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Apropsiey inaklavating the presiaing officer or
the State Agricultural, Societye formed excid
vively for the promotion of tie highest interests
of the State, to the office of its'chief execdtiv
Magistrate, where'he will'possess anre ettiphat
ically the. means-and facilities of rostei ing the
paramount emuploymentof her citizens. Does
at noi strike every mind thatlii persuing this
course, there-fillbe a peculia fitness oftthings,
e felicitous adptiation- of means-to the nctom
plishment of an iniportantiend; a harminy of
purpose,-ithithe' igency .by which it can be
tuost effectually obtained? -And will the, Le-.
giulature,.disregard these .obvionsly imposing
ahnd moral tonsiderationstf Will its membeis
be uditadfuofrthe loog.and important servi
ces of Mr. SzienooK in thte cause of ti-e State?
- I trust not. The frirnds or agriculture have
t right, under existing circumstances, to ex
pect the elevntior, orthis gentleman to the office
of GOVERNOR, and I am sure that-they will
be grievously disappoiated,if their expectations
should be defeated.
I recollect no period in the history of the
country for the last thirty years. when the de
poresed condition of the agricultural communi
ty, so imperioisly cilled for-economy and re
form in evdry departient of public admi nistra.
tion. .Frugality. economy and industry. with
plain aid unostentations habits are most em
phatically demanded by the discouraging com
plexion of the times; and he is uot a good -citi
.eu, or a true patiint. who refuses to give his
countenance'and example towards the encour
agement of these plain but salutary dtites-.
ieforrm. to be effectual and pei nianent, must
begin with the higher orders of society, among
the officers and dignatories of the State. When
they set so worthy an exatiple, the hope may
be reasonably entertained, that its influence
will gradually peivade the diferent classesof
the community. down to the humble walks of
life. I regiad the election of Mr. SEAnRooK
as an important step towards the accomplish.
ment of these objects.,' AGRICOLA.
e-euneurifpinion with the author of
the above communication.-Ed. Adv.)
The South Carolinian is requested to copy.
Cocaisarr Br IUtLLL-"The Charleston
Courier of the .16 inst. says: The Teller of
the SetIh Carolina Rail Road Batk has shewn
atsacounterfeit Eight Dollar Note,.ofthe Bank
of Georgetown, which as far as the plate.is con
cerned,, is well calculated to deieve the com
manity. An examination of the signatures,
however, ,will she w their character, as there
appears to be no attempt at imitation. Th'e
name of the President, J. W. Coachman, is
written in a bach slope hand in the counterfeit
tud that of D. L. A'Kay. Cashier, tmuch more
cramped than in the genutne bill. This. with
the fact tha t the true btills are-shorter than the
purious. will readily lead to detection. but the
plate itself is so much of a fact simile.that the
mlost experienced might be deceived.
The Annual Meeting of de State Agricultural
Socute.-We would call the attention of Agri.
culturists generally. to this convention of our
planters, which will take place -on the first
evening of tlie necting of the Legislature, in
the Capitol. We understand that the District
Agricultural Societies have all appointed dele
gates, and there will'be an interchange ofsen
uiments on many subjects'onnected with agri
culture. The distribution.of pretmiums, for
crops and domestic manufactures. which have
already. received the encouragement of the
local Societies, will no doubt render the meet
ing doubly interesting to those who have suif
ficient enterprise to conie forward ascompeti
tors; and we do hope that there will be no
meagre show the rich yields of skilfully culti
vat6 fields, or of the delicate handiwork of
industry in the other departnents. We have
learned that an enterprising inember ofthe
Monticello Planter's Society, exhibited at the
Anniversary Meeting of that Society; on lat-t
Wednesday, a choice lot. of farminginple
ments, which he selected duritsg a recent
Northern tour, and we' would suggest that a
display of Agticultural inplemnents would add
mucla to the attractions of the ensuing meeting
offthe . State Agricultural Society. All the im
provemetts,,which we confidently predict will
soon:.be brought about, in our system of Agri
culture munst~be the result of the aid ofitoproved
implementi,,attd when we state that from the
use .of the spb-soil plomrgh alone, experimnents
made in anidjoiaingDastrict have shown that
the products on stiff-soils hasve been increased
one third without the aid of manure, our read
ers will tOregatrd tis estitmateCorAr upon
good. impleruent~s- as too high. . In the North.
tie tihrivmng tarmer., strives to obtainghe best
and most expenditous implement for-use; but
our systent here, is,. in ncttny/tu.ses, to attemmpt
the making ofa crop with just such implements
as will answer our purpose,.and-thus ouroep
erations are-. iimerectly performed. and -we
lose by half plouighing, atleast half ofthe ben
efits of tillage. -We have followed the. plough.
handles oarselves,.,-tanay aday, and een well*
testify asto the general benefits ofa good run
ning plotngh-therefore, letall toe who have
~iuaproved impleutents, bring theta fierward,-and
give, the results of theexperitnents with them,
Already have labour savinpg miachines been it
troduced by..our enterprisng eitizenseiother
departmetntsof industrial labour, and we-ee no:
reason why the first and greatest calling of'
maankind, -shouldnot receive like inmpulsesfr-om
like indvantagess, Let us- havethe gratea grow
er of our meppttin:dietrjctsthepcotton dante
of.. he mislha.co try,:ap.the-rice plqatar-o
ihe sea board,.lttagethe~r, noad let thge cziiua
of South Carolina know her resounrces, let,
them in .plain eensible counounion, tell each,
other what Ahey know,.a4ndse, ars certaingrealt
and .benefeiral. reslrta- wille'acerpe,ta all whu
may- attenid.. -We havenonly, to spoint to. the
recent display.qifAgricauttraml enterprise-azthe'
New-.Yorltr .StataLSpeietyrasena example, and
we are .certai,.our-agriculturists will flockd~o,
the old State House, and, give an .earnestr~of
their devotion lo the cause.afpraetica Agri
.MuRDER owTmns. K.; FouL.ER,0 BtBB,.zY
Wit. SaRY - os Batewnir Me regret thast
we are again compelled to record timost-fear
futl tragedy which accured in our city on'the
evening ofthea day of the Presidential election.
A young--gentleman from:Bibb county-named
Themes )LEutler;-was murdered by:Williat
Sedfrcf, a resident of:-thisicounty. -The.
weapon .used was a pistolk the deceased-was
shot in:the stomnacb, and survived buta few
to'meutenatTer~newii' thewound.. An In
quest -was held owkebayaid the-follow.
ing.verditemidered: "Tha Thomas K.-Ful
ler- camefto his sleath by a pistol slut-firedbmy
WiuiamSearcy2.. . . -. .--.::
.Searcvaduitediately fled. .A reward of-*350
has been- offered for his apprehension-10
by the Governor, and $2010 by thd father of the:
deceased. --We hope that.Searcy will be ap-~
prehendledL and-that.-justice may-be. done.-'
Milledgeville .lournal 12th inst.
NsED niPfovftb oeros Gur.-TheAla
bama:Mebitir say.:-1 Waialludedefew months
ago, tQ the-faetthat John : Sherard,, Esq.. a
wealthy and skilful latenof-Sum~ter co, and
witha-a-man of great :mechanmcal ingenuity,
hiad inreptediand patenlted. a Cotton-Giisa
perior to-angether now in use. We- copydhe
t'ollowing.noticaeit frome the Sumter ;coniy
Whig of2hd inat - - M
"A few days ago-we saw Mr. Sherard's new
potenst.Cotton-Gimrin full operatien. and we ecn
assurgti~pe who have not seen it,'thattt great
ly improves the quality of the cotton ginned;
and is-vorymsiu(hMiu. construzction-and' -easily
Lkept in 'order. Tifejss are nearly like thiose
o fihe ordinary Gi, sav4~sslight difference in
ths.enti-artite mteeb- heis circular haod
revolve -with the saw--behind thr'lis~rbef
liidriealrainsh .revolving- against the, saws,
.wlili 'ikes out tates,.trauhand dirt;stilt far.
tier b'inid and a little below-is-a siniilar brush
whielitakes off the cotton,frdin the* saws;and
carries it overa grate; wliclezntirely removes
thi remainder of thorash, dirt. &d.; Still for
ther back is a brush with ivings, which blows
the cotton through a flue !with-a tin bottom.
perforated with oblong holes similar to those of
a tir, lantern, through which, should there be
any remaining trash'or dirt* the whole will
pass. '.This flue has one advantages over all
others, it never chokes up. and consequently
does-not require delay of time in cleaning it.
"Tihe whole 'is eared by.. two hands and
workamost admirably. A fily saw Gin, the
size of that Mr. Sherard now has in operation,
will gil fourales per day We would advise
every farmer to ivisit Mr. Sherad . and judge
for himself. Mr..S. has beai.- at great troble
and expense-in. peafecting his imaproveinent,
and we have no doubt hi's efforts will be justly
appreciated by the cotton growing interest.
We would remark that the improvement may
be atta ched, at small expense, to the ordinary
gin; and further, that Mr. Sheraid's. new gin
will cost but a irifle, if any more, than those
now in use."
To PREPE1T HoRsms .mtMPtNO FENCE.
Some years ago, I boughta good horse, which,
among other fine qualities. was recommended
as a great jumper, vaulting with ease "over a
fence six feet high." I- intended to take' care
of that part ofthe business myself. . but for a'
time I found I was overmatched. I tied his
head to his fore-feet, but that made no diffe
rence-over he went. I put a wooden clog on
his fore-feet as large as a man's leg, but he car
ried that over the high fence with him. I "hop
pled"' him, fastening his fore and hind feet with
in two feet of each other; but was very much
surprised to find him. all chained as before, on
the other side of the fence; and it was not till
several repetitionsoftheexperiment. that I saw
how he did it-which was bvy drawing his two
channed feet closely to his body. and throwing
himself over with the other two. And when he
chained to be free from all restraint, it was very
often hard to tell where he might be found. as
he would soon pass half a dozen bigh fences to
reach some favorite field. To try to catch
him was very much like a boy's trying to catch
the hawk.-he said he 'did not expect to get
him, but thought he might at least worry him."
But I have found a simple and efficient
remedy. Passa small and-etrong cord round
his body just behind the shoulders, and tie the
halter to this cord between the fore-legs. so as
to leave a distance of about two feet from the
cord to' his head. If then he undertakes to
jump. lie is compelled to throw his head for
ward, which draws hard on the sniall cord,
causing it to cut into his back, and'he instantly
desists. The cord should not be more than a
quarter of an inch in diameter.-Cultivator -
A Nsw FAsHIoNED MATTRUss.-We so
joutned lately at the houise of a country friend.
We were treated to the most comfortable
mattress it has ever been our good fortune to
encounler. At first we, thought it was -fatigue
which had converted an ordinary conci into a
"thrice driven bed of. down;" bit we soon
found that there was a most comfortable pecu
liariarity about tihe bed itself, and upon inquiry
we found that we had been lying upon a mai
-tress consisting of eight or ten blankets quilted
together and encased in a linen cover; this
mattress rested upon an ordinary feather bed.
This hybrid between a feather bed and a mat
tress, secures all.the softness of the one and
all the levelness of the other. Moreover,
it is an excellent mode of disposing of the blan.
kets during the summer. We warrant he who
tries it, never buys' pother hair mattress.
Large Potatoe.-We were shown a
Sweet Potatoe on Saturday last, raised up
on the farm of Mr. Ramio, about four
miles from this town; which weighed nine
pvnds . We understand it was intended
us. a present thoihe worthy Editor of the
"Spirit of the Times." New York. We
hope it may ar-rive safe, end that a bilsthe
is mastigating this delicious Southern veg
etable, he will not forget' that it grew upon
true Democratic soil. that raisea the largest
kind of'Polk etalks.-HabugRpb
can Nov. 14.rnugRpb
Diference of Climnate.-At the late doaP
veniitin of silk 'grower-s in this city the
president observed that when Yb..-*as in
Itally, thbe eggs of the silk worm were el
w ays hatched 'by artifidcial-meansa owing
to the humidity of that-clirnii; iidit was
not necessary to take 'measures to prev~on
the eggs fram hatchiing.> But in the
Udiited States, owing to the dryniss of our
c~limate, the eggs. hefe tb bie ~ut in ice
'otises hod other- cold ylaes, to Ipnt
:theor 'roem -batehinig hefore the rnulherry
leaf is ready to feed them Hieinferied
from' these facts -that this-edltmity is ttost
fa-vot'alefor'The prodoction -of silf. ii
'ltafy.the bdoolsiell how'to'tmalke the eggis
hitcb-in,ieVaited Sts-sthe books tell
- Expestevalescery4It Is stated-that the
js~ieiry Aeru by ahe:Mar-qtis of Westnitn
iiter at ;the installation pftouis PhiIlippd
-16:i1e order'oftthe garter; wasof the moat
*uperh -charakter: Int the centre of his
;tordship's badge was -the 'celebrated Arcoe
4diadnad valued; at-1,000 guieast His
.lordship's' sword ulso'displayred a~massive
ziantooddit ofthel largest inithe world,
'weighitag96darate4.amd valued at ?620,000.
The same nableman'hasalaborersoni his
estates :who ydieiespettekevs
wives, andslchildlretrxhbabout twro doller,
.per wveek, and- groviaions near-thirty per
cent highter thaus ithibscoanry.
-I at-biov. 33.
Cotn n 8etrday an M onday.~
hits bedoms d t~h~tg iyarived on
Tnshee ~i ptr
chasers apei d 'st lyunessu a re
'duction of fni mjzous quota.
apparetly a~re pbt~aedency
to depreis ~ i unotations
areiiu t~i' i"fair5'
Gni~g shdaridg' 64.
Old 4tt,5e.'n ~ : .- -
nat in market~. &Se dd' ohnnr'hate
been receivd t ~ ae etai ing at
qdointions.-- - t
raIlroad.765:etspSaa.~ pan 5
cents per tiat. edh.rie ,6as tod
Tow for sta alcn
~ p ~4,f~SUUSn, Nov1
C We gnots usatibl -t
cents. ~ et otanfe e~o t *h0
tained re' oarttele inix~ -.
roud - ilnotbr n
50.o e panl it If4
to G app
itveri twhich isvery-low, although it has riset
three.inches within thi last'three'days. hlt ii
nowous foot: nine inches above-ilow watei
mark. ..The appearance of the-weatler indi
cates that -a further rise is not far'distant. A
rise of one'foot three inches more would make
it navigable for steamboats.
CoLUMBIA. Nov.14. -
.S Couoan.--The :article comes in freely and
meets with ready tale at our reduced quota
tion:. The. receipts of tho week- amounts ti
4,575 hales-sll by wagons; of which, 3,24
bales were sold, l.31-d stored. ~ There is:good
demand, amid the market is active; but since
the arrival of the late accounts from Liverpool,
showing a decline there of 1.8d.. and rather a
downward tendency, a decline has occurred in
this market of 4 tol of a cent per. lb. on all
descriptions, and the tendency.of prices ii
still rather downward. We quote the currenti
rates as follow : Inferior and ordinary 31 a 4 ;
Middling 4 a 4j; Middling fair L41 a 41. Good
fair5.; Good and 5j a 5i;-princspal sales al
41 a 51 cents, It requires a vory f d
choice article to command 54 cents--4orwar
ded. to Charleston during the. week, 4,89
bales-all by Railroad
. CAmnU, Nov.'13.
Cotton.-There has been very little offerina
during the past week. The news by the 1i
bernia has corrected prices in Charleston. btn
it is doubtful ifit Will have a corresponding of
fcei.sre. We still quote 4 to 5 cents.
On the 7th inst.,- by the Rev. Alexander Mc
Cain, Mr. WM S. SAYTLY. to Miss Zar.zat G.
eldest daughter of 11 ajor Jous C.'ALLKn, all
af this District.
[The usual see, a deliciousslice ofelake, ac
companied the above notice ]
Died, at her lat residence, Leesvlle, Lex.
ington District on the 7th iust.. Mrs. ELEAN10
Lim. afler sufferine with Christian patience
and fortitude a painful and lingering diseasi
for upwards of two months, in the Afily-third
year of her age.
She has left a large family of children, and i
circle of numerous friends and acquaintancei
to mourn the loss of a kind and, affectionate
mother, and a pious and exemplary woman
and to them it is a consolation in their bereave
ment, to know that she died in strong and an
wavering faith and confidence in the truth and
merits of the Christian Religion.
E take this means of informing the pub
Wlie, particularly Mill-rights. Mill ow
nors, or those about.engaging in either, that We
have pvachased of Gideon Hotchkiss, the ex.
elusive right of his Vertical Re action Water.
Wheel, for the State of South Cdrolina, and
are prepared to ha% e the new improvement
put up for all that desire it, or to dispose of
Rights to individuals or clubs. The adaption
ofthese Wheels is easy, not requirin any very
great mechanical skill. The Verticn Reaction
Wheel is adapted to all heads, from two feet
iapwards-requires one third less water to per
formn one-third, hilf, double, and in some in.
.tances three times as much as the old Flntter
wheel-is not affected by back water-can be
pleced on the shaft ofa common Flutter wheel,
securing uniform motion in all parts of each
revolution. It makes from 180 300 strokes in
a minute; is never frozen up. Some of these
mills have been known to cut on an averge
from nniv to eaxrt thousand feet of plank in
24 hours-one as high as TWELVE THOU.
SAND. With eqal power and speed itwil
ropelany other kind of machinery. It com
ty ofconstruction. . The use of the improve.
ment one year will in mnopt instances, repay the
expense. A set of the W. ekls may be seen at
McBee & Irvine's store Greenville. .
All communications, addressed to either of
the subscribers, post paid, will be promptly at.
WILLIA M T. MOORE.
JOHN G. MOORE.
Smithford. York Dist.. S. C.
N. B. John G. Moore may be addresseid, om
seon personally at Greenville C. H., till aboui
BY an order .fronm John Hill, Esq., Ordi
nary of Edgefield District, I shall pro,
ceed to sell on \Veduesday,the 27th day of No.
vember instant, at* the late residence of Johri
D. Rairped deceased, all the' iersanal estate
of 'suid 'deeased, consiteting of two Ne
grbtes, Horses. Hogs, Cows. Sheep. Black.
smith and Plantation Tools, Household ant
Kitchen;Ebroitur'e, the~ eet crop of Cotton.
Corn aidFosier& '. on ~-a c'edm of twelve
montbs.' Purtebaaers to give note andl npprai
ved security.2 The jiroiterty notebhatied unti
the terms of sale are comiplidd'with, and if* re
sold at the 'fornier paicdhasersfiim&k. -
-. E. W AT MON, Adm'r.
1ov.2d It . 43.,
-3Edgefield [Districtd' shalt'procee'd to-sel
at the late residence "of 'Moses Harris. 'de
ceased, onhe;l2rh of>Decedmber itext, all th4
Personal Estate of' stid deceated, consisting a
the:prosen'dirop of Cord find'Fodddr;Horwet
Hogs, Cows, Plantationi Tooks and du set a
Blacksmith's Toots, Househola and .Eitehe,
Furniture, andI one Wagon and gear,..one
credit of twelve months .with'note and apprc
THE E-Subscribers havinga deterineda
.i.Ibring their business to a close-by the bi
of anhry ene:tt, wrill'sell heir present st'ecl
of.Drya Goods, Hardwaie, Crockery, &c.. ti
e'Ae-would ab says to those indebted tons
by -note or acddon,dba isat 'of'Tanuarf'184
aud44;thdt they iiust come forward and'p~a
-up ' FRA ZIER'&.ADDIS0N.
- Novu20e4 4 -
LI House ind;'Lt.ihie -I now resc1
.iIcontainitgat'diW, ith-new an~d eon
modions building. .
H. R. SPANNL.
~Edgefield 1 04. -. .*~ 43*
(:"T be friends pf Maj. S8. C~OT
siintnict ha- a candidate fojTe
Collector, at the esouing election.
iif Tax.Col ehIc t
-E ahn h eti fo.*sh.
~ aest electior
RiAE TA'rOSTat -
Ronot and Sho. Store. Falefleld 'C R. n.r
-JOH1N HiErL, Etquiie; Ordinary
Whereas, Willias1nScurry haih applied
to me for Letter of Administration- on all
and singular the goods..and chattels, rights
and credits'of Sarah Scurr'y,late of the
District aforesaid, deceased, these ari
therefore to cite and ad-nonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors'of the-said
deceased, to he and appear before me, ti
our next Ordinary'. Court ror the said Dis
trictito be holdenu at Edgefield Court House,
on the scond day of December next,
to show cause, if any, why the said admin,
istration should jot be granted..
Given under my hand and seal. this 21st
day of November, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight huudred and forty-four,
and in the 69irr year of American Indepen
JOHN HILL. o. E. D.
Nov.20 2t 43.
T HE Tiudtede of the Greenwood Academies
- announce to-the commanity at large. Ithat
the exercises of these Instititionis will com
mence in the First Monday of January next.
The Female School will be under the instruc.
tion of the Misses IacasA and SA*RA RICARD
sow. The farmer lady is the present incinm
bent, the latter recently taught at Edgefield
Court House, where she is favorably know;,
as a competent. instructess Ais. MClfe .T
will continue in charge of the Musical De
partment. The Male D-epament will be
taught by Mr. JAna3 1i tC.Axs, the present in
structor. who has the eaperience of eight years
Inconsiderafton of the pressure of the times.
the rates of tuition has been- reduced, and are
as follqw: . -
Per Sesfio* of Five Months.
Orthography; Reading. Writing, Pri
mary Geography an'd Arithmatic, $600
The above with Georaphy. Child's
First and Seind Book of History,
Good's Book'of Nature and History
of U. S. 1100
The'above with English Grammar,
Miss Swift's Philosophy, and Com
position, $12 00
The above wi.h Natural, Mental and
Mural Philosophy, Chemistry. Nat.
ural History, Botany, Ancient His
tory, Logic;Critticism, Butlei's Anal
ogy, Algbbra, Geometry, &c., 15 00
The Freh Language will be taught at
an extra charge, 6 00
Instruction in Music on the Piano. 20 00
For the use of the Piano, 2 00
Mathematics, the Latin and Greek
*Langraages, in the male department, 16 00
For Contingencies, 50
Board may be obtained from 7to $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 of suitable books.
E. R. CALHOUN,
- A. WALLER,
G. W. CURTISS, f4
B. CREWS, -
Nov. eowtJ 42
Democratic Re-Annexation Ticket.
JAMES K. POLK. of Tenne'ssee.
3. .7. '. . VFn.L tiCr. PA1UCs"l'23'r, - 6
GEORGE:Mj DALLAS. of -Pina.
Private Boarding School.
HE Subscriber informs the Public,'thit
he wilI optp aiSCHOOL at his own
residence, near Louridsville, Abbeville District,
on the Sqecond Monday of .Januar next, in
.which will be tautght the English Blrienches,
Mathematics, the Greek.. Latmn and French
Lajignages. As. be has had long experience
in TIeaching-as his whole attention will be
given~to a very limited .nnmber of scholars
and a~s the location is . remarkably healthy and
entirely remoyed froan till scenes of dissipation
and vice, he flatteis' hasclf that he- will con
tinue to receive a dub sharge of the patronage
of the public.
Tuition per Session of five months, $18 00,
payable in advance:
Board at $8 00 per month, payable half
yearly in advance. -
All who w~ishi to enter should make appli
cntion imme~diateiy a4 only .a limited inuthier
cani be received.
* Th Edafiel J.L. L~d!LEY.
The dgefeldAdertIser will publish the
above utinllthe Jst off Janiry wnd forwa rd his
account to this'ohlice.--4bctannera
Nov. 6,Ot 41..:.
NH E Trusteisv at'irig Freleased 'fror iii
Uiengn'gernet 'the 'Geittem'an wiio lad
been chosen as 'Princiiitl of thi, lInstitution foi
the Enaning year1 again iraite ajipliations
frotri peasbas desiring-'thie situation. '-rt i, a
very Eligible sitdatiida, ia et'erg gidint wit'We,
-. for a Female Seminmgry, and there can bs biut
ltitle -ooubtz that' a''ompeterdt teacher would
havedtlarge and profitable School; dhO Trias
tees are authorized to say that D~r. ,(olinson,
who fals had charge of th'.:<School,' wanld'be
gliue sel.his Hlou'b andLot,- which -are con
veniently irtraiiged forn private riidefibe and
boarding schoolf The Boar'd will desird .*o
make an elecn Thed ia e l)Decoinhei.
- a M Ax 1 'S,
S LL persona indehtedi C. J. dovet,
-1 by contract with Grednuille Hol, are
earnestly reguested tp o eruleforward and
settle the same, as the businesg is discon
tinued.' 1 thiink asettlemientdtisfrdm all
'concerned. -. ;j.(~ OV
P. . Tho-books an4" scusisirwilI be
fotatd with Mr. G. Hano a1h''Uld stand,
who is authorized, to seftle as, heretfore.o~
Nov.13 . ..
'A1l persons indebied- to ihme ~stute'of Wil
liam -W. Cosrey, deceased, are'reqtedted to
make immediate piaeremiend tilosehivingde
mands, to p;resent them dOlf attested- in the
time preseribed by law.- . -
- 'JOHN IILL i'as
Nov6 - 41 -
LL pers~di afing misdsno
Sta eatatd'of WIlham ltobdrison*; se
~eaesd. Ste requested toa ^rent lheid bthe
25th.Decmeibertas th'e etiae 4rl~biliatribuid
itaiediaitely thereaftei '-T
GEORGE ROBERT.90N, EdEcnto.
-Sentembe 4. - ieoa2
CORNER CENTR AN
AVE just received, and will continue tc
ticles, whicli they offer to lheir friends
20 hhd.q. choice St. -Csir 5ngars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
I0 do. Muscovado do.
3 do. Clairfield do.
.10 bbls.-Crnhed.-.-.- do.
. 5 do... Pulverized : do.
5 boxes double refined- Leaf Sugar.
60 bags Old Government Java Coffee
10 do. An-usura do.
300 choice Rio. 4o.
Bales Mocho do.
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces H eavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch
100, do. Tow, 45 inch
150 do Gergia & Corolina, 44e ,'n
50 do. Kenlucky, (heavy) 44 U
24.bales Gunny,24 per ,ard, MM
3000 pair thick BKogans, choic .'
10100 do. Kip do. d
1000 do. Women and B hes.
3000 lbs Sole Lea'her.
150 coils Manilla Ropp
50 do. Rentucky-be
50 do. Juto
10 hhds. Trinidad
25 bbl. New O s
100 000 lbs. Iron ofzaitis8 a.sizes. vi
. and 4by 5J2:2 and.21 by J to I
2J to 4 by.jto , 4 to8,by J to I
5000 1b Band , ot
1000 lbs Hoop fronfrum 1 to 1J inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do Gemnian StelIassortedsizes,
- -A L
Ginger, p. ( i(ce; Ciinnamon,; nin
Shoe Thread;'oftton and Wool Cards, Bra
Churns. Keelers 'Wlloiv Wigolsand C'radle
Brooms, Wooden Bowls, Wash Stands; Bal
Mills, Soap, Wagoef Boxes, Saddle Irons, M
Country Flour. Tobacdo, Wool Hqts, Cap, C
Sperm Candles, Taln'r~did16s Twine Cas
WANTED-10.000 ll.. BEES WAX, fo'r v
- 07Edgefield AdVitii'e9illcopf.IHani
Nov. 13. 1844
Y an Order from John Hilt Esq.1 rdina.
ry of Edgefield DiWsricWsVhi'all: ji ed
to sell on Thursday the bilh div of December
next; -t the late residdnce-of J'dseph Jones de
ceasedi all the personal property oflttidUe
ceasedcinsisting of nine I kel Negrdes ;-her
ses, hogs. cows; one yoke -o oxen, ox.cart,
plantation tools. honsehold ind .kitchen furni
tre. all the present crop of cotton, corn and
fodder on a credit of twelve months. Perchhs.
era to give note with approved- security,; the
property not changed until the terms 6f ale
are complied with, and if re-sold at the-forimer
- JAMES CURRY, Adm'r.
Nov.13 4t -42
.1,1Y i Order from John Hill, Esq.. Ordi
niy 'of Edgeeld Districi, I shall iro.
ceed to sell at the late residence of Jn meq Bean,
Sen. decensed, on Thuriday the 21si day of
Novdiuef nekt. nil the Estate of said deceased,
both-Real and Personal, coisisting if several
tractsofMland,-sixteen likely negroes. stock of
vaiious lAitds, the present crop, two Road
Wagons, small wagons and earts, household
and kitchen.frurniture, implements of husband
ry, and tliersarticles too -tedious to inention.
Aligo, at the same time and place will.be sold,
all the Personal Estate of BartlettBean, de
ceased. . a/
Terms made known eq the day. o'stie.
JA MES BE.tN, Jtu.,.Adm'r.
Oct.23 5t 30
THE Estate of William W. Coursey,
..dedeased,- having been lef; derelict. I
shall proceed to sell dni Wedifesoday, the
27th. 1November instant, on a ?~redit of
twelve months, at the, late residence el
sai deceased, all the: Personal Property,
consistingofons Horse; Hogs; Cows.Corn,
Eodderatnd Oat e, Plantation-Tools, House.
hold and Kitceen Futitu re. Purchasers
wil) be'required to give note with:. appro.
All sumns,under~ two.dollars, cash.
JOIIN HIILL,o:E. a
Pla ntatioa for liile.
?rHE tznderigned offei- his paistatior o
3. sale,iknokn as Horse- Creek~abiout ai~
miles below Augusta. on the Savannah.River;
Horse Creek Plamtation contains eight hun
dred and fouir acres, agreeably ~th i~lat, about
threelhnmidr'ed and fifty. acrps of~wbtch is. rivet
lov rotin'd, with a iiture of isitiglass-ihe
remnimder'hh land, hving a girowth of oak,
'At the'se "rt~n it? the lo* ground, ar4:ek
teusiwb lais-iidatables,with a comforable
sina1Lfwdiling rnaid negro hoduse., all-'in go'od
The-idoe p ldntation is' offered t i rivate
sale untif hidrst Tuesday in December next,
'wheffitis ed of,3taill; bie'soldi jin
lie gale, etshe:lower Mlarket H ouse id thefify
of Augusa: - n
* Te:ana 6Ipale-one third cash, On the first oj
aqttuary qegtavhef possesisionor the premiset
will ha gietugnd-thes remaining twoethirds 6d
a-crdi.Q4teOpd two..years thereafter, wvith
inereAt;frgsnpilteiate of notes..
- .f4.otsiwjtia a nmortgage~an the plantation ill
berequiggd , Other teriusnadeaknown oa1t
daytetodiea- e .
-Augusta,:Ga vOct. 29 4to - 41'
The Edgefield ~vr: . d :Hamburg
Journal aihl pttligh tiles bowd, weekly, uniti
the day ofsale.-Augusta, Cowsti oiiaLe
E rd ord
HA elI knoev Plantation ope
owned by N. Lowe,. lace sd codftan
ing four hundre~d apd fo'rtthl~edo (43.eres
on Turkey Creak, itdiatbly' ( td:sa
rolid leading~ fr'pz:) tigefield C. H~ to3Aboe
ville C. H1. Auif one wishiing to prn' ajwii
'do wefl to extamine for tjiemselves.
Apply Io the si~reibbi~L
- I SAMPL W~IIMMS,
D* D .(U.. '
Set25h t fi M 8 -
N 3SA~ AT THI8 0F~E
receivo fresli sliplies ofk-&fl
mid the rude, atthe lowestemirkences
5 dozen Rocking ais nd
2;Ado.. 104do. weg
- pairt -
2. lo..Grey do .10-4 -i~3
- ea .av -.
- do' Tabhe~sIt, IA I -
* C ~.NAILS.
125 Kegs Nails, assorted Sizdssg ard
25 :do. Finishing-1ai
2 0 do -rads. *1 . . -
No 1R. SAIO T.
10,0 9rimo Contryide
30 KeA sbuop~t'? FFF
t2 do -Eaie. '
10' Lage;S aish (W. I.
4 M. Spanish (L- Valedos) t;"!
10M, do (RP:. M.)i -l T
a i. Light Spanmh:(I.3 V.
50Bojes' Tes. Consit gopow
der, Hyson and imer'
- 6 oses'Catteess; unpowde mper -
2 chestsBlack Ten.
egs, Salipei e, Blue -Stone. Indigo d'opperns
sa, 9nnd 'Bidkets. Painted Buckets, ,Tubs, -
s1Vdhboi,,CoD ies, Clothes Pins~
loWe. R4kes-l doz. Se the, HandlisfeOo4
'inglow Glnst. Stnrbli, Pistils."aial' t oidir,
lings, Fiftil Chains, dec, &c. -
rhich the highest cash price willbe'psid'.'
aurg Journal .
, | 4*t , t| Hi p- ~ ~
HE -Bsilding' Cdmmiiittee pa'opose- the
erection of a Xer Church at-DtyICaig,
forty feet wide atid Aiatj'f&ee one--wall six
inobes think!-heiglt.fourtentf'eetom ooto
e~iliig and iaderpined wjtly. cnck rtorliick~
thedefoldirig pashelld doors.:&ixeet by eight
-fourteen - windows. eigIteen lights, -z
by fuiditde .-'nerindow,~ihig'ids, t
proposals A Lo6T''k 0.' jfedii Dirioti
until tie ItA. of;N enex ,a 'lichm ay
they -will-be opened aid adoq tdied.
For furthei -deT th g
Joyir LoTr?, 'ler.
*,Oct:30 -"t d
W ILL be sold at Xbevillo Court'HoiEd
on the Fins-r..MODAY is Deausgia
next, wiahoulany Iind oj reserps, all rthat c ;et
of-land,.well-knmiin ds VRIlTXRAIL
The ltace' isoa well known we- It un
necessary to -give any furthee idescription or
it than to state ibt..the said -place contains
of whtichis stili un'cleared. On th'e nlace ai.
large and comnmodiouis Dwelling, and tine Storo
H lonse, wvhich is a good stand forbusines,agi -
every' pecessary out-building, and all in Lfod
2Wms-Oiie hmir ir cash~ the balance on n
credit of one and two jocars. with interest fronz.
the day of' sale. Further particulars'made -
known oin the dlay of sale. .. .
Oct. 30. St A
(1T'The Charleston. - ercury..and Edgefleld
Advertiser, will give thtd ibove thrce.ipsertiots
and forwar~d their uatcoun t .to his-offig..(j[ra.
W 84. 00ET8BER&4. :.;.
- HAMBDURO; 8:~~
75IESANS Rich Satin Strjged Chnta s,
MI Suelin'de -Laines, Cashdsiere-d# Laines..'
Crape de -Laines, Cashmere de' Ehovi, e;iiul
Silk wairp Alpacca, rie Iildfed Alpaden r
asiiiesi.Phlhppidne.: Tagjnis, .Boinbazinnes,
Blak~ade~lord Siltis FF'red'and.PIiid
~Gitops aud:trimings, 'rich Priia, a fery liirg
Oct.16 (Rep.) St 3 ':
.- ,lLi ersons ineb I Ijle
either bytote.hr ouin'aotit e~
pecufuslly reiluested:."tu e4andes
lork ovar 'srea h eifial iit
sothb'nnf o'ei'f ecss
foi me to do so ,to dols oia
four years old.: Lone.6tgenisVilP
beogiveni~. .- :*
- ESSEM G~
' LL ersons iindebtd dq th~persu
..~iNote dr'tuherwisse -~tj ~u.oo
thelftJannerf;11J5r4 ary,9 -u~t.~
to make arratngeinantstose th~s -'d~
ing~ in debt mhyself:I.am niny tid l'Z"
what.iusjustly owing mietd" nbi tia~" "'.
-what Ijowen.1 hope all will :tal.e ane-,notice~
h ereof, and act igcordingly n .an-?"W...a
Nov.6 - THOMAS B. REESEiN7
3'HE Books kodlAeountseniiEMfl '.
ona in debted4 etreensigteY
ubseribers'ajiasttle-th jr aosittnts;iu his-is
- .nEDGEFIE~LD DSTR.~
'Tolle before melt small bi 1e
and sixgears old, -no. brooher