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~tF~iL Was rpaid,
- is wot admitted
- 0 werM to wit. to increase the
the Bank, and so it is ated, else
loans are ,n. the Bod.
outl tzken up; the fre loan
bi-r te( years, a"d - run twentv
e tihiriv yars, leaving the Bank ten and
-e wny yea.&
- Because. the statement of the security 4
dade forAfect. and gives no informatom
oeessed by the the Legislature, whc
drfi ibe money to become part of tb
Sank, and of course secured as othercapi
Bicautw, the5th ground is a mere
stract proposition. not disputed by say-one
and quite idle at this time, wbp the Stan
ha.alreadyborrowed Owe end out
and'has created a Bank a mortgagied
pay ber- .esid, ml
it kl -adieb = 8 to boweo"
PJon the gedral ~ .d oarni
Bak o o. ly "9
.06a.n..aabtesa and me
ilaanics ulab. itaate.-bau to subscribe a
'she , talsMijidone $MU)t:a Rail Ret
; 800,0W to py in advan
Road Ofbares, 'aod a plh they
publie laith fmr two mil MOregi
.ct company-of ladividu. 1
'by the advice asio co-opeat e
of those h itaomiles bot
.muney tO P11- .
Because, thoib ground is
lew escept %- mislead. Every
that wGee the public faith is ple .aw
c&iisen a popotaoO to his4Wre4 led
go.d and it a a pity-that was Oboql
of when the Saste involved itselfthree Mi
lon t --the favoured few" who were em
barked in she t hio and Kentuck
failure, but I =-oais by the Bank ar
secured by "trim es Lood tgage
Snd thpeltilato ecurity of the State,-a
S tr allte Bank.capuial suk,is so reinoI
as ta be of atle value, except for an'*
i e 7th ground is equally
Ciera It'ND. esps the insigation as t
the --ew potsey now proposed of raisin
moeey for the laukly increasing the pu
ic debt," whiebha no warrant in .
policy o'ew, er is anysec
operauo proposed. Thea.wcwas don
is I8, and well or utpoeltfwas a part a
Ihe ire loan Act. and thimoney so raise
.i mortgaged and caunot be withdraw
without a breach al public faith.
IBcaasethe th grounaisgg. e Wg
oral pricple which migh ba beesW
aiged in 1W12, wbihb Bask wasr"
ted, bet is -Wplly iaaiallidTf1a 1841 wee
contracts have been made al -tbpubli
faith isto be kept.
Becaipse. the th grof lit alo nfairi;
sated. The last fopr Ypars of tnlteeke
for calaqa m iisilno raui rniesion toJ*
henoerations, of obe Bank; and io g
11 "isno* made't borrow at6 ps
cent. and bank a 5fjjereasn but,obe Ut
contrary, in a seisor parshbBgh ia
made more than 7 per n& a will re
deem the whole stu'k -and aacally pay
the gunted4 fir de Ste. and although i
be true that the inerease of oher. Bank
tish he prels of theV Bank 4
theState;i ~ U'tbstteet'that thelr4
aent state a'akeafnns fail to re
suit in lea and'mast eventually be mad'
-good by taxing the people" is the meres
scare-ew that coukd be met up. There
is no reason ror believing, .that the Bani
will fast. uotoSty to pay the interest, bu
redeem the principarosf alt the debt ani
have her capital left, and but for the is'
provident Rail Road speculation she couli
sow pay the public debt years before it i
due. The majority therefore deemed thi
protest irregular, the groundefrivolous an
deceptive, and calcialated to injure the in
terest of the borrowers nder the ire loal
b~y denying to the restoftetate any ofthb
fae . ties whieh had been so freely Erant
toeharlestoO. That it was calculated t
injure the credit of the State, as the.
3~dwere pledged with the rest of db
ciri lspeeile debtsoutstanding.
, at this timne was peculiarly s'
~tdo any thing to disainish the re
jU sfthe Bank of the State, asi
uiu ay it at the mercy or the riva
B anks, destroY public conidenee in ii
circulation and erhap ptrotrate its tbasi
nass; arnd thea, wded the citizens must b
tamed tomaketop the loss, That nonca
-was made by the. people-no stggesfien
hum the Executive. and although no doubi
the movement proceeded from pure pa
vietisni; still it was ill-timed. And wbeo
the gorm-is over- sod the money marke
calamt settled, a reduction of Bank cap
iust by~si the Jianks won be a very
reaonable proposhion-ead the Bank e
the State would come dowa with the rest
Tb. dividends of the Bank of tbe State in
stead of being expended by the Stock
helders is placed in the sinkang fund an<
the it is that the public debt is paid on
The whole aBhir was smal, a feeler
set ithe Legislature was prepared at ti
time to dlisrbtheBank anid after electini
gprdirectdrs to permis every moen
of the Legislature so admisiste
his ostum. The Bunk was established
Its eapitbai mortgaged, its debtors like ai
others, snferieg uander the enreailmen: u
the, eirculation. It wras no time to try en
perimneuts. The names who rejected the
protestwere Corty nino.
Nays: Tbe il -n. W. F". Coienck, Spen
kert Mewrs. Ariai!, Bellinger, Btack,
Blake, Boushan:,, Brown, Bull. Blort, Carr,
Carroll, 3. W. Conner. W. J. tonners,
Darbv, Davia. Elt'e, F'air. Perguson, Ua.
lid, dilnaer, R. C, Grga, Gnignard. Hu.
ger, B. 1F. Hunm. Honmer,.lamnison, Kines
zoo. Myers. E. G. Pabner, Phillips, Rhts,
Riilsurds. Riley, Robinson. Rnper, dims,
8ineann. . H. Smith, 3. Smith.Spaeers,
rdrail, Trotti Wale, Washingto.
Edirswholbav~e putbished the protest,
.will dosan act of jostace also giving this
CAmps Laoing. -Tbs farmers of Ilinois,
it issuaed, are obliged to taeent and a
haif a poud for their perti, or they could
'not raise money 3D pay their axes--ad
very good tarkeys ma ow be bouabt iu
Cincinnati (or tVOen vsee.ts ahead
s od good ehickeaefa, a dellara dozen, as
Rail Road Comumadt". MaVs-.
Sbe l te our reader.
~liahe srMater: GeotI .ibti
report made, Nu the necessity 0.
governmeos ma. some "gement
with thevadleus ra road sad steamboat
lines, whicb would seure the permanent
transportation of the mails in time of peace.
and in ease of wa the conveyance of troops,
stoetiU &c., and that the Secretary of.
War entertained siailr -view F the
purpoee of d'esting ihis di Ibbt. a; o
tP PinPg - or hose interesed
taIt a the several
a otstionk at aUnion, to meet
ico vend stlWion, which was
~ry geerally atd, aned, the conven
t61o, was organized i that city on Satur
da hat, by te selectioS'fDr. Sheppard,
of Virginia. as President, and Gen. Pat
rson, of -North Carolina, as Secretary.
Nearly fory different rail roads were rep
resented, either by their.presidentsor dele
After ovganisation. the Post Master
General was informed that the convention
wea prepared. to go to business. when a
coinmication Presented from that
oeiear. enteringlina. details, explanntory
Ifsbie views of Jit measures should he
I adopted to acromplislh the desired object.
I Poll diseossiois followed, elicitint the *pin.
iots of the members of the convention. &
I we are apjpy to say that a general. in
deed uniiamous desire on their part. was
.expressed to meet the views of the gov
'ernment. The convention appointed a
Comnitteeor six. viz: Louis McLean, of
,Maryland; Dr. Shephpard. of Virginia;
G(v. Dudlley, of N. C.; John P. King, of
G eorgia; Mr. Rockwell of Conn , and M1u.
Bliss, of Mass., to confer with the Post
t Master General, and fx-on the basis of a
bill to be prposed to Conaress, by which
the governi-at can secure the permanent
Y use of the rail roads throughout the Union.
efor the transportation of the mails, and
also troops, munitions of vau, &c.-CAar.
E' f cI the United States Bankrupt
Late on LeeS.-It is Important fbr the
a salety of 'he leors, that leases hereafter
made should take provision for ibe bank
! raptCy of the lessee, as on such an event
bitstate and interest in tne premises will
pass to his aftignees. if they-cboose to ac
cept it, ad not otherwise; if they da ac
Seepit. they may transfer it to whom they
Spleas--even to a beggar. and the assignee
will not remain responsible for rent afler
1 sucb transfer.
It is insuflcient and itmaterial that the
a original law codtains a special clause,
avoiding dke lease if tbe les0see should on
dedret. &c.. because sucli a clause applies
only to voluntary transfers by the lewee,
C anI not to assignments by the act of law.
Sueh a clause wilt not prev-si the interest
of fe lessee fronm passing to bil assignees,
ia hi sptcy, nor retd t ithedis
r I iAROzaa . Jan. 12.
Our CaWn a: jririgrly opetned, al.
r thougitbere is.a. a greanL mantity arri
vig. as.the roads are in a bad eondition.
Irice range rM 6 to etI: pime lots,
buwever, will briog: e to 64 ets. Some
isafe* of s*i "iiei- Pam -have been
IVery poor AiP. and perhaps not sold
no their own merit and therefore should
tat he included in our quotatimes. The
market is steady. and sales readily made
at prices above stated.,.
Dry Gooeds, Groceries.,tre.--As the
planters have not commenced their regu
I ar trips, and a general business cannot be
laid down, we leave off our remarks and
the currection of our Prices Ctarrent until
MllNlSTERlAL UUNFERENCE, will an
semble in the Meeting House of the Hlsmbnrg
mBaptist Church. at 9 o'clock. A. M.. on die Sa
5 urday before the fift Lord's day of this month.
WV. B. JOHINSON, C'hsiraa.
Jan. 19. l14. a 5l
07 The frne's of Capt.
W. L. COLEMAN. anonotnce~him. as a
candidate for Ordinary of Edgefleld Dis
Jan 19 tf 61
U wsyr au M lasse.
A UPE1~I article. Just received and
2.it for-sale by
SCRANTON & MEIGS.
J-:n19 6 53
GUNPO W DER.m l'rial anid Black Teas.
As.Sugar. Co and Chocolate.
Jussreceived and for imalo cep. by
Jan19 d 61
Fruits & Spices,
JUST REUEIVED fresh Oranies, Lemns,
Raisins, Currants. Citron, Figs, Cloves,
Mace, Nutmeg, &c. &c.. at the stare of
SCRANTON & MEIGS.
SJan 19 b 5I
Aso-F Rsice and Buckwheat Flourai4
-SCRANTON & MEIGS.
Jan 19 b 51
.Vossey, is WiFueted.
E H E Subscribers take thi, method of re
Sturning :.ir gsank.. n. a iat--rat tbtie,
auan resp.-tfully soiis aI contitnuance of thesir
Out at th.- same time we are nnder the tne
csity of cuattmng upon vihose indeb.ted to ue to
ecnm, forward and bqitidaste their Notes and Ac
counts uimsely, as it is utnerly impossible
for its to go on with businace. unless our rusto
mers pay us more punctually. The extreme
presure of the timcs render this absolutely nao
BLAND & BUTL.ER.
Jan 19 tf 5l
Plauno Forte Toe & Re
A RON A. .. LARKE. would respectfully
inform bis friends and the peblie getnerai
ly, that he att.-nds to the.- bosines, of Repairing
and Tutting PIA NO FORT ES. at the slhartst
Iaesab. The desirous o- hie professnil ser
vies. will be waited on, by addressing him at
Edgefeld C. H.l 3: C.
kaferenuce can he had, if necesry, to a cer
tiheate from under tha hand of Mlr. E. B Ba
on, who has bueeong known se Teacher of
Muse.and a large amne of the mnostrospeeta
T HE Copartnership leretufoveezisting be
.tween the subscribers under the firm of
G L. & E.Penn & Co. was dissolved On the
drst day orJanuary. 1842, by mutual consent.
All tdose indebted to dbs concern by noteior
book aaoout, areonested to make prempt
G. L PENN.
The basines will be continued at the oUl
stand by G. L.& L Penn. We are thanki
toirn frends for theirlormer patronage,-and
will try and make it to theirinterest to.contine
the same. We shall r,-plenish our steok irhe.
spring. and wil sell theL present rmea-aang
stock very low for cash, or on a credim to p6n1
G. L. PENN.
Jan 19 tf 4t
LL persons indehltd to the .late Hansom
Hamilton. dec'd. are requested to make
payment, and all those having dertinds against
the estate are regnested to rende'r thet in pro.
perly attested to the aubseribers, within the
tame prescribed by law
J, B. HAMILTON, ? Ad'rs.
S. GOSNAHAN. -
Jan. 19.1 M -1 tf
A LL t rsons indebted to the eate ofJesse
H 6ba. late of' Edgefeld District, dee'd.
are rguested to make payment by retrn dal in
March neaxt, and thooe having clamais a"anot
said estate are. requested to render them ir
attested,- within the tine preperi by
E. DEVORE, Adm't.
Jan. 19.1849. 51 - if
W E have obined a good Blacksmith. en
W Wagons and Plantation Tonlis,andshall
be glad to work for our neighbors andfriends
J. GIBBS & CO.
Jan.19 a 51
LL persona are hereby cautioned nainst
-trading for a Note given by me to Mrs.
Roisall: Blaylock. fur $t6 (n. for the hire ofa
Iegro Woman. astheconaideration for whieb
IdNote was gives has failed. and I am deter.
iniced not to pay the same unless compelled by
WK. H. MATH rW8.
Jan 19 c' 51
!ale of Town Lots.
TH1OSE initerested, are informed that
,- sat of Town Lis, &c., will be
contined accora~g t previc-a notice, on
tba26:h iust.. ai which uniV, all thoe di
terested will please attend.
Hamburg, Jan. 13. 1842. 51 c
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire.
1Ordinary of Edgekeld District.
Whereas, Al. Graham hath applied to
me-for Letters of Adminiaration on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights.
and credits of Ellen Graham, later of the
Dimtrici aforesitid, dleeased.
These are, therefr-, to ciie and admon.
ixh all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of ihe said deceased. to he send appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to beholden at Edgelield
Court. House on the 31st day of January
1842. to show cause, if ady. why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 14th
day of Janiuary. one thousand eight but.
died and Ortv two. and in theAtrsizi
YOTa 0rrurlTWWffr F ruriG
0. TOW LES. 0. z. D.
Jan. 19. 1842. Se 124 b SI
BYvirtue of sundacry waits of Fieri Fa
UNcias,! shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Coos: H ouse, on the first Meinday anid
Tueeday of February next, the fullowiug
Jobn S. Allen, vs. Margaret Ogilvie,
Julhn A. Whiate, and Cary Patterson, the
ract of landa where defendant Ogivie lives.
L~. Giddinags, vs. Thos. RI. Brackienridge.
and Lewis Elhyeay, one tract of land adjoiu
ig T. Alorris. A. Pond. ad others, levied
on as ahe property of Lewis Ellisy.
Penn, & Branoon, vs. Harriet funrths.
240 are oflanid, more or less, where dle
fensani lives,andjo.iinglands ofJames tal
nker, and others.
Geoarge Parrrnt. vs. Wiley Milton, Jas.
G. 0. Wtlkinsou, and Dawssi Ackinson,
700 acres of laud, more or less, adjoining
A. Whatley and others, levied on as the
property oft). Atkinson.
loaers & Lasimer vs. Hlollie Dontos,
six begrOes, Peter, Lewis, William, Allen.
John and Nanny.
Tread way & Blian is. die sante, the
above described property.
Dendy & Rev, andI ushbers, vs. the same,
the above deseribed property.
Joseph Llnyd vs. Gutberidge Thor
mood. two negroes. P'hillis and Rachel.
Burrel E. Hobbs vs. the same, the above
Wright. Bull & Co. vs. Rudolph Car
r, oe uegre, Deck.
Robert (.arliule vs. the same, the above
Torpin -& De Anuignae vs. Charles B.
Caer, one hay Horse.
Goodwin, Harrington & Co. vs. Sam
el Lowery, one rean Horse
John Knox vs. Lewis Sawyer. one gray
Bland,. Catlin & Co. asignee, vs. E.
M.& E. B. Joor, ne6 tierro man.
Ahnei P.-Jones, for Robiert Y. Jones vs.
A. T. Hodges. and Win. WV. lnor, oee
negro man. kill.
Clerk & Clark vs. Jao Presley. one
5. CHRISTIE, a. x, 3.
Jan 12 3t 50
Stage ot' south (Unsolitsa.
Wm. Proihro. vs. -
. H. Taylor.
r TL L BE SOrL on the 28th of Jan
uary, inst., ini the kiwi of H amburg,
he interest of G. H. Tayhar, in 2(J0 Bed
seads in an unfinished stale. i'eo iF,,rses,
one Carry all Waaon and Harness, soes
materals for Cotnon Gins, one Sideboard,
ad, various other articles of Household
Terms cash. -
.8. CHRISTIEo a. a. o.
Jan 12 3r 50
AN APPRENTICE to ths Printing busi
nms. A boy frobl3 to 15 ears of age,
who can read and write, of good 'moral habits,
A nteattic Me:
fte oSouth Carolina.
B; A. Wallace, vs.
WILL BE SOLD at the house o(C. .
Govir, on the 31st January, iustk
S. CHRISTIE. S. Z.
ag isa 50
'14 te of,. South C'arolina. I
Pe ,& Brannon. & otherM,
I L H SOLD at the house of Be
VU Pverly Burton, on the 27th January,
of. ab following property. viz: one seit
of kmith Todis, five bales of Cotton,
e t of Seed Cotton, one Wagon and
Heru complete, four Mules, crop of
Cor* and Fodder, and various other arti
S. CHItISTIE, s. a. U.
Os2 3t 50
9 O10- sl C.4 _ ROi!N.4,
- tDGEFIEI.D DISTRICT.
Be #y Burtn torectoure of Mott
Sa Presley. E I''
=IL BE SOLD on the first Mon
day and Tuesday in February next.
the following negroes, viz. iephen, old
Lak, young Lark, Daniel. Rinah. Lewis,
Citharine, Phillis, Burton, Biddy, Ansel,
S. CHRISTIE, 5. 7..
Jan. 15. 1841 ($1 50) 3t 51
Wanted to Hire.
A EGLiku MA.N. about 45 or 50 years of
age. to work on a small tLrna in the vicini.
ty of the Village. Wages paid monthly or
quarari if reuired Apply at this Office.
)us. ftw4-.. -
AVING purchased of Meers.' Bryan &
slinor, their estie stok of Gondein the
Aenrot Tailoring Basiaas , in this place,
we iould take this method of informing our
frends and the publci generally, that they can
be (tanished at the old stand of Bryan & Mi
nor, with Clothing, onl as Sood terms. and not
inferior in quality to any similar establishment
in the Southern country. We intend to keep
on band at all times. a good stuck of
Enlish & French Cloths,
and '' jeixaS.. selected in the New York
and 1ladelphiat 1lark , together with all
other artcles in on, lick ; and :o those who fa.
var us with their patronuage its this businen "e
won d say that every ezerto, On o0 o;prt s1tall
be eed to give perfect satisction.
GOODE & LYON.
January 1. 18& tf 50
[ EARNm.TLY request all thmse isidebed
Iq me on Notest and oje a Accounts, due Sop
to thelrst of January, 1842. to come forward
and liquidate them without delay. I owe mo
ney st must be paid rompy, end ose-.
ul mn collect; oame of my customers
. ne some conxiderabl'e time, are
.notid that longer indulgence cannot
. B. ]PILE9tEir.
EDEFL. C. .- S. C.
T HiE dUBSCRIDER lhavinig rented the
establishment formerly occupied by Mr.
A. B. Addison. has fined is uip for the areon
m2odtion of transient and permanent boarders
The Hotel is near the Couirthoumse, in a very
leamnt situation. anid he Caurs himself that
i.s tdle will bar a comparison with any is. thie
sectiso of the country. Good stablinig and at
tentire aervants are provided, and ini tact every
hing thiat can Ite done an his pirt to render
t,,v.;drs anid boardera comfortable, will be
H e is prepared to accomatoslate two or m. se
famifes with board, ad from the well knoawn
health and good society of this Village, famns
es will find it a desirable summer residence.
His charges in all instances will be made to
corepond with the timrn..
Jaanary 5, 1849. 50 tf
11. personS indebted to the estate of ina
A han WIever, dec'd., on Notes and Ac
counts that are dine. are regnestedt to nmke pay.
ment. and thos lia?ng dlernmtes agamint said
estate, will render them in properly attested for
payma OLIVER TOWLES,
Ordiary of Edgefeld District.
Jan. 10 c 50
TU liE Sabecriber respeostnall regnel'ts all
Ipersons indtebted to him byNote or open
Aconit, to cme foward and pay him, aahem:
in great want of Moey, and not desirone of ha'
ing to commnence suits.
JaWS .c 49
JOS. N hAlLEY hasappointed Mr. Win.
~biley. bis Agent during hi. absence froar
Jan5 c 49'
Era, EsM EDowd, Agenf,
Af reo cdhr atoex iet l.Ll00> \RY
.GOOU)S, so the htore opposite Messrs.I
Bs ,& Buter's, and next door to .ilener4.
Seration & Meigt. when-. she will to ha ppy to
wait upon her friend. and former customers as
asuatil. She returnrs ber thaniks for past favors.
JawS if 49
T RE Submcriber offers for ale the well
known House in Aiken. frontingonth
Ral oad, and known as MAR8H' ohe
TEL. The hanse has been kept as a Public
IHbnse for seVerial years. and contains 40 raonnur
danble and singk.r the greater portion of thirn
with Are places. Upon dile premise. are like.
wse a8 mecesarry oat buildings, kitelsens, ne
grn hoess~ and stabling for 100 horse., in the
yard s an excellent well of water..
Terms one thild ea-h. the balance on a credit
of one and two years.
Also-Forty or fit unimproved Lats, hand.
sely sismnAtd witin-the corporate limits of
Aiken. Apply to
JOHN MAR8H. Aikess.
De 45 45
oTeflriends of shubei
ATAWAY, annonneun him as a candidat'e for 1
the Office of Tax Collector, of EdgeBeld Dis
BY Virtoe of sundry write of Fer
Facias. I shall proceed to sell at
Edge6eld Court House, on the first MOO
lay and Tuesday ia February neit, the
'11wing property :
Sebrun Jones, bearer. vs. Rivers Gua
er & Henry Sawyer, 2000 acres of land,
1ore or less, adjoeinug Mrs, Holston, and
Coahran & Rushton, Ts Jefferson A.
Berry & Mildred Berry, the tract of land
where the defendant Mildred Berry lives,
idjuining lands of Josah Duncan, and
Wn. Garrott. seur. ts. George Delaugh
er, 150 acres of land, mroe or less, %W
[orn's creek, on which is a valuable Grist
Hill, adjoining Wm.Culclazier,and others;
lso, one other tract containing fifty acres,
nore or less, on Turkey creek, on which is
t valuable Grit Mill, adjoining Wesley
3ochran and John Wash.
Thomas Garrott, vs. John Got, the tract
af land where John Goi's widow lives, and
)ae gray Mare.
Daniel Brunson. vs. Wm. W. Coursey,
ralbert Cheatham, and John A. White,
he tract of land whereon Talbert Cheat
Iam lived In the year 1841; also, the tract
aland where John A. Whitelives.
John H. Gray, vs. Talbert Cheathasn,
ibe tract of land where defendant lived the
Whit. Brooks, vs. Rudolph Carter, and
Elizabeth Carter, five thousand acres of
land. more ar lees, adjoining lands of John
Wise. Win. Howard, and others.
William W. loor, vs. Alfred Holley, one
ihnusand acres of land, more or less, ad
joining Wade Glover, and others.
Sarah C. loor, vs. the same, the above
Watts, Cook, & Co. vs. A. G. Leaks,
rne thousand acres of land, more or less,
adjoining J. W. Coleman and others,
J. P. Watts. vs. the same, the above
Commissioner in Equity, vs. Nathan
McCarty, Samuel Padget. and Sampson
Cates. 240 acres of land~imore or less, ad.
joining A. J. Padget. and others.
Commissioner iu Equity, vs. Lewis Pad.
get. Jordan Feaster, and John Eidson, one
hundred and sixty acres of land, more or
less, adjoining A. J. Padget. and others.
Thomas W. Malone & Jemse R. Garry.
vs. Alfred Holley & Wise Holley. 2000
acres ofland. me re or less, adjoining Wade
Glover, and others.
W. &. S. Aitaway. vs Mary Riley, 200
acres of land, more or less, adjoining Juthn
Coieman. and others.
George Parrott, ag't, vs. Edmund Acher
2n, two hundred acres of land, more or
e,. J'..ning Joi Deason, aud others.
Penn & Branii.!: vs. Bmerrly Burton.
four acres of land, adjoling Dr. Atkinson,
and John Briskey. mnd others.
Thomas G. Dirkson & Co. vs. Jehu
Mouchet & S. C Terry, 20 acres of land,
mre or less. % hereon Juhn Boyd now
lives, levied on as the property of S. C.
Penn & Brannon. vs. Joseph 1. Smith,
seven acres of land, tmore or less, adjoining
James Barker, and others.
Penn & Brannon, vs. Beverly Barton,
406 acres of land, lying on the north side
of ie road leading fmw Liberty Hill, to
John Anderson's, adjoining lads of L. H,
Mundy, and oihers,
Terms Cash. .
Jan. 10, 184 CURIT5d
5tate of Souath Carolina,
Gray & Gray. vs. A. T. Hodges,
Dr. Wesley C Norman, vs the same.
W ILL BE SOLD) at the house of De
edant in the above ease, on Tuesday
tet 25th inst. thme rolowing property, viz one
lot of Corn and Ftmider; one lot or Common
Hogs. Sheep, and .Cattle ; Ilousehsold I'urni
aure and other articeds.
S. CHRISTiE. s. *. D.
fain. 10, 3842. ($1 0li) b 50
State of' South Carolina.
H fluthison. Cashir)
BY yan order from the Cort of Corn.
mon Pleas, I will proceed to sell, in the
town Hrmnbnrg, on Wednesday the 3dt inst..
rhe follow~ing Lots: Nos. 99. & ltO on Centre
street; also, one (house attnl Lot No.. 106i on
'entr'-street. anid No. 110. n which is a twto
story louse, occupied by M. Geaty as a tihne
Stre; Lot Na. IIL occnfiM. by Lindsey &
Cmiainshas. as a Grocery. Thme above pro.
rrdywbe sold on a credit or twae. mtoniths
bnd & personal seestrity, & a mortga;e ot the
pre'mises. io she Bank or Hanmbnrg, 8. C. Per
laers to pay for aill papers necessary in the
:ompletion ofrtheir titles
Costs ini cash.
8. CIf RISTJE. a. a. a.
Jat.8 ($3 00) 3g 50
State of' S'ouith Carolina,
H. Hlutchison, Cashrer,
H. W. Sullhvan.
BYtnodr romn she Confof Common
Pleams, itll procteed to sell ins the
own or Hamhurg, ins thonhbove case, our'
Wednesday the 26th inst., the followin'g
iroermy, viz: No. 133. harisg 50 feet on
Look-treet. and 350 rees on, 1~Tmslan-sgrees;
Loit Nt'. 144, havinig 50J feet on-Cook-street,
ads 1904 on Tillmtan-seee. Terms oif
mae- A credit of twelve months, the pur
:haser toagive bond und- personal security,
and a mnorigage or the property; the par
:hsser to pay ror all papers necessary in
:ompletion of his title.
S. CHRISTIE. a. E. D.
Jn. 8, 1842. ($:1 00) 3a 50
ilount Enon Acadenmy.
T srbers sake pleasure in mnmno'ne.
ing to th public, that Mr. lowi Kant
vil take charge of Motfnst Etoh Academy, the
a misuig year
Wede:muit mnnecessary to say any thing
s'ith regard to Mr. Kntoz's 'qualifiations, as he
s well'noen in dif'erent psarts of the State, as
in experienced and sunceehaful Teaolv-r. The
hed anear Cohmae's iMI Roads, hi r Vs.
y healthy metion of donntry, aistirefy fenmoved
rom places of dimsipatioer.
Good~ Boarding can besbthined in the neigb.
erhood. R. COLEMAN,
J 8. GUIGNARD,
J. C. READY.
.. 6,1849. . Ao4
PEALE& Etewsg wl
public generai. that Il is ni pomn
to anl busies to Abspoenn ni
setts of incorruptiblet Teeth, on nows or Gl
Plate, on the most scienies prnciples.
Those desiroa of his professional serviend.
will be waitsd on by addressing him at Lng
mires P. U., Edgeeld Disne, S. C.
Jan 6 if 49
State of South Carolina.
Susan Log,etal. vs.
V ashi Farrow, and Amon Parfils.
OTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN. thal.6g
virtue ofan order from Cisanollor Job
son, I shl otffe for osale to.the NO stbidder,
at Eda"id Court House, on the Mondy
in February next. the real estate of Benjamnw
Lindsey, deceased, consisting of two tracts of
land as fullows, viz. one tract whereon the de
ceased resided, situate in Edgefield District, on
the watern of Shaw's Creek. containing three
hundred arres ('00) more or less, and bounded
byiRoben Knny. Harmon Gilumanand otherr,
and the other tract containing three hundred
aeree, more or less. situate in the District afore
said, on the waters of Shaw's Creek. and boan,
dod by lands of Harmon Gallman. Tboias Do.
lorach. and B. W. Hatcher. Said tracts oflWad
to be sold separately. on a credit of one year.
except for so much as may be necessary to pay
the costs, which must be paid iu cash, purcha.
sera to give their bonds aid peasoual security.
and a mortgage of the preuises.
J TERRY, c. z. z. D.
Coariasiur's 0_c, Edgefleld. Jan. 10. 1841.
Jan. 10 ($181) d 50
H AVING disposed of our Stock of Goods
to Messrs. GOODE & LYON the firm
of HKYAN & 31INOR, is this day dissolved.
except so much as relates to settling the bst.
ness elf tme concern. All those indebted to us,
are infurmed that their Notes and Accounts will
be famid at the store of Mssra. BlanJ & Bal
er, which mast be settled by the first day of
February next, to enable us to clase The basi.
ness of the concern. Afler which time they will
be placed in tie hands of an Attorney.
BRYAN & MINOR.
Jan 5 d 49
T H E SUBSCRIBER will proceed to ed
as his resideice near Lberty Hill on
Thursday the 2yth inst. twelve or thirteen like
ly NEGROES, a valuable tract of LAND,
known as the Wilborn trnet. containing Four
hundred and Five acres, Thirty or Frety head
of CATTLE, HOGS. SHEEP. Household
and kitchen FURNITURE. &c.&Ac., on acr
dit nuid the first day of January next. Par
chasersrequired to give notes with approved
secerity. BEVERLY BURTON.
Jan. 5, 184&. 4t* 49
ILL BE SOLD tin Mouday the 24th
W ist.. at the late residence of Col. John
Key, dec'd., onl a credit of one year. all the leal
estate orsaid decased. (not specifically devised
by his last will and tettament.) consisting of one
tract of aid. contaitiong about
whckh will be divided into two or more traclio
The said land lays a Turkey Creek, i portion
of which is low grounds. in a highstte of cul
25 likely young Negroea
Horses. Males. Eogs. Cattle and Sheep, and d
quantity of Catid, Cota. Fodder, and Oats.
Waggons nd Cai. Pigatation, Blacksaith,
and Shoeliakets Tools, and a variety of other
articles, &c. &c. Purcha-e- to gave notes
with two approfred securities.
JAMES TOMEIYfS, Ezseee.
Ja66 e 49
Edgefleld Hale Acadeany.
T1 H E Trustses of this lnssitatiolh have the
U.plensure to itiforts the pmublic, that they
have enagged the services of Mr. Zacoci D.
Cotreast.. tor the enstany year. who will open
the School on the first Mfonday in January.
Mr. Cotitell comes well reenmmmende.d, as a
Teacher ofeziecrience and ability. The~ terms
of tuitioni will be the same as last year. viz
Fbr thae Classical Department. includ
ing the higher branches of Mlathemna
tics, - - . $10 0.
For thme English Department, inacluding
Enagli-hs Grammaf. Geograpbyt, &c., 7 50
For teading. W riaintg. and Arithmnetic, 5 00
The Trustee. assur. the pubalic that partitu-.
Ir attentioan will he paid to the mroral deport
ment of the phils sent to ihis Institutiai.
INt). LIPSCOMf8, yTstea
N. L G RIF FIN, '
D .9949 f
Mannt Willing Academy.
?j tIE Exe-rcia of tis instatation, wil lae
opened. ont ih.- lurst Mpndnv int Janu ary
ext, under tl~a dir,-etaana or Mr. Johna I. John
stan. winose long expe'ritence in Teacinag and
correct deportnenat. wc tens; will entitle time in
stitution to a large share of public confidente.
Taneis or TetTOs
Rleaing, Writing, and Arithmentic, per
qant--r of 12 weeks, $3 (1
EigislGramnmaer, Geogragley, 4 00
Paiu phy Chasnistry, Lattn and Greek
Languages, 6 0
To be -d i' advance,
God may be obtained from $6 to $
pe utia . B. SMf!Til. (Sairssea,
L.. I. WIJJSON, Trassarse,
HI. C. llEltI.ONG,
A. ii. DO'4IER,.
SDec 2'2 if 4T
iLL persons inden-dio Chaarine A. Dowd,
Sdeceased. are urgently rvguested to male.
innuediate p'ayrient, as the affirts of his estate
are in ineh a ~tsituation as to'render indulgence
impossible. and which musat not be cxpected.
Alo, all persons bating demnandst against said
etate will present tlhem propeih and- lawfuly
attested. W M. BilUN ?O'N, Adm'r.
Dec. 14 if 46
FOR the ensuing year. the HOUSE tot.
merly neeuieid by C. A. Dowd, as a
Store Elnaise. A gnod H ose and a good stand
for the Mercantile Business. Vep pbrtiulars
applya to the subscriber.
Decm 29. gf d
tlUR friends ini ahe Country, and oswl
~are informed that te tdeath of onvra
i~end and Cojaartner, Doctor Charles N. Ii,
will not derange thevegular routine of5m earb
sines at all, as it willfie continued 5y the-car
riving Copartner atWder the same firm ase.
MURRAY & HILL
Pt. J.H. MURRAY.