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It will costuue to be the i compriiomimg; adlvocatu of the principles, and practice of he0 Trhun.nuian -,ystem'a ~ which tends, as wre believe, to thei bestt ..temporal interests of the huaman family. in insgtructing them in the art of pres'rvitn Ma.igand prolonging life'; and wi ne -tins eontribute its share in the progres sits-:march of Medical reformation now i *skiilg such rapid stride; in every sLCiion 1 efesar beloved contry. Our best ener eI.hall- ba devoted to render ii one of the adntertainiug publications a single copy. -.more copies. he names of Twenty-five I receive the c,be a ~i4s Mew FaU P Muter Goode. JO 0. B. FORD, H ASJistrecei-red from New Vork.his Fall and Whiter suipply-hiis stock compris es one of the most coinplte asortsuents of STAPLE & FANCY. FOREIGN& . DOMESTIC DR V GOODS. that can be folunl any where. Of his former customers ho ask, the opportunity to show them hispractical thanks lor their patronage; azed to those who are accustomed to seek in other mar kets. Ifor what oftstyle andfasIiion or lose price, the) expect nt in Hamuburg.he would be * * to say, that by calling, they will give him the pleasure to show that a movie eninre assortnent ofthe best and most FsaAionabe Goods, ol every varietv. is not to be found, lie has now on hand 41-0 pieces Aniw'ricani Prints. k10 '' French and Luglish do 50 " twilledl & plain Scitch Ginghams 30 bales brown Shirtings & Sheetinigs, 6 cases bleached do do 6 bales Liiseys & Plains, for negro clothes. 3 cases Kerseys, and I of cheap SattiuetL for do 50 pieces heavy Duffil & Twilled Blankets, blackinaw & 104, 11-4. 12-4, & 144 Whit noy Blankets. 11-, 124. & 14-4. extra Bath Wool, Ribbon bound Blainkets, Tickings. Drillings, and colored ( aton Goods, by the bale, Super black & .mixed Satinetts and K( tuc ky Jeans, G pieces Irish Linens and Long Lawns. Birds Eye, & 7-4, 64, 10-4, & 124 table Miaperj Brown & colored Table & Piano Covers, Fine wool dye and French black Cloths, " blue, invisible green & mixed do Black, blue black, lancy- colored & mixed Doe *kiti Cawsimeres. Plain and figured saum. Serg.: de Rtome. Al bert Curd. Clinte & Velvet Ve-stiugc, Plain et:ped and printed Balrnes. a new and beautuil'ularticle lor Ladies Daresses, ( BonIabasin, Merinis's. ands Muslin de Lainest', 25 in & 4-4 3lattroni Lutettring, 3-4 & 4-4 Urode Ithine, Black and blue black figured Silks, Blue b!ack Gro d'Afrique, 2nd lourning do Gro d'Armiurc. aned Itep. Silks, Black I'ekin and striped Chinie & Glace do Plaits & tigureu Satins & Bonnet ::ilks, With even iiew style in market, plaini,-.trip ed antd figured. Threrd & Lace Fgingr & rhi.gs, with a geu eI assaurhuentof-all kinsdisof Lace New and Fasihible Se Paris work'd Col lars, Bonnets, a variety ofthe best & newest styles Silk. Florence, and Straw. 74 & 8.4 beavyh b Silk Shawls, Nett& laid sadp :IChuitis Sdk do and Euliah, in (if Gloves, tomierv. Ribbons, BraidsTapete. rf Cord. Hmuding, Friages. Collars, Scarfs. [ldfs. &c . a general variety, 1000 piee's Paper lanigisp, Scotch GinghxamCambric & Sill( UubrellaS. White & blue laid Letter & Call Paper. Envelo'ie.intd all kindsofPaper used in Iiint ing Oluices, l'riitisg Paper of any size aid quality, far ni.dil at lte lowest rate. and orders for any qitantity filled -n short notice, ALSO. The above, with almost every variety if arti es Unally kept in Dry Good Stores. Whole. eor Reiail. in quntistitie to suit purcl.o-ers. Merchatq frmnirthe counttry are invited to ill ad ,xnmine hi.i as-antument. r ILtunburg. Nov. 1. -411. is 40 sIltIEY & UJSIEHC, 1Warehoese ant CommiS san olerchants, iIAM.l1URG. S. C. U .\ KE -leaure in naiituci, to their SCountury friend. and to mhce Publit enerallv..Ila their l'iEIIUL'SE AND WH.RF it is sow IN uoon 'oNMtt'IN. 1 Hlavin: raised the \\ archnte abov( the iahcst Iigh-wrater mark of tle great Ma % eI. with sulflicient founlation to uIke! it C -rely wecure' from ai) Rise in the H,: ver' -hile onr lor:.ion iniPomt ' f - ''l R E cii .urgcieLi by anly Ware I[auLe icn b lambuctrg. hejc inc oate on the Corn.-r eelr 'entre undi Market .Streets. and enpycic' I i the whlai front Sqaince tea C'ook Street.P ppncuate clhe Banrk & l'eost O~cc. cons veni- r at to the Rail Rsad, im meuiately c n lie iver, andie ins the very' Cenatre of the Prin-' ipleC Coutn Deale-ri ande Shipprs and theL rent thoerough~ifair to thce Bjridele. Grateful foir th liberal -,c:ppcort we ha~ve itherto re'cei. edl, .e:lic'it frotm our P'atrns nd thec pubslie ge'nerailly, .n coniincsnnte ofc seir confienc'ue. Freom jor long~ expern' cnee itn the IJare/touse and C'ommihsion usness, feel ceonfideec, wyith our rfaciliiie,I :he ablei to give to all entire satisfaction. \'e cake libeoral advancces on ~olto in L stre, cende wtill acmetnd to the Sale nrt Ship r ing of' Cotton on tmoera'o tercms. I Unisiness Commt~itedl to our care will l eeit've prompt:iatten:tion with our best ef ris foar thc interest of' Customttere. SIIBLEY & UJSIIER. Pactorage and CoEREIulIcgon Busines,i (EEIIG t F'O: l'.4RDIXG4! G EC NC.I hi A1MhBUl(G S. C. 1 1EI Suibscrr reuspectfeully be.t, leave to : Ipr hiis fiiends and the Me'rchcants of. i~e Ujcpe'r icntricts gener-ully. that he is tho- I ecigh y7 prepared to taacact bsusine'ss as above,. ud, ceonhidlent ina his long experience in said bu. inesa, inc this place,uolicit-' a idharo of patronage. liis Store being ons .Alarket-.treet, the tseost leated part of tows. no dangeur Irecm innucnda ins need be apprehended. 11. URQU~IlUT. ~ nburg. Nov. 1, 1841. 3m 40 ~ CasWantmed. rniber refipectfccdly regnest, all 'bted to him hy Note or ecpen~ 1 forward and lay hsim, as hce as ys and not desirous cf hav WILLILAM BAILEY. c 49 StCRETAR's OrMcZ, Columbia. 1tJsan.1842. To all whom it may Codira B E IT KNOWN. that JOS. B. VARNUM ofBaltimore County, in the State ufMa. ryland. lately appointed aind commissioned by His Excellency the Governor of this State, Commissioner "to take the acknowledgmrats or proof or arty deed. mortgage. or either coe veyance of nay lands or tenements lying in or being in the state, or of any Contract, Letter of Attorney, or any other writio under seal, to be aed anlud recorded in the State." did, on the 28th day of December. 14l, take anid sub. scribe an oath before Thomas Kell, Clerk of Baltimore County Court. of the State of Ma. ryland, that he will well and faithfully perform all the duties of Commissioner or Cumnisqion ers. leccrding to an (ct of the Senate & House of Rteprsemntatives ofthe State of s8outh Carm lina, enutided "An act to authorize the appoint ment of r Cummmsmiiooer to take the atcknowl. edgments or Deeds, and other instrumentsof writing under seal, and fir other purposes," paed'on the 17th Decemiber, 1634. to the best of his skill and ability. *W.M. F. ARTHUR, Deputy 4ec'y or State. Jan. 13,1812. f 2 ST4TE OF S. C.dROIIjEd, EDGEFIEI.LD DISTRICT. IN TilE COURT OF O:DINARY. an the natter or Josiah Howell's estate. OHfN COKER, Administrator of Josiah iflowell. deceam. leaving departed this ire, without having accounted for his transe ions upon said estate. learing no Executor or kdmiamstrator, Ordered. Tt. t Leris Ellizty, leary Rives. and John Mo, ryon. tie sureties a the Almiiautration Bond of said John Coker, ond Daniel Morrisoim. Adintististrator or John lorrison, do appear before me at Edgefeld ;ourthou e.at 10i o'clock. on Wedneslaytbe 5th of May text. to render an account of the ditiniitration af said John Ciker upon aid state of Jmisiah Ilmowell. and further to do and bire what shall then he ndjud!gel and decreed. 11 t.IVKR TOWLES, Ordinary if EdFw4dd Dietri. Ordinary's Office. February 21, 1642. Fb 23 3m): 4 Stale of South Carolina. EDGEFIEID DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. food, Johnson & Butreit, iddings & Builhpell, &. other. for [T appearing to tly satisfaction that . GiddingBenanutW Giddi with, and WilliaM G.'GaUl is am, a ulitout. ..t a ler'or dema r to i un ma sase wit ree month. (ro the publication'of tis oieft. r the said Bill will be takenpro cimfesis against em. J. TERRY, c. x.. 4. 'mmisioner's Oftce. - E'dgeield. Feb. 5. 1$42. w 3m 3 State of So th C'arolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. I.N EQUITY. Villiam T. Bard aid n ife, iur Lonfti & Simcon Christie. T appearmi to miy satisfactioni that Jo)hIn F Littom re-i.le-i without the State. Ordered: 'ict the said Liflonn do plead anmswer or de mr to thil bill. withili three 11mb111111e froti the tthlication lereof. o. the saud Dill he taketmpro rnfesso againism him. J. TERRY, c. r. E. D. 'ornmmissioner's Oficc. Feb. 14. 142. c .1mu 3 F&assLE .CsIDE, 1 1. ' i I lr Female Academy near the residenc of Dr % icho-mon. cummime.ced mrs opuera os on the firet .londay in February. under e dlirection elt Mos. L. if. GIL, Wlo3 has had ntire clhar:e of .\casdemnies ins Saratoua and elnectadt. New Yurk. She was edu. ited speci.ely fur a Teacher. anid has attesta one o imanmy higiey respe-c:ahle individuals it er suce54 tim her professeio. The' En:.hshm ramches togethecr with French arid Mmusic. will e taught. Tlumu loicatiomn of~ this Imustitution in :gnmrd toi healmim. thme imoraity or the~ meighblor 'eel. a'med ims p.leaesat retirmenot prescoet to amienmtm conmmsider:ble inddicemnents fur its pamt muagre. llnain:;m cane be obtaitmed at $8 lper momth. Ternm of imnitioni viz: 'The rmietatil amid all the higher English branelm at $6 25 per qr. Music. "12 00 - French Extri. Feb. 9. 1542. b 2 Fiano Forte. Tuner & Re IW .Paarer. mc imnformm hia' frieeni amnd thme puiblieeeraf ethat he attends to the htnamess of Repairing nil 'Tuimng P'IA Nt FORTES, at the shortest mit ice.. Thmome deiruons of his pmnfessinnaul scr ices. will he waited uon, by addressing himat 'dgefield C. Ii. 8e. Cat. Referenice canm be had. if necessary, to a cr aienae frm iudem thme hmmnd oflr. E. B) Ba on. who ham bueen ha:: kno~wn as Teatamer of ehtsic. ami ae hlarge annmater of thme moterespecti lI. caiiens oft the State. .innu 19 3m* 51 LOMT FROM the camp of J,:hn Cheattham,. a few tmiles from Sparta. Gee., two Colts-a n.re~ colt amid hore'e colt-iron grays. Tho mnarr col is socmewuhat larger tien the horse. 'mny tmlermatieon melaive to said colts will be hankfully received by thme stubscriber at Dtua onsrile.'Edgefmeekd De iti.8. C. GUTAIRIDGE CHIEATHAM. Feb.7. 1 5 2. . 6b 2 - Tt~e A"Gutsta Constitutionalist will publish wice mand lorward .meccon to this Ot1ice To Ktent. A the Premacer itt charge of thme Edgefield t C.itj nim. will nout eocupy the hour.e known m thme Menthodist P'aruonage, it wvill be renmed rut for the present your on accommtodlatinmg crmas. Thme lleos a&nd bent is under good re mit, and wvill be a plewant situatin for a iat family. Any permeo wishmig to rent will :ense call on the subscribe~r. E. PENN. r.'ci t f 3 the iewmnd Equinr. "* Y HUIBLE LOT. Co .ucp the bumble for, im consigni'd; Its ill, I like is not; ; bin'd, cribb'd, cor.fi'd" W 1d I be ?-where would I go? F t exebange my toil? Isw idwer I hardly know; e think a while. .11. I'd tor-a Clay ror Culhoun; O , could not hear to say unveay so soon. I'd r-o rltd be aye. Le Grand! W Vji^e an exile ou1 at sea, e by Brutub' baud! lII. SSulhan-a grand Turk d not fronrmy soul! F . r agin is drendfrl work, bowstring and the bowl. tocrar I rou'd not be, .his accursed knoutt aoland! I would set thee free, -trp ill captivcs out. I. 1!d be Louis Phillipe, then ai inmade King: renehmen are ferocious men, as would urspring; rrels6xed all in a row; ines infernal-yes; Ay balls at once will throw, d notsuit me, I guess. V. C nenita-ah, lud! . t is wors than all:- c ,hrbo'thirst for blood, TP516ir' opt~ i iia. VI, I'd be a President-oh. worse! Much worse, upon my word: 'd be as soon yon curion corse, The prey of lienst nod bird: The party-dogs around would gron I, The vultures flps their wings. The beasts or prey wou:l rcenselcss howl, And tear my fleth to strin;s. V11. Will potliu do? Must I cwhew Alh thing, bene..ath th %ns ? Oh. no ! I'll t,-ll you what I'd do I'd d' like Washinsgion: There's nothing there to tnkc one sttrt: -- Room fir the greates ! Iteim !'" No dagger for that noble heau No exile for hi, doom! VilI. Egyptian Harness'd %laves to bring Their pile" of cumtbroiu" %toe, To septulchre somne worthles-, King, Whose name is not uukui n; But Freemen, for their godlike son, Point its in nobler charts: They tell ts. that their Washington Is coflln'd in sheir hearts. IX. Brat is it so! I s he thter.,? I mnourn to answer. o His lab~or haus been: spet in air is works they oveLrthro Hiis warning voice, unheeded. f dik* Ilis-legney forgot Their brotherhood i'slost in brnwl's *'%ut-out-thou damned .'rol !" . X Then welcome, welcome, bumble lot ! What hoots it to be great ? I'll dig and delve this little spot, Contented with my fate. All thing' are but inanities. The Preacher tells us aruc; Oh, vanity of vanities! " What shadows we pursue !" N. *See the petition from the madilnen o.f lla eril,presenlted to the Congressat ar LthntedI Stats by that madman. John Quitcry Adams. .-Printer's DeviL MY COU'NTiY. AssEgIJCA ! soil of'my birth. l1om~e of my sires, I'.m proud of thec, 'Ihero's not a lovlier lnnd ont cman., ' No matter where the spot tony he. Best with the produce of each clittme, The temperature ot'e.'ry rone : Turn where we wsill, the genund. tni blime, And beautifual are all our own. There blnmns theorange bright with flow 'rs, Anid here the waving corn is seen: The golden atutunmo grnint is ottri. The orchard's fruit, the meadow's green. Our vessels ail on dist ant seas. *Their glorious st ripes aud stars unfurlcd; Our anners w'ave on every tbreeie, In ev-ry climatn of the wor!d. Then let tis. joining hand in hand. Pray that forever thus ae be; And let the watchword of our land, Be Virtue, Honor, iberty. Miscellaneous, PIILS DMLPuIA, Feb. 17. 1842. Suide of the late Cashier of the Toto anda Bank.-This niorniug ntbout 0 W'cll. Jolm G. Bloyd. late Cushier of the Towan, da Bank, in Bedford ciounty, of this state, committed suicide at the house or a Mrs. Seymour. in Schuylkill 7th street. a lw doors below Vine-stre t, by shooting hiin self in the head with a pistol, of which wound he died tn a few minutes after 10 o'clock. ie comnitted the act in a front room on the second story, under circun ,stances that reave no doubt that he design ed to take his life rather ihnu submit to be come an inmate of the prison. It appears that ie has heeu in the city since Saturday lasi, and as was his praciice made this house, the hoie of his mistress, his ilace of lodging. Yesterday morning he was arrested :here while am breakfast, by offi. cer Saunders. of the SheriiPr office. at the suit of the Bank of Pent Township, invon, ing a clainm for thirty-one thousand dol lra, growin- out of sonic transactions of his with that Baik, while he was connect ed with the Bank at Towanda. He re mained in the cmiti.'v of the officers dur. iug tile whole day anil night up to the mo w:ent of the act whici hurried him into :terniiy. Part of yesterday lie was at the dAice of the Counsel for the linsik of Penn Pownship. and last evening proceeded with he officer to the Bank for the purpose of AT-ciing amc arri;gements in relation to he claim. They r.n:mined there until af er ten o'cioek, anid then proceeded to the Aice of his Attora.cy. where he remained jaiil after fetr W'lock ihis morning-the P ifficer then proetered a Cab, with the inten ion ufconveying- him in the Debtors' apart- a nent of the Moyzamensing prison, but .a a Enyd's request went it) the house of Mrs. ' 5eymour. for the purpose. as lie said. io f ake his clothing and portmantean with it im. . Here he packed up his clothes, and b turning one or two letters. brought his b lothing into the parlgr doa.stairs. lie hen expressed a desire to go up stairs for ine article more. when the officer said, you r annot go n ithout mnie, and they both pro- b eded up stairs-Hovl entering the room t rhile the officer retnaincel at the door. -pansent fLrLit nnae-in the rooms.hn. a neaj, exclained-- My Gud, he has shot tl iiitself." s The whole tragedy *as but ihe work of i moment, and so culin and cool was the leceased, that no one susliectel that lie id any dcign upon his life. The report c ifthe pistol ias niot louder than that of a i iercu,.ion cap. and until the exclamation >f the female, the uilicer n as not aware of mov !uch dred. Tie hall was not discov .dif and it is suppo-4ed. uatli have ldged t or have passed down his ihoeai . From lie commission of the act utintil he died, he vas perfectly setsible, but refused to an ier ar explain nnv thing. lie is about birlty-five vears tof-a-, :wl has a wiife stid I wo erbildrc i the imieri'r tit the state. Llovd was :urned-' on: of the alire of sash er' o the Baak. about the first of Jainuary. i h:iiing b,-et ascerta i taied that ie hat -anduleitly issne. a l.trize amnount of Re Sri Vb us.--Journal of Connutr e. c From tM: Bstun Courirr. ?!-TATi2N of PLANTs. C The C omtier of Novetnoher -ith. (e2ai2 i #,' I pararaaph firom the Kentebec journai. r ,ating. that " Mr. John Siile- of that ilace, hav year raired pointoe. n-- lie s:v-. 1 rom2 the fruit or blbs of the gilliflawe- - x the vernrity of.lr. Seiley, th.-re ii n . ..i-9tion.: Thei- onlr e-tien is-u U lit- and I iii lianilv tie all mi-stakent ?" Th'ie 31aine ':lh ieatt'ir, :il'si -.setim ie 5ince. ceOtaIined il ,-veral 6:ie tf s3tatments of ahe alleged hane of one lumil iutol anottheer. Tlhus,. cording to credlible aeee mot 4. gilliflowter teters har1~e becom~te peotatoest. T1iger hi lies ;ave becen pr~cuired from an agtnatic plant, std yellont lilies fromn the peony. Whieni, j ni wertcrn Ne w Yoerk. has oftentimes irn d ito c he-, liarley has beent kmnw n to roduce oats. A respectabhle centleman~t in he towni of Mlount Venon (in Mie.~ tie rresumte.) lately remarnkedt, --that doe. 212w or other, he did not kneow n bt. the, amlersoaf thai towtn ceul not raise learle-y ith suce.s,. They -,OW barley, arid it ~.>es- Up) oats.' A singulair insttanteceof his was late-ly mnentionsed by one of thte' ntost re'spectnable physicianis of Mlaines.h'imi eli a skilful farmer. Wheian he nitendted he mnedient le-cttures nt D~arttmotib Col~ege. e htad eccas5ionfl tO ow a patch of bley-i. It camfe ti j, noed dhe-ve:pod the- unrcy le-av rock-I, and teadlw; in this early smnte. amo atelhebhroke in, andJt aeldowne, in ser-' ra. laces. those pilaut< to the ground. Tho I est gre w and ripened' inteo barley. butt thea ent up nlew i::alks. wchich, proceding frotm I le ob. ruots, vielded oats in overy cas.. l'is is eertainly very stranec. It wvouldi e well for otir own curiuus farmers to try I emeU esperimnts i-t this way, and infoto I he publbe of the result. Expri-ence has detmotn-traetet. that Slippery Ehem hark dlried, nti reduiced to potwder, aend'hoiled with sweect milk, s not f nly a very pleasanlt hsevernee for the sick,1 I lI also itti exCelhete medicinie. It pne vents children tromn havin: "summrer comU rlaints"'and is very good for consuta perons an-.I dy'epeptica. -Agricultu ' .4bsense nf .Vind-The Whis - abnout their nrincipne, . THE BANKRUPT LAW. The following brief summary of t. steps or proceedings to be laken bya ba4 . rupt in the discharge nauder the provisiocs of the Bankrupt Law, whj h went intoef. feet on the Iut ist., is rep'blished rom the Republican of Nov. 9th. It will beofser vice as a matter of reference not only to' tho3e who wished to take advantage ofthe law, but alsoto our legal friends:. 1. An inventory 1ne4 .l aerefully pre pared, containg an accurate statemenr-ae. m r tog to the best of she bankrupem know I- dge and belief, of his creditors, their pla. ets of residence, and the amount due to eachi also an accurate inventory of the bankrupt's property, rights and credits of ,very kind, and the locaGon and station the-eof, and every part of it. The petition smmbodying this statement, and a declara. hiur. of the bankrupt's iuability to pay his Jebts, must then he drakn nnJ veri6ed by the oath of the bankrupt, to be taken be 'ore a district judge of the United Statesf or before a contmisAioaer appointed by the :our t for that purpose, or befor. a disinter .a ed stare judge where tho debtor lives. Sec. 7.J This petition may the, be pre mieted to the district court of the district o'here the bankrupt resides at any time. Sec. 1, 6. it. On this petition being preseuted to the ourt, the court will thereupon order a bear ug as directed i. Sec. 7, and notice thero. pon to'be publi-hed by the debtor in one or nore newspapers to be designated by the our, which notice must be published at iast twenty days before the hearing; and be notice must st ate the time and place of be hearings. and all persons are thereby otified. anod may appear and show cause. Nany they have, why the prayer of the etitioner should not be granted. This hearing is to be before the court, nd is to be upon the testimony of oath or ffirmation-and wher6 the testimony .is rritten, the depositions must be taken be Ire a district judge, commissioner or dis taeresteJ State Judge. (See. 7.) The' ankrupt shiuld be prepared to attend this earing with his counsel. This is a preliminary hearing. IlI.Upon the order erdecree of bank apteyfollowing the hearing the debtor, reomes aisolutelY divested of hi' proper. ; assIgnees are! immed i tey appointed y the court by order, and all the pruper se net roe creditors naming any of the as. igners. But thu court will exercise pro. er discretion on this sulbject. IV, The assignees having been appoint. 'I by the court imtnoiiatoly after the de ree of bankruptcy following the hearing, is their duty. to proceed at once to take roof of debts. and to reduce the property f the debtor to inoney; and declare a div. Jend so as to havo a speedy settlement of be hankruptie estate a s required in Sec. . rhe bankrupt in the mean time must I all times bold himself in readiness for xaminitation under oath touching his pro. erty mitcd delt, before the court and as gnees. The courts are to prescribe rules md regulations a' to the proving of debts efore the i%,igniees. V. The b.inkrupt having made a full rrenler of his property, and having ump'ied with auch orders and rules of nurt as hnve been prescrihed. and the as iene. lia ing discharged their duties and losed1 the estate, the bankrupt must then ive public notice in sonie public newspa 'er, de,i::nited by the court, to all credi irs whio have proved their debt, and tiher iersoni, interested to appear and show nise w !y thr bankrupt'should not receive i-4 dischare- and a certifento thereof. Ylieh notiicm iust be iblished at least eventy dlay a before the time. of final hear The cou.irt in certain cases may direct ersonal service of the notice. Afler the expiration of.minety days from eeree ofhankruptcy,mnd after the publica rin of the niotice, and compliance with the ther provuiiO first mentioned-if upon he finut hearing no sufficient charge be hownt against the dischurce, and a major v in nummbcr anmd value of the creditors ho l:nve preir ed their debts do nor object ') it!h? a written dlissent-andc upon peti airn fo'r the disharge, ululy piresenited for liat purpose. thte court tvill grant n fuzll ischarge of' the banmkrupt from all his 'rbes-nd~ erant a certificate thereof, and be sent of thme comtrt, which will he yalid enitist all suits atnd claims against the ankrtipt up to the time of his bankruptcy. VI. Ar the henrintg Iast mentioned; the' nort hefore whom it is had, niny, if they re of the opinion that the bankrupt has ot comphed sith the terms of the act, or .. een guilt y of anyv fraud, or if a timajority n nttmblw an:l vailum of the creditors who ad pr.,ved their debts. Aile a wrktlo di. ent to the discharge, re~fJ5se ecbre ndt certifectes-, in which'sitenu bank. . upt mty, if hie thinks proper, demnand 'a ril oftihe facts hefmire n jury,'or appa rom the deci.min fthedistrct cedrtb' precnt is to be 'riedl at the nest circuit nurt heren fter to be held skrbef bydi t utrt or before a jur, atthO debter's eptise The forms whichbereflleour or the pirpose*IB J .ak elliaiGle the mod s' , o bridthaprt the et. T~~ltee