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i all of which
ready answers ofthe young
?Mises, hapily jilusrated by
sasseriments upon the handsome
neeellent1Philosophical apparatus he
loagi. -to. the As'ociat ion, entirely satis
the Board of their prficiency. and 'he
attainment-and ability of their Instructress
'ilss Brown. The Aioard are anxious to
avoid invidious disinctions, and yet while
awarding that distinguished praise to the
store advanced 3oung Ladies, due their
shbolarship and polished deportment, they
cannot pass without a special notice the re
markable progress of several very youthful
,classes in the first elements of Geography
and Parley's History. In Frenchhe pro
nunciation was good and the translations
In the intervals or the classes, tite exer
tises were pleasantly varied by MusicI
performances oc the Piano, accomnpanied
with the cultivated tones of huuangYoice,
iA which all the young Ladie joined, un
der the direction of the tasteful Misstriss of
the department of Music, Mrs. Poter, of
whose success too much cannot bWs-aid.
The entire day was thus passed - to the
evidentsatisfaction and Battering approval
of a numerous, refined, and delighted au
The examination of the English Male
Academy, wbich occupied theisicond day
was also gratifying to tle B4ed and the
patrons of 'he lustitution. The classes
generall? manifested a familie acquain
tance with their studies, whiciea; testi
mony to the ability and industy of their
Teacher. Mr. Potter. The Board were
also much pleased with the eclanmation
of the pupils in this departmoepL
The third and' fourth days *ere Chieny
Spnt in the examination of the Classical
demy, and the Board with pleasure
repeat the high and just encomiums % hich
hate been so often besto*d by preceding
Boards of examinatioutilu this depan
ment of the Greenwo oitutions. Tie
yonug gentlemen sustained their examina
tions upon th~e Sciences and Lauguages in
a-manner highly creditable to themselves,
and thus gave additional testimony to the
eminent qualifications of their Tetehor,
Mr. Leslie, the Principal of the Classical
Academy. At the close of the examination
the audience were favored with a chaste
4 and highly interesting address by Colonel
Trotti. of Barnwell, in accordance with
the invitation of the Board of Trastees.
Signed by request of the Board of Ex
GaEEtwoon, Jane 13,1842.
The Board of Trustees of the Green
public, that they ae been favored dur
ang the past session,- and on Wednesday
and Thursday eveningeof the examintion,
with able interesting and instructive lee
tures, delivered before the Greenwood Ly
eume, on various scientii subjects, anid
would take this opportunity of resspectfully
seoderiog their shanks to those gentlemen
who have thus honored these Iustiuin,
with their service.
We are also requested by the Lyccurm
to sy, on Friday eveniug the 22d of July.
neli, Mr. M. J. Williams, Rector of the
Cokesbo7 Male Academy, will Lecture
"on the Lract Sciences." Saturday even
ing the 231, Mr. F. F. Seig, Rector of Li
berty Academ7 -*Ou the Evils of Popular
Ignorance." lF riday evening August 12th,
Mr. J. Leslie, Principal-of the Greenwood
Classical Academy --On Classical Litera
ture." Rev. Edwin Cater., On the re
turn of the Jews vn the land of Palestine."
time not specified. Alr. L. Porter, Princi
plof the Greenwood English Ac-aderoy,
Lctures " On Natural Philosophy'' dur
ing the session, as his health and conve
nience may permit. nlso other scientific
gentlemen are expected so lecture before
From the facilities aflforded fr instruc
tion in these lustitutious. the Board flatter
themselves they will contioup. so receive
the same liberal patronage hitherto given
them. In conclusion they remark, they
have been highly pleased with the ability.
assiduity. amt success of the Teachers so
all of the departments.
Signed by order of the Board,
T. B. BYRD, Be'ry1.
N. B. The second session of the present
scholasuic year will commenee on Monday
the 18th of July niext. Boarding can be
had at $8 per month.
The Editors of the Charleston Mercery,
Temperance Advocate, and Greenville
Mountaineer, are respectfully requested to
give the foregoing on insertion in their
respective papers. *T. B. B.
Illamisation.-Old Harry, in anticipa
tion of some luck. illumninated te Park on
Tuesday evening lass, and rattled away
with his artillery. Two hands of music
were in attendance, playing many popular
and enlivening airs. 'The sparkling wine
was spread nut in abundance to the uu
nmerous friends who came up and spent a
socail hour together.
If the Founder of Hamburg makes such I
a showiog-at this time, we may look for I
'wbee'he g .sthe Bridge. Guess <
a whole.Park~lit upeand
wilth 1' gsh -i
d.e -We have
to announe that the Ril a
fa'cainpleted4thatde cars go w
'.the Depot at Catumbik. Ol h
inst. there is to b a grand Cj
at Colombia in honor of the t
,which half Charleston, al Co- is
A.hree quarters of the intermedi- d
Asty~are expected to be. at.- c
'Givent deserves to be signa , for it Ii
ainany respects of great consequence.- g
difficulties of :he Company are now v
a'plily surmountid. rTbi Stockholders b
may rest from the dr on their resourees, i
and speedily look even br some return on h
ihe;r investment. j'he stock will soon at
get a fair nmarket eitne, which will render
it transferrable. The community will a
probaej 'm rfieved from the exceptionable 8
paper wtichttbi difficulties of the Compa- I
my have induced them to issue. A certain.
chestp aod ipeedy communication will be d
Dpen io'the heart of the State. which will,
we hope, promote summer travel to our u
awn healthful mountain regions. It will il
rer:aJ'ly iserease the activity nd bring c
muj111e resources of the State. If the sys. a
emolenergetic economy which has been
:omtenced, he well carried out, as we
save reason to believe it will be. the ope
it'ionsof this Company may be equally b
aeneficial to the Stockholders and to the p
State at large.- Charleston Mercury.
More Indian Murders.-The Tallahas
see Star or the 6th inst. furnishes the foi- a
lowing aceu::t of the wassacre of a whole n
"On Wedneslay, 7th inst, about two
'eloek in the afterUon, a party of about it
lorty Indians, came upon the planntaion of C
Captain Robinson. near the Sandy Ford,
an theSuwanneo River. Captain Itubin
son's three sons and a hired man were s
polough!ug in the field. They were all sin N
ultanosusly fired upon by Indians; three of I
the young men were shot dead. the other fc
mortally wounded. Capt. Robinson, % ho c
was at sone distance from the yon.'g nMen.
when he first saw the Indians and heard sie
repcrt of their rifles, fled toward.. his house:
when be approached it, he found another .
party ofIndians already in the yard, ie J1
saw his wife and danzhier break fron the 11I
bouse and endeavor to escape. hirs. It. i
was shot, and fell wounded; the daughter i
was pursued by an Indian who caught her
by her hair as she fled, and cutting her
ibroat with his knife, dragged her back to
the house, and with her wounded mother S
she was thrust within doors ard the house "
ired. The living and the dead were con
Capt. Robinson rallied the neighbors, i
who soon after visited the spot. Ode of c
the young men who was shot in the field.
was found still alive, though he did not long a
Rode Island.-We are given to) un- f
derstand that all the stories of new ut
tempts io raise armies &c. are weak in
vensions of the enemy. There is no up- r
pearance of violence, except on the side of P
the establia-hed Government, which is in a
continual fermentation of terror and fret- c
fulness. A re-ward of 81000 hits been of- ?
fered for the apprehension and delivery of
Thomas W. Darr, which the N. Y. Post
recommends to the attention ofspeculators. a
-t.._ _ _ a
mtkauake.-During the recent Earth
iuutke st Saniago. the inhabitants rushed i
in st- R man Catholic Church to im- i
phore mercy frosm the most hi;th God, nde t'
Elled1 it to overflowing. and when it fell, d
ri'.ers of hlussd were seen to) pour through a
the ruins, proceeding from the hodies of n
the poonr unfurtunatse %ouls crushed within. P~
Speedy Justice.-At about nine o'clock,
on Tusesday evening of last week, David
Hiartly Alexander. 'Ahile in a state of mn- 0
toxication, set tire to the bsarn of .Mr. lIo.
ratio Gates. of W-. ree-ster, (Mass.) whtichn
consumed the barn and a voke of valuahle -
ellen. He was disrovered near tint fire the:
same evening-confessed the crimre-wasn. a
indicted by thne GIrandl Jury the nexet morn- C
ing-tried in the afternoon-found guilty
aend sentenced so three slays solitary coo
Snement, and five years' hatrd labor in she ti
State prison a: Charlstown-all in the ~
space of nineteen hours, a
The Crop.-A ride throughs New Jer- I
sey a day) or two since, affonr.ed ss occular
elemonstration of swme oh the fintest fields
of'wheat and rye that we ever looked unpon.
mnd sheould nest hail or ruts intervene, there 0
will be larger yields than was almost ever ti
before kinown. In addeition to these hnenvy a
winter crop.. there is a prospect of a cor- It
responding increase of fruit and vegetables.
Sa uchn larger quantity than usual oif po- t
astoes, have becen planted, andi shnus far. the
season has beets most propitious for their t~
A Deplorable Case of Poverty -Otn e
iblnday afterno a mean ofl decent a ppear- si
mnce applied fur wtork, but without sue- p
~es, in a shoe-store i Callowhsill si., anid 0
an leaving the store he stole a pail of shees. '.
He was pursuted tend arrested in a cellar in tl
Buttoawooad, abosre Fifth at Somo gen sa
lemen wheo were present took ans interest %t
in his welfare, andl went with to the store
from which he had stolen the shoes, and
became security for him for wrome leather,
&c. to give him employmtent, though the~ tI
gentleman who kept she store had no occa- '.
sion (or more help. It appears that he had 5'
~een a memaber of a church for ten-vyears, si
ad had attended service regularly uritil re- a
:eatly, when he stopped goisng. owinig as '
so stated that he bad no: cloahes decent t5
o appear in, that ha always had borne a s1
;ood character, and bhas a wife and three b
:shdren adepending upon hnim. He has a
sad no employment for months, sand had ri
seen so all she stores and shops te-ying to "
sbtain employment, hut withony success, a
tad did not thnink of stealing wh ln he went h
ato the store, bait in despair, ajd without *
bought as to tboneqence; had com- "
nitted the rash deed.' le ggve the gen- "
lemen references-whes fon pdthe state- 'A
psets to be-correct. and ths t he had at- .
ras been industrious and tpest up to
lbe evil momaen.-PAil. Nor& Amer.
4AFrenchman name Robies, stChallon, t
a invested a self-winding ecock. The e
htb 'is raised whenever he hnour is '4
~sk. That istho oust thin&)to perpetual.
Swearing out of Jail- A aW PaA.-In
village down somaewbere, a "hankrupt"
as, imprisoned because he couldn't pay
l debts. It wascustomary with a certain
ergyman t) visit the prisoners once or
ncO a week and give them advice and
struction. It so happened that on the
ay after the debtor was imprisoned the
ergyman visited the jail, and his attean
on Aas arrested by the vocifernus lan
tange of some pertan in the adjoiniug cell
eating the most horrid imprecations and
lasphemies. The good man iustantl.
urried to the scene of confusion, where
a beheld an individual standing on an old
ool in a corner, ripping anl swearing
bolesale oaths at the walls, grates, floor
rid door of the jail, his fellow prisoners,
Ad every thing around him. The minis
-r approached the debtorand said to him
Friend, it is very wrong to swear as you
u; why will you do itI"
"Because," replied the prisoner. "I've
uderstood that a man may swear out of
il in thirty 'days, and I want to see if I
ma't do it in fifieeu. I'm going to set up
I1 night and do my d-des !!"-Picayne.
The Postmaster at South Durham, near
atskill, N. V., (Benej. Do 3lyer.) has
ea arrested lor robbmtg the mail of a
ackago of money.
FROST tN JUNE.
Several of te panper Iroa the North
ned East speak of ttev frost on Tuesday
iorning. (June 7th.) The Providence
urnal of Wednesday says:
Tere A as a severe Irost', esterday morn
t. ly which, the matrket nen in our vi
nity say, vegeriation w as sensibly affected.
From the Troy Whig.
Yesterday morning there was quite a
vere front is the vicinity of this city.
ear Albia the cuenmber vines atnd tender
hants were much injured. The weather
or the has: two days ha-i been remarkably
u0l. Fires are as nuch needed for cost
>rt as in March or Noevenaaber.
From the Delhi (N. Y. ) Gaulet
Yesterday mursatg this vicsnity wask
isated by a a eavy frost. which severely in
ired the gardens where the precaution
ad not been taken. of covering the night
revious A tub of water in our yard was
enrly covered with ice.
A New hArention.-T his is a new in
rumrnt of most ingenious invention, and
rgreat importance in science. The pur
ase it is intended for is to ascertain, to a
athematical certainty, the acra of any
regular 'iven surface, or the squaro of s
rcle. It is of material use to surveyors,
ho by means of it, can ascertain the ex
:t conte.-'ts of any given plot, no matter
aw irregular. We have all heard of giv
ig te asumher of cubic inches in a hand
it of brush, by placing the same in water
ad measuring the amount displaced. This
istrutmeut acts upon the same principle in
-gard to surfaces. It consists of two
lates of glass. of very even and regular
arfaces, placed together in a frame, so
use together as to admit only a piece of
)anmon drawing paper between them. It
of a retangular form and closed on three
des, the fourth heing open to admit a given
nount of gnicksilver. Thes area in the
ame, occupied by the quicksilvcr is then
The plot correctly cut on the paper, is
en introduced. nad the space between
te glars plates being no greater ttan the
aickntess of the paper. the quicksilver is
isplaced, as water watld be in a vessel itn
haich any solhid is isntroduced. They are
aw occuapied by thec quicksilver, writh thec
los in its mtidlst. is measured and ascer
Lined, atal the diff-rence bet ween this aud
Rat occupied by she quicksilver alone,
ives the exact area of the plot.
It ib thec investsiotn of Dr. Thais Wood,
SSmsithfield. Jeff'erson eo.. Ohio. whto has
reuredi hsis eventiun lay patenat. It has
ecen adapted lay the Legislatture of Ohio,
ur shte Stan- Suarveayrs. Thec Fratnklin
astituteaof Pean.. bave presented a med.
I tat Dr. Woodi for his inaventtion,. after a
irefuil exaimnationa of the instrument to
hiach they give ina a certificate. thae most
Iaal~tiead r'cotmmenadation. It is one of
tune asiample invenatiaons that strilkca von at
nce, nad faoundaed as tall asimhple invenations,
re upon te ptrinciplecs atftruth, p~rodluces
limirattion assad convsiction at first sight.
illsburg Daily A merican.
A Londonus p.apser stales that as a meeting
te L'niteds Service Insstittution, held n
w l(thh \fny..\lr Alfred Jeeffre'yexiiled
comtpsitiaon, invenred isand prepared bay
im., for protecting~ a shtip's bottomn, 'sith
it thte aitd oh' copaper: foar ftiling ry~ scerms
sthe dleck and else where; and iar joining
sisd. Thte adhtesive qutalites were shownt
m tembelars lay experints. It hail beets
untd imnptesible to separate, by a force of
aeotty-one tonts, t wo ieces of limbter join
Sina thai. wasy: rcad thec invenationa was con
dleredl by mnencanttile men as of great imn
arrance in tbuilding ships. Another paper
ent iossa discovery 'ha coaal-tar mixed
itha one-tlhird its weightuof quicklimne, and
ena hailed and uased hot, protects iron in a
rprising mnanner from the effects of sea
Dow, Jr.. says there are some fools in
se world whto, after a long incubation,
ill hatch out from a hsot bard of pride a
ekly broaod of fuzzy ideas, and then go
ruuItag alonag ithe path of pomposity with
I thte self-import antco of a speckled hen
itha a black chickent! I have an antipathy
such people. Tfhey are mere walking
icks for feale flirts-ornamnentedj with
'ass heads dlid I say? No! their caps
-e only half ripe musk melons, with thick
nads, and all hollow inside, cointainang the
ed's of follishnesas, simnming about with
vast quantity of sap. Tinkered up with
roadcloth, finger rings, safety chains, soft
alder, vanity and impudence, they are no
ore men than a plated tea-spoon is solid
lver! I detest a dandly as a cat does a
U2'TiIE EDGEFIELD VILLAGEl FE
A LE ACADECMY.-Thae exercises of thtis
stitutiaon will be diseontinused, from Priday
a 17tha 'mst. to the first Monday in July, when
ey will be resumed.
WV. B. JOUHNSON, Rector.
June 15 2* 20
To Tuz Tu"aa cipanaw DisrmcT.
1 14. 1Z
in the &d , helast week.I have ascer
tained, list. ' nual meeting of the
Board of ofthe Farman Institution,
will take.pJli irfeld. on the day propos
ed bor I tms!4n Convention at this
place, as Ior obligation to attend
the erd I cannot be with
yon on the 0 :before the 3d Lord's Day
in dhis mont,;I I re request the favor of
you to porp ameeting of your Conven
tion to the 4th 'mrday of this mouth at 8
o'clock in theC & House
W. B. JOHNSON.
Edgefield . C.,6th June. 184t.
Mr. PEdtra., - give tie following Bp
pointmetaon QWO insertions in the co
umns Of ir, and oblige
.U. M. M. ABNEY.
J. M. CliIk f. AI. Abney. Missiona
ries br tbe: 13ion of the Edgeflield Ass.
ciation. will their operations on Sa.
turday before Loril's Day in July next.
On'S the 2d Sabbath in July,
at Beulab. $
On Saturday the 3rd Sabbath at Plum
On Sainteuj the 4th Sabbath at An
On Sn the 5th Sabbath at Mt.
On Saturd the 1st Sabbath in Au
gust, at B"
On Satur re 2d Sabbath at Rehoboth.
O, Satu ' ieore the3d SabtathatGiltzal.
on Saturday re the 4th Sabba at Beth
On Sa the Ist Sabbath in Sep.
temher. at N'
Each of(he appoinimanto wi'l be con
tinned one w Wifcirnumstancbs are eucour
The brthr Callihamn's Mill are inform
ed. that we"' churches. and but jat
weeks. co ' e are under the nectesi
ty of leaving .and as it as eonvenienft for
heam to atte u-ibranch and Rehobotlh. we
thought it a wthetn no appointmenctit. If
this stateameft. t satisfactory. we will try to
visit them a ,4e Association.
Mr. Edio 4 cosexion with the above.
you are requlv to itssert in yur p;.per the
fullowing n oth,-r appomtmentb. 'Iz:
The Min'sted'*Brethreu J. Trpp, and W.
S. Loyd, wil'pa ad
At 11 ur the Saturday befure the 2d
At ilardy's 1 House, on the Saturday
before h .Lomd's Day.
At Mount Ann the Saturday before the
4t's Lord y.
At Mt. in the Saturday before the
At RepublicWib the Saturday before the 1st
trd's " y' August.
At Horn's l on the Saturday before the
At Red Hil the Saturday before the 3rd
At Red Oak on the Saturday before the
4th . y.
At Edgefteh ., on the Saturday before the
lst yin September.
Zedekiah atkins, and Joseph Morris, will
At Pine Pbu.*Sgou the Saturday before the
2d Lo ".min July.
At Bethel, aturday before the 3d Lord's
At Cloud's on'the Saturday before the
4th Lord .
At Lexmittonsi- the Saturday before the 5th
At Sardis.on . =I rday beforethe lst Lord's
At y before the2d Lord's
At Red Badk. - the Saturday before the 3d
At Dry Creeken the Saturday before i:he 4th
At Rocky Crek on tihe Saturday before the 1st
Lord's Day-in Siautetuber.
WVilliam P. Hill, an'd WVilliam Watkinis will
At Lalo Stephens' Creek, on the Saturday be
fore tedLord'.' Day in July.
At FellowshiN on'the Saturdr~y before the 3r d
At Sister Spi * on the Saturday before the
4th L .d'
At Providenasi.eath Saturday before the 5th
At Good H ope' n the Saturday before the 1st
At Damna'us, ws the Saturdlay before the 2nd
A t Chesnut H' on the Saturday before the 3d
A t Mlountain Creak, on the Saturday before the
4th Lord's Day:
A t Siloam,. on Saturday before the 1st Lord's
Day in Sepember.
A SUPIIOR ARTICLE, just received
Jnne 2 4t 21
T RAYED feOt the subscriber on thte 22d
A March, a amil liiht bay hO01SE COLT.
two years old, unaltered, wiith white feet, a
bLaze mi his faed with a very hearvy inane and
tail. W~hen'kijt3herd fromi, he was near Cam
rdge, in confpiany with a stray Mule. Any
person seeing sn'ch a Colt will pkae take hinn
up. and drop a line to the subscriber at Sleepy
Creek, Edeie4(District, S. C., and they shall
be well pai for their trouble.
June22 3t* 21
State of. outhi Carolina.
P)ATRICKfUEFFF.RM1AN. living near
.7Capt. Popes' Mils, on Willsoun's creek,
tolls befor me s small roan H ORSE. black
mae, tail, and 1~,thirteen and a half haunds
high.sx yearn .Apraised at 635, June
June22 . 4am 21
State ofxhouth Carolina.
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Thom.ta WVatona,'Guardian, of Elvey'
E. Jay, .
Simeon Jay, Jok a~low, Joseph Jay,
and Jesse Jay. ez'trs. and ean'rs, of
IT appeariurto my satisfaction, that Simeon
fJay. one of tlrderentdats, resides out of
thi' State. itisordred,tbat the said Simeon Jay,
do appear in tayp:See on Monday the 26th
day ofSeptea"beICet, to render an account of
his acts as late gumIidi of themsid Elvey E.
OLIVER TOWLE, o a. a.
Edgefield C. 5 20th June, 1842. 3m 21
A FEI agy f ao eriptionh
r B~CRATON & 3IEIGZ5.
mg4 4t .'1
Dr. JOAN G. WILLIAS,
O FFERS his professMonal service, to the
citizeins of Edaefield village aidadjaccut
count-, and has taken an Odice next door to
GetnI. . L Bonloamn's near the Court House.
where he can be found at all times during the
day, and during the night at 8. F. Goode's
dwelling, except when absent on pIofessional
may25 if 17
THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DiST.ICT OF SOUT CAoLINA.
W HERIEAS Henry I. 3faysn individu
ally, and as a copartner in the firm of
Bacon & .ason, formerly Merchant now Far
mer. residing in Edgefield District, in the
Stte of Sond, Carolina, hadh tiled a petition
praying that be m..y be declared a Bankrupt,
pursuant to lbe Act of Con;rem of the United
Stateat, made, and now in force, concerni
Bankrupts, and that he may have tIhe tenefil
of the said act, this is to give notice of the maid
Petition. awl that a hearing thereof will he had
before the Honorable Robert B. Gilchri-t, Judge
of the mid Court, at a Court to be hluiden at the
Federal Court House, in Charletmon, on Muss
day tIhe eleventh dav of July next. at eleven
o'clo:k. A. M.. at which place and time all
persons interested may appear and shew cause,
if any they have. why the prayer of the said pe
titioner should not be granted.
Charleaton iith day of Jnme. 1842.
'f. Y. GRAY. Clerk.
June22 3t 21
State' of' South Carolina.
B Y OlIVERL TOWLES. Esquire
113 Orlitinry of Elgelield District.
Whereas. James IZ. Fo.hee, hath1 up
plied to ime for Letter% of Administratioin,
de boius non, onl all and singtlar the goods
and chatels. iight, stoud crelits of Jud C.
Mathist, late of the District aforesaid, de
These are. therefore, to cite nod admon
ish all and sinu;nlar. the iniruded und credi.
srirs of the "aite .!re:ed, lo he and appear
before m .-it ov.r rext Ordinarv's Court
for thme suai Di:trict to be holdea t Fdge
field Court House un the 4th day oh' July
1842. to show ( .e if any. wvhy the sai'l
Adiniuistration s...uld not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 20th
'lay of June. nsite ihousand eight hundred
and forty-' wo, and is t e sixty-sixth year
of A merican Independence.
0. TOWLF.S, o. r. D.
June 22. 1812. ( 124] It 21
;tatc o' South Citrolina.
--Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire
_B Ordinary of Edgefield .istrict.
Whereas, Luke Havird, bath appli
ed to mie for Letters of Administration,
de bonus unit, on all and singular the goods
and chattels, rights and credits of John
Havird, late of the District aforsaid, de
These are. therefore, to cite and admon
isb all and singular, the kindred anderedi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
oefare me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District to be hiden at Edge
field Court House on the 4th day of
July 1842. to show cause if atny, why mite
said Administraitio. should not be grantied.
Giver under my hand and seal this20th
day of June one thousand eight bundred
and forty-two, and in the sixty-sixth year
of American Independence.
0. TOW LES, G..D
June 2,l1S42. [$2 124] 2c 21
state of South Carolina.
Y OLIVER TrOWLES, Esquire.
BOrdinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Arthur Webb, hath apipli
ed to mie for Letters of Admtinistrajtion
de bonus non, ont all and sitngular the goods
audchattels, rigts anad credits of Turtner
Webb, late of thc District aforesaid, de
These are, thterefore, to cite andi adimon
ish all and sitngular, the kindred anid credJi
tors of the said deceased, to lbe anl appiear
bcfo~re me. at our ne xt Ordinary's Court for
time said District to be htoldent at EdXgefield
Court liouse on the 4mh day of .July.
1842, to shoiw cause, if any. why thme said
Admimstratiun should not be granted.
Given utnder my hand atnd seal this 4th
day of July, one thou-,aud eight buu
dred atid forty tno, and itt the sixty-sixth
year of Attinrican hindependence. D
June 22 1842. $:3 1:lA b 21
31lhE Stubscriber, residing~ 5 miles fronm
.Chappell'm Bridge. in Edgelield District,
rempectfully infomrm< the citizenms of this antd the
imeighmboring Districts, that he has, anid expects
to keep constatndy on hand, an excellemit as
of cvery description.
AL.No-ri3Rs? tA T E
which are well approved of by all whmo have
seen them; all of which lie otfers for sale at
how prices., viz: Luomber at $8 75 per toussud,
amnd Shingles at $3 50 per thtousatnd."
lie also keeps otn hanad warranited COTTON
MfACIIINE8S, 10 inchm cast steel Saws, at ro.
Letters adidressed to him at Coleman's Cross
Roads P. 0. S. C., will be promtp!'y attended to.
Momnt Enoa Stram Miills.
Edgefedd Dist. Jute It. 5 3: 20
TO BRIDGE BLILDERS.
WIJLL BE. LI-.T to thte l->west hidder, at
W~lgefielId Court lionsobm. ott thme first
aMonday in July next, a Bridge to be built ac
cross Rocky Creek. where the road leading
from Edgefield Court lionse to Cambrid
emosses said creek, and to he warrantted to b
kept in good repair fonr fire years, froni the
tinte it is received, and to be completed by the
first Mfonday in October next.
By order of the Board, thmis thme 13th of June,
1842. LEWIS IhULMES, Clerk.
June 15 :t 20
SPRING TERM, 1842.
I T is Ordered that a Coort of Common Pleas
and General Sessions, for the Trial of the
Cases tnot disposed of at this Term, be held at
Edlgefimeld Court House on the first Monday in
Gioua Porz, c. c. c. dta e .
AnviI2O II. 12
THE U. S.-VITRICT C..
I IIELEAS Albert 30.
ofAbbevdle District, and state
Carolina. hath filed a petition prayntg tho
may be declared a Bunkrupt, puntuaut:to:
act of Cungress of the Unoted -Stuats;1ad,
and nou in force. concerniun Bankirpts, and
that ho uayV have the benefit .f the said act'
this 1s to give nouct of the said potiin, and. '%
that a hearing theicof will be hadi before the
Honorable tobert 15. Gilchrist, Judge of th
aid Court, at a Court to be holdeua at the Fed
oral Court House, in Charlestou, on Tueday
the fifth day of July tiext, at clevcn o'clock,.
A. I1.. at which place and time all persons in-..
teresuted may appear and shoew cause, if any
they have, wh die prayer of the said petition.
er should not be granted.
Charleston, 8th day ofJnne, 1842.
U. Y. GRAY. Clhrk.
June 15 3t 20
TIlE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,t
DISTAICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
W H El: EAS Thomas J. Foster, Teacher.
Lof Abbeville Distnict, and State of
South Carolina, hath fled a petition praying
that he may be declared a Bankrupt, pursuant
to the Act of Congress of the United States,
made, and now in force, concerning Bankrupts.
and that he way have the benefit of the said
act; this is to gave notice of the said Petition,
and that a hearing thereurwill be had before the
lonorable Robert R. Gilclrist, Judge of the
said Court, at a Court to be holden at the Fed
eral Court ilouse. in Charleston, on Tuesday
the fifth dlay of July next, at eleven o'clock.
A. M., at which place and time all persons in
terestted Uay ailpear and sihew cause, if any
tn-y have. why the prayer of the said petitios
er should not be ginted.
Charle-4ton, wth day of J one, 1842.
1I. Y. GRtAY. Clork.
June.15 3t 20
TilE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DISTIcr or SouT CAKOUNA.
IIERtEAS. Thos. S. Wilks, and Thos.
T. Swann Planiers, late Merchants.
under the firm of T. s. Wilks & Co., ofAhbe
ville District and State of South Carolina. hath
filed a 1etition praying that he may be declared
a banskruit, pursuant to the Act of Congress of
tihe United Slates. made, and now in force, con
cerning Bhankrupts. and that he may have the
bentelit aof the said Act: this is to give notice of
the said petition, and that a hearing theseofwill
be had efore the flonorable Rabert 13. Gil
christ. Jndge of the said Court. at a Court to
be lidien at ihe Federal Court House, in
Charlebton. on Monday the twenty-seventh day
of June next.at eleven o'clock, A. M.,at which
place anal time all persons interested way ap
pear and shew cause. if any they have, wisy the
prayer of the said petitioner should not be grant
Chareston, 30th day of 31ar, 1842.
II. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
inne 8 31 19
United States Hotel,
T HIE undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and patrons, that in accotdance
with the pressure of the times, he will, on and
after the tirst d:ay orJunc next, reduce his rates
Transient Boarders, per day, $1 50
Day Boarders, per ounth. NO 00
Othe Boarders in proportion.
Thankful for pant eucouragenent he respet
fully solicits a continuance.
W~Vi. 31. FRlAZER.
Auguast.n. Mfay 31. 1842.
P. 5. The Omnibus and General Stage Of
fice, are kept at this house.
jnne 8 6t 19
Selling ofrat Cost for Cash.
T lIE subscriber offers for sale wholesale
anad retail a large and extensive stock of
Ready usade Clothing and
at Francis if. Cooke's old stand. Those in want
of eithier, will do wellj call and examnine the
stock before purchani ,R as the goods will be
sold lower than they can be bought in the city
oelsewhere. P. WV. AUTEN.
P. 8. Those indebted to F. HI. Cooke by
note or book accosant, will call on the subscriber
at the store and make phaymentt.
Augusta, Ga., A pril 28-31ay 4 ('at 18
State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMtMON PLEAS.
J N. Tuicy, oegAacmu,
William RL. Fowler.As.
71111E~ lainttilfin the above case, having thiu
..day tiled his declaration in my office, and
the defendant having neither wife or attorney,
k nowna to be in this State, on whom a copy can
be s'erved: Oin montion-Ordered, that the de
endaaat do plead, within a yeaar and a day from
his dato, or final anad absolute judgmenat will
be awarded againist hiim,.
ORASM!US D. ALLEN, c. c. p.
Ofi*e of Common Pleas. aq
Barnwell District, Se ptr. 24, IS8. L *
State of' South Carolina.
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
Trammel & Jones.
T H E Plaintiff in tecase, having filed is
declaration in my office, and the Defen
dants having neither wives, not attorneys, on
wvhomn a copy of the said declaration~with a rule
to plead thereto, might ho served: Ordered.
that the said Defendants do appear and plead
to the said declaration, within a year and a day
from thae date of this oader, orfial and absolute
judgment will be awarded against them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c.
Clerk's Offte. Dec. 1, 1841.eqge 47
State of South ('arolina.
IN THlE CO31MON PLEAS.
Anson Mlobley, rDeclaralion int At
L. B. Piube. tachmfaet.
W H E REAS the Plaintiff'in the above
stated ease, has this day filed ia
Declaration agaisni the Defendant, whois
absent from and without the limits of this
State, as it is said, having neither wife nor
attorney, known within the same, on whom s
a copy of the Decharation with a rule to -
Plead thereto, nmight ho served: Ordered z
that the Defendant Plead to the said Dee-~
haration, within a year and a day,'froni th 4
date thereof, otherwise final and absol,,ste .
judgment will be awarded against bias
GEORGE POPE, c, c.. r
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