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MedJikui Colege of Gwrgia.-Tlhe de
gree of Doctor of Medicine was conferred
-an thirty-eight gentlemen, at the- Annual
Commencetmeut of ,his lastittilo. oa the
4th inst.. in Augusta, -norg wchom wee
the .following from Suatah Crtolion: C.
M. Naison. and Nicholsot .1erriwether.
-front Edgefield District: A C. SI.:u ad:,
from Spartanbtrg ; T. A. Perit ftram:
Laurens; L. D. Rogers, and J. 11. Noble.
Mr. CaLIoun in Michigon.--At a meet.
inJg.of the Democratic citi.ns of0 .c' igni.
friendly to the nuomination of tic [for. J.
- .Cadihoun. of S6outla Carolinat, by a Dr
nicratie Cuveutton, asse:nbled in the
chj.of Detroit, on tho 2W bit., at licb,
smong other reolvutions espressive or their
- camdence in the enpacity and integrity of
thi Uoata4le'Satesman, the following
We samaimously adopted
"Reaftend, That the lion. John C. Cal
bourn h"- identifed his niame with [be sur -
em of fhesa great priucipleq. .by the
pncedaut ability. energy, contsitency
tnd iseal with which - he ha. ever inin
tained and enforced them during his long:
and brilliant career:- that his tturavalle-d
talets as a statesman, his oarnest and dte
vbted ~patriotism as a citiren, and his en
tl and 'unsullicd intectity as a man,.
preetnirlently qualify him to develope
aqd carry.qst these fundamental prnci-I
pies in the practical adininistratiun of tho
. Rtesored, That -we present to onr
Democratic brethrenthroughout the U
gionj the name of John Caldwell Cal
hon. (Soitth Carolina. as our favorino
n'didati for President of the United
Sipses.and we do bereby pled;o curselves
to pie all fair and. honorable :tmeans to so
cure his nomination to that Ofleo by the
Democratic N ational Couventien.
--Re*ortd. Thiat the restriction of an
fnekenhCt'6f the Presbi'ency to a sin
ietei of 'four years. as recommended by ,
,,venerable Hero of New Orleans, in
is rst message to Congress, is a scunl
pinciple of party nenge; democratic in
it eherocter and calculated to seenre a
*ithhl and disinterested administration or
.% Sotmers Cage.-The N. Y. hlerald
o4tha th int.. contains the following par.
agrapy relakive to this erse, which has un
dygne investigation before two t ibunals
I We. understand that this impor:ant
easel now before the Grand Jury of the
UnitdStates District Court. and there is;
the strongest --robability that an indict.
Itsirihl be found. If such really turn
out to hb the case, and the indictment he
not qasbed on technical grounds, as we
Mw-heard intimated will be urged, the
ei*setgationf the' whole affair will pass
itbebands of -a civil tribunal. which
11 biy be accused ofpartiality; a
all-absorbing interest will be
remarkable. amd due
to A*n sea
seBpeide. eand .
S INN 'ma s-hwesher; for iiiie at1
sad pactis. nbjct of the
q~esi~n o sothe
e sieply.:a;g604Joneas to the
nature and estent of the rights of our
seame, and the'.legal limits of the au
thority of their officers..
2cRichtmtd .Enguirer.-M1r. Ritchie,
fordiirt eight years sole editor of this
paper, gaves notice to thec rublac that he
h associated in she interest and fortunes
of the Enquirer, his two sons. William F.
mod Thomas Ritchie, Jr. and that the pa
per will be hereafter conducted ur:der the
firm of Thbtas Ritchie and $0ons.
2rwribe Eart quaake in thse West Intdies
-10,008. Iees lost.-The brig Prances
Ja, Thesnon, arrived-at Baltimore uid
iast..fron St. Johns, Porto R ico- I'rings
afIvics of the effects of a severe shock of
aW etrtqnake on the 8th February.
'The following are extracts of letters re
eeavod at Baltimore by the owners by she
Frances.Jae, dated, SL.Johns Feb. 14th
'We have just received advics (tom
the-Windward. Thbe effects of the earth
quake of the 8th inst. -hnve' been awful,
indeed., Point Petre, in Gendaloupe, i-t
totaltroyed. and les thousenuf persons
are supposed~to have been hilled. The
loss of property as imametase. A t Antigua.
alstl, there has been a great loss of pro
perty, but Ave lives lost. All the mills
and- Sagar works are more ar less injuredl.
uui~lie greater part of the crmp will he
rst... 'Nevis, Monserrnt. Barbadoes. &c.
&i.a esaid to have msulgc.l much, but to
y aetis not known yet.
siep and at S:. Thomja,. the shock
mp'so seyvere. and L.te .t this pl.,ce
tsso~muucs i but there, was no mea4erial
danmage at either ple."-Chars. M1cr.
Fren LA p 0.. Pieszyune. of the 24.
Later from AMalamorus.- Reported ES.
e.h, ejhe i&Trexia&rionrs.-The schr.
Emrblem. -Capt. Kin ney. orrived yesterdal~y
from . atamoras, which port she left on
the 19th Februarv.
The captain reports that on the 22d,
while lying olf the bar wesititig for a pilot,
news egau that thu'prisonerm cap:mecw at
pir'w'hh Col. F~isher, hasd risena upon
tblfr gndrd at Sulll, overpowerc-d th.em
afir a shore striuggle, anid started ina Lut
Mh~V fi Texas. From Sahtillos to the
Rio Orifa,'ihere is a direct road. nd as
(7oi.Jerdiit oriet',msde a succesful es.
cage fror'anrthcesame point with0a less
num~er of nen, it is ore than pirobabuleI
that Fisher's men will be~ able to do thme
sa~ ti,6g pr;jovidel' they were ablec to
secure :n suffciency of arms and tfamuni
ion to.fight their stay through.
WVtIve lemsI -fs. however.--so manny
false a'~iorM are. etated and circuted ian
.Mexico. thna the atfempt to escape wsas
not made, ulthough there is much to cots.
Arm as in the opinio that the heav-e (oh.
lowers ofto l. Fisher are again at hte.r ty.
In eatonreatiodiLis' reported that Col.
Kimnay~'lio w'a. about takinu- l'aynug
for rthe. United - Saes. had bneen arrested
pit ion of hag stv ome htan~j an assistisig
.he.. art.. ...:......,-useca
The captain or the Emblem ropor s the
brig Zuviah as up at Matanioras on the
19th Ui., to sail for this port iu two days.
Uile:l Statn and Ma~iro.-Tio Na
troa.il !nteait;encer SAys. that antongl thje
Execu:ivb pruecedings its the Senate to
w.,d 'e cloe of the session of Cut1gress
wa ai-e radzifacaton of a convention lafe!y
cune'u'le at [.- cti if M*jaCO beatween
'"e 1:ipicmntic iepresetites cf tle U.
.tat ed1 ih,t Goveren.meft, the lermsn of
wialch are s-,tl to l-e ia.rtanlp!e and! eii'ible
- umb atit;..e4. Th., Treaty will douit
The- .am-, pper nv tha01 all the 1dle
FR1ed J.-a tatolu-tions which paiied hosia
I lntse< a d -cnc.:re the Pree;dent. are be
lieved to have receave- is -.:n-true, ex
:-ept the .uan: Resoluti.,n d1reingA pay
sw:at of tIhie eriicares or awards issued
by the Comiasmt nenr under the treaty
n'ith wne Cberokee litenan-.-C/urst. Mer.
Frort tie Charlcston .Iferwiry.
The Wcater 8;r.-Yete'rday was a
isatil tite-the crowuing of a Nurthens
ier. Sleet. rain and snow all day-sacold
ihtn went to the middle of one's bones,
remnorselos and fals of all manner of blue
levilN. The Western Mail hiled beyond
Au:ista-tho train on the Georgia Rail
nvt! leing obstructed by the storm. The
Norlhern, Mail came through. but it Wal
ifa use-the Great Wrstern had not arri.
r-ed--Cont-ress lad tdjourned but all in
Pi, nil it will require a week it pick out
le true miteiaung of it. The President
as signeJ the repeal of tIe Bankrupt Law
11r. WVase has been rejected a- Miniter to
France. in whiclh the Senate hss shown
jrent poverty of comnon sense-Mr.
LU'ishing was reiected as Secretary of she
Treasurv. whi If % e care not fur, as he
vne a t'iff min, and Mr. Spencer goes
"roni the W:r Depariment to the Treasu
y. Juaele lythe s reappointed Collee
or of 'lalzdelphia. from which pla.c he
wavs ejected ia IS4 1. becatse lei was n
Democrat, and there wn a grent deal of
splutter and splashing in the lHouse, which
mnur'ed to nothing but a mnuifestatiou
4f had fccling. Take the n'lowinag as a
ipecimitnPh of the whole, in a debate on the
inAl inige of the General .pproprin
Mr. (. Davis next ob:ained the floor,
wnt le was stopped by
The Chairman. who said there were
:en lemncn standing near the speaker. ] Mr,
Dvis,] in the aisle, who must take their
[Mr. Profst of Indiana was the gentle
marl particularlv alluded io. IIe was em
poyed, with Mr. Wise nud others. at the
Jesk of Mr. Fillunore, chairman of the
Coanitiec of Ways and Means. (who
aid the civil and diplomatic bill in charge,,
n oai examination of the amendments
hich thte committee had to act upon. the
uanuscript copy iA the care of Mr. Fill
uore being the only one to which the
:nembers bad acces*,j
Mr. Promt express4d his astonishment
it the peremptory and unusual manner in
hich the Chairtnan had commanded him
:o take his seat. lie said that was the
mnly place where ho could see the amend
nents made to the hill, ani he tuougkt he
ad a rght toxamine tbose am"eadmenis
awhich he should be eala to give hbi
The Chairman (peremptorily:) The
enteman from Indiana 'must take his
Mr. Profit stood for a moment. evident
y in great astonishment. and theit said,
irml y: Sir, I winnt take my seat.
The Chairman. The gentleman from
[diana is ordered to take his seat.
A groat sensation was in-stanaeonsly
:reted, and snth conafusion ensued.
Soe half a dnzens gentlemen sprang to
he floor, and each addre',sed the Chair ;
the Chairman peremptorily ordering the
genleman from Indiana to his seat at the
same time. Some observations were
made ont thec hypercriticism of the Chair
nan who had corrected the gentleman
hiom South Carolina, [M r. Pickeos,] who.
n-the horry of debate, addressed the
hairman os "Mr. Speaker," instead of
Mr. Chairman." and on the unusual
tricness of discipline which ho was so
pe-emparily enforcing; and others called
upon the committee to rise, that the Ian
uage of the gentleman from Indiana
might he reported to she- Iottse, Of the
la-tter, thsere were Mr. (G. Davis, Mr. A.
fl. 1. Stuart, Mr. Briggs, and some
Mr. Ilosts prontested tagainst the conduct
if the Chairman, lie asserted positively
hiat the gentleman from lndianat was neat
Jut lf ordet and hse begged the Chairmnan
to bear in umind that the liouse of Repro
tentatives was not a school-house. (Cries
of "order." and confusion.)
Mr. Wise' (who was also at Mr. Fill
more's desk) rose, and with great bland
aes.' of neatnner, appealed to thme [Hosse to
ict this matter dropa. [Ie hoped, on this
last day of tho session, ntothinag serious
would grow out of such a ctrcumstatnce.
li woauld ha respotnsible for hais friend
[Mr. i6reat: t'oet he would keep order.
Mr. Oliver durain.: these proceedings.
me. d-.wna Mr. Prolfnt to lis desk. aned
ucce-Jemei in pmaarn: sail ~on the tratabled
wters; and thub ffai-- was allowed to
Tesilkru ie that biads twea see~ing Aearts."a
tin thte l':h inst.. t-y the R1ev. HI. A. W.II
ln ms. 3tlr. L. S. BLA~*o, to Maits styKacca l'o
hl.r, all of this District.
lea this District. oan Thunrsday the 9th iqat.
* Jaianeis Maynaard. 1'.aq., Major .JAmus WA.
t.'cr to .31is'.no Cur.. dauaghtr of John and
Kniahzi (:salareatth. all of thie Dimtrict.
le .ibber dte, 0onl .th nd ina't.. hy the R1ev.
lohn Tapp, Mlr. W it. Janos, eat Edgetichd
liistriet. to M1is. Sanan lIacm~t. of the furaner
O BI TU A RY.
Died. s-f cun.sanption. eis the -6th inast., in
he 7.1a venr of'tais age. Mr. DAIsEL. lBateso,'.
Sem. 'Ihe decea..d wa'. for taboust thtirtv.
beree- vears, a nmemaber or the Blapuiat deanosni
aim. la hias dedat atacond wife- h-i. loet .:
kiud i.di'ande, fouer surviving sonss have leost an
)fi'e~'ute~ lather, the lit:ie Churzch to whticha
a belonetd, une eflicaent ea-r.her, the coasmtn.
aity ina wicih he lived a good neiglhbour, the
onntty at atrfe usct'tleaizen, and tan honeet
I)tursg thea 'affliction of Mrc. I., whu-hl con
I e nanifested ahnot perfect resignation to Ile
w ill of God. ILe was sensible of his death, as
wth Isis last words exprcaed strong conidene
in Christ as his 8:viour. In tihe language a
the dece-aed, expressed a short tiwe before lii
deeth. we hcpe hi, redeemed spirit noow rest
I at the right band of tjod. " where there iA no
i more pain, no moare consumpti,,n, na man
w.x.t of water." " There the wickeud ceans
fiom troubling. and there the weiary be :t test.'
HASIt UPG, March 7.
Cot$,on.--Our nerket renjin, rathei
(ul! yc. and prices have not udvauced
fron l.,st weol,'s quotations; and -mill re
imain so. protbly. until we rceeivc later
accounts Irom Europe, which are expected
We give as quotations to.-dny. 4 to 6
ce-ns; priacipalsales 5 :o5i rents.
The 1teceipt of Cotton in Hamburg for
Ft-b. amour.ts ta 7.247 bales.
In Aaousta, 14,797 "
Freights.-To Charlebton, per Rail
Road. 23 cents per hundred for square,
and 35 es. per hundred for round balest
To Savannah, 40 cents per bale.-Jour.
AUGUSTA. Marcb 9.
Remarks.-We expected to wrin these
remarks with later advices from Europe
before us. The inclemency of the weath
er, not only in this section of the conttry,
but in the north. has no donhit occasioned
an interruption in the regularity of the
mails. We may still he a few days with
out any mail from New York. We shall,
;herefore, abstain from any r emarks on the
condition of the cotton markct. In the
mean titme we would call attentions to the
following calculations in reference to the
proballe extent of the cation crop of the
lI ited States of the present year. We
must admit that it is only after arriving at
the results stated. that we becamo aware
of the crop turning out larger than we ex
pected it would he. We give the calcu
lations as we made them, wishnut further
commet, leavitig it to those interested in
tie coun ~rado to draw their own conehi
sions. ant to anticipate such tesults as their
judgment may sug:est.
So far, the receipts at. the following
places have been as follows:
In N. 0. :o March 1, 758,671 541.356
Alobile, to March 1, 309,177 2.90,412
Charleston, to Mar4, 264.463 174,70S
Savannah, to Mar 2, 210,695 137.626
Florida, to Feb. 18, 95.851 51,281
N. C. to Feb. 18, 5.98 4,208
Virginia, to Jan 19, 5,000 10,018
Increase this year. 510,238
The cropof S1842 amounted to1,680,000
bales. There have been received already
of the crop of 1843. 1,650.000 bales.
There remained then to be received, to
make up the erp of 1843 equal to that of
1842, only 30,00 bales.
Of the crop of 1842 there were received
to the time stated above. 1,140,000 bales,
and there were received from the time
thus stated to th close of the seasm,,510,
000 bIe- whieb,tageiher, make up the
7%a' ve been re Miveti 'already-4f
-the eop of 1843, 1,650.000 bali. Simld
the receipts for the remainder of the cotton
year he the samez as 'last year amounting
to 540,000 bales,'the crop of 184& woul
amount to 2,190,000 bales. .
We must hero observe that the present
crop was more foriward than that of last
year. anmd that it commenced to be sent to
market nt a much earlier time; it may be
therefore that thc large increase of the
present crop over that of htst year has at.
ready been received. If this be the case,
then the receipts for the remainder of the
cotton year will not amoutnt to moore thtan
was received last year, .ay 540,000 bales.
A t any rate, according to this calculation,
the present crop will amount, as stated
above, to nearly 2,200.000 bales.
According to our table the reccipts in
New Orleans were, to the latest dates,
759,000 bales. The erop of L~ouisana, for
1842, amounted to 728,000 hales.. This
shows that there have been received thus
far of the present crop 31,000 hales more
than the whole crop of 142. In Charles
ton the receipts alsu have been 4000 hales
mnom than the whole crop of 1842. In
Mobile, however, the receipvs come wvithin
9000 bales of being~ as large as the cr01p
of lost yeatr, and in Savannah 21,000 hales
of the crop of 18412; the crop of Alabsama
being 318S.000, in 1842. and the receipts
thus for 3091.00(0, andl theecrop of Georgia
being 232,000 bales in 18~42, and thme re
ceipts thus fat 211,000 bales.
We will here offer a few extratcts from
the ',aluable report df the Commnissioner
of Patents, so far as thtey relate to ifor
mation respecting the present crup of cot
ton in the ditferent cotton States.
'-In North Carolina the cotton crop is
said to have beeni 20 per cent. heater thatn
in 1841, and the cause ausigned is, the fa.
voirnble weather in the early part of the
fall and the season when the frost usually
"The crop of South Carolina also is
sail to have been, as a whole, one-third
better--:ht warm. dry *cather proving
contgenial to its arowth.
"in Georgia, it is varlously estiflhated at
from It) to 50 per cent. increase on the
previous year. More tvas planted, and
the cultivatiun was more productive; pro
hably the best erop for many years.
."The crop of Alabama ta also pronoun
ced to have been egn~al or 5 per cent. su
perior to that of 1839, though in some see
nions the dry andI warm weather were
subjects of complaitt andI, in some others,
ton, excessi sely wet wveathre.
--T'he aggregat~e in Mistissippi is large,
better than ist 1839, especially in the up
lds ; not quite n good in :he low lands.
"In L)uibiana the crop was injuredl by
the wvorm,. rust, rot. heoll worm, andi rain.,
and in some sections there was but little
more thtan half n crop,; but on the other
hand it is estimated in other sections at
20 per cent, bettor than usual.
"In some nw ts of Tennessee it is said
the crop to have been uno-sually good,
even 100 per cent. bet ter than the previous
"Thme yield in Arkansas *as greater
than ever before.-dnuble; mhe three Coun
alone it-s spposed, would ship ,i0.
6ales, ,*000 or 12.000 more thi
ever JooW-in one. season.
r -Ilnkda. The crop is estimated
bave b48,25 per cent. htter than i
CoUn.-The market has been di
during The last week, Though it is rn: to I
ascribed to Ise denauo, and scnrci:7
bujers. Cotton fromn ine warehouses
not easily boughl:, as very little is ofrii
in that quarter. and the r-:ceipta by %vagno
sire becoring quite lintited. The hn''le!
are relktant I-> part with their produec -
the declining rates: 'hey seeni disieism'l
writ tir furtiher :-dvicca fro~m Etu; l
which a'ie daily expceted. We c1an
record 1011101 sles during the week ; ti
sales lat.%%ere effected were at imnn
1o 54 ceaii. These ra:rs .how the cane
tion of or market. We quote extren'
.3 to 6 ats. the litter price for prisn
which iWery scarce; but t' ranigo- 1i
pretty jm4iI Colton is frori 4 to 3 cents.
T"' te rNOds of Flajoi
T. G. B ON, announce in. us a canadda
for the 00 of Clerk of the Court, ot FAg
field Dit r
warS t C
LnL i~e !! JLime!.
ASKa just jecesaue. a co
utdaupply of wich wid be kel
on haud t-ongh the seamn. bay
-'- LL: . CI.PON.
marchjfe k 7
-Eifteeld C. 11., .Mlaren .i.,jl4.;.
Otvar.n 'o- -
1N consequence ofihe resignation of Ca p
ait Jese Al. Cogbsr,. of Eet.Jneiel dei.
Cosmpany 1, an Llecteun wial 1e field 41
Saturday 4Il3th at 441ay anet, at Edgul.li
C, H., Itdre purpoMsO Ut illag The %icae.,ib
un thi aimeday, at11'clOcJU, Use LdtiaeA
fleat Company will parade itt II.e imais e i.. Ill
ed place, aruisidand estuippedL accuod-ua
Byorder cr Col. Wir fll.
? SA.ULt., 1-zot.i. L!. Col.
Manee-Lient. ltanwmy, .Lieua. Luaa'
nad ergues '. U. B&ceis.
March If 7
. fat hand. ;iven ov liet i
rau W.'onaer, one due ts.at Jam.asy uae.e
(or 'ive Hundred i0uniars. Waits asereA i,101
the dae, dated January 19. 1o.0. I ise otix
fur Five Hiindred Doliars, due tit .aiiuna
1t45, da 19t Janauary, M43. Tise a
Notes wejVecn fur lauid, a pst it Mwc
belonged kvluaalier pciiasn. The N.,its asr
in poueassofGenl. U. W. Hlusge.. wso
johinty bod with PauI W. Cotsner. :na a liatn
to make tfstttile of auid kana, 5ood. 1 nee
intend to Ul .e said ites.
March !7% 7
Stat .-i] 8Duth .Carulia,
Is 1ELD DISTRICT.
William ft n.&, Henrietta Forerlosure
Feasgi, 4 -o ! vf
C. J. Coup'Pai.Administ'r. -1M0r-4,0.
WLL38 SOLDoan thefirst MNtav i
AprW ossat Edgetield v. I. toelo
chi e"o ffortxa. awslow in; p
~ -. 8. CHRISTE. Y r.. is.
iiairch , ($1 5 ) t 7
State f $outh Carolina.
. 1 EQUI TY. -
A. L. Nichiqison, Bill to nlJ
. . lain till
E. N. Coleman, and othere. forIand4
IT appearing to my sntaistecsion ths
LEIsed N. Colemant, one of the udereu
dans in thiseunse, resides Ibeyond the. hmo
its of this State. On motions of Pope~w ams
Pope ordered tat the said hlredt N. Cole
man, do pleadl answersar demur ta sthe bil
on oir before theo eighth say saf June next
otherwise the said bill, n ill be ordered pr o
confesso against him
J. TER RYr. r.n
Ma re'h 9 3m t5
John H luiet, vs. John. Infow, (
Z. $t Btrooks, vs. The same. 5
BlY virture of sundry Exectmt'st
moe directed, nds by the wtristeni cos
sent oft all parties cotncerneic-hil 401 prso
ceed to tell in sho nhbove 'stume enets, 01
Wednaesday the '2?d inist. nt thme honaae i
John Intlow, the followving valuabsle pri
pertv, vez :
One trnet contalining three l.nlredl a:
tirteen, acres of' land w hewre diend:m
One othierdraCct niinn::nehnre
and awentaytwo aacre~s oft hInd. sair ci
less, adjaisiing Col. Broouks. John1 .3lealh
y-ieacres of lande. in aree -pa..r::
p arscIs adsjoining; lands of F. W. Pick:na
Also. eighteeun naeroes. siz: lh:av
Bridges, Lennah, Tilda. Nancsy. Jat.esni
and infatat child, Rachel. .Julin. .th
Eliza. Charles, Lee, Haerriet. Clari~s.
Aunderson. Allen, and F'ratkeyi
Also-Stock of Hocrves, Catile, & [log'
one Wagon, Plantation Tnols. H~ousehobm
and JKitchaed Furnitsaro. Corn, Foddesr, Baa
con, &c., *ith sundry other artiles noc
Tors ofrSile.-AII sums unader twena
ty Ave dollars eabb, all sumts above tha
amanon on a credit sill 25th or Decembec
next, with interest from date, pusrchaaei
to cive undoidhted security before the de
livery of rperty.
* . CHR18TIE, 3. 3. i.
March 8 ($5 25) 3s 6
ALL petmno5 indestetd to- ui 01n nec'oun
dusle the Gust sof Januaary last. are rt
quaese inu come and settle up. We hsav
to pay our debts.
GOODE & LYON.
Feb.13 -_______ 3
Charlesto, Feb. 20th. l1823.
D-it. THIOS. T. STAltKE. is hereby a~
Lpointedl Phsyician andsu~rgeon Geir
with the rank of' Liesstenant Colonel, cnd wi
be obeyed mand respected a'eosdmngly.
Dv order of the Comtlsnander-hm.Chier.
J. W *AN1'FY,
Adjutant and husp. Geil.
M..rc. Q ::s a
.1 SHERIFF'S SLE.
B Y VirtaUe of a.:ry writz of Fier. Fa.
to B cias. I will poro.eed so iell at Edge
le Gcid Court Hoose, till tWe art .'-londay
anti Tuesday of Aprii next. the fuwo..
I ing properly:
>e Ivcrs .n L. Brooks vs. Alhred Fniley
f I Milledge Golpin ve. the- iame, Tbomvas
W. Maloie and Jisse It. .iorav vs. fit.,
time. nud % isn lloiley. onie "thosasnd
neremoflawl m'ore or less adjoining W ade
rs U vmr aud others.
It lcown.d and Gairmany vs. L. nnd M. '.
Suber, one tamegru booy :-tif two 1l arses.
Johii F. ijnras vs. Wm. T Jlire, the
arnet of lamd t iere the dfe!.ant liv.:d
the yea- It12.: ont:ain ei;hrydive aere;
Sue rtM I- -, ndj1- amin;iji .hads 1 a 1:( ah C.
bwr. J. V. BHorns mdstil wrhf..
G. L. ani U. Pein. & Ck . v. J.A:n
nleaakr-%, ixty -fivc neres of land n-re ar
I-.s whine 61malood Moenlieaji
I.. J aol:i I :zuwn, Wmn. !,ntle'r :,id oahse-a.
C(.thuanz nd Sprou:l v-i Thomaus Berry.
one hi!ndred acrs of land mrose les, 4d
r jniingi Joao Rogers and others.
ShideNjy Cu,h. ihr the use of .J. P. Car- 1
&-er vs. Philip Dunmire, ots n agon and
t wo horeis.
IMdidred Ierry vs. J. A. Berry; .Michell,-l
Watson, hearer. vi. the rare. and C. J.
Glover. ona.? argiero wo:nan a y mild 41.i1e
httsy h~ors'e. amy
Johiln Dorn. !ener. v. J.,.: Dsa, nnd
'a. J. Kemp, tihe huondredl at re" mlf 14ad
arle up~ at dii'erena ae i weit-re de-fe-n
etanlt Dust 4ives. ;a-ijoininl liaa< mf J. .
lourssree. A. It. Falkner, nel *werm.
EI:lias 1ltivack l ndl others v-. Johint
Ilorn. one trset fof lai:e contaising aseaa e I
five acres, oore or le-s where the dh-fen-1
el;t live-s. Alo. f.ee wher trnec comam
i eng thirty ncre4 more or le,14 :14.1am dynin in te
a Iolve I ret. A a. vie tother tr-mwt c -ts
i4ining tiirty aere adej.-irning the above
trite-. known is I. II.:cisona edtm-e. ri-I
joininig J. H. ita wtrt e. :: ,Si 0'8 wr,. .;,.
Ie Sind C.
Park-a naid B1ar'<er v .I' .! lirth-y
The iract of* I mw %, le-re li.- sat-a,
ro-ai n:iiiti ilt* iaserio. m. i it , ng r.
more or len. atjomi:ng .!htrlet I'
G. L. anI E. P.-in. & C'. -< 'im. T.
Uirl. two neroe-i I-m ami ( i:mi, I.
James Siemppatrd v-.. \ Il. S; om1. wo
husslred acre-s of laned molaire or -.s.an %Ieere
eLeiendanft live--, ammjsmaaing Edaam'mn ilamyal.
Jot Cipthirnnt. etrvivor. v4. r:"zabe-h
3Mceiillian : fihe eleew11.6.1 mileer-- inl I.v,
hundred arre or land inore for I-s wi er
,she livteet, a11djiaing lauds 'arierly owied
. ay john Trappy.
Thi samne vs. James AMlillin : fhe m
r eeemsilat- imierent is fihe abovwe artiet 1
where hi-a mother live. Y
David Stroher vs. .I:te- Morri--. Jr.
. and Jnmes M1omrri-e. Senieor, tihe! ir:et ol
lamd where .Jaames Morri. Jr. :ive, cona
t:ining -ieveni huridrsil ncro-.es more or I. s., i
adjiaing lands of' EImund Ateiesn. lnd c
Richard Ccletman vs Ivev Sneller. no r
hundreal nere-s eor inid amre (or Ie-,aoijui
inl% 16a ads (ihrunfah vsiil oli rs.
John W. ilaughtion vq. .Mary ill...htow
er.otom thousand acre. of aid moture o le-e.
adjoinuing John Wise, Wui. S. linn ard,
John C. 31nore v. Jnres Gulaman aud
John Trapp, four hundred and thiry nre.A
of land nmore or less where deendant
(Golemon lives, adlj.inin liaus or James
nathews,. John Golemnun, and nthers.
N. tH. Neval v.. Geonrge N. l'arine; I]
- Davidl Tooln vs. time siais: Win. t iaover
vs. the snamea. rThe femlmow ing aaegresa vir..
G reaw. i1ii ami Beliahim.m
s us T h rceldet: tint1 lIireesors aif thse lank
of ah Stat ce asmbi! :s'ao'inas vi. Iblgsmsn
- tkiieaee. Steedmlai n and Mesriai v-a. tie
i ame: Wmss. Woomdhuerr- v-a. thme sa-neie. e-iht
- huandredt ne-re-i,mf inndsi rtsmre- or !e-t.. aduj..in
Sinag A buer Whia~tley, Jaamssa I'. (C:Juser.
- t. To'sislee. Ordmnnry 'ii. A mmirmii lenm.
h.er. Thmain Powi e-li atmiI Daso .\timsA k in
.ini. llhm a .Uvetd tl- rtied prermm-ty ad
S iumker Fosbter vs*-. Thmitns :. liar
J B. inirates.un Dama;w~asi .\kinmmm. I The
'abovel deCrC aiibe isid or D.). ini -.m\t k in.ceo.
I vemrsonm I. Birmetk.. 'v'. I ~mmicijph ( Xarter~
and F.i szlaethc Carter: .11ulcaml Genarmyvs
-th~e s-amse. Louiais I-. z yi a:d:. I .s im-th
Car;dter,- three- !hnm-'ciail a-e-em omf luiim smomrm
eoi le.-. admjoining id, ofal' a J''hns 1m i.., Wc mi.
I,. I ioivam l, :na.s otheirs. \lso-.inetm neg.
. lihi G. W~'uine '.". Joha-phi V.'ine.
e~a~ r Sin'apason vs. thie -saim-, mmii- lii t!
I roundm m inte Towmmn of ti iisaburg. mimatedm
mitn 'mntre *ieee5. m'n n i-m thmer-'wm' tVos -
-.'rsm- tc'e spiied hv - 'm 1t. . od-t. nssal
llura and N--,'thy. in:ic iiheir 1mem kenam i
as No-.. r,'-. ,.itiuated. o. Market sneetm. me
:4tim nA as .Ni. teli as t !i ~a:ne -areet.
- .I1,a. the- dweflling hos..' vis sh lie Irsid
atach-lae, madse tap mot fiaur or.igin I I.ini
'aimaimn ::s .ts .'a m. :l':I. Ud I. 3- anal 3'a;
-atatatedi min (:imvins'tons caret-,as i-via-t mis u-'
-im ;ihe p artpen f samj' Woodamsl
- *i'ery an u.l- Nimholson v-a. WVu Schum-ass
'rprt: ,-e- y s-ise n~i' 'eree as' htawl moire air
' lass, aamiinm Th'smas Tracrsipeed.a and
otherac''.- Trmo air le ('a-b.
Mlaurchc I5. tl::. :h 7
State of Sou1thI Car-olinai.
The E,.'tra of Ii. Ma. Collier, ai
I s. Ws. Vannce.
rI ~ TILL. BE S000. ait the houimse acf defehn.)
s i danst, on Mosssna the ?ith imac.. thme
-Ifollow ing propierty: Onm last taf Cirn anda Fodl
d ter, cighit head of Hiorses, stock of Iilags and
ICattlme. onme Wagon, amne seat laecmth'us
T'oolm. ne hmired andl thirtyecighmt piiee' of
- 15actsi. fliasnethold ad Kitenm ristmire, andii
valriaini othier articles not amentioined.
s Terams Cash.
- S. CillRISTIE, s. i:. a.
e- War. 15. 18413 (Sl i 0) is 7
V,00 El-'IELDf isTIiCT.
iG ?* Ia.
B. F-. Spikes-.
WT111. BF SOLl otn Friday 'he' tha ,et.
I V at tho sonse of De-fend.i a .,ow
- iang proaperty, viz. 400 iiushaeaCorn,. 2...:
' oud oflacan a stoc-k of Uittle'. a etock of
lia, oneo SOrreI .iare. onae sorrel liorace, larmee
Colts, a lot of W~agon Timbea.r, oa.n Siah'sI
Vice', siad a gantsitty of Iiianseholdian mci iitebl.
en Furnmitore. Torna Cza.
S. Cf!!ti.TIE, s. v. ii.
Afarrb2 (aQ 54) e, 6
will attend ar the Ionlowsu PI'W' tm
A collectT axes. for the vatr 1842.
0t, Sa-. :rdir..MPrch 4th st PoweW-.
" Mouds'-, -';, .t IIatberiew.
Tucsda'oy, " 'ill, n: R11ge
- . 'ddth, at Mnar-a:
" Tian.-d ./, " 91 t:. at . Wih
"Feriday. - 0l:l. li lerya
" So'urday. " Ilh. J. 1rhmdao'":
& W ':dne'sd~v ay, Uf lCdgI.C. ll.
Thursday, ith. i Allen's:
-Friday. - 7dh. ]D. R icintr-dolu'pi:
S " U rdev, " *N, at Towlem:
" Nonds'. '-2mth, re Smylyv't:
"Tuedn'. " lt. at I)un'tn':
We - d. ;t Sheppard',,:
" Timrsdy. 2 " 0-d. nit Shadrachs:
"reid:: t. -24th. at Liberty 11 :
Sin1 clay, - 5th. at Tucke.r's:
SMonatday. " 7ih. n' VanCees:
" lT oeqhav. *' 2dh. at ;ii'ger's:
* Welduedlar. 29h. Brash Ie"and
Thurdav, "'l. it flambthdr.:
Mond~ay.'.prii 3d. at Edgeield C. i.
After n ach -nne tny R.oks will beclos -
mi lor :lte present year.
B. F. COU EDY, T. C. E. D.
March 1 3t 5
TimJ. I. S. DrSTiC I COUIn, I
D1iT4tCT OF 3ioUTH eAROLINA. i
WIT 1i.E AS. Beijariti IS. Spikcs.
Wf fvrmer lv Wn~to. maker. lite Far
reir of I',efild l si'ti.taen' South
_.rnaom.'. h4eh tiled a Peti1i6n, prayin;:
imi le tovy Oe decllred a linnkrupt. piur
-nme n 1114e .%,-1 of Congifrt, orfte U sied
iinae<, mad4. and 0 ins forre. conceirn
it H.monAropt,4. anol ihat le may have the
e.ienti of theP Aidi Art ;ibi in o give an.
,e*e so. th. -t-il Petition, and that a hearing
t--r. of wil to! h.h' l befoir.' the lnnorble
Lowet It. Ghl-brim,. Jud::e of the aidi
itert. at : (.eet t) bie holden at the Fed
ri Coert I leu, in Chareton. on Mont
6v fite t went V-eventlI dy eof March next.
r eleve io'clocrk. A. IJ.. :a which plate
sodt litae all pe'-.,. isuereated my i'p
aear aneid oiaeww eniew. i antv thev ihave.
-byV the pr-:er of the said Petioner~aioulel
let be grl:-..
'hriaeto, e ldiv of' Fe h:ctry. l'$.3.
11. Y. ItAY. Clerk.:
W--re b 3t Li
FitOM ilhe subsciber. living ner
( , ieCl'o, creek. fat tie nei:;bbourhsoud
fof Chanan'q Wm il Ed-etiield District.
lny Negro 1113 JOH N, whom I pur
chaodul of my Hiser a few weeksagio.
ity timher pourchinmeed him ito a lipe
a'.ehttor. froin Virgeiia. John Paid leo
,.4a4 rA-8 1 ienr tichaiedaee. Vn . Joe ice about _,I
etct- of a;:e. abot . leet 8 4or. incies lhigh.
r li:;hi c'omipleman. #etil hia a war son the or
er efei'e left eye: iA n staia well niade elIlo
Of laceel. speako quick when mpoken tee. . e
1ad on wi e west an sty it fcc. cap.a Ieowi
h clothi C11.1t, helcetIalon-- of coeese gray
lIltl. It i'4 ejtite Jiisely lie is trying to get hiW
Virgiiia. I will give twetty live dellare
.ward to tiny persn who -vil appreisend ti,
,id clmae tnid contine him isi asy-jail in tin4
ite. o t.at I get it naain. and thirty-ien
..ila.4 ir taken ost of hestate. aaid if brought
ci:ame all rcaosonable exenAe% will be -paid. .
1e igeculalorriout whom he waspurchased
7rites hsis namseAndsew 1"e.
Feb. 2' if 4
The Colun;hia Potith-Carofiiiin, will io'pv
he above once a msouth until fabid. And
e-rardl their aceounts to this ofdice.
Lost or ~tolets,
lROil thesubcriber. at his recenience nanr
the Ridge. in tis district. on or aboast
met liktho nuiary hist. a Ilarget Green Moroc
h 'mof'K. l RO:OU) K. eentam ing a $2n. hil
pit lihe lhcink of* II.miihurgr. andt a $~2 hill up
ii ItRink f' cte Stitte eof Sui h C::rolinta.
io em-:lec ill cepoti I'alehi Rue.o .irthet
mithtl andc Samn f'nii teA, noctt the t'n!tnwmn
r's.'aerv neotee. viz. ni niete epoe iei'- I
Vat-aei tur $1l223 2?9. diue l-t Janmunrv let:
te upon.c G'erge- Vania.ier for $'2-5 : note eer.
ci Abhet tih ltyannut for !t1: a niute ettoe
'. W. laery anid 4.. J. Wilhc~atm. f'or upwant.4
* $4. with a1 cre'dit unialormued of $5'5 i .m
t'4I ent. wneh at credlat indoer-ede ofj $ct-e ft' ; a
'ue ii peln Wiiey~ taea ni n '4 Wiltnc laletitn lIer
'11: :: noa.te ao i dlit It e ('nenob. and Wilw.ooc
e eeund E: Wt.. Pemrry feer $1): a tiote uepeti
'nrie'r W'asml-.e for .9 13: acid am notit lcuo
% 'iu,-un Noer:~ ie' fo S e . TIhe ahar rteer act
-e< , rewSrd? of3 Tw'Oentl -t t. t demllara'i for the d.
:i ie eat thei I'ecke:' 11..it andc it" Ccntetti.
1.1. p'er'emi-- i:'lobrc.ei so the subscrihser,
by. nte' enr nenfi rtecoeint. nra. regele.ted, ni4
ei.' depied e'lhv tim.''.u Ti (:.nii. *.f tic.
acit'e'- of retncihi::. to coe'lli l'oru**rdf 1)neenm
-e.bh-. A~ payI np. hie i. dfe'trince eel cle,.cm.
e- bcct-m-. .\l i' tetiand 2tecmta. lror <.'t
-.l m .un- -.:eor lforec, ly it i.-2'zt lisrnc
. ina e- phr.iei nii the lciud4 of Utn Anar-~
fl. J. lt'A..
"'---b if 41
.3. D). T--B-i s
IIAS enimueed tm the rnon frnterly
t3reniied. bty Mlr. Lyn, in Msr
en e er.. n% he.re lie is e'nrryintg onu the
'hoie. lane itt all it4 brainchesq. Hie will
.eep~ conmstamly otn hitndc at sood4 tsuppy ect
ome mtade wccrk. ti Liia etf leather amti
idin::e. which will be~ sold as che:ap as
ant hie honiht at anyv phtice.. All kind.,
it work done to ier ni ith neaiess snde
leeipatchi. lIe will nhan pay the highieit
eritee fhr all kimis of hides.ceither in Cash
eAfthetr or Shoset.
Kideeliehh C. l16. March 8 tr' (I
B Y perimimion oft'he Ordinary of(Edgefield
Lh-trict. I echall proraeed to sell, ott Fti.
lay' the twiiventorth intit., At my7 resiencee',
ill the personal protperty of Jeacee Sweauingen.
Ie'd., on a credit util lihe twenty-tiih day of'
Ldecembe'r niext. puitC~rcha .) 'o notect with
cjpprovedt t'ee city. The icale to commence it
LI o'clock A1. .
J.iES SWVEA1IINGEN. As't~ar.
To Bridge BaidrT
it I D(l i tc be cilt, across Edlisto,
& whetre the Wilianm ey Bridg anow
atatnls. and that the Buailding amd Brialc be iet
mc the iow'eue hide'r at Edg.field Court flon.
in the timret '.Monday in Aperi next : the IBridge
..le h--ult of' good materials. ami wa-rrartted to.
le kuept in) e.ir repacr for'.even yeatr fro the
itme it i.. receiue'd: :a f iridane to be completed
se l~ tiel Mt ilay in) Octobene'xt
BOOK & 403 PRINT1NG
O' F Eveory eleart. ription ceeaea'asfat