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sanctions of, religion. It is, seen in the
power of eloquence over the passions of
the multitude. as it rouses then) to fury, and
now subdues them into calmness. It is
felt in the magic influence of poery, as it
animates to war or melts to love as it
nerves the patriot in-his country's cause, or
" takes the captive soul. and laps it in
Elysium." But who can describe the
power, or the domain of learning ! - Ex
tending over all nature, its power is over
every thing in the material world, and in
the human heatt. It is the peculiar and
distinguishing attribute of man. It is the
pride of yotith, and the companion of old
age-the grace of prosperity, and the con
solation of misfortune. It conducts man
with dignity through the chequered scenes
of life, and teaches him how he may enter,
finally, through the gloomy portals of the
grave, into the blissful mansions of eternal
Such, and so great, are the uses atid ad
vantages of knowledge: of which it may
be truly said, that, like the decorated pillars
of a temple, it constitutes equally the
strength and beauty of the great structure
Does any one ask, how far education
should be carried. I answer, to the ut
most possible extent. Why has not this
institution been enlarged, and additional
professorships endowed ! Why does not
the State freely apply its patronage to ev
ery Seminary of learning within its lim
its? Why does it not remodel and vivify
the Free School system, and extend and
elevate the pritnary instruction ! Is there
tiny object more entitled to attention, br
more worthy of its care ? Is there any
scheme of enterprise, of which the success
ful prosecution can confer equal betelii,
upor. the people ? No- .there is no such
object. 3Money. whoin applied to other pur
poses, may fail it) produce the desired re
sults-but 'when bestowed upon the moral
and intellectual improvement of the peo
ple, it cannot.fail to be returned a hundred
and a thousant fold iu [he'constart and
ever growing greatness and glory of the
State-for. in the beautiful and enphatic
language of the pot.,
What constitutes a State?
Not high raised battleutnt. or liboured mound,
Thick wall, or imited gale :
NO-ten-higli lininded maen!
Men, who their ditics know,
But knowtheir rights. and knowing dare main
We would with pleasure make other eitracts
frot this excellent nddress. hit our limits tfor
bid, and we refer our tenders to the paimphlet
itself. We will endeavxr, howev.jr, to make
further selections from it, iin a future number.
Sudden Dzak'.-The N. Y. Con. Adv.
says : In the list of deaths, it this day's
paper, will lie found one attended bvy cir
.16ctmstances of the most afRicting charac
ter. We allude to the sudden death of
Niss Adeline Iasbrouck, second dttgiter
of Dr.Stephen Hasbrouck, the Alderman
of the Fouteenth Ward. This young
lady, whose atniable deportment and in
telligence had won for her the esteem of
oil who k:ncw.her, was in her twentieth
year, and was yesterday at.5 P. \1. walk
ing in Broad t ay, in rippnrent good henlh.
During the evening she suddenly expired;
ier coiIplain'. wve believe, was disease of
the heart. Under so severe a stroke her
weeping pairents ind friends are entitled to
Anzothe: Negro Stealer Arrested.-Olli
cers Geubrook and Samuels succeeded in
axrrestittg, xxear llayuou de Glaize, in Lou
isianit, on~ Tuesday last, a man by the
.rnamre of Sxronxg, n ho had stolenx and had( in
his poaSssionl,.a horse and negro belonging
to Mr. Thomasi Ro.<e, of this city. nndc a
hxorse of Mr. McClutre. [He was br.txught
here on Thursday, tried and committed on
the charge of hxorse stealing, and yesterday
was are aigned again for negro stealing:,audl
fxulhycotmnted on both char~tes. When
sirst arrested lie saxid the nxegro had stolen
him ! but yesterday his excutse was that
having lost tall he hxad by bietting on the
pr'esidetntial electida, he t ook this means of
reimbursing his lxisses ! Neither of these
pleas, however, areo likely to avail him
mutch ni hen lhe conmes up for trial, andi we
are inclined to 'he opinion, that he will get
"the full benefit of the law.'' What makes
the case more aggravated is the fact that
Mr. Rase, had befriended Stronig whetn in
this city, givinxg him employment anxd
monxey, fromi purely charitable motives.
0N . Bee. - - -
Ftorsda.-Uoder thte new Constitti ont
of Florida, re 'ithy admitted into the
Union as a Sta.a an election will tie hlcd
.about the 12th of May next for a Governor
one Representative in Congress, and a
Legislature composed of seventeen Sena
tors and forty otne RI.presentatives. The
Legislature will assemble about the 6th of
June next, amid elect, basides its own ofli
cers,stwo U). S. Senators, four Judges of
Circuit Court, Justices of the Supreme
Court of the State, a Clerk of the Supreme
Court, Clerks of the Courts of Chancery,
an Attortey General of the St ate, four
Solicitors in the Circuia Courts, a Secre
tary of State, State Treasurer and Comp
troler of Accounts.
Wealtk of Mr. Ator.-H is presenit
wealth is computed at $25,000,000, and
it is yearly increasing at the rate of about
4 per cent, nett. Last year, the city tax
.upon his real estate alone, (including near
1,600 building lots, nearly all covered
with houses) was ovei-$34,000. It was
paid in three instalments, each of about
The three Newo States.-Florida cont
haims 49,356 square miles; Iowa, 173,786;
Texas, I00.004J0. The addition o1f these
three' adds 323,142 square miles to the
Union, of which Texas is so much addi
tional territory to the L nited States.
The Meek lenborg Jefersounian, puOblish
ed at Charlotte, N. C. gives the informa
tion that preparatIons are in progress for
the construction of a rail road from that
place to Camden S. C. where the branch
of the Sou'th Carolina Ra;iliftoad, through
Columbia, is to terminate.
Ejects of Inlemperance.-A couple of
young fellows arrived in Pittsburg, on
Wednesday evening last. and took lodgings
at the monxongahela House: Imnmediate
ly after eteriug their room, they comn
mtxnced a run on the bar for punches,
which they kept up until two o'clock on
Thursday morning when the house %.as
alarmed 'by the cry of murder. On re
pairing to their room, the inmates of the
'house round on the floor one of the youu
man, apparently dead, with a large gash
on hois head, his face beaten hideotisly.
bruised, and the floor covered with blood.
Over him stood his drunkcn brother with
the remnants of a chair in his hand which
he bad been bear ing his brother with. In
his frenzy he had taken his brother for a
robber and beaten him nearly to death The
iniured party may xecover.-Daily Amer
Salt.-A quawnity of soil taken out or a
ditch, and full of docks. was entirely
cleased of them by the application orsalt.
40 cwt. was added to thie soil, and mixed
for six months previous to being applied
to thiee aicres; this was spread in January
on a useless kind of grass, that-cattle would
not eat, a good herbage immediately took
its place, and it became the most valua
ble part of the field. Salt-sown on turnip
land, and als' previous to.sowing wheat
is of great value. A few handfuls of salt
strewu over horse manure, immediately
after being taken fronrtho stable. combines
with the :amouia and retains it. This is
washed away by rains unless protected
The Expenses of the White House.-A
writer at Washington says:-"Many per
sons believe that the president's salary,
$25,000 per anuum is, very abundant; but
when the great mass of visithis is recol
lected-when the frequent levees, dinners,
entertainments. &e , are considered-it
sooni dwindles away, and there is absolute
ly nothing left for the Presidential chair
but the empty honor. President Tyler's
expenses in sixteen months were over $38
000, and he left yesterday for his farm on
James River Virginia, with barley enough
out of his last year's salary to pay expen.
ses! General Jackson came here with
$10,000 of his own money, and after eight
year's service in the Exe'i~civc Office, left
it for the Ilermitage with less than his
travelling expenses! These are facts which
I aver to be true, and they are very pain
Nineral Resuurces of Alabama -In
Randolph couny. (Ala.) there are five
large mines of silver and gold. and several
minor ics. which produce annually about
$125,000, and afford employment to 2 or
5t0 persons. Tallapoosa county is also
rich in gold and silver mines-Goldville is
supported by one. mine. Giold has also
been l)fund in Coosa. .Tlladela, and
Chamlbers counties. In Randolph there is
an inexhatstible ed bf Iron ore, which
doo4 no- loose 15 iter cent in melting.
Nitre. Coal, Salt and Lead ore are found
in other edunties.
COTTON SEED HULLING MACHINE.
. A few days past. with several gentle.
mei, anys the Pttersburg Intelligencer. we
vidite-t Mr. Jabez Sitith's Mill, at Batter
sea, and witnessed it operation one of his
improved Cotton Seed Hulling Machines.
for which he has recently obtained a pa
tent, and we were much pleased with the
mechancal construction and rapid opera
tion of the machine and its performances
in halling cotton seed. The machine is
operated with a four inch hand. with about
two horse power applied to a 12 inch
p~ulley that wotks the cylinder, the fneder
whipper, riddle~ and f'at, and delivers the
the bulled seed about as clean as wheat,
and -wiilh great rapidity..
We were inf--rmed by Mr. Smith that
onet of the largesizeid machines will hull,
whenm properly uttenided, one bushel of
rough seed per minute, or 600 butshels in
men hours. WVe are confident that the va
lue of' Cotton seed has not been appr-ecia
ted by the Sothern planters. Their va
lue for manufacturing into nil is v-ery great,
and mthe oil cake for fooid for cattle, is con
sidered, by those who have used it, eqjual,
if not superior, to linseed oil cake.
Seve'ral years ago. wrhen cotton was cul
tivaied to some extetnt in the vicinity of
Petersburg, we tunderstand from~ one of
the thetn firm of Smith & Boisseau, thtmn
they gained, at their mill, about 1000 bales
of cotton. i uf the seed (4 beitng ret urtied
to the planiters) were manufaetured by
them into oil, rnd the proceeds of' the oil
Ianti oil cake, after paying the expenises of
Imanufacturlng, amounted to $4,838, nebar
ly $5 per bale-at fne profit made froni an
article that had previously been used for
WVe uhiderstatnd thait coltrn seed oil was
once. used for iiutside painting, but sinmce
the discovory of a method to reline it and
make goad lamp oil, it has beetn used for
the most part, for lamp oil, and for oiling
wool ini the wvoollen factories of the North,
as a substitute ror itnseed atnd palm oil.
It has been also used in our factories ini
Petersburg in their lamps. The oil would,
no doubt, be extensively tused for the pur
poses above mentioned if it coutld he made
at a reduced price.
The hulled seed, we hear, can be read
ily sold at the oil mills in New England at
I 1.50 per 100 lbs. or 75 ets. per bushel of
I50 lbs-about double the price that corn
is now selling at. The greatly increased
value given to cotten seed may be judged
of from the following facts :
In every bale of Ctotton weighinmg 450
lbs. there are 30 bushels of cotton seed,
which at 30 lbs. per bushel, will make 900
lbs. ofeeed,-these seed, when hulled, will
give 450 lbs. of hulled seed, and this quatt
tity, we learn from the manufacturers,
will make 12 gallons of oil and 350 lbs. of
An oil mill will manufacture frotm 40 to
50 gallons of oil- per daf, at an expense of
about $1-so that 12 gallons of raw oil, at
the low price of 50 cents per gallon, and
thme soil cake at $1 per bundred, will yittl:l
the gross amont of $9 50 ets.; from
which dedtuct $1 for the expense of man
uhiacturinig, and the manufacturer lies a
clear pirofit of $8 50 ets.-more than one
third of t he present price of a bale of cot ton.
Trhe value of Mr. Smith's invention to
the rich cotton planting States may be
judlged from the facts stated. In that re
gion, at this time, the immense quantity
of cotton seed which remains over and
above that used liar planting is either hiurot
or thrown into the river. By the use of
one of these uiachines, all this may be
sa.edA nd a genneal intendancrinn of therm
into the plating Sittes, would give an i
creased value to the article of. cotto
which, under the already great and dai
incretising production, will need eve
help to make it profitable.
Fire.-The Greenville Mointaineer.
the 21st inst. says: " On Saturday nig
h1s'. abtrour 10 o'clock, the Smoke-hou
of Maj. T. P. Dutler, of this village. acc
dentally took fire and burnt to the grour
together with 2 or 3000 lbs. of Bacon al
other articles. We understand the rami
and servants had retired for ilte nigh, wh
the fire commetniced, and were only arot
ed by the roaring of the flames, in wii
the building was completely envelnip
when the fire was discovered. The Fi
Cottpany Va's soon on the spot with thi
Engite, but, fortunately, their servic
were pot required. as the wind was ve
light, and consequently the dwelling a
other buildings not in much danger.
The teeks and Pawnees.-A Fight.
The Arkan. Iitelligencer learns "thron,
Mr. J. W. Taylor, a respectable merchw
of the Creek nation. that the Pawn
Malas, attacked, about ten days since, t
Creeks who live upon' Little River, ne
the store of Mr. Thomas Hazen. T
Creeks were aitacked by the Pnwnee
but repulsed them after killing six of the
warriors, aid without any loss on the
side. The Pawces haveteturined to rhe
homes upoin the wild prairies, for a rei
forcenet. with which .tliy have swi)
to return and take revenge. The scatie
ing Creeks are removing from the expos
qurirter to the denser settlements. TI
Creeks were dancing round the scalps, al
our nforinant says. were greatly excite
An account of the affair has been trar
mitied to the Commaniding Officer at Fu
'. This afrray occurred in the count
which wa- aippurtionted to the Semitoli
by the late treaty, and whither they a
dnily removing. The Pawnees, when the
come bach to fulfil their tthreat. will fit
a " troublesoie customer" in llalle
Tus-te niggee, ti.e Seminole chief, at
will be apt to lose ' plenty of scalps.'"
The New York True Sun says lhat i
present wealth of Mr. Astor is comput
at $25,000,000, and is nearly increasil
at the rate of burht 4 per cent. nett. Li
year the city tax pilrtin his rent estate alon
(including near 1,600 huildings lots near
all covered witi house,) was over $34.00
It was paid in -three itstahinents, each
about equal imontis.
Strange Tale.-We find thte followir
curious mtory i6 a letter from Mtunich,
the 9th, pubilished by the Journal de Fran
fort:-- tire wife of a.tailor of this phic
named Hilpers, has suddenly become
Princess. A rich Ronian Prince was li
ing at Brussels with his wife. but had
male heir. Tire Princess having aga
become pregnant, he threatened to repu<
ate her if the child should not be a thov.
Sire was delivered of a girl ; but the wi
of a Jew oradesman. M. H -. hei
broughFt to tied at the same time of a be
the midwife inade arn exchange of il
children, and the Prince imagined he if
a-son. The hoy (lied at the age of s
years, and the girl was brought to Munic
where the real mother secretly gave her
brillinut education. The Princess dyin
however, and there being no monure stipHli
fur thre education antd support of tire datrg
ter and her repted!. parents, thrt iane~ t''
in-t poverty, anid the girl mtarried a Je
dealer, M. Seh---, who soon after o
ained a divorce. Sho then en-ered as
sort of' housekeeper in tire farmily of .31.
Speirgel, anid subsequeicntly rthe hrouse
thre tailor, llpers where she embiraced ti
Christian religion, in order to accept
uff'er of marriage fromt him, which was s
emnnizedl, anti has produced two sons..
Tihe midwife, being ott her death bed, cc
fessedl to thre priest who attended tier il
fraud wich she was guilty or. and placi
ocunients int iris ihands to prove hear st
ment. Af'ter a suit of thr-ee years the I
dy has succeeded int establishing her claim
nod has been recognised by the fathe
who has settled his foirtune ont her sonrs.
What adlds to tho sinrgularity of this aft'
is, that Hilpers cannot make up his miu
o solicit letters of nobility. in ordler to a
comrmodate himself to this change of' fu
Another Printer in thre U, S. Senate.
The Piitdelphia Sentinel says, that C
meron. tire nrewly elected U. S. Senat
from Pennsylvanria, served a regular a]
prenticesip at the prirrring business. w
a praetical printet'. for a l'tiumber oif year
and has risen to his present emrinience I
his talents and intdustry.
Hamburg Prices Current.
M ARCl H 3, 1845.
Bacon, per lbi. Iron, per~ 11i.
[log round, 7 a 74 Sweedes,arss'd, 4 a
Hams, 74 a 84 Hoop, 74 a
Shoulders, 6j a 7 Sheet, 7 a
Sides, 7 a 74 Nail lrods, 74 a
Bagging. per yd. Russwia bar 5 a
BetfHemnp, 17 a 20 Piotigh Mlds, .6 a
Tow, 15 a I18 Lard, tier lbi. 64 a
Cotton, 174 a 00 Cead, " 6 a
Balerope. pet lb.8~ a 1(0 Line, per bin.
Besax prlb. 22 a 25 Stonre, 2 00 a 2]
(Cotton. per lb Rice, per 100ibs. 4
Ord. to Mid's, 4 a 44 Sc.tars. por lb.
Middling Fair. 44a 44 St. Croix. 10 a
fitne, 54 a Por to Rico. 7 a
Old, 00 a 00 New Orleans 7 ii
Coffee, per lb. Havanra,whi:e 10 a
Rio. 8 a 10 Do. brown 8 a
Java, 13 a 15 Lafand inump,13 a
Corn.per bt., 00 a 50 SaIl, per bush. 45 a
Corn Meal, 50 a 624 Sack, 1 50al
Flour, per bbl.- Talloro, tper lb. 8 a
Canal, 5 50 a 0 00 'oine, per lb.
Country, 4 50 a 5 00 American, 25 a
ides, tier lb. 7 a 8 Englishr, 25 a 3
HIauto, March 19.
C'oton.-TIn this .article we hrave very lit
change to notice since our. last report; the
eipts are becoming very light, and for tire I
three or four days tire shnipments have bei
small. Fromr warehrouses tire sales have lie
to a moderate extent at pirices varying, say
rdinary to Middling, 44 to 4j; Middling Fr
to Fair.~-4I.io 5j ; Fully Fair. 54 roo 5t a
ie,51. The demaitnd is good ror tire bet'
grades., w.ale other qualities are dull of s'a
.a ..m thinkt, hat a real finn -lot wonil bri
a. over oar highest quotation for the lower qui
n, ties. Principal tales 41 to 54.-Republican.
From the Republican, Extra, March 23.
Enract of a letter received by. a gentleman
this town, dntEd
Charleston, Miarch 02, 1R45
nf Dear Sir-The present week opened witi
t good deniand ror Cotton, which continued
i to last evening; prices stiffened gradually a
i- towards the close an advance of j cent wais
d, many ins'tances obtained. The sales of i
Id week are about 10.000 bales. and the reccil
abouitt. 11,000 bales The sales were conside
bly curiailed by the indisposition of iolden
take going rates, nost of them Ireferring
- wait the retil of the next steamers advices
:h These accounts were received this morii
,d brining dates from. Liverpool to the 4th ii
re They represent the Cotton tarket of Liv
ijr pooil as being active and the prices ja #
es penny higher than they were otn the 4th Fi
rV nary, the..qotations for "fair" upland bei
41d... We have nothng but *a news "sli
from the Express Office to vonch for the c
rectness of these accounts, therefore we doi
if much will be dene 'until the letters are
ceived on lMondahy morning.
h A merchant of this town received a copy
n't Smith and Wilmer's Prices Current, by tI
r-e evening's mail. which coroborates the ne
e received by the Expiess slip.
e AUGUSTA, March 22
Couon.-This article is in less demand th
it vns last week, but little, if any, varihtlon
price. has since taken place. Ptices still ran
r from 4 to 5jc. bit little offering is of snel
ir quality as to bring less than 4j or more than .
I- Both buyers atdnellers ate partially suspei
-n ing operations till the receipts of the accoui
r. per Steamer from Liverpool of the 4th ofti
d month, which are expected to reach us on
i be'ore Monday next. We have still a g
river. notnithstanding the late dry went
and the frost which we have had for the I
B OBITU IRY.
ry Died. on the 19th instant. near Dry Cr
Churchli,i:i this District, Miss SARAH .A. A
re COLLUL'GH-. in the 21st year of her age.
At Enfaul.:, (Ala.) on the 11th instant,
Id influenza, 'Irs SARAH C. CALSOUN. The
ceaseL. thongh the subject of many sore tr
I in the former part of life. and in the latter
almost unprecedented afflictions. yet- lived t
good old age.. She was born in the year 17
near Camder; (S. C.) and spent most of I
years in her native State.
I U The Rev. ALFXANDER McCaINE V
it Preach at Pottersvile. the Second Sunday
, each month. until further notize.
. LYTHE MIsr.tTR's AND DEACoN's CoNsF
f ence of the Edgefield. Bdp'ist Association m
meet with 1 he Dry Creek Church, ott Saturt
before tihe fifth Lord's day in this month. Pu
tual attendance ott the part orfthe Brethrei
uf earneatly reqtested, as matters of importa
. will be boronght before the body.
e, J. M. CHILES, Secretary
a Match 12 3t 7
(OrOsIJTE Bt.AND k BUTLER'S.)
' E Subscriber reapretftlly informs
e friends and the pumblic at large. that
has recenotly opened a Confroetiona
and Fruit Store. m the Village of Ed
Y field. and ins just received fron Charlest
a large assortment of
Candies. Fruits, Preserves. Pickies.
conitmgin part as follows:
u Candies and Sngar Plums. a good ass(
Raisins. Currants. Figs. Prepared Coe
Engli'h Wdlonis. Soft Shelled Alinoc
Lime", Coc': lums, Fruits ini Brant
II Preserved1 Flas; Idia Gintgei; and C
Ia Leacock &. Co. Mamdeira. Cherry. Sher
lBrown. Pale, Golden and Port WIlNE
London Porter in quiart and pint tbottles.
Smoked Beef, a choice article ; Pine Api
Chesse, Fresh and Pickled .S'almon, No.
Mackerel, Sardines ini Oil, Scotch H-errin;
eC Boston and Sodat Btsgtnits, English mixed Pic
d les. Olives, Capers, Pepper, Allspice. Mai
e Nutmegs, Cloves. Ctinnamnt, I'inuglass, WV
*- nmut. Mushroon and T1omtato Catsups; Pc
a, tarch. atm exclletnt article.
-Fine and Extta fitte Spatuish SEG ARS. n
ir -Cavendish's best No. I. Chewitng TOBA CC
e. All of whicht will be sol d chepfor Casu,
on short credit to punctual cnstomers.
March 26 tf 9
-New Goods! New Goods!
irrHE Subscribers take this opportuti
.1of infoirmittg 'heir friends, custome
and thme public getterally, that they will be
ceivinge the present week thteir Stock of
.New spng and srumsnr-Good
which in addition to their former Stock, vi
eml'race a handsome election of Goods, sui'
"to thtis market. among them may he fotitd
variety of Goods for Lataies' wvear, such as
- Organda Musluns, new utyle. Muslin Gin
hdms, Victoria Lawns, Balarrmnes,
- and other fashionable Goods,
9 - L tots' AND Mts9Es BoNNyE's,
9 whicht we respectfully invite their attention
60 call and exatmine. Also,
7' Hats forPen CBoys0 & Chlildrel
8 Hardware. Crockery, Crocerie
&c., &c., and also a fine stock of
50 Shoes, various styles, for Ladies', M isses, Mi
)0 Boysatid Children, together wyith many
styles of Goods, too tedious to en
I merate. All of which, we pledge ourselves
L offer our ctustomers on as good terms as c
l0 be afforded ini our market.
Ont lime Rastiaal to good customers, anm
9liberal discountt umade for Casht!i
15 .PRESLEY & BRYAN.
M0arch 26 6 9
SSpring and Summer Goods
r0fEgSS. D'LESSING.. respectinlly
ai j fotmstlie citizens of Edgefield, that til
Shave received their supply of
FANC.Y -SPRING AND SUMMER
le at their Cheap Cask Store, suitable for Ltdi
e- and Gentlemen's wear, of the. latest farhi<
st and style, consisting in part of a good aast
n tnent of Prints of various patterns, Laces, M
n ins, Silk Shbawls. &c.
aAlso, a good ass4retet of R EA DY MAd
id CL OTHING, trc., all of whiah~they offer I
er for Cash !
le. Please call atnd judge for yourselves.'
m= MariChi 26 r
TlH" Subscriber having purchased M1r
of C. M. GRAY'S itietest.in the Butch
fering business, res!-ectfully informs the citi
izens of Edgeflield Village. that he intends ti
continue to supply the Market with choic'
a Bee, Veal, Mutton and Lamb. on as reasotna
td ble terms as the times will af'ord. He wil
connence on the fist M onday in A pril 'next
he and will continue to furnish his crstomers o
A Monday and Thursdaity's, until the month o
mn- June, whenl he will furnish the MlArke three
to times a week during thte Summer. Thankfu
to for past patronsge, he hopes by strict attention
- to merit-a share of the public patronage. ile
ng will devote his whole time to the interest of hi
1r' I11f. IV. GOODMAN.
fa N. B Cash paid for fine Stallfed Beeves.
lb- March 26 4t
I,"' State or Sonth Carolina,
ibt EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
re- Daniel Boon, Applicant, Summons
vs. Geoige Horn and oth- in.
of ers. Defendants. Partition.
IS T appearing to my satisfaction that Joht
wvs I-lorn, George Elenburg, Larkin Elenburg
Ralph Elenburg. Adam and Nicholas Elei6prg
defendantur in the above stated case, residef
without tha limits or this State, It is therefor
an ordered, that they do appear and object to 'thsi
in division or sale of the Real Estate'-if George
ge Horn, Sr., deceased, on or berore the first Mon
I a day in July next, or their consent to the same
4. will be entered of record.
id. JOHN HILL, o. . D.
Its March 26 3m 9
or State of South Caroliina,
ed EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
r,B JOHN HILL. Esquire. Ordnary
t of JEdgefield District.
Whereas Felix Lake, hath applied
to me for Letters )f Adtinistrntion, ot
all and singular the goods, aud chattels
ek rights and credits of Beijamin Sorgy, late
c- of the District aforesaid, deceased. thesm
are, therefore, to cite and admonish al
and singular. the .kindred and creditor
alof the said decea'd, to be and uppear befor
of nme, at our next Ordinary's -Court lhr tih
a said District, to be holden at Ed2efielt
94. Court House, on the 7th day Df Apri
ter next, to show cause, if any, why the saii<
administration should not he granted.
o .Given under my hand and seal, thi
rill 21st day of March, in the year of ou
inl Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-five, nod in the 69th year of Ameri
- catl Independence..
R- JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
ill March 26 21 9
I, is W ILL be sold at Edgefield Court House
on the first Nonday in April next. r
cc LIKELY YOUNG NEGRO FELLOW. be
longing to the Estate of Georgo Delanghter
deceased; on a credit until the 257- day a
December next, with i Nate and approved se
G. M. ROPER, Adn'r.
Alarch 19 3t 8
he N the night of the 10th instant, during thf
ry Court week, a small Red Pocket Book
'e- (with a simall memorandum book in the mid
n, die of it.) containing several notes of hand
atmong which are the f1ollowing: one note i
C Wm.Vance for $25. one on Josiah King fo!
$6 60.and one owr Anos Bush for $6. Also
about $2 it snall change. All persons ar
irt- cautioned against trading for the above notes
and the drawers are regnested nl to pay thi
ia notes to any one except the subscribier.
ds, hJOHN BUSSEY.
ly, Mrh19. 3t 8
ur- Ay one findin~g the samre will contfer a hito
on thme subscribersby either handmiing it over ti
him., or Mr. J. B. Riynn, Edgetield U. II.
T H E rown ~ tCneine a reward
Fifty Dollars for proof to conivic
tion of time person who put fire, ns it is believed
to the Onthouse which was hitrnt on Sundma)
lle nighmt lnst, on the lot of Wm:. P. Bluther. n:on
I ocetnpied by J. D. Tibbetts..
;s, WM1. 11. ATKINSON.
:k Mardh 10) tf Clerk of Council.
UERSONS having demands against thu
st.~ate of Annau M... Terry, deceased, ar<
noie opresent themi properly attested.nam
nd ths idebted to said Estate are requeste~d t<
O' make immediate payment.
J. TER RY, Exectutor
or Marchm 1 ly 8
BOOTS AN~D SIIOE I
rs. VHPE Subscriber having taken the stand for
re- Arnerly occuliemt by Mr. E. C. Raxn
adjotiing Messrs. Frazier & Addisonts. res'
S.s, pectfully informs his. Cr ends and the citizen:
ill of Edgefield Distriet, thmat he has on: hatnd at
ed excellent assortmentrof.
a BOOTS AND SHOES,
of his own manonfacture.
* Ladijes' and Gentlemens' Northen Shoaes a nd
-Slippers, all of whichli hp offers for sale on ai
.reasonable terms as lie catn possibly aff'ort
them, for CAsh, or on a credit of three months
He datters himself, tijat with -his lon:g experi
onoe in: the Boot and Shoe business, he will be
to enabled to give genmertth satisfaction to all thosi
wvho may favor him with a call. All wor
done at bis shop will be warramned.
1N. B Good lUry Hides taken in Exchangu
s, for Boots or Shoes, at ten cents per pound.
en March 12 tf . 7
n LPersons are forwarued from takinj
Atimber fronm any tractsof lautds b~elongttnj
Ito the suibscriber. The law will be enforce:
aganetall SARAH LABORDE'
t1arch 2 3:7
The Letters of Fuller and
in- WIrLL BE PUBISHED i A FEW DAYTS.
tuy Letters on American Slavery, by Rev. Franci
-Wayland. D. D.. Presidenut of the Browi
University, and Rev. Richard Fuller, c
Bestofort, S. C.
Tbese letters. whiclt htave abeen so heartil
,,greeted. and-highly recommended by th wvhol
m religious and secular press, the antthdrs hav
:consented to revise, anid prepare for publicatioi
mrt inhli.4 more permanent form.
*They wilt be put ifp in a eheap pamphle
and sold to agents, Ministers of the Gospel, an
)E booksellers at a liberal discount.. Orders fo
w Ihem from any part of the country, will b
romptly execute -i
LE WIS COLBY, Pliblisher.
SMarcjhIl2 3' 'I7
OLD and SILVER WATCHES. ian
tie Clocks, - . . .
Gold Pracelets;.Ringu, Byejtst.Piifs.Chains,
&c.. of the latest fisbion. and fidesttinality.
Fine Castora. Candletacks c'
Old Silver Plate ieikir-e'iand mil as "now.
Silver Spoons made"to-order...
Watches aid Clocks ripaired acd-Warran
Jewelry made and repaired. At
G C. GORDON'S
fve de>s below iie Uiited'Scdteh' Hotel.
Feb 7 3m - 2
H E Subscriber has ecceiyed several. cop
'ics of ihe "Mcmoirs of Elder Jesse ker
cer, Edited by llev. C. D. Mallary jvhich he
offers for sale at one doUar per copy.. -
J.. Al. CHILES, -
March 12 3t 7 Edgefield C. U.
M 11S HOLLIDAY would. respectfully
tender her sevices .to the. citazenUs of
Edgefield end its vicilty,in the abov busi-'
Geaflement' and Boys' Cloh&n
made in the neatest manner.
Alarch 5, t 6
The Therough Bred Retse
Bted by the litfl Juit Randolph.of Roanoke.
7 ILL Stand -xpart of the ensuing Spring.
ut capt Wa. B. Maj's, fuor m1les
sonial of Edectield Court Hause. on ii Angus
-a tnoed. lie wail he let to.Mares, at she'follow.
init redneed prices, viz: $5 the single. leap,'
$1() the season, to be paid in the season,and
$15 to laiire a '3ate with foil; to be paid as
sooln na the fact is ascertained, or the Mije tra
(ded. [in each case 50 cents to the Groond
.Marbliun will be under the immediate care of
the .ib.eriber, who will use all reisonable care
to nrevenit.accidents,. but will not be responsi
ble' for any,~shoid they oI ' r. For furiher
particulat-. see liand bills.
Will stand at the same place,i a part of is time
the finie young Jack BLACK KNIGHT.
Terns $3 tha singile visit, $5 the seasonand
$8 to insure. Fifiy cents to the groom in every
JOSEPH W.- DOBSON.
Feb 26 9t . b
State of South Carolina.
James linor. Apllicant, Summons
Fvs. - i
Robeut Brooic, et. al Defendantis. ' Partition.
Yan order from Join Hilli; Esq., Ordi
B nry of the District aforesdid, I will pro
ceed to sell at Edgelfela CdtirtH use, on the
First Monday in April tezt, the lands belong
ing to the Estaute of Spencer Minor, deceased,
sitate in tlie District aforesaid, on the road
leading front -Edgefield Court House to Abbe
ville Court House, containming one bundred.and
eighty six acres, more or lesi, adjoining lands
of Jerenialh Seirlet, John H. -Hollingsworth
and others. Sold on a credit - until the first of
January 1846, the purchaser.to give.bond and
appioved personal security. and a mortgage of
the'premises to the Ordinary, to secure the pur,
Cost to be paid in cash.
H. BOULWARE, s. z. D.
March 5l145. - 5' 6
R Y A NS HOT E L,
EDGEFIELD C. H1., 8. C.
JH E Saubacriber having enlarged his
Ho use, nnd reinoved his Bar Rooam
to, oneo end of thle samne, and is now prepared tu
Boarders and Travellers.
.on as genoet terms as any similar. esatablishment
itt tIs State.. lii Table will be fur-nisded with
the best the. Distract can 'amfird, and hiis. Ba
with the choicest Liqtuors and Wines. ' His
Stables .are large and commodious, and sup
pltiedl witlh good and wholesome provender, and
- lie reanrns his sincere thanks to his frieads
anal the public, for thec very liberal patronage
which has been bestowed ona hii, and trust,
chat by strict attentin, a continuance of the
samne ln considterationa of the hard times, he
hats relced the price of Board to the followinag
Board per Month,-if pad monthly, $10 00
Board and Lodeing, per taonth, "~ .1100
Single meal, 37 centi each.
Horse per mnonth tf paid monthly, -- 00
Single feed for H orse, 25 cents.
N1. B. Jurors, (witlaout horses,) attending
Court, 75 Cenats, per day.
B. J. ETAN,
March 5, 1845. -
eLOOKe AT TRIS!
Y Celebrted WE AVER-JACK will
sadthe ensuing Season,-ar the fol
lowing places, viz: comfmenlCing at miy
house near Edgefieid -Villageon Monday'
thei 16th and 17th-inst.; at Cullen Rhodes,'
Esq., the 18th. and. 19th ; and a; Lewis
Culbreath's on 20th and 21st; and will-be
at the above named places every tiinth day
during the season.- TEaMs: He wvill be
let to Mares for-Three Dollars the single
visit, Five Dollars the. Season, amid Etghi
Dollars to insure- . The Season wmill-cos
tinue till the .16th .of June, following.
Persons putting Mares and.tiradling theca
oil' during the season, will in all instances
be held resaponsib~le for the payment of the
Season. -All care and attention will he
paid to Mares, buc I will not~bo.accoudtq
ble for any accidents. -
THOS. B. HARYSY.
Mlarch 5 . 4t ..'0
R1. J. G. WILLIAMS respect('lly informs
h1 lis friends and.- the pilblie at. lag, that
ahe has removedl his Otlice to -Mr. B. ,J. yan's*
anew Tavet n, (next door to -Mr.-Sohn yon's
Tailor Shops,) where he can be foundat all
times, utnless professionally engaged.
H e taikes thins opportunity to recarp his sint
cere thaanks toall those who ave favored hinx -
with theii''patronage, and he boe iy a- striee
-attention to-busiice's/to -datitl* him-- taa
their suppport and counteahaace' '