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From the Ciarleston Courier.
PRIuSM.urTIM. S-r.rteSTIcs.-Accord ing to Ile comleitIxion1 of Ile State ele tiins in ll several States. they stand ar rayed as follows on the P'residential hquies tron. FOR GEN. IIARRISON. Connelctlt, 8 23 R1hude Island, 4 Louiiniina, 5 Kentucky, 15 ldiana., 9 Vermont, 7 North-Carolina, I Mlainle, 10 Delaware, 3 Mlaryland, I0 Georia, il New Jersey. 8 --128 FOR MARTIN VAN BUREN. New Haupshire, 7 Alabama, 7 Illinois, 5 Missouri, 4 South-Carolina, 11 -34 States yet to rote,-.or not asccrtaind. New-York, 42 Ohio, 21 Mlassachusetts, 14 Pennsylvania, 31) Misi.ssippi, 4 Tlennessee, 15 Arkansas, 3 Michigan, 3 --132 294 The following nrrangemlent of States Voul make a tie between the candidates, and tbrow the election into the louse of Representat ives. FOR VAN BUREN. New lampshire, 7 New York. 42 Penns.ylvania, 31) Virinia. 23 Sont h-Carolinia, Geor!!ia, 1 Alabatna, 7 Mississippi, 4 Arkansas, 3 Illinois, Mlissouri, 4 117 FOR IARRISON Maine, 10 Vermont, 7 Connecticut, 8 Rhode Islantid, 4 Nev Jersey, 8 Delaware, 3 North-Carolina, 15 Louisiana, 5 Tennessee, 15 Kentutcky, 15 Ohio, 21 Michigan, 3 Indiana, 9 .Marrvland, 1) Massachusetts, 14 147 Change the places ofGeorgia and Maine niud Gen. 11arrison would have 148 votes, the least number necessary to elect him. Change lhe places of Georgia and Ten nessee, and Mr. Van luren would have 150 votes, two more thun necessary to elect him. Let Georgia and Virginia change ph; ces ith Ohio antd Tennessee, and Mr. Van Buren would have 1-19. one more vote than necessary to elect him, We regard it as now tedluced to a cer ztinty that Gen. liarrison will be elected. if he obtains either New York or Ptenn sylvania, and! that Mr. Van luren cannot he electe:l. withIout obtaining New Yoerk, Peninsylvania Virginia aud Ohio, crTe nessee in place of either of the lat ter t wo, From thec Concord N. Ii. Piatriat. HUNTING A NEGRO. Our villiage was thrown itnto confusion otn Tuesd ay last. by t he esca pe atnd subseqjuet capture of a runaway slave. Not, howev er, by those "monsters in human form," " Slavehiolders," nor yet " Pro-Slavery Not thernaers,"but by veritableAheolitinists, who are as they term themselvs, the "ex cltisive friends of the poor troddten down slave." The slave hats beeni harbored or rather confinted here for a few days past. and is supposed to lie one of the gang re cently landed in the vicinity of New bury port, anid who are now prowling aboutt the woods there, greatly to the terror of the female portion of the community. If' we believe the Abolitionists, lie is to be sent towards Canada. as soon as sufticient tmon - ey andl clothing can he furntished for the purpose. Meantime, if the assertions of our most respectable citizens are worth any thing, he is forc*ed to submit to a dlrudg ery here, compared with which thte tyran ny under which he suflered beyond the P'ootrac, is not a ciretnmstantce. The con duct of the slave confirms this. Actions speak louder than words. Otn the above nmentionred day, he esca ped fromt --durance vile," atnd taking the road over the F~ree Briedge, ran for the woods, wvas purstied, captnred and placed in a wagon to bre brought back. The noys of Preeridentce aire iniscrultable. When wah-t in one mile oif the vilh~tge the carriagve was upset, one of the menci severely injtured, the horse came dashing at full speed into the village with thte four wheels of the wagotn, and the slave again took to his heels. Hle fled with the speed cf the frightened deer, but with far less dliscretiont. lie made tracks across the imierval towards the village, purstued by all the metn attd hoys who could be induced to join in the choese; wvas re-capttured, collard bty the edi tor of the HeIrald of F'reedomt, antd drag ged throiugh the streCets to the Abolition Hlead Quarters, wvhere it was said lie was tied tup in a barn. with a rope. P'oor devil, he mtay feelitngly exehitim --save tme fromtt my f'riendtes." 1t is said lhe wished to get back to his mtaster, realizin~s probabhly fur the first lttle the truthl oft the' 'onplet. flTis better far to hear ther ills wee feelI, Tihan fly to others that wre know not Elf." His captors arle that clhiss of A bleitioun mentuts, &c. &c.-T'he consistency of their course, to say nothtinug of the right thust tl huarbeor a man conutrary to the laws of the latnd. or to dletaitn himt agauinst his own wishes. passetht oulr comprehenioun. "liut there are man~y things in hteavetn and carth., not dre:tmecd ofl in outr philosophy.', From the Soullacrn Cabind. G REIN CROPS AS A MANURE. %In. F DrTrp:-Located as my farm is, so near tin it. and thertbre, having limi ted pasi're, it is imposiblle ito keep ihrougi t e wiiter, except at great ex pense, a stock of cattle of sutiicient itmti her to furnish any consideraible quatily ot 11m1an1ure; and y-ou ilay well jwdge of the labor and expewnse .al*han lint i mannre frioin the ciiv tip my Wia, when flor each loal a icam will have to travel from six to eight iiiles-conisequitently, i have been led to iniik verv seriously on the subject oif grern crop as a manure. and to make some few experiments on the 'Wbjeer. At present. I ,hall coifiie myself to my experiment " iih the sw(i-putato, i rot decidedly more valuaale, inl my opilion, to the sunthernl- 'tates, than any liter whiclh canl he cultivated. The results I have hastily thrown together. Early in Ocober. I slectled a piece of ground cotaininV one acie o\& a half, from which a crop of hay had been jist taken, and which iad been deeply pl!odgiheti over in order to turn tinder us iuch of the siihible as possible. I sowed down this piece of ground with rye, ;i the rate of six pecks to iit acre, anl intnedimately har riowed it in. About the first ll April, 'he rye having attained ;an average height 4of t'o.t and a ha1.111 feet, it was isted down,, awd frorly-fnie horsecart loads of Co)po)1st mn;iaure fron tile cattle-pen were spread to the acre in the list, ail he ground liedded nd ltiied wiih cut brii stone poinies. They caie ty beautiful ly. but owintg to ilte excessively vet season Which ensuied. th-y becaie very grassy, anl it was with considerable dillitilty that the crop is at length Clennted wad laid liv. I con meinced digging them albout the first of Auigust lor Market; they, then turned out tie bushel basket to the taik row ofone hundred and live feet. On the fir-t September, I saw one buinhel anid a half dug th lie row. (O the Ilth, two hiusihei and title peek, and ott the 15th. four rovs were dIg., friom which ten hnth els were g-athered. miakiog iwo buhkel and a hailfta Iihe row. or tw o hundred awal telt bushels, LIniless we have ai a arly frost. This is the result of my second year's ex periment. Before using- green manure, I couhl never make a cropl of roots which would pay the expeise of ;lantinm, work ing, and :athring, alihog plainted ol the same kind of land and :itended in tile same mnner. My potatoes have been ;1ndl ate still expose;d for sale in the nar ket daily, aind I think equal in bize to any that I bave seen this year. As the season is at hand for slowing rye. f trust you will lie able to induce somie of your friends to iry the experiment. -siml cottittuniicate the resuh. This yenr I shall endeavor too tes.t tie value of rye with some oiber ropis. I thiink it judicious to aidd one oth r re mark for the use of those who may lie dis posed to try the experinent. In my rx perience, the suleriority of S-imitkern rye seed over tie Nothernt. has been filly developed. The Soithern rye continues to grou- up steadilv all the winter like oats, whereas the Nortern will remain spread in g on tle grouind. nod not looi ny uilit February. Should you feel disposed, you tmny make what use of this comtmunica tion you think proper. J am very respeciflAily, Your moist oiedt serv'r. 'CnIAs. W111. SIMO.N S, Charleston Neck, Sept 161h, 16-U. Abolition Insolence.-Mr. S. M. Gates. : F' 'ederal A bolition Wi- member ofCn gress frot New York, has lately Lad the im prudlem intsolenc'e to frank to Govrnor Mcle[onald of G'ear::ia, Gaov. P'olk~ of Ten-. -lesee, and Gtav ilagby of Alabamta~, in cendiaryj Abolitioni ahienmtents fromu lthe World's Convemtiion of Alioiitioniists hel in Englanad ini Jutte jasi. A greater and more inisulting outrage has neveir heeni af feted to the Stouth, itatn this attemp)t of a Northertn W~li~ ig ember of Ctongrtess to dlisseminlate tihe incetndiar'y puiblicaiins ol a foreign Coniveintion auciaciously interfer iatg wviah our instilutians and rights. Thte outrage is aggravated by the facet of its he ing commnitte'd through the instrumetnttity oaf an A merican Congressman. who has so far forgottn his stationt, ats to lenid haim self as ani instrumtient to foreignt interined (tiers, and apptropriate the fraking privi leges of his otflee to snach pupss The honorable geetiemann has received from the Governors above mntione~d, sctttchitng ne hiukes fotr his insulent conduet, that wvill give him a lesson on interfering wvith Soauthent Rights 'shicha he will probably remember. --W'esternt Carolinian. A Fact For the People.-Let it be ire. membhered, that ait the last sessini of Coni gress. the Fcderal party, had a majorit3 tol all the Coummtittees, whose flany it is to investigate the expeniditures of tile dlifIereni Departments oif Gove'rnmentr ;-and after altlie ranting andl t camtaroh' that peslileni disturber Wise, atnd his fellowv viltifiers ol the Adinistationl, cocrnmiig extratva gance, corruiption :and n.aste of' the pubalic to comp jlami of, detected no tbuses to r'e form, anid no extraviaganen to bie coarr'ected. Th'iis is the result of' Feaderal investiga ton, wh len the ptarty hiiad fil powiVer taaex atminae. Th~le paeole r'emembier their chagr ges against the Government-all proven to be wholly false. Are they yet Io be be lieved in their cotiinted abnse aand misre pre-sentation) ? II'nest aten will admni thant they are niot.-Iesterni Carolinian. Disaidvantage of Whiskers.-A small v'es',eh was lately dliscoveredl rounding Key West. Alt the ment onl boardi were dis cove'redl wearinig tong, htushy, black nt bisk ers' the al'irtm w'as iuntediately givecn ithiat they were Pirates. Shet w'as boardted by thae'Otseen, aitd all on bioat'd wvere contdue ted utnder a guiard of' Mairines~ to the Court ilonse at Key W~et, whten aipamn inavestiga. tion, they prmovetd to lie a partry of New Orleans fatshitionble naentlemehn. whIo we're retuttrnaing from ta leaasnre tiip to a le Bit hamnias. Cut oti'yo ur whiskers.- Cahutcba ihmocz'rat. Baltimore City ElecIt.-At an etee titan held itt Baltiamore on the 1 9th inast. for Mayot anid Aldetrmen, thle Democnrate suicct'eede in electiaag their' Mayor by 23 trajority, and a majority of the metmbers 0rCotuncil. A C'orn Meal Rusk.-Among the many delicacies in the form of bread which ren der the crjovicnt of breakfast soaccepta ble we know or notIC more deserving of' no tice than the one prepared ly the foullowing recipe: Take 6 cupsful of corn meal, four of wheat flour 2 Cup)sful of molasses, and two toable spoonfuls, of sa/xraitus, (pearl ash.) sIix the whole togetlber ad knead into da;;hg, then make two cnke; hake tI nihem ai you wotld gone. for three-fourihs of ao hour. amd vo will have one of' the most g'raeful lescriptions of bread that ever graced the table.-Parmner and Gardener. Poatoe Sfarrl.-To make this valuna. b.le Starch. Wash the Iiotaloes and crate thetinto water, for which laiter purpose, a large tin greater should he obtained;t then t-hennit the rrfiuse pieces, if anly, with the hand, and sirain lthe whole of the water in whichi li! potnoes have been grated thro' a thi oarse cloth or a fine seive, and a terw;krd frequently put ont and pour fll' water. nitil it comes clear from the starch. whieb is alwavs allowed to setllIe or fall to tle bottnnin'f the vessel. in wvhich tie operation is performned. The reflse utilp, when taken froin the seive, possesse tile porpierty ol' clenusinag wuaoltens. wiitoit hurting their coloirs; ; aid the wvater Ioured of' from the starch pow der is excellen t for cleaning silks, without defacing them inl tile least. AuGU'TA. Oct. 29. Cotton.-The busine;s in lis article conmes roniifi ned to wO giagons. The re eeilt, duarii! the week reach about 800 hal"e,. nearly all of w ich was sold on ar rival. inl ite s'reel. prices ranging at ' rotm d2 to S1. The in uality of cotion cointitg to market c;n scireely he classed Liver pool fair, nn ad very litie cil be ela;-ed oveT it. The recent Irost. will proibal y inure the color of that which remainas itn the field. andi hart no doubt stopiel tfr I lrawth of the weed. We ginie as il! ex Tremes of the market for old nid new, 7 aS cenis-a lot of sitrictlv prime in nrIle Ii ba le-:, WoahI no dout bring 9 cetts, % e're it ill thie ai:arket. Er, jhange.--Tiere is tnot naeh deitahd at tle present ilie for nirthilern exc-h;tnge. nn-I the asking rate at the present titme is -lIe. pinrem. for sight cheeks on New Yurk. lla11uuno Oc: 31. Our Cotron Market hi'; week tended downward. but brisk at prices raiging ron 81 to 81 celts:. A choice plarter's brand brought9 cenit. The large luanti v t that has arrived withain t hiis time, had but little cll'ect toward a check upon pri ce-t our mreliants readily ieeting it at qtti oIS. We need nliot expect the m ar ket lo have an upaward lendenry until the loom pased a any..whnich now hang over lih- Eu ropean imarkrs. Other articles of Alerchatnlise and pro. duce we refer to prices etrrent. I'rci'ghs.-To Savannah bv river 81 per hale for colol, ChIarltolin"i, per Rail Rond, 23 eis. per 10) lbs, fIor wqale. and 35 cents for round hales. By boats, nune ufl'erintg. Erchan.n.--We quote, lechanie's Bank, (Aungusta Ga.) on New York, at par for specie, aid 4 per cent premitmti for Georgia.specie payiig banks, and Charles ton and lianburg S. C. Notes, IIY1ENEAL The Silken tie that binds /fro Cilling hearts. .lAILtlIED, Ott the 15th tilt, hay the Rev. Mr.I Dnt ighat, Wa~. I lenry Hatey', Esq . of'Jell'er stot cotauty, Gai. to~ Miss F~ranaces II., <biu'hterof Col. Wthfitley, of'Be.ch fIland, S. C. T lE Friendis of Majoir A. Jontes;, an liniinnee htim a; ;i Canididate f'or the ualicee of' Ta'x Collectoir. N uv. 2, I810. i -40 T IE Frienids of Majoar Johna Qiantihe. hnmitt, annotunce himt as a Cantdid-ate I for Tax Caillector. Oct. 2(G, 1840 i f 39 State Oft South (Car olinai. EDGEFIELD) DIS'lICT. BJY OLIVER TOWVLES, Esfinire, Ordi nEDaary of Edgefiehl IDisirict. Whereas l)avid Stuhmaker hiathi tiapl to mie for Letters oaf Adinaistrationa. on tall and .sinignir ite i.nods aml chiattie's, righlt'; ad credaits of Jiames; W. Stahm:1ker, it ofi the Dis trict ifres:aid. dieceaised. These are, therefore, to Cite iad admiti .<hil all and singuilar, the kindreda aind credlitars of the staid udeceasedpto he anid appaear befoire: me, t oir next Ordinory' Caourl for the staid lthstrict, to he hlfdeni at E*dgelield Coralt Ilionse oil the 16th dayv of Nav., toa shosw enllse' if aily, whay the said Admuiniistritiont shutld not1 b grianted-' Given nuder may hanttd anid seni this 4thl day of Noavembfer. one thlousandia ighit huntidred un'ld f'orty, :taid in thle sixty-lifth yar of Alamerican it depeindenzce O. TOW Ll-ES, 0. E. D. Niav. 4,. 1840 (. 12A) h 40 PUBLIO SALE. IL~7 L lie sold aan 'Tuesdahty the 24th inist., aTIt the laite re'sideance af. Jamieas Free-~ mniti, dece~ia'ed, all the P'ersanahl Propjerty con qising af'; l Neg roes. hlorses. AMnles, ittd stock of all kinuds, Caori & F~oadder, O.ni's & Wheat, also abot onlt hundred h.ites of Cottoin, ionse hital anid Kiaite Fturniitture. Mlay oilier arti cles; to" tediats to mencationl. Tertms made knowni on tile day of'safe. L. B & II. FR EEM AN, A dm'rs. Also at the starane titme and place, will lhe sold several valnieI tats of'htnd. containing in all abotit Founr Thiuo-:aid Five litnid red 'Aeres, imore or less of wvhich there are aboaut eight tar iine hundred of' liver lanids. Oni which there are at fine Grist Mill. and a goaid palace for a Saw Mill, sohl by the conisent oafthe hecirs. Nov. 4, 1540 *b 40 State of Southd Carolina. EIDG F IE LD DISTRICT. Smith & Crouch, v.. Cornelitts Rone, 1171L L lhe sold oat Thunrsdaiy the 10thiNovem-. VY b'hr. ut the Iato residentce of the Defeln datt thea faailowinmg property, viz: Onae gray Mare, Saddle anid Bridle, 011e WVuaaioninnd Geer, fonr stacks of Foadder.otie small sta- k of Oaaats, fily buashels of Corn, one pen of' Shnetaks, thirty five head of Hloga, seven hiead of Cattle. onea hat oaf Seeda Cotton. otte Chock, andi all the H ouisehold and Kitchen Fur niture. Terms, Cash. S. CIH RISTIE, S. E. D. . m.,,, m $1' b 4an Teachers Wanted. T H E Fxcellent Teacher who at prescn has clmrge of tonr School, liaving-e leclin ed remaining another year,. a genitlemn.ri wiell 1-ihfied to prepare youth faor the Junior Class ot'the S. C. College, is watted to take chm ge o the Edgefield Male Academy, firom the first (f January next. The Trnstees have leen desi. fons of proenring the services of a gentleian whip intends to make a professioi of te Iusi. nes of teuching; and the experience o1lthe pat Iuer years, tends to sire ngthen their convictions, thaiet it is only sich a Teacher, who is amnbitions oft acqiiring repnutation in his employment. that can establish ourclassical school upon n lasis promlising permaneni nsefuness. Also wanted from the first ofianuiary next. AN ENGLISII TEACIIER, who is perfectly competent to give instroction in all the brarches nseratly tauiit in nit Eg. lish School. Anoei these. a ihoron0hi kniowl edge of Ein.ag lish Grnimunr. Arithmatic, Geogra phy. and the use of the Globes are considereed indispeisable. To such gentlemen, as cart come well recomi mended, the Triutees venttre to promise per imaett employinent, aId geioo wages. W. BROKS. ChIairman of the Board. Edgefield, Nov. ,114 1 tf 40 PUBLIC SALE. T [I-, Suiscriber li irg liout o renmove. A'will offer flor sale, at public mocrv, on Saterday the 19th Deembetr next. a lot of Corn and Fodder. Peuse., owil, Iosrse. I Ii.gs. il Cattle, also lionsehold and Kitchen Freitucre. Terimes twelve tiorniis credlit, the pnrehaisers ,riving notes with two approved secmrites, with interest from date. SIDNEY 310111S. Nov. 2, 1840 g 4t) FOR SALE, T IE Silscriber onf'ers for sale! his hmise and lot in iheVilige of Edinefield, known y the .lansion Ifofnse; lately o'citpied by the !v. W. V. Dnn, nis a Tave!ri. The bmse is large and commiodlioni, vith every necessary cneot hrilir. Terms will lie made easy. toi i 1iproved purchaser. h'or forther partieilars eipir of* WM. BItUNSON. Near Dimitonsville. Nov. 2. 1840 t' 40 FPOUN D. V this District,n shmot t ime since. a !nsical Box and sotmietling~ else n rapped in pa pi.r. The owner et have the same by proi ing property, anid paving choarge's. Emptire of D. A. Crow, living nac:r Mlonnt viit.ae. Nov. 2. 140 C 40 Linsey Woolsey. Olt Sale a the Vaettlse Factory, a few F aleg of heavv and Superior l.itdsey, tor Nqe'grlo Clotlieng, inanifactiriud of excellent domestic wool. Nov. '2, 1:40 tf 40 Ladies Morocco slippers. I Warranted article, mity be fonid at the A. Cash Z% tore fbi 67.j cts. DOWD & MEIGS. Nov.3, 1840 tI 40 Mousseline de Laines. Suerior article for Lidies wiitcr dresses A f~i ae .rchcco 1-y DOWD & MEIGS. Nov. 3, 1P40 if 40 .er Colhs 6 ~Blankets A ' Iteduece. prices, cabe at the Casl Store DOWD & MEIGS. Nov. 3, 1840 11 40 Pleached & Brown Homespun, OiR Sale low at the Cash Store by DOWD & .M EIS. Nov. 3, 1 440 0t (0 Genitlemen's Kip & Calf' Boots 11 AY hen ha~d at the Crshm Store, fromt $,5 I.LE to $4J,5t). Call arid look at themu. DOWD & 3MKIGS. Nov. 3, 15.10 it' 4t0 Cheneie Shawls. 4 Beauitifuel article, fir sale law at the Cash .1Store liv DOW~D & 31E1(08. Nov'. 3, 1.40 i' 40i Aduminitrator's Nod ice. ''7 IL.L hee rei.ted, at .eMrs. Mary SNtrumi': V ( widiow) house. in Saturday the 14th instmat. feir the ensrning yeacr, five plaintatioris, beeloingirng to the E-state oft Wmr. Sterum. see. dleceasede. Note ande appfroeveed security will be rcquiire'd. W.M STf(U.\l, Adm'. Noev. 2. 184f0 h 4ff EI)U eFIIEL.D IDISTIRICTI. 1Ien'try e Stne, A1 pplientt, vs T1hiomias Sritctned i thiere. D~efendamiiiS. T IApprleirin.'t to tm; i alfetiotn. I ha .UAhnter Stonie, I .e'vy .1 ur:baen and w1sif'e Sally, two of' lie Defteien t, itn the abeove st neled1 ease. resde bwenud the limnil of' this State. it is therne'f~re rde'red, thact they dot uplpeai red objeet to the dli'ision, oc sale', eof the real estatea ol' .lesse Stuone, de' eeed, on it het'fre ithen first iAl oinhty in Fe'bruiary tie , (18.11.) or their coet' will be encteredl of' re'cordl. Nov 3. 18.1) ~ 5 'ab 40 Boots, Brmogans, &c. r hil h, Soubarr'i'Ler hias jest reei vedf, oni .EConsigtoenrt, cend will sell low lori cash, oi'ri n hort lttme to punetctual cus. towers, viz: Otne ense Senl skin lioots, One ude Brogans, aced 3G,000 Cigmrse. J. 0. II. FO RD. First door bi lono Ihubbard's' liotel. Ilambhur'g. Ocet. 27, if' 40 Not see. T lIE Sublscribeer Imcs dlispeesee hiii Stock od e eonis. taied tukes itiucle ple'ccsnre in re coinnneninitg to bis oldlUrstomieers, anda/el others. his sucrncesors, Alessrs, Doewd & 3leigs, wheo will tra;..sact biess on thie true plan, which if' Ine hadf' peursede. woucld leave saved mee the trihle of niow calling loudly ont all ofl fcienids tel comte firward, aned pay up. If'they de it, welhl; if not,. cost umust comce. C. A. DOWD. Oct. 20. 1840 tf 38 NOTICE. A PPICATIONS wvill be nmado to thce Le gislature of'tis State', at the neext sessioni to vest thce title~ of' the State to any escheeated estatie of the hce Ccl Chcrisiane Breithaurpt. itn Susaen llreithiauplt arid Ossian Gregory. eer one if thceme, ared teo vest thce title of' the State to any eschcentedl estate of the late Margaret Clark undie Davidl Clark in the cheildrene or grcndch'ildren of thic said Mcargaret, or seine of them. Sept. 1840'3m3 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. S lephcn Terry and In Equity. wif-, and others. vs. Tandy Burkhalter. Purtition. IOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an order lrom Chancellor Johioin, I shall offier fhr salc to the highest bidder, at Edge. field Cunrt House, on the first Monday ie De. etmliber next, the real estate of John Burkhal. ter, late of Edgelield District, consisting of two tracts if land.ns fohllows, viz: one tract where. on the deceased resided. sitiate in Edgefield District, on the n aters of Beaver-Dam Creek, waters 4f Turkey Creek. &e., conaniniug one thousand and eighty-eiglt acres. (more or less,) Mnd adjoini.gr lands of John lollingsworth, Caleb Tully, Perrin Jones, and Mrs. - Jones : the other traet, situate on the said Ben. rer Dam Creek, ct'itainting tui o htimdred acres (more or I ks.) and ndjoinii. the flotner tiact, and lands of the said Jhn Hollingswt-rth,John Sitmkintund teride'Tmm.nd. iThesaid trucks ti be sold separately. onl a credit of one nnd two vetrs, excel4t so minch as mty he ne. cessaty to pay the costs. which imust ie paid in ieSh. The pirchasers to give bonds and per sont seenrity, aid a mortgage of the premises to secure the purchase tnnmiv. J. TEIRRY, c. E. E. D. Commissinner's Ore, Edgifd, Kor. 3, 1?40 $7 12.1 e 40 Private & Transieut Eoardiug' BY MRS. EDI'ARD 11'. COLLIER. S IIE has taken Mr. Curtis' briek buil ding. immediately opposite Messrs. lently & MleCor's Grocery Store and MIessrs. Stovall. Simmons & Co.'s Ware. house, w hoe site will necommodate a Ifew regular Boarders, or any of'tercountry fritts wht may please to call otn her. Families fromi thecuntry catt here.have retirement, attil yet be cunvenient it) busi iess. Atustia, Ga. Oct 20, f 40 The Milledgeville Joirnal and Edgeiv-rl Advertiser will copy the above for six weeks GLOBE HOTEL. AUGUSTA GEORGIA. ' H E tmierignel, lWe of'the 3lerhrnts llotel. Chaile-ton. (S. C,) niould itform his frie.ds m.d the public ltit he has take.n the above 1lotel. and is now ready to accotmmoditte those Who mVay fivor him witll their patronage. lie will m.3ke no liust of what lie will do, fur ther thanm to sav, that htis tables will be furnislied %% ith the best Ih markets aliord. and the estat lslim-nt rece.ive his persomd attention anid if thosm who call on him once are not satisfied w ith his hill of' f1 ie and accintntodations, he will not solicit them to call again. WILLIAM GOSS. Atugusta Gnt. Oct. 22. 1e40 d 40 Tl.e Edrefithil Adviettiser, Greenville Mont tainieer, Coitshia Somth Carohnitiian, and 31il ledgeville Stodurd of Union, will copty tihe above weekly flour times, and send their hbills fbr pavitentto W. G. PUBLIC SALE of Land and Negroes. W 1 LfL be sold at the longe of the Subscri ber,on Fridity before the. 4th Suntday itl November next, (heing the 20thl.) two tracts of lind adjoining D. D. Brmnson. Frantci Wood, Wit. Itison.' Esq1. nid 11. Dnnttton al others, it also takes in the Cross Roads lead ii!g liom Ed4igelield Couri ionse to \bbevdile nine miles frot te former plnce. It is as got as any stand in the ttp-contrtry. for a Ptblic lonee, or Store. The above tracts will bt sold on a c-redit of oin and two venri. Th p1uirchasers giving Note and two ap'iovei seen Sties. Also. at the sanme tim-w and place, will be st six imdrmed butsliels of Corn it qintitv of Fod der. three Negroies, tiree hforses. otte'ox cart two oxens,. one horse cart. fifty hted.i of cattle flo', Shee-p &c.Innl manv ;her articles to( tedions to mettioi. Ternm, for the Ne.ries Prodmc-. & c. tmade known on !he: dav of sale The above property is so'd for a divisi'ot. CilARLES PRICE, JUIIN PRICE. Ocrt. 17, lIa40 e 39 Land for Sale. IOFFER :tt privitte sale twvi hiutdred atn, thirty eigh~t necres of lktiml atdjoiin.g latnd n Dr.. Jmhn Log~anm.nn td the Rocky Creek chu.rcl three, miles from thmis plnce. nhont tnint v .nere. oft is itt enIt ivat iotn. the' banlam-e is tiinhmerei latndi and is of good qttaity for thne icultre e cotton or ptro.stns. Urcitwimi ~ JO! IN McCLELLAN. II Tte'UiL E A F KOith smhm.-cribmer onm the night ofC the 7th inst. a B.\Y MAll E, lhot I.5 htand~s high. tsa rked as followvs: riehtm hitmi thatn whmite fas fhr iy as iot lock, her tieck ont samte .-ide, b t." at wvhiten spomt ohf un irs, sttppolsedl to b'e cans ed! by a bruise; trots very lust, and when takei awaty was ii goiiod order. A rewamr.:i'f FIl"TYI DOI.J..-fRS iiill be given ih. r the~ thuief'atnd marte. so thati he mtay be b'rough~t to jttstienm with fpromf to convwici; i'm aniy interman~tion re-lpectiti. the mare alone witl be thnr.ukily receivedt, atnd all reasonable costa paid byvthesubtsciber. WILLIAM CROZIER. IOct. 12. c :Is. timues and forward their bill for piayttmt. Wv. C. IS00 U S'k(A'. Tfli EI cnptrttnershtip heretolbre existinig lie twen M31itchell & Ranse:1. disstilvied the is dutly a ntiormsted to set tle the busintess of tht fate Iirm;: all paersotns itmlebhtd tot tns will tiake innuiait piaymtent to Gett. W. Mitchell. (ex cmapting tose. who will lbe otherwise ntotitled,) amti those hatvimg claitms naintst rte firm, wiill presenut themn to G. WV. Mitchell fotr lignidation. GEO. WV. MITICIIIELL, M. A. R A NOM. Oct. d 38 P S.-G'eo.WI. Mitchell atay be frotimd at his stotre 2.1 tmiles above Cairomlost Utlice, ntear the line of Edigefield and A bbeville Districts. Thte Edgefierld Advertiser will give the above fleur inisertinis and forward their bill to G. W. Notice, 'I1E Guardian oft Elija Tredhaway ICautions atll persins f'romu trading~ with himt. lIe ha~s left my house, [ amntb recspontsibtle for his idebts. PELEimAHI WILLIAMS. Se pt. 19, 1840. tf :38 VIRGINIA NEGROES. For' Male BYi. T- GOLDSMITH, Agent. Ceniter Street Hamburg; S. C' Oct.19,1840. d 38 The Etdgefield Advertiser-andi the Angtustn Constittiontalist. (weekly) will publish tihe a hove for one. mnontth, and send thteir acconts to this Office for payment. V N 1E Ilinnhttes~ of ithe Edgefiehl Baptist As sociatin for this year, are ia the Clerk's Office for delivery. ()et 12, 1840. New Fall and Winter DRY GOODS. JO1N 0. B. FORD has received a 0 full assortnent of New and Fiashiona ble Dry Goods, to which he is daily receiv ing additions, which will be sold whole sale or retail, at prices that cannot rail to please all who may do him the favor to call, such as Wool-dyed, black, coloured, and mixed Cloths, Wool-dyed, black, coloured and mixed Doe skin Cassimeres, Black, blue and mixed Sattinett, 6-4 Caslmeretts for Ladies Cloaks, Kentucky Jeans, from 374 cts. to 1 25 Kerseys, Linseys, Country Cloths, Pad dlings, & C. Welsh and Scofiela patent Flannels,. (warranted not to shrink,) White-, green, yellow & scarlet Flannels Green Baize and Floor Cloths, Bleached & unblen hed Canton Flannels S-4 and 9-4 Dut1il Blankets, Rase do 11-4, 12-4 and 13-4 Whitney do 300 ps. American Prints, fron8 to25cta. 100 ps. Manchester do, from 25 to 3-4 50 ls. extra super London 7-4 do; the finest imported, 4-4 French do, all new styles, and se lectled from lalest imporiations, 3-4, 7-8 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 brown and bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, Black and colo'ired English and French Merinos, Black, col'd, printed and embroidered Monslin ale Laines, Black, printed and scarlet Metino, plain andl enbroidered Thibet, Prussian, Nett Wool, Taglioni Cassimere, Camels Hair, Filet, spun Silk, Da mask Satin andi Broche Shawls, Black Silk and Plush Mantillas, Alarseilles, Cashmere, Swansdown, Va lentia, Woollen Velvet, plain and figured Satin and English Vestings, Lyons extra super black and blue black Vel vet, Black Takhv Velvet. Liten Caamirie and Long Lawns, Check stripo and plain Cuambrics and Muslins, Check stripe and plain Swiss nod Book N uslins, B1irds-eye, Rnssia and Cotton Diapeis. 6.4, 7-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Table Diapers, G-4, 8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 while, brown & coloured Damask Table Covers, French Napkins and Towels, crask Dowlas. &c. Scotch, Manchester and Domestic Ging ham s, hrown and black Holland, and Irish Linens, Cambric and furnitura Dimety, 7.8 anal 5-4 brown Drillings, A variety of striped and colored twilled Cw:tons, Methuen, Dorchester and Shetucket Ticking, Cotton, welt) and nett Suspenders, Cotton and silk Gum Elastic do WV hite,, brown, hlack, blue, mixed, slate and Miarinn-cnloured cotton Hose, and half Hose, Black and coloured worsted and spuu Silk Hlose, and half Hose, Black and colonred Cashnere, Maora vian and English Silk lose, Pongee. Flag, Silk, Bandana and Linen Cambria! Hamlerchiefs, Flag. Damtaask and Spitalfield Twilled lannkerchies, Printed, Flag. 31adrass and Verona Cot ton do. Gentletmetn's Silk, Kidl, HI. S.. Buck, Litned Berlin, Cashinere and Wool Ien Gloves, Ladies' Kid, IH. S., Cashmere, Filet end Long Lace do. n bite, black & colu red do. Mlisses and Hiovs do, A protn anda lFurnitanre Checks & Plaids, Merinao. 51pun Silk and Cotton nett Shirt atnd Drawers, Laties' (N. Yaark oily madle,) Kid Slip 1,ars, anda Infants Shoes, Victoria Skirts. Corsets. Busks & Stays C:totn andl Chtinelle Coral, Silk Coat coral and Coat hitnding, Gauze, Giro deC Nap, changteable Silk andl Hertnani Drese[ Handkerchtiefs, Black. Filet andl Dowat Smitn Scarfs. Black anal white Filet and Love Veils, Black h~ohhinett and H amilton do Grecen, black atal white Gauze do Blk atnd green 4-4 silk wire nett, for dlo Black and white Italian Crape, Velvet, T Taa, Lutestring, Ganze Cap, Plaid Bonnet attd Satin Ribbons, 1000 piieces Paper Ilangiugs, 25 dozen patm leaf Hloods, Super Florence Braid and French De von Bontnets, Coloured Cottages and French Rutlands 50 Rleamas ofl Cap and Letter Paper, ruled, hated, blue laid colouretd &c. Printing Paper supplied on short notice. ant laowest rjatesa, flomeoric Gin k,,,nch Gingihams nd Silk llhnbrellas, Turkey Read Drapemy, for Curtains, Ball Twist, Sewine Silk, Pat tent anal'Spool Threadl, Combs, Pins, Needles, H-ojks anal Eyes, Buttnns, Knives, Scissors, Razors, and Stra ps, Pocket Books, Wallets, Silk anal Eead Putrses antd Bags, and Timbles, WVauch Guards, and French Baskets, Bosaoms, Caollairs. anal Cravats, P1.ain andl trimmted Satin Stocks, Petncils anal Points, Qatills, Steel Pens, Cloth, Ilat, Nail, Tnotht, andi Shoe' Brushes, Braials, Tapes, Ferreting and Binding, Gialloons, Hecad Ribons, &c. Suspender ends, and Pant. Straps, Fluted Perens~iann Caps, Taoys, Perfumery, &c. &c. With almtost every kind anid variety of Fancy Goods, for sale at retail or by the qaatntioy, to smit purchasers. E very article named is entirely new, and the Fancy Goods of last fashionis. Many are rare, to be particular is impossib!e The choicest Goods the country all'ords, and the hest assortment ever offered in this market, and as good as in any other, at the lowest ptrices, is the only itnducetment he has to oli'er the public, and the best re turn he can make his former customers for their liberal patronage. Store New Brickc Building, first door below Hubbard's Hotel-. Hiamb'rC. S. C. Oct. 29., 1840 tf 40