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big reputation hot so much to Il
seboarship, us in hi% advocacy of the ra
soone) system. his defence of the ' divirr
rigbtof govenmeet, in contra distimctrt
from the rigbs of the State and the I'm
pie, and the active and most uiustiiabl
stand he took against the suffrage part
in L. 1. during the recent difliculties ther
-deascratilig the pulpit mn the Sabibait
with his anti-repubileau doctrines. an
tenderiug the use of the College building
.as barrackd for the troops of King Charlci
But we forbear further remarks ;-sim
.ply referring to Iis somewhat celebrate
work on Political Science and his sermo
delivered about the time of the R. 1. dil
.culties in which he contended virtuall
that suanissiox to tyrants was a C tristin
duty, for ample verification of all * e ha
said concerning him. In concludinj
however, we cannot forbear to mentio
ibe names of Orestes A. BrownpAn
Boston, Capt. Alden Parridge of Norwic
Vt. and Doct. -. S. Patterson of Phil
-delphia. as gentlemen who are every wa
ited to fill the Chair, and to satisfy mh
wase ofthe people of the State. Th
lAr named, on particular. is too wel
toown to the leading me:a in S. Carolina
a ned any commendatiou at our hands.
Case of Jok C. Clt.-Tbis indi idta
whose case has excited so much attenuti
in New York. has fiualiy defeated th
sentence of the law which he was doome
to sn'er for the crime of murder. by com
mittingsuicide. It will be recollected th:
Friday last was the day designated for n
esectioa- Ni particular hour haviu
been fixed by the Court, the Sheriff, it ap
pears, acceded to Colr'i request. to deft
the execution until 4 o'clock in the aftel
Soon. At 2 P. M.. the crimhnal was le
alone in his cell, with the understandin
that be was not to he diiturhed until th
last monent. and when it was again er
- tered be was found dead. having stabbe
.-binself to the beart. The doult. whe im
- or not be would be executed. created a
litlemezcitement in New York. ani til
. Ba in the dome ofthe prison, a few tnir
utes before the time appointed for the es
ecution. tended of course to increase it.
. Basttore American.
Fres the Gremeilli Montaineer.
Castion.-A scape gallons named E
F. DOUCIN, alias ltOBERT DUNIIA.'
has recently made out ad collected se
-eal Accounts due this Office in Aussiti
Gem., and perhaps elsewhere. In one it
stance he forged our name to an orde
- that he might with more certainty obtat
. the money. We understand that he is
Printer by profession. and is a resideni
Hamburg. S. C. All persens are cat
tioned against paying acounts due us I
*any person except D. W. Wells or Po,
'Masters, who are at this time the only au
thorized Agents we have. And it woul
perhaps be well for those indebted i
Newspaper establishments. generally, i
.call upon every unknown travelling Aget
for his authority to collect, before payin
We think the case staed above is ti
S'stronges proof of hard times yet adducet
:To think that an naan should lrave it
risters' Accounts. an
.endeaTor to duet them, is to us the mo
.anarvellousspeies ofinodbity that we evc
heard of. In most caises, we should act
.muan downa asa fool V. ho would attempti
.for it is with the greatest difficulty thn
wecan collect our own accounts; but
.seems the rascal D~oucta wats more forts
.nate than be probably iw ill be again.
Abany Police-. Curious Case i
Femsale DecePtion-One of those strani
-and almost unaccountable cases of decel
to which we hear of one or twice intt
age was developed at the police ollice '
Saturday atternoon. A person who i
for the laset four years followed thme busi ne
of a tinker and tea-nster alternately in thn
ciy and who is well known to matny
wur citizens, was brought up before Justi.
Osborn. charged with banging out fahn
eignale.-being not exactly '.hat out wan
appearances would lead honest and ut
suspecting personasto believe-sailiug um
der false colors.
About two weeks since this person wi
mnarried to a very respectable atnd has
working girl, who by hier industry had Ia
apsa considerable sum of money. Tri
poor girl found out in a few days that a
as not gold that glitters-that appearantc
are deceitful-an short, that her dlear hi.
hand was a acoutaa! This fact being full
established tom tihe satisfaction eit all partie
ibhefaithless swain or rathier deceitful jail
--was arrested, examined sat thme polic<
and sent to jail. A crowd of the cnuir
followed her ladyship so her new lodging
making many original and spirited ri
asarks, called out by the novelty of th
No other reason can be assigned for thi
strange marriage alliance except the dm
ire on the part of the hustao'td to posses
Assmself of the money whmich the olhjeets
his affections had saved up from her ham
earnings and unweanied industry.-Albe
Ag-rictultural.-le have seen a certif
eate, to the effec', that Mr. Latta, of ti
District, produced from ed'two and thre
quarter acres of land. wihichi has bee
cleared 16 years. 36) tasll Elf shmelle
corn. OIne measured atcre of the abovi
g ave l100 bushels atil 14 qu-uts. (Ot
dwa country friends, who mre sao mtuc
is the habit of bragging ont cornt whae.
potatoes, turnip, and beets. wouhld d
well to beet this beforei theyv s a m tuc
more on~ the subject of agricultural wrot
ders. Ti., was not done foir ai prewmiui
not coming under the proias~g of th
society. and may thierefomre te Nes~d unpo
as a necessary result of payinig prmoper al
tenion to our old lands.
The production of wheat by Colone
Wright, of 38 bushels to thme acre. is veri
appropriately handled by the committe
On the day of the exhihi:ion, potasie
were exhibited by Mr. E. W. Sit
some of which weighed 3j lbs.
James Brian, Esq exhibited a very bart
specimen of wintcr turnip. aomethmn
less than a yard in circarerenc.,sen
between 19 and 20 intches. These vege
tables tura up here to perfecm ion.
Capt. J1. Di. (tnre exhibited an enoi
seen. bilt we hear cven it has been beat,
having heard of one Radish which four
children had been enting all day. and then
there was any quantity left.
Our friends must tnot think we arm in
clined to be marvelous on this subject,
for these are facts well authenticated.
3 -Yorkville Compiler.
SAll about the Eye.-What part or the
s eye is like a rainbow ? The iris.
What part is like a schoolboy ? The
What part is like the globe. The ball.
J What part is like the top of a chest ?
a The lid.
What part is like a piece o a %hip ?
I What part i4 like the sumrnit of a hill ?
e j The brow.-N. Y. Sunday Mercury
Professionail (9ce Serkers.--T here
f are some miena who its njothitg c:nder the
h I sun but struggle after office. In this mat
. ter they are monitromanises. They neglect
y husineb,4. and live precnriously. hatving
0 their eyes fixed on office.-Portland Amer
From our coriesposndent.
HAMURG. November20. 142.
Bsiiness has been rathet dull here for the
last two weeks, our Cotton receipts have not
F3 be[en aim large as is usual for the seasoon, owing
I preume. to the very low price., which are
indeed discrouraging. I do flat perceive minch
51chanige iin prices for the patst week, and nowI
orbegin too hope tha1t we! ha en the Iowent
-poitat. The heit accotnn-s fromt Euirope. which
r came up to the 4th in.t.. I think %ins a little
- more favorable, and at least will tend to keep
prices from going lower. If there ban beet any
change the past week, I think it was its favor of
tie seller. as Cotton is much easier sold at the
former week's prices. and (on tone descripotions
q at a advane. I mume and stibe e low. sales
a fromt 4 at 61 cens sut not much at either of
e those price, principal Waes fromt 51 to "al cets.
- A i there is not that rush of Cotto f o the war
ket, tal there was se three weeksaince, our
eRail Rd is getting clea r andi he ae now able
to get Cotton ows, yy eiher the road t Iver.
without much delay.
Exchange is plenty and lather lower, at par
on Charleson and Savanah. I per et. rem.
an New York. Our Bank is doinga good bu.
hinest, and her bills is equal to Bestois Dropq.
Remarks.-We %hall abhtain from any
a speculaive r--iarkce i re rd ito the pre
ol ent coneission of our co tion inarket and to
1* its prospects, as the next intelligence from
a Europe may have some indeace iat chang
It ing it for the beiter for for wiorse.. If thfe
imails had been received regularly, on
a Tuesday night last we mighl have fad the
0 news hy the steamer of the 4t 6 i4t. from
it Cotto.-The receipts ince our last co
g iice of the inarket have been light and we
may say also tbat the stnck on hand is
light, as the shipments have been to as
f- large an extent as the preceding weeks.
i Thdemand for the article s still fair.
th eih prices haie not improved. The
a atr i5 to irea Weh quote, ordicaryave
'r cofdenices in enained that the ittr
Erchange.-By referrin r tab oilee
Thil e seekn itht n. teial b~s:~wa Actation
"repth RC.-ra Zah otes, ow~hih havey
nufeed.ng'hn incresedi. dere1ciaiu ad i
PADOITer ies'.s UA.duhe ~
d Ma~ti~ A JRI EsiD,
B fy the R.-v. ZI W Icrins. on Thor'n
esday'eveninig the 24th inst.. Mr. MantLoN
M3.' PADOs-r-r to Mie~ MAar Eatiss,
~daughter ofthae late Mr. JHns Ettosos,
all of this district.
s.TEM l'ERtANCEl NOICEW1;.
e There wsll be~ a Meetinig lied at Ea.lgefield
.C. II. on the 25ths dayv orf Diees.er next. 1>r
Sthe gprposne of formang a Diutuiet T'eperance
'Ammociation. Temtperanee Societies of the Dis
tract ure re" pectfuslly invited to scnd Delegtes
to attenid the mseeting.
a Nov 30 tf 44
LIKELIY 'yosung Negro Man. a Black.
dA asuith te'y trade, and also two excellent
- ('arpenaters. ofsaecepisoonable characters, up
on. reasong.asle termus. by the ye~ar or mtiomb. Al.
so a Girl about I7 years osf ag for the year.
- WHITFIE.LD BROOKS.
s Novr.3 2io44
13Y the Suhbscriber a few dlays since, two
DuJ iae Billsa. otne of which wan drawn by
'M r. Gearray leer $12. in favsor of the susbscriber,
r andi one fur $2 935. drawun by the samse peerson
hi fin favour of~ WVaushsngton Smossaker. Also two
h Notes. onec of~ which wus~ drawn by John Stun
u ake~r.in favor of Monsroe. Stosnksr for $4: the
It other udrawna by G Cami~efld. in favor of Wash-.
nyo Stnke o $1 50. Any ereson find-:
incsa.1DueBilsand Ne.wllconfer a -
vs'r tv tetearninag them to the subhscribe~r at the
Tlsan \'ard of M r. Giearty. The payment sof
"the snote, are atopsped.
Nov, 31 1t' 44
y State of OlihthI Carolina.
' EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.'
Ahaner Perrin.. vs.
'John Lewsis. i
WILl. liE St LD. at the house of Dsefen
K next. the tfollowsig property: ons'sorrel Ihorse.
Y I 'rsddle and idle. scsi head of Cartie, l..s of
-Corn, r..ddher. Oass. and Coitton, Household
Furnaiture. Terms cash.
- 8. CII RISTIE'. a. z. D.
rNov21 O(tl 5t 3t 41
THE EIGEFIELD VILLAGE
T 11E Exercises of this Institution will close,
for the present year, on Friday he 2
:f December. ardthey willbe resumed on M"nW
day the 2d day offanuary. 184.
WILLIAM B. JOHNSON, RSCtr.
Novr. 30, 1842. 3t 44
1 IIIS lnstittion. located on the road from
Edgefield C. If. to Cambridge. near the
residence of Dr. Nieholson. has beenan sUe
cessfuil toperation during tihe poresentyear. un
der ic direction af.ims L H. GILL, and will
be continued for the ensuing year unzder he%
riT patron. of dis Institution tesbl gratified
in stating that they have been highly pleased
in the improvmnemnt whi.h their children have
received. ini their severnl ottidies, under the -
rection of this accomplished lady.anid furniah .
them the pleasre of givinp the community the
assurance. that nothing will be omitted ton her
part to give every faciiity to tie improvement
t thc who may. lie commit:ed to he:r care.
Special attention will be devoted to the norali
ty as well as the intellect and physical condi
non ofthe young ladies. The .ealthfulnessof
this location is undonhted.
Boarding ran be ohiaimed tot SQ per month.
TERMS OF TUITION.
The elementary and higimer En
gliuhi iranches, at $6 25 per qr.
Music. 12 00 -
French. 6 00"
Use of Piano. 1 50
Nov 30 5 44
.9dminrisfr tor'8 Aile.
B liernission oif the Ordinary of lidgefield
I )a-trict. we 4hall proceedi tosell, at pub.
Ite auction. all the personal estate of Burrell E.
.>lebs. deceased. name-ly. finleen Negroes.
3lile'. lloraen, Cottomi. Corn, Fodder, &c.. at
the'lite residence of deceased, on Tuesday 27th
of December next Also. eleven Negroe., Cat
tle. Ilogs. Cotton, Corn. Ion..lhold and Ktch
en Furniture. &c.. at time plantation ofdefenstd.
tn Cuffeetown ermek. an I'riday. 30ML ?em-en
her iext. %t the latter plate anid date. we
shall rent the plantation of deceased for one
year. Terms-Cash for all 5onms below $10.
and 12 monthi eredit for all sums over $10.
notes with two approved suresesa heing given.
LAURA ANN HO0BBS.
JA.MES S. 1IARIIISON.
N v 3 t to 44
.'-tate of Souith Caroblnal
B Y OLl'YlR TOWLES. Eqquire,
Ordinsary of Edgefield District.
Whereas. i. 31. eason. bath applied to
me for Letters of Adaministration on all
and singular the goni and chatteln. right.
aud credits of A. r. lenson, late of the
ierict atore-said, deceased.
These are. iherefure. to cite and admon
ish all and singular.tbe kindred and credi
tors of he -%aid deceased, to he and appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District ta be holdea at Edgefield
Court House tin the 19tb December new, on
show cause. if any, why the said %dminis
tration shunild not be granted.
Given under my fhand anal seal ahis 28th
day cf November. one ihomusad eight hun
drecd and forty two, and in the sixiy-seventh
year of American. Independence.
0. TOWLES, o. z. s.
Nov 28, 1842. ($2 124) b 44
State of *Sutith Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOW% LES. Esequire.
Ordinary act E-lggeaeld District.
Whereas. Ira HI. andl lenry .M. Sat
cher, hath applied to nme~ for Lesaterm of
Aaministration on all and singular mthe
goodm and chaatels, rights ancd credIits acf
Amos W. Satcher, late of time District
These are, therefore, to cime nad adman
sh tall anal aingular. the kinedredl and credi
ora of the said decoeaed tam lbe andl appear
before mae. at our next Ordinaary's Comurt fair
the tiaid District to he holdlen at Edigelelud
Caourt ilouase on the 19th day aof November
next, to show cause, if anmy, why ihe said
Aamiisration shoauld nmot be granted.
Given under my bandl and seal this 28th
aay of Novemtber, one thousanda eight huan
dredl andl forty two. andl in ihe sixty-svenmth
year of Aumericani Iindependetnce.
0. TOW L ES. o. E. D
Nov 28, 18.12 (62 124) b 44
Y OLIVIR TOWLE'.', Equir e
BOradiniary of EulgeflelDri
Whereas, James Tomnkina, hath ap
plied in me for Letters of A daministraction
on aell amnd singular the goode and chnatels,
rights anal credits aef Snauel Tromkins, Into
of~ time District aforenad. dleceasead.
Thesc~e nre. therefore, Ioncite anad admon
ih all fiad mingutlar, time kinadred anud credi
tors of' he said decenseud, to be anal appear
before me, ait otnr next Ordinary's Court
fr tile said District to bce hcolden a: Edge
Gel Court flouse ou the 19th Uecem'jer
18-12, to blhow cause if anmy, why the
said Aadministratio'c should not be grantteda.
Given under mv hand and seal this28th
day of Nov. oneo thousandl eig.ht hunadrcud
atd forty-t win andl itn the sixty-seventir
year of A mericuan Indaepenudenc.
0. TOW LES, o.m. n.
Nov. 28. 1842. [82 124] 2: 44
state of South Car-olina.
Y OLIVER TO\WLES, Esquire.
O,0rdlinary act Edge~feed District.
Whereas, Thoama. Ferguso, hatb ap
plied totme tear Liter.. of Adminmistration
on all and sinagular the goodis andl chattels,
rihts andl credit. of John .ilartin, late of
le District aforeastad, deccaeae.
These are, thaerefcre, to cite and admon
ish all antd singular, the kindred liand eredi
tors of te maid deceased, to lbe anal appear
before me,. at our nest Ordinary's Court for
te said District to be holden a: Edgefield
Court Iloue on the 19th December 1542,
to show cause. if any, whby the said Ad.
amittstration shmould not lee granted.
Givenc under nay hand anal seal this28th
aly of Noveambier, one thousand eight hun
dread aand forty twto. anal ine thcesty-sevenab
year of American Independence.
0. TO WL.ES, o. x. 0.
Nov. 28, 1842. S.a 124 h 44
B00E & JOB PRINING
O' P Every description executed with
RATE JUILNEYM3AN TIN
To one perfectly acquainted with
g branches of business, good wa
gas tsituation will begiven. on
ap estabrishment of Messrs. We
ver ,Egefeld C. H.
F year, on favorable terms, the
nt ocuped bDr. E
Store. It as weil ada ed
to - It is also suitable or a
Dry :Store, or for other purpos.
es.. to P. F. LABOIDE.
Nv if 43
ber having diposed of his
will sell at that place. on
Decemier next. alI his stock
of Hogs, Plantation Utensi .
P. 8. BROOKS.
hire, publicly or privately.
at the and lace, four young Negro
oligh b and two Girta.
P. S. B.
SH SCURRY. a. gentleman of
acter and same expertence if
tear- ' ngaged to take charge of thiq in
stituti eniaing year. Terms of Tni
lion as -Mr. 8. being a Graduate
of the U4 elina College. atid havini the
confide citizens is well suited fur the
situatiui. t 4
Nov. 2t 43
LL' to the estate of John
C r eceased are regest
ed to adthose having accounts
agast present them duly au
Not.3 - 3t 43
Ling account~s ;tainst the
s. Thurmond, de'd.. are
req gem as the law requires,
also all to the said Wmn. Thur
mond to make payment.
Nov. if 43
A LL' acona ng Ainst the
Buh, dec'. arere.
quested' 40 as the law require<,
aisti alt- tobedi the Paid Sunnam
Bush, Ise make payment.
Now. 7 f 431
DR. ,S. COMPOUND SY
the ejicacy of Dr.
wud ,yr up of Pru
Inru i -1id Cherry.
AJ le yearststadiag.
MiL Phtislphia, entirely
cued by $WAYNE'S Con
round 8 ry. IaM truly
pp to1aasto the pro
og whih tunic I was
trouijed '3 lBlood. attended
withab -p in &athe sid*, breast
and back. swas almost incessant. r
which I trie*bWmnies preperation. to obtain
relief; tint (iasthing to relieve me until I
obielC. A NE'S Couapound Syrup
of Wild CheI h~lich immaedislely gave ime
re-lief, and by ~t emedicine Iive weeks, or
thereaboate, llsin l perfoarming a perfec t
cure. I am luuto say that I now enjoy as
good health~ aIcoeld wish fur. Your ever
thankful andbinah nkla ed,
, -i n- MISS S. LEWIS."
More P of fthe AccpfDr. SW.4YSE'S
ceo uaQ myittinCe r ie r -
To Dr.gwas.-Desr sr.-Thie time has
ben wh r treald not recommend a medi
cine advertised iis the piublic prints over my
own sigoiatuei I now teel diferent-I feel re
lief. I was'feiided by a puotracted enugh for
six monthstma mere skeleton, norest at night;
screnems and-paiu in my breast, side. & c. Su f
ficc itto a~v I used your Compound ot' Wild
Cherry, whsieb in a few weeks relieyed mec ef
a-ctually.. -I as certain. had it noat been for
your medicine. (as life frequently depends on
early attentiou to proper medicines.) I shoold
nowv be in the sileit grave.. Let no person de.
hay. hut promere-0r Syrup and be relieved of
their Coughs ad Colds, as they are dtangerus
enpanions,-and often lead to fatal conasegqen
ces. Your friend.
Crawford clusaty. Pas.
Forsaleby Dr. Swayneat54 North sixth
at. Philadelphia, andI by
S D. CLA RKE & Co. Dru.<gists.
Corner Centre ad Mercer streets, lIam
burg S. C,
Nov20 . tf~ 43
State. of Soilth Caroina,
IN THE COMMON PLE.4S.
G. L & B.Penn & Co.) Derdaratiow in Fo.
Ann E. Ghaeock. .aAicmit
rusH E Plaintifr's having this day filed
I theiydeclarationl in my office, and'the De
fendant hsyingwno Attorney, known to be with
in the State, on whom a copy of the saine, with
a rule tophdcould be seived : It is ordtere-d.
1hat the Iyfendanlt plead to the said declara
tian withinayear and a day, orfinal .and abso
lute - 4pn1 will be given against her.
.' GEO. P E, c. c. r.
0.,. 38, ^- o. aa. age 43
To a51W@mOD It mnay Concern.
- H ESubucriber is bound by order of
3Cout, to ake a spcal return of every
execution in his office bthie 1st of Jaunuary
next, 'as the Officers of the Court require
their e 'tibe mnade in all cases where '-wait
order'.beWsbeen given, Notice is hereby giv
en, that inles the eosts in such case-s arc paid
by sle te eecutonswill be sent
out erlevy, Ltdsriminationi.
No~l6 -,3t 4-2
O N 1 afwd7the first day of December
nezt. I ussell to the hi'ghest bidder. (nt
the lawtsedence'ni'aytnother.) all mperson
alprpesoy 'O~t~ of Horses, ws aid
Calhes aos. lot ofoder, on the horse
W ose er, Plantation Toots. Hn.
biadEitehien Purniture, as well as various
otheruaticlid. Terms published on alhe day of
No1 M. W.YOUNGBILOOD.
r IIE Partnership heretofurc existiug be
L tween the subscribers. in the name of
Brannton & Alundy, was dissolved on tIhe first
by of January last; the name of the firm % ill
ntiy be used to close its business. and W. B.
Brannum is dnly authorized to settle the same.
W. B. BRANNON,
L. II. MUNDY.
All those indebted, either by note or account'
for 1640 and 1841. will please call and make
payment immediately. as it is abisolutely neres
oary that the busine-s he closed up, longer indul
gence will not be given.
V. B. DRANNON.
L. It. MLNDY
Nov. 3:t 42
THE U. DISTIiuCT COuRT,
DISTRICT or 14OUTH CAROLIA'
IN HNK RUPTC Y.
W I)EREAS Flisha Lyon. Planter of Ah.
hev ille District. '. C. hails tiled a peti.
6,in lra.1ing that he' inay be declared i latik
runt. purounantto the act of Congress or tlt u
State,s, made, and now in force. concernin-r
Baikrupts, and that he miay have the benefit of
the said act; this is to give notice of the said
petition, and that a hearing thet eof will be hal
before the linuorable Robert B. Gilchrint,Jndge
of the said Cotrt, at a Court to be holdet at the
Federal Court House, in Charleston.on Mon.
day, the fith day of Decemher next, at elrven
n'clock, A. M , at which place and time all per.
sots interested may appear and ahew caie. ir
3ny they have, why the prayer of the said 1e.
tioner should nest be grauted.
Charleston, 7th day wf Novebnier. 11-42.
I. Y. GRAY. C.rk.
Nov- 16 t 42
W ILL lIE SOLD, on Thursdny the 15th
December next, at (l!d rownt, pilanta.
tis.[neir Louisville. Jefferisn county.Georgil,
frameighty to one huidred NE.GRHOES. as
likely. skili'ul and well diocipliied. as any Ne
groes in the country; the vame being a par
the planitation fore i of the lat Fit
simmons. and sold for the benefit of his heire
The teri will be rashi. an the sale pnsitivet
and the ntegroe- will bse oT'ered. with a.few -
ceptions. in lot to itu bidders.
ROBERT F. POE.
WILI.IAIM J. EVE.
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
Nov IG t 42
ILL BE St)LD, at ihe late residence of
W B. A. Wallace. dec'd.. on Tuesday the
ixth day ofh Decemnber next, a part of the Real
and Personal Estate of said ieceased,
Consisting of shout ten Negroes. Iloree".
Cattle, Hogs. Corn and Foddcr. Plantation
Tools. Barouch. Sulky, and Wazon, Honseboild
and Kitchen Fnrniture. &c. The above pro
perty will be sold on a credit of twelve isonths.
Coonoiting of thes lIon-se and L.ot. where theo
deceased lived atthe time of his de-ath. to whirh
is attached two acres, nmore or less, stilal tih
The Storelouse and Lot occupied by G. L.
& E. Penn & C49., size of the Lot to be made
known on the day of sale.
The Hotise oerupoied by the Messrs. Dr.
Brts, as an Apothecary's Shop, to which will
be attached a-Lot firty feet in front and thirty.
fve reet deep.
The tract.or Land about two miles from
Edgbeld v' Adinig C. J. Clov@r. S.
ChristiJei ef containing- thiee hudred"
acres, more or lea, and
The Piney Woods tract. adjoining the lands
.f Maj. J. IJeer. Rosel. BIalock. and others.
cotinmrg threec hundred arid twenty acres
more or lo0..
rThe Real 7...ate to be sol on a cerit of .ie.
tweo and thre yearnt the seceond anal third in
atahanet tao bear ieterenst afterthe e.xpirstion
of twelves moontht4s 'om the day of sale.. 'rhe
purchasers itn eaach case to give. nanes with ap.
trovuad sacuritiaes, and a mtortga::e o'f the Real
is right of h i efe.
Nov13. 3t 42
houese d Lot for Psale.
TOHE 1stb.crih'ar mitend
inig to aeseve to his bnild
S ihg. Istely ereted li thme
'ittzneighlboeod, offers for sale,
his hlinae and Lot itn the
Town eaf Edgefisld. The
Hue'a een entirelyarchnikl in the last 8
years, it lhas 8 ranse and 6I tire plac..s: 6 ot
the roomin are large and' comtfervable. Th'ie Lot
ha-4 fonr ae'ree, ands then out-honie.. are all nlew
andl in ::ood repair. excepi the stabb-.. Thirty~
scre..o waood-batnd ins leaIf a'mtiln of the prm
s wvil bie ...s n ith the ab'ove, ifdsesire~d ;an
t. whle wvill be dise;sesned eofont acconmaaedset
ing termt, teo atn approve~d h'urchner.
Nov. 16 if 4?
Douse and l~ot For Sale.
'N l li~E'lribe~r sffe-rs bsr Sale eor Henot.
(anal pos,..ioni given, ont the Is~t Jiana
ry' next )h.-- I~ine ands 1-st in P,,nersville.
TIertms. 12 mosnlths crediet. The etn elling i.s a
comnffibe one story, with the neccssary out
I. G. HOLLISTER,
Oct. ith, 1842 tf 37
A LARGE & SPLENDID) STOCK
OF D)RY G OODS-Chrap for C'ash.
C HARLE.S SANFORD. late wheolesale
dealer ins thme City ofI New York. has ta
ken a Store next to el r. llunter'is lIntel, in
lamiburg. 8. C.. where Ihe has taken his entire
Stock of Dry Goods,
To which hse would respecttfully iinvite the at
tention of those wishing any artice in Isis tine.
feelintg confidenit that the cheapness of his goods
will otrer many indateetnents to -those~that ex
amine Is stock. Miy only ssbject beinig todis
pose of my stuck, but little or no.*dvance from
first cost will he asked.
Country Merechants will find.'Goods at ANew
York prices at Use above pslace.
llnmhuirg. Novr. 5. 1842. if 41
TIlE CELEBRATED) hOutSE
A RG Y LE,
Will standl at Edlgefield Court Ilonse,
next spring seasaon. at prices to sit the
WM. Ii. MA YS.
No", 2. l1842. i f 40
A P'PLICATIO)N willhle mnasde te the Legis
lature ofthsis 8tate at its next session, that
all the rightt and title of thei State, to all the es
tae, real and personal, whereof the late Col.
Christiatn Breithanapt. or Gertrude Jacobu, his
widow, was seized or possessed at the time of'
has or hier death, sod particularly certain lots itn
the Town of H amburg. supposed to heeschaeat.I
ed. ma~y be vested in Osaian Gregory, andi Sn.l
sani a natural dauighter of atidl Christ ian, one or
A,.,m.t 17 tso
Edgefleld MPale .'Icademgr.
T HE uedersignsed Tusteesof this ln-si
tution, take this method of informing tie
public that they have esagaged, to take charge
)I the School the next year. M r. Joux W.. Lm
lie. a graduate of the South Carolin Collpgg.
sd brother too the getilen'an who. with .o
intch credit to linmsel, nd benefit totise psublic.
eorducts the Greenwood School in Abbeville
51r. Lely akes chsrge or our School under
s pledge that lie intenade to devote oe years
of his life to the business of teaching. and in
suchs a pledge the Trnai-tees datter the umielves
mny be found, a sure goaralaty that the School
will be re-established or'n a soaund basis.
Aware of somne of the objectioi.l to Villag"
Schoeols. the underaigned asaur, tho public thai
they will nameevery eSertion so remnve snch as
are well founded.' They will it.e, all proper
measures to re'trict tioee.pensesrthestudentm,
within the lisitit o rigid ecosiny. guarding;
with the ctirrtest scntity. nlcgatoh all extravn.
gtre sand dtiapilianon: and thjel bog cu-opera
tion of pareiits unmd guardias in etTcuting so de
sirnle nn object.
The teri will ho tie' 'nme as those or tih
Greenwood Selhooml: and tie Academic votar will
be divided into two oeuitss of fiv e intle catch -
tie Grst wsiln to c.imensce on the firist Mon
day in Jauuary, and the second on the first 1on
day of in ecaci year.
N. L GIIFFIN,
R. G. MAYS,
F. If. WARDLAW.
Nov. 10 tj 42
ALUM SPRING P ILLS~
Fol- T-r cCae: or
Dysperpsia, Scrofulous and Chronic Lirer
T HESE Pill" are prepared ly Dr. S.
R. ( aImiell, froomm the nuter of ti..
highly celebrated Mi eral $prings. in
Rockbrid;:e county Va., culled the Ainn,
Spring,. These waters in their elcajM
tilionl the system are ionic, iuctreiasing thme
appetite, and promoting digt~etioni the are
alternative. exciting the secreltitn o the
glandular % stein genierally. and partio.lar
of the liver and kiilney-t they are catfmroc.
producin; copiwns. shark, hilians evac;-.
timn; and th.-y alm Orct a duecrmiinia:w
to the surface. increwaing the perhpira'im..s
From tile cotbination or all these efferb
upon the system. they are a grealt pui ifier of
the hood, and cqnalizer of the cliculition,
The effect of the Pill.. ronde from the
waters, are in all respects. similar to thy
water itself. and each plill iS equal to a com
mnon glass of water. For the cure or ih.
above diseases. aum all other chronic (or
>low) ,liaerises. preseverance ins the use of
thee Pill-, accrding t.. the directions giv.
en in the samail bill, scoinfmnying the
pills, is all iimportm.1; Umi if they are pier
veringly used as directed, a cure may be
mhore c--rtrairilv expected. tanms under noy
other treatlment hereitmrore discovered. ex.
rpt from the use ofithe water, from which,
:ey are prepared cilier by an attendant-o
at the Spingp or otherwise. They very
speedily cure diarrhwas attended with
aridity of the Stotael, artl what is com
nonly called heart-burn; two or three pil's
may he taken at any time, when the stomn
ach is troubled with acidity, with the bap
piest effect. These Pills "aI" Irn excel
lent effect in Preventing t4attacks of4
nmrvans or alk-bead ees ,hoti:hhrW. to
Wpills shotild bdtake at once hic the
syn ptomsrei fest.
These waters are on elfestoal remedy
for all hetnnrrhages; .ial as the Pills have
theasamea effect in oiher cases, is imslbelieved
they wi'l also have slae some effect in cases
of hemorrhage. They enare 'dropsies in
soame cases. but are riot an inftalible remse
J4 inuall cases sarahis di..ease.
From she ellicacy of these waters and
piills ins psi fying the blood, tihey are ini
valuable in she enare of all diseses of the
skin, anal all indolaenat sores, not disposed to'
a healthy actiont. In the use of themn for
suich diseases, if tihe diseac of thme skin ap
pears ato be rietatedl at firea.alt if time uleers
becomie mosre insflstmedl tasse iicharge snore
freey, lea neat thiscircumitonce alarm any
otne. or dleter hifaitn(tu persevering in their
use. heme are evidensces oft time good ef
fects ofn the Pills in c~pelling the vitiated
humsors fromn the blood to thea sturface, and
unmtil thme blood i-. pauriried.,-nich disease cams
noims he cured. lin scrofulonts ulcers, the
sase of these waters amsi pai lls. intvariaably
camuse them tin dischanrge mosre freelv. and.
isa a shoirt ii, timeC a msore henahby umppena
ance. They sare a very usseful ren-edy isa
C'hmaera Intf:msnru oar the summner hoinel
comptalaint~ iin chaldrens; as also for ex peclling~
worsims fromam childlren. Th~ey imma tedia e
ly give a godas apapemite, pronisire dligestion,
atnd will ehfesually cairrect anad cure acidhi
ty mof she stomsach. From their clesantssig
andl psiriflyingta eff1er ct pona thte hslesd; andai
fromn thme tane. viigoar tad enaergy whichl
their opieraion ir marts to the whole 'svstem
the.y will be thmund a great p~revenastave ofi
the fe'ers, a licha preaii ini low and un
healthsy regions; hsence, pertsons living iu
such regins, will 1ind it greatly to their
advamntage to use the pills, fist a fortnight,
at the commanenceimenat of every spring and1
fall seasona, as a pret enthative, amid to build
up cotnstistutin bruken daown by previous
[ These Pills -tre a valuable assistamut to
the use anid ellicacey of suiphooums and sa
line i metal waters, and three (it four of
them tasken each day, at ditferenut times,
which in attendansce at other mineral
sp)rintgs, wonuldi addl gr.eatly to the earativa
effeceta of these waters.
These waters an- 11ll are worthy oaf
the notice onf the Mledical Faculty: anid in
their hands would be a valuable article in
the treatmet of many diseases, othern iso
munmanagable. In amentot rhea, dysmen -
orrhea andI lutchorrha, the waters rof
the Alum Sprige are peculiarly efIe
cacious ; and we believe the pills m-ade
froam these waters, would have she aamo
effect its the treatment of those diseases..
that the water laos; therefore, we~ woubt,
trecommend a trial of them, by thse Farul
ty, itn those diseamses. Those Ifills nare easi
hy taken, hatvinsg no nauseou~s taste, are
perfectly safe in all cases where active fe
ver does not exist anad do not sicken per
sons while using them.
Just received and, for sale by J. D.
TIIIBETS. at the Edgefield Shoe Saoro
may i, S4 sfi15.
ST ORiE T O R E.'T.
T iW Stmore adjommm tsmmrs. Fraier &
Addi.om. it is we**; fittest up for a Dry
Gonods, Clothing or Shoe Store, haugnire of