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Saturday, Jim 18, 1 Hal.
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With a view of accommodating our Su
cribors who iir? at a distance, the following s,<
gentlemen are Authorized aud requested to '
act a* agents in receiving and forwarding Sub
oriptona to the Kzoweb Courikb. vie:
Maj. W. 8. Onr?i?am, at Went Union. .
Edward IIuuuks, Eeq., " Hor*o Shoo. *11
E. P. Vkbxku, jKsq., " Bachvlor's Kctrnai
M. F. Mitchkll, Esq.. " Pickcnsville. 1
.J. E. IIagood, " Twelve Mile. OC
T J. Wkbb. for Anile- ion District. gj
DISTRIliT MEETING;" sti
ot.a- t !-l-i i 1
wur CNUie legislature ims pnsscu vu
an act calling a Convention of the th
people; and ordered an election for en
Delegates to be held on the 2nd Mon- so
day in February next. The election Hi
District of Pendleton is entitled to w
send eight delegates, of vhom, we nc
r ?.!n I. ik
suppose, iour win oe eieciect irorn ?"
Anderson and four from Pickens Dis se
trict. And as it is very important to w
tiecure concert and harmony of ac- a
tion among our people, and to con- sc
centrate upon four candidates wbo P'
will be acceptable to the country fc
gent rally, as delegates to the said ai
convention from this part of the election
District, we deem it necessary
that a general meeting of the people ^
should be called to select and nomi- ^
nate such candidates, and to that
<nd, the people of th? District are
hereby invited to assemble at Pick- 111
ensC. H. on the third Monday of ^
this month, for the purpose of agree- ^
ingon some suitable persons, who ^
shall run, in connection with the four
nominated in Anderson District, as ^
ilp|pff;ilp<! tn until rnni'onlinn Wn
*~ ^ "Tm'V""T"" " " V ( (
hope every citizen will consider htm- g
self interested and attend the meeting, r
Pickens C. H., Jan. 8,1851.
The Fugitive Slave Law.? el
Mr. Julian, an abolition agitator and
tncmber of Congress from Indiana, l(
has endeavored to get the sense of ?
the House of Representatives upon ei
-.8 1 T.1 _ T U..* 1?
lira i cjirai ui v I lib X' ilgunc juavrt uui)
.as any chiid might have predicted, a
the House dodged the question, and
Mr- Julian was in n, measure disappointed,
for. though he could not per
Jv -Ji - A. .11*1
Kuuue in? majority 10 get uouiiy up c
and with machiavelian effrontery, r(
laugh in the face of its own solemn t(
promises, he had the satisfactiou to
.see it chuckle in its sleeves at the
primitive simplicity of those who expected
it to regard its plighted faith.
Mr. Julian is a poor weak creature, P
"whose brains, if he ever had anv, ^
have been addled, parlly by the wild
notions of his fanatical friend#, and a
partly by finding himself suddenly v
elevated to a seat .n the National
Legislature, and, by his late political
/(p, shows himself to be entirely ?n- 1
worthy the sagacious and far seeing
politicians, whose wisdom has directed
his party, and wiiose deep and 8
unfathomable dissimulation has con- 0
cealed a policy which has been si- a
lently weaving a wizard web around
the South, the bands of which, tho' as v
Hhin and invisible as the air we P
breathe, are as strong and as galling *
as iron. Of course, by these men, v
Mr. Julian will be denounced; for ^
the compromise having prevailed, ^
and a considerable portion of the
South expressed itself satisfied with
receiving the shadow of thing* not 1
seen, in exchange for the substance of
things seen* it is their policy now to 9
preach good faith.
In exchange for the blood and
treasimp of the South, expended on
the battle fields of Mexico, in in ex- o
change for the golden mountains and ?
spacious havens California, for her /
salubrious climatc ana cube rant soil, ?
in exchange for all our rights in the C
territories, in exchange for our honor P
and the constitution, and in exchange *
for, (which seems in these pursy j
times to be more high!) prized than t(
all things else,) our })ersonal security, n
we have received a Jaw which can- H
urtt Kc pnffir^cd. nnd if ? A
* ??? UIIH/S,' II IV \A?UIU
he righteously and rigidly enforced jfl
for all time to come* would hardly (j,
balance against any one iteir in the li<
hill of loss?N5. Then as they have si
taken tto 0 whole substance, leaving j
1,8 8lwu,ow* 11 ,s tutor policy, ?
iii? fy o'('>?tWerai^ niean81
spirits Btifficffrnliy i covered tc e?-|?
fllor# new ilacerations. I |M
The Senate op North Caroli- j
i.?This body has rejected, by a J
rge majority, the Resolution of the
ouse asserting the right of seces- !
Mil ? -
'Can such things bo, <
Anil u?'rc?me us like a summers cloud,
Withoi t our ?pccin( wonder!" I
Stru.jge, that the weak should
row heedlessly away the only wea- ,
m with which they could hope to
ifend themselves from the strong !
range tin t the injured should deroy
the only means by which they
uld procure redress! Strange that
e oppressed should deny the cxistice
of the onlv rurhl thnir onnres
rs had left them ! "Tis strange,
s passing strange; 'tis pitiful, 'tis
ondrous pitiful; we wish wo had
>t heard it;" for it reminds us of
ose degrading scenes so oiten prented
in Eastern despotisms, and
hich cannot be remembered without
blush of shame, where the serf
iems grateful for the lash, and
roud of the permission to kiss the
et of power, just as the dog turns
nd licks the hand that smites him.
Sudden Death.?Mrs. Sarah
loss, wife of Alfred Moss of this
istrict, died suddenly on Saturday
ght or Sunday morning last. Mrs.
loss retired to bed on Saturday
iccht, in Kood health, and was found I
y her hnsband, who was awakened '
y the crying of a child, to have died
uring the night,
Dej.ecates to the Southern
Congress.?We see that the Lnumsville
Herald nominates R. F.
impson of Pendleton, and Thomas
Jones of Laurens as fit persons lo
vovnt una wn^iuooiuiiai l^ioi I II I
i the Southern Congress; without
ntcrtaining the slightest objection to
le latter gentleman, we would beg
) be permitted to suggest the name
f Henry C. Young, a gentleman
noinently qualified to represent the
pinions, and sustain 4he interest3
nd honor of our people in the con-1
Mail Proposals.?The Departlent
at Washington advertises for
arrying the mail on the various
sutesin the State. Wcare pleased
y see that the new routes from this
laceto Pickensville and toEastatoe
ie among the number.
The Weather.?It gives us much
leasure to be able to chronicle a
}\v days of delightful weather, the
liermometer standing in our sanctum
170; and the sun shining so warmly
/ithout, that the birds, beguiled ind
notions of spring, are trimming
lioir nn/l ciriniiin
heir songs in pure gladness. And
he moon-lit nights, with here and
here a cloud lloating athwart the
tarry sky, and a shadow tiiuiumig
ut on the sleeping earth, they too
re indeed most beautiful! How deightful
for young persons, in love
yith each other, to star-gaze from the
lorticoes; and older person?, conten
ed with themselves, to sit at (he
vindows, and spirited away from selish
thoughts by the peaceful scene,
>se sight oflhe responsibilities of tolay
or the cares of to-morrow in
reamy recollections of gone bye
Reported for the Baltimore Snn.
Itst Coii^ress-Sd Mcsaioii.
Washington. Jan. 10, 1851,
Mr. Douglas, from the committee
n territories, reported a bill to refund
erlain expenses incurred by the
)regon Territory in prosecuting the
?iiytise war. And a bill to make the
ill creating the office of Surveyor
leneral for Oregon and for other poroses
applicable to the Territory of
Mr. Cass submitted a resolution
irectinpr an inquiry by the Commit5e
on foreign Relations into the ev
ediency of c mpensating Benjamin
lush for his services as Charge do
flaires at London.?Adopted.
The bill amending the act in re*
tion to notaries public was amenfd
by confering on al) notaries pub5
the same authority to take depotions
as is now conferred on maglrates
tiki commissioners under the
idiciary act of the United Slates
id was ordered to be engrossed.
The ioinfc resolution relinguitahing
i the State of Maryland two of the
innon captured by General Kiley's
'igade at Contrera* was missed.
Mr. Shields reported a bill to mnke
ood to the State of W isionsin 50,000
3res ot public land, that amouiu
iv tog beenpeUl by the United State*
previous to tho passage, .of a law granling
it to the Stale
Messrs. Shields, Walkejr, and
Dodge, of Wisconsin, explained and
advocated the bill.
Messrs. Footc and Dawson discussed
the general policy of granting
public lands for purposes of national
improvements, and Messrs. Cass..
isavis, 01 ruissippn, and Underwood,
continued the discussion, and the bill
was then passed?yeas 32, nays 11.
A message was ?vreived from the
President of the United States enclosing
a report of the Secretary of
the Navy in regard to the discipline
of the service, &.c. and in relation to
the abolition of flogging in the navy,
which was ordered to be printed.
The -Senate then, after rejecting
several motions to take up particular
bills, adjourned till Monday.
House of representatives.
After the House met, several bills,
of which previous notice had been
given, were read a first and second
time; and documents transmitted by
the Executive were laid before the
House by the Speaker.
The New Hampshire election
again came up for discussion; and
the Mouse was first addressed by
Mr. Schenck, of Ohio, who was followed
by Mr. Disney and Mr.
The question on the amendment |
being about to be put, a motion was |
made to rdjourn. and the yeas and
nays being called for, there appeared
in Javer ol Uie motion 2, una against
The aves and nays were then taken
on the amendment, when ther??
appeared 84 ayes, and 103 nays.?
I he amendment was therefore lost.
The question was then taken on
I he original resolui.^n, which was
carried?98 to 00.
Motions were made to reconsider
il.? ii... rr
me vuiu ui uiu inm.%" en uiu luduiulion
Hiid amendment, and that they
he laid on the table, whirl) were carried:
and thus the question is finally
The House then adjourned till tomorrow.
Tho German fuirilives in London
are described as neing in the most
deplorable condition; some of 1 hem
hawk lucifer matches for a subsistence;
bnt the accounts received from
their countrymen, who have voluntarily
emigrated to Australia, a e just
as deplorable. Doctors of philosophy,
authors, officials, and sons of
noble families, arc glad to work at
breaking stones on the road as the
best paid description of mnimnl labor,
for which alone they are fitted.
Two German Barons and an artist
(all Berlincrs,) are at present so engaged;
another Von is the teacher of
a little village school; a Hamburgh
physician has established a milk business;
the son of a Berlin n. aufacturer
is a cattle driver.
News Ims been received in New
Orleans of n war having broken out
between Honduras and San Salvador.
It is said that John Bull, who
is rather famous for meddling with
other people's quarrels has determined
George W, Gayle. esq., of Dallas
county, Ala., in reply to a newspaper
inquiry, whether he would admit
himself to he in favor of "secession
and disunion as the surest and only
remedy"" for the,wrongs induced by
the compromise measures answers
without hesitatipn or delay, thus: "1
advise, meditate and openly advocate
the secession of Alabama alone from
the Union, as soon as it can be done
by a Slate convention."
VI i' ( i'ivIo slrinc nnl lin'it llin
bush, like a good i any who hold I lie
same opinions he cIoqs of tho compromise,
and intend tho same course,
but they talk of it gingerly, as if they
were afraid to say all they think in
plain unvarnished language#
A movement is on foot to establish
a telc^raphic line tt> California. A
petition is now before the Senate
from ill company, who propose to
construct a line from Mississippi to
California, to l>e completed in eigh4
tuuu KM'iniis. ?iif.y iiiiu i'Uiijiress
for a donation of $300,000. A washingtcn
letter writer says a fjood feeling
exists in Congress in reference to
the application. We think the money
could he oxpended in some other
way, more to the benefit of the country
Advice to JGdltors*
The Bayou Sarah Ledger givos
the following terso advice to the editorial
"No editor must expect to pleas?
everybody?it "can'f bn did," thefts
foiifi let him please himself?speak his
?:_i . it ?.
wwii iiiuif.i??(;c uvor^Hiiiw iimiugii
his own eyes, and tjien, if no happens
to hit right tho people will know that
the ertitor ;;p?'riks wlmt he believes
to be t rue." '' '
The Population of Augusta, Ga.,
a*. proem, i? 19404k
Partition op tub Public Lanes.
?The following forma one of a series
of resolutions recently introduced into '
the Virginia General Assembly: I
Resolved, That our -Senators be '
instructed and our Representatives 1
requested to apply to Congress for a |
partition of the public domain and 1
minora! lands,'or of such part thereof
as shall have been acquired by con- i
quest, and for an equal apportion- '
ment of the same, or the proceeds I
thereof, amongst the several States I
of the Union, according to the federal 1
numbers of each Slate. ]
It is proposed to invest the pro- <
ceeds arising from the salfc of sUch i
portion of the public domain as
may fall to Virginia, in stocks and
works ot internal improvement?tlie :
dividends arising therefrom to be de- i
voted to a system of public education.
We will g. c our readers a receipt ;
for making boots water proof, which '
is worth more than our subscription
price to any person who will try it.
Moisture generally penetrates the
soles of boots?the upper leather io
nnJ rmQilvr nn/l 10 nnciU; .IrinJ
M?/v vuun y ?? VV IU VUCJIIJ UI IUll>
To render the sole impervious to wat<;r,
order your i>oot:Uiaker to cut
pieces of cauvass in llie proper shape,
clip 11 lent in melted pitch or tar, and
ami lay them upon thu inner soles
before putting on the outer soles of
I the boots. This simple process will
insure dry feet Without dp king the
hoot clumsy. We have tiled the exI
n/ti'inwini u;nnl/l nrlimc/* ??!!
I |?V. I mil/in* mill ifVUlU IUIT IOD CI JI ?V iiUdi; I
! solos arc afflicted with cold or damp-1
iics3 to do the t.ame.
\ Washington dispatch received
at Philadelphia states that about six
thousand dollars, in ten and twenty
dollar bills, 011 the Merchants' Bank
I of Cheraw, S. C., have been stolen
from the mails. The hills bear date
of Sept. 9, 1850, and are the only
ones ot that da te issued by the bank.
An English paper makes the following
observations: "The United
States sends ns four-fifths of the raw
material, which this immense population
works on, and without which
lllisi immiinoii nnnnliilmn ui>n>?o /1?a^.
...... ....lilt; I.ov dV (;kiio iu#uiiiw
ed to be thrown out of employ. Our
yearly supply of cotton Irom other
(planers has been steadily decreasing,
;iiul in fact America is substauiially
the source by which, and by
which alonn, our cotton mannfac
mres can on Kept in healthy activity."
The decision renered hy the Supreme
Court in the case of Missouri
against lovva, that the boundary
made by the commissioners should
stand, gives !o\va the disputed terri
ry, and upsets the re-election of Willard
F. Hall to the next congress,
who beat his opponent, Mr. Bowman,
by votes in the disputed territory.
The Green Bay Advocate states
that there arc at present soveti new
steamboats on the stocks/ntended
for the Lake VVinnebagb trade, and
that when the trade opens in the
spring there will be twelve boats
running regelarly The first steamboat
on the lake commenced her
irips last spring, and in less than one
year,the trade has increased twelve
A hill has just passed (he Legislature),
which prohibits the transportation of neurocs
across tho Ohio river by ownbrft or
keepers of fenie?, cxcept in com puny of
their owners, or by lliHr written authority
in (lie form of a power of attorney duly acknowledged.
certified mid recorded, and
imnfWPS r?l' flVni-v hnnK aAV.iiaa a
I vivi j o?(vu vuouw n iui icuuiq
of the ferry right, a fine of two hundred
dollars, nnd mtiKes the owners or keepern
of the fe.ry liable in addition for the full
value of the slaves.
Fighting or no fighting, the Germans
must think, wriu and print ?It were Ld bo
hoped that their books'sell, too, for were d
that the catalogue of the approaching book
Inir nt I/cipKic ha* appeared. Itisavolnme
of 384 piiges?and contains the titles
offi,023 now works, published m Oermai'.y
since the i?aster Fair. This is an excess of
from tweWo to fifteen hnndrod over the
numbers catalogued nt any of the fairs
winch have taken place since tho revoluflrv
Hflinira nf Iftil
i ; ' ( ,
A clergyman caicohising tho youth
of his church, put the first question
from the catechism to a girl:
u What is your '<consolati6n in lifo
ntid death?" The poor girl smiled,
but did not un??/ver. The nrw??l ?r>
"Well, then," snid she, "since I
must tell, it i,s tho young printer on
W alnut street.^ j
Between e?#ht littwdred and one
thousand specimencs of American
produce and manufacture have taer>
sent to the Executive committee at
Wfishinglonei?y,to be forward d to
tbq Worlds Fair. Of these some
twenty came from flooUfrC>M|W8?
Or nil skies, arc we not driven to
o the conclusion that, of the things
which man cnn do or make hero below,
by far the most momentous, <
wonderful and worthy are the things
we eak books ( These bits of rag- i
paper, with black ink on them?from
the newspaper to the sacred Hebrew
D 1- I il .1 1 .
j>uuk uiu imvu uiuy uunu i vvmu
are they not doing ? For, indeed,
whatever I e the outward form of the !
thing, (bits of paper, as we say, and
Muck ink,)is it not verily, at bottom,
[he highest act of man's faculty that
produces a Book '( It is the Thought
of mau, the true thaumaturgic virtue
by which man works all things pass
is the vesture of a Thought. This
Louden city with all its houses, palaces
steam steam-engines, cathedrals
and huge, immeasurable traffick and
tumult, what is it but ri Thought, but
millions of Thoughts made into one
a huge, immeasurable spirit of a
Thought, embodied in brick, in iron,
smoke, dust, palaces, parliaments,
hackney coaches, Katharine docks,
and the rest of it! Not a brick was
made but some man had to think of
the making of that brick. The thing
we call "bits of paper with traces of
black ink,'1 is the purest embodiment
a Thought of man can have. No
nuiuier u is, u,i un ways, uie acuvesi
and rrM??t.?Thomas Carlyle.
.o* hi# hand# /u//.?The liberty
Party of the North, at a convention
recently held at Oswego, nominated
the celebrated negro rogue, Chaplin
as a candidate lor Presedent of the
United States ! The old rogue is
now a candidate for three offices?
Presedent '9ftho United States, Govcnor
oI'Npw York ami thr> Ppnitpn
tiaryof Maryland. If we had ?i vote
at him it should he for the last named
offline?we think him competent
and well qualified. Hurrah tor Ciia
Madder.?The Farmers of Ohio
have entered quite exteosively into
the cultivation of Madder, somn of
them realizing over $200 per acre.
A BILL has been introduced in the
Arkansas legislature which provides
for the removal olalj free negroes
from ihe State.
Sheridan celebrates the felicity of
army husbands?a man who "may
wed you to day rnd be sent the Lord
knows where before night: then in a
twelvemonth, perhapse, come home
like a colossus, with one le<r at New
York and the other at Chelsea Hospital."
There is a man in Boston that takes
so much snuff that every time he
sneey.es he jerks himself out of his
1 PROPOSALS for carrying the
mails of the United States from
the first of July, 1851, to the 30th of
June 1855, inclusive, in S tjlh Carolina,
will he received at the contract
office of the Post Office Department
in the city of Washington, until 10 a.
m.,of the 1st of April, 1851 (to bede
cided t>y 'he 19th day of April,) on
|Ha Trillion niirl in
. UTIM IM.IKV IllUllligi UIIU
time herein specified, viz*.
3207 From Pendleton, after ayrival
of Augusta stage, say at 1 p m, four
times a vveuk, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday;
To Pickens c. h. by 5 p m, 14
miles, * .
And hack between 5am and 10
3208 From Pickensville at 5 a m
once a week Saturday,
By Equality, Slabtown, Silver
Glade, Newell, Golden springs, Douthet
and Brushy creek',
To Pu /rcnsville by 0 p m, equal to
20 miles and back.
3209 From Panther Fork at 4 a m,
once a week, Wednesday;
By North Saluda and Tituroy;
To Pumpkinlown, by 12 in, 241
And back between I p m and 9 p t
?' o i 4
?>KIO P T>" I ?. - -
v i win ricKousvine ?H U a in, I
once i week, Saturday;
By Dmeuf*vilk)? Pumpk;'?town 12Mile,
antV Wolf Creek;
To Pickenaville by 6 p m, eaual
to 21 mile* and back.
32 From Pickens c. h. atT^m,
once a week, Saturday;
By Robert Stewart s, Anderson's
Mills, and Nix's on Eastatoe;
To Pickens c. h. by 7 p m, equal
to 18 miles and back.
3215 From Piekons m h. at. 0 a m,
iwico a week, Saturday and Wednes
By West Uniop, Coloq^s J?ork,
Horso Shoe, Walton's* Ford, |j>a.kTo
coa Falls, Oarkesville, Nacooeheo*
Mount Yonah, Pleasant Retreat and
Ca vender fc.Crek,
To Dahlonegu, (la*, l>y 0 pro,
next Mftrulnv uml Thm*.-/!.***. Of\
JfeMS Fromlk^keos c h at I p ttL
once a week, Sattmlav"! __
By Oconee Statiotf* Cheohee, mid
To Pickens c. li. by 9pm nex?
day, equal toSJB miles and back.
3217 1' t orn Picketis c. h. at ft a. fn,
once a week, Saturday,
T> rf~<! * ' ??"< ? " "
uy v/iuyiUH s jvnns, SftJUDrity,
PickensviHc, Wolf Cieek, and JoHughes1;
. life rt-H-'-r
'I o Pickens e,h. by 8 p m.e^ual to
21 miles and back.
3218 From Pickens c. h. at7 am,
once a week, Saturday;
3218 From Pickens c. h. nt 7 n ir?j
once a week, Saturday;
By Bounty Land, Claremont, Bachelor's
Retreat, Snow Creek, and
To Pickens ck Ik l>y6p in next
day, equal to 24 miles and back,
ftlnitngc&'ft oi* KIcctlon?.
Extract from the Act calling a Convention
of the People, Dcc., 1850 i I
4'Skc. VI. And bo ii further enacted by
the nulhority aforesaid, That on tho second
Monday in Fcbturtry next and on the day
following, managers of elections f'V tho
seveud districts shall after giving public
notice, as in eases of elections for members
of the Legislature, open the polls nnd hold
elections in their respective districts for delegates
to said * went ion, in all respects in
the same nMttnei ami torm nn<! ??t thesams
places us elections are now conducted for
mombcrsor tlic Legislature. And nil persons
who are qualified and entitled, by the
constitution and laws of this /State, to vote
for members Oi the Legislature, shall bo
qualified and entitled to vote for said delegates
to said convention; ar.d in cases
(;f any vriennev occurring by the deaib,
resignation, removal from the State, or re
fusal tr? servo, of any person eltcU-d n delegate
tG-'S.o oiuti convention, tne presiding
officer of the said courcnlion shall issue his
writ authorizing and icquiving the managers
of elections, in the election distiictsin
which such vacancy may have occurred,
after iriving due notice thereof, to open a
poll r liold an election to fill such vacancy,
as in cases for the election of members
of the Legislature."
FOR PENDLETON DISTRICT.
At Pendleton Village: Khun (Sharp, jr.,
a n ..i 11 i o ** t# "
/I. v. U11U K>> Ci. DJrtXWClf.
Anderson C. II.: W. Harrison, Thomas
Ili Russell nnd B. F. Craylon.
Haynie's: John Carpenter, W. Haynio
nnd William Brownleo.
tnntonville: Jas. Oambrell, Jasper Wilson
at.d Willinm Telford.
Cray?onvillo' Win. Cox, P. S. Johnson,
and A. J. Brock.
Greenwood: Q. W. RanVm, J. M. Welhorn
and R. M.Piftl<i>n?
ShorrardV: F. W. Davis, W. J. Simpson
mid David Sadler.
CosporV. W. D. Gray, C, L. McGce,
and Z. Iiall.
Rock Millo: Robert McLocfl, W. S.
Shaw, and Jas. T. McLirttai.
Douilict.'s: VV. D. Siltot), Gnmbrell,
and John Roseman, sen.
Orrvillo. Ghnrlcs Irby, J. T. Rogers and
Brown's- ro. G.ir-Iv. w. Brown> Green L.
??.l n * w:?
vumii^/ii ??iivi u? a.
Major's Store: John C. Uorlon, Jame?
Major, jr., D. Dunkin. >
Oantt'a Store: J. 0. Williams Robert 0.
Treble und Wm. H. Acker.
Andcrsonville: F. E. Harrison, John Cox
and Charles Barrett.
Minton'e; R, M. Morri*. D. T. Rninwiier
wnite rutins: Kliiah Owen, Ezekicl
Murphy, nnd W. E. Welborn.
Townville: T. H. Simmons, H. R. Vhiidivcr
und J. P. Hnrrifl.
Slorcvillc: Je?so W. Norria, jr., Jnmes
Ilnrknees. nnd J. M. Brown.
Centreville: John A. Reeves, John Be
lotto nnd S. P. Ilillhouse.
Pickcns C. If;. J. Hurnctt, S, Kirktcy,
and John ^ . v y* ?
Trimmier's: Win, B, Davis, J. V. Jones,
nnd James Vcrtfueon.
Hurri wine': Robert Stewart, Wm. G,
Newton, and F. Alexander.
Wolf Creek: >V. Hunter, Thos. Dillnnl*
n.wl W~ n?
Kilpatfick's: O. II. P. Fant, M. II. Ilun*
nicutt and Stephen Bt lwin. 't-'-vk ..A'
Hngood's: B. A. Burton, G. Brenzcalo,
nnd J. H. Ambler.
Pumpkintown. N. HekJ, M. Keith, enc!^
Wm. M. Jones. .y* h* ' : I buiubrity:
Benjamin Clmpman, Jnnwa
Garner, and T. D. Garvin. > ^ t*\*i > *
I . ... - / ' ?
Gnines': Hknry'L^ Gaines, G. W. MoDow
and ThortiM Gasiway.
Fnir Piny : D. 8. Stribling, E. AfoCreA*
ry nnd Thorn*# I'. Keoa.
Pirkcft?vill?i: H. Watson, J. Mulled*,
mm rlo.uy Sri|ijuji?. s?M
I Eixstatoc: Wjm. B, Nix, Wip-Ninpmons* r<i
nnd John Nix. fe ..J
Trap: M. Bardine, Lorb.n Hcpdflrta. >
nnd KoWt Foster. l
Chdohee MB# 98?und \ <Grant'
Wn. Whit m
OillwonV!J. w: Mr..F!rr?v rt I. ?