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-MDGEFiELD C H.
WEDNt.SAY. NOV'AilM 1. 1844.
"Wl e ibill, clinrg to the Pillars ofthe Temple of
o0ut E ietties,and &fit mustfall, weill Pish
anidst the Ruins.?'
.:Deoctratic Re-Annezatin Ticket.
TAMES K. POLK of Tennessee.
GEORGE M. DALLAS, of Penn.
The .inutes of the Edgefleld Baptist A sso
eiation are, deposited in the Clerk's Office
where they can be had.
Secretary of Stae.-The Hon.Jons C. CAL
noaH and family, accompanied by Col. F. W.
Prczws passed through our village on Wed
nesday last, on their way to Washington, to re
sume the duties of his office. We learn from
the Charleston papers, that they arrived in that
\4ity on Thursday last, and took lodgings at the
o"7j vesidntial. Election.--We have not been
able to procure full returns of the votes ror
Electors of President, and have consequently
not given any, this week in our pEper. No
official returns from any of the States have
yet reached u. Such as we have received
are. only partial, and may not be correct.. It is
almost certain that the States of Pennsylvania
and Virginta have gone for the Democrats.
Georgia is yet doubtful. . Ohio. Mrayland and
Rhode Island have in all probability gone for'
the Whigs.- In our next we will doubtless
have itin ourpowerI to give the full result from
a large majority of the States.
We have never seen a- finer -fall than the
present. -Foi some time, we have had bright
sunny days, cloudless skies and -a delicious
temperature.' The phaiteti have been highly
favored in gathering, their crops of grain aid
cotton. The cotton will be a more ahndant
crop in ithis section. than was some time past
anticipated.'- This will in some measure co -
pensate the plaiftirsAor the-very low price to
which they have been compelled to submit.
The degree of D. D., has.been recently con
ferred onthe Rev. Edward E.'Ford, the.Episco
pal Ministerat Augusta: Ga. Mr. Ford :as
been longand favorably known at this place, of
which he was a former iesdenL
Mr. Clemson, the newly appointed American
Charg D'Affairs in Belgium, has. arrived at
Richard Yeadon Esq., has retired fror the
editorial department of the CIharleston Courier.
It will be ionducted hereafter by John S. King.
The politicalcourse of the paper will not be
- We pblish to ray, a carrespondence- be
tween Governor Troup, andI certain gentlemen
of Greene Cunty Ga., upon the subject of the
Tariff. It will lbeseen, that these gentlemen
asked the opinions of Gov. T., uponuthe present
Tariff, anud the course of policy,.which State
Rights men of the South, should pursue, In
our present difficult~ircumstance-. Governor
Troup has 6ng been knowna, as one of the bold
est and most uncompromising advocates of the
sovereignty of the 8tates it- thme Union-. - Ma
time, when thec~hampinsg State Rights were
" few and 1ar hetw'e'en" h6 stood up most man
fully, in resistance to theo General Governdlent,
and defiedits power, when it threatetiedto over
whelm and crush the State, of which he was
the Chief Magistrate! And: now in hia-old
age, and peacefiul retirimeistthe is still ti-ne t
the cause which he once so gallantly defended.
It is scarcely necessary to sty that in his letj
ter, lhe has expondued most ably the inequality,
-and .ligh-hauded. oppression . oftho TaritI o
'42, Thugh the correspondence as- oftaome
length, we trgst~ that it will be read iwti-that.
attention~which-it justly merits. -
A series of able and highly interesting Jt
ters ~ritten' byE.B. Brooks, who has been
travelling in Europe,'ihas apipeared in tlef
York:Exres. r. Brooks has been for some.
- time connected with the :above:mentioned pa
per. angl is known as -aipleasing- writer. We
make the. following extract from-alettez'da
ted1S43;:at -St. Petersburg; Russia. Thie ex
tracts gife ssome -account'of the :5efs im thin
seenihat the conditiin of nIfii6all'of
(ledm, i vritcked anid delorshls. ier
filus'of the rm tabjectchuaracter, withouany
hopeof obtainijugrelief,-.or even a - mitigation
of their mise-y~ Jlinny thingleouald ceonvine
fbreign and. domestic. . abtiitonists: of 'the
upon therSaiiIale s'nlb'i~ m
stitutions, this etereunsttig' fram n ia
telligent'a gentiema a s 1r. Brooks, woulo
so.' Compared with the Serfs of Russia our
slaves are in a apost comfortable. and .happy
egn~ltioa. The.Russian Serf is regarded:by
bis baid anda exiqting -master, as little better
thatre beastof berden; Somne little attention
is paid to hissinfoatelongas his servic'es are~
valuabile, end wlie th jee o l e so. he is
Jefrto miserg' anI utisi bwmuch bet
ter is thesito ifoaot Atienisdlao!t The
responsibility of the mast r to hnere
ses-bed old, nd decrepi4 ie astilllbounti'
for his suppirt, and to pay his tax tathe Stite.
But it is needless-.todwell upon this subjeci.
We: copyt th-eigtstl..t ouriroadersau~
draw the comparison~ftihemselvs.
Ia h vred to gain some statist~o
the pela.emsof,inen and-thingu alike, t
I where tey as sogevero acensorship upon
:y4Utth,.he iavestigation of-which:would
proveimorally or plitictally detrimental oth
government. The serfs iii Russiaire between
1hirty and forty millions in iiimber. Seem.
ingly they. are morefree. than.the slaves with
us; but in intelligenceitiegrity, in a wod.
in all that is reputable find comfortable. the
latter are free mnen compared with the mass of
serfs. An estate h'ere is valuable, not a; it
produces'tell,-or is creat in extent oracres. hut
a.'.cording to the number of serfs there a re
upon it.-all of whons, at any moment. may be
transferred with the estates of the proprieror
I There is a Count Cherimetioff here. the rieh
est landedproprietor of the empire. who owns
more 'than one hundred thousand serfs, and the
atnonunt of ownership begins from and increases
to this multitude. There are good masters and
there are bad ones. but goodnes here must Ie
limitted only to the indifference to the real wel
fare ofthe.peasant. The master has but few of
the responsibiiities imposed upon the American
slave owner. The Government demands justso
much-care of a serf at the hands of a master. as
will prevent him from becoming an encum
brance upon ihe State The object therefore
is to make the most of these people, and with
the least possible trouble. A master's cot sent
is necessary for everything. A house and
patch of land are usuallv the temporary pos
session of the serf, and for the nse of these
labor is received by the master instead of mon
ey. Half the week belongs usually to the mas
ter, and half the time to the serf to earn his
livelihood and pay his rents. Food is poor. and
clothing is poor, even with agricultural serfs.
who are much better off that. those employed
in the workshop and in domestic labor. They
sefre in all capacities. and from the field are
often transferred to drudgery of the manufac.
tory. The serfs not only Ilave all the ties of
domestic life to wed them even to their wretch
edness, but even the cnpidity of tlte owner en
courages the earliest marriages,to add to the
millions of , ictims, while the law, I believe,
forbids the marriage of young girls under the
aga ofsisteen. The laws applying to serfs are
many, and apply to every situation of life. An
owner beconte even a monopolist, it a noble,
and none but a noble can become a manufac
turer. With men and women the law is
equally severe, and though in all cases of
bondage, here the wrong is not oftener in
practice than elsewhere. the power to enforce,
it is the same. . The labor of the serfs is equal
ly with their flesh and blood the property of
their masters. Self-interest, therefore, com
mands a protection, where n higher principle
is disregarded. The power to abuse, nether
theless, remains. and the thousands of v;sages
I have seen, where wietchedness and dejection
are written in every wrinkle ofthe face, is pmoof
enough that they who are thus doomed, are
often beaten. with many stripes.
HAMBURG. Nov. 0.
Cotton-Since our last report, the market
hs been rather dull. On Th'arsday and Fri
day last a farge quantity of cotton arrived here,
and was disposed of at-t shade lower than pne
former quotations. Sinee then, very little
bos arrived, and our markets has been vety
The acennnts brought by the Great Wes
tern, although they represented the Liverpool
market as steady and somewhat firmer. do not
show any decreuse in the quantity on hand
and have therefore had the tendency to cause
a farther decline off a4ceut. We quote new.
from 4} to 51 and the choice article 5J. Old,
4 to 54.
.'tton-The market has for several days
been very dull, and the business transacted has
been limited. A decline has taken place since
Inst week of from an J to a 4 of a cent, and
buyers denmnd a still greater redaction. The
receipts have been heavy. and the low state of
our rwer adds to the depression of the market.
We quote the extremes at fron 34 to 5J cents.
with remark. that a choice article only would
bring the latter price.
Grwccrw4-We have no chance to notice in
plices; - moderate activity has prevailed in the
market for the past week without any transac
tion worthy of particular remark. The s'ock
generally is ample wvith-the exception of Do
imestic Liquors and Molasses, which are scarce
and advanemng ini price.
Codton-Thecre has been a decline mn this ar
ticle since our last, particnlarly on the lower
qualities.. The accounts from Liverpool, per
steamer Hibernia. arrived at Boston oa the fd
inst.. represent that market as a little .heavy,
with a tendency 'to decline.. These accounts
are up to the 19th of last month. Tbe stock itn
that port was ihen about 889,000 bales against
.730 ut thesame period lastaseason ; the r tock of
American was estimated at 630,000 bales, or
92000 bales more than it then was. -This state
of~ ihesoceksof Cotton afler an American ei-op
of tint little more than two millions of bales.
and afteri a season of uninterrupted good trade
intdile' mianufacturing districts is discouragmna
and- checks all tendency to speculation. We
now. quote ini'erior in this market at 3 a 34c,
and- thiebest tviJl not brine more thain 54c. pria
cipal sales are made at 44c. a 5jc.
trn-R-Ieceired daring the week 3.600
bales-3,522-b3 wagons,- and 78 by Boats , of
which.~2,232 were sold, and 1.368- stored.
Prices still:4roop, and there has been a decline
o6thl of ,a-cent on the higher descriptions, to
4th on the middling and lower ones.. We quote
the curri.xtes as, follows. Inferior and or
dinary 34.a.4;,Mddling 4-4 a.44; Middling fair.
4I a5; Good'fair 5-k a 54;- Gqod and Fine 5.j
a5I>.:Principal salei at4ta 54.cts. Forward
eid to Charleston duiring the week, by Rail-road
4,663 bale,im4by Boat 200.
,CofunaOur arkerhasbeen rather dep'es
ad dai tug the past week, yet beyond the ina
its,. which - ra' dencenswonid dictate, oa wihich
the iluotat ions of the Charleston miarke~t would
warrat.. We -quot4 4to 5 i wiih a limited
W 'Th friendu o('j. 8. C. SCOTT,
announdce him;-as~ atididate 'for-Tax
announc hitm as acaadidazefoh'e Offic
Oct. $0 40
isg.,:anaax4il e didate for thi
O teoT 4 ' , neu election
Boot and Shpe Steiirdgefe C.IH 8, C
,pt.25 3d b, tt.
3 3;spesolishfinga detnands gainii
idiiltlifWila brhi,8r: d6
oeased24areirested to- present them bui
25th s-the estate will be'dtibptd
HE Tinstees of the Greenobd Academi.ei
8an1norme36ce to the community at large, tha
the exeicises of these Idstitutionls will coin
ience on the First Monday of January next
The Female School will be under the instruc
tion of the Misses LocisA and SARAH RICHARD
so. The former lady is the present incum
bent, the latter recently taught at Edgefielk
Court Honse. where she is fAvorably knowr
as a competent instructers Miss MCNoLTi
will continue in charge of the Musical De
partment. The Male Department will bt
taught by Mr. JAMEs I. Gir.s, the present in
structor, who has the experience of eight years
In consideration of the pressnre of the times
the rates of tuition has been reduced, and are
T ERMS : -
. - Per Session of Five Months.
Orthography. Reading. Writing, Pri
mary Geography and Arithmalic, S6 00
The above with Geography. Child's
First and Second Book of History,
Good's Book of Nature and History
of U. S. 11 00
The above with English Grammar,
AMiss Swift's Philosophy, and Com
position, $12 00
The above with Natural, Mental and
Moral Philosophy, Chenistry. Nat
ural History, Botany, Ancient His
tory, Logic. Critticism, Butlei's Anal.
ogv. Algebra, Geemetry, &c., 15 00
The 1'reclr Language will be taught at
an exira charge, * * 6 00
Instruction in Music on the Piano. 20 00
For the use of the Piano, 2 00
Mathematics, the Latin and Greek
Langainges, in the male department, 16 00
For Contingencies, 50
Board may be obtained from 7 to $8 per
The Trustees have also made arrangements
to procure stated Preaching in the Chapel. and
will re.organize the Sunday School. which has
an excellent library ofsuitable books.
E. R. CALHOUN, 3
W. BLAKE, I
G. W. CURTISS,
S. CREWS, I
T. CHEATHAM1. J
Nov. 13 eowtJ 42
STdATE OF S. CAROLi.d,
Sarah Ann Roper, & another
vs. Bill for
Dr. Harwood Burt. and Emily , Partition.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
an order froin Chancellor Johnson. I shall
offer for sale at Edgefield Court House, on die
First Monday in December next, the Real Es.
tate of Benjamin Roper, deceased, consisting
Oise tract of Land, sittate in the District
and Stato aforesaid, on the Martintown Road.
containing nine hundred (9011) acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Daniel Prescott,
John Jones. Samuel Scott, Estate of Charles
McKie, and Estate- of Hillary bl.-Collier.
Said land to be sold on a c'redit of one and
two years, in equal annual instalnents, except
the cost of suit, which must be paid in cash.
-Purchasers to give bonds and good securities,
and mortgage of the premises to secure the pur
And on Wedne'sday. the Fourth day of De.
cember next, I will sell at the late residence ol
the said Benjanin Roper, dece-sed, the Person
al Estate of the said deceased, except the Ne
froes, consisting of H'orses, Mules, Cattle,
fogs, Householdand Kitchen Fuhiiture, Plan
latiori Tools, Corn and Foader, &c., on a
credit of one year. Purchasers to give bond
and good securities.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. z. .. D.
Nv. 8 4t 42
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed-to sell at Edge.
Bold Court House, otn the First Monday
and Tuesday in D~ecember next, the follows
ing property :
Luther Roll, N. L. Grimn and others,
vs. Charles Lamar, ihe House and Luit iin
the town of Hamburgr, known as the A.
mnerican ifotel occupied. at this time by~
Robert Rt. Hunter, as a Public Tavern.
~Michael Barr, Adum'r., vs.. George -W.
Yarborough and Robert T. Moore, Survi
vors, a tract of r'atd containing one hun
dred anid fifty acres, more or less, adjoin.
ing lands of Uriah tuabuet, Cathiarine In.
abnet and others, as- the property of the
Defendant, George W. Yarborough.
.Micht'el Barr, Adm'a.,-vs. Robert T.
MJoore, and William- Bridges, Adm'rs., the
tract of land- whbere Samuel Moore lived al
the timne of bis death, containing nine hun
dred acres; more or less, adjoining of land!
of Joel'inaboet and others.
Milledge Galphin and others, vs. Milledg
H-ankinson, Adrn'r., one negro boy, Billy.
Mlartin' Hitt vs. John Thurmond, one
h. BOJLWfEe, s. E. D,
Nov. 8 4t 42
Stafe of' Soudtr Carolina,
William Brunson, Adm'r. 'i
of C.-A. Dowd,
fY anorder from the' Court of Corn
Lmonaleas, in the above statred cse
l::will-proceed to sell at Edgefield Cour
House, an the First Monday. in Deceumbe
next, the pftriises described itn the Mart
gage in 'tht' above d~ viz:' thie HOIR
and Lot ib thet Village of Edgefel'd on
taioing three acres,- more or .Iessj-on thb
road loagling.froui-Edgefield Village t'o-mb
Pine House, adjoining..lands of Enoch
Pressley and others, 'on a credit of-sij
months, thte titles to be signed but notdhi
livered until the puirchiase money be paid
accoidiog to-the ter'ms of sale-aafiil
punrcbase money be'not 'paid' whien diue,
will resell.b'y virtue of the same levy, o~
acdount .of the former purehaser, for cash
Costs' to be paid-inCdsk
A L personidbted o CG iove
bycontract with Gre enville ffoi- kr
earnestly requested t 'omeforward ant
settle the saeaj liaesis discon
t9e0 h~L~~ setIe mongdde from al
2fP.US.W'ho hooksani t-dcoudite will .b
fidhd*it(MtG'.R Hax,ait-the 'old-siaeul
who g eatliorized. tp~sqftle ais fleretbfoies
WUOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STREETS,
H AVE just received, and will continue to receivo fresh'supplies of the following Arti
ticles, which they offer to their friends and the trade, at the lowest market prices.
20 bhds. choice St. Cioik Sugars 5 dozen Rocking Chairs, und wod
30 do. Porto Rico do. seats
10 do. Miuoscovndo do. e BLANKETS.
3 do. Clairfield do. 2 bale 9.4 Blankets . .
10 bils. Crushed do. 2, do. 10 4 do. ireighing 7lbs. ile
5 do. Piverized do. pair
5 boxes double refined Lear Sugar. 2 Jo. Grey do 104," . " "
COFFEE. A good assortment of Bed Blankets,
60 bags Old Government Java Coffee from
10 do. Engustura do. 10 to 12.4.
300 choice Rio do. NEGRO CLOTHS.
Bales Macho do. 2000 yds. Washington Jeans, heavy
C EESE. 2000 do. Coventry Plains.
20 casks prime Cheese. SA I.T. ~
BA G0 ING. 1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
200 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch. 5 do Table Salt
100 do. Tow, 45 i:ch Boxes Table Salt.
150 do Gergia & Carolina, 44 to 45 in. NAILS.
50 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in. 125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizes
24 bales Gunny.24 per yard, 45 to 47 in. 25 do Finishing Nails
N2OES. 20 do Brads. *''
& OE . SHOT.-;
I00 pair thick Brogans, choice S
1000 do. Hit) do. do 200 Bags. assorted Si~
1000 do Women and Boy's Shoes. C
3000 lbs Sole Lea'her. 10,000 Prima Country Side -
ROPE PD R.
150 coils Manilla Rope 30 Kegs Dupont' FF 4
50 do.- Kentucky Rope 20 do 'Blasting' -;
50 do. - Jute do. .12 do Eagle
MOLASSLS . SEGA RS.
10 Iths. Trinidad I( M. Large Spanish(W. A. H.
25 bbJs. New Orleans. 4 M..Spanih:(L-Naledos)
IRON - OM, do (R..P..M.).
IRO 6 hi. Light SOinsh!(L. Valedria)
100 000 lbs. Iron of various a sizes. iz: - M. Lit (Venus.)
} and j by J. 221 and 2j hy j topi s
2j to 4 by j to J. 4j to8 by A to I B&xes TeAs Conuisting of gupow
5000 lbs- Band rom der, Hyson and Imperial
1000 lbs [oop Iron, fruit . to 1} inch Cases Catteess, Gunpowde., Imperial &
10 bundles Nail Rods Hyson. T
5 do German Stell, assorted sizes, 2 chests Black Tea.
Ginger, Pepper. Spice. Cinnamon, Nutmegs. Saitpetre, B1ne Stone. Indigo, Coperas..
Shoe Thread, Cotton and Wool Cards, Brass Boond Buckets Painted Buckets, rubs,
Churns, Keelers. Willow Wagons and Cradles Washboards, Cocon Dippers, Clothes Pins.
Brooms. Wooden -Bowls, -Wash Stands, Bellows. Rakes, I doz. Seythe, Handles, Coffee
Mills, Soap,'Waron Boxes. Saddle Irons, Winglow Glass, Starch. 'istols, Canal Flour.
Country Flour. Tobacco, Wool Hlats, Caps, Grindstones. Osnaburgs' White Lead, Sladder.
Spern Cantdles. Tallow Candles.iTwine, Castings.. Fifth Chains, &e.,&c.
WANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for which the highest cash price w illbe paid.
g7Edlgefield Advortiser will copy.-Haiburg Journal.
Nov. .i3, 1644 tf 42
Administrator's sale. administrator's Stle.
B Y an Order front John Hill Esq. Ordina- DY an order from John Hill, Ordinary of
rv of -Edgefield District, I shall proceed Edgefield District, will be sold at the late
to sell on Thursday the fifth day of December iesidence of Joseph B. Jones, Sen.,-deceas6d,
next; at the late residence of Joseph Jones de- On the 21st November inst.,
ceased; all the personal property (if said de- all the Personal Estate of.said deceased, con
ceased.consisting''o nine I kely Negroes; hor- sisting of
ses, hors, cows; one yoke of oxeu, ox-cart, Twelve Likely Negroes,
plantation tools. household and kitchen- furmi- four or five bales of Cotton, Corn, Fodder,
ture. all the present crop of cotton, corn, it Oats, Iour Horses, about eighteen head of Cat
fodder on a credit of twelve nonthe. Perchas- tle and one voke of Oxen, at;d Ox Cart, Shee
ers to give note with approved security; and Hogs, Household and Kitchen Furiture,
property not changed until the terms' of sale and Plantation Tools.
ure complied witlh, and ir re-sold at the former Ter s-For all sums uder $5 cash, and
purchasers risk' , for all sums over that amount a credit until the
JAM ES CURRY, dm' r 25th December. 1845, putchasers giving- ntoe
Nov. 13 4t 42 with two approved securities.
Thd - S ".1e ' S. Ca -olina. The property not to be removed-intil the
T D R E'IL D RIT. terns of sale are complied with.
EDGEIELD DISTRICT- J. P. JONES, Adm'r.
David CalvinApplicants, 3 Nov. 6 2t 41
Henry Calvin, Mary Taylor, Summons in Adm inistrator's Sale.
Elizabeth Neyland and others, Partition.
Defendants. . Y an Order from John Hill, Esq., Ordi.
Yan orderfrom John Hil.Esq. Ordi nary of Edgefield District, I shall pro
ofteBititafr.idI l prceed toel at' the late residence of James Bean
B . CouDstit oe on wile prce Sen. deceased, on Thursday the 21st day oi
to sell at lEdgetield CortHue nteFrtNovember neitt. all the Estate ofrsaid deceased
Monday in December next, the lands belong, both Real and Personal, consisting of severa]
ing to the Estate of William Calvit, deceased, tracts of land, sixteen likely negroes, stock o1
situate im the District and State aforesaid, con- variouis kinds, the present crop,- two Road~
taining two hiiudred amnd thitteen (213) acres, Wangons. small wagons- andJ carts, hiortsehold
more or less, boutided by lands owned by J. H. and'kitchen furnitn-re, itihdm'ents' of husband.
Hammonid and others. Sold on a credit of r.adohi rilstotliu omnin
apprved m ronhs Prsery tive ba d n Also, at the same time andl place will be s'old
apprvedperona seerit, ad amortgage all the Personal Estate of Bartlett Bean, de
of the premises to the Ordinary, ceased. '
HI. BOULWA RE, S. E. D. Termns made known on the da-y of' sale.'
Nov.8 4r 42 JA MES BE AN, Ja'n., Adm'r.
Oct. 23 5t 39
State of Sotush (Carolina.
EDGE FlELD DI'STR ICT. Punic 1Notice.
BY JOFHN- H ILIL Esquire, Ordibary THE Estate of William W. Coursey,
Iof Edgtefield District. Jdeceased, havihg beenr left derelicr. I
Whereas William Bushton, bath anp'plied shall proceed to sell on Wednemnday, the
to me for L etters of' Aainistration, on-all 27th November instant, on 'a credit at
and singular the goods, anid chattels, rights twelve months, at the late residence of
and credits of Joseph Bushiton, late of said deceased, all the Personal Properly,
the District aforesaid, deceased,. thiese dire consistinig of one Horse,Hogs, Cowvs',-Corn,
therefore to cite and'admonish all and sin. Fodder and Oats, Plantation Tohls,tWouse
gular, the itindred and creditoi-s'fthe s'nii hold and Kitehea Furniiurs. Purchasers
deceaml, ('ie'ad'appiear' before me, at our will be reqtiired to give neoewith- appro'
next Ordinary's Court for the saiid Distriet, ved security.
to be holden at Edgdfield ourt House, on All sums undler.twd dollars, datab.
the~ iwenty f'fth day of November ins?, to 7JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
show cause, if any, why the said'admrinis- Nov. 6 . :41
tration should not be'granted.. . ..... .
Giveni under' my hand and seal, this Plant'atiel for Sale.
Tenth day of November, in the year of dur IIE nndersigned dtrers his plantation fot
Lord one thousand eight hundred -and ?sale, known as Horse Creek,about twc
forty-four, and' in the 69th year of Ameri miles belowv Angttsta, on the Savanmih River,
catn Independdnce. * n Edgefield Disiriet, South .Carolina.
'JOHN-' Lo.E ' H orse Creek Plhnkation cont'ains eiglit iln:
-ov.1 " ' '242 dred and four'abres,agreaihy to the plat, aboul
N-ov.13____________2 ___4_ three hittnd'red amnd fifty acres of' watch is rivei
S.a. -f --L1~aoia lowi groubd, with a mixture of isinglass-the
Stat Of ~atkdar~ina remnaindei-high land, having a growth of'eak
-EDG E FfELD' DISTRICT," A tieotla e Pint ~heogrudase
B. ' o1teeCMO P~eLart E ttS tensivebiurins and stables, w~ith a comfortabh
John '.Rute, elrto i small dwelling abd negro houses,.all'.ii'gdoc
es - Foreign Attachtment. rep air, and'a well of'excellent water.,
Geor'ge Kspleart. . . -. ; -a Ti above p lantaiion is' offerd at: privati
7'lI(E Plaintiff having thiisdjity amed his De- sale until the rst Tuesday iis Descamber next
charatin in my Office; anid-the Defendalft when, if'not diegased of, i; will be sold at pub'
having no wife oc Attorney known to be with- hole at the lower MaktHueithei
mai the Stirtes on wvho* i'opy of thesame, with of arkeguoueaiat.e.'i.
'a rule to plead can beaseaved. 'R is' ord'ered' Termasdsale--oetid ahanthais
that the. Defenidairt'plead tythe' 'aid Declara- Jsnj'et whenpossssn on the rmisa
tion withiin a'year'and-a day, nr nuhn aso i.s~given ;and the'remaining two-thirds of
lute judgment will be given.againsthitm. - a credit of one anud two years'ther-eafter, wvitl
T HOM4S G. BACON,C C. P.~ iisteres'fromi the date of:notes. -'
Clerk's Office. Nov.'lth,'184'4. * Notes wiih ayprgotgage dbn the'plantatioiwil
Nov.13 ly 4 b. requ~ired. Other- terms iade known on thu
'State of SOR thifarOlina. daEfsae' '. F. AMPBELL.
'EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. ., AugusF e9a Oct an~; $a -. tir4
Robert Burton hiving 'near Ddintofisville, Thu-ne Fweieubh Adte bodweekm unt
Tolls before mie a small brighi'hiay horse, with' J-ra i[pb'siteaoa eky.ut
both hitid feet white aboutfouleedm habils high: the day of sahe.-Augusta Cetttotht
ina six' years old, no brands or other, marks,
appraised at thventy dollars! .Laud to0P a~ '31 .
' .' W gRUN.sN agthMte. . :'jT well known' Plantatiowrfodaeri,
No 2(1, 1844 1't4t 42 . owned by N. Lowe, duceisde E~ntkii
' , u~ng four hundred and forty-th$(t43)acrei
Noite on:-Turkey Creekt iimdaiio Stag
All perisons indebted -to' the'FEstatiei o. W road leading fron' Edgefield C:sHito Ali
11am .W. Coursey, deceased, .ar~reqtuested to villa C. H. .Any one wishingto-purchase wis
make immnediate payment, and 'thosehaving do- do well to examine dr dtenmalees.
riarids. to'-'pregenat their.. duly attestedin the' A piily to the subrilters.. T C
tiuime prescribed'hy law- ., -I~~L 4d . : - ..- SAM!L WYILLIAMS,
- aJOHN HILAdar..-D. RygNSON..
Nov&41. '. er Efent~5 ' tF 485
Private EB&dinig ItheI.
T8E Subsdrifeinot-miihe .Pubic, that
tesidence, near ilIe tii,
oft 'the Ma Skad Ko- 0
whibh irll be .ank
Mathematic. Ihh. e
Langnawes. As he h
in eacIin-as. his hdl',
given-to a very limited no
and as the location ii remarkably Nilth
entirely remoyed roin all scenes of
and vice, lie: Batters'himself iid'hi n-C
tinue to receive d due sharge of the ip
of the public.
Tuition per Sdsuionti lv A"
Board at $900 noju d i* a
yeary ii dte.
Al who wiAsh fo e sZIM p
cution imniedit a 6M
can be reedi 'i
T -h Ad ertised wiliab i
aboiiiun y.1 iid fdr*hi thiC
accosinta i ise.-c Abbem.B
Nu.69: - '41
Feiinae Acadeinn: 7
T E. Trustees bating releed-from hid
- engagement the Gentleman who.h.ad
been chosen da Principal of this 'Iiitn or
the ensuing year, agah invits dlicatiohd
from. pefsods desiing thi'ai'tu'uion.' fiii
very eligible-situation, -in'e '.
for a Female Seminary. and dberecamnbe'at'
Ititle ddub't that a -tom petent feeliAr'*oula
havea large-and prnfitable 86hoh. Thl Trus
tees are;authorized'- tosay tibat -Dr1i.son;
who has had haige of the 'Schisi. '*ould'be
glad te sell his House and. Lot,iiksch are.con
veniently a rdnged for ifprifat residencerand
boarding school. The batM will desite td
make an eleetios earlas the li Deet~Aber.
A. B. ADDISON.
Oct.30 3t 4 0
WILL be sold at Abbeville Court-Hanse
.on the- FiRsT MONnDAi .'* .DZ'CiMBBz.
next, withoe any-kind oj ieere, all tiai'tiaci
of land, well known as' WI ITE IHALL.
The place is -so *eli known, we - dee'" :iun
necessary to give any fuither descriptiotror
it than to state, that the said place..ebptaipW
10o60 Acres, 400 .
of which is still uncleared. On the place-is it
large and cominodious Dwelling, and fue Storei
House, which' is-a good stand for buainess,Ai&
every necessary out-bilding, anst Ali in good,
eei,-One halfin icash, tihebl'inel"5
credit of one and two years. with interest frorm
the day of sale. Further pdrticilars ieAde'
known on the dai of sai. ' .
Oct. 30 - 3 t . 41Y:
IE7The Charleston .Merdargyand -.Edgef4e,
Advertiser, will giVe the abqve thriinperlis 0
and foiward their a.:count to this office. jBan
TE' Building. Commiti'ee pi-opse te,
T .erection of a Ne'Chrchat.Dai CaZZsC,
forty fief Wide'-ihd sixity feet long'] altasi
inche thick- hdighf6* - e"' feet-rbn floor td1
ceilinw amid underpin d:With' roek or briek-'
three ?olding pAnjnelfed dooms, sit feet by eigbr?
-fourteen windows; dighteenu. lightinzt welyt
by fourteen-one window, eight lagty tyelve
by fourteen. Dle commitee will receiveseale
proposals at' Lott's P. Q.,. Edd'eld Disne
until the 25th of N6vembef next, 6n'Which'day
they Will bs opened' and donsidere'd.
For further det'ails ofthe building, apply tfi
M. WATSONi Chairman.
Joux LOT-, Ckrk.,
Oct.30 4 40
1844, OCT OBE 16
.TUsT RECEIVED BY
WIU, KE TCRAl & CO.;
H AMBURG, 8. C.,
T ESANS. Rish Satin Striyed Chusans,
..Msliin di'Laines' Cshmneie do Laines.
Crape de Lamnes, Cashmere'd'e Ecostee, real
Silk warp Alpacca, rich figured A'ipadda, Par-'
asinies, Phillippians, Taalionis- B'o'mbatines,
Blacik and Colored Silksi Figut'ed and Plain;
(very rich,) Fotulard Silks,. Orleans Cloths,
Gim'pis'and trimmings, rich Prints, a very large
1.000 Yardfs Splendid Carpet,.Cheap,
And a. general and .full as'sortment of -Fancy
and Stpi Dry Goods..
Oct.16 ( Rep.) c3 39
Butters, Chieese, &c.'
30lb. Best CHEES,
3 0200 lbs. GOSH EN BUTTER, a
superior article for fanmily use.
A lot of siyierflne Chewing TZdlbacco dnd'
O nsinet lot of BACON, (edi'ed iai
For sale by
BLAND & BUTLER.
Oct.30 .. tf . 40
A LL. Persons indebted to- the subscriber.'
either by Note or-open accounts, are res
peczf'ully requested "to call and s ns;' and
fork ovef sonie of the needjul, as I wish to 'pay&
somne of my own'debts, and it *ill be necessary
for'ineto do so to collect first what is 'owing.
to'mie. Many of the -Notes'gre two,ithree and'
four years old. Longer gin'dulgence will not
begJESSE Ml. COGBURN.
Nov.6 t 4
. LL-Persons indebted tilihe subscrib'eib
i-. Note or otherwise, whiiiayli ll due~on.s
the .tst January, 1845, aai ~~ uenst.&i "'
to'hake arrangemernts'to'settlse same:::-'
ing in debi myself' I ami .'mpelled to collec*'
whiat is justly owing mie, Lo 'enablin~is'pay -
what I owe. "I hojie all will takie dub )mbtice
hroand act accoidingly. - -
I LL Persons'indebted to the' E'stataof'thi
late David-Richardmon, deceased, are re
quested to make payment b the llrst; day'of
January next, as loger indu.enee;Jiml delbf
given. All'persons baving unyemanidsagainst
said Estate,.are likewise reqested to present
thdoi as the law, directs.
Nov;6' ' -' ' 1 t ,4
' E Bl oe nd AccoumtiofEdr/1
en nAg 'areinor
nbaeieu. a settle their &a te,' lbsm
nes aryoasetletent .Wen the pa tied
- ND & BUTLE1