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From the Baltimore Americon.
pM STER AND 'APPRENTICE.
'ioe areafewrelatiois which, takizg
them in aflt~teir-beariigs, are more iter
eesting-or imporiant -ian of -naster and
apprentiee yhether we regardi inrefer
enee to present tlhO:Citure. ft:is-the in
terveninf.lipk iteeini dependence of
'ilo$ t is ie ic ondition of
manhood. QOitproper.apireciat on, and
tbe. due pet brmances of its requisitions,
atustfependtegebility on the part of the
ydinugto become useful and respectable.
Withoit the ties of .blond relttionsh:p, it
embraces the responsibility of parentage
on the one hand, and the deference due from
youth to age. on the other. In a word, it
is the exercise of paternal authority on the
part of the master, and the practice of filial
reaspect on, that of the apprentice. Itegar
diug the faithful discharge of these recip
rocalduties;as a matter of essentil conse
quence, it has been with no little regret tha t
we have seen in thiscountry the frequent
subversion of the true intent of this institu
Instead of looking upon the person to
shom he binds out his child, as the deposi
tory for the time being of his own authority,
the American parent too freqnently regards
hit as a hard task master, to whom nothing
is due-bevond an: extorted and utwilling
obedieace: So far from encouraging his
offspring ro yield aliectionate al ready
compliance with the nishes of his em
ployer, the father, in mav cases, inculcates
the lesson that nothing more is to be done
than is iidispensable to secure the benefits
embraced in the contract of apprenticeship.
Such-cortract on the part ofthe parent very
naturally- induces a correspoding feeling
and course of action on that of the child.
His endeavor, too frequently, is to thwart
the.wishes of his master, whom he looks
upon as one:eager to extort from hint every
thing on the score olf service which is the
oJIspring of a bare legal obligation. leico
itis that -wesee our courts ofjlustice oc
cupied with litigants, and in settlind dis
putes between master and apprentice.
However eager the parties may have been
tenter,into contract, as Making a provision
agafnst want, no sootier does any little cir
cumstatice occur, which, in their-opinion
may operate as a release from iti sobliga
tions, -than the courts are annoyed with
an- appiiation for h dlischarge from the
indentures. buch, indeed, is the feeling on
this subject, that parentts: avoid, if possible,
the;formality of a written-instruinenit, be-:
lieving 'that withoui it there exists no
rnuijaal bond, further than the couvenienceo
oFddeor-other yarty may diciate.' It may
be.improper bete to say that this notion, so
- e'tnrally entertained, is entirely erroneous,.
ahdthat, provided a specific coutract~and
peitipefIliiance-can be proved. a verbal
agreemenilall sufficient,-the written doe
ifmeit'being notbing more than evidence,
of the intention of the parties. such- we
beivisttie true legal.doctriue-according
t the 4eciszon of .our tribunals, as it. is
certainl. hconclusions atrhich common
------6 6s no-ud 'I' ive; in thea'premiies. in
puasuiotbti invisoe course; parents seein
td:ovetl okrtho injury t:hy inflict upon
theiroflsproginwhen ihey inculcate insub
oftndtion:to-dufy eonstituted authority.
They do not:reflect tharthe youth who is
taight to disregard the commands of a
master .wili1ery soon look with contempt
on; the authority of a parent. it is the
propensity..of youth to. be restless under
reistaint, and it-is of little importance to a
lad wbether his wrishes are thwairted by
a father or a master. .Of the truth of this
remark the strongest evidence is to be fouitd
in the fact that a bad apprentice never yet
made a duttful child.
'Nor does the appretntice seem to reflect
that in opposing the will of his master and
indulging in a refractory spirit, lhe is only
heaping up difficulties for himself. The
relation of master and appretntice .is ne
cessarily one of limited dttration. lie who
is leqrning at the present time, must in the
Couise of a very few-years, become in his
turn the instructor, and should the evil ex
ample which lhe .has himself shown be
visited upon himself, he.must not tie sur
prised at receiving the reward foi hiis owvn
Parents rshould recollect while they
courtenance the unruly spirit of their chil
dren towards their masters, that as it is
the dpty of tbe latter so it is their interest
not to.exact. too much from their apiren
tices. Trhere may be here and itiere an
instatace to'the cotitrary, but in ninety-nine
instances out of'a hundred, it is believed,
the dispoisiion of masters is to be lenienit
with a view to their ow n comfort and prof
it. Brute force never can elicii the same
skertion to please that kind of treatment
alwbys produces, and the rmaster who
treals hi, apprentice with waniton harsh
ness will find uniformly that he is the lo
ser by it.
How often do we find even moderate
correction objected to on the part of par
eats, and yet th6 right to use it is inidiaz.
pejibables to the exercise of authorty.
Wliy is it that we find the youth of the
present day noted for gross immiorality and
misconduct?. It is riot that the proper
restraints have been broken dlown, ;andI
mnasteris are too often absolutely afraid to
dog heir duity by those who are cotmmitted
to.their cre. Look into the stree:ts, atid
see aho are the. disturbers of the publice
quiet-the night brawlers on the high
.ways. A re they not ill mannered. unruly
boys ? Look into the plenitentiaries anid
jails, nd who are found the. inmates .of
them? Are they tnot persons who when
younog disregarded wholesome. control,
and wvho by.~the indulgence of their unbri
dIed passions have worked out for thema
selves infamygnad diegr-ace?
LAne of~sthe~ most certain' and easiest
mnodes:ofdstecting counterfeit silver mon
ey is'io drivth, edge of a sharp pen-knife
acrou.he enfCace;. If good, it will cut
likWiafich oI4chese;' if counterfeit, the
edgeof the knife wilbeatch, as if it haed
com; aciross abate hard subst ance.-Ere
Tb. ~ froni ty(&Bjof Fundv.
ar rrs hii aite '.ofmakperel.,
mackerel plenty,- bndfirtiyough rafh--rI
amal--mjaller than has been knowan i
seeul' ra.' a. :o ' E
-Georgir!Mamnfa eWe had -an
opportunity, a few fdayssnce, of wanes
lg a few drawing: knives; munufactured
6y Mr. Allen Clevelaud of McDonougu,
Henry county. The fiuish and teal per of
the blades appeared good, and so. far its
we are capable of judging, we-think these
specimens of work would bear a fair com
parison with.any similar. article imported
Mr.-Cleveland authorizes u3 to say that
he warrants every article made at his es
tablishnent-and that lie intends devoting
much of his time nad means to the gene
rat manufacture of edge-tools and guns.
We wish him all the success that his in
dustry, enterprise or merit entitles him to
expect or receive. These drawing knives
are for sale at our hardware stores, and
we hope persons in want of such articles
will examine and give them a trial.-Au
gusta Cons(., 121k instant.
Introduction of Cotton into Turkey.
The Sultan of Turkey, who is one of the
most intelligent monarches of the age, has
determined to make an eff'ort towards the
introduction of the culture of Cotton into
his dominions. With this view, more
than a year ago, he requested the Ameri
can Minister at Constantinople. to confer
with the Secretary State, for the purpose
of selecting and sending to him one or two
'Americans well acquainted with the pro
cess of cultivation of the plant.
Mr. Buchanan 'as ai length succeeded
in acromplishing the preliminary meas
urea, by the appointment of Dr. J. Law
rence Stith. of this city, and Dr. James
B. Davis, of Columbia, who will leave by
the Ist of October at the latest, for Eng
land, on their. wny to Constantinople.
They are to carry with them a Cotton
Ginl, ploughs, hoes, cotton seed of the va
rious kinds cultivated in this country, ag
ricultural books, and every thing else te
cessary to cominenee at once, for which
the Sultan is anxious, the necessary pro
parations for planting next year.
The-selection made by the Secretary of
State is unexceptionable. The acquire
ments of Dr. Smith as a scientific man
are well known and highly appreciated to
this city;.and his companion, Dr. Davis,
is a practicial planter, well acquainted
with the cultivation of our staple.--Eve.
A mo'ion was made by a member of the
Legislature of a Western State. to lay a
tax on horses, cows, asses and other do
mestic animals. A member moved to
strike ou: the word assess, or to amend the
resolution by inserting the word "quadr
ped" after animals, else, he argued, the
law might operate onerously on the mover
of the resolution and other honorable cinm
bers of, the House.
Senator from Maine.-Notice has been
regularly served upon Mr. Bradbury, the
Senator elect from Maine, that his right to
the seat will be contested, 54 members of
the'Legislature "declaring that they voted
for 1r. Evans,i.f which only 40 were. re
turned by the tellers. l'his will be, it is
said, the first instance in which'the-seat'of -
aa'U. S. Senator has been contested.
Thunder Storm in Richmond.-The city
of Richmond -Va., was recently visited
by one of the severest thunder storms
that have been known to occur in that
place in tatty years. Some injury occur
red by the wind or lightning in throwing
down chimneys, &c., but no lives weto
lost, at least so far as had been leat nod.
Oregon.-Int Oregott liquors are not al
lowed to be imptforted, maanufatctured or
sold, under heavy petnalties. This blocks
up the Temperattce folks ini Oretton.
From the Norrigeworkc (1 Ma.) Journal.
We publish the followinig, tas ainong the ma
ny evidetnces wich we are constatntly receiving
of thte increasintg pop nistrity oif 1r. Jayne's Eix
pectorant. Wo have no interest in -'putiing"
it--any furtherthtan we haive a desire to pto
mote the health atnd htappintess of outr fellow
cretuires, who are wastitig away with those
complaints, for which this medicine is an abso
lute retmedy. And in callittg the attention of
thme ptubbe to it, we feel that we are in the laith
ful discharge of our duty.
New PowtLuo, Nov. 4, 1842.
Mr. PRATT.-Sir: J wish you to send tne 3
bottles of Jaynte's Expectorant, antd in tltis cotn
nectiomn, I wottld say, that I deem it an invaint
able tmedmeinte, and atn article that nto family
slin'tld be withtout a sitngle daty I htave used
it for two years ir, my famtily. antd l.ave always
found it a quick und efficient remtedy foir tigiht
ntess of the Ittngs, produced by lottg protracted
colds, w hichm produce the sho rt hackm tg acough,
the prenmonitor of Consumtptioun, tn wivtcht it so
frequetntly terinates in this climate. If pro
perly atnd seasonably adntumnist 'red, it will ef
tectuaally break tup the mosct violent colds, and
thereby prevent the tmny violen-tt fevers, so
fregnently contsequentt uplon themt. K wotuld
most cheerfully recommend this medicine in
all cases of that nttuttre, as intvaluable.
JOhN HI. WEBSTER.
CIHOICS and FRE TTING of INFANTS
- Every tmothier should have .Jaynie a Carmin
ative. It is the very thing they need for their
chtildret, as it itmmtediately etires thme c-hooic, atnd
allamys all irritattiaon of the stomtah anid howels
Rt. S. ROBERTS sasle Aget. tEdeil
C. H.. South Carolina. C a
Bewcare ojf counterfeits.
Saugust 12J 3t 29
r '10 THlE P'AITHLESS!
.3 If any doubt thewotnderfulh powers of
"Dr. CULLEN'd INDIAN VE&ETABLE
PA NA CEA;" we invite thetm to call upon rtlr.
Isaac Brooks, Jr., Jetferston street, fourth door
west of Schuylkill Sixth street, belowv Locust,
and leatrnt from his owtn lips of otne of thte tostC
astonishinag cures of Scrofula ever performed
an a hunmn be-ing-or call at the reqidence olf
htis father, Elevethl andl Vine streets. Sold by
JOS T. ROWAND.
376 Market street, Plila
Sold by R. S. ROBERTS, Edg'efield C. H.
angtust 12 St 29
Valuable Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber h as determined
to offer at Private.Sale, the valna
.able tract of LAND, ont which lie
now resides, on Turkey Creek, wa.
ters of Savannah river,7A miles from Edgefield
Court IH ouse. The tract contains 230 acres.
atad the land is in, a good state for cultivation
F'or particulars.apply'to thenaberhber- on-the
premiseat: JOHN BLAND.
.hnna 24 -. tf 2-2
rf" 'he friends of EDMUWD Monare
n nnounce him as a catndidate for the
'ilice ofr Tax Collector at the next election.
Ln, g- ( ~-41'
B virtue of sunury: 'riof FiF-i
etas to-me 'direced, 194viltyroceedi
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
First-Monday and Tuesday following in
September next, the following property in
the following named eases, to-wit :
William R. Neal bearer, vs. George N.
P"ardue ; John Moore and others.several'ly,
vs. the same, two ~negro slaves by the
name of Nat and Creasy.
Smith & Griggs vs. Darliing D.. Plunk
ett ; B. P. Revenell and otaera.severally,
vs. the s:ame; the following lots of land
within the ton n of Hamharg, known in
the plan of said iown as lots utitber one
hundred and ni :aty nin (199, two hun
dred (200,) two hundijeil an :one (201,)
two hundred and two (202,).twvo hundred
and. three (203,) and two hundred and
four (204,) having fifty feet front, and run
ning back one hundred and ninety six fee,t
bounded on-the North by BJrailaury Street,
South by Snowden Street, East by Til
wan:Street, and West by -Cobb Street.
Jeremiah W. Stokes vs. P. H. Rooney;
one house and lot of land in the town of
Hamburg, S. C., known in the plan of
said town as lot number one hundred and
thirty eight (13S,)on Centre Street, having
fifty feet front, and running back three
hundred feet, occupied by Chaplain Wil.
ams, as a Grocery Store.
Mourning Mathews vs. Daniel Holloway;
a tract of land containing one hundred and
seventy dcres (170.) more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Wilson Kemp. Hiram May
and W. Stevens.
S. F. Goode vs. D. Posey; E. Frank
lin for she use of William Bush vs. the
sanie; the tract of land whereon the De
feudant lives, containing four hundred and
twenty acres, more or less, ndjoiing latds
of Derrick lolsoimbake, H. Posey. and
Peter Smith & Wife vs. M. Galphian
Charles Hall and others severally vs. the
same ; the tract of land whereon the Dc
fendant lives, containing one' thousand
acres, more or less. adjoing' lands of S.
Clark, Richard lankinson and others.
Allen & Snyley and others vs. George
Free ; a tract of land containing one hu
tired and filieen acres, more or less. ad
joining lands of James Adams, C. Lowry
Janes Dorn vs. Bryan Doen; James
M. Richard on andJas. S Guignard.
Executors, and others severally vs. the
same; a tract of land containin; eight
hundred acres, nore or less. atjoiuing
land., -I Bt't:jauniu Stevens, Rub't. Bryau
and n, hers.
Blackman Warrick and others vs. Jo
seph Richardson, a tract of land contain.
ing one hundred and twenty nine acres,
moe or less, adjoining lands of Charles
Powell and Wade Glover.
B. J. Ryan vs J. S Richardson ; a
tract of land centaining eighty acres, more
or less. idjoining lands of Samuel llatn
tnond and others.
John Amaker, bearer. vs. James Briggs;
the tract whereon the D endant lives,
containing-one- bundredLis twedyy-fivo
acres, nore or less, ndjoinin'g lands of J. P.
Mays, James Reynolds and others.
Wyatt Holmes. bearer, vs. Emerson
Bussey; the tract of land whereon the De
fendant lives, containing two hundred acres
more or less, adjoining lands of William
Bussey and others.
James C. Cobb and others, severally,
vs. Elizabeth arter; the tract of lanl
whereon the Defendant lives, containing
one thousand acres, tore or less, adjoining
lands of John Marsh, John WVise atnd oth
J. C. Thornton and others, severally,
vs. William Hamilton and Daniel Ram
pey ; the -tract of' land wheretin the De
rendtat lives, co.taining one haundr-ed and
eighteen acres, more or less, adljoining
lands of C. Weatherington, David Walker
James Broome. and others, severally, vs.
Ilenry Cox ; one negro hoy slave named
J. Quattlebut, T. C.. vs. C." Bridges
th~e tract oh land whaere'on Roht. T. Moosre
nowv lives, containing four hundred acres,
more or less. adjoinitng lands of Miha~el
Long. Ahnurbart Fulmer andl others.
J. Quaaulebom. TI. C., vs. Charlotte
Cobh; a house and lot in the tmwn of
Hamburg, S. C.. kowvn in the plan ttf
said towtt as lot number seventeen (17.)
botunded on the Eatst by Market Stieci. ott
the North by Leavenworth Street, on the
West by Bay Street, South by lot number
righteen (I8,) containing fifty four feet
front, and running hack one huntdred and
J. Qttatlebum, T. C.. andh others. vs.
J. Sturgenegger, the tract tof land wherreon
the D~efetndant htves, adjoining lands of D).
Rotundtree and othmers.
J. Qtaatlebutm, T. C. vs. Martha Fursv;
the tract of land knmown as tie Furs F~erry
tract. ona Savannnh River, containing two
hutndrted acres, moore or less.
bA. R. Able vs. William Wright ; A.
Jtones atnd otlters, severally. vs. the samte ;
the tract of htnd whereon the Defetndatt
live%, containing sixty sevent arres. mtttre
ur less, atdjoinaing lands of Jamnes WVtittle,
James Catmeron ;and others.
Isaac Lv-me & Sotns :mm others, sever.
ally vs. Manry F. Goodwyv ; onte negro
man slave named Sam.
Terms of s:tle, cash.
IH. Ih0ULWAIRE,S. E D.
Augast 11 4 29
LL persons having demands against the
essate~ of David Richarudar-n, are request.
ad to present thtem itnmedately. properly at
tested. and all debtors ofithe estate, nre rbqutired
to make prompt payment, is thme atfairs of thte
estate are about to be closed.
-JAS' M. RICHARtDSON,
JAS. S. GUIGNARtD,
May 1 ~ Jy 1
LA Persons haavitng demands against the
estate oflHentry Carr. der'd., are regtest
ad to presert them legally nttested. and those
indebted are requeasd to m~ake immediate pay
ment. THOS LAKE, AdmintisTrator.
PP'ER4 his professional services to the
cietizens of Edgefield Village. and vicinity I
Dffice. next door, East' of Dr. RI. TI. Mii
raulddnna - April an er -13
State of South Carolina,
E )GEFIELD DISTRtICT..
IN COMM1O.N PLEAS.
L E WIS T. %, lGF'AJL who is no'
in the custody of the Sherifi'of Edge
field District, by virtue of two Writs o
Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suits o
Wmr. J. Situkins, and S. Christie and W
Burt, having fi!cd his petition with t
schedule on oath. of his whole Estate ant
effects. with the purpose of obtaining th
benefits of the Acts of the general As
sembly. commonly called the Insolven
Debtor's Acts. Public Notice is hereh;
given that the Petition of the said Lewi
T. Wigfall will be heard nod cisnsider.
it, the Court of Common Pleas. at Edge
field Court House, on the First Monda;
in October ne.r .or on such oier day a
the Court may order during the time, com
mencing on the first Monday in Oetobe
text, at said place. and all the creditors c
the said Lewis'T. Wigfall are hereby so.tm
moned, personally, or by Attorney, the
and there itt said Court to show cause, i
any they can, why the benefit of the Atct
aforesaid should not be granted to the suit
Lewis T. Wigfall, upon his executing th,
assignment requireJ by the Acts as afore
TIHOS. G. B ACON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, July 8 . 13t 24
State of South Carolina,
E DGEFIELD )ISTRKLCT.
IN THE COMMON PLEIAS.
( IALEB BROADWATElt. and D. Ml
/ l1ltO.1D' A'T'ER. who. have been at
rested and ar now confined within the bound
ft.he Jail of Edgetield District, by virtue ofr
wri of c-spias ad satislitiendumt at the stit n
Goode & Ly un, havmtg filed their petition witi
a schedule on oath. ut their whole estate att
ceects with the purpose of obtaining the bone
fits of the act ot the General Assembly com
monly called the Insolvent Debtor's Acts
Public Notice is hereby given,that the petitimt
>fthesaid Caleb Broadwater and D.M. Broad
water will be heard and comidered in the Cot.r
of Common Pleas for Edgelield District, a
Edgefield Coirt Hoose, on the day o
October next, or on such oaher day as the Cuonr
uay order during the ern, commencig o
the first Monday to October next, at said plaice
and all the creditors of the said Caleb Broad
water and U .1. Broad water, are hereby sium
moned personally, or by attorney, then and
there in said Court, to'show cause, if aty they
can, why the beniefits of the Acts nforesniat
should not he grioted to ther said Caleb Broad
wvter, und U. .\. Broadwater. upon their ex
cutin the assignmenst required by the Acts
THO~s. G BACON, Clerk.
lerk's Ofle, Jun: 22d. .1616.
July 1 13t 23
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robinsons & Caldwell,
vs. B1 ail IWrit.
0 LIVER. SIMPSON who is now in the
custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis
tic. by virtue of the surrender ofhis Bail, at
he suit of Rtobinsons & Caldwell, havitig filed
tis petition, with a schedule on oath, of his
whole estate and effects with the purpose at
>btainingthe benefits of the Acts of tfi' Genet
al Assembly, called the Insolvent Debtor's
acts. Public Notice is herehy given, That the
etition of the said Oliver Simpson, will be
teard and consilered in tle Court of Cotmon
Pleas, for Edgefiell District. at r dgefield Court
lose. on the day of October next, or
n such other day as the Coi t may order,
ntrsug the term. commencing onl the first .loti
lan in October next. at said place. and all the
reditors ofthe said Oliver Simpson nre hereh)
ntinoned, personally. or by attorney, then
nd there in said Court tom shorw cause. if any
ter catn, why the beniefit of the Acts aforesaid,
hold not he gramt ed tot the ni Oliver Simup
oii, upon his execnttinhg tthe assignmeniilt reqluir
d by the Acts aifor.t-nud.
T H 08. G. BA CON, Clcrk.
Clerk's Office. 29thi Jiitte. 1840.
July 1 13t 2:3
State of' Ouith Caroli na,
IN CO0l1AON PL2AS.
]IUGh! 4 N IXON, whm ins beetn arrested
anud is niow cnntinetd withimn the bounids
f the Jail 'if Edgefiehsl Distriest by virtue of
lveral writs oif cipints uti saitisficienditi. at
lit sutits of Bletj. WV. Bettis. Bland & Bumtler.
nd Jolit Bantskett, severally. havingr tiled his
etison. with it sihedule nipsn oath. of hiis
hoe estate and efTects, with the putrpose of
btaiting the benefit of the Acts ofthie Geineral
Isemnbly, commiot'ly catted 'the insm'vent Deb.
r's Acts. Public Notice is hesreby given,
liat the petition oh the said IIlugh A. Nixoni
vill be heard antd cotnsideredl itn the Comurt of
'omn Pleats, for Edsgefield District. at
dgfield Comurt llouse. on thte damy oh
)ctouer next, or on such oithet dlay as the Cottrt
ay order duirintg the termi, commliiencitng on
e first Monday itt October next, at said place.
td till them creditors of the said HI tnch A. Nix
t, are hereby stummtonsedI, persontally, or by
ttorney, theni and there in said Com t, tot show
anse. if any they camn. why the bmeetif thle
lts aiforesntid., ontd not be granreds. to the
aid H-ughI A. Nixon, tupon htis execuntinitg the
stsiinent regnired hv the Acts aforesaid.
TIIOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
~lerk's Office. Junie 22d, ld4tj.
Jttly I g 13t '23
State of South Carolina,
IN COMilON PL2:AS.
4 C. WISE. who l hs en arrested. anid
. is nowvels conined within thn bountds of
hu Jail of Edgefield Di--trict, by virtue of a
rit ofenpi~ias ad satishien~sdums. nt.the slit of
;harles Lamtar, htavitng filesd his petit iont with
schedlute on oath, orbits whole estate anid eh
cs, with the puirposee smhmtaiing the bentefit
if thec Acts of the Genueral Assemibty, commton
called the Iusolventt Debtur's Act... Public
otice is hereby givetn, That the petition of
Ite .-aid A. C. Wiser, wiilline hesird and conusid
red in the Court mmCommnon Pleas, for Edge
old District, at Edgeflisld Conir [louse, Oh thte
day osf October next, or on sucht other
lay as ito Court may ordser dmuring the termo,
ommtencitng Ott thte first aolosday in October
ext, at said place, and all the creditors of thte
aid C. A. Wise, tare hierebmy suunmmd, per.
otnally, or by aittsmtney, thteni andt there, in .said
~ort, tom shtmw cnnse, if' any they cant, whty
e benefit emf the Acts. af'ortsnid, should not lie
:ranted to the sauid A. U. Wise. ntpun his exe
utintg the assignn~tnt required by the Acts
THOS3. 0. BACON, Clerk.
~lerks Office, June 2'Jd, 184G.
Jnly 1 13t 23
H-E Estate of ma-~ris h. Lovetrss, dec'd.
U being D~erchet, thnso indebtesd to said
ceased, are hereby notified to make immite
iate payment. and'thmtse' having demtands to
resent thema duly attested.
YOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
.iu..t - tir 2
'DG FIE A LDEADCM&Y.'
SUPPLaENt'TAL .RULES, ap88d Jul 3 '46 -
'1T.-The Academy bnilding shalt not b b
used fur any other purpose ort %.usimess,
but that of a character entirely Literary,. such
as that for which it was erected; and the Teach- p
f er is unauthorized to open it for any- other
. use or purpose. .
i 2nd.-No one fourteen years old shall bead
mitted into this Institution, as a pupil, before
he has pledged himself to observe the follow
ing regulations, viz:
1st.-No Student of this Institution shall
visit places of dissipation, such as, Billiard
Rooms. 'ren Pin Alleys,Dramshops, and other
K like places of idleness and dissipation.
2d -No Student shall take part in Horse
- racing, Cock fighting, Card pluyingor Gain I
Sbling of any sort.
3r.--No Student shall take part in term
s time, without the permission of the principal,
in any Dramatic exhibitions or performances,
r public or private, as such amusements tend to
engross the attention, and divert the mind fion
the more useful studies for which pupils are
u sent to School.
f The Teacher is required to report the names
s of any one who violates these rules and his i
I plighted word.
''he Principal cakes the liberty to remark,
that the above rules will be strictly enforced,
and that lie has no reason to apprehend that
they will be broken, since the public are to
know whether yauths approaching manhood, f
and esteemed honorable, would violate their '
plighted words and promises, for the paltry
gratificationis here forbidden. If too much is
not anticipated, the Edgefield Academy may I
be still attended with the same safety of the
morals of the pupils as similar institutions in i
- other districts, boasting of their exemption
from Dramshops and other Tlacee of dissila
July29- St 27 A
Saddlerv and Uarness
I take great pleasure in
returniig to my patrons and
friends in general, moy sin
core thanks, for their very t
liberal patronage during the ,
past year. I would also, a
take this pporttnity to in- L
form them, that I shall still t
continue to carry on mny bu..
siness at my old stand, at the first door above
Presley and Bryan's bri.k store; %Whiere may j
be found, at all times, all kinds of HARNESS, i
SADDLES, BRIDLES, and all other articles E
generally kept in such establishments.
1lilitary equipage, made to order in the most
approved style, .: ill also be promptly furnish- C
ed at my shop. n
All persons wishing to buy, I hope will give
me-a call. I shail endeavar to put all my ar
ticles us low, as in justice to myself, I can pous
sibly afford to do. D. ABBEY.
May 13' tf 6.
U. L. JEFFERS..
General Agent and Connmissiol
MYeIuant, Jmnburg, S. O.
" 'TILL offers h' -ervices to his fiiends and
the public, nd he will devote his undivi-.
ded att.ntion to e
SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR. B
liectavmo Aan Fotn7aoisG GooDs.
Buying Goods fur Planters or~ Merchants, or
attend to any businss that may be
committed to his care.
He embraces this opportunity of tendering
his thank rtriend theirliberal a ros-.
age hereto vi bstow d,as'd byFJs aId
close attention to business, lie hopes to anerit, i
and to continue to receive the sne. it sliill be
his aim to inakeall his chargesas light'as pos
sible, knowing that it will be to his interest to a
closely observe the interest of his friends.- c
Liberal advances will he made if required. on
produce sent to him for sale or store. Cotton
sent to-him by Boats, will be received free of
wharfage. All produce sent to him. for side
will be promptly sold on arrival, ifso ordered.
Aug.it t; tf 28
State of' South Catrolina. y
EDGEFilLLD DISTRICT. Ii
.lit t~te Court of Ordinaary.
A nistin Rowe and nt'iers,
Ajppli'ms, r's. M ary* Ron e
. anid sitners, Def'ts. - F
JT apearig tomy satisfaction that r.
JI AnrwJako Rowe, lives hey sind la
the limits of this State, it is stetef'ore or
dlered ihnt lie d.o appuar atid obsject Bo Bhe d~
divisionu or sale~ of the real estate of Wmn. I'
11 Roswe, deceased, on or' bsefore the first I
ialinday' in September next. or- their con- c
sent to the samie will be entered of record. ti
Given under my hand at nmy ollico, 21 c
JOHN hIILL. 0. E. 1). o
Juno 3d, 184G 12w 19 k
Notice. . a
0 Adlministrators, Executors anid Gnar
dianis. who have not made any returns hi
of their trnssactionts as such, for the enriet i
year. are respectfully reqim-sted to attend to n
IthIis duty w ithuout further delay, as ilhe time
presciihed by law has already expired. It is u
desirable tha;t those who are instrusted with a
suBch business should attenid to it in the proper a"
timle, to prevetnt the payment of cost, a forfei- ft
ture of thiir Commnissions. amid a great deal of thi
irreguslarity in btusines.ss. hi
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D. al
Jtuly 13 tf 25 P~
$20 Reward !
ANA.WAtY frolm the subscriber. nbout I
the 10th of Jasnuary. a Negro Wotman. y
by ne of NICY, o~f dark comsplexion, about sc
38 years of age ;she is snpposedh to be asbotut th
Charles Glover's plantation. where she haq n,
hbeen seenB. The ab'ove rewardI will be paid to ti,
any person who w'ill -leliver her to me at Edge- I
field Court House. til
S. F. GOODE. er
Edgefield C. II., A pril 29 if 14 S
Stare of South CJarolinia,
IN EQITIlY.-JULY SITTlINGS.
OIIDElIED. that an Extra Court ol Equity
for the Distuict afoiesaid, be held on the
last Mondsy in August, (being the 31st day of
said monsth.) to ensntinsue in session, tuntil the li
tnufinished business now oni the Dochet shall Mt
have been disposed of.C
DENJ. F. DUNKIN. di
July 3, 1846. fo
.tnly 8 * t 24 pi
A LL Persons haiving demands against
the Estate of Wmn. Brunson, de- te
ceased, are requested to render them in.
according to law. Those indlebted to said of
Estato are requested to make immediate.
D. BRUNSON, Ezecutor.
A pril 22 if 13
Dlrs. IYims & Addison,';
AVING associatedl themselves in the G
L .Practice of Medicine and Surmge at
ry, offer Bheir professional services to the cit
izens of Edge-field anid vicinity. 8
Offices, first two doors next to .Compty's
Hotel. EDW'D; J. NJTIS, .1
JOS. A. ADDISON. *I
r~isbiz-to i-rja& jadY *4
he' foiawig'cos - ; '~
Epsom' mid" Glaubi~fS r *
remorTiar Ojimu"1i' a p 2 1
'Quinine:;P.rejtarmntoa '$! -tp
iweer il, .Sarsaparzfl. Ru
ifthe same, Capaavua'Chlo
ampfior, Nitre;:'Ad oia iv "
ny o ter article llh~aiiy
" A 'ENa';:
,enuine.-"Sol! is. chep as
ny Drag.Store, an this: or a
btained directly -'frW a..Dr. iy
is only Agen~t it, Au sa< '
Bull's Sarsaparihla...Sardj:$' 'j " 8ai A~
Carpenter's Do. Phl ka*~
(Ita Ctb Trrant's Do., Mledie~ikn.",
Thaapian's Fever and - ~i~
a's Vegitible .Aazi-dyapeptje.
'ever and, Ague Pillsi, Spencr' qj~a '.p
iozeilgel, Petwi's Pzll' sCCBltp'; a n
out Tooth .Drops.'fimai' ansoks emf , h
sines, Rowamnd's Tonic Mixt urq. "'Z ,t
boda Powders. Siaiti's Panzacea, orhagin':
lalsam, Hay's Lin nieait, fttir
lent, a sure cute-for : ealfh'i::~
hccousti6' Oil. for defetn~ilrn~
'atelit Medicines in comliIofl s.
PAINTS AND OILs'' r " .:- .
White Lend, of all' kinids, edd erl
ris, Spanish Brown, V~rieii'Rd~idykm
Irown, Turkey lumbe ?rfIj ro~r. 1
erouine Yel'uw, Vermaillon,, tlo ;,~a
vory Black,-'Terra Sienna, Dp )ke P .
-fit Black, Larnp'Black, Ydflow'Vchl ~ii~
rge, Russian' Blue,''d Fuiternn e r y'il~j,
rarnisa of all kinds, .Lmiased? t jj
,snip Oil, beat's Foot 01ad .r;1 to 'E .
al Oils. DY : STF,. ' h'
'Spaisih Float; Indigo; Ainntte 3dr'
logwool. 'Camwood,, Brazil : Wxod,,uth,
ed Saiunders, Tamneric,- Coperas, Aj*
Ilucatune, and all other Dye .Se ffs-: .:.
Black Pepper, Allbpice;'Mlace, ,piap~lrnop,
loves, Ginger, Race 'and' Plvt*fficd Dtut
- flISCEI.LAN'ECOlS ;?:,"e
Window Glass, from" tl x .j) rp t9O o
'urtv 'Vhiting. Spermi Candles,Uaiiiire'Wili
~astile Soal, Chsik; Cot ltti h a,~'Fr ~
ced, Wafers, Too:lh BruslalueGoi.ldty -
ilver Leal1t Syringesof R11- ki
ak, Black aid a~d 'InkT Po d; LenJ
yrtip, Musitard, Pink Saiutcs,', pra;} 'iro'r
*e Mtatches, Pu mnuje .Si I;nJ lea ne,.:i
gal Eratue,.Pozatsi, Sult -Petre,. ri ~as>
ponge, Starch, 'PaintuaBr~tli WaLev fyi
rnts,.o leng the Ditidi,"t
nd' Shoe -Bruahes,-'Idit4Bishues yshavingv
oxes, shiaving, Soaip,1ctJ' p-fll kinds, Wtasbing
oaps. Toilet Soapis. Rose, of vaitus. bkinds;.
varety af~i4e'oti'cre Cf.Tuaco.: Also, "
to.........o fr soki g ar elewing~ ' a'
oaclt Bane, Sash :'ools, ;Cpae l' I! r~nud
able 1lair-Peiicifl't:' '.
All the above"'articieb Sre -t rrarne~.*d','
id suld on terms tom..pleaae. -purchasers- for"
!sit, oron apjproved Credit.
I1. D. TIBBETFS.
Edgefield C: H.. M!arch 11 tf' 7 "
Gcntlrmen-Fecliiig deeply gunilful-for tbd
iraurdinarv (lire perlirtue "nno rae 'k.: