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tt ik Bltimore Sun.
O&E NEWS BY THE -AMER
ST. Jon810i March I0
The Royal mail steamer AmericaCapt..
Shannon, Irrived at Halifax'-from Liver
pool% al a quarter of 3 this-morning, whence
1%;.she sailed on the 24th ult. and consetjent1y
ibrings fourteen days later intelligence
Our express arrived at Digby fat . ten
minutes before 12, in eight hours and.forty.
minutes from Halifax, crossing themBay of
Fundy in six hours, having been detained
two hours by ice in the bay.
Mr. Laboucheke has again brought' fur
.tard a Government proposition for the
Amodification. of the navigation laws. Mr.
Ban:roft, our minister, states that to what.
Sever ezent the liberality of the British
Pirliai-ent may be disposed to legislate in
this.Mattet that he is ready to sign a
Convention to-morrow, based upon come
pleti reciprocity, upon the opening of the
entire coasting trade of the two countries
.to the vessels of both.' By the proposed
. ;1aw it will be competent for an American
vessel to come to Liverpool' from the
-United States. laden with tobacco and cot
aon-she will bo permitted, to discharge
all or part of her cargo in the Mersey, take
in Manchester goods, or coal, or passen
gers, and carry them to Glasgow or Lon
don in transit, and clear our with perhaps
a fresh. cargq from the Gnal port of her
The Cholera.-The Cholera report have
swelled to 12,395, of which 5,546 have
died; 3,788 have recovered, and 3.154
continue under medical treatment. of
which the result is not stated.
Gold Fever.--The reports from Cali
fornia continue-to excite great taterest.
-The excitement -extends to all classes.
The French Government have des
ppatched a French engineer to California,
with the object of surveying the talked of
State of rade.-The state of trade in
the macufacturing districts on ihe- whole
,J9 satisfactory. .Ediploymeni-is plentiful
-and activity previstruhu,
There continues a good demand for.
American securities in London.
The reported payment of Pennsylvania
interestin one half relief-notes was received
with cousiderable disfavor.
Money continues to get more abundan,
and the rate of interest rulbs low.
The English funds have receded. Con
461s at Londob on the 23d were held at
OPINION OF THE CABINET ON
.-We annex the opinion of two of - the
-4*wclaibet, relative to the'tarifrof 1842.
'They will be read with interest just now.
.That of Mr. Meredith, the present Secre
tary.othe Treasury, is of - avery recent
-PnaLADE.LPHIA, Nov.21, 1848.
IMy Deat Bird..bd the pleasure of re
,eaiving, a few days asinegyour letter on
behalf ot theemm'itee'hvting me 't he
- present at- " -whig jubileein Pottsville,
;oa Saturday next.I regret exte silly that
enaements here wtll prevent me
ne passage of the act dli1848 involved
~their honor.-and interest If they bad not
~reitfed it. The triumphant -mannter in
which the people of the commonwealth,
* and in an especial and remarkable degree
the people of Schuylkill county, bave tin
didated their rights at the recent elections,,
ndtit only shows a determination that ibe
principless of the tariff of. 1842 shall he re
stored, -and that their Industry shall not
in futture be sacrificed to suit the views of
political partizaus, but exhibits in a strong
Jigitt *the fact that, the people cannot be
lung deceived, and that they can and.will
enforce the due responsibility of their.pub
lie servanls- While we are able to do
this, we may be sure that the republic
will continue to be safe, glorious, and tri
utmphant.- I offer for the acceptance o
our brethren the. following sentimentt
'Pennsylvania-Proof alike against the
violence of open enemies, and the subtle
ties of professed friends. She will. always
stand for the rights of igdustry and the
principles of freedom.'fr
I am, sir wit eat esteem,
very truly yours.
W. M. M ER EDIT-t
B. BAaTsot.o3ttw, Esq.
The followitng is an extract of.a letter
written in November, 1846 by Mr. Clayton,
the Secretary of State, to -the whigs of
If there he any among us who shall
desire to -play that game. or dare to oIl'er
as a whig measure any proposition which
has for its object to baffle and defeat the
unequivocal restoration of the tariff of
1842, let us at once repudiate the mea
sure, as uncalled for by the people, and
opposed to their wishes. Scouting all
abstractions and generalities. let us con
tinue to present the principle for which we
now contend, manfully and, openly, as an
object visible and tangible-the restoration
of the whig tariff- of 1342. Let this
stand as the watch-word of the party
the shibboleth of our political faith. In
scribe it on every whig flag. and each will
become a'larum as invincible as the Con
We had the pleasure yesterday of con
versing with our admired and esteemed
fellow, townsman, Hon. W. C. Preston,
who has just returned from his trip to the
country, greatly improved in health and
Heis anxious to resume his duties, but
this his friends very properly will not con
sent to until all the effects of his late severe
attack shall have entirely worn off.
The duties of his station are arduous
and trying to one in the most robust health
and should not too soon be attempted by
- a recent convalescent, whose will may be
stronger than his body.
It has pleased us to observe the solicit ade
manifested in relatioo to his sickness, not
only t. home- but throughout the Union
-every statesment relative to his condi
tion having beetn returnled to us in all our
..cang... -Co.,,ba Tderank. -
BY bAST NGHTS MAIL..
From the Sozt Carolinian.
CiARLESTON, March 19.
Holders of upland submitted to one
eight decline from the highest point last
week. Sales in consequence seventeen
hundred bales, at from 6 to 7j. Market
THF COTTON CRo.-In relation to the
Cotton crop, STEWART'S Circular, which
went out in the Europe, has the following:
OThe recent decline which has again
rnsured. after an advance obtained im
mediately after the receipt of highly fa
vorable advices from Europe, can only be
accounted for on the supposition that buy
ers are alarmed at the continued lirge
receipts or Cotton at tho ports,-and are
fearful that the yield may exceed two
million six hundred, thousand hales. A
tight money nmarket here, and the declin
ing tendency of exchange the last week,
has also operated agaidst sales, this, how
ever, is now checked. As regards the
receipts, it is yet too early in the season to
make them a test of the probable amount
of the crop. The fine picking weattier up
to the 1st January, all over the Cotton
region, determined the crop, and we now
know but little more about the yield than
we did at that date. The position I took
in August last I have since seen no good
reason to change; it was simply this---we
have had a very favorable growing sea
son; if we had a picking season eqial to
the last the crop will probably amount to
two million six' hundred thousand balei.
We have had such a season, and I now
say that I believe my estimate correct,
aud that cannot' exeeed that flgure twenty
thonsand bales, not do I believe if will fall
fifty thousard short of it.
IMPRnTAINT INPORUATtOrq.-Tho Wash
ington correspondant of the Philadelphia
It is understood, upnn suficient authori
ty, that the President will not entertain
peisonal appetls for ofice,. having estab
lished the rule. after a conference with
his Cabinet, that all applications for of
fice must,be sa)hmittqd through the depart
ment to which they appropriately belong.
This is not only a wise, but it is a proper
regulation, and one that will relieve Gen.
Taylor from'disagreeable importcnity and
establish the Cabinet on that dignified and
elevated-footiug by which every member
may feel himself honored in occupying tIe
station. Besides, it is manifestly iigla in
itself. that applications should be examined
and considered in the Departments before
the appointing power is, called upon to
exercise his Executive. functions. It af
fo.ds 'securityto the .Oublic survice and
protectio. to the President. ,More thah
this, it 'estr6ys the. dangerous system.
which beeies so much in vogue tmder the
deceased..ynasty, of aurmenting the n.
ol~w oienid in Ih %efs
(Mq.y Sig~nal states abt&i great -Meg~
"mtent prevails in.Funmkfort,An thtatState,
oni.account. of the discovery of a substdike:
there - idfieh resists sacids1 and twhich is
helieye'd'to be gold.? It-says that the peo
-pief are abandoning their ordinary btusi,
ness, selling their shops and bonding theit
;arms; and are off to dig the precious
'metals. A valuable lead mine has been;
discovered in Dodge cotunty, Wisconsin.
The $kowhegan Press states that a lend
mine has been discovered at Moose Head
Lake, (Mlaine.) in which the ore is abun-.
dant and the quality very good. yielding
about ninety per cent of pure lead.
SLAvRa t~ t'TEH thsTaICT.-tn thie
speech of General Chapmatn in Conaless.
necording to "Potomac" .of the Balo~more
Patriot, he argtued that if Congress could
atblish slaverv in the District, betenuse the
Governinent 'had obtained by cession, or
purchased this Disrrict, then the Govern
mentimight purchase a square in the city
of Charlestntt no which to erect a Ctustom
House. and Congress could abolisht slavery
within the limits of that sqjuare. And
also that if Congress had the p,wer to
dbolish alavery, it also had the power to
establish it, and it cottld purchase a sqluare.
in the city or Boston, for Custom t.outse
buildings'and establish slavery within the
limits of that square.
Jew Dai' or Hebrew Pilaster.
Th1Is article. prepared for pains and weak
ness in the back, breast, side, or limbs; bruises,
sprnins, &c.: and for asthmatic afifections
will, in most cades, give immediate and perma
nenit relief. It will also be fotund highly benefi
cial for complaints of the Laiver, Lutngs, and
Kidneys. Perisons ot sedentary habits, whose
business requires them to sit or stand much,
who are troubled wvith weakness in the chest,
or pain in thte side or breast will find great re..
lief by w~earing one of these plasters.
See advertisement in another column.
The genuine are sold by J. D. CHASE.
March 14 18419, I]m 8
EgLler' Lodge Jo i7.
L. @, @. iF.
(Q1" Regular meeting..r this Lodge will
be held on Monday evening next at 7
o'clock, ELBERLT BLAND, See.
March 21 1t 9
T HE Subscriber has just received his
Spring &. Summer Goods,
Consisting in part of
PRINTED JAC. MUSLINS, SILK AND
LINEN BRAGES, DOTTED AND
PLAIN SWISS MUSLINS. MUS
LINS GING HA M, ENGLISH.
& AMERICAN PRINTS,
For Ladles Dresses,,
Muslin Trimtings. Fine
Bonnets & Bonniet Ribbons,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery.
Shoes, Leghorn, Panama. Silk and
BEAVER HATS. .
All of' which will be sold very low, and alhib
eral discount for CASH.
B. C. BRYAN.
MarchL 21 1849, if 9
New Goods, New Goods.
SHE- Subscribers are now receiving their
T Stockof S P R I N G and S U M M E R
G O 0 D S, which were purchased ey loI6
for Cash, and cobsequently can and will lie imid
accordingly. Amongst which dre the fullowirg:
Rich P- de Sou Silks,
Do. Camelian do
Do. Brocade Stripe do
Ex. do. Diagonal Plaid do black,
Rich Plain Black Silks, .
Sup. Blk, Plain Col'd nad Plaid Baregcs,
D(o. Plain and'Figured Tissues,
Emb. Brocha Swiss M uslin Dresses,
Very rich Blk and Col'd Brocha Lawns,
Large lot Printed Lawns from 15 to 20
New style Jaconct and Organdic Muslins,
Dn. do. Silk and Linen Ginglams,
Beautifl lot Summer Ginghams from
j2d to 25 cents per yard
Latest Style of Ladies Collars and Cnli,
Union and Linen Drill from 25 cts to $1,
French, Summer Cassiier and Cloths,
Sup. English Draps D'Ete fr 75 cts. to S2
New style Pur Dimity, with Fringes to
Plain,Plaid and Stripe Cottonida:,
Pillow Case Linen and Apron Checks,
Uco. Nankeens and B. E. Diapers,
Silk and Cotton Umbrellers, Parosols and
All styles and prices Tickings rr 10 to 20,
Do " " " Bleached and bra Sheet.
* ings add Shirtings from 4.L to 45.
All styles and prices Calicos, from 15 to 25
All qualities and prices bro and blk Table
All qalities and prices Cotton, Linen and
- Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Fringes & Bottons, f.ir Ladies dressss
Cord and White Cot, Silk & Kid Gloves,
Marsails and Silk Vestings,
Bleached and crown Coiton Drills,
Marlboro and Shirting Stripe.s,
Osnaburg and Factory Stripes and Yarns,
Swiss, MAll, Book, Plaid and Jaconet
Augusta 7-8 and 4 4 brown Shirtings and
Complete assortment of Children and La
Any quantity and qt1ality of lalfllose and
H usiery, &c. & c. ,
Which our friends and acquaintances, and
persons visiting Hamburg for the purpose of
buying Goods, are invited to call and take a
look and judge for themselves, as we feel confi.
dent they will find it to their interest
- JACKSON & KINCHLEY.
Hamburg, March, 1849 2m 9
Q%rembUfl ffemalle atalormy.
R.. BRADSHAW,- A. M. PRINCIPAL. .
T HIS Institution is now, with a full corps
of Teachers,.in successful operation.
The Rev. S. S. GAILLARD, so favorably known
in this State, is engaged as one of the Teachers
for the present year.
The course of instruction embraces all the
studies necessary to a complete English educa.
tion. and these studies jill be pursued in the
order best adapted to the capacities, tastes and
previous attainments of the pupils, having at
all times a due respect to the wishes of the pi.
rents. -- Also the Greek, Latin, French andItal
ian Languages; Music, instrumental and vocal;
Drawingt Painting, and ercry canety of Needle.
work. ,The Music class is under the *cae; bf
an eminent Teacher;- one who has haiVgeat
experience in teaching music botb'in tiiis conf.
try and in Europe. French and Italian are
taught by a lady who was instructed iq- Paris,
and?who speaks the French- language linently.
.:Tkliberal patronnge whicl the 3Gree.'nle
School. hareceived for. the-pat ro~
t..reenvlle, S. C, .3 larch, 1849'
New YoPk~ and Phikf
CHEAP..C A.R U
T HWS8ubscriber .tiankfulef'd.,
'takes tiiis metliod of informnIng his. friends,
customers, and the puzblic generally, that lie
has jnst returned from the North, having spent
.some time there, for the pur'pose of selecting a
large, handsome and well assorted STOCK.
He feels proud in saying, that lhe succeeded in
doing so; and will be able in a few-days to
show the LARGEST arid B E ST selected
Stock, evel'-offered in this rnarket. Among his
Goods can be found an extensive assortment
of all kinds of GOODS, whicli will be sold, as
they were bought checap, C H EAPER than any
other Store, without exception.
Therefore, all who want BA RGAfNS, wait
for a few days. arid you will be surprised at
what low prices, Goods are selling; at the Cheap
Cash Store, of It J. COHN.
March 1 It.9
A LL persons without distinction, having
.lbought may Goods nmnder pretence to pay in
a fero days, atid especially those indebted to
me from last year, may yet save cost by paying
immediately, as I am de termined to have all of
my accounts collected forthwith, No .indul.
gence will be given, as I sold at cash p rices.
Look for no more advertising in regard to this,
but take it for granted that I will do what I any.
Mdarch21i, ~ It . 6
READY MADE CLOTHING.
WILL he opened in a few days the largest,
VTfinest and best selected Stock, ever
nffered. including Dress and Frock Cloth Coats,
Pants, Vests, Shirts, Suspenders, Pocket and
Neck Handkerchmiefs, an,d a great m:,ny articles
too numer ous to mention.
March 21, it 9
Jewelry and Ribbons.
A Large Assortme amt just opetned, w..ich a 'tl
ho sold accordinigly low, therefore cat' it
once before the handsomest Goods are sold,
March 21 It 9
BY virtue of sundry writs of fleri facias
to me directed, I shall 7,roceed to
sell at Edgefleld Court H-ouse, on thme first
Monday and Tuesday in April next, tbe
following property~in the following case,
C. 3. Glover vs Thomns C. M~athis,
five negroes, viz: Mary, Vilett, H arriett,
Rose aud Candis.
.darh 1 C HRISTIE, S. E. D.
T OLLEDI before me by Henry Hill, living
'.U near the Isl'ntd Ford, a small Bay fLare,
14 hands high, about seven years old, wth no
particnlar brand or mark, except a small sear
under her left eve. A ppraised at $140.
W. R. H ILL, Mag'st. z. D.
Dec 27 4m1 49
ALL Persons indebted to the late firm of
tlSihley & Crepon; are respectfully reqnes.
ted to come forward and settle the same as
soon as practicable with the udersignied, as it
is desirahle-to bring their business to a close.
Vch.21 - .t 6
-XA tf Land for Sale.
tees f the Female Ac:idemy will
for .ale on next Saleday at II o'dlock
A A S.-,16t of land containing abont 4 ncrea
1.tiadjoining the Baptist Church
lot;wn1"4 J. Ryan's stables formerly stood.
Tentsa-Ledit till Ist Jannry next.
N.. L. GRIFFIN; Chairman.
MAW 21, 1849, 2t- 9
-Attieesses t Mattresses!
H Pice e Co., having located at Edge
fie!d Cour' House, will he plensed to
receive oders: for making Mattrasses of all
descriptions, on*resonable terms.
J. -!P. & Co., may be frond at their rooffi,
up-stdiriof'Dr. Goodwin's Store Himse, op
positelhe Planters (Jotel, where specimens of
tleir rkcan be secii.
a: ~ . J. II. PRICE,
- - . T. PRICE,
T. D. PRICE.
C. P. MURRELL,
ER ENci-I take pleasure in saying that
upon.tril r hiive found the Mattrasses made
by ihe aboi nitmed gentlemen. of a very ex
cellent'qua.ity.. H-1. It. SPANN.
Febuary 7, 189 tr 3
HETEab'Oe reward will be given for the
app ilon and delivery of my negro
man naied WP or APPLING to the Jailor
of Edgefield',orto myself. He line confessed
tha, be4irdered my Wife, and has since nb,
scondi -'SAd follow is about thirty yenrs of
age 5 fee.'.r 10 inches high. straight, of ordi
nary Ai1i.1'little copper. colored, stinmmers
when.spokeito ; had on whan he left a brown
frock cofatd-black hat; ho hnd long heard on
his Chihn.0e1f his legs is sore and much
iwollen a.'? id fellow ranaway on the 24th
Marla189,. tf 7
r1I E Subiriber inrorms his friends and
J .ti 1that as Agent for a few friends
who- aeengaged him to'do business for them.
he will koei ilhand at the Post Office, a full
sui Firtls as above, which lie will sell
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Q N .21st or 22d of December last,
b a'-flamburg and Mrs. Ander
sona,1 the Martintown Road, a new
Poclet ook> containing about 75 Dollars,
as folloi *. ten dollar bills, 5-five dollar
bills, a 5nr.the Bank of Hamburg, and
about 8( '91iollars in silver. The finder
will confer -a:great favor on the subs&riber
by retuiling the same, and be well rewarded.
- 4ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
a AU9- tf - 50
- . l s indebied to the subscribers by
m#n nt, Note, or otherwise, nre now
earnest!nit q.pted to make. payment during
.theNlion 0 anunary.
Ftor:iJd' png-:ndulgence they have had,
we conRaea hope'they will make some e.
6rtion V. egan.wflapdo to. respond to
.-n ' _ tf 50
-.NS'T RECEIV ED AT~
APOTEECARIES' H ALL,
'FRESH -Lotof Figi. Citron, Currants,
AAOangeb, Imdas, Alnionds, Maccaroni,
For sale onred onuable tei-ms. toirethef with a
good assortment of Drugs, eiie,Pr
Puthery, &c.HAE Pr
TOH D.CHSE,M. D.
March71419 ' if 7
N.OT IC E.
iUi E undersigned as Assignee ol' Plrcus
..Uphonigives notice to all persons having
claIms against,.the said Marcus Upson, and
who arc willing to take undter the assignment,
to render in their claims by the sixth day of
August next. TA1l-persons indebted to the mnid
Marcus Upson,zage requested to make imme
SAMUEL STEVENS, Assignee.
Mareh 71849, . 5m*' 7
?1/RCUNISTANCES regniring that ihe bu.
siness of G. L & E. Penn should be set
tIed up withot:delay. Notice is hereby given,
that all Notes anid -Accounts not, settled during
Court,,will bc~gigeni out to an Oflilcer for col.
-etin .. E. IPENN, Agent.
F'eb.281849.: , if 13
Limnber for Sale.
T ESubsi.iber will furnish the very besi
Plank or Lumber, of any kind at his Mill
on Shaws Creek,.12 miles from Edgefield C.
H. for 50 cents per hundred cash, and 624 cents
where it is charged. .
-I will also deliver Lumber at or near Edge
field Village, fot' $S per thousand cash.
7an.3 1849, . tf . 50
- LACK k'NIGH T
WILL stand.the ensuing Spring Sensor
Vat D. Holland's, Esq., commencing on
the 10th inst., and at the Subscribers stable,
commencing otn the 15th inst., returning to each
plce every ninth dlay.
For terms see large bills.
* HI. B. ELDER.
March 71849. . 3t 7
NW Lr 'd .
OLBS.. NEW LARD,. just
1 ~ receiired and for Sale, low
for Cash, by - : - . JENNINGS.
N. B.--The Subscricher expects shortly r
good supply of Choice Bacon, H. J.
Feb '9. tf5
JV'o t ic e.
A LL Personr, indebted to the firm of hur
j& Doby, either by note or bookc acdount
p to the 1st oflJanuary 1849, are requested to
make immediate 'payment, as indulgenlce can
io longer be given..
BURT & DOBY.
,Tan 24 *.. tf 1
(gi We are, azuthorized to announce
Capt. D.. L. SHA W as a candidate for
Majo.. r the Lower Battalion. 7th Regi
PROCLAIATI 0 N.
CuAnLEsToN, S. C., llarch 10, Ji49.
B Y His Excellency WIIITEMARS11 B
SEAh3ROOK, Governor and Coinii.
der-in-Chief in and over the.State of Soutli
Carolina: Whereas, inflormation has been re
ceived at this Department, that a n:ost nutrocion.
njurder was con"mitted in Edgefield District
on the 16th. day of 7elrnry list, .y a slavi
'nnmed APP or APPLNG, belonging to Mar
tin Posey, Esq , and that the said slave has ab
econded. Now know yo, in order that th(
said slave may be brought to trial for the crint
with which lie is charged, I do hereby ol'er i
reward of Two Hundred and Fift Dullars, 1i
the apprehension and safe delivery of the Q:iic
slve App or Appling, to the Jailsor of Edge
field District, or to nyiv other Jailor in thi
State. Said fillow is abotit thirty years 6l
age, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches hich: sirui.;ht or or
dinary size, a lii!e copper colored. stammer
when speaking; had on when he lert a browil
frock coal, and black hnt; he had a long bhard
on his chili, one of his legs is sole aid mnch
Given under my hand, his tenth day a!
Match, in the year of our Lord one thou.
and eight hundred and forty-iiine, and in
the seventy-third year of American Inde
WHITEMARSH B. SEABROOK.
Ily the Governor:
B. K. H ENNEGAN, Secretary of State.
March13 4t 8
Cheaper than Ever!
IN retnrning our thanks to our etistomneri
and friends for past favors so liberally be.
stoWed, we wonld most earnestly solicit.r
continuance of the same. We now most te.
spectfully invite the attention of our friend
aid the pblic generally to our cheap and weL
Stock of Spring Goods,
WHICH WE ARE NOW REcEIvINo A81D OPENING
Consisting of the newest styles of Ladiei
Dress Goqds, nn%v style Gingliahis, Englisl
arid American Prints, Hosiery, Gloves, Lin'el
Cambric H andkerchiefa, Bleiched and Browr
lomespuns, together with a full and complets
assortment of Mens and B'y's PALm LEAF
PANAMA and LEomont HATS, BooTs, SnoEs
BoN-E-rs, HAIDWARE and CUTLERY, CRocKE
Ry and GrAss WAnE. Booxs and STATIONART
WILLOW and Tun WARE, SADDLERY, GnocE.
With niany arliclis too tedIous to tletition
we are nokv prepared to sell LOWER than thi
LOWEST; all we ask is an examination o
our sto6k, then judge for yourselves. -
We feel confident in giving entire satisfac
tjon to those who may favour up with a call.
R..CAUSSE & CO.
March 71849i if 7
The mst Economiial and .Labor -.4vinp
Artidle erer Inienieed
mil never get out of order. ..
'FGr Sale by J. COHN.
.Agent for Edgeficid Village.
March 6 . t 7
I shall proceed to sell otn Wednesday
the 11th day of Apiril nekt, at the fate
residlence of Mary Kilcrease, deceased,
all the Personal property bequeathed the
said deceased, .during life. by John Kil
crease, late of Edgefield District, betweet
forty and fifty likely negroes, stock ol
Horses, Hogs, Mules, Cows, Sheep
Household and Kitchen Furntiture, Plan
tation Tools, WVaggon and Harness and
other articles two tedious to mention, on
credit until the twenty-fifth day of De
cember next, with ntote and twvo atpiirovet
securities. The r-ight of the property no
changed until tho terms of sale tire corli
plied wvith, and if re-sold, at the risk u
DAVIS. J. .GILCHR.IST, Ex'or 0
JAS. GILCHIItST. who wvas E~x'or o
JOllN GILCHRItST, Deceased.
March 14, 5t -8
B Y order of the Ordinary of Edgefield Dis
trict, I will proceed to sell at the tesi
dence of Mrs. Ann II ill, on Mondauy 26th inst.
all the Ipersonal estdre of WVhitionn*R. Hill
deceased, coinsisting of
TH iRTEEN LHKELY NEGROES.
Horses, Cattle,n large stock of Hogs, Corr
Bacon, twelve bales or Cotton, P.lantatio
Tools. Household Fnrtniture, &c.
WVill also be sold lPrinen, the Miller. Bhack
smith's Took. a large number of flour hiurrek
TEans-Will be liberal, with ite.rest ana
T. S. DANI EL. Adm'r.
March 3d, 1849.
WILL be elTuered at the same timne, if ns
Vpriyatelyv sold, the
formely occupied by Maj. Thios. S. Nichols, I
which is niow added the well know Merchn:u
Mills, heretofore owned by H-. II. 11ll, coil
taing in all some 550 acres, located on Wil
son's Creek, atid,immediately upon the Colutr
bia &, Greenville Rail Road.
TERMs,-One to four years credits with int
est and three good securities.
T. S. D.
March 3, 5t3
T- HIE Copartnership heretofore existin
.Lur.der the name and style of GooD
S.r.IVAN, this day closes by limita thor
The business wvill be cootinmted by S. I'
Goode alone. The business of the cor
cern must he brought to a speedy close, an
we earnestly request all persous indebte
to call and settle immediately. All thin
indebied to us previous to the 1st of Jant
ry 1848, need not. ask indolgence-til
money we must have.
J. B. SULLIVAN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Thomas L. Garrett, .9Srrhifoni
Harriet Garrett. Partilidn.
Y virtue of an Order lrotn John Hilli
Esq. Ordin.ary ofEdgefieldDistfict,
I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the dArst Monday In April
next, the land belonging to tb estate of
William Ga'rrett, late of the State or Geor.
gia, deceated, sitnated in the .Town df
Hnnburg. in the District and State afore
said. known in the plan of said town as loi
No 55, having 45 feet feet front on Market
Street, and b'ounded North by lot No 65A
South by Market Street; I-st by Coving.
ton Street and West by lot No 66, will be
sold on I credit until the first of Jaduary
next, l850.) .
The purchaser will be required to give
bone nnd two approved securities, and a
mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary,
to secure the purchase noney. Cost to
he paid in cash.
. C11RISTIE, s. t. D.
March 14 .dt 8
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
to cias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgeield Court House, on the
first Monday and Tuesday following in
April ne.vt, the following property, in
the followig ease, vii:
Robert Jennings and Samuel Cartledge
vs J. V. Cariledge and W. J. Cariledge,
the intrest of J. V. Cartledge in the tract
of land where his Mother lives, containing
two hundred and thir y acres, moreor 1ds,
adjOining lands of R. Jennings, Wiley
Harrison and others.
S. CHRISTIE, s. D.
. 11arch 14 3t -
STATE OF SOUTH CAR0LIN
Bdti &. Walker,
'ts. . octobie.
NOTICE is hereby giied,.ihat byvii
tu of an order frot thle Colurt of
Equity in this case, I shallsell at Edgefield
Court House on the first Monday-..in
April next, jhe _ollowin:lnd ViiZ
Oiltract of land, siualed'tiii th*e Dis
trict and State aforesaid, iM Deich- Fldfd,
containing nine-bondred and"eighteen acres
more or less.- bounded North by Smith &
Cfark's land, West by Casper Nail'saud
S. Clark's land, S6uth by' Johh Sterge,
negger, and East by Lands of Jobh Clarki
and T. H'ankinson'
Also, one other traef of land,'sittiated id '
Beach Isladd, ih the District'dna ''Si4
aforesaid, 'cotaidiug Itwo hundrid-ad
flfty-one acres, more or less, 'bounded
North bV i6nde of Mrs. Everit. an'S.
Claike- West by 'Samuel ClaikinEa._ t
T. B. Smith's labd; a'iu Souih-5f
IN ORDINARY'. ''"
Y-.3OIN HILL, Na Oittary
JEdgeleld Distrial .
Whereas W. C. Mforaghes hath appled
to me for letteis af admoinisWi-on, oh alt
and singular the gdad and thattle's,rh~tI.
and credits of Cavendah -Wtlliams late of
the 1)istriet aforesaid. deeael.
These ar-e, therefor.e, to cite andi admoa
'ish all and singular, the kiadred and cr'edi
tdrs of the said deceased, lo be and apgeaf'*
before and, sli dur bext ordiinarfi Court
for the said Disttidt, to be holden at Edg;e.
field Court House on the twenlt3:.Si* daly of
March inst.4 to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
Given.uhbder tmy hand and seal, this 12tig -
day of March, in the year of our Lord
ono thousand'eight hundred and for:y
fnine, and in the sevenity-tihird year or
American Independence. A
r JOHN HILL, o. s. A .
r Match, 14 1849, 2t8
'Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant; d
,~negro man, who says his nameis JAR -
RE&TT, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjaisni
Rice, living withia four miles 6f tJnion Court --
Housd. Said fellow says he is a blaeksmithj
and has a very large scar on his left saim, just
below his elbbw, caused by a barn; lie also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, ont the lower part'of the 'left cheek.
He is about five feet six and half inches high, -
between 25 and 28 years of age and lighld
The owner is requested to come forward. -
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt w.jth as the la -
directs. A. H. BURT, :. E. D.
March 13,.1849 tf S --
NDG5FIELD C. H. Feb. 12, 1849.
t IA PT WIL LIA MS5GISHAMIhav4
:~ing been appiointed and commission-.
ed Aid-de-Camp to Majo'r den. flonham,
with 'the rank of Major, will be obeyed
and respected necordinghf'.
By order of Matj. Gen. HonnAat.'
JAMES L. ORR.
Div. Adj- Genl.
March 7 St
Afew Novels, heap editios, written bp
Bulwer, Jatnes, and other Authors.
Also, a lot of N1'ote Paper, and Envelopes3
dPerfuuiery, Settling Wax,'Motto Seal, &c.
A few do:ens Colic Mixture and: Dlaily's
0Carmiatite, a valua ble medicine for,itnfants.
Calcinle Miagnesia, &c,&c., forsalo cheap~
fut cash or credit.
JOHN D. CHASE.
Feb. 21 tf