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Areat Britai. .consistently with odit coi
4mercial interests, with ih- peace awd e
.dtity of the Southern'States,- and with
the policy avowed by. this government
during Mr. Monroe's administration, is-a
inatter for arve. consideration. On the
'other-band an annexation of Texas to the
lnion, witli.it " assent. of both parties,
promises great advantages to the-manul
factaring and navigating interests of this
country. . Wbat the Southern agricultu
ral interests .are to gain by it, is more
'han [con see.-True, it will relieve the
Southern States of their slave population,
-It will drain them of population, capital.
and En-egies. and give them no political
advanaiges, of corresponding importance.
Latest' from Texas.-Ve extract.froni
the'N. O. Picayune a few of the most im
portant items of news from Texas. The
schooner-Galveston arrived at New Orleans
*on the 15th and brought dates from Hous
ton to the Isl and from Galveston to the
-The brig of war Archer and the schooner
San Bernard were offered for sale at Gal
veston on the 14th ult. 'A strong oppost
tion to their being sold was evinced by a
Unrge portion of' the people and the l'ress
of. Galveston: the -consequence was that
the Governutent agents found no bidders.
and the sale was indcfiuitcly postponed.
The sloops of war Austin and San Antonio
are also Advertised for sale; but it is be
lieved, as was the case in the instance of
the other vessels, that no purchasers will
be found to.offer for them.
- We areintdebted to Captain Rickets for
the forigoitg items of information. 'Tle
following we. maket up fruttm the Iloustot
Telegraph of the.25th uit. and the 1st iast.
the only newspapers we received.
- The alleged undue interference and die
tation of England with the internal policy
of Texas, attracts considerable attention
en the part of the press of Texas. Genor
ad Murphy, our Charge de Affairs is, we
learn, fully alive to the importance of the
proceedipg, and is engaged in ascertaining
toyhat extent this interference or dictation
has been carried.
The editor of the Telegraph says that
docunments have- been obtained by Gen.
Murphy, in Texas, and by Gen. Thomp
son, in Mexico, which will furnish evi
dence oflthe intentions of Great Britain re
lating .to Texas. that will convince.the
American statesmen that there are but few
alternatives left to remedy the evil.,
Yucalan.-The New Orleans Bee, of
the 16th. inst., says--"The schr. Creole,
Capt. Tremis, arrived yesterday, from
Laguna. She brings no news of impor
tance. The accounts previously published
by us of the non-intercourse existing be
twien. Mexico 'and Yu, stan are confirmed.
.Both governments are making extensive
preparations for war.
The remains of C.ommodore Porter are
daily expected at Philadelphia in the U.
S. brig Truxton fro it Constantinople.
The U. St Gazette says that the body
will remain on ship board until the funer
al preparations are made. when they will
_ be taken to St. Stephen's (Dr. Ducachet's)
Church, and be deposited in a vault: and
when a place of final sepulture shall have
been prepared at the Naval Asylum, the
body will be privately carried thither, and
laid. at rest.
The Somers Mulineers.-We are credi
blyinformed that one ofthe mutineers who
was brought home in double irons is now
~employed about the Treastury Department
iut nis city.- Wash. .Spectator.
Over 30,000 bhs. 'of flour arrived at
Albany, New York,on Monday and Tues
'tay last. Trhe canal is about closed for
Disastrous Fire-The St. Louis Re
-publican states that on Thursday nicht.
about Ii o'clock, the large flourine mill of
T. Harrison & Co., at JBellevill,-, Ill. was
discovered to be on fire, anid from appear
ance it was believed that the whole buil
ding wontid he . destroyed. The loss not
short of $30 to 840.000.
The Live hog Trade bet ween the interi
or of 3laryland and the sea-hongd is im
mense. On Monday last 22 car loads,
containing 1125 head, were brouight to
Baltimore from Cumberland on Rail Road.
This mode of transportation has great ad
vantages over driving. requires less otitlay
for feeding, drivers wages, loss of flesh,
Good.-A Submarine plough, for re
moving sand banks, has been constructed
by Dr Eddy, Cincinnati. somewhat on the
'principle oft he A rchimedian screw, boring
- up. the sand at one end. -and passing
- through the screw to b~e discharged at the
other extremity. What next ?
SHorrors of Smoking.-An acqnatm
tance, who has for years been alternatel v
isnoker and chewer- of tobacco, tells us
that, althotigh in good health and prospe
rous ih his aff'airs, be was fregnteqtly lowv
spirited, he could never tell why. Besi
des-he was tr-uobled with rwiching in the
corners of hiis eyes, which sometime ex
tended to the corners of his month. A t
last lie began to aecuse his beloved cigars
as the cause, and with much effo:-t broke
off'from smoking andl chewing. The
.conseqtuence, is, that all -diagreeahle tlbines
whith be endured have disappearori. His
spirits uniformly buoyant, and muscles
<lniet. Asto the fellows who smoke in
Broadway. spoiling the common air of
heaven. we wishl spastms would seize all
their months so that they could not bold a
cigar.-N. Y. Journal of Conmerce,
. Erening.-Evening is a precious time
for friends who live together. Married
pebple know it well, arid brothers and s
ters know it too. Contrary to the flowers
of natture, which close their chalices at the
close -of dlny. the loveliest. fowver of friend
ehip-:confidence-lovet moet to expand it
self at'evening, and breaths forth its fra
grance mos' gladvunder the protection
of twilight and silence; Theti talk we
over the qruestiouns of the day: then entn
clud'ewe peace with our hearts. ifrwe have
*opaed thetm before to our friend t then
seek- -were conciliation 'from heaven. and
-. offer it to .the wprld, ere yet the night
conmest -sithen'sleep we so sound and
~' setly:.-.Miss Bremer.
FOR TilE ADVERTISER.'
THE PALMETTO FIRE COMPAN
Mr. .Edilor:-1t 'will be remembere
that only a few mobths have elapsed sing
the project of a'Fire Company was orgi
ated in this place. At this time, there
a regularly organized Fire- Company, at
an excellent Secutid class Engine I
been placed in their hands, by the Ton
Council, aided by the Munificent liberal
ty of the public spirited citizens of u
Town.: It was with great satisfaction, th
I witnessed a turn out of the Compan
on Saturday last, and was much pleas(
*ith- their performance. No Coipan,
in any part of the world, with the san
experience, could have performed bette
and from the materials of which the Co
paty iscomposed, officers and nen, 1 a
not saying too mouch, when I say, th
they can. after suflicient practice. do wI
any. other Company, furnished with I
same facilities, can do. I am not one
those,* Mr. Editor, who think that fi
Compartie5 can be efficient in New Yor
Philbdelphia, Charlestor..nutd other citi
only; l have a better opinion of my fe
low-citizens than that; I think, if' th
will, they can do what ent be done I
men any where else, upon the halitab
earth. It is t disparagineireflectiott upt
the intelligence-and worth of our penal
to say, that such and such things can I
done at some other place, but cannot I
done here. Why cannot we do her
what can be done any 'where else? Is
so, that our people are so utterly worthles
that the atem; t to do any thing goad
great, only excites the redicule and an
madversions of the self-constituted wil
ones amongst us. Let its attempt gre
trings, and determine to accomplish of
purposes, and we will succeed in dispi
of every thing discouragiug. It is trtt
that there are some in our communit
who cannot, or will not believe, that of
people are capable of doing any thir
serviceable or credirablc, either in a pul
lie or private capacity; and would, (if u
could believe them.) prefer a ladder at
two begroes, in case of fire, to ,the Ei
gite and company. But that is too il
credible; such sentiments may furni:
those who entertain them, xjth a flim<
excuse for not aiding in such an enterpris
but they will not stand the test of fire.
In case the property of such should ie
fire, such notions would soon evapora
in the smoke of their burning houses, ar
",now fetel on your Engine" would I
the loud cry heard far and above eve1
other clamor. I do not pretend to censu
-Hny nau for his opinions, bnt it makes n
f'-el sorry to hear any man underrating tI
capacity and genius of our people. at
prophesying evil or at least, no good, fro
so useful and praiseworthy au undertal
ing, or the formation of a company f
the purpose of proteetina property,- publ
and private, against derstruction by fire.
In the name of all that is good, let tho
who entertain such sentitents, let tl
Engine and Company alone, they wi
do no harm-they will set no man's hun
on fire, neither will they make it but
faster if it should be: but I think there
a probability, even if it he a remote on
that it would not burn quite so fast; ar
further, I should not be at all astoni he
to see the fire altogether extinguishe<
If, then, there be only a remote probabil
ty of some good being accomplished b
the organization of this company, let t
good citizen say ought against it, but gi'
it his most hearty approval.
While I am on this subject I would b
to off'er a few suggestions for the consider
tion of the citizens of our Town. I
man knows how soon he may stand
need of the service of the Eugine Cot
panty-they, I have no doubt, wvill do
in their power to render assistance to at
and every one wrho should lbe so unifort
unte as to need i'. The citizens shnu
co-nlpera te with this company, by fturnis
itng them with all the facilities in the
power--fire cannotft be ext iiguished wit
out water. It should, therefore, be a me
ter of thte first importatnce with every ma
if possible, to h ave a good well ol' wvat
upon his premises-a good well of bi
water, will do as well as atny to putt o
a fire. A pump in thte well will vast
facilitate the operations of the Compan
and increase their efliciency. Wells shou
be a sutffleient distance fromt every httil
ing upon a lot, that they may not bei
accessible otn accoutnt of the heat of
bum ning building.
A not her import ant article in ease of fit
is, what I veture to say. not three mo.
int this Town have at their comnmatnd,
good ladder-every matn who has a houi
liable ttt 'e bturtnt, shoultd furnish hitse
wtth a ladder; because the Company
not strong enough to man thte Enairte a,
carry a Inidder, by the use of which tht
timely aid may be rendered, even witho
the Engine, which is often the salvntii
of a man's property. The Comamissio
ers of Pttblic Buildittge should have ti
good ladders deposited in the passage tht
the Court House, where they will alwa;
be readly in ease that butilditng should cv
he itn danger. These few stuggestionb
hotpe, will not be considered wholly unit
I will now tmake onie suggestion for t
consideration of the ladies. The centl
metn have formed a Company and pros
ded themrselves with ano Engine, towp
teet your houtses antd youir homes from t1
atll devouring element. Now, will not t
public sptrited ladies of this Town, mn
and present 19 the Company, a beautil
Palmetto Baniner, with some suitable d
vice? I know they willf
Ott Monday evening, thle 13th inst. by
G. Daenel, Esgr.. Mr. Wtr.u~nu PtuCKETT.
Miss FRANCES AN.N. ovnngest datnghtcr oftf
late M r Bentjamin Doolitth. all of th is Distri
Died. at hits residentce on Big Creok, in Ed
field District; oni 12th inst., Mr. Joit A. Di
Fay. aged thtirty-two years. six monthbs and
The stiect of this niotice, had ben for se
ral yea'rs a eonsistentt tmember of the Pine P1
want Baptist Chturch. lhe was a good nteighht
a kittd watm hearted friettd. an htottest and
dtnatriouas citizett, jtnst anid upirighit int all
drahtlng, respected ati -oeteemed by all n
knew him, hte htas been cttt ol' in tlte prime
life, leaving a wife und a larga fatmily of str
children. witht mimterotns relatives and friet
to motrn their loss, but thteir loss, we hopt
his eternal gin. -
Died, in this village, on the 23rd inst., of
r. Consumption, Mr. GkoRo. DERBY, aged about
Mr.:Derby was a stranger, who had been in
our village but a few months. in which time he
had gained the.respect and esteem of all those
is with whom hee had any dealings. He was a
ir mem-er of N. York Lodge. No. 10J.-0. O. F.
is and it may be gratifying to his friends. and the
n brethren of the Lodge, of which he was a wor
i. thy member.-to know, that altbong;h there was
ir noILodge. belonging to irie Order,in the village.
his was attended to during his illaes.by the few
brethren ofathe Order that resides here, and in
Y' terred in a respectable manner, under their di
d rection. attended by a large number.of citizens.
y, 7a Chat leston and N. York Papers please
r: Died. at his residence in thi- District; on the
1- 23rd inst.. Mr. Wut.LIu: HowL.E, Jnnur., aged
ma sixty-five years. tetn riuths. and eight days.
at The deceased has lefla widow, seven children,
at and a large circle ofrelations to mourn hiiloss.
of Com Unercial.
r- HAM URO November. 21.
Cotton.-There is a full share of Cot
tot cowning in this week, and a- better
feeling is visible among havers, although
they have not advance. much in prices
v since our last review. Prices range to
dI .lay frot 7 to 71 ets,. and an some instan
c:s 8 cry., has be- paid for a choice arti
cle ; principal sales 7.f to 71 ets. Upon
e the whole, the market reminrs in or about
e the same Situation, as to prices. as we
ltef it liact week ; and n e look to the next
acconts from Europe far a change of
AUGUSTA, Nov. 23.
te Cotton.-The receipts during the week
It have been moderae, with the excep;ion
ir of Saturday and Mondalay, when they were
to pretty large. The market oa Friday and
e, Saturday last exhibite' -rnuch netivity.
Y' and though there has been less doing
t since, still we cannot note any change in
ti prices which retrnin firm at our la! week's
! quotations, from 6-to 7j. We learn that
e cents was fflered and refused. d few
d days since, far .a very fino lot of square
i packages. Principal sales have he-i made
a t from 7j.to 7j cents.-Constitutionalist.
Y COLUMIJrA, Nov. 23.
e Cotton.- The receipts are light for the
seasmn. and andicate a deficiency in the
n. crop. The demand is good, and the
e market brisk, with an advance in prices
d1 of 1-S to 4 cent since our last report ; and
e we now, therefore qaote prices for new,
Y at 74 a 8 1-8 cents, extremes, while most
O sales are at 74 a 7 3-4 cents.-Carolinian.
BY order of Oliver Towles, (trdinacry of
Ldgetield District. Notice is hereby given,
that on ta3t day of December next, at the late
r residence of itRandolpdh Merrell. dec'.I, on .the.
ic Colnumia Road about four miles from Edgte
- field Court [House, will be sold, all his estate
e real and personal. consisting of the following
; property. viz:
It PERSONAL ESTATE,
e consisting ofnehtt twenty Negroes, one hulna
n dred head of Hwos, about sixty of which are in
- fine order for uase; also, a fine stock ofCattle,
Is Horses, and -Sheep; a quantity of Corn and
' Fodder.and Household and Kitchen furniture;
d the above property, upon a credit of twelve
l" THE REA, ESTATE,
i- consisting of about eight Itnmtlred acres. ninre
y or less, lying en the waters of Turkey Creek.
n to be sold in two separate tracts; also, one other
e tract of about four hundred acres, more or less,
lying on the Coinmahia reea, where Ithe intes
tate lived at the titne of his death. The real
? estate to be sold tupna a credit of onet and two
3-years; ini alil cases thme purchasers to give ttotes
h) with good securities, anud a mortgage of the
in real estate.
1-1. L. MUTRRELL,
11 JAMES Mijf1UtELL.
Ad~umist rat ors.
Norr. 29 2t 44
YOder of (itiver Towles. Eagr.. Ordi
*r.nary tif this District, will be sold, on
h - Tuesday the 19th day of Decciaaober neexc. at the
t- residetnce aof tthe lnte'Benjamin ltchardsonc all
n, the persoal estate of said decewasedl, conasisting
ad Forty-eight .1Vegroes,
nt Horses, Mlules. Cattle andl hogs, togethter with
v, 3500 bushmels of Corn.
inl Crop of Couttoni. IlIonasehotld & Kitchen F'urni
j- tiare, WVagoes, Planttationt Teool, &c. &e.
.- Trm~s made kncown on thue ay~~ of isile.
a J. M. R TCH A RIDSON,
a J. S. GUIGN 4R D.
e, Nov. 22 4It 43
a . FL OUR.
1seOBBLS. Catnal FLOUR,
f10)6 htexes new Raisins,
is ' 2 bags Altr.onds.
d Jus~t receivedl antd for scale Iby
tSIBLEY & CRAPON.
Habr. Nov.25 tf 44
"n FEB~T ,KE II S.
-O0LBS. live Geese Feathers,just re
o ceived and for sale by
o'. II. A. KENRICK.
i's Hamburg. Nov. 25 tf 44
- LAMP OIL.
a. A CUOICE A RTICLE. for sntp by
ie lambnrg, Nov. 25 tf 14
59'p chnmee cainvacsserl Raimore 11AM S,
- jutreceived, anit fot .sale by
me - . HI. A. KENRICK.
me fT ambutrs, Nov. 25 af 44
il Al A CK A REL. S HAD. CODFSH,tfe.
e 20BrIs. arid 1.2 bale. Nos. 1, 2 and 3
30- kits acid 1-2 kits No. 1 Mdackarel,
rn' 400 tbs CODrISH.
10 honxe~s HER RINGS,
3 half barrels No. i Shacd. for sate by
Ni. H. A. KIZNRICK.
H Iambutrg, Nv25 . tf 44
heChuina, Crockery. etc..
,GENE~RA l. assortmrent of CHINA,
1.CRO)CKRY.acid GLASS WARE, con
e.sistinig ofcommaona and fine Tens' Plates. Bowls,
e- Pitchers. Dishes. Ewers and Basinms; granite
caed China Tea setts: Trembhers. Wine Glas
ses byecaate-rs. Lamps, Salts,.Cruets. &c. &c.
fo aeby. H. A. KEN RICK.
his Onm the way--and daily exipected.
nom'Key" Malaga GRAPES,
of 10 driamsfresh FIGS,
all - 5 boxes fresh LEMONS.
us 2 brIs. sweet ORANGES. -
is -H. A..KENRICK.
Hanmbnrg. Novr. 25 tfC . 4.4
H & $ibsciber 'epr.etfiaty ifformhs: bis
- friendtand:the pubh nerirtlyhat ha
,,&irsfor sate, at the brick store fdrerlochth,
iiei4 by Messa. Sibley:&, Crapon. dearly op
posite.Mr. James Hubbard's HotelM'atarge
and general assortmentof GROCERIESpar
-ticularly ad'apted to the .wants of families;.on
sistinig in part-l. ' -
New Orleans, Porto Rico, and St,. Croix
Cuba, Rio andjavirCOFFEE, ,
. Black, Hyson, G'unpowdor andji erial
West India and New Otleats- folases,
lil'&?ateni Candles, 4s, U5. &
. Sperm. - do. 4s,!5s.,~ A~s "~
CnnaL Flour. ii whole and half arrdls,'.'
6 casks prime Goshen- Cheese,
20 .boxes do. -. do.- do,.
luckwlieat in -1-4 and 18 barrels,
*Pickles in 1.2gal. jars, gs. ad ints,
- Tomato Ketchup . do. do
Walnut . do.' do. o.
50.sacks Liverpool Salt. ('bleached sacks,)
501hxds'Table .do -(n-flae article,).
'25 brie. Irish Potatoes, (Roan)
2 tierces Onions, (red and-silverskin,)
Bar soap, shaving soap. cotton cards, wool
cards, pails, buckets, tubs,tkeelers, piggiti. in
digo, uadder copperas, rice, lard, chocolate,
Baker's cocoa, cocoa paste, Goshen bitter. so
da biscuit, lemon biscuit, pie mic crackers, wa
ter cradkers, butter crackers, pilot bread. al.
monids, currants, citron, cloves. nutinegs. mace,
cinnatuon, pepper, spice. ginger; sago,-pearl
Barlny, maccaroni, veinicilli, capens, mustard,
starch, West India and American preseTrs.
l'esons visiting 1Hamrhnr. are reipectfully
reqested to call and exanine fo"thenselvl;
H. A. KE-N RICK
Ilnmlurg, Novr. 25 if .44
PICKET) BETEF. PICKLED PORK,
AYD W111' BEANS.
F OlR sale by . U. A. KENRICK..
Hamburg Nov. 25 tf 44
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
. Al. U. FRE.ELAN D. who has been
si arrested, and is now confined within
the bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District by
virtue or a capins ad satisfhciendum, at the-smit
of 0. H. Lee, having filed his petition, with
a schedule en oath. of his whole estate and ef
feats, with the purpose of obtaining the bone
fit of the Acts of the Generid Assembly, com
ntly called the Insolvent Debiors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. that the peti
tion -of the said J. M C. Freeland. will be
heard and eonsidcred in the Court of Common
Pleas for Et gefield )istrict,at Edgefield Court
House, on flesecoid Mondayof March-neit, or
on such other day as the Court may order,dur
i ng the tetn,coinencing on the secogd Ionday
in March next, at said place; and'bll the cre.
ditors of ;aid J. ST. C. Ffeelait: are hereby
summoned personally or by attoieji then niid
there. in said Court, to shew'etse;if any they
can, why the benefit of the .Acts aforesaid
snidlil not he ,ranmed to the said J. M, C.
-'reeland upon his executing the asignment re
quired by, the Acts aforesaid.
GEO. POPE, C. E. D.
24th Novenuber, 1843.
Nov. 29 . ' - 3m 44
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
JAMES D. HAMMOND, who has beet
arrested, and is now confined. within the
boimduls of the Jail of Edgefield Dis'rict by vir
tue ofa capias ad satilaciendumlat the suit of
Charles J. Glover, havingfiled his petition with
a schedule on oath, of six whole estate and ef
fects, with the purpose ofobtaining the benefit
of tI As* oft,'le General Assembly, common
ly called the Insolvent Debltrs Acts.
Public notice is htzh y given, that the peti
tion of the sail Juames O. [lamimond will1 be
hneand end considered in hie;Comurt'of Commnon
Pleas for Edlgefleld District, at Edgelield Coni-t
Hotnse, on the'second \londay of March next,
or on such other day as thte Court may order.
duiring the term, conmmecinrg:on- the .second
Monuday i March next, at smd'ydace; arnd all
thne creditors ufsanid .James D. Hammond are
hereby sunmuuned personally or by attorney,
then tad there,-iin said Court. to shew cause, if
anty they can. why the bennefttof thie Acts afore
said should nnot he grant ed to the said James D.
HI atmmond n pun his ceect ingnthe assi" muont
required by the Acts aiforesaidl.
G EO. POPE, c. B. D.
Novr. 24, 1843.
A Few fine HERK(SlRE PIGS, now
thl re" months old, will he sold at $5 each,
ifapplied for soon. Inrquire of the Editor.
Novr. 22 tf 43
*ALL Persons having demands against th~e
. estate of George IHuiet,.dlec'd., are re
quested to reinder itt their ace'ounts, for pay
-ment, properly attested ;and thoese indebted to
the estate, will please come foirward and settle
their accounts, so thart the est-ste may be closed.
Noy.2 . . WM. IIICIET, MAr.
i1lIE Subhscribers have determine-1 to pt
. down th~eitr stock of well * -
atthe luwest possihie prices. They willinotenu
muerate articles, burt assure those that will favor
thim with a call of a saving o'33 per cent.
As tumes are hanid, and' a Dollar ,aved, is a
Onllar made. those whno are iii'want of.Goods,
wouldl do, well to give us a call, pro to their
purcha;sing~ elsewher'e, atid we assure thein they
iiI nut he disappdiuted.
- . COH N, & CO.
At the Cheap Cask Store, Edgefrl C. H.
Novr. 22 *3t 43
Edgefield :MYale Academy
TU H IE underignedl Trunees bog leave to
innformi the patrons' of Ibis Iinstitution and
the punblic generally, that they have re-.engage~
the services of Mr. JOJNW LESLEY; fo,
the e nsning-year. ~Thie Academic fear wil-lIe
divided into two Sessionis of fiv'e tuonihs each
the first beginning, o the first M'bnilay illiati
nary nlext ; antd the terms of Tuition wdil be the
samne as the present year.
.N.' L: GRIFFIN
R.' G. MAYS~
F. H. WNRDLIV,
J. TERRtfY,- .*
November 16, 1843.. 1 43
Receivied this 'Week,
mi)~ E Fine Satmn Striped. richy Figured an
-~ Plain bilack 'Mouse' De~Laines, Alpa'ccas
Chnseans, Eoline, 'Embaics. Giaghaums, tn
riche SILKS. .
WMi. KETCHAM- &:Co.;
nnamburg, Oct 7 10.37'
these Instittios fre' asn art re ;
,will be ieoa4ied filr reHtcs;lIfGijs.
1 he Femak, .Departirfby "M14a S Louisa
The Muisical Deptw et- li Miise,1As i~
The Scholastic, year; wjI be dtvirIad' iit
twoD SewioVi of 0ia nlititles-eacli.. 'Tbe~fin
Session commencing -din-the 7ln~ 1irst
Jeapuary, *bh ~condtl our the second Mo~idj
inuly. Students will-be admittedrt any bio
dorrg a Seswe,but will-be houdtd tuentiin
until' ie ;close "of, that Session ,.and r>'.1 -b
vilir;?eale~wt, :at lcrist; ope. Quarter t. Ttii
tio'th.'N NppIicaiar 6ani'euitr the English -n
:CluukicaJ Jepartisient, indlie he liU ve a: eerh
Rates f Tetition per Sesswun.
In the Cls ical and-.EiiglishMale.
I'n 1.jlojn _$6t'$8ti(
Tiilu etelDepartmont, "f 6".2
In the Mitsien.l Department, 2(101
Fot' the use of thie:Piano,
For ConJingencics iii each.Pepartnt~jit. .51
Tiitian-~per Sesiin'psyabW oin aa:aiice.
Board.' S 00 per iooth.' .
A.: WALfl'R -
(,Et). M. CLTR!1'ISS
- W . N BLKE. .
.Nova:J 22. * 4t: -'43 .
R ANA WAY Ini: the subsrribnr-tli," 18tl1
iiist.1 ily boy TU' 'rime is about 18 -p
20 years of age, slim aderi long legq .uwui ol,
arable tall, Walks rallier .stitr aid wsarlhig~ by
having the Rheuimati-lo in Isi3ls ; li mp pt.
rel nor exactly known, when he wiyett, hei
had on white lionsspit r~eothes, a'saiifnetpIirir
of pan ilboons,' acik- fnirh lt,. a pair~iC boots,
footed .slui~ost sew,: lie is ssstpp~sd "ti li:ivR
carried' off a" bay. liorse: .ilsel tjgou srtihsiledirf
bridle, belon;rir.; to 'ir n. llilirt,o; the [ifjrge
has a large blaze ins his face,;tsnieofliingd
feet white. if not afl liar oni three isjsoes, one off
behind. Said boy madh' it start ,ours hefore,
and-when tikenmip he hil in lfisipsseioni ii
free peas vritei~ lbv hinself, s iting thatr h lad
*perini shin to Iiite his own-~time, antd ls d'his
.namie Julia;: I have do d'onorbut tht h Tha,, a
similar one with him. ;,.w iten hly hiwself or
some white person,,. l-l're;lie mty ".trriaigedvivei
and hostler, and waidborp and rfiivd in .dieflta
ily. Ieimiiotiiwiare of his directaon, hut ia.1
ieasoilto bealieve lie bag bkmt. his. coJurse -for n
free asne: Ankersinnpprehendnug rid lJo
and puiti frmni iid Jail; or delivnimg him to the~
subscriber.: living 'osi-.bcott' "Road; 72 .miles
weal of Edgcfield.C.:H S.C., vilibelibril
rawardpda,arall reaonable ezpcsrrepi id::>.
Letters addres'cti pm CoWd Sprite 1p 011cce
N~ovr.2rV 3t 33
*Adltlm uiitr hoc'si } .ii
"BY permlisiion 01thOeArdilary of' ibis Die
tract. Lwi ltitell at the. Jute resihea t
"Mrs. Rhoda D',sohmtle. dee'd.-o ~aibleus-t' id
nerCol. Hiolimes, on Thuarsday~ thee 7th ~de
dfDeomhe'r, the fuilowin;; jir perty belong
ing to the saud'estmite, Csi otng of Niie. Ne
groes; stock ofVA1rses. Cattle. "atld '1uog
Farming. Utensib.;,Corn. "fodder, abd Hgpst
bold and Kitclheu:F iiriitiift ""
Terina~ofsate-twelve--lnonsths credit. else phi
chaser diving note withttvo apprmatrd sbeci
EDWA~tRD, R. DOOUkTTLE.. ,"
Noyr. 15 *. 3t " 42
Edgeed.:Nov'r..8, 1843. J ,
J v B.rt ci~yr TIJ()M
sI>f>tar 3 S t =
t s 1LT esoteknc she lateare ide ud'
Dettiel Brbfistib; sent , zicC
""ott -Ahl-on lay the =18th of - December'uezt4
Tract No. 1. Containing four.,hund'reii " _ '
*iid'slity-aeveu. &167) derds,-'lloutl<d pp . ,
tie "norah" by-landR of-NJaiackt'' iaip
on the?east bw'laads' ='of 'Salfigel ,VRittieiiia. - .
Nod tCaletf-Tallyt -on the west Ztby.i6ds of
wady Burkhaltdr, tand 'tract'Nii: ,A:=f."
}.j taev No. -2. Contaimug+tbr o hundred
and si ity.five (3135) iicres,;situateoff' both h 3ideei;o t_$eavardain=.'Ofeek;, bounded <a
tfie' aortht 'tiv' -110. 3;. oa the eaet,.by :
south, ; by.'Caleb"- T-ally_ l Ta d
liurkheIter; on the"wgst l>, W "attHortnibb
Trstcttl'Jo..3:. Oeiiltniniug fivafiuodred
andninety-!wu '(92) acree.loiinded on
the north: by Jnritn'_Wa'sh east, bv_ Mrs
Cs': Hru tdon, south, by No,. 2t vta, by mss':
Wyatt *1oimes and "ticos I Q tltes: Kptatir
of which a ill bee'hibltetl o [he'd a i=0f
., c"T lie most of which are erylikely., ' l' Y <
amongst them-nrua"!very gr od Plan :rS y
Smith and Shoe"make:t; gnd'ough
pedlter. J ; ..-tN . r ,"i , 9
t _:The stocks of Horses- a nd ,Afules; attle,'"
_.Sheep dlogs; " anti tBe'= "atesetit crop,. s
Crinsitingof.aliorrr"siaty, $x 'lesof:Cotton
.sore twelse" If; fiflceti It'U ili d hat hels'of
.Cutu; for y or fifty aiacke of "Jr d , ,5"
.F:ll "Stacks.of U."lts,-'Pld6tatioasand BIack.
:1'crtnsof" sale -will. be for, all' sums of. _ ; ;
n1c a +'
-,un der l'ea dollars cash all over
dollars, cre-iii. of twelve months:
Purchasers"giving ' neiie. with ;a roved :
securhics.;. 'W; ;BRU"NSON a' ",_ ' ' =S
' :. . D: D. 'BaUNSON. .Ex'rs. " '
'^ ' O1t1CC. f
z ilj.If;13C SOLD."at the lsttorrosl
depRa g1 Nichul is:.Lowe, dec , ,
nn Tuesday the 5th day. o(Decerobec: next,eased;.
ela: the real estato ofatttet doceased;eonsisi"'
ing"vftl, u y .:r , i . ^ tf .n
Two t'reracts of Laud;- ; ._: .
part.-nacb ii a. frn''e iFeie of.cultivadotr:
p tath alltb ' neceesary buildings ;situats: "
eib the gleaathRroughfalre4eadttig
pp T otri- : ":
Hamburg to Abbeville,Court lloiaae;ao
kaowaas:a gnbd" countr r-stand fof.hust '
dcsa--, bn! a"-credit of oneand: two '.ye$t's:. rte;..
:rAZeo--}1l fine stock;of. = i. >r ' z. = a;.
Placltu;iou.l'ools. Hgu4eho 4,& Xi en 'h";L , ". , .
rurvlttirg, and Abe prest;n :,Crop- f Eot'a; r" - w
FgddOr;, Meat..and Oats, o tcredit of
ttre, pe moths.. Furtbgrrtefata ma
kdown' ll:the daa of sale. , i " f
.' r'Yf/O (W . " ..;-.=?fir . ~- . . i . ' ,
p i},t"lij JXT 1LC ON .'DROO ,. ".... ",.n .t Trt^
t ilia ,i :r .: r, t'iom ~ ?v
r ; ::.Nv 8 f 4t
TARLTN TURN ER,. hiring u o ?
'" ' irate, i of Sim -Creek, near ttie Higgins'
Ferry Road,=EJ elleld Disttt et Tolls
tne,,oncdark btown bay.HORSE with Adiia:
scot in his forehead, and.a:tui tt pup91i his non , _ r " 4 "} '"
.Snppgeed to be.,nineyears_.1d; apprtitsed at -^
'thirty dollars' . T y x
H tRDY 1 l
Stn a of youth ('are nac,
for Parttttott - 'ter