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Synod of Soutd.Carolina and ;orgi
--Tbiisdy assembled in the ,Pjesbyte
rian Chbrcl in this place onthe"i2th insi.
The Sytd was opened by a serraon.from
the Revi John S. Wilson. blodertor of
the lust.Synod, and on Friday the;Rev.
E. Al.Palmer. Sr., was choosen Miodera
tor fthe present session. The most im
.portaut business iransacted-was the divi.
'aion of the "Synod of South7Carolina and
Georgia,":into-itwo,8 ds; to be styled
respectively the Synod of South Caroli.
na- add Georgi.Resolutions were also
,passed for,:a' prospective divison'of the
fuinds aested-in the Theological Semina
g* of the Synod at Columbia, restoring to
te Synod of Georgia the amount 'ol the
alonations contributed by the citizens of
thai State,-whenever the Synod of Geor
gia shall deem it expedient to establish a
Theological Seminary for themselves.
The Seminary at Columbia in diie mean
time iao..remain under the supervision of
a Board of Directors appointed jointly by
the two Synods, The Synod adjourned
According to announcement.we proceeded
to the Hampton Course on Christmas day,
to witness the Balloon Ascension of Mr.
Russell.. We arrived there -before the
process of inflation commenced, and re
mained very patiently until after sundbwn.
During the whole time, the process of in.
Aa[ion, we observed, was very tardy ; and
it was not until nearly sun down when
the attempt of Mr. Russell to ascend was
made, and failed for want, we believt; of
asufficient quantity of gass, such is was
made. TheBjnoon was again - atishei
ometer and an additional Amount
of gass added, when Mr. Murry, who had
never made an ascension, and though
night was coming on, made every prepai
ation for an mriel trip in the upper regions.
But again it was found that there was i
small deficiency of gass, for after, the Bal
loon had ascended about a fundred iyards,
it momentarily poised itself, and slowly
descended.. Thus were I16 eople disap
pointed, and we belive, Mr. Russell was,
ino less so. Had the inflatibn continued
for twenty minutes longei'; ire could not
have been a failure ; bus die darkness of
night ended- all further aeempt ?or thj
day. WOeunderstand that Ml'r tbsej 1s
determined to make ah ai'eension froib.this
city, an it was owing to aiiappointihnts
which are unnecessary to be meiiibi'e'd; is
chiefly to be attributed the failiite f the
attempt. He is not.the first, by far; evein
with greater expe ence, syho has faileda in
a similar way Waahtgiohfa.
Punishment if an Abolitiovias.-The
Mobile Herald states that Capt. Jonathan
Walker, who recently stole several Spves
from Pensmala, ikid was caught oi iis
way to Nassi , has been trjed and pubish
ad. He was sentenced to be find $150 ;
to stand in -th's sillory one hour; to be im
prisoned l.i and to.be branded on
the right a id ers ",S. S."-all of
which, except the :imprisonment. has
been executed. Abolitionists,.takie warning!
- The Chi~estoit Aere"" orbe25th
inst. saf4--*.eta* este' soie ery
beautiful .ipecimssns f, 'tropieal fr.uits
grown in t. lukfi rish, iht .indikaie
BPI,, what gighbe-Jone with more Xnae.rion.
The gyison has, however, been .sebtarka
bly fine. In the department of Lemson
there was the large and ripe fruit, the half
grown and the clustering .hisoths, all,
taken from ihe satrb tr.e.
[ 'roshI i~e ai'an JKqsg ZAdocate..]
CULT1VA TION-OF SUGA::.
East Beton W~ogels8d'estined% '.bekome
empjhanc~ally ai sisgar-growing panrish. 4
great -nary ofour planters-, particularly ja
the higher lands, who have heretof" iene
riising cotien, finding thissap. er
ing sueh vast deprectation, amljubject. to
such ruinous contingenciena of late years,
have been purchasing, tlia 'season, their
suppies.of-seed-can'e in order to outer in
rb the cultiisfeuIf mi jilwiti, Ab~rinjg the
ln forteer years,,te.de of successfully
,cultivating sugar otn the' highlands in this
parish, was considered chimerical, and al
together,,mpracticable, but now, thaj the
atdtptiog) of these lands, to.this Attipottant
culnptas b'hsh fdirlty and _ fu,lly tqeted,
aS ejls~btettirn the :qunfity and'inperipr
.quaT'ity or' the sugar made by Mtr3.'B.
Kleinpeiier,.Dr..Perkins, Mrs. Combs and
.others, there seetius to. e'a perfect -iania
even among our moderate~ly circumstane'ed
planters to engage in this iose reerative
branch of plantin.g. The sugar produced
on the highlands, is~generally qf a larger
grain thantbat prodneedon thIwibtwl
bottoms, and -is less liable 4to drnp., -and
consequesltly more 4iesirable fo'.keep on
hand or.td ahip. We sincerely hope, that
all who are about to embaskfn the sugar
mnaking business will meet with that snc
.'ceo. which has characterized the: efforts of
se ,those who have pireceded. them.
, Shep.-The Hon. J. S. Skinner, in a
letter to the editor of the Prairie' Farmer,
spakesthe following remarks:
m"1 gt -6f opinion- that the best sheep
walks will.atfI'st-be foniid in the hilllyid
mountaiqsu ~ st '' of Virginia, the
est meatalone they manufacture: the
fleee -of 1200 s e .~ab4roughont
bewa ffnit44 .tiold .by onesof-the
.proprietot' chat tfip ahd got froth ihe
~rogesy of thfS esi1"* .traasplanted
to Ohio~ a saple longeraI an.sine asx at
e* of the oni~ugrcqjc. The storkcers in te
facfor'y own 6000O of.otock."
.Hiats to Schtool Teacher'.-Keep good
otraig but be not tyrannical and overbear
f'or keepingdoodgrder~strive to oliai
the tore a tespect ofgodt scholars, and
yoit may then lead ' thinatyone pleasure.
.Govern chiefiyge a~snand persua
Never strike h'seltilar in n asi n nqr
punish more than is absolnute t~y
Be ierf' W1sltatyo u se oaitl
ha wha hsen&csan t h
vie be perfectlyttiatural.
wvhjidirii7v6 thei dsienson to 'think
*fie:sehoiat.,ddes not perfecrtly understand
Thelas.hing mentioned has been gross
ly neglected by most'eachers. so that ma
ny a youth.has understood nothing ofmuch
that he ins" committed to memory until
his riper judgement comprehended it.
As there are consequences/depending
upon the manner of rearing the tender
minds as lasting as'eternity, it is highly
important that, every teacher should feel
that he is formiing characters-for another
world, and his example his precepts; and
all his actions. Will hav'e an impQrtaut
bearing upon the future destiny of his pu
In the year 1842 there passed through
the Dismed Swamp Canal, to Nbrib Ciro
489 hogsheads of Spirits,
1687 barrels .
And 247,000 bushels or C.orn ahd 2/,000
busbels Wheat came frbm North Carolina.
Durhtg the ybar 1843 ilibri phssed
throngh the same.Canal only 358 barrels
of Spirits, and from North Carolina.
525,000 bushels Corn.
95,000 do. Wheat.
Thus as Intemperance diminishes, In
Oregon.-Uecording to the last evi
deti6es, die American population now in
the Oregon bettlements is upwards of two
thousand, They have formed for them
selves a Government, elected.Executive
and Legislative offiterg,eatablished Courts
of justice, and a Reco-d office and Land
Titles. Schools and churches are provi
ded,'.iplls to. supply ltmber and for the
inanufatture of flour are in bperation, cat
tle ald ARo'bk of all kihds are rapidly incres
siag, -farms are in cultivatied and the. fish
eries yield abundantly. To meet the
gro4idg ints of at ctyilized comrrmunity
money.. bas been sent to New Ydrk for a
printing it and a steam engine.
If the settlement of the Oiegon country
goes on in this .way. the settlement of the
Oregon question will take careof itself.
Both operations are likely to go on togeth
er; or rather the latter will reolve itsepf
into the first
We gee Jiy the papers, that ir. Clj -his
emancipated a servant named Charles, a long
tried and faithful colored man. We are not of
those who can see nothing in a political oppo
qen to aoprove, but in this case we think that
VE Clay'has aced the reverse of a philanthro
pist. Itisa 'odr, way 4o reward a faithful
neg'o1 tarnitig hint'6ut on the world to support
himself, partiqnliry.sombwlephp is.a'lltife
enjoyed the protection dftA fin; ikrt'. Sjuch
a neg. is unfitted f&ir responsibility, and in
ntne cases out of ten, the advantages which he
enjoye1v ilepretjeted," make him the more
artfl villin .N4hen inompelled to tlke care of
himelt.-Petrburg Repu i a
Uanburg Prices Current.
* ecember 18, 1844.
a&en, per lb.'. trin, iier .''
Hog round, 6 a 64 Sweedes,ass'd, 4 a 6
Hams, 7 a 9' Hoo, .7a9
Shoulders, 5Ja 6 .Seet, , :.. 9
Sides,. 6a7 Nil RodA., 74a 8
.Bag, per yd. Russia-bar. 5.a.6.
Best mp, 17 ~a:20 Plough Mtoulds, a 7'
Tow, 15 a 18 Lard, per lb. 8 a 10
Cotton, 174a 00 Lead, " "1 6 a 8
Bolerepe, per lb. 8 a 1( Lime, per bbl. -
Beeca, prlb. 22 a 25 Stone, 2.00 a 2 25
. Cotton. per lb. Rice, per 100lbs 4 00
did. to Pd'p, 34a .; Sugar, perUj
Mid1idg 'F.ar, 4 .a '44 St. Croix, 10 a 12
Fine, 44a 45 Potto Rico, ,7 a 10
Old, ltp 3.ja 45 New Orleans, '7 a 10
Cofcc, p~r lb.- Havana, whi:e fo a 12
Rio, 8 a 10 Do. brown '8 i :10
'Java,' 13 a 15 Loaf and lump,13-a 15
Corn, per bn., 00 a 50 SaIl, per bush,50 a 0
Coe-x Mea, Goa 624 Sack, . L.75a2 00
Flour, per bbl. .-. -- TaIlao.-~per lb. 8 a 10
Canal, 6 50 a 0 00 Tloite, .per lb.,
Country, 4 50 a 00 American, 25 h 30
Ilides, per lb. 7 a 8 Englisht, 25a 376
HAlhsuno, Dec. 24.
.?Cotlanm,-On 2'hupsda.y, Ftiday, and - Satur
.day last,.a eonsiderable-quantjty arrived here;
~bur since that time our town. looks deserted, as~
ithereis qearoely a.s wagon.4tO be seen in out
'streets, which no doubt, will- be. the case -nntil
-aller the'.ioliays.. Our quotations remain the
sapeds last week, viz :Orditnary to Middling,
3.4to 3); Middling Fuir, 4 to 44 ; Fine 4)-; an
ezfiGne Rwality 'may commhand I or~ w ore.
P giffs reinamn at last quotations. A -thqinn
iSh'n'd ight. last had a tendency to-assist-the
rivei- a trifle; which stilLremailis in baable con
- - - .ACGUsyk,'Nec..
Couen.-The price ofthtis article has advane
1ed -lately 4 to jc. on 'the lower g nalities, but
*this advance will-he' more thian lost by the ad
vices from .Liverp,ool.per Steamer at Boston,
up-to the 4d1 inst.;w: ci erjtreceived here
on Thuro~t~i eveniu ~s,ahowihg'a4Scline in
that market of 4d. o id. on all gntqlide5; aio
ibf.4'd. on fair, which is (toted al.
Colon.-aThii recei s were considerablie till
the astth day,-d urn wichthey have~fale
leno~gea ad'bt :ermore niay4 Je
pected dII aer the holidays. The;.market ts
in a very depressegl staty, and- 'prices range
from 3.to'5 'cents, wijllfe most sales liare been
made at 44 a 4j-.-Caroiniani.
- Cten-.a-The Uplaind-mketet the ci'bie~o
the previon* weekswaierymuchdapressedr'
many, anxious- to realize met buyers atf ia Wsa'
uan~anA.inzbaies paid earlier in the -weeli'
but-soimorefused ito litrnweraee en.
Satrdy ig Wevetigatity-ofanemidu~
aeinerenatrepokr: the i-ket, and esr
~0Obsles of' thoeedriptions ofiUpilasid
chapgeddiinds at lowsr~prices.shan at any-pr
vions time. thisauao.;hokeis.havigbe's:1.
relievial by hevtprtonteisd
*eponig a4as~ Mo d an~nsay
dr's agiegstd ist iale
rally an faor ofii-p
dug we reevd, " ' u
the other side War.:n4 ~4~i~t
the latest dates, he sto~3~v~ad
opat ders vqettnse e ru~
ac Shv ,np ~t es h is
a prsen to avequotations,
Public Notice is hereby
given to all Defendants in Execu'inns,
which are maiked -wait orders," to come
forward and-pay .up the cost. otherwise I.
am. instructed to levy anJ make the same.
This notice is intende to prevent the
accumulation of further cost.
H. BOULWARE, s. E. D.
Dec. 31 if 49
T HE:Estate of IVilliam Cook, deceased,
being left derelect, I shall proceed to sell
at the residence of. Samuel Cook's. on Wed
nesday the 22d day of January ins.t; all ihe
personal property of paid deceased, consisting
of two likely Negroe's, onis Horse, Household
and Kitoben .Fu0uitar, o' d credit of six
months. Note And zipproved. security -will be
JOHN HILL, o. z. D.
January 1 3t 49
SEED RYE Fol SALE.
-F. W. PICKENS.
Januar1 -~ . t 49
ALL Persons indebtid to the Estate of Anna
. Terry deceased, are reqnested to make
imniediate payment, and those having demands,
to present them properly attested.
J. TERRY, Executor.
1cc. 25 3t .48
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate ofNich
olas Lowe, deceased,., are requested to
make immediate.payment..4aud those baving
gemands to present them duly attested.
A. LOWE, ?
L. A. BROOKS, mrs,
Dec.18 .. 47.
Negroes for Sale.
I shall offer for sale, to' the highest bidder. it
my plantation on Turkey Crepk, on Thurs
dy, the 91 day of .Janaury. next, a part" or
the whole . of the. Negroes, about iwenty
in number, lately recovered froni the repre
sentatives or.the Estate of John Elnm, deceased,
at the snit'foAnna M. Terry, on a credit until
the first day of January I84[i. P'rchasers to
give notes and good security.
J. TERRY, Executor.
Dec.25 3t - 48 -
Statte fSouth Carolinat.
T OLLED before me by Lncian Butler,
JE living near Allen Dozier's, on.iitle Sa.
luda Riverin the District aforesaid, a bay geld.
ing Horse'flfleen hands high, aboit nine years
old, bonh hind feet white, shod before, blind it;
he left pye; no ofle, yistble marks. Appraised
at thirty dollars.
iR . B. BO.UKNIGHT, Magistrate..
Dec. 18.. Jm4t 47
those indebted to the Estate of Ran
dolph Mirrell, deceased. are reqnested to
naake-immediate -syment- and * all 'havm6 de.
macds againstihe Estate will present them duly
B. L. J. MURRELL, Adm'rs.
Dec. 18 - 4t -47
Y-an oi-i- from:Jlhn Hill, Esq..Qrilinary
- of Edgefiild Disttit, 1 shall proceed to
sell at the late -residence o nSarah .Martin de
ceased, on Tnesday, the seventh day. fjaduary
next, fiteen likely Negroes, on a credigiintil th9
first dayof Lnagy flf ifiers"
ye h i two a roved
securities. The propeety not changed until
the terms are complied with, and if re-sold pt
the former pnrchasers risk.
JOHN F. MARTIN, Adn'or.
Dec. 11 ... 4t, . 46
1IEY House and Lot in the Village of Edge.
B4,.feld, containing forty-two and a half
(42) acres. The lot is in, complete repair,
with all necessary ont-buildings. For further
particnlars apply to the subscriber. -
JOHN Rt. WEAVER:
De.18 . - t 47
WO TIC E
TRAYED or Stol~en, on Wednesday night
*a the 20th .instant, from the stable of-Dr.
John Lake, living .on .the Blocker road, ten
miles above Eugefigld C..I., a Sorrel HQRSE,
about nine yeairs old, fifteen hands high, -lilind
in one eye, a smalJ star in his forehead, wjith
one or two white feet.. 6ny perspn returning
thesanie, or giving any information an tihat I
get him-again, tyill lhe thank fully rec'eivedl, and
all reasonable eypenseg~willuhe .pgiid.
-RICHA RD -BAILEY.
.Dec. 38 - tr 47
Nexperienced.- Hagtkeniper, ofunecliep,
tiagi charseterto:.hon permadSent
enl loywientand liber~al wages will be given.
Dec.18 , t . 47,.
-K - L-ehired. for the ensuidg year, on thes
'3j st of Decemier,'iat Mr. V nece's, (elq.
hier's Old Sta'd) near Martintot'n, thirteen
likely negroes. consuisting of men, women, girls
and boys.- Persons wishnig to hire will-dan well
to attend. -
.Dae. 18. 21 .~ 47
f"willisellat Edgefield Court Honme. on the
first MondayjinJ.lngary next. theifolloiviri*
stracts oiland of the Estate.' of-ar&,.S8arah
Stark, deceascs,,eIghfeen hundred andi fiflsen
acres, on wate,'eiof. Hfalfwy.Swai atndiBig
Creek. divided in thme foll wirig -thtree-tcts.
.-Tract No. I, cergtgiiingnrfive -hundred and
seyqnty acres. adjoamii o ..lsid~ of-2Bnrnet,
Adaims, I wis.lan-mt.-eLN.'e
.jact Nio..2, adjoinilg. :lnds: of -William
Walsp'-and .Sanitiel .Webb, and on ,Jbe:etwo
oiiei-.sides-by No. I, contaning.six 1 un'dredand
.thirty. acres.':~ *. -: s *. A-' - - .
.Tract No. 3,. adjoining adi: of Williuim
A dams, and on alI.uther eder by No. 1 and 2,
bekagthe sogwsenpate'l above sur
.heDel Island ;tract adf two- hundred and
twepty acres, otn Shaw'g" Creek.. adjhiniing
lands of.Purvis and others. .-r
The Croueh tract of -land of tw6 hundred
acres,.adjoiniug of-landsof J B.SmithJosiah
Padget, and Sanith-and,Mayu.4.
All Qf,the.above-wjlibe:.sld on a':eredit .of
.one,,two and three years, with'interest after thei
Also, 4be -Beaver,Pned 'tract .hf for-ty-five
acres,,adjoiaing lands of Dr.!Fousk, Sen. and
othes, on acredit of sone yea.. --
Notes with two good.seearities anid a mnort
gage~pf'tle,premises will be requi'red,-to seure
the,payment for the above IsandsU-- A .
We're autlhoriz'ed to crne'leGia:iy
of Tax Collectoir, ekil~onT
On-Thitraday, the .19th instant, by the Rev.
H. A. Williams, Mr. PICKedS WRIGHT to bliss
JANX AlATaxNY,all ofthis District. -
On the 24th alt. by C. Rhodes, Esq... Mr.
MARTIN PosETof Henrg County, Ga., to Miss
ELIZAMETH RowE, of this District.
On the .18th ilt. by J. Quattlebum, Esq., Mr.
As& STEVENS to Miss Enni.y GREEN.
On the 19th by the saute, Mr. J. P. LEwis
to Miss FRANC Es Moss,
On the 22d, by the same, Mr. PETEIt OoTZ
to Miss MAniL4 GLAe~iER, all of this Dist-ict.
Died, on the 8th ilt. in Lexington District,
SoLoN SocRaTIs, son of W. E. and Louisa
Sawyer, aged two years, five months aid five
. is finished -nd done, the spirit is fled,
Solon is one-ouy libe is dead;
Solon is happy, through'-esus's love,
And gladly enjoying ikiigdomabove.
Notice to Guardiati, &c.
UARDIANS, Trustees n.d fieceivets,
nre hereby notified tq inale thpir annun4
reains tiefori ie on or befire the first day if
S. S. TOM PjiNS, C. E. E. i.
Commissioner's Office, Qn. I . tr .49
A LL Persons indebted to the Estates
of Susan, Slartin and James uck
halter, deceased,.are requested to make imme
cilate payment, and all persons having any de
mnods against them to present properly attes
led by the 15th of January, as the Estates will
then be brought to a close.
. TANDY BUCKHALTER, Adn'r.
January I 3t 49
A LL Persons indebted to the Subsccriber,
LI either by Note oi open accounit, are res
ectfully and earnestly requested to pity up, as
eis compelled to have money to satisfy those
to whom he is indebted. He does not wish to
ran tiny one to extra cost, but if those who are
indebted to him fail to make immediate settle
sents, he will be under the disagreeable ne
aessijty of emloying a lawful colector.
C. H. GOODMAN.
January 1 tf 49
Edgelleld ide Acadtemy.
FTERAwenty years absence, the under
AL signed has resumed the charge of this In.
If' Tvill commenee his duties oq the first
1Ionday-in-Jaribary. Thirty years experience,
he hopes.will enarble him to give satisauction to
his emiloyers. A strict and uniform discipline
will be observed,-and a constant-aiplication to
itudy, at appointed hoilra;.day-pnd nig h, rigidly
inforoed Xll toenplaints to :km:ennsiutation
with the Teacher should be made confidentially.
3therwise the confidence of the Pupil aini the
influence of the Teacher will be equally im
paired, Premiuma will be awarded to evrer'y
pupil, onthe gttq.inment of a certain numler of
points, ascertained by the merit-roU.kept.by the
. ncher, and a .qqrterly, report..of the... stand.
ing.pr each scholar sent .to the parent ori- guiar.
ditan. . rates -ofw
The rates of tuition per session of 22 weeks
ioill be ]2l 14, 16 and $18, according to the
branches of study purued, and, payable in ad
A few pupils can be boarded in - the sabscri
beiO. ftmily, and private instruction, at stated
hours, gaen gratis. For the morals and mail
rersof his boarders he will hold himself respon
f y rgii.atelraqisi~seee.
H. . McCLINTOCK.
January I if . 49
-Cash! Cash! Cash!!
T HE Subscriber wishing to'change his bu.
*siness, utould..inform his friende and
customers, andrall whoare in .favor.of shIrot
profits and cask paym'rents, that from anid after
the first day ot January, 1845, he livil' off'er
his entire stqclc of Goods FOR C~Ast, Consisting
in pat af. ..
Thry troods, Hardware, Hats, Shoes, Bott
nets, Saddles.-Groceries, Sfc.,,
together with other 'easonable Goods, which
the morketinsay demand from time to tirpe, and
lie Bfatteirs-himself that from his kniowle~ge of
business, and the facilities which nre before
him, to he able to sell his Goods on Nuch terms,
(notwithstanding the hard times,) as will give
satisfaction to all who may favor him witlt~a call.
....-... .S.PF. GOODE.
Pouitiey thse Last lIoIece.
ALL. .~erspudebtedto thi Snbecribers,
eiherb nilte-ir'open aceount contrac
aehereby notified that all such dpmands must
be .paid, or otherwise satisfactorily arranged
bet~uereturn ayfor March Coturt next~ or they
will most certainly he placed in the hands of a'n
Attorney for colletion.
We wvould. most willingly be -relidved from
this uppleasant task; but money we ust av to
meet our own' demands. -~4
,.f. a', - B.1lJD .&RT LER.
Ianary1 . .tr
Houqe and ttfor le.
ONE of the most desirable situations
in the Village of..Edgefield;;ia now
offered for sale. The Hdpse islarga'aidii com
'modiosgwith;-ve'y ..nseo t out~btuilding,
all:m-. d.odiri re ii kt"-6ntt~fisthirty
acres ot goodtenable61and, under Rod fsne'es
To~anuapproved purchaser he terma'will-besp-.
couiating. -Persons; wishing to pnybase
wilt jleaseeesil on -Caid 3.'hn ilisonb, wlti
wHil .pleasure iin sbewinw th0 premiiips
- -> .oR. G. MAYS.
'~ 1A sod'at &lesdCourt House,s
T nthe rpt$ Monday orraauary nenk,Ia
n egrgn 4 eE .te of A. Y. Bur.
ton, eceased ~ klt.6tJF noExpcorth
t r kAcanemoyie.pbi
we v" ge h~esatyices of
Mr. Joux .,IoHEso,deos iie~sin'teacfi
injg~ ,it~ surpassed by.any, and Are well.
known to thepubic. Tisituation isau healthy
B abi& bhi1 idalfrey'spectablo T in.
atSPisimonth. -,' .
Iwill be opaened'un the first Rp
;...'T rmq~er session of 54 Months.
R~j~i~ib~d Athmatic, 6 .0
h rammar 10
State-of Souti Carolina,
-. EDGE'IELD D)STRICT.
B Y.-JOHN HILL lsquire, Ordinary
of- Edgefield District.
Wiereas. G. M. topner, hath applied
to me for Letters of Adminisration, on
all and singular 0e goods. 'and chattels,
rights and credits.*of deorge Wiaughte ,
late of the District. aforesaid, deceased.
these are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kiudred and cre.itors
of the said decea'd; to be and appear before
me, at our ijext Oidin'arys.' Cour for the
said Disttie;, to - be :liolden at. $dgefield
Court House,ob the sixth day.of January
next, to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should, not be granted.
Given unider- my -hand and seal, lhis
24th day of--December. in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundreti and.
forty'-four, and in the 69th year of Aieri
JOHN HILL; 0. E. '
7 7 7 E 7 .
State, of South C rolir
- EDGEFIELD D C L
JOHN HILL q . Ordiary
t m'e.for. Letters -ofAdministration de
bonus non,. on- aJIland singuarrthie goods
end ihsttels, righjp .end ciediti of Isaac
Lasselr:lale ofthe Ditrict aforesaid, de
leeased, these fare ihierefore to cite and
ad-nonisy All Usanl singular: the. kindred
and crediiors of'heaaid.decas4d, ' he
and apigear-berie me, at our-,ie'Ordina
ry's. Court forihe.qaid...iri'eto beholden
pt Edgelield Courz House. on the sixth day
of January , t sh'ow cause, if any.
swhy the said aildministration should not be
S ven'uder my hand and -seal this 24th
Jay of December, iid the yearofrdur Lord
one thoubalid eikht huudredand 'fortyfour,
anil in tie 69th yearcf Americaa Indepen
Dec.24 2t 49
Read ''u iters.
Co4 BI,i, Dec. 13.
General Orders. No..
JOHN L. MANNING, John E. Cate, P.
DellaTorre, H. H 'ThompsoAW.. Gil
more Simms, R. B. Boylston, Louis T. Wig
fall, R W. Seymour, C. F. Hampton, and Wm
H. Heyward, are appointed Aid-de-Camps to
the Commander-in,Chif,.witkthe rank of Lien.
tenaet Colonel. They will e.quip and report
to Had Quarters, at Charlepton, for duty, by
the flrst day of February next.
By order of the Commander-in Chief.
J. W. CANTEY. Adjt. and Inspec. Gen'l.
Pec.25 3t 48
.CoL~OsBI, 1iith Vecembdir, 1844.
Gedneral Orders, No. I.
JOHN S. FR4MPTON, JAMES CAN.
.~eyi David R. Williams, J1. Sepji D. .Ai
ken WVilliam A. Owens, P. L. Calhouri. Na
tbanisT H~6~ysrd, Junr., W. WV. Boyce, J. W..
Norris, and 3. H. Lucas, aire appointed Aids
di-'Camp .to'the Comninander-in-Chie.f..with
the rank of Lieutenpnt Colonel. They will
equip and.-report :10 'Mead .Qjuarterpat..Char
leston by the first of Eebrtnary next.
J. W. . ANTE., A djutant and
Dec.25 St -48 Inspector General,
State of 'Souti~caroin.a
'Sarah .KaiotI, Apjplica.t,)
as..William .aiford: and
TT apearingto mry .satisfaetion, that
RW ka aiford, Thomas Blaifordl,
Rhobert -Raiford, Jarnes Raiford, '16ehi
Raif'ord, and'"Elizabmeth,.tfs -of iiohn if
Wimberdy, a~nq .tbe; children 'of Nancy
Be,.pejreadnme f'saidl chit
dren'.opknownrrlaie ,the wife :of 9)rsmus
Burt, Defeixdants in-the above.-st ated case,
reuidarwithoostjhe limtitysp1 this:,tate, tt is
iherefoge.,ordered .that they .dp appear and
oh3~ttp :the ,glivisipn or sale cT the Real
isstate qfJohn. Q,(laiford, diseased,onm
or.abefpre1 thne ihjfiid y of March next;or
thejf ,eonset 'tohesan~e sill be entered
,Lvinde y~ anif alfrgy offled, this
il t 3d~ay of.en e .844. -
N llAI... .E.D
A L.L Resnji d tino letes f
.C.the l ate EzehBiada;r,eea.
sed, are ieqptjpuhmeezfnmmediate pay.
ment, sydge'r -jndulgence-will notThe
given. All.persons-having any dimands
agaittatidid tEst -eqhesteisure
sent them as.tbe law direcika i :;
- ~.~ A.W. -MURTAdm'~
Stef. Sputi Carolinh,
*EDGtEJIED DISTRJCT. .
7 OLLED bafore me by .Jaeob-Green~iv
Rig near'Mefcinfaii Citek Ch~i'eh; on~e
iron gray Horse, comineln ir ~abu eight
years old, dlkilot-on the anikle u'hi-right htnd
- eg;iinkle of -iglit fore' leg ew'olfen! iith' orne
appearance of sweeniy in smbtleibf t:r-j
ah lkhn,-itfi-'abant a foot of ~e~of
his tUI white. A ppraisred by ,YodM~itn s
Win. C~ etn'- -and Jame., MlcManusrto be
worth fve do~ars.% d) '.
A i~J. (494TTLEBCM;MagitaeA
.Mov4 - -M -4ti-a
$5NIbe:friends of.Maj.-&Gu Sco-vsi
announce bin. -:as ta Ladldtfor Tax
NovdO - heu iD elcin -
H Siibsseriieli respectfuqlliorib teir
friends, and the citizens o tibis and ad
joining Districts, that they have- fimed a co.
partnershj fOf t ih r pseofca :Jgpn the
Tin- irel bn*
i:al iar 110e a n
hand, 'and will contifnne to k i'~limort
ment of TIN-WARE, f r&
at Wholesale -and Retail prices which willibe
sold on as accommodating sertassasn irmilar.
establishment indiouti;Carolindror' e orga.
All-ordersfor:Rolili'gatid r will be
in .a workmanlike-maniketi; t pr6c'erto the
hard times.L. Th'ywiicoatinue taidfije&iTn
Ware tumble copatry.'us tial .4
P. J.A.4,GRA AM
B All !rHILLER1C- COOPR
N-B. -Al iersonsindeblited lb kA4 r
lpaua for the; presentryear, afe pe 're
.gdsted to settle lbe same.
Dc,- 844. 48
HE:Subscribers having beEn' enleil
*i4ents'tfor the Greenville.Paper MUand.
iugery. have now bn handtandi w'ill10&h
BLANK .BOOKS,1or nll description,-WkI
TINGanr. WRAPPING- PAPER, at:Ch4 ie.
ton or.iNew York prices.- Please 'giie us a
-...... J. .OMHN &CO...
Cheap Cash Store.
Edgefield, Dec.25. , 48 - 3m
W ILL be re-sold, on Saturday. the Iith of
W. January next, at the late reidence..of'
James Bean,decensoJ, a* nreelja.ofidd of ive
and three qarters.(5 ),)r, djoinin land
nf"Ditidil Bob and rinklin B'ein. a t e risk
of jbe'formor purchaser.-!'And also,n t thi
aime tits and place,'a negro 'ir belonaing to
the, fitate or .snid James Dean,. deceased,'and
'F"rins a~de iaoivtn on the' diy of ale.
c.-- - JA MES BEAE, Ad'r.
.Dec. 2-5 2 '
t8tate of South C kirUin.
Y JOH N 'HUL~, EO-4divary of
W~i'e-ai 'Mary A.' daet.esi up
pled lmi for lette'rs dl'adm'iiistrdion, mi
all and singular the.gnods pod .ch'tels,
rights and .credit 'of Hbgh dM:lda'rles,
late of.'thO Dis'tct .aroresaid, deceased,
these .ie,.thereforto cjt.e.&ud admoiish
all adi singular, the kindre'd aud jereditor.
of the said deceased,. to .<be- ad appear
before me, as.' or next Oidinary's Court
for the said Districi, to be h-ilden at Edge
ip.ljfottrt jIbuse on ibe thirt,ielk: day o
December instant,;to shoiv.catue, if any,
why...th'e saif admpistratiopliould notbe
Givend inder my handhi rl , ribis8th
day 9f December in the year .of our Lord
one; hlouand eight .hun re.O- and forty
four, and in thesixty- ninth year of Amer
icn Jhdependence. -
JOHN'-l-LL,'o. E. D.
.Dec. 1 2 4S
State of Soudl Caroinal.
COLUMr, I.th Dec,.1844. ;
By His Excellency W L LIAM A IXEN. Es
G'overT qgd. Commander-in.'hief in a4
over the State of Soulk Carolina.
W.1 EREAS, it has pleased Almighty God'.
.to gilard and protelet the people.ofthis
Stite, during the past year, and bestowed upon.
:henq the richest'i blessings and mercies: And
w-hereas, it.is weet and proper at all times to
make-sincere ad tliankfi acknowledgement, -
at humbly ipiplore the aid of Himt whose pro.
vimce it i-to-criete arid destroy the nations of
the earth. Now,. therefore. I, WILLArMa Aixzr,
Governor of the State ' oh South Carolina,. do
by these.presents~set apart and proclaim the
ntnth day ot Januzare to be observed through:
out the Sjnmte as a day of Thanksgmving, Hni,
nilintiun an'J.Prayer, anid do invite and exhor.t
all den'.minations-of Christians, and all other
peraons ref whatever serct or persuasion .to dis
miss their business. and assetmble'themsqelves on'
that day in 'their i-espective Houses of worship,
to offer up their thanki t'o the Mlmighty God,
the great disposer 'of Events, to supplicate a
conhimwance ol'his -tender' meres, and to en
gaqge in such. other devotional exercises as may.
be rher and 's.itable 'to tihe occasion.
n nnder -my'hand, and the S~eal of the
.Statre,. at Columbia,-'this 11th of Decem-.
.-her, ini the year of our Lord one-tousand
.eighthundred and forty-four. and in thu,
six/ty-ninth year of the Sovereisduty andl
.Indepiendence of theo Unites States of A
. . - ' WILLIAM!AKN
Rowtr. Q. PINCKSEY, Secretary of State..
Dec.18 - .-t - 47"
MN SION. HO0U SE"
. AUG USTA, GEORGIA.
CollNER.O 1rOA D AND JACKsSi R1$FTCS.
e.Thems-a'tral 'location in the .city; re
cetly putI irst rate conilition, with "many
unlprovemeots. - >.
:.g'libe office' f the Greenville:'. C.; Sa
annahMamient and -Florida Stagene's kept
at~this hoise. - -
.. ,DANlEL~ IXERL Proprietor,n
. .alate of the-Eaglo'and 1lainir.
$Thefrienss .of Z DPIUD .aazs,
Esq., announce him as a.candidit fr tI~e
Offe of Tax ColiciorYiseteecMetion
c. 30 .>."-tf' 40
~iood % Sfek for.Sale..
tJI4 be sold.. an :Edgefield Court
un E3t~.on. thesFirat Monday in Jati.'
nary pegr.tone creditof twelve mionths, the
hooagfb.ted. H orse i
He ts - ulby beri 5handsfimgh
anl ol ,ex pring. 4He was
t;~Y~ er4Ses., hais Aamn Nacy
Ie imported Diomnede;
I ~ltl1. itan,. g.. am b ~il
- tnported horseQn od"
erty' bo srdi i e erp~
Iaina enmnite *taht . ' ~