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Oaxsoriauao, Aug. 9. f Messrs. Editors :-lIlavinig seen In your I paper last week. an account of the accident which happened on the rail road between Branchville and Orangeburg, calculated to mislead the public and do injustice to v those who have charge of tb repairs of that I rod, I have taken some pains to examine r the spot where it occurred, and ascertain c all the facts connected with it, and have no u hesitation in saying that the passengers f wereentirely mistaken in supposing that r it was caused by the lpreading of the tim- n bers (planks) of the plantation bridge, or I road crossing. The flange o' tle wheel of I the locomotive mounted on the rail near a the centre of the bridge, and the wheels left ' neither rail until they were entirely clear a1 of the bridge, and could not possibly have I touched the planking. The farm bridge % or road crossing of a few planks spikcd a to the cross ties between the rails. even if they had spread so much as to touch the rails, could not possibly have caused the accident. Neither was it caused by the spreading. or any derangement of the track, for that has not been touched, and t is now as good as when !aid. It was ow- ' ing to this portiou of the track being in such good order that the locomotive with I an unusually large train of about twenty I burden cars besides the passenger train) I was proceeding at its usual rate of twenty b miles an hour. I have examined the en- V gine, and could see no indications of the butting block having struck the plankin:; of the bridge, as some have supposed. It is true, part of the frame of the butting block is broken off, but that was done on C another part of the road at a former time. t At the time I examined the road, it F would be impossible, from the appearance d of the ground, to form any judgement as to 11 the immediate cause of the accident; but 11 I have no hesitation, from all the informa- d tion I can collect, in concurring with tile statement of those who had charge or the r train, that it was caused by a piece of tim- " her inserted, by design, between the plan king of the bridge and the rail, in a manner Y as to throw tie engine off the track. This is the first accident that has happen ed to the train which hits regularly made 4 one or two trips a day for upwards of thir. a1 teen months, running a distance of about c 20,000 miles without interruption, exce pt one week after the great flood last spring. A SUBSCRIIE-R. c Extract of a leuer to the Editor. datred. I LODI, S. C. Aug. 6. 1811. 11 On Wednesday evening the 2Sth ult.. tb this neighborhood was visited by one of i the most destructive storms that I recollect ever to have witnessed. Iletween the b hours of 3 and 4 o'clock, tiwo clouds rose. one in the West, the other in the North, i; and when they came together the most pro- a fuse torrents of rain detcended for about ' one hour, accompanied by wind, thunder and lightning. The daniage done to the b growing crops is immense; but the injury lands sustained by the washing rains, is, if ms possible, still greater. Many small farm ers estimate their loss at frot 150 to $2110, and I do not consider the estimation at till extravagant. A gentleman in this vicini ty had a valuable uegro woman killed by lightning during the storm.-Grecarille t -Motutainer, 13th inst. ___ ta W1observe-in our exzshange papem. a fc greater number or~itdrms, and deathts frmm lightning, noted than are usually nmet with. F We have had htere, during the last week, a very great quantity of rain, andl ithas bteen ft accompanied by wind and thiunder. In s some places the itnjaury t-u the crtops hta% been very considerable, and then river atmin creeks htave been high.-Penmdle ton Mis-.r .engecr, 13th inst.a Rail-road A4ccidets.-On Fr id ay ni;:ht a last, the cars on the Georgiar Itail lioad, te nearGreensboro,' ran over a tne::ro imanti belonging to Dr. Foster, of that townt,anid 'ii killed hitm instantly. c On Monday night', on the same road, a white man whose name we did not leatn it. was ran over by thme '~ars about 1.' mtile% ai below Camak. lie survived but a (Lw p hours. T1 Both these victims were iantoxiented, ail a had chosein the no id ,~ a pac of repos~e. hi Wfashington Netes. d Rain, Rain, Rain!-lt has rained atl-r most every day since or last, and somte times very heavily. Yesterday aind ith day before we had two of the heaviest show- pI era we ever witnessed, accompah)nied b the t, most vivid and terrible ilhumder and light -a and lighitnitng far exceeded, we itink, any a we ever knew : F-lash follotwed tlih, in ' quick successiont-oftent with the briefete interval-for an extraordintary spaice ot time ; and the claps of thunder we re so audden, almost instanttanteous, ats wetll as violent, that the electric fluid muut hiave descended frequeittly in thte imamediamte vi cinity. It was indeed an awl ul warring ofl! the elements-a sterma that few if any ev-e er saw exceeded, or even equalled. Sou th Carolintian, Aumg. 12. Death by Lightning.-We are itidebted, to the politeness of a gentlemtan whlo re aides at White Plains, Andersona Di~trict,i S. C. for the following; accut i of a mtelan choly diapentsatioit of P'rovitenice, which occurred in that vicinaity nt thle t inst. "During a storma of wind and' rain~ on Friday last, the chimney of Mr. Wim. Dutr ham was struck by Iightinag, which pa med down to the hearth. uponi wvhich his son, about ten years old, was sit~intg, ati his daughter, aged I2, was standine, both of whom were instantlmj killed, The red i of the family in the house ecacped, excepti , a child that received a severe shock anti a:i alight injury to one eye. fromt el'eats of, which it is believed it 'sill recover. Someic ponutr in the yard was also killed at ihe. same time."-Greencille Mountainrer I :IIh instant. The Vicksburgh Sent intel says that five persons died suddenly durinig the ntightt ofi the 21st. nlt. from elinasion, of the brani.- I That day was the warmaest experienced this season. pseie nah Important Decision.-A ~ paegr i steam boat, a shter t time since brought suit in St. Louis agaitust the captaiin for not .stating at the hour he advertised.'thereby creating a loss to him. Thecease went he fore ajury, who brought in a verdhirt of onie hundred and ninety dollars dauma-res. We Co)v tle 4idlowintg le;;.l d-)ei'ioni roun the .\Macon Telegraph of lie 111th nstant: Our Superior Court is still in session, and rill continue during the week. The most important cases decided last reek, were those brought by the Monroe tail Road & Banking Co. again3t certain escuant Stockholders, fur arrears of instal iCtts due oni their stock. The plea set ) by the defen-latts was, that they could arfeit their stock and the instlianents al eady paid and thereby evade further pay ients. The question was argued by A. I. Campbell and C. 11. Strong for tie tail-Rtoad Co-opanv; and Poe & Nisher, nld Trarv & Gri,bamn f'or thle defendanitis. 'he deci-inn of ie Conrr, . wl:e Cole on IC B ench. was ini tiivor of the plaintii'.-. Ve shall endeavor to give the leeiion, ;hicb was a very elaborate oie. in full in ur-uexI. .New1 Yons.Agst9 Iligihly Inportant from it'1ashington 'assag~e of thr I1ank lill- 'itit is the residrit to do:-We have hii'hly imtjpor mit ititellig-ence from t nahiiigton. Ott riday last the Bank Bill. in ithe shape in hich it passed the Senate, pasised the ouse of Represetaitivcs by a iaiuriiy of iiriv-one- votes-.lohn Q. Adamsi- andi en'ry A. Vise voting ag-ain-t i:. It i-4 now fure the President, and the qjuiestil-n ari s. with greater intensity thain ever, "will veto it, or sign it?" On this question the two sectious of the 'big party are wide tIas the pollk .tsudver. he ultra whiigs who are the Iriends of .l r. lay, the extrente gatche, are very isi ve and hoiisteroni in the a.sertiioin that tihe resident % ill sign ii-that he n ill nt.it are veio it. The other section. or i i-thoA nfrientdlv to .\Mr. Clay. are eipially posi vc that lie will veto it--awl that it " ill be uic early this week. In this dileiia. whit opinion cain a -asonable mind furim (of such dicurdfant aterial, ? It is certain that the President has as ct expressed i,) opinuion on tI- subject ill ny person. We are left, iterefiore, to in :r fron his history. character, nud recor ed declarations,. ;% lnmt his course %s ill he: td by this mode of reaebinig the poijit n c 11ilw ili the coticlision that Pre-ilent Tv r will most certainly veto tie Hank Bill. We learn further that the greatest ex tementi exits at WIi:lton in this sub Ce. awl that of all t ie Secretaries, Mr. adger alone -oes with the l're-dent in te exercise o the vet I po wer on this bank ill-all tile others. is said, will lie firced resign or sotnethiing else.-llcral . Inportalfrom llt~a.0h inl _ton.- We learn y on intimate frieml f tours, and a per Anal friend of. Mr. Tyler's,. % Ito arrived st night fromt Washingio, that beyond doubt the Blank Bill w% ill be % etoed. 'here wi~l be a terrible fu.s-no -row tuch blowiit oll'steat. and ungnestiona ly reconstruction of the Cabinet. One nd perhaps two. inetners of it will re ain in office. There is no mistake inl iis.-Ibid. From thr .Vew Orleanx l'irayufne if thr "th. L.ATESr FRo.\ T.N.\S. The Sava-innah arrived yesterday miorn ig from Galveston. There ill no very portant news. Thie report that tbe San Fp Expedition met with a la.go Indian ree t not confirmed by Texi an pipers. G-n. I.rreni is reported to e head of a ederal hanid in the Galiformiis. Thti brnig .\:triont arrived at Galveston, 'im Lond on, witha a fie cargo of both s. all pirtied atlndmtchted. Thec lionston Star says three wagoans, a lie road Sfrttt the const to lIexar, wsere hhbed ;a shtort itime - ice lhv a p-irty uof siat twentyv M'exicatns. They were Ia .-n i nidathibaco andi dlry gotmil, valuted atbotr .91500. ).\* ,p~y co-npanyi heft \'i ria ont thte :?0hth o ascert ain the unmhialer d posit iout of t It' ettittv. le Itoehih thle i icinity oif Vs*irifia are exceedlingly asperatedl at ithis eiutra;-o. atnd have held1 vea:il piulhe iectiin - to sievi-ic tnca.'tires prn~een furthier mnaratiinag. Thgey hazve ptultiIeitttti--e iif-.afe-tyi ociirres i wsith ite -ii ertairy of War. ke. h e n iiile p,.5pobi:tniz ini that ,ecetiiit are liatas Sotr wa r. Thte Ser:l:if rvifV air s anthi-i'.d '''iim to rai..e vsint'ier, to' i-.pirr.e thie hiaia I- .\ile-sicaniin.ii~d f the-l~u Ri Grolh-. Tliwsiivoiintiir, i ll Lt biy .i tat were ins.truiicd hiv hutt ti riipo-.i. ttwrely, thai~t hiiaihtties ,boI lwi t-i.nel, ns bite lhe carrid ott a1 l:ini;:,3 rumtl til Gen:id~i. it is-ahl, were. 1~i re-edl .\lt1. l.amai~r, tit to the I't riden:t of i;:i dli-.:ity, refuised. to riceive thiemi. e1ad .l.ses. :ti.\lrise to 1return unh 's'w un lis reatS intilio. 'I'. ttiltratllIig andtil of thei \\'e-.. it i, satid, ar- all iondier he ordler,. if .\ ri-ta. anid hi, coititet is 'ii gitnoal that eveiry tunvemtent i, viewedl ith sti-,piion.i Srees fromt tifr )'.st. rnat dr.Th lun. J. .\l. Ilattstorid, is hti arnival a liew l a -.ince ini S;abinte ci on y, repourt-, that he labor of extentdit:itil ileitting (tilt |i-'aterna bio:unda~rv to the Nirtti-R r~sihv ir-baas been enitirely compethed n. The -s tent or dhistantte ona thei linae fromi Sabiane o id river wvas mneth les thana anticipIi: e1, ow iin~ iii is location hieing furnthecr sward thatins anexpected atnd intercep ig at henid of thae rivser that wiotdhi: left -i'. aniw arof the line. lThe lune cros-iel the Sumlphatr Fo'irk of seid rivecr iinly in te milhe. anid a htalf frot Is mtoutht ini a direct ciimt .i. A\fine irs inig that water curse runnintlg No(rtib Someit wel ve or filteent tmile-., they uitex pected'ly% ruck wshat is tertmedi thle Iiowsen heutd oh lie river. itearly att ri -hit angles. .\reorinitg isa'this so rvey, allI thIe atnaps htiwe have .eena are iaetaratec, at- theay la not ma~ike th hendicoi abiove the continette if the $ulphntr Fork sfiiently large to e inatercep1ted lby ai direct Nortlthatie. A-a t has piroved,. however. tio be oif c-onsiidera Ie extetaf, it is aistiained ilhat ;ian ext ivec atrea of tenrit iry- will fallI ito tis IRe mbtic that htas hitherto betten ctsidered unte disitace friumi thle bounatdary. J utige II atisfordi sf0ute, that the hiend int -Sdesi somie oif the ftte.,t soil ott Red l iver, md tnt Sess than ottne ihndredl and14 lift v anters who-se per-otnal propierty wsill tverage each not less than ten thoutsatnd hlrs. TreI Wtuthr.-We are ovcrwhelmned witi rain. and thunder and lightning tire drugs in the nmarket. We haove thunder siormos every day. and each time sommehy or soinething is blown Ii). The fall oflraiu hIts been within a few days very great-and if these storms are general in ihe low coun try. they nmust produce a very dikastrous cfiet on the cotton vrop. causiig the forms to drop and a new growth to sho110t up, %%hose forms call scarcely have a chance or maturing before the season closes. CharIston .Mercury, .- Aug. 13. During a thunder siliiI whicb visited our City iour it erday about 1 o'clock, P. .1., the VictoriaI lot '. situated in King street. was struck 5y lightnin; at the North West corner, % here the fluid entered and shattered one of the wooden urns with which tihe parapet of the building is orna mented, caunmg time pieces to fall its all di rections at a considerable distance, bout without doing any other dinmmego. This extensive building is- provided with a lig ht ning rodl, nIich, howcvcr, being on tlhe extreme other end. was probably tile cause oinot*Jt anbwcring its purpose.-Ib. We have bcen, for the last 8 or 10 days, favored with a great abundance of rain oftentimeis attemmled with violent winds. The around is thorougbly soaked ; and as vet there is but liitle prospect of a change. For once this sca-on we are disposed to cry "eti gi !" in some parts we learn that crops have sustained considerable in jutry from the winds. Weed.; and graiss are growing luxuriantl.- Yorkeille Con pilcr, ;.-ug. 13. .we (lon.-A hull of new cotton was recreiveii in this place Inst week. It was a fair sample. amid looked well. The on tier did not offer it for sale.-lanmburg Jour. Fronm the Charlestan Courier. BiBILE CONVENTION OF S. C. The Executive Commninttee having been advised that the emds prOposedl by the Ii bile Convention of i)ecember ia,t, would lie prommted by tlie publicntion of simme prac tical ugestions ott the tmile of carr% ing oiutt the enterprize, they respectfully suib mit to the mimbers of time District Com mittees. und otheri intercsted in tie ob j'ct. mie following fncts and views. Itm Kershaw DIistric. the iistritifion has been i'ected throu.gh an n2ent etmployed by the Camden iible Soeiety. who wvent througi the entire district. They write that "the naent has completed ins work. and every ie-,titme person in tie district has been isppiliedi with the liible." iti llichland the saime course has been ndopted; atl an efficient aigent is now en. gagied in visiting every part of the District. Im Gcenville, time l)istrict Comnmittee amid the Commiittee f mie Greenville Bible Society have determined to divide the i)isirict aimong tiemicslves, and to super initend personally the supply. so that all their futmils may be used for the purchase of iliibles. The plat upon which e trict is divided., is worthl forming no idea~otalle cal plan whieb'eam 111 ma ny sections. Each member f eComit tee has taken one or two Beat Coutpanies. At a muster ground the great majority of families in the beat are represented and hc names of allbrren learned, and their residences. These will be visited by tihe distributors, and their wants ascertained and supplied." The modeso; oderi triems whielt~ of their desti*uei t enteid. in sonme Districtsr dlivi..ion ammi ..ubdivis.ion of the iort be' aiiivantageon,.iy detiertmined bmy tie tr-cams nmii rioadis, whieb intersect them; or lhv settleimemnts, where they are so sepa ratel ams to tic enplalek min dign~i ationi. Inm refereciet im aidivi-imin byv heats, it imay lie obtserved. tihat thn com ltandmlim; ulicers of com mpanties amre uml~erst omt u~manliy to have mii ilmeir roll-., not minly time name of per ,'inmm siict tim ionlina~ry milim ia divi~ limt ofr thei :lartimii:mi aus. Th'ie hieai roll, woumild mtherethre amll'irud tm'he i-tiste ('oimmitees iiimtrtmnt aidl bioth ini thme diviioitmif time work. andi im rei-irinig time engnmiry a-'ml tuay vme s.ubiid--i-l. ats cotememnce miav it is prsue thatm ni benevert -i-tme plait piiin, per'ons of leti-mre ni ill l'rdi time C.oim mimitre their chmeerkid cio-iperaitimi as5 v:,+ Themi udetaiil, fmit'mniry ammd dii-tibutionr immtit depemmmii in at ::owil meni-i~mre. tiimmi ihe iuiw imig --gi::::eimns, ni hinh have~i been left in frmcme in thei iitiilet-, vi~ntmed by hie amgenmt, imaiy bei -i'll ti amll whom~ tmnayi tmmiirtake 1.Iyery~mm oi ly an eveci ry read'inig itoi iua i'mii be enqu'tltiredm oif. 2. 'The Iliih- tim lie 'oll tom sneh its amre wilinii~; and nblie to pumrchasm'e. :;. If' immible tom gie e rice nbm:aked, time celape-,mm't lIhh to lie somld m hem amt I/icir omen pr~er. -I. If mmniable to bimy, thle ebenpes w ilible tom lie ;ii en. 5. Theii sumiller Testa men'mt tom lie dli-mribnmu tedl chieily mo c'hiiremn. Thme I )Istiimtrs are 'itppoii'ed to bei sup-~~ plied wim thies andi Teitaimen~mts otf dhif t'retm <pmalim ies amid size-s, inuited tim time dlif f'-rentt eirncmsane.. nimi aiges mmf personsm. A~ it uif the several kindms kepmt ott hmamnd by thme liihle $hncie'rv of Chanrlestin, with time pirmiei oeamch, wias addmeid to our Circular ad-. dires'.ed to time District Commmittees in Feb-. runry lasmt. It that ('irenhlar, tihe severali Committees we're regnimeied tim repomrm, by' time Is't 4)io heir necx, thme pirogresi madme iimech is-4 nrit or section, ini carryimg mmm:m time viewv' min time Convetionii. We lie; heave tim re newi'u the remitmest, ammd itate ngainm th im titt oif imnformnmtiion which im is udesire'd then lIe pomrts shotmhl emmrec, ini order Ithat the 4'uivenmtsion, ott mtheir rcenembmling~ ini C'o Inmhiiin, omn thle 25th Noivember mnext, as areed impon. rtmy proiceed wimh fmull andi diefimite inmformisonm, itt time prosecutiomn ol time mimportantt wiork. Theli points nre. - 1. Tlhme udestimution~ oft the lile.fumund bm enoniry to i'xist, with time nuimber of fami lies anmd indmividiuals tom whiom time enispmiry 2. 'The mnumber of ishnies, and mhe nm hepr of Tetaments giv'en grammmitommly, and of whmat himam 3. Thc number of each sold, and of wh at kimds. 4. The mode in which the distribution has been effected ; whether by Societies or by the Committees; and the arrangement a'dopted to facilitate the work. 5. The mode adopted to raise funds for supplying the District, the anount obtain ed. &c. 6. To what extent you believe the sup ply of the District to be effected. 7. Whetlter any and what Societies ex istcd, their present state, and what new Societies have been fortned. EQ. Any other information that may be useful to others in performing the like duly, or interesting to the Convection. E'ditors of pupeis friendly to the object of the Convention, it is believed. will pro mote the enterprise, by giving one or two insertions to this paper. Charleston. 10th Atgust. 1811. DA NI E L RAV EN EL. Chauirmnan, W31. II. BA tNWE L L. THOMAS SMIYTI, W.\M. MN. WIGilTMAN, WIL. RILEY, HIENRY W. PERONNEAU. Erecutive Committee. Comuiercial. AUctsr., Angust 14. Nothing deserving particular notice lha oc rurred in our market since my last report: the detand for Cotton having gradually subsided. anId the aspect of buiness, in general, having exhibited rather a quiet appearance. The ar rival of the Acadia. at Boston, with later intel Ilgence fromi fo & markets. has had no per. ceptible effect ian bs Coton market, as the accounts were not of a nature calculated to pro duce any improvement. The prevalence of tunst.al had weather for the last few days, has no dout contrihuted in a great iensure to the falling otTin business. Pri. ces have, however, underrone no alteration. Holders have assumed a firm ittitud--. knowiing. that the stock of Cotton now on hand is light, and feeliig asnured that there luntst he a steady denmnd utntil the arrival of the next or present crop. Upon the whole, it is generally admitted that there will Ie no material fluctuation in prices. iand but littie improvement is expected. until i f. ter the opening of the fall trade. The demand for Flour continues steady. and holders are firm at tse previous qpsotations. We note no change in prices. The recent arrivals of Corn have been smfli cient for the demand. and I copy the last gjoo tations. Corn 624 a 75; Corn 6eAl 62, a 60 cents. For Rice there has been a reas el demand, and we notice ismles as high as 44 cents. :Late ad note a searcity inthat m Afr.ter advance in price. Our Grocery maket asthis weekieuibtited no new feature, a operations at " be ,quite limited. We have no pomeVdbhdt- S to make in pr' Late adve ais@ York report an e on the prie of which if continu will eventually have a ten dency to puta market here. This ad vance may auributed to the antici Congress. Oursdt of Groceries is daily in creasing, and we lave no hesitation in saying, it is already mtuebbetter then nsual a~ qon of the year. Country desirous of isiting onr goo supplies of all leading arti es'U daily arrvaa of articles of Iem am=aaA1 soon make our stnek complete. . .Late arrivals or Bagging and Eipehave made our stock good, but the demaand yet continues very limited. Many attribute the small demnd to the fact, that the planters are-yet in posses sion of a partial supply of last year's purchtase,. while others are under the impression. that the' pir-eent h ig ih price-s are inducing thiem it hiold olT. in the h~ope that they may decline- a- the~ ,toc k incrrea-ues. I ait of the opimnSin, hoewev er, that ,bou.d the piresentt crop pironlise :aiabun ilant vieh, our merchants will sitmnl haivie caill ihr their fllagging anid flor. \Ve have'. no change- to note in the- prie,- oft I lacont. The arrivals iunrmg the ,...-t wee. hiii. elben smaill, and sales art- easily e:Teted' at= its., ra~b. $hould noit hin:: inuer-r. ns mith ihe- re::nlair cour4'e of our iarket, at grafadual buit ,liaht adlvancte may hie exspecte.i In Ei~ehanges there is -oitmarativelyh noing~m dleme. \Ve*. noticre a filure dleclinie uon News Vor for t'co. 1iai JLeid Ikatik Note'-. .and sdels :ime now. imnle' wvith ditlieity at 7 1.er et.prm ti t iharle-tlonii per ct. le's, aind on $as .manahl :ga.1.4 p'er rt. p'remn. l'or 31louroe liail Itoad. [lank of Ilarw:inman hir:imchei'., anid '4iattalumeiei l:.silt llool aind llaninig ComI ..'tiee it o .mwide. liill. of hme (ity feuiiieLs of Cohunnhns. , lacotn, atnd 31 mlie-s ilhe. 18 a 20 per cenit. dlisc-ount. Ouir ciity continues very hetalthy'. Four thme laist fewg das it has rained almost intce'ssanatly, amil 1 ur streets hav e becomie very ,tmudy. Steatni - boilt' of the- larger class can now comle mny to thie' city w ithout dliticulty, andh ievery ifiai i< afftrdaed for the mncehants in te tranisporta tion if gotads- Foreigtn news byli tihe te-amier Cohnihia. which wase to have sailed from l.i verpooil ont the 4th inst., is anesionsly esp'ecte'd. AlttU'$. lIAxDURe, Angust II. Weii have no change to ntouice in our Coittoni market. 'rices are about the saine- as theyv wi-ie la,-t week. There is hotwever a lienetr lec-hng amonuitg bnyers, bt prie- fir thet old cronp cainniot get ip imuchd hig her, it anyi. nndel.r pre-enit a ppiea:rances. We againi ipsote ais e treimes 7 to 9.4 u-b. A verage sale-s 6 ets. OBITUA.RY. l)ied, it thi" district, on the I ith insit.,.I JASU 31. Nomnata. aged 31 years. The deceased has left b~ehindae hint a wife and three voting chelrein to our hi ireprabe lsa.I'e hadt been fir wvhiich wvill feel the chasma that is mtadeb- is premature death. In his last illness, winch was brie an sevre.he expressed his resiginations to the willot'hi is Ileavenly Father. An Overseer Wanted FORt the ensiig year. Inquire at this of Brigdc Head Quarters Lu.na:rir.tn C. If. A-ugut 15, 11. T IIE llegiientsi coilposing th Second U Brigade. will parade foir review and drill at the tines and places herein stated, viz: The ?ewth Regiment at .iorrow's Old Field, on Tue.'day tie 14th of Septembter. The 6th Regiment at Lomax's, on Thursday the 16th of Selntember. The 9th legiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday the *-list of September. The 7th tegiment at the Old Wells, on Thursday the 23rd Septn:niber. The 10h Rleiiment at Uichardsoi's, on Sa turda v the 2'th of Septenblr. The Commandants of liegiments vill, on the day of parade. make their annual returuhs to the Brigade Major. Conmtnissioned and wo-comi oifed ofli cers. will assemible at their re4pective lIegimtieni. tal 3luster Groind-. for drill and instruction. on the day previois to the review. The olli-er- will wear ernpe oil their left artis. on the day tsf review., mi mieimr V of Bri gade Major I. V. Nicholssn. sleceased. By order of Brig. Gentl. Wiibish. ARtTHiUR SINIKINS. Brig. .Major. Anguist 19 d *9 ORDEA.S 'o. 7. RrosIMNTAL. lilA,) (hAxRTmii, fVd-gefield C. I I...\ug. 2d. 1641. N pursuance ulrhr-lrs frut Brigade I1rend mQarters.the sventh lIegiment. S.jC. .II litia, ill parale fiar drill nid review. at the Old Wells. ton Thmulav. tihea 23rd Se.ptr. next. The Officers and none-cmmioned Ottir.. w ill ai,mble the day previons fr uirill and in struction. 'hie tilijt er will wear cratwo tllie let arm on the day of Ie% ew. mit irenorv of BIigad.l Major B. I-. Niehlmlon.lle.decased. By order of ig. Vgf.ll. S. 1'. GOOD:. .-ldjutant. An:tn~t lts e ' R I ER S .o. S. Ih, 4am~r 'T ti. HEADt QUAIITIl1,4 Edgetield C. If.. Anig. '2d.1-,l T If .ower Hlittalion fthe seveiith Regi. iment S. C. Militia. will paradfe at the Cherslkee l'mid. on the lilt Septembiner next. fir drill ianl review. 'Tlie muticer. and i.on com til-is-sined tlicersi. wil .mt,,iible the day pre% ion<; Iaor drill and in'trlctiontl. By order of Coil. Wigfuil. ' . F. Gtiti0l:, .-ldjuatant. O RD E R $ io. 9. Ibt s.:~s r i. II t t' (tem Q trt r in%. Edget-ield C. P-.An~.2.1611. T IIE Upper IBattalioi of the seventh Rexi moemit. S. C. .1 thria. will parale :m: tihe f'ma Ion-. on Satird.sv. the f-wsrth of Selo temtber next. ior d ill anl re isew. The Utli cers and non comnit.-oiaieined i tinicer-s will a.-i n ble the diays previmis fr drill and instructioi. liy order of Col. Wi:isli. S. 1'. (U)ODE, Adjutuan. Amtzmet .1 r " I .Sheriff's Sale%. B Y Virtue of snudry writs (of Fieri I'atcias. I shall proceed to sell at Edgeleld Court iiou-e. on the firr lMon day and ruesday in September next, the follt1 in, Property : Bartlett King vs. Thos. Ford and ThIous. Hawle, tie negro woain ,i. Hiddy, levied on as the properly of Ilawle. Brown & 31lagrath. n,-intnee. vs. P1ize & Nix, one negro man, Lewis, levied on as.1ho prope r f Nix. r vs. Wm. Carpenter, W Wr'JmamesD. lHammond, one negro boff Daniel. 0. L. Penn & Co. vs. lolles Dunton. C. J. Gkwer vs.Thesame. BlandCatlin & in six negroes, viz. Peter, Lewis, William, John, Allen, sd Nanny. vs. Sander Rarden, one ne I,*ad't. vs.J3ohn Johnsson, orse. Trscash. S. C11R1STrIc. SAugttst 19 e 2 State of South Car'olinat. lI.\R.\'WL~il. 1 DI.TICICT. ).V EQCITY. Jains D.King Idlfeurvarr.k& in JatlmiI. Kiaja~untm. Fdrdt Den'tj. It. Jmenkinl$.& sltheiri. -./ih Jsan. 1-"'41. ON readhin:: the alidavit ledI in this es's it i-srderedl that time i dedats Biejaminm It Jentki ni. antd the lgalI replre.senit.t% of15 l'aul l'zimimns, who~i r...shs withosut til Imiiits il tiii St.lte: d.' :lniwer. ph-adms mr demumir. tot then ahull' ..statesd hill wsithiin three mtl h ,.. sir )itllge meit will ibe taiken againi-t thmemt prss cssnJr. . .\nmgs-t 19 :ic_ State ol' I ouh Cai isrol ina. n aary of l~i:eis.-l.1 1b-trict. Whetrsea., Thma,~ I ;. I's-y' .hiath aipplwl. im tine lmr I.s'tter~s mof Adonsiin-tr.tssn. sins all nI -ist ii n l~ir the rs.l,:ti seb:tsls. rihst, andim crei, 'sf I iilethi Key. lats st' thme I nsit aforew:sid. Thise asrs, thesrefore. tm c'ite atil a.slittimhl .111 amiss .,nmenhr. this 1. isdrd andis crelhtsr~s mof sue ,ids tireenm''sd. is. he, a ii: tlpear beforse iswe. at mur ne't I imnithn', t'ssmrt tar thme ..id luitro-t to, h.. hmibb-nm at ildtsrestil Ionri Il~ine min thme .lthm dai ofm .Angmnet. I -4I. tsa-htsow cani,s. Ita.mt whtiy th'e: -:iid .\chnititraimoi shoil tmt bei crated. iivem munder til handi an~.l 'inal thmi" I Ith mday' mo Amugus.t. 11ne tlmihtand rie lit hoiimlred aind trt-oine. ando m thes. is ty-tifm'h year ssf A ii'e cita'nepuendence. Amtnmi-t l19. 1-Il. ("2 12.A3 Is & State'1) SO'louth Carol inai. 1)nary mof ~idetiehll District. Wherra's. .oin C.Allen a. hthl zipidied to miei 6er l..tte'rs Isf Achntiaitrat ion, e'n all iand smin:tr ths esiods andm ebaitte'ls. righmts and11 ere dit'stof Jesse Grahiami late ofl thn IDistric t aihore ':sia. mleced T'hes- are. thepre'fore. to c'itm and asdmimh' all anda ,'intlatr. thle kind.rs'd and mcreslhtors t' use .amsd deseasedlI. to lbe andis ap~twar~ iwsenee met. at uir nea'xt Orimt h~nrv ' ourt Igmr iihe said Ii'trict. Ist hoh ilenmi at E'jeinhl Couttrt Ilains- 15n the :;nhs dlavyin of Angm-t I -1I. to -how ranse slfany. why tim' sail Auhinmui.,tiatm abonthl not bes Given tinder my hiians i 'eal this libih ay inf Anssstnszt. 'one thio'msandl*t i ighttindred &~ f'orty inm. iami in tllw ,ixtv.lilth yeair ofl A~melricani inependeence O 'TOW1.E:s, 0. F. D. Ausgust, 1, IS41. ($2 l24) is 29 Broug~ht to the Jail O 1- thtis llistrict. a Negro inan. natttd A N IDlEW,. abont ?6 ye'ar of ago. hal headed. 5 feet 74 inche~l shigh. says he hekemngs to M r Ht, living on Reedy rmver, G reentis il. Dsrit. The ownetr is regqnestedi to come fsorwsvrd, prove propeurty. pay charges & take hitn away. ~C. Hi. G'OODN A1N. a. ,. r, Amiaie ti ft 39 An Ordinance T 0 n!mfricd all 4 rd iiatme. entitled an O rdi. 1ia mlee to splivprei.- tile* firillg of Guns. PIS 1414, liiles, and aill descriptifins f WFite Ans, in the -treets of the Itwn of Edgelield. Be it Ordained, by the Intendant and Wardens if the Toten vf Edgefidd, and ly the authurity of the same. That froum and after 1.e passage and publication if this Ordinance, it shahl not be lawful for any person or peramiin. to fire a Gun. Pistol. Ifille, or any kind of Firem ArMs in the public square or puiblic street. air places adja. cent theret,. ar aly, pilae of public resort, or withii two hundred prds mmfany church. or pri vate dweiling. welme t the di-charge (or fire arims imi:;ht frighten. or eiitanger pe-rsons n alking, or riding by : excepot ol trainini days or geiiemiI holiysfity, uider a peialty of two dollars for each olrence. :4d be it farth-r Ordained Tiat liis Ordi narnce uhmall iot he so) costrued, as to extend tlhe penlalty Ito crsqe. where firs: armis mav e dis e:iar:ed :it the placaes demimgated. fur glossdl anmd .niificietnt Jeas.O., to bel judged of by time Coui cil. '. r. LAht)R.DE. August 19-b )i Intendant. State of'South Carolina. Al'IE-'\'I.I-. DIlSTRICT. IN TIHE L'l'l:T Of uLIDIN.l: Iy. W ii Eli( EA S Praebi:nai Alfiard. to whoe adimliitratioii ol the pererinal estate of Sminmnl ftitl-vire de'd. wnts tiranted, ie re itoved i'rtn thi. St.mte. " ithout iaving account ed for hml Paid adiiistration: ordered. tiat the iad Peachlim .\ll'rd.acd hits ia-uritiies Enoch Nekna anood William F. Neloni. appear beform me. a the Colirt of Ord inary. tn the third day oiiSetejmier t.xt, t rcrncler ail accioint for in',. the smid I':achniatm Aliird'. i ahldrnini.-tration. 31I)1.S T.\GGAltT, 1). t. , Ant-ust 10, 1-11. c L9 ficad Quarter's, 1It IuM; WE. C' %I mmmc. 't0th July. iC.I1. IN toeliencei t tli Executive Oirfer of the Itlh mll . hlies 2n ll egianent oif ('avalry will :isemb!o! at I.raigmire. ti Saturday th, Path of epitelmtbler. mnif~rtned ;anld ipiped fair re, view. drrill. ai ipei m. 'lhe co:.amnission. .d amid n co im itne oflicers. will assem. loii' at the saime Ilace, oi the day presionms, for h ill amed in-trueioin. iEcturn.m of the effe;ctive strength. anne. and espairIpmments fit tihe l l-ien. will be fiirnished Ilw~ Irigadie Atijor on mie dy af ayreview. fir.iigaie w-ll fte-igmental i, are ordered to' toe ill anemic. lUy order aI' Drib. G.itn. ITImIIhamn. W. .W. ARiLAW. Brig. Mij. 1st rig. Car. S. C. M. Aigust ->g 27 NOTICE. lIE Sib-cralwer offers for siale his vainr . ble likantatimn. situated on the waterst cf Tmirky Cie, k. anid in tie Mmartintown Itoad, Smilleis froim ii:miburg. (perapslio am good I markat -a-, any in the world.) containing four lmndred aere<e. waim a comfcintile dwelling honiie. aid itlmr iere.ssary out buildings; situa. t,-d iII a iralthy section if tihe country and sur rmiided by ghold neirlhbors: thlae lands well adapted Ito r:iiing Cof Cairn. Coition. and Small IGrait. limit a ery good stand for any one who wmbioimll dIevote tie necessary atention to that hue of htwiiess Tho e wa-mhing to pumhase will i; well toi cai and examine for themsvel, as lie is disoused to ell. JOHN CIEATIIAM. Sen. Ai :z. P2. IA-11 d * 28 General Drug Store, Cenmtre-mreet. Ilinlmrg, S. C. rppsite the OLD AMERICAN llOTEL. MURRAY & mLL, EEP constantily -n imaid, at the above Iiionse. a geiral n)asortmenit of PERFU3 EiR Y. PAINTS. OII.S. DYE STUFrs. IIATTEil'S MATE. RiA l.$.WN i))W G L.\8.&c. All of which tihey matfer at the lowest pricev, iad con serums tao simm purchmaeers. .-tl urdlers enenrted rith neat nr s anid despaztrk. A smipply aof wirranted freshm Garden Seeds :d n avm on cchand mi. sitead tio time season. State ofc Southi Carolina. fil P Fi':'l I-:LD DISTR1CT. I.\ EU'IT'. WViliam iomcrri- anmd a noither. Aibr::mn 'cimcheli amid Forelimureof' .leuaimh Alihell Stamrtgagem I Y Ti' i i..lmheretiy giveni. that bmy m irtuse of an omccrdler I'ir ilwm tic' 4'amrt sif Chanycerv. I -i~h llebr fcr saile toi mice higemt iddlier at lelge tiuhl c'mrt Ion hu-cnmi thei Iirst .liiiday ini $ep tinbier mcitm. a an-rt~in lilt iii parceI tif land sup-m pioicd tic be. sr in mrre-. ('iy tain acres more air Ii.-G h' ing in . t i-imiim-<aimite' 'iinsityr of the Tow of i:lgetieb. adminiiing! liiad< of E. hB. Pami e-h- . if re I'bri-miin amii then sidm illiamii 'ii lr-. Te~rmi- af -n wdi! ciic'amhi ismicuint icc py tlii nic-i-: :mdc lihr onmc inmiety ofC thme iha hme 1 tm'th pumrha mi oney.iii am cremdit mif msix monthcilc. :cmii t - *ia theiiir imietym a credit of Tin-hm c mioath-. mimi pcurcha-mer gis'ini bondme andi in0ii.1 pcer-caim! arty :mmcl a immrtgamge of thme J. Ti'it Irm, c. e:. :. mm. ( mateiifmill.it aa ' )imma. IN T'ii E t.llilON I'I.F A s. Ii.'wardl Thmccm<m~ l'.ndtcr.-ae Forig .-lttach-. B V aim onh-r frm A. P. Bintir, ne of the A-r inte Judices. I -hlml piaemceedi io aieli in mihe aboivem stactedme-m.at i.chefici Court Ililmuse aln mice tiret'c icimilay ini "epiembcer next liwo ne gicoe<. mcr/: ('muter andii .\iexandler. 'Tcrm ('i-ih S. Clii liSTIE, is. ,. ii. Ancg l'2. i--di d a$ Positive amad Fiunal Notice Is lii.|iw.iv GIV E'N to amli indachted to thme siibssrmher, thamt thteir aounits andt nostes delms ict Januammrv. hI I.asnd aniterincr tathat date, mutst ce pta bl. sir iaiticltemin given aif time forth c-aming thiereiut-oir what 7 Pay cosat of camsie. C. A. h)OWD). N. II. I will selil mym remtaining stck fC Damy 4 '<cal<. icr anyi piart of ii, at coisr.fur Uash. C. A.DI. I (Caumion. Al.Li P~lit INS hare lhrewvarnedc from trad Ainig for ma Nate give hv: bme toMer. 3lsrt'mani. Jcince< & cc0.. i n rch Iie40, andi payabihle' aii thii i-i f Janusary. 1m-41: given for clie ihumrindr ami v wenst I'ivej adollarsm, as I arus detemrmined~c not tic pgy emaid nte. unnu.-em compew' hed hiv law. ain th e onsidesratinm: for which said nmote mm as gin ena hsa' e failedl. FRtANCIS POSEY. Asa;:nst 5d 2/7 Not ice in herchy given '10 A1.1L ('O NC~lINEI), that I will not pay omer any money, byv me collected, a., Sheritif io any order. nair will I pamy oter mnony onm smie ay-.,as thmat tlay is set a part to cmilleet iimney. anda noi faor paying. All letears addmre--da ts thea.heritTofEdge6eld. io.i piaml. will ice cs ictly aistended to. otherwise vhs-a will nnt S. ClRITIE,.' e. e .