in
atnimenta ts bear interest fter'ihe expiration
)I twelve tmonthli front the day of sale.. The
[nechasers it each case to give notes with alp
Proved seenrities, nid a ncortgage of the Real
Estate. II. R. SPANN. Ex'tr.
in riht of his wife.
Now 16 31 4
house #Lot 'or Sale,
THE Stbscriber inerad
ing to remove to his build
S ing 'lately erected cm the
neighhorhood, offers for sale
hi Houssete and Ltt in the
Town a af Edeefield. The
lioue hno teen entirely:.'reinil. in the'last 8
year., it hia S raoe tatdl 6 fire places; 6of
lee r. .tm- ire lrg and citrfosrtable. The Lot
aan caur .irrP. and the10 out-houscaea are ao new
knid is. ...-d repnir. except the stable. T'hirty
crea' olf' wod lited it n lnt In'tmeile of the prami
... l td.. %ald u thielalove.ifaesired; and
'.:II, will be dhspowed or on nccoenodau l
ag .. ict. to t a approved ptirc'ihnwr.
Nov. 16 tf 42
H H E usdrrsignted T'ustee,o this lttatt
toation. take this tmetiod of informiag the
etlc that they have etagaged, toi take charge
of tIe School [ie next year. Mr. Jousx W. Lgs
ie. a graduate aftthe gouti Carolina College.
tced broalter to the gettlenat who, with so
unach cr-dit to hietettf, and btefit tothe public,
-niahacts die Greenwood School in iAbbeville
M r. Lely take" charge of our SchooWundm
it pledge that feta mitetade to devote sotie years
iII his life ts the bustiness of teaching, and in
steh a pledg. the Trustees flatter themnselves
naaay be fotnd, a sure guarattty that the School
will be re-established upon a sound basa.
Aware of sonte of the objections to Village
Schois. tie undersigned assure the pubiethat
they w ill lift every exertion to remove tach a
are well founded. They will -use all pioper
measures to re-tct tleexpensesafthestndents.
a ithin the limits of rigid economy. guarding
with the strictest scrutiny, against all extraa
ance and dissipabon: and the) beg co-pera
isen of parents and guardians ian efeetineo deo
srable an object.
Tbe terms will be the uae as tbm; of dte
rueenwood SMhool; and the Anademieyeowill
ledivided into two sesions of five mnthseach s
the first sessiont to conitenen on the first Moo
tiay in January. and the second on the fest )lou
ilay of in each year.
.N. L GRIFFIN.
R. G. .MAY8,
F-.i. W ARDLAW.
No~v. iG tj 42
A LARGE & SPLENDID STOCK
O P"D RVY GOODS--.Cheupfor Cashi.
C HAltLES .SANFORD. late wholesale
dealer ten the City of New York. has ta-.
tent a State ntext to Mr. Hunter', Hotel. ini
ilana rg. S. C... whtere ht ess taketn his entire
Sitock of Dry Goods,
To. which ihe woutldl rer~pectfuilly itavite thie at
centtion ofl those i'hinug ::nyt aerticle in his line,
'actltng cnttident itat t' chaen pttess ref his good4s
will offer mtcanytideenets to ;ihosegthat.ex
timce' ins tock. .M oncly aobject teeing to diti
o-sl tie stock. lbut laih- or eta'advatnce from
itc..t i' all le a-kedl
Conttatry .1e'rchna t'. will ftid Gaods atiNewv
Yotrk prices~ at icthtb.- lilnc.
ClialtLI.8 8AN'OR D.
lteumburg.Naevr. 5.i 4?. Uf 41
State of South Carolina.
I.N THE k CVOMMUIO PLE'A.S.
Stewart & Coat, Declaratioa
vs. ex .fAcemeur,.
Iohn Scierry. ) Assumpsar.
luti & .J eaheeuaot, IJetdaralica
e a. e Attacktnata.
alor Scurry. Debt.
TIIE phasintitrs haicang thisday filed thitir ac
Ec.raanae aser cy 'atlien. atat thes defeena.a:.e
aving nto we aor atte'rey known to bec w d,
le. State', 4'n whiens a copy of' the sae, 'k til
'tile toe pae-ed, iaenld- be ser edl. It ise ord'.,ex.
heat the de'fendaant plead to the' said deaclara.ee.
,vithain a y'er aned ni day, aor tinial aned abe
eudgmtent will be' g' ent aganastthimt.
aFE' l'ul'E. c. c. e.
cdgrle Id C. ii. j
310th .March. I1842. 9
State ofI .south Carolna.
IN Til E CV.OMMOS F LEAS.
Lewis Culbreath, Dertlaratin in A*
I oho Scuerry. orrgattchent.
Samnuel M1. Chtappell,. Dceralion in As
es. m umpsit.
hohn Scuirry. Foreigen Att achmnent.
T lI E plaintiffia having this day fi!ed their de
claratnin in the above cases.in my office,
and the defendant having no wife or attorney,
known to he within thin State, on whomn a co
pyof said declaratiocn, with a rule to pkead, catn
te served. It is ordered, that thee said defen
dani dc pilead to the said ecarations, within a
year and a day from the pucbl'catian of this or
der, or final and absolute jutdgment will be
awarded against hitm.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
T HlE firm of Baasaox, Mcecor & Ainoa
sos, was disuolved on the 1st of Septem
ber last; the business of the conceorn will be
settled by BaAJRoit & Asevzasoir, who continue
business at the samoe place.
Oct. 31949. tt' "
To all whom It 1nay Concern.
1HE Subscriber is boundo by order of
Cout, to make cial return of every
execution in his office by die jet or January
next; and is Ihe Officers of tihe Court require
their costs to be made in all cases where "wait
order,"-have been given, Notice is hereby giv
en,'that unfe.' the costs in much cases are paid
by next salo day, the executions will be sent
out for leiy, without discrimnination.
-S. CHRISTIE, a. x. D.
Nov 16 3t 42
Sr'HE Partnership heretofore existing be
tween the subcribers, ins tie name of
Brannan & mitdy. was dipfuolved on tie first
day of January last; tihe nanme of the tirmn dil
only be ued to cloe it bmsinessi. ma W. 11.
Brannumi is doily anuthorizedl to semtt,- th,- same.
W. U. BRANNI)N,
L.. If. MUCNDY.
All those indelted. eitiher by note or nrenmnt
for 1941 and Is41. will pilea'e Call and nonke
imyment immnediateiv. as,. it is nbemltely neces
anrv that the buimesmbee cl, "ed up. longer indm(l
gence will not fie given.
Nov. 3t 42
O N Thtrsday the first day of December
next. I shall sell to the iighest Iider. (at
the late residence f my mnother.)all tmy lrmson
Al property, consiiting of liorpe!. Cows aid
Calve.. 1l'os. a lot ofF'tdemr. one miree iorse
Wagon and Geer. Plantation Tols. 1iouse.
hold and Kitche n Furniture. ne well is various
other articles. Ternms pblizhed on the day of
W31. W. YOUNG BLOOD.
Nov16 1: 42
ATTEN 'I' iON!
A N ELECTION will bet held at F.Jgef6l I
Court lonse, on the fourilh Saturday in
Nov,.mbe'r. for a Secand Lan teant. to fill the
vnenmey occaicccd by the death of Lieutetmat
By order of Captain Jlnmmmmd.
THIOS. S. MA'riwEWs. o. i.
Manages.-J. Bland. W. Wiee' E. S. Mays.
Nov. 16 2f 42
THE U. S DISTRICT COURT.
DISTRICT am? 8OUTH CAROLINA'
IN BA NK RUPTCY.
W H ERiEAS Elisha Lyon, Planter of Ah.
loeville District, '.'C. hath hleda p.eti
tion praying that he may be derlarerd a Bamik
rapt. pursuan to the act of Conagrese of the U
Staes, made, and now in fsree. concerning
Bin ptp, and that he may have lhebenefit of
the's~ gt,-' is toge r icale of the said
petittand a a ienni thereof will be had
beforethe Ifonorale Robert B Giklhris.Jadge
of thesaid Court. at a Court to be holdet at the
Federal Court House, in: Charleston, orulon
day, the fifh day of December next. at clmh-en
oclock, A. M . at which place and time all per.
sons interestedl may appear and shew canse. if
any they have, why the. prayer of the said peti
tioner shamuld uttm be grante.i.
Charletom. 7th dasy of Novemmber, 18412.
II. Y. GRAY. L.srk.
Nmov 16 'it 42
W ILL IlE SI LD!. onm T'hursdeay thme 1ith
Decemmber mme't. ntt )ld Toewnm pilama.a
tion, nE-'ir iLemnisa ite. Jefferrmeu coumny. Geo'.rgia,
freom eighmty to onme Imtmndredl NEGRl1oF. . a
likely. akiil,'a and welt disc'iplined. :.. amny Ne
groes in tihe counmmry :time snmme seimng a par t of
the plata tionm force at the late Cmoi. PauaIl'metz
simmmons, amid sold for thme bentelit of' his loire
Tme termm will lbe ca.eh, amid time s' Ie pm..itive;
amid time megoee will bee mil'eredm. withm a t'-w - *
ceptionrs, itt lots tom sm t Iiddeere.
ROIF.RT F'. PsmE.
Nov 16 4t 42
OR~MAR'M ALE. .
T 11 esateof ohn8.Adam,.. dlecea:sed,
laeg lft ereet.andngre'aly to ani
Act of the Legialatmure, it is mmade tmy mdmty to.
take charge of amid sell m.ide estate. Nomce is
therol'ore given,. that I slutl prmoce-d to ,,cll at
time late resiedenmce of 'said deceased,.l m'm F'riay
the 25thl in.. all the pemrzsmnal estate of cmmd dmu
ceased. consistinig oint Horses, flogs. Co~w.
Sheep. Corn, and Fodder. Cotton in, tie sced.
Hlousehmld andm Kit'chen lFurniture, Planmtationm
Toolm, &c. &'c. Terme' af male cash.
Alsmo. the tract of land on w' iehk the dmreei
lived, conmaininig nerem, moore or le'es. the
oterm of sale of said laud, manade knowm oni mime
day of sale, OIVRT W..
Ordinaryj of Edgevfdcd D~itri.
Novr. 7. s4J .5t 41
JOII' P". FOROE & CO.
Itholeale 4- Retail Dralers in
Boots. Shoes. and Leathser.
AN D ALL~ A RTisCI.K5 L'siti atY .mnoimAimEms.
lIA .t3BL'RG, S. C.
T lIE Subiscribers has e etalblishted them
aelvem at lanmnturg, will fuarish all artiice,
in their line, aim chea'p as camm be got am any otlmer
point, all arrangemenomts for Goo)ds binmg with
UJi' HIDES WVANTED).
Hamaburg. Nov. 5.1l'42, lawlm 41
A PPLICATION willhle moade to the Legis
latture of this State at its nexst sessmmon. that
all the right and tmtle of mhe State. to all te es
tate, real and personal. whtereof the hite Cot.
Christian Breitauapt, or G;ertrumde Jacmiba hins
widow. was seized omr posesessed at thae time of
his or' her death, and particenlarly certaine lummm inm
the Town of Hlamburg. sutpposedl to Ieemcheat
ed. may bie vested itt Omeaiani Gregory. and Su
an a mnatural dauaghter of maid Chrisiama, onec or
A ngsts17 3m
APPLICATION will be madto to time Legia
lature of this State, at its next se'ssion, for
closing the road leading from thme Fiva Notch
Road to the Scott's Ferry Road, known by time
name of the New Market Road.
A gnt* 26 a n '31