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endene on the chanty and- benevolexce of
dh Community. -
I repet to ane..mtcanssan so you the resigna-I
btio g4bh late Pesidesnt of oea College. whose
qdasreof meflnes, itn that bih and dign ified
aton. las been occued with such decid.-d
and dist=uisid.benefu to the institution. and
1Wte state, Under hise andjudicioun con
1owl; S iterary chacter has not onl been
1wse aa eitly sustained. both in the acquire
inats of the Students. and the ability of the
Protessor., tout its aaorols have at the same time
advanced toa state of pirity and improvement.
which it m betseved has never beet surpassed.
ithe espetieuce or this or any other sewinat y
'eyly regretting th- loss. as well us the cir
-cunttnces which have deprived as or ii -'er
vices, we may sill coldently hope that his
chrter and example are so indelibly impress
ed "pta the Wnstatutioti, and its succsIve g
cranows of youth, that its lingering infuences
will centiouc to guide and to actuute it, in the
sae honorable coutze of virtu- aid succes. I
need not, I trust, recommend to your contisued
favor and patronage. an institution, whose en
iatened contrabutions have etended to ery
pursuat and avocation-eery art and sciette.
as cultivated in our State-and whose infien
ces have been diffused through all the walks
and vocations oflife. oetipytiag eery station in
society, ailing every ofe01ion1d1 adorn
ingsInaic,: the Bar,: Pulpit, and our Lz
ititive coMuCis. The moral weight and in
nov which South Carolina has s, long exer
e, ahrough the talents and usefulaws if her
smt ,nne, an the affairs of this Uniot. and
abich this intitutionl has s largely contributed
td'prserve. is of tself an over-ruling induce
wnent to fsster atnd improve it.
Encouragmetnts to prowote agricultural im
pm osb. has nver received that considera.
whio h their itportance merits. Irom1i the
Rapressatatives of a people s entirely absorb
;,itn the pursuit, and dependant upon the sue
cess, of that branch of industry, as are the citi
zuse of this State. It would not be so much a
Veter of surprise (however im rovident it
be rarded) if its iters had been so
=cd a overlooked.by the govern
asent of a community pnrely pastoral, or comn
meroiaL. But in Stouth Carolina. it is admitted
to, be the gre. the absorbigA. and almst the on
if productive interest; and our dailyexpetience
proves. thatit is the constant aspiratiion ofevery
other etployment.. to vest its accnmniated
earnings in its pursuit. In the economy of this
State. it is the aliment f ecery other busmane
and vocation. Its productions supply the traffic
ofthemerchants. ttarequiremeits give employ
ment to the profession: and its patriotistn and i
industry contibute the larger portion ofour re
venue. Our statute i.osks furnish ample evi
-dence ofa wse and provident regard to protect.
as well as to promote, the interests of other
classes and prsuits.bythe litnited partnerships.
.emmercial regulations. and corporate privileg
es and franchises, which they have so iberally
established. lutthte benefits ofilegislatioi, eith
er partial or discriminative. to advance its pe- I
.at'har interest, it does not comport with the in
dependent character ef the agricultural cow
nnnty, to desire to partipate. But in the de
Velopment of the wealth of the State-in tha
improvement of objects common to the enter
prim and the interests of all-it inieht reason
ably solicit and expect, the aid and patronage
ofar State Qoveroent. A Ge lcal Sur
vey of our mineral resources, (whi chimnce
land aident are every day so wonderfully de.
veloping.) a scientific analysis of the differentM
soils. so important to their pro6table and judi
cious culture. miay I presiume be considered
among the g!el and legitisefs objects to
which gisltive encouragement shoud b-- di
veesew. The beneficial influence of the Pro
duetive corporations and other new inves
nessef capitaL. so usefully and successfully
ling to promote the prosperity of die in
iertin portion ofthe State. are illus- j
eudve otte policy of instituting scieati6e re
samaebie, su heeiand~einisistheirihors ,
trating; .weli as difuting, the permaneat 5
sources of wealth frn the vuluable ores and a
produets oftbe earth-they have increased and -
taultiplied the masofnational prespevity. ,ad
dud t' die comforts and conveenienices of soce-e
-i, distributed new employmnents. and infused r
.~eenergy. and enterprise,ito thehabits and ,
cbaracter ofter people. A small annal ap
propriation to establish pulmunie.. promnetive of
the objects to whic-h the State Agricabural So-C
ciety has so patriotically devoted its attent-on. C
would gready contribute ton ad its laudable ex- c
ertions, to itnspire the eminlatin. as well a" to
enlighten the experience. of ouricitisuns Thse
betnefcial influence of legislative patronage. ini -
sueh instances, may he Inlstrated by the suc
cessful examiple of'tmmse States, by whose ex- S
perience it has been tetd and whtile it must e
necessarili tend to dignify, as well as to en
courage, th great and important interest. upon
the success of which the prosperity of this State
so maitnly depenids, it is at tesame time ex- I
empt, in nay view, froan those ohycctions tvhich
way reasonably be ur~ed. on prmneippie, to die
practice of conferring privileges, parotecsion,
immunities, or franchises, on particular classes
or associations of citizenas
The Last but not the feast interesiting topic to
which I would invIte your attention. is the de- a
Iapaa ted atnd ruinous condibon of the State
House, and its appendagesa; the offices atnd r
basement apr mient of which. are in a most
ehcerdess a rforrn Me stale of inconaveni
once, and decay. Venerable fair the purpose it *
has subserved.--associated with the' mnot uim
portant events, and 'he prouden~t recollections of
the past--.-conmaeeraated by the eloquence andl the
patriotism of which it has olleni been the se-nc
and the occasion, it is teea worthy of the pride
and fostering care ofrthos, itito whose gutar-I
diaship it has now descended The nioral
inennce of a high State example. exercised ittn
thensea ecoomey of imparovinag. as well as pro
testing, the property of the peo,-le and of te
State. and ita delighting to honor and emabellish
theancient Halls of our ancestors and prede
cessors. is prsettically more effectist to fix the at-I
tachosunt of our citizens on our institutionis, and
to stimulhate the entei prise and emulation of the
people to improve their inadividual comforta
and resources, than all the- speculnti'e induce
waents, with either ' loohy or legislatinia can
proe'er. We shoul therefore regard theu mould
eying effects of time, upon the venerable walls
of our CapitoL, with the same sedulous care,
and reverential solicitude, to renove them. as
we would defend and build up the breaches
a'nnovalions of lawless atnd ambitious en
cres.hmenoa. on the sacred harriers that sur
round the sovereignty and independence oh the
Stt. . JOHN PICHARDSON.
Frunm the Hambharg Jeomrnt.
Bvsines& tre.-sit s truly gratIfying to
the friends of Hamburg, when they wit
ness the very large buisinese doing an the
variotue departments here. We need no
longer doubt the prosperity of Hamteurg,
the heav'y trade and activity nif the citizetns,
and the bestle in the streets daily, prove
-with unerring truth, that Hamaburg is gy,
inag ahead. Heretofore, we looked upion
the arrival one day of 6 or 700 baales of
cot, as something extranrdhinary, hut now
we are able to count over 1000 bales, and
thns who doubt it are referred to the
warehastse books of last Thursday's daie,
theyr -peak the facts.
T wetytwo years ago, end Hawbura,
S, C, was nOt known; and the streets
huieb pre now alive with bajit--e and
the hustle of theo many people who crowd
,bcgi- were a masb-artreat for reoptilo
ind a hiding plae' (dr feroeous nanimals.
Now 32il is gay and bright, The :all oaks
save bowed before the hand of our Foun
ler, and a quagmire is become a garden,
a which are marked off quarters for every
me5'ls taste. All this las been done by tihe
perseverance of one man, without money.
Fet havinig perseverance and an indomita
ble spirit, nhieh faltered not at i#lisilltes.
Men may say what they pleae, ansi
-ndiesavor to refrain from aeknowidging
hiat n hicb tneir own consciettr says is the
ruth, but the world wil! give hdnor to
whom is i, due, Truth erushed to the
arih will rise again with superior force
nid brilliancy. listory points out uosuch
an instance as this which this Founder of
'or city presents, who in the very teeth of
a great anal opulent city. together with
what his enemies could do against hitm.
has planted a city, where con erce lour
ishes and i here millions or trade is trans
meted with the up country. He can look
pon a111 this and say, I have done it, and
By reward is yet to comie.
EDGEFIELD C. H.
THURSDAT. hcEtBmnE. 2, 1841.
( In consequence of the length of the Gov
rnio's Message, we have been forced to lay
>ver a number of articles prepared and in type
FLt this day's paper. Our advertising patrons
shall be better attended to in our next.
State Agriratural oietyid and Cattle Show.
We are infos tmed by a gentleman who was pl e
-ent at the great Cattle Show in Colhmbia.
during tihe first week of the Legislature. that a
Siner exlibitioi of animals has never taken
lace it South Carolina.
The hores of Col. Hamptna. consisting of
stallinos. mares, fillies. and yearlings, were of
mperiur blood, form and beauty. The Show
sink p'ace in the yard in rear of the State
lotsme, which from JI o'clock in the mnorning
atail I o'clock was thronged with members of
lie Society. the Legislature. and many respect,
ble ritizens of Columbia, and of the Stategen.
ally, who aesifi-d by their animated looks, that
Irey participated largely in the lively pleasure
ad exciting interest which suds a scene was
alcadated to inspire. The pens of Dr. Par
er, Cal. lamilon. Benjamin Taylor, Johns
ireston. Dr. Perceval. and Dr. James Davis,
resented for observation and comparison as
ine specimens of Durhsmn and Devonshire cat
le. and their crosses; Berkshire bogs, Bake.
well sheep, and some other breeds. (it is be
ieved) as can be found in the Un-ited States.
Our enterprising and public spirited citizen.
0aptain Richard Ward. from the Ridge, exhi
4ted a two year old bull and heifer of a @epe
ior size. form and keep. lie received a Silver
'up as a premium for his Durhain Bull. taj.
elder and the Rev. Mr. Davis are entitled to
I high praise for their fine mule and mule
To Col. Hampton, Taylor. and Davis. much
raise is due for the public spirit. judgement
ud skill, which they have manifted in the
nysata.. r blobtoe - -unwo es ttre and
weep. and for their exertions for the improve
-ent of time stack of the State. The meeting
f the Society, and the exhibition ofrstock, will
npart a new impgulse to the whole agricultu
dl commtunity and lead to many effort. in the
muse of agricultural improvement.
Thme distinguished gentleman, who presides
ver the Society upon beitig re-elected to the
d1ice of President. responded in a short but ar
emit and inaspiring address, in whbich be pledg
d all his energies of waind and body, in the
reat paramnounat cause of reform and improve.
ient in the agricultural c.ondisson of the State.,
bn Thursday night in the Iteprisentative Hlam
I' the State liouse. Genl. Ilamond delivered
:a unuerous audience, one of the ablest and
tort instructuve addresses, that has ever been
stened to in that building. Tho Society ad
murned in great harutony.
From oar Cerrespondca -
Cotuxns., Nov. 23.
Thme Legislature cnmmenced its regtilar ses
ins yesterday. (Monday ) thes proceetdings of
ae Last day of the last Session was read, the
mdi was called, wvhen ugnmorumt was formed, and
roceeded to business. .m number of petitionms
a-*re pireented and ntite gi'.nt of thme intrb
uction of several Balls. In the. Se-nate Jnd:e
lnger tmade a mnove upon thau disnr~ntuin
( the proceeds of thme sales of Public l.andIe
A Message was received frm Ihis Excellency
e Governor today at I ai'chock. and read biy
a private se"cretary B T. Watts Laq. it is a
mgthy very ablme and well writtenm d'cusmenmt.
hr. Quaattehmunm of Lyzsingtom gain iso'sc- 'hmat
n Tuesdlay snext, he wvould introduce .m lill, to
ednce amll acts and clauses of acts isn relation to
Ie Militia of this State into ne art, and to Ml
or and amend the samie, this is thme asime big
lihl, as it is called thsat has been twice defeated
sefore, by fesrnmer Leislatures, und it is again
irought before mus, t.s is winter. Judlaig from
he feelin~r ofthe Members I aims dispo.sed to
selieve it will again receive the same fate, as
There is a eontrariety of opinions whether
Ihe Stale should receive her portion ir die pro.
eeds ol the sale of' the public lands, we cannot
yat psesent what will be the reoust, there ifas
een nothming of inter-st doane yet. Upon all
mttcss of impo~rtauce I will wrnte you.
According to adjournmenst, the H ouse met to
ay at 11 o'clock. a ntuimber o~f pwtittiss were
resented, and notices given of the instroduction
*f several importanot bills. Thme Governor'.
tessa.ge was made the special order of tree day.
ad disimssed ol:-we are again to fight the bet
les of Protective Corporation., Brigade En
ampm-nts. Banks. &c., in a fe w days the sea
ion will become quite instermsing. Mr. Dudly
itroduced a Resolution, wit-h was made the
pecial order for to-morrow. declaring Jeadge
iauat's inability, from old age, to discharge the
nlutes of his office, amid that in the opinsion of
hats Legislature, his ofilece. should be declared
-srant. The resolution created somne excite
neat in the Hnsse, and I have noedoubt several
Fehswailhe made both for and arains.t it.
a to-morrow the big Military bill will he read
hbe rst time; the friends of the bill will use
very exertion to pass it, anmd if they should fail.
have no douht a move will be made to abolisis1
hie whole Malitin System. Thsememsa to bel
tore opposition to the Encampment iysfetn
masn I anticipated, from the zeal which hins Ex
ellencmy the Governor manifested in his tour
his summer. I had no doubt the System would
e revived withcst any sort sfdiicuhty, but it is
wry donbtful whether the hill will naam n nnt.
17Te suike fie that binds two wttk earts."
On the 18th uit by the RI... J. Peterson. Mir.
A. C..Dean. to Him Martha Bland, all of this
At Springfield. Newberry District, on the 18th
salt. hoy tho Rev Thoumas Frean, Dr. Win. H.
liarrnegton, to 3i Sarah .4., daughter of the
Hon John Belton O'Neail.
The friend, of Wn. J.
1. 1 KIN.E'q. anntousie. hin as a candidate
for the office of Ordinary, of Edgefleld District.
September 2. tf 31
G The frien#4s of Cols W.
11. MOSS. annnnee int as it candiddie
for Ordinary of Edgefield District.
October 21 if 38
The friends of Colonel J.
HILL. announce hin as a candidate for the of
fiee of Ordinary. of Edgefield D1Iubic.
August 26 if 30
07 The friends of IIPuey
CULBREA TH. announce hitm as a casdidate
forthe office of Ordinary, of Edgetield District.
Septemnber 30 if 35
07OThe friendis of If. R.
WILLI -1.1S. annoounce him an a candidate for
the otfice of SheriTuftthis District.
Octoher 21 if 38
07-The fiends of Aquilla
MILES. naioune him as a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector, of Edgefeld District.
September 1 if 33
A PRIE articlejnst received by the
Codfish, Mackerel. Herring Sardines &c
SCRANTON & M EIGS.
Nov 30.1841. 2t 44
utgar and Coffee.
ST. CROIX Ior o l c.,. & Cuba Su.
gar%, Java, Rio, & St. Domingo Cof
fee, Ju-,t Received and for sale cheap f or
cash by SCRANTON & MIEIGS.
Nov. 30, 1841. 4t 44
Fruits and Spices.
C ITRON, Currssas. Itaisens. Lemons.
C Mace Cloves, Nutmegs, Cassia &c.
just received and for %ale by
SCRANON & MEIGS.
Nov. 30, 1841, 21 44
JUST Received a fresh supply of Groceries
among which are the following. viz: Don.
ble and Sing- Rened Loaf Sugar, Pickles.
Table Salt, Mustard. Hyson. aid Black Tea.I
Soap. Sperm and Ta1low Candles, Ginger,
Pepper, Spice. Indigo, Madder, Saleratis,
Starch, New Rice &.r. 4c For sale low for
Cash by SCRANTON & MEIGS.
Nov. 30, 184 : 44
F OR.Tbc purpdae of a division. and by con.
sent-of the parties, there will be sold, at
the bouse. of the utedersigned (near Liberty
Hill) on tb 6tith December next, on a credit of
twelve months, the following property viz:
fourteen likely negroes. among whom - are a
good blackmitl. and a first rate honse woman.
Also, osse tract of liid known as the To
tract, Loutaining one hbiadred and one
Also oe other tract, known as the Logan
ioatainiegone handred-and sixty five aeres.
three hundred and acres.,possession of
two tracts last na-ed will not be given nte
1843 also will be gold at. the saintine and paces
considerable stck of avoIy .kind. Purchaeer.
will he required to give serity, and undispu
ted title" wsll lie gvens.
MA RGAfRET OGILV1E, E.waetriz.
Nov. 27.1841 24 44
A GREE ABLYto ant order fzom the
.Ordinary of EdlgefietaDi'trier,wilI he
sold at the late sesidence of Betnj. Lindsey.,
Dec'd., on Wednesday she fieenth day of
December. tnext, the fellowing property,
to wit: eight likely Negroes. Citru, Fodder,
and Cotecon, Stock of all kinds, Household
& Kitchen Furniture, Plantation Tools,
&c.. on a credit ofu welve mnontha, ptircha-.
saera givinag noses wish uipprovedl securities.
AMaON L INDSE Y, Erecutor.
Nov. 34). 1841. b 44
State or' south ('arolina.
IN Consequence of the Estate of Capt
Jionathasn Weaver being loft dlerelics,
andI agreeably to an act of the Legislature,
itsis made my duty to collect and mnke sale
uifvaitl Estatc Notice is hereby givensthat
I i.hasll piroceed to sell at the late residence
of said Deced :usn Monday the twenty sev
enith slay of December .next, the real &
pesoa Est ate ofe'aidl Dec'd : thme Person
al Estate~ ont a credit of twelve months for
alllsumnes over een lBllars, for all s'ima of
& sunder ten dollars Cath, the fetl Bssate
.as a Credit of date andl tv~o years. ltrmha
sers, to give notses & appraied seenirity for
per5eimal prpry and boad and personal
personal security andi a mortgago for the
OLIVER TOW LEis.
Ordinary of Edefield DispricA,
Nov. 34). 18 If. 4t 44
State of South Carolina,
DeLoach & Patterson,
W1ILL he sold at the house of the tie.
tendant, on Wednesday the 1.ith
Decemnher nert, one lot of Cores and Fod
d~er, Le' Terms Cash.
8. CH RISTIE, s- x D.
Nov. 29. 1841 h 44
IN THE COMMON PLEA5.
Anson Moley, Delaradion in A t
W-~jH E RE A the Plaintilin the above
stated ease, has this day filed hi.
Declaration aghisma the Defendant, who is
absent from mud without the limits of this
State. as is is said. having neither wife nor
attorney, known within tihe same, on whom
a copy of the Declaration with a rule to
Plead thereto, might he served: Ordered
that the Defendant Plead to the said Dee
larationa, within a year and a day, freem the
date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
judgment will be awarded against hi..
GEORGE POPE, c. c. i.
Nnov. 27, 1841. na 44
State; of 80oith Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
Ordjbary of Edgeleld District.
Wheteas, %illiam Airunson, bath ap
plied toMSO fojr Letters of Administraisnu,
on all and siugular the goods and chalnels,
rights and credits of Charles A. Dond.
late of ibe District aiuresaid, deceased.
These are, therelfre, to cite and admon
ish alland singular, the kindred acid creli
tor of the said deceased. to be and appear
before mes atour next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgefield
Court House en the Ih day of Decem
ber. Id4I, to show cause, if any. wby the
said Administration should not be granted.
GivejiAnder tny baud and seal this 29th
day o(Noreaabti, one thuisad eight hun
dred and forty one. and in the siaty-ixth
year or American Independence.
. (. TO WLES, a. z. 9.
Nov. , 1841 [$2 121] b 43
State of Soutlh Carolina.
G. L 81E. Penn, & Co.
R, W. Nathis.
W ILL b' sold at the house of Defen.
dant oc Wednesday the 15th De
.ember next, house hold furniture, Con.
sisting or Beds. Chairs, and one Clock &c.
. S.CiRS E,. ..
Nov. 29, 1841 1 44
State of Soutl Carolina.
George Parroet & other 'laiutiffs.
Thomas [I. Loveless.
WILL be sld on Friday the 10th of
December net, at the House of
D tendant the following property to wit:
)ne lot of Corn and Fodder Stock of Cows
su6dH ogs. HoueWhold ad Kitchen furni
ture. Terms Cash.
S, CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
Nov. 25, 1841 h 44
BY Order of Oliver Towles -sq. Ordina
ry of'Edgedeld District, will ie pold at
he late ridence of Artem% Watson, irces,
d, on Taesday the 7th day ef leceuer next.
ill the personl Estate of said deceased. concis.
ag of scty-eight Negroe. amuong teem are
ree house. tarpenter, aind one bltkomith,.
Mearly aU young and very priomising, Ihorses
and .lules, Cattle and Ifopq. fouse old need
Kitchen Furoitpre. seventy-Sve bales of Cot.
on, Blacksmith s Toeiic, three thousand buh
ils Corn, 3Wid thirty thousand pounds of Fud
her. &c. &e.
Terms.-All soes under Five Dollars, Cash,
il sams above Five Dollars, twelve months
:redir, purchaser. giving note aid two good
iecurities; the riht of property not changed
antil the Adlitnistraturs receive a note for the
Nov. 1 c 42 Administrators.
zothe Eatateof Aute
are, mequested to
WI SOLD,-at the late residece of.
haiyElam. on Friday the &f day of
)eeeanber :eelt, the real estate of the liii, John
-'lam, dec'd.. cocnsistinag of three tr.acts of land.
en a credit ofonee, two and three years, with ina
ereist freom the date; possemion to be given on
ar before the first day of Janueary next. Also,
Spacrt of the personal estate of thec said John E
san. consisting of Stock of every description.
ilousehold aned Kitchen Furniture, Plantation
Jteonils.Provisions. &c.. on a credit o 12 lop.
Same time and place, by an order frotm the
)rdinary, will he sold, all the undisputed per
onal property of Mary Elcatni. dec-'d..conuistinag
'fzwo Negroes, stock of Catlde andliogs. one
'our wheeled Carriage, B~lacksmiadc's Tool.,
cod oilher articles. en a credit of twelve cuondacs
oar all scams over five deeliare, and for all pums
if five dollars and cinder, the terans will he cash
mcrhasers in every instanee to give heir notes
vith approved) security. and as to the lands, a
nortgage of thi' Premiase. if regtiired.
DANIEL B RUNSON.
F'tr- oficJoku Elarn.
Novemnber5. 184I I 4tr Eun
AGR EEA DLY to an order fron thc Ordi
Inary of Edteteld District. will be sold. at
he late residence of Willia-m Thcurmond.l Sen.
leceasecd, 0n Tuesday the fourteenth day,~ of
)ececnly-i net,t all time pe~rronal jmprry of
ad dee'd. c'onsiatinig of thairty.meven 'egroes.
rop of C'oten. Corn, Fodder, Horses Mulec.
nda stock of all kinels. Plantation Toola. hionse.
cold aced Kitchen Furniture, &c., on a credit
ef twelve months. T.4ROD r
UJNDERI an drder front .the Ordiary, will'
tie sold at tlee lawe residence of '3. F Nich
ilsenn, dec'd.,on Wednesday the dth of Dececm
er. all thce personaul property of said decased
onsisting of twentyeone Neeges, liorses
binles. Cattde, Jfitgs Cottddi, Corn, Fodder,
)ats. Farmineg Utensils. &c.
TerhMs o(Ssle--Are cash for all samin at or
ttidecr five dollar'. above that amount twelvo
noneths credit; notes with Iwo approved seed
itiee. will be invariably required before the prd.
certy is deliyered.
J. 0. NICHOLSON,
DAVID R. STROTHE.R.
Octoer!Si V SS1
WITILL. BE SOLD ota Wednesday the
t&h eof December next. at the same. time
nJd place of the sale of the tle B. F. Nicholbon,
leesd the halanice of the perconal estate of'
he late Joyce Culpepper, dee'., not diataibat
id by will; coasIttang of two Negroes, and
owe Household Furniture.
Terms of sale. on all sums under five dollars
-ash all sans over that amount on. a credit of
welve mocnths. Purchasers will be rqired to
ments with two yprovedscuie.
D. Rt. STROTHER,
Noo.1 e 40
300K & 103 1RENTEN0
O F Every description executad with
neatnessand despateb, at the Offce.
itt the EnezrnS&PAV5TsI~ss..
L OST ian the road leading roni Edge
field Court Hulis., Wd Afsrusta Ga..
a tsolerable large leatdir Pocket Boo;k.
containing three Notes of band. adilever I
other snail papsers of nu valbe to any bea,
the owner. The Notes were ob the follow
ing persns. one Note on M1r. Mon, ol
Galor $250; and one ba Z. Findi, bt
Kentucky. between $20 and $30, andeu
Due bill sin Greenberry Canplino.f Ken
tucky. for $16. All iersons are cautioned
against trading for ci' her of the notes. or int.
due bill. The finder will he paid the a
bove reward by delivering the Pocket book
-and itg contents to Mr. C. H. Goodman. at
this plaec. JOHN W. TH031AS.
Dec. 1, IS41 " 44
Y an order frons the Ordinary of Edgefield
Di-trict, will be sol nt my residence.
thee miles auih of Edgtfiid Court House, o
Sainrday the 111 thy of Dre-tnber next. all
the property of John Goodell dee'd.,consistiog
of one small Wagn sand 4arnes., one small
Bed and Fu'riture. fitly-eight pnekaes ofAl.
lam Spring Pilli, and a gnauthty of other plun.
der not mentioned.
Terms of sale made kbo*n on the day orsale
WM. B. 3AYS, Adi'ir.
Nov. T, I II C 43
AL persons indebhted t, the estate of de
late John Goudeti. dec'd.. are requestedt
make innediale payment, and all those having
demiands agninst said estate, are requested to
render thet to me according to law.
W31. B. 31AYS. Adm'tr.
Nov.23. 1I. c 43
W ILI. be sold. by cotnsenit of the parties
concersed for a ilivsion.at Cambridre
on Saturday tihe 4th of Decemnber iert. the
lan-< lseloalin- to she Fstate of Nathaniel Ma
rinn. decena . consinung of tvacele hundred
acres of Land. It will be sold in two Farmrs of
rgnal aize, or four separate Tracs... The Plan.
taitions are well improved and in a high s:ate of
Terns will he reasotaable and made knowsn
on the day of sale.
JOhIN RL. TARRANTS,
Oct. 24. 1841 c 42 Pzeraor.
B An Osder frons the Ordinary of Edge
field District. will be sold at the late resi
detace of Rannon flaailton, dec'ed, ont Thurs
day the %ted of Dece-mber niext. all the personal
property of ai deceased cansistinag of eight
Nerloci. 11--rkes. Cbwa. 1 S Sheep. Corn
and Fodder. Ctoons. Homnehold and Kitchen
Furninsc, and Plantation TotIs.
Terms-All sseas ofind under $5. cassh: all
n' over that aiount, i %% elve amoanths credit,
witl nute anl two aproved secstitie
JOIIN B. IIAMIILTON,
Nov 15. 1841 b 42 Administrators.
Houwe and Lot
FOR SALE OR RENT.
IP lIE Subscriberoffers for saleor rent, his
hose and lot, whereon lie now resides.
,situate one mile from Edgefield C. If.. on the
Newberry road, adjoining lands of Mr. F. W.
Pickens, C. Mitchell. M. iAims, andT. B. Ilar.
Vey. The lot contains between eight and ten
acres ofgood quality landI. suitable fur Cdn.
Cotton, hr small Grain. Ott dsPremises are
asmnall1stcondiortable dwelling Hosea large
Workshop, anal other necesary ded conye.
asient buildaing fore faiily. with a won 4ea.
Innt wilerun under good fences. Any pdr.
son disposed to pUrchase. or.ien,- will plasm
call and examine for thtettselves.
RIOBT. BROADFORD. .
Nov.1 Il f 41
T H E subscribers have teeeraved fromn New
York an exensive assortment of GOOD)S.
suitable for the ses.
Black, Bilue. Browsn. G;reen. Olive and ised
lilalin Blanck. Iinnaaasnd, atd thasble Wave
Blc. Belgther Cloths,
Bcllue, deab mixeaad & fanacy double smiled
Plain & flgured Silk. 4satin & Woollen Velvet
C'rnvats. Stocks, Scorl.-, llaaik'is. Ilostery.
Gloves. suspenders, tli'rs. B3osoma. Cotton
Hsil, Umrells, Ak.
The absve Goodls were punrchsased low, and
will be sold accordinalv.
N. BI. The TAIUTfRING Department will
receive ousr particenlar attention. feeling greaitful
for past fav-orn. anad n disposition. to ples-C our
customers. asnd the public genterally: a cotimnu
iace ofwhose patronare is respectlul4i elicited
BRYAN & .51 .(
EdJgefieldl C. II.
O~ctober 14. lr'-t. h 37
Ti, lE ineassbecns fur lsh.itear, elinings
to teach any los"ger, a tenehes.r is
wanted to take charge oif the Edgefie-ld
trile Academuy fur te next year. The
entire psrafits of the achool, at the- usualf
rates ufrtenching. in, boths the Classical andi
Ensgli~h dep aensts wIll be thec caemapen
saitian of the teachser. Candaia:e., w.ill:
please futwardl their nameac and testimloai
als of anoda charneter. n.d ca:<,sty for
senchsing on or before- she Iifteentih ekay of
Deacembher nexlt. Nuns neced apply but
those whso ean pra'pOre jinat~ me for she
.J.nior Class or the South Carotina Caal
lege. The usual vacations will be allow
ed. The Town ouf Edgeield and vicinity
arc perfectly healhby. nnd good bariding
may h:e hand at the atusal price.
A. P. BUTLE R,
N. L. GRIFFIN,
Edlgefield, C. H., No'.9. 1841I e 41
.Laud for Sale.
T731 Subscribers otfe-rs for sale their ral
.3 usble tract of land. wihereon they ntow
ressde. *ituated sn E~dgefleld District. abouat tito
miles frotm die Ridge. contaitning four hundredj
acros, abount thirty-five of which is ander good
fences of sccond end third years grousnd On
the premsises are a good log dwelling hsoue,
kitchen.afsdother necessary butbtldings. Also.
a n excellotat newv Saw Mull, now in high opera.
ioan. Any person desirous of pstrehusinag. are
requested to call and examine for dtheselves.
Terms made easy.
JOhN A. [OTT
Nov.18 d '42
SUPERIORI OLD HY80N and BDACK
STEA, .just received and for sale by
aCBA4TONr G MSG.
Mount Prospect Academy,
T If E EiaZreises if this Acadethy wilI com
itence on the second Monday in Jan:ua;
ry net; undgr the Receorsiup of Mr. Jbim B.
ifuoRaE.e. The Trustees tale great plensu,
.n receamwending betas as a grntleman, ofrhili
moral character. and kmply qualidcd to dty
ciourn gl tie datEs iddimbeni u i his avoca.
,o,. hit r fdra e is, feutkb y preient id
the Greelit 1i arid I Wnth lanoag'es, the
latter he reunders ant. prendunbes with as much
nacility and acmstrary as aty yong man in the
cono1try i alto.Plbilosppby;, 'Yhng ryman -
tly. Optics. Ac.; Stathe ties through all its
viarioms brancelts, such as rithetic; A4ebra,
Survey . Plain and se iet, descriptive amU
Geometry, Trigaamaet Memo.
ration, Shades, Shadows and Lincir proepe
ive, Differential and Integral calculation,. &c.
all of which Mr. Moragne teaches' apn d
well known and practical rtem taacj in t
Milituy Academy at West Point AlGrim
mar, Geography and History upon the tost
itppr6ved plan. After havinag thus procuied
tie services of an efficient and practical Taeh.
er, the Trutes flatter themselve the will re
eeive Ifie iberal patronage of an enligtened
Mount Prospect Academy is situated two
inies North V1,s of Cambridge, on lhigh ele
rated. and sandy soil. beside a large and beau
tiful 6pring of pure water.
Teres of Taiumper Sessiounefffre Mm,.
Greek. Latin and the higher bancba
or 31 themae. - - $15 00
French, Pbylosopbv, Chemistry, As.
tronomy. Optic. &c. - 1000
oisory-, Rheniec, Grammar. Geogre.
phy., Arituetic. Surveting, &c. 8 00
Readm. Writiba. Geography. and
Himtory.&c- - - oo
37 Gnd Boarding can be obtained in tsa.
ricinity of the Acadeimy hr6m $6 to $8 pet
S. V. CAI LN. Presid-nt.
R. C. GRIFFIN. V. Pie'd':.
N. McCANT. Secrelary,
J. R. TAR RANT, Treaser.
R. M. WHITt,
11. CLARK, Board of 'rusteesi
Nov. 8. 1841 g42
Edgefield Village Female
A C A 10 E X Y.
T HE Eercises of this lcastiumor.. under
the chirge of the Rector, Ieverend Dr.
FU NSON. will reconumenc, oi the bt Aeoni.
lay in Jeanunry 142. The Studies and Prices
:omtinue. as they have bwen lor several years
east. Alits RICHARDSON. whom services
aave been higliy valuable and acceptable in the
tchool. till assmiet the Rector, and teach the
)rnsmnental branches. with Callisthemnicks.
Paorvason BACON. so hing known an a suc.
:ensful !instructor en .Mfuxick. will continue to
'%e leisons one the Piano, Guitar, and Harp.
Nosv. 15. 1841 c 4
The Bliilical Recorder. hfnibbg Journal and
remperance Ad v cate of Colunsehia. will gite
:Le above three insertions, aid forward their
icconatim to this Office, fur payment.
ii1. Hope Academy.
NEAR CAMBRIDGE. S. C.
T HIE Exercises dfthis Institution wil be re-.
sumed on the frst Mfonday in Janary
seat, under the direction of Adr. John Cooper,
atea pop of the popular teacher James L
[esee. E.g. Ao Student will be admitted for
ess than mqa rtek.
. -aanor -rwrt as FOrLLOWS:'
Rkadtng, Witing, IIa Ai-ihmetic, 00
err. - @ 0
. . ~Geqgephy,-&c.- 400
Zy.e' . &c. &it 6 06 -
0- B- ng. inuiu'ng waaoiag, Six DWl
ar per monT th-.
PLEASANT BURNETT, Sen,
CH ARLES. CA RTER, intur.
N the rear of the Old Anibrican Hotel,
I.ocrepied by R. Rt. Hunter, opposite the
P..ail Remad depot.
lorse per month 81000
" Sihr~k fee.l 25
The smubscriber respectfully informs his
riends aned time publie generally, 1ham he
ias opcened a LIVERY ST~ABLE. inc
laamburg. S. C. t here he wsill at all tinmes,
.ep suippliedl with pgavender ani for:,ge
( tlHe best quality. H aving good Ostlers
end excellenm diry dtabeles; tle hopes to give
atiafacion to his patrons.
lHe will keep constanti* on hand. Carri
gee. BEmrouches. Buggies, &c.. with enre
*ul drirvers with wich the public can. at
ml simen, h~e accommodrged oen the most
candb~le terms. Hie theeref'ore solicite
.ha~re oblilc pantnrnage.
N. B. Drovers can he accommodated
rith good Lots well watered.
. (LIVER SIMP.SON.
linmbutr,. Novs. 4. 1 r44J. i I :
I[T im Ordere~d that a.Coiart of Commarr.
Plea. and General Sessions, ror th.>
riioro the Cases not disposed oef at thea
1'erm. be Imeld ait R~dgefelat Co~i:-u Ilousa.
'a he thirdt Mlonday ine January next.
JOHN b'ELTION (-SEA L,
Nov. .5. l84l 3 4f
s (Of'E! 'iiTOCM? % TOCKI
T HE -.t'criber being overi:,cked oflerq
for maie three yoke ot'Oxe~n twelve or
llP~cen Cows sued Calt'es sand one hundred head
tf Sheep. for cash or alpproved papr. GJood
bargams carn be Fead.
ANSEL TA LBEl'1. Seur.
Nov. 11d 41
A LL persns indebted to the estate of John
tCoker. der'd., previous to his dethm, are
requestd to anakae payment, and those to wheta
the estate are icndebted will render their clae
accordinag to law.
Ordiwar qf EdgeJEedd Diutricb
Nov.22 i 43
OUnsa No. -
tiW. TAYLOR. Esb, having been oip
eU pointed Aidde-amp. to-Hiee Excellen
cv the Governor. with therank of Laieuteant
d~olone1, will be eksyed asd respected acn.
1 *r~ 6t a Coma n eteesani i.c