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EDGEFIELD C.. 11. lyEDNESDAY. DM.:cE1Itn 5 i14D Volunteer AnCompany. The members of thik Cotipany are regnested to meet at the Court flouse,-on the 3rd Salur day in December. (15th.) It is expected that every nenber' will punclually attend. The unifbrm and caps will be ready by that-timie for delivery. 07 The a1Aence of our Editor and the want of room must be our apology for the lack"ol' Editorial. 11 We atie reqested to state that the ex'er c'ses-oP the Baptist Slate Convention will com nence'on- Saturday morning the 8th instant,.in. the Baptist Meeting [louse. Piofessor EDWARDS of the Furman. Theo logicaf histitution will preach the Introductory SSntnon at 11' o'clock, A. M. Prenthing nay be expected on- Fiiday eve ning in the Baptist Church. Our Correspondents. We call tle attention of our readers. to our Columbia Correspondents for Legislative news. We shall in our next, endeavor to give a synop sis of the proceeding of this body. We take this occasion to return our thanks to our cor respondents, and hope they will continue their favors during the Session. rovernor's Message. To give the entire' Mesage of His Excel leitcy Gov. Seabroolr, to:our patrons, we have been cotmpelled to- omit our - usual variety of matter and to publish a good number of Adver tisement3 ott an extri; Hogs? Itogs !! Already four or five droves of Hogs lhtae or. rived' in ott Zillage-aand still more on the roal hither. Drovers at-e asking 31 g'ross. at Which prices a few small lots have been sold; but purchasers are holding of, and are not wil ling to give more- than thtee. Proru'the'num ber of fl'og driv'n to our State; we ate of the opinion that 3 cents-gross is' more than likely to be the highest fi;ure' whieh the'D'overs' can expect this sasun." Editorial Carrespu'decee.: COLU.\1'BIA,- Di:c. 1. The two houses to day went into elections for 'Itreasurer of the Lower Division,- Conmnis sioner of Equity fir ricblatd' Distri't, athd Adjntant' and Iispector General, W. Laval, wa's-elected to the fir6t offiee;' Porcher. to the second and Gen.-Cantey, tuthethird. It would be neddlessti say, there was tunch"excitentent. Alessnge No.2; tran.the Governor has been read'und silbmitted-a copy of which I' send yot You w-ill sre tund:ir the head of" Pal. mnetto itegimencat," the Governo-'., stnys, th,atthe swol ds designied fur Col. Gbiddent, and fur the eldest sun of tire late Cul. P. al. Butler, and the medals for'thec couiimissioned and nion-comn mnis.ioned ofliL:erW and privates of the Re;:i inent are ready, or sodni will be ready to be de li vered. Thte Governor reca,mnietnds the' erec tiort of a tmoenumenst at the Caipitatl, to the meim ory df -the d'etsed memliers of the Pahtitetto RLegimentt. All the' matters containied in the rnessage have been-referred toi the appropriate commnittees. Nothing of muichf interest' has as yet' been brought before eitiecr 1Monste. The comnmittee tappoin ted to look inttt the dontditaon of the Bank, haave madhe thleir report. They repre sent the Banik as highly unsound, and greattly inisnaged, anid recomtmend thnt it be put in commission forthitih:se, os:iIly to close its op. erations withinu fiur years. This report, how ever; is-not likely to elicit debate, as, that por tion of the Govet nor's Meassge,' tonichintg the Bank, has beeti referred to a special joint com rnittee from both HiDnses, which is expected to report-witlrin a f'ew datya; when the whole sub ject, doubtlcss, will undergo warmand full dish cussion. Ther advocates and- opaponents of the Dank~ are prceparing themiselves;- it is thought, for a hard contest-all e<pitally sanguine 'of suecess, The Banik men, i t is said, are rallying ini gieat strength, and already see ini p ospective ta glo rious victory swaitinig their effortas.' We are unable to say-yet who will be the rt-spective champi6ns for the coming struggle ; but judge ing fyom thoughitful brows aind abstracted coun tenanices-of nuambers around us, many a young Hlero is. girding on hir armror of words and sharpeninig.his sword of thought for the event, fel criris~ Mamv a hard hkow will be, doubt less dealt against the- Buak, and mnany imanlul thrusts made in its defence; but if we may be allowed-our conjecture, the days of the Bank atre' numbered. The Anti-Bank party have the poter to crnsh it-and it is reasonable to suppose they. w,ll scarcely fail to uise that power. The Bane amen fancy they have a strong weapon' of5 defence in a "p~rotest," obtained from thetate Creditors in Europe, against winditng up the Bank. Bitt the Ant i-Bank mna reply, what need'our European Creditors care about: the Ba'/e provided they get th'eir pay ? And may they not be assured-that they saili be paid ! -lHas - the State ever repudiated her debts ? Aiid is shte not as competent to pay as the Bank?7 The Baunk, any way, is only collatrlLsecurity, and woutld' only be resorted ..to in case of failutre by ahm State to pay. And when has the State ever refutsedJ to pay her jmist debts ? Besides the assets of the Banik .may be taken to pay these very debts. In a word they si,y the collatteral pledge of the Bank to the State creditors-in Europe, is all mnoons/antc! Bitt inure of this ainon. A liill wvas introduced at the last Bession to restrict, within the limits of th'e State, the issue of anty hills, oir paperimoney, of 1ess. denoamiation titan twenty dollars. A - CojmmTitnoas n apnte to;r.p. t , up.. the bill at the presrut Sessitn; which they have accordingly done through their Chair man, Mr. Cunningham-the mover of the Bill. The report is recommendatory of the Bill ; but really we are unable to divine the true purpose of the Bill, or to under stand the political economy of the report. To suppo;e that South Carolina without the aid of the other States of the union could effect so serious a change in the cum ritercial policy of the country, or to s,ty" piose that the chaonie, if ttrought, would be of practieal utility-are conjectures the wildest'and' most fanciful. A little better liowledge of political economy would teach, that trade and currendy are not the idle spoits of fanciful legislation. There are laws which govern theni. superior and beyond the influence of a local Legislature, viz': the great piaciples of tmde and com ne-rce which work their results despite the che-ks and restraiuts- of Legislative acts and res lutions3. .1n naddim,in:totiho Bank, the " Souih'err gtustion;' a " Penitentiar.y," "giving t the peoplc the election' of Presildentiul elec tbrs," are subjects w hich will, probably engage the serious'attettion of the Legis' tature. . olutmbia is thronged' wvilh strarigers Every lotel and Boarding House is lite rally crowded. Here are the old and th solgr, the young rind the gay of otl sexes all eagerly bent on their pursuit of business or pleasure. This town is emphatically stage. and we are all players upon it, it every variety of character. FOR THE ADVERTISER. COLUM BIA, Nov. 29, 18-19. Ma. IEDIToR:-The Legislature has before i at this session, several matters of grave impor tantce, and which will create interesting disetu sions. The great Southern Question, has bce1 well presented in the Governor's M'essage, ani will commitaind the earnest attentin and receiv the most profound consideration of the repre sentatives of the people; in some form, dek .aates will be appointed to the Southern Con vention recommended by Mississippi. On thi question there will be no division. The Ban of the'Siate you will have seen, the Governo recommends- should be put in liqidation, th message onthis subject was referred, in bot Houses yesterday to a special joint coinmitte of the two houses, the proposition to give that direction was warmly opposed by the ad vocaies of the Bank, but it was carried by close vote. Neither the annual Report of th President of the Bank, or the reports of the in vestignting comnittees have yet been present ed: The present seetns to be a favorable time t commence winding up ant institntiotn wit which the State ought never to have been coa nected, and from which, according to lie known principles. she ought, ra soon as practi cable, to separate heself. Nothing but evil ca nlitmately grow ot of te connexion bAt wee Dank and Stte, and'those who have always op posed the United States Bank and renwnmbe the nionstro::s ab,ses and frauds developed a the teri-matiotn ifits chtrrter,eanr consistently di othecrwise than desire to avoid- like. results a hotme. rTe Bank vill probably be pint unde a president and*thtree or fouar- directors, be pre hibitcd frotm istuing bills or dittointing pape and instructed' to extetid' long' indinigence, desiri-d to itS soiimnd de btors. aind to secure, best it cati; diubtltful deb:s. rThere will be ti difiiculty ats to the foreignt creditors of' tht State, who are said, toi have by the termts< their loans, sorte cdaint to a- contitnannce of th Batnk, they are wvIling to redeive their mone: and thte sootner the State ptays it the better. is hoped~rite duy'is not' distant.-whent thte Stal will freeherself'fiorn all indebtedness, atnd itt traduce perit.nneatly into hter policy, tat soutn ec8lnomny-and good sense whicht wIll collect or ly sd nm'tw.h mn6rey t'romi the people as will men the ordittary expetnses of thte Government, an rerduce her finaincial system, to that simpilicit; which will entable every onne to ninderst a id 'it. A Painitetntiary is allnded to, but not- reconi mended in the Governtor's message. T1he et penise of establishing such ant itnstitntioniov when all the resnitrces of the State miay needed to defend our rmost vital inuterests, again the aggressionts of the North, will at least pos3 -prone it foar thie present. Ott this subject tmuc diversity of opinion exists. The two Carol nas are the oin!y States iihouit a Petnitenitinr arid whethetr they will suff'er, by a comtpcrisol with- thteir' sister' States, as to the quaintity I crinme corminited,;s ignt'Ieli to dottbt. It is bi ieved bny thne beat inforrmed, thtat we lhas h'ewer offences itnlpropiortiont t' onr p)opulatioI than arty State itn the Union, or arny goveri tmentt in the worlde No one proposesi' arriouisly to abolish c:ip t~I:pirhislbimen for mnrder arid some other o fences. and ihr what few larcetnies, iradingwil slaves, and snch like oll'ences; as are commitil ted ini the State, it rny be well questiotnet whether the whippiing post is tnt theo most el i-cttnal, as it is certninrly,:the ch'enpest-remnedj In auty view the fullest irtformattiun as to ens the experience of other States;. the prospect< its paying its way; the hest mode of conistmn< tion antd goverttnenit, should be catrefuilly co1 lee*.ed, before anty final action is had on-.then sula ject. Decemtb'er 1.:1849. The fLegislatinre has'ntearly disposed of th candidates f'ornoffice anid is ini the miidst of busi ~ness. bothl houses being earnestly:n t work. Ysterday te Governtor sent in ' his Messag J'io. 2, ont various subjects, armontgst others, ht recommends that the Legislature take measure to insure the reptresentatinn of thtis State in ti Southern Conivenmion, proposed by Mississippi to meet in Nashville in .June, ui-bich will b done. Thte Governor alluded in this message to tht Burnley 'ddb, anud initimates that it will be clear loss to the State. Yotr readers imay rut nmemiber that Governor Johr.sont in his messagi of last year protnunce this whle-tafinir, a gros irmpositioin ott the State, and they wvill dutnbtles also recollect that your Senator, Mr. Griffin ii 1848, exposed the clairof turley, as utterly unfounded. I rementbertoo, that .Mr. Griffin oppo3ed the claim-oi its passage through the -Senate, and the result, has vindidated his'sagas ity, and attention to yot:r interests. To day the deports of the special committees to exanitie'the lank of the State, or at least some of tlem were read in both houses. The one in reference to the Branch of the Bank in this place,-p-odnced quite a sensation, it shows the niost palpable violations of the charter; great' favoritisn in some of its loans, mary debts- of long standing and no interest paid, notes on which the officers are indorsers and principals protcsted and not in snit, and other matters of like natur e. It appears that Welt land has half a million of money borrowed, and Fo irfield a large amount-the remoter districts, not much. The result of this eiamination, which has been more thorough and searching than usual, show. thit a State institution will always he abused, bec.use it is next to im. possible, in the usual and ordinary uiodes, to ascertain the true state of things. The'detet mination of the people to separate Bank and State seems to be growing, and that sneatwill be tle result, no calm observer can now doubt. Gen. Cantey was to-day re elected Adttjant General, by at close vote over Cul. Dutnovant. Win. Major Laval, Treasurer of the Lowe. . Division. There have been two ballouings to -diny for Comptroller General, McCully a head, Simpkins and Pickens next, this eleetion s:inds oya,till next week, the result is donbtful PINEY WOODS. - nOR THg ADVERTISER. CoLUMBaIa, Nov. 29, 1849. DF.an Stn,-According to promise, I will give von the news, an-l the manner in %which " thing - are done up" in Columbia ,at-the present Session of the Legislature. ;i the first place, the first thing that at. tracts the attention of the looker on, is the t number of Candidates for Ofice. Toe election of l)oor Keeper, was the first on the carpet. Amt'ng the number of aspi rants, was otne frot your DistriEt, S'tand' ford F Mray, Eq., who proved to he the I better' nan," at the winding tap of thec race, his original w:it, and persuasive man ners made a. deei impression upon! the Members; ahd:aliho' he was fourth on the first hea:, yet his'friends had every confi dence in him, as he seemed but linlo dis. tressed anal.cooled ofT ihally,ot the second heat he n,a only maintaiied* his' ground, but came out third best, and on thne third, seconlhest. On the fourtli; the friends of ' the diferent candidates rallied, brought e every thing to- bear'that would have any influence in the race, but it wab- " no go," the ldgefield nag came nuf ttwo (2 votes) lengths ahead. The fifth, was now to d" e side the race, all the candidates I1)aving withdrawn but two, May and McElliany a son of the old Door Keeper. May, how ever, from the untireing exertions of hit friends proved too hard for him, and wat elected by a considerable majority, th< election bein, declared he proceeded tc r the Speakers desk, and tnas duly quali .lied, and is now discharging the dutius o his ofie. Td-day the eleetions for Commissionert and Masters in I.quity, came ol, on I1l r first ha:lloi all were elected from thae dif'e rent Districtt, but Richland. I can forn no idea how it will terminate, as there are now thare.e canadid,ate-,, one having with. dr;awn. Ther are yet two other election: to comte ofY, which is ex'citing unuisual inte. rest. Comnparoller'General and. Tiretasurei of the Lowver Division... Col. Pickens; delivered a fine tadress !before tthe State Agricultuaral Society las night, whaich is spoken of very highly. We have every thing here thtat is calcen lated to amuse you. Thb E>adies liehren Betnevolent Fair, is-tw opsen for exhibi r ion, and the way things are "done u p is cur'itaus, I stepped in last tiighat out o cttriosity, mo.re than attj thiing else, atu ebly the timne I turned'round to'adinaire thi haeauty atn,l neat arrangetmett of' ever3 thin::, a dozen little mnisses wairarounhd tme " Do M ist er," they say, as it were witl one voic'o, "bdi' thais pretty b/eau'k, oath 5 ents," or 10 c.ts. as the ,case be. " Sir cotme, do bauy it," and the first thing I knew I htad a 10 cent piiece in my fingeris, atnt -nat sooner oe, otne of them gave me beau/. Thinks I:to myaelf, I'll qtuit thi crowd. atnd in endeavorinig to extricat m ayself, I fell into woarse hituds. A vecr h aandsome )oung ladty,- " Siy Sir, can't tsell you somthling to, night ? .here is pretty faab ; very paretty Sir, only fifty cenat tSir, do but it." "aI tohal her it was ver cheap, ad really bauttiful, but I hta hatught so manay things, and taketa so mana ~chances, thant my mroney was tall gone. ~,She still hutag oan to tme "here is a beau *tiful dall, and I'll sell it very cheap. - Well-Maiss," saidi 1, "give usalie price.' " Only two dlollarsSir." " Is thtat all,' says I, "it mnu,t bae very cheap.. andi it i so very beatutifuL" '* Yes Sir," she says av:ery pretty, do~ baty it." "' I don't ktaoa - whiat te d abaoutt it," says I; "do you ga tan tick ? " " Oh, no Sir. we go oat ala cash system entirely." WVell, I was cott tpelled to take a chagce, which cost am fifty c'ents. IOn Wednesday nilbt, of ntexl w-eik the Romana Catholic Fair, comnes off. am told it will be a spletndid allair. I have no doubat it will he numenrouasly attended, ut so far as l am conceroed, ltallI sa " n.t gd." Trhi-wilite an exreiting- Session-. The Batak qbestion will come up,' and the friends.nd- ni.iuankc men,- atre organi zitg th'eir lnrces, to rTinke ready for battle. Trh'e Penitentiary, will 'excite somneinterest, atd thte giving of the election of Electors of Presidenat and Vice President to the people, also. Frora all I can learn, ithere is a sarong probability of Edlgefield gaining another Member to the Legislature. iThere isa large fraction-in her favor, and in all probability the increase in poapulation will make at. You mnay hear from. tne ngain soon..-Q SDEA-'r'r-oFGEN. OtCat-A tel'egrsapie espatch to thec Savanaa Republican, from Macon, ananounces that Gena. Duncana L. Clitnch died at that place Otn 'tesday evening, after an illness of nine days. ELEGANT.-The'phraSe "agglting o'n tis own btook" is now more elegantly Irenered "waging wvar upon thae pern t iiadivti;,uahi, ofri p,ers.o... cu...." BY LAST NIGIT'S 1IMAIL. From-the CdIumnbiaTclcgrph" Dec. 4. FURTlER BY TH E CANADA. B rALTIbor". Dec. 2.-'he Canada's mail has revched th1is:place, with Liver pool dais to the 17th till. The stuck of Cittnn on hand Was. 390. 000 againit 460,000 hales at the same dute litst'year. The olicial quotatious aft 9s folio ts: Fair Upland, .Gil. Mobile, 6:1,. Ot leans, 7. At M1anchester trade wae ictive. Rice was quoted at from 14 t';20s. IAwR, 14th Nov..-There has been an' advance of'5-frnks in Coton. The sales' ufithe week amount to 24,000 bales. Ar!ya1A SENATrIS.-The lions. W. R. King and Jcrit. Clemens have beeen elected U. S: S'entorg from Aahama.' Mr ICing- was elected t,n the third ballot for sir'years, as succe3sor to Mr. B3atby. Mr. Clemens, on the sixth ballot. to till the unexpiredierm of the lion. D. ii. Lewis, deceased. Tu'i Deniocratic cuuetis of Saturday. in I Vashington. nominated Hon llowell Cohb. of Georgia, as Speaker. and the Whigs nominated Mr. Viuthrop. MELANCnoLY AcctbEiT,-6e deeply. regret to leat thht on Saturday last, whilst the two-sons ofJohnlM. DeSaussure. Esq., of Canden, were out hunting on their father's plnntation, the' eldest, Champion, was shot by the accidantia. discharge of his,brothar's gun. He died wvithiit an hour or two after. The deceased was in his 17th year, and was an amiable young. men. -South Carulinina, Dec. 4. UNraRTUNATE AND FATAL RLNCON TRE.-A most unfortunate rencuntre ttc curred in the lower part of this District. on last Friday, between Samuel and Pitck ney. Workinai, brothbrs,' which. w. are sorry to add, resulted in the death of Samuel. Pinckney. immediately gave himself up to the proper authorities ; and the ne.t made an application under the habeus corpus act, before two Magistrates, to be admitted to bail-which was granted' in the sum of two thousand dollars: The facts of this case, as elicited on the application:forhail. are as follows-viz: Snie ditliculty had arisen between the parties, concnroin; the ineasuremient ol' wheat--when Samuel Wnrinen pr'esented a loaded and cocked gon, at the breast of Pinckney Pinckney was standing rear' his brother, with a comhion pocket knife' open in his handil. n ith which he was tiim= ming a stick, to scrde as a tiilly for the wheat-and when Sitmuel presented the gun, he strek him two hlows.on-ihe neck with the knife, one of which seVering the carotid arterv, c aused tlfu death of Sarnuel in a short'tinie. All the facts in this case, we learn, tere not fully developed before the Magistrates -hut.enotigh was elicited to lead to the cnoclusion that the case was one of self defence.-Laurensville [erald, 30th ult. TFI. BoItrnN CLtAiAorANTr..-The Manchester Guardian, contains a long ae count of the second interview between Mr. Maddock; a friend of Sir John Frank I, an ths Bolton clatirvoyatIte. She profcseed in have hadl interviews witli'Sir Johni Franklin andi Sir Jnine's Ross, de scribed their position in the ice, with'suin dry othier mnintuti:2. She said sIte bad some rcfreslitent with Sir Jhhn Frknklin; whIo liad his pravlions in thick-titn boxes. lie had also siume haril m'aat in alig tub. Sir John shte said woujld be out orthe ice in less than nine tmonthis. Tjhat it wats ten inites past eleveti by Sir J-ohn's time; anid .a grter puast ten a gnnd-wile afolter by Sir John' Ross's time. Th:tt site went a good wnf~ fui-tlier than Sir Jbmtes Ross, wher'e it was very dark, and the stars went round and'dcidi no't twin'lel, but she was sure it w'asrjiuite ridiculous to at tempt t timid a ron,d for ship over there. Thant she founid Sir John in a honse made of' large blocks of ice, about nine yarmds from the shtiji. Thalit Sir Johni haid been ai great way over the couitry,, liui had i'e tund to his ship. That Sir John Franiklini had secn the natives, but not Sir Jlames Rloss; and that there wete t.wo ships- on their way home, which would' britig good niews. The staresiet of this girl have excitedl great interest aill ov'er the conutitry. Ii has excited attenttion at the Admiiratlty, and the matter' is said to hare beeti iiT quired after ini high qnarters. 11AM BURG, Nov. 28. Couan.-The market foir this~ article was very lmTl te first three diiys of time 'wee.k timnder re t'iew. On Mdotnday mn6rning the detmanud be. cou'te riceived by the Caheiloin, amid has remiained briskiip toi the piresenit tinme. WVe quote Ordimnary mo Middtling 9.pr o; ;Goodl Mid lin-ug to M iddlhing Fuir 95 to 9g& Good Fair mo thoice, 9:} to 10. A UGU STA, De. 1. ooa.-Tfis market itt this place to,day was very quiet. The qutantity of cotlon oflering was large and ht6lders were so stiff that buyers could not itot operate to any extent. Tlhes es * C the damy were very limited. Prices. romain unchaftged. * ~ IHAiLESTON, Diec. 3. The sales or Cotton to-idny fiotedll1,700Jhales. atTn range of Iroit 10 a 10gcents. The muarket was someuwhat noimauted: andim n gnod detnaiti prevniled, bimt no cinge wnga munife'st in prices ih-the 271t iit. by the Rev. John Trapp, Mr. Bliut WVHArt.EY oif this Ilistrict, to fisse fiIARGRE~TTA J. BAt.EY,' of Gr.sccetill, Antrimn Cittutty, Ireland. On the 22d i. by James Illacktwell, Esq., Mr. Jona~ C. ktMBEtt.m. to Mtiss Et.tzABsE JENatNGs. tall ot this District. Jew David's or Ilebrewv Plaster. Of this celebrated Plnster, it is onily nuecessa ry to say, nto remnedy hats heremofore been dis covered to emqutal it in curing inivetermatn ulcers. antd all sores. either fresh or long slimidinpi for piainms ini the back, brenmst, side, or limbs, .occa sioned by cold, gont, rhieintmiuti, &c. It is n e.ffectuialhenre for cortis ott the feet, wietiair phie~d a snflicienit ine. The genine is sold by G. L. PENN, Agent,| EJatchd . I ct. .., ]40n i.n 38 Duller Lode .iO. 7. *. @9, 9. IF. (A Regularmeeting of thisa Lodge iill' re held on Monday evenm; next at 7 ':lock; F. H. WARDLAW, Sec.. December 5 11 46 Lost ON Snuday evening last. a Whalehone Walking Cane. the head or hsan,lle re presents the head of a hburl. The fiitder will :onfer a flvor on me by leaving is at my Store. J. COHN. Dec 4 1849 tf 40' aist Chance :' T IIANKFU L to a generons public for the vety liberal patronae whi:h I have re ceived ir, my business of retnovating of feathers in the village aad vicinity. I now inform those hah ate yet wanting their bie-l. renovated, to send their work in without d, lay. . I will cease to renovate before ohristmnas'nI thi.ilade. . W. ii. 8PECK. Dec 5 1819 if 4t .IdritfslrIslor's Serde. B Y an o-der-from John Hi i, Esq. Ordinary of Edjgelield District, will be sold on the 274h December, at the lato residence of Ileze kinh Stron, deceased, all of the personal proP erty belunging to said deceased, consisting'of 14 LIKELY NEGROES; among whom is- a- good Blacksmith, Coin, Fbdder, Wheat, Oats, llorses and Fatning and Stock.Hogs, Sheep and Cattle, one road Wag. oh, Blarksnrilh and Plantation Tools, House hold-ahd Kitchen Euriture,and-one lot of Got ltin Seed, &d. . Taats-All snms of $5 and niider, ,cash; ill snms over $3, twelve months credit, the purchaset to give Note and two approved se cnrities. property trot to le removed until the terms of sale are complied with. and if re-sold, will be re-sold at the former pturchasers- risk. U: F. & S. C. STkO'l, Adiit'is:. Dec 5 18.19 4t' 46' .lizInistrator's Sale. Y an order from the Ordinary, I will sell to the highest'hidlJer'at the late residence of James J. Still, deceased, on' Tdeselay the 18th inst. till'the personal estate of skid- decea-' sed; conisisting of TWENTY-ONE LIKELY NEGROES. Corn, Fodder, Oars, Shucks, a likely gtock of horses, Cattle and flogs. one Git-head, Blak smith tools, one road Vaggon. yoke ofi Oxen and Cnris. Plantation Tools, Household and: Kitchen furcitnrrd, with many other articles too tedious to nientiin.. ... ... Terms, all-sums nnder five dollars cash: all snmas of and above that amount, on a credit of twelve months; notes with two approvedsec u rity will be required. JAMES STILL; Adm'r Dec 3-1849' 2* 46: Adniinistrator's Sa'le. B Y an order from John Hill, Odinary, I shall proceed to sell atthe hite rpsiaeuce of W1illi.am llohnes, decensed; oin the 18 and 19 Dcetber next, the pershonal estate of said de. ccase.l, consisting of seventeen likely Negroes, Mules. Horses, Cows. llo_s. Con, Fodder. )ats, Pantation'and Illaclcsniitli Tools, House, hold and Kitchen' Furniture. and delter articles not mentioned. At'the saine' time will he hi red three Negroes beloiging'ti the said Estate. Terms of sale, all snms under tetn dollars. cash; all saims abve ten dollars, twelve month" credit wit' a nole and two approved securities. .i J. B. HOLIlS, Adm'r. Nov S 1.?4O 2t 45 Adnlinisllrator's Sale. OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of N ni order fromuJ,uhnr Hill, Esq.. Ordinary of Edgefiehl Disiict. I 'shall proreed;to spll at my .esien.n on Thuarsday the 27 day of Decem her inist. ihe followinsg property, ma.wit: 11 head of horses anid nmales, cattle, hogs.. three wa;rgon.s amid tenr, coirn atind f'odder, household amd kitc'heni turusture, anda-ther articles ton te dllans tao mention, breimar part or ie personial property ofl huogh al' Quiarle's, decensed. K. a. F ULIll',R, A dm'r. in right of' hiin:ife. N. ll.-Thlsere wviili e hiredtwenty nsegroes, it'the sarme timse and'pfac'. IR M. FULLER. Dee.538549: 4: 46 T HE TOA D again for TAX COLLEG TrOlR..intetnds laa runi tIme whole race if he~ erti beaten ; he w'omidm'snsy to Uncle Sam, that ihere h.ive harena a great nsziny whsarf rums rnisedJ arousnd the pnbllic tars yardJ, thme TrO.\ D has never yet land te pnrring.of a Bull Skimn. Old Genrlemian yon v'oid daa wvel to send thomse org slIck jaild fellomws ofl , and telt them to diw in the granmd as the TL)A D haes been doing, niid'let t be old fellinv comne in with ma'ail amust. Drry dowvn abOODY hARRIS. Dec 5 1840 mlf 45 Boarding for Young Ladies. T H E Susbieriher wl comaaewt honrliing, eigril or tEan YianomgLadies. H is ouse 'is romy nal pleasantly situa ted,.conve nienst to:the Female Aceneies. Parents and Garilias unty be msnrbd that' ev'ery nmtentriilm necessary will b'o paid' to Girls e'mnmuitted to his ensre. . E'DMOND PENN. D)ec 5'1849 tl' 46 STATI, OF SOUTH' CA ROLINA. EDGkEFIE LD .DISTRi.CT... IN THE COURT OF ORDINARV. CharlesR. Glianton, App't. Summ nons Mary dianston, & others Def's. Palitoan. : Tr appearing to tiy satisf'action thsai He'nry IParkmuan ansi wife Mary; Smmnel Broad -w vaterainnd Mrtha his wife. Distrihbutees ini the Real Estate of Lewia Giant/ms, deceased, residle beyond the limanita of' this State. It is therefore ordered'- that thsey dlo apear'in thse Court at Ori1'ry for the D)isrrict afoiresaidl, ott or be, fore the first Monday ini Marchl next, to show case if aViy they' have, why the said lanida should nomt lie div'ided air sald for P'armition. Civemansler my hand at my Office this the 15th dav-of' November A. D. 1849. JO HN HlILL., o.K. r>. Die 5 1849 3m1 46 A' LL peasonms indebted to S. 0. Rotberts,- de cased, by note or acecount. are req1uestedl to make sethliment immrediaterly, with Felix La~lie, und those having deman:ds against the same, tin render them ini properly artestedl. ELIZA IROBERTS, Adim'r. Dee 5 1849 2r 46 1LL persons indaebted to tieo Estate of ..John E. Doby, deceased. are regiaeae to make paymni:t. araid'those hav:ng demnn#ndls aginst the Estate, will renderthem in proiperly.' attested? .J.OEL OURRYb Adm'r. Dde 5 1849 3IL 46 Coice INew Orop.MtoIasses. 2O BA RhtR ELS new Grogt New Orleans Molasases. 10 Barrels Ssnar House Syrtip; 6 llhds. pnriio W. 1. Mailasses. For sale by Ui. A. K ENRICK. NEW CONFECTIONARY sind Seg er Store. HA.1 BURG, S. C. B. McCREIGHT respectfltly in ' forms-the citizens of the State gener ally, thtt he ls taken the Brick .Store inte ut below KE TCIIUM's A MERICAN 10 TEL, where ie is now. receiv'ing the l;trgest and lineat stock of CGnlt ctionaies; Fnits and Se. 'ars, ei-er brought to this mtarket. whicli he of. tems at unially low prices fir Cash and Cash only lie hopes by strict attention'tb 6in,itess to merit a share of patn nage. H is r:tock con sists in part of the litllowine articles:' 20.000 Sagars of the fG,luwing Brands-La 1Eunn. El- So, -. 11,dia; La' Cthannta, liar r'atco, tegaulias of all kinds, &c. t1c. --ALSO'-" 1000 lbs. Asarted Gandies. Almonds, Raisins Cmi rants, Cranberries, Citron, &c. &c. Pitno A pples, Oranges. Maliga Gra pets (Fresh,) Dricd Figs, &c.&c. Pre'u-rves. Jans athd Picklesq of every variety. Dec u l4 3-o 46 N1TICEe Eri, Undersignrti proprietor oPli' h'CAR T OLINA HOTEL Located on Centre St. in the Town of Ilamburg. Will dispose of the unexpied term of ht' lens tothis eleg:tht and well known cst;tbli-hmien,t, at public action, on the 27U'da y' of December next. unless sooner disposed of tt private S.le. lie will at the same time dispose of t'te fu'rntitr'e, belonging to the establishnient, all of wdhich is' new anw of a superior quality, well adapted tin lfutel. The Cariliat Hotel has been long estiiblish. ed and is wtell.known to the trtawelling Cotuntt nitn. .11 Tla'e'entlv been tlioron4ily repnirel. well fur'ni:li d- and is, at this tiue,-receiving d'liber al patronajge' Terms made known on tle-dity of,ald e JOHN A. HOUSTON De 5t19' 4t 46 Ne* Boarding House. M RS. FORD,. respectfully infnotns her frienids'and the pubtie..that sli lin inken the second. stoiy over M r. Ji Coln's Store, at Edgefield Court:Hiase; where she lias dpened a BOARDING' HOVSE. fir the nceommnoda ,tion of Permanent'ant Tiansient Boarders. - lier-terins for tegnilarboardera, will be $10 per niorith for h'oarding and' lidgifib.--$2, per week for boarding m ithot,t lndeitg. Genilemen visiting- the Village. dai'.he n commdaltted with regular menls. (at all I,onrs of thedty, and'tntil 10 o'clock. P. M..). at the low price of 25 cents per meal. Nov. 21, tf 44 Eieculor's Sale... BY an otler from the Ordinary orEdgefieltl District, we shall proceedf th .sell at the late residence of.llenrv. W. Rnherfpr4, dee.'d., na TU.ESDAY the 11t0 day of necember next, all the personal property of said Deceased. ,not specifically bequeathed. to wit: TWENTY-ONE OR'TWO NEGROES, Stok,of lorbes. linles. Cattle and logt. Corn and Fodder, Wheat and Oats. the present crop of Cotton one koad .WVtgon cpid. Harness. Cnggy and liarnes. Ph,niatton'Todls; Honse hold'and Kitcten Ftrntitre. Said*property wiT lie sold' on' i' credit of twelve months; exept for all stms' tinder five 'dtlla's. which will hereqitired in: nhh. Poar. chasets will be reqired to give note and two approved sectnrtties. The propiv:nbt chan_ed until thR terms. of sale are coniplied with, and if resoled. st the,risk of the first nnrchaser. (EORGE D; FlUET..and JOSEPH C. RUTH ERI; ORD, ..Executors. Nov. 21, 3t 43 Exeeutor's.:ile. Y an order, from the Ordinary of Edeefieltl lDistrict, I sha pr.cet 9 sd!l on WED NESDAY the 19th day of December next. at thce lacte residen.ce of- Richard'Cofeiman, dec'd., nll the~ personal Ipprty of saiVDeceased, not bequten.thed, coqeistang of 'PWENTY LIKE LY N-EGROES, Three' Ro.al WVaons and lanrness, two Yoke .of Oxen aand two 03 Carts.one Butrgy andu Har ness. atock ofIlarses. ntiles. Cat tle, H logs and -Shaee.p. Corn, Fodlder and Oats. Planitation Toola. Honsehold and Kjichen Furniture. Said property will he sold on a credit of twelve monthts'wilh note atnd two appioved scru.rities. except fear st.ims uinder five adollara. 'wvhiclh will be re'qired'in cnsht. The property not ch,angel tuntil.the terms air sale are complied wi, andt.'ifresold...at the ridk of tlte first pair. chaser. WVM. A. STRtOTHl ER. . . Executor. Nov.21, 4t 44 ... dniistr'ator's Sale. BY an aorder fronm the Orditnnry of Edefieldl District. I shall proceed to sell oan FRIDAY tlae 21st dlay, of December next, all the personal ptoperty of Jacob Peaw, dec'dl., coniitin)g of . nhont T HIRTX' NEG ROES. a large anutmber of 11ogs. Catte, H-orsee. Corn anad Fodder, and KCit.:haen'Fanrniture, &c., &c. All of the absove property will be i.old on a credit aiftw'elve months. The puirchiasers will he requtired to give noates with two or tmare sp prov'c su eties. Sants nider $5 doallars cash. II. R.!SPANN. Adminiustrator. .)EL H-ILL, in right of his wife. Naov.21, 5t 44 Executor's Snlc. W IL L bo s..ld on the 10th ol fhecembei'. at the late residence of Joseph Morris, Deceased, three tracks of land, the ftrst.coui. t.tining betweeni four and five huondrede heres.. the~ seconid contntining abonat twvo hnndred,'the - third, one handred and twetnty. these landsl are tao lie solad for one fourth cash, the balance one and t wo years credit, except the track contain ing two hundiredl aeres tea be sold fear eash. EDMUND MORRIS, Ex'or. Nov. 7, 1849, 5t 49. Estate -Sale. O N TUESDAY the 11th day of Decemnber next, I will ofi'er for saleut, the late tesi dence of 'Joseph ft. Addison,- dec'd.-, all hais personal Estate, consistinag of. TWE.NTY%NINE LIKELY NEGRtOES, [ldtses.- M.nles, Corn and.Fodder, Plantation Td'nils,. ,ndAther artitles.. 'zTaas-T~ewee -Months credit, with Note and two approved snretie.. WHIITFIELD).B. ADDISON, A dm'or.-with the WVill anniexed. Nov. 8,1849. 4t 43 NOR T HEN APPLESi, POTATOES, &c IO-BARRELS Northernt Appl-s, '20.'Barrels Northerni Potutoes. 5 Barrels Northern Oniacns, 2: do do Cranberries, For sale by 11. A. KENRICK. .Ifimburg, Nov 20 f 45 .Fine Chewiug Tobacco. My BOXES Fine Chewinag TrOBACO, S" Nectar Leaf," " Eidoradto," " Rough and Ready," &'c., For sub-e by II. A. KINRICK. Itamburg. Nov. 5, 1849. tI' 42 Bacoun. 0030LBS. Baconi Sides. 3Ow~ 1100 LIbs. Bacon Shtanider, 500 Lbs. (Gountry Lardl. For sale by 11. A. KENRIICK.