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Uonintrd from jrs . . a:c.
for our next campaign-for a third campaign,
if i took place.
Well; suppose that difficulty surmounted
suppose the men ready-can we raise ways,
and means? A fur more ditlicult question! Re
member, you will have no longer resources in
your treasury notes. That's exhausted, per
haps more than exhausted, by this sngle can
paign. Yon must borrow and lay taxes. Can
you borrow ? Can you lay taxes? What taxes?
Upon your imposts ? They can give you but a
small supply -Ynn must go to itrernal taxes.
Can you get them? This country h.is resources
almost b yond any one on earth. Bit there is
one circumstance which greatly ernbarrasses
us in reference to internal taxes. Alany of the
states are greatly in debt. Many of them owe
as much as they can pay with the tuost oner.
-ous taxes. -Well, now, all taxes must be nui
'forn. Can you collect in those States? II
you attempt. will not repudiation extend itself
instead of being restricted? Will the people
.bear it? Will Pennsylvania. with forty milions t
on her shoulders, bear additional taxation?
Will Maryland, who cannot resume now, brt
is struggling to resume-will she bear enough
to pay, and also again resume? No. Yet, sup
pose the difficulty over-sanppose we g.t all we
-want-is there suficient unanimity and zeal im
the prosecution of this war to warrant the be
lief that Congress would give Supphes? D8es
the evidence of this session furnish a satislacto
ry reply to that inquiry. No. There is ton
much division of sentiment for that. A very
, large proportion of our country, believe that
thie war wras connnenced without the :r'hruriry
of the constitution. and withont the satntin of
Congrss. A vast nrutber believe th:tt the
war is litihly i:jorions atd inexp.dient. These
unirinon, wit cjrInnut doubt. an: hnercsly enter
Wha1.t my orit1,s1 ,( alon al rthe;! points. I
should li: glad to go ii to. on anry suitabitc- ta
.iun. But I do not hold it t, be proper to mir
gle my owrn p1 ;ilte viet s and sentients in
junstilettitin ot my course on so grave a ques
t.un. It is sutlicient for te to s:ry th.rt, these
deep convictions on all these points in refer
ence to the war, which extend, if you may
judge from appearances. to nearly talfl: f our
whole popalation. render it highly improbable,
that there will be that zeal of unrarnnity neces
sary to enable us to procure the means of car.
rying on this third campaign. But suppose all
-these difficulties overcome-tthere is another
still deeper-still more alarming to be met.
'Titere is another question to be met, which
'touches the very l'oundationr of our republic.
To whose benefit shall the lands acquired, if
any be acquired, inure? Sh:ll the benielit be
exclusively enjoyed by one -portion oft -the
Jnion? We are told sir, and I am afraid that
appearances justify it, that all parties in the
non-slaveholding portions of this Unrionr insist
that they shall have anr exclusive monopoly
that such provisions shall be iade as shall ex
clude those who are interested in the institu
tions of the South. Sir, if the non slavehdld
ing States, having no other interest but an
aversion to slavery-if they can coie to this
conclusion with no other interest -but that-1
turn to them!, and ask them what must be the
feeling of slavelioding States, who are to be
deprived of their rights-to be deprived, and
despoiled of that which belongs to theti, and
to be assailed in the most vulnerable point.
and to whom this question is one of satety,
and not mere policy abont a point in which
they have ni real interest? If there be stern
ness on one side, be assured there will be ster o
ness on the other.
Now,.if L wuay judge from what has been der
- lared on this floor-from what I hear on all
ides-if iembers from non-slaveholdintg States
were perfectly surethat they would not acquire
one foot of this land free, they would hesitate
to carry out a vigorous prosecution of the war
by which it was to be acquired. Can they.
then, suppose th.t there is a less feeling on the
jart of those who are ti be entirely excluded
and do they supposethat theantcan be furni-h
ed for a war to be Fegulatly carried on, where
these radinal differences lie at the bottom? Mr.
President, I wi.1 suppose, however, that men
and money, and unanimity can be Imd. The
question then comes, can you. il'yuu do not
"iake peace with Mexico in the city of Mexico
-an you brinrg tIs wvar to a sucecessful corr
chirsioni by sutbduiing tire country ? Thai~t's the
question-is there airy certatinty--for I do riot
rmake it a qutestion of probability att all ! Look
at the history of these wazrs. Threre are two
mow existing, to which I have already alluded
-thre war of itussia with tire Caucarssiars-the
wvar of France in: Africai. These wars aire
somaewhrat anatlogours to that in wIch we inre
engaged. WVe find itt these countries bravc
baen defenidinig themosetlves in threir mroummarrr
fastnesres against the best troopts inr Europe
anrd thre highest mritiary skill. Are we to ex
periencee no diflinhlies of a sitirtar kind wit
that race obstinately persistingt irr their resis
tirrce to the very last ? No,-sir! Thlere risrio
icertainty thrat thet war will 4e broughrt to a snec
cessful issute. Ynu rmay go ott to thre fort rth,
-fiflh,sixth, nriith campailigni. H-ow miany c.rtn.
paigns has France htad atlready in Algeria ? (A
senrator. *Sixteen!1") Ilow matny haus lrissia
hradl itt the Cancasus? Hlow marniyhad we onr
selves with a praltry band of Iudianrsini Floridfa?.;
WVhy, thrat war lasted five years. and cirsitus
thirty mrillionr of dollars.
Srrppose we' do ;go on., andi at the enrd of the
fourthr or fifth camnipaigi,-then comies the gren ut
ugnestiona. What are yori to do wyith thre territo
ry ? Can von inicorpotrate it in your Untion ?
Carn your bring~ itt seven tuillions or' peopl e: of' a
lineage arid religion alrogethen.r dlifferet frou
our own, anrd hiaviug a cincientrated anrd bmv.
erful priesthood? No. Cant we htohl the mi ats
subtjrugted provinces ? It wonld be fatal to orr
ins~titud'onst. It woiuld irnvolv'e mest ernortpnrns
expense, rind a vast muerenise of 'xtecutiv'e
power. Wevll, now, [ put emphriatiisally rte
great questioni. with all these views hrdore yn
-with nio certaity before your that eithe~r one
end or arnother cant be ecritrinly reatched~, (cart
yon--will y'ou agvree tom carry onr a war silty
to get that winh you now hrold. arid can sio
easily bold ? What would be the restult wihenr
you would reasch thre enrd of tire f'ourtht or Iiftfh
camptaign i A debt oif three or four hrundred a
irnilhiorns of dollars!I You will huave free trade a
put an etid to for one generationt, anrd for gen
eratious to comte, in tiy opIinin ! AJnd tben, hi
whlat tin atwful-whtat ain irreparable satcrifi'eh
of hnmaitin life ! And all tis to eff'ect tat which
tiay be mrost readily eff'ected by trakinig a de
f'ersive line. Whlent I said ther'e wasu a rmyste-'
.rious c'onnei~on between onr fte anrd thre
Mexicans, I ailludedl to tire great ract thaut we
cart do nothliinavwithr Mexico if we wvere to go
on to subljugate hrer. In' we imeorporhate hrer,
wve aire destr oyed-if inot; cur institutiouns per
ishr ! In thiis view I hrold thris war to hrave been,
in the first instanuce, a great departure fromr the t
true line of policy whiichr, as I Irate againi aridi
again said is pneac a. It is ours to grow arnd rnot
to add bry conrquesr.
Aund. bold thait if we shoulhd be so urnfortn- c
nate as to commrrit tire error now. instead of a
availing orirselves of tire rmeanrs of tenrninatimn t
tIs war by takirng thre defensive pnosition-if
now we shall take thre oter step tof ptrosueemning
the n ar vigorously~as they terrm in,iill we com-n
pei Mexico to subimit, let rre say tr rte gentle
mren. they take ai snep which threy shall rute rte
,longest dary they live! Wh~at is party? Nothing
fBu thre party that takes that step will he ruin.
e.j. anad thue parry that succeeds ir will be iir a ri
ponsitron of Creat difflcelty. 'There isu buit one
wry !eft. aind thrat is wha~t I hrave sruggstaed. [
umiht say mrore. But I fotrbearr contsrming furr
ther thre timne 'ifthre Serrate. Withr a few obser
variions I will close. anid that is with refrerenrce
to th, qrn-sion: before uis. I shtall feel myvself
a unpelled, as tire Senat.' will readily rerceive c
af~r hee ies, o ot ugaras te nnud
ment of the Senstor from icigan. As to the
other amiendnment, by the Senator fiom Geor
gia, I reserve the expression of an opinion urn'
,if I see further disclosure.. .I wish to see fur
ther developements on that great domestic
question, to which )'have alluded, before I give
my vote These developments have a power
Jul influence Cn lpy mind. U ntil 1 see them 1
shall hold mnyself in reecrve.
'~7 The following geitleneu are announced
by their friends as candidates for the Oflice of
Tax Collector, at the ensuing election
Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUi ,
GEORGE J. SHEPPARD,
SAMPSON B, MAYS,
Lieut.JAMES B. fARRIS,
Maj. S..C. SCOTT.
Maj. MARSH ALL R. SMITH,
LEVI R. WILSON.
OJ' The following gentlemen are announced
by. their fijends as candidates for the office of
Ordinary, at the ensuing election.
Col. JOHN HILL,
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
store Ilouse to Let.
TH-1 E store (louse at l mut Wi'ling, lately
1 occpied by L htmaier Brothers, is of.
fered for rot for the present year.
Moun ot Willing is a we!l knmwn and desira
ble ,wand foir a Country Store, anl worthy nl
tie attention of .Mercha ini, as it also afTord, the
prvltil'eg of a l'ust OGiic.
('(,r particulars apply to the subscriber, at
Mount Wlikinug, Edgefield District.
J. B SMIiri.
January ; if S
fVlLL DE LET to the luwet bidder, at
l'dgelie!d Court louse, on Sale Day
in Match, inidinatill the materials and putting
up, some 30 or 40 squcares of Ceiling, at tfte
By order ofthe Boati.
JOHN IIJIET, Cheik.
february 17 2t 4
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA.
IN 'Till. COURT OF ORDINARY.
~ Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of
LP Edgolield District :
Whereas Wmn. If. Moss hath applied
to me f~or Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Elizabeth Edwards, late of
the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and adlmon
ish all and singular. the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to ho holden at Edge
field Court louse, on the first day of
March next, to show cause. if any, why
the said adininistration should not be
Given under my ha-nd and seal. this ths
11th day ol February, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-sever, and in the 71st year of Amet
JOHN lIILL, O. E D.
february 17 Sf 4
Pron the Philadelphia Public Ledger.
AN *11POlRTAN'T CURE BY DR. U,
W, E have been infor.ted by Mrs. Mahan.
(a grand~daughtcr of 'Gent. Vatynue )
that she sutred for a mutber of years frout
the growth ofa large Goions Tnuuo:r of thei
'T'hroat, which, hesideo great pefortnity, pto
duced both a -dilli.uhy ofid de:;utition, atri of
brea hing. lndeed, she sa1ys, the pressure pon
the windpipe was so great as to prevent her
fron sleepigitg in a renmtatheun po.iio. antd of-.
tetn sulfhicationt appeatred itievitaible She ah-o
labored under severe indispo~sitioni fim Lii cr
Complaint atnd Janindice, with :a horible train
oh tiervouts allictionts, for whicih shte coats neni
ced the use of Dr. Jreyne's Alieraztive, whuicha
she took regtiharly hor six om saeen weeks, with
occasionlal doses of his Santative Pills: aut hter
general hiealth was thueroeby compl~etely. rc-s
tab!l:hed, iand now pierceiving~ somte dimitin-t
ton ill the size of tl:e Goit u ons Tnuar, she
wa~s encoutrage:l to pisevere in theus o (f the
Alterrative until evety vestige of thme pnainid~
t miotir was etit, ly remtovedl. WVe tilk,
thaerefo e, that suach ant impourtatit retmedhy
should lie more geteratlly kno wnt.
R. S. ltI)BERTS. sole Agenmt. at Edgetlield
C. 11.. So~uth Caroliina.
Pebi. 17 3t d1
CROP 01 j1.jq;
- 0md Gerluon GAIUDEN SEEDS,
rirc rmMr. Lanidretht's Gardens. int
P'hdam/l/phia. itncluding early CUR N, and all
he mlot atpproved kitndus ofC S EhES. Iar salhe
Iy R. S. RIOIERtTS.
-febrnary' 10 if~ 3
i. Itany~ dotibt then wonderfurhl pIowers5 of
DR?.(UULLEN'S INDIAN V'EGETA'l LE
'ANA U:E'- nie invite them11 to c.dlh uponi Mr.
aac Brooks. Jr.. Jefferson street. hourtht door
rest of Schunylkill Sixth street, below Liaenst.
nid leairnt from his own ti ps ot omt of the mtost
uto nishinig curtes of Scrofu:a ever performoed '
ni a hauman beinag- or call nt the reidenice of
is father, Eheveth and Vmte streets. Sold
JOS. TI. ROWAND,).
370 MaIrket street, Phtiilelphia. 'f
RI. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefteld -C. -11
Februaty 1.7 3t 4
'NOThiIER CASE 01' NEURALGIA
Corten av Rowasn's MAGIC Lo-rtos! !!!
Mr. J. T. llowand.-Sir- Several weeks) --
mnce, a daughter oif mlineC aboutt rne years
d.was atttrked with the niost excrtttiating
aias il her hands, limibs and vairionts pats of
me body. For several days she was ahnaost it
anltic from pain, tittering cries attd shrieks o1
)lllitually-! A burtintg fever comiing on, it si
rerued almnost imtipossible tht she coutld live. 1
Vhient in thlis c'ondit ion tand tnot havitng closed TI
er eyes for 30 hoturs a friendl of youirs called
nid applied yone celebrated MAGIC LO- it
iON, anid in less thtan five tinnutes the pin~ it
'as etirely remoiaed! A few hours aufter. mt
m pamst returned itt some measure, bult yirl
tt s at first, abtnst instimtly to the Lotionu,
rid contrary to my expectationts, mvy child re'
coveted anid is unow in gooid healthi.
Yourits. trluly, M~A RY YOUNG. V
lariot's i ane, below Quteent, between Fifth -
en'l Sixth. P'ihldelphti. Marcha 20. 1840. re
Sold wholesale and retail by i
JOSEPil T. ROWLAND, itn
Na. Sy6 Market street, Philadelphia. w~
For sale by RI. S. ROBERTS, Edgefield
otirt House. S. C., at
State of South (Carolin t
Mary F. Goodw in,
James E. Good win.
BY virtue of a Mortgage in the alicve
stated case. I will proceed to sell, at-1dge=
field Court llouse, on the first Monday a6t
Tuesday in March next. two slaves, vizl
woman Silvey and child [lester.
. 'he above property will be sold at tbe
risk of the former purchaser.
Terms of sale ensh.t
H. BOULWARF, S..E. D.
february 13 -3t 4
Sherifl's Sale. -
State o' South Carohnfl>
BY virtue ofsundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell iti Edgefleb
Court House, on the first Mondayaad
Tuesday in March next, the following ir
Two slaves viz: George and Silvey
levied on as the properly of Stephen"P
Oliver ads Nancy Oliver and others. seve
Two horses, one mule. and a engon. e
vied on as the property of Lewis Culbrei.h
ads James AI. Richardson, and dits
One negro man, named Landy, one wa
gnu, and two horses. levied on as the pro
perty of Stephen G. Whatley ads Jolhni
Cogburn, and others, severally.
Two negro men. viz: Step anti Jim,
six horses and one mules, levied on as the
property of R ussel Hlardin ads The State,
and others. severally.
Terms ofsaile eash.
II. LOULW \RE. S E. D.
february 13 -3t 4
State of South Carolina.
William T. Bird. Applicant, Summons.
vs. Thomas J. Mabry in Parli
and wife, and others. Def'ts. ~ion.
BY an order from John Hill, Esq., Or
dionary of the District aforesaid,'i will pro
ceed to sell in the above stated case, at
Edgefield Court House, on the first ~Mon.
day in March next, t tract of land belong
ing to the Estate of Francis Bir ,eJccea
sed, situate in the District aforesaid con
taining sixty-six acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of llezekialh Strome, Sarah
loor, Frank Reynolds, and ottor. on a
credit until the fir't of January nex.
The purchaser giving bond and two ap
proved sureties, nod a mortgage of'the
premises to the Ordinary Io secure the
purchase money. Costs to be paid in cash.
I.I. BOULWAlE,s E D.
Feb G 3 "4i
Lury Saunders. A pplicant. Summons
vs. Willis F Lake and 'ini
others. Delendants. Partition.
BY virtue of an orer front Joli, Hill,
Esq.. Ordinary of the Di-triet aforesaid.
I will iroeeid to sell in ito above stated
car at Etlali iJ 'uw Iln ue, on the first
alonday in iiia: i t.,,, a Tract of land
bielo gig to the Fst ate of Natitaniel
S an oders, dbcc.i:cd. colit .itling otto hitn -
dred acres, mot e I "" , sit:. .^:;id in tie
District ;t ire-..n!, on ~ N erlam nireek,
wav:es of tilTe-towtn (:..k, atdjoiningr
landts el Rndatlh Ramcev W.S.-Cohirati.
Jo ho Rogers. Jose ph Phiiil pot, atid otherns.
to be soldl on a credit on:til the first of
l'archaser g iig hand and apprav'ed
sureties. andi a mtiit gage of the premtise:;
to the Ordinary, tio secnro the putrchlase
mioney. Costs to hi. palill in cash.
11. BOULWARE, s ED.
Fel5 ~ 3 4t
STATIC OF SI)UTIl CA ROLINA
Samuel Ilairris anid others, Bill
vs. Greeni Harris for
and William lb~rris. jAirtltion.
: OTICE is hereby given. that bty vir
.. tue of an order front the Court of
Equnity, I will sell at Edgefield Court
[louse, on the first .\onday ia i'larchi next,
rme' traCt of land containing two hundred
amid fif:y acres, imoeor less, lyitig patt y
in Eilgelield and partly in Ahhevdle Dis
nets, on the waters of Coff'eetowni Creek,
Fadjoininjg Ianids of Thomitas Zheaithamt,
Lemnel Bell, Thomas iHeudersoo, Benu
iamiin Sale, and others.
Saidi lands to be sol on a credit of
:welve monthls, except as to the cost iof
his suit', to be paid in cnsht.
Purchaser3 to giv*e bond and .goodl per
anal sureties fo~r the purchafse money.
S. S. TOall'KINS,-C E E n.
Commn'rs O1lice, Febi 6 3 4t.
iTATE OF SOUTil CAROL-NA.
I DGEFltELD DISTRICT.
3aker & Ilart. -
vs. Foreig-n Attachm e
ohn W. Cravee..
Y an Orderolfthe Court of Common
Pleas, I will sell beforte the Court
louse door of Edgefiel District. on the
rst Mlanday in Id]arch next, one negro
itin named Reubien, 'Ievie I ott as the pro
eriy of the defendant, in thjegbove stated
ase. Ter-ms of salo cash
Ii. L. J1EFF-ERS, Assigunee.
F'ebrunr-y 4 4t 3
I7L L I;E sOLD at Edgefield Conrt
II HUnts", tipon the first Mfonday ini ireb
ext, a tract of Lanid. belonginig to the estate
Mo;=.- lIharris, dee'd , eontaininig seventy
:t:lcres, more or le.'s, where ilez-ekialihlHirris
Lis. adjoining lanids of Jatues (iritliu, James
erry, andti others.
Tiermts of sale utponi this tract, are a credlit
til the 1st Jaintiary 184P, the purchaser giv
g t wo secutriti.-s andt' mtortgni- iupoin the pre
i-es. DAVID) HIAltiIS. Ex'lr.
' ailthe ISill annewl.d
februtary 10 3t 3.
[ SE Snitbsenhe r will sell tat privatesale,
elhis tl10U8E AN) LOTS, on the most
asitn able m-rms. 'ea Lot conains 11-3 acres
e Houpse atid otnt buiilings have bein 12tely
iproved. ['ersons wishintg to buy will. do
el! to call very soon.
Termse-One third enah, tlte halance in one
it two years, JoHN ftJ. HIIES.
I'ibrunry l0i. te 't
M IEDICA L NOTICE.
T I LiE subscriber returns his thanks to the
-c itizens of lKdgefield District, for past
favors. and tmfor ns them that ht can still be
jonnd at his old stand, adjoining the residence
of M r. P. F. Laborde, either by day or night.
All orders left at the store of Messrs. Goode
& Sullivan. or 1B. J. Ryan's lotel, will he
punetnally attended to. J. G. WILLIAMS.
february 3 4t 2
BY virtue of sundry wri's of Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed. I will proceed to sell,
at Edgefield Court Hlouse, on the first
Monday and Tuesday in March next, the
fillowiin property, in the following cases,
A tract of land whereon the defendant
lives. containing one thousand acres, more
or lcss, adjoining lands of John Marsh.
John Wise' and others, levied on as the
property of Elizabeth Carter ads James
A house and lot in the corporate limits
ofEdgeflell, containing tour acres more or
lets, adjoining lands of Daniel Abbey, V.
P. Butler, P. F. Laborde, and James
Cochran, levied on as the property of
Lewis Covar ads Il. L. Jeffers, asignee.
illiamn Brunson, ad'nr., and others, sev
A tract of land containing six hundred
acres, more or less. adjoining lands of
folhn Wie, Jates P. nell. and others,
levied on as the property of John Marsh
ads Matt Ardis, and others, severally.
A tract of land containing -five hundred
teres, more or less. adjoining lands of 13.
M. Roadgers, V. P. Fenley, and others.
levied on as the property of James Day
ads Zadock Kidd and Catherine Burkhal
A 'house and lut in the town of 1am
burg, known in the phot of said town as
lot number onet hundrel and thirty three
(133) fronting filly leet on Centre street,
and running back one hundred and fifty
feet, levier on as the property of William
Herbert ads. William Wouodbcrry & Co.,
and others, -everally.
A tract of land t hereon the lefendant
lives, containing five humdred and ninety
acres, more or les., adjoining lands of Jts.
Bris.samuel Gardner, Starling Quartes,
and others, levied on as the property of
John I'. Mays, ads John Atuaker, bearer,
anti others severally.
A tract of land nt hereon the defendant
lives, containing one hundred and twenty
five acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
William Padget, Jerei iah Morgan, and
oth,-rs, and also another tract of land con
taming fifty flour acres, more or less, ad.
joininu lands of William Padget. Jeremiah
Morgan. and others. each levied on as ihe
propert) of Isaac Herring ails David Rith
ardson. and others, -everally.
A trac: of .ilnd whereon the defendant
lives, containing three hundred acres, more
or lhss. adjoining lands of Edtund Boyd.
Mary Sir -oe, .and Samuel C. Strome,
levied on as the property of William
Strome, scnr. uds -Sanrptou Sullivan,
A tract of land whereon tlhe defendant
Ives. containittg eilit Ito :dred acres.tture
or less, atljoini.:g lands of William Pad
get. Sophia Banham, aid Mrs. Pa-Igel,
lev,. d on as thme property v f .1;:cob B.
Smith ds tGeor Parrott, atnl others,
A tract of land containing one lkndred
and fifty nere s. moe or les.- adjoining
ilIs ofilLhanm i ttduk int.ou,\Villiat Wil
sont, atl mtiners, .evreI irr as ith prop..erty
of. R ossel Llardint ads The Stame,antd othters
A tract of hind conitining ointe hitndrled
nere-,. motre or less, adjoiItitng fattds (tf
Thmtas J . Dponi and Jontes Colemitant,
levied ott as5 ih- propetrty of Robert Wil
inanson adts JotiBan itnskel.
A tract of land whtereon the defendat
Bnssey lives, cont ainIing thrtee htutndred
acres, more or lous, adjiining landis of 1).
Bussey, A. Shtarpton. and othlers, levied
oni as lie ptroperty of Emmtterson B ussey
adla Levi and Lewvis Blusht.
A tract of land wh lereon the defendanmt
:icres, moure or less, addjii ng lantds oh Je~s
se Bailey, R. l~tinete, and otthere, levied
ott as the protthtt t o John U. Dagnie~ ad,
Levi atnd Lewis Unsh.
A tract of land conrainoing eighty acres,
nmore or less, adjoining lattds of Sattuel
Hiammttontd, anid others, Ilevied otn as the
propctty of J. [I. Richardson ads 13. J.
A house and lot itt the town of Ham
bitrg kntow n itn thle phmtt of said town as lot
nutmber otte htundred attd fifteent (II5
fromning fity feet Irot ont Centre street
undi runtning back one houndtred and fifty
feet ; also, otte other house antd lot in the
town of [1 ambultrg, kntown in the plant oh
saidJ ton it as lot nummber otne hundred and
Siirty (130) fronting filiy flet ont Cetre
strect, andi runnimtg back otte httndlred attd
fifty feet each, levied ott as the ptroperty
of J. J. Blryan~ ads Johno Bauskett.
A traet ttf land whereon the defendant
ives, otn which is a Tiannitery, coninaining
twentty-two antd att hatlf acres, umoro or
less, adjoinintg lands of F. OJ'Contnor, and
sthters, 'leviced ott as te ptroperty of' Ml. L.
Gearly ads Johln Atmackier, amid others,
A hotnse and lot in ithe villatge of Edge
ield, containing fivo acres, mtore oir less,
dt~jointing hatnds of Mrs. Eliza Bancon, Mdrs.
Weatherford, aind L--wis Covar, levied ott
as the property ol Daniel A bbey ads. L.u
ter Roll, 1Bland & Butlecr, antI others,
Te'rms of sale eash
Ii BOULWARE, S. E. U.
FebtruaryG 6it 3
Brought to the JaiI
[F this District, upon the 3d ittstant, n
Ja negruotman who calls himself Abram,I
httnt 25 or 26 yeatrs of age, bakcom-n I
lexitoni about 5 feet 7A or 8 iches h Ig.
iti built. has a sear nt the right sitde of
is forehead, antd otto directly under htis I
hiskers, w~htch anro small, upopn his right z
~heek, says hte belontgs to Jamtes D)enhtam, v
if Ptnam (o0, Georgia, andt htas been p
tna'way from four~ to five months. J
'lThe ownecr of said negro is rerttested to e,
amue forw ard, pay charges an~d takn htitm
iway,oterwiso hc wsill Ite sold as thte law I
FLd cfield C. ll. Feb'o. 10 3 ift
1E undersigned respectfully announce
to their friends and the public generally,
that they have formed a co-partnership, under
the name of
GOODE & SULLIPd.J,
for the purpose of transaicling a nutrenntile bii
siness, and will keep on hand at the Siore r.
cenltly occupied by S. F. GooDE, a general
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
1lardware, Crockery, Grrceries, Saddlery,& c
&e , comptising an articles usually kept in a
cnnntly store, which they will sell upon accomn
n.od.itiug terms. and they ht'pe-by strict atten
Lion to business, to merit a liberal slare of pub
lic patronage. S. F. GOODE,
J. B. SULLIVAN.
January 1st. 1817.
CA R D.
The Subscriber takes this opportunity of
rcturning his thanks to his old friends and cus
touers. for former favors, and to solicit, for the,
new firm of GoODE & Sut..:va, acontinn.tnce
of their p stronagie. - . F. GOODF.
January 1st. 1847. tf 50
elore .Vev Goods!
L. & E. PENN, have just received
G from New York, a very handsome lot
of FANCY GOODS, and also a comidete as.
sortun:nt of Worsted Goods for Ladies Dresses,
Plaid french Alerinoes. t)uibre Cashmere,
Figuered do., Muslin de Laine Shawls,
'Pl'd do.. Mezeppa do., Cashmntre do.,
Gala Plaid, black Belvidere do, very large
Black Gro de Rhine Silk.
Double width do, a veoy superior article,
Together with i:ny other desirable articles,
'll of which will be sold heap.
november 23 tf d4
.ST RECEIVCD. fron the Philadelphia
0 Manuftactory, a large assornenti of
milk and Cotton UMBRELLAS,
from 50 rents to $10. A few of the Walking
C.ne Umbrellas. a new anI curious article.
anuswivering the double purpose of a handsome
Walking C ne and splendid Umbrella.
G. L. & E. PENN.
novemtber 25 .. tf 44
LL Persons indebted to iho Estate of
A George Pope, deceased, are hereby noti
lied that it is absolutely necessary to collect all
the mo.tey due the Estate, and that those who
do not pay will be sued before return day.
The Notes aire-in the hands of N. L. Gritiu cr
J. W. Gibbs, Esqrs. -c.
THUS. 11 POP F, Executor.
Jan 3 tf 2
'I'1 N: subscriher
irs totice to his
rie'ads aud the pub.
lie. that ii has estabiished a S HOE & BOoT
Il ANUFACTORY. at Potteraville. Having
employed first rate workmen, he is preparedto
ac commnuodate all whot may favor him with their
cu stot, with Boots and Shoes made in the
best aud neatest style, on moderate terms.
IRep. iring done on the shortest notice
The subscriber being engaged in the Tan
ni ng Bnsimes, will exchange Shoes and Leath
er for ifidrs, either dry or hteen.
febriary 3 . t3 2
Ti'hllG FAM1US JACK
W Il LL stand the ensining Spring Scasonat
ti:e fiolowinig times and places, to-wit:
at Daniel (uattlebum's in Lexington district,
on the first and sccond days in Alarch ext; at
Joli h Le:'::, in L.exinzgtoi District, on the fourth
St:! f lih of M.irch nexu, at James Watt son's.
its :d~field District, of the seventh and eighth
of alarch next , and then will be at the said
stands on every inth day iuntil the tenth of
Juno the' reafter ; and will be let to atmes at
the mioderate priio $4 lair a sinigle visit.S
for the season, and $8 to insure a alare to be
No tacconiitabili:y for accidents or escapes,
but every care will lbe tatkeni to avoid sitch.
A ny prsn puitinig a Mireby insiurance andl
chaniiginig the right oif the Matre before it is as
Ce.rtaiined whethe't site is in l'oal or no', will lie
hi eli resp~on.iible 'or the inisiranre of the Manre
Indmgrn-Osmi:aox wats bred Iby Mb.
IDearineg, of (Chuirie'siu'n, on his p~tinnltin in
North \ labamna. wias sired by an inmportedl~ Mal
toes Jatck, aind ont of an imported Ital ia
Jiiiiey. lh~mh the sire and dem was imported
hvy Mr. IDeairintg.
'ON 1) ERU) DNK is six years old ithis Spring,
h'iir fe'et six itnce- hiiah. lengzithy anid heavily
biuilt, with as -tine boil, tandi muisc~ele as anyi)
.lac~k in the Siate, and is like his tnmesake,
a very sire foal getter.
Februtamy 3 .lm 2
T1l1E Subsc'riber gives notice that lie will
resumeti the ditties of htis School ont the
second Molimbiy int Jamnuary, 18417.
T1'.:nns o' TetloN As For.t.Ow .
Spiell ini. Re'adinig, WVritintg. with-the
fomr eleime'tary titles ini Arithmte
ie,. per quarter, $3 00
'he above, with A rithmnetic continued,
Eniglishi Grammar, Geography,
anid Ilistory. per quarter, 4 00
l'henhoive. with Logic, Naturatl. Mlen.i
ial anmd Mtoral.Philosophy. Rhet
oric. Algebra, Geomtetry. and
othter bratiches coiinected with
a practical Mlathematical educa'
tion-Astronomiy, per qutrter, 5 00 e
Instruction int the Latin andi Greekc languages e
viii he civen. shotuld aniy desire it.
Mir. E. B. BACON. well ktiowit as an expe r
icdci anud eflicienit Teacher of alusic. will e
egularly atteend at-Pottetsville, and give in- jl
trin-tionl ott the Piano Forte. &e. &c.
S. W. KENNERLY. f
N. B.-B~oard can lie had in -tihe village of u
~ottersvdleo. tat frotm 5 to 7 dollars pe'r month.
y thiose~ who mtay wish to attend thte School. I.
deembe'r 2:3 tf~ 48 tI
TI'lls S edicine l.,s ialready proved itself to
e till that it has been recommended, by those
vhio have giv.'n it a ftair test itn thtis counitry,
itd the demand for it increases daily. WVe y
ave jttsi hetard of ant itmpiirattt cnre of Asth.
a., which has beeni effected by the use of it itt s
iteighbiurinig iownt-the case was thtat of a fe
tale, who had for a long timle been ituder the
ate of a phtysiciant hut had received no relief.
nd her case was considhered hopeless. As a
isi resort slit putrchaisedul bittle of Dr Jayne's 2
xpec.totratnt, which caused hter to exp'ectorate et
'cely, graduially cased hter contgh, anid rapidly -i
ratored her 1o hetallth. We have ito buesitat. ma
oit mi sayi g. that this pireptaranon of Dr.
ayne, for the eure of Conghst. Colds, Influeni- -
n. Asthmna. Consumpjtion, &c,. is tlto tmes t
ahmibie mediicine ever eif'ered to lthe Aimeiidan
itblic. There is nio gutickery abouit i-Dr.I
vtyne is one of ithe most skilful nractisinig phty- et
cianis im Penntsylvainia. and wfiercever his va. te
(ils p reptartationts hatve been thioritiglbly testedl, 1o
e is looked upont is a greait putbbe benefactor. ci
-Sonu~ rsetL ( Mane).lourn al.
RI. S. RO)BEIITS, sole agent, Edgefield
o'urt h ouse, S. C2.
Fcbron rv3 3! 2t
D RS. READY & YOUNGBLOOD ha
in& associated themselves together, in
the practice of Medicine and Surgery, are pre
pared to visit the sick at all times.* Dr.. leady
cnn be found at his residence, and Dr. Young
blond, at Mt. Willing.
January 5. 1847.. tf .50
T [E inudersigned takes this opportanky
of tendermig his thanks fesr the liberal paa -
tronage -he has received, during the shorit uim
lie has been in Ed.,efield, and would respect.,
fully solicit a ontimuance orf the same. He is
now prepared to carry on the above busiliess
in all its branches:
Light Bread. Rusks, Butter Crackers; Sugar
Crackers, Water Crackers, Mil' Biscuits.
Wine Biscuits, Sugar Biscuits. Pound and
Sponge Cake, Washington Cakes, Taylor
Cakes, Wedding and P arty Cakes, Giuge
Bread, &c. & c.
Fresh CAN DIES of all kinds made'to order,
and at the shot test possible notieq..
S. P. FIELD.
january 20 tf -
STATE OF SoUTIUCAROLINA
IN THE COMMON PLEA.
Charles Swan, .
27s. Ca. Sa.
Enoch T. Davis. -
E NOCH T. DAVIS who is now in tho
eustody of the Shetiff of Edgefield Dis
tiet. by virtue of a writ of capias ad'satisfa
diendum, at the suit of Charles Swan,-havipg
'filed his petition with a schedule on oath of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose ot
obtaiimng the benefit olthe Acts of the General[ -
Assembly, corn nonly called the insolvent -
debtors Acts, public no'ice is hereby given that
tia petition of the said Enoch T. Davis will be -'
.heard and considered in the'Coiurtof-Comiitoa
Plies, at Edgefield Court House, on' the first
Monday in March next,'or on such other'diy -
as the Court may order dug in; the term, corn
mueneifPg on the first Monday in March next;
and all the creditors of the said Enoch T. 'Da-.
vis are herby summoned personally or by.at
torney then and there in said Court to'show
cause. ifariy they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid should not be granted to thesaid
Enoch T. Davis.npon his executing the assign.
ment rdqulYed by the Acts aforesaid.
TIHOS. G. BACON, c. E'. P.
Clorks Office, Nov. 30 45 . 3m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROINA.
. N EQUITY.
Ann F. Williams and j
Tabitha Martin, t .
Freeman G. Martin, (Partitin
Ja ties V. Caldwell and
wi fe Frances. & others. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction, tha't tled
fe'ndants James W. Caldwell, and wife.
Frances, reside beyond the limits of this State.
On motion of Giilin and Bonham. Complain.
ant's Solicitors, Ordered, thaithe said -Jrines
V. Caldwell and wife Frances,-dosppear-and
plead, answer or demur to this bill, within
th'ree month?'fr'om the publeation of this order,
or that the said bill be taken pro confesso agaiost
them. S. S. TOMKINS, c. E.E.. D.
Commissioner's Office, - Edgefield C..H
jannary 27 3m .
IT HAS PERIFECTLY CURE ME;
To Dr. D. Jaytne-Denr'ir-=rbe-hteiredsf
ing andh miraculon beneficial-effeisygiir vitl.
nablde-F.Xl'ECTORtANT had on invenieig'led
the Rev. M1r. Ruslmuo. niade so fibvlofld im
i~iessiot on moy mind, that after consuhing With
several t'riends, and learning that you, were a
regular Practitioner of Medicine. I called upon
yon,and-purchased hall a dozen bottles,and
tu:hl you thit if I lived.to take theimt, you should _
have a good report from tme.
I am alive and well this day ! Thanks to a
merciful God, and your Expectrant ; and nlow
I conme forward cheerfully to fulfil my proinine.
For twentty long years had I :,een a constant
snifrerer fromt die eti'ects of a hard, dry .cough,
p1.1n itn the breast. and difficulty of breathing;
the last five of which, chills and fe-.ers, every
spring and full, adided to my miisery. I. was
worn away to a mere skeleton ; with thegreat
est ditliculty onily conld I get tp and down
stains; miy appetite was goiie, anid my strenigth
had so fur Iiniled tie, that my friends were per.
sn'adedt I could not stirvive many weeks, unless
1 obt:,i:,ed relief. Indeed, sir, my situation was
so perfectly miserable to myself, and so dis
tressing to my family, that I felt willing to die,
whenever it should pilease the Master to take
moe home. Bit I heard ofyour mnedicinte, and
eleframie. Yeus! it proved the "Balm of
Gilead" to tmy poar afieted body.. Before I
had tak'n ase Bo-r-rrE, I experienod a tmiti
Rationl of all my symiptomis, and to my great
joy I fountd ini the conitinned use of it the hap
plest relief. Int shtort sir, IT IIAS MADE A
P'ERFECT CU RE OF M E-and I can truly
liy, I have ino desire to be better. .~
With everlasting gratitude I .am, dear sir,
your obliged friend. MARY GILL.
Corner of Rose Street and'Germantown
R S RtOBI~ItTS is Dr. D. Jayne's only
igent at Edgefleld Court Hlouse.
Feb 10 St - 3
M A Lra WITC H CRAFT OUTpONt.-..
~Mr.T. Rowand-Dear Sir-For foitr at'.
iye years I have suffered greatly from Rhieu
autismn in my head, which during the last year
ecatme worse and worse. For four or five
veeks previous to the 15th inst., 1 had suffered
ithomt itnterpissuon, my general health was
itchl itmpaired, my sight itnjured, and my hiead
a sensitive, tha t I could scarcel3y rest it up'or
ie pillow. Two days since, a sing;.e apjlica
on of your "MAG!C LOTION," relie'ed mie
ntirely ini two or thtree miinutes. I have ap
lied it occasionally since, and the soreness is -
early gone' So great and sudden was the
tange, that I can scarcely tealize that I am
ie same man.
I have also eted one of my tchildren, and a:
'tmale friend of~ headache in two or three min
So great is my confidence in the "MAGIC
CTION' that I would not be wvithiotit a bot'
e for 'fifly Limes its cost."
Y >ur's respectfully, -. . .,
JACOB WV. SOUDER,.
No. .350 Market stieet.3
Philadelphit, Januaryv17th, 1846.
Prepated and sold Wholesale and Retail, hf
T. Rtowand, 376 Market street.
RI. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield :C.-H.'
dlecetmber JO 3t 47
LL Persons having demands againist the
I.estate of hletiry Carr, dee'd., aie regntest
' to present -themi legally attested, and thoes
dlebted are regntested to tnake immediate pay.
enit. TI IOS, LAKE, Admirnis'trator..
Jtune3 tf 10
LL persons having demands agalust-theo
e ssate of David Richardson, are regOest.
to present theminmmediately, properly at.;
cd. and all debtors ofthe estate, areirequired
make prompt payment, as the affairs of the
tate about to he closed.
JA S- M. RICH ARDSON,
JAS. S. GUIGNARD,
May1 lvy I