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unfi! after the death offits-autltor. Article the
rceud.entitled "The Preacher,"evinceslearn
ing,.and welldecribes the high cailing and
tie cssential qui6centions of a Mlinister of the
Gospel. The fon'rth.article gives atiinteresting
sketch of the several States and 'he condition
of society in mnodern Itaily. The fifth article is
a prilosophical- essay upon "The Study of
Ilistory," and is a good revien of the able
"introductory lecture on modern history." by
Dr. Thomas Arnold. It utlords tuch inrstrur.
tiont, not only to the general reader, but to the
diligent student ofisktory. Article sixth. enti
tied, 'The condition of woman," is a review
of a work called "Wontan in the nineteenth
century, by S. Margaret Fuller "a lady distin
guisied for her learning and her talent. The
r. viewer is so ungallant a knight, as to tilt a
h.nce with Miss Fuller, in the subject of the
rights and duties of the Iair'ex. To use the
language of-the reviewer, "M1Iiss Fuller i: con
tending for wlnt she supposes are the rights of
her se, stops short of no claia :which woman
may make, to periect equality with men, in
every thing whicli tat now does.',
" This cannot he. We cannot give her
the artor and the jnmyelin-" She may be
worshipped as a dcit), but it must not ,e as a
Pallas. If she is to possess power. (and who
shall gainsay her claim to the possestonl?) it
must be the power of her weaki ess. tier
whole history. her physical and moral conform
ations. go to show that she c'in have no part in
the strength, the r:ndeness. the impeneti a bihty
that gives mnati his dominiation. LInlowed. like
the partner of he.r race. with an imot'rtal mind,
an emanation of that holy original whence she
sprang, she yet differs froin man in that Leen
liar organiz:tion and its efier'ts, whieh shi
owes to the imotable will of her Creator.
Imaginative and sntceptihle, weak. timid and
dependent. she looks tp to and leans upon
man, as the being who is to cherish, to suippoi m
and tio defend :er, and unlike the nngrateit
ioistletie which rubs the oak to wh:ch it cling,
ofnonrishment and life. she adds, hov the caion
of her protector, and by the sweet innltoice of*!
her virtnes, leads hint to better deeds and par
"' Wonan thus tinid.gentle and dependent.
must yield to man the rough and rigged paths
c f life. She was not inale for tiumltiois a"
semblies, for t!-e chicanery ofI politics. the tnt
hrulenace of public a'lice. or the hold and fine
Lions declamation of the legislative hall. It is
among the Lares and Penates of her horne. thet
domestic hearth antId the hotsehold duties. th:t
the claimns our esteem and winrs cur love.
Should she wailder firom this, her ap1pointed
path. she may, like some fiery and erratii zo
met, becune the Nine days woid: r of the
world, hat it is only when revolving in her
proper orbit as the obedient dangiter. the af
tectionate mother, or the faiiliflI wife. that she
sheds around, the mihl utre of a planet which
pleases by its regularity, awhile it charms by
This N well expressed. and ineets our hear
ty approbation We believe that the great
majority of the ladies themselves must coincide
with the reviewer ins opinion about the proper
sphere, in which the gentle sex should ever
move. Article the seventh is entitled "11r.
- Clay nd the American System." This is an
able defence of Free:Trade. and is a severe
critique upon the doctrines of Mr. Clay. Ar
ticle eighth is upon '' The Nebular Ilvpothe
sis." Article the ninth contains a number of
critical. notices. Upon the whole, tiur nnb'erI
before Lis. will sustain the high ri putation of!
the ' Sountlerpr Quarterly Review.,
For the :dccrlier.r.
mSr. Erwron.-Belicving. that there wiil lie
e':neiderale anxiety iii the publie imind, reta
ive to tie circmst:ices immei.,di;ttely in cart
tiocinr with tire tiinimely de(atht of 31r. Wil
liam Lundy, I hitrn ra'erhid,-d to give in britf
bu.t correct t temen?. t the who., . r le:ir. O m.n
Thr-:diay mo~rnitig the 7yth rnit..-Wm'i'c. L timly.
came ti ury hoiurse iii a viic. I wa' aheeni,
anrd they e.masectcrntly coacehiJd tri go toa tihe
creek. arnd aror:- themiti,-lvec awhii'a fishrig
AbrIourt 1:3 o'clock ther trenetrd to the hn'tse,
muhfun hit netr :n-it TI'ev reatinedi with
cie until aller dmnirer, ray until :1 o'clock. We
then n tially aigreed'i to go rdoannc :cad spemri
the night at Mir. Lindy's. amid the day Iollow
ingt to enigage iiiirn a -I hiuntt. Shrort ly :er
wve ]reft myi' him~rsi Iar .Ir. Lnt.eiy's. artd whenari
w'.ithini abouu or 10)0 va:rhis of 31lr. Joarh aiins
forI's, ituir attenrion wvas attraerl by somie
bni-rd-i thying aupr. . Wrc stepped andi speni
proh-rbly, siOme 15 orr 20t riintttes, the dt'eceeil
-hrootitig soenre two. or threre ties at thiemt.
1)rurig thli thrie. .l. Itarinstrd canl'ed to us froam
hris niindiew. inrviing irs toe cro' int arid sit
aiwhile, to wvhichi we all rgreedi. We liad
scamrce'lv aisen iturii ;e:t. ihni a srnmmieens ihr
miyself or Dr. Mlabry. ;crrne~d to :ttnd ai pa
tient saomie distance ot'. DJr. Mlabry set aut
rmmediaitely to arttenid the case, accomanjei ed
by mtyselfI as far 'aek ir< rmy hocuse, lehiaving
Roper anrd udeca~ewd at 3Mr. lfirinsordl's, tuntil I
might retrni arltir which wae weare to piroceedh
.to .r Lundy's. I w abhsentu ubout 20 orr~
crites, threni rode itp tin thre giae arid cailled to
Roger and decearsed, to ride. Joh1 n Irir
s-puke. ninl said that lie had just setnt to thre
spring lhr a tbucket of coiol emater. anid that I
had, better call amnd' get soe. I dismaiountedI
arid'walked tup arnd sait downo on tire toap stepi
oif the porticot ier abeuit 4 or 3 inurtes deceased
-,acame with. hisgun in i hand, f'or wve rid three
wetre aburt leravinrg. aind ,.toodp ali thia step by
rme wiith thre bitch ohf Iris grin. res'iing i think
on the samrie step,tire tntzzle' up~wamds. I)per,
about this timite aroer f'rorr Iis sent. arnd starnted
ontt 'at thre doior. and abhorut tire tim: hre wars pars
sinig between d'ca'ased anrd miyself, ae' of tire
barrels was dischacrge'd. Tire i'cntentrs poiseda
ire at thec left temple. teairinig eeote hrf eel iris
heaid. Whilst lie was thnig rif, crnd ini front
of thre stleps, thea secontd bairrel was d isric ad,
hodgin its comernts ini tire erth, with in a very
fewiche of' wihere thte ncnl'oilrtuate youngt~
mian wais lying; tthe catuse of' both e'xploisions
being riukntowi to any prese'nt. Theare were
fouar aif ir. present: when the arccidemr ihaopenled,
.antd I rim sartisfied, that one ycard square would
have intclutded the whaile of' us. I hatve thtus
briefly given y'oui a true and' correct history oh'
.al1 the circutmstarnces in cnnexionr with tIsde-'
plorauble occutrrernce. hropintg theireby. tie disa
L tse' the public rinrd at uonc, sehtaoutldc tan thig
go. or have gone abriead, nitrueri, ini cortnexion
wvith this i'ital accident
J~thES A. DEVORE.
South arolina U. S. Senalor.-Coh:
P. 1H. Elmrore istiominated int thre Mer.
cury' of this moi-ning as Senator fromt tis
State to the Serrate of' the United St ates.
in tine place ofh Hi fn. Geo. McDufllo,
wiho is said to ta ve resigned. The choice
of Col. Elmiore would give general satis
Publie Intier to Ml'r. Dallas.-Thec
Vice Presideut, being ion' tat th' e Faquira'r
Springs, has accepted att invitation ex
tended to himi by Iris puliticmal friends, to
partake ofua public dinner, to be given at
Mafrentont Va,, ott Thursday, the 27th
. oith Carolina.--The \Vhigshavc sue
ceeded in electing a majority of both
branches of the -Legislature-4 in the
Senate, and 16 in the Commons. Gov.
Graham has been re elected by a majority
of about 6000 votes.
Illinois. -The election in this State ha
resulted in favor of the democrats. who
have a large majority it the Legislature.
The Congressional delegation consists of
d democrats and I whir.
Arkansas.-The dentocrtts have elected
a majority of the Legislature ; and havr
also elected Col. It. W. Johnson to Cou
gress, without opposition.
.ilissouri.-In this State the democrats
have elected the e:ttire delegation to Con
Kentucky Ilection.-Fuli returns of the
metnbcrs elcet to the General Assembly
of Kentucky shi the follow ing result:
In the Senate 2G Whigs and 12 Demo
crats; in the Ittse (f Representtives
53 Whigs and 37 Ienmcrats; being no
iucrease over the Vhig majority of last
Sear of eight.
Col. Fanning. of the U. S. Army, died
very suddenly at Cincinnati on the ISth
inst. The Commercial says Col. Fanning
has been in twenty six battles. wherein he
distinguished himself for soldierlike qua li
ties. fie has been at the lietirie llotise
For three months past. Vhen tile girag
eouoded for dinner the Citl. was sit tin; be
fore the d:or, as well as ustta:. lie then
went iuto his room, and was taken with
tin ap pletic fit. and bfore tmedical aid
cool.! arrive he was dead.
Secretaryf Bancroft.-The Vashingion
correspondent of the N. Y. Herald, states
*on tie most crediblo source," that it is
no loner doubtful that M1r. Bancroft will
retire from the Navy Department on the
a -t October. clsuing.
Coe. Dorr.-Cov. Dorr. it is stated, is
lyi dangerously ill at the resideue ol
lIon. Ilenry 1 allon. tt Cutberlantd, about
lifteen miles front Providence.
The latdcpend'nt 'reasury -Tle new
Treia-ury law went into operation in the
l'reasury department on Friday last. A
deiposito in gold and silver to the atonto
of some $3,000 was made.hy Mr. Burke,
t'e Co:nnissioner of 'ateats. tund some
$l5.000 of treasury notes by Maj Nourse,
actng register. An emission of about
$200,000 in totes of $50) and $100. niii
be made as rapidly as the ollicers cau
sign their names.
The new Constitution which wais stil
tnitted to the vote of the people of Mis.
souri, has been rejected by a decisive ma
Fate of a Cliurnia L.rpedition.-1 t is
feared that Cnp. Leavitt, and his friends,
eleven in number, who started to Califor
nia last April, have been murdered. A
party of hotile Camanches have been
seen in possession of their gtuns and other
amts and th~e traders of Little River,.iu
A.he Seminole conury, believe them .t be
It is-mntiioned as a remarkable coinci
detce, that one vote curried the tariff of
1821: one vote the tarif'of 82 8: one voto
in each house carried the tatitr uf I42;
and by ote vown in the Senate the tarif of
1b51 becate alaw.
E,, rllrinal i rssachusls.-Tiie B .s
tonl lTraveller. oft the t'5th intat.. stales that
on that tmnonin a littIe befoire 5 o'clock an
eart hqua;ke of very 'onsiderale. violene
Iioo t ~were s saken, wittdo~ws an.1f do;,r
ratttledl, bells were rung,. andi the shnnhtter
in" w~ere waked tup. 'lThe vibiratitis dlo
ntot appea r 1t) hatve bieen preeedt or at
syr & atopamesi~ earilhquaikes, liu t:h
erlie h t odce by'i the suddnt and
violentt tmotions of a persotn in ait adujotit
ing room,. or ini t he chabe; ttr overhtead.
S'ime persons thu nitht they felt two or
three suces'ive shlor'ks, but the Editor ol
the TPraivellert thtinks there wais htt one.
The shick was felt at Camibridlge. Newa
o.L ynn. Ntahantt. Salem. Beverly, WVest
horo' tand WVorcester. Thte mttogeaic tn
lietsity at the Otbsirva tory at Cambnlridgew,
was greatly disturhed by the shock. 'lThe
vibtra ions appearted to he in a dliremriont
ntorthi ande sooth, and to have conitiiuedl for
a second otr twoi
It is cexceedlintgy oorbale that this t.
but lie sl ighai con~tSegIenice oh e severe
eathquaike thatt htas occutrred in Suth A
mterica, the aiccorats of whicht we ma ;y he
gia sont to look for.
FOCR Co~ttlismo'~:as~o aTHEu PItt.
IIE.\aV HI. 1111.1,,
JIll N C. ALilN.
The friends of Capt. RtCitano Wai
atintonntee himi ai a cantdidate for the IHouise
of Rlepresema ttives at the ensnaing cet'erriln
August le to otJ
3'1The trientds ithJ~Ut.Lt 13ANKS, tan.
ntounte himt as a Catid iate for ithe Oflice of
Oirdinary t the etnsuitg.election.
1.1PO1t.TANT FOR THET FIrENDS OF'
The PEnsIatas-r T1'tranauxe. Doctt.s-r5.
Puablishedi by direction ol the State Temnpetr
antet~ deiety, antd tunder the Suiper visiotn of a
Committee tappointed by thtat body.
T1his is a vahlable and inte.restintg publica'
tiion, aitd should be in the hands of everv TenIi
Fur sale by E. PE&NN,
Agenmt for the I'uldlislhcrs,
anagust 10 tf 30
Campn Meeting--A Camp Meeting
lor the f-.dgeetl Circitt wtll be lieklit ~Iont
Vernon Catip Grotintd, to c'oiiinonc~e on W~ed
ntesday) the 9th of Sepitmber.
Tihe Quairterly Confeacence will be held on
'1The Board of Mantagers of the Missionuary
Society of the Eidgeflid Circuit, will meet on
Friday, atd a Mlissioniary Sermon will be
preached on Saturday.
-The Preachers and people of this District.
and also of thei adjacent Districts, are respect
fully invited to attendm.
E. PENN, Recc. Steto'd.
august 19h ef 3(
EDGE'I PELD ACADEMY.
Mo.THLY ItEPORT oF SCHOLARSHIP
Points. lusing3. Abscnces.
James Bacon, 91 2 2
Samuel dlays. 77 5 3
John Richardson, 74 3 1
Charles Claires. 73 ' (
Joseph Glove, 71 a 11
L. .Yuungblood. 71 2
John Bacon, 69 4 2
E. Clark Simkins. 55 5
Robert Burt, 51 4 2
J. W. Lipseomb. 49 2
James Sandford, 47 7 0
Randall Bland, 47 4 0
Richard Grillin. 45 9 O
Angn<. Tompkius, 43 7 1
J. If. Bfrooks. 4. 7 1
John Lip-eomb. 34 9 :
Milledge Wever, 13
A. Mii.AtkAibon. 19s
ENGLISH )EPAPTI ET.
Roper D4risoe, 64 2 3
Robiert 11. Mints, Si) 1
Albert Paul, 49 1; I
Waurren Glover. 413 4 1
A. W. To n.ey, 4: 9
Rdpard Dlover, as 11 0
Robe'rt La r. 27 M i,
Er. Xiiittglioorl, ;?1 1
Joules [gaol. 1' S .1
Augmustus~ Dowvd. 17 t: 4
Albert Lon. t 4
G1or e 1 arid, 1:3 S 9
Etasrin' .ints, 11 S 10
N. 13 'Iiaiee other p opil ari't record.-dl
Parent will ploves oberve the number of
H.Ser' 51 Tovey, .-tchlre nnes h
wvrutt.mI excuseIi'm- l sril'nee, wvill Ilercaiftmr lie
Iiresilrv eii for the exa luolatino of1 Ipa2ts ando
W. K. McCLINTOCK.
AE. us 31-t. ISIG. It Y3h2
Jayme s Lisa Tonic -We have
hmcrmtuihe inti~iliereil ourselves abollg those
Iwho believedl that t he I Llair 'L'o,,ic" prerparedl
byv Dr. Jayiie. wa-s one of1 the m~ihy qua~ck
nostrtmo whuimn virtors an' never sen beyond
he l tl chmiie palT of their atlui. We are
wvilhi ti. at 1. rtgti. to ma~kei pl)ic ackttuwled"-.
atnti of the error ef' our belief'. Au S oh mate
fr'ienid. somle two or three mioths since, all the
top of' whose craniumll waIs as bald ais a piece
1 olpojlihri mat hie, in nre all oilr Jest ing and
rilzcaale ofthe idea of attemt oiing to crultiratc
so barren a spot pnrchimaed a bottle or two of
the hlair I'onic fion Dr. Jivoc,, aunJ. according
to his hirections, applied it. 1) m~ing ti p~resent
week the saute friendr ushered himuselhf tifo our
p~reseince, and( unacovering his hitherto naked
liid .astoi ishied its wi h a t him,.tlimomgh Iluxuiriant
growtlh of hlair. From 1 to itncies inl luth
111(11 the vety. ,em iss wve had believed as
unyim~lmling to culuivatiro, as the rr-ckl,-sr .and
that skirts the Atla ntc. Th is is no)21 pull bat is
rehigiriisly true. aid to those. who doubt, the
gemtlm'uunii can be pointied oa2t. Whatz is mnare
in 1tvor of this "Tolnic:," tlii' casc here c ir'd
was riot one oft teimporary bihuIOess-t)o sudden
losis of the hair-but wits one oil years standing
thoug he g. entlieomau is butt forty-five yeriirs of
nge.-ldadclpluii-Spirit of tite Tinges.
It. S R(JJEITS. sole get, at E gitild
C. If., South Carolina.
E'Drrn't of (Thurdcrfetts.
Sseptlut4r 22 3t
:19SS[ >t 1tY S
'Tile iro'li'rsigie liiviii., been nissigiteul by
the 1 issiomany BOARD to labor in D~ivision
No.)i, of :tr E~dgetield As- cu'iiiiu, will attei~d
lit thte iita:est tmd ait the tillicS stated bielow:
fieuhlah. on '%atitml~y beliirt the I t Lorul's Day
''e jleniq~ will ciitmnnin ri -, ,veni d 13.5
47 1 7''1l
43 U. 4 1UU S)N.
ti n i th -
1kpt~ .s(iit 1~ tiIhri 1 0iiaN,
.1 wll27 zvn 5emu ateda h
I iie (11 ~li~ l trid 1diu
N.us~i G. Cov. ri4 5ai ~ybfr te1
ritin excueir absn ce ilt ereatrb
AI. . lcCLINTOCK
Anuers:31st.SVIG. 1 t11 32i'Ter'
w hoii beene atp ted ''llar n iirepare
by. D. Jaylie . w-id n of ithe~l lnufny t qudc
nost(.rlus hohe ies aedvr bevond
the alsomei5 pil' oft~a thefre atheors We late
will. ampitmlerh.ouk ubi cnwe
mentiof theierror ofl ouribeief. A inteimdate
iend somlltales reodor tr oml ine-e alh
th o woseran~ium was asin bee d as a piece r
of po i lise mar beit manere at~lt Wll our je ni jn
rt iiues te ine fattedptinglo cut1 t
th liir Creic fon th. Jane.td accrdingil
pridece andl cttin oeerin his eahrthoe
pthe ver trnisrIw'a beieeda
I syieldig~iei tohcubijlration vilacl es iand
th kte heAtlatir. hi its nrox puffr. to
1 ri ginlve n to t hoswi ci ei the doubhisihe
was nt one~ of21 Taeprar ld~essno seoni
Ioso the air-bnio lii ors onesi' ower ndin
age-Piaeir -piu j'heTmes.
r1fi. E ROiBERTssil. ol Ient appe Edgtfil
C. i. ou mg 1thLimi nu .C . 'l
eioare o ntLegirirf odts.toteh
sagembier 2 *lt 'J2
The2a Endrigneiivin g been h il asq.irmd b
No.ry ohG~ Edge.ild Ashat eowll at g'td
aCt te p-esanda te tsstated birelow: arh
wnah. on zicmatritbeorth nistLds. witayn
Tetlefro ngdate. Puchnant ivhrb e ied y
tr cicumsittnes rier nw aprovehsrit
A.1 . ADI WN AdTinisrtr
Jue. 16 .t 3
theR BYit f1.>0 orann alf lesthe Egieldr
arlitF .\ ot i en lby rm tiion Arto.
Jackwo, byr Five Dollrms~, datten a'th ohe
Annnst and5 paes tte will w :11 a ad oeul
'omele byve hnivt aybfreteh
Leteor * 3tmSepemer
arcusancemrs shal y ed.r slitnprotper. ui
~Yp on Easers AppI18,to
A. . O R.
Damaens onSatrda beorth 1/cPst Oubbath
Jdy 11f 23
So MUCH AS R.LATE 59'O EDGEFri.LD, l):
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATITES,
i"Deeemnher 15. 1845.
T HE Commitee can Privil-ges and Elec.
tions, to whom were referred r'sundry
Petitions, praying- the establishment of new
places of - Elections, and the appointment of
Managers for the next General Election, have
had the same, under gonideration, arid beg
leave to submnii the following Reiort- and re
commend the ad:ption of the following Reso
Resolved. Thaiithe Elections to le holden
on the secon fiinliay in October next, and
the day follow'ifor Members of C..neress,
State Senators, alnd Mentbers of the House of
Representatives, ehall ie held at the following
places and conducted by the followine persons:
At the Comt Ilotse-J. H. Miis, C. A.
Addison andM 1'rnzer.
Longmire's-Jisper 1. Yeldell, J. P. Perrin
and J. Anderson.
Ridge-S. Watson, L. Holmes and E. V
Collier's-C. G. Garrett, William Prescott
and William G. Haminond.
Cherokee Ponds-S . Gardner. Joe! Cni
ry aid ) Shaw.
Pine llouse--G. W ones, Ben. Hatcher
and A. Miles.
Tow le'--OliVer Towles, William May and
S.' Chappel. "ll y
a untn's-Alum A aniel, Wiley Griffin
and J. F hurns.' '
Shepherd's-l.. Lagrc.on. E. Bledsoe and
Sriley's-T. Nicholn, Jr., Wright Adams
ar d D. Strother.
Hamburg-George Parrot. M R Smith and
Robert Anderson. -
Mt. Willing-Arthur Simkins, Levi R. Wil.
son and Man chesterPl'ad,et.
ltichardsoits-John Seiitell, S. Atrawiiy and
('olemnan's-J. 1.-.Maynard, 11. Boulware
and C. Yar.orough.
Park's-IR. lardy, Aicus Tucker and Wm.
Perry's-George .Hiewet, J. Wise and D
Aloore's-Willfrlnil. Andrew, Jr., F G.
Mariin and Villiam Rosa.
Siitterfield-J. I'. Hlarrison, John Rodgers
and S. S. Shadreck.
Allen's-A. P. Kennard, A. Turner and S.
Powell's-S. Wise, J ames Powell and John
Long's-Ker'Dewalt, r. D. Douknight and
P. Holley. -
Nails'-G. V. Miller, Henry Nail and lien.
ry Cox. .
Doru's-J. F. MAay, Jomsu Dorn and A. Mav.
Itandall's--Colin Rhodes, V. N. Sweareii
gin and A. Hatcher.
Boulware's-John Lou, J. Coaslioi, and J.
Red lhill-L. Collins, J. D. Holmes andE.
Rochell's-J. Blackwell, Sterling Freeman
and W. C Roberton
Crepps'-R. Gregory J. Crepps and A
Ethe -idge's-J. Rhinehart; J. Etheridge and
The Election to' be held two days. at each
place. The Managers to neet at the C. Hose
on Wednesday. c nnt the votes and declare
the election. .
One Member of Cpngress. six Representa
lives and one Senator to ie elected.
' 'd. Pillis to i opened at 2 o'clock, A. I:
and closed at 4 o'clock P. 11. with cbnvenient
intervals. The box> ves d or hag, to be sealed
np when the b.lls ire :.o4sed, and not to be
opened, except ti receive roto on the secomnd
day. tiud to conunt tile vol s at the regrilir litne
. lescolved, Th at theat n::mgerr of l:!cetion
prior to their pincee'ling the Ela:ti.:s, do
take the foillowig n-ith, or aftlirnm:iiior. betire
soime Mni.--rate. or one of the Managers of
Electioni. to wit:
-Thaut they wil faith':ily andi impartially
condidet arnd aitl to ithe freg'in;: 1:eiins
agrerenbily-to the Cm'iritatlion of the diate oh
Sonth Cai eo na, anad the. hwv thiereof.''
:3. ;:esed, Ti it ini fitia no piersoti gafl
itied to vole taur eachb branieh'ol lie Legislature,
shall he peirmiittedi 1 to o ini pore thani one
Elecrtiion District isr 'siih, rmns the Maniiagers
o. Elections thiroiugh~ont this State, tire hierebuy
required aind direc ted. iey think proper (iir
on the appliait ion of any elector presentl) to
ail minister to any person orr personrs iulfeing to
voto, the follow-ne oath:
I. A. D do salh'mnly iwear (or a-flirim, a~e
the case may be) that I hii e iio-l at t is enai
ralI Elecritin for members of the Legislatlure,
votedI in this, or anry 01lb. r Ditrict sir lPtrishr.
Iand that I aii con-stitiiuto.ally reptahliied to vole
--so help mec God. And if any persont or per
sonis required :ia aforesauid, to take such oaith or
allirimation. shall refiuse Ur do sro, then the Alan
a12ers, in their respecti'.e FAectin Djistricus
or P'arishes, shall be, anid lhey ire liereby re
quiredl anud einjoinsed to refuse such vote' or
votes. and ini case the Managers shall reinse
io requiire the nut: a- rfores'airl, whli. demuand
ed. Ihey shall he lible io ll the pai antd pen
alties they would he li.1' te and stutbject in for
ineglecting any oilier diutiea regnired by themi
as ilMnagers of Electionts. for either bramnch or
4. Resolved. Thalit the-Act.altering the fourith
section of the Cositituioni of the State of d.
Carolina. lie Ieire'with publishecd~to wvit: "every
free white main of tiiliagmi ofltwenrty.ne yeaurs.
(panspers, andh nt-ni-conitmissionied aeilieers anid
ptrivates of the Ariiy of 1.he United 8tates ex
cpe)biga citiian of thise Stato, anid hav
mgeided beein two 3 ears pirevious to the
day of election, aind who has a freehiold of filty
acres-of laund, urn i own lot, .of which he has
been legally seizedl atnd posseissedl at least six
months bief~.re such election or, niot having such
freehnld or town lot, haih heen a resident ini
thre Felt tioni District ii w'hich lie offers to give
his vole. before the mafectioni six mionthis, shall
have a right to vote for a membier or members
to serve in either branch ofthe~ Legislature. for
the Electioni Distr'ict in which he holds prope'r
ty or residence.
5. Resolud, That the two years ,residence
required by the Constitutioui in a voter,.are
tile iwo years irnmiedin.tely previons to the
electioni and the six moinths residenice in the
Election District, are the six tuonth immediate
ly previous to the ejection ;but if any personi
has luis home ini thd State, lie does not lose the
right of residence by temporary absence, with
(lie initenition of leturning ;but ii one has, his
hio~ne and family ini anotir State,the presence
of such person. although continued for two
years in the Statet gives n0 right to vote.
september 2 - t 3
T 00TH ACHE CUJRED.
Mr. Jossra RAnVD, Nd. 370 Market
Dear Sr:-After hat ing. suffered nmany
days and niighits. wvith aih excauciatuig tooth
ichie, anid tried "very otheriremedy without
relier; I was ioducedjtoty the uetyect of your
MA'GXC LOTION, abidutiiny titter astonish
aicnt, I was completely4:ared in five intutes.
Yours. BARTLE 8IJEE.
Phi ladelphial, Feb. 25th, 1846.
Sold by Rt. S. IROBERTS, Agent, Edgefield
C. H. South Carolind,
vem~eber2 . N.
Edgetield Beat Co.
ATT 1ENTI ON !
APPEAR at the usual Muster
AGround. on Saturday. the 1 h of
September, at 11 o'clock, A. l., for
Drill and Inspection, armed and e
qnipped as the law directs.
By order of
Capt. Lewis COvAR,
september 2 2t , 32
HORN'S CREEK BEAT COlPANY,
a T TENTJON! !
A PPEA R at your usual Muster Ground on
Saturday the 12th. of September, at 11
o'clock. A M.. for drill and inspection, pro
perly armed and equipped as the law directs.
By order of Capt. Consens - -
t. B. 1AYS, (). S.
september 2 2: 32
TImby's Palent Unton
HIS Wheel is:adapted to SA Wt" MILLS,
GIS 1 IllLS or other Machinery,re
quiring water power, and to all heads ofwater.
It will move Machinery with more power and
with a less quantity of water than any' wheel
now in use, (except an overshot under an ex
treme high hand.) It has been thoroughly
tested with dillerent wheels an many parts of
the United St-ttes, (several eises in this State,)
and in all case- has proved superior.
The Suhsceiber is prepared, at any time, to
test at still lnrther, with any whefel in this Site.
It is niot liable to be clagged or injured by sticks
passing through, or impeded by backwater, so
loae s there is a head above it. It is made of
Cast Iron, is very simple and durable.
T ishub criler being authorize - tosell Rights
of te taid1 Wheel in Edgelield District, is pre'
pared m sell to suit pnrchajers, on terms that
cannot Iil to give satshactina and if required
will apply them to Mills.
Letters addrmedsei, post paid, to the snbseri'
be;. at Edgefield Conrt House, promptly at
tended to. I. N. PIPER.
This may certify, that I have recently had
pnt in operation o~ my place, one of'Tinmby'
Patent Uni-an Water .Wheels. upon a very
snall stream. and ani very well satisfied withl
the periarmance of the s:a e. Discharging
about 1111 im:hes of water, it cut durin one
day's imperfect trial shout two thousand feet.
I have no hesitation in recommending it as a
highly usetil invention.
V, L. LEWIS.
St. Matthews Parish. June 17, 1546.
This will eertity, that I have tried flotch
kiss' Patent Re-action Water Whe6Is, ari'd
Timby's Pateat Union Water Wheels, and
that I greatly prefer the latter. having abandon'
ed the former after ia six months trial of.them.
I have now the Union Water Wheels applied
to my Grist and Saw Mills, which operate to
my entire satisiaction.
VlUJAM J. 'AYLOR.
Kersahaw District. July, 18.16.
'This is to certify, ri'at after having used a
Flutter Vheael for a long tinie. ira Saw Mill,
I tried a wheel called llotchki,s' Patent Verti'
cil leaction. and have since had a pair of the
UNION V IEELS aipplied, by Mr. Chapin,
and found them iar superior to either of the
florier. ALEX. R. TAYLOR.
Columbia, May 7, 1946.
The Subscribers have tried what was called
Hlotchkiss' Reaction Wheels. on the Columbia
Canal, siles whriual they have substituted Tim'
by's UNION WIHELLS. and find from expe
rience, that t'e latter tnre far superior to the
former. CANAL & WAREHOUSE CO.
.Uny 5. 18-16.
selptember 2 4. 32
State of South Carolina,
EDGE fIIELD DISTRICT.
J Y JOHN 1ILL L. Esq., Ordinary of
-Edgei.'ld District :
aWhereas Jnam.es ''onpkins hath ap
f'ied'ro me for Letters of Administration,
in all and siugular the goods and chattels,
righis aind credits of' James Ill. Blair, late
oh the District af'oressidl, deceased.
Triese are. therefore, to citc and admon
ioni all anal singular, the kindred and cred
itors of' the said deceeased, to be and app~ear
befhore me, at omit next Ortdinary's Court
ihr he said District, to be h'lden at Edge'
hield Court ilouse, on the 14th dlay of 5ep
tenmber' inst,, to show cause. if' any, why
the said admniisittion should not be
Given under my hand and -sea[k this thd
31st day ol August, in thte year of our
Lord one thiouand eight hundred and
forty-sixth,~ and in the 71st year of' Amnes
can I nde~pendenedi.
JOlhN l1LL,0. ED'.
r~pi. 2 2t 32
A, BARIIACUE will be given at H. C.
Tunvarst's diring, on FRIDAVY thme 4thi
6.-ptembehr nex't. by the ci tizensof the adj.t
eentt nei-ghborhooad, to which the Candidaues,
and eitizens genern!ly are invited.,
Uamy.~ay $-rr.vEss, Gjoanj alc3!aYVs,
.J~o S. S~vt.s:v, -A B3r.An.,
LInvYAN h..,, 8S. MATHEws.
august 16 2t 31
IS HEREBY GjIVEN, that the Subscriber
3.will aupply to. the Legislature, 'at itsunext
session, to renew the Charter of his Bridge
across Stevenis' Creek. in Edgeliekd District,
coninnoinly catlced Delaughtecr's Bridge.
august 24th 1846. JONBUKTT.3
T liE undersigned having purchased the
entire iterest in the Trit Shop at Edge
field Court House, woulad beg leave to-inf'orqn
the public', that they initetnd carrying on thae
samte buisipess, suchm as
Rootflng, Guttering, and
Mlaniufacturinig of Tinl,
Copper, & isheet Iron
Also, all manner of JOBBING done, in work
All orders from Merchanots and others wiill
be attenided to at the shortest notice'..
CIhARLES- L REFO;
angust26 tf 31
Rock Cutler, Well Digger,
A NY persons wishing Rack Unttinig, Well
.tDigging, or Blasting work donae, can be
accommodated, bty applyttg to -
At Pottersville, Edgefield District.
august 26 .. 1y 3I
AS Ireceivye payment f'or my labors in'the
J. Clerk's Offic ini small stuns,-add have
now 0n may hian-ds a. great many Deeds tunpaid
for, I must earnestly request all persons who
bring _Deeds to my office for recoti, to leave
the money with thme Deeds.
. '1'H0. G. RA CON.
SEIRA LEACA DE IY. -
DMISS SARAH RICHARDSON, will
. continue the Exercises of this Institu.
tion the next year, commencing on thu first
Monday in yannary, 1847.
As the arrangement of qnarters has been th.
long established usage of the.Academy; ityg,,
he resumed ir the next year. -
- The rates of Tuition are as follow, payablb
in advance, quarterly:
For Spelling, Reading, Writing and
Arithmetic, per qnarter, $4 00
With the above, English Grammar
and Geography, 6 09 -
With the-above, Philosophy, Narnrail,
MeaMJ, and Moral Chymistry,.
Botany, History. &c. -8 00'
Compoeition wiH be required of the Pupilsi
as soon as they shall be capable of attending
to it. -
For the two Winter qarters, a charge for
Firewood will be made. of' fty cents each.
The amount of vacation will be two months
in the year.
angust 26 4t 31
Roberts' Price Current..
L A STI C Suspenders and Garters, from
124 cents to 75 cents a pair,
Rice a' 20)lbs. for $1 00, fne quality,
Gunpowder 3 lbs.,lior $1 00.
Shot $1 75 per bag, or Ilbs for 25 cents.
Blenched Shirtings at 12} cents a yard,
Unblenched do, yard table, at 10 ts.-a yad,
Cotton Osnahurgs 10 cents a yard,
do Stripes 126 do d'
do' Yarn at 874 u handleof5 pounds,
Lemon Syrup, a superb aflicle, at 50 cente a
Student's Bible, a very useful work with very
broad ruled margin, Greek and English,
$5 50, r -
A few more copies of Thompson's Mexicn
Davies' Algebra 874- eents,
Southern H armoy-874 cents,
Sacred Harp $1 00,
Liimpriere's Clas.cnuDictionary $2 95,
Anthon's Graimar $1 00,
Winter strained bleached Sperm Oil $1 374
" cents a gallon,
Copy Plates lor Pupils 25 cints,
Pictures from-Italy 374 cents, by Bar,.
Cologne Waters and Perfumery, Combs, &c.
- very cheap,
To close t lot-Law Blinks 374 cts. a quire,
Peters' Pills, and Sherm.un's Worm Lozenges,
witb Quinine and'other Drugs and Chem'
i:als, f%,r sale low, by
. R. S;-ROBERTS
Edgefield -C. II., Aurgust 2>, 1846.
angust 26 2t 31
. : tiee.
OP1Ni4'RY's OFFIC E, 25th August, 1846.
T H E Estate of Enoch Walker, deceased
being Derlict, and the papers hawin -
beeir placed -in may bands for a settlement of tb'
state, those indebted are hereby notified to
make payment to me immediately, and thou
having demand1s to present- them properly at
tested, on or before the 1st day ofJanuary next.
: JOHN HILL, o. s. n.
august26 tlJ 3.1
S Head quarters, '
2n RxEar. CAVALRY, 14th Augst. 1846. .
P URSUANT t-> General Orders, the Se
- cond Regiment of Cavalry; will Parade
at. Longmires, on -Saturday the 19th of Sep
tember next, uniforned-andequipped, for re- -
view, drill antd inspection' - . -
The commissioned und'.non-commisionse
oflicers will assemble.at the sanme pla'ce, on.the
day previous, for drill and instruction.
. Dy order of. - - - -
J. C. SMYLEY,-Col.
ntiuut 26 .2t
2d Regiment Gavalry, 24th Aug. 1846.
7 ii HE Edgefield Sqnadron of Cavalry, wilts
. Ptarade at Edgelield Court House, on
Saturday the 5th of September next, armed
and equipped as the law directs.
A coemp1lete retnrn of the effective strength,
ar.-ns anud equipmoeits of the Squadron, will
be required on the day of piatade.
By order of
J. CdMiYLEY, Col.
'-' 2diReginent Cavalry.
august 5f 2t 31
TO THE PUBLIC.
B-Y the lust WVtll and Testatnenut of Alex
andler Do'yner, deceased, late of Beach'
.Ishlid, provision has been made for the main-'
tmnnantce andl educautioni of a number of indigent'
orphanus of this District. tundur the age of 1
years-and by ait act ofthe Legielature, Com
missioners haive been nppointed to carry out
thecbentevolent designs of the Tsaor.' They
have procured a siutable locntion at Beach Ia
land, eight miles belo* hlamnburg, and design
as seuoi as they cant ascertain the number of
heiieficiauris,. to erect ruitaible builiiigs for
their accommuodatiori, atnd. to obtain the servi-'
cis of a ennipetentt person to tuke charge oft
The designr of this commrunication 'is to so-,
hicit to co-opieratiron of-the citizens getnerally.'
bit more partienilarly of the Comimisdioniers of
Free Schools, in ascertaing thae nmber of chil
dren in their respective neighborhoods entitled.
to the bentefits designed by 'the benefaction of
the 'l'estantor. - -
Commrunientbons diddtessed to na through the
ikmnhturg Post Oticee, will be tatnkfully re-.
ill. GA LrIIN,
Di A RDIr ~Commn'rs.
G. B. MIL LS. -
April29.. tf. . .14
Saddlec'v and UBarness
1 take great pleasare in'
,.rertnrting to my patrons atnd
frieuds in. general, my sin- -
cre thanks, for their very
liberal patronage during the
past year. I would also,
take this opportutnity to in
form them, that I shall stilt.
.contintue to carry on my bu.
siuiess at my old statid, at'he first door abovo
I'reshey anid- Bryan's biria'k store; whlere may
be found, at all times, all kinds of H ARN ESS,
SA DDILES, BRIDLES, and all other articles
generally kept in such establisahmetnts.
Mfilitary eqnlipage, made to order in the most'
approved style, n ill also be prosinptly furnish
ed at my shop.
All persons wishing to buy, I hope will gire
me a call. I shail endeavor to put all my ar-*'
ticles as tow; as in justice to myself, I can pos
sibly afifntd to do. D. ABBEY.
lay 13 . .f 16
HEundlersignedl having-recently cor
.. menced-the above business, n ii'
place, :respectlfully solicits the patron -
age of the public.. =
'He intends keepiug'on hand a general
assort ment of Confectionaries and Candies.
*- 8. P. -FIELD.
Edgefield C. ,H., August 12 tf ..29
Dr. A. W. Youngidooil,
OFFERS hi's professional -services to the'
citizens of Ed gefield.Villag'e and vitinityC
Olride.uiext door, ~sat of Dr.. R. T. Mims
rhsiece.AE 1122 NWa#3