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.or. A- II S1plans.--T he followtng.
extracts of a letter to the editor from a
gentlemtan at Ath:nta furni,ltes n-ti atken.
fic detail of the rencour+t.-r hct ween .lessrs.
Stephens and Cone. It may iherei,re he
im;licitly relied ran.
SANTr 1. 8'i0 t. 4. 1843.
Dear Sir: The Hon. A. 'H. Steplhen
- tame np yesterday at noon. in the Iaron
and Western cars. Having been detami
ed at thu Depot, he did not reach the
Hotel unti most of the pmssengers had
gone itt to dinner. On eutering the pi
nzla of the Hotel. he was accoste"d by
Francis [1. Cone~. E-q., when ani alteree
lion took place which resulted in the in
fliciton. by Cone, of six knife wounds up
on the person of' Mr. Stephens. Two of
these wounds are on the intercostal m:us
sles, (right and left.) onu on the sterntorm,
on6 on the left wrist. another on the left
arm just below the shouler, and the sixtii
on the right hand, severing the muscles
between the thutb, and fore finger.
'The circumstances which led to $his 'Ic
plorable dlifficuhly are, (its I have leairned
thetn) briefly thes-: Prior to Mr Step
hens' leaving WVashin ton City. he had
been informed that Cone hald chnr-e,l
hin with being "a trntr to lthe SoutL"
for his motion and vote to lat the so-call
ed Compromise Bill upon the table. Af
ter receiving this information, Mr. Step
hens said that. on reaching home. he
would inquire into the truth of the stat
ment, and if Cone would ackntt" ledge
having so denounced him. he would slap
his jaws. They met at Glade's cross-roads.
in Putnam county. week before Ist. and
*Stephens, true to his word. dematnded of
Cone to know whether he had charged
him with being '"a traitor to the South."
Cone denied having made the charge.
Stephens expressed his gratification thereat
and in the frankness of his tat tire. told
him what he had heard and what he said
he would do in case Cone should avow
having used the ofteusive epithet. Three
days after this nceting, Mr. Stephens re
ceived a Iettt;r front Cone rtquestin'- to
know if he were in earnest itn saying to
him what he did at the Glades-to which
Mr. Stephens replied. It appears. how
ever, that this letter had not reached Cone
when he left Greensboro. Cone was at
Forsyth on Friday last (where Messrs.
Stephens, Ton:ns, ant: others, were en
gaged in a public discussion,) and came to
this city on Saturday. As soon as Step
hens entered the piazza of the Atlanta
Hotel he was met by Cone, (all the other
passengers and boarders having gone in to
dinier,) who asked him whether he had
received a letter from him of a certain
date, and if he had replie: thereto-to
both of these questions Mr. Stephens an
swered in the aflirmative. Cone then de
manded to know, whether Stephens had
disavowed using the Janguage at the
Glades in earnest, to which Stephens re
plied.that his written Qnswer'to his demand
would speak for itself. Cone persisted in
his demand, and, Mr. Stephens -as per
tinaciously refused to answer his question
whereupon. Cone said that he-would- as
sune that Stephens had not retacted-he:
ingi.eaest. Stephens told hiuhitight
'as ne_what Ie pleased-tb.at he.l;huld
su, Tg Language toFi-ds Stepens, and
Stepnens struck him across the face with
hissmall whnleboneswaltu~ngciine. Cone
closed upon-him with -his kntife. with ii hich
he, had previously :prepard himrself: antd.
after. cuttieg hiittwo or three time forced
him to-the iloor-thten, -with the knife in
on,l and.,and. the other about Stephents'
threat, he ri:newed his demanid-still Step
hens.refus~ed. to answer, sayintg no nev.-r."
ithis-st age-of the diffienity. M r. Doutn
an and Dr. T1homtpson arrived upon the
spot.and, separated them.
Dr. -Hitchcock, of the Ui. S. A., Dr.
Crawford, of Alahamna, and Dr. Parke, or
thi' city... were .soon in attendatnce, and
every .thing.that medical. skill, or the at
tention of friends-could do for our friend,
, was promply done. In the mean time,
through the courtesy of Mr. Rushion, fore
man of the Georgia Rail Road Machinie
Shoy,'the use of a iocomuotive was obtaitn,
ed. and Mr. Rhodes (who kindly volun
teers his services) w as despatch tin Marier
at for Dr. Eve. 'The Doctor atrived thtis
morning on the locomnotive; and Col. Daw
son, of Green:boro'. Dr. Ogilb'y, of Mat
son, Dr. Alfuiend, of Crawflordeville, Mt.
Stephens. (ttrother of~ A UI and several
tither frienids frQ:m 1.4--w, arr-ived bty thte
Georgia- train. Y u:s, &c.
HION. A. Ii. S'T'EPrIl E N .
As great anxiety is telt by our commutni
ty to learn. fromt authentic sources, te
conditioni of thtis getlemzan, anitd his rrs
pects for recovery. we take pleasutre itn
publishing the following letter fro ont
of his attending physician<. Dr. P F.
Eve; o the Postmtaster tof tis city. It is
postmarked, Atlanota, Se pt. 4'th:
"'!n reference to Mrt. Stephens. the
Phsicians have unatimously agreed to the
Thait while he ha;s passed over the im
mediate danger of his wvoutnds, they arc
still of a character wh.ich may involve his
Hie has six wnttds-the point of 'he
knife is, I apprehend, in his ebans', b:rtkes
off by a rib, lie has reqiuested me :o re
main with him.
I hope to be downi in a dayv or twn. In
baste, PAUL F'. EVE '
- P. 5 -I t'clock-1r. *S:eten about
the same-doin:g to ,r.:hie well
Since thie ah-,v,- .vt writtent. we letrti
is passentger Lrdred( I.w~ e-ventiua, that Mr.
Judge Cone had :w;:,:oe an eo m~,ati.
tion, had given botnd to the: aIou-t of
910.000, and cenme down the roiad tt far
as Greensboroutgh on Tueslay ev nitng.
The Methodist Churchs and Tern pe'rance.
-At the laite session ofl th,- G-nter-al Con
ference of the Methodist Etpiscopal Church
held at Ptttsttnrg.- the Comittee ott
TIemperance reportedi in* favotr of alterumg
the Dtscipline, so as to prohthmit tho huny.
ing, selling, or using of intoxicaltng liqiors
as a beverage." hitenms thmat the miatter
had beent previously referred to the Antmn.
al Conferrences ftr an expressiton itt opin
ion.- 'lhe.com:nittee reported that all the
Conferrenees hut otne had taken action,
anti the-rettlt-was 20 ini favor of alter-.
ing the decipline, and .91 againtst it.
- TIem. n duonnme.
.Prom the Charleston Courier Septrm. G,
!A'T'R F1tO.M EUROi'E.
Yesterday~, the e1.grslraph wNa in busy
empnllotmeI, an s:"d slIn h;os the electric
fliitd been chargd with. moro important
iformatiuon ithan that_ which it sen ove.
the wire. on this occaiiion.
Three sc:veral i desirttee came to hand
dlurin_ the day, comtuniecating intelligence
brought Iy the lir. steater ibhri:t. ar
riyer at Bostiu early yesterday trmrning.
ir"om Liverpool, with neenu:ts to the 26th
The first despatch gave information of
tine urrivai of the s:ateaer. anld :ts the mlottst
strarlin, piece of intelligence anttnnced
the des'ttion by lire of the splendil Ros.
ion packvt ship Ocean 1lonrrrrht, invorlv.
int the Io-s af ONE IIUNI)REI) AND
This magnificent ves=el. one of the
fitnlst of the mtny heanttiful sLips emg:med
iu the Europeanu trade, took tire on ite
29th tilt. in th Gritish Channel, it.
mei.tetly alfter !eaviii port. S..e doubt
less had ;a Iirg; numhr if temigrant pas
encers on board. and we shadder at the
very cbought af lie distress aind suil.-rirtg
that most have beeu he result of her envel
opernent in flames at sea, with two uncon.
tralb;ble elements cootending which should
involve the greatest destruction of hu
Our enrrespondent states that English
Contsnls had advanced. The last ayuota
tions were 85 to 66.
Breadstsfl's httd also taken a consid,ra
ble raise Corn quo'ed at 36 to 38; In
dian Meal 164. 6.1.; Flour 33 to 35.
After fifteen minutes p,a.t four o'clock,
we were put in possessiou of a second
Containing further political intelligence
of a startling and unexpected charncer.
but stil! giving nothing relatrn to the
Cotton Market, whict is alwavs hanxioon
ly looked for as sonn as the arrival of a
foreign is steamer ;tnnotnced.
Front ttis comiiurint'Atiotn we i
th :i R l:VtILUIOC)N IAD 11RO
KiN 0l' SIMULI'ANEOUSLY AT
ST. PETEItSRiURG A.NI) t'Ait
SA W. The Litperor :i Ru.tsaa had made
his escape to (ronsndt, al t Protvisiitnal
Governttent was establtshed at St. Peters
In Ireland all was as yet quiet. A speci
al cotimnis-ian was to be issued for the
trial of Smith O'Bf3aten, which woubl bhort
ly take place.
In England. there was no disturbance,
the Chartist movement having been en
In Paris, fenars were still entertaineil of
another demonstration on the part of the
people.' Government feared to take ac
tive measures for the arrest of Louis Blanur.
Proudhun and others, leaders of the So
The Italian qtestion had not been de:
finitely settled, tir *n,y rentinn mad' in
our"*" - . .'. 'a:afT:rrs in that
ti :st ue,:
C'orresp,ondence of the Clhas. Mlercur3
Glenn's Springs Aug 24, 1848.
The absor'bigg local qmation at thtis
time in perhtps tw Wib irds otf Sotulta
Carolina, is the' Bantk oaf the Statte. ''Th.
ilements of opposition to it are evide .tly
mumltipilying and increasin~ tat power. I a
i!s riauouetd that the Antti-Bank party ar'
disposed so to modif'y their original pr(apt
sition as ottly to riquit e the piublicait ion it
the ntames oft :se mnembters of thle I.';is.
Ititure who mnay haer'af'ter heraomte indtLh'euL
to that instil ution. Wtterber tbis sugg's
tion will ultimattelv be adopted I hiwe noi
tneans of judginig. One thiitg, hutiever,
is nearlv certain. The ctharter of thei
Bantk will tnot be r2newed. Irtdeedl, if the
feeling oif hostility againast this "carrulpt
antd corrupting~ agent of thte Stalte" (I use
the angutage of ihe dayv) continues tio
inierenlse in the ratio it has diane fo,r the
last six mtontts. it will intvi tathl) he on
'tigned tm rthe tiombls biefore '56.
In relaion t the Presienati.al ele'ctiott
till dtouh.s sbout the voate itt Souu' Cat ii
I ini haittve tbeen remuovedi. It it nowv p si
tit'ely knowni that it wil ba cais' fir Cuss
atnd Bttler. It will he, too. af the pecople,
ini ttiespite of t I.e j dlemret, premttu trely
foirmed,. of qtevertal tat oir :r-attioni paali
the Dem'nocrattic meet itn 2 Ciah'stin itt
. uric go tit showt that Taiylor is. in many
r.'spects, an unifit and unsaf'e tmian to n i'tid
he dl'stities of t bis cionmiry, ami espe~ciallIy
at lhii time'. If, itt the Cotnf'eiieracry, t-.e
pilantation Srtates atre in fiatutre ta occtupy
te posit iant of tmetni it d.-pendencies, I
pray that I may) lie spatre I the deep hu
itiliatioan of seemt tau Soiuth ern slav~eholtder
rivet lhe claninS which harve atlready bteetn
~o'ed to bind them. 'That t his wilI bte
lotie, if the Whlig party stuccied, is noe
ianger a mont poit, hot ta "tixedt fasci."
I'nylor is pledgedh, so say.s Mr. D)avi. hisi
mitt in-law'. nlot to viii the WXilmooLIPria
'iso. I liltve i ft'otm tile htighest Uttoinr
y that, befotri' the adjotiramentit of( Co.i
LIess, he madte this delaration to several
ntembaers fromt the Naorth.
F oma the Nor th.-\Vi. have a dlespatch
ri um our haltimrn'ia correspoittd-0 ntf 'f e
ce-n' ae naaigth.v Ala. -- elb
vctdG .Talrsclaims to tht Prec
dide try tnd :tlpoke agai nsi the Fr' ee Si
mtotemen:t got up at uifYilo. The plae
it w hic't (h- speech waS mnade is tnat meni
ioned, but wats dtouliless at . las,hfiel,
\Iass., as hie was er.pred to atddress the
poplie at that pilace.-Chtas, Courier.
Fire in New York-We learat friam the
hlerald thait a very dlestruictive fire occuar
-ed in the New Yiirk Gas Wairks, utbomt
bree u'cltck itt the afitroont 30th ott It
s said to have restittead from the careless
mnnrlaig ad' a candIle by oneQ of the wa rk,
ten, bty which the gaiss accidentally took
Col. Wiashinlgtn, some time sinlce or
kered to Califiarnia, by thie --r Depat-t
mient as. b.., ordered bkto the St atcs.
- Died, on the 6th of Sept. in the 75th year
Of her a_e. .(trs. :AaAtt Mloa'-Y. The
decensed ad heen t member of .he .llethod:st'
Church Iitr a number of years and mlaItitisted!
by her ptiuns w:ak aid goodly cunvter+ation, that
si, w: 4 a lit subje ct for heavtt nwd nappines
beyond the gr:ae. Sie leti a nuuber of chii,
drrua grarn. children and other relatives to
Peace he to her memory. D.
i:gl!er Lodge .Vo. 17
()' Re_mnlar meeting of this Lodge will
he held on illonday eVentu neXi at 8
to 'clock, JOHN LYON Sec.
Selt. 13 1 34
ilTTuRN1:Y AT LAW.
I ILL practice in the Comts of Ednefeld
and tlt adjoining Districts.
An_ 23 Ut 31
A C A HD.
D . ELBLi''I BL.ANU respectfully ofErs
hi' Proft'essnal Services to the citizens
ot rd,cgefield village and vicinity.
Oflice next door to the Court House
Ang li If . 0
A LL those indebted to the tuhscriher by
note or accooant, are regnested to make
imtediatt paiymtent. or they will be placed in
the hantds of in Ollicet for co!lectiun without
Se11t.13 3t 3t
,3P l l: citizens tit ldclield district are re
. quested to atteud at tichardsot's on Alono
day. the 18th September, to take into consid a
eration, and to adupt teldsnres for presettog
at the next regnental mIuster of the lWth Ie
gimeut a Sword to our gallant oicer. Lieut
Sepi 6 33 -
' 390 :3 %VA'd1.
F -.t1UiAN) A. SCi11:OD).R who had
Fbeen convicted of rendering a fraudulent
Pchedlule. -td whoi wai c-':i;rd in the .ail oft
tui. ig-i.. e'feret,i his eaplie nt Satnrdai nigit
:c t. It is snspected that h.- wa, aided by uth
ers. I will pay TWO IIUNlI)LEI) D L.
l"1tS foar the re'-lelivery. of .'chroder in this
j-il. ONE. HU NDRIED D)OLLALRS or proof
to conviction ofany white per-on who aided hnto
i his e<cape. ind FIFTY DOLLARtS htr
the proof to cosnviction of any negro or colored
person who miay have aidledI himt.
S. C1lllSTIl--SHEnmFF of Edgfield
District. S. C.
AGEN'lIES I1ELD BY
R. S. R. O B' E R T S.
R El"NilAtli)T'S Glass Pad Trusses, $3
do. Cupping ('Cases. $11 $12 to $13
(10. Cantic Catheters. $li.
do. Ampntatin_ Cases $30 each.
dtt. Sttrgieal or Dental lustrumentts of
dt" - flavid Jayne's Family Medi
d by t.
..c hyIR. S. RtOBL
Advantageoius Pr'oposaI of
U;[ iE Snabucriber wishes to fsom a Part
U net-,hgip ont thte loll.ow~ing perinc iple
:areisin:: theat h;iq business. il aidbed by suitabte
fiailities. wonsid and will realiza fro-ne $3000
to $8000)t parefit astnaby. on the badsi ofsmal
priotits antd qwick returns. To atnjompsh tha:s.
$:1000J woutld he reqmisite. to buy goodes on
fair te'rms, :snd the protit wuonlli he certain an.
increassi ng anmnt:dliy. Thlerefoire. as r'-v '.ame
noaw a dvance th.- aov eaounet, a lotins and
na talded. he proposes to a ais' it 'en Sha:res osf
$100 each. one fourtth teo bi paid ina cashe.sa
$501 on each share, pav:le in~ te 15th Oc.t..
andi three tourths or $150 on each sharea. Ian
a pprov:ed suote ait 6 months. with interest
fromi date. paayable at the Basnk of liHamhnre
Thie average stock kept on hand i.s $10,000
25 Sharues :at $ 00 is $5f000
It S. ltetbert4' Share is.4 65000.-$l0 000
The proafit< ta be divided iniI i telaoe r:etio.
sav $50i: teto' bedivideda amnongszt the -!5 Sha:res
a:eel .9:2 d00 to in 9 sei.l It. S. [teeberts' Sh.arse. air
ine thaut ra:eaa, acceardinhg as it is rsealzead. less or
mar.: bet as it is asaud an.1 .,uaraanlced hv
gs;li: t 4~ ttaherts i/-iP thce mouaun or 1en.5t
a-u>usin' of pir>Jt thiat gain be rr'cli:ed is~ $4000t
eun-t:d;y. tenlg p1rt aes gwigmI~ e* etemr.- at
S .0) iN PeriutIda t draw out. in g'o-ds at rats.'
pricrs. 8-0I. adriang tIle yaear. at an aiv.erioid
siugna hias eor hear aconvrienggce; atada it the
years pr~ lii exe!led $4090t. then the lealance
will be pai.l in cagsh e'ch aal evrery 15thg Oct.1
If $6000nl are realized, $121) e'chi share.
" elI0t " 160 -) -
o 0000 "' 2001 " .
In: ; neli ti.nes this may be thea case ca sily.
Th'ie paratifimship to enadaure 5 years aned then
ni the egnd of thsat gaerieod. eagch parltner msgly
withdaragw his $200 givg 3 moanths licetice :aIf
itention to thgat gell'.t. icr hee is at any time a:t
libaarty' to seall out his share making thefirst ofer
L'o the r:ompaany.
Thla e.mess is co nduactedicenirely foar enshul
and the .4toack wvillebe kept inae'ared. Pamrtieas
wshinig o :sv.eil thgema.e;ve- ofC thce aboeve. will
becoe. gg sp"cial pa:rtnerse andalg hegly intg ereste
ta tie- - stegal' f teair initalet ithonut any
frher responsibilit. acting the. samge asa
'The buaseiness as hearetgfsare to lee en t irely
undiaer glhe contgaol agad mant:gagenn fC the
sabscsri:ae A mnaeng teg ba hlgdla 4, u:eu each
yieait o ec e his repotrt aand ispslect his
Tr., can s"nce lst O)ctobemr if sublscripltieens
acmlte lay thact timee. If not sen 15th October
Thosae who wvishg halIf, whole, or more shares
will please tiaply by letter or personally to the
,if h:aif share.e are subscribed, sane half the
amotunt will he r--qeired iat cash. the balance in
a 3 amoanths engdorseed noete.
Besides thse age'ncies whije I hold. may Stock
may reaich fr.qently .$121000 to $ 140)00. and
it is not mauch short of it ngow: t, erefoere theue
will hea - perpeteal gle'rantee of sicly teo
thogs, eih choose tea inivet as above, in the
haadsomie stock acanstanltly kept by me. Tof
ay whio are ne:tuaitamed with me anal wo.nlid
desire to m,uke ane inv'estmengt, references sof the
mot gundeniable chsaracter will bie given..
Unsder thge above arrangemeant Pleanters and
otherse would get their go.sds ten per cent
cheaper at least, and in tmany instuancesc 25 per
A pply personially or by letter to
Edgefel C. fH.. So. Ca.
Q0JSninine-"it -$3,5G. cts. an
,aiph - to 374 cents a pound.
WVlire'-1 : Window GinsT.
I,inseed 1urpentine and Vurnisles.
lIiinori hItli anddpecacuanha.
AtAda iiins ,apdie,
11aec> j inkroot..
Altlicc. er i Pepper 124 cts. a pound.
ist of Wild Cherry.
Ihjnhp anrefinted Liqorice.
Tootb MM np Key .&r.. jnst receive
from P iphiaand for sale by
- - R. S. RuBERTS.
Sept13 2t :14
-dd ceeivd from Philadelphia.
Seattetp psl}pr Men & Boys, 10 cents each.
[,ll C,a - i " " 50 .
foaco4 '- 75 i' "
ilk '. inW "do"02
Cihildre='GGrid Tavcl Caps. 75 "
Boys Capi>ndA overs 1 124 "
Ladies Bi*k Wnnets $1 2: new style.
44 . $150 " "
" ornee, $22.) " "
cienqM ryUpa $200 "
Boys plo Si 75 centa.
Artificta1 FIowe's & Wreaths 25 to 75 ets.
Lar1irs LcrCps 7"Cap ach.
Farnitnreialic 10 to 21 ei. a var, .
1)il Calien 4 . 30 nnd 314cts.a yard
Black and.While:Calicoes 12 to 1+j cents.
FashionablI.Caliioes 6. cts. to ]S
Renitifui Cal.co 12 etc. n ynrd
Fall Vestn t.' 50 ets. to $1 00 a vard
Brookljn' :ssmere 50 cts.n yard
silk Crv i 814nd P.cket H1.andkerchiel,
nble Lin n'and Pillow case Linen,
[ri-h 41hiitinfy Linen.
De Lnine amt i:; ;nher Shaw%v1.
BRlack r d fatioinable col +red Aiprecns.
Blenched and nnblea-ched Ilomespons. &c.
With Mltiir. Ribbons. &c. &c.
*For 4ie liy -" R. S. ROI'
Sept 13Y 2t
STATE OF SOUTH CA 1
BY virtue of sundry writs .:
"eint J0 me directed, I .
sell at Edgefield Court 11ut,..
M1onday and.-Tuesday foull(ivint,
>er next. :th'e Iolltti tg ptrope
iilot'ing eases, viz:
P- H. A'sh vs. Josel, i e
ract of:ind where the delen..
adjoining, lands of Richard U1
A. Browu: &
11a11 of ..
r,iCt (it ... a .-s . .ani hves, td P Citted)cr4U ce. eu
:unr iajinn three ite... . ,.n.., more or sct*it i i%ij44 tnd? odf~ce
..se. -ridjoming lands of 3Mrs. M\ary Carreell, tetel.cei vt cibrdtoelci. Tm
~.Kilicredse aned others. Taele ntelrCe,e ~~4iChr'
Ihurmann E. He:t. vs. Martha tileit, .r.k5 ie'sciI-vzt4 I.':ir
wo negro cin. H .111 and Dav e.Iiii a. cjciigidse'Jr F.A
John. G. Itirton vs. A. G. Leek, T.j J .'.Je ;ichr.Wt.I 1s nsctt
Dysuu vi. p. G. .Leek and oter vs. ictheiis' s ice :nbolcaitD .l
-amde. one cairrtage.cccserynt litiig. id in e eIit
If.ii lul, viiBrn Dan th tact eitc .. o , her I,i rs fo Iri Tale is actabe
I ad ahire ic ddndc ct ivs.CUII ~ on e d of w:elaii : isaw i c tierr nnd Iiin i hig
cig ix unded rid evety iveacr s Ctt,o ecriantiuin. aiuner od. ecs
ucoe o lecs acjoiiu I; gus at cljt t he Al i..ne istll t ic re i ood l d o h
W;csircgou Feecuci lce rcct h i T ra tc ti lihsz :dr ccc:rc eeei*:4i f ' os'
arnn~twnc are eicreorler,eek.in - 5 mie s- h-es n-~ -:-h.C -r
ug ans ~f . T layonr Pe,rQian 1d adonn lad.o J t. F. A
amhu. Jnd others.d. Wm. Il eloss ohr
Ahrtu ute V~J0h, Rnehrt,odiin lion.1..e ei. Gi i , and Scrwan l
sr.iirir of VenicesxarySeont.hathring ..fandonn rd.rcellen9
.ialfixl hundred a evnt fivey acres, Ciiton rn and si ll tirie in. ii.t .
nore ore less, tidjinig ll.tso B'eenjain Any r peu erso S:niir iI.e i i purc h e. wiedo
W.le.iGcthrcn vsiG.tW.iChrisiian-andiieIer tt'.tn ieon an~c be mae
Iweaehingme reem c. a hel ac ofCC land si c1 etc.ei iioihyzd
i' .vhere & the .delendm Frem an lo es. lcon-1 ;it JA i s. ii t ifitV :'iyo's.ir
iningtytweni y cesP more ort le crs , d in. - - - ___________
osicand &f A. T. TrayDor,tPter ) Q'i- Het ?:kS,
lehum andF Goher hes. 4~ Larieo t ' '.:imeth r:.
Aberam Jones vsJn Raeiner, adm sin M..HA.E iSept. t,168
t=ri m fC t m . feil. in e. aoi etrat Jflan Ort Irl . . C i eii ate \d.c- i at. havh.gir
mfrl zcor , ess. adjo io hel. t l'e t h u , oi nted~ ancmn is s iedAiU,,at ;i iieribes
less DerIck0 hado Ufifth-tru Iab cy eve n esetdncodn:v
G.rt h W. h P en 00 vi ret Elasm Ic. niasown. (1ci y:ce trer of iCol.~ Gic.rt icc> i c11.utc
term stees L. o& E . Penn ob sotr t, Ve: id e of lu i t.ilic.. tci s e.hv. 1t'ymnieter.
)ribeter yil cotriingoeeafece,t . Sep:rit.~ f Mcciici r 3:y .d.
tJe. . BuGowy vs Abthe samey, otn re wo '.iComa" i <. iice.tit .hies'cre teeav hs.
I lere..ai CHiC o se. nf same,d.etsate vs l l alvanceG, tS : C .' t:cc
he ame. Jthetfll wigc os n h ' C..Co aiit. own ,rth 0contine t ttccupv '' r i T u e.0
, 4 Hamtir::, kVi . itha ety cc p ac ofT tsmdir.m :ricruis m:ny oe :,"t rui centrns
l'o n a hts umbrs199 200 2 1. 0 cosn t a gen.-ral ti:tae c ic icrci adCo aiin Unsi
mai dret-d L a id ianety-sci Tey nra lede r hicrc g r dic to hevir
rt by o Tdi an toste.l East f riedspecndftl publ'iete -a: ic.ci tiiic ci torae
le tel,Su. CHy ] Cob tr, e st n sa le',whc f i produc. an tci c lie c euiingiand
Sept N.BieS s bjhAny one 3 wagon ictimet atn tuheirnne wnhrinc hi-:b teyt mn cbce.
STT m OeFan O UTH hArLe. Saoetd. L$ibea dacsw.lb aeo
WatInohnto EL Do vIs.Ge.[Wtk. P ' ttons r.igned t when rapibed. i
-hlrnKizon Fak itistismeerithnanks fr. th,der hherbry,iv nim
PTem ofH COURT OFash.R thic t h aee. v e beenic soFra- ion - ictved ti
nodoretoeceffor.soLetters cf: onateriof to
i -n,.and RitSTthe sillE.nDexedme, wllch, theyE hopeltN, nercit s us.re-;
Stepfth 8p4e4 ttein tImall idu den d, tentr redet't retheir care.
JrhHeNe Hre iLoe t, cisq ,ta O trnary of dG .I'e.aehrbytetdt
Edgeilfaid i sr i idet. rci me :EguedlCcittoseie rdylc
Woso hesnAid deeaon traham aeth ap-r ,tcis:it crte ups fipc:si t
cinreme. t oue:aek Ordiary' 5~ecr Sent ifsth. e 1848.teatwihtecinhr
icr he sid istrctito b4a(lo7 cthEee.N.esge L til GRFI-icioe. i
jeld Conrectousewonh'he.2rt. day ofeSept. Sept 5or.-8 in
Give Utder:rnyhitn ani sel, htsthe ~itcivn f orwidctadif y ded-ares.
ith div o Sep.. intbe ear f n'wrhLo chdaed wdt4il 14v hai :lhted.ittion.y C
thied to me for.Lette and 4.mn dtate wit aei hon o $CE.intehd
ion.e ndoiththe -iritnnexdgon all . A;E WillNN, therchatt Edge..ic
eignd ei sevouf-Thmas ycarry, SAe'r., ent edulaedee, Allgnn hiaro Earcteit totm
can ljdepeidenc. topravded mfor said de, he ceit ors snc bea thei
Jhs Oae HerfNe o iLLe ano.mn si .1 E..PDn, nr hrSnt[6et
epCt Hose he2th day ofSp. Sept 5188 if 3
O $ LBS BACUN SIDES,
Fuir s:ale lby
- GU. PA1RROT'T, flaiburg.
Sept 13 4t 34
"'he frients of,Col. TIUS. W. .AN
1A.\ ntnntnr.t him as a enndidate for the
ollic"- i' 6hetiit the next clection.
Sep 1:3 tf 34
EcTThe ffrintds iof Col. JOHN HILL an.
nom~c.' him as a c:didter ir Shcritl 'of Ea
fiel-I Di-trict at the next clection.
ce 13 if 4 .
We are asnliaorised to an
auuiel JI LAS L lI I.LI.E; , E:q. of Cokes.
hury. as a ;arnidito to represeut Abbeville.
Ei;ti" I!. LexiitC"un :and1 Newherry, in the
Con2tes of the United Staee.
^A.z :%t) if 32
:ta" ar':n 'hrised to annurnee F.
ii. \Vi t11\W -q as a eindidate for
n sent i he Il Ii"... of ipresentatives at
the r-us+in; iI.ttionu.
it ' V,'a :,rrt ,.d ri. ".f oi llsil
(Ef W aunthe ri l In annnuncP
Cet . 1 !ES P CAIUOLL. as n eandi
date for a .'-at it l ilanise of Represen
iltiv. :. at :.-" .-- ing rleetion.
.\atn-s 9 I18. f 9
::re i. ta riz"d to tiaiuonce V.M. a.
.'1 i i N i'.-\ ta a canididn.t liar Glerk of
t e ire i: r- of Ed' etielfd at thet ensning
r :ti:n :\n -: t 31
"+ i '., ar- nnor:zi,l int mnontte T J.
WV iIT \ KER as . na:a.lid.te or lthe Office
of :ihprt. at the elli-11u, cir-ction
A t. .1 ' if
!.i h sill,.vtm_1 1e1t 10i m :re tniieoi ed
by tseir l r -1. ds at e;tuaslies far th, Ofllce ir
'Tax Cat!1e'lr. :it tsr' snit-I'i5 etectiotn
C(,l Jil N .1U.\''i'I,Etl;lU1,
GEi''itii . !!E' Ai u,
S . ilPS:,N it. 3.!AYS,
.tfaj S. ('. : C
.' v:: are mu'oris.d to tutnotun^e D1N
IEL L , s. a ensinte fair re
;,e i1uns.:e of tfl?legates.
;.rtsed to aunounce B.
Ir.. na a cantlidate for a
of .Representatives, at
te . 10
:ua. R. B. I3rnic-IGUT.
Candidate far a sent in
:sentatives,-at the ensu
rized to announce V. A.
a candidate .for a seat in
ntatives, at the next'elecr -
, fii.sla sa Mnij. JUH:. TMOMKINS an
a - "-~mdate Ior a seat in the
ttives at the ensuing elec"
. JOHN LAKE, annnonnce
fot a ;Pat in the HouseoC
the ensuie election.
Maj.AA AM JOI ~ ~ -
candidate.fbX7ectb45t - V
i ctrnli qe. faii W UtI
trict at etii electiob
LTI i i ROi Ij't .L
. Jacob Pow a Billfo&'Priiiof
rs. heEstais of'JIokrW
Philip Powv and others. Pero, deceassai
|| T aipparinag in, miy sali?faictie. that..Johnue'
a Ste.-kmanc tanid lebecca his wife Juhat.
R~eyntls aind Ann hais wife. Wilamn Spantn,
Philip Spaitn. William Edwards, 8hap-,
lea n, 1al 55ni1y his w:fe. ate' Sally Edwards.
anid Lewis Edwards, somne of the'Defendants
ini Ihis ensas, arie witbsant te, imta of ihis
State: O)rdere:d. that thce D'afecndats above'
namedni. do atlppear in thsi, Hontorallite Court.
aned tsls'nd. naaswer aor demnr -*o the isrid Bill,
withiai tiaree monrthts Ifrom c thepnblication of
this sarah-r. oir the said Bill, will be takesn pro
confesso acg:tast thtetm.
('aommiissiontet'si U lfice. Juily 10tha, 1848.
July i2 3m 25
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA.
i3 u1L)1.YA RY.
Phil1:i;l i m,l .Summaons in Partition,
y TJ. p:12 cm a eiimy sati.slaction that Phil
N1 I Clark, Jss.es Claerk. Jesse Wallace,
ands wvile F'r:anci.. WVesley linelts, anal
wif l.lizabeth.i iside : wbuna in this cnse, reside
wnhutsia the hm,cits of this 8'tate, it i.s there
fuore orsdseud. thaat theiy ala :typener and object to
thei ihi Vi:. sit fsa sle saf thei ftent Earate af EIiz
haith Clasrk dlseense..I att sir befoure thse frsst
31tns.tay in ia4:iobecr neext or their conasent to
the saiie will be esnteredlef r?cairsl.
.IOIIN l1LL, o.o z.
STATE OF SOUTh. (A ROLINA.
IN COMIMON PLE~AS.
vIs.l c l ttti. S
r IllE <b':aodni icc lshert Sinnnon. whoi is
.c in he en-tiqdy ofthe Sserifi' of Edgefieldl
asrt t, by vite if a CuipitIs ads s'shisfaeiendum,
Iinneds inti c a r,se. hi aut iled ni shedule oif
biatanh esnts. andt a piet:tiuin for the benefit
ofs the la-ct''t l)letrs' Act, on mcotion of'
Casrrsu. thse dsn-nid,cnr s Atlorinev, it is tereloro
orderedi. tha:t the said I a.ie linewe's. ns wvell ns
all asthier-. thes creitosrs act the sacid dufencdanet. dlo
nlypiear tit Edgefssish necrt II uise befoire the
Court o1 Conninonssi les for the saidi dcistrict on'
thics: sc3 nsdi ey m1 ralrciext, to shiew ennse.
if ay itey cn why tire anids defen,dan t should
anot bes sadm ciited tio tse benesf.it eat the anseisd set.
TIIOS. G. 15ACON c c P D
A19 n l 0 IRs 3m 29
STVATF, OF sOUTil CAJIOLIN~A
IN THE CO4iMON PLEAS.
Thcomt::s P. .Uner. ) Declaratiot.
rs. in Attach'ment.
.V N1iF Ph*initifi' in the above case, having
this day flied his Dec!intion in my of
nor attiorneyi. kncown to reside wvithein the limits
oif ihis State, on wniom ia coipy aof said Doclara
tion. with a rute to plead. cant be served On
sotiont of M1 r. Adamts, attorney for PlaintitT,i i s
earderesd,that the enid dlefendant appearand plead
to the said D)eclaration. withini a year and a
,ttny frmo the dlate heLre.c or judgmentm will be
given ngninst him bIy ideftit
TrHO. G. BACON. Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice. Edlgefield C. II. 18th Nov. 1847.
niovemnber 24 Jy 44