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THE LAW OF COLORED SEAMAN IN SOUTH
Some time ago we calleda attention to certain
caises instituted in our Courts, for the purpose ot
testing the validity of our laws relating to
colored seamen. At that tine, we were led to
Wetieve tihat the opinion of the Cabinet at Wash.
ito was .adverse to the law of South Carolina.
nrid that the eases, for testiag its validitv, were
commenced with the approbation of lte Cabi
net. Whether or not this impres-ion be correct,
it. is certain that some of the defenders of the
administration have heretofore taken ground
against our law, and the adiniistration itself
has done nothig to prevent this interference
of Great Britain with our police regulations.
It Rmst he well known to Mr. Fillmatoreaud his
eonstitatitral addvisers, tiat the British. Ctmeul
at Charkston, under cover of a treaty of Great
Britain with the United States, denies our right
to exetnle, from our ports, certnin piersons
whose presence we rerard ras dangerons to us,
and that the process of the Federal Caouart las
been used to test the question, in the forin of
anaction for tresspass, against the Sheritf if
Charleston Distriet. The case progresses in
the form if a private suit, lint no cnitecalment
is made of the tlet that it is no private matter.
On the contrary it is oipenly presaled by Mr.
Mathew, n. i.s Consul, as an allair (if State.
Under these ciraimstances, the silence and non
interference or Mr. Fillhore's Administration
have reasonably led to the conelusiin, that it
favored the movement of the British Consul,
and doubts the righat of this State, to make her
own police regulatons, of the necessity of which
she alone is to judge. Such at. least, has been
our opinin, of the, poemsrit of tle Adiniistra-.
tion, and ainy others of our citizens have con
enrred in it.
But the Cuban authorities lave raised a ques
ten supposed to be similar to that which is in
ssue here, and the neeessity of taking position
irpon that quetcstiri h. us so- pre_-sed upon the
Washington Cabinet, that its opiinions and
policy must now lie deelared to the country.
In this new juncture, the Vashjington Reptblie,
Mr. Filltore's organ. rores owt. Iitiy it favor
of our law, and jileads it :as n precederrt ;n jnsti.
fication of the Spanish authorities in thtir ex
elusion of the Cresaent City, from the port of
I Havan. The fiillow' i g i. lie stron-e m-. _ phaIte
langnage of the Republie, tupon this question.
What publicist-what mnana of commotaan senase
--denies to a coan~ry thte right ot enraeting anad
enforcing such paolice regulatiaons as its rulers
mony deem anecessairy to its penrce or srafety ?
Frnne, itn seasons of doimestie troubfe-~a. decrees
that eertrtin sssspaeted individluals and classes
shall not croass lher bounaries: anal neithaer
Ledru Rollin flor Louais Blrane questionas haer
right to do *~s, however little they relish the
haardshaip it occasions. Wheaan Iref~md w::s int a
state of itncipientt rebelliusn, Englanid .ecizel and
'east into prison Aineriennt citizens whlo w~ere
suspected of fomenting mischief; and thotugh
Mr. Bancroft remnonstratead agninost the haardihne ss
of the proceerdinag, aneither lie tnor Mr. Butchanratn,
the thten Secretary of State, disputted thec right
an which it rested. .it thils mnomtent South
Carolinia asserts her rights tao hiolad in duress
coloiread subjects aof Britaini enteringa Chaarlestont
harbor int British vessels; not beenuse they have
committed felainy, btut baeenuae thecir ciilair
biringws thiem withini the~ irage of police provi
sions, wicih the loent nuthtoritias thld tai be es
snatiail to the goaod orater of the ciy. Still
more : Sou th Crarolinra and Louiiatna eriien rand
enaforee thle righat of imaprisoning-nttd, tundaer
certain contitngenciaes, selinrar-.coloareda citizetns
of Bostont, New York, or Phiiladelphitl , srailing
as servants (in board of amerchantat ships or
steamers, wheaan thaey trespt is agaitnst ltenh lawvs ;
laws noat levelled nagnitst thteft or adrnamkeniness
aor riot, but simptlly ragnintst thae piresetnce.ita pa~r
tieanlar ciretasrtnces. of fret-ecolaored itndiviadutals
-Sutrely, thetn. the right concerated to Englnand
in times aif peril, anad exertaed eena naow by
France rad hv strates of this Unitn. nmav with.
mat impahrapriety he clnamed byv Sprain, *rtnd be
exercised by hear in anty ptreenuationary maeasutres
she ttmay adopt to mraiaatain hter colontiat posses
sions itntniet. It is the ri~hat or self defence~ ratd
nothaing maoire. 1t Ctuba, hauvintg a d.isnat'eetead
populatiain amongsZ.t thae Craeules, be mtentancedi
by orgniized bodies itn the United Strates, her
government is elenurly juastilledl in adelaring who
shrall and whao shrall not be permitted to band
upon her shortes ; rad t his coutlry has no groundae
of offence if one or anothter of~ otr citizens be
excluded by the rarratngemetnt lthuts devised.
Thus, it is, that ra relnaetrant admtinistration.
when forced by otutwaurd pressure, rat Iast yield<
a tardy. unwillinag assent to the validity of our
ktiv. Thist being~ the second rudmtinistrration
whiceh ha-s so decided, we tmtay now rest a-stared
thant the table and lenrned oipintiean of Juidge
Blerrien, then Untitedl States Attaorney Genaeraul,
was sound law, and, as sucha, it will be sustnained
by the country.
But though wie hiold than positiona of the Re.
public to be sounda, we, by- no mea~ans, aset to.
theeconchusion- whticha it adr.aws frotta it. Ouar
precedent wonfd justify the Sp-miish nutthorities
in exeluding- from their potrts, rany cahss of ouar
estizens, such as our nrtlurahizead Creoles, whai.ne
presence there might be regarded as dantgerotus
to the puiblic peace; it might event justify thtemt
in excluding an individutaal, and itt subtjecting
hn to restratint, if lie should Persist ini enterinag
their poets after notice ntot to, do so. But it
cannot uphtold thiem in excludinig the vessel
which carries him, or ini.reftusintg ta nstuspeeted
passenges~s, the :ighat to ttler, merery because
they happen to-arrive ina a vessel which has a
suspected person on bonard. Southa Carolinna
imprisons thae colored pierons who enter her
ports contrary to law ; b~ut she does nait suabject
the vessels in whaich they comet to atty restraitt
whatever. The othter pasn~es anad crew, are
received as in other cases, anad only the individ
ual, whose presence thec lawv forbids, is subject.
ed to that rest:-aitt which is supposed to be
necessatry to her srafety. Hecr couarse, therefore,
is no precedent or justifienttion for that of thae
Span'sh athlorities at Cubhia. Bitt the positiona
which our Crabitnet has taken uplonl that quies
tion, clearly mraint'ains the validity of our aw,
and leaves the adminaistrnation without excnse,
for its silence andt influmence, uaader thae annoy
anees to which thec authtorities of ouar State have
been su.bjeeted, (in defence of this ntow nae
knowledged nationl right.)
SARDIES-The editor of thae Manchester
Mirror says, fromt personal knowledage, thaat the
Bay of Monterey, Cialiforntia, is literalthy filled
with this dehiciotis fish. They are said' to be
found there in greater abundance thann in any
other part of the world. They tare to be fotund
niQokly at Monterey, but in nall thte still waters
on the coast fronm P'anamna to Oregon..
'THE CHALLENoE AcCeEPTED.--A Misasisasippi
Poultry improver, brags of a hen that, fromn the
first ofJanuary to the tenth of July, laid 108
eggs ;,hie challenges South Carolina to Yaeat it.
MrJ. H, Kaldb, of our city, neocepts. thin ahl
lenge. One of his heats, from the first of
January. to. the tenth of September, laid 138
eggs, ind hatohed two broods of chickens.
This boats the Mississippi fowl; all holow.
Fromt the Correspondence of the Char. Courier.
WASINGTON, Nov. 14.
The tone of most of the newspapers, in re
gard to the Cuban question, is very moderate
and guarded. But, it is generally considered,
also, that, in regard to the Case of the Cornelia
and the Crescent City, the Cub:tn authoriies
took a harsh and irritating course, althoutigh thev
might have acted within the bounds of strict
legal rights. The questions which have thus
been inade are not yet settled, and the position
taken by this Admninicrution in regard to theam
is as yet unknown. The delay is occasioned by
the fiet that the subject is a m-itter of negotia
tion with the Home Government.
The Spanish Government will do well to ad.
just the matter in a manner as little embarrass
ing to our commerce or irritating to the Ameri
eae people, as possible. If they Insist upon the
exclusion of mmarcltai vessels femni their ports.
as well as persons suspected of designs hostile
to the Government of !te 1.!!m!, ih will create
much ill-feeling on tle part (of our peolple, and
promote the views of that class of persons, not
now numerous, in the United States, who mnty
be irtent on revolutionizing Cuba.
The language of the Londun Times on this
subject appears to have irritated our press very
much. The TineN asstmes that. the ilbusters
are in the aseendency here,and that we are about
to invade, revolutionize, and annex Cuba ; and
it threatens us, thereupon, with the cotumbied
resi-tance of England, Spaii and France.
It is far fron being tru- that the Lone Star
order enbraces a large portion of the conmttuni
tv. New York i. the head qutarters of the order,
aid, in New Orleans, it. may be also well organ
ized. But, with the exception of a comparative
ly smalfmldref not very hifluential biody of men,
in the targe-t ie, there iirein few tiliburster.4 in
the United States. It was easy to see, however,
in New York, and other Northern cities Iately, a
tendene towards the assumption of a strmonger
tone on this sitject. A spirit of national aver
.ion and of 'counercial interest, were both
arotaed against the Cuban authorities by the ex
clusion of the Crescent City, and her m:ail and
pas .sengerm, front the port or Havana. Tei
Spanish Goverinment cannot take and hold the
position, and exercise the right thus aussumed ,
without giving ot1enee to American lpride, snd ir
ritating the poputlar feeling.
The decision of Judge Pavne, inl the case of
tie Virginia Slaves, livolve new and importam
considerations; and at a time when the public
mind was mtire excitable than at present, it
might reate mnh irritatiom on tle part of' the
South. But, on the contrary, there is prevelent
at least a dispo,-ition to sean Judge Piyne ' s ar
gunent, and the result is a genieral repudiation
of his opvinion. Upon a review bey thee Court of
Appeals, it is more than probab!e liat the
opiiion will be reversed.
The owners of these slaves, eight ine number,
young an1d old, were Mr. and Mrs. AmLiion ,
and they, k seecm, necomipianied by the slaves,
were removing from Georgia to Texas, and,
from convenience or nece.-itv, proeceded to
New York in a vessel, w here the sves were to
be trainsshiipped for Texas. The slaves were in
the port of New York, ci route from one slave
State to anotier. Judge Payne, settitig aside
theopilnis given in the Illinois and Iindian
c:s1S, which recoegni7ed a right (if iranit of
slave property, frotm one slave State to another,
through a free State, on the principle of smnity
between States of the Usion, decides that
slaves are not property, and if brought, for any
purprse, wkhin the jutrisdictionu of New York,
a re, therefore, free.
The Government of tIe United States hans
held a very differenat. doectrinie on this rubject, ini
regard to cises ari.,ing between powers aliena to
each other. Ia the Amisteaid case, the slaves
wvere broumght jin our jurisdictioin as pirates,
and they wvere set free, and sent to Liberia. Thme
Spianishi Governmuent ma~de a deniand for remit
nierationt to their owners who wvere Spaniiisht sub.
jects, atnd this Government recogiiized tihe ijus.
tiee of their elaka~r for indemnaeity, and called
tiponi Congres~ repe~atedly for ane uippropriation
to pay the samce. A bill to paiy tihe aemount,
pcassed the Senate tat the last session, it the
Creole :and othier caises, vessels conveying slaives
from one Sotuthern port to another, were driven
by stress of' weathecr. or byv other eniuses, inuto
ports of the Bahamas and otheer islands, and! thce
slaves were then made free by thme local sauthcori
ties. It wviii be recolhlectedt hoiw strowgly .Mr.
Calhoun nrged the right of the owncers to ini
dlemnilty in these cases. Mr. WVebster, who
lead pereceded Mr. Upshtur and Mr. Calhoun, as
Secretary of~ State ini the Tyvler Cacbinef, hamd
also nrged the rights ofl the skave-owners inc
these cases. Every considerationa of smaify,
due fromn onie state to anotlher of tis Ucnio,
would( tnd to the reversal of .Jndge Payne's
LATE INTELLIGENCE FROM HAVANiA.
The Savannmal Georgin ofl Ike 1ithi inst.,
sayvs: 'I lie steamship isabe'l, wvithmtails andtc
passencgers front llavana, touched toll tl~is po~rt
durinig Wedncesda~y night. I lavana~ paper, coni
tainc nothing of' interest. A pazssenager whoie
landed here, brocughct a report that while te
Isabel wias yet in sight of Ilavania, ceominig off,
the Crescent City wtas seenm appiroachinag thce
city, anid that a spanmish war sloop eel 3:1 guns
anud a steatm f'rigate were in mtiontica to interceptl
ler. What the result was, Capt. Rollitts didi
ntot so far gratify the curiosity of hitelf and
paseners as to await to iearni.
It woeuld resaliy seem that the Spanish auithiori
ties are benit ont' bringing abiout their own de-.
strucit-Most f'orcibly are we reumndetd of
thce oeld proverb:
"Quem Deus v'uI perde'ra," 4-ec. Just at the
timte when the temost cautiona, foerbeatrace, anti
kindness towards the Uniitted Staites. eamn hiardhy
prevenit the Ameeriena f'romi wtrestiung theu Isand
froma Spsin, lher bestetted, dhemented olicials sire
doinug their utmost to bring nlhiout ii contest
whicht most be fatal to Spc:amish rule.
WVe shalsl await fuirlher intellien~ece freom the
Creseent City', with time keentest saxiety'.
I~tvAstOS OF Ct'nA.-A letter in the New York
Times from Ilnvana, experes~es flee coidh'et
beliet' that say privatte expedition thast mig'ht
attempt a new invasiona of' Cnhai, would mewet
withm spe'edy antd entire destructiont, TJhere sire
now ini comifioniea ont sttiont six or seven war
stenmuters, ail built ini Eeigland, and of the
highest qtalitit's as vessels of wsar, sand five or
six more sire ailso in process of conlstrnetionee in
Engisand, deslinaed for the samue service. The
military force cn the Island exceeds 3J000 meni
all well disc'iplined and thonrougly equippjed, snd
thee police system puts the Govermnenit in in
stanet possessioni of ev'ery miovemetnt by whaicha
its saflety is threatenied. The sanme writer states
that Mr. Georg~e law is regarded by the Creole
poplulation oh" the Islaind sis a power of the
irst rantk among thee naitiotns of flee esarthi.
Loo OUT FOR A SWIxom.ER.-A nman calling
himsel' D. S. Kingi, frcm Ohio, enilled at one.
of our hotels ont Sundamy last, just before the
departure of the Southern Stage, drivinag a
horse satd btuggy. He stauted that lie wished to
go to Charleston to mneet a piarter of his, who
land taken mules to Macon and Savsimnah for
ssil', that lhe wishted his horse to remtaiin utntil lie
returned, in some four or five days, timd ob
tained from thLie proplrietor twentfy doihlars. to be
pid when lee called for his horse ande buggy.
ie sated thaet he haed sol tunics imn the East o'f
North Cairoliins. lie is considerale of sa pli-.
tician, a great friend of Pieree amid King, uad
thaet lhe is cousin to W. R. King, the Vice
It tutrns olut since, that lie lead borrowved or
hired the buggy at Wadesborotughi, to go to
Rockiengheam, stud not returnring at the time sup.
ponted, time ownser, of' the buggy acnd horse
taced hinm to this plnee .:he left Watdesboroughl
without paying his Hotel bill, nnd silso sonie
debts to tho merdcants there. He hans been int
the neighborhood of Charlotte, Wtmdesborough
and Rockinghtam for several days. Sseid King
lft. in the bouthern st age, ssaying hie was going
to Charleston ; he is about 45 years of nige, well
drssed, hsid on a black cloth, eleoak, blsnek
striped pxmts, carries a carpet bag and umubrehlsa.
[Checraw G azette.
Faost Tmxs.-Governor Bell has enlled an
etma session of the Legislature of Texase, to
meet in January next. Pierce and Kinag hav~e a
he.,,y ....jor.;,. i., -r x..
EDGEnIELD, S. C.
WEDNESDAY NOVE31BER 24, 1852.
Wx feel gratifiedi in announcing to tihe public that
Mr. Ai.I)atnc has succeeded in obtaining theservices
of 31r. STt'eKiR.as'Profe.sor of music in hishOanl
ing andi day s.chool. No interrutptiont thmerefore* will he
oceasiomed, inl tiat department, by tile resignation of
Mr. Stnckler coties among us highly recotmentled,
both as a Professor and.a gentlemnan. Ily study, ap
plication anti practice Ie has attained to a degree of
eminence in his professiAin selom equalled in this
country. Indeed we feel satisfied in saying, that Mr.
Stockler is a master of mnuAic, ad quite a proficient
in the art of teaching.
We heartily wih him tant success to which his
worth and ability justly entitle him.
Ti RaoUeait the kindiess of Rev. William .Jlunson
we were, a few days .since, presented with a remarka
lly fine stalk of sugar cane. rhe cane was grown in
thi District. nearnabout a central point from the three
villages-slgefield, Aiken, and Graniteville, being
about ten miles di,.tmut from each.
'is is a ruther unovel production for our land, and
respects great credit ipon its planter. With two or
three stich mena as Mr. Johnson to give us tihe impetus,
Edgeield would no longer he detendent upon other
States frtr two of the most useful articles of consuit
tion. sugar and molasses.
We trust that the above named gentleman will per.
severe in his ciitivation of the sugar cane, and coin
vince his countrymen that their " l'iney Woods" lands
are as great a fortune as could possibly have been
TIlE F.1ARE11 AND PLANTER,
Tt is highly informing and interesting amper reaches
us regularly. freighted its ,;smtal with tihe moist valhmble
matter. We recommend it to our c-itizens, especially
those engnged in agricultural pursuits, anid feel con1fi
dent that it will greatly aid thei in that Imtist diflicult
and imort:mt deparitment of labor.
.A :xrT.:.11i writing from Persia to a friend
in Bioston says, tiat lie comi isioners in that coimn.
try, while prisecuting the labors for which they were
aps;sinted, have discovered tle remiins of the Pitlace
sof Shutsan. The tesselated floor spoiken of tit Daniel
anti Esther, as comiposed of black, red and white mur
ble, has at length imnt th.: eye of the miodern age. Not
far from the Palnee there is a tombi upin which there
is tie Kgtrec of a mian with bith artms bodmi, and by
his side i tremenmlis lioin in the net of springing upoin
hitm. No ot- cntit doubt but that this is intended to
represent lmniel in the lion's den, and tiat lie was
there buri -d.''
g IV' iltr-T communiention by means of tele.
gnraphl has fitnally been opened betw'een L~ondon anti
Paris. The i.amndon News gives a beautiful annotuice
, A con t KsroXmtx-T Of time National InIrli
geecrr layl, thmtt coimmieree not conqtiest is our Impli
ey." lIe thinks that if the valley of time Amazon, in
Soiuth Anmerica. was clearei of reptiles, beasts, &c.,
that it womid lie time greatest agrictumral spot in tie
n% orld. I lis arguients are very plaisible indeed. The
cimate im maid to te miform diring the entire year,
and therehy prtimetiot is greatly facilitated. Itice for
instance, he says, produces ihrty ti one. One bushel
planated int January will y ield at thte enidof five tmothts
iharty, andt att thte dfose of ten months sixteena hunmdred
butshels. A must prodigious anmd lucrative yield.
r~g Qt.sx Vte-ron tI disdainms to accept time leg
acy tof ?3500,000t bequeathed her lay thte old miser
Nieldis. Tme relatives htave conmseqtuetly been adver
igg A x oton L.AD lay time name of Itachiel 3McCart
ntey dietd int heliaghmy, Ireland, a shmort time sincee, who
from hartd fabuor, perseverance aittd miserly economy,
had amassed a cunsitderabale sumt. A few days before
her tdetath site is said to have swallowvetd fifty tnotes of
otne pound eacht, besidtes several goltd cdins. A most
renarkable insitnce of thte "' nuri sacra fames," or
the ruing passion strong int death.
L,2" A MosT savage writer in an Irish paper tie
clares, that lie cani prepare a pint of liquitd, whmichm
heinig placedct in a grenadiesheli anid thrownm ini a bar
ra.tk windowmm, wilt destroy every livinig tieing thmereinm.
Or mf thtrowni in time faie~ of tan enemy, whtether foot
or hotrse, piroviaiedh time windi biuws in thast direction,
wilt utterly paralyze and defeat tem. So we dinal
hatve nmo ftnrtls-r use. of tmusketry, or flyinmg artillery, oir
anmy oter powtder machinme, mnot een oif those " morad
entgitnes whotse rudme thtroats tihe immoartal Jove's diread
clammoutrs coauntreit." Thlis is inideed amn age of prta
gr Mrs. Pia:ner'n saild to be an elegant ands ac
cmpmtiliseidi Lady,- etminently qitmiiiedl to piresidle at time
" Whiite liot..''
Vattrmr.t.n .ScoTT, ime great moilitary chieft aiti ever
iuvinibile ini time field, has at letngthi taetn finaly anmd
badlty dlefeated lby tihe Ilydra headied Demot~cracey, andtt
tnANK t.m NP rEtEcs. altihoughl nt ianfaily declared.
is nevertheless virttnally l're..idenmt elect. With time
defeat mat time fotrtmer thte barighit visimn of mantya r.tvsmr.
itte wh ig hmus lid an td haundredis ha~ve despa~iredl, fir
tie next foaur years at least, of gettinmg their hmands intia
tie pumblic treasutry.
On time ther haund time Demnocrat.e have carriedi time
day lay anm overwh iehmning nm:ajjrity, amd althmoutgh the
Presidential struggle is soer anti time war betweent
whig anid dieimcrat fair a wiie entded, stilt time fiercest
strife is yet raging for partitioin of time Fedieratl offices.
Every demicratt of course thimnks heo is enititled to
patroumage taf hmiim whima lie hmas placed int power.hienice
tie.Spoils Party (hproperiy so calledi) are by far time
It is suppiiosed tlmt4 l'iree receives danily a larger
numer of b-tters thtan lie cottil potssibly read were
his ni hoile titmi' esmiployed int unemi:ptitng it. It was a
sainmg mammng the' ancieetts thmat time womrst aif all tdiathts
was that of beimng readi to death. Wa~t woutltd thtey
have thotight of tht imamnn to whotmm his .Secretatry
coultd nut findt time to coamntmnicate time wiishmes andt
retuests oaf atm over whelminitg ctrrespmonhdence ?
Wae undetlcsandm, however, that among tihe oflices
dute tom real woirthtsmt a ndimrit. thaat of Treasurer wil
be ofyered to .3r Ihumiter of Virginia. No mama, int ur
hnmbtille opinionm, notw livinmg is better calculatedl tin
disharge the ditties of thmis ofice titan time abouve
namedi Getlemnt, nor couldi a nmore faithfmul guardian
of the Treasury be fmound. liis long andi intitae
quaitance witht finamncial colncernts, as wveil as the
markedi abaility wichel ha~s distingtuishmed htis enreer int
that diflicitlt departmetnt, fullty entitle himi to time ar
eptancee or refuasal saf time ofFice of Treasiurer-tmy
we nut trust time fomrtmer!
Fost time last few mnornings thme groud inm this vicin
ity has beemn coveremd withm an exceeding white muanite
of frost. it is really pleasant tto see time appriacht oaf
winter. uidetd we hauve tnevear before wvelcomed time
appearanice of "uldi flyemus' n itht his wintry robes,"
witht half as muchei trtme pleasure amid gratiiicatian as
an time prer-ent occasiomn. Warmt slays intfatt hauve
ben out maf seatsmn ftar several monthtis, and, like all
tiher tinigs onat of time, mire nmut very agreeable. le.
sies tihis, time umusual quanatity anti kindes of fever,
whichm have apeared in our severtal Districts, will we
trust, lhe entirely dlissipatedh from amngst us.
We are moore titan gratifiedl to learn, that since time
weather ihas grown cultder, the ieahht oaf Chmarlestnm
has napidlly immproved ; int fact, thmat the Yeltow Fever,
that great hutghear, has ainmust if noat entirety dlisap
peared, anti that lier streets have againi assmead their
bumsiess-like appeatrance. Nothing certainly could
aiford us moore heart felt pk-esuru than time welfare or
or Metropolis, we sicerely htope thaut she may sootn
make tap lier losses, if any htave been suistainted dutring
the samnmer, and go ulhead prosperinmg and to prosper,
until she shallh have reachted that poaint oif ittpt ovement
to which her enterprise and energy fimlly entitle lier.
Descending fronm time larger to time smaller places,
yet not thme less important tom us on that acctount, Edge
field also presents ta more busy aud active scene tuince
frot. it seems to have arouseod the dormant spirits of
our" Good Old Yeomanry,"'and caused thieir welcome
ad honest facees to appear more frequently among tus.
We only wishm they would visit us oftener, and be
....... ....... ....i..t.a....y. O.. ....u .... m.......t have ful
stores, beautiful aso ut, cheap bargains, and are
sure to treat their is oners wellI. Indeed, they cer
tainly deserve patronage, well on trecnt of the
improvemients lately their line of hu.-iness. an
for the care and a* v4ker manifested in their
AmFTa the snrrender of the Island of Corsica to the
English, Napoleon i aparte who hail fought bravely
for his native isle was banished together with
his family. Ilearing.rom Napoleon that a body of
infuriated Revolutionjats were irdearch of their dn el
ling, Iis mother and family immediately fleet to the
seacoast, where they wandered about hnoneless and
forlorn until a bbat eo*I be procured for their trans
Their embarkation from Corsica is thus henutlifully
described in Harper's Magazine: It was midinight
ien an open boat, manned by fonr strong ronwers
with ntfled irars, approached the shore in the vicini
ty of the pillaged and battered dwelling of Madame
I.etitin. A dim lante wax held by an attemlant. nas
the whole lknaparte lily in silence end in sorrow,
with the world, its.poverty and.it- perils, wide before
them entered tiibit ' A few trunks aid hand-boxes
contained all thein aialNle property. The onrsmen
pulled out into the d rd lonely sea. Earl bly boat
never before held sueI band of emigrants. There
sat Madame Leti tJoweph, Napoleon, Lucien, Louis.
Jerome, Eliza Panline, and Caroline. Little did
these friendless fugitives then imagine that all the
thrones of Europe-were to tremble before them, and
that their celebrity wic to ill the world. Naipioleon
took his stand at the bows, for although the seeeond
sn, he was already je commanding spirit of the
family. They soon ascended die sides of a small vem
sel which was waiting fir them in the ofling, with her
nails fluttering in the lreeze; and when the morning
stan rose over the blue waters of the Mediterranean,
they wereapproachipgthe harbor of Nice. Ilere they
remainied but a sihort time, when they retmovel t1
.Mnrseilles, where the family remained in greait peei
niary embarrasment, until relieved by the rising for
tunes of Napoleon."
Frnm that momntent until the present day. the name
of lonaparte has ranked pre-eminent in hi-tiory, nmi
even neow Lnuis Napoleon in the mnost aspiring and
ambitious of thee European Potentates. le has finally
declared his intention of being crowned Emperor,and
but for the interposition of the Pope, would ere t his
have been securely seated- upon the Freich throne.
What this interference on the part of Iis liloiers
will amount to we canimot say, but prophesy that Lotis
Napoleon, either lby Isilicy or force, will yet be Fm.
It has been said by a great writer that Napoleon
woublebe compelled to go to war, in order ti support
his treneilous arly, and -if this be true, no war
would certainly be more deairable than that %n hich
would eventually raise-ia to the thrine.
It may tie that the hand of the assassin, or the iesfer.
nal machine of some infuriated mob, will end his am
haitious career. If not lie mnst be more than Prestdent.
The cry of " Long live the Emperor," has already
fallen upon hsis ear upoi more than one occasion, aniid
he has evinced a -spitin s able to execute as it was
quick to perceive.
That man who can 'lek down from his Palnce win
dow upon the Place Louis XV. without fear and tremn
bliig, must certainly possess a brave and intrepid
spirit, especially if h.aspire to the crown of Fratice.
Than this there is no -sulder spot on earth. None
Moore drenched with biloud, none more remarkable for
Ithe number rank and quality of its victians. hflere, by
the stroke of the body executioner, tIhe unfortunate
Louis XIV terminatedJ O chequered career. Here
the celebrated Marie .Antoinette breathed her last.
lere hirinsst met his fae with cahna and philosophic
comnposure. Here were enacted the ianuman beutcher
ies and barbarous cru-elties of Robespierre~ and lhis
followers. Ihere wias the scene of the blodiest revo
lution recordled in history-and here, as if a fatality
attachiedl to the spot, nerly fifteen thouseandl persons
were killed by the hurtrig of a nehell, ducring a pyro
technic exhibition. Inflee~d so mo~urnfuml are the asso
ciatieons which ceasiter diound thtis place, that if we
were Lois~ Napetoolenoite iiin weceatd ret content
with being P'restcn&l r RehItpublic.
Correspondeace of the Advertiser.
CH.\li~til'TON, Nov. 20, 18~52.
IM .}: Enrros:'~ T reseunt lams beeni a pecrfect
gala week with us. TheI pall oaf mnournng hais bee-n
remiovedl froma our -deysgted andl belovd city, atnd
thec glomn aendl meb~neh-aeiy incident to the late
fearfeul and faetal epeiemie heas bee~n displhaced bey the
return of active ande crowaded busiess, atnd thne
ntstual smiies and beustie nndi fashion niltetndirng tihe
anniud returnc of tine gaty seausotn m the lrou ta1 tnd
far foene .\etriopolis.
Int the first pleI. et y utmust ktnow thait this i's th;
week of tine greant exihiit of! thn. Seth Car. .i:inn
hinstitute. whiieha. feor the hast theree yaurs heas inavn
ri~ne ably eun thne moeet gay and crewede ofi tihe sieie.
but it heas I.-en panrtiCu'atriy so this year, wh'chi hat'
prhatps becen eunhanced by ~omp~aricion with the
rcent einlnessi and lethuarty whaich pecrt'.l every
bratnch oif beusiness. Next week thne ehh,1 will cenm
mewn'e. tand the tidle will begin to set ini tewaards thne
t apitil. Ucolumnbia, of coeurse, ieutst liave leer se's
Sini-andie 5sein weather tioe-her Ciellege Cd'in:
tena-cemeent and annu:ei Tall. nl all the usuial
et celerna feoleewing thne foutrthn Mondhay in Noemn
ber, to break th: nmonototny of every daty life. amd
prevent her eitizensn fronm dyiung oif ennui, icr takingz
in wianter trip to Chaarleston feor thneir health. If itheir
streets were as comtifortabile ans their .lietel's-she
cially tine Americana, I wiouldI tnet meitnd spendiang
tine $essieen int theeir gay little City mytselt. lIubt i t
rins-andie whlen did it ever fail tio rain,. aut least two*
week's iof th--~ Srewiein ?-the~ moeun t y pitt yotur
feoet int thne street. you arte cir yiour 'shes inl tmtle.
tind eunvelopedi in darkness theat eant h.. fet-Fayp
tien da~rknesas is niocmnighut tio it. Itnttcute i's monre
tian re~panid fair all thet.se inconveanienes-if he
steps ant thne .\mnerican-bcy .Janney's 'stmile's. htesjei
tulity atnde gcod dinne~rs.
lBet I amn riutnning wild I set docwtn to tell yout
uometi-hitg aboe ut thne sayingS andi dinitgs ien Chmark-s
lin. nmte I amit giving youn homc~iily on Ciilum Iba.
Welli. tee begin with the first. Th'le Fair, tine gr~nand
anttracttio~n andc 'sine guit non of tine week, opiened
so the papler's say-n T~eseay evtenintg at is e'cleeck.
ant the -Crystal Palntee." at lanrge temnpermary but~iling
mdhe of ghlas annd pinie buiardse. ireeteid fer tihe peur
oe ine (itadel Greetn. Thecre i's soei little
C;ling eff in thne number andc qjual'ty of articltes
sie last year, bcut still thiey anre qunite stileienthy
mctnercius and interestingr teo atttrnet a crowdled
houcese, bethn dlay anid night, ever 'since ita first enm
ig. fTe Iadies-the better, atndl dheidelly the
moset nnumereus half of erentioen, we're well repere
sented, eachn lord, both yoiung andil bu. sinegle nned
nmarried. apearCinftg tin heave at least two or theree
under his chairge.
INext ine the line of attractions-andi whnichn 'shonll,
I think, stand first andr feremost itt the en.talogue.
ceemes the Regatta, thme ech-branted, aind teiuuch
taked of, bont race, wh'l:ch, on Wedmnesda~y and
Thrsdnty, seemned to absorb eviery th'ng else i~n oune
generah desire tio see tine ngnaZtic 'sport-s. A nd ini
deed it presentedl a spectaneie of mocst deepi a
thriling interest. It i's thouughnt theere nmust hatve
been between eight aind ten th~ousanid prscns hre
sent. The whnole iength iof the llanttery was crowdh
eel by a's mtanny persons a's culid fiend room to stande.
The iUathing hloun', and ali thne house's frcintintg on
tast Bany Blattery, were crowdeed by ainxious thoum
anes all lookinig ciut upoun the 'smooRthte antd placid.ie
bosom of the harbor, whiich was~ dctted, as fir ans
tne eye ceeuld renech, with tail seorts of craft, friom a
stener to a fishtg stmack, all eraninmed and jaunmmed
by its much huematn hife ans could be pneked neboardi.
The Bleckic Sharp, of Daurian Georgiat, weon tine
first raee with great ease-purse $500. The Julia.
na New Yierk boat, owned by Capt. Brnnav of tine
.\rion, wvon the second rance, by abut a lengthn andi
n haif. This was a most benutifui innea exciting rauce..
The Violet, built and owned by S. M. IIAn~v of this
City won the thirdgi last raee ona the first any.
Tne Tnarif, owneda 'i A. J. Cr~anxu iof Elisto,
won the first rab tihin secana day, beating the
Viete au 1 Ate Kceensan lay about half a length.
The J. w. Booth owned by Capt. Dicgtusox of the
Steamer Jamem Adger won the second race by R
goodi bowahtit leading nll fromt the start. The third
and last race was also wait by the George Washing
ton, owned by the -sine, and rowed 1 y a New York
crew, whol boastel and brngeed most tnbecomiingly,
nm theyi nprathed the jndge's st.l, mid received
the jeers atnd biaies of the crowd in return for their
unealled for impeirtinence. ARCITER.
OLD FOLKS AT HOME.
By F. U. eniltibTY.
W~AY dawI 1n the S.ance IU.bber,
Far, fir away
Dere' where nmy heart is turning Aer;
i)ere's where de ole folks tay.
All up and,] doawit the wha!e creation,
Sailly I rmuni
Still lnrghig faor de o!e phntation,
And foir de ole 1*-'ks at hIme.
CHones,-All de worlal am sad an I dreary,
Fblbery where I r"m:
Oh ! Darky's hisw my Iert grows weary
Far from de file -folks at hine.
All ronl le little farm I waidred,
Whell I was youtlr;
Dere many happy days I s1uandered,
Mlaiy le Fanpgs I sung.
When I was ranping wil my brudd% r,
happy was I
Oh ! take tme to, my kin-1 sile mother,
.)are let tile lib anal (ie.
Cnones.,-All le worl mn sal and dreary, &c.
One little lint among de bushes,
Onle dat I love,
Sti:l aally to my meimory ruislhesa,
No inter where I rave.
When I see the leaes atamming,
All Arodlatil le Caa1mbl),
Wi. it still I hear le lanja tmtmniting,
I)wnvii in my gool tole hine.
(Ctnones-.\ll le wai-l.1 nt ad miinil oi reary,
Flaherv whe-re I roaan
Oh !d-irkiet' hiomy my heart -rws weary,
Far froim i.- a i1 talks at himie.
As A.Nlt leAN C r(r.iE Nlst..E.-A rniiuts
at New York from Beitnos Avres .state that
Iltere l:al been oneh101 excitlemit t there by tie
deeree annutilliing iI foirmer decree for the ndmis
sion ilf bre::dst til' frmn fareign ports. A large
ganitity of Amerie:nti iatr had arrivead there, in
-oti.seglatience ti tle first dcreie, whihelh:l h acme
tl a lio.,g market. (ail the decree biiia annulled
.withont notice. .31r. Peidleltn, mur i1iter,
lmd claimed da Iages on the ba:rk Dirgan ix,
wIhich hmd been ordered ta liNenno Ayres on the
siretigth of tlat decree. The govertnit af.
hI red to pay expenses af the vessel from lon.
tevilep, which was refutsed. An mi-ry corre
pomnee ensuedl between 3Mr. Grahlam, the
Americtii Clmrg.e in the temporary orsec uf
Mr. Pendleton, and Gen. Urguiza, and which
led top an inteirview in which the fi riner was
itsulted by tle! latter.
O-n GovFn:t:NMET .ND THE (CrseET 'IrTT
A rr.mu.-Judge Sharkey, U. S. C-iisil at li.
vant, ins written a letter in relation ltt the
Creicenl Cit% aylTair. in which lie says.
The Ctptiai General hs received a lettar
from the Syinish linister :t WAthingtion, in
which tle Mlinister says that the Secretary of
iSate naslred him, in the imost positive maier,
ta tnr-er Smith shlnhi n o it reaturn ini thte
Crescent CitV, anad ai hoirizead the 3Miiister so to
stte to the Captaini Getnernih. The letter was
shtowin nnd t ransliteil to mie lay Mar. .Savngea,
whIo was in th mea at the timea of thte initervie'w
witt Iti t ap 'aatain Gaenerail. i s Excelleicy ex
presseda mtneht regret t hat thIe pledage htad noat
bteent keplt. I could give'ta nti.fnetatry expla-.
nat ion of t he mtat ter.nand remnarkedl(i lto i that
:Smitwnsproaly tnt :un i'licer if' the ship.
an ha hegr nmenti hadl n oower tore
Ti VOTE IN GEOonA.-lThe 3iilleeille.
papers cittaint thle aflicial votte of 117 cuntties
in Genarin, lineoek :and Troatp countieas, still
wantimlt, whieb shoaw thle foallowing~ result :
Tita y'at in V7 conntities..........60.5!91
Sereassisai P ierce ticket...........447
Tngalaa ticket .... ........ .... ....5.3
The ilujulity oft thle Seri on~ii ticket ovea r all
6.30.- ngn s Croncl..
Cassava-Dr. Billin..=len laeft at our oflice :a
y. It i-a alaoaat six feet hiieb. til haa a gnati-i
t'a oft lang vellow rioaots, re-aiembllinag ini appaenr
nee: aid t.:ste the poitto. The Duct or brouighit
the eye friam which ti-a lanut graew fraami
Tamiipn l1ar. laist sparing. :is we aire tinformetad.
Thei ro ot oaf thle Ciasna, ia :an eduenth-nt, nnud ii
rfiaet nsedl byi t hae tidians otfI Fli~ aia :s bari:ad,
driedl tad paatiauddl.rl W eii.apl it sliaghltly,
nta thjik it mnia.ht, if ptropeirhy entivaited nmi
prpjtredl.hlaerow att:ii;rt icle ofl dier naeaeptabale
tat tiost fast idlians ejtiellrenni.-Slmna Eat.
.AnOTtt Ilotl.JrE Ta' TiE n 'ri.- 1
R~iase hias beeni recenitly exploharing thew rout e
inebitled in thle granit imade tat himtt hiV the 3Mexi
enn i Gaoveriini-it, toi navigate thle river of Lnenc
Iul~a or 31 e..enha, friam, thle seni to thle h'onindary
i na of thae State of linelaa a distane(f of.150
mihaa-thle lit ter paaint ingi anly nibotit 350
mrih-'s frasm Acaplclaa on lie Paeific. By t his
raaitael th iac fraom New O.(rla. , to Sani
Fr tait w ill bei awrformed a in tweas lv day
.\'IIiiius in, ian T hirsdla~ay U evei the i.th inst.
by Thaw. (1. Ilaneti, linq., 31r. .\niiilsTon Gme,. fair
merly' af 1.'iini I tist riet, and~ .\li~s I's.tz.ine.Ti .\le
(.:.N naos. af this \'d'nee.
Sihen, nit her faither's residlene-. in thtisa )listrir-t.
on Tutes:b ithe I 1thI intst.I IA innIrCT t i.. duhi
t r aof Ca'pt. Euagene Vuntr in th.:I th year of
I h-atI ihandr anty eircetnea-tes is a ime'ancho'iy
ev.nt, buat whian it st rik..s ns its victimi aine 5ai youngi
ada ittnacenit, it is p-enilinry imprei'ssi ve. It in wetl
entitted taa enl ll, p i t ur miads, mm'.t viv'idly, thte
trasitaory niature aof all th:iigs her.' he'ow, nal tat
teach its las prepare asirel'vaes foar ain e-vent, the err
aint aaf which is ian'y aajial.'a lay the uaacertaiinty
ofthe hiauir ini w'ih iitutmy comeai. Tfh.' yaiunig, thel
ld-atl thea msau- an I dauihters aor A dlama-ire dles
uticad tia fall at ast beneuathi thc' sickle aaf titme, :aa
noma na kniaweth what :a alay umty baring faaitha. " lie
ye al-ia reay." as a warinaa vaiic fromn the .eph it
lads, shiouldl ever echs in our htearts auna mindtis. an-I
teach its sa ts a:ve that wheta he1 ail evenat alaes
comeia it mayi b:- shiirni of its terrasrs, anda he haailedl
as the hiappay entrance fair each aaf ns inito a world
if etarmdsa jyvs.
I )-uth fountid the deensedl inot a- sane of the faaal
ist \'irgis with Itlir aa"ila ultriniiad,"' ttnth in
thec tmorning oaf life life,. wIth thei budldintg anitie'pn-l
tiasns saf lher yoiung hen'rt unsrealised,. yet ste wits
praredl tir thte saner;Iiea: pirepared'a as a Ih: ida fair
ha'coiniig of her 1.aird. andia d ina uthe triumphlal af
fith,. Shie piosse-d in an enminent adegree thloase
saft anda nmauinblle el-eents of tenie ebaarntet-r which
enar:i their posse-ssort ini a pteuinr mtatnner tat thei
funily eirele, andli tiake-s her temoiaval a sai aerenave
rmentt indieedi. The haaapiness of thtose by whomt
shed was suirrotundead was the oblject of liar alaily satli
-ituae nadh antxiety, nia nth' lng caida be moiare
~e tmtifi llanh ent-Ie:n inig toa thai little circle itt n Ieh-I
slhe imaved thatt the ga-nile atnd :all'i-tate mmmearn
inawhchrsh discahia-ged haer varioius iluaties a-s a
dghesister, fr'iind anal relative, lint shte is
oneia, tad we havnothaiing left us but to bow doswnt
in humatbte sutbtmissin ta ithe will aif limt in whaose
hads are the issuecs of life ana desathi.
Dant~. ini th's District, on thte 13:tht inst., Calnor."
.. yaimmgest dlaughiter iof Alajo~r Ahara aind Olrs.
A mttn Janesaneed I v'enr, 5 muosnthts,n:na 6~ days.
F-arewe!1 little (*ar'rie ! re-st 1iencefulh'y itt thy gntiat
grave ! Nao tmore shaall auight an e-armth dlisturb thy
ga'nte shimaters. Wia wi!l ttot wee'p fair thie, bait
tter r'ejaakce, that thtou hiast esenpeda the ills of life
t hwell in thec boisaam e-f the Sav'iaur, what htatht
atid : " Of paith is the kingdaom aif Ile-avent."
-" I'll tsaka' these little himnbs, idi hae,.
Anad lay theian imay breast;
Proatectioin laey shanIl lirnd in me,
I .... te ....' ..e blu. -,1r E. E
Correspondence of the Advertiser.
I1 A %l l URG, Nov. 20t, 1852.
Co-rros-On Monday our market opened with a
glot demnand. anl continued so up to the receipt ft
advices frau Liverrool, quiting ia decline in that
Market tof k. which enised our market to decline
proportionally. We h:*re 4ine received sti3l litter
nilv:c.s which brought the same quotations. Toi-dai
our market is a full J cnt Iow. r on all qunt:ties
than it was in the early part of the weck, with a
downwnrd temaltney ; nnd un!ess we are relieved
by sin fvesrnble uvlices front abroad, or sin.
spetilat:ve feeling arises, iwe look for prices to de
eline the o. uaning week. We quotet extrems Si to
93 a 9j ets.-prine:pal sales 9. .1 91 ets.
Our Market it; well stupplied with Groe-ries, &c.
Corros.-We have a quiet market to relport to
day, but no change in prisce to notiec. The sales,
it will be seen, were 1:m1itel, reahing *sn!y 288
baies, a- follows: 8 rt 9t. 27 at 9 5-16, 20 at 91.
159 at 9j. andl 7-4 at 9 e.-its.
Important to Dyspeptics!
. J . ornawros's Parsis, the True IUiges.
tive Fluiti, or Castric .luice, pe rpiarel froim RlM.NuT
or the Foan-rui S-roM.C- or -i: O , after directions
of lBaro i.a-:sa, the great Ih ii ologiet Chenilit
lv J1. .. H.uiagiitin, NJ. D., 'ladiiaihelphia. See no
tiee a mng the Alvertiisa~eets.
Butler Lodge, No. 17, I, 0, 0. F
A Iteglar .leeting of this Loilge
, 1. h will be hlad on e .\ ilday evening next
LE WIS .10N E, Secretary.
Nov24 I t 1.
A N D
GENERAL COMM'ON MERCHANTS,
ThOYCIE & CO'S~ WII .\l:F,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
E. Wil.la 'T WA.Tll,
U. T.WA ER
Nov 24 tf 45
lead-Qua rt erod
T-r1 REGsI.\MENT S. C. N.'.
N.. 2o. l852.
CO'rfT .\TTI.\, will eonvene at lan
g. rg. oi Saturoany Doe nber, for the pur.
pee of rviin: :! Def m-t.n in the 4 ;ranitevle and
lIhae Islane d ti ompantie.s foor th prettiet yeamr.
Ti.e Coirt wi.I ei'asst of the r.:owing Members.
viz - Lin-'f.t ,Pr iet
' a;yt. ('s"sUa!naA.-, Lirnt. PAnr?.,
-- sAw, " Tarastosn, I
" ltor.-raaa, a " tr-rTT,
Lieut. LaN1sier, I " 'nav,
J. C. Mlos.u.D. J.1ge Asdvocate.
-liv oroi-r of Cul. IARRISON.
. S. 11. ;tUarns, Adjutant.
Nov 21 2t 45
STATIE OF SOUTII CARotLINA,
I Y II.r~ ~T. W le;IlT, Esqjr., Ordinry of
W~hecrens, Lnake. Cuabreath aad Robiert. Wal
laee, hatve:nppilied tot mei foir Letters of Adimini
niioan, rith the W iii annexd. ont all atnd .singu~lar
the goodts nnad chiattles, riglhts nand credits oif
.lataas Wallace, late ot the District, aforesaid,
T he~se are, thecrefoere, to cite and admoii.h all
andl singnhalar, thet kindred ad creditirs of thec
sad deceensed, to be anad appentr befo~re mae at our
nest Ordinairvd Cnri fair.ihetjiaisDtriet,.'a bep
hohten at I&lg.felcl Court flousne Ein the 3rd
day of De.cemiber next, to shtow enanse if nuar,
wh'y the staid adiniistrationa ,.hould not be
Given uinder my hand tandu senal, this the 18:1,
dty of''Novembner, in the. year oaf oiur Lo.rd onea
thousanda eighlt hunatdredl tatd fifty-two, atad in.
the sevcanty-seeth year of Aatarienta nidepen
dence. H. TP. WItIG lIT, o. E.JD.
Nav 2I .2t . 45
LL~t Prsoas itnd.htedl to ta.- by Note aor O)pen
S.\eitunt conatruat.-il previous tee the first of
.lnnnrv Itast, are e-artm stly reqia stid to pay themat.
I len:vy paymttents ina lInaak withita the next Thirty
atdi Sixty linv~s.ecomp--ls nme thnate publeicly to make
te re.quest, whtich I trutst will taot he tunhtieed~ed.
W. P. B1:TLE:R.
Novt 241 tf 45
LL~ Persiits indebelted toe mre eithter by: ate or
.ii ep..i ncieatat, ae .etnrtiestly riiquestedl to..0tom
fr ward amai pa~y tup, ats hsit. r iandtaieatee tisat unatil
the. first dbay of .J)nnnry next, will he givent. 31y
nt..ts awtl:iceiatats ilh he pl:.-d itt thae htanaas o~f
ITuos. 4;i. Kr.v. Esq1., oat the. fit at .haay of .Jantuaary
tm-xt, whaich tare atmt paid prvosy -
Juntttasvill-. Nov 24 6t 45 I
1 ER~SONS indel.bte.i to. A ssica-dh Estate of JTohna
. l.yuan. enn haave thepervilege iof settliang with
te Subiteriier wiithouit Cers. ntitl thai first atlay
in .Iaannary next. aftear whrich ltme the' ntest andi ne
counts~t wi:l . rh iced itn the htatnds of N. IL. Garrnas,
~ fireehceaet. S. F. GOODE, Asstmsrr..
Nov'. 20 tit -S 5
.~ LL. Pearsns ina~.le.- tie the Etitae of Sata
1. moare AI. I Ieebteina. diee'd.. w;ll majke imnwti
ate pitymtaat ande those hatving ileandstl ;aen;inst saied
stat-e will retnder thtetm int firthwith. peroperly at
o-ted J. A :i,.\, 4d'r
L L Pe rsonts arc heareby enutiiede agn'nst trail
in.at fur a Notea. gien~ by thte .ubscriber to
Wmaa. S't.dan~ker. foer the sumtt saf Seve tty-tharee idil
Itrs,elatedl 3rdl Niembe~hr 1852. :-.nd aiue ite slay
ater tht:eldate thearas f, for i am ih t- rmin~ted naot toa
pay ti.tid Noite untl--aq e.itmpe.leid by law, as te coat
ietions faor wichi it wats ;gven have failed.
No.11 CultLE Y.
Noiv 2 1852. 3t 45
L TL Personas imtlebdit thelas Estaite of I. A.
I.Iiel. l, e'., priotr to his sale, aire r.gsltedi tot
maake itnnnteditate pnymeaant. attd those htaving~ clias
agist said Estatet, will piresent thtemt proiprerly nt
testedl. i). A. J1. fEllhi, A ah'"'r.
Nov 21 2mta 45~
I)EINONS indiebtedl toe thet Estate of Mrs. F. E.
PVerr-in, dee'dl.. are requested to. eall nsi settle,
amtl thtisei htavinag claimas will presentt taem proeperly
attested. T1. 11. .10 )hN$(ON, Ad'
Nov 2.1 . 3m4
&LI4 Persaons indsebte~d to thte Estate of Ilnraly
? White, dae'd, are regnaestedi to marake immnesh
ate piaymen~at :and thoste hiavinag deantds nteninst the
snnie,'wtill rendeer thtemt int roperly attetetd.
.JAM3ES II. W riE A m'
Navy. 17 3mt 44
r 1MIE Subsc~rib~er hats a largre quantity of L4UM
1.13tlt of ditierent sorts, for wale tat hibs residenace.
N. L. UltIFFIN.
-July 19 tf 7
J UST received a heautiftal snuply of the Psal
miatist aaus Psalmodsay oef dill'erenat sizes anid styles
af Biadinag, and for sale by G. L. PENN AUL'IT.r
Ot 13 ' tf 3a.
001Elot of 11AMS and LA RD. fior sala
by Fe M. .K[CIIILAS.~
Mt. Lebanon University,
BIENVILLE PARISH, LA.
TIE UndersignedA, a Commtnittee of the 11aM:
1 of Trustees of the MOUNT LEilANON
UN IV E. SIT. nre aesiropus to engage the servic
f a Prfeusr of Ancient Langtuage% andl Matie
maties for the Adendeic year oft ELecean oaalhke,
beginning on the first lon!ay in March next.
To a gentlenman ithorouahly qualiiAd in the Pe
partment ,abaove referred to, a mahnry aif twtrve Ilun
dlr.-d doillars, per saonuti will be guarunticl.
This is a new nustiautionll heented in uine of the
moast agreable and ivatlthv neighibathois ip Npjh
fouiinua. reintaoed from every induceinait to d191
pation rnd vie'r. It is und r the uep' ees anid ti
trol of the Narth I.ouis'ana a:.tiat Conventin. and
to a gentkitan tof large reqiuirnantu itanl dit:u
gutsished r. ptttation offers provi-cet'vely hi iih'Wdusi
The i xpenses of a fancily wiulal lie small. The
situation is halliy. eentral andl a ay:of aeissz anaL
the Trusteas taopak with ca uatidee to a prompt and
i6e ral p-strunage (of thias, the first Iustitut:an offs.:
kind attemvptcd tip Ie rai-ad lp in a rvoein fili'of
r.s'ourers in a rapid state fof d-va hlcpnti. It is t:o6
intendel to teaofine its ben-fits to any #me ren.igch
tion ; but Pupils of o!l per sunU1ons n ill be glidly r .
eeived land guarded -ginst all att-mapte at presa ly
It is &sirable tl:.t gent.m aen appliy:ng fr ik
s*tuatin should furnish untmnetstionalihe testimneal
of their c-amntptkncv to enduct rupils tirough a
complete catusse of the Gr a-k atnd t.-.t:n t.angu.-4g.a
and the pure and mixed Matheuaties. As early as
practiealle tiese Delpartmenit will be- separatAi : fear
ithe- first year, iwever, the-y are unavoaidably uiked
under ana. head.
A pplie:ations, wenpnieidal with te-t:mnonials. may
to.: a.aresoed (post psai.l) top Cc.l. Geoarge W. Rug ro,
*eretarv of the Board oaf Trustees. until the first
day Of .Jatnary next, wIenl a selcctiOni will be Iade
froml the applienxts aund- rotipt noti:e given tW the
B. EGAN. PresiJent,
al. GI tli)S
T. A. KEY.
G EO. W. ROGERS,
Al. AR IlS,. .
-1. 1.. P"ITMA.\N
Aft [.anian. Elenvil:e Parih. La.
.N'fv 12 Nt 45
RIDGE SCHOOL'S .
rIII-E r.itCE FEM.AL.E Sr.!4)OL will open
T ont the first Monlleday . ainU ary nxt. vear the
resi.leiie of the l'udermiinedia. nah r the haArge of
Aliceu AaE.i.inAx. This Lady receiveol her alds
cn-til undaler tier imistructi.. ca tier Rev. Dr. Jhn
san, froig whomata -he brings high reacnimeendati.is.
sic is lst ftvaoraly known in tihis District as an
instructor of ya.uth.
The branches .f eAueatioan a. ia'1 tmna'iatt Fe
iale Aeteietis with %tusic, will lie tunaght in this
at the usual pries.
(;ao.l laeinra lnn be obtained in the neighblorhood
at $eto per tmaonth.
IiJge-, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Male School -
11]u. be e.pemce mn the 1 act oflay cfJanuary
W next. a little oelw Mr. Wte l I Isintein's re-si
dlance, unlAr tha eiharge of .Mr. Krnx, whal was
tatiuht by Rlev. Mr. Kenneotv. oef Anita rsoni, and is
favoerably kniown in this Dtistrict as un lustruator of
The ustual brarehes of eoAuention attended to in
Malt. iAcc~c nae'udig the Ciasics, kc.j will be
taught at the usual priet s.
l:iJgc, Nov 24 tf 45
Brogans, Boots and Shoes!
AT NO. 30, EAMT ]AY, CEAZLUTM, 9. C.
T I I E SAuscriteer ctltrs fair %alea .A tIE ana .
ENTEN'EI St-ck of the albove Gomis
which will be po!l WA hesalel atnd Retail at -rOW
I Ie waould respetfulhly saliet atnd examtinatia ei
lils asaertmenat by .\ercatt ada Platers visiting
ocrTlirderc will haave prompt attentiin. d'
R. .A. PRING1.E.
No 30, East .liay, Chaarieton. d.C
NOV 17 . 2:ce. -,; 44
witia witme cof the siehecst timuntts miadec., Fort
sale ebenap at (U R' I 'itUOT1hIElts..
.\ngusta, G2a., Novr 17 - ti 44
('1 R.\Y BROTil EI:'. Aa nata. f a.. Ihave namw
Sint store ai full ictppjly eel Rimi .th . c.nhElgatet
lIrttusel Tharecply. hiiaauna sn la ie n(ct.M PE'1%
with1:ns and .i )ruggts to tata.h, whit h-aray
cit' r tam the..- pcubic ebtenp.a
Nov 1 tf -14
R.\RAY lBROTilEtt$. havaemi tn had a larga as
sotentt afctl- N~~ A% IFTS, cof VLmiontS- kindas.
ti'rubab'y. soma.eatf the tinestt .e5ni yWood tiue ini
i~ihed, iceetmmrtecl. Wtith a latre usarcttmect.t cof t:uwer
Grelei avai :ntationa lib~atket', w h, eh we are
Namv 1i tt 41
I Lil an ci Ora trcaon the Ordli::ncry. I il piiroceed
to ela a-t ithde tlate re'idleme ofac Annt Cailanl,
.lee'd., o:a Fridlay. 3rdl D-ember ne xt. all thet per
actnai prciperty at' taaidl decmecd, cantsictinag aof.
EIGilT LIKELY NEGROES,
Stocek mit Hoarsees, (~cows atnd Ihogs. the preant e y4
aet Cecrn. catttn, Fiahal r, &c.., with m~~uany otte ar
tie-es unneeecanryi tometiont.
Trcn~s-.li sumt undacer $-5. cash-ovecr that
Ltamiut, n aiL credit cat twe,!e ticthti. cPIurchasers
givintg ntaes with sufthictnt seenrt'es.
.i A.Ih ioN ct 'O*l.Et I.N, .\dm'acr.
liTSae to~ dctmmeneed at I0 clctk.
Nove 17 mt 44
Edgefield Male Academy.
A I ACl~ Ra wnt.-dc tao take chearge oft the.
Ed-lictld Maale Aendiaemya. Th eaplicatt
musttt be a TrEACIIElL hey l'OFESSION ciiie
wheo ha~S experieance int hisa blauitinn~tnd not~ly 1lacc
itiead tinr prep~aring young tmen (car te Smithi C.atrli
na3 Cmcllege. Ta. a mni act suitable qjualihientionts,
the ph~ec~i tye a mtny indaUermet tl.
Addiren, the Tru.,tees.
N. L.. CGRIFFIN. -
Rt. Tr. ME lS. J
Kcy 9.S tt 4.
-~ i Y Fiendcs anad customerseeana
a -final tme in thte hiciuse belcow 1eal
lingseworth & Nichaolae, and as
uualwilli makIe to arerc. tfor C.\Sl,
Fine iDrees Iae'cs c....... ........At.00
doa Pumitp lciots ....... .... 8 9-.
alO Doubthle tFole Wa'aterP'ramc........ 9 01.
Alt cither kindasa af wamrk nat the lcmwestc pic.
Execellent Work, gaeoda Fitae and supericor ttyli,
guarantiedi tat al those thtat mayi tarti me wit
ai enl. WM1t. McEVOY.a
jlan 29 tt2
LLAT Personsu are hecrehy enuttioned ngnt:tst ria'
.. ding fair a Ncmte given by tie $ualhe in,
liiehardl Wash. faii $72.\, adatedl ome timec in- Sept.
at, and chne cii thec first oft Octobir Ilast, as-I an
deatteineid tam resist panymentt cit aid Naute,. In -ena
sequence aof the praoperty fair wvhic i( a Witic
having proved to be utaseunda.
Nov 17 fit44
H iDE~S ilil be received at thei Tan Yar a mn
Lthits ciate. II. T. M~hiK
T3 HIE Estates of Mr. Jl Roper ad Mrs.aJalin
Aa n aiper, Lare expected to be pettiatal bv the
30th D~eemnber tnext, all who are indebted to 06.
said Esta will miake paymne't to tilhe'ubsn t
or betuore that time, Lad these-hnvingle',ud *3
present thetm properly atteteda before that tinse- is
D). .D. BRUNSONf, Adna.'eg~
Naov 10 fit
Just Received,- a- .
LUROM the Faetory a large variety of CHMRA
LEvwhich we we91 sell low for Casuh.-- .
July 28 tf '