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d had . d an ll*whebf
6y to the .gh; that you
'ieaoIgtgstily mlted to joilge.
hadete Judgut ad bung aronud
an elf torturing ctiots, from
I yvou found no e and which
t'well make you e claim, '1 have
no peace." It is a part of the beau
I harmonv 4f God's providence, that
stingS l xuiilt form a portion of the
'7 amt hourly punishment whih pur
m e man of blood. from the moment
ofhis crime, and thus furnish aid to the
imperfectionof human tribunals. As you
ea have no hape of escape frot the pun
Ishmet which those are about to infiet,
ad which will elose your career in this
world, let me implore you to banish from
your siad all other thoughts thea those
which arise out ofa habitual eottempla
aies of the ebange that awaits you. and
he urrible event which has brought it
aboa. - When, by thorough self-exami a
t'u. and deep and entinual reflection.
ou- have brought your mind to a full sense
of your great transgressaom, and its couse
gaeces to vourself and others, approach
the tbrone ;( Grace with an humble and
Engane the services of these holy Min
jam or ReUgion, whoe pe v ence and
plasure izis loaid the sinner in his strug
Ile for salvation, and whose earnest ef
with yogr own unceasitg prayer'.
insW epswr youe mied for the reception
of tGe beSt trutbs of religion. ani. as we
believe. may implant a hope of final IeSIo
ration to the favor of your Maker. That
soch may be the happy imue of those ex
ertions. which it behooves you to make i6
my sincere raVA.
Cwgssr..-The correspmndent of the Char
lson Calnier. under date of the 22d ult. says:
"The Court of Inqui ordeped in the case
ofthe mutiny on boardof the Sewsr isso cn
glitsted as in comand the entire coflidence of
the country The selection ol the Judge Ad.
vocate is a fortunate one. .- Hoffman hes
bimself served as a midshipman is the Navy.
was for ma.y yars a presecttlng attorney
- New York. is intimate acquaintanice wth
habits and character of seaman. and his
nowledge of the naval service. a ill enable him
arrive at the truth of the whole matter when
- comes to be enquired into.
"The Senate. this runtiing, paned. Mr. Ben
lu'rslutions ofinquiry concerning the gain.
tuple treaty. after modhify tg it so ga t cal. on
y for such inalrmation as ouli he furnishe:d
with due t a to the - public service. .Mr.
Beston's aroution :nquirimg what propositinas
have been made to the Government for the ae
samption of the state debts were objected to.
en the I nd that there was no credence that
any suc proposition had ever been made. But
the resolution was adopted Th-rd have been
several tudividual applicatiota.. both to the Fx
ecutive and to Congres. to pay portions of
Stara bonda-particularly those of Missiwppi
"Nearly the whole day wasorcupied with a
disenseion of Mr. Liem's bill to rnfund to Gen.
Jacksm the thousand dollar fine. with interest.
aicted on hau, by the court, in New urleans.
iml814. Mr. Lin wished to have the bill read
athird timne at once, and. if aity debate war
wished. itanight be bad on the passage.
.bra long debate.in which Messrs. Crit
t Evans, Huntington. Lann.and Bayard,
4art the bill was posponed till Tuesday
T 'i. civil and diplomatic appropriation bill
xhe House was read and refered.
the Hose, the Bankrupt Repeal bill
have bes hken uy, but Mr. Fillmore
I tlhat the . packets usnit be made
I . - Pock,,&U are twant or money
rsa erisued that a&twe o'elack, the bill
,ha sertsdasd the debuts ended."
same correspOiiient under dale of the
ne edditional facts have beenastated bere
a day or two, on gamin authority,.mu re
o .0 the Someesa mutanmy. which seem to
at the first impressions en the public
in the sulbct acre eiidently coruict;
t th cousse taken by Cayt. McrKenzie
es. ary for thme defence ot the ship and
-> 3.i ofthe ofars.
" It now appears that yonng Spencer, while
the vessel was on the coa ofAfnica, prcured
a farge quantity of Spanish knives. tuteaded
only for murder. r~e found weretad on the
persons of the on rates; and. lurthmei. that
the arrangement for the mutiny and fur the ail
ofla "confederate," at the Ile of Piaea. were
also made on the coast of Aftrica. Further. it
appeari thatom the let of December, when the
ezecation took place. time vesasers crew was
far from bein in a Mtale of quiet. as has been
avowed, that te officers had lost qi command
over theship, and that the crew w n an state
of ede and violent agitaion and excitement,
rng uon open mnutiny, which would
a have broken out, hadl not the officers de
toezecnte the three ringleaders. The
'hadl the immsediate effect to crush
, o-day.a meshsgecwasrefeiv
resident in reply to ther resolu
aab Mr. Benton, asking whether
u. ~,the assinmption or guarn-.
pmumdb'by the gomvernmmenmt of the
"Mr'. . states thatino such pra.
glad so- , a erwise." was made.
- ..3- . albe was
fel inuty a y m a
ofjnstic e d . avng. ama wonder
cesier th priate aset at tea o add.
" Theewi afm ~ er.t t r
the dayadoer..A ,tes roiase
[P'n the N.O. Twpic.j
.TEXAS MA TTERS.
fnformaate was received in this eity
~riasy, froam Teas, that the divisio
intearmy of the West had at lest ended
is da ope rut r. Abutd 2 cih
wimaw.fm am under the Corn.
gac, oertenew organization. O
Gee. Someryell, it will be remembered.
was Gen. Houston's man. and the army,
finally disgusted with his delay. left his
command. His whole taree before the
dtv Sm~Cending to the latest accounts,
Oeqtil -asve consisted of more that 1000
me.na s.Cooke, sgd L.ient. C'ol. Hocw.
ard wove both attached to the Santa Fe
c edilie wi e he r veaterday that by
the arrival of the Britisjh Steamer Dee. at
Havana.s few days aeo.newa was brought
that on the 24th of Nov.. she new war
steamer Momteznma, with 16i0 men. as
at ahe Island of St. Thomas, .sn its way
to Mexico via IHavana. Thei Mni- zestms
is probably with the Mesienn fiet b.y this
tme_ ,e d wil -rv a ve .. ..idbl
aeeeson. it will be remembered ihat
she carries two 68 and eight .t! pounders
-all Paxsian guns.
Pem the Charestn Courier.
We copy the follnwing front the New
York Journal of Comneree. On reading I
it, a friend present. ob-rrved that it was a I
matter of regret that the importation bad
n-t been received, for there wts such a
'plentiful scareity of deaths." in this see
tion of country, that the voetaries of Escu
lapius could not pnssibly be supplied with 1
the requisite quantity orsabljeets. A ref
erence to our weekly hilli of mortality will
prave thst there is much truth in the re
lutereratmg Exportation of Dead Bodia.
-Yesterday morning a barrel was carted
down to the brig Moon. n Charlesian
Packet. Iviog at the foot of Pine-street. di
rected to Garvin & Hlaynes, Augusta. (i ,
care of M. Martin. Charleston, S. Caroli
na. The captain of the vessel suspectinti
that all was not right. in relation to the
caskJad it opened, and it was found to
contain two female bodies. tne a white
eau.an, about 25 years old, the other a
colored woman, about 40. The bodies
were preserval in Spirits of Wine. The
captain had the Coroner informed on the
subject. .,nd an inquest was held no the
bodies. A surgeoti examined them and
was satisfied they died of disepse, and the
Jury returned a verdict that they came to
their death from csses unknown. It is
supposed the bodies were intended for dis.
President Tyler -We are surprised
at andl pained by the bitter and personal
assults on President Tyler and isii Admin
istration by Democratic papers. Cui bo
no ? What if we do not agree with them
in all things. still we have great cause of
gratitude to Preaident Tyler for many of
his public aetl, especially Itis peusevering
vetde% of a National Bank. and other ex
ceedinglv ohnoxiuns Whig measures, in
oppasition so bis own party. Thee thinsr
hnould snot the forguatenm. wlen we feel cal
leel upon to oppose, andl -thbold prompjet u.
t. ** praise where we can, :snd censure
where w- must;" ts censure. in such case,
calmly rind respectftihr. as a tiuty, and'
not with untneessary hiiteruers and per
4'aality. 11, fla surely enotgh of them
fain the Whigs-sh"merel upon him with
a rabid vireaence. i. jus-stie. aad slfish
na-,. merely for h's baonotr adherence to
his prinaciples :.nd the ;ublie gotd. whiech
may well entitle li'm to the respect and
mspa:ly of the %.hole Democratic party.
Laughable.-The Lexington (Ky.) In
telligencer of the 2d inst., says. that ott the
Wednesday uight previous. at the usual
hour the stage from Maysville to that
place drove up to Breunan's Hotel, the
to'ir of the coach was opened fur the Is
watgers to alight, and the waiters btuied
themselves in taking off' the baggage, of
which there was a large quantity. The
baggage was all renaved. but no passen
,ers appeared. The driver was interro
gatel as to what bad become of them,
when le then, for The frst time, discover
ed that thev were not In the stage, and
had been left at the last stand. nine miles
from town. where they had all got out to
The Best Directory-to find out who are
per. Here may be round the name. and
residence of thousands of persons-some
of whom are good paying subscribers, and
therefore may be trusted and nonfided in
-atud some owe for, one, t wo and three
years. who from iheir indifference, never
think of paying for value received. We
always take it for rgranted, that a uman who
"pays the printer," may be trusted with
A F aras.-T1he Miner's (Pa.) Jonrnal,
states that quite a seriouts an'ray occurred:
it the borough of Wilkesbarre, on Tues
day night last, in colnsequnence of an at
tempt madte by a gentlIemen of Mary
land to recover t'wo slaves who absconded
from him a fetw week. previous. Upw ards
of one hundred blacks, and nearly the
same nimper of whites were concerned
in the fraeas-the blacks having at first
resisted the attempt to recover the runa
ways, whien the whites volunteered to
assist the owner in capturin: them. Ma
ny persons were injured on, both sides, so
much so. that so:ne are not expected to.
live. The owner was finall1y beaten off.
and returned home aftor having olerod a
reward for the alleged silaves.
Protecting the Peocpe.-Is is intimated
in the Ohio papers that the State Vill re
charter atlthe specie'paying Banks whose
charters will expire the coming year. un
der some strong restrictions-amnong other
conditions, that of the liability of the pri
vate pprty of the Directors, and a large
safety fund will be required.
Rathier Teugh.-The Philadelphia that
Tintes saysi-' A curious thing occur
~0pFeurth street last Saturday. A
ndeamsn actually pawned 'a biaby,"
dlason this "pledge" o
child. ohe fule afterwards with the
hildeus to e ~ana of the Pour, but
I tatal hesag - ~'ythting to do with it
,pldgd. months ar..p, for whbich it is
During the presedw year the Ne* 'lrk
Fre deparrtne t has expaendegg,* g e-~j
..d' dtd'hra e and their orphan
EDGEFIELD lIEAT COMPANY
YOU are ordered to Parade for
firill.aa Edgefield C. H.on Saturday
the 11th of February next, armed
an quepped according to law.
Capt. COG BUR N.
BACON, o. s.
jand 46 49 ,
I Jsa~cer-si and fue sale, on conagwaen,,
by ii. L.JEFFELd.
a-bur.. Dec. .,1842 47
-1U sitken tis thiat biad t witing hearts."
On Thurslay the 15th ult.. by the Rev. 2
Nakins, Mr. E. S. MOSLIT. to Min E aI
)oziat. all of this District.
On the 18th ult. by the Rev. J. Reedy. Mi
;ANUIL M. CHsstrPUL.. to Miss %IAR GA
IAN. all of this District.
On the 21st ult. by the Rev. Wm. Lloys
Ir. HEST KIv, to Miss MaR Gaat . I
On the d OIL, by the Rev. Win. Lloyd. M
V. F. PRSCOTT. io Mis ALreS. deighier
WV. Holmes, Eaq., all at this Districi.
At Liberty Hl, on the 99td ult.. by the Re
lohn Trapp. Mr. WILE Tsurwsaa-. to Mi
FaAscits C. DawsoX. all of this District.
When Man in Eden found a welcome place.
Care set depicteRd on his noble race;
For one. ite wished in whom he coukl eonfi&
With him to @well; o'er Eden's bowers presid
[;ad saw his state and with compassion'd lool
Forth from his side a single rib be tookt -
)f this he made a fom divinely air,
And gave to Man to sotIS his every care.
On the 27th of Dect.. by the Rev. D I
Brunson, the Keva F. F. Size. (formerly c
latimore. Md.) to Mim aa&v Anx. datughtt
,f Capt. Richard Parkes, all of this District.
As lsqac and Rebecca given.
A pattprn. chaste sad kind:
so way this married couple live,
And die in friendship join'd.-Rippon.
On Thoraday the 29th ILt., by the Rev. hI
Lloyd. Mr. F. 'H. Roea. to Miss C. A. Lis
SCIERM, all of this district.
On the 29th ILt. by James Tompkins. Eat
Ufr. J. E. McDAntsL, to Miss Faaxescs lox
ill of this District.
from the ilamburg Joural.
TO THE PLANrERS OF THEUP
The two following paragraphs may b
of somte benefit to the planters who trat
to this and the Augusta market. especia
ly to those along the Savnnab river.
will be seen that the distance ene wo
from Delaughter's bridge to Hamburg.
about the satme, as per the cenificgle
Mr. Burckhalter, deputy ssurveytor. Ther
fcre those who are disposed to go by Fury
Ferry, will do better to cross at Delaug
er's bridge, and first try the H1ambuf
mnrket-thns having the advantage
two important cities.
The toll at Delaughter's bridge is oi
ly 37J cents Cn a w agmn; and as it will I
seen. the lambura market can be testei
acd if the planters. are ot satisfied, ti
ridge cau be crossed free.
WVagonus gting the other route. wi
have only the Augusta market to trade i
At the request of Mr. Abs alum Delaugl
ter. I have surveyed we followinig road
iz: The road trading from rhe bridge i
Augusta It the new bridge on Stephen
ereek; thence to the fork, near Fury's fe
ry, and find it to be 144 miles 8 clains
thence from said fork of the road. hy Fury
ferry, to the upper market house, in A
gusta. 14 miles mud 15 chains.
Certified the 17th August. 1839.
WM. BURCKIIALTER, o. s.,
Inm Couctu., November 6th, 1841.
R ESOLVED. That the Committe
gns and cart
wagon who 1
Coneil is pg
or the Mayor. tar tue taebit al those
3 C. SNEAD. Clerk.
Augusta, Ga., November 22, 1842.
THOSE indebted to thie late firm of Sert
ranos 4 MVeqg, are rqested to miake il
mediate payment to the acbu ribesr. at the stn
of Slessrs Bland & Butler. as long--r id
caln~tbe CHAS. A. MEIGS.
j-in 4 4t 49
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Drs
.ton Corneett. der'd., are requested
make payment immediately. atnd those havi
demands against said cstate, arc regnsesteid
render them in.hy the first of May, propeli
attested. THO0S NICHIOLs, Adns'r.
jan 4 2a 2na 49
70 person. from this date, lias any rit
whatever, t.. receive any amount of n
nsey due me. without my crder.
All persons wbo may be indebted, ihr we
dlone at the Saw Mill. last year. are requcet
not to pay over any monies. tuntill Mr. H ole,
back and the subscriber has settled their bua
neu. JOHN~ SWE AI(ENGEN. Seni'r
jan 4 4t 46
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Eli
Graham, deec'd.. are requested to mu
payment by the 6rst day of Februaary next.a
those having claims against said estate to ri
der them, by that timne. properly attesred.
M. GRA HAM. Admainiutratur
Jan 2@ 411
ILL persons indebte.d to the estate car J
SThointon. dec'd., are regnteited to em
payment immediately. and thcose hav'mg
mends againstsaard estat. are requested-lto r'
der thetn, propetly auz~etd
WM. ii. WILLIS
jan3 3 411
jL Lpersons baeving d nand.e ag~aii
?Uthe Estate of Win. E. y~ielil, d
ceased, are hoe'ef notified to render the
in to the subscriber duly attested. al
those imdebtedtaasaid Estate are request
to make immediate payment.
L. H.MONDAy. Adm'r.
January 2, 1812 2c 49
Y an order from the Ordinary w
B will prneeda to sell, at the late ret
deo of Caleb Holloway. deceased.
Friday the 13th inst., all of his stock, coi
isting of Hlorses. Cows, Hns. Plsssaatic
Fool.. Corn, Fodder, and IHousehold ar
Kitches, Furniture.- The terms of .ale
>e made known on the day of sile,
Jant. 2t. 4
THE EIGEFIELD VILLAGE
Female Academy. .
H E Esercises of this Institution will
_ close for the present year. on Fri
sy The2d of December, and they will be
,sumed on Monday the 2d day of Janua- pl
(. 1843. D
The price of Board is lowered in conse- ; I
eance of the pressure of the times, noi
ae price Musicper quarter at 812 5j: '
ud the use or the Piano to $2.
WILLIAM B. JOHNSON, Recior.
Jan 4.1843 21 49
LL persons indebted to me by note, C
bill or otherwise, must settle by the to
5th of February next. Hereafter no f,
redit will be given in the Pot Office, for
etters, Papers. &c. As no respect to di
etsnus will be paid, none need aI . di
ARRANGEMENT OF MAL S.
The Augusta Stage arrives on Monday'.
'hureday's and Saturday's, at half pas: 6,
s.M. Mails closed the preceeding even- .
igs at 8 o'clocks
Leaves for Augusta Tuesda 's, Thurs
11's aud Sunday's, at 12 M. ail closed
t I A.MAl.4
Aiken Stage arrives and departi as
hove. eacept it arrives on Tuesday's and in
aves on Wednesday's. 01
b7Pows Office open on Sunday from
1 A. M. tu I P. M.
W. FRAZER. P. M.
Jan.4, if 49
List of Letltts
P EMAINIG in the Post Office, of
C Edgefield C. H.. on the thirty-br.t
By of December, 1842.
07 Persons etiquiting for letters fon this
ist will please menion it.
ranner. George Blair. James
lird, Eldred St. Boaks, Mrs A. C.
Ihuich. U. Commissioners of Fie" c
1rawford James L. Sibhuls. -, p
)niels. Dunn. Wm. V.
orn, Win. B.
der. Ierbert B. Earle. [Ion. B. J
Freeland, Messrs J. M. C. & D.
;rifin. R. C. 7 Green. Cinda
;iamrer. Mrs. Joanda Groazliam. L. D.
rillmi, James B. Galman, Henry B.
Jnscher. Benj. W. H1ardin. William
Ielem, Marquis or Wtn Holklway. G. W.
Baily [fill. Miss
l u', Mrs. !Iarsh I1. Anghia, Dati 0.
oles. William Hatcher, Miss Lucinda
eard. Isaae T. Harris. Moses
rrison. Wiley Hay & Daniel,
ail, Mrs. Mary
entry, ordon Johnson. Joseph J.
elly, John M. Kirkland. Miss Eliza
ey J. C. G. Kennerly, a. W.
.ee. Franken . Lanham. Reason
Manham, Thos. W. IOw. Mr.
blartin, George P. Miller, James M.
Iarch. Be, - - . Gideon
. ,..., ,, . ,. s .ua,.. Delilah
tiler, Mrs. Gertrude Roper. Joel
Eza Parkins,or'Mrs.Reynolds, R. II. or
David Danny. frienads,
tarks. Win. Stevens. D. R.
Sieg, Elder F. F 8hindlerRecv. Rob.!'
Siapkins, Maj. A.
raylor, Thomas Turfer, Henry C. C
Vernon, Mr's. G. 1H.
WhilockC, Mrs. Eliza. Wash. Julhn
beth Williamb, klenlry .\.
Whitle. Eliza Witaker. He~ny
Watson. Tilirnan Ward, R.
White. Joseph Mt. A ilson. Alfred
Watkins, George aenr.Wa'sun. Eiijaha
Watkins. Calah Whiatlock. Dear Misai
Watt'. David Perme-lia
Mt. FRAZIER. P. M1.
Jbsan uar. 324. (103 I) tor4
Ne DBot & fWhoe tr.
ru si E Sutst~raber respeerfuliy autasn
.his friends and the citizens nl Edlge
iekl District generally, tiat on the 9tt iaast.
t will open a Boor and Shoe Estaiblish-.
nent in thu Town of Edgefield. 'vhecre all
inds of work in his line wilt be neatly and
ervicea bly executed..
Good Hides of every description will bc "
tatered f'or, or boughit for Cash.
All persons indebted to me by note or
took account, are requested to comie for
ward o payr u p; a.I mm very much in .
rant of money and nor being very desi.
us of putting their accounts in the hands
af an fficer for collection. .
MICHAEL L. GEARTY.
January 4, 14 3t .19 a
LL persons indebted to the estate ..t W m. e
J. Gliover, dec'd.. either by Note or1
ioik Account, are requested to come forward
utnd etue with Captain G. Hhoalin. with wheum
be Notes and A.-.consias are deposited for enl
ction. As longer indulgence cannot be given.
busS wishin to s cost will du well to avail
esselves ofthis-opptortitiy. as the Notes -
ad Accounts wit' he put in the hands of an
dficer for collection, without respect to per
on.. Those having demands against the MaidJ
state are requested to hand thema in. legally p
t - ed.
CHARLES J. GLOVER, EzeCaUTr. a
Dec.27 if 48
IPr. .INE G. WILLAAI%,
FFERSi his pro--ssonmt service, to the -
etiz,-ns or Edgefield villages a.d adjace~nt
ountrv, and can be fonnd. hy e~atling at d. F.
iode's dwelling, at all times.
as... e 0 o
Executive Dep' z.ent.
M. F. ARTHUIt his hen appdted
W scretary ofState. by His Excelleney
Go'er. r Hammond, fur the aspzpired term
of M. L-thrde. re4Md. whidspioininem
will take effect on 1st of Jamisry ".
r. By order.
a B. T. WATTS, Es. L danr.
E.eCtiVC DeMpartmenL I
carVINUAa Dec. 6. ism.
By James IL. Hammoud, Emi ,Comerno and &W
Commsander-iss-Chief, in and over de State
r- of South Carolina. . . ,
W- HEREAS. the Legilatare of South
Carolina, at its ish Session, passed
An Act I arrange the Stailinto Districts for
i. the ElectionRepreentalisintheCongress
of- the United States and for Aher purposes."
and divided the State into sern Coanression
aI Districts, of which. the nied Districts of]
Spartanbnrg Union. YorkIand Chester, co- d
sttute one, to be known ash Grst Congres
e sional District; the united itsoPickens.
Andersou. Greenville, and rena Constitute
e one, to be known as the e Co 'nal
- District; the 11ied Districts of Lcaster,
It Kershaw, Faib"ed, Riehland, and Sumter,
y constitute one, to be known ts the third Con
Is gressional District; the united Districts of
,r thesterleld. Marlborngh, Darintn. Ma
. ion, Hofy, Georgetown. and Wi msburg,
constitute one District, Me be kown as the
fourth Congressional District: the united Dis
t icts ofAhoeville. Newberry, Edgefeld, and
' Lexington, to constitute one District, 6, be
It known as the fifth Cangressional Districts the
Diotrict of Charleston. exclusive of the Parish
. of St. John's, Colleton. constitutes one District.
e to be known as the sixth Congressional Di
trict: the uittted DistrictsofOrngeburgBarn
' %welI. Beaufort. Colleton, and the Parish of St.
John's. Colleton, constitute one Districi, to be
known as the seventh Congressional District.
Now. therefore. 1. James H. Hammond. Go
. ernor as aforessid. #a think proper to make
known and proclaim. that each of the amid Dis.
tricts Po constituted, will seWa one Representa
live to tle House of tepresentatives of the
Utaited Stateo. who is to be chosen by the per
ants qualified to vote for Members ofthe House
of Representatives to the next Congress will be
it hlel an the TIRilD MONDAY IN FEBRU
'' ARY, AND DAY FOLLOWING, at the
r same places, and be condacted by the same
; Managers. and in the same manner, as the
s eloi.tion of trembers of the State Legislature.
. Given under my hand and Sod of State.
at Columbia. nt the 26th day of Decem
ber. one thousand eight hundred and
forty-two. aid ths sixty-seveuth year of
J. H. HAMMOND.
31. Ltsonoz, Sav of State,
J ian 4 49
.ano nauper es mnere-pnee e~ ot a year.
The PLIMaK will be the ofgagn of the
State Agricultural Society and its auxiliaries,
but will not be devoted exclusively to Agricul
ture The attentioan will ho patd tn general
Snewt and the steate ofjhe Columbia ead Char
leston merkets, wul'eb the growing trade and
.consa~ene of ant town require. andthe pro.
. Iee,-dinge of the Legislatuire reported in a con
"e densed form The edifnt wil'l endeavor, by
"giving a dune portion wf his cohumns to litera
ture. morals, science, &c.. to masks bis paubli
Ication a pleasasot and useful family paper.
Payment in be made on the receipt of the
.- first No. to the publishers or any of their agenis
in the lifierent Districb.
y- Jan 4 if 43
it Ad iitetr Sale.
to V~ permis'ion of 0. Towles, Ordlinary
1~I) ol Edgefceld D)isriet, I shall on Tues
day the 17th Januar3, proceed to bell at
-. the late residlence ofWin. H. Yetdeli, de
ceased. all the sonha prosporty ofsaid de
bt reased. c'onsisting of twenty -t'our likely
0. Negroes, Hordes. Malee.. Cattle. Hones,
Sheop, Corn, I'odde' Oats, household
rk and kitcen furniture. also about twenty
Cdfve bales of Cotton, .ogether with many
other articles not enumerated. The above
proaperly to he sold os a credit until the
25t'h of December nOtt, uistbaseru being
- required to give bondwih two approved
securities. l'he plattation will also lie
en rented at the jamge tiuie and place.
ke L. H. flEUNDAY, Adm'r.
nd January 2. 1842 2t 49
,taLte of South Carolina.
- . Y OLIVER T*WLEs5, Esquire.
ob E Orintary of Edg6'eld'District.
ke Whereas, James 31 Harrison, hath ap
le- plied tome for Lttes of Administration
"- o all and silagularill goods and chattels,
rights and credits ofkry ilartison, late of
the District aforeisaid,teceased.
These are. therefore to cite and admon
,an all and singular, th kindred and credi
tora of the said deceas~i, to be add appear
at before me. at nur neat ~rinarfhs Cou rt for
e- the said District to be kden at Edgefield
"m Court House on the 14th January, 1842.
te to show caase, if a'ay *by the said Ad
-d mintiration should- nidbe gfinted.
Given unde/mny babfaand seal this 2d a
day of January. one thuand eight hun
dred and forty three, ki, the sixty-seventha
-year of American Ingleuendence.
- Jan. 4. 1'SG. 02 6 h 49
eFair & Positive Notice.
73 H AT those- who Vii neglect their duty,
I nayr save no esone, we avail ourselves
d o tis ary opotui . 10assre altho.e in
o debted to na by Nots, tntleas. they are aid
previous to retuan day~ will he indiserin- 4
ssately placed in the elan Atuney for
Dect. tf 4
State of South Carolina.
E DGE IELD D.1SilUC'.
3Y OLIVER TOn'.LES, Efquire
Oretuary ol Edgefeld District.
Whereas, Wiley Timmermtaua. hath ap
ied to me for Letterts if Adinistrti -ion
abonis Non. on all aud Iso:gal;.r the
wids and chattels, tights and credits of
me'ti1 E. Dawson, late of itae Daoric
UrT said, deceased.
These itas, therefor. to cite and admne
i all and -dagu; r. the kiid t. ati cr-di
rs of the an! sea , ta-d. r he aid appear
tore me, at jur neixt 0.dmar's Courtfur
o amaii District to be hildern at Edgeneld
rsurt House on the 6it day of January.
%how cause. if any, why the said Ad
inistration should not be granted,
Given under my band and seal this 3rd
my of January. one thou-and eignt ino
ed anid l'rty e bree.and in tihe sixty-sevetl
-ar of American Iadepenlptnce.
U. TOWLES. o. z. v.
Jan.3. (62 124) h 49
RATES OF BOARDING. -
1H Sub -ribet aafurns ba.1 friends ad
thei lublic g:enerally. that me will enter
in, his custinet. acrcordling to lie times, for
a esmsuin; year. at the fanonof --.
Board and ledging: per month, $12 50
Do withtoat do d., do 10
Do fir lmirme, do d,, 10 00
For Transient Castoners.
Board per Day, $10
JDm per Meal. ;47.
l1,11-- per D-ay 5f
Sinxl.- t;-ed i..r lorma, 2
Childr-n ad Serv.uiti half pricm.
Ed-tfirld C. H . S C. Ike 12. ,-42 if*t4;
R E.YIOV.A I.
-ratrc.ctr 'utrt t) LaSe Rang. : :,!
Air. N. I. tirihm'.a Law Jtlice. said ,n4 ..' Mr
TiefmW. imlhtredi to hliaa eilite ty note or 04r.
'aat. bv ling d.jnoi :ntn have a .:banet, to
Iv thenai t t. 'r e y v will "lid th.-m witis Iis
-'libr I :a .v i fPang L'diC.
?I>JI ICi V. O i-'F. IC If)D n. F J . Mj,,
id 21, 1 (; Wa.i.IAN Lau- lfRangr, maxit door
: Cotapty's llo .
TO I.'NT.-The flonseat pren:i o:cu.
ed by 31. Juoihn Cuoaa. Aply it,
I'. J. .1if;M.
Pec i1. 1S412 (4;
A A C K:- A .1.
4S9 9 11h0e. a :..o : .
..0 bbb.( Canalt i lut1r.
25 cvmks Lim.,
50 kegs No. I While Lend. (N. V. Umn
10 ihida. choire dlaritied and St..Caix
10 lioxei donhtie refinted Lipaf do.
20 bags choice oli n hire JA.va CoIrr.,
50 do 10i Cutfe--: alao. Miocha do.
20 ilads. N. 0. and W. I. Mlolases.
1 bemmw [iII. G. P. and Ilypon Te.as,
40 dp lNAk Tea,
40 do Sperrm aud Tallow Canrdles.
Rececised and fur bale by
:1LEY & Cr.APO.
Hamburg. D~c 1.1. 3t 47
AN accouant of thae cheapne-A of Cotton.
tis naiihrtber lias erualuded to reduce.
a, and ul.'r the flrrt day otfanntary neht, te
rice of TravOling in IsN liuer, to time te2row
3g rates-:. .. - . ..
F romt F..lge~fie to C..!:nrubb. @4 00
All1 S:udentsi o1 Garenwoodm .:- Ce-ke.
ba.n; leear~a~ b.. t cmeny. per mile,
onr in .'4m.e, aer.c.
Fr.u: EI'getirld toa ia;reenwond. 2 ~'5
J'rom Edmgetyz~Id to ( ,keaburg , .: U
C 11 00r' -. .'. Ayv:'.
D.c 4I.a .7
' 0 r t C a Ordiary. I wl
. :0eIa, rersidl.54enc 'ot Alicia
indeir-aa. .-e r. iderenieC. sall the penonal
srtate eisal dl-- e:a'm-C. evept te uegroaes,
a Tho:sr~d- th. 5a14 dua y of Ja3nuiary next.
)na a crneira tiil 251h Decr. i84'11.
Treirs oi.de known itiat the sale.
PRICE N ItEDI7CED.
17H. mi iaue a eItui "''- '"-'lie---reit
of.\l. anad ahe cheapaes. of!u.
isnr in ee j ,r ' vr, m thern rach tif tr ide, ad.
aoiniehe a :lh' 'lii ai I'd~teield Vilinge, that
my~ tao. aani-t h-a tier prfirewro'rrermpnnd with
mt* tuiije. 1 inlmer th-y. carrfni athreq% a.,
raitat prmrc'ered wor~imen whno arc wilinea to
ma.; rat rviedr *.r --,wie invite our caco:r
ier'. aands tra-: Im..bbe gnerailly. to cdl and exa
mmmi- - -ar '.-k. rid aa. .:r mur price..whichi shalt
e' l4& if:s th-- n.e'. .riei'm) cam e any ion'ar
'rahi b..:::'.m a: !e :" ian'l-ern conaiutly.
UGOL)E & LYOW.
Dec. 5. ii- tfc4
' i l~ Saaherrae'-r nar dcrermn.l t.
c. .t b-a-inen, wail. after the ist .1-:
m Jamiary, "--! ias remm uaninag emtock eat' l0o.a:.
ho-:m, e.c. for caoly, mi~ at pries to auit t! -
Dec. 2E ti' 4.4
.Idimiias'raor*'s .* !.m e.
L aperuo.m imdm t'tedi t . . . ..
artedt no make ima u:nemisr pyn.-m. a
lie est ate man es toomfney . .mdl' c, coem~aquenace
( which we shali~ Jmr m umpe ;aed to collec:.
nad all personsa haingri chonma a;;:aainst thc
stare will pree-2: 0ier d-m-inds de.
3. 0. NICliOESON,
D. Rt. STORI TIER.
Dec. 13 ut 4ti
L L persons mmdbtemd to the est!tecO
Joyce Culpepper deceased, will bin
leased to make immmediate paymet.,
no wich toc'lmse the estatie, anty deml~~..
gninnst thme eva3te will be hax.Jed in
). It. ST'ROTtif.R.
Dec. 13. 1842 ra .;m
taeatnes--iandr . p a t tb C. aike.
fth'ne innarteI sD A nvERT!-r" -. -