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WASH i xerox. M min 5, ltiGo.
. SKXATK.-Mr. Wilson introduced a joint
resolu'ion fm* the representation in Congrus*
of Sutes luely in rebellion. ' It provides thut
they shall be eutitled to representation upon
their adaption of laws repealing all distinc
tims in civil fights on account of color, and
conferring the tight of suffrage upon all col
ored men who have served iu the army, who
can read the Constitution, and who pay a tax
on real or personal property. Referred to
the Committee on Reconstruction.
The pending constitutional amendment on
tlie subject of representation waa discussed.
Housx.-Mr. Bingham, from the Commit
tee on Reconstruction, reported the following
joint resolution :
.' Whereas, the people, of Tennessee have
made known lo Congress their desire that
the constitutional relations heretofore existing
between them and the United States may be
fully established, and did, on the 221 Febru
ary, 18G5, by a large popular vote, adopt and
ratify a Constitution of Government, repul
licau ia form, and not inconsistent with the
Constitution and laws of the United States,
and a State Government has been organized
under the provisions thereof, which said pro
vidions and the laws passed in pursuance
thereof proclaim and denote loyalty to the
Union ; and whereas, the people of Tennes
see are found in a condition to exercise th"
functions ot a State within the Union, and
can only exercise the same by the consent ol
th? law-making power of :ho Uuited States;
" "The State of Tennessee i? hereby declaren
to bo one of the Uuited Statos of America,
on an equal footing with the other States.
? upon tho express condition that the people ot
Teuuessee will maintain and enforce, in good
faith, their existing Constitution and laws,
excluding those who have been engaged in
rebellion against the United States from the
exercise of the elective franchise for the re
spective periods of time Herein provided for,
and shall exclude the sam* persons, for the
like respective periods of time, from eligibili
ty to office, anl the State of Tennessee shall
never assume or pay any debt or oblig ition
coutracted or incurred in aid of the late re
hellion, nor shall said State ever in any man
ner claim trom thc Uoitel States, or make
any allowauce or compensation for slaves
emancipated or liberated, in any way what
ever, which conditions shall be ratified by
the Legislature of Tennessee, or the people
thereof, as the Legislature may direct, before
thi3 act shall take effect."
Notice was given that this resolution will
soon be called up for consideration.
Messi'3. Washburne and Bauteile (Repub
licans,) and Mr. Rogers (Democrat,) dissent
ed from the views of tie majority of the
tho policy adopted by tlie Reconstruction
Committee as to all the h.te. insurrectionary
Mr. Rogers submitted a minority report
from the Reconstruction Committee, provi
ding for the admission of Tennessee Repre
sentatives on taking the oath required by the
The Speaker lajd before the House a mes
ange from the Governor cf North Carolina,
inclosing the resolutions ot" that State accep
ting thc apportionment of public Tands for ag
Mr. Stevens ol jected to tiie reception of the
paper, saying it was perfectly well known
that North Carolina was not recognized as a
The l?o.ise, Ly a vole of 100 against SJ,
refused to receive it.
u'Asin.vfiTON', March S, lSt'O.
In the Senate to-day resolutions were
offered declaring that to Congress and not to
the Executive belongs the power of ro-eslab
lishing civil Government in the lately seceded
In the House, pending thc discussion of
. the Constitutional Amendment, Mr. Boutelic,
from the Select Committee ort Reconstruction,
made a report signed by himself and by Mr.
"Washburne, of Illinois, stating that East
Tt-nnossee is loyal, bur, that Middle and Wett
Tennessee is disloyal, and, proposing as an
additional conditiou to the admission of the
Slate, that the right of suffrage should be
conferred on ali persons without distinction
of race ur color.
Tho Lill deelatitiir all black pt-rsons to be
citizens, and conferring on them equal rights
and immunities together with power for their
protection, WM debated.
From the Washington correspondence of
the Charleston Courier, dated the 5tb, wc
cxtmct the fqllowing:
Senator Garrett Davis' speech in Coii?rcss
yesterday hints the possible policy of the
President in case the present rump Congress
refuses to admit the legally elected Represen
tatives of tho South. If thc Southern mem
bers should meet in Washington and i? union
with the Democratic and Conservative Re
publican members from the North, organize
as the legitimate Congress, it is optional with
the President, says Mr. Davis, w'iich he will
recognize as the real Congress. Probablv,
this?dea is thrown out as a feeler. I have
no doubt, though, that Andrew Johusor. will
Lave the pluck to carry it through, if thc
country remains much longer in thc preseut
disorganized condition. Of cuurse, the meas
ure would lead to revolution and bloodshed
at the North, but it begius to look as if the
Union can be fully restored only by another
civil war. The whirling of time hath its
revenges. Is it really impossible that within
the next few years, Southern regiments, fi^ht
ing for the President and his Union policy,
may be tumbling shells into the Radical
camp in Boston?
It is customary with the Radicals to sneer
at the apprehensions of assassination .ex
pressed by the President in his late speech,
but it would seem that his fears are not al
together visionary. He must have received
Borne privato intimations or he would not
have made a charge so grave on Su nner and
Slavens with so much directness. Yesterday
a man named Madden was arrested and taken
before Justice Lewirth, of the Jefferson har
ket Court, and on his person were found let
ters in which he proclaimed that he had been
invested by a Heavenly mission to assassinate
President Johnson. "His late message,"
writes thc prisoner, u v.-aa displeasing to Geo.
Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Andrew
Johnson would'be a Caemar, but! am a Bru
tus." Of course the assassin is. insane, but
what has driven his crazy thoughts into this
channel, bat the ravinga of such men as
Wade, who talks ?f beheading the President,
and bf Phillips, who speaks uf him as "an
obstacle to be removed."
tS^ General Butler's refus tl to attend the re
ception "of General Grant's bas given, riso toa
variety of comments ; tho Philatfolphia Age closes
its article on-the subject with'the very unkind re
mark (itnaics'an?f??l)"': "It s'arod Mrs. Grant tho
anxiety of watchingJter.plato wbilo the Imp'was
-The following resolutions were'-offered for
adoption by Mr. Gordon, iu the Ohio House .
of Representatives, on Saturday last : 5
Resolved by the General- Assembly of the
State of Ohio, That' we request His Excel
lency Andrew Johnson, President of the Uni
ted States, and Congress, to negotiate a
treaty with Presideut Juarez, of tho Republic
of Mexico," by which'the Republican Govern
ment ot Mexico will cede to the coloredpop
ulation of the United States lana enough on
which to settle in Mexico.
Resolved, That so soon as the treaty is per
fected, the Government of the United States
take'immediate steps to remove and protect
in their new hemes, the colony, which shall
consist of the e -.tire colored population of the
JAMES T- BACON, ED?TOB.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 14, lljQC.
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Tho test Ltger that ever passed down throat
human or d vine-is to be found just now at the
Saloon of the Messrs. COVAH. We thank theso
gentlemen ' for tho liberal specbuan sent to the
Advertlicr Corps. ">"%
And in liko manner wo thank A. STEVENS, of
Augusta, for a bux of ravishing Segars. Wo all
see him in our-dreuuis ; anp ho appear? with
winjrs. and a halo round his brow.
A Bijou ol* a Pipe.
Aud to Mr. G. K. MEYER, of Segar and To
b.tcco "fame, Ml Broad St., Augusta, we maka our
courtliest bow for that beautiful und curious pipo.
They s?.y it mere look at his collection of such
things is worth a trip to Augusta. "We rise up
and call him blessed.
Model. Business Men.
It gives us great to diront the attention of our
roaders to tho advertisement, in this week's Ad
rtrtutr, of Messrs. SMITH <t JoxEa, Proprietors of
; ho popular Edgefield Carriage Manufactory.
Those gentlemen ure so well known throughout
Edgefield, that it teems to us -ilmoat unnecessary
to s.ty more than : Lock at their Card. Bat as
tho war is ended, aud they havo taken a froth
?tart, we beg lcavo to remind our readers of the
system, the understanding, the promptness, Ibe
reliability, which rendcrod this firm so useful and
popular in former days.
Continuation of the^ Session.
The Court of Common Pleas for Edgefield
District, which sat on Monday, the 5th inst, con
tinuos in session. Judge Dawkins has evinced
great energy in prossing taconohmon all business
which, under existing circumstances, could be
concluded. This business, we believe, has been
altogether such as belonged to the Sessions Docket.
We are under tho impr?s?ion thattho Issue Docket
has-not been touchod. Tho two most important
cases disposed of so far, ?rc the State against
Padgett for tho killing t?f Boulware, and the same
against Green for tho killing of Barteo. Padgett
was acquittod. Green was found guilty of man
slaughter. It is thought tho Court will adjourn
Judge Dawkins, and Mr. Youmans, Solicitor of
tho Strathern Circuit, (not Wostern,) will repair
next to Barnwell, where Court will sit on Monday,
m*E , H|n HftnirTi ? Jarlrn ""ti^'f fcfrttsrtfetfj
most a stranger inEdgcficld, is no lonaer BO ; our
people, with ono accord, pronounce him, for his
eminent ability, great ; and for his calmness,
moderation, patience and courtesy, good. Mr.
Youmans, likewise almost a strangor hitherto,
also leavos bebind him troops nf friends. This
gentleman's speech in the Padgett case, distin
guished by fore?, clearness and solidity, scaled
and etampod bim ot once as a man of uncommon
mind and ability. Tho prosont Ceurt, if wo mi
t:ikenot, is tho first he!d?at this placo since the
f.,11 of 18G1.
Mr. J. Itt. Witt's Advertisement.
As will bc seen, by. reference to another cu??mn,
Mr. WITT has lately received .1 large number of
Burial Cases and Ca-kets." Mr. WITT has han
dod us a pamphlet containing numorous very sat
isfactory and conclusivo attestations of thc groat
superiority bf theso Fisk's Patent Metallic Burial
Cuses and Caskets.
An Excellent Pen.
Messrs. R. ESTEHBHOOK k Co., New York, havo
our thanks fur a fow of their superior Stool Pens
-of as fine finish and good point as any wo over
used. Wo recommend* them to ovcrybody, and
hope our merchants will very soon lay in a sup
ply of the Easterbrook Pen. They are good and
no mistake, and are certain to give satisfaction
whenever tested. See advertisement on* another
column, and send on your orders.
lt mi ed y for Small Pox.
A gentleman of veracity, ono who hus hnd
Small Pux in hrs family, and in his neighborhood,
has pbcel in our possession for publication the
following reoipo for tho euro of Small Pox, which,
ha assuros, us has boon successfully used in seve
ral cases that hive come under his observation:
Make a tea from the common elder root bark;
and also a tea from tho sassafras burk-let thom
cool, ard pour equal quantities into a jug, to a
gallon of.which, add from one quart to three pints
good whiskey. Drink froqucntiy, but not more
than a small wine-glass full at one time.
?S^ReY. Alexander Campbell, tho leader in
thc reform in tho Baptist Church, popularly
known as " Campbell ism," died in Kentucky re
Robbery of the Southern Express.
Lust Friday night, the wagonn of tho Southorn
Express Company, (says tho Con*t\tutionali$f, 7th
iu.'t.,) while on their way from Blackville to John
son's Turnout, wore attacked by a party of white
men at White Poud. The robbers stole four
mules belonging to Mr. II. C. Moseley, and rifled
thc contents of tho wagons. Tho extent of tho
loss sustained by the Company wo have not learn
ed, but we arc happy to state that tbo.mulcs have
been recovered, one of the robbers arrested and
Thc University Appointment Again.
lu speaking hcrctoforo of the appointment of
a beneficiary from o-icb District to ibo University
of tho South Carolina, and naming the 13th of
the present month as tho day upon which appli
cants from Edgefield should have prosentod them
selves before our delegation for examination, we
mado, inadvertently of courso, a serious mistake.
No mistake as to tho appoiutment ; but only in
naming tho 13tb March. Since our last issue, we
hare conversed upon IMB subject whh threo of
tho Edgefield delegation, Hun. G. D. TILLMAN,
LUKE CULDREATII, Esq. and Gen. M. C. BUTLKP,
and thoy request us to nuke known tint.tbo dele
gation will receive applications for this appoint
mont on Salo-day in April-at Edg<field Court
IIouso. They do not ?pcalc of any examination.
Thc announcement wo havo to make is simply
that they will receive applications on that day.
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. We call thcaitontion of planter? to Rhodes?
Superphosphate of Lime,advertised ia our paper.
This manure previous to the war was thoroughly
tried and approved of by the mast experienced '
Sott'on ptarrters in this-State, Georgia, Alabama c<
Mississippi- and L'ousian?; Every c?ro has bien :
taken tV keep' upr its 'standard as'fo/iaerly. ^?t 'Si
(rill be aeon; ^t^t?'jfi'??t'?Ui' "n?dr ?f^?lan?era/'/fe u
*f?rit?*AKw^7&b tyWf?? ao'itcrop *.
?sra?r)?'?!WM??'''r* * ju
Manufactures in the South* A
In this Issue of tho Advertiter will be'found
i? admirable Utter ef Gov. Onn to the German
ocioty of the city of New York.
In thia letter Gov. Onn says what is profoundly. !
.uc ; that the need in South Carolina ls not so
mell for agricultural labor, **a$ for mythical
nd manufacturing labor. It is a. mc-.t wonder-',
ul fact-as3 avery deplorablo one, as we bitterly
ealitcd during tba. war-that the South never
aanufacturad even its own principal staple. Geor
as, and South Carolina both did something, b?
bre the war, and evan during it, in the way of
nanufacturing coarse cotton cloths; but th?
[uaatity of cotton used in ihr?, BS compared with
ho product of Iheso Statbs, was ridiculously
?mall. Within the Inst twentyycars, large amounts
)t' money have been raised, and tremendous efforts
nade, to establish factories at or near Charleston
ind Columbia. Tho building? were erected, and
jperatives even imported from New England ;
but at noithor of those pinces could the experi
ment be raado anything approaching a success.
And Sherman's army swept away the last vosti-je
of tho Saluda Cotton Factory in its march acrots
South Carolina. The most important success in
the manufacturo of cotton in South Carolina, has,
as is well known, boen achieved atGraoitovillein
our own District.
In the great planting Stiles of the Gulf, thero
never wai any manufacturing worthy of mention.
Every body in the South knows the astonishing
story of th? planter near the Savannah River,
who hauled his cotton by team from his plantation
to tho river, down which it was sent to Savannah
on a boat, froth which place, in time, it was sent
by steamship to New York, whence it was trans
ported by railroad to some town in tho interior
of New England, whon it was manufactur? into
cloth; aftor which it was returned Vy railroad to
Now York, shipped back ?gain to Savannah, car
ried up the river, and then hauled by team to tho
plantation from whence it originally came, where
it was finally usei1. as shirting for the negroes.
So far as the machinery required for manufac
turing was concerned, the South could Eave pro
curod it with equal abuudanee and faoility with
any other part of the country. So fir as water
power was required, noarly every Southern State
furnished it in superabundance. Capital also, on
more than ene occasion in tho past, exhibited its
willingness to migrate to the South to tho full ex
tent it could be employed in tho manufacturing
line. Thc one thing wanting to mako a success
out of manufacturing waB tSe proper kind of labor'
Negro slave lt.bor was unadapted to the processes
and oporation* of manufacturing-as it still is;
aad the working classes among the whites of the
South .never would engage steadily in labors of
this kind. ' It was found, so far as tried, that
Northam operativos-or even Germans and other
forciguers-could not be induced to come in any
numbers to the South ; aud if they came, it was
found that they could not be retained. We wcro
-it is no use to disguise the fact now--tenacious,
as a peoplo, of our peculiar institution ; and we
looked upon all strangers comingioto our country
with suspicion and distrust. We suspected them
of radicalism and abolitionism, and held, them
under a ?urvs"llance which rendered their time
among us anything but pleasant. And we were
a rich people and a haughty people; too rich to
feel the want of entorprlso which our very wealth
engendered, and too haughty to^wnnt among us
ether laborerx th;.n our slaves, lt was mainly in
CDnsequence of the impossibility ?f obtaining in
telligent and skilled labor, that the Slave States,
each and all, always failed in thoir attempts to
establish manufacturing upon a respectable footing.
It looks now as if this condition of affairs would
in a short timo bo changed. Wo hear from almost
every Southern State of tho large influx of North
ern peoplo, of Germans, of Swedes, of Poles, as
settlers. And certainly if our people have due
aad laudable aspiration fer the wealth, prosperity
and national standing of tho South, thoy will not
only receivo the: e strangers with porfeot courtesy
and treat them (dways with perfoot fairness, but
also strongly encourago their coming among us,
nr .1-._ t? '" -ii - - r . ' ^"- .."Will
probably sneer at us for thus openly advising
that Northern men bo roocived among us-with
perftrt ciiurtety ; but all such mus? romcmber that
the past is irr?elaimably behind us, and the future
unavoidably before us.
Thcso strangors bring with thom into the
South thc ingenuity, tho skill, tho industrious
habits, and the genoral ihtelligenoo of vroll-raisod
and regularly educated workmen and operativ.es.
Thus thc South will very speedily have a large
population, accustomed to all tho operations of all
branches of manufacturing. Thus, and through
this moans, will'assuredly bo established here
thoso lines of industry, which have heretofore
always failed because of tho deficiency of proper
labor. The development iu this direction, so de
voutly to bo wished, has already begun ; and tho
true policy of the Southern people is to give all
and every encouragement to honest white labor'
lat it como .'rom thoir own midst or from abroad'
By so doing we build up our country again, and
ad vaneo our interest in overy way.
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From the North Eastern Corner.
From far-off Bennettsville, the county seat of
Marlborough District, by which flows the Great
Pcodeo, comes to us a new and promising paper
7Vie Eailern So. Ca. Journal. Its proprietor is
W. F. E. HBXDHRSOX, Esq. Its oditor, P. P.
To wyn BHD, Esq.; his salutatory is both wise aud
elegant. Terms-?100 per annum. Although
the editor begs that tho first number of .the
Bittern So. Ca. Journal may not be considered
ivs a fair spocimea of what the paper will be when
iurther and fu'uro arrangements shall have been
iierfccted, yet wo must beg loave'to pronounce it
?.'ready an ornament to Bennetsvillc, to Murlbo
rougb; to South Carolina. It has our sincerest
wishes for its profit, prosperity and usefulness.
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Turned lip Again. . .*?
The Rev. Dr. Fronch has turned up again.
? ion. Smith, Asst. Cotn'r.,Bureau Refugees, Freed
men and Abandoned Lands, under dateof Charles
ton, F?h. 7, has issued tho following order:
Chaplin M'ins?old French is hereby announced
is Supervisor of Missions and Marriage Relations
?f Freedmen in this Stato, and will be obeyed
md respected accordingly.
By order of Brigadier-General R. It. Scott,
??5" Colonol Wm. P. Thomson, Commissioner
tf tho Freedmen's Bureau, Louisville, Kontucky,
las boen indicted by tho grand jury for obstructi
ng tho course of public justi e. Ills whole
:ourso has been marked by fanaticism amounting
tlmost to insanity.
General Joseph E. Johnston arrived in
iVusbinglon on the Sth to testify before tho Re
^if-Tbo trial of Mr. Biggera Mobley, of Chea
cr, for an assault and I tory upon ono of his
Vcedwomon, with intont to kill, has resulted in a
rerdict of Guilty. lie has been sentenced te throe
rears imprisonment in the Albany Penitentiary
md to pay a Ono of ono thousand dollars. Dis
luunrel has taken an appeal, and in pursuance
horsof tho parties are now in Charleston.
^SBr-They aro having lively timos in the Leg
slature of Tennessoe. Thero is a radical majori
y, and the minority, ns a last rca>rt, are resign
ng in order to destroy a quorum and defeat the
nfamous franchise bill. Fiftoen members bad
esigned up to Monday night, and no quorum
ou!u be had. Tho radicals aro advocating tho
loctrina that the remaining members constitute a
uoram, and they will probably go to work en
83sP Tho Atlanta Intelligencer, of tho 25th,
ays: Mrs. Davis, wifo of cx-Prosidcnt Jefferson
iavis, reached this city on Saturday night, and
?ft on Sunday morning's train for Macon, whither
lie goos a? tho guest of Gen. Howoll Cobb for a
hort time. She was accompanied by one child,
e other two being at this time in Canada. We
ro pleased to learn that this excellent lady is in
ood health; though much grieved at the painful
>nii'ioment.of her husband.
?g?r>71i'o Il'-r.aU ?jays;-tho.'groat.purpose; of ?
?oret?1?y"SeWard''s ??cciflYeat India' trip, wits to. .
?rangn'a ??kv?l iUbi-?h Sa tb* Vfestittetia Islands, .
id ihaifc?^^ j
New Augusta Advertisements.
ARMS AND LEOS.
In another column will be found tao advert??
meat of Mr. O. B, 'HOOGHOW, Artificial Lia
Makor, Augusta, Qa. As seeingis believing, tbei
need bo'very few words expendod in setting fori
Mr. HOGOSOH'B merits and capabilities. A vet
distinguished and widely-known officer-a res
dent of ?urtowc-GeuTM^ C. EUTLKK-has vet
lately got an artificial leg from Mr. Hoooso.x, ar
ii delighted with it. Oenl. B. walks, hy aid
this new leg, with almost absolute ease and natl
ralncss. Anti as to dancing, w? suw him, om
last evening, dance.ahnost continuously for foi
hours; and Dot only. Quadrilles, hut Polkas, Mi
curkas and Galops. And another bravo officer
Edgcfteld gives evidence cs to Mr. Hoctcsox
very high merit, Capt. T. W GKTZKX. See Gen
BUTLER or Capt. GETZEX walk, and you will 1
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
Tablo Cutlery and Platod Ware. All, of tl
finest kind, to be had of LATHROP, MUSTIX i Cc
No. 271 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. The men
bers of this firm are all Southern men-good i
poor humans ever get to be, and truo a9 stet
They have as olegant, stylish and durable an a
sortaient of articles in their line, a? ever croast
the Atlantic, and os cheap an assortment, too, i
cvor crossed' that ss me ocean. We earnest:
hope the paoplo of ourtown and district will roi
their card, remember their whereabouts, and r
puir to them often.with plothoric pockets.
THE DEAREST SPOT OE EARTH.
The dearest spot of earth to us is A. STEVENS'
a little below the Planter's Hotel, Augusta, G
The dearost spot ought, wo know, to be "Ii on
Sweet Hdtno;" but it L'nt. SrsvKSs's is tl
sweej spot wo idolize. Just read his adveitis
ment in another oblumn-just run your oye ov
his list ol delightful things-and we know yt
will not blame ns. And when you find out ho
fair and honest and gonerons and large-hoarU
STEVKXS is, you will blamo us still less. Go
that spot, and try. that man ; and you will 1
constrained to say we aro a fellow of taste ai
PLUMB A LEITNER,
212 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. One of tho
brilliant looking places, whero ono secs huj
glass-globes, red and blue and green and yello
in tho window; and toilet articles of fairy lil
beauty; and ravishing Bohemian Glass om
monts ; and whence, as one passes, float out up<
the air, odora of Night-Blooming Coreus ai
Egyptian Lotus. Or at least that is our idea
the placo. We J500W for certain, however, th
at the famous Drug Store of PLUMD & LEITXI
may bo found the most superb and faultless stet
of Medicines, Chemicals, Drugs, Perfumery, At
-but the list is too long, and tho inducemon
are too numerous. Their card, elsewhere, wi
toll the tale better,
HARDWARE, GUNS, PISTOLS, 4c, ?
We invite speoial attention to the anncunci
ment to-day of Mr. D. D. COUEK, NO. 218 Bros
St., Augusto, Ga. He has on hand one of tl
largest and best assortod stocks of Hardware I
be found in the country. That this gentloma
served gallontly throughout thc war in a Sout
Carolina Cavalry Bogimentis sufficient guaranU
that he will always do the fair and handson:
thiDg by his customers; and is a fuc? whic
- should ontitle him to tho remembrance and pa
roDage of Edgefleld people.
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?SF General Howard has issued a circularle
ter to the Assistant Commissioners of the Frece
men's Baroau, giving instructions for dealin
with tne quostioji of matrimony among the free
people. They .ara'to.consult the State laws wit
' regard to tho marriage ar/d divoco of white pei
(ons, and e^Wdy thom for thc benefit of th
* *^|."IT~*T ? rY.^P^5"1 WrBWnrtn ? ?aw?siByTK
dosiriog thom to fr&mo such a system of marring
rales aa would bo approved by tho State author:
ties, with the formal approval of the Governo
on the subject appended.
?Sf Six tons of fish were caught at one bau
of the seine, en the North Carolina coast, a foi
?S3T- Tho Gainesville (Florida) Era, make
mention of the fast filling up of that State wit!
immigrants from all parts of tho world. It'bid
them welcome, and assures them of the kind re
coption they will receive from the people.
?57* The Chicago Republican has a telogrou
from Cincinnati, stating that a private despatch
which is entirely reliable, from Washington, hat
boen received tborc, stating tnat Mr. Stuntoi
would soon resign. Gen. Stoudman had accept?e
f?tT" A Connecticut Yankee is in Washington
with a patent labor-saving cuu3titutionul nniond
ment machine, for tho usc of members of Con
gress, warranted to turn out 1,800 amondmenti
per hour. He will make a fortuno.
?&* The Mexican "Times," of the twenty
seventh of January, says that fresh ferilgn troope
are daily arriving in Mexico.
p?9- We learn that G on. W. T. Bennett, who
some time ago tendered hie resignation to thc
War Department, ha?, nt bin own request, been
rolievod of the command af the post at Charles
ton. Maj. Gen. Devons will remain in command
of tba Military District, and for~tho present as
sume direct command of tho pott.
_^ST Gold in Now York OL the 8th, was quoted
???T John BOBJ bas had an interview with tho
President, with tho view, it is said, of securing
his recognition by the Government as Chief of
figf The Express states that B. P. Butler has
paid to Smith Bros., of New Orleans the $80,000
in gold which they allcercd he abstractod from
their vaults, togotber with interest, all costs and
sheriffs charges, making un aggregate of over
Jf3!r The writ of hobons corpus has boon sus
pended in Ireland, by Royal assent. Many ar
rests have been- made.
^23- Here ia tho pithlost sermon over preached .'
" Our ingross iu life is naked and b*ro ; ourpre
jrrcss through lifo ls trouble and caro ; our egress
out of it wo know not whero ; but doing well
herc, wo th a ll do well there; I could not tell
more by preaching a yoar."
??}~ lu the North Carolina Legislature the
hill relative to negroes, mulattoes and persons of
odor and mixed blood, known as thc Negro bill,
was voted down in thc Senate by a volo of twenty
two to eighteen, but thc vote waa reconsidered,
and tho bill was passed by a voto of twonty-fivo
^ST* Tho Texas StatB Convention numbers
some twenty-five delegates who ur? extreme Radi
cal, negro buffrugo, ultra-proicriptivo mou, out
heroding Sumner and Stanton.
Jt33~ The Charleston Courier says that $125,000
have boen subsoribed in that city for the purpose
of securing white laborers for South Carolina. ?
letter has been received from a.gentleman of in
fluence in Germany who declares that he can
persuade thousands of the people of that country
HJSP It is rumored in Washington that Mr.
Bancroft is to bo tho next Socrotary of State.
^SST* A learned young lady astonished a com
pany by asking for the loan-of a "dimunitive,
argohtifferous truncated cono, convex on its sum
mit, and semiperforated with symmetrical inden
tations.".L-She wanted a thimble.
??<~ The Commissioner of Pensions has do- .
cided that persons who served in the rebel army 1
forfeited all rights to pensions and bounty land?, j
George A. Tronholm, late Secretary of
thc Tr?-?ury for the Confederate States, has prc
souled-to Bishop Davis, of South Carolina, the
handsome, p/pperty known.."as the. Or?ngeliurg..,
Seminary,- for the purposes uf. a theological S.emL, A
aaty. :-:!Sh?Rev*. J. ?. JJ an c kal and P. -TropjaRK
kW asnees*? ctXj frobwsf fiOOB?^vitbrt?ur?. ,
We notice in a Uto Irish paper the folio* in g
hilliary notice. And as Ibo venerable deceased
tat relatives, (worthy and esteemed citfrci?,) in
bis District, and also, in Augusta, Atlanta and
tmericus, Qa., we take .melancholy ploasure in
cpublishing .rt high a tributo to the memory of
i beloved an 1 aged father :
Dian at the old family residence nour Parsons
;OWT}-, Kings -Countv, IfjUnd. on 27th January,
ISO?, Mr. JO?IN STEPHENS, aged EijrBty-ono
rears; He .was burled, in tba Family burying
ground at Liumaugh Cemetery, on the :10th.
Ile was followed, tp: tho grave by all his old and
tried friends, his ?cns having all emigrated to tho
United States years ago. He is the last of bis
family hero. So do our old and most esteemed
families become extinct in this Island.
Ile was, in the language cf one of our best
" That noblost work of God
An Honest man."
We publish this for the information of any of
his sons who may bo yet alive, as they all 'lived in
the Southern Stator where tho late war commenced
Ex- ".'resident Davis.
FORTRESS MOXROE. February 27.-8I see
the Government naval steamer Conem&agb,
on the anniversary of Washington's birth
day, fired a gun for ali the States, North and
Scuth," remarked -Jell". Davis afterwards to
the officer ol tho day. "It is strange the
Administration,'' he continued, fi did not is
sue un order to ignore the States of the Con
federacy." These two remarks of the quon
dam august ruler of the Confederacy, though
of no special importance, show this much, at
least, that his once busy brain is still keenly
alert lo note passing events and make bis
comments upon them. Io bis further obser
vation:-, I understand he gave credit to Pres
ident Johnson for bis recognition of the late
rebellious States, of whom, from first to last,
ho has always spoken in terms of highest
praise. I am informed that since, be has been
most plainly, ouispoken in commendation of
the President^ Bureau bill. Quoting these
remarks of Jeff.* Davis, reminds mo to say
that the order issued some time since, forbid
ding officers ir; attendance on him to speak
to him or bim to them, has been rescinded.
Few men can be more pleasantly garrulous
than Mr. Davis, when he i.i in the mood for
it, and tbU renewal of a privilege and enjoy
ment of which he was only temporarily, and,
as many think, very stupidly debarred, is
greatly relished by him, as well as by the
officers of the fort, who never fall to find in
his conversation a moat substantial feast of
reason. It is noted, however, of late that he
makes no referonce to his trial. He talks of
politics, of the war, and rumors of war be
yond tbe aea, of affairs in South America, of
new books and new inventions, and gives racy
sketches of his nld Congressional days, inter
spersed with rich and rare reminiscences of
tho men and measures of thoae days. He runs
over, in fact, the whole catalogue of**conver
sational topics, and neither exhausts the sub
jects, nor himself. I have stated that he
talks only when in the mood. At times only
monosyllables can be extracted from bim.
His spirits and vivacity aTe gone. A mantle
of impenetrable gloom seems to overhang
him. No one essays to prolong those mono
sylables into sentences, to rouse those spirits,
to lift that overshadowing vestment of sorrow
ing despair. Why so gloomy he never tells,
whether concerns spiritual or temporal or
State move and sway him. His physical
health is good, and in the past few days of
balmy air and bright sunshine has shown
marked improvement. Meantime the search
ot vessels coming here is still kept up on the
look out for possible parties coming for his
rescue_Correspondence New York Herald.
SEIZURE0, OF PROPERTT UT GOVERKMKNT
AOEXTS.-"Wo havo been-informed by Gover
nor Perry, that, whilst in Washington, he had
a conversation with tho Hon. Hugh Mccul
loch, Secretary of the Treasury, in reference
to tho conduct of the Treasury Agents in
South Carolina. Mr. McCulloch assured
Governor Perry-that he had never authorized
any of his Treasury Agents in South Carolina
to tako from the possession of th? citizens,
horses, mules, saddles, bridles, er leather, or
i ao7thir.g, else, except cotton belonging to the
confederate State-i.' .He expreajo-Jh^cif M.
deeply mortified to bear that his Agents had
been running about over the country and an
noying the citizens by taking horses, mules,
saddles, bridles, wagons, &c., which had been
captured, or which had belonged to the Con
federate States or United States, and bona
fide in the possession of the people. He ead
given no such orders or instructions to any
of his Agents. He further expressed a de
termination to ferret out the frauds which
some of these Agents had perpetrated, and
bring them to justice. * -
We deem this information very important,
and hope our brethren of thc Press will give
it free circulation for the benefit of all con
cerned. It seems to us that every instance
of a violation of the rulos established by thc
Secretary of the Treasury, should be reported
to Headquarters. Our citizens should cer
tainly claim all the protection of the United
States authorities, and they will realize that
bey live under a Government both capable
and willing to shield them in the peaceable
enjoyments of their rights of person and
property. - Greenville Mountaineer.
10TH REGIMENT S. C. M.,
OAKLAND, S. C., Mar. 18th, 1866.
GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 1.
IALL FREE WHITE MEN, subject to Mili
? tia duty under the law of the Stato, and be
longing to this Regiment, arc ordcrod to cssem
ble at the meeting placos of the Companies to
which they belong, on Friday, tho 23d March,
IS66, and then and there to proceed to elect Com
pany and Field Of?aers, to fill all offices in the
Company and Regiment to which they belong.
II. Thc following named men ure ??pointed to
manage the election in each Beat, viz:
Fourth Beat-J. M. Denny and S. M. Smith.
Rinehcart Beat-John Gibson and F Rinoheart
Mino Creek Boat-James Watson and A. W
Watory Branch Boat-A. Ablos and S. Bouk
Jo Mays' Beat-R. C. Strother and M. W.Cole
Pino Grovo Boat-Wm. L. Stevens and James
Bryar Patch Beat-Conoly and P. Holloway.
Coopersville Beat-F. *\r. Cooper and Wm King
They will proceed to duty as ordered in Gene
ral Order No. 1, H'd'q'rs. 2d Brigade, S. C. M.,
and make their reports showing the result of the
Elections at tho Regimental Muster Ground
(Richardsons) on Saturday, the 24th March.
By command JAMES MITCHELL,
Colonel Com'd'g. 10th Reg't. S. C. M.
J. II. HUIET, Adjutant.
1 fifi BU8HELS BOYD'S PHOLIF
JLUU IC COTTON SEED,-a puro arti
cle-for salo choap.
V. A. HERLONG.
WILL stand the SPRING SEASON of 1866,
at Twenty-live Dollars the Season,-com
mencing tho 1st March and ending the 20th June.
Ile will bo at Edgefield C. H. on MONDAYS,
TUESDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, and at Dr.
John R.. Mobley's on FRIDAYS; SATURDAYS
and SUNDAYS. He will be on tho Road from
Edgefield to Dr. Mobley's on Thursdays. A Note
for tho $25 roust be given in every instance, and
ono dollar i.lso must bo paid the groom.
JAS. M. HARRISON,
Agent for THOS. G. BACON.
Mar 13 3m il
FOUND, noar this Villago, a short Hmo since,
a SADDLE,-which tho owner can harp by
proving property, and paying for this advertise
ment. . A. J. HUGHES.
. Final Settlement.
OTICE is heroby given that a final scttlemont
. on the Estate of Capt. NATHANIEL BUR
TON, den'd., will bo made in tho Ordinary's Office
>n Tuesday, tho 1st diiy of May next. All per
lons indebted to said Estate arc rcquostfld to act
io up imaiodiately ; and those having claims
igainst said Ee<:ato ans notified to present them
>y or boforo that dato, otherwise said elana's will
io barred. A. JONES, Ex'or.
Mar 12 7t* ll
?/L]L,thosp.jndpbtod .tb the Estate of J. J. L?- |
?~ NTER7 ' d>?'3', afo-'^gnCTted-'io- t?t???''?6i I
??d''rm:m?"d2alcly. The- nattd of'that Estate j
?vo-bcon ttmaeit?ic? t? aus by thc Administrator." j
Htasht S? if j
J. J. Lathrop, C. E. Muslin, fl, tt. Gibbon,
LATHROP, MUS?I.N & CG.
Importers and Jobbers
CHINA AND GLASSWARE^
Plated Ware, <fcc, .
JVO. 274 aBi-?aci 53taroo t
(AV. B. GniFFis's OLD STA.ND,)
Mar 13 lui "
D. D. COHEN,
No. 218 Broad Street,
IViioTesaic and Retail Dealer in
Carpenters' and Blacksmith's Tools,
GUNS, PISTOLS,- AMMUNITION,
Mill Irons and Rocks,
?fcc, ic, ?c..
All of which I am foiling os cheap, if not che?p
or, than any other Houso in thc city.
MarlS lm ll
The Standard Manure
THIS long established and successfully tried
Manure iu all thc Southern States for Cot
ton, Corn, ?c., for aseries of years beforo tho.
?rar, will be sold to Planters payable out of th-i
ocxt crop per acceptances on Factors. Price, on
time, $05,00 ; Cash $02,50 per Ton. It can be
ippiie? broadcast, in the hill or drill, or r.s a top
dressing. It can be procured as usual from
R. S. RHETT & SON,
125 East Lav, Charleston, S. C.
Mar 13 2t ll
State of South Carolina,
Tho S.tate of South Carolin:),] Bill to perpetuate
Et rclatione thc Solicitor testimony in the
of the Southern Circuit. ' matter of docum'is
J lost or destroyed.
ON haaring the Bill in this case, and on mo
tion of Leroy F. Youmans, Solicitor of the
Southern Circuit, It is Ordered, That all persons
interested in documents of any description, lost
or destroyed during tho recent war, tho proof of
?.hose existenco, loss and contents, or any of them,
rests iii tho roomory of witnesses, and who desire
to have evidenco taken and perpetuated in regard
thereto, have leave to come before the Court for
this purpose, by making written application un
der oath to the Commissioner.
Z. W. C?RWILE, C. E. E. D.
Mar 12, 1S6?. 2mll
Sf&te of South Carolina,
Ricb'd. T. Parks, \
vs I Bill to make title,
Wm. D. Jennings, \ Cancel Mort, Spec'f.
C. L. Blair, Perf., Ac.
W. L. Parks and others. J
?T appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen
dants,-W. D. Jennings and J. A. Bass, are ab
sont from and reside beyond the limits of this
State, On motion by Messrs. AMBY A WRIGHT,
Complainant's Solicitors, ordered tba? tb? suhl
Difundan ts do appear and plead, nnswor or demur,
to this bill within three months from thc publica
j ?k>a-lwr?ofj-orln deTAttllTtwreor/'jqagtnwtrt-wlH tra
rendored against them pro anfetso.
Z. Wi CAR WI LE, C.E.E.D.
March 5, I860 3m ll
State of South Carolina,
John Denny, Adm'or., Plaintiff, "J
Nancy llotton and other-, Def'ts. J
BY an Order from tho Ordinary, I thail pro
cecd to sell at Kdgeheld C. H.; on the fir.-;
tfonduvin April next, for Partition, the REAL
ESTATE of DAVID L. ROTTON, dee'd., vis :
TRACT NO. ONE, (tho Homestead,) lying and
being in thc District mid S'ato aforesaid; bound
ed by landa of Mrs. Unity Smith, Elijah Watson,
jr., M. McCarty, and other.', containing One Hun
drod and Twenty (120) Acres, more or less.
And TRACT NO. TWO, bounded by Lands cf ?
Jaoob Lagronc, M. McCarty, Mrs. U. Smith, and
?thers, containing One Hundred and Forty (1 JO)
Acres, mors or less.
TERMS.-Thc above Tract? of Land will bc
Hold on a credit until the first day of December
next, on which day possession will bo given.
Curchascr to give Bond with good securities, and
.i Mortgage to the Ordinary to secure tho pur
ehase money. Costs to bc paid in cash, at:d to
my for titles oxtra.
W. SPIRES, S. E. D.
State of South Carolina,
E. S. Kreps, Plaintiff, ]
Eltisy Kreps, L. L. Kreps and
other?, Defendants. J
BY un Order from thc Ordinary, I shall pro
reed to sell ot Edgeficld C. H., on tho first
?'iudiy in April next, for Partition, the REAL
ESTATE of ANDREW KREPS, dee'd., to wit:
A TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, lying
ind heiug in tho District and State aforesaid, on
. he waiora of Ilnrse'Creek, waters of Edisto Ri
vcr, bounding on lands of Levi Lybrand, L. P.
itutland, Wm. Crood, Daniol Lagrone and others,
containing Three Hundred and Sixty-three (303)
.Veres, more or less
TERMS.-The .above Tract of Land will be
-?old on a credit until the Srst day of January
next (1S67.) Purchaser to give bond and good
securities, und a Mortgage yf the premises ro'tbe
Ordinary, to secure the purobuso money. Costs
to be pail ia cash, and also to pay fol? titles cin
tra. W. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Mar 13 3t .11
State of South Carolina,
Silas Ovorstrcct, Plaintiff, ")
ve I Partition.
Nancy Gvorstroet and others, Def ts J
BY Virtuo of an Order from tho Ordinary, I
shall proceed to soil at Jdgefleld C. H., on
the first Monday in April next., for Partition, tho
REAL ESTATE of GEORGE-OVERSTKEET,
deceased, to wit :
A TRACT OR PARCEL OF -LAND, lying
and being in tho District md Stato aforesaid,
bounding on lands of Samuel Posey, A. B. Grice
and Samuel Overstrict and others, containing
Fifty (50) Acres, more or less.
TERMS.-Thc a'.iove Tract, of Land will bc
sold on a credit until the first day of January
next. Purchaser tu give Bond with good securi
ties, and a Mortgage to the Ordiuarj' to secure
the purchase.money. Costs to ba-paid in cash,
and to pay for titles extn.
W. SPIRES, S. E. D.
Mar 13,180?. 3t ll
State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, Franoes L C. Prescott has applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all ?iid
singular the goods and chattels, right? and cred
its of James II. Prescott, Ute of tho District
,Theso are, therefore, to cite'atfd admonish all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of tho said
decoasod, to bo and appear before mo, at our next
Ordinary'? Court for tho said District, to be holde*,
at Edgeficld Court Houso, on the 20th day o:
Murch .itist^, to show causo, if any, why tho
said administration should not bc granted.
Given undor my hand and seal, this 12th day o::'
March in year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-six, and in the 00th year of tho
Independence of thc United States of America.
W. F.-DURISOE, O.E.D'.
.Mar 13..r . .. _: ?t . . . --il
* HAND a ao-jply oi Itt, *eajd ? PfcNW
?.BAXX.S?,. ,Bfc?? SA?tfOLE ? COi
Ai-?...... TM ~S rZi ?5
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
rfljjltj? Subscriber han just received an assort
8.-' inert of tbese beautiful Rosewood finish
METALLIC BURIAL CASES and CASKETS
Air-tight and indestructible-?>r protecting and '
preserving thc Dead-which bc will sell at but a
mod?rate advance ou original cost and transporta
tion. Wherever intmducedtbosc Cases have the
preference over alt olbcrs.
Orders promptly filled. Terms, of .course,
striotly'Ca&..':>;' , JVM. WITT.
Edgefield, Mar 13 tf ll
V V Ifffe?D STATES "
STEEL PEN WORKS,
Factory, CAMDEN, N. J.
R, ESTERBROOK ? CO,
403 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
42 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
TMESE CELEBRATED PENS *nro of Gcnu
ino American Manufacture? and ; oomprisp; .
?very leading stylo in the Market, and aro equal--;
in finish, elasticity and fii.jncss of point to tho
best Imported. Tbcy are, therefore, sura to gain
tho confidence of. tho American public..
Samples and priccs on application..
Lots made to order, of any pattern or stamp re
For Sale to the Trade nt the Manufacturer's
Warehouse?, as abovo-j anti at retail by* all .Sta
tioners, Booksellers and ..News Dealers in the
.R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
. Marl3 Om ll
EDGEFTICLD, S. C.
TUE Subscribers respectfully annbur.ee thai
tbcy aro now prepared to'db all work in the
COACH MAKIN? and REPAIRING BUSI
NESS that inaj_.be; entrusted to tbcra, in a work
manlike mann**, un?.?.with neatness and dispatch.
Wc have on band a few CARRIAGES and su
perior BUGGIES, of our own maaufxeturo, which
we will sell low. , . .
All kinds of REPAIRING donepromptly and
warrantod to givo satisfaction.
. ^?-As wo sell ONLY FOR CASH, our prices
are unusually reasonable. AU wo ask is a trial.
SMITH & JONES.
Mar 7 ' tf. T_
Teague & Cainwile,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' & MASONIC HALL,
HAVE on hand, aud are constantly receiving,
all of tho mo3t approved' PATENT MEDI
CINES, C"iisistin2 in part oP- ' '.
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL;
WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY ;
Dr. Strickland's COUGH BALSAM :
" " '' Anti,Cholera MIXTURE;
? " ' Pl LE REMEDY;
WATSON'S NEURALGIA KING-un in
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
for children teething.
Hurlov'i Popular WORM CANDY,
Brown'i'Br'ouebial TROCHES ;
?lIILOTOKEi?, or FEMALE'S FRIEND ;
Whitcomb's Abtbma REMEDY.- .
Hoiubold's Fluid Extract BUCHU ; .
Consri:uti..n WATER ;
Hu.-band's Calcined MAGNESIA :
Brown's Essence if JAMAICA GIN'S ER ;
Sylv^stcr/i ' BENZINE.
For the Hair.
All of tho most popular preparations for the
Hair, such as
Wood's Hair RESTORATIVE;
Barry'* TRICO PIIEROUS;
Lion's KATHA IRON;
Jayne's Hair TONIC;
Burnott's COCOAINE ;'
BEARS OIL and POMATUMS.
A fine assortment of KEROSINE LAMPS, KER
OSINE OIL, and [n ff net everything kept in a
first class Dr..e; S-oro.iftll cf which will be sold at
tho lownst market prices.
Mar 5 tf 10
?GENTLEMAN, with several years experi
ence, and thoroughly competent, desires a
situation as Toarhcr in a good, neigbl orbood, or
as Preceptor in a pleasant family. He is will
qualified to teach thu Cl:i?sic?, as well as English
branch os. Best cf references given. Apply nt
Mar? ' ?t 10
For Old and 'Young
?HAVE on hRnd a large and choice variety of
SPECTACLES, including Patent Pereicopio
LENS and Kenuinc Scotch PEBBLES. Also,
EYE GLASSES, EYE PROTECTORS, Ac.
Give ma a call. I can suit your Eyes.
D. F. MCEWEN.
Oct 31 tf . 44 .
Stop that Dog.
STRAYED from the Subscri
ber near Dr. Dovorc'a mill,
whil?t hunting, urmut-th? 21st
Feb., a small bla?k HOUND
DOG, white in breast, hump
backed, curl tail, white spots on feet He will
answor to tho name of .Morgan.
A liberal reward, and mwty thanks will be giv
en unv one puttiug said .Dog ia my possession
again. B. F. MAYS.
Mar 7 ' '" 3t? ld
Cigars and Tobacco
,'ir THE vory best quality on hand by
JNO. R. CAR WILE & CO.
Jan 30 tf 5
TUE Subscriber having cbatfged Sfore-Rooms
with CH EAT HAM k BRO., has removed
his Stock.of Goods to said Store, three doors be
low M. Lcboscbult;:, and next door to Odd Fellows'
k Masonic Hall, where he* will be pleased to seo
his .old friends and customers.
S. H. MANGET.
Feb.. lt_if_. 7
Notice to Distillers.
BY" the recent Act of Legisla tore, person? dis
tilling Spirituous Liquors from grim, are re
quired to pay' ta the. Commissioners of Public
Buildings, a license of Two Hundred dollars for
each still so usod. __i
Persomfclnterostud will pienso com? forward and
pay thc same." The law wilt be enforced against
all who fail to do so. By order of the Board.
S. F. GOv/DE, Sec. and Treas. C. P. B.
Jan 24 tf i
Bacon ! Bacon !
TflE Subscriber has 1500 Lbs. Fine I? V.
CON for salo. . JOHN CHEATHAM.
Duntonsvillc, Mar 7 - St 10
Granite Mill StonesT"
FROM-(THE CLOUD'S CREEK QUARRIES,
EDGEFIELD-DISTRICT, "8. C.
A few Selits furnished at short notice.
. E. W. McLENNA,
treesville, S. C.
Mar: 7 -lt* ]()
ALL Persons*having demands agojntttbc Es
tate cf DANIEL JIAYIRD', doe'd., j,re re
quested to pay the same without delay ; and those
having clnimragninrt the said Esta!? will render
them lu. duly attested, otherwise said elaims will
be barred. ' - JOHN O. HAVIRD, Ad'or.
Mar 5 4t ]Q
LL pftmonrindebfed tb the Ettnte oT FELIX
.?E..B0DLE. dee'd., aro earnestly requested
to pake ittunfedittte 'paymon4, -And-those having
Jemand* tfgainst, jdid c6tato aro required to pre
sent ?xeja forthwita, properly ..attejsu-d according
AJUELAPLH, >... FC