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so with me.
And plainly you'll perceive it;
When I auare you that I an,
Unwilling oer to leave it.
I love my draw both nihttad morn,
No will I seek to hide lti
I eaou not live without my born,
. Thoughl have often tried it.
Them say u4 ab-tence conquers love,
For drams and ho, n and liquor;
The further I from julips rove
The more I drink the quicker.
I love the monied root osevit,
That gold and silvei coin
So hard to get-.and which the devil,
Oft tempts me to purloin.
And when 'tis absent from my pocket.
God knows I loe it then;
I'd have it too-or by old Crocket.
I'd cheat my fellow men.
Then say not absence conquers love,
Yo host of bards and scholars;
My heart from absent friends may rove,
But not from ibint dollars
One absent girl-God bless her soul.
I love and she loves me;
And though she's fair-has wit and gold
She has sincerity.
Then say not absence eer has given
A death-blow to the flame;
No, no: true love is born in Heaven,
And ever is the samine.
For the Adecrtiser.
For a Yensg Saut in GewSgay.
I ain composed of 25 LeUes.
MJy 24, . 14. 16.23, 19,11.18,2, is a part of
the U niStates.
19. 7. 21, is a River in the U. States.
11, 18, 14,23.17, 3, isa Leke in N. Amrrica.
- 6, 25, 10. 18. 2. is an Islnd,on the coast of
the United States.
7. 16, 14, is a Cape on the coast of North
8. 25,.G, 16. 19. is a Gulf. South of Europe,
10.7. 16. 17. 3, is an Island. South or Amia.
9' 8, 22, 9, 10,6. 16.b the name of a City in
2, 19. 16, 23. is a small town in Africa,
-10. 8, 3, 16. 17, 20. is a Cape on the coast
of South America.
'20. 10. 13, is a River in the noath part or
-10, 15, II1, 19. is a Strait south of New Ilol
" 4, 9,8 20.16, 2,25, is a Missionary station
in the Unite~d State.,
"12. 18. 4. 2a1, 16, 19. as an Indian village in
the Un,:ed States.
Sly wbole is the niame of a great Society
Lost of Steamer Florid.-T he ste-amer
Florida. Lubboek. left this port on Tues
day Ins:, for Savannah. As 10 o'clock
same morning she spr..ng aleak, when
about six miles fronm land. She was inm
mnediately beaded for the shore. hut iled
so fast as to put out the fires. when she be
camo unmanaazenble. She wans. at this
time, on North Edlisto bar. A t 12 o'clock
sbe sank-the officers and crew took to
their boats and reaiched this city yesterday
rnring. (inland) with nuthing but what
they stood in. We learn she was partial
ly insured.-Charlegena Courier.
8.SAVA~Au. May 19.
Deatk by Lightning.-There were three
persons. two young men and a young wo
man, camping out under a tree, six miles
from town,, on the Augusta road. They
were named H~utchinsion, and were from
Emanuel county. One of theen, a lad,
who was lying with his hand to~ucheing the
tree, was killed instantaneously the fluid
entering on the hack of the head. singing
the hair and making a furrow across. T'he
female was in the cart; site is very much
scorched, and yesterday raorning was in
sensible, and in a very danigerrus situation.
The other young man, whit was also lying,
on the ground, was struck on the point of
the shoulder, the fluid running all oyer the
left side andl completely excoriating him,
and then passinag to the right thigh and
down the right leg. H~e is not in so dan
gerous a situamtinn as the womanm. The
tree was a hoilow ne. Their dog hand
crept into the hollow to sleep. He was
killed as he lay. lIe evidently had not
moved a limb. The fluid must have do
scended on the inside of the tree, as there
were no marks externally. There were
no marks ora the geonml. Tlhe accident
.4brred between 10 andI 1! o'clock on
a t rday night.-Georgian.
It haes been sug
ly retrm the
dels b;hy any pe
sif which a political
.~de. Indeed the grog
'eadV (eeling their induence in
ttinihed receipts. The business
Inly le*. proficuble, but less respecta
e now, than it was. The axe is laid at
the rout of the tree, and by continual hew
ing it imust fall. We are. therefore. of th
opinion that we -hould ,LT W : LL ALO E.
I rom the Charleston Courier.
'Inposirion.-We have been requested to
publi.h tie subjoined Ieter. received by is
gentleman in this city, in order to expose
and przvent the further success or an iti
position. which, we unider-and has sue
ceede- with several of our citizen- .I'he
writer of the letter. prncitre. it is believed, a
leerlipeien ofa runaway slave. freaom ndver
isements in the new-icspapers, and tit'--i
soureen. and forthwiih " rites tee the ov ner
5ttuing liat he- has die r-red the rtnw ay,
aed proposes to apprehend and re-t ore litn.
nn receiving an aivaince fee of $20. and
the further .uim of $100 i cosnspletioin of
the business. The $20 heing forw arded.
the cheated owner. ofcourse. henr- nothin Ag
more of Mr. Pettis or the rutnawaty. Ti
gentlemian who received the siijoin.e lei
ter hnspectedl the same, nnd wn pruilene
enough to keep his money. ltheseont: it:-.
runa aty was most necorately veeerled-:
and he wits justii-id h)v lse resul:. ie rnna
way Iaving never left the citv. itid h-iv
ins h--en recovered wii-out ste aid oil
NKw Yoas, April ed. S-142
Dear Sir-In great haste I take leave
to write you hy way of inqtiry, wlether
or not you have recenttly lo-t a l-ck t
low I My moet confidetisal spy hnt- thi,
moment informed ne that a fellow Ia,
ust arrived her' hv water. a he hesa%,is. he
has what pturpoerts to be *frr papers. tnadie
and signet: by you. lie is a full black.
rather gny in hik nppe-air-cner. -ont 54 i*e-et
bigh neal ape.rs to be betws'.een :W 0 tl a 10
Should this be of ,ufficent intcrest to
you or any of % our neighbor,4 (for he iN evi
flently a runaway anl heloe- in (lar.
leston) tic require my service.i in proenrimg
his arrest, I will willingly aid anti pre
mote ii. Lest you may not kon my terms-i
for such service. I will add them. Before
I have any authority tee act in any case. I
must be furnished with a formal vower or
attorney minutely de-cripitive Of the shave
and the same nteontll ied with an ad
vance fee ors2o to defray contingent ex
peness. When he shall be secur-d and
hiandedl over to his master. the further sum
of $100 will be charged. which will cover
all expene-I cn ship to any southern
By a svste m which is pecuianr to tmsvelf.
I ansi never required to prove proierty. I
am :e Virginian. resident here for a nuttlcr
ofyearc. and have devoted nuch of my
profesional attentsion to cau-iing fugit ive
,aves to be securedtohtirnasters. This
fellon is in company with several who are
evietntly from the same philce--sutne, in
eed. ;re- kntown tie be- so-I will cnn-c
bhn so be clue-e-ly icedi foer a rcnseonble
time. ini ireer to itear frotm you. Shiculdl
a: ttppeasr to ibe youer intleresit, I wotuld ad
vise younr promtpt andel cieetive asction its
Slese- premisese-. as it isi a pasrt of the abmoli
tin puhety tU keep nesw -comets otn the
smove. Its gre-at haste.
Yuour eediient ser' o~il.
T. 11 PICTrTIS.
sCouncsellor at U.n , *4 16. B3rood w ay.
P S -So .simerous nre my corresenn
dentis on this ubject. that I havse bceen c- ~
iled, ins ,etlf d-eee, to refuse all lesttet
icot post paid. P E l'T IS
Retuirn of H~o.eu J. Lreri.-Fer -tome
days pau-: is ha,- been-t r'tmoer-ed that an alli
dawit fromti thitti ienlii a . -its ti, ci v.
in w' hich it i,. said he imteplicaetes thi- offic-eri
of the Schuylkill llank ins the ntefarieen,
ntnd frauttle-nt trantaactions ccc she Brink ofl
Kenucky-act least, that he chartes it,emt
with a full knowesled:teef hi-i fotrgeries, nncd
at they kncew ste psroceed-, of the frantelu -
lent certifieotes wtere approcpriate-d to the
Schuylkill lintuk. Thetse rucsmrs w.- di-I
arded. ht~~eue wye conl see neo ehctie for
steels actntafldcvit here. The felleowmtg
paagraiph Irem the lEveninig Jouirnat. if
re, loe-s -chowi seme cause leer the verifiI
cation uf socme such accusaetiona na heave
been rucnorcd. Without sati..fving~t te
bovernor cite the Attorntey Genetrr di thast
ie roul give others. gihy as hicmself, tip
o justice, lie coculd nut ohsiin a pronmse ocf
protection for his own pserson,. andc withs
nur sucht protection feer isne t person. he
ould hcardly be likelv tee v-etcre w.ithIinl
the grasp of tihe law. If thene, Levi-i is in
own. it is probabctle he ha5iso made ani a li
elavit. and if at aflords himcc piretection,. s
:oubtless contains aill te seriot:s accena
tions thai rumor has attached to it. TIhi
is the Jounia's paragraph: :
"Wle understacnd. freem an iungntestionns
ble soinree, thsat Mr. Levis. Icate Cit-bier of
the Schuylkill Batnk, is ntow ini the city,
under te pienoary protcection ef the- Gove~r
or andi Aitorcney Gesneral. I tm port ant edi
-losures may be looked for, in relntion to
he dispn-.ition of the fund.ls proccuredl by
h sputrius issue :f the stock oef t he link
f Kentucky. as well a. the pa~rties who
ere prcvy to that forgery. ansd itho hauve
eretofre sinodI miaske:l before the wcrbci
s picus, meoral,nsd e-smplary cisizes
We houpe tto conicealmient w ill now ihe
ade oif the real actorse int t his disastrnis
rud;t antd shat if Mr. Levis has bieen
emsedc iroma the path of htonor andi rec-ti
tde by evil counellokrs, who have theta
elves excluisivelys preefitted iby te franed.
katihe will vitediente the canse uf pubelic
qind pure- moral s, by a feull revela-.
rem the Pough' Boy.
haippy toi 5:: t you.
iS peleas-cre. ill wet
~&4 niny members have turei
t~adetionto soc a ai-.;:; the rov now.
[ -am porrd ahe shored Durhatus,
Be-rkishre. Wohiters. and G razire, of the pur
opt blAod. It wa. quthte ames-itg to lear them
rag on their finet Poga.anmd 1ime calves; friend
U. says he iiim lhinent Pig., lin the district;
rrieid G. the tinest it he State. nad friend W.
the linesi Call n the'e diggings. and so on. but
I am sorry tip sa, f'or til! wait of prettiiUmni,
or sonellhing ot' thme to rt lot .titumlate them, they
were niot estibited tie it! occa.-ion, its nothiig
would have ntfor.led tmel more gratification thans
to hsative witneptssedl the sihois ; upon the whole,
hiowever, tie Society is in a very flourishing
condition. Smime tittei or twemy gentlemeu
were poropo-ed aid elected metmbers of the So
ciety; among thm nu.imber. we recognized sev
eral gentluremi ol talsient.and itimutc experienc
in Agriculture. t'rom Coke.,bury. Greenwood.
sd time neiglhorhioo %% Imeball; the Socie
ty unmiiaers'. we are intsrmned, abonit seventy or
se-veity-five immwteim; nt* trust it as yet its its
infiancy. and will ere tlng grow to the full sta
tre aell a muanm in ditiusitg kuo ledge on Agri
Dr. S. V. Cam. the Anuiversary Orator, de
livered a impet able, aid ilmteretiiing addittm;
Lu that mild iatve don! credit, in our humble
opmionm. ti tie head -f ie chamtpiioi on Agri
citure. ( Me. .\cloulipe) ii:m.eit ; time Society
certaiinly limIt-I ee mider great obligations to
the Domctor. for the vilinable mmintruction met furth
nim tiat esay ii there waso a committee raised
t0r time irptnal of reqtitising a copjy for publi
ratilon. ta It:: bear ena mig more. a present. with
: Nlip that It wll be: pubil-hed. A counmiitttee
na,- al- raied 1or te ptirpo?.e of makiig ar
ramnge eintdu for thile exhmimontim of stock, at time
mIleetimg ofmthe Society im Novenber next, to re
port at tie next r.zulir ineting; they contetu
pol.e on tiwardimg teniliatu at that time; to
imhit tie imeitomg will lie net interesttig sntie.
Time delegaite to& the State Agricultural SOcie
ty wer.- talled Oln too nake their report. when
( m. lirikN1 roit.aild gave n luciditatemetit o
im. ciomnhon of the Socm,-tv. and im the course
mW ina remarks said lie leer mie wna. sorry to
- a m% i tie ha mira.tera, who were members or
tie mutur". reinmmed ni appropriaiion to
tit .Stwte Azri.-iiturai Soc--ty; 'er the purpose
of paniclhu..inig premmitim.'- anid conclueled with
-olme gener:a r.i-m:ark a- to the condition of the
So-ciety. Dr. a. C. Gr llin was called ('nr; be
ing si- oftihe dele.aus. said, nt a delegate fromi
tlmmm Society. lie lhad nothing hurtier it retnaik.
bitt flt t liesdmuty, am-orepymoig the 'mtation he did.
to -ay one word m reply ; he aaid, if it was ne
rrssary tiat tioney hitumlm be raised for th.tt
ptirpwaw-eI. hIi lr one na.4 wdaliing. aut am itidive
dual. lio cuntritetr' his,, mitie. tut .I, a inetber of
hee ieg. latire. and as he to itia nnt honest aid
atimu 111 representative. lie felt it his duty to vote
agalist ally approprintionm of thiat mort, and fur
ther cmitenido, that the Legi.-ature lax no more
riht to make'an appropri:ustimi to time State
A rr'ieltural Society tha aniotier ocmiety; and
we ttIIk ithe Dr. ish:df ri; lit. miad perliapi tie
mter hal' tot$. I aml told their imeeting are
generally very iterasting; tiey criticise upon
tie resor tA. m'nd in their remarkpi. rnt each oth
er to tie rind Al the tilme'. all dime bowever. in a
pieret goomd hmiiiour; aftier gmoi through with
tie reports. tihie So-ciety went into anm ecclitin
ir ollicerp for tie eisum;: year. which resulted
in the re elecioi of Gti. Gmdium, as i'resident;
Col. Brotka. Vice l'resident; Dr. Cam, Car
rsponmding Secretary; Capt. Child. Ilec. Se
crellta Y, ami Dr. taritisi. Trenmirer. Mr. Pres
toin S. Brookg w4as elected Antiiversary Orator;
ro-.. tie character of the voting gentleman. I
have no doubmt the Society will be presented
with a most beautiful and % ell writtn it speech.
A ner ditnpoiing ofsome busines miofinor im
pottiance. tIe' Society adjeourned to meet, I be
lieveoin the first Friday met Amigusit nex.
The cititin. I unmderstaud, have in contem
plation. the forimation of a Farmnet's Club. to
mmeet every two weeks in the old Fort near
Cambridge; ab-.r organising he Club, they
propoee dividing it imtom osqnads. each squad to
gi% e a dininer; by this at rungement. they will
have tie plea-ure ofet-ting down to a gooddin
mmcm at evecry nmeminrmg of thme Cimib; ga ito it
mmy f'rimemims. iotmii::a nomidm e mim mre' pialatable
ialre youi. 'lT'y propoiniSe further. tam raiso
a ,nheerclptionl for them purpoimse of pinnkmig in
the Fmit, cle'atii;: it imy naicely, anid decorating
it wli t lwe't,-rmae bhealm', verbinma. and dab
ama, l'lm i-tanlcl'. .mtinmig in t!ime style ofl
v flo-hn-~ r gairiden; andm let mme smnggesit theo
'rpirIiety' at biutidit:: a summtmer houlse. ini thn
centrem~ 'thme lFort. 'lien thei arranlgemmeni would
le' cinpmlemte; ble"s smy ht'e. warit mm picture'squme
oking place it woa'unld lie ime lery spot for time
vuag folks :o tal!; sce'?cts to c.:cm othert; why,
tme taict is. tom tink min the" gaod eatinmg. besides
thin calmting thmt at woni~ hem donte, mi -tuch a par.
adi.e as this. is etnon;: itto makm a rma~n strike
mtm dhady. I itill 'eay g~ oni lsly younimg f'rienids,
mlmm ladme- t niil lenid youii a i~m'lpa ihamid, 'and
wtendi ini imn'y flomwe. andmm pretty timi;;g. amid nom
mlna asei-t you m lainig ati your gardien ;go
itmio thei arral g'n.mmnt wevibi youlr whole somil andm
bod~y. an im tae'ntmea in say. 1mm a year ori two,1
wel will her atfIots uf wtaeding in time taei;:hhior
Fromi the Alug.ustlm I onsitutionalist.
TI'hh. UIlII.ATi 3tAT'l'.I
TIhe' grmeat mamtchm race. bent'entime North :mnmd
them Sonth. nt hichi hasi~ createid so umtimh m'tee.t.
c*mme mmio he 10Ith insutatlm min.'r thme hmU~nn
I 'omse5 -We'n ire inmdehttedl to i'th lint' the,
Sirit aof the Ti1mm..-. tar ai fmil re'pmet ofn this~ tace'.
blt a.. it In rathme't ilen::thl foar ouri e..lmm, muir
reaaite nmll IN' ..atisted'm waitha bamrely thec parti
mlar<. .illnehl titime wa4 l..st ini brmin mg thie
hormt-eC to thn <utandl time contcoumrse ofrspeuctator
be'in:: am zrm'at, that mi waaas imipouible' to keep
mill traick ei. ar-it i'u etmim'mte thamt there wiere
somte sixty. ora -i'venty limson1t amd per+.n palre.
ent, andim it i" de''et itsed a., mlne of' thei imost im-.
poina'ug scenme' m'e n~ " tn"e'ed inm ii. coiuntry.
thn -tandl. ma andhthma tppe redi Ina time conidilin
rut the, woerd themv -tartedi. at :m rnaling pae, Bos
ton takinc thme ttenud ihr it tirat thiree imie's, but
n~ hmen n lime' ftouirthi lFehioni imi:ili a push abiouit
time gumarte'r port. asnd. t) umae thn hen~guage' ofthme
SpirI'it' m',t he r e l anud pase huini ina hm'i a
Itmzen strid., uu a th::hut .ni apee'd that haem11esnial
Itcript~mtin. !Iansnundst chee't that couald hmavem
seenm he:rdl fmr tunm-e'' .-coanum m intit wimmner by
otht hm..--emicoled'i mi' well, amad aflmr the nianal
ie. w'rm' a--amm bureluo~ n:: tite stand. F~ainain
nok thel leadu wichet shes kept dutrim:: time first
wo uuml..-ho-ne i ,uakiing ,mleeral ,,hrortu to
als her. but coni onluy ,Iucceed.m ina lockinig,
ash,-n tIe mar. ng.o it nhmead. (Oni the third
'und. i-I mm time del.cenm ot' time hill. Boston
mgaint r,'mmwead lai .-tfrs. and' this time lie wvas
nor! sicces..6dm. for' he suucseee in passing
11d1taking thte truck. Tim' <cene thmat eimsued
in wrdsa canm describem-such'l cheaering, tsuchm
eting. iand 'auehl long faces ware never seenmor
mmermd of' ltmre. hoatonmi m amam st a cleamr henmgtih
mimead.l on them third tmile,. bumt on the fGrst murni.
me'r paesinmg thme stand. Fa-lhiouu imade et dashi at
uif aain. and son trenme'ndomns wvas heCr siride
hunt bef'ore ra'nchmg the quarter postt she cult
mut down, and the timing ares out. fomr she began
o lrp him withoumt ant eff'ort on his' pmmrt, asid
-amei lome a gnulhbtnt winner. biy exncutly sixty
cadsu.i avinz rmnhsa m e'mcomnh hcat ini 7 m. 45,.
The' f'ollowinig is the timie of etach mile:
usdy. '.Iay Iln i"42.-.ttnch. Tme North .
Tie South. *20.000 aside, $50010 f'ofeit,
Foim nrmile liens.
Ituiry K. 'Tler's (William Gibbon's)
ch. sm. Fashion, by itip. Treistem'. out
of B'-nneta em' Bhine (.Mariner's datm) by
Sir Charles. 5 yeara il ilb.h. Joseph
Laird.. : i
Win R.Johnson & James Lang's
- , by Timoleon, out of
Robin Brown's dam by Dal's Flori
Zl, 9 yeaMS, 1261bs. til Patrick. 2 2
ItR" NEAT- SECOND UKAT.
Timent Isttile >3 TimTen ofst onio i.7
-3d,7. ,3 " *. Z.
- -4t " .5 ----4t-;-.74
Time of 14i beat 7.32 Time ofed heat 7,45
- FPARtSOX or sPEED.
A Frenci scientific jourial states that the or
dinar r r second
O a mua arlking. 4 feet.
Oragoodhominharness. 12 "
Of a teindeer in a sledge, on ice, 26 "
Of an English race horse, 43
Of a harm, 168"
Of a good sailing ship, 14
Of the wind 81
Ofa 4S gidaeannonbal1, 1300
In thsis "stnemit a wonai's tongne and a
streak of Oebise; appear ti be ctirely over
IDTThe Members of the EDGEFIELD
HAPT181, BIBLE socirY, nre request
ed to meetIithe Baptist htectiig House on
Saturday the 4th June, at 8 o'clock, A. M.
may 2t 17
t7The Edgefield Baptist lisiterial Con
fereice wIliaassemble at Providence Meeting
Housei ihAbbeville District, at 10 o'clock, oi
Friday tie 2yth of this month, being the Friday
before the atih Lord's Day.
W. B. JOHNSON, Chairman.
may18 2t 16
Dr. J61EV G. WILLIAMS,
OFFERS his prolcos>:onal ervice to the
citizens of Edefield village anold adjacent
- may25 if 17
T IIE MANSIUN HOUSE BAT!I, is
prepared for lathiniig.
nny2 , tf 17
THE u.S. DIsTRICT COURT.
DsT,.icTr 7 oVTU CAROLINA.
IN BA N KRUPT Y.
W HEREAS Samn-tel *rowbridge. late a
Merchat of Slontgnmery. Albi.un,
now a temcherat Greenwood. in AhWeville Dis
trict. in the State of Smith Carolina, hath filed
a petition priying that he n..y be declaird a
Baikrupt, persuant to the Act of Comnress of
the Unite States. made, and now in force.
concerning Bankrupts. and that lie may have
the beneftofthe said act, this is to give notice
of the said Petition. and that a hearing theremf
will b'e had before the lonorable Robert B.
Gilchrift, J- . of the aid Court, at a Court to
be holden at Federal Court House, in Char
leston. on ;Nonday the thirteenth day of Juie
next, at eleven o'clock. A. 31., at whlich place
and time ai persons interesited may appear and
shew causm, if any they have, why the prayer
of the saidptitioner should not be granted.
Charleston-19th day of Miy, 1842.
II. Y. GRAY. Clerk.
May 25 3t 17
THE U. SS. DISTRIECTCOU/R-T.
DISTRICT OF.60IUTH CARoLt'A.
IN BANK R I'PTCY.
W HEREA$'Wiliain Cuisphell. Planter.
of Abseville District. and State of
South Carolia, 'bath filed a petition praying
that he may he declared a Bankrupt, punant
to the Act of Conress of the United States,
made, and noin force. concern-ig Bak..ts.
anl that h~e may Ihuvo the bensefit of the said
act: this is to sve notice o~f the said Petition,
andI that a hecariug thereof will he had befosre the
linorasble Robert 11. Gilchirist. Judge of the
said Conrt, at a Cotnrt to be hsolden at the Fed
eral Cousrt House. in Chsarlestun. ssn 3londay
theo thirteenth dlay of June ineat. sat 1 i o'clock.
A. M., at which place andl tinme asl persons in
terested may appear .and sehow cause, if aisy
thsey have.. why the prayer iof the said petition-.
er should not be grant i.
Charleson. Est day of Arpril. 1&t2.
11. Y. t1RA'a. Clerk.
3Mav 5 3t 17
TIl E U. S. l)IlST RICT COLR'T.
UtSTRICT oF NouTsu Ct't,t.NA.
W IIER EAS I ingh II. Cn~inplwill, Plante'r.
ofAbbeville Ilasirict nnsd 4tate ofI Mon'.th
Carosna, lint? (dled a 1..t .son prayig ,,sat lie
.snav be declared a llankrupjt. psarsnaint to the
act cit Consgreas of the Uniste.d $t~stes, naadel.
ansd nsow. is furce ,'onerini:: lt.s nkriapts. and
that Ihe ennay have then twnsetit 'i the s.aid act:
the sa to givei notice .t the sad pettu-n. and
s ?5t t,rnng tshora wA he I,.m:a, ImI..r,, the'
llsse'rable Robert hi t~icrtt Junige of the'
ernl Court Iliouse, in Ihles 'toni on 31lond.dv.
the thirtee'nih day ofJun essss,'t. at II as h~k
A. 31 . at which l-lce .,ssl ine 'il pe'rsons in
terested may appenar and. ae.w c-aese it' ansy
thecy have., why the prasyer of tshe sead petition
r shlo~uld nest be granted?.
C'harlestou, 21st dlny of A pril. IMate.
H1. Y. GI As'. lrk.
ayv 25 3tt 17
NTOLEN OR RIUNA WAY3,fronmtmy
iY Planstation on 3Mine Creek, cs ais
evensing. FosurFegres, ts wii: a mans by ilhe
name.. of George ashout forty sevent ye.ars
old, of dark comp)lexiot hss wife by the
niatme osf Silvey abouti thirty eighst years
.ld. si very dark comaple'xion,. tall us stat
ture., and shows her teeth very much whens
talking: their child by the name of Art'y,
absout sevens years old of dark conisplexiosn
with, large white eyes; the other a girl
hout fifiieen years old by the nsame esf Gil
Iy, of dark complexion: ansy prsn takinsg
nis said isegroes, and lodlginsg thsem in any~
Jail wnere I can get them. aaill be thansk
fully rewared by the .undersigne.d.
Edlgefield Digtriet, May 23, 1842.
may 2.5, 4t 17
FRUst the plantation oss dunday iiht the'
F8th of May. one chasnnt sorrel llI0RSE,
aott 14 Isands figh. works well in all ksisd, of
hrsess and rides well, no flesh marks recollect.
d, suipptoed to be 6 or 7 years of age. Also,
onec bay FILLY. near 3 years old, aboust I I or
12 hansds high. Also one mouse colored 31 UL E
colt. absons 9 monthss old. Any insformnations
resectintg said estrays will be thanskfulhy re
reived by the subseriher. livinsg between 2 and
3 miles from Edgefild Court House, or by di
retng to him at the Court House, and all rea
sonabla exponess paid.
may25 3t 17
A FRESHI supply of various descriptions
.L.and pries, just receivedt and for sale hy
BCRLANTON & MIEIGS.
STR. YED from the subscriber
lst inst. a dark brown or brindled no
ed COW. larte size, and ;er calf Also a sm
"ized spotied COW, has been missing for about
17 meoiths 1I they are marked, it in a cross
and under bit in the right ear. and swallow fork
in the left. Any information respeciung d..:m,
will be thankfully received by the seb--criber.
Mamburg, 1Gth Mlay, 1842.
may 25 3t 17
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fu
cias, I shall proceed tip sell at Edge
field Court liouse, on the first aonday and
Tuesday of June next, the followiug pro
Teaner Hueit vs. Jesce B. Christian.
ex'tr. of Jesse Christian. dec'd., one hun
dred and eighiy acres of land, more or less,
adjoining Spencer liouiware and others.
le% ied on as the property of Jesse Chri-stian,
Wim. Buckhalter vs. Jamnes Morris. Jr..
and James Morris. Senr.. the tract of land
where defendant lives.
Isaac A. Iliiler vs. 31. L. Mloseley, Jas.
Moseley. and W. W. Wilhi:11aams, oml' !lian.,
sand acres of land, nmre or l'-aS, lying on
Bridge Creek, adjoining Je iB rus"ett
Edmund Kcennedy. andi ether,, .evied oni
as the property of W. # illiains.
C. B. Elam vs. Wm. S. lloe ard. -t .-.
five thousand acres of land. more or less,
udjoining John Curry, It. Carter. anal oth
Ceorge Bussey vs. Emberson Biussey,
the tract of land where .. Bussey now
Conmissioncr in Equity vs. Lewis Elil.
zey, one thousatnd neres of lanI, nore or
le-s. aljoiniug Thomas Maorris, nd others
The same -s. Abrarn Pond. 130 acres
of land. adjoining Thomas Morris and
John S. Jeter vs. R. W. ntlahis anl N.
Ramey, the interest of It. W. Mlathi, in
hile Phau:ix Stone Factory. whiclh intere-st
is one-half from the first of January 1842.
till ]-it January M845. an uniexpirel lease.
J. If. Wells vs. IRichard Key. Brvan &
3inor vs. the saine, one negro tily Wvnt.
G. L. & E. Penan & Co. vs. SIatoante
B. Ityan. two negroes Louisat andul Jinncy.
Daniel Boone vs. John lcCrary anl
others. one negro womaan Ruth, the pro
perty of John McCrary.
A Donald, vs. V. 1. Tinsley, one sor
Perry & Dozier vs. William Christian.
two uegrues Shade and Allen.
S. CHRISTIE. s. r. a.
May If. 1842. d 15
State of' south Carolina.
A MOS BANKS, livini nas# Capt. Jacob
Longe. in the lower part of this district
tolls befole amte unie yellow sorrel MAKE. with
a b4azed tace. both hind feet white, about 14
hands high. and upposed to be about ten years
oid. Apprused at $5.
It. B. BOLKNIGH'r*tragistrate.
may 19 4m1 16
illE msubscribers leave received from New
I York and New Orlesim. a fresh supply of
Potto Rico atnd New Orleans SIG.\RS,
Sienele aned datable refined do
Cnf6a. Rtio ad Jasva COFFEE.
Ilyion andl Black TEAS Craeclers,
3lau-s.t'e. ~amtp (Oil.
ptermacerntt andec .Mdeae (Candies,
Chamepagnae ainel .\ae Wmte. Paarter, &c.
iL.\ZI~Lt &~ ADDI80N.
may 11 c 15j
rgsli f, subscribIer...,-'- er r ale a vruinable
I traet of( L \.\I), aainl. the eighblaerhaood of
C:ambetih. .an N aneat) Sex Creek. coantainintg
tiara eu h-eeredl a ted nun-ty -five (39&5) ar re.-; one
hieundred :tad twaenaty-Iise c-le-aeed. anda ma a ba~Ii
stae -of cctlivitiotn. Feor j-u taiaular-.::lpply toe l)r.
It. C. Gtraha. our aeniharryed a::eat.
JIJIN It. .lh.\VkS(J.,
ROBT. C. .li.YoN.
met-' Il 4t 13
Tou PlayMicilnma, .Wercliasas,
rgi l lF.- eera e~r lhain;:i n lie vi l!n..t of
I thanaie. W.a.ek.-, conoaty~. i eora. efpae
de-t.:t ir emc Pl t-r.burz. tied W~tai:.i.:t . mi
il el: to mo-.' weV't th,- "at-i - ''. -r. of.
b-r-e iii pon-e--,aeia tier rde ca:,-i'tmue. a :
eapeap twec a tory l'W I .1,1 I.\ . e e.i.
comiiiinrtable rfl--..a t:, fth6- --'..1..va :.
b.-low. n a ooed lI.-be 0:1--.el i :t. .:;.: e
r% senet bt iahei;:. evetin tiIly .ocr. , oar I. i .\ ii a:
tur baed tea at.
Atlsoii .rane vallap . a lar-e s-rt siR -: lit UlSI:
and anoiethaa eracomuatt~ei abl 1 :1.t.I.(G. &ce.
I have oecaipiedl this sltan, vexte-en yeare :au a
reiat inh sicanat.and~ althaen::2h the village ias
kiealthy. (bleing~ nttat'l one a di'.iding nadge le.
tween creae.) may para-tce- leas leen worth to
ine. fromt two to) three theoeandie dolla-c paer year.
I have al-so been ,aelling eodel six youras--antd
may atinual satte- have- biaen froma twel.-- or
ifteeni ihaneinda dalFara.
.lye brothaer-ien-la-v L. P. Taste. has an eee
Iaeit airnm withiti ea mile of the vilege, acont .
tang cighit huntedreda -wrr'. int a high state of
ncitiv~eaon. wsith thr-ee ie:ured acre~s cleareJ.
aeed till niecessary biuiheing-.. whaichi lhe w.ilh sel,
it desired byi the puarchaaer ear putrchasers.
Thle te rmti on :alt the iaove property will be
lilwaral. ay. onae third cacti. wsheni paosee,ioni
ite g ivecn. andl then balance ini tweo anneal istal
ments. -r if lireferede. loingera pr.yment- can be
given. in the prnetiee eaf .tieicne ibheie is nio
comipeatition anad ini .lecandelze, the fild will
be etetrely open to the phiaiseru, beitig n
store nearer than ten mites. To any P'hysi.
clani and Merchiant.(.ay t wo b~rotihers or friends)
esirous of seekinig their foritunes ina Georgia, I
kneow eafno location more deseirabke; and if they
should wish to edrry on a F-arm. the one nillud
ed to i" as good as any. in Wilkes, Letters of
mieiiry on the suibjeuct, adldresred to me~ at Dan
burg. Wilkes couinty. Gee., shall meet with
promtpt attention. I would not obtject to taking
a Physician, who may become die purchaser.
as a partner fear the balance of the year. or will
gave posesion at any time.
A. D. STATHAM
Danbnrg, Wilkes co. Geo.. May 4. 1842.
may 11 21 15
SP RING TEFR M, 1842.
fT is Ordered that a Court of Common Pleas
Kanid General Sessions, for the Trial of thei
Cities niot disposed of at this Terreu, be held ail
Ealgefleld Court House on the first Monday*
J. 8. RICHA RDSO
Gronr. Pora, c. c, c. & a. s.
T HIS 11
Court Hln i
mer for the receptiono
sire the benefits of the
deem it unnecessary to say an
mendation of these waters. I
ed friom a premature gratve, by theirF
ficncy, canl hear ample te.iti-nony of their 1ir
tues. The Proprietosn. have engaged the er
rices of Mr. and Mrs. Murray, in the Hotel,
wil) with one of the Proprietors. . ill always
be preaent to contribute to the comrforts of those
wlho may visit the Springs.
We will sell LoLs to persons who may wish
to summer it, or live there perianetntly.
ID'There is a S:nge Coach leavia. Coi"n
lia every Tuesday and Friday moiiaa.. I.
ning direct to Glenn Spri
JOHN BGL .'
W M C'. CAi P.
JOHN C. ZI.i.1ER MAN
may I1 t. l5
Abbeville iineral Spring .
SIilS establishment is now pea :J.- the,
reception of visitors. under the sup'riar
and popular munnngement of Sir and .11rs
lUwatox. Ha% io, umle arranyements to keea
a constant su-py of fresh Butter .and fresta
.ilents and Pouhrv. equal to any to be hal in
Englnad. with first rate Cooks. the Directors
cani ronsfidently lromiae as comfortable .arcorn
modl0atioana as any to be obtained at the most cel
ebrated watering places in the United States.
When to this they odd the almost specific effi
eacy of tie waters in Dyspepsia. and in all.
c:ases of disease in the Liver end Kidneys. they
4I.ier thema.-lves, that no higher attractins can
be presented. except. perha ps. in these times of
preeaure. that their charges are believed to be
linwer than those of any aitilar institution in the
North or South.
The Sprinags are situated near the Andetson
line. in .& hilly. romantic country, entirely ex
etult from our summer andl autumnal fevers.
april 30, 184a2. 3t 14
IaY The Editors of the Augusta Constitut-n
ali.t and 'reetiville .iogntaneer. will invrt
this weeklv. for six times. amd forward ther L. -
coummnts to a V. Lawlon.
SECRETA RV'S OFFICE.
CLI .illA. 29tl April. i842.
o all % han it mgy concer: fie it known,
edthat HENRY D. (RUGER. of the City
of New York. lately appointed and commission.
Pd by his Excellency the Governor of this State.
Comnnmissioner -To take the acknowledge.
lnients oar proofor ansly deed, mortgage. or other
conveyrnee of any land, or tenements, lying in
or lbeing in tis State, or efany contact. letter
of attorney, or any other writing under seal, to
be used and recorded imn the State," did, on the
22d Alaril. 1842, take and subscribe, on oath, be.
fore Wml. ti Maiwell. Commissianeaf Deed.,
&c.. that he will well and faithfully perform all
the duties of Commissioner. according to an Act
of the Setate and llne of Representatives of
the State of South Carolina. efftitled - An Act
tanthitorize the appaiintment oifa Commissioner
air Comatmissioners to take the acknowledge.
mIti<t maf deeds and other inistrumients of writ
inag unader senl. amma for other putrposes." pas
al oan the 1ith Decemnber, l834, to the best
ofthieii sktill and ability.
Sectrary of State.
marv 18 it Id
CA RR IAG E MIAIING.
.hsrinds and the pbi eealta
hamving~ receivted a age salp ply of superior mna
termtils. hte is now pareparmed to repair or build tn
order any descritionaof CA RRI AGES, whmicha
an hmennity of modelal anad perametncy of woatk.
tnanwthip), shmall noat he surpassed lay anty itt the
S4outhern miarket II.' a- likewise prepared to
manaufwmiare llA R NES~S. anid to lavce done at
hios ssialhl-lament nll Linadsof Ii IACKSMiITII
ING : anal hopers by promnptnes-s and strict at
teaatiean to busine~is, to mernt a imhare of putblie
mav -1 t f 1.1
J mallN -' lY. ba mth.- F'*n of V
(& t'reek .i'd S.ioan, as nr ne t-.~.
onea bari.ht hasII )iRa I. t.:; e--rs
witea in li-- I'ncc, rai l t. - t -;mt cn ,
aafhais back and bia wethere. tnnina b:mpy -
left sade, faanrmeen atnd a hialf handls haiin. A;.
paraise'd by lDavid liardenm. Waliam hinekhalter.
anid Olivcr lede'n. at twent y-live da.llara.
THUOS. NICIl'Li, Magistrate.
April0 ma4tt 12
ALL. persons indebted to the late Ransome
.~Iaamiltan. dec'd. are reqgnestedl to make'
paymet and all tho-se having demtandsiagaiaast
thec catate are requested to render them ina prac
perly attested to thec subscribers, withain ther
time prescribed by ln-v.
i, Ii. HiAMILTON,
J. GOSNAIIA N, j Adm rs.
yan. 19.1842. 51 t
State of South Carolina.
IN TIHE COMM-ON PL.EAS.
Stewart & Coat, elrto
Cal. o- 4for et
~s. on Alttarchment,
John Seurry. Debt.
T 11 E plaintitla ha' ing this dayw filed their de
clarations it my office, anal tho defendanit
having no wife or attoirney known to be within
the State, on whzom a copy of the same, t
rule to plend,. roul be served. It i'
that time defendant plead to thme 'ai
within a year and a day, or
judgment will be given*
Edgelid C. II.
30th Miar -: