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At the Anniversary.Communication of th
R. W Grand Lodge of South Carolina, hel'
on the 15thinst.fthe following mem
W. Alston Hayne, Ml. W. Grand JwvirT
Chancellor F. H. Wardlw, R utY
Louis D. DeSaussuro, R. W. Gi War
John A. Gyles RW. Grand S -retary.
Z. B. Oakes, R. W. Grandi' rer.
Rev. T. S. Arthur, R. W.. G6P Chaplain.
Wilmot G. DeSaussure, g. Grand Re
The M. W. Grand Sfasteri-sde the follow
Joseph Whilden, W. Grad Guardian.
A. .:Rowand, W. Gran, Conductor.
W. L. Giggett, W. Groid Marshal.
Committe on Election and Returns.-J.
A. Gyles, W. H. Peronniau and W. F. Pratt.
Commiltce an Finqice.-R. Dulin, J. L.
Eggleston and A. H. Dxega-.
Committee on 81 ( of Order.-L D. Dc
Sanssure, James G y, P. T. Villipegue, E.
B. White,W. G.. esaussure.
* ISzUStRAL uartlBio.-Up to the 4th
insithfoltigindleles from Sontli Caro
lins, had beci .eivedand approved by the
Central Co "ttee at Washington, for exhi
bition at areat London Fair;*
.. ezbrook, Sa Island cotton.
k . Joneos, Upland cotton.
.. V. Jones, do. do.
4. W. Hampton,
5. W. W. McLeod, Sea Island cotton.
6. F. T. Heriot, clean rice.
7. . J. W ard , sh e -f rice.
8. V. DV. . Jamieson, ' ' e.
9. J. ArtDDYoose on carriage.
10. ClasB. Capers, cypress eanoe.
11. Graniteville Fac'y, shirting & drilling.
12. Charles'n Fae'y, shirtings & sheetings.
13. Eugene -B. Bell, palmetto, oak, cedar,
and poplar woods...
14. John B. DeSassure, sweet gum wood.
15. South CaroliiRailroad company, one
16. Mary H1. Mellichanip, one basket.
NEGRO STEALER.-Mobile Register says -
Considerable excitement was caused in Bat on
Rouge, afew days ago, by the arrest of two
scamps who were caught in the act of enti
cing away slaves. They had been in the town
some little time, and had been busily engaged
in the prosecution of their nefarious plans,
and had tampered with the negroes exten
Thfy were at length caught in the act of
leaving with two mulatto women, belonging
to Mr. Musselman. They had :u:ide arrange
mo'nt with. -the colored ladies; they were on
the banzliaiiiiing the arrival of the steauer
when-heyere eaught by the police.
Thge'vidence against.one of them, Ephrain
Davetiort,Was coTiiadered sufficient to war
rant his conitWital to the parish jail; the oter,
Joselifortetr. *as discharged.
atiis residence in this'Dis
t~Dr.,JoLix 0. NAcnoLsox,
in the 43n-. W sagefi .
-T~ ~si hhman ha4-en a member
of the Baptist ChatJAttle Stevens'freek;
for 18 years) aza ns~' Deacons for:10)
years. fe 4iuly rnaet~u nellemne
for tr ~n~vig~3iiy im the
of hStath .he retire& from public
lifea - bkiiia~ tothe pursuits of bus
~.n1the interests .of
.Phurb rceongeial'to his mek
arnd qiet apiritl:
Dr. P N hospitablekind to the
iingfTor ns1ichold, heprooted
the comfort-of Glit in. In the exercise of
a good juget ia cultivaited mind, he had
~ycommitted h- soul ini the faith of Jesus Christ,
-to the. k 'pi of a faithful Creator, and by di
-...~~tseh~ids iot afraid to die. And when
tbjs.hourndae;he calmly resigned his spirit
*to oDi~ adigiren, and1 hzad redeemied it by
the bloodiItle-Great Saerifice.
The-Do rh eft an amiable wife, several
children, and anTcndr to mourn his early
departure from this ibode of'mortak.
II7 The Southern Baptist and Biblical Recor
der, will -please oy.
- 3unbscription Receipts.
TnE following persons have paid up to the time
afiixed to.their names:
William Cuibreath, to 13th March, 1852.
B. M. Posey, to 30th January '51.
W. J. Adams, to 9th Jan '52.
0. Towlcs, to 8th Jan '52.
Manchester Padgett, to 9th Jan '52.
Robert HI. Mimns, to 9th Jan '52.
Jacob Cohn, 1st Jan '51.
Mrs. Nancy Blocker, to 16th Jan '52.
A. Lewis, to 16th Jan. '52'.
Col. Wyatt Holmes, 24th Oct '31.
Freeman Roper, to 9th Jan '52.
Mark Corley, to 9th Jan '52.
David Meahing, to 9th Jan '52.
John C. Loveless, to'9th Jan. '52.
L. B Cochran, to 4th Jan '52.
D. Bunch, to 16th Jan '52.
John Harlin, Sr., to 16th Jan '52.
T. Breithaupt, to 8th Feb '32.
Robert McCullough, to 8th Feb '51.
Anthony Ouzts, to 16th Jan '52.
James McManus, to 16th~ Jani '52.
.John Timnmerman, to 16th Jan '52.
Elijah Fortner. to 16th Jan '52.
John Harlin, jr., to 16th Ja'n '52.
Moses Swearengin, to 16th Jan '52.
John Swearengin1 to 16th Jan '52.
Eldrned Swearengin, to 16th Jan '52.
Moody Harris, to 1st Jan '51.
Joshua Hill, to 7th Jan '52..
Mrs. C. B. Kincade, to 16th JTan '52.
Dr. Win. Pratt, to 16th Jan '52.
Martin Medloek, to 2d Jan '52.
Capt. M. Walker, to 8th Feb '419.
Benj. S. Cogburn, to 1st Aug'51.
James M. Lanham, to 16th Jan '52.
Samuel Singleton, to 1st May '51.
Eugene Burt, to 19th Nov '51.
Rev. Win. Johnson to 9th June '51.
Joseph Rearden, to 8th Feb '52.
Mrs. Sarah R. Gallman, to 22d Oct '51.
Benj. Roper, 23d June '51.
Jess~e Rambo, to 2.'id Jan '52.
T. W. Lewvis, to 23d Jan '52.
Capt. J. B. Smith, to 8th Feb '52.
. WV. Boland, to 23d Jan '52.
AN EXTRA meeting of CON
SCORDIA LODGE, No. 50, will
be held at their Hall on Saturday,
the 25th Jan. at 7 o'clock P. M4.
A punctual attendnee of all the
-.- Membels is requested'.
-~~1.CHARLES McGREGOR, SEC'ar.
Ta.23 1851 lt'
CHIARLESTON, Jam. 21.
A good inqiuiry prevailed fbr this article yes
terday, but at somewhat reduced limits; fators,
however. refusedl to sell at lower rates, which
necessarily checked opr.tions, and the s;ls
were confted to some 1200 bales, at prices rang
ing from 12 to 13.1e.
COLUMBIA, Jan. 20.
The Asia's news, which camne to harin here
this morning. reporting the Livr rpool ciittoni mar
het firt at thc siame gtotations brou.fht oiver ly
the Franklin, ham as yet luil no ein-et on our
market. The receipts were light bloth by wag
oils an also by Rail Rmad, coniserpiently the s:leI s
Were con1finel to Snic 58 bales. at rates cvrrent
at the clo-e of last week, viz: 104 to 13 eenls.
CA NDIDA TES
Vor the Stato Oouvention.
C37- Maj. JOHN B. H1OL.\ ES, is respect
fully submitted by his friends, as a suitable
person to represent this District in the State
C27" The Friends of I1on. A. P. BUTLER
propose hin as a snitable person to represent
this District in the State Convention.
,7- The Friends of Ion. F. W. l'IK.
EN, propose him ias a suitable person to
represent this District in the Convent ion.
ggU The Friends of Col. R. B. BOUK
NIGlT, annoulne him as a suitbIlle person
to represent this District in the Convention.
" The Friends of Col. Z. V. CAR.
WVILE, rcspectfully a:mnontmce him as , suita
ble person to represent this District in the
OT The friends of Col. L. I. MUNDY,
propose hint as a s.uitable person to represent
this District in the Conveniton.
ggr The Frienls of Dr. 3. GALPHIN.
announce lii as .iin.ddle plerso:l to represent
this District in the State Convention.
P"r The Friends of Col. JO1N BAUS
KETT, suggest him as a suitable perso.i to
represent this District in the Convention.
gg" Capt. WILEY IHARRISON, is pro
posed by his friends, :s a simble person to
represent this District in the Convention.
.::T' The Friends of Gen. JAS. JONE8,
re.spectfully suggest him as a suitable perso:
to represeilt this )District in the Convention.
Cg" Dr. J. C. READY, is sugtzriested by
his friends. as a suitahhLsperson to represent
thi District in the State Conventidon.
g-j" A. 'ERRIN, F-q. is respectfully sug
gested h his friend-, as : suiIaLle persoln to
represent this District in 1ie Convention.
:7r The Friends of Dr. JOHN LAKE.
propose him as a stitable person to represent
the people of this Disirict in the Convention.
rg" The Friends of Gen. 3l. L. ION
HA3, annoutne him: as a ,uitable person to
represent this District in the Cunvent!ion.
:97 Col. 31. C. If. HJAM.lOND, is res
pectfully announced by his friends, as a suita
ble person to represent this District in the
gg" Maj. TILL31AN WATSON, is pro.
posed by his friends as a suitable person to
represent this District in the Conivention.'
P oz the State Convention..
dag he fowing gentlemen
de ptfuljy suggesteid, as suitable per
mepr~sen:Edg'ild District- in the'
h' Hon. A. P. BUTLER.
Gen. JAMES JONES.
Hon. F. WV. PICKENS.
Gen. 31. L. BON HA3M.
Col. 31. C. 41. I[IAM3.\OND.
ABNER PERRIN, E'-i.
Col. R. B. BOUKNIG!IT. _
Butler Lodge, No. 17 1.0. 0. F.
- A Rh~egulari meetingt~ of thi., Lol
will bi- hl d o'n .londa~y eve.ning next
' .. at 7 oelock.
B. C. UtY AN, See'y.
Jana. 23, 11 5
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fie.ri Faceias
to me directed, I'shall proceedl to sell at
Edgefield Court Ihonse, ont the first .Monmday
and Tuesday in February next, the fllow
ing property in the folloiingr ease. viz
lenrv 1I. 1 liii Vs. Thieop1hiluts I liil and
Bryan heeni, the folmloing negro .shives. viz:
one negro hony Wesley, oIne negro girl Ann.
:td onte negro wonman Rachael: levied on as
the property of the Defentdant Bryatn Decen.
Terms I asth. S. ChllIT1E, s. r. n.
Jani 18 151 3te 1
ST'ATE' OF. SOUTh! CAROLINA.
B Y JOIIN Ill LL, Esq., rdina~ry of Edge-.'
Whlereas Wmzi. W~aldlrum' hath apiplied to
mec for Letters ot Adminstrattion,. ont all
:d singutlar the gooids :md eitlecs, ri-rhts
ind credits of I lenry W'ahromzi late of the
Distrit af.totresaid, deceased.
These' :re, th!erefore. to cite :md admon]Iish~I
all atnd singfuhar. the kindred anid creditors of
tle saidl deceased. to' be and appeair lhe!-ire me
at our nlext Ordina~ry's Coutrt for. the .s.i- i
tet, to be holdeit :it E1'elield Coutrt Ilionse
on thte 3d day of FA. tiext, to .show c.auts if
an, why te~ said idmnistration should not
Givent uinder tmy, handi and seal, this the 210th
day of Jatuary ill thle year ofh our I t.r iolfe
thusnd eight hundre d a:nd liftyv.one:,:omd m~t
the 75thI year of Ann-ericant idepleldence.
J01N hIlLL L. . r:. Ii.
Janua~ry 2 "t1
STATE OF SOU'1II CAROLINA.
EDO -:Fii l I DsITRICTr.
BY yJOIIN IllLLEsq., Ordnary of Edge
Wher'eas, B. C. Bryan, hm:th appliedl to
Inc for Letters of. Admlintist rat itn, ont :d! .md1(
silgla~r thei goods antd eb'attles. rits and
credits of C. L,. Goodwi:i, late of the D~is
trict aforesatid, doeeased.
Th'lese are, therefoire. to cite and a-hnnish
all ::nd sitngul:tr, thte kintdred~ and~ crei~hars ot
the saiid deceatsed. to be atnd :tppeatr befoire mne
at our next Ordintarvs Cout ri tile said Dis
trit, to be hioldent at Edgehield Court Hlouse
on thte 3d day of~ Fe'. tnext, to show eausec
if ayv,why tlie satid adlminlistranionl shloutld not
Giveti under mty htand ::ndl -enl. this the 20th
dayv of Jatnuary, int thte yeair of~ outr Lord one
ttosndt( eigilt httndrc'd and liftyv-one, antd in
the seventy-fifth year oft Atnerican Indepen
dene..JUIIN IlLL, o. 1. U.
Jantuary 23 2t. 1
59 BALF,.9 (Gunny HA AGI ING,
150 Pt'iees heavy Dunitdee l1agging,
TInIuur Auw i
PREPARATORlY D)EPART311NT OF
1 Y act of the State Convention of the Bap
.8 i iieo mi;tion in South Carolina, the
FURMAN TIEOLOGICAL INXTITUTION
will be opeiied in the town of Greenville, on the
tii'1t 1oday in Fehriary next.
The Trustees have deermined to establish, in
connvetion with the lInsitution, and under the
diroetion (if its Professor, a CLASSICAL
SCHOL. preparatory to Furman University in
proert ss of endowment.
Terrios, Forty Dollars per annum. BoARD
can be had in Greenville, at the rate of $100 for
For further information, inquire of Celonef G.
F. Trows:-:s. or this. place.
'v order of the Bmard of Trusteme.
J. S. MIMS.
Greenvil! Dec. 13, 1850. Ito 1
Uisin;; with the 'Timues!
D. T[l0ETTS will hereafter sell BOO TS
e e and SIHOES, at the following prices, for
Fine Water Proof Boot.4,......... S.. .9 00
Fino Pump iloots,................. 8 00
Fine Welted do ................. 7 00
.1len's fine Pump Shoes............ a 75
do do Welted do ....... ... 3 50
d1 Kip do do ........... 2 00
Ladies Calf Shoes.................. 1 75
do do Bootees,................ 2 00
January 1, 151 tf 1
, Lt Persons indebted to the estate of Allen
. . Anderson, late of this Distriet deceased,
are hereby notified to make immediate payment;
and hto whom the e;tate is indebted, are re
quested to present their accountq aecording to
law CHARLES HAMMOND, F.x'or.
Jan. 23, 4t 1
R ATES of boardinig 1ORSES at the Plan
vtrs lHotel, E-tretivld C. 11., S. C.
13y the month .12 50 paid moithly,
" "4 daV 8l 00,
i " single feed, 35 cents cash, if charged
37A cents. J. L. DOBY.
Jan iC 1 51 tf 52
LL those indebted ti the Sub-eriber, either
bv not-: or (open accouint previous to tlthe 1st
Ii' TS51, are requested to coine forward
S ;.a tip by heil 10th February next, as he is
obtigeld to have his money. And those who do
not settle up) by that time, will find their notes
and aceounts placed in proper hands for collee
tion. W.M. MCEVOY.
dii n 1 aif 52
ON Saturday the 1 1Ith instant, a note of hand
0 iven hv 'Dr. Elbert to Naney McCarty, for
,j with Mayland Padgett, as security, and
\1. Wh~tle, witiess.
Jan. 1i, if 52
C UARDIANS and TRUSTEES are hereby
X notified to make their annual returns to me
on or before the first of March next.
S. S. TOM PK INS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Jan. 15, 1851.
Jan 16, 7t 52
ILL Persons indebted to the Estate of Win.
I nnplhrves, dee'd., are requested to make
mmetediate payinent, and those having demands
gainst said estatte, will please:.pesent themn pro
Jmi. 9, 3t 51
LLPersons indebted to the estate of Thomas
H1. Loveless, dee'd., are requested to make
nnediate settlement, and those having demands
aainst said estate w'l present them properly at
tested, according to law.
SUSAN LOVELESS. Adm'ix.
Jan. 9, 1S51. 3t 51
LLPros incdebtetd to the estate of Ik-ze
A kiahstom dec'd., are reqjuestced to pay uip
before Return Day, or payv coest, a those hav
inig idemanids agaiinst said estt.e wvillpresenet them
properly attested, as the lawv requires.
S. C. ST ROM1, Adm'r.
Jahn. 9, 1851. Ot S1
, 4ot icc.
LL. these indebted to the estate of Wiley .
11. l.5seV, dle'd., are~ requeted~~ tee settle til
innlmielyl, anid theuse hia'nt udemanids against
sid estate, wvill present themi pr. .perly attested.
B3. .k. PUSEY Y,Admn'or.
Jan. 9, 1.951. 6fl 51
LL r. ersons having udemands againest the
i estate oef Elishma G. Robertson, dteceased,
are reepiested to handie them in preeperly atteceted,
and those inu bteud to t he satid estate are requestetd
to make paymetit to the undersaigned.
ELiBE RT D)EVOR E, Adim'r.
Thnoce indebted to, the estate of Lewis Robert
Soi. de ced. are reqjuestedl to manke pafymeint,
and thoe,, ha~ving demoaidsr agatins.t sail estate to
hand theml inl jioel attested to the under
si..lned. ELl~lERT1 D)EV0UE. A di'r
De bonis non.
Nov. el1, 1850. tf d
\L. T. rsons indebted tee the Estacte of Tsaiahl
. :ek well, deceeased. atre requtestedl to make
immiediaetcepaymen(It. and those leaving deimands
will presenit thieme properly attested.
.1 ..\3ES B3LACK WELL, Adim'r.
A pril 17 1 a50 tf 13
L TL persoens tietbtted to the cetatesa of rTho..
2 ..1Flood, deceased, are requoestedl te~ ia.ke imo
mdiate patytent, and all these having dleninhds
igainst said estate to present them properly attes
ted aecorienig to law.
WML UERP>ERT, A dm'r.
ALL thiose hiaving dI mnds against the Estate
. of Ahncer V. White, deceased.are requtested
to. preseiit ihceme propierly attested, and those in
deted to meake payimeiit.
dOHN UrILL, Admi.
A pril 29. If 1
G .-RI D E S EE D8.
-ST r.eevedl the largesct supplhy of GAR
.1 D EN SEEi1)s ever olered for sale in this
plae.. Warranted to be fresh andi of sutperior
quaity. Papuers libelled with directions for cul
tivaiiim. A descriptive Catalogue will be fur
isheed gratis to thtose who purchase. For sale
by G. L. PE~NN, Agent.
'Dec. 21, 1850 tf 49
rplHlE POST OFFiCE REGULATIONS do
no.eit requ ire P'ostumister~s to openc for the de
livery of N ewspapers ande Letters, on Stundays t
the puhleie are, thereforete, respectfuelly inuformed
that the Post Office at this place will noet be open
edl in the futuire, on Sundays, for the delivery of
Ltters and Papers.
G. L. PENN, P. M.
D)e.12. if 47
NO *iT I CE.
ALOT of NEW FEATHERS for sale.
SA pply to B. C. Bntix.N.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership
O UK connection in the Mercantive Business,
was di.solved .t the first instant, by mutual
consent. Those indebted to the Firm, will please
to iake early paymtenit. A. BLAND,
W. P. BUTLER.
January 10, 1851.
A G~rsi e awl o
T AVING disposed of my interest in the
.I lercantile Business to Mr. W. P. BUTLER,
I beg to return my sincere thanks to my friends
and the community, for the very liberal patron
age extended to us during our association, and
earnestly bespeak for Mr. BUTLER, a continuance'
of that patrounge. J. A. BLAND.
January 10, 1851.
H AVING purchased of Mr. J. A. BLAND,
il his interest in the late Firm of BL.tsu &
BLTLER, I will continue the business at the Old
Stand, on my own Account, where I shall be
pleased to serve the friends and patrons of the
W. P. BUTLER.
N. B.-T avail myself of this opportunity, to
say to my friends that I fully appreciate their
kindness and liberality, and trtst by strict atten
tion to their interest, as well as my own, to merit
a continuance of their confidence.
W. P. B.
January 10, 1851. tf 52
DR. JOHN C. LANIER, having pernit
nently located at Liberty lill, oflers his
profemsional services to the eitizens of the Village
and its Vicinity, in the PRACTICE of a EDI
CINE, in its various branches.
[Er Offie a Liberty Ilill, where he may at all
times be found, when not.professionally engaged.
January 16, 1851. 3t 52
A LL Persons indebted to me by open account
are respectfully requested to call and settle
them on or before the first of February next, or
I will transfer them indiscriminately.
And all Work done in my shop for the future,
must be paid for on delivery, as I intend positive
ly, to do no more Credit business. I hope there
fore. none will put ne to the unpleasant necessity
of violating my system of business.
11. A. GRAY.
Jan 16,1851. 4t 52
A LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber, or
to JoiN Lyox & Co., are requested to
inake payment immediately, as longer indulgence
will not be given. A portion of the long stand
ing claims will be placed in the hands of S. S.
Tompkins, for oullectiun.
Jan 16, n f 52
LL persons aro hereby forwarned from tra
dingfor a N 'given by John L. & John
Dobv, to B. M. er, Jr., for one hundred
ad ihirty-five dol LAdue the first of January
1852, for a negro 'I (Paton,) as the considera
tinn of the same 1.. pg failed. We are deter
ined not to pay note, uldess compelled by
law. JO L. & JOHN DOBY.
Jan 16 1851 e tf 52
A TL Persons e not paid th-.ir COM
POgl D .f -Ans year,- ar's
uested tom te payment.
. RA Y, Marshall.
IiHESusoiN'Rfrs fejule that exdillent
..tract of land whereozAdieow resides, sit
ated in ,thiu Distrl is heMartintown- and
KeyRooslMan elodi Iamtb-urg,, and
eleven frodsiEd6J ' urt Ilouse-contammg
five hundred an 1560) acres.
Said lands arel ealthy locality, well water
ed with excellent ings of water. Attached
to the premuises ate nt good Gin-House and Screw,
with all othter improvements, necessary for farm
ng purposes.NIIO ~U E1R
Jan 9, tf 5
T HE Undersigned will sell at public Attetion
at Edgefield Court Ilouse ont the tir-t Mltn
day in Febrtuary ttext, hmv order of the C(ourt of
E ity, a N EG RO WO.\MAN namted Mlinty,.
aott 24 years old, belonging to Fratnces II.
Blakstone, their ward.
TEass-TheV Cost of the proceedings in
Equity. to he paid itt Cash, and thte bancee of
purhase motney, on a credit ttntil thte 25th D e
een.ber next, with, note atnd two approved sttreties.
.JONA TIIA N TCAY L..
Guardian in right of his Wife.
Jan 10 3t 52
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JTOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whlereas, Silas Lanier, hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on atll and
sinulatr the goods antd ebattles, rightis and
ereilits of Martha Hll, late of the District
Thlese. are' therefore. to cite and atdmonish
ll and sitnu htr, the kintdred atnd creditors of
tte sa.id deceaised, to be and appeaur before me,
at our next. Ordir.ary's Court for the said Dits
trit, to be holdetn at Edgefield Court Hlouse,
on thme 2'7th day of January inst, to show
cause, if any, why the said Administration
shotld not be granted.
Given under my hatnd and seal, thtis thte
3th day of January in the year of our
Lord one thtousand eight htndred and lifty-one
and in the seventy-lifth year of American In
dependence. J N IL .l..
January 16, 1851 St 5
GREAT SALE OF BOOTS & SHOES
AT COST FOR CASH
Tp ilE subscriber htas on
.Lhand, and from thte
Ibest Mlatnufacturers, the
largest Stoek of BOOTS.
and Si1(O S ever ofyered for sale in this Mlarket,
atd suited for the 'Winter.
Gentlemen can purchtase fine French Calf
Skin Boots, and also thick Boots and Shoes.
Ladies':mahoes and very ueatsilk gaiters, Miisses
and ('hildrens do. Boys and Ch~ildrens Boots
tnd Shtoes, itn great variety ; and in order to re
dtc my Stock. I will for four weeks sell for cost.
Being purchased on favorable tertms, the low pri
es will surprise purchasers.
Call and see, at the Boot and Shoe. Store of
Nov 28 1850 tf 415
D AVID M!ALL, living near the old Charles
ton Road, about thtree miles Northt of A ikent,
tolls bejore me a simall BAY IIORSE, with a
star in'his forehtead ; left fore foot whtite. Sup
posed to be six or seven years old. A ppraised
at Forty-ive (845) dollars.
SA MUEL POSEY, M. E. D).
Nov. 21, 1850. 4tm 47
J UST received an other latrge supply Letter
and Fools Cap Paper-, which is offered for
sale at very low prices..
G. L. PENN, AoENT.
n-n~ 21850 tf 27
T IlSINSTITUTION opened on Monday,
the 13th instant, with the followin; Corps
Ma. R. I. NICHOLLS, General Instructor in
Science and Literature.
Mrs. S. M. NICHOLLS, Instructress on the
Piano, in Singing and Embroidery.
Miss L.\URA BARTLETT, Instructress on
the Piano and the Harp, French,. German,
Drawing and Painting-.
Aiss FR A NCIS IAR!RINGTON, Instructress
on the Piano and the Guitar, Oil Painting and
Miss ELIZA PELOT, Instructress in the Pri
Catalogue of the Pupils, Patrons, Terms, Con
ditions, &e., may be obtained by application, by
mail or otherwise, to the Principal and Pro
ROBERT 11. NICHOLLS.
Jan 1G, 3t 53
10' Hamburg Republican and Southern Bap
tist, will copy three times.
Cokesbury Female Institute,
rT IIS SCHOOL, which has been in success
lful operation during the present year. under
the direction nf a very competent corps of Teach
ers, will be resumed, the first school day in Feb
Mr. F. A. CONNOR, Principal; and Mr J.
1I. STOKES, Assistant; have given satisfaction
to the numerous friends and patrons of the lusti
tution, nndl we only ask for them a trial.
The Musical Department is under the control
of Mrs. CONNOR, who will be assisted by com
petent Teachers, and we feel assured will give
Notwithstanding the high price of provisions,
and produce generally, the rates of Board and
Tuition are nnelanged. Board, $8 per month,
inuding fuel and wasihig. Rates of Tuition
for three Classes, 8, 12, andl $16 per Session.
Latin, Greek, French, &c., Extra.
Persons dehiring particulars, will be furnished
with a circular of the School, on application to
B. Z. IIERNDON, Sec'ry.
Jan. 2 Im 50
Edgelield l1ale Academy.
1111E exercises of this Institution will be re
E sumed on the First Monday in January of
the ensuing vear.
Students can here become thoroughly acquaint
ed with the Latin and Greek languages.
Young inen prepared for any Class in College.
The English Department will not be neglected.
Terms per quarter of eleven weeks, 5, 7 or $9,
according to studies pursued.
T. 11. JOHNSON, RueCTOr.
Dee. 12, 1550. tf 47
C. M. GRAY,
Of Company A,, 1st Regiment
U. S. A.
Greeting sends to those who pay,
And ask not for another day,
To settle up for Beef.
Be it known~ for your relief,
The Bas.z. is still .to he the sign;
That joint, otr round, or tender loin,
And Mutton too-may all be thine,
If you will only pay,
Three months benec, from this day.
C. M. GRAY.
January 1, 1S51.
De it Known,
ON thiis day, that OL D GR AY, of Company
- A., is transterr'ed from-the UT. S. Army, to
the Bloody T th Reiment, S9. C. M., and will
act as Comis'sary 'for the Village of Edgefield
umd Vieinity, in purchatsing ALL1 the UEEVES
and 5IEEP in thme District.
OLD GRAY, Conm'y. A., S. C. M.
January 1, 1851. 5t 51
pDEMAINING in the Post Oflice at Edge
b lield C. II., Januairy hst 1851.
Ahney, E. P. 1Imtnmond, Joshua
Bolton, Wm John~son, Green
Bu trnam, Stusanah Kemp, A.
Bush, Ed ward Milliehumnp, E. HI.
Crouch, J1. Esq. Noble, Johnm
Cooper, J. W. &~ Co. Owensley, Frances
Corder, John II. Omstead. Henry.
Free, Z. W. Petrie, Geo. or Heirs
Fierewle, P'rof. MI. 2.Power, John
Graham, S. B. Patterson, Suisan
Gl~ver, John Randaull, John RI.
Gatrrett, Wmn. Rearden, George
Green, G. F. Roper, Freemn
lIhoies, Wille~s. Leopatrd, David & Wmn
lailton, Lucinda Sullivan, E. 0.
Iimilton, J. W. Sims, S. F.
Hhipsher, Henry Starke, R. 0.
Hill, W. H. Talor, James't
G. L. PENN, P. M1.
Jan 0 1851 3t 51
LL those indebted to the estate of Joseph
Ii Morris, dee'd., are requested to paty up
forthwith, and those having any dlemands against
said estate, will present them properly attested.
SA RA U MORR IS, Ex'ix.,
E. MORRIS, Ex'or.
Jan. 9, 1851. 4t 51
NO TI CE.
L TL persons indebted to Henry II. IHill, by
1Note or book account, are requested to
miake immediate payment, as lunger indlulgence
cannot be given.
JAMAES CRESWELL, Asignee.
Nov. 28 1850) tf 43
T HOSE indebted to the Estate of Martin
Posey, dee'd., are requested to mnake inuine
diate paymienit. and all thtose having demands to
dresct'thetm properly attested, to mte, on or be
fore the first of Jatnuary next, or thtey will be
SA MUEL POSEY, Admn.
Jute 19, 1850 tlf 22
T SALL~ proceed to sell or hire at Edlgefield
Court H-ouse, on Monday the 3d of February,
TWELVE LIKELY NEGROES,
belongiig to the Estate (of JIohn F. Martin,, de
ceased. Trerims made known, on the day of sale.
JOh N HllLT, Admn'r.,
Withs thc wcill annexed.
Jan 16, 1851. 3t 51
UST Received, a large supply of good, clean
e Brown Sugar ; Rio and .Javo Coff'ee, Loaf,
Crushed and Powdered White Sugar. superior
A pple Vinegar, Cheese, Crackers, Smoked Beef,
Smioked beet Tongues, Bock Wheat l' lour, N ew
rop Raisins and Ahnionds, Fr.-sh itiCe. Also,
Black and Green Teas, (If superior quality. For
Sale by C. L. PEN N, Agent.
noe -. 1er~P tf .1,
T IIE Subscribers have this day formed a Co
partnership, for the practice of
ffledici4ne, iurefery & Obstetrics.
Cases in charge of either of them will receive
the attention of the other, when necessary, with
out additional charge.
0' Office at oar Drug Store.
E. F. TE AGUE, M. D.
A.G. T EA G UE, M. D.
Edgeftld C. U., January 1, 1851.
DE N TIST RW.
'1HE Undersigned also takes this method of
T.informing his friends and the public, that
when not engia1d in attiliin to the other
branchcs of the Profession, he will take pleasure
in rendering his services to those who may favor
him with their patronage, in another very impor
tant branch of the Profession, DENTAL SUR
A. G. TEAGUE, M. D.
Edgenleld C. IT., Jan. 1, 1851. ly 50
T IIE Subscriber has this lay associated with
hinself in his business, Dr. Joun E. LEWIS
and Mr. N. H. CHASE.
The Business will hereafler be condueted urn
der the name and firm of Rt. 31. Fr-LMn & Co.
R. M. FULLER.
January 1, 18-i. tf 50
Y Strict attention to business, and the ex
B trenely LOW PRICES at which we will
sell our Goods, we hope our friends and the
public will continue to bestow their patronage,
which was so liberally extended to R. M. Fvr.
LEia, at the " Old Stand."
R. 31. F. & Co.
Liberty Hill, J.an'y 1, 1851. tf 50
P URSUANT to an Act of the General As
PLsembly at its last Session, to provide fur
the appointnent of Deputies to a Southern Con
gress, and to call a Convention of the people of
this State: Public notice is hereby given, that
an clection will be held in the ditferent precincts
in Edgetield District, on Monday, the 10th of
February next, and the day following, for seven
])elegates to a State Convention, to be assen
bled in the Town of Columbia, as provided by
The Polls will be opened at the following places.
by the Managers of Elections. appointed at the
late Session of the Legislature, viz:
At Edgefteld Court )Ious.-R. T. Mims,
Jas. griffin, jr., .lohn A. Bland.
At Ligminire's.-G. II. Teldell, Wiley Tim
mernian ad J. Anderson.
At Ridge.-L. B. Loutt, Abner Atbill and
At Collier'.e.-Joseph Bussey, P. I. Elam
and S. Broailwater.
At Chcrokee Ponds.-Wm. Lanham, James
Curry and Edmund Morris.
At Pine louse.- P. IP . Kirksey, G. W.
Jones and L. 3. Wever.
At Towics'-O. Towls, Iliram May and Geo.
W . llollowa .
At Dunton's-Benjamin Strom, John 'Moss
and -John Cheatham.
At Shepherds.-Ceorgc J. Shepherd, Sebron
Stalunaker and D. W. Devore.
At Smiley's-M. Corley, W. Adams and D.
Ai .Jamburg.-W. W. Sale, Wm. Spires and
B. S. Dunbar.
At Mount Wiling.-A. Simkmq. Manchester
Padgett and Vastine Ilurlong.
At Richardson's.-George Strother, John M.
Witt and James Richardson.
At Coleman's.-Ira Cromnley, A. HI. Coleman
and M. W. Clarv.
At Park'.-Thomas Chamberlain, jr., W. L.
Parks and G. W. Nixon.
At Perry's.-L. T. A bney, J. M. Abne
At Moore'.-William P. Andrews,- 1
Mrtin and Willis Ross.
A t Shatterfield..-Wlliamn Quattlebum,.
Miller and J. Sntelgrove.
A t Allens.-W. N. Turner, Riussel E
amd Thomas Jonmes.
A t Oraniterille.--S. Wise, JTamnes Powel
At Nai's.-James T. Gardner, John Ev
and Ulriek Reddiek.
At Dorn's.-J. Dora, Marion Dean and Al
A: liatchers--Wm. IT. Zour, WV. G. Turner,
A: Boulwar'.-J. Eidson, Jacob Lagrone
ad William M\erchant.
A t Red Hill.-J. M1. Clarke, Lee Hlolston and
D. E. lHussy.
At Rnc/el's.-J. Blackwell, E. Robertson
and .J. Freemtan. Sr.
AtRiinchart's.-E. West, Frederick Kinard
and II. lize-r.
At Wh~ites.-Mlark 1B. Whittle, Arthur M1.
Warren and Caleb Watkins.
AtilHtrard's.-William T. West, John Tal
bert anid Hkartlev M1. Mhartin.
Box at Kreys8 to be ch4anged to R. Lybrand's
-11. Kreps, Levi Lybrandi,~.Ioseph P.Cunllamn.
Box at Loing's--l iscontinned.
The Election to be held two dlays at each plaice.
Mnagrs to meet at Edgetield Court hlourse on
Wednesday following, count the votes, and de
lare the Election. hllkoigyrcieai
If atny Manershlknwnlreivan1
legal vote, or sha~ll refnse to receive a legal one,
or shall netglect or refuse to attendl to the election,
or shluml count the bamlliu:s before the proper time,
or at any other than thme propehr place, lhe shall be
liable to' penalties. A . A. 1716, 3d Stat. 689,
and A . A. 17:21, 3d Stat. 138, atnd A. A. 1759,
4thm Stat. 10l0t.
M ainaiers arec authorized to admitnister oatths
and exarmiine witnesses, to itainitaitn orde-r and
realarity at the pruds : anul by order in wvin
(directed1 to the Sheriff. Constable, or special
Depty,) to cotnunit to jail foir one day, anty per.
son whio refuses to obey the lawful conmnmands o
the Managers, or shall distutrb their proceedings.
A. .\. 1531, 6 Stat. 4l2.
Polls to be opened at 9 o'clock, A. M., and elo
sed at 41 o'clock P. M., with convenient iuitervals.
rTe box, vessel, or bag to be sealed up whben the
plls are closed, and not to be opetted except t
receive votes the~ second day, anid to countt the
votes at the regular time and place. A. A. 1 72,
3d, Stat. 136.
Resolved, That it shall be the special duty oi
the Manntgers to report to the Solicitors all viola
tiots of the election law, and all eases of bribery
atnd corruption, and to use their best efforts tc
britg the oflfenders to justice.
Resolved, rTat the Managers of Elections
prior to their proceeding, do take thte following
oath or alflirmiatioin before sonme Magistrate-, or onc
of the Matiagers of Election,, to wit : " That tlicy
will faithfully and impartially carry into executior
the foregoing Elcectis. agreeably to, the Consti
tution of the Statte of Souith Carolina.
Int all eases whtere the qtuestioni of citizeniship i,
o be mmade, and the Managers are satisfied thta
there :are good~ grounids for sneh qutestioni, the only
evietce that will be received of the facet is thu
ertificate of citizenishiip ; or, where thtat is lost o1
mislaid, the certificate of the Clerk oft the Coturt
where the party was made, taken from the Re
cords of the Court.
R. T. MIMS, Chairman.
Jan. 16, ______ 3t
.wi \//\FEET OF LUMBER. fo
150,000 sale, near the Columutbia an
Augusta Road. two itiles East of the Pitn
House, at my Mills.
Bills delivered, if desired, any idistance.
J. L. hILL.
January 9, 1850. tf 51
Garden k F lower Seeds!
UST receive1 a large assortment, warrante<
t FRESil atnd GEN UINE, and for sale a
the Drug Store, of
E. F. & A. G. TEAG'UE.
Jan,,, ';t 51
ITHIS INSTITUTION, two miles west of
Cambridge, will be opened on' theseou [
Monday in January 1851, under .the superma
tendence of Mr. GEORGE E. LE
Graduate of the South Carolina College;
lie comes well recommended by Mr. J
SnunRaev, who prepared him for College, su&.
also by some of the Professors of that Institution..
Those who have Sons or Wards to ed'uteit
counl probably, not do better than to place them
at this Institution, where all the branches neces
sary to prepare themn for College, or for the busi
ncss of life will be taught.
Terms per Session of Ten MRonths.
For the Elements. including Reading, Writing
and mental exercise in A rithmetic, .$12 00
For the above, with English Grainniar,
Geography. Arithmetic, Algebra, Go
onetry, Chemistry. &............ 8 00
For the above with Latin and Greek... .28 00
Board can be had on reasonable terms.
Dr. R. C. GnWFIN, Tuos. CnATRAX Esq.
Capt. Wit CARTER. W. N. Mooqs7.
Capt. P. McKELLER. J. W. CUn.us, Esq.
Jan.9, 2t 51
hose Coltage Academy.
T11HE TRUSTEES of this Institution, have
I rcettly built a neat and commodious house,
upon a beautiful site, and employed B 'M. a
BLOCKER, Esq., to take charge of tho'same.
They have satisfaetory asmurances that he is emni
nently qualified to teach.
TERms PrR QUARER -
For the Elementary Branches,...... $3 00
Fuor English Granimmar, Geography, &6., 4 00
For the Classics,.................... 8 00
Good Board can be had in the neighborhood
at r86, per month.
As is usual in Academies, no Scholar will be
taken for a less time than a Quarter, though de
ductions will be made for sickness.
E. M. BOYD,
M. W. ABNEY,
JOHN LAKE. -2
January 9, 1651. - 4t - 52
GREEN WOO), ABBEVILLE DIST. S. C.
(A Classical and Military Academy for
T HE next session of this Institution will com
mence on the first Monday in January 1851.
The chial department will be.under the imme
diate supervision of Mr. HENRY HOLTZ
CLAW, A. M., an accomplished scholar and an
Pres'nt and Professors of Mercer University Ga.
Rev. .. L. Reynolds, Pres. Georgetown Col. Ky.
lion. Thos. Stukes and lion. W. C. Dawson, Ga.
The English and Mathematical department,
will be under the supervision of Mr. James A.
Walker, a graduate of tio Citadel Aeam-y,
Charle-ston. Un-ler bis direction the- Students
will be taught civil engineering, and receive as far
is practicable, a scientilie and military education,
conftirnable to the plan adopted in the Citadel
A. WALLER, Gen'l. Ag-t B. T.
Dee 19 1850 4t 48
Y Virtue of sundry writs of - -.
to me directed, I shall procce
dgefield Court House, on the fi
n February next, the followin -
the followine +,-o - -
Rutha Lowe, and others. T
B Y virtue of an order from Joli Hill, Esgq
Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shanl
proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House on
the first Monday in February next, the lands
belonging to the estate of John Lowve, dec'd.,
situated in the District and State aforesaid,
containing two hundred acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of Benj. Barton, John
Price and others.
Said land will be sold on a credit of
twelve months, the purchaser giving bond and
two approved securities, and a mortgage of
the prmie to the Ordinary, to secnre the
purha~se money. Costs to be paid in cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
JTan 10 3 te 52
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B. MIims, G uardian,
Henry L. Brown, and wife
YWVitue fa re from JohnHi,
I)Esq. Ordinary of Edgefield Distriet, I
shall proceed to sell at Edffefeld Court House
on the first Monday in 'ebruary next, the.
lhids belonging to the above pairties, con
taining four acres more or less, situate in the
District anid State aforesaid, near the Town
of Aiken, and bounded by lands of John
Banskett and others.
Said land will be sold on a credit of twelve
months, the purchaser giving bond and two
approved securities, amnd mortgage of -the
premises to the Ordinary to secure the pur
ebase money. Costs to be paid cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
Jan. 10 3te ii . 52
I MMEDIATEX an accomplished gentleman
to take charge of Mv. Esox AcaDIX. .
A pply to M. W. CLARY,
WM. STROTH ER,
Cokleman's X Rloods, Jan 9, 4t .51
A young negro woman and child.
do do do seamstress, washer, -
trchler aiid ironer. A t private sale, apply to
4. A. ADDISON, Ex'rs.
E. J.M MIMS
Jan. 6th 1S51.
Boarding for Young Ladies.
T1 HlE Subscriber will accommodate with board
Iing, ten or twelve Young Ladies.. Is
H ouse is roomy and pleasantly situated, conveni
et to the Female Academies. Parents and
Guardians may be assured that every attentiott
necessary will be paid to Girls committed to his
care. EDMUND PENN.
P'osit ive Notice,
IS HEREBY GIVEN to all those indebted
.to the undersigned, cit her by note or o eni
acount, dte the first ot JIanuary 1851, and pre
vious, that are not settled by the 10th of FebrU-C
Iary next. will find their accounts and notes int
the hands of an Attorney, for colleetion;,f~rl
owe money and must pay mn debts.
Jan. 9, 5t . 51