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fsas qf Akaia.-To female ser- .
a. Wte property of Jdge Stanard, of Rich- 1
niend. Va.,has ~ y been decayed off fro c
their master by a northern abolitionist, and ta
ken from the very beart of the city of Rich- i
and, on the Rai Road to Philadelphia. i
he is oeIb theimost barefooeidobberies we I
,eollet over to have read of, and which calls i
lumay for serious investigation by the authori
ies di Virginia, and that for:hwith-for as
lotg as it is sutiered to go unnoticed, it gives
them renewed energy and enc.,aragenment for
the .,misuio. of snuilar crinses. They. me
among us in the South.into our fami
with all the hospitality imaginable, and no
sooner is their welcuoo reception observed by
them than they, by tkeir persuasions and cun
ning inducemaenta. entice our slaves to leave
their owners, with the promise of freedom and
equality. We have. in common with th press
gesteahly, from time to time. warned the slave.
holders of the South. of the danger to be a
prehandad from these fanatics. They should
at once uniteeand adopt some plan by which to
secure their property. It it is a subject over
which they should not slumber, and which is of
more importance to the welfare. and proeperity
of-the south than any which bas ever been pre
sented before it.
Rp~e4ee-Wo were indeed surprised to tind
oepening the last Greenville Mountaineer.
that 0. H. Wells, Fsq.. had been removed frtn
the PostOdie of tha place. We are not per
soiamly acquainted with Mr. Wells, but from
all we can learn from those who are, and have
for a .umberofyears enjoyed Isis acquaintance,
we feel warranted in expressing our highest
conafdeae in ham as a man well deserving the
station he occupied. Whether this removal
has been the work of political prejudice we
are unable to say. but think that no other objec
tion could have been brought against him. In
this removal, Mr. Tyler lax not. as we expect
ed, adhered to the declaration which lie some
time since inade, that no man. whatever might
be his political opinions, should be removed
from any ofice under the general goveronent,
who wookl honorably and faithfully discharge
Of Mr. Ivells uccemor, we know nothing.
We can but express our wish that he may prove
as worthy and faithful as his predecessor.
,Austres Presa.-The indefatigable edi
toss of the Brother Jonaebaa have forwarded to
their subscribers as a Christmas Present, a
"bandsome printed sheet containing 63 engrav
ings, accompanied by their Ciarrier's New
Year's Address, both of w:tich does credit to
the-designer and the executor. They wil be
&ept at our odice for the inspection of the cu
rioais, with the hope that the publishers who
has spared neithertrouble nor expence to please
their patron., may receive the reward they so
U. S. Bet Defanters.-Letters from Phila
delphia, ptblished in the New York papers,
says th Baltimore American. amert that one of
the former Directors of the U. S. Bank had
commItted fbrgeries to the amount of sixty thou
sanddoars, and that the fact tws known to the
eem opbe -Bank, who permited over drails
to be se cthasi anmount, an enter
daIE'rJ epoure. This isone of the
discoverietalleged to have been made by the I
Grand Jusy, but whether true or not rcemains to
&Seegliag and forgery-in the U: S. Dis
trict Couer for Michigan. n rerdict was render
ed (says-a N Y. paper) in favor of the United
Stites, for $1,600 damages against a snggler
named flenry A. Cawell. In the course oh
trial, it camne out that Caswell bought the smug
gled goods at Port Sarata and other Canaedian
towns opposite Michigan. and paid for them in
forged certineates of deposite on New York
Foreiga Markcts-By the late arrival the
Cotton market at Liverpool appears to have
received more than customary supplies for the
previous month, which had ;dhe effect of re due
ing the price of ordinary and good, 1 -S a .id.
lower than at the previotus adv ices ; the quota
tion for fair Upland is still 4, and fair .iobile
6d., while for fair Orleans i is reduced to GAd,
which are all fully as high a's are wvarrantevd.
Of the week's buainaess ending the 3rd t:lt.,
4000 are U'planad at 44j a 64; l3,600 Orleans at
4j a74; with sonme prime parcels at 74 and 7-p
2680 Alabamna and Mlobile at 44j a 7j; ar.d -10
SeaIsland at3a 8d. per ib.
The Liverpool papers of the 3d ult. states.
"The greater depr--ason in the ordinary qual
ities is to be ascribed to the u:crea,-ed supply
and redued value of Snrat Cotton, fa!ir of that
class beitng down to 3.j a 3j3d.. whic-h is forcing
it meeoh mom into ennsumtnptw'n as a substittue
for the most inferior A merican ; adas regards
good and fine qualities, they arc unflsvorably
liiaenced bty approaching supplics of the new
crop, of'which some has nowv arrived-hence
middling qualities are most saleable, butt the,
week's business has closed with a heavy mar-'
ket generally, and trade in the mtanufacturing
distriets is represented on all hands to be in a
most unsatisfactory and gloomy state, and the
consumption more or lessecurtailed by spinuers
working short time The ipto f Cotton in-.
to Liverpool since 1st January is i,096,000o
bales. against 1.377,000 to same period last
season. The supply from the United States
is 604.000, being a decrease of 3410000 bales. t'
The stock in this port as about 450.000i bales,
against 432,000 at samo period Last year; the
stock of America. is about 276,000 or 5-.000
less than it thenu was."L
The Ilar dlates of :30th Novembor states
that the Couont in that market in first hands,
are 100,000 bales, and will probably bewaore
ont the Girst ofiannary next. owing to the heavy
supplies fromn the U'nited Statecs.
Braking JeiL-Wm. !al Arch-r. Sherity of
Anderson District, S. C., oftrra a reward of
550 for a man by the name of Smith Ileato,,
who brake jail on the ni;:tt of the 29th uit.
Stid fleston was commaitted for fiorse-stealing
lie as represented as being abtout 183 years of
tady hair, blue eyes, tall iy aice stutters a
tl when talking fist. li stock of clothing
onsisted of a pait of copperas and a plair of
ized. widte and blue cotton pantaloonsia short
ale blue roadlsout cotton coat, rather too
mail for him, which Ie generally wears bur
oned, black fur hat, about half worn which he
isually pulls down over his forehead.
The murderer of Mlrs. 3leMahan & daugh
er, "which we smentioned in our la-t as having
>een couinitted near Athens, Tenn., proved
o be a servant of Mr. Sicatakan, by time name
if Pete. Iis trial canie on the 15th of Nov,
mst, and was conducted oin behalf of the pris.
suer by two able attorneys appointed by the
.ourt. The accused miade full and ample
:onfAesions to the wittiesses examined, and the
!videnice of his guilt so complete, that the jury
'eturned a verdict of gnilty without leaving the
>ox Tie murdeter was sentenced to be hunig
m the 2Sth Dec'r.
mr. Janmes Ray. of Providence Settlement,
is 3ecklenburg ecunty, N. C., was discovered
tcar his residence on the 15th nit.. frozen to
leath. The weather. as the account repre
ents, was extremely severe, and Mr. I., in re.
urniig houne from a neighbor's honeina state
if intoxication, was the cause assigned fr his
In the same county. on time 23d ult., Dr.
Vm. White, in returning from Chaileston to
is residence near Davidson's College, was
rowned in lRichardsoan's Creek about 37 tmiles
Two sons of Mr. Jimathan Reid. of the
amte County. one 1, and the other 16 years of
ge. were drowned in attempting to cross Mc.
Ulyin's Creek. on Friday thse 17th Dec. Joitn
he elder brother, was attending schmol at New
Providence Academy. Tihe younger brother
vent tit Providence w ith a hors to convoy the
ther honme diuring the recess at Chsistmas.
rhey both started for home oi the morning of
te latal catstroihe, and feutid, ere they
wachethe iiamir home, a watery grave.
Siuall Pox.-The Federal Union. of thie 28th
iLt., states. "There are two cames of Small
Pox on the East side of tile rier. about tenl
miles from the cit. They were intoduced by
a traveller from time lower district of South Car.
olina. We are antthorlsed to say boy time Plhy
icians of the City, that sufficient precautions
have been taken to prevent tihe spread of the
disiase, amid that ao danger may be app'relend.
ed by those who may wish to visit 31ille.ge.
Auemp to break Jail.-Ui the 29th uit. time
lailor at Charleston discovered that two of his
prisoners, James Sanderlin, who was convicted
in Mtay last, of stealing letters friom tie mail
nd sentenced to 15 years imprisonment, and
W. H1. Barrett, now awaiting his trial tor the
nurder'of a man named Johnson, soe few
reeks since,ia Cha lestonm, no doubt anxious to
7artake of the Christmas merry1t makings. &. de
iver themselves from tie Arms of the law, unl
fertook by means of .a small augur, without a
andle, a rusty case knite, and anm old hinige, to
vork out ofjail. The Charleston Courier of
he 31st ult,. says:
"They worked a pansage through three tiers
fplank, (the ceitre range studded with n.iil.j
Ire enongh to passthe body of a manm-they
hen struck mon a stad directly in the centre
f the hole, and 'his had also to be cut otT, which
vas effected with time samec instrumentrs. A
ireachm was now to be inade thiroughm a wvall
bree. bsrick thicks, bait the inadustry of&,~ndrlinm
as great, and when Busnett flagged in labor.
innderhua goaded him on by telling hmiim it was
-neck or inotinig." that if he did not escam he
ould be hummng. wshich senmed to have a wvon
kr'ul etfect, cattutag hiim to lply time knife and
mage withm great perCeveranmce. Thme ehitps.
lst, andl bricks were nil concealed, during te
lay, unider a bed in time corner ot time rom,t
md a chamir was pilaced before tihe hole, on
which hung a blanket, and someti articles of
md nifer time attemipt wazs discoiveredl thme pri
oiers were allowed to dii inonme mnore woruk,
he jaihor believing that exercise would he good
*r their health. Night betore laist. hsowever.
me nttered theis cell whletn thev were both fast
rsleep, baut after a deal of,.lhaking andi halirw
nmg. they were eventualily aronased from their
lummbrs. atid cxprssed great astonmishmmment at
le big hole "soimebody" hadl made ini the walli
-they thmoughit it tmighit he done by "somte
ailor." wvho were ini time wester" pmortions of
le pmrison,. but hadl been in. their aplartnments
re'a.inaly. Saniderlinm.looked at, uad exasm
ned thec excavation very umninnately, amnd after
iding; it was a ptetsy welli tini~ihedl joi, lie
onucuded to acknowliedge his plarticihpation in
"There was iut one ithicknesofibrick to re
noa c, anid it was time intentionm of time pri.<on
re to let thiemseles dmin n by am rem' formied
ftheir blanket. & c., tirnm into str ips."
From thme I,'ecorder & I itncn.
SOCIEwr r 1.. S. C. lDe. I4, 18-11.
At a mneiing of individuais, l'riendly to
lie estashliment of~ a Religions Periodli
al 1mn Chtarleston, S. C.. under time pa.
rmnage of' the llapmit IDeinimatiott itn
outht Carolina. W. II. Jo~hnseon wait cal
ed to the Chair, atnd J. C. Furman re
jtested to act as Secretary.
On motinmn, the foliowinig preamble and
-esoutions were adopted:
Whereats, it is desirablie to establish a
feligionts Paper in the City of Chiarlesson.
Slmer time paronage of the iiaptist Denom-.
nation, and whereais the Ediior of time
ibical itecorder & Sothern Watchman m
s asbout mo discomntiue thami pa~per. and hi iis
uuseripionmi list canr lhe oi'tainedl Th'erefomre,
esolvedl. mihat the present time presenits a
arabrlhe occasion for makinmg an cffort tim
sabnlish thme proposed paper, and that i
t dlone on th time wn peiiar rn
I. That assn un one hunCImitdred and (fmty
bares at S-5 caeh, he submscribed for, the
tochoiders shall bie anmthosrized to proceed
o the organmizationm of. a ociety, for the es
abishiment and carrying on of the propso
2. Thlat ihe Society shall lbe organized
sm the principles emf limnitedl partnershmips,
viz:. That no stuickhmohler shall he bouind
'or oure thman the shares almat lie takes. andmi
hat the agents of time Society shall he lia.
sie in their own personms and properly, feor,
ny exicess in thmeir contracts beyond the'
3, That as aliithe stockholders present
ae agreed to accept n volumntary agency.
... ,bt;;i..n...s . c.hoh...., . h. nhove con- I
cern, they are requested to make report of
tbe result of theiragency to a commiitee im,
Charleston, on or before the 20th of Janu
4. That if by the 20:h of January 1812.
o-e hundred and fifty shares shall be re
pla.ted to the committee, ns subscribed fur,
the siid commitee is authorized to make
the purchase of the subscription list of thc I
iditorcof the Recorder & Watchman. at
eight Iundred dollars, out of the aunitius
arisigt fruin payinents on the shares.
5. 'lhat on the 22d January 1842, as
nasy stockholders as reside in Charleston,
together with any other stockholders, that
May be in attendance in pervson, or by
proxy, on that tiny. be authorized to as
semisle and adopt a system of rules for their
government upon such principles and in
such form. us shall be in conformity, with
the principles or limited partnerships, anti
further to proceed in rraking such arrange
ments for tihe setting up the paper; inl the
appointment of an Editor, the contract for
printing and distributing the paper, and
the appointmnent of au agent to advance its
interests, as to then shall appear proper.
6. That to cuble the commit tee to make
the purchase as above btated, each stock.
holder is requested to send down to the
committee, on or before the 20th January,
18-2, the amount ofr 25, on each of his
7. That the Rev. L. Watkins be re
quested to procure stockholders in this con
ccri, and that Dr. Johnson be reqebted to I
write to sch indtividuals in dill'rent parts
(if the -State, a% he may deeml lkiely to
give their aid in carrying out the dcsign of
cstablishing the paper.
S. That brethren James C. Furman.
.\1. T. Ientlenshall and A. C. Simith, be a
committee under the 3rd and 4th articles
as above stated.
9. That the 'allowing be the caption to
be uscd by the agents in obtaining subscri
We. whose names are hereunto annex
ed, do igree toitake the numberof shares
opposite to c:sr names, and to pay the
amiotunts called for frmin time to time on
these shares, in conftrmity with the re
quirements. that shall be made by a So
ciety, to lie organized for the establish
ment and support of a Religious Periodi
cal, in the City of Charleston, under the
patronage of the Baptist Denominalion.
Should tlie proposel enterprise succeed,
the plan... as we understand it. is to divide
the profits among the stockholders, in pro
portion to the anount ol' funds advanced
Asfears have been c4pressed that an
editor cannot be obtained in season, and as
many have enquired of us respecting this
potti:, we will just say note, that in case
the services of an approved editor cannut
be obtained in tinte. we will undertake to
conduct the editorial department for one
year. En. REconra.
The silken tie that binels Iwo tailling hearts."
M A R R I E D.
On the 30th tilt. by the 1Rev. F. F. Sei.-, of
Ga.. Mr. JAnBz B. 'A1.t..a.RT. to MiSs haTaT
JAr KLCaREASx. hoth rthis district.
On the .;d UIL. hv the Rev. V. Watkins,
Mr. Lxuvst. Con:.er, to Miss 1E:sx-: LOtT,
all of this district.
0The Miends of Shumbel
ATTAWAY, announce hijnArandat C.r
the Ottee DOTTdi~Collector, o i.dgetie Das
Jun.5 if 419
MR. J)IIN DA hsas apoimseud Mr Seth
B~utler in s Agent dutritng his absee
frost the 8t.ate.
Jant 5 h 49
JS.NNTVINCE. ~ m
OS NH \l.EY hastapijponted lit M .
teBailey. Ihis Agesnt dsuring Isis :absenace fromi
Jan 5 e, 49
T IE Sub5s.cribler respectfuly regnsents all
persons indebted to hsimi by Note or open
Aecountt. to comet forward and pay hsim. as he is
in arcat want of Monry.nnstd not desironss 'fhsav
mgl to comsmensce asuit".
.sn5 ae 49
Mrs. E. M. Dowd, Agent,
H AS removed her stock ot .11il.LINE.R
GOODS. to iihe Store oipposilte Miessrs.
Blandt & Hantier's, anal next doowr to .'ser..
Scrasnona & .ieira, whser. slhe will lhe hsappy to
waiit upon her friends 'aid orm-er enstomners as
snsnnn. She retuarns her thsank~s for pa-at fhsvora.
Jnn r 49
J P EACE R~I. Surgeons DeIntut, w'oia
e espc~trully infosrm his friendal-, .,and then
piubtic generall,. that he i-a prepare-d tea -atensd
to all tsaine.s sn mhis pro'fsenian, such a.. Faing.
Ptinaring. Cle-anasig, and Extrne-ting T EET. aI
hie- is aslso prpared toa Insert. partial ot fulla
aa'tts of isnrrusptihate Taentha. asn Pirote. or Gold1
P'late. on the most scientifice principles.
Those desirona. eat his. professional services.
will lie waited on by addressing hiss at Leang.
smtirea P. 0., Edlgefield District. S. C.
ianS 5 f 49
5trayed or 8toIen.
O N Tsuesday niaght the 21st tth.. frmna Ilezes.
kinhi Strumt's stable, a grey MlA RE. he.
tweena 8 and 9 years old, between 14 and 15 I
handts high. haer back has beetn injtired by the a
s.adde. no other marks recollected. Any per.
son wh-Io has taken tip said mnarac. or can give
ay inlormsation ofher to the subrscribier. living
o~n Tsarkey creek. sao that he getr t, tr again will
hee atatbly rewarded.
GEORGE W. STRUMI.
Ja . th 49
' the 17th it., (rosa twaeet Water Mecet- a
Ving Houseo. at small hay florse, with a
star on hs:. foraeheaad, shoal all arouand, the shoes
some what worn. souse tmarks of the. saddle on
hsis back. he Inane lies on the left side of his
neck. Any craaon wvho masy have taken ttp
said hiorse. and will give insformsationt to the sutb
scriber. on they Martinown road one amile below
Benaver Dat. Creek, will ho thanklitdly ra'war
dod. ROBERT BROOKS.
Jan.5.1842. 2t 49
Dhought to the Jail
O F this District, a nte-ras boy. by the name of
BILL. or JIMi. abont la fe'et 34 isnchen
high, very dark complexion. asnd bietween :t5
anti 41) years of rge, stotat built, and has a sear
on hsis lent cheek, asnd na just over Isis leftn
ipple. He. slays that lie belongs to Win. Speirs,
The owner is regniested to comas forward
prove property.pay charges and tako him away,1
C. H. GOODMfA N, .r. z. D
Auenst 5. 1NI1 .c 27
AVHGAispnaad of our $tock of Goods
to blessi. GOODE & LYON the firm.
af BRYAN &,MINOR. is this day dissolved. I
xcept so tough as relates to settling the busi
tes of the concern, All those indebted to us,
ire informed that their Notes and.\ccounts will
e- foiud at the store of Mfessar. Blan.1 & But
er, which moot be settled by the first day of
'chrunry next, to enable us to close the busi
ensofthecocer. Afterwhichtimethey will
se placed in the hands or an Attorney.
BRYAN & 31MNOR. -
Jan5 d 49
Mount Enou Academy.
HE Subsetibesn take pleasure in answistnc
,r ing to the public. that 51r. Joux Ksoz
will take charge-of Blount Enon Academy. the
We deem it unnecespary to pan any thing
with regard to ar. Knox's qualilienio:i;. as ito
9 well known in different put ts ofthe State. as
in experienced and succesfil Teacher. The
tcadesuy Is near Colemaan's X Roads, in a Te
y healthy section of country, entirely removed
ion places of dissastaon.
Goud uoarding can he obtained in the neigh
rorhood. It. COLEMAN.
J S. GUIGNARD,
J. C. READY.
Jan.5,142. e 49
T 11E SUBSCRIBER will proceed to ell
at his residence near Liberty Hill on
lhuarsdayth27th inst. twelve or thirteen like
y NE'ROES, a valuable tract of LAND.
tnowni as the Wilborn tract. containing Four
sundred and Five acres, Thirty or Forty head
>f CATTLE.- HOGS. SHEEP. Household
and kitchen FURMTURE. &c. &c., on a cra
lit until the *firt day of January next. Pur
:basers required to ive notest with apprnved
eerity. B3EVERLY BURTON.
Jan. 5, 112.4t" 49
W ILL liE SOLD on alonday the24th
inst.. at the late residence of Col. John
Key. dec'd., on a credit of one year. all the real
state orsaid deceasd. (not specifically devied
)y his last will and testanient.) consisting of one
ract of land, containing about
2000 1CR E-V,
wlih will be dividi-d intao two or mnore tracts.
The said land lays on Turkey Creek. a portion
if which is low grounds, ira a high state ofcul.
25 likely young Negroes,
Hormes, Males. Hogs, Cante ansi Sheep, and a
MnItantity of Colton, Corn. Fodder, and Ont,
ggons ad Carts. Plant.ation, Blacksmith,
and Shoemaakers Tools, and a variety of other
articles, &c..&c. Purchasers to give notes
with two approved seenrities.
JAMES TOMKINS, Ezecutor.
Jan c 49
State o' Souita Caoltu a
Oliver Simlson, Forcclosure of two
Henry Shuaz. M
OTICE in hereu given that layvirtie
anordler from the Conit uif Chaneery I
shall ol'er fior sale to the b-ig hest biddler, in tie
Town of Ihamburg on Wednesday the 2Gth day
of January inst, (the sale to h coitinued fion
day to day until the whole of the mnotgaged
premiseas are sold.) Ihe following lot, ant lands
in the Town ofHanbuirg and its vicinity, be
longing to tIenry Shultz. to rurecisoe two
sortgages in fayor ofthe said Oliver Simpson.
riz. Lots known in ilae plan of aid Town as
No. 151. 152,153. 154, 156, 157. 158159,
160. 161, and 162, bounded- North ly Cobb
treet, Eathby Covington street. Southa by Mer
-- $ereer,Va-t y- sM&itter, em nbraeln
lie whole two sensuars withis t-it bounsdary
secording to the plan of the Town, with the
!xception of an alley of25 feel.jand a -snar of
I150 f eet consveyed to~ the P'resbyteiana Chusrch.
aind also all thsat parcel oft land senate nasd tc
ng "in the Ton maof Upprer I lamusrg," baa
niore sprorly, ina thec vicamity of il~sanlurag, em-i
irnciung .ilr. lhnitz'a rort ands pleasurc grounads,
:osstaiuhag eighty neres moisre or lese, wish lhej
-o-epatimei of ts'.' :ire- -.tld tos Josseph J. Ken
aadv. snnd a half neirc ea a'd l'ichard ianbl.ck
and'honmded can ?the North hv lanad of John B.I
Caovingtoun, East byv Ian ofe sa jhnu Fox.Sonthl lby
5 ditch nit the foot oftihe liil1, rnsing froms die
harde foast to the Leight tract line.nnsd WVest
iv tse linae dividinag the Leigh ad Fair tracts.
Ll'he l.ot s will be soldl sepa~r~isely.
The Tieiams of salek will the Cash lair one half
tie purchase maosney. faar the~ other half a credit
af..ix mnthsi pusrch.~as. 1o give Bonda and
ear54onal seensrily anid mnortgaige of the paremaises
o secure the paurchanse money.
3. T ER R Y, c. r.. r.. D.
Eseerlield., Jani. 5. l1842. S7 75 3t 419
Droughdt to the Jail
()F ihis I0istrict n inegro mana. n lho cals
himaself ISA AC. aaboiut '26 ear 27 years of
ega, dark comiplexioi. scar us his forasisend, asal
taoit S fees 8 iiehis thisla. Says hie helags to
aIns. 8arahs liarlin. adf iasiosn District, S. C.
Th.,i ower is reaepse-ted to casmn foirward,
ns ove property. ay cha:sges & takeo him aiway.
C. II. GOODMAi.N. j. r.. a
Liin 5 tf 49)
Brought 1to1 thet Jail
I) that Oistrict. a neagro muan lay the name of
Sqasisa' ar lBridea.lwmsging tgo Thos. 3lime,~s
if Binnell. dark compalasoan 45 or 50 yearsrs
if ae, twoa trout npper seeth ons, anad aLant 5
L~s's !4 inche'slshi
Thei. mowner is regnsead to come forward.
aroave property, pay charges & tase him awny,
C. II. GODL3AN, J. a. n.
Jan. 5. 1842. Uf 49.
Brought1a to thee Jail
L)F this Distract, a neno mans who says his
nanme as .Josepah. and that lie belongs to
obhn Pcerrison, of .slasckies Island. S. C.. of
ghst comtpledion, large whiskers fromn car to
an. 5 feet 6 inachies hihi.
The sowan is reqjaseste'd to come forward.
arsoveproperty. pay charges nasattakehlimaaway.
C. HI. G OOD3IAN, J. E. D.
Jan. 5. 1842. It 49
A LL peraonisidetatd to the Esaeof JOHlN
HIOLLINGSW')RTH, dece~ase~d, are
eqs ied to tnake payment. and those hraving
lemuands agantt said Eestaate, are regnaesatedl to
reettempoel attessed. for larasmdation.
JOHN II. HOLLING8WOWTH
DIo3IEDE F. HIOLLINGSWORTII,
Dec 29 48 2t Ercaters.
C)N the rad leading from Sweet WVater
Mteeting House to F~dgefield C. H., a
mall poacket hook cotlaining; Two l',ndJreds
mds Five Dollars in monley, -tad s1et., as otes
mnd receipt. of no use to any one buit'myselft.
Jrhdr and Sasenty Five Dollars ofthse
nsoneay was an n':.es on the Hamburg and State
Janska; one I'mfty Dollar bal on thec State Bank
lute and nuimber neat reacollce; als, a Fifty
1oltt.r ball on the Ilambaurg Bank ; the balanc's
' ere small notes, fives and tens, 0n the State
lak, anad Thirty deellars on the Georgin Rail
Road bank The fiuder will be liberally re'
srardesd by leaving it with WV. 3. Gleoer, at
Edgcild C. h. or to the undersigned.
E. V. READ.
Dec 28. 1841. ff 4:
Edgefleld Male Academy.
r, l1E Trustees of this Institution have the
.3 pleasure to infrorm the public, that they
12%e engaged the services of Mr. ZanocK D.
oMarV.ML. for the ensui year. who will open
he School on the first M onday in January.
dr. Cottrell comes well recommended, as a
reacher ofesperience and ability. The terms
if tuition will be the sane as lt year, viz.:
76t the Classical Department. ineind
ing the higher branches of 3lathema.
ties. - $1000
For die English Department. including
Engiislh Grammar, Geography, &c., 7 nn
For Reading. %I riting. and Arithmetic, 5 00
The Trustees assure the public that partica.
Ear attention will he paid to the moral deport
men: of the ul)il spli to this lutittion.
. 11. W I DLA W.
JNO. IPSCOM B, Tusins.
N. L GRIFFIN,
Der. -29 48 if
Of Valuable Town Lots.
Thomas flarrison vs. lctry Shultz.
. Burt vs. the sonic.
V. L. Griffin, vs. the sane.
:)liver Simpson, vs. the saic.
3. A. Atchtsonv$. samte & Lyddal Bacon.
,Iarshall Headly vs. samie & same.
. G Nagle ror wife vs. sam--.
A. G. Nagel vs. same.
rbe Executors of T. G. Lamar vs. same.
lohn S. Jeter, vs. sImte,
cahn B. Covington. vs. satne.
R. F Gotedy, T. C.. vs. sane.
game vs. same.
rhe State vs. same.
BY the written con;rent of all parties. I
will olrer for sale tinder the respee
ive writs of Fieri Facins. in the above
stated cases, on Wednesday ihe 26th Jay
f January next, in the town of FlHmburg.
The following luts. parcels. and sections of
land, levied upon as the property of the
defendant Hfeury Shual-z. nIl silualete it h
in the said town or n ithin its enrporile
limits, viz: Lois nos. 16;, 164, 165, 166.
167. 16, according to the plan tf the sanid
Iown. consilutin;: a block of lots near or
opposite the Rail Road Depositary on
Caoirgton street, havinrt 50 feet front and
292 feet depth. Nos. 169. 170, 171. 172,
173, 174, accordin-t said plan, constiu
ing a block of lut-, whereon the Powder
Magazine now staUnd. on Covingtaon street.
having same front and depth as the above
mentioned lots. Noc. 345. 344, 343, 342,
341.nostituiing a block of lots on Coving.
ton street. with same front and depth.
Nos.346. 347, 348. 349. 350. constituting
a block of lots between the last mentioned
block, and the old rua. f'rom tlte Bridge to
the bill at the fool of the Park ; same front
and dapth. Nos, 310, :3f. on the ditch at
he font-ofthe Hill, sano froit, and depith.
Nos. 293, 294, on the ditch at the fiot of'
the Park, opposite a %pring letwceo Ce.
tre street and the old road, same front and
Nos. 292, 291, 290, 2S9, 288, constitu
ting a block of lots on the left of Centre
street. upon entering the town, anti at tho
mouth of snid street having 51) fect front
o:: Centre street and 300 feet depth. Nos.
:170, :371, 372. ;r73, :r4, 375. 376, 377.
378, 379, 380, 381, 3i2, situnte below the
old road lending fromn the Bridge to the
H1ill. having 50 feet frot on said road and
Noi.906, 9-1. 83.On 3,lecInie,strcet, on
the Leigh tract of land. lavin! 5l free' froent
andl 196 reet depth. No%. 265. 266. 267.
268269, 270, 271, 272.27:3. 274.275. 276,
177, constituting a block at' tots on Itlber
son street. having 50 fee't front, atnd 200
fet dept h.
Nos. 18I. 201,203, 200, 219, 217, nna
239, 215. andl -10. ' ith a fratetion attached
to each of the ihrce labt, acc:ording to the
plan of said town.
Lot No. 353, otn ;n.l h~elow the ol roadl
frolmo he ridge to the 11ill, where the
ditch cr'ons said ruind, havring 68 feert f'ront
rn the radl runnting ba;ck toaih lini i Fnal.
Also nfl the interest, of ailr. Shiu;z in the
quare of 150) fcet of land, on which the
Presbyteiant church in llam~thtra stands.
One sectio ofta landicotntaiing I I neres
more or ln'.e, adjoininig lands ocupieda It
lenry Spire'. ont the right of the road on
nterinag litandurg. lay Centre street. Onec
tectitton of lad conattaiang 14 aeres utnure
ur less. adjointin:; lhe lidli:and lands on
wIinch Mr. Shout,. resides comning tdown to
rr near the mth Itof Cen~itre .treet ion the
Ulef", uponteteringl said tonn; an thissece
tiotn a oot etigible loceation for a Wa;re
bttuaae cant he hadI.
The utirae caf .\r. Shfltz.. commttonly
itwn n.. thle TIown llaltl[, ina ihe centre at
'.zarketi street. fronttintg Caentre' S"t.-eeOt, with
te l.ad att~ahed. 410 by 60) feeat.
Also 1.th e hi::bly hea'l a ndt comimand
ne plae whe.re ir. ianitz? re'sides'. emt
rcing the Iliill.P.irk. & lu,;'-a.r graound-t
ittucachd, in aill conit iing hect we'a'n $4 tad
100 acre' of' land. 'Thi" lae wiell hte
uad either in a Itody or int --eperaite Iot.
Te satle will contiitne (nunit day~ tat da
il the whonle,, if necessary, is disposed of.
Sheriff' Falg;;cl'd Dist
SDecember 27t. 14. lt 43
IAVING di-pos'd of may entire stock mni
initereat an the 4 'ottan Gin .Maktmg. 1a0
ir. James Boatwrighai. ot Ctonbia. S C..
ad bieig aitxious tao clos. mny old buasiness. I
voud iaequesl all those itnaetbted tat ma' ta cosme
orwai d and make ammedite stittlemeant. Ihof'u,'
. t'ir-a retmrn day in iteir county or dait
to atiouer minigencee cannot hte een,
I. Ours is antharizeal to ac: as mv Agentt, at
ny old stand ont liroad-stretl
W VM. JONES.
Agtsta. Ga., Dec 29 48 4t
ROMi '.'te subacrber an the 29tht Nnvem-n
he.., tast. living nine mileathbclatw Edgefield
..-art fIonnce, a small bay M.- RE. f'our years
ild, fomtteaen and a half hanads high, no marks
emembered. Anmy persnn taklrtng up said imare'
td inforasaing the subscribter of' then same, will
i reasonably compensataed for Ihis trosurkle.
Dec. 14 446
LL persons inidebted to Charle A. Dowd,
.deceased, are nrgrently regnested to make
mediate paymentt. as the aifairs of his estate
ire in sneh a sitoation as to render indatggec
mpossile. and which must not be expected.
Al~so.nall persons baying demands against saiad
intate will presetnt them propes ly and la wfully
ttetesed.W. BitUNSON, A dm'r.
De. I4 er S
r W ttiot. -
W E inavice attaen-ion to the following ar
ranagement with regard to the Gree
wood Inlstitutionas for the ensuil year. Miss l.
Brown, who las beer. Principal of the Female
School for the last two years, will contine in
lat capacity The Literary attainments of thia
Lady, and liar zealous performance of the do
ties ilevolving upon her, give her strong claims
it the patronage of the public. IntheMusical
Department the services of Mrs. Potter have
bee procured. It is well known that this Lady,
when forimerly employed itfibhis place in giving
lessons in 3lusic. discharged her duties to the
entire aatisfaction of all her patrons. Mr. LAw
in Patter will take charge of the English Male
School. TIis gentleman is a graduate of Dan
mnonth College. naid wan engaged several years
in teaching. lie is recommended to uesanap.
proved Teacher. possessing i a s hdegree
all tlc qnalificatior.s which should bl to
the'int-actor of youth. The Classicaland U a
themsatical 8ehool will again be committed to
the care of Mr. James L. Lesly. Of' Mr.leady
we deem it unnecessary act tin speak. HiE
popularity as a Teacher and the snecess. with
whiclh he has met in preparing his. pupils for
College, are satiafaictory testinonials of his
We would add that there is connected with
dares iastikutions a goond hilosnpisical Appars.
tns. by nenias of which the nost aseinl and in
tererting experiments in Natural Philosophy and
Chaemaiiatry may be readily peaormed. 'Thaee
schools ae located betweenam Abbeville, C. It,
rind Cnnbrid;:e upon the iidge, which divides
ahe water. ofrte Savannahala d .9alaida. The
locatinII i4 an admirable one. both in consw
Snuence fof it' heahhiness send its entire removal
fromja all ;cenews of dissitpation and vice. The
rates of rTiion r,-miain anchalged. They are
as modea ate as ins other itntionsof le kind.
THIOMAS B. BYRD.
Sc'y. of Board of Trustars.
Dec. 14 d 46
W I lhlWEBY GIVE NOTICE TO
TIIE PU RLIC.thfatwe nologer have
any voice in the onanaagement of the Greenwued',
anstituaina: and being deberred train any1 m *?ir.
ticipation in the bened, ofthe 'euti:ae and Mali
lag !I lelartments. by the :n.ZIner ill which
th- ',-nchieri oftbose Departnenats wereeleed.aa
(which took place atuler circumstanaces. - *..r
hil or patrnniisei tie same.) wee ha ea'
el a.ir. S. Trowlbridge to contitane an Enhiis
Sebnial in iiis place. Tire Sch-iool % ili cum
niner m il the firt aoalnay in Janu.arv. and !.U
governad by the same Relaes. latex of Tre .
&,-.. tat iav.- governed his Sch.,o .heI e.cr.t
year. 31r. T. lim been enig : -s i %tcr
diaraang three mat of the eight yerars s.nCe -'.e
Schools evere "etabliahed. Fo'r '. ..I t,
tisirt uid pcnliar talent for imparti.:g knv.v.
ledge; we refer to his former pna: an. ard to
the follnwing named gentlemen: Hul. George
Mclonlfie. Abbeville; Rob. Cunriingham, Esq.,
Lameas; and dhe lon. F. W. Pickenls, Edge.
E. R. CALIlOUN.
Greenwood. Dee 27 it 48
Mount Willin~g Academy.
THlE Exetei!sei of this institution wi, bk
1 opened. on ti. first Monday in Jann ary
lieit, under lthe direction of Mfr. John K. John
ston, whose long experience in Teaching and
correct deportment. we trust will entitle the in
stitutiona to alarge share of public confdenec.
TKRXS 0F TVITIONe:
tcading, Writing, and Arithmetic, per
nliarter ot 12 weeks,
Fnglisha Oraunmer, Geeai. 4 00
Philosiphy.Chemistry, and Greek
8trve-ing, 10 00
God Board may be obiained from $6.to#6
.t. 1B. S3h1ti. C3uiraaen.
L.. ft WII,30N, Trmeas'sas,
HI. C. HJERLONG,
A. 8s. 90zt E R
lDee 22 if 47
Fi Osrltee~un year. the HOUSE for
m,-cyieepiedl by C. A. Dowd as a
Maore H ose. A good Ifouse and a good stand
lir thae Mercantile Busiaasa. For partieulare
ppyto the subacribet.
Li, persaona indebted to the late Grar of
Bt.. en. CatLIs & Co.. are hereby noti?
hied. thsat thaeir Notesanad Accouants muasthe plaid
lby the first Mfonday in January, or they willihe
pl:ice'd in th- Isanli of an attorney for collee
hion: the affnirs of the firm mnist he eiosed, to'
rnablej the par ties to settle with each etiher.
BILAND. CATL.IN & CO.
Dec22 b 47
4LI.rsons are forwarnedl against trading
f.-r a nta drawn byv Dehaney Jones in (a
oir f Mlas:in Ilurkahalter. for the mum o(330 43',
1t nt day 's aicht as the akil note has beena
l,t in unaid~a by dhe siueriber. and the pay
lta-c ?2. c. . 47
ALI. persons 'ndaebted to the estate of Wil.
li.nan 8. John~son, deceased, late oftthia dias
rict. are regnaeitd to make paynaenta, and thease
Isaving aany claims. against said state are alma
regnestedl to preseot them to the subeeriber with
n the time prescribed by law, duly attested a'
he. law directs.
L~SWRENCE S JOHNSON.
Dec 2-2 184l. hum 4y
T lIE 8tabscriber offers lor iakb the welf
knownt House in Afken-- fronfmgF ont the'
Rtail Rln:.i, andl knaown at NA RSH'S fi0.
lEL.. The house has besen t as a PNidie
Ilunaee tor several yeali's, and eessins 40 fonas
donhle and sicgle, the greater peptioni oi'tben
with fire places. Upon the premises are 5ake.
wase all necessary nt bauildinige. kitchens, nie
grot howarit and stabling for 100) horrses, in the
yard is an excollent well of' water.
Termis one third ca-h, the belance on a credit
oftone and two years.
Also-Forty or fifty uniproved Lots, hand..
inmely uituasted, within the corporate limits of
Aiken. Apply to
JOHN MARSH, Aatt.
Dec 9 tf 45
T HE Biubsacribwr wall offer tor sale to the.
highest bidder, ena -dae premises, ala
Tiarreday the l2th at January next, a tract of:
land containing 355 acres.sailuate on thae staler.
of Turkey Creek. edjoiniun lat:de of' Geujrp,
Blocker. Feliz lake and other,, on a credi, of
inc and twa years.
M. B. CLARKLE
Dec. 14 b 46
F OR the ensnang year. some good Fael,t
H AND8.&Housae SER \'VANT$. Thw-v
will be hired on favorable tertas. Acal '
P. F. LADIgV
Dee 2 .