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titarge left bere for thoeeat of Gove-n
ment, Washington. an iur after his arri
val, but his mission wil be no.go. The
people bave got their lander fairly up for
annexation, and nothing else willsuit.
From tp Tropic.
Capt. Elliott, tlf British - Minister ar
rived at Galvestopon -the 30th ult. from
-Vera -Cruz, in a ?French vessel of war,
and set out for theseat of Government im
mediately. . Thepapers state that Elliott
was the bearer ofpropos.itious from Mexico
acknowledging /'exan independence. -in
relation to this/natter, the News says :
'Thepurporluf the treaty. according to
Elliott's statement to a friend of ours, is
simply the recognition of onr independence,
without regrrd to limits, upon the condi.
tion that we renounce annexation to the
U. States. leaving us at liberty to be an.
nexed to England or any government.
The most astonishiug item of intelli-.
gence received by this arrival,.is contoined
in a-pargraph in de Houston Telegraph.
which, in. reference to the statement in the
message of Guevas to the Mexican Con.
gress, iat Texas had made proposals to
Mexico to obtain an acknowledgment of
her itdepeudence. says: -'-We have been
assured by Col:.Allen, our Secretary of
State, that President Jones has made no
.proposals to. Mexico, and authorized no
agent to proceed to Mexico with -proposals.
The Galveston News. speaking of the en.
deavor to represent President Jones as a
friend of aunexatiurn, says, that such.iifer.
ence cannot he drawa.frotn existing facts,
and in reference to the above extract from
the Telegraph, remarks
This, to say the leatt of it, is a most ex
traordinary mode of-explanation, and chal
lenges no small share of credulity, espe
cially us at this moment Capt. Elliott is
in Washington, and probably again in se
<ret conelave with the President.
This declaration by the Telegraph in
the face of exisuing facts, appears to us
strange and inexplicable. There is some
mystery about this affair which we would
like to see elucidated. It seems there are
as many crooked paths have been on this
side of the Sabine, in suppot tof it. We
give the intelligence of President Jones's
-~ disclaimer, as we receive it. and for what
it is wor:h. leaving our readers to draw
their own cot.cluston-.
The way they .manage in Mexic.-A
setter from Mexico states that Capt. El
liott, on his way from Vera Cruz -to Alex
ico, was robbed of all his money. His
despatches were tu-ken from him. His
clot;hes, even to his shoes, were also taken
from him. and he wea left with nothing but
Our Minister, Mr. Shannon, it appears
wasserved i'u the same n ay. .it is thought
that the Governnect takes this mnethod of
getting possession of the lettere, instruc
tions, &c., of all diplomatic agents visiting
that country.-Southern Chronicle.
Southern Baptist Conventin.-Our
venerable father in Christ, Rev. Wm. .B
Johnson. 1). D., President of the Conven
tion, has been requested by the Foreign
Board to travel as an agent for 12 months,
and collect feuds for Foreign Missions.
We hope soon to-hear of ,he appoioment
of one or more agents by the Home Mis
sion Beard. Let us no longer renain
idle-God, in his Providence, has marked
out a great work for us. Let us evince,
-by our activity and liherality, that we con
sider this a great honor.-CA. 1ndcr, Gth
Wate-r Me-ons-Mr. Jesse Johnson has
a~ready bronahat to our market somne clever
specirnns of this delicious fruit-the pro
duct of his farmz, in this county. Our
friend is a thorouigh going tee totaller, and
is atnxtous, we suppose,~t' to suplply his fel
low-citizens n ith a little eating and dritnk
ing, less expensive and less pernicious th an
Vis found in some of our city confecaina
ries.-.A4ug. Wash'onu, 14th inst.
More Incendiaryism.-O n Mond ay morn
ing last, a out half past 4 o'clock, the sta
bile belonging to te building of F A.
Tradewell, Esq., on Laurel street, be
Etweri Bull and Pickens, was discovered
to be on fire, bat too late to save it or anty
of its contents. There was a very flue
boise in the stable at te titme be-lotgitng
to the Rev. Mr. McDaniel, a Meihodist
Clergy man, v. bich it n as found imtpossi
sible to extricate. A few of our citizens.
we learn, wth a praise-uuorthy liberality.
however, promptly made uip an amount
sufficient to indemtnify himi for his pecun
iary loss. The flre was no doubt the work
of an incendiary. But a few weeks agot
a fire occurred on .the sanie sqtuare, sup.
posed to have been communicated in a
'ike man.-er; and only last week the Car
renter Shop belonging to John Fisher,
ksq., on the South side of Plain street, a' as
birni to the ground, ao dtoub; by thme pre
mditated act of some scoundreL.-South
en~ Chronicle, 11th inst.
Y'e published an article last week fro-n
S the CJincinauatti Chronicle, statitng that
blaci epper, mixed with sugar and milk,
muoul- effectually destroy flies. A friend,
who as tried it, says it will not atiswer at
all; buthat the pepper would, probably,
be etlectve by itself, if you were to take
the fly I' the back of his neck and cram
it down 4 throat. Those who are curi
0us ifn tesig fly poisons way try it.-1b.
Arsenal t.cademy.-The Semi-annual
Examinatuof this Institution eumment
ced on M~oriy 2d, and closed on Wed.
nesday 4th 6. The ex'ercises cotnten
ced w ith a s'hte of Artillery, atnd closed
each day. wit. drill, either in Artillery
or Infatntry- te Cadets ut ere divided
into four Classeand were examined upon
the following 6Meets, viz: Natural Phi
losophy, Chemiy, History (ancietnt and
modern,) the F,ch Language, English
Grammar Geog!by and Mathematics,
including its varit bratnchbes, as taught
at West Point. i examination was
highly satisfactory thue visitors and gave
evidence of the use'tessoef the lnstitu
tion. The Drills alstatified to the care
which had been 6eattsd by the otfficers
of the Cadetsito tos';5ig thetm ini Mili
tary E xercises.--Soutm-o'nb Ji2th inst.
- Commodore Stoikton.- may 'oe recol.
lected that this officer rel saile wit
the fleet from Galveston o- a cruise down
the Gulf, intending to look at Brasos. San.
tinge. Coruius Christi and other ports in
that vicinity. The cause of his sudden
return to Galvessou was the illness of the
ion. Mir.,Wicklif'e. who was on board the
Princeton at the time of her biowing up,
and who suffered go severely front sick.
ness that.it was necessary to land him at
Velasco. We learn by the passengers on
the New York, that the health of Mr. W.
had become completely restored. but we
can gather no information as to the future
destination of the squadron.-V. O. Pic.
Death of Robert W. Roper, Esq.-- We
record with deep regret the decease of this
worthy gentleman and useful citizen, who
died of country fever, on Thursday after
noon last. et- his residence. on East Bay.
near the Battery. Air. Roper was a large
and successful planter, and enlightened
agriculturist. For several years he was
-an active member of our State Legisla
ture, and made his influence felt in .lran
ing the attention of that body to agrictltu
ral matters, even in the midst if absorbing
political excitements. It was in a great
measore to his intelligent and zeasoans ex.
ertions that our State is indebted for the
agricultural survey executed Ity Mr. Rutlfin
of Virginia, and that now in progress un
der Mr. Tuoemy.-Courier. 14th inst.
The N. Y. Tribune mentions the receipt
of a letter from Washington, which says
that Air. Packenham, (British Alinister)
has privately expressed his belief that the
Oregon .questioun will be settled without
War, unlessjhere shall he a serious etffirt
to make troubfe about it in Congress by
General Ilnu~ton bate President of 'Tex
as is on a visit to G.n Jacksu : While
in New Orleans. he made too speeches,
one in favour of Temperance. or total ab
stinence, from tle use of ardent spirits; and
tite other in defence- of President Jones'
call of a Convention, and in- the favour of
annexation. A change has certain:y come
over the general, on the subject of his
first'address; and, if he has not been tmia
represented, on that of the last also, We
trust, however, that his influence will not
he -unfe"lt, altbough he is late -in -using it.
Dissolulion of the Union.-The lni'ed
Sta.tes are now exhiliting the most won
derful spirit of conquest which ever ap
peard in the world. They conquer. not
as other nttions have done, by fire ind
sword, killing one half the people and
desolating the country for the sake of con
quering it, but simply by establishing so
good and useful a government, that the
neighboring nations ask the privilege of
beconitt subject to it. All toe induce
tents which France. England and Mexi.
co. can hold out to Texas, will not make
her doubt or hesitate one moment about
accepting our proposal. Indepenience,
comtmercial treat ies, special privileges, she
counts as dross, that she may win annexn
tion. Certainly an alterna ive so utterly
rejected by Texas cannot he desired by
any State already in this Union A force
so irresistibly centripetal, cannot throw.off
fragments. When Mr. Garrison, or Mr.
Phillips, hes, by the power of his clo
quence persuaded a moving hoily to Roar
tip stream. thet there will he somse datger
thit the same power -N ill di. solve ii
Union Suppose some one n. our 27
States were to fall out with te Untiotn.
what is thie first bhig it woud do ? Whv.
ask to lie anntexed.--N. Y Jour Corn.
!!:iUnbuurg Prices (currait.
____ JUNF II, 1845.
IDaecn, per I. Iran. per ih. .
hloc round, 7 a 74 'vveudes.nass'd.4.4 a og
Hamn, 74 a 84 Heop. 74 at9
Shounlders, 6% a 7 Sheet. 7 a 9
Stides, 74 ni 8 Nail lRods, 7.1 a 8
Bagging, pet yd. Russia bar 5 ci 6
Best Ilemcp, 17 ac 20 P'louczh 31 ottds, 6 n 7
Tow, 15 :a la Lard, per lb 8 a 1t0
Cottn, 174 a 00) Leard. "" 6 a 8
Beropc. per lb. 8 a Int Lime, per bibl.
Beesurax.prlb. 22 a 25 Stonie. 2 0i0 a 2 51)
('oton. per lb. Rice, pwr t00ibs 4 00.
Ord. to 31i'. 5 ja 5.3 Scnears. per lb.
31 iddhnti Fair. 6 ic tie St. Croix. 10 a 11
Fully F'air. a l'irto Rico. 7 a 1t0
Fitne, a .New I crleanis 7 a It0
Coflcc, per ib. llatvatna, whli~e 10 cc 12
Rio, 8 a 1tt Do. browtt 8 a 9
Java, 13 a I5 Loaf andc lutmp.13 a I5
Corn, per bt., 00) a 511 Salt, per btcsh. 45 a 50)
Corn Me~al, 50 a 62.4 Sack, 1 50 a 1 75
Flour, per bbl. Tidlowo. tier tb 8 ac 10
Canal, 6 50) a 0) 00 Twcinc, per lb.
Country, 4 501 a 5 25 \mierican, 25 a 30
Hides, per lb. 7 a S English, 25 a 371
ilAMBURG. June 11.
Couon. -For the past week very ltttle has
:been done inc this article, ilhe receipts bieing
but light acid but few lots offering itt Wacrehou
sea. Within thle last twci days we nticee tigooid
many wagons itt and somte sales making in
the street at very irregular prices. We quote
Ordiinarf to IMijldlinig 5 to 54; Mlidcdling tnir to
Ihir 5.j to 64 ; fully fair to good fair 64 to 62.
Couta.-Our cotton market has not declined
as was expected inc contsequecee of the late
advices fromo Liverpool. Sales have beeni
made this week at fully fortmet pirices. Our
stuck is mchel redtced. acid the gjcntity offer
itng is niot large, at the same time te demand is
Cotata, Jnne II.
Couena.-Sincce ouir last re port we have had
advices from Liverpoot which state that thtere
hadheent a depreciation of full a quairte~r of a
.penny a ponncd on Cotton in thtat maorket.
Teehas beeni, howvever, no correspondinig de
pression in the markets in tltts counctry. Inc
Coluimbia the teniderncy has rathier beeni to firin
ness of old gcnotatior~s. We therefore repuort
extremes still at 5to 64 cents.
Died, at her resideuice near Edgefieldl C.
HI., on the 10th instanit, Mrs. Ro~rr Busrrs-o,
widow of the late Blenjnmmc Bnatincg, inc the
74thi year of her age. The deensed had, for
about forty years. been a cottsistan t and exem
plary mnember of the Baptist Churcht. Shte was
an all the relationis of life, kitnd anti atnicable,
atndwas remarkable int hter attachmnente cts a
mother, and eunjoiyedl the devoted affectton of
her imimediate famnily; anti was grceatly es
teemed by a Icarce circle of friends. 8hte etc
joyed itn the cifilictioins of her later .tecua,cte
support and cnsotations oif the religiont which
she had embraced) in ant early pericinof her life.
Hler meimotry will be fondly cherishe~d by her
By Divine permission, R.-v. W1M. P.
HILL will preach aturday the 7th of
June nexf, at Walnut Grove ; Sunday 8th
at Turke) Creek, Monday 9th. at Broad.
mouth ; Tueeday 10th, at Little River ;
Vednesdoy 11th at Bethilehein; Thursday
12th, at Peniel; Tuesday 17th, na Buffalo;
Wednesday 18th, at Horeb; Thursday
19th, at Damascus.
Elder William Royall is expected to at
tend with him at most of the appointments.
* THE AINISTER'S AND DEACONS'
Corereuce of the Edgefield Baptist As
sociation, will meet at Bethany, at the
Republican, on the Saturday before the
5th Lord's day in June. The subjects to
be discussed are, 1s, "Does the spirit of
Gd operate directly upon the heart of any
sinner who is finally lost." Second,
"What are the duties of the Dacor ?"
Third. "Ca, a Deacon at pleasure resigtn
his office ?" Fourth, -Is the portion of
Scripture in the 16th chapter of Luke fron
10th verse to the close. a parable ?"
J. M. CHILES, Secretary
June 4 Is - tf
" 'TA. AMNA, IEETING OF THE
Abheuille atts Edi efield Uoion Bale 's .
ciety n ill be held at lotnsi 31oria.il 31e-t.
ins; House, on Tuesday after the third
Lord'; Day in July next. ;t 11 o'clock, A.
M. The Anniversary Address will be de
livered at 12 o'clock.
The 3lembers of the Exective Com
mittes will meet on Monday. (lhe day. pre
vious,) at Mount M'sriatt, at 10 s'clock, A.
M. It is desirable that the membere -.
the Committee he punctual as there .will
he much bninesq to attend to hefore. they
can be prepared to make .n satisfactory
report to the Society the clay following,.
W. S. HARRIS, Secre:ary.
June 18 3t 21
The Hughes Family,
ESPIECTFUL'LY inform the public,
that they .will have the huor of giving
their4 oncert. dt the Court !lonse, this even
ing, June 18th.
Jute 18 It 21
SHERIFFS S ULE.
State of Bouth! Ct rolinn:.
EDGEFI' 1 D DISTRICT.
R. R. Hoti,
ts. Dlomestic At nehmennett.
Al F .iteisell
Y. an order from the.Court of Common
Pleas. in the above stated case,I will pro
reed to sell in the Tows of Hlamsburg. on the
first .lon day in July ne'x ; one grey hlorse,
levied upon as the property of the Defendant.
]P 'Terms cash
II. BOULWARE. s i.. n
June IS it 21
'I1H E Co pa:rtnershitp hieretohbrew 'xtting tun
de'Ir t he firmi nflH L. J I:FFERM & COI
wats thts dlay dissolved by mtuial consentt. All
demeiands :igininst the firmu will be piresetd ti
1I. L,. Je.Ters ir p;ymnent.antd tall thse~s itt.
debts-I to the contcetit will tta ke paym~ tentt te.
him a h le is al' tie anithorized to s-ettle dw
U. L. JEFFEIRS,
J.A1ES5 F. itFFIN.
Ilamburtg. Junte 12th, 1845 2mt 21
T lI E. di-solntnon of the firtm of II. L. JF'
FE.RS & CO.. also dissolves the enn
tnectioin oif the stbscriber willh the Wanrehouse
btusintess-hntt hi. still otfer his services to his
friends aind the. puiblic as a GENERAL :IGKsT
A14n t'oem~ssiON .\iIstenaN. viz: uic1/ng ('ot
Ion-. loar. Bacon. &c..off the Wlagon jr lI harf ;
purachatsmo or selling Goo.Is lhr Planteris or
Merchants. attd receiving antd tot wnrdiir .ller
chandicise. &c. As lhe is now unitrammtielledl
with the cares of a WVarehontse. lie will bie -n
abled to devote his unidivided aittentiosn to the
interest' of ill thisse whto ima~y favor hint with
- H. L. JEFFERS.
H ambutrg, S. C , June 12th, k-3 2mt 2i
To the Public.
. snice lately to ti-e City of Baitiutiore, a re
portbtas been cirenulatedi iii the c'ountry~by sotme
one having inimiical feelintgs tswatrdls tme (prob.
ably somte ones thtat I have tuerned off.) that my
House was closed. anil tht I hadh enttirelhy givent
up1 the hnssiniess. I sleem it a dnty, I one o0 my
sell, to lay befotre the public thea falsetness of:
such a sentrrilons rsport, anad to informu tiy
country pntronte, and1 the trave-llinig cominnnttity.
that miy Hlousse thas been, titd will comninnte to
bie opened for their reception andi accum-o
JA.\MES IIUJIRA RD. Senr.
Hamrburg, June I1. (Rep.) 2t 22'
PERSONS having demands against the
K Estate of 'Susannsah Noltotn, deeased;
are requested to present themt properly attest
ed, and those indebted to said Estate are re
qnested to make tmntediate pnymetnt.
JA MES R USH TroN, Admn'r.
June 18 3t 21
ALL Personts havitng atny demands against
the Estate of E. Broadlwater. deceased.
tire reqnested to presenst them within three
momntfs ftnom this nsublication,, as thte Estate
nmust be closed.
A. W. BURT. Admoinistratoz.
June 18 3t* 21
A LL Persons htavitng elinets agaitnst the Es
tate of the late 8. F. A. nocDowell, are
regnesteds to presetnt them duly anthiesticated.
atnd thiese indebtedl to toake paymnett withott
delay A .McC A NE. Alniinistratesr.
N B. I thitnk it propet to cauttiont the pnblic
ngitnist tratditng for a tiote oh hanid said tno hayse
been drawnt by the said S. F A. Hell..in favor
ol Derrick Hol-emiback, as I shall tiot paly said
nt'o ttntil compelled by law. A. McC.
June11 2t . n
State of South Carolina,
Y 'JO N HILL EsquireOrdnary,
Bof EdgeLfield District.
Whereas Wiley Reynolds hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on
all and singular the goods, and chattels,
rights and credits of Joseph Whittle late
of the District aforesaid, deceased, these
are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and .singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said'decea'd, to be..and appear before
me, at o'ur next Ordinary's Court for the
said District, to be holden at Edgeficld
Court,, House, on the 30th day of June
instant', to show cause, if any, why the said
adninistration should not he granted.
'Given under my hand and seal, this
lth day of May, in -the year of our
Lord iane thousand eight hundred and
foryt-five, and in the 69th year of Amer
JOHN [JILL, 0. E. D.
June21 21 21
DJr. Bram>>lieth's fills.
WORES OF NATyRE!
IN .a state f tealth the intetinal canal
nar te compared to a river whose
waters flow over the adjoining land, through
the chanciels nature or art has mtadt., and im
prove their qualities; and to keep up the. corm
parion ol the river, so long ns it runs on
stmoothly the clha'nelare kept pure and heal
thy; but if by some cause the course of the
river is stopped. then the water in the cai.al is
no longer pure. butt soon becottts stagnant.
There is but one hw of. ciretlation in nature.
When there is a superabundance of humorial
fluid (serosity) in the intesntial tubes, and cos
tiveness takes place, it flows back into the
blood vessels, and infiliratos itself into the cir
culatiu. To establish the free'course of the
river. %e toust remove the obstructions which
,top its free course, and those of its tributary
streams. With the bndj, follow the same nat.
Ural princi..le-renve.the ibstructions trom
the bowels, with DIANDRETH'S PILLS,
which never injure. but are always effectual
for the perfect cleansing of the system from
fouliiessior disease By persevering in this
practice, the ways of ther circulation will then
be restored in the full exercise of their natural
fttnctiono, and a state of health will be firmly
establisled. Remember, never soffer a drop
of blood to be. takeii from yomt Evacuate the
humors as often and as long as they are de.
ranged, or as long asyotu are sick.
IDThe Pills are sold at Dr. Jtran/retk's Of
ace. 241 Broiadway. N. York. Also, by Bland
& Buler, Edgefield C. [I. ; S. D. Clarke S? co.,
Hnuthurg; J. S. S D. C. Sinylcy. Meeting
StreetI; V A. Coleman, New Market; If'lllock,
Sullivan & Waller, Greentiood ; L. D. Neiri
June IS 5t 21
Operations oi the Tceth.
OF COLUMBIA, S C.,
% TILL again visit the Village of Edgefield
on the first day oficly, acnd will remain
for several days, duriig which time h,- may be
consulted at 1ir. Goodman's Hotel, and will be
prepared to perform all operations contected
with his profession, in fthe neatest and best
June 1 2t' 20
State Of South fCarolina,
EDGE b'IE LD DISTRICT.
BY JOHN IIILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
W.her-as, Nancy Reynolds hath applied to me
for Letters ot Adl.incistrationc. oct all and singu
tar the goods nnid chat tles, rights acid credits iif
Thos. Reyniolds. Sen., late of the District afire
said, dleceasedl; thesi are, therefore, to citeanid
admconish aill ande singular, the k itmired anid cred
imore o'f the siaid dee-enisedtto lie anid aippear he
Iore mle. at iur next Ordinary's Coicrt fair the
nid District to to holdeni at Edlgefceld Court
II oie~ on the thiirtiethc day of' Junie inst, to
show cnncse, if acty. wh-y the said admtinistratiun
shiocilid not be granted..
Giwen undtier tmy hiancd anid seal. this tenth day
oif Jecnte. iin the year of our Lordl iice thousanid
eight hundired amid fiorty-fiv a, and in the sixty
nitth ycar of Americaic [idependenice.
JOHN HIILL, o. E. D.
June 11 t 20
B Y viu of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
Bcias ii me directed, I will proceed to
selIl a, Edlgefiield Court House, ~on the
FirstllMon day and Tuesday following, in
July next, the fiillowirog property, to-wit:
Jao Bauskei, vs. J-ohn M'. Barrontou,
the Ilouse and Los tie-ar the Town of Ai
kenc, oiccu pied by James E. Black, bounded
an hInds belonging 'o'H. M. Rogers.
Wilimi Woeodherry, indorser, vs. Ru
dlolph Carter anid Elizabeth Carter, the
tract of land where the defendanit Eliz
abeth Carter now resides, adjoining lands
of Johno Wise and others.
.H. BOULWARE,.s. E D.
Junec 11 4t 20
T r ans porta tio0n
rI allREE Wagons andi Teams are wanited to
Itracisport Armis, Tents, andi Camp Eqnip
paige from Haimbcirg to the Brigade Entcmp
mcecnts, commcenicmcg on. the 14th Jculy' at Long
nires ; at Pickeasville on the-4th August, atid
at Camdien soeme time ini September, where
they w'ilh be discharged. Each teamc will be
required to hare whiterivrs, to travel tweinty
milds per day, atnd to haul 300 en t., to give se
curcty for the pierformnende of the contract, and
the preservation of the public piroperty. Pay
will be allowed (tom the timce they .leave Ham-.
burg fair each clay while actually emnployed.-a
Nothincg will be allowedl for the time itttervent
inig between the encampments..
Persons wiuhiuig emnploymmeit, will s to thceir
proposals. post paid. to the Quarter Mfaster
General, prior to the 2thh Jnne,
13. T. WATTS, Q. M. G.
June11 It 20
A N Examticuntion of the Students of' this In:
stitution, will talie place on the 8th acnd
9th of July next.
By order of the'Board of Trustees.
W.S8. COT HRANI, Secretary.
June 4 . ti 183
haiglcated hiimaelf, of'ers his proles
siontal services to hit, liiends and the public
aenierally. H e may be .founcd at Mtajor Johnc
H Hughes' residece, 54 miles north west of
Edgefield Court House
Juice 4 if 18.
.LA W BLA NKS
TOIn SAL~e A-r -rnt nOFFmE.
State or South Car'olina,
Daniel Boon Applicant, vs,. Summons in
Luke I.Irn, .and others,
Defendants. -. Partition.
B Y an order from John Hill, Esquire,
Ordirnary of the District aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the First Monday/ in Julj/ nert, the lands
belonging to the Estate of George Hlorn,
Sr., deceased, situate in said District, on
Horse Peu Creek, containing one hundred
aid thirty acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Marcut Upson, Isaac Bunting,
and others: sold on a credit until the first
day of January next. Purchasers to give
hond and approved personal security, and
a mortgage of the premises to the Ordi
nary to .secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in .cash.
11. BOULWARE, s. E. .D.
June 11 - 4t 20.
- HEAD QURTER'S,
IsT SQUADRON. 2ND REG'NT CYAALRY.
IN pursuance of orders from Col. Tt-Nich
ols. the Edgetield .quadron of Cavalry will
parade at Ed:efield Court House, on the 2nd
Saturday in .June next. for review and drill.
The dommissioned and non commissioned
officers the day previous, for drill -and instrue.
An election will be held on tha 28th day of
July next. for Colonel, to fill the vacancy occa.
sioned by the resignation of Col. Sprouwl.
By order of Major J. C. SMYLF.Y
Jute 4 2t 18
GENE RAL ORDERS!
H!EAD QUARTERS, IsT SQUADRON. 2ND CAV'T.
aN pursuance to orders fi-om Col. T. Nichols.
the Edgefield Sqnddrsi of Cavalry will as:
seutble at Stiinburg; iear Libertj HIill, for t
Gesral Review. otl the 19th day of July next.
Commissioned and non.cmnnuissioncd ofil.
cers on ihe 14th of July, for five days encitmp
ment, armed and equipped as the law directs.
By order of Major J. C. SMaYLEY.
Jude4 2t -18
A LL Persons having any demands against
the Estate of Thomas Scurry, doceased,
are requested to present them -by the 25th of
June, as the Executors wish to close up the
estate. DAVID 8MITH,
June 4 3t* 1S .
ALL those indebted to the Estae of Ansel
Talbert, deeased, are requested to come
forward and uake immediate payment. -and all
those to whom the Estate.is indebted are re
queste d to tender their accounts in to the sub
scribers, duly attested within the specified
IV. W. TALBERT,
Mry 28 3t 18
-- From the Subscriher on the
15th inst., a Negro tman, named
. STEPHEN; between 25 and.
30 years. old. five feet, eight or
ntre inches high; black complex
in:;, quick spoken.-A liberal
reward will be given to any one, who will
apprehend said hoy, and deliver him to
me, or inform me so that I can get him.
M. E. 'rILLMAN.
Edgefield C. 11., Miay 28th.
May 28 18 if
State of dioi lh Ciarolina.
TOLLED ntefore me by Josiah Lan
-Lhamt liesma on Horse Creek; a dark
browt tmtre Mule, about 13 hands high,
ninrke of geatr otn both sides and shoulders,
n btite hair on -right tchteek hone, fifteen
years old, antd appraised ntt $15.
WM. J. W IGiITMANi..
MIagistratc, & .
Re'g'ia caed Quarters,
7-rt R E.T'.NT. I. S. C. 31M
EpDG E IE LD C. H.. S. C.
.pril 22, 18-45.
r 'H E UJpper Battalion of the 7th Regziment
IInfanstry, S. C. M., will parade for review
attd drill, at the Pinte house, on Saturday thte
2'8th of Junes ntext.
The'otlicers :ad noniconuissione.d officers
will ttssetmble thte day pr<.viotts, futr drill and
The .Lowesr Battalion of the sanie Regiment
will assetmble at the Chetokee Ponds, on Thurs
day, thte :ld of July for drill and revie w. Of
ficers attd cstn-commnissioned officers the day
pre vious. fo0- drill antd iustruction.
Liettt. Col. Posey and Major Mills are chtar
ged with the extetnsiotn of this order to their res
-By order of Cot.. WIGFA T .
April G. D. M-IMS, Adjntant
Api2 9 14
I IN P'LasUAtscL- of -Orders front
Hiend~ Quarters. the- .7tht Regi
: mnt lititry, S. C M.,. wijlparade
.for review and drill, at the 0tld clls
stt Thtnisday, thte 10th of .Jaly nest.
The commsissiened- antd non-~com
thissitmnedl oficsers- will assenible on
.the day previous, for drill and' in
L. T. WIGFALL.
Col. 7th RegstmenttInfanstay,S. C. M.
A pril 23 O9
T-i Spring Term 1845:
Tisordered that an Extra Terniof the
ICourt of Common Pleas and General
Sessions for the Trial of the Cases not
disposed of at thtis Term, be held at Edge
field Court House, on the second Monday
in July next, to continue two weeks.
T. G. BACOlN, c.c C. P. A 0. S.
May 14 9t 1
State of South Carolina,
T O LL ED hefore me by R. J. Burton,
.livitg three miles from the Vi~ttge,
on the roast leading from the Pine House
tos Newtherry Distriet,achesnlut sorrel Mare,
about fifteen hands high, about seven
years 'old; tmarks of the saddle otn her
back, a smtall st'ar on-the right thigh-, the
right hind-foot white up to the retlock ;
and the right fore anehe puffed, appraised
- C. W. PRESLEY, 31. E. D.
3une4 18 m4m
Plantation for Sale.
HE Sulhscriber offers for sale'his'nivnable
. Plantation, situated tn Stephen's Creek,
in Egefield District. anl about 10 -nilev above
Hamburg.. The Tract contmu:s -fiv6-hundred
and fifty acres, of as good, we'jl- timbered.
land as any.n the-Creek ahd.is welladapt
ed to Corn, Cotton andsmalL grain. "About
two hundred and sity heres'ire, !eared
and in cultivation. On the premises .re
two Dwellings,. a Gin- House anid Screw4
and all necessary outbuilditigs.. The siu.
ation is as healthy as any in.ibe District
and the water is excellent. A. renonable
indulgeoce vill- -be given, .with Note and
approved security. .Persons wishing.to
purchase, can call and-examine for them.
If not previously disposed of, the above
Plantation will be sold on Wednesday.the
3rd of September no ;nr the subscriber's
residence.:_ - IOsi'1P LLOYD.
lay 7 lm3ta .15
D R C I. WARD. would reepectilly in
n rm his fortmer patrons and friends, that -
he has ret trned. and will resume the dities of
his profession at hi.' own -house.'one .duor-east
of the Episcopal Churcb, or visit patients. as
formerly at their homcs. .
May 7 4t. 15
LL persons indested to the subscri
i hr either by note or account are
requested to come and-setite immediately.
After the first day df July our. notes -and -
accounts will~be placed in the hands.of it
officer for collecti . .
FEtAZIER & ADDISON. -
June 4h ;4t 8
SPARTANBURG DISTRICT;.S. C. - "
tll18 delightfti a'eiig jIlne -illbe'ready
1-to receive coupany by the 1sJ--of June,
The beneficial results of the water can be -tes.
titied to by Irindreds, tilio have experienced
its influence upon various- diseases, and tim -
accommodationsshah be suited to-thewants of
any visitors who tiay visit the place, upon tho.
following terns, viz -
Man per d.ty, -. 25
" week, - - 60
"'- " " over one, and less
than four, - - - 5 00
" over four, per week, 4 00
Childen and Servants half price.
Ioraes per day. . - --. - 2. 624
week, 350 . -
- ve oe,- 3 00
There is a four.horse mail coch leaves Co..
limbia every Tuesday and Friday morning,
and a-rive at Glenn Spiings,-Wedgesdafs and
Saturdays, half past-4 o'clocki P.-M.
The Chaileston Mercury, Courier, Southern
Christuitn Advocate, Sonth Carolinian, Edge
field Advertiser, and .Abbeville Banner, wilt
copy the above once per week, for five weeks.
and each send one copy of their paper for six,
months, and forward accounts to Gleed Springs
- . JOHN C- ZIMMERMAN.
P. -S. The Subscriber. will sell -the -above
property on liberal terms.- - J. C. Z.
May 28 5t -18
Edgefield Confectionary 1
(orrosiTE BLAND & BUTLER'S.)
- H E Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public at -large.sthat he
has recently opened, a .CogfenI[Onagiy
and Fruit !tore,.it the Villags'of Edge..
field. and has just received' from Charleston,
a large assortment of. -
Candies.. Fruits. Preserves, Pickles, ic.;
consinng in part as follows: -
Candies and Sugar Plains, a good assort
ment.- - .
PRaisins.. Currants. .Figs, Prepared Cocoa,
Eniglish Walnuts, Soft Shtelled Almords,'
- Limes,.Cocoa Pl~ums, Fjtuits in Brandy,
Preserved East India Ginger, and Cor
Leatcockc & Co Madeira, Chery, Sherry,
*Brown. Pale, Golden and Port WINES'
Loundonu Porter. in finart end pint bottles,-.
. Family Groctries.
Smoked.Bleeffra choice article; Pine Appl&
Cheese, Fresh and Pckele d Salmon., No. 1
Mackerel,' Sardinos in .Oil,. Scotch Herrings,
Bos.ton and Stida Biscuits, English .mixed Pick.
e.s Olives. Capers. Pr otnes, Macarony, Pepper.
Allspice,, Mace, Nnitmegsi, Cloves, Cinnamon'
Isintglass. Wahtuni. rAfushroon and T1omato Cat-. -
snps. PethI Starch, an excellent article.
Phtie and Extra Pinte Spainish SEGAltS, atid
Ciavendish's TOBA-CCO, &c., &c.
All of which will be sold. cheap for CAsu',or -
on short credit to punctual customiers.
26 . LOUIS COV4R.
March 26if. 9
AND HARNESS MAKING.
I HE Subscribbr ttkes plea.
Asure in returning his sin
cere tanksto hiis'friends and
patronts, for the verf liberal
pztrunage bestowed on him..during the past
yeauR. lie respectftully mnformns his friendsand.
the public in general, that he still dontinues to
edtry on the Saddle .and Harness
-Making Business, at his'old stand, next
door to Mr. S. F. Goode's.' H e has on band
Ia good assortmentof -
Sadle, Bides ndMartingalh, Har
ad-ness, Travelling Trimkls, Sec.
adall ther articles usually kept at such an
establishment, which: he offers on as reasonable
terms as he can. possibly afl'ord them.
MI.iTARY EgtI:PAoE 51AbiE TO ORDER, ?N A
- woKEMANALIKE NANNER,
Citizenis of South Carolina. call and see if
you can not suit ydurselves as well at home as
abroad. Let us endeavor to keep ouir money
at homne, and we will have more to spend.
Fe. . DANIEL ABBEY.
St te of South Carolina,
EDGE FIELD DIST RICT,
tN EQUITY. -
Henry HI. Hill and -
John. Bates et al. vs. ' Cross Bill.
lnthmah Ml. H-ill et al. .
T ' a ppearing to my satisfaction that Jonathan.
KM.I1litland Matalda Daniel, defendants in. -
thts case, are and reside withaut the limits of
this State;'on motion by Mr. Wardlaw, Solici
tor fur Plaintiffa', Ordered, that said absent de
fenidants do appear .n this Honorable Court,.
and answer, plead or demur to the-Bill of Plain-.
tiffs,- within three months freon thte publicatiot
of this Order, or-the said'Bill be taken pro co..
fesso agaihst them.
S . S. TOPKKINS, C. E. E. I?.
Feb' 6, 185. -2 Six
$3'The friends of Lieut.- Jintzs B.
H ARRIts, anniounco hits as a candidate ib,
the'..ffico of tax.Collector-dt the <tileo