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, somewhat like
sking more of a liter.
, have no doubt that he is
.wel1 qualified for the purpose
ay, guid am of the 'mpression that
iMch an W5stituton woul calculated to
do much good, nod is especially needed at
For the Adrtiur
ai. Entroa.-l have been led by a notice in
a New York paper. taken of Dr. Wax. Cole
man, amoxg a few others, to make a briefex
tract, which no doubt you will take pleasure i'n
publishing, as you must feel no small degree or
pride, when you find the assiduity and talcnts
of the young men of our State. and especially
ofour District, not only raising the fond expecr
ations, of relatives and friends, but extorting the
merited praise and admiration of strangers.
A New York paper speaks very high of the
advantages of Climcal study, which large cities
alone can afford, and for which New York city
is so preeminCtL There are thousands of pa.
tients there, who are die constant sujects of
gratuitous treatment-presiting every variety
of disease, in every stage and condition-e'ver
holding out a rheans for storing the mind % ith
invaluable experimental knowledge, and thus
teaching the proper practice of Metdicinse and
Sargery, for which purpose mere boik descrap.
tion is incompetent.
The writer concludes thus-" Among those
ins the Graduating Class (fifty one ins nu.nber,)
who wald do honor to their proresriin, and who
were a high credit to their eminsent preceptors,
we were pl-ased to recognir.e Dr. Yu.ag of
Ala., from the office of Dr. Mott; Dr. Glass,
from Dr. Patternon's. and Dr. Coleman. fvoi
Dr. Ready's 7f S. C."
Such men as these.going into the world with
such advantages as they have possessed. and
such talents as they have exhibited, cannot fail
to do much to elevate the profession of their
choice-the most interesting, ardous, and im
portant of any ins society. H.
For dke Advertiser.
Mn. Ernroa:-In accordance with a resolu.
tion of the Greenwood Lyceum. I send you a
copy of the proceedings of its first meeting. and
you will confer a favor on the Society, by pub.
lishing the same.
The objects we have in view in their publi
6-EWAIGare; that the chiractief f our Society
may be known abroad. and that the auention
of the community in general may be called to
the importance of snen Literary Aacvoiationis.
in improvine the minds and cultivating the
asenot only of the young, but of chose more
advanced in life, by a method of instruction so
inviting aned ecetertaining as that of Public Lec
tures. Sneh Societies are much needed in the
South. The minds of thoui'ands are permitted
to slumber, for the want of something to call
fortih their eneergies, and~ the neule'et of early
education is too oftin sanectioned by a total ne
glect in afle'r life ol all atenmpts to accomphish
what ought. to have been done in an earlier
day. We know of no method so welt adapted
to instruct all as Public Lectures, for by them
instruction is given, and knctwledge impacted,
withoat the labour otherwise re'quired for its ae
C'twit this is not the only means we have in
The Atihe accomplishmenit of our purpose.
bincet oftbbte detrmainced to establishe a Ca
and contemplitcand other naturahleuriosities,
other objects of intenxdineg itic opertionlw tn
and the improvement orm'ttd utility to science
To aid our operations in edape~rs.
of hiinerain. and other niatural emA Cabinet
was rerolved at our fast mteeting, to reliCtF- it
friends of science (therouaghi your pa per) to a
donations of Mineral- anid other naiturat curio.
ities toethe Greenwood h.yeeum. ne! ther m.a
be assured that such donations would be theank.
At a meeting of the citizens of Greenwoo
and its vicinity, held inc the Cha pel on the even.
ing of the 25th March. for the piurpose of or.
ganzn a Literary Sqociety. Tme Rev Wit.
hiam P. Hill was caltedt to the Chair, and Gen
WV Corteca. appoincted -Receaery. At the aug
gestion of the Rev. WV. P. liitl. Mfr. .lame,
Leslie presented the following p'reambte and
Concstitution, to wit:
We the underwcirnaed feeling it to 1, nr di
as well as our interest, to promote ite advance,
meat of flesence sand Literature. andI belie'vin1
that mnehu may be effected towards time accom
phishment of this object, by the delivery of Lee.
onScientifte and I.iterary subjects. etn
inoa Rneiety. principatly for
uringcthe aervices of able
ter rovernment, dc
'of the So
the duty of the Treasu
take charge of the funds o
keep an account ofall money.
d expended, ad to " a repot
saie at each aniaj meeting. He shal
pay out noney for any purpose, until at
appropriation salt have been made for tha
pat pose 1_1 the Society, and he shall have beci
directed-i'do so by the Board of Managers.
Art. 8W. It shall be the duty or the Board o
Managers. to select Lecturers, to suggest sub
jects far Lecturers, to make all necemsary o
rangements required by the Lecturers, and t
appoint at their pleasure the time for each meet
iug of the Society. except that of the annual
which they must appoint during the vacation o
the Greenwood Schools.
Art. 9th. Any person may become an liono
rary member of this Society, if elected by th
unanimous vote of the members present.
Art. 10th. An honorary member shall posse
all the privileges ofregular iembers.except tua
Art. 11th. A majority of the whole numbei
shall forn a quorun to do busines". but an'
tnember ma organize to preserve order durin;
the livery of a Lecture.
Art. 12M. Any anmendncntorateration mi
be made to this Countitutio, if approved hj
two.thisthl or the niemibers present.
AWhieh Constitution. ott motion or Tho. L
Whiftick. Esqr was tn-ininunsly adopted.
On motion or Lewis Potter. Etul.. the Soci-i
proceeded to the elertion oftilicers, % bich re
suited as follows:
Rev. W illiam P. 11i01. Piesslet.
Albert Wallr. E.qt.. Vire Presadent,
George W. Curtiss, . ecrctary.
Dr. John Bvrd, Treasurer.
Thomas L Whitlock. Esqr.. Manager.
On maotion. Resled. That the proceedingi
of the formation of th. Greenwood Lyceu m
be pulisised in lie Edgeti..ld Advertiser, an
that the exchnn;e papers of the Advertiser. rs
vorable tothe pananotton o-f ci-ne'e and L.iter
atie, be req.'sted to give them on., insrtion
GiEO. W. CURTI... -Ser'ry
Greenwood. Abbeville Dist., April 23. 1412.
4A rumorfrom M aingt.-We hay
arumtior frnim Washiin:tun that Lord Ash
hnrion in instr'acted to lrotest in the unml
of his Government. against tihe noveintt
in this ctonusri calculated to assis: by io
ney and ither direct agencies. 'he re'peal o
the Union lie'inen huimgland and Ireland
Doubtfil. n. it is not probable that any o
the propositions of Lorl Aslhburtou hav.
been made publie.-Ihil. Enq.
The legislature of New York has ad
journed. Previous t) the adjotirnment re
solutons were adopted by both hranches
condeemning the course of Gov. Sen ard is
relstion to the contrtversy between New
York and Virginia. and requeting the
Governor to transnit the resolutions to til.t
Governor of Virginia. Thi- the Governor
refused to do in a sperinl niesage senlt ic
the' Senate and Assembly n herein he sta
ted his reasons. Tiis anettber strikini;
evidence of the good feeling-.e e'ntertaned
hy the dleunoeracy of the nirth towards the
outhernt ectie~n of the staion. WVhen thet
wthigs haud tie legi'siative ponwer of thte state
of Newi York, they peased a lant atllowita:
runaway tilaves to have trials by jury. and
ereanug imrpedlrimets to she ieovery of
slave proiperty by their oawters. This l:t:w
n~ as pasted e'viently againt the cotnstitu
tions oh the United Stattes, and dre'idecd by~
the Supret e Cot:rt of the U. States. As
soon as the dleocratic party hdl tite pow
er in the legislature. the mtajority have eit
de avored to undo what the. n~ htis had dlote
asain-.,t the constitution of the U. States.
Bust Gaverntor Sewatrd. trite io thte wthi;;
panty, htas refused toa assist iti what~t was
but an act of duty to the constieet inen
to the southerns states.-.l~guista Constitu.
From the Hlambuig .ournalI.
At a mneetttng of the cit izents ot I lzam'org
desirous of lon mting a Total A bstitnence 80
eiety, held ini t he llaptist church. nt Sat
urday evenitng the 9th intst., a Conestit in jot
and Ritles ol order a cre aidopted and 0ol1
,'ers elected, viz:
raident.-). L. Adas,
'do.-J. J hloajt~rd.
C errespIondIn.dt.-.l. Uirquhtart,
.Tremuurrr.--W. WV Sale,
, ,tMuding Com.-w Ldnoy, W. T[
~1'iumermuae,, n . ill.
P'ASsiisO Ev.Ts-hu 35 name:
have been added to shc lhI'turt To'ata
Atisitaence Society, Sice its comeiuince
mtetnt. Upon a very low average, faft
etollars per anesum toeach: individual tmemt
ber will be sas ed for drinks alone, (lenv
in uo side the lehystcians' bill, ipoeheca
lies' aiceounit, arid the fnerous debti
n hiebh are' ineurred by those who drmti
< xces,) mtaking 4i *umi of $1750 for ott
yeair, and mt teo'yeaera $ 17,500). Tlhi
..um is sufficient to educate the children
all these thsertyfive pecrsoss and give thet
somiething vio start on itn the world.
A change has, come over us ! The mn
rality of Hlamtbirg has iruproved ver
much withini the last few daa .. Instead r
midnight carousals and disturbance, qluiet
ness in a great measure. has taken ptlace
atnd ordier ottcc m~re restoired. Go on
You "who have signed thbe Pledge !! Le
era deride and scoff as much as the
you have set a uoble examuple, ani
cnduct wonders have alread.
ed. Go on ! one by one th<
less vvil join your ranjo
none ienl to say "I di
There are a few wht
(de or 6ood rea
i an eitract of a letiet
yesterday: from a Rentleman
state,-tow inTexasdated inde
eiee, Wa--hingtoU county, March 17,
41 arrived here last December. I was
about a month on the way. I find Texas
to be a fine country for farmers. I have
- seen the richest soil here that ever I saw
in my lire, and the best cotton growing up
on it. The country is, no the southern
f side, mostly level, but as we leave the
gulf it becomes broken; water is very
scare in the level country. but in the bro
ken country the water is copious, and very
good. The most of this country is an
open prairie., a'>ounding with many wild
t animals, such as butltoes. ticars. wild
i horses, and a great quantitfor fine cattle.
The prairies, at this time. are the most
f beautiful scenery that I ever beheld, they
are green as a Georgia wheat patch; the
swamps are infested with tigers, wild cais,
panthers and wolses. A few days ag"
there s as much rumor in the country con
ceriting the Mexicans invading this conu
try ; volunteers hasened fron all parts of
r the Republic to meet them; hut they soon
found it wits only a stealing party who had
come this side of the Rio Grande, for the
sole purpose of plundering; they all fled to
their own land when they found that the
Texians were flocking by scorcs to meet
them. The Texians do not apprehend
much danger front the 'lexicans, they
have found that i.e 5lexicans are a timid
and eflfeiniate race or people, from the se
veral batt!es which have been fought in
Texas. I think this country will, in fu
titre, be one of the most desirable places in
I lie world. for the soil is very fertile, till
over the Itepublic. and it is generally to
level. and the soil so deep, that it will ever
hardly weartit ly being cultivated. Some
land have beein colubivated here for forty
venrA. and it produces exceedingly well at
presentt. There isa great quantity of lime
in all the Trxianit "iiI. The streais ablounl
with tih of varietis kinds, and they tay b
canght at any little of the year. Wst of
the rivers are said to be iavigated ; I
have not seen aiy but the lirazis, which
is about 75 or IM) yards wide where I
crossed it, but it is deep enough for small
steninhoats. at all seasoni. All the hest
land in Texas is %aid to lie on this river."
Ror:v CALcu-.-lowington, alias
- lloward. w ho %as sadvertised in this paper
a frw weeks since. for stealini2 a couple o
of mules from Mir. Arek. between this
place and Cohiibia. has been arrested,
anid is now conlitied in the jail ofCahnr
rus cityiiV. N. C. The day afier lie stole
them, he traied one of the mules to Mr.
John Mickle. and on the next lay the
oilier to Mr. Lewis o Fairfield. lie then
made his way to Noth Carolina, and
was arrested and carried to Cabarrus jail
r (from %which lie had escaped,) to serve out
a termn of imprisntment to which lie had
previously bein seinteuced. for some act
olf rascality committed in that county. We
have seen letter, from several gentlemen
of Ctoncord. all of % ,hom represent him as
a tmos consummate scoundrel, and ex
press the hope that lie will lie demanded
by the Executive of this State, and pun
i-shed to the extent of the law.-Camnden
Winter in the North.-While in most
liar: of the United States. the present
string, season is a.nonth or six weeks ear
lier tha;n usual, in Cainnda, otn the other
hamli winter is feht ini its full rigor. At
Qtueb~e, ott the first diay or tihe present
tmontth. "the thermometer wa~s dlownt to
uro, iihe St. Lawrentce covered a with field
ol ico lormied oan the preceding night; four
feet ofrsnow Ott the ground ott a level; and
not half the tops of the fences visible."
Irom~ t)se Iinapuh Obserrer. .Apri1 1 6'.
Our Cun trt of Commotn Pleas commaett
ced on 3.uaoday la-,t antd adj.u rned yester
dayt . his lb itnr Judiege lbutler presiditg.
Mloat of the case5 Ott the doucket were dis
The Court settled an itmportat case ini
relaitiotn to the extent to ni hich plante~rs catn
carry out t~heir pilattioni regulatiotis. It
hais been te piractice. as it apreared in evi
dence, to have at all seasons of thec year,
watchmetn tnegroes, whose dutty it was to
ke p oil tall dlepredators-ai in the case
tried the order was, "to hail, antd take the
diepredlator, atnd if ntecessary shoot.'' Utn
der this order a tnegro of Messrs. James
an1 Wim. $p~itkmtan. their wattchman,. de
tectedl ai n'ero of Col. P'. W. Fraser in in.
king greent Curtn from the planitat iont tf the
* formetr, att mtidc night-andI discharged a
-o 'tu at him. anid lodged a loadl of shot int
the breast ofC the aggressor, etf which lie in.
statitly diedl. TIhie Coutrt properly etuled
,tat the iakinig the life tof the negro was
tunjtusiifiable, antd the jury reiturned pro
perly, we tik. a verdict of $3001 for the
egcro killed. utnd costs of thle Coturt. Thtc
nt'A ment eot hbis triatl, toget her ns it h the
. earge 'ohe Judge. will we htope settl
what k. the la s.;n suich cases. WVe unider
stantd Ceol. Fraza will tnot receive the
s compenctsaitionu awarded "'-' bv the jurv
I lIe wi..hed the law bet ter uino *stou, amg
-the cotatmo license to s arhmtten bet.er de
-We had supp)osed that ilhe case of tI
-State es. htales. hadl seitlledl the law anid thi
-hiumantity whIichi it enijoinis 'n the part ci
A platnters anti overseers. This was an at
troutn brotnght, toa recover the value of a nie
e ro dletected in -realitng from the field o
aMr. Mhoulirie. 'iTe watchman took tht
f ntegro in thme act. ctirried himt to the Over
iseer~ Mr. Ilaie. whoe was in bed. Mr
Ilakes ordered this watchmani to switc|
-the thie-f and let thim go. The watchmari
tuook the thief to) a corner of the yard ane
f wipp)1ed him so severely that he died in at
-hour or two.
.The Court awarded, after an appeal tI
-its highest source, dattmages to twice thi
Svalue of the negro, and the costs of thu
Court. Col. John A. A Iston, the owner o
Ithe slave declined receiving a dollar, of thu
Iverdict, ile wished the humanity of th<
country and the law understood. We hopt
this second verdict of the court will tend I<
make it piain. it each of the cases nam.
ed, death followed the order of the masti
or overseer. In these case,,, if Col. Alustor
and Col. Fraser, had insisted in trying thu
of'etnding negroes before a court of M agis
trates and freeholders, the aggressing no
f W iStCAiiIACES Of MOOMAMtA.
The Rev teeon Brown died with the
conviction lit his rational soul was anni
hilated by special fiat of the divine will.
A patient thb --Retreat," at York.
thought ho6 id sno 5ous, heart, or lungs.
A soldier wtojmded on the field of Auster
liae, was stnu* with a delirous conviction
that he wasid ill-made model of his for
mer self. Itou ask how Pere Lambert
is," he woiuiay," he is dead-killed by
Austerlits;."'whibich yon now see is a
mere machide ad. in his own likeness.
Mr. Neal teltfi us of an Oxford s9udent,
who order.the-passing hell to be rung
for him, ant&*eut himself to the helfrey it,
instruct thedttger. le returned to his
bed only to de" A Hourbone prince thought
himself dead and refused to eat untill his
friends invited him io dine with Turrene
and other French leroen long since h.p-r.
ted. There was atradesian who thought
himself a SeMen hilling piece. and adver
uised hiniseir.hus: -if my wife pre-nts
me for paysent don't chatge me." Hish.
op Warhnrbon tells ofa ian w ho thought
himself a goose pie; and Dr. Fa:-riday, of
Manchester had a patient who 11h1,ugh he
had swnllowed the devil. itn Pnris there
lived a man who thought he had with oth
ers been guilloined. anid when Napoleon
evas emperortheir heads were all restored
but in the scramble he got the wrong #ne.
A newspaper editor fancied he was a par
agraph-and he lay in bed debating w heth
er he should rise altogether or sentence by
XZW UIAUN MItLL.
We copy the rllowing description ef a
new grain mill fromn the Meebile- Ledger:
Hv invitation %esdrday. we w.-at to see
the Inewly invented piatetit Veiticul Grain
Mill of Almessrs. Miller and Twogone. It
is impossiblo to concei a nos.e sitmple
cnntrivance, or one het ter calculated to se.
cure the two principal purposes of such
inventions, namely, economy and dura
bility. As its name imports, its notiln is
vertical, and its paris are so tmade that in
a moment it way be adjusted to grind the
fitest or coarsest kind of meal. While we
were present. %wo hushels of corn were put
into the hopper. and in eight ninties it
came out excellent meal. The mnchines
are of all sizes, frot those %% hich grind
twenty. to those which grind fifty buhehs
For a plantation, or one who wishes to
take in the toll by grinding hi- neighbors*
corn, we could hardly recommend a more
profintable purz-hnie. It may he seen any
any day in op-ration at the mill, near the
PAT TtE MEcHANIC.
The rich man who employs a mechanic,
does not always know how much incot
venience, loss of tine and expense he ex
poses him to, by nelccting to pay an un
disputed.bill, on presentation. Without
going too deep) into the subject, lot its pro
pose a vety simple example, nf constant
occurrence. A mechanic undertakes a
job, fur which his honest charge is firty dOl
lars. It is done to the sati-faction of his
employer.. lie expoets his pay on the
presentation of a bill. Why should he not
receive,.it? ;Ie has no bank credit: he
ays cash li' stock, and be a s cash for
luier.. H 1i ed-rmipTo e o week
on that job, with two or three journeymen,
besides furnishing the raw material, pay.
ing shop rent and other expensive coniin
gencies. Why should lie he asked to wrait
six months or a year for las money ? lie
emust pay his hsands on Satunlay, provide
for hsis t'amihy during the weck, pay for his
stock, and lay up something against rent
dsav. Is it rcason::b!e-is it just, that his
readly employer should ask him to wsail fur
bis pay utntil his conavenient timte, whetn
cashis naotscarce-whlen 3 per centumn a
monsthais not t o lbe lad otn the floan ofmonecy
that bielonag to others, or whbich ought to he
appropiriated to the palyment of the honest
dlebtes, ititendh of sleeping and fattening sat
interest on po nuoces-sr contribeutinag to
the artificial wns of hsis family-or grasti
fyineg a reckles spirit afspcculationa iaa visionia
ary stocka? Is it righteons, is it ju.,r, that
a mnatn of suppossedl wealth should do. this.
and leave the honest nad hard-woarking
nmechanic to the tmercies ol' small creditor',
thec itnporttunities ohjourneymnen, atnd thet
rapacity of usuriouts extortioners? Cer
taitnly nt.u-American Mechanic.
Dlied. at the iesidensce of Dr. Epharisim Atr
drews, in this hiuteact. n Saturdlay thte:2d tilt.,
U asss F-'s~vJ Hvcanros, in thie utiith year at
Thc best evidenc~e of the many virunes ofilhe
deceased. is thc haigha esteemas in whichh he wsit
hedl by all whuera acquainitedl wish him. As
a compae~ain hs was sucis and agserable; as a
fri--nd, faithfidh and ,incere; as a mans of busi
necws, trankuessanad candosar chajracterized all
hi., dlealines~. Withs tirmnstess. decisiona, anad en
ergv. he cosaiiied a dispoasitiont to be gamverneds
by 'the tanim'-live ad let live.'' L-arly in
Jiar'nt last, le was married to a yonng lady
fully capable el appreciatiag Isis wvorthuad re~
Iciparocatin5g hisaiic lion., and entnesntly gn ab
tied to renderh hilife pleassat and hapapy. A bout
t irste oh Masirh lao iwent to Charleson. to re
ersnig his stockof goosds, with prosectsa or lte
as fair and as fright (to ath humsan apptarncu)
us a clondless sasaaser moroning;. A few slys
after hie ressturhe was aittacked by a dsease,
wvhsch in despie oif the atlasoat skill, as well as
die closest anad lindest attention of his pehysicias
-continuaed to reageyu Isi constitution, and in twa
short w eeks teurmated his earnthly career. Casi
fdown ina rthe pr'ne and vigor of life. he has taell
ano alreetionate vife and numnerous friends to de.
plore their irreparablue loss.
lint wye monnia n't as those withaothope. It
i a soureea mpekbleonsolation toil:e
table evidenajthat heo was prepaed tea meet li
Goad, and to eates iteto that state of inconsceiva
b Ile felicity. ?iPfpae fir those thaet love God
'- y thear krits ye shall ktnow thetm," is the
lansguage of divine iniapiration. Jusding or do
pa~red Trsend and brother bay dais rule, we hsas'
abunanit rean to believe that 1he was the
happy suabjec~t of tedeetnitng love anad sasving~
grace. Itn October hast. hte attached hislf t
thUe Baptist Church ; after which time, by I
well ordered life, he continued to giv6etdec<
of thus gentuitaess of his piety. [his spirit ha.' re
urnied to God who gave it. but he will live lonj
in-the msemory ofall whioknew haim.
9'lhe Rev. Mr. Bat~tmy, of Angusta, wvil
preach ins thae Baptist Meeting Hionse of thi
place. by Divine' perstbimion, ott next Lord'
nay, he first dus of Ma.
Revolution, is alive,
Office. at Edgefield C. -
such informaior., as will e
tiate hi6 caim for services rende
or the Revolution.
Editois with whom we exchange will p
copy. april 27 IT 13
RO31 the subscriber, at Boiling Springs,
'arnw-l district, on the 14th ult.,
DA RK BA Y MfA RE. 3 year% old this spig
with a %tar ins her fremehead and one white hind
foot; her foretop ias been euat off and partly
grrowvnout; sihe carre" heer head rather low and
thursts out her noe when travelling. She was
in very go--A order n 4hen otae.! left. amd had on at
the timea halter made ofcotton cord. Who
ever will retuns oaid mare. if rronl. to the .ub
ocriber. or will srnd any itforation relative to
her. either to ItichardGmnit. i-qr.. ofitrnwell
C. If.. or to , ol. flay ut tie Springs. shall be
amply rewarded fir his trouble.
JOHN W. )OUGLASS.
Boiling Springs. April -2. 1$42.
april'27 c' 13
ePRING TERM. 1842.
IT i6 Ordered that a Court of Common Plean
and General Se--ions, for the Trial of the
Cases not disposed of dn this Term, be held at
Elg.-fietd Court floume on the tirst alonday ite
J. S. RICHARDSON,
GFEoRr.E Porr. c. c. c. & r. !.<
April20 lit 12
1 As N ttccimn n itl h.- I.e-Id ina th
I eli,-'l Deial C menpnv. ent Edge-I
t tl ('. It . mn mtartJsay the l4th of
.May nexi. fi.r theree Lme;meet., to
f ill tIh.- Wavaica i.-s oceaiond by tilwt
res.ignt:llt-i -f):tvme-!g .Morrell, mi,,n
Co.er. a :t A. Deloir,-a. II
* U. 4). Ilyam. C. A. .Mi.i, ntml
F11em1ne1n1 1men. n ill act a!. :1amec.
11 v aeier or *oi I.. -t. wt-eth.
J. -11. cou its . Cpan
April 13 d It
,in$:RaT Hatt., 5th April, 84U2.
FlIE Edgerield SqIUadron of Cavalry.
lie hereby ordered to parale at Edgefield
C 11.. on Saturday the 7th day of May next.
it hnlf pasteen o'clock in the l'orenoon. armed
and egme pied for review and drill. The res
pective 'aptains of Companuie are charged
with the extension of this order to their com
mand. The commiaioneed and non-comin-.
aioned oficers will meet the day previous fur
L. h. 31 UN DY. t. Col. Comd'g.
E. S. Carari.
April13 d il
State of' South, Carolina.
Burdett Eehridge. 1 or~ouo
James Wheeler. ( Mortgage.
B Y an orer fromc iee Court of' Com-'
monc Pleas. ine the above statced ruse,
wilt be sald at Egdlfeld Court hlouese, one
the lirst Motnday in Mlay neext, 75 acres of
lend motre or less, adjociin Thrortone
Colemance andi othters. Toe bec sold ore a cred-l
it of six nneths, except so) much aes wilt
pay entN. wchicle muset be Caesh.
Ti'tles' tohle "itgned hul tnt delivered etn
ct thLe tertms met sale he compljiedt n ith. ande
if the~ amreountt cf peerchase tuconey bee not
paid~ n hcen dttrt, the proert~y wcilIlbe resoled
eou that dlay l'or Cash.
A pril Il, 184-' c I
State or Soth (Carolina.
EDGtFI ELD D)ISTRICT1.
Th'lomcas lerarsone, )
liry Shtelz, t
V'carious thetcr plain
till's a;;ainset thte|
'IgT iL, he soeld at Edgefreh'll ('ottrt
4 v. cone licte first Moucmbaey ine May
INext, Sceverael Factsicn the tenn c at'~ m-e
burg, known in rthe pelan of( saeid Towncr ats
Lots Nec 163, 170. 172; the above Locet
will be seeldi omI eccounet, and at lthe risk of
Oliver Sim pson, foereuer purchaser, whto
faile~d to compelly wviith thec terms of sale.
*eti C . CiIRISTIE, s. r. n.
A pril11 . 1142 c 1I,
State of' South Carolina.
Dr. Jeohn E. Bubo
vs. Fi. Fa.
IITIL L llE 50OL Dee licte 19th inscttant
Y V ait th cclate re~sidece of Jtohne Tay
lor dteceasedi, the l'olowing property, vitz:
one oeld ncegroc womiatn Sariate.one w agon nd
appanratus, three head of htorse's, eleven
head oetactcle twenty threc heaod of hcegc,
one clock. cene piano fcorte. onle gun. pltan
tationt loots, botnschohml anid kitcent l'urni
tore, corn, lbacon, and marny othecrareicles.
S. CHRISTIE, s. i:. D.
A peril6 1812 ($1 50) 2t 10
71lE Suebscribers leave jtust openecd, and
nre still receiving. as (cme a
STOCK 01F GOODE,
- as ever were brought to this maeket, most of
whcich were boughct for cash. whiche enables
them to maell on very reasonable terms; they
woueld therefore invite their friends and the pub
tic generally (the non-paying excepted,) t
I and6 examine them, and we will stg
that Goode. can he bought ea cha'
vilinge. as tHamburg or At
Wright, Bull &
negro man Dick.
W. T. Alinfer v9, ia
Strome. Adm'rs. 200 acres
less where defendan William Sir
adjoining Win. T. Bird and1 others.
The President & Directors of the B
af the State of south, Carolina. vs. jrbn
Evans, seventy acres of land. lying on the
North side of the 31artintown Road ad
joining lands ofCloud. Meigs ani others.
Jesse Kent adminisitratnr, vs. Andrew
Butler. two horses.
Commissioner in Equity v-. i.Lewism Fit
rey one thousand acres of lanwl more or
less adjoining Thomas Morris, Elizabetit
Carier, and others.
Commissioner in Equity, vs. Abrnm
Poud, three hundred acres of land, more or
less adjoining Thomas Nlorris John Day,
Goodwin, larrington & Co. vs. Dow
son Atkinauu, 60 acres of land,- mor or
less. where defendant lives, adjoini- Al
uer Whallev and otheri.
Allen Amnerison. vs. Randal Delanliter.
rIbar negroes. Sindy and three clildrc,
L'h:arles Winney and Mnrry.
C. M. Furman. v%. If. W. Sullivan fror
rnrgroes Ienrv. M3arv and her two Chil.
liren. one Lot anl W'are louse oi C(ook
Stree, Lnow n n- lot No. 131. frinting 50
Iet. :3)0 fteet dcep, Luown as Sullivans
Thonas 0. murnett vs. Talbert Chea
haum; B. ). Chentham vs. the -ame, thrrc
Ne;rorm, Sari. Nil-on, and Itichnond.
J:ines I. Spillman. lor Geor:e Pwarott,
L'S, John Pierce Wm. Weir and Janes J.
Kenrdyl, sixtv neremf laud more or les,
ijoljosin A. J. RZambo, P. If. Warillaw
1md others the properly of Win. Weir.
S. CLRISTIE, S. F. D.
April If. 1612 e 11l
State (it' Solth Carolina.
enrce W. Thurmond.
B Y an order from Court in the aboro
case, will he sold at Edgelield Court
louse, on the first Monday in May next,
me negro girl Betty. Terms Cash.
S. CHIRISTIE,s. . o.
April 1!, 1842 C 11
State of South 4arolinn,
Benjamin J. Ryan, Appplicant,
Sianmore B. Ryaa, & otherm Ders.
B Y an order from the Ordinary in the
above stated case. I shall lrOrecel to,
sell at Ed:etirll Court Hfoiree,on the first
Mondl.a in May next, land-s ofthe estate of
Capt. John Ryan dec., -ituate in sai: Dis.
irict, on the waters of florn- Creek. ad
joini:ig land's oft Mose~s Swearingast and
others, containing s wa hundlred neres more
or less, on a credit until the secndm day of
.!.nuasry ihtreen hundred and forty three.
Purchaser tu give 'bond and personal se
eurity amid a Moricage oif the premises to
the Oirdi nary if requireml.
Costs to be paid in Cash.
A pril ri, 1642 e I I
State of' Southa 'arolinia.
NOilN lFOY. living in the Fork of Widann',r
*J(reek aindm Shi:da river. smitls tbenere mem.
rme brImi:ht bay 1HOR S E. uen y eia n:t. rom,
a hate in hi, tace'. onei wchite po mum eachi gidt
nfis hl.ciek amnd li,- wmthers, mnin bangs oni mlhe
h-fit... rmomrieeuni a half hamnds hi;:h. A p
raise.d lby iid hiarden. Wilbhati tjuckhalter.
.mid Oliver IIledeni. amt twenmtv.tive l..n .,a.
TilUS. NICIl'OL~L., Ma.r'Iarr.
April 20 iii-itt 1'
T lIE Subsacribecrs has bmid in a tine sup
C L O IIS, C A Sl M E R i-, lsR. AiDlE
and oither Suimmecr I ,0T H e. nad1m haive em
plye .\ r. Juirs (irc !r. ii, tor,ameirend thme
anid wedaimd ivite their friens to 'aII :mind ',e. if*
they cannot be smnied.. bothi in. pmrie andi mjahty
FRA'4IER & AD)IISI)N.'
march 23 if H
State of' South Carolina.
A nna Maria Terry, ? BIllfor sprie
Daniel Brunson. and othierm, & ac
IT appearing to mnysaisfaciomn itham Stephen
ITerry and Jane hime wif- mthe ehmdrenm of
John Pamrkmman by him late wife Elizabethl. for
mierly Elizabeth Buckhmalter. Fugim: andi
l'olly his wife. me of ithe Demfe.ndantsm mn this
rac are without then himitsi of mliis S'aie. (On
imitism by F. HI Wardhlaw Compajlaiantr Sn.
liemtmmr. Order'ed that said aba-'mt defemndanmtA do,
appe~ar in dais Hnoramble Cmomrt aind plheam, aim.
.wer and demur to thmeromplumnants itill wvithinm
three monthe from the puhhea::thmtm of this order,
oar the said Bill will be talisenprocunj'esso against
J- TE RRY. c. :. r:..v.
Commisioners Oft~ie, Mardm 5, 184
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