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of *the So -
Ifled to order,
after 'which.- a
odence. fron the
nt-Alcohol, was read
ich ras succeeded by a
S:id appropriate speech
DrUai1lerstedt, of Augusta,
Qk L. bad finished, the pledge
copsented for signatures, and six nnmes
.3er siaded to the list, increasing the num
Mr..D. Arqj en moved, that the
zety ilct ten m ates, to auted the Coal
veauion of the State Temperance Society.
tobe held at Greenville Court house, on
the first Monday in August iext-wnere
the- follawing persons were duly
Dbwson Atkinsod, Saml. Clarke.
: . Miller. W. Reldt-k. W. A. I
G. 08. Mill-, Th'mas Foster, i
4ad'Drs. C. B. Carter. W. B.
idsd H. .Cook.
then moved, that the titnks of
. society be tendered to Mr. Lallerstedt,
orb his ineresing address. ahh was
Mr. D. Ardis then moved, that the pro
sda's of this meeting be publishad in
the Washingtoiao, of Augusta; which
SThe- ociety then adjourned, to meet
again on te list Saturday in the month.
B:K -. COOK. Sc'vy. pro ten.
2%eT e pqemeCause.-A public meet
y IKheld, at Beaufort, on the 20:b uit.,
boi jr the popriety of rotming a So.
o the 'pinciple of total abstuence.
R. W. Barnwell wascalledi to the
Chiiand D. L. Thomson appointed See.
- Mtary. The meeting was eloquently ad.
dressed by 'she Chairman, the Rev. R. Ful.
hr. and 1. Rheis Esq; and a Society was
reed, called the Washington Soci.-y nf
nrt. 23 perses signing the pledge
the 27th. the Society met and elected
Ibi Hon. R. W. Barnwell, Fresident, Col.
William Fuller, . Reynolds, Jr.. T. 0.
Barowell, and Wm. Fripp. Son.. Vice.
-Presidents; Marion Same, Seeretary and
Tieasurer. A number of ladies were pre- 1
sentand enjoyed the pleasure of hear.ng
admirable addresses from the President,
Albert Rheu, Esq.., and the number of
4mevi of the pledge was increased to thir.
e5-two.-Chartegoa t ourier.
Cherag !-The Jailor of our county,
informs us that the commodions building
under his charge, is at this time almost
tonantles." He ham not had for the last
three weeks a white occupant confined
within its walls. This speaks well for the
Hy' ia it?-We perceive that the
Wahingtonians of Baltimourhave had
several severe attacks aadp' them.
(throughtheclummnsof ^ 1Tem.
Herald, a - see;)
g to tI
icip1s of tie higtnoians,inn
ning their friends not to blentd either
politics or.sectarianim wibtbeir procee- I
dings.~ This is the right course. Adhere
to it, ad we are sure of success.- N. Y.
~NeeeL Fiakiag.-On Thursday after
nooi, just before a heavy thunder squall
came up, eat quarntiiies of fish, of the
trout species, were observed at Exchange
wharf, rusing in schools. through the space
between the ship Aiedora, and tho dock,
and the negroes caught numbers of them
with their hands. Yesterday afternoon,
the fish again made their appearance. and
aeveral negroes utasuiomnedi themselves on
the fenders of the ship. hanging jusi above
the surface of she water, and with shrimp
mess, baskets, &c. commenced tunihling
;oat the fish in great numabers. some of them i
of large size, being froan9 to 16 inches it,
length. There was ptrobably 100 Iline
ibh caught in this maniner, in the enurse of1
am hear or tato. Whmat can htave cause~d
these inhabitants of the deep to be tnius,
reckless of their safety is tor.' thatt we can
div'ne. We have not heard of the ir being
seen at any of the other wharves, which,
afskbes the circumstance appear smore sin
Smemory serves us iright, an act
.wsgsed by Congress a few years since.
eJ sutIhihng a uniform system of wei-bt. 4
..'admeasures, and providing ihat tey Ic
abomld he depiosited with the Clerks of the
several districts and counties in the United ,
States foe'tbe convenience and infoema- I
tin of the people. If this act was passed, I
as we think it was, has it ever been carried
into eteet? It is very important thtat there
should he uniformir in this miuer, for it.i
wilfbe asetained by any one who will take
the.trouble to examine into it, that the
difference in measures is so great, as to
aumount to several bushela in a ingle wa -
:,~d~hd~ograit; and we presume the
weights is not less than in
We are not in favor of stuck
,but this is a subject which ev
interested in having attended
hre has beeir no action on it by
arould zt not be well for the e- I
re of our State to establish a unit
seat. of weights and measures ihr it- I
elad deposi where all can ha ve '
-The rains. h have fallen withbitt ste
.'ast fosight hae revived the corn and
'coosmop. very much and. if it cnntinues Il
sasiale.te hid fair to turn out well,.
steuwlsanding she drought ini the earlyr
*- - ie- e . e r
delivered last winter, bia-Gn er -
Snitsety.seven out I
who obtain p
andi solling. 4
S fict he as
k. of the
the t ebate of (
iticovered to ha on fireheOver
r and several 'laves were below, and
exp64ed to imminent- dn'an As-voon' as
it w -a made known to Mr. Thos. R. Hall,
superintendent of the Blackheati. mines,
he equipped himself ani descended into
into the mine through are and smoke, and
rescned the owner and the negroes from a
death of torture. Too much credit can
not be given .esach gallant conduct. Hal
this advetturencurred in the days of old
Rome, Mr. II. would have been rewarded
with a civic crown for his noble seif-devoI
tnn. The mine was immediately cover
ed up. and it was thought that the fire
would be soon smothered.-Enqui-er.
Melancholy Occurrence.-A melancholy
Vcident has suddenly taken from our encie
fyone of its most nctive businese men.
he late Oliver 11 Smit. Esq. was last
Dvening. about 10 o'clock, driving rapidly
Lp Mecting-utreet. when his chair wheel
:amne in contact with a carriage in which
t gentlem'in and his lady were passing at
a moderate pace. The concussion threw
oth the lady and gentlettan out, but for
unately they received no serious injury.
But the quick rate at which the chair of
%Ir. Sanith was p:issing. produced a shock
iS severe as so throw him some distanee
tithe curb stone, where hi% head struck,
;iving a fatal concussion to the brain.
which caused immediate death. Mr.
Smiith wits a native of javerhill, New
Hampshire, where -ie has relatives. to
n hut this bereavement will be a severe
mlliction. He has a brother residing in
York District, in this State. and numerou
riebds to deplore his unlooked for and
premaiure death. He was a Lawyer in
extensve practiee and in the prime of life.
ie was engaged in some cases fixed for
ial this day m the City Court. and on the
meeting of the Court, his death was an
sutoced by the assistant counsel and a
otion made to adjourn the Court as a
mark of respect, was kindly granted by
,is Honor the City Judge.-Southern
Ott Wednesaday morning last, the
Spring Place stage overact about nine
miles from this place, as it was going up.
rhere were six passengers in it at the time
,iiofrwhom n e understand. escaped injury,
excepe Miss Fort, daughter of Dr. Tomlin.
Sm Fun who had her arm broke.-Cass.
- A citizen of Estill county, Ky., was re
:ently shot dead, for bidding for a yoke of
;xen which the sheriti had levied on and
was selbng as the property of the man who
ahot him. Tbe murderer will now settle his
ebts and crimes together, under the gal
Fire at Montgoery.-The stables of
the MVx----all.ae learn, took fire
an the --- u
d to t
>ing folding dot,..
>y the atarm f tire, lea..
he side next the~ window, ca.....,...
sfresaid accident. - Wetu.apka Argus
ltrac: of a letter from a gentlemanm f
Edisto Island t a his friend im Charlestun.
--The season of late has becn a very on:
propiisons one. From thet 2nd inst. to
etrtday, it rminted heavily either by dlay
>r night. Our Cotton crops are discese,
sod unlessadrought .merceed, tbe produr.t
will certainly be~ meatgre, if not as ,mall
is that of the Inst year.-C'har. Mercury
For several weeks we have~ scarcedv
massedl a day without a shower Elf rain. aind
requemtly a succession or'very hea.vy ones.
[luring tate greate~r portion of that tiume tihe
ent bhas been opp)ressive. The cropi 'f
Jats (which is a tolerable nut.) mnd he
ousderably anjured! by the wet, as it i,
hlficul to Gudi dry we ather entough to
iarvest andI cure the-it. Coirn ienerally
-aks btter than wte ever a w it but it i-s
aid ibis crop is nrl ,ldemrovedl ia soimte
asrions tiftiae Iow.-r Districts hy dirougtht.
)f all kinds of Fruit therm- s an abundance.
- GreenUde Mountaineer.
The Wiheal C ep.-The Charlottesville
Vaa.) Adlvocu.- ol the 2d snys. the wheat
nap is miuch better than was isnticipated.
rhe blight of rust, from a hich so much
es feared, was confined to the stalk main
y. It adds, the cr0op is bettcr every way
an fur live or ii years past.-Jbid.
The Wleather. Crops. &e.-W hen we
maued tiur little sheet on the 2d. we re
narked that the rains had ceased for a day
r two-hut it was only for two days.
[hey commenced again on the evening of
ham day. and every tay since we have
ad showers-and sometimes very hard
On Weidnesduy morning in 3 hours we
ad a fall taf ttoo and a had/ inches of water.
[his weather bhts losteredl the grass crop
nore thana the grain-and has been on
leasant in bringing a pont us a heated,
lamp atmuosphere, very well calculated to
roduce the fever coammon to our climate.
rhere have beent several cases of fever, all
>f shich, however, yielded to medical
reatment, anti we have hope that they
il continue of a mild type. WVe have
ad rain for thirty days save two. The
trn and pea crops are not good. bunt the
ice crap generally never looked better.
)n thie 4rh, inst. Mr. Samuel Fraser sent
s an ear of the new crop-and yesterdy
ntother from .\Mr. John Izurdl Midlelton's
'Butler's Island" plantation. The head
f rice sent is yeterny was 12 inches
ug and cont ined 20 grains, It ntas
anted on the. 12th of March--inyah
)Istrerr, July 9.
The THirmet in Maryland.--The Ettston
Md ) Star oft the 5th inst says
The farmer-e ini this county have near
p enoran tbrnough their harvstr and we8.
regret to say the erop is a short 6ha.
geutlemen informed us that his' pm'pecIU
for making athousand-busbels a few we
ago were highly ilattering. Hi
now-ex pt more than three huidr
els yWskl. The crop generally
and in some'sections amounts zo
failure. and no croaking abouti
wias it were otherwise.
The Williamsport (Washington.ou
ty) Banner of Saturday says:
The Harvest in this section of country
has been commenced by n f o' ifar
mers, and by the middle, jat k it,
will be general. The gra$ I d e
ry fast, and we believe g lI
be sustained from rust he d The
crop orgrain is such as has'atbietipe.
rtienced for many years. -
The Crops in Lower Virgi-i.Tht
Norfolk Herald says:
rn Prince-a Anne the wheat crop is nesr
ly a total failure in cousequeuce of the
heavy rains; and it is mutch feared thtthe
corn will not average half a crop from the
samne cause. In low gmunds it is over
floesed, and in more favorable situation']
the rains have been so heavy and incessant
that the farmers have not found opportu
nity is ork it.
Crops in Pennsylvania.-The Bedford
(Pa.) inquirer sava:-'a gives us pleas
ure to be able to say. that the bright pros
pects of an abundan harvest continue un
diminished. Many of our farmerssay they
never beheld suich .rps. 1Harvest has a
ready commenced in dil'erent parts."
Crops in Tehnessee.-The lfuutingtou
Adver*iser of the- 29th ult. says .-"re
prospect of an abundant crop of Corn in
tIhis section of Tennessee was never bet ter.
lftbe season continues favorable. Corn will
not he worth more than &4 it 75- cents
per barrel nest fall. The Wheat crop has
been reaped and turns out to be very good
Flour is now selling at $2 per hundred. and
dull at that."
From the N 0 Cresant City.
THE KENIU(KIAN IN MALTA.
A gentletnan in this city attached to
"Old Irousides" during her last cruise, has
permitted us to dip into hisijournal, which
is as rich as Calhoun's gold mind. The
following is peculiarly fine. .
"We passeJ three weeks in Malta,
waiting for despatches. Various plans
were devised to kill time. and never did it.
pass so pleasautly away. Fishing. row
ing. dininer. vine %upperN. etc.. formed
our principal amusement; and as the har
bor was filled with vsse-ls of all nations,
an interchange of courtesies was kept up
notil our auchor was weighed and 'Old
fronsides' again before the breeze. --
-At tine of the eniertainm.-nts given on
shore by the otieers or a British frigate,
the couversation turued upon rifle shoot
ing. which led to an animated discussio,
in which our officers took part.
'I have often heard.' said the c6mman;
der of the Thunderer. 'that you havqr fel
lows in your country called Kentuekians,
who are reckoted great shots with the
-.---,--- ''. .ann up fornmonative
Whast say you, then, gentlemen, to .a
shooting snatch to mnorow morning?'
'Agree-d, with all our hearis,' said the
The next marnin;; the party met in a
beautiful grove, and pl aced their target
seve-nty-tive yards distant. The English
ride is daliercui from the American, the
barrel heing shorter. atnd the stock beavi
er. six picked amen rroms the Thunderer
were on the grund. all uf whom fared. No
one. hont ever. 'cut the pape-r,' (the size of
a dollar.j although several of the balls were
close to it.
The shots were considered excellent by
asie Etuitish amat Frcnch offieers present.
acnd the nattives wecre greatly astoniahed
at the pro~ienacy of thae rileamen. The
commsnta.:der of the Thuuderer, turning to
th etr~e'r, rsid, I~th a smuile:
-Was.sg.la doou thaink ''f that? I take it,
you'ail ftol is aelflcult toe come up to it.'
-Y0 eay thanik so--but I consider it no
shaouo nt ali!' aid the Kenstukian,
-hu:s mouater le haunt eke val.' said a
'Jre s montria.' said the Kentuckcian.
-IFire away,' said the Euglishuman.
'I'll bet a wine supper for all hands,'
said the Kenituckian, 'that I make three
shots. e-very one of which will be better
than any yet madie, and each succeeding
one better than the first.'
'Il bet s wine supp~er for all hands,'
sqidl the Kientuckian, 'that I make three
shot., every oune of which will be better
than the first.'
Ill take it,' said the Englishman, smi
The Kentuckian slowly raised a rifle he
brought frotm homne, and fired. The paper
was cut! The second fire was better than
the first, and the third 'bored the centre'
Nothaing could depict the surprise of all
present: the Enoglishman 'acknowledged
the corsn,' and said ho was satisfied. TJhe
Ketuckian enjoyed a hearty laugh, de
elaring~ it was nothing to what he could do
-that he 'would be ashamed of such firing
inold Kaintuck. Rolling a quid from one
quarter of his capacious 'receiver' to an
othber, he continued:
'I must have another shot to show yon
wvhat can he done with a rifle, and en con
vince my French friend I am not boast
The whole party stood silent, In a row,
and the Kentuckian retreated about forty
yards. making the distaned from .the tree
to whsere he stood, near one hbfndred and
twenty yards. Ordering a paper of the
size as the other to be pot: i the same
place, he re-loaded-drew his broad brim
med heaver over his en.s, and after taking
deliberate aim, blazedl away.
'That was rather toes low,' be said, 'the
ball i's about the eighth of an inch below
the paper!-the next timse, I'll bring it.'
Ont exuamination. the hall was found to
be precisely where he said it was, whicb0
edon li preu Alawith'be
S wI bing the persimmon,'
utkia, as he raised his piece
b igradually lowered it and
d. spr feli rom the tree, -Ite
ibafa* - the nail which sup
liefe goge cannot describe the
'lo . otbegnits, and particularly the
naaviie *rowded arund the Ken
toekian Pisers. That night the wine
sole the--'Old Admirals,' and it
More .party never~ met in Mialta.''
drunken chap hereaway not
ng cold. got up in the night.
ad* -he supposed, some embers
on the Bbe- gathered some fuel io
'011er ied to crest -a flame with
,his h -bellows, 1as in vain. His
wife 'm making 'a rues, anti rather
thaq h. arbed in: her rest, got up to
ma .fr him, when she found
that& nd had been Irving to blow
four or raggling moonbeams into a
South W'stern Farmer.
Why uch opposition in N,-w Or
'e to* ryvaluable improvement in
ba' *an d why is it soi?
p p assesses all the,.advan
8 A and many more; it ins qually
as og and as easily put around
the ba e ta a great advantage over
rope iWAZ vent of fire. Yqsn Could not
burn upat load, or n ware. house
fuI1or wiles in a month. iron botip
ed. ~ ble sever hur.% ssuc' tin
tildth GIsrn in Iwo. and -t he b;le ex.
paid iron hutiped need not be
insa e '1d-the river. n.i its the citv
nor tt.n gihrepressed its New Or-sans.
Many'.. ors are now conspre+isug their
cotIo shippinag size. atnd its a little
time i hhe segeneral custom with the
Th is"hall the planters incur the
great f a douhle cut at snsurasce
-.oeo he .river anti another in the
city,~' IEsiishing touch if 75 cents per
bal ' = siun, %%hen there should
no e i t n cessity for uclh char
B , Obaters must expect the irosn
hoo p Oolently opposed by the ittsur
ance . press intess in New Or
leans . have only to persevere
all acert to overcome all opposi
.I: is sill1 the hoopq where it presstes
offihie b6 ill russ anti injure the ialing
cloth. - an argument is not reasona
. as* tsheI houp pres on the bale
lasti ter tight. anad all of the ru-,t
-ust .~ eout side orthe hoop, which
e Wid ey-prevented by bruslhing ihe
ioo~p w little paint or pitch.
1TeM 'M,1p is sold at she factories as
c 34'n li' Now is the proper tine for
the pt ft send on their orders for the
growing o : hiecanhe9 warded
the'sigbt of i4 bed made him shudder a:
the idea ofthe ze'sule:. hours ho hsad passed
upon it. Initii's casse it was recommend
ed so him tendeavor-when he lay down
at nigbal, so fis has thouaghta on somuething,
at the saine time vast and simple.-such
as the wide espass of oceau, or th.- cloud -
less vaultqatheaven-tbat te little hurried
and disturised images sbat flisted belhre his
mind night he charsued away, or hushed
to rest.but ihe calming influcnce of one
absorbing-Ihought. Though nlot ait all a
religious man at she time. the adlvice sug
gested to~bis mind, dhat ifran object at once
vast and simple was to be selected. nonte
could serve 1tha purpose so well as that of
God. He resolved thsen to snake thec triasl,
and to think of Him. The result exceed
ed his most sanguine hnpecs; ins thisnkisng of
God. be-fell asleep. Night after nig ht he
resorted to the sasme expedient. Thet p)ro
ens became delightful; so snitch sin, that
hse used to long for she u'tnal hour of retir
ing. -What began a's a miere physical tape
ration, grew. by imspercepsibsle degrees, in
so a gracious inflluenace. Th~e samno Go.d
who was Isis reposeo at night, wa-ss in his
thoughts by day.-Rev. Hrnry WIoodscurd.
YM E NE AL
eThe silkeu ti.1thet binds taco soii in g hearts.'
On Thursday the 11th inst.. by ste Rev. Ed
win Cater, the Rev, Was. II. DAviss to alis
atlaar E..Mea&osalt of Abbsevillea District.
.The treasures of the deep are not so prectous.
As are she cscated comftort of'a man,
locked up in woman's loved"
At dummer Hill, 8. L'., on Tuesd.:y even
ing the hIth instant, by the Rev. Sir. Cunning
bam. First Lieutenant al. C. at . Ilanssown.,
Adjutant 4tirlnfantry U. S. A.. tee .Mis lian
asr P. Dahvas, of Augusta, Georgia.
p. H. AltAAULLY. asutune bis a eunsdtdate
for the offlke of Birigmadier Geneaural. to till the
vacancy ocessoned by the resigauons of Geni.
July 13 te 2-4
00# t Logw Price.I
idB7 i. riber being desirous ot redae
-.i,gpreseat stock by the fall season.
wall off'et 00DS at very low prices; a liberal
diseoat will be made for cash. All those that
wish so avail themselves of' this opportunuisy of
buying Casa, will call and examine for them
selves. E . B. PREISLE~Y
E?dgeueldC. ii. 20th Jnly. af 25
75@' Brick ftor sale.
E TtiCIL whoh-ale os rrtadl, they are well
1mrted, and a dne asrment: I will
se tisem low', for cash. Any person wishing
to purebaseaea sea ample of them. by ap.
pling aey reusdenee, ones mile frowm Edger.
.~dC. UH9n tle stage road leading in Hlam
burg - JOHN MeD ?VITT
Jo20S p: -- if 2
Loade a Porter. etv
A sUPERItO r wT LE. jut& cie
Secretary 's Offce,
COLUMBIA. th July, 1642.
TO ALL WII31 IT M1AY CONCERN.
ME :tknown, that Axrannw iWARER ofthe
City of New York, lately appointed and
commissioned by Ili- Excellency the Govern
or of thi State. Commitsioner '"To take the
ackoowledgemaent or proof of'any deeda. mort
gage. or other cetrveynace of any lands or ten
ements. lying its or being in this State, or ofany
countract,letter ofattorney, or any other writing
i tender seal, to be used and recorded ins this
State," did. onl the 25th of June. 1842, take and
t.nbiscribe. on oath. before 1). P. Ingraham,
Judge of the New York Common Pleas. and
ex ofcio Justice of the Justices of the- Peace.
that he will well and faitlhully perform. Wo the
best of his skill and ability all the duties of
Conomisioner. according to an Act of the Se
nate and lionne of Represntotatives sothe State
of South Carolina, entitled - A n Act to anthor.
izetlte ntppointnent ofra Conmissioner or Corn
misaioners to take the acknuwledgements of
deeds and other instrutnens of writing under
sel. nnd for other purioses," passed on the
17th December, 1TM.
W.1M. F ARTHUR.
Dh puty &crdary Stale.
Jully 20 1t15
NLLl.CT11ON tot tirigadier General of
..~ Bahe 2d1 lirCuaaLe iuanatry. . .. to fill
the vacanacy ..ccamoied ly the rcsignation of
G,-eral Wmbah, is hereby oardered to be held
at th- Old Well. on the 4th londay ins Augutt
LOUIS T WIGF.\LL. Col. 7th Rteg.
Julae 25 6E 24
Cz.Ana Os, JUL 22, 11-12.
[Onlers% No. -.]
f IIt E Ctnmisionted Officers of ile follow.
ing Brigndes are ordered to enacattp for
five dayo. at the tinm. herein specified. viz
The tith Btrigade ,f intantry, at Yongue's, onl
31 otndlay. the 25tl Juely aaext.
The iltt lr;gade oif infntry. at a place to
be selected by the llajor Geteaal ofthe Zth Di.
%is0n. slu Tuesday. ste 2d day of August next.
The 2d Brigade of Infantry. on Tuesday, the
9th day of August next.
The tnt Brigade of ltfantry, on Tuesd:iy,
the 2:d day-of August next. TIe'lajor Gen
eral ofthe Ist Division will deaoigtnate the places
for the Ist and 2d Brigades to encamipj, and re
port to the Contmander-iu-chief. the places so
The 9th Brigade of linfantry, at the Lime
sionts, and the Usrigadier Gienerals of the 5th,
6th ad 7th Uriguddes, aret regnired to extend so
much of this order as relates to their respective
The- Qutarte-r anster General will canse te
arms and tents to be at each enacampaenut ina
The following Aidlseke-Camap to thte Cnoi
manderu -in~ Chie-f, nre artdered to attend thte e
'rThomnsona. Etnglhsh. Mlanning, Wallace, Mtar
shall. Sintgleton atnd Tayloar.
Bly ordecr of the Commtander-int-Chttuf.
J. W. CANTEY.
Adjutant and lupator (J.ural.
Jnlv 7 fit 24
T'ill U. S. DIS'TRtIC OURL i,(
.DiaTtltCT Or' C't1T tt CArno't. S~
W II Elt-'A l: eble.. Stmitha, Itinotandas Shtoc
tanaker ofr Newhetarry vill:;e, acid 8tate
afcth ti Cazrolitm.Ihatht gibsd a pe-titioni psrayinjg
tht Ihe mtay b~e deca.lta -d aI ltankI~rupt, putrsntt~
to thte Art'of Congtresst of thte Unitt-de Staten,
mtade.n ndl notw int foarec. conce-rning flankrtsn
tand thast lhe mtav haave' thea baeeit of theo said
act: this is toa give u'ti:-e softhe. said Ia.ttito,
andI that ac hearinag theareoaf will be hnd btefure thte
iltnornbtle Robe'rt It. G;ilcharist, Jud;:e of the
said Coturt, at a Contrt to bte holdent at the Fead
eral Couart ilue. int Chtarleston, onu Monday
the Girst day of Atugust ntext, at eleven o'clock.
A. 31..nat whtich plasce antd tunte all persona in
terested ny nppear .and shoew cauase, if any
they have, why thte prayer of the said petitioa
er ahtouald not be gratnted.
Charlestott, 7th day ofiJuly, 1812.
11. Y. G RA Y. Clerk.
Jualy 13 3t 24
Land for Sale.
T lIPE Sublscribe.r en ill se-Il at Edgefield C.Il.
on the firat 3lontday in August next, a
TRACT OF LAND,
cointair.inag three hunadred atnd forty-two acres,
more or lesst, satnate ont the waters of M1ountain
and Hlorste Pent Cre-eks, adjoining lands of Mir.
Angrove, Mir. Philipan, Mir. Ream. Mr Gole
man. and others. The tract is tall itt wood.
The rtrms of sale are otte and two years
credit, the jaurchaser giving notes witha two
good securities, bearing interest from date otn
the l:ast paymenmt,aud a warrant or gocod title will
be given. ~ .SEPR
JulyG 64t 23
T IE E Stubacraber htai been, by the Judge o
the District Coirt for South Caroina
Distaict tapptoit~ted Comamisnioner for Peige~eld
District pursuant to the provisions oaf the Act
ouf Congrees. made., and now in force, concern
ing Bantkrupts. Thterefore. any person wish
ing to avail him'aelf ofrsaid Act, wall tplease call
upon the undersigned, at Hamburg, S. C., who
*il prepare all the papers tecessary to a fitnal
discharge, on as liberal terms ais any other per
son, htaving procured all the Rules anad Blatnks
of said Court required. &c.
Hamburg, June 27th 1882 tf 22
P R ESH aupply of various desc-riptens
t and prices, just received and lo aeb
SCRANTON & IIEIG 8.
.may 4 4t .14
B w orde-r froma e Lourt ae C oitmen
Pe.:n8 the. fno1: tar'1 ... I iha)
proceea to 'll at Edgetiald re.:r: Houte.
the irt .onday in Augnert lit xt. tihe tract -
land wite defeant now lives, coo .
taining ii hundred nd tory acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of tha estate of Thomas
Lauar. -- Cater, and others. To be sold
on a credit of three moeiths. except one-fourth
of the purchase money which must be in cash.
The titles to h. signed but not delivered, till
the whole of the purchate money be paid, and
if the full amount of the credit portion he not
paid when due, the property to be resold on
that day for cash, at the riak of tie forenir pur
S. CHRISTIE, s. .
July 13 ($3) 31 31
H AVING purchased of Messrs. Bryan &
M. inor, their entite stock ot G(oods in the
MArrant Tailoring Business, it this plac.,
we would take this metiod of informing our
friends and the public generally, that they enn
he irnishied at the old stand -if Bryan & 31i.
nor. with Clothing, on as good tenns. and tunt
itferior in t nahity to any similar etablishinent
in the Soant ern country. We inteid to keep
fn hand at all timnesa. a grood stock of
English & French Cloths,
anl CAsMiXanhs. sela-cted in the New York
-)d Philadelphin .larkets, together with all
either articl-s an out lint-; and r.) theose who fa
vor us with their patronage in this business we
wond say that every exettion on our part shall
be used to give perfect .atisfaction.
GOODE & LYO.
January 1. ti 4
Selling ofI'at Cost for Cash.
i n 'lo senber offi-rs feor eale % hhlesale
T ansd retail a Insge rnd exte-nsivc stck of
Ready male Clothing an4
at Francis If. CukAe'm ld stand. Those in want
of either. will do Well to call and e-saine' t-e
sock before- purcha-ing. as the gouis will be
sold lower than they carn be ton::ht in the city
or ese-where. P. W. AUTEN.
P, S. Those idlelited tit F. II. Cooke by
note or book aeciunt, %%ill enll on the subseiriber
at the store and make iaymiient.
Augusta, Ga., April -2-Me 4 it 1S
United States Hotel,
T [I. undersigned respectfully liforms his
frieuds arid patrons, that in accordance
with the pressure tof tIse timier, hre will. on and
aller the tirst day if June next, reduce his rates
Tranilent Boiarder, per day, $1 50
Day Boarders, per usnth. 15.00
j0tei Boarders in proportion.
Th'~inklfsil f.,"r --- ..e-r.ment ha resznect,
Tp H E Subscriber informas his friends, that
Ihe has provided himself with the best me
ternIs fin smraking firse lBOTS and S10ES.
andI hra commenuced business at Pottersvill.
The hest evidence of thanks that he can give
his friends and the public, for their patronage
wich lie hopes to merit, is tao insure gtood and
fashionable work. upon terms to snit the timies.
STEVEN A. BiROWN.
E7 Iepairing done at the sirortest notrce.
may 4 3t 14
STICAYED fromn the tribscriber on the 22d
bA Mar. a small liebt bay 110R SE COLT.
Iweo years old, ttinrlteired, withi white t'-ct, a
bLarze sr n ifce. with a very heavy mane and
tail. Wheno ast hseard from. Ire was near Cain
l'sidge. in comnpansy with a stray tltie. Any
persons seeing suech a Colt wnill please take himn
sap, and drolp a litre to the. arilaribe~r at Sleept~y
Creek. EdgefielId Distr ict. S. C.. arid they shall
bie well paid for their trouibe.
Juine22 3t* 21
Dr. JOHN G. WVILLIAUS,
O FFEICS hris prof--siernal servicee tso the
citri.c-nU of Edt~efieldl vill::ge arid aaca.cut
c-ountry . atid hass iaksen an Utlie next dor t a t -
Geant. .!. I.. Bonhiatm's near the Court ilousei,
whete he can lie fund at all timies during thir
day, and during the night at S. F. Goeode's
dwelling, except when ualsant onr psofessionutl
may25 tf 17
S. S. TOIIPKIN%,
ATTOltNEY 4T L..W.
W I LL attend punacturally to any p~rot'ession
al buisinene entruastedl to hea- enarge.
Otfice at Edlgefield Court flouse. over Siz .
B. Presley's brick store.
may 4 4t 14 .
State of NotIta (Xir'olito
. EDGEFIElLD DISTRItCT. -i4 -
IN TIlE COM1MON PLEAS.
Wmn. scurry, )
Cs. >Declaration in Alssumrpsit:
Johnt Scurry. W
Wmn. II. birenntan,
for the use of
Wim. Serirry, Declarationt in Debt
73'ilElaintls navinig this slay fried lhe-ir
.decaratins in the aboavae stated cases, in
niy omie, arid tire defendant hav ing no wife or
attorney, known to be within this State. on
whrom a copy of said declarations, with a rule
to plead shrall be served. It is ordered that the
said defendaint do plead to thre isaid declamati-'ns
withrin a yar and day fromi ther pnbicton of
this order, or final and absolute judgmnt wit
be awarded aainsut hinm.
GEO. POPE. c. c. r.
Clerk's Ojis. w
27th May. 1842. ly 18
For Sale. - --
A em to suit tire ties a t
Baconi, or Mr. A Clarke,a j*C