Newspaper Page Text
Roanoke Rail Road post Fnday even'g
last. The fats 3Ahus stated-inte 1e
tershuri pa#~r :f%'
The LocoT oftve, tilla train ofif rtrtij
two burden sts,.1efr the Depots of the
Petersburg a1 ,-e Ro d at abogt h
o'clock.. M ang the 6 ret curve oi
theirpad, t was diicorered that one othe.
Cars had gotoff h teiraet, and- the. Enghe}
was of-course: immediately stopped h
Engineer getting dowf u to . a atea
the nature of the diflicuty as soon as
the Car bad been aria placed onthe
track, the Enineer returned thi s'post
and put the Eigini in e tibn.W sooetit
had he done so; tbigth'e titietLa t '
tearing the engine t2ato and
neer literally into h
killing a negro .man, b~vai ar irant
and injuring another: much.
Tbeexplossionwas a tremendous one,
_p iiitg been heatd all over ibe town, and
producing a shock lika that of an-earth
quake. Fragments of it were blon to a
great distance. We sawe-a piece of the
boiler, weighing at least 200 pounds,
which had been blown more than two
hundred yards, falling against the side.
and breaking in part of the weather-board
ing of4he house belonging to the estate of.
the late Jonathan Smith....
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3,1844. 1
"IVe will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of
our Libertes,and f it mustfaU, we will Perisk
amidst the Ruins."
'I The Edgefield Debating Society's meet
ing, which was to have taken place on Friday
night last, was unavoidably postponed until
- 7 H. R. Spann, Esq., cnd Dr. E. J. Mims
were, on Saturday last, elected Aldermen oj
this village, to fill the vacancies in the Council,
occasioned by the resignation of C. H. Good
man, and S. F. Goode, E'grs.
B7 General Peter B. Porter. formerly Se.
cretary of War, died, at his residence, near Buf
faloe, N. Y., on the 20th ult., in the 71st year
of his age.
Cotton.-Onr exchanges give the following
as the prices of Cotton in their respective mar
Charleston. Mar. 30, 6& a 8j eta
Hamburg, " 26, 6 a 8
- Augusta, - " 28, -a --
Columbia, " .28, 64 a 8
The N. Y. Courier and Engniret of the 26th
ult., states that the Cotton market in that city
is unsettled, sufficient business tot hating been
done sin e the arrival of the Caledoia to esta
blish rates, as buyers demand a greaterconces
sion than holders are willing to stibmit td.
. Cotton Dcstroyjed.---T~he Savannah Georgian
of the 23d uit., states "that a towv boat attached
to the steamboat H-amburg, wtis destroyed by
fire on Thursday morning, some 70 miles above
Savannah; and that it wvas tih gredt ditlicul
'ty that Capt. Cteswell could sate the steamer
and another towv boat from destruction. Six
hundred and eighty-niine bales of cotton were
bunt, partially insuredI~-hoss $15,000 or $18.
Another Steamer Burnt .-Si2Auidred bates of
Cotton destroyed.-The N. CO. Picaynne of the
23rd nuk. states, "that on 'Thnrsday night last,
betwveen 8 and 9 o'cloek the steamner Osage,
on her way from Yazoo City to this place with
a cargo of some 600 bales of Cotton, took Gie
and was entirely destroyed."
*Receptionvf Mlr. Calhoun in Chareso-'i'h
Charleston Metentry of the 27th nuk., says:
"Mr. Calhoun arrived hero yesterday by the
-S C. Rail Road. Notwithstanding the short
naotice and she .aneertiaty whlether he twould
come yesterday, there was a general outpour
ing of thecitizens, eager to express their res
pect for the manand their joy at his acceptance
of-a station at this time so important to' the
greatest interests'of the country. A t the Rail
Road Depot, Henry Bailey. Esq. ott behalf of
the citazens,received-Mr Calhoua,and in war'm
and eloquent terms gave expression to the gen
eral feeling of ther people on this occasion.
Mr. Cathaun then entered the carriage provit
ded for him, and attehtded by a large escort of
gentlemen on horseback: aind a gre'it erowd on
foot, p'roceeded to the City Hall, where he was
received by his Honor the Mayorand the City
Anthorities Mr. Calhoun's reply to both the
Addresses, was brief, but expressive of lively
gratification at this spontaneous exhibition of
the attachment and confidence of his fellow
ettizens. The applause at the conclusiotr of
his speech 'at the City Hall was warm and
hearty, and a shout, full of animated joy,
bade him God speed! as the retired. Mlr.
Calhoun seems to have recovered his health in
a gret degree-his step is firm and his look
'h suqasje apeysfthe28th ult., thus notices
the'dJepatste of Ms. Calhoun, from that city :
"The usedie etof our city has for the
last two days beeni'quito brokena up, and its
place usurged by the btieand gayety of holi.
day. The ,jrrengementsof the Committee for
bonoringijde departure of M. Calhon were
carried out admirably yesterday. A grat on
courseofecitizens thronged the Battery. where
the stamat Wps. Seabrook, gay with flags
and streatners, waited t~o receive him. The
.vppuse Uuter Van Burstn lay along side the
Battery. ad as the Seabrook moved away.
her yards wise tananed, and the gallant tars
gave thrte hiatygeers. The Seabrook, a
h.tale.wayvout rotdthe Mail Bout,. on board of
which Mr. Calhoun passed amid thte roar of
-,rtiery f'romn thn' Bttery. ..... .ths....:...:
Ibeerinw o a'sc a'nttet 11114
hednsn dhe l d
R3 iy"' p r 6om~ mg1o-nobse in
Chmeeyou tof all th ere noise ofipre
oespvc rC _1 a rose irresistibly frin
It~ a of felIIoW citizens full of rover
eii&~ b san da,:n d f"hope for the future.'
The rfouthern.Patriot of Fridaydlast says -
Mr C alhoun was received at Wilmington on
Gofpublie resiect o:soona: the boat
ppeared insiightb iwa hailed by the firing
ifcawion7)hil all age shiipping in port diis
ilayed'ihear color. The citriensoff Wilming
;on; almost emwase, -were- waiting ontfie
wharf to receive him, where.he was Neeted
with iearty cheers and then conducted iy
beinb the crs. -
= Washington correspondent ofthe Char-'
estibnMercury, under date of the -2:d of March
lays :- ur citizens are hourly looking for
he arriva ofMr Calihoun aiad unless be dis.
ippoins them, will give-him a-warm and cor
lial-reception Tbii will be without distine
lon ofparty, anijeaItirelyuanconnedfed with
partybias. The peo>Ie of this Dristrict ap
preciate the high qualities ofMr.'Calhoun, as
in ho'ncat.statesmnn. "indeed he. is no where
regarded as a political leade, but as a man in
hom the -nation can placethe. moat implicit
onfidence: Froi: what I have seen,.I have
tt thesmallest of'ut that Mr. Calhoun is
he choice offouiffthsof the democracy of this
ounotry, and I fear the pulitisians will manage
.o secu e theintiination o.'.Mr.-Van. Buren.
[talked-only a few minutes ago with an in
luentiaLDenoctat frona .Marylaud; who ob
,ervedtome-"Sir,Mr Calhoun is my choice,
ndtinchoice of bery man in my neighbor
o,dyet I-suppose we shall be obliged
,o go: for the nomiiation.' Were Mr. Cal:
oun to be nominated. -I feel persuaded he
vould'be elected with the most triumphant
iujority that ever man received, and yet such
man is to-be thurst out for a politician, in
whofh the democracy has no confidence."
From the Charleston Mercury.
ST. PETERS, March 27.
We crossed the ..Border" on Friday last
to hear the ,Lion of the West" deliver
himself to the Whigs of Chatham, but
reached the ground. only in. time to hear
lhe. last half hour of bis speech. Neyer
havingsbeard or seen. him before, we had
cur expectations wrought-up to a high
pitch,,from the accounts we had ever heard
f his surpassing voiceand eloquence-of
Bourse we did not expect that Mr. Clay
would advance what we should deem good
loctrine, but thought that wce should' be
feligted with the garb in which ho clothed
his hideous progemy-he touched on. a
National Bank-complimented the ladies
>f Georgia rather equivocally we thought,
,y placing the breeches'on them-saying
hat 'they were Whigs to a nan'-mendea
rored to kill the Magician with a little
aint praise-'.and concluded his address by
advocating the odious measure of the dis
ribution of the proceoda of the sales of
he public lands among the States. We
vere very much disappointed in him, lie
lid not come up to the standard w e were
ed to prescribe for him. Mr. Clay was
> no means eloquent on that oceasion;
ige has possibly qnenched his fire, or per
taps the want of response frorh the audi
mco gave him no spirit for a nobler flight.
Soi very evident was the want of ethusi
sm felt, that one of the Whtig Committee
a the Balcony endeavored to supply the
lefcienicy by calling out the 'when' and
he number of times the speaker was to be
sheered, and it h'appenaed once or twice
hat the signal was "given at the wrong
noment and before the orator had arrived
i the point of his idea
Mr. Clay is physically unable to go
brough the pageant that his Whig allies
wish to tmpose upon him-they will
shew*' hime to death, and 'fete' him to the
taave. He leaves thi% to-day for. your
~ity via Augusta and Columbia. When
e reaches you we hope he will be received
vimh true Carolinian hospritality, arnd
bough bis partisauzs in yoaur city may be
nilated beyond their proper proportions
y his advent ; we trust their feelings msay
iot be wounded by any low latmpooning
>f the "amnibus" and 'Jim-a-long-Josey'
>rder, n bich they bestowed on Mr. Cal
oun on. his way to Washington a few
We felt sensibty the degradation to our
Republican lInstitutions on Friday last.
when we saw a veteran as Mr. Clay is.
n rb-e service of his eountry, hawked about
as some great beast of nonder to catch a
ew '.ote6 for thratstationa which should be'
lie reward aloneof the lofty Patriot' and
Barbarous Amus'enrents..-We a'e in
rormed that His Honor.Judgeo Wardlaw,
t the instance of the Attorney "General,
ins granted a rule touching 'the gredt
vainof-cocks,' which is advertis'ed to be
rought near thud city next month, on. a
wager of 'a thousand dollas, half forteit.'
the pirincipai engaged in this intended!
iport, will, therefore, have to justify them
slves in the eye of the law, before they
vill he permitted to proceed with impun
ity; and it is confidently believed that the
tffect of this procedure will be to arrest, in
is indipiency, this dowsard march to
barbarism. It is almost superfluous to
remark' that the great mass of our citizelis
are int'igntna at the announcement of a't
angements for so degrading an amuse
neot, andl so discreditable to an enlight
med and civilized comaisuity.-Chkar
Pere.-Several attempts having. been
nade recently to setiire the town, the In
endant has issued his proclamation. We
ope the reward may lead to the discovery
f the incendiary.- Georgetoton Observer
Small. Pox prevails at Frankobr Kenr
~uckcy and the t'iembers-of the Legislature
aeing alarmed at its-rayages wished to sit
with closed doors. Consatitutional ohjec
tions were raised, and' it was suggested by
a Mr. Speed that the memebers should an
sint their noses with tar to prevent conta
;ion.. A resolution to exclude strangers
ana hon-ever adopted,.
, . . For thie Asenier.
. DrXsE--to a former .conmuti
cation; .i..prominit to invite the aftentic
ofyour resideri ocsionally, -tajuchj e
etibles as are valuable for Mediciai' 1i
pasuirageor maoly of the wants of-doie
tic.iodiy.: The folowing are extrac
ed froimthe DumestiiEncycloedeia.
MASTA WoaRT the-common, or Imper
toria Ostruhwium; L., is an indeginous pe
rennial pIan;growring in- damp meadow
and-flowerii-ifJune:; It ii cultivated i
gardens, on a~etunt of iLstiediitnal pro
perties, and Iifag be propagdted either b
sowing the seeds or by partingtiE edot'si
Master Wort prad ces a waifm and at
static root, which has beenjecoatmendb
in the Dropsy; Is well as iirdebility of th
stomach and bdwelsr : An infusloff It ii
wite,-is said to hae euted 'uarten ifgue
after the-bark had failed. When chewe
it produces acdpious jhow df dalivd dx
cites a hedting but agreabi senatiob i
the gtma, nd frequently affordsielief i
the rheumatic' tooth-ache: Hoffman as
sorts'thatthe roots of this vegetable are o
great eflidady.it flatulencies, and tIhe pain
ful colics thence arising; when dried nt
pulverised, they hive sometimes affordet
relief in asthmatic cases, and disorders o
the head. Moiled id a recentsidte kiih lard
they forth an ointment, that is reputed t
be. of cofisiderably efficacy. in teinovi
ringworms. According to Iautoch, it ha
also beed advantageously employed.io tan
--GuAts BEAki, or lragopogon, L.
genus of plants comprising .16 species, tw
of whicli are indigenous.
i. The pratinse, Yellow Goat's Beard
or go-to-bed-at-noon, Ibecause its blossom
close about the middle of -the-day) grow
in meadows Mnd pastures; %*ie'e it flower
in Junes fir. Withering rediaiks, thdi 6i
young roots of this pladt, in spridg, uta;
be boiled and eaten like asparagus. as the;
possess a similar fBator, and are nedrly a
2. The porrifoliwn, or furplfo Goat's
Beard, is also found in meadows, and no
unfrequently in upland pastures;. it flow
ers-in the month of May. The succulen
roots of this vegetable, when cultivated it
gardens. is called Salsafy. Cows,sheef
and horses, eat the whole of this plant
swine devour it with aviditv. but it is no
relished-by goats. The tender roots 2f'or
a delicious salad, and also an excellcu
substitute for asparagus.
GoonSE GrAss, or Cleavers Clivers, o
Catchwood Goose Grass: Galtwn assa
tine, L. an indigenous plant, growing il
cultivated grounds and hedges, and flow
ering from June to September. This sue
culent vegetable possesses no smell, an
is of a somewhat bitter and acrid taste
An ointment prepared of the herb, uher
bruised and mixed with lard, is said to be
an useful application for discussing strum
ous swellings. Dr. Mtayerne informs us
that three ounces of the juice of this plant
taken twice a day in wine, has been fount
singularly beneficial as an asperient and
diuretic in incipient dropsies. Its greates
efficacy, however, is said to be evident it
scarbutic complaints, for the eure of wthicl
a teacupful of its expressed juice is to ht
taken every morning, for nine or ten days
When the fresh phfut cannot be procured
the dried leaves thay be infused and drar.i
like ted. The branches of this vegetable
are employed by the Swedes, aS substi
tuteS fdr a hair seive to siraid milk: .Youn
geese bre exceedingly fond dftlfe leaves
and the irhole plant is -atcn by horses; I
is remarkoble, that the bon'es of poultri
feeditng on vh6 roots of goose-grass auqtiirt
a red color.
The I~ev. Dr. Batemnan has p'ublishet
an account of the great benefit derived fron
the uffe of this plant in cancers, foul ulcers
and scorbutic eruptions. The dose is
gill twice a day. The effects aie said t
be slow, thouglh' cerlain., Aui o'remeti
must be I repared .from the leaves wit i
hogs lard, andl applied to thu ulcers, thi
fresh plant beinzt too bseating Co apply t<
thetm. The paurts must of course lhe kep
cleads, salt meat avoided, and .temiperanci
stricty observed.-Gent. Mag. 2d par
There is anothief spediep of this plant
nanmely, the cross-leaved, Goose-.grasu
Bed-strad, or cro'ss-wayi Madder Galiun
Boreald, L.- whicha irowe on mo'uitains
rooks, and in gravely places in WVestmnore
land WVales ; its stalk attains a height r
frouii one to four feet, anid its beautift)
white fIowfers ayear in, lf and Atiguui
In Sweden the roar of .thissegetabfe
iown by the name of Matara, and is geli
erally employed for dying wo~ol of a fin
crimson color. Accordiuij to Becksteit
this herb affords a very grateful an
wholesome food for cattler
'the ediior of the publicaiion froms L.h
the above selections are made, was an em~
in'ent Physician and Presideflt of a diatin
guished A'grienltural Socrety. ,
.. From the fanmburg for'a'
TEMPEA19eE'SoctErY of RA'3tatURd'.
A t a reg uber ieei'n'g' of the Ha'nibtra
W~ashtington Total .-islinence Society, hel
at their Hall, on Monday evening, 25t
inst-., the following gentlemen were dul
elede~d as offibers for the ensuitig y~ai
commencing at its next anniversary meet
ing to be held on the evening of the secon
Monday in A pril next, viz:
Robert Aaderson, ESsq.,Prest".
Gollathun Walket,- rsiVice Pres't.
' T. H'. Htowahd, 2d do do.
P. II. Perrit, Recording Secretary.
M. Gray. Esq , Cor. Secretary.
J. J. Howard. )
W. W. S'le, Stan. Corm'te.
0. W. Garajany,
By order of the Society.
G, WV. GA RMANJY, Ex-See'ty.
Hamburg. March 27th, 1844.
To dhe Editor of dhe Chironid. $r SentineL.
Ma. E nrroa:-For the subjoined st'afe
mnent of tt%'terms dpon which the recer
quarrel betfeen &essrsr.Yancey and'Al'en
ander has b'edn'adjtisted', Iask a plaee
tery'respectfully, youfts, o&e.
J. P. CanaOL..
The uindersigned' present the followin
opinion relative to the m'atters in contre
versy between E. P. Allixandler, Esq., an
Benj. C. Yancey, Esq.., which have bee
referred to thcm by .Major Wright' an
Coh CarrolL-the frienda-of t hose gentlemer
1st: n the twofiat notes et eltd
. artie tbe ei saileri depardiieifo
the nsal style ot sthae, mmutiistion
The style of.the thiid note (Mr: AyesI8i
r Dec. 1843}) being objeetionalia thie Eh
aug relalion Of the-partie tit onte di
be co:nideltd a wiihdrawn,-and thereul
on.al[thistbsbfequent notes and publici
tionisdf oth parties shoald ,likiewise b
. considered as ithdrawa. 7
2d. The liatties will tlaile bi replaicbda
'the positiounthich they occtipied at tl8da
livery and reeipt of.the seand tiote .'B
as in the frenltim. there had nagedt
beady adejdatie motive'for a mdEild b
tween thlerii, it is the opinion of the flacre
that the$ *iSe. and . honorable coatfe-1 .
j ceider the two first noted.:as also. W it
drawn. aid the conlroversy termiristed.
GEO. W. LAMAR,
On the part of our respective friends,w
assent to-and adopt the .foregoing termsa
adjustment. ' J D. WRIGHT,
:March 26, 1844.
Pfom the Hamnburg Journal.
[Died, iater a short and painful illness, at he
residence in Edgefield district, S. C: on th,
17th inst. Mrs. FAaacvs JULIA HaNEOvD. con
sort of M r. Charles HIihmond, in the 33d yea
df her age.
Never has it fallen to the lotof hitmwho pel
this gfticle, to perform so sad a task. Surrot
did by every blessing that could conidace to he
hap piness-eminently endowed*with those pe
collar qualities. whiclkshine amidst thit ddme
tic circle like rays of Hedatddl liglit lie
frietidi fdndly hoped to enjoy ker society fe
' manyffeai. tt thqfroxpectaeidds were doom
I ed to sill!--ledven's riigtiy'destee had goa
i forth, -and with asue-stricke liearts, we cat
only esiclaim. "GOh Lord! ho*, unsearchabl
are thy Jfdgtireits, and thy *aysare prist fhai
,.he ehdnidier df ilm. Idditiioiid is, i ea
lily told. As the inieicible frierdd, the. i;idol
getit mother, and the devoted wife, tte wrti,
kne* ndt which most to admire. All of thea
relatidhg sbe.Aore with that dignity which bit
t few attaid. No piardon in ddf idnity ei
- joyed a larger circle of friends; and Iet et
t pansive heart embraced all; the IdiiUrdbl(tid
shared, as largely in her tonfidedce its thei
more fortunate neighbos-on many d lied
has her kindness left impressions of giiittde
A more alfectionate mother was not tu h
1 found. To her children Lind husband she de
I voted her life-happy when they were happfy
t and troubled when they complained. Baai
alas! sie'gone ! and has left a husband witi
r three small c'hildren, an aged mother, a brothe
and a large circle of relaijves and friends I
mourn their loss.
.Though Mrs..Hammond neverattached het
self to any church, her death was not withou
'hope. In the summer of 1831, memorable or
account of the religious revivals, which sprea
thronghout this District, she attended a Protrac
ted Meeting, held in one of the ch'arclhes nea
her residence, and the Lord was pleased to
touch her heattwith the power of His Truth
and tn the opinion of her friends, gave her the
assurance of His love, which accompanied Iet
through the remainder of her lire-nor did.
forsake her in the hour of death. To one o
her friends who called to see her during he
illness, she remarked, I know .1 must die..
do not feaf death, I only regret to leave Inj
husband and children.'
There remains fur them a consolation-th
hope of meeting hdf In Heaven. k.
Edgefeld Debating Sort,
H E Menlieft of this Society will hold
Public DiscirsSion, on Wednesday ever
ing the 3d inst., to conuiinenco at7 o'clock,upo
a question of grzdi politdcal interest. A Lectur
will also he deliyered y a nadmber ofth e Soe
ety, up~on thae" Imamortality of fle soul."
.Laidied anid Glefftlercn di-e rcspelafully invi
ed to attend.
liy order of tdie',86'iet". ...
.CHAS. A. MEIGS, Shery.
Api-il 3 it 10
First rate Harnesa r Saddle Maker,(non
otheor neced .dpply,) io. whoni #9nsta
wonrk and lib'eral' ieages wilf bie jir, oan appl
acation to the subscriber, niz Edgedield village,
A pril 3 tl 10
Shaws Cceek Beat Co'pys
YOU are ordered to a4pek io
Company Muaster Ground. on Satn
day. the 13thn of April next, for-Dri
By order of .
I' Capt. H. B. (Zar...
D. HIOLSONBAC1, . o..
Mlardn 27 7 .3t 9
ALL persaod'indebtedto theeitIae of G.1I
Rus-ron, de'eeid, are reineltt'ed to.cont
'forward and seltle theit acdonants, and'th
i haVing demnds'n agai'nst s'aid ests'td, are siolici
ed to ienes their. accountit, leyrally attested.
W. N. &ft1RJ~E, Execu'tor.,
SMardh 27 af 9
* eetcajl JNOu 6..
H-1 E saubscaibers have aasociateil t imu
U. selves in the Practile of MzE~c:Nz, ha
WZFRay, and SUnoERY, in Edgelield Distrac
undier zte finof Jenninai& Keith..
W. D.. JENNINGS',
T. F. ICEITH.
March 27 ti 9
Bland & Butler,
R AlE now receiving and upening their usni
Spring Sunimer S~oot8
4 i~h, with their former stock; :'enders' the
assortment complete. aand to which they re
pectfully invite the atterntion oftheir customaer:
and thae publick geaneratif.
We will ntit preeit to ennaui'efae S4tldIes
Call and we wilrakovw them to you ;ifydbud
riot buny, it shsalrnot he our fault. :~.
We would aval.ouirselves of this op-portu'ahit
to tender oo'r sincere thaiki to those whtohas
so libieralhy patronized ais, and invite by a utuii
attenatiutr to our -bisintesa, and thibir intereat,,
continua~nce of that patronlige. K
March 21 <i 9
New Spi .Goods
CHARUES W~lF 0 k'
IS now receiving, and will continab to ra
ceive l kindof . -
-of'the laiteit an'd niast fasahonable styf'u, J~iti
hle for thae'seasonri l'arge assortiaelht of a
lacoes and Prmnted Lawns, u good assortisent
Bpringand Sammer-.Godils for meih'iveal
such assBlack Ditp d' E'ta Fancy Ribbedari
Plain, Brown and White Linen Drills, al
Fancy Ribbed and Plaii Worsted and.Cotto
Gamiboons, Vesings,&c 3.4.to6-4 brbwn aa
-bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, from 5.deni
I aip. A good supply ot Ladies' and Gentle~zjen
a Shoes; also Fur, Wool nini Palm Leaf 1hkt
I all of which will be sold low foar cash.
. Hamburg, Marcea23. tf 9
. e ae
- IE Mid-i ro priaer
nj ' F midesn ilU e -Jai g aida
losesr.d lie-15th October. r .
t- P 2 is intended _aa
Soarse iir- npaiwh are to joii astitutt
e atthe igendW terd n Octdier. ..
IIAS MARKS,-M. D.-"
Columhid. - arcd - .-.St 10
it Haan-Rosirrais-10th Reft; S. C. 9J.
,.,A-pr 1. ]844.
HE Tenl eginent ,SC. Militia il
agrade iB ibe following ordervira
STfe 2U:.Bdtaliondt Col. Towles' tie6tliri
Sit.iddt inaMay'neit 'by 10 o' eock, As M
eutppedscordingeto law. . :
Tle ltBattlion-at Mount Willing. on tie
fddtfIh Satinrday iu May next,-hy 10 o'cI-elt
A. M' %dsgiped acdoiding tdJw. .
The eomuassioied - acid non-cowniissfdh d
e. officers will'attend.tieir respective giaradeb3Fie
f day previoats by 10 o'clock, completely equip
ped, for Drill and In traifidd. A general and
field returned will be required,.'> -
The Lieut. Colodel and!Major will forthwith
extend so, ntich of the otder as relate to theit
By order of Col. y. Qiidtt .n, -
M. M. GRAHAM, Ad'jt.
r 10th Rey. S. C M
B April 3 3t. 0 i
- Y virde dfan~drder from the Cdurt of
a -Coainiort 1les, 1ill psroceed to dell in
the tdwn of Hamburg. on "Thursday the 18th
r day of April next, the folloving property, in
7 the following write of Attaalinertt. to wit:
Williani E;Jdckson & Calvs WIllianm Fiti.
r roy OeotgdS.Cfdneron &Co. vlFitioy add
r Mcidnif; ad J-. J. Bryan vs -the sanwbstx
Boxes and'conents; two Kegs and contents;
Sit Bags of Cdffee, dud one Barrel di Oil..
It BOftLWA1tE, s. .
A711i.1 - 3t 10
- Tli Colledtor's Notice.
rKILL attend nt the followting places'to col
lec Taxet for thdt year 1443:i
tonday; Apfil 1, Hatcher's Poid,
Tueed j; * 2, ii dge,.
Wedneiay " 3, Morris';:.
F Thn dany, " 4; N.WilliIg; -
rfiday; S Perfy9,
3 ttrdife; " 6, -Cdleman's,
l4indat " 8; Tdwles',
Tuesdaf; _ u . J. Richardson's,
Wednesddf; " 10, Allen's,
Thursday; << 11; 8Smyly's;
Friday; * 12, Denton's,,
Saturday; " 13, Sheppard'd;. .
Monday, " 15, (Shadwick')Rbdel'E;
Tuesdaj; " 16, Liberty Hill.
Weddesday, " 17, Tucker's,
Thiirq:1y, " 18, Vance's,
Friday; " 39, Geiger's,
Saturday; " 20, Beach Islund,
Monday. " 22, Himburg, -
Monday. May. 6, . Edgefeld. C. H.
After which time. my books will be closed
for the piresent year. ..-..c
fu F. GOUEDY, z. . . p.
April ' St 10
State of South Carolina.
-Y ifIHN. HILL, Esquire, Ordinary
B of EdgeIeld Distribt..
W..hereas,.W illidriiWitklo hail ip
plied t4iiie~ far -etters of Admiiisttation,
on all ad singular the goods and chattels,
a rights, and eredits of Richard Johnson,
lath pt the Distric afbresaid, deeeased"
T'Ie a re; tlierefoe-dtoite and admon
si all and idigulaI the lidred and credit
tore of iliea 1lI doded;iw ble did appear
a iefoe ma, at dirffaeii Crdiuarfs Caura
-for the'salo fisitriot so lie holden, at Edge
field. Co'ui-t -House on thie 1li 6f A pril,
1844, to show~tdlse, if anj, sly ihec said
Admirnistrati~i ~ihonid not be granated.
Given undel- my hand' and seal this 1st
day of .AprilI one thosisbad eight hun
-dred asad forty four, & iri thed siity-eighth
year of American Indel'lendenbe.
e JOHN H ILL. a. a. 3
t ,A pril 3, 1844. E$5 12] 2t '1
iState oif South Caleolina.'
- ~Y JOHN HlfaL, Esq., Ordinaryr of
Wherqas, John K. IKneee hiath applied
.' to:re 'rLettes ofAdaiistrauio'n, oldal
and ceafiie of~ David Seel late af the Dis
These jare, (ieleforae tdo ite' and adt
mnish all atid sin'gurs, the kindred and
ceedtiiru of :Fie said d~teased,- to be dad
a pbar b'eforene; t~ asaitt (tdiuary'a
Ooust for ihe said Distsici, so be holden at
Ei.~edefd Cru'ri House ob arste ficenth
daa of April nuext,' to sho'istise, .if any,
. why the said admi'nistationshouuld dot be
. 'Gven -under myg haud iad. seal, his
28th1 day ofMarch, iir rile year ofedri
tiotd one lif6#ian*T eiglht hunded ~and
tirsy.-our. and ina the sixty-e'igtrh oair 0f
- . - OHN HILL o. -D
April3 ',44, r[62 12j} 2c jO
State of 8otah1 aiiia.
ND'GEF1ELD DISTRIO T.
Y JOHN.HILL.:E~si' Ordinary
Whereas, Luther rolhh apjlied to
Sme for Letrs -of Adniiniiss'inr on~all
and singula'ifite goods, anditidC~S ights
~audeddite of AugOius E. Tiageidlate
rof she:District afoteraid deceased,
Tfele- arE, ihdraf6d6e t dii' and sd
m noniih- all -an' singefa the'kii'dri and
creditors. qf .the;.sadeceased, to' be and
appear before de,.at -otr'.next O'rdinary's
SCourt-(fo th'e said 'fist'iecf,,to he holden nt
liki~geleldl -Court Housi on the fifteenth
day of April ext, to "show ca'ule, if aisy,
t~ t'lhe lfaidaEdmiitrationsaid aol-be
Givead tibderny i~d dial, i e
-dpy of Aprif n tie' yearof our Lord one4
thousand eight hundredsan- dorty-four;
and i.?hh ityi-igih Kmerlas
udsapedenadeg . o ..
..*- ,TORN HIL,-i K D
m Kes 0. DMAPEI.
tilat she has talcen a room
at Mr. Compy. oelas,
sKER; also the Bleaching
aandI repairing of-LEG
', HORN BONNETS.. She has on hand arti
cles ina the aboveline, for sale.
March 20 St 8
Y stkins, Tlioina~s' A
Brooks, ;John Brg den, ; }
'llrciibaupt, -Cl rj
C,W es. . I, olr,"E l
1Clark. W it ,cite r r
"ChileyJ S Ofilll~Btin c u
C o n , 13, .r
D unkzh, Brantby' Do d ,
Dtelaughter, John,;- Delia ghtn
1e4ans J " E'
Evans,' " ;0~ ELd' ~ rb
Elizey, Lewls Elder,'1.
?ulmore; John Jr. Preemahr ;jk ^
Farrow M4frJ. K, Fai, Jobi "
-r d James i
Holhie S. Hidoc "; ::
Harris. WileysoN e
Hodges, Mrs. Juliah i awGo
Harrison,-S. C: st~o.
Jonsl . W:.: ' Johnson Adna_
Lspadrm, 9. .Lr'combe, lna 1: =
L~tfrum A1 ;C Lipscoznhbe, John =
Mlitchell, Wahasek Mrris.- Thoas
Maya, D~4. ooe Jaturs.
Morris, sta:Jane Moare; Henr
Mlills, Tiij as S. Malt, Edwtard
Nappe . . ichol.: Mr. x,, ;
Ouics, iere por David
Price, Iliass'. Perriogton, MjsS.
R~ano ..,-t :
Rasm sy E.Ai Roper, or einran Hz'
Ramer&Mu.8 'B:.. 'Fhx.
Rem, B-.- E*~bnree. ?Johin 8.::
B3ualaudMiss Pi. Riobehs,'itelion' G.
Ren, Wmn. kdb~.
Shnapton,. Airs. .Samue s,. ' <
Stedlbani, Marshal .Samutels;; r ;
Sheppard, James j <
.TiIbetts. D. tY... Teonrt Dr. a.'
Tigue, Dr. "~ Temples, Joh'=
Turnzer, Johii C. x
Vaughn~ 'Ru l
Will iams.,.Miss C. WahrmUn' Sr:
Wnlker1Wzn G. W i'M~
Write, Shandy . Wiiis ~ -
~Wilson &; Pton
Yonbiodd, William _ 88=
* * 1.- FRAZIER, Phij.
OPersous ea (liag for ay tf~heabove -
Letters will say dvrtised&Leife' ,
ST.ATE OF.P : '.R9L1 IV4 ,
j Y O HN. HI.M.- Ea reOrifare
df .EdgeidDisti'dT .
Wheres, Thdmase A =f.:yrc a.pl.see i.o '