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I Captain Walker.?The Washington
correspondence of the New York Commercial
Advertiser, gives the following interesting
account of the brave Capt. Walker,wh.)
was slain in the battle of Eiuamantla:
The death of Capt. Walker has excited
much interest here, and in the vicinity,
where he was best known. Me was an extra
ordinary man, he was mild and gentle. He
was one of those men of whom it mav be
I said that the outward appearance docs not
fully express the inward. Small in person,
retiring in manners, yet free and resolute in
his m.jde of speech, he pleased all with
whom he had intercourse (except the Mexicans.)
Few men of his age (30) probably
have been engaged m so many turbulent
scenes, lie was, of course, always expecting
death, and was not surprised when it
In my observation of his personal bearing
and conversation, I have judged that he
cared less for the fame of his exploits than
(or the exciting pleasure of nrcsent siriinn i??
the midst. ol danger. H remarked to mo,
with real modesty, that his services and dan
gers in the early pait of the war had been
overrated. Men, he said had been accustomed
to exaggeration in these things. Despite
the rough and revengeful life which
he led, he cherished the quiet feelings and
affections incident to home. On his last visit
to this city, when he called on the President,
he told him thai, having first paid his
affections to his mother, he had now come to
pay hisj^pccts to him fcr his country's sake.
He vva^men intent on furnishing himsell
and his men with all possible conveniences
and weannns tr?r th?-?ir fl-mnr?rnne J""
| .w. UitllgVI VUO U1IU urfl"
He equipped them with new Middles,
made under his own direction in this city.
He obtained an ample supply of those fatal
'revolvers.' invented by Colt for the purpo.se
of killin^m^n. His expectation of life was
as uncertain as his employment. His danger-daring
spirit was a sure passport to an
early death. He affected no military airs
when here, not a hundredth part of the importance
of a militia captain on parade ;
were citizen's dress, with a drab low crowned,
bell shaped hat, furnished with loun and
button, and lodged quietly at his brother's,
a plain, pious Methodist, a carpenter like
himself. Here many called to see the youthful
hero, and if he chanced to make his appearance
in public so as to be recognized,
the welkin rang again. Alas! his poor mother
would exchange all the shouts and all
the jjory earned by the deeds of her son,
for one warn embrace of his living form,
perhaps even of his dead one !
Extraordinary Fecundity.?The fol1
lowing jacis are communicated to us by a
gentleman of unquestioned veracity:?
Francis Kenney, now residing at the corner
of Bridge and Johnson-street, in this city,
married his wife Mary when she was 14
und he 16 years of ago. When she was
15 she had her first child ; at 17 she had
two additional children ; at IS three more ; j
at 20 she had four; at 21 she had three ; j
and at 22 years she hail two, which are now j
a few weeks old?making 15 children in i
8 years. These extraordinary facts will
probably arrest the attention of the faculty.
We should like to know how many of those 1
children are now living.? Brooklyn Star, j
When the remains of the gallant Walk- j
er were taken to Puehla, the botch of a car- ;
pentermade the cofiin too small, whereupon
IA Clinton, of Scott's company. 1st Pa., off
with his uniform, rolled up his sleeves, and
made him a coffin himself. He is a car
penler, it is slated, and is from Moyamensiug
or Southwark, in Philadelphia. Lieut.
Breese, of the same company, who is a
uj.-i :.t- -?
wiitcnsuiii.il, enicreu a smunery and in a do
Extent of the TTnitkd States.?
The United States have a frontier of moie
than 10,000 miles. We have a line of seacoasts
of nearly 4,000 miles, and a lake
coas'.of 1,200 milos. One ol our rivers is
twice the size of the Danube, the largest ;
river in Europe. The Ohio is 600 miles
larger than the Rhine, and the Hudson has
a navigation 120 milos longer than th?
Thames. The State of Virginia is a third i
larger than England. Ohio contains
5,130,000 acres more than Scotland?From
Maine to Ohio is further than from London
to Constantinople, and so we might go on
and fill pages, enumerating distances,rivers,
lakes, capes, and bays, with comparative
estimate of size, power, and population.
The Boy tqat Smokks.?What shall be
aid of the boy that smokes 1 Shall we pron&Hfice
any judgement against him?
Shall W? thflt Vlft i? oflnilii.in(? an ???!! I
J , ?> V.?.?
habit? That he is becoming a slave to a
master who, by and by, will be very cruel
to him ; that he is on the high road to
dandyism ; that he is beginning to be profligate
with his money, &c. Oh, that this
were the worst 1 What say the druggists,
who knows the stimulating effects of tobacco?
One and all, that it proves the first
step to drunkenness. "No young man,"
says Dr. Alcott, " wbo uses tobacco* in any
shape whatever, is or can be safe. He is
apt to be thristy, and water never satisfies.
Tobacco smoking feeds the love of strong
drink in two ways?first, by creating a
jnorbid thirst, and, second, by impairing
the appetite for food and indirectly encouraging
him who uses it to seek for that
strength which food should give him in the
use of extra stimulus. Let the friends of
temperance?temperance men above all the
rest?beware of tobacco in every form.".
Take care, then, tempera oca boya, how
y< u get that ti thy thing, a cigar, in your i
mouth. Abhor and ilotu.it it, for it is poison
and death.? Youttis Temperance Ad coral e. j
Boys.?Letting boys run wild in the j
streets is the ciiu.se ot'their turning out loaf- |
ers, gamblers, bullies and blackguards long '
before they ure men, and puts them beyond j
the hope of ever becoming orderly and re- i
spoetable citizens. L5ovs' eves and ears nr?? i
always open ; li t them mix with fighting
mobs a low limes, and they will have acquired
a taste lor swearing, blustering, and
fighting. They will consider it smart, and
the next tiling you hear of the hopefuls, will >
I be that they have had a duel with shingles, J
' or stuck their pocket knives into each other,
j So if you want your sons to grow up modroi
crats and street lighters, let them run at large
i:i the streets.
PitsiiKTF.KiAN Mission*.?It is stated in j
the ''Foreign Missionary" that there are, j
under the care of the Mission of Allahabad, j
J Northern India, a Mission College with 100 i
scholars: an orphan girl's school, with GO; !
seven li;ivi!ir o/.l./w.l . onfi . ?.1
_ . null OUU , (I I HI
a female bazaar school, with, GO scholars;
making a total of 508 pupils.
To the riiyskians of Abbeville District.
Gentlemen:?The undersigned feeling it
our duty, as well as the interest of society
at large, to lend a helping hand to the laudable
efforts that are now being made, by
the Profession, to elevate the standard of
medical education, and to check the further
march of quackery and imposition in our
ranks, request that as many of us as can, ,
meet in the Court Ilouse on Sale Day in j
January next, in order i<> appoint delegates '
to represent our District at the State Medi- i
cal Convention, to convene in Charleston !
in February next.
Drs. John Davis.
Joseph J. Wardlaw.
T. B. Dundy.
Abbeville C. 11., Dec. 15, 18-17.
, _ I
0"Tli? Abbeville Female Academy
will he rc-oprnod the second Monday in
Principal, D. McNkii.l Turner.
Teacher of Music, Miss Harrison.
IJoardinjj and Tuition at the usual prices.
Dec 21 43tf D. McNEILL TURNER. |
0*A Card.?I will continue to practice in j
the Court of Law for Abbeville, and will regularly j
attend its sessions. I refer my friends to Messrs.
Cochran & Noma: at Abbeville C. II.
Charleston, Nov 3 3G m5t
Id this village oil the 10th iiiat., by the |
Rev. A. 11. Cornish, ISAAC 13. COURT 1
RIGHT to Miss ELIZABETH A. F. j
KINGSMOI5E, all of this place. I
NEW COACii FACTORY.1
Di'ul & Taylor,
Respectfully announce to the. citiveiiB of this Vil- j
lajjr and vicinity, that they have leased the large ;
and commodious shop recently erected, and pro- .
pose to carry on the above business in ail its va- j
nous nranclies, such as building and repairing
DosutSic^, tSarotirlios kSajjjjBO.s &.c.
ami after tlie latest and most approved style.
Having employed tlio best of Smiths. Painters,
and Trimmer.--, we pledge ourselves that onr work .
shall not be surpassed by any other shop. Our I
timber and other materials shall always be of the
best kind. Our work warranted, and tho prices as |
low as can be a Horded. All we ;isk of the public
is to give, us a trial. We will commence business
the first day of January. MILTON II. DEAL.
EDWIN J. TAYLOR, i
N. B.?As we intend to have two Forges iu operation
in tho smith shop, wo will be ablo to do any
kind of plantation work on as good terms as can be :
done at any other shop. 1). T.
Abbeville (J. II., Dec 22 43 tf !
ThoBo indebted to the late firm of E. J. W. Agnow,
are requested to settle the same against the
first of February next, as longrr indulgence will
not be given. [Due West, Dec 12 43 (it
BjTTho following testimony from an influential
planter in Washington county, wo take from tho
Washington Co., Ga., January 5, 1847.
Dr. Hull?Dear Sir: It has been about three
years since I commenced using your Fever and '
Ague and anti-Fever Pills, 011 my plantation. I j
have had a large number of eases of chills and fever
and some few of bilious fever, and in no instauce
of either form of fever have I failod to effect ucure :
when directions were followed and they were taken
at the commencement of the disease. 1 havo
had greater success in using your Pills, than with
any other mcdiciue I have ever usediu my family;
there is no doubt but that when used according to
directions thoy will offect a speedy and radical
cure. Yours, with respect
_DecjJ2 E. BROWN.
Whereas, J. O. Conner applies to me
to grant him Lett .re of Administration on
the Estate of Gasaway Nichols, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite the kindred and
creditors of the deceased to appear before me
in the Court of Ordinary on thetJTih instant,
to fihpu; nnilQO uihtf onl/l iwlminSal??o*iA? aKaiiLI
? w?.uwv fT iij o?iw uuiiiiuioiiavivu OI1UUIU
not be granted* Qiyen under my hand 13th
Pec., 1847 DAVID LESLY,
Dec 33 l?r Ordinary,
Whereas, Jas H Wideman applies to me to
grant him Letters of Administration on the
EJstate of Leonard Wideinan, dec'd: These
are therefore, to cite the kindred and creditors
of the deceased to appear before me in
the Court of Ordinary at Abbeville C. H-, on
the first Monday in January next to show
I cause why said administration should not
be granted. Given under my hand this 20th
December, 1847 DAVID LESLY, Doc
99 48 iw Ordinary
F E M A L E A C A DEMY.j
(Und?>r the coiitrol of tho Baptist Denomination.) !
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. INicholls beg leave to
inform their friends ami the public that the j
second session of thi'ir srliool terminated on
the 17th instuut, and that tin: next sestnon !
-will rnmincnct" on 11??? Ifliii I
- -"V .."II v/1 Iiiiiiiiiiiy, lO'lO. J
Th-y again tender 10 their fri-nds their j
vc?ry sincere thanks for the continued and in- i
creastd patronage 'hey have received, inn! '
they trust, from the pleasing results of tin?
past year, that an undiminished attention on !
their parts, and th" improvements about to lie
made m the several departments of Music and
the Natural Sciences, will merit a continuance
of this confidence in their capability and i
A lady ol superior accomplishments will be
engaged, capable of conducting any department
in the School, so that no loss oi time j
can possibly be incurred by the indisposition j
or other unavoidable cause of absence of eith- I
er of the Principals.
The vacations will be so altered in the en- !
suing year that there will le hut a short vaca- i
tion in the summer, and one of five or six ;
weeks in the winter: such an arrangement !
being consonant with the wishes of the inn- i
jority of the friends of their pupils.
Arrangements ure made to secure comfort,
able board for any number of pupils, and it is
particularly urged upon the notice of the pub- .
lie that pupils are charged only from the time j
of their entering to the end of that session.
It is, however, highly advantageous to a pupil ,
ill i:uiiiin"llCC W1I n IIIC KCbSlOIl
(fc^-For terms, see the advertisem nt of the
Greenwood, Dee 22 43 If
All persons indebted to the subscriber are requested !
to call and settlo their accounts by the loth of January
next, as uo further indulgence will be given.
Duo West, Doc 15 42 3t
All persons indebted to Iho Estate of John Razor,
deceased, aro requested to make payment by the i
first of February next, and those having demands
against the Estate will present them by that tim<?
*n ?i.~ .J,.,;..;, - ? -I -
...? ?u?iuii<ivtiuui, ?i wnioii mm: mo r?siair will
be settled up and closcd in the Ordinary's oflice.
SARAH RAZOR, A . ,
I. C. RICHEY,
Dec 15, 1847 42 4t*
"Rough and Ready."
At Calhoun's Mills, I have opened a SHOP where
I will attend punctually and do all kinds oi'TAl- j
LORING in the latest and most approved style, i
on liberal terms, and be thankful of patronage.
Dec 15 42-41* J. H. BARKSDALE.
T I,1 1 f i w L1 l">
l.ivV i nfjii.
The subscriber has on hand at his Tan Yard in
Anderson District, a fine assortment of excellent
LEATHER of all kinds, which he will sell at N.
York prices. W. RANSOM.
Dcc 15 42 tit
i>argaiiis ! liargams !
SELLING OFF AT GREATLY REDUCED
The subscribers being about, to dissolve thoir
partnership, will sell their STORE GOODS
st greatly reduced prices uuii; the 28lh of
t.his month, so much 60 that any person who i
call.-", wishing1 to buy, will not leave without I
making a purcliuse, and on tlutt day (tin* 28ih) ;
and days immediately after, the butane* on i
hand will he 8old at pubic auction. Their
stock compns-s tlie usual articles kept in a
country store. Terms will he favorable.
J. & S. DONNALD.
Mt. Hill, Abbeville Dis.. Dec 8 41 3t
Furniture for Sale.
On the 27tl) instant, will bo sold, by the subscriber
at t he Planters' Hole], a large lot of
FURNITURE, consisting of Tables, Chairs, !
Bedsteads, &c. J\l. D. ROCHE. j
Dec 8 41 31. I
Th?re will be sold, ut the latn residence of
Jolm McGelvy .deceased, on the 27th and 23th
of tliis ir.onth, viz : *22 likely Negroes, Corn, j
Fodder, Cotton billed up, Horses, Mul> p, |
Cows, Hogs, Sherp, and th.-re is about ten j
thousand pounds of Pork to 6el), well fattened, !
two Koad VViirrwons, one Carriage, one Bug1. !
py, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and j
a great many other articles too tedious to !
mention Terms nmde known op the day of
unto Sinlfi In >' -1"' I
n/uiv iw (.wiiiuii iiu?7 ai i\; u twuch. I
JAMES McCELVY, Adm'r |
Doc 8 41 3w
martin &_le~E7~ ~
Attorneys at Law,
ABBEVILLE C. H.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership in ?
the pructico of LAW and EQUITY, and will at- I
tend the courts of the Western circuit, and also
Edgefield of the Southern circuit.
Their offico is situated in the range east of the
public square and adjoining Messrs. Thomson &
Fair's office. [Nov J 7 38-ti'
B. T. MARTIN. WM. AUG. LEE ,
Will be Bold, on Wednesday the 22d of Do- |
cember, at the lute residence of R. H. Lesly, j
deceased, a part of tho prraonal prop, rty be- |
longing to the estate of the paid deceased,on
a credit of twelve months, consisting of corn,
fodder, oats, hay, cotton seed, potatoes, horses,
hogs, cows, sheep, &c. Also, two or
three liUeiy negroes.
JOHN W. LESLY, Adm'r.
Dec 1 40 3t
Lewis J. Wilson v. Jane A. Wilson, nnd
It appearing to my satisfaction, that Joseph
Richey and Nancy C. his wife, and Edward
R \A7 lldAn - - *1-2? ~ J ?
u ?? IIOUIII piilklDD ur| ID III HUH UUHU, rt'HIUU
beyond the limits of this State : Ordered, that
they do appear and objoct to the division or
sale or the Real Est ate of John Wilson, dec'd,
on or before the 17th day of February next,
or their consent to the same will be entered
of Record. DAVID LESLY,
Nov 24,1647 89 3m Ordinary.
JJfeatly and Expeditiously Executed at the office
Abbeville Male Academy.
The exercises ol tins Academy will bo resumed on
the lirst .Monday (3d day) of January.
Hairs ol 7 uilut/r, ]w.r Session of 5 Months.
For spoliin<r, reading and writing, )$7.00
Tho above, with English grammar, geography,
history, arithmetic and composition, 10.00
Tho above, with logic, rhetoric, chemistry,
philosophy, astronomy, algebra, geometry
aim tito Higher mathematics, Latin and
l-'or contingent expenses, 50
Dec 15 A. A. MOUSE.
Mile Creek Academy.
'I'lie Trustees of this Academy would announce to
tin* public that they have engaged the Rev. J. L.
Kennedy, A. M., to continue his services
tiood hoard can he had at JjjjUO the year, and tuition
from JjjjlM to 1 by the year. ,Mr. lv. lias
been stiecei-sful iu preparing students well for the
South Carolina College, and others. Tho School
will commence on the 3rd Monday in January next.
Uy order of the Hoard.
TliOS. II. McCANX, Src'ry.
1'. S.?This academy is between I'endleton and
ClreenviUe, and between the stage road and Dunham's
bridge. Dec 15 4:1 Ihv
Valuable Savannah Iliver Jvaiul
Jane Ifcobison, Adin'x., v. Murk S. Anthony
ami others.?In Kijuity?Bill /or For,
Mo an<l ll'/u/.
l>y vi ' ? Decretal Order passed in this
cast*, i ? 'I, Ml Abbeville Court House, oil
Salo D iuntmry next, to thy highest bidder
fbk ..li, a.l thai tract of Land drncribcd
mi the 13:11, containing six hundred and twenty-sewn
-jcr.is, inon: or h-ss, situate in the
District of A!>?n*Vlll?,_ nn llin vu.-.t..ro Si... ...
null nvt.T, adjoining lands of Sarah White,
W illiam K' own, John Oliver and others;
said land told for the purpose of foreclosing
mortgage, Purehusur to pay tor titles.
II. A. J1 'N ICS, c\ I*, .v. I).
Com'rs ofIic<\ Due 1(1, 1817 4"2 3'.
Abbeville SlioxifF Sales.
liv virtue of sundiy Writs of Fi- ri Facias, to
me directed, I will sell, at A<?b?;viile Court
House, on tins first Monday in JANUARY
next, the following property, viz:
010 Acres of Lund, more or less, bounded
by (^aliricl Cox, Col. Patterson mid
others, levied on ;is the property of l'eter
13. Mornguc ads John R Wilson, Treas'r.
&c., and others.
340 Acres of Land, more, or less,bounded
by Leonard Widemau and others, levied on
as the property of.lolm Lyon ads John B
Rountrec and others.
GU Acres, more or less, bounded by Rev
James Smith, Zachariah Graham and others,
levied on as the property of George.
Eimore ads John Henderson.
513 Acres, more or less, known as the
Tennant Tract, bounded by Hon. D. L.
YVardlaw and others, levied on as the property
of VV C Smith ads Ilenry Cutlino and
130 Acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of George Bigby and others, levied
uu its me progeny oi jonn ? iison ads the
creditors and heirs of Hugh Wilson.
'25S Acr-'S of Land, more or less, adjoining
lands of Milton Cob!), Mrs Williams
ad others, levied on as the property of the
administrator of William Whitley ads the
Ex'or of D Itich trdson.
300 Aeres more or less,bounded by William
Hutchison, Elizabeth White and others,
levied on as the property of Archibald
Mauiden ads G i' l'ettigrew and others
1 Sorrel Mare and one Man's Saddle,
levied on as the property of Joseph IJergen
ads B L Posey.
1 Mule, levied on as the property of Da
vis narusuaie ads James JLi Alartin and
On Wednesday after Salt; Day, at 12 o'clock.
at the residence of defendant, one
lot o( corn and lot of husks, levied on as
the property o( Alex MeWilliatns ads Jas
A. C. H AWTHORN, s. a. d.
Sheriff's office, Dec 9, 1847
Partition in Ordinary.
Daniel Blain, by his att'y in part. vs. James
W. Blain, and others.
Will 1>r sold, on the first Monday in January
next, the Real listato of William Biaiu, <le
.1 iv. _ r?~?
<-"io' u, iwr i itruuuii, Kiiuuit; ill iVI>n''VIile
District on Long Cane ererk, adjoining
lands of C Razor and ?iiirrs( containing JJ35
acres, on a credit of twelve months.
By order of' D. Leslv. Ordinary.
A. C. HAWTHORN, Sheriff.
Doc 19, 1847 42 3w
Partition in Ordinary.
Enoch Barniore and wife, v. Pinclsncy
Jones and wife, and others.
Will he sold, on ihe firwt Monday in January
next, itio Real Estate ol Hugh Morrah, deeeusrd,
called liie Home Tract, situate in
Abbeville on Long Cane creek, adjoining
lands of Thou Eukms, and others, and containing
*^00 acr?'B, more or leas, on a credit of
12 months, for Partition, by ordor of the Court
of Ordinary. A. C. HAWT11LRN, Sh'tf
Dec 9, 1817 42 3w
Partition in Ordinary.
W7m Bartnore, v. the heirs of George Bar
more ana omfrs.
Will be sold, on (lie first Monday in January
next, the Real Estate of James Barmore,
deceased, containing 400 acres situate in Abbeville
District, on waters of Turkey Creek
and Saluda river, adjoining lands of Allen
Dodaon, Dr W T Jones and others, on a credit
of twelve months, by order of the Court of
Ordinary. A. C. HAWTHORN, Sh'ff
Dec 9,1847 42 Sw
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having demanJs against WraB
Devlin, deceased, will present them to John
L Devlin or to David Lesly, for payment,
without delay. DAVID LESLY, Ex'or.
Pec 8 41 lw
| Greenwood, S. C., Dcc. 6, 1847.
The Board of Trustees of the Greenwood
I Mal?) ami Female Academies, under the
! control of the Baptist Denomination, take
! pleasure in informing iho friends and patrous
of these institutions and the public in
general, of the efficiency and success with
which they have been conducted the present
year : That Mr. und Mrs. Nicholis con
sidermg themselves permanently locatcd
in this place, the Board feel justified in affirming
that under the uble Rectorship of
Professor U. 11. Nicholls a thorough and
complete course of instruction in the various
, branches of female education will be im;
parted to tho:?e committed to his care. And
, while the Board regret that tha increasing
I ill-lu alth of Mr. W. L. Harris renders it ne,
cessary for him to discontinue the Kcctori
ship'jf the Male Academy they congratulate
j themselves and patrons iu having employed
! Mr. Allen L)edericlc as his successor. Mr.
Drderiek brings with him testimonials of
the most satisfactory kind from the Rev. W.
D. Strobrl, the Rev. (i^o. NefT A. M. and
others, th?? authenticity ol which as wellas the
higli literary and moral character of the
gfiitlt'inen giving them are substantiated by
J.,. I*.... t? . .1 r-*
..... n>;v jwiui iiiuiunan v. iJ. ol ^JUarlcstuii
8. C. Mr. Dederiek has bern leaching
the present year in Georgia and our attention
was directed to liitn as a gentleman
well qualified to take charge of the Institution
by the Rev. \V ,T Hard and other gentlemen
ofthe city of Augusta who are personally
acquainted with him.
.For the liberal Patronage which these
Institutions have received during the present
year the Board feel thankful ; and
with the increased and increasing facilities
which they oiler for intellectual and moral
?.? 11 I - -C.I .1 '
j V.UUUH.-, mu uuitru conuuenuy ic,ok lorwarct
to their Patrons, Friends and a generous
Public for a continued and incensing patronage.
Terms per Session of 5 Months.
Ill the Mule Department.
Orthography, Reading, Writing and
Elementary Arithmetic, $6.00
The above, with Geography, Grammar
and Parsing, 9.00
The above, with higher Arithmetic,
History and Composition, 12.00
j The above, with the Classics, &c., 15.00
Contingent expenses for Fuel, &c., 50
lii the Femaie Bqiuiimcnt,
The Literary branches the same as in
tlie Male?the highest class embracing Logic,
Rhetoric, Algebra, Geometry, Natural,
Moral and Mental Philosophy, Chemistry,
Use of the Globes, Construction of Maps,
Botany and Astronomy.
The French and Spanish Languages,
Music?Piano and Singing, 20.00
Use of Piano, 2.00
Embroidery, &c., 8.00
Painting in Oil and Water Colors and
Drawing, at from $10.00 to 815.00
Good Board may be obtained for any number
of pupils at $3 00 per monih.
The scholastic year is divided into two
sessions of five months each. The first ses|
sion commencing the 2d Monday in Janu......
.i .1... ? <-- ? - *' - ??
uiiu iin: secuuu me tsi muuuay in
July. Pupils are only charged from the
time of entering to the end of that session.
J AMES M. CHILES, Ch'n. B. T.
W. 1?. Hill, Sec'ry.
Editors favorable to the Institutions will
Dec 8 41 3t
Clear Spring Academy.
This School, now under the chargo and di*?
ruction of Jumes Mabry, Esq.,will be resumed
on the first Monday in Jauuiiry, and will con
tinue its exercises until the first of July,
when there will be a vacation during that
month, after which the exercises of the school
will lie resumed and continue till the last day
tv i? ?.? !. ? - i-:? - --i -
Ill liuv lliuri, i'Ulll M'a.-IUIIH 1I1UKIUJJ U KC'IIU"*
lastic t?Tin of ten months. The most tho,
rough and complete; instruction will be given
in the Greek and Roiiiun languages, together
with Alyeora, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry,
The Academy is 5 miles east of Calhoun's
Mills, iu a h' uli hy and beautilul place)' with
the advantage of the best and purt si water
immediately at hand ; the place has also great
advantages in respect to a very morol, social
and int?.*ih<r',nl neighborhood, recommending
it to nil. The best of boarding may be had
for six dollars p<-r month.
The rates ot tuition established by the
Trustees are as follows :
Rates of Tuition pr.r Session of 5 Months.
For the first rudiments embracing
Reading, Writing and Spelling, $6 00
The above, with Arithmetic. English
Grammar and Geography, 8.00
The above with Algebra, Natural
Philosophy and Chemistry, 10.00
The above, with Latin and Greek, 15.00
The Academy will also be under the direction
of the following
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
John Widfinan, Esq, John Harris, Jas.
McCaslan, M. O. McCaslan, Samuel Wideman.
[Dec 8 41 4t*
Waggons for Sale.
A second-hand one-horse waggon and a two-hone
waggon, both in good order, with harness, can be
bought cbeap. Apply at this offiee. [Oct 20
Enoch Birmore and wife, applicants, vs.
Pinckney Jones and others, def'ts.
It appearing to my satisfaction that
Sharp and wife. Jane, ? \ Murray and
wiie, Mary, iwo ot mo ueiendanls, reside
without the limit* of this State: It is, therefore,
Ordered, thatthry do appear aY)d object
to the division orsale of the Real Estate of
Hugh Morrah, deceased, on or before the first
Monday, In March.next, or their consent to
the sartie will be entered of record* v
DAVID LESLY, O. A, D.
No* 34, 1W W, 9m
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