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Jievo to boe the very enroor ine wouy,
(how they are to build a city upon it,
doesn't come belbre me to decide.) But,
sir, they are mistaken. Salt Lake is tint
the centre o, the globe, and to save them
from any further trouble about the na:ter,
I will tell them where the centre is. It is
here, sir, risht here where - am now
standin'-that is. if we may put any de
pendance on the movements of the clmoudk;
for every cloud that rises, no matter at
what point-of the horizon, it seems to me,
is sure to centre right here: and if several
rise at difTerent points. it is here that they
meet and empty themselves. 13encne I
conclude, that here must be the centre of
the globe. But. he that as it may, we
-have certainly had a ereat deal of wet
weather during the last four -veeks. and
some of the heaviest rains. perhaps that
have ever been witnessed by the posttdi
lnvian world -such rains as I, at least,
have seldom, if ever, seen fall before.
Our fields are very much washed. We
have no need to trouble ourselves further
about hill-side ditching We have ditches
now, and those of the deepest sort.
Yet, Mr. Editor, the crops I ok well,
can unusually so; and cotton, though it
has been considerably retarded in its
growth by the wet, is more forward than
it was at this season last year. I saw
blooms on the 18th of this month. The
cotton crop is abundant.
Most sincerely yours,
From the Anderson Gazette.
ATROCl US MURDER.
Vehave never terhaps heard of a more
cold-blooded, fiendish murder than wats
committed, on Friday last, in the neigh
hourhood of Picketsville, on the body of
Robert Wilson. The perpetrators of the
deed, Carroll Henderson and John Hen
derson had had some altercation wit h Wil
son. previously respecting some family dit
ficulty ; and instigated or encouraged by
their farther. had deliberately threatened his
life. On the morning of that day. the two
brothers set out fro'n home it search of
Wilson and found him in his field at work,
with no one present but aboy about filieen
years of age. They rode up to the fence.
and called for Wilson to come to them
when they renewed the quarrel. After pats.
ing a few words, one of them knocked W.
down with a rock, and then jumped on
him with a knif)literally butchered hitn
on the spot. Tisy boy ran of! to t he nearest
neighbour's hoase, albout a quarterof a mile
distant, and gave the alarm, when two
gentlemen proceded itmd tamy.!ij tot th"
place, but-were only on the ground in time
to see the un',rtunate mann breathe his last.
One of the murderers was a brothter i
law of the deceased.
Two of the men implicated, John lien
derson and farther are now in Pickips jail,
and we understand that Carroll Hender
son has been arrested in Greenville. We
trust-they may receive the full deserts of
the dreadful crime."
Medical College of the ,State of South
Carolina.-By. the annlal advertisetment
of this ialuable Instituttn, recentd pub
lishld.epecetved that ie ia,
wii a: z+al which iiilfcintietdaf
have: so far. conformed to ih'e wishe-fof
the Medical C"nvention, as expressed at
their two annual tiestings. anid we may
- say, to tine feelings of the community at
large, as to have extended the term ol
Lectures from four to five nontbs.
This is a measure of some imnporta'ee
for while it increases the duties oif the
Professors, without addmtg to their emoltu
metnt, it ensiures no tine student tine oppor
tonty of a more full anod thorough dis
cusslon or the prtnciptles of a valutable pro
* fession, atnd a most deliberate and exctend
ed consid~eration of all tine parts of a com
Trhey will execute, as far as is in their
powver, the wishes, as frequenitly ex press
etd, of renderingj medic'al degree of less
ea'sy attainmenft 'd by a more strict ad
hnerence no annd more careful observaniee ofi
the rules of the College. bieget a mose ent'ire
conifidenice in the qualification of tine gra
duates sent fortb to thte discharge of very
responsible du ties to society
- They have alsto madec arra'izeme'nt fonr
a more full supply of nine material, for the
anatomical ronoms. whnereby nanny f the
objections arising from outr late tmild Win
ters manny be obviated, and the discom
forts arising from this sounrce be made as~
tolerable as circunostances will admoit.
The itistitutinnrrom its esntblishmen t.
has been well sntpported by thnis atnd thne
adjacent States, and we trtust thant those
arrangements with etntitle it still fnor:hjer
to their confidetnce,
The Class, tine past seas-tn, numbewredl
one htndnred and tninety two' stttdents. of
which nunmber was graduated sevenity
The Greenville alotntaineer of2">in~t says.
-"During the past week tine weatnher has
been very warm. arid we have hadt a show
er or two nearly every dny. Cr.'ps nifall
* kindis continue to lotnk utntuuli well, anti
the frttit trees are literally loaded with
their deliciotus hurthen."
The Charleston Evening News of
the 19th instan' says :-"Ounr venera,
ble feliqwv citiz4en, Mre W~illiam Peron
neau departed iis life yesterday monrn
ing at an adlvatnced ago of over Si) years.
H is amniable mntinners and blameless nife
dlrew nowardls hnim the uitnivier-cl re-a;'mct oi
the communnnity. Mr.-Ps:w'n w NiA i!led
various nienes tof rt rto~ inrin n y.tt in tnl in
as well as private life. he ha~d thne respect
and confnietnce of all, anid those fittning
accompalnmentsn of a v rnerahIidn ld ac.
-'honor, love, troops of friends" followed
im to thte grave,"
Appointmercnts by Ihe President, by and
wcith tine ardcice and consent of line aSi-nate.
Arthur P. lHagbny, of Alahamna tot be Envoy
Extraortdinarv attd Minister Plenipoten-.
tiary of the Unined States to Rnssia. in the
- place of Rralpht I. Inigersoll, recalled at his
Coiu M. Ingersoli, of Connecticut, to be
Secretary of the Legislaturennf tie Untited
States to Rmssia, itt the plaice not John R.
-Clay, appointed Charge d' Ai'airs of' tine
Utnited States to Peru
11. T. A. Raitnalst to be Constul of the
Uniteil States for the port Eisenn -re, in the
place of E. L. Rainal<, resignied.
"We learn that yesterday the President of
the United Stater nominated tn the Senate
the ion. Isaac Toncey, of Connecticut,
late governor of the State, to be Attorney
General of the United States, in place of
the lion. Nathan Clifford. resigned."
TRRATY WITi GRENADA.-The Senate
having ratified the treaty recently conclud
ed between the Union States ati New
Grenada, it is publsbed in the Washing
ton Union. It abolishes all dicrimninat ing
duties o.: ..ur commerce, and gives us the
right of way. by can:l or rail road. fram
the Atlantic to the Ptc:ific, across the ism
ih ius of Panama.
Fire in Columbir.-Ahout 9 o'clock on
Thursdav night, he 22d, a fire broke nut
in Coliumhia. in 'ho store if Jame-, Ale
Caflrey. which destroyed five small build
ings on Richardson st., nearly opposite
the United States lintel, before the con
flagration was arrested. The buildings,
we learn, were owned by Mr. Jsmtts Mc
Cali-ey, Thos. -1. Wade, J. McAndrews
and J. Moore, and were occupied respec
'tively by Mr. McCalfrey. alr. U. Truesdell.
Mr. Altee, Mr. Andrews and Mr. Pope.
The buildings and the bulk of the pro
.perty destroyed, are stated to have been
U. S. Senators.-Tie Governor of Michi
gnn has appointed Thos Fitzgerald, Dem..
U. S. Senators, in the place of Get). Cass.
The Legislature of New Hameshire on
Thursday, elected Moses Norris. Jr., Dem..
Senator in Congress for six years from the
4th of March next, in place of Mr. Ather
ton, whose term then expires.
From the Savannah Georgian.
DEMOtCRAT OR WHIG.
The nonmations of the two parties are now
before the country. The names of the )eto
cratie nominees are, For President, LEwiS
C.sss, of Michigan. For Vice Presuitei, WL
LIAM 0. LUTLER, of Kentucky. The nancs
of the Whig nomsinees are, Gen. ZAcnaiRV
TAY.OR, ot Kentucky, and lltt.LAxi FLL
MotRi, of New York
A native of New England, Lewis Cass
at the early age .,f 17 emigranted to the
North-Western territory, and became noe
enterprismtg citizen of a territoty, thte
notherof great and powerful Stat,-s. now
mtetmbers of their coufderacy. and- rerd.
in:- law at Marietti, was admitted to the
Bar before the cleass of the territorial go
At. an early age he was a member of
the legidlature o! Ohio, and dra:,h:ced the
Ia e which arrested te traitorous designs
of Aaron Burr.
When 24 years rf aze he ree-,ived from.
I he il!uesrious JelTersoin the appointment of
Marshal ofOnio, the duties of which of
fice he disc:targed until 1812.
On the 15th ofJuly of that year; Cass was
the fir-t man. to land in : arms in the en
en'y's country..and- the first to. drive that
eoeny.on groundl where,the first blood was
spilt during the eventiul war.
At thirty years of age, we. find Cass a
Brigadie6 Genetal, nid ntder Harriso'n at
the rhanes rouiing Procdr, and whitha
detachment..jursvn thim f-'soietsiiles.
-a liaeufdisciplined Britisl r:"ldier and
though -disciplined, bayonets opposed them
the enemy's Jine:was bhroken and th-e:enemy'
joyfully threw down, their arias that their
lives might be spared..
-As the vuonteer. aid of Geri. l arrison,
the commaniding~ General. he elicited the
higthest encomaiumrs of' Harrison in his of
ficial report of the battle of the Tfhatmes,
and is styled aan elicer of the highest pro.
At thiirtv-one years of age Presidett
31 rdison rtppointed himt Gzovernor' at M1ichi
caat, which made him civil as welcl as mili
tary Gov'ernsor of a larg territory with
manty hundred miles of expotsel fronttier,
almost sutrrottnded withi tnumserotis tritbes
of hostile Indiant, constantly excited to
.acts of host ililty by Britisht agenits.
Iles led several e'xpedlitionf of mnounted
mtilitry againtst the Intdians, stome of
whom were killed wvitii sight of the towt
H-ow Glen. Cass fulfilled his respotnsi
tle Exectiive duties. almost unlimiited us
thiey were, is attested by the fact that hes
w'as .een~t imes ntotimnated bsy foeur sit
cesiv Ptrestlent, ated its oftenc cii A rmred
by the Senmte, iitwat a sindIs co' a
gainst himL in that boedy. or a sing! epres
entutioni against huim by c/he peoplc over
wchom he presidedl, a sttticnt .proof, as
just ly re '.arked by a recent, beiogt apher.
rft the wisdom 'fi his ind in ist rat on.
In the wiute'r of lb47. Cont Cass voted
in the Setiate aginsit the " Wilutr tlcr-i
In every position at home and nbrade
-; rotm htis yoth to thle ftil m tatuir yt of
ager-he has illustarted the' honor aned glory
of' his country
WVheem hanve the WIhig Coniventinnt placed
beeforte the P'eop.le ais thteir candidate fo.r Vice
Alillard Eilbntore, of Newts Yorka
matt whlo has v'oted in Cotngren wvitht the
ISilades. Gidin~gsee, Gates. antd that blnick
spited cre w of ho st ie sues a t oour do
mesi ic q etet. -the mzent, wi:e. mt the ci tn
me~r of 18-44. when till trute Souatherti mten
Iwere at rayerd in fatvor of Pol k ands l"'xass.
adldressed a large .iass 'tic mt of the
Whbigs of tlto Emnpir-- St ate, 4t00 ot all
sexes atnd ace being presetit) fromst a both,.
atnd aim * tne iatelv' undier a bhanner
ofilhe "Decency Party." on which bann'.er
were paimted Geni.Jatckson anjd Jamines K.
Polk, thte lat'er munted by as negr'o, who
Ibore a smnall banner, on which was in
in his addrn--s, Mr. Fillmore exhibited
the strongest acrimonious hostility anst
the Sthi , and conv'ertedn a great ntit ion
al qutestiion (the tarilT) into a mrost socitorn
al one-denied that te Sou-hern rpeophle
coutld ever become a mianinfucturing peo
ple, without perilbang their power to re
tain their slaves.
Meeting of Disafeicte:I N. Y Whig,.-.
A mrea-ting of the disateted pe'r'ion uf the
New Yoerk deligases toi she Whtie C.'nven
tin at Philadelphdia, took place in the for
mer city 01) the tG6'i, inst. It was a very
tumnultuary asemblage of Clay anid TVay
lor partizaats. TIhe obiject of the Clay
mnen appeared to he to obtain the concur
rence of the meetintg ft r calling nusother
Convention on the second Mionday its An
gus uc n, fr, n....i;,.. atoc, b pe.rno-n as
the Whig candidat- 'The- meeting se
parated in turmoil. the stage being torn
info fragments. - Ti Journal of Coniy
terce says uty Claylnen, -u ho were do
termined not to have aug Taylor speeches
made on it.
[From the Duqu bue Tribune. Ju neL -
DIFFICULTY AtO a TUC W I.N:BA
GooES-Refuital to Jrniigrale,--Mr. J. B.
I Lnion of aiis city has just returned from
a trip to Fort Atkinson, and through, him
we learn that very great opposition was
manifested by the W innnhagoes to emigra
t-ng to their new homte. Stormy inter
Views were held ith the Sub-Agent, lien.
Fletcher, on Thursday and Friday of last
week, and severe threats were made by
the Inlian. in view of trce being used. to
comlpel their removal. On Saturday rodrn
ing w hen Mr. HJenion leti, tti- Indians had
taken down nearly all their wigwarns, and
all the -quaws and most of the male lidi
aus had left for parts unknown. Little
11il1 was addressing those who remainied
behind. Baptiste, a chief deeply hostile
to removal, wasjust starting for the Agency
his cottutenance filed with indignation.
Capt Morgan was oprprehnsive he should
he compelled to send to Fort Crawford for
Massacre of the W/itcs.-The New
Orlt-ans Met cury has received news from
St. Thomas to the 24t1h ut. by the ship
Europe, Capt. Miercier. It states that a
massacre of the white inhabitants of
Martinique had taken place at Saint
Pierre. Several houses had been burn
ed and in one of them thirty persons
were consumed, and eve:ry thing was in
the most dreadful confusiten. The troops
room Fort Royal were called upon, but
refused to act, and retreated to theit
quarters. Every road and avenue lead
ing to St. Pierre, was crowded with
W!acks coming into the assistance of their
Mlany dreadful scenes had occurred.
Cipt. Mercier states that his informant
tad barely time, in company with six
>thers, to get do board of a vessel leaving
411 behiud, before the house in which
lev had resided was set on fire; and
entries placed to keep any one from
"Th- disturbaure tvas supposed to be
zene:al all over, the Island of St.
DIED. at the residence Mr. John Dennev
in this DistrYt. on the morring of the 16th
itne, Miss R Acau. Jest., ini her 18th year;
utter a contracted illness of eleven mouths,
which she bore with christian fortitude. 'The
Jeceased was a member -f. the Lutherum
Chiurch at St. Mark's; and wasmuch esteened
>y all of the msenibers, and beloved by all that
The young should lenin tobe wi e
STo live in rcalfis beyond tie skies. S.
DIErD,.hat lmM g, io is Distrc 3
'hu duz. L aZaBETr.WAL , Ltd
ife1 fifen rit o r
iid resigr ligence,"qaetumr
1ery and. t' idsri; etdeared her .reatly to
ter. friends tianonei-ou. discentdnns tti'd
:infide~ctons mourn hter departure, but -not air
hose who have nto hope. - 8S.
Butler Lodge .lVo. El.
(Q*" Regular meeting of this Lodge will
oe held ott Monday evening nei at 8
>.clock. JIIlN L YON See.
Junie28 1t 23
To ouri Cutomer~s oilce
T o enmploy mie to repair anty work, is to
ptomiise teo p-ty casht. Th~ese r're. my
terms. I am nort uble or iintg to keep' bonks,
er to, dependl auon youer negrocs whoma you setnd
to maake etngag.-mtents with mie. V# ten the
aork is done. se~nd :he catsh.
A full assortnenit just received, and for
sale low for CAtSH.
Call and se. R. S. ROBERTS.
Brought to the Jail
O 1' this District, -a negr'otmant. whio sayo his
mutne ts ISA AC. antd that he belotngs to
Jelersona Blauckshtire. of Liturens~ County, Ga.
anid that hie ratnaway) aboutt ihie last oft .0 y or
1st of Jttte. Said fellow i.s atmout six feet high,
itf very dark comtplexion. between 5'5 an~d 561
years of age. H-c ets a scar Aeross his breast
andt at det'ect lit his righlt eye.
'The owiter is regniested1 to cotme forward,
prove property. pay chairges anid take htimt t..
wayl. orthierwise hie ill be dealt withi us thte
A. [I. BURT. J.F. D.
Junte 29. 1843 23 if
$1IATE~ OFV SOUTH CA ROLINA.
IN T111 COURT Ok' ORDINARY.
3 efelDistriet. 4 '.
Whtereas Jatme, I ,ackwell hatih ag
plied toe mre fotr [,et .rs of. Wl'inira
in., ou all ;andt singola. the goods atnd
ehaitiels. rights & e)shTs "of Mary Clark
late ofte Ds L:strict allesId, deceased.
fThese are, therefore. tt cite alit admon.
ih all aned singular, the kindired and cred
i trs ot the said d-eeased, to he atnd appear
belbre tnie, at our next Ordinary's Coturt
ftor the said [istrict. to be hiolden at Edge
ield Cottrt [louse on thte 10th day of July
rex:, to show cause, if any, why the said
adminiistration should nbot he grantedi.
Given tunder my hand and~ seal, this the
23rd day of J tie, in the year of our Lord
ne thouisand eight huntdred tind forty
eight and in seventy-second year of Amer
JO HN [1IL L, o.E.D.
june 28 2t 23
Damgmy absence, for ai shoart time
- rmthe Stt, N. L. Gairran, Esq.
will act as toy Attorney; persons indebted to
me will please make paymnent to him.
U. H. GOOl)MAN.
Juine 19, 1848. -tf 2
Private Boarding honse.
M :tS McCLINTOCK will be glatd to
take a few BlOARDERtS..at ..$10J per
mnth, e.xilntSive tf W~ashling and Lights. Her
otie is conivenietet ti the Academny, and well
:dapted to the acconmmodaition of Stndents.
AST NIGHT'S MAIL.
From -theiconabia- Telegraph.-June 27th.
LATE ND-IMPORTANT FROM
CoIrsPaAcY tr iTHE :CITY OF MFXICO.
At 'a late- hour last- niglht we received
from ofar attentive"Co'respondent at New
Orleans, tlhe foll'n ing Telegraphic Do
spatch, dated -
New-Orleans, June 23rd.
Sicamh'sp Palmetto arrived yesterday,
htaving :nied from Vera Cruz.on 18th in-t.
M3r. Sivier, left the Capitol on 12th. and
was expeuegist Vera Cr)r. on the 19th.
On his arrivals the CustomHouse would
be turned overo the Mexicans.
A conspi racy had been detected to over
throw ,teggovernment. .-Five, leading
characters:who- were favorable t peach,
had been assas'inated by a :party headed
by Paredes and Jarauta. All the Ameri
can troops were expected at Jalapa on
The Palmtto brought over four Com-.
panies of Michigan Volunteers.
Cotton quiet. 1500 bales middling and
good. middlig. sold yesterday at 5$ a 6c.
Sugar.. Flour: and Molasses remained
OUR- PA4METTOS IN MOBILE.
W a to state on the 'authority
of a d" t eeived last night from Mo
bile by" adden, from her call:mnt hus
hand, that .-Cladden with seven Com
panies had-arrived at that place and were
all well. --We may therefore soon antici.
pate grasping-the hand. of the noble Colo
nel and his worthy brothers in arms, who
have reflected such lustre upon their State.
Their reception should be worthy of the
toils and dangers which they have braved.
though, alas! We may not welcome back
many who joined their onward, march to
battle for their couti-y.
The trrmoties of those who have fallen
are as sacrid 'as the glory of the survivors
in the public mind-to both due honors
should be. paid. The return however
should he an occasion of jubilee, and no
sad recollection be allowed to chill the
warm welcoue which they ebould meet.
We would.respectfully suggest to the
Military Committee appointed yesterday,
the pop' a of meeting at an early hour,
thist J make the proper arrange
taieti c 'tl ting reception pfour return
ing feiel':l. 'The precle,period of their
arrivalrhie1 ;uncertain, as we, presume.
.the'wole Rimnt wil ,be coilected at
I i i b tered oit of
the i 16.ca' : b
E ' ROP -Y STIAM .lkA IE.:
The Seariper of th e10tbwas telegrapli
ed shayi :ived ataBston dyrSundty"
t eistetvl no newshrbe .bid
Reported expres g 9or the; Da'ny Titdr.' 1
Charlest ,Junie.i"6.6o'elc ,i..
Cotton. ' em to lly'~ haOles. Ex.
tremes 5j4% c. No chailginjrices.
STATE0OR SOUTH CAROLINA.
EDG FIELD) DISTRICT.
BY JOH ILL, Esq., Ordinary of
WVseuras ames Blackwell,. haith ap
plied to me or letters of admnistration.
ont all and sigular the goods and ehattles.
rights naud gredits of Elizatbeth Clark,
Inte of the District aforesaid, d'-e'd.
Thewse are, therefore. to cite and admon
ish all and sillgolar, the kintdred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
beforc mie, a-our next Ordinary's Court
for the saulid 'ta iet, to be htolden at Edge
field Court iouse on the 10th day of
July inst., to show cause; if any, why
the said adsministration shottld not be
Given undir my. hand and seal, this 23d
day of Jutp in tho year of our Lord
one thousan4 eight hundred and for:y
eight and in thte sevetuty-second year of
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
June 28, :.2t 23
'sTATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA
:jN ORDIN ARY.
()Y JOH-N UIL L. Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas Jas. Blackwell bath applied to
me for Letttrs of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
attd credits of Henry Clar~k, dEI'ed, lato
of t heristrict, afoaresoid,- deceased.
:..Th~6~e ard, tlfer~ird, to ciue and admon
ish aU.-.and sin'gular. the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before toe, at oair- next Ordinary's Coturt
for the said -District, to be holden at Edge
I eld Court House, on the I0uh day of July
inst., to-shoWr cause, if any, why the
said administration should not be granted.
Gaven under my hand and seal, this the
23d day- o1 June, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight bondred andI
forty-eight, and itn the 72d year of Amer
- JOHN HILL, 0. E. b.
June 28 --2t 23
71H E Estate of tlarshal R Smith. deceased,
1being without administration~and there
late derelict, atll p~rsons having papers pertutn
ing to the estatte, are requested to hand them
over to me bsy ihte earliest pm acticable time, and
all those indebted to the estateto mnake pay
ment, and those hiaving demads, to present
June]4 - 6m -i- 21
*. Hatmburg Journal will please copy.
6,000 lbs, Bacon &-Lard
J US T recetvedl a large lot of superior Ba
con, whi~ch till be sold lowv for Cash.
May 7 ~< J. A. WILLIAMS,
May 7 ~ tf - . .
g7 The friends of HENR~Y T. WRIG HT,
Esqr., stnnounce him as a candidate fit~ the of
Gce of Ordinary of this District, at the enstmng
etion. may 24 tf 18
Dr L. i. .DecLange,
FROM t HAItLESTON &AUGUSTA.
CAN he found at Dir. SPANN'S HOTEL,
for a few days only.
A-few months, or longer indulgence. will be
given to all responsible persons, who may de
sire it. Thus they may fully test my -work,"
before paying for it.
IRefer to Dr. B. A. Rodrignes. Surgeon
Dentist, in Charleston. and to many of the
most respectable families in Augusta and Ilaor
June 21 22 tf
Jtil N D. C HASNE Im. D'.,
PIystcan aind Aurgeon,
B EGS leave to offer his pr.oIesaiirnni cr i
ces to the citizens of r.lgelield and veimi.
ty. and respectfully to eslicit a share of their
Doctor C.'s pait suscess in the srealnict ni
diseases ofr men. wunen ain.t chil.ir"on. e:cu tr,
age. him thus to ask the support "t an enligit
REF ER ENCES:
V Mott. M. D . New York City.
.A. Clark. Mv. D.. '
C. G . Frary. ,l. ) . Il uden. N. Y.
G. Kimnbal, MT. D.. Lowell, ain4.
II. H. Child. .11. ).. Pit4fisld, 1a-n.
N. B.-Prompt attention liven to cn~i 1.ft
my residence, ahe house forme.rly ocenil . by
S. S. Tompkiis, Esq., by night or day or ast
the Past Office by day. J. I). C.
May 17 if 17
A. F. M1.
JACKSON, BUTTS COUNTY. GA.
April 20th, A. L. 5.l'
T a regnlar Csninnication if Wt. Jns'
Lodge, No. 45. 'f Ancient Free l.lason,
this day held, MACK GOODWIN, a member
of this Lodge. wag duly expelled froi the
Lodge, for unmasonic cunduct.
By order of- the Lodge.
V R. BANKSTON. Sec'ry.
Jnne 22 23t
IIT Masonic Papers will please copy.
Cotton Yarns, Stripes, and
J UST RECEIVED a fresh supply of the
above goods. -ALSO
FRESH RICE, and - Carter's Paten FLY
BANE," asure and effectual destroyer of Flies.
For sale by I
C. A. SIEIGS.
jine7 if '
2d Regiment Cavalry, S. C. 31.
OstDas No. 4.
A N ELECTION 'll be held at the Chero..
. ikee Pondq oni fourth Saturday in JAly
next, for Captain to command the Edgelield
Hussars Troop of Cavalry, to fill rhe vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of A J. Hai
Other vacancies if any should occur by this
Election, will .be fined at tho same time.
. Lienit. Merriwether, T. C. Alathis, and John
Butler, will act as M anagers.
By order of
THOS: W. LANITAM. Cal.
2d Regiment Cavalry S C. M.
jnne7 8t 20
3 - *REW BOoTAND SEG
Io ii :e*Is s i-ak'dr ibb
lieut:t ~p frpae} g his fri'ends ii..the
i51tg g trly He will maketo order. Bouts
nd.Shtn'awts'tiperior stfle if 'vork.
manshijs: '"Genitlemnen :'wanting cork-sols'd
double-soled. water..proof, walking. (tress and
fine pumap..soled boats. and made of the best
materials,.will leave iheir orders with the sob,.
.acriber. N. BA R'TLEY.
May 24 tf 18
IYORE NEW GOODS!
T H E undersigned is now receivmng niddi
tions to hia stoc~k ofl
Fancy # Maple Dry Goods,
CROCKF.KY, lARDW~A RE. DRU3$
A ND 3l EDICINES,
H ATS. CA PS. BONNE.TT- SlOF.S. & c.
to wh lich he invites thn attenltilim of his fiiens
andl cm~tomers. Call and examiine for yoiur.
selves. C. A. ElE[GU
ny 24 f l 1
THlE MA;!KETI wll bet
/ open on alrsnday's. Thnursday's
a od Satn rdtay~ mornliigs. aInt af
til halt past six. The pr-ice (If !!ier w ill twi re,
dnced from the first of Jiune at tenst one e'emt
pr ponnd. C. M- GRAY
Edgefield C. H. Miy 23, 1844.
may 24 5it 18
- - TI[REE very fine young
neelimnie~d Devon and Du r
hatm BULLSi. for sale.
... Apply at this uinie.
amay 31 if 19.
BY THE C'iNMENT' OF P.\RTIES.
TH E p-ers pe'rtnliling to the eente of
~3Wilflam Fergnson. dec'd.. heinag in tmy
hanrds all thaose indebted to the estate. biy note
made payable to Citllen O'Neal. I'x'ior.. in
right of his wife. are regnlired to make pay
mnti. and tholse imvinlg demaniids to presenat
thetn property atteste~d ito me.
JOliN HIlLL. 0 E. D.
may 31 3mu 19
.VO T ICE.
A LL ilhose indvb~ed to thle estate rof Bazil
Lowe, dleceaused, are regnieste~d to make
payment, andi thorse hlavinlg detmands to presen
them properly attested
~JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Zookc at this also.
ALL persions mdiiebted to thle estate of B.
Wise, either by note or account, are re
quired to make imamedia e paymuenut. aind those
having deimanids to prese~nt them properly at
tesed. JOHN HILL, 0. E D.
A LIL personis indlebtedl to the estutta oh B. M.
.kRodgers. deceased, are requiired to m-ike
imediate paymenat, and those havinag detmantds
reder them in piroperly attiested. to
JAS G. 0. 'WILKINSON. A dm'r.
may 31 3m 10)
11 The Hamnburg Joaumnal is regnested to
copy the above three months.
A- TR ACT: OF- LIAND. coaitaining Five
hutndredt 2aid eighty-five acres (585),
twelve tmiles from Edgefteld U. H., lying be
weeta Beaverdam and Turkey Creeks, 1&
mies from Carroll's Mill.
Terms will be made easy.
Rply I. PLATT' BRUNSON.
TH E MALE AND FEMALE
Academies in Greenwood,
ABBEVJLLE DISTRICT, S. C.
Under the control o.f the Baptist Denomination
V H E first session of the present year. in
the above Srhuols, having closed this
day, the Board of Trustees desire to bring them
again to the favorsble notice of their friends
and the public generally.
The Exercise] of the Male Department have
been ably and sniisfactorily condhoted by dlr.
A.LtE DDnRicK, a gent leinait of good morai
ctaract"r, dinified manier-: and high literary
attainments; possessing th:it order of mind
which eminently qualifies hiui for the vocation
he has close:i-'he inlsir-ti.:n of Yulith.
Whilst the .Board are happy in espressing
before the plie the great sangiactioit whic~h
\ir. I tedrici i.-. in evry respect, rendered io
ihis depnrine-nt titv can mc's' cnntidently re
icommtnd their Se'oi ti their riends. and tI
-ir friend of etduatiuo, fedling zti-fr-it Uh:d
Ilhe e:(pectattio::- of iamr ".49 i a ona -'isj" A e
Jidt 4 e n'- is Ii =.* ?i iii1 he 'ny reai
d :.r.. i) d .wi a...a1ii' of ar nA
rihe First h'er!u . - 'ti, ,, ::.: ":1:' N a, .
1 h t :: .. in the-a
* ' . .
tf his prioessi.'r andl the entire' F.!inction
r'nei he hIts given Iis p:itreues. dor:::; a rei.
len'e of ili muuthA ih iur Villag, irenddr it
in.ces sary for the tditrl.at tis timb, th ispeik
of his ualifications as Rector of a feiate
Scimi. .1ir. Nielii!ls and Lady have. .iih
percevering efl'ris. end'etvored to cotabliii a
Fenale School of high nider,.and at considebi
le expense, hive spenred the sericeis of a
eery able uinistant; Miss SAUna A WasT,. of
Au;gnsta. Ga., a young lady of Anperior mind
ind fine accomplishmncits, under whose charge
he Munsic and Drawirg department's have beeh
nost satisfactorily conducteJ the past session.
I has been id still is the des-gn of the
Board to elevate their Institutions to an emi
ience not to be surpassed by any instittitinst
if a sitnilar kind in the State. 1'o acdoiplish
his desirable object they have endeavbred to
ineage the niost ctnpetent Instructors. li
this they have beert peculiarly fortunate its the
hoice of those whose ames appear above.=
They appeal to their friends to aid them in
their enteririze. by thi'ir patonage and inld
'nee. Hoping to afford additional facilities the
ensuing session, to those pupils who may enter
their Schools. the Board confidently expect a
liberal pationage. Terms as heretofore pii:
lihed. Tuition money not required until the
ced of rach session. . . -
The 2nd Session will commence the 1st Mutt
day in July next.
JAMES M. CHIUES, Pt..L. '
G reenntood, Jutne 8th, 1248.
june 14 3t 2I
F E..ILE 2C.ii vEaFI ,
ENJDER THE etXTROL OF '2 -: DAPTISI Dti
No21N'VA !"w .
- R. and M RS. N(ici'OLl.S hta"e finah
M pl.-asure in Lgnin iiflerimg to their frienJ
heir very grarefiul thtnkie for tli continued tn
oniragenienut tiey have received.
The i hid sesSion of their. SchUl terwnidated,
an. the 8th inst., and the next will coonqubt'
n th first ..%ndiy.in July, when .thopr * ,
tsl t ht6f paosu 'm'eflbrtW
It, h sttto ja ittbaepIto
ragigsaupetigg as t cusja.e' r oid ' ei: "'
eaoense wiil be mq.nfested i.increse
tnonage aiid in lintrinj; teeumiendaio'nsai
the-pait of their friends. .. ...,:.
*The M2uuic anid Draivinmg Departaients will
be continued undei- the charge of Miss SAir
A W sav, of Aungusta. and it is verfidcefely
hoped that the valuable services or that -hily
mauy long be secured to the institutidn by every
nsconragemenut being given to the eiettiise of
tiose tile nt.. which, during~ the past session,
n'irdjeel such high ptaridaictioin.
It is thoutght advisable to contradiot a report
that the number of pupils Is imi ed:-any
iuimber cani i' receiwed aund instrncted.
Term.<t of In~trucetion andl any otad~r jiforma
tin1 regnuired will be immtelia'tely lorwdrded by
mail on np;.ition to nie Principal.
j.pe1. 3't 21
T"m' Ill S d..i ':ai wvatering p~uaa hiaq un~dq.r
Sone :h:.roigh r..pairs. and' is ntowt rei
dy to receiive c,-mpany... ind n ilt I& kepii spen
thr the fit tre, the year roi~und . Thie b'ne :iial
i.sti Is of the wate r ,an it t es.a t huiiv nitn.
dr-1 'hi l.se expere-cedi5 i's isIiim nie po
vrionis dinseo. The accon:'nodtisys shall
be suiteod to the ants of ,it visitrs who may
visi; iihe plaice. ipoii the folowiing terms, viz:
Man p--r Dayu. $1 25.
-- - eek,7 0t)
(iver nuor anudtessthan four Weeks, 6 00
Fouiir Weeokd and over, per Week. 5 00'
Chilidr~am aind servanits, half price.
Hlorse per D~ay. 62&
S -Week, 3 50
J. C. ZIMMER3jAN.
P. S.-As I wish to retire to priv-Ate life, I
ot1er the above puroper ty for sale on reasonable
May 17 Ct 17
W1ooI in the seed.
T I1LE Subscrnbers are ',repared to Card
wool in the best puss.'oie mnanner for Tol
or' Cash. n tcuustomuary ra'.es, and siali'cit a shiare
of the pubtlic patronage heretofusre so liberally
bestowed, anud wvill receive the Wool without
hrrig or picking, withouit any additional
charge. at thetir old stnd on Dcmntan'b Creek.
8 miles cast of La.urens C. H.
W. B SliELDON & SON.
May :3. 3m 15
M R. ROFF. whoi held coditionally an in
terest itt thue right of Edgenield 1)istrict,
to liotchikiss' Retiction Mill Wheels, (Piatent)
h-its never eanpiied with said condition. thero..
fore he hlds no) interest. atnd has no rigbt te
sel or ma e any contrnet for said Wheels.
We. thme nndersigned ate the owners, of said
right, attd a tight pntrehased from anty oilier,
unless onr ageist. .will not he* good.
Mr. J1. T. W EDD~n, wte authorise, with full
power to e t as oiu gent..
CO)TJILAN & MOORE.
Manrch 1. 144..tf C
A LL those indebted to the estate of Citariy
2%Johnson, dec'd , are requested to make
in mediiate payment, and those having demands
to present them property attested.
C. B. GOULDEN,
SIMEON ATTA WAY,
.iniy7 tf 24 -
A LL Persoins indebted to the suhscriber as
*J' adimmistrator of the estate of Thomas J.
hibbier, are for thie last time regnested to comR
forward nnd inake payemeftt before return ay
in October, its I am de'tezrmined to close tip the
business. Attemiotn to the above will save
cost. J. P. PERRIN