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WASItoToN, May 8. As soon as the journal of yesterdiay*., proeeedings was read in the Iloubo of Re prese) tat ives, Mr. Lyon orAlabarna, rose and announ ced the death it the lon. .oah Lawler, a nealuber oft the llouse of Representatives from the State of Alabama Mr. I.awler has been ill but two er three days, and I believe was well and in atiendiace of his duties when the House adjourned on Thurs (lay last. lie died about 9 o'clock this mor - ing of bilions aleurisy; the saie disease which carried o your late Itepresentuative, Air. McKim, which is still prevalent inl tie city, and which has carried ol' several t iti zoens before this. The city is not very oln healthy, but alnost every body is suffering with a severe cold. AfterlMr. Lyon had concluded his eulogy V upon the death of' the deceased, the usual resolutions were offered to wear crape upon the left arm fir thirty days, io) attend the funeral firon the lall of the lilou of Ite. presentatives to-morrow it l o'clock, and to appoint a committeo of arrangements to prepare the funeral olbsequies. The House adjourned on motion of ir. Lyoa,as soon as the resolutions were aiopted. Ill Senate, as soono as the joirnizal was read, Mr. Franklin. the Clerk of the hlouse, announced the deatha of mr. .awler, and the adoption cof the louse resolutions. Whereupon, I r. King, of Alabama, delivered a brie'f and suitable eulogy upoi tle character of the deceased. Mr. L. lie said, left a n ife and children to mourn his loss. The resolutions were adopted, and the( Senate adjournicd over to to-monrrow to at tend the funeral. No public business n ill be transaected be fuo Thursday next. From the Britunstrick, ( Gat. I Adrocate. Aty T7. -LATEl FROMl Fi,011lu. By the lRevenue Custer Aladion, Cai. loward. f'rom Havana 24th, Key West 28th ult. and Key Biscayne 3d inst.arrivel at this port tiln Sunday last, we learn that Col. llarney of Fort King, having cap ured a squaw froan whon lie obtained the neces sary intelligence has gone n% ith a detach ment of I G) dragoons andol artillery to t iack Sam Jones, who it will he re mmciibered was driven to the pass along the Sou iern poit of Florida about Key Largo. Thisexpe dition lf't Key lBiscayneon Thursday the d isist. The latest intelligence at Kev lliscavane' was that Aleek Ila ij tie Seminole Cl'h'. who negociated with Gen. .esu p, and sur rendered to him, had beeni shot n is h all his immediate followers, by orderof Siai Jones, the Chieflof the Miekasikies. This assas sination is said very much to have exasper ated the Seminoles, anl we are told hat nany of themis now beg our troois to allow them to remain and assist in exierminatisiz their late allies, Sam Jones ail the Alick asukies. The naval detacmlinent, lately engn:eel isi Lieut. Powell's expedition, have gone to Pensacola to joiu our sqouadron for Vera Cruz. This sladron is detachfed to pro tect our Commerce from tle consequences of the French Blockade. Lt. Mlagrndcr and his company came oat in the Aadison fromi K--v West 1o) Key Biscayine and thenice shipped in the Caip bell for St. Augustine. Mn on.'.-The Savannah Geor gian of Aonday last, contains extracts roins at letter dated *-Fort Moellon, Fasst Florida, April 28," giving information ofan expe dition under Captaiii E. D. iallock, ii com maud of sixty dragoons. Captain It. left Fort Mellon i tho 21st April, anid maosrhed for ["omr tylIor, oan L .ake Winder at th~e hieado of hoait nav'igai tiona on the St. Joihn's-it hiavinsg beeni evacuated ina Aarch. The barge Cypr'ess Swamip itn its neightaorhmood bieinsg knsown to allbrd concealnent to ;a large n usber oil liadiasi fasmilies, it was Captain li's. object to take then by surprnise. Aftaer a tedious march, at sounrise on he ird dany,.Capt.1B. who was in adva'nse oif is mean, discovered a wvarrior, whoma lie charged ando struck to thse groundsai. Fomo hunt lie leant the piositiona of foot r unsilies, (amnountinsg to 13 piersonts.) all of whtomn they succeedeod its seenrting, with their rifl's anttd panachies. Aftcer snusert hev drsscovere'd the smuoke of fires wvithina the' swamsp. whsere snany other farnailies were' etinamped0. These lie tras not enableod to reach. The circumnstances reloteod in ste fosllow * tg paragraph pr'esentts a new evideone of the necessisy of legisltationi otn tho piart ofl Congress, to protct the persons ansd pro perty of travellers ini steami boats. From the II'Ireling'~ (a:rtte. Disgrceful Outrage -We cannot finl laniguage sull'icienitly strong in whlichl to ex pr'ess our oinaiona 0)1 a mioist rasecally occeur renice, which has joust bieen related to aus.-. The steamers Onitario anod Pioneers ina coms S ing tup the river, camei~ togetheor abuiat I .0 rmlhes this sile of' Cininniati. Tlhe larmoer. in attemzptinig to pas~s the latter, we learno ran msto her, withlou dooinrg ansy tmater'ial rejury. A short timie afternm~i'ds ini at temtptitg agin to pass, the pilot oil stho l'i oneer, it oroder to return the comtuplimtett rats into the Ositario. strnik insg 4er neo'ar the stern, mainig in heri i gurods, andio kiflm.g oneC persoin, (a girl ahotis I2 y'ears oil age,) antd dlangeroutsly n onsoitig two a5Ihers, a0 ladly and chilod. T1he pilot we undoerstando imamued Geor'ge Bell. .Dealk4 of/he chie'f Engineer ofthe (reatI I'ser.-Tlhe Cooner this mtorning blol ano iniojtest at the City I lospital, ont ale body ofl Geoirge r'earne, Chief' l nginecer oil ' thse stezamer Greast Weo.stern. Tlhe dlay' af'ter her arrival, while ste steamo as he' ing let of, thu deceasedo wass badily sca loded. le w.'as conveyedl to the Ihospitzal, andto was atppiarently recov~ering atntil Thuorsdavt eve insg, whlen lie w'as attackedl with vmoitinsg, which continuted with bitt littleinatermoissioni - faor sever'al hoisrs, ini spite of' every eo'iirt of' his imediclal phaysicins to stop lis, andl even tunted 'isa his dleatha. TJheo decoeas-- wa ''s an nat ive~ of' E-:tgland, aged .15. A ve'niies was r'etutrne'd in accordansce with the above menctioned 'einstantces. lN~tuE.is. dii Guniri.us.--A sile hast bien pub llishedl shtow ing thle prto greos.',ve ins enrease' ofl Chrlans fr aom ssah le Ii rsi censtuary tom hre'senrt. Theo first cen'ttsry is list owna :5 .0i.0.thet teant'ah at 5.000(lOlt, ruen Itli EDGEFIELD C. 11 THtUnSDAY, MAY 17. 18:6. We are compelled this week to issue a smail sheet, as from some cause or other, we have not received our supply of paper from Charleston. See the Governor's Proclamation, sum inoning the Legisiature to convene on the 26th instant. We tender our thanks to the Ilon. Mr. Rhett, fur a copy of bli.-; speech upoti the Cumberland Road Bill, delivered ini the [louse of Representatives on the 19th of A 1ril fast. DI-:sTnueTIoN OF THE MO.-LL..-I is really aliost enough to make one regret that steam was ever applied as, aI motive power, to read of such horrid disasters as fhe one of which we give some account from the Cincinnaii Eivening Post. Later ae conts give the destruction of life at not less than 230 to 210. On orcasions of such great calamity as lie fire of Charle'toi, it is i ndeed grati ing to witnhess fihe deep-felt sypallt v which has burst fron every portion o ilie country. There is but one feeling, and 11h.at is 1rii ly Jmerican. In these times of alietiation, when inl the strife of party, section is array ed against section, and in the liitterness of' the (onflit, men, who for years have fionihat side by sile, for ftie great pinciples of lie inion, are throwi into uncompromisingop posit ion, it is pleasant indtileed Io see broll her meet brother once more, and inl all ile kindness of f'rateriial sy inpar by,ecoitningle their coinmu sorrow;s antid regrets at what is felt by all to le a coiioii Calainity. Tie Norith, the South, tile East autif West. as fir as ne have seei aly indications of' public smntimeicnit. have all Illet the oecasioin in a spirit. hoorabele and liberal. This is as matters shnId be. Never doe mani appear 1nr01e4! nille anid ( levated ihain wie en gag ed in ihe dispensations ofeharity to the pNir anld u11fort t Ilile. The heart that is steeled agaminist its calls, is poor indfeed ; anl whatever iay be its faitied en ,joymientsi, after aill it may lie said, tliat it linon s noth if!g of life' in its highest and purest exercises. [Communicated.] Mr. Edittor-Permit lit!. thrmigh yeir C-f nimntso inforn the ikeinrs of il.e churches in lie -'dgelield Baptist Associaii. that the filb lishing comianittee of' that body have' proctred. for their use, several cpies oif' the excellent work. entitled m M nwn, or C vetensness tie sin of the Christian Chiurchi. This is a prize essay, which has gone itrong i twenty e'ditiois inl Lio. 4ln. and tifihre in this cointry. I do auost heart ily coienr wyith imany others in s:y inag. - at its geiieral cirenaitiio'n will lie a inverf ui nw;ins of' iremsing !the spiiitaflity of tihe chrefts, and of alvaicing every good work, whiell d1'. peiids in ainy 'asure upon pecuniary conitribu. titits. The same cirnmitttee have a!so proenred seve ral copies of the Philosophy of Ienerolence, it work that is possessed of' very great merit, and adapted to mnore polpular ttse than the above. Its general pertinal will promote the hest itft'r ests of the coi nily, and its benevolemt prin ciplies carr'ied out inio active fife'. wvould greatly e xalt ii e stauid:ird of' fiely. tand inecrease the 'jov's of' Christianus. 'These woerks miay lbe had by ap p1' inlg to the. undaersigined. or at the stoic of .Alessrs. G. I,. . I-:- P'enn & Co. Alaninon is :,0 centis a copye, and the If-hiosophey of' bemeer i iI'hl.fA M 1 II l IN.N Cii~rnemu of' iliheil, libh in ( niitiesie. N. 11. Cop~,iie o:if aytmar amid I lede's --:er anon'is nnay ye't bei hadu at thel ii nne i plce NOTIIS ilO3M Ill. . 0 :I 1, X oy T'f'UAV I:l.f.-:ft. In one11 of myi) rambsles noti lon incei in Ni'w, I rleains. I viie-d tfiw Cathiolii nimen-r'. ''hius ts speaud ov'er se'eirifa acres of' pi otln( 'leeo. edi hy a high berik na:il. ini whichb are r'ceputa cle's for the' dfead. 'The' hnil groiud s lad ''lt ini nanneuuroui filets. itiirsetedg by' walks,. and (en ifhe suirki'ee of' lhe e'artfhl lii h'eies I'nem( builft, e'ithe(i ini briek ocr stone. fii oe' lomb! I counlited( in a niily tour graveis. ''fnile of' which wats cloised. inient':inga thmt the 'mtorna re~nini<i of' sine pier-on, were tiweri'e' esie'i. As I arie hiandesme atnd e'veii nmgnific'enit. I rememi ber elie which wa,'s l'ncllsel byv blek ironi rail inigs. thel entranle imnto whlichi was hr a gaie. Woe'ping well ows fiuing y rae''edl ode'i the' mar be omib. oun winch n,'as trarieiflite tniniait insc.lrliptionlitie r tiotn, andie be'miii tletrs belooedu atme shl'd their graefid f'ramgrimne' m' er stonie, amtI e'epie'd somell in.--er'iipions tme~ I bemm-t fini ini setminn-'nt antd latni Inuae'. f ere bel. iet side byv side', felt ine then ioniiaihute 'iiity oef e'ac'ihor, inativ,,.es f silil Frianee tianl the I nwuraihl ile. Whatever,,'i jl'a~elusies :mne whast ever ttumly, Gl'ini., meay',, Ie foru'n-er daim havl'e filled thelr boeesomis. are' noti fellhed fiire'h-r ini tIs their fast plfacee t' rest. As I thoniiaht 1' myi edataiit hoee. a i'ling ofrde'ip1 Sadnesl's c'aime over iin-. C(ieeue it le' poessible thali iniaght ine ve'rretrt, toe il! I hla-Ilenled i'rom the spet. nd in ait fw, moleoi'i.n was in the mtidst of' beuitl, and iin sighim (If' the ioblle AlIissi'.sippf i. 1"rom ther lhrston~ ('eurier. 'Tu -: (as-:A-r' (tt . RoAt.-Tlhe Cfoowinig extract oh' a letter. fromit a highly respiectaill. sonr Iee. gives lliditionial evidemce~ of mthe fine' spii t, whieb fias heen aiwak~eiidt iii TIetm' see, on thle 'sihjeci ofi this great 00ntenp frise': "'hs',vit.Le-, A piril -.1' 153s. ' I an gra-'i il to iniformn you that ourm citl/.enis Iav nlotmi fatifld to mueett thle e-ll for te seri'tl instamhntent oif stock, with Iiandmia lel f'le'it y, as youei wilf see Ih-em the' om tmissionier's reporit . whiich will reac4hi eon wvith this. Not onte shaure hasi been fip-'ei ted at this phlaee. 'hiis resuilt ha iS e xceedet' tmy most sanigtine expec'(tationiS, andi~, at I thugh the nmi b mler tershunres beb11 is not gm'eat, huas creattedl a feelinug of' prottd satisf'act ioni am~ong c'itizenis ,' wich thfuy shotuld hbe fpatr donted int itndulging. I willitake this oppior iimtity ofe statinig. thaut to mo onte is inore' ere dfit dlue, tor e'f'ie~ting so desirablle it restult, than Mlr. lbavidl Cuampbel, Commissijonei TALLAnAsSF, April 23. Fatal Rencountre.-On the 18th inst. at Mr. Howell More was proceeding to his work, & short distance from his residence, he was attacked by three persons, to wit: Thomas E. Turner, his son Thomas Tur ner, and his son-in-law Abram Bleach. When Mr. Vlore came opposite their pince of concealment, the elder Turner arose and snapped his gun at him, which fortunately ntissed fire. A struggle ensued between the three, in which the elder Turner was seriously wounded in the side, add his son in-law mortally wounded in the lower ab donen. The son then tied. Mr. Alore re coiied several blowson his head with sticks, but was out scriously injured. Bleach (lied on the 23d. The father and son have been arrested Mr. Alore is represented as a peaceable and worthy tinan. The affray arose froin an old grudge. Comhnuercial. From the sAugusta Constitutium(dist, May 10. AUGUSTA AND 1AMBUlJRC MARKET. COr-rorN-During the past week, par ticularly in the early part, there was a bet ter feeling manifested on the part of both bluyers, and sellers, and as several lots of 1oid Cottons were put in the Market. they met with a ready sale, at prices ranging fim 9 to 10 cents. Within the last two dy, however, we think the demand has slackened, and we have to report our mar ket 'much itn the saitte state its previously ttiied. The sales from warehouses have mtiintel to 1,650 bales. We quote 7 a II ets.-a choice lot of prime, in square Iles, we helieve would cotinid some thing over 10 cents. G aoca-:it .:s.-Remain as last noticed. Hltitsess ill this line, is at present confined principally to the retail traile l''tu.t;i-rs.-River in good boating con lition. To Savannah, $1 per hale for Colton: to Charleston hy flail Hond, 81,25 for sgnare, and $1,50 for round bales is still Ite askilg prices. OBILTFA.RY. h)iriju-On, the Ilth inst., at Edgefield C. II. Mr,. ELIZA YOUNGBLOOD, withi ot' Mr. Erastu . J. Youngiblood, in the 35th year of her Pinegyriek upon the dead is so indiscrimi - nate as tole alniost unuvoilably comitnon-place. :ni.41 perhalps useless. But, in the iresent ill staile. it wouli e doingilijustice to f ie iminory oif the dead,. and violence to the feeliigs ot' tlh'e livi. to pa-s boy the deceased without one word Ito reco d her virtues. lte-erved aid retiring ill her matnnters, and ex vy doneimic itt her habils. she was kinowi ily i t a mi:dl circle of friends and telatives. Ihlt by themu she willioing lie remembered as the Ptrde of her sex, and an example to her-race. To a miied hv nature vigorous and utasculiie, anl cairichd by all the udvantges of i finished eihtettioni, Was united a temlper kind, aflictionate 11ne fti'..'iving. aBut thoigh i in life clm wa. 431d. it was io death thtat she was great. It wac topoi tlat Iiighty occaision that tries the soul of 111:111-it was lie the hour of death-that site dis pived to anl adniriiig circle. her woiderfiul s. perriiy. I having been flattered liv the final delusin of friends, into tie belief tiat she was recovering from a danigerous ilhiess, she was suddenly apprised that tier hour was at hanld: then. without a second thought about herself. she begani to admonish her friends, as they aix ioniu.ay siatherederonnth her dying bed. In'pired by tfit grandeur of the suiject, elt Continued widaoui interruption for twelve hours, a tier frieids successively came to take their last adieu. to itmpress upon them. in the most fervid and eloqient straiis. the trutl,-the value, the sublim ity ofthe religioii of Christ. Announcinmg. with a voice clear und firm. atd anl eye untioistened by a tear. while all arotind were weeping in hit. terness. the great ndel solemn trithsof Christ and inmnortality, she presented a spectacle wiotthy of all admiration. In her death we saw how tmuchi miightier is taith thant philosopihv. In her dleath thei inidttel tmight ha~ve seen how'n charistiani coiuld die, und have beena confounided by the sight. S SIN EIFF'S SALES. Y v.irtuie of a writ of Fieri Fuarins to mec di .retetid, ni ill lie sold at Edgsetkiehl C.l I.. on the~ first .loinday~ and aiy tisluiwing in Jine ma'.st. thea faolhawinrg proapei iy, viz: J.laaKenn vi. Johni I Dinkinte. one waggon. Tertm. caish. Wt. 11. MSS., s. s: v. TUo :aII wvimoaa it uaay Coumces'ha. scribher, with oithers, will p~etntiaon the Legislature aof this State, at its nextsessio, ir t C harer~ of a llridlge aceross Saludat Rtiver, neari Chtappaell's l'erry. AN~ImWl L. LARK. MStav 17, 1838. aic I5 Sturayed, RO31 I the Subsicriber otn the 27th, ol S A pril, twot Alutles; otne a black AMare ilu le slaivedl very mtuch hy th~e gear, supy piasedl to lie abouti :. y ears of age; thme ot her a %arrel boarse inn tle abiaont thei samte age. Whlen htast haeard tromt they were sectn w ith twao wagonit at Aiken, A renardn of~ 810 ill be' givent ihr the' two if delivered to Alr. .lohathn Seetnan atAiken, og .1 brn tat ~tL~ Ltti.tD- JOIINSON. It m2iiiles frnotm A ihen ont Soulth Edisto,,S. C, Mlay 17, INfS e * 15 Mi rayed. 14ROMi the .Subsenbler, living otn tlia LlIlalfwamy Swvuamp, two Aluiles, ono saorrrel 1laorse andl the other a Alare, both . .sears aol. Any iniformtatton respiecting said multles will tie thankfully receivead.. C ADA\VAXY CL A RK. Mlay i19, 1838 b* 15 Insproa'ed Coiton Gis 7,3 II cli.sbscribers hasviine establtished a iOT( ' ...TON ;ilN AIANdFATriiY in th To'iwn aof I halambrg, S. C., on the imp~rovedl ciy taem oai' Al r. lioat ns rig ht. hog leave to reconnitimi t hieir 4 t. ins to lhe pulic. UTey wvarranlt theil G in< a to e easual if~ nth sup~erior to those oh Alr Ilioatwright. tan ace' 'nn: i lt niateratiait, which in their tiiipin. is adeelded imiprovemiant : ibn is, iinstad if hhsueaks aof waood onl thei ribs, the' htae taioptaed li ihe i pat ifsmaking the ribs uof theai Gies emtirely aifetael ansd iron, which have prov edl by expmafeiecae to lie prefeirablel. Air. lint wright hiaviing dec'alined thea girn ma kintg unlinemis in Autgusta, Air. I,. II. (Ci, whi condu~cte~d it there ir lhim, beinig onme of~ the pat iiars in. thme coanen, they wdil endreavon to givc samtislimetioni to till wvho ma~y favor them with thtei ili (Gits repaired at the shortest notice. COOB & KENNEDY. Iiimbutrg, S. C.. A pril 19. 6mn i. For sale. MV IIITSEand LOTi. in the Village . id tild upon termts to sutit ai putrchaset Ia my ahbsence,* appily to Cot. Hautskett. JAME~s JONES. April 12 tf a PROCLAMATION. STATE OF soUrii CAROLINA. By His Exeellency PIERCF 111. UTrLERt, Esquire, Governor an Commander-in Chief, in and over ite Statc. 1TIII! recent Fire in Charleston, has laid waste 1n acres of the most popilons part or the City-as destroved buildings and their contents, valued between three and four millions of dollars-has deprived great numbers of industrious men of the means of re-instating"v their property piros trated in the comon i atatioiiu. It has greatly injured all the Insurance Olices, and rendered bankrupt others in the State, (the amount of property insured elsewhere being comparatively sniall.) It has de prived the hank debltors not only of tle means of p aying their present debts but of procuring fiture loans and facilities, now more than ever, greatly necded, and in many eases abhsoltely iindiitsnsble to save the unfortinaie debtor from utter destrue tion. It has puit to hazard the uhimaie success of our great national improvement the uecstcrn ra, road, and ihe dott.qic im porting- company; al w ith these, it threat en to jeopardise the fiuture prosperity and the high claracter and standinig ol'tle Siate whieb hams so nobly patronisel these wise and extensive schemes of public improve meat. Under these cirenmstances. the late mis fortiie asiumes decidedly not a partial and local, but a generl national awpect. In various ways it will lie lilt, and severely felt. throngiont the whole State; for the le nelicial influence of Charlestoti is & ought to be felt in every part of SoutiI Carolina, and lie partial prostration of' our metropio lis is the partial prostration of our whole country. alffectig in sorne way or other all its com nercial and agrienltural parmnits. I havo peronlily and by letter aixiously constiliel a great tnumler of our itielhigetit citizens imi every part oflie State. onl the piropriety ofI conivenilg an exira se!ioni of the Legislature. to consider of tlie stelps neccai v to be taken in the present emer geney, if any itterferenecon lie part of the State slitild be demiled necessar; a Elites tion, n% bich inl iy opinion, the Legislature alone otugit finally to determaie. Of the citizens consuhtedil if le pr sent occasion, many wise and worthy nii yleim aft ext rat session if il the Legi-latire nun Ivisable: butit the ;reat weight of opinion transtni6ted to me, is in favor of lt measure. ed l tr Leishlatire. tlial ourl people look ont all iie eeaoiis of didici IIv for advice atd r'lii. f. We are acetstoned to relY isitplicit (oi the wismlomi ainl syrtipaitly of that ripe-d body ofi sen. Leavintg aII 4fin.,1tionii'ftetn stitutioial juiisdiction. ad all considerta tions of pliblic expediency. to be decided is thev ought to lie by the represeniatives of the people, togetler with ill (iestuls as to) the propriety and extent of relief, I tink it my boundeni duIty on the p resent occasui, to call it icetitigof the Legislatutre of dot's Carolitia, at Columbia, to deliblrate ott antd to deteritine such questions as the etner g(cy nmy require. Now, know ye, that I, PiIERtCE M. BUTLER, Governor aid Coiatdei -int Chief in and over ilie Silate alortesaid. decmn ilg it a dutv ittiposed ott the Executive by the Con,,titution in sneh case to conivei the Legishaiture of the State, do hecrthv cult vente the Genieral Assemably of' the State of Suthtl Carioliina, and summitotn the itiema hers of the Seniate anid I loiuse oif ltepre senttatives to tmoet in theirrespliv~ie IlIalls, at Columbia, dii Monaday, the 26 h May intstanit, t) c'onsidler of snehli matters as mtayv then atnd there lie submiitted to thett, atud allord sneht relielfus ini t heir wisdtom tmay be e..tnuive to te interest and welloire ofthe State. Iii testimitony w hereof, I haive hereunto net mny hanid anil ctaused liie Seal tof the Si tie to lie allixed. t his elevethI day of May, in the veair ohf ur Lord onie ihoustanid eight huitndred antd thiir i y-eight. andti ii the six iv stetuond y.ear tif lie Iidepenidence of the U. States of Ainerica, B. II. SAXON, Secretariy of Statle. May 17. 18:38 h 15 IN jT)JJlE'OClM.Vi P1,1.-Is. Daid i intixs. i, A r runan-i .s r. 7 hi l PIlaintitliin tht~isi et ainc thik iday tiled his tdechairation in the' I'lerk's (i blie., antd the IDef-nudtant htavin g tno~ Wiiti r .\uto tier knownt to lbt ini this State,. uponit whomi an cop'jv of the said tdelairaion may ht~ le strited: 'Tter. anid miaiki his deee w.ithini :a -eat- anad a day' fronm the tilinig ofi the said declairautioni or finit andh absoltehi judgmtitt will be oritwith awiair ded to the said Pilaintiji. CleOic;e ldEil.) l31ayl 1.1 ' .5 I N T1111 COM.MON(1 P'L11..IS. Sampisoni Kiilert'ase.vs. h'oens mns At- r.iemiuis r .1 IllF. Platitini this caste haivig.nt thte ih I dayv ot' May, l1L". tiled is drebiraiti mi r the C lerk's Olliee, anth de dtefendilatt htaving nto . wife or tattorntey. kntowit to bet in thi< $tate upon't ,vwhont ai copy of the saulid'echiraiittn tay hie Sstrved:h It is the'rthre ordt'red, that t he satit dei p ittinatnt doi appeat'r tand matke is e,'ncet itin r a yetar antd a day f'rott thet tiling of' the satil dei' la'atien,~ or tinatand abtsohIllt' jiudgmentt wiill lie atwarded to the satid pliti ti.E -(Gh.OR (l~i PhX c. r. r'. Clerk's Oticie. Mayi l'lthi l:. I:, PRANOT' ICE. TRAYE 1) fromt the Subscribier, ati JL.ibterty I hill, on thle 28th or 2!lth ci M arch last, a smalh sorrel M A R E MN: L-, rotach manite, tena or twelve y'ear ti, otnI has a blemish in one eye. I' ainy persot hiearing or seeing snch a Muhe wvill let tht f' Subscriber know of si either by hlter oi .otherwise, sneh infortmatioin will bo thatnk. fully received.BU ON I Lbr BEVE A RiLY BUR139 TON.~ CATAWBA SPRINGS, LINC OLN COUNTY, N. CAROLINA. 1111i- Proprietor of this Establisintn gives notice, that he is repairing and fitling it up at consideralble expense, and iu a superior style,and will have it ready ihrthe receipio ol tcompany by the 201h of May. It is situated on the great Eastern and West ern Line of Stages, from Salisbury via. Lincoltailon to Asheville, &c. (a stage pats ing there every day in ahie week hal one). I'lhe conatry around is brokenaud prover hially liealithy, and besides the aineral properties of the water, there are many in ducemnents to turn the attention of invalids atnd others towards this place. Its prox iamity tu the lower cointrV-the chaeapleis of, iviag--the excellence of the neighbor-ii bociety-the ablundatance of gane, and lie rich ield allorded to science, especially to rnineralogy and hotaiy. are facts not to lie overlooked by the tiravellin world. But it is in the mineral qualities of the Springs ihat the great attraction to this spot coaasisas. 'he proprietor ms no exaggeraed lists of enres to present to the public, for le has jist taken possession, nor would ie deeni it a conaaplinaent either to alie good titsie or sntaneia v of* the puiblic, to present sush if lie lad thenm. But le has lie assuirance (f sone of lite anost sciaautific phys-icianis and ciem ists, to the rare and valuiable properties of ihese Spriiags. In 1S24. Proissor Ohn sted, (now of* Yale Colle;e) nmade ta strict analysi of this water, and pronounces its foreigan igrediens to beI: SulphiuretteIl fy/ droren. Sul phate of Lime, 5ulphate oJillug uesie. Aluriute of Limc. 'or a mare extendaed statement see his Genolwecal Ieport of Norh Carolina. au thaori-d iay Aet of Assembly. pages 1-M :10. Siace will not permit Is to iadd tiae very flatiering reiarks of this gentleman. .la al V one at nil :aci:anittied witla athe sub Ject can ot hielp perceivintg the pecailiar a ta pationata if these inierals to the disordurs abaa prevail at the South. ITle Propritioaar ca only superadd his de !erunaonto mia1et patronag- by ai uailinelh aig tatuliition to the wants, wishies and cown horas of his visiters. ']'fit- Sprinms are now.ahnd will be thronIght #aut the yvear, open for the aeconiauodationa af iravellers. .1 ()._. W. I lM PTON, Proprieaor. Catawba Sptings. larch 1. 183S. c 14 Mii EHIFF'N NALE-S. iaaTrns lIiarri-aca, is hI aiay Shinitz. ) mthear laait~ ....,I aY. vs IIvry Shiitz. m-.4. hshindrvarians.. EF.eentions4 u an . thet.t. aidat in thae ahorei statea a m... .1i14 i 1te writtien 'aonsaen4t oh all the partias m ie. ill he I'rierty, on Tue-day the d fof Alay at. it :a1tld tle dhay 6h,lt.i i ll, int the Towi of li~nhrnution 1UTS improved anld uni,1 rw i l h :eail TonIia :I glta,nhrg-and tw"Notad hby that- D iana-atill. Illrv Sliultz.-The Shentunusium.aaaaaa-,< toi til- publbe latt lf is adi ised ,,h-,st th- p sjitit aer : t al. sale n% ill abitain gtood, 'ltc-t a l aal puta alt. titles- aid thev w ill get :al t a.-: tite-, that it as aun ullicer ot' ihe laiw. an llgally gVia Terina- uf Sale, Caulh. W.1.I. MOSS.s. S. a. -~ -. c13 Sollill Carolina, 1.1 1)81E-'I ElD1 DISTRICT. IN TlE COMMON PLE.; S. 14-1 JAMla I ti. %.4~ ArTACaaIa aNT, William ('Cook- ) Assesseit-r. T I 11: Plaititifin thisease havinag o a the IItA day of lecemb-r. 1637. filed his declara ition inl thte Clerk's (rlice. and4 the liefi'iidant havin-ag no Vife or Attorney, known to be in thi-a Stat-, aipin whom a copy of the said declaration iay ie -a-i ved: Therefore ordared. thiat the said deldant do apliaraund iaaike hit delintce within a year aitid a da flroi tha iliaag oh ait saitd dec.I-a rtiona aar hinail :aiia asoalaute jaaudg-eent wvill be hiorthada aawardied toa thea said PIlainatil GF.ORlt:i PO)li, c. C. P. it14 (Of !""IllLii (Caroillia. I N '1I11E CO31.1I0N P'LE2 AS. ('hleas Sproumli. Aduaan'r oaf Daey i:. laipford,. dtr'd vs. .' A-rr.cite nm r, Jaaaaes i )ional. ) Astasirsa. TU I Ul. Plaintt i ini lhis caise hiav'intg, oni thae .E 20thai day ofC 31archi. I , tiledl hiis decia titata ii i ir, ased talhet detheanant leavaita iau ii iie or mataarne, knownva to lbe ini thtis Staie. aapona wheutt a a-oply eat the declarataiaani wi ta spareaitd taa'ih-r aif t' ttmr: andolarseda thiereon,ean Ibe 'a-rv u-t: Thaerear'-atrdired, ihaat ihie sad Jtanaes lIon. tahl dat tappetar tanda aaake hais deIf-nee withinu a year :aand a dlay fromaa at. ilba of ihe dec'ulartioni tas :aoesad. r tianal anda ;iabsahaaae jnaeguna.ait will bae hora gal gin an d aw. arde-d agtuainst lhim. JAV W~lUDLAW, c. c. a. ('lrk' ile . I Ith .Ahayi J..-. 15 T[ li E subaier fromta the inaaportunaitis -I oaf his frieaads, ias~ cnhidahed so fiar to iesaaaae te pri'actice of his proifetssiona, tas to 'I ittnd tat till callsi. ini Churonte Disr',uses. A - ltaon thI ese, hei wiail a.etioni ar atieta arlyv Serafuaii air Kmai's livilI. C~taaer. Dlise-aseal 31 ,aiianane, C hraonaie Maire I ,as. ke. Adldress I I1X L CA1LUl-i(.-l.E, Pari's P'. (J., Edagehield 1)is.. S. C. A$'i l'i ggBi'gt tg1ge ,I I LL! lie let tat the pltace to thec low.. est iddr, hiabialdinag ofl a New Brilde ;acros~s Tuirkey~ Creek, liev's Foardh, aon I he riadi leiadsing fromaI llatmbirg to Li berty liill Iona the udi daty onf .1ine naext. Iliy oarder aiofI the tiCaommissionears, J. B. fl03M1S, Sec'rv'. State oft Souithi 'ar'olina. JOlIN B l..\LO(CK( ialls haelbire mue one S ea rtay laour yaears oild II I Il".' -'.1, wit hi atat horais, ark'ead with a crop ani split ina ate left etar tandt siw allohw 1 brk ini the aightr, color real-apprai-tad t, Ioturteena dollars alias 28th A pril, 1838S. Li-AWIS IhOLMIE S, J1. Q. Mlay 10,1. 3 e~~ 14 NOTICE. A L1.. Persaons indeb-ltead to thae late! ('harles Tfhasaia, ala'aetsead. tare regnsteda~a to nmake iay~aa'narad iiitall pearsonas htivinig demiandls against aa- he-etalt a stajl decea'ase~d tare ren e.ted to lire. seaat themai daily :attested. JAS. I". ADA M8, Notice. I 1.L. paers-ons having aany deandstt againrst that iFiatate of G1. Anderson. Sent.. decemased, ao regniestaed to present them. tand thaose indeb-te~d tao nkepaymatwithin thaa timapicibdb lawA.