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EDGEFIELD, S. C.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12, 1853.
WsE call attention to:he new advertisements
of SyownF% & StEAR and of Wit.i.tIA 11. CRAxx,
all of Augusta. They have every kind of goods,
from the commonest to the richest texture, and their
prices are in accordance witi the times.
IN consequence of some irregularity, the nature of
which we are not precisely cognisant of, the Mana
gets repuorted no result from the election recently
held to fill the vacancy in our Legislative delegation.
Whether new writs of election will be issued, or
whether the whole matter will be left to the decision
of the Ilotise of Representatives at its next sestion,
deponent sayeth not.
We have received no list of the Polls and cannot
therefore give the exact result.
FOUR MILE BRANCI ACADEMY.
ntis excellent Institution, which has been in suc
cessful operation for several years, was re-opened for
the year 1853 on the 3rd inst. For further particulars,
see advertisement in another column.
From our knowledge of; the gentlemen connected
with this school and from sundry items of informa
tion we have received as t3 its very skillful manage
ment, we run no risk in pronouncing it fully entitled
to the liberal support of our enlightened section.
WE have been instructed, by third persons, to
state that Col. PIcF.ss will have no hesitation in
serving the Congressional )istrict to the best of his
ability, if the people think proper to elect him their
Representative at the Election to be held in February
next. This consent is given in consequence of re
peated and strong solicitations which have come up
fon different sections. Ile still, however, adheres
to his purpose of refraining front a political canvass,
and leaves the matter entirely to his friends.
GRAND CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE.
TnEy are coming. Who? Nothing less than
SRoassos & ELDREOs famous Circus Company,
with the addition of a most imposing array of wild
Animals &c. Jump up boys, and kick your heels !
Roll over inan agony of delight, ye little darkies!
rin with satisfaction, old folks! (For we well
now it is as joyful intelligence to you as to the
young people.) All of you, prepare your change in
time-for the hiand-bills are tup in Doiiv'S piaza,
nd the Show will be here this day week, 3Mr. 3Merri
man, IPandy Jack and all. IHurrah for us! If we
can't got pudditng we'll gladly take pie. If we can't
get an Opera. we'll take a (ircns and a MIonkey
show. A f:er all, a Circus, with its attendant circum
stances of tinsel, stockitnot; spotted horses, brass-band
'iiiiic and saw-dust, is a notable cvent in village
life. AndI it delights our editorial pe to mark it
down. Turn to the~ Advertisement and dlevour it.
ONLY' 0lI SAY', a~ EN0'Gll!"
I-r is rather amusing to read the opinions of our
Ninisters and Charges in Foreign Courts, itt reference
to the adequacy of their salaries to meet the necessi
ties of their rrespertive missions. They have all
writen letters home upon this point. in accordance
(if we are not at fault) wvithi a resolution passed lby
the Unaited States Senate requesting information in
tle prenmises. Of course it was to be expected that
the general response, upo.n atny such hint, wotild lie
'Give, giv-:.'" This is bitt hmaniii ntature all the
world over. Accordingly, we find that the whole of
them, with a sinigle and a sinagular exceptiont, says
that his pa is not enough.
Th'e. Charge at Buenos Ayres "suipposes that seven
thousand dollars per annum is the very least amount
for which a diplomatic agentt of any, gre could li~ve
in that city."
Theli Chiarge at Caracas replies that by the closest
economy he has got along with a very small fantily,
without having to exceed his salary inore thtan a few
hudredl dollars each year.
I'The Charge to Lima~ states that " inasmuch as the
salry allowed him by the Governmtient is only
$150, a year, antd the expentses of his oilicial resi
lence are at least $7,351, it follons that he is serving
the coitury at a cost (to hinmself) of about $3000 per
oanum. Vecry clear reasoninig that! Mr. RAsoitru
CLAy is evidenttly in earitest about the miatter.
MIr. YE:I.v en-ros KIse, who serves his country at
higota, seems to be of opinli'in that his pay will do
tolraly well, proevidled his official entertainments
are suff'ered to pass oIlywithout wimies and oither extras.
As nuch as to say, sturely the Senate of the Amtericani
Union will allow stome htudreds moore. rather than
that their Represenstative in flogota should suffer this
shame before the wvorld.
Our Charge at Lisbon saiys distkaetly that $5800
wil jest suflice him with great care anid by living
very uinostetntatiously. But, if his governnmnt expects
him to entertain his own countrymn. or fure igntes at
diner or evening; parties, it will take-.oh! a great
deal more to answer his purposes. lie dent say how
au, truisting (we imagine) that the Seniate's he
neficence may do more for' hims thian lie would in any
wise ask. V'ery sensible in you, Mr. lIanoocK !
3r. EowAan Joy 310ats, who is at Naples, al
most swears that lie does not receive half enough.
Amog other contsiderations, lie cites the fact of an
English liinister Plenipotentiary who ruceives $28,
000 a year, as if this were a oase im poilt whein
xaking of a mere Charge.
The letter of Mr. Larut:a S~vsaA-scca, who is
Charge at the Sandwich Islatnds, is a regulatrplio
principii. HeI assumes that the Department kntows
well enough that his co~mpensationi does not deserAe
te name, andI only writes lest his case should be
overlooked at Washington for watnt of a friend to
bring hinm to notice. Thtat's a sort of a blu fT game
the gentlemarn fro~n the Sand wich Islands is playing.
But we now come to ihie larger fa'h,
.Mr. A uso'r L.:w ar~er, Minister to the Court of
St. hmes, puts down twenty thousand dollars as the
heas~t amount which will mneot the exigencies and re
qurrennts of that position. This is $11,000 ruoro
l . a Stiniste'r receives from our Governtenit. Mr.
L tittls it proper to.audd th.st lie has ceeeder4 the
O) r MJinister to Spain bcgins by asserting that
n Madrid is, by odds, the dearest Capitol in all Eu.
rope" Our readers aan im girne the rest. Of course,
if AssoT L.\w a.ENcE gets $2%000O, lie- ought to get
at least thirty thousand. Buet really, according to
M~r. Baaione's account, Nladritl must be a terri
bly expeisive ptae. Only mu think of woud selling
at one cent a pound! We mentioni this as one of;
the strong points of Mr. S's comiuciiation. Perhaps
it ,vill go a great, way towards raising his salary.-.
w bhoulld'nt be surprised.
Our .Katers to the other Courts of Chirimtondom.1
srite in prenty mutch the same strain. lA dp, several
athter little Chasrges. In the whole list, we (imd bu
yue wan who says in plaIn Anglo-Saxon thiat he re
eives qute as rnneh pay as he needs. This is Mre
ScuLnoEuza, our~ Charge M Stockholm. And this
.- imen, aLD.A wQ vensture to say, is a jew~el of a
Republican. Not that we would cast any imputa
tion upon our other foreign servants-but to find inl
Mr. 8's brief and modest letter a variation from the
general cry for mnore-more-more, is something so
refreshihg that we are minded to conclude this ar
ticle by giving his language -erbatim ct literalim.
Here it is:
"I would say that I consider the resources provided
for the charge d'affaires at this place to le sufficient;
and I would add, that an my belief, and inl consider
at ion of the peculiar structure of the society, a dimu
itition of those resources miglg impair the power tu
OUR VILLAGE ACADEMIES,
BOTH Male and Female, were opened on Monday
last-the Male Academy under the charge of 31r.
LarrNER, the Female, under the supervision and
guidance of their fonner Rectors. We have onl5
one remark to make, in regard to the merits of these
schools, at this time. It is, that each one of then it
equal to any similar Institution in South Carolina.
Our advice to all of our fellow-citizens, who desire
to give their children superior advantages and at the
same time to foster edteational enterprise at home, is
to send their boys and girls to one or the other ol
these Institutions immediately. If they prefer othe
schools in this or the adjoining Districts, we have not
a word of objection to urge. If they have no such
preference, however, we earnestly appeal to them tc
lend us their help, and we will soon show them that
they have done a wise thing. This we say, because,
while we aro very willing to believe that other tcigh
boring schools are all they profess to be, we know that
ours are excellent ones, ably supplied with instruc
tors and well provided in every respect. The oppor
tunity being now fairly and fully ofTered to the peo
ple of Edgefield of carrying into permanent existence
District Schools of the highest grade, it remains ta
be seen whether they will embrace it. We believe
they will. 31any are already doing so--others are
making preparations to follow their example, and we
have faith enough in the intelligence, sagacity and
pride of our people, to believe that many more o.
them will come and do likewise.
Mn. F.%aa. one of the associnte editors of the
Abbeville Banner," has relinquisled his imterest in
thatsheet to 31r. CuaTnEs BI. A.i.EN, who wam
formerly its sole proprietor. Under the skillful direc
tion of this last named gentleman, the Banner will
float to the breeze on its new voyage. May it be a
prosperous one !
The " Ilamhurg Reprnirant" has recently passed
from the hands of 31r. J. M. Rrosnso., having beer
purchased lay !1r. IAtRD. Whether its publieatiot
will be continued or not we are anable to say. Mr.
I. speaks of " hanging out his editorial shingle"
elsewhere. May he have natch better luck than the
gentleman hito "lhng out his banner on the outet
31r. C. C. Pucgr'r has also sold his part of the
. Southern Rights Advocate" to his ca-editor, 31r. T.
J. RANDAL. The Adrocte has been heretofore one
of the most complete papers in the State, and wev
doubt not it will still progress as usual.
TRIP TO AUGUSTA.
Pun HArs many will say, " well, a trip to A ugusta
is nothing to make a newspaper paragraph out of
we have all accomplished that great feat over anda]
over again ; and, now the Plank Road is reaching
our neighborhood, we are pretty much in town, a
one nmy say. and know about as much of the daoiang
there as you can tell in." This may all be exactly
true, good reader; yet we have broached our suhject
anti intend to fullon it up, for a brief space at any
rate. And this we do, not from any special attach
meent to our caption, but because our experience lasa
tatght us tat te Editor, who begins an article and
looks back, will make as slow progress itn keeping
pace with the Press as did Lot's wife in getuitag out o1
Sodoam. So here goes.
We heard, befure leaving home, that the road we
usually took to reach the Pinc IHouse, was almost
inpassable in one or two places. This indauced us to
try another, viz: the old one which leads lay Iotrzr'
Cross Roads. Anad a miserable blunder we zmade of
it, truly'. For saome two miles, it proved to he jus
"a leetle" worse than thec Devil's Rauce Pathts ia
Abeville ever were to our knowledge. WVe dona
ktow what Comanissione-r presides over this suacces
sion of bogs anda gullies ; but we do- know that thais
part of Ihis doamianion is in a condition which calls faar
his immsediate attention. If hae has not heen along~
tere lately, we advise him to go and explore ait an
early day, takinag care torselect for the expeditioa
nitblel nag and ones that unaderstainds the art of ex
tricating itself Srum deep atnd extenasive nmud-holes.
Oterwise the worthcy official mnight cap the climax at
his very succesfutl supervision,.hby bec'omting a martyr
in the road cause, whlich sacrafice thte country by no
meanas would dematnd of haim.
After running the risk of upsetting ouar fanuily at
least a doz7ent timtes, losing a screw oar t wo tand break
ing an exeaslhent sinagle-trec, we succeeded att last in
raching terra fima somtewhere itn the nteighboarhiood
of frientd 31..tstt's residetnce. Soona after, we struckl
the tapper terminus of the Plank Road andl thena all
nas righat. Th~fe chanige was really delighatful. And
we theta oppreciated the excellence of this work more
flly thana we htave ever donte before. With the ex
eeption (of a shtort intervtal, this roaad is nouw com
pleted fraarr the Pine House to Jiamuburg, which, as
nust of our readers know, is a distainee of twventy
miles. It aflrds uas much pleasuare to state that thia
stock is patyinig as handsomely as any investmenct in
th South. lts originators and butilders deserve that
a rich stream of parofits shosuld flow into their coflera
from thais soturce. They hatve benefitted our section
it a very tmaterial anid importanat xteus. anal otur aoc
tiona should help them in return by their unvaryingl
custott. lt is to thec interest of us all to keep this
Copany In a prosperoats condition, that thecy many be
able not only to keep thecir roadi at what it is, baut to
exted, to widena anad ini every way to linparove it.
Lt every one thecrefoare take the roaid baoth goinag anad
coing. Le.t every urte instruct his waagonter to da.
Ithe same, As it is thec pionecer Planak toad tof our
State, let us all conatribuate what little help we cain itn
the way of toll, towards nmaktrg it the tmost perma
tent anad excellent oue. It is the inatention of' the
Presidetnt to carry the read on to comspletiona,.as far ats
ottr village, with as muach speed tas the necessity of
tse case demands. Wheat thtat is .duone, we have
bsen given to unadetrstand that an enterprisinag citizen
deigns starting. one or twvo Omatbuases to ply between
Edlgeield anad Augusta, to go dlownt in the tmornting
atn retutrnt itn the afterntoun. With urne relay of
horses, thte trip either way can thon be nmade in fromn
tare to foutr laouta. It is oad.y oecessary to alluade tu
Ithsis prospect to opent the eyes of ouar commtnunity tu the
advantges thtey will reap from this quarter. Ouar
mails fromt the North and South. will then be daily.
It will be an easy atter for us then to jtap into thte
Ontibus, after breakfast, roll duown to Ihamburg,
sped sevoral hours in thme tranasactiona of busitness or
therwise anad return home before suipper. As m'ucha
as many persons deplore thec luss we- bave stustainied
frot ouar stipinieness int Railroad enterprise, tt is pro
abl that it mnay yet tutrn out to he all fur thte best..
A Railroad passing thiroughi ottr village would doubt
less give it arrair of bustle and life, whish are thte
usul indications of a prosperouis commtunrity, baut
at te samns time very deceptive in muany instances.
WVita the assistance of the Plank Road, our facilities
for travel, for the hauling off of produce, and foar the
regular and speedy returnl of all suach goods andl
conmolities as we meay need, will not be match info.
ror ta those which othter coitmunities enajoy undirer
the Steam system. At thec same time, we wilI be free
fro the annoyances uisually csannmected witha mere
Railradl stationrs; for villages upoan a line of Rail
ada are seldotm any thaing more. In a word, we wail.
till have a pleasant, retired and qutiet little town,
with easy andl comfurtabale access itnto the hig, huast
hog worldl aroutnd us..--But, to returtt to our trip-.
Thre are few feataures aof interest in the cotuntry
irotgh wvhicha otur Plank Road.passes. Paey woods
ad white sandy fields maike tup a descripation of the
holo, Yet these sanme P'iney Wuoods are now giving
otployment to several ,ircular saws turntead lay
Seam~power, and thesto same sandy fields, as ol'as
uany of thems are, show that they atro still doinig
om a~ething respectable in the prodluctioan of cornt atnd
'otton, From. thte Pino ilouso to the ld Wells es
pesially, adoes this prodtuctiont seem. tat be quite eqal
to that of most landas in the Oakey woods. We are
here reminded of a remark made to us the other day
> a, very intelliarent Alabamaian. It was to tile of
iet, tht il( ever he camo back to this country, just
would be the one of his choice. So much for the en
couragemnent of our Piney Woods farmers.
We reached Augusta at sun-set and took lodgings
at the old United States Hotel, which has always
been with us a favorite house. It is now kept re
imarkably well. The table is decidedly good, without
any extra pretetnions. The chambers are fitted up
anew in a neat, cleanly and comfortable style. The
attention of servants is prompt and satisfactory.
And, taking all things into consideration, we make
no hesitation in recommending it to our readers as the
most agreeable and convenient stopping-place in
Augusta. We must not omit to boast of the delight
ful fresh Shad, which, among many other good things,
were served up several times during our stay. The
cofTee maniufactured hero also deserves to be noticed
for its excellence, as this is an article which we sel
dom find good in large hotels.
Soon after reaching the city, our enquiry as to the
publie amusements of the evening (which is about the
first one with country people generally) was answered
by the information that the celebrated 3iagician,
3ACA LLttTEtt, was to hold forth at 71 o'clock in
Concert Hall, this being " positively his last appear
ance in Auguista-but one." We accordingly got
our supper and posted off to see and heair MAcALLIS
TER. His exhibition was at once entertaining and
obtounding. Among other things (now, listen, boys
and girls!) this artful 1 Wizard of the North," as he
calls himself, turned Canary birds into eggs and eggs
back again Into Canary birds in a twinkling. lie
burned a lot of pocket-handkerchiefs borrowed from
the audience, and restored them Instantly to their
original condition by the stroke of his wand. lie
caused an orange bush, in bloom, to bring forth ripe
oranges before a stuttering man could say "Jack
Robinson." But, greater still than all, ie took a
commtuoni black bottle (or what was apparently such)
and gave to various persons any kind of liquors,
wines, cordials &c., they desired. The bottle as
suredly conld not hold more than a qtrart, and yet
lie seemed to pour from it several gallons of the
aforesaid drinks, besides any quantity of water. Of
course there is some hidden mechanism upon which
this trick delieds. But it is, thus far, safe from the
public ken, and every one is obliged to acknowledge
it a very singular, if not a wouderful performance.
The Hall was crowded and the audience generally
seemed to be enraptured. It is certainly a kind of
Exhibition which does remarkably well for once; but
how any one can fancy a fifth and sixth repetition of
it, we are at a loss to undermtand. The people of
Angusta seem carried away by 3MAcA Lt.sET ; but,
a year ago, they could scarcely afford one full house
to a very respectable Operatic corps. Whether this
sipeaks well for the elevation of their taste we leave
others to determinc.
Augusta seems to be in a flourishing condition.
Tho prophecies which were made last winter, of its
approaching decline, have proved fallacious. Broad
Street presents, even on the last day of the week, a
very animated and business-like appearance. The mer
chants of this city are polite and accommodating, and
frequently give to purchasers excellent bargains.
We have had some experience with them in the Dry
Goods line, and take pleasure in recommeniling the
establisliments of SNOWDEN & SIMAa, GRAY BnO
TIRs.31LLt.F & Co., SETZE, CRANK, NvwDY &C.,
to Af1 who uiny visit Augusta for shopping purposes.
We observe that the Bridge of the South Carolina
Railroad Company is progressing fitely, as also the
ereeuioin of their Depot on the Georgia side. The
f')rmer is just above the old Augusta bridge and
promises to be an exceedingly strong and enduring
trticture. The latter is being built of brick, in
handsome style, on the site of those old Dutch shan
ties which were (luckily for the city) consumed by
fire somse time last year. An admirable substitute
Duri-ng the present week, the Roces come off'on
tl~e l.afayette c:ouree, aud we were informned by sev
eral umemlers of the Jockey Cluib that they are to lbe
muore attractive anid exciting than they have beent
for a nuomber of years. Thme stables are superbly
supplied with the most high-blooded stock from va
rious quarters, and, for alimost every day last week,
we learned that thme course was visited by crowds to
witness the preparatory exercises of these gallant
steeds. Gentlemuen from Virgiinia, Alabiama and
elsewhere were al-ready in attendance, and many
others were expected. All anticipate the liveliens
kind of tiimes.
NVhilhe down-, we had she satisfhection of forming
the acquaintance of 3Mr. WurTE, one of the Eiditors
oif the Georgia Ihome Gu:eu~e and a very gentlemanily
fellow at that. We were pleased to learn that his
paper is gaining ground, as it deserves. Should any
of our readers feel inclined to stubscribe for an in
teresting Liuerary Jotirnial, we commeiii to them the
- ome Ga:ciie" as worthy of their patronage.
In Hlamubarg we spent the most of Satomrday, bet
were so much enigaigeid with business as to be unabAe
to look arimmal much. There wvere but few cotton
wagons ini on that day, as is usual upon Saturday.
We hueaird, however, from several sources, tibat the
traile of flamburg has been very fine thuroughout the
preselit seasson in all departments. Many of her citi
zens are now taking deep interest itn thiir pet project,
the Savannahr River RadlroadF, a charter for wvhicir
was obtained duirinig the last Sesusioin of our Legisla
ture. They have great confihence that they will save
their charter andl tuhtimately build the Road, We
wish theta nmne-h snccess in this spirited undertaking.
There isu a degree of enterprise andI wealth enlisted
ini its behalf which augors well for their prospects.
At another time we propose to speak moore folly of
I laving continued' these desultory observations
beyondl reasonuable limits, we must close. " Take It
away, yott imp, and give us another sheet of paper."
FoR THlE AnTvmarisma.
PruasAav to noitic, a Public 3Meeting was held at
Lotts P. 0., oni Wedntesday the 5th inist., when, on
motion of Capt. Rt. WVAars, Dr. J. C. RasuY was
called to thu Chair, anid Jensx Lo-rr, appoiited
Seretary. A fter a few very approprite remat-ks
fir'tm the Chairmnani, the folowinig genslemnerr were
atppointed1 a Committee to draft resol'utions, to wit:
D~r. R tr.n, JTotn Lo-rr, Jaat.s Aleaa-v, .J~s.
Perrra, R. Wann, IH. Wisst, J1. I. SAvenuca, M1.
MleC'A a-r, E. LOT-r, C. WAttanJ. M. JONEs, J. R.
Joss-rox and D. M. .Jotisson.
'I he Commattee-reparted the following Resolution,
whiceh was unaananimou,.l'y carried'.
Resolmved, That wie view with profounJ regret
the letter of Col. F. W. PmcrEvxe, withdrawing his
nume aus a Catndidate before the people to rept-esett
our Cong~ressionial D)is-trict, and believing, as we do,
la the greatt necessity of an~ experienced and talented
Represetntative it Congress at this junctuure; and
knowing that Col. PtexENs iqstand ever has been
a faithiful, able anud patriotic Setntinel on tho Wate5h
TrO(I of Liberty, we respectfully uciquest be wvill
a'lowv his name~ to eontitnue as. a Canidate Beforo
Jouns Lo-r-r, Sec'ry.J.C E\Y ut'.
FROZE.-A large number of German emi
grants reached Chicago, a few days agos, in the
catrs. When they arrived, at the lllinois Hottel,
otne of thte woinso was comupletely chilled thamt
she died a few minute~s afler she came to the
fire, nilhntugh every effort was made to save her.
Correspondence of the Advertiser.
HAMBURG, Jan. 8, 1853.
Cerros-WSe- have no transactions wouth.y of note
in this articlhe, during the week ending Io-day, ow
ing to the receiputs being so very light, consequently
but littlo hew been offe-red far sale. 'The demand,
however, lhas beenm good with a gradual advancing
tendouey up to the closo of our report to-day, wheuca
fthuor advics from Liverpool ups to the 18th tulti
mo, renahed uts showing a. healdhy state of trade,
with a firm amid brisk market, and no change ini
prices. We quote isili~s to-day fsomn 8 to 9iets.
GnocERuts-s.--Ouir Market is being well suppuled
with aill articles suitaible fo'r thme Sping trade, as ous
Mi-echanmts aire determined to offer induueemcntes o
Freight pr- Pail Road on. Cotton to Charle stont.
$1 pe Bale--to Sa.vnnnmth, per River, 50 ae per.
Exchuange on New York amnd Chmarlesto~n at puir.
AMARliED, on the 6th inst., bf Dv. D. D. Brun
son, R. S. G. MenniwETnEaand Miss MARTHA
R., daughter of Mr. Josiah Lanham,- all. of this
IMAtRIED, on the 2nd Dec., by the Rev. H. C
Herlong, Mr. JA31Es D. S. LIVINO'Bro and Nhis
MARY P. VAcotN, youngest dughter of Mr. Jas
Vaughn, all of this District.
DIED onthe 5th November last, CAROLiN B.
itfant daughter if Capt. r? M. and Mrs. EMiza
Cocneas, in the third yenr of h* r age.
The following lines, written -pnn the occasion a
this sad event, are alreetionatfely inscribed to th<
parents of the deceased chilba-ly a young lady o
And thall we never lienir igain
Thy sweet-toned voiceC of love I
Nor ever clasp thy gentre hand .
Till friends meet friends above I
And shall we never feel again
The embraces of thy love,
And thy little arms around 11s
Like the soft wings of a -lo? 1
Ah, parents! I can -withlou weeps
And sigh, as thou dootmsigh,
For the gentle one who flel asleep
To 'waken li the sky.
She lies In the cold churcb-y;rd
Her grave will so6n heWreen
Yet pressed by angel foot-prints,
Though the angels are unseen.
Kind Saviour! help the afflicted
In their sorrowing and tears ! .
And bend the how of Prodise,
Where a shalow now appears !
Turn their sad gaze, while mourning,
Where the stars are liung on high
Show them their chernbsm:laing
From the portals of the sky.
DIrD, in Lexington Distriet, on the morning e
the 21st of December ist, at lis father's residenie
near Leesville, AnNER WLLiAss, aged 22 years
mouths and 2 days. -
If the memory of the just-be blessed, it is no
proper that such a rman a. Mr iWLimmaa1ts should b)
consign-d to the tomb, vwithout some tribute to hi
worth. Though'not distiineffhed by caispienou
station or extraordnnry talents,-he Wias possessed o
those solid virtues which-digijfyand adorn the man
and niake the citizen an element of real strength ti
coitiiitics and States.
By this sad event, two paients, one child, and tw<
sisters, are deprived of the :iope and comfort v
their ezartihly existence; and.n numerous circle o
relatives and friends art left to.sourn the death e
one who hnd endeared hindto them by his a(
feetionate disposition,and the meekness and genthe
nIesS of his manners i for all 'who knew hini, lovei
Although it is heart-rending to be elled upon t,
endure the utter annihilation -of the hopes and cx
peetitions, which cluster around. tle.life of such i
one as the departedt to be coielled to witniss ris'
he-lth blastel by disease, and; the beautiful forn;
full of life and netivity stitrened by. death, and lef
to moulder in tihe cold and silept grave: yet we di
not mourn as those widout-bope; having ever:
reason to believe that our los.bas been his eterna
gain. Ilis sickness, which was of a irgering char
aeter, and was of ninety days duration, he boi
with christiin patienet and4 resignation. Not
murmur esaped Iris lips, at when the last momen
eine, enlilsny, and without. a ..struggle, his spiri
went to Iim who gave it.
For six or eight years previous: to his death, hi
had been a meniber of the l~aptist church. Ili
piety was ardent, consistent:rad profound i the pa
rent of sin ?ere conviction of a rull personsion of th
truth. The writer of these Juie saw him soon a
ter his conversion, and remember with intere~st,1hi
fervor of his love, and the hionesty of his -Jeal. I1
literally gloried in the croses of.Jesus Christ. Befor
hbemechiristi:mn, lie was. an exemnplary nii
tuprighit youth. After that -ev.ent, lie b'eenme
holv amid devout cone. The deserves to beo called. ii
tthe'apostolie sense, a saint of .the Lord.
I1e ild been married, but at the time of h's ileatl
was a widower, his wife. having died about twe
years before, lHe leaves one child, (whichl wat
near aind dear to him) to tm n~u -his ls: lbnt h
committed it to, God, who isat.( father -of the father
less ,and will not siuller his litIt, ones to faiihi.
"BRhssed aire the dead wh' h idie in the" 1 ord~
yea snith the spirit, that thieysi? frurmalwhdr.labors
and their works do follow thery'
" Oth ! mrourn for those .who wep
Whlomt stern afflictinn'ehd..
With anguish over the hi4gIy sleep"
Of lover or of friend.
But they to whoim the sway
Of pain andi grief is o'er
Whose tears our Guod has wiped away,
Oh ! mourn for them -no mnure."
L E~i'sviL.., Dec. 24, 1852.
gig THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON
BROOKS, announce htim :as-a .eandida:te to nr
resent this Congressiomi District in the nex
Cotigress, Mr. Ben-r huaving positively deelnce
a re-elect ion.
g~J THEn Friends of Hon.?C. P. SULIVAN
of Latnrens, annorrnee hinm nsya Candid:ate to rc
present the Foturthi Conginssional District, con
sisting of Edgefield, Abbeville, Imurens, New
berry and Lexington, in the next Congress.
g: TiiE Friends of the Hion. J. FOSTET
M ARSIA LL,, announe him as a Candidate, I<
represent this Congressional District in thi
Tutu Fifth Sunday U~nion Meeting of the 4t1
Division of the Edgeniel Baptist Assooiation, wit
tmeet at the Ufons's Casar Cnun, on Friday be
fore the fith Sunday in JIanuary inst. Rev. S. P
Ge-rzen to preach the introduetory Sermoen, at 1:
o'clock, A. M. Subject of discussion, Whatt is
visible Church of Christ and its purpose.
Publishsed by order of the meeting.
G. W. KIXON, CLTn.RK
Tur M~emibers oif the Miissii Bioard and Bosola
Depository wilt nmeet at Edgefield C. HI., on Wed
nesday after the first Sabbath in;January.
A puinctual'attendane is requested.
By Onler of the Board,
JOHN H LET, Stee'y.
Dee. 29. 19.55.
T HIE Exercises of this Institution wilt be re
sumned ott Monday 31st Jnuary,185~3.
'Thle Rules. Rates of Tuition &c., are the same as
histi year. A ny information~ respeting the Schioou,
BoarJ, &c., enn be uobt ied by addressinig the
subscriber through Loanmises Pust Office, Edgeniel
GEO.. CrALPIIN, ParsCALa..
Jan 12 52 6it
A REGULAR Conmuniention of
No. 50, A. F M., will lie held at
their Hall or. Saturday evening, 15th
.Januatry, at '7 n'r'ot-k P. .
By order of the W. M.
N. B.-Thiose Members who areO in arrenrs will
pilase take norice of Rule X\'. of the By-Laws,
a part saf which is here iniserted.
"Everu Memtber twelve mionths iun arrears shall
be notified of it by thte Seeretary ;and if ho then
fails to discharge thte same his namte shall be pub
licly reaid at threo successive stated meetings, and
if the arrears be not then paid, he shalt no-longer
be eoinsidleped a Member of the Loidge. And
shioul tie at anty fintaire period wish to- be reinstated,
hle must first pay the balance standing against bimi
at the tiimi of hits suspension, tand theanimako appli
ation according to Rule XIV.
Jant 12 1It5
TJH O1IA S G. K EY,
.ST-0RNEY AT L AWI.
EI" Ura removed his O111ee to the Rooms over the
store of Mr. 14. C. Bianvr.
.ltn 4 . - 3rn 54
JU:ST received: and for sate by
v.0i tf 43
ALL UNDER ONE PAVIL)
GREAT GOMBIREN.9D X1
. .. . . .. . . ..
UTILL EXIIBIT AT CAL10UN'S M1LLS,
'VMonday, January 17; DUNTONSVILLE
Edgefield , H. Wedi
Startling Intelligence !
The most extraordinarv and interesting coi
bination of WILD ANIMA.S, and
Elegant ad Claste Arcua Sports.
ROBINSON & ELDRED,
So Iong reiowed for their complete and chaste
A rena Performaniies, begr to make kioi it) the
inhabitints of Sonth Carolina, that in order
wore fully to satisfy their patrons, they have
lately, at a cost of
t 40, 0 0,
Purchased the superb collection of Aninmls,
lately belongiig to SAN)S. QUICK & CO.,
jitstly clebratcd for the unumbher and variety of
the specimens of Aiiiniated Nature, it contains,
-among which are
The Great War Elephant Bolivar,
Weighing 10,000 lbs., and over 11 tevet Iirh.
This huge SUaIaIous animal, is perfectly docile,
and perfornis almost inereditable feats wf
f strength and eunning.
Two Lions and Lioness,
ROYAL BENGAL TIGER.
TERRIFIC WHITE OR POLAR BEAR.
Weighing over 1200b ls., the only specimen in
MAGNIFICENT BLACK OR INDIAN TIGER,
The only spreimen ever imported in Ameriea.
Huge Grisly Bear of Californla.
'1 R1. A. J. D EM E RE ST, Prof. ()f Dni
.. o'ers his rvices to the I.adi;es al G'ntle
muen of EngeClield jtistrict. je will giv entre
t ion) inl a variety of* new andl lashlionable
Dances, Quadrilles, Waltzes, Polkas,
Such as Gorlitza. Mazurka, Sthottisch. Ridlorva,
J enny Linl Polka, I top Waltzes and Scotch I tanees.)
] e' wi!l teneh a Sdhool any where in Eelelield
Distriet, proviled it be namle up for him, bIween
.this ad snie diy in February next. Ladies not.
hcking to attend the School, can have prate Lee
sonls given t hem by fo.rmincg a pacrty of tight.
Alr. I). enn be seen or add resed at this place,
w there he' miay be. focu. at all timues unless whenc
Iabsent attending lia Schon. ~.
Ilie ha~s hail severalh Chawses ini Edg'ercid andi
hsopes hv diligent aittenitioni toi et maiiy more, lie
refer~s uwith pleacsure andu conlidlence tu all tho.se genl
' lemteni who have pa;troised hinm.
SNOWDEN & SIIEARI, Augusta, Ga.,
havie receivedl fromt Nw LYo rk, a fu'l sup'ply
, f itich'fapeistry Y'e CARPlETS, of new andi
T1apesctry lirnsaels'and Brussels CARPETh, at
su'per.or T1hree Ply and Ingrain C.\IPETS, of'
newt andi b'eautiful sty les:
Cirrtasin~ 3.TRTA .S; C(.UN ICFS; Hra's andi
Plated Stair ItOIUS--to iileh they respectflly in
tite the attention of the public.
.Jan 12 if ~>
Osnaburgs and Negro Cloths,
t At ilaunufacturer'si Prices!
~NOW DEN & SHEAR, Anguita. Ga-,.
hjlave on hand, a full supply of COT TON 0S
-N A lilt ROS oif t he moc(st a pproved st yles : Ne~
K llSEYS. o~f George cle~y's. Wil ali Schleky'sr
anid of the Autguista .\anucfnetuirin~ C1omoany.
of the Augusta Alainfactu ring Comaniiiy, all of
whlich, thely ill se'l at very liow prie- s.
ff The pulick are resp'etfully reqtested to ca~ll
and examaine the acm ortment.
.lasn 12. tt 52
Undressed Bleached Shirtings,
i MOWDENM & Sfl EA R, A ugusta, Ga.,
,A have received from New York, ER~tra -.-4
ll.nehe-d SIlI !RTINf', pierfetly undreed, nnd a
very superior fthric for fbadid and Gentklemen
w;cr. The publik are respectfully regnevstedl to call
and examine the article.
Boot and Shoe Mianufac tory,
all I E Siubslcrr havinmg retnewed unJoti ncerealed
1.facilities in his husiness, takes tilis mecthiod of
inoringa his, kind' p'atrmne, that he 'till remains act
the Fiame il-e wher.- lie was l'st yeair, ad cin
inu as to matke Fine Dress Doiuh'e. Mol.' and Pumop
liOfITS, oft the tinest anid It at Mlateria's, aind good
lits~ warranted. loI
T lhnve now on ha~nd a benuctifil var'ety of Boots
and Shames Elf mvi own \lan uifneturr, wh-iebi. fur one
monEthl I will sell at ~OW r'ittces FUlR CAS] .
Jan 12 As 52
A ET E1Nofln experieneensc Teach
The Advertiser lhas bein in thae hais' ofpeprn
Pupils for the Sophomoreli.L Chass in College', andl be
siub-s Classies anid Sceience. lhe teachies thec French
laguati~ge peteety, and n comrplete cou-se of Fnglish.|
Euletioni. The moot satisfactory referenes and, I
testimoilsii will,.lit giveni.
A ddrss A. 31. Teacher, Atngnsta, Ga.
dlan 12 1I*52
Return Day is Comaiig!
L L thitse indebitedl to blie Subscribser by NateI
.1art' thus publ~ic'ly and respiectfuilly notified to
mke paymecnt by the First of February. Those
woli f.iil 'to comp''y with the aohve terms', will find
their Notes in thte hands of G. W. Landrum, Ess1.,
fo colleetion. Money is wanted, and must be hiael.
L S. JOHNSON.
Rcad and Take WVarning.
TI lOS~ i ndebicd to the U'ndersigned, either by
INute or Acinnt, atre hiereby initermied that
ulss they settle by Rleturn D.ay, they wi, iii'h
criinatelyv, bave to pay cost. I aii hardl op for
iony an I will be comp -lted to pursue the above]
method in order to keep front being sued. So, get
tleen, coino forward and pay up, withouttdeliy.
Jant 12 5t.
W ILL~ be sold before the Court IHcuse steps
-V on Wedinesday, 19th inst., at lI o'elock~ A.
\. to the highest biddler, thu lioese immeditely
in 'rer of the Court h~onse, ntiw occupied by Me-stss
ToraNs and' TtmuAms as Law (Illices.
Te'rims miade kniowin on day of sale.
]19 Order tof thme linardl.
Jan JOhlN IUI ET, Cu-st 'r.
80 .\GS A agssta Cantil Fl.OUR, ihr .efetlw n
n..,b.r., Nov 29 tf 'th1
ION AND ONE PRICE.
NAUERIE & OXRGXUS,
on Saturduy, January 15: at LIBERTY HILL,
Tuesday, January 18, iad at
tesday, 19th January.
A WHOLE TRIBE of MIONKEYS,
1YENAS, OURANG 00TANG, ZEBIRAS,
KANGA ROO, R11INOCE ROS, LA31A,
with a delightful collection of
Form a part of thi4 immense and interesting
CONNECTED WITi WIuCH IS
THE GREAT SOUTHERN OIRCUS!
With all its Arena Sports and Entertainments,
aned comprising a greater list of Equestrian
STARS than ever.
3 aster James Robinson,
Will appear in all his dillieult and wonderful acts
Vill hitrodnee her superb dancing and per
formimg horses, JUJIITER and UEESWING.
Will ride his twu interesting 1ioneys, Snarley
The Great Aeronant Lenping Equeatrian, will
perform his wonderful. Pony - Venetia Trelaw
Will deliit all who behold her chaste and ele
E2P A host of mincor Starm will also appear.
T. U. TIDMARSII, AGExi.
Jan 12 It 52
BARGAINS IN D R Y GOODS.
WM* H. CR1ANE/
IS SELLING OFF his large and silendid as
swrtment (if Winter Goods, at very RE
])UCEI) ITiCUES. in order to imake oom for ise
Sjring Stock. Thuse who wish to lurelia-e Gooei
Cheali, will do well ft give him a enll. Among
Ich, plain and figured ilks-very cheap.
EI.-gani Freh I . l~cines-very low.
lilack Bombicaz'nes andic A lpnceens.' do, do.
A great variety of Lew pried D'eLanes and
lck acnd figure.d .,tlourninig I)eLan--se.
Fine Frech ainel English .lerces, ceap.
Plaidi adi figu-red colo~redl .\lpace.is, beacutifuel and
BIack Silk Viawetes and t~Clocks, ve'ry low.
Fin~e I lcek aned Cei'eredl :lcahmre. Sha~wls.
E~czeeat P'laid Woorlenc [.ecng Sha~wls.
A larcgce asortentz of Phkil Woo~l Shatwla and
somie very cheap.
0i-nod Negrro lKerseys at l25 eentsc.
.\ harge asortenit of Gineghams and Printa
Pelain'French Berage a~cr liel.n'e.
MeI-rinoe C.lcaks. aind Shawls, someL anmall fir chil
A great variety cof Embhroiedered Collars and
8--lI )en!lel laznkel et< af c ents.
!.t-4 dec. doc. very lcow.
10-4 liit4 lkd'r a(ccn ets o lo.
Pine WVelchi and Sik Warp Fhmnne1<.
Iinrnit ure IDuiety Tweceds, Sactincets.
Cacsinmers acid Clocth,-v iery (ebenph.
Ccoctcn Osnrubargs-, Shcirting, ~sheeat.ngs, Drilling.s,
Th1e abovelc. ande a ve~ry grat variety of other gomds
will be socld very low. Call at 242 Broad street.
Jan. 12. -br fc.
List of Letters
I E~ilAINlING irn the Posat-Ollice at Ed;;eield
Court. Ilouse, 31st. Decembi~er, 18l2.
A.kian.-nt. .Joephc D. Pnrdew. Daevid
Beting, Joseeph Perry, Capili, A. g.
Ieard, Cha~rles A. Price, Thionac
Bird, Eldred Pttterson, J. W,
Brllev, N. L. 2rool, Joerdan
Pedso', Mrs. Sarah Prescoat. J. Hi.
Berry, C. WV. Quactiebucm, Dani-el
IBccd, John S. Ramuland, Judelh, )
Brdley. Ilenry Raiborni, Benj.
Burt, 3'loodyl 2Rcthlerford, WVilliosn
Cg burn, 3(nry A. M. Ryn, Benjamitn
Carter, Charles Rownedtree, J. Ii.
D.17heor, Mr. Revno!4s. Admin'r
Denu, Tichit ha 3 of Janmes Whittle.
Elder, 11. BI. Reatrden. JTohn:
Eiclb.l~erge-r, John Rnmisey, Williacm
Ferusoacn, Jcoe Re~sc, Georgina
Glocver, Da;vid IBuse, 'Thcomas 13.
led, Jntmes SSte~wes, WVl1f
leward, [[entry Shirly, Amos
leath:, D. V. 28mihh, 31aterseon
Jencings, Edward Sherlocek, WN. F.
Jninttgs, Ca roline Saiunderc. (2Cter A
Jenigs, Tilmn Taeylor Jmcmt han
Jones, Rebleveat S1'hra ieksil. Fra:nces
Kno., Thioma~s M. TJemptjle, Rachanel 2
Leop::rcd, Jesse RLJIIerbank, Samiuel
Lee, J. F.. Williams, Mrs. S.
Mar tn. Alsey 2Wynn, Luintda
Moret:n, Angustus William~s, Roger M.
Marsh, E. T. WVest, E. P.
Matis, Jechnr 2Wrnt, Bate"
Moseley, Martha G. Whit~iker, L. 11. B.
Mi, Mrs. Rebecca Whiraiker, A. Oliver
Moag, Joel WXeek', Luo.-e~a.
TConer, Frances 2
G. L. PENN, P. M.
Valiuable Lanads. for Sale,
STI .[, bc sold by coensent of all concerned, on
SFriday lice 4th ref February neLxt, at the
ito residence of John E(reps, dec'd., 01ne Tract of
FOUR? IUNDR ED 4- FIFTY ACR E-i,
afoein or less,. adjoising lhmds- Of Reuben Liherandl,
biley Rhmodeni; Riellard Gregory and othr-rs. Good
md sullicient titles will be mdee to- the pjurchaser.
Termcs made known on the day of sick..
A N1DRlEW KIR ES, tc
13. K. K REPS. ~, ugtt
Jan 12 3t S____
Bc it Distinctly Understood,
II.AT from the First of January 185.3 tile-TIN r
lBUSlNE~SS at Edigr ield C. M., will be car
ied strzietly on: the CAS11 STS'TEM.
I iave lust enaugh already and'amn'determcined to
wtain a more bf~~Iy th~e Credit syste.
A 1 Per.ntns ha.vig nIeecunnt' ansettledi by the 1st
February, will be sued withouct &istinetrnn-,- n I
we maoney and must pay my debts or be sued.
C. L. R EFO.
Jan: i, .it 5
GARIAGE and BWIGY IIA RNESS,.
LJ Wagccn I laccre, I)onle and Single-,
Riding Bridlles, P'l:mntaien 1ridlee,.Collars, &e.,
lanhetuoced of good macteria's, and by good work
en, ncxt door to J. B. Sezov.ix.
Ja ~R. T. MIMS8.52
VALUABLE -REAL & PERSONAL
Estate For Sale
ON TUESDAY the 15th
February 1853, owing to
loss of vision, ana conse
quent inability of my Fath
er to manage his domestie s'filirs. by his direct dn
will be sold, at his present residence, in Lexington'
Distriet, the following ditaeribed property.
Hlis well knowu M 1is, aan.l.ightwooa
Creek, with about Twenty-tive llundred (2500)
Acres of Lani attneind, a appears fromn a recent,
re survey. made by Mr. Sumtpson lnflie.
The G rit and Saw M1l, both being in good run
ing order, on a nevr fading strsam, within two
niles of navigatiton for rafts, a fair inducenent is of
fered to a purehaiser wishing to engage in the Lum
bering or Fluring business, as the water power is
we:i adapted to e.ther; and the Lund herevtiro
cultivated, has lung becn knuwi to yield fa r graia -
crops. , .
A i, three other smanal. Tracts, containing, about.
Two H u nd red and Fifty (250) A ores each, original
ly in one Grant, but since laid out into suitableJte
for sinall settlements, near the head of Little la k
:reek, and aadjo.ning lands belonging to Aaron
T.ylor, formerly a part of the same survey;--and
as lishas proved productive and capable of-yiel-.
ing line provision erops, the other three LAta being
4 the same quality of soil, must be lhewise valV
Among whom can be found MillerstSawyers, Wag- -
guners, man others capable of doing.Hluse or Pla-,
Alps, I lorses, Mules, Oxen, Cattle, Ton,. Corn,.
Foddrr. Peas and Vines, Flour, Potatoes, .libuse
hold and Kitchen Furn:ture, Farming iniplements,
Blacksmnith's Tools, Ioad Wagon, Timber. and
I'lantation Carts, mad sundry articles too tedious to
Tiais.-The Land and Negroes wiMl be soild oa
a crelit of one, twi atl three years-interest anad
One-th:rd of the pricipal p.iyable annually. 'The.
purchaser being required tip give bond and two -or
more approved securities, and for - the LAnd a
Maortgage of the Premises. For all other property
amounting to $5, a noto and interest, payable in
twelve itionthls, m ith approved security. . And for
all sums under $5, cwh on delivery of the property.
The ltiregoing terms not eing complied with, lorr
any property bid olY, the snme will be re-soldl, anl
the pr"s ona failin: to comply will be held bound -
to make gotod any deficiency between the latter und
Maj. Walter Qanttlebum or the U''ndersigned, wi.1
show any of the property if suitable aiplicatimi* be
mnle. PAUL QUIATELEDUM.
P1inaria, Jan 10. St 52
SherilP s Sale.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,
to ie directed, I shull proeceed to nell it
Edge'tie'ld Court Honle, ot the first Alonday
and Tuesday following in Feliriiry next, this
following prolerty, in the' following cases, vi.:
i. L. Bonham, W. 31. Burt and others, seen
rities, vs. John lill. Six Trunks containing
sundry articles too tedious to enumerate,
Steads, one fine MAsonic Regilia, &e. &c.
Mark Etheridge vs. Thoma, Swearingen. The
interest of the defendant in a tract of land con
taining one hundred and twenty-five acres, tore
or less, adjoining hinds of John R. Wever, R.
T. Mits and others.
Charles Price for Levi G. Hollowayvs. Joel
P. Hill ; John Dill vs. Joel P. Hill, one negro boy
James A. Devore vs. John R. Wever, Sam'l
Brooks, bearer. vs. The sane, Varions other
plaitils, vs. The same. The tract of land
where the defendant residea, containing five
hundred acres. more or less, adjoining lands of
Benjamin But lis, James Swearingen nd otherm.
Levi G. Holloway, vs. Win. Strom, Sr., Sim'
C.Strom and Edward Boyd. A tract of land,
containing three hundred acres, more orl1ear,
mdjiining lmanl oif L. Reynolds, WVashingtot
Stromu and others, thme property of the defeuid
ant. W~m. Strsom, Sr.
Marlin McCrarty, vs. Wmn. McCarty. The tmaet
of lanid whmee the defecndant resides, containing
one hundred. and sixty acres, miore or less.
R. J. Hlankinson, vs. John S. Randall.. A tract
of land containing t wo hnndred and fifty-two.
neares mnore or less, audjoining lands of Joseph
Coasnalham nnd David Powell.
Maithensey & Bsuwley, v's.. Wiley Fardao.- Tile
t~enet of bind whey the defend~ant residea, eon
taiiiing one hundred and fixaieres, nmore or les,~
adjoiniing lands of J. Wallk-r, Jamnes l'owell andt
John Cothrnn, vs. L. J3.. Mlamilton. The tract
of land where the defend:mnt re.,ided, at the
lime otf his death, conit~aiing thmree hundred
neres. maore or hess, aidjoinirng lands of Jas. 3..
Hlarrisona, John Irvin and alhiers.
John C'athmgv, vs. .F. P. Andersin ;Samuel
li'er;in, vs. The sam-e. The traict of land where
the deA-ndaunt resivl-*, conitaiing,' three hundred
nerses, more or ls.ss, :ndjoiniing lands of Wiley
Titmmermatn, Danri-l Mtinor and others.
Johna S. Smyvly, survivor, vs. Jaohn B. Carter,.
and Simn. Timmierman ; John S. Smyily, vs..The
samrre A lr;:et of ima containin'g or~e I u dred
and forty :meres, anore or less, the ropaerty of ~
thme defe'nahnt, Sim. Timme'ran, aidjoining hanads
of Wmv. Shaver nd uothers.
Da;vid WVestlwook,vs. Ruassel Hlardin. A tract
of hind conmtaining ...eventeen neres, more or less,..
adjaaining lands of Dr. Glalhiti, D~avid Wecst
brook and others.
Timasb Lewis, s. Cha rito Timtmerman. Theo
trnet of landt where the defendant resides, cont
taining one htundre'd and fity neres, more or
less, adjoininag lanads of Sima. Timermnan and~
Johan C'othran, ys. C. Weathaeringlon ; The
ama, vs. The same. One tract, ef lanad contain
ing five hundred' acres, more or less, adjoining
lanads of Henry Qnnttlehnam, Hugh Moasely and
others. Also, eleven negroes, viz: Joe, .Johua,.
Blomnd, Sally, Jane, Lucy, Lucinda, and. hor
LE WIS JONES, S-. E. E. Th
Jan. )'. dt 5
NTATPE OF SOU'1Il CAlt'LINA,
BY . T. WRIGIl'T, Ess.,. Ordinaary of'
Ede 1l Dist riet :
Whecreas, Samaursi S. liern has appit-id'to me
for Letters of Admninistratiaitn, (in all and singis
1::r the gaoods and ehattlies, rights anad credits of
Annia Galloway late aof thae District, aforesaid,.
TJhese are', thecrefore, to este nnid- mnins!a nW
anid siungulmar, thec kindred and c'ra'ditors eli the
said deceased, ta. be and appear befo're use at our
next Ordins.t'Cstert fair thec said District, to he
holden. at iEdgefiaeld Court House otn the 23d
day of Janury inst., to show enause if any',
whly the said adwmnistmtionu should not be
Gi'cea murler msy hand' andi' sentl, thais eigth
lay of Jaunsary, irnt thme year of our Lord ono
~housand e'ight hatndr'ed'and fifty-three, and ini
he sevenly-sevenit.h. weatiof American Indepen,.
enee. 111.?T. WRIGilT, 0. E. D,
ri HIOS'E indebted to the Estate of John F..
M3 ta--tina, dee'd., are here by notilled to mako,
umynmnt by Saiedaty next, as the estate is about be
g closed tup: anal those having demands wilt 2re
ent thema in due form by that time.
Hi. T. WRIGIIT', es E. Us.
Ordinary's Office. .Jana 12 4t 52
HOSE indebted to. se Subiseiiiben by. Note~oie
NA('connt previous tn~ the first of JIanuary, aro- -
mos5t cam'testly eqitestud to pay by sale day in Feb
unry, as I wanst the mioney,. anda oannot pssibhit
rait laanger. WM. McEVOY.
Jan 12 4t 52: -
XLL4 Persons indebted. to' thue- Estt of'Shrl
..Fendlym, deci., wilt please makeic immediate P~
sayment,.. Tfho'se havinag demnandas will present then .
roperhy anste.d fot paymuent.
ii. J. GILCHRIST,
Adm'r de bnis naon..
Dec11., tf - 48
Estra Fine Chewing
TlUST received a few Boxes of EXTRfA Fl1
'Jl CEWING TOBACCO, thi'e celebrated' Cat
oun Branid," manufactured expressly for the Sub
eriber. G. 1L. PENNS, AGEN..
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