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Tha ukea tus abidh ne nwiuiag barts."
On Thursday 12th January, by the Rev.
Simpson Jones, Mlr. ROBEar BAUGH of
Alabama, to Miss G. E. BArs of LeXing
ton. S. C.
On Tuesday 24th inst., by H. A. Smith,
Esq.. Mr. AL.- GaiFIT to Miss SARAH
BAsaw, all of Edgefield District. S. C.
AUGUSTA EXCHANGE TABLE.
Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. par.
Bank of Agusta,
Branch State of Georgia at Augusta,
Agency Bank of Brunswick,
branch Georgia Itail Road,
Bank of St. Mary .s.
Bank or M.tilledgeville
Bank of the . f Goo. at Ltav.
lr.uebet of ato -
Agency ot'ditto. at Greensboro'
Bank of Brunswick.
Comnercial Bank, at Macon,
Geo. R. .- & Bkg. Go. Athen ,
Marine& Fire I... Bank,8av. "
Branch orditto, at Macon,
Planters Bank, Savannah.
Esehange Bank, Brunswick, brok
Lke ulgee Bank.! brok
Cera Bank ofGeorgia. 35 a 35 d
Central . R. & Bkg, Co. Sav. 3 a 06
ILs. ik. ofColumwbus, at Macou, 6 a 10'
Alabama Notes, 1 a 14"
Bak of Hawkinsville. 25 a 30
Phasnix Bank of Columbus, 6 a 10"
Charlestdn Banks, par.
Bank of Camden,
Bank of Georgetown.
Morehants', at Cheraw,
No &dc or UAcartsin.
Bank of Darien asd Branches.
Chattaboechsee R. Road & Banking Company.
Monro I. Rnad & Banking Coipany.
Planters'and Mechanics' lauk, Culnabus.
Vstern Bank of Georgia, at Rome..
On New York, I a 0 prem.
-Charleston, par a das.
Savannah. par a prew.
Philadelphia. i a 0 prem.
Lexington. Ky. par a 1 1_
Hausuao, January 2'
Couen.-The receipts of Cotton by wag
ons and boats continue heavy. nuost of
which is sold on arrival; the planters being
more disposed to sell than they were some
weeks ago. The demand continues active,
with litde or no falling of'in prices from last
week's notice. We received Liverpool
dates, on Saturday, up to 15th December,
with a decline o better qualities of Cotmo
from id to Id., while the middling and
fair sorts remained without cbange o4 the
preceding week,. The trade, however,
w asif~yy and in good conditios, and the
only cause fur a decline was, that it is ex
pected the crop of Cotton in the -United
States will be very large. These accounts
have not caused our market to, give way
worth noticing. We quote from 5 to '61
ets., according to quality. Principal sales
S to 64. cts; andda some instances 7 eis.
can Ue obtained fra strictly boice brand.
The January accounts aaleoked for with
a deal of aearestnes. wMcb setde our
AusbsT&, Jandary 20.
Ceten.-And this condition of our mar
kot can be cowspared to a becalmed vessel
at sea. the pilot waiting for a wind, pro
-pitious or not, put his bark in moio.
Buyers ami14 sellers in this market, to yes
terdiay evening, have been niting for
news by the steamer to operate, buyers
being afraid of soiling at too lowv prics.
rThe receipts of se week have been large.
and the transactions (ewe The prices of
our last review we wouldl'qutote again. but
at present they are maerely nominl.
Cnsaz.zs-ro, January 28.
Coulon.-Received dluring thec week past
11,622 bales Uplands-viz : by Rail R oad,
4,473 bales; hy Water. 6,SJ5 hales, and
by Wagons. 350J bales. Exported in same
time 9.1)06 bales, leaving a shipping stock
on hand of 19,749 bales, exclusive of 15.
i66 bales on shipboard not cleared. The
sudden impulse, and consequent advance
In prices which the market for Uplands
experienced on the Iast day of the previ
ous week. was as suddenly checked na the
first day of the past (Saturday] by thc
receipt, via New York. of later and unra
vorable accounts from Liverpool-buyers
immediately aiskedl and obtained the re
duction of the advance, aa.d the market
settled to about the same position inwh
it was previous fto that time. Purch *gs
oaperated on Saturday to the amount or
I,662 bles, on Monday 2,123 bales, and
ou Tueday, l.115bhls (o that day the
sales were principally confined to hut otne
purchaser, others wiubdraraing either to
obtain a farthaer reduction or to await the
aecounts to the 4th inst. per steamer Cal
edonia, now past due. Holers not being!
willing to subii, the sales on Wednesday
only reached 445 bales; ona Ti'trsday th'
market again partially revived, being at
tended principally hay purchasers whoa
wvere under shipping engagements. andi full
prices was renlized by holders. The sales
amoutnted to 1,433 bales. To-day. naearly
an entire cessation of transactions took
place,-holders could not be induced to
give way, and only 395 bales were taken.
Total amount of the week's sales 7.172, as
prices ranging fro. 5* to8 ets.-Mercury.
B.steruroaz, Jan. 21. 1843.
Houarraf Street Flour.-W e note a slight
declin, in lloward Street Flour since this
day week, bothafromscores and wagons.
Sales of good standard brands were made
fromntres on Saturday last at $3,75, nod
the transactionis tis week have generally
been at the same price. The demand has
not been nctive, and the inspections shiew
some fallIng off in the receipts. 'lais
morning somne holders are offering to sel!
at $3,75, while others have been offered
the same price and have refused to 'sell.I
We now quote the wagon price at $3,624.
The Mena of colonel P, C.
CA LDW E LL announce himt as a Cans-I
didate to represent the Congressional Dis
trict composed of Abbeville, Ed;.edeld,1
New berry and Lexing::a, in the next Con-.
.re.. J..n !' Jiatt rt cn I
Election Notice For Nenl
bers or Congress.
N pur. unce oil a Pr cl mation, by his
ExcellencyJ.J9 If. LIAmmoxi), Esq.
Governor aid' Commander-in-Chief, in
and over the Siate of South Carolina. the
Managers of Election for Edgefield Dis
trict, will open the polls for the purpose of
receiving the votes of the citizens to elect
a Member-of Congress, to represent the
Congressional Diurict composed of the
united Districes of Edgefield. Abbeville,
Nei% berry. and Lexington, on the third
Muoday in'February, and the day follow
At EdgrJald CourI iL.use: Two da
- E. B. Pressly, S. F. Guode, William.
Longmire's : Two days-Wiley larri
soa, Hagh M. Quarles, Jouiel, Perrin.
('olicr's: Two days-G. Garrett. and
Williama Pre-cuoa, vice J. D. Htammond,
ad Thionas Garrett and Jolu Adains.
hAerokee Ponds; Two days-S. .W.
Garner, Joel Curty, and Daniel Shaw.
Pine House: Two days-Benjamin Bet
tis. H. Hlatcher, A quilla Mliles.
Christie's: Two days-Rich. M. U hite,
J. S. Pope, William ay.
Dunton's : Two days-R. P. Brunson,
John Hill, H. Doton.
Sheppard's: Two dayt-Elias Lagroun,
E. Bludcjoe, Sher!ey Cook. .
The Ridge: Tvwo days-M. Watson,
Lewis Hol mes, William Coleman.
Smylte's: Two days-S. Nichalson, jr.,
D. Strother, William Dean.
Ilamburg: Two days-R. Anderson,
B. F. Gonedy, M. R. Smith.
Mount llting: Two days-John Jen
nings, vice Adam Minick., NJ. Etbcred-e.
Richardson's: Two days-J. Richard
son, J. Neall, L. Bland.
Cclejan's: Two dafs-Ilardy Boul
ware, U. Yarborough, -.. P. A'wcy.
Parks': Two day%-Richard Hardy.
Atticus Tucker, Vm. Parks.
Perry's: Two days-A. K. Able, vice
M. F. 'ope, Daniel Denny, A. Nicholson.
Moore's: Two days-Anderson Turner,
Thus Payne, Joseph Rushton.
Pdosley's: Two days-J. S. Harrison,
Jacob Miller. J. S. Shadrack. .
Alle's: Tvo days -A. P. Kenard, Si.
meon Matthews, A. Turnor.
Pow l's : Two days-Charles Powell,
D. G. Walker, J. ilightower.
Long's: Twugays-Jobn W. Lee, Ja
cob Long, jr.deiM .
Nails: Two d ..B. Will
iams, A. A. Simkins,'H rr Cox.
Red Hill: Two days-Lewis Collins,
John B. Hlames, and E. McDaniel.
Dorne't. Twd days-Job F. May, J.
Dorne,jr.. Alfred May.
Raadau's: Two days-R. W. Mat.
tbws.,Colin Rhodes, W. R. Swearingen.
H. Botdware'r: Two days-John Lott,
Jesse Gomillion, James Edson. Jr.
(7"'Votes to be counted on Wednesday
followipg, at Edgefield Court House, and
declare toe election.
Resolhd, 131. That the Manaters of
Elections arL requested to pay special at
entMion the fo!fowing portioas of ihelaw
relatin o E-cnone.
lat. namues of Volte to be reg'r.
ed, twrillc thy t'c, and the tih
served, - . A. 1716, 2d Statutes p 684,]
2nd. If two or more tickets be hufid
rolled up logcter, or more names be found
written on any ticket, than ought to be vo
ted 1'r, all such tickets not to be counted.
[A. A. 171u,.2nd Stitutes, p. 634, 3d stat
utes, p. 136.]
No voter shall be allowed to put in nmore
thtan a usg bullot, or piece of paper, in
the Lam~e b or etssel; but a ticket iO1he
counted, pjouagh it contain fewer n tis
than are to be voted for.
3d. 1I'any tmanager shall know in:;ly re
erive an illegfal role, or shtall refuse to ad
vait legal vote.s, or shall neglect or refuse
to attend to the eltetion, or shall connut the
ballots before the proper Iiane, or at any
other than theo proper place, he shall be
liable to pensalties. [A. A. 1716, 2d sta
tutes, p. t;89; and A. A. 1721. 3d1 statutes,
p. 13$: and A. A. 1759, 4 statutes. p. 138;
and A. A.. 2759,. 4 stattutes, p 104i.]
4thb. I.lasn:;ers are authiorised to admnin
ister oaths, and examine wsitnesas; to
mainuain order and regularity at the pedi15;
and by order in writing. (directed to alher.
iif, coustable. or special deputy,) to com-.
mit o jail (fur one (lay,) any pers5on who,
refuses to obey the lawful commdinds of
the rmnnge-rs, or who shall disturb their
proceediugs. [A. A. 183i, t )tatutes5, p.
5ah. If any person refuse to take the
proper oath. or tate mnagers shall be oth-.
aroise sarisfred that he is noet oualified, his
vote shall bie rejected. [IA. A1. 1831, Gi b
saafu'es. p. 4.13.]J
WThec manager, or any other person
enomled to Vote tony challenge any pterson
niferin;; to vote. [A. A. i831, 6th statute.
6th. Mlanage-rv are ambhorized to swear
seach other. [A. A. 1818, 6th statutes, p.
WIOr they may be sworn by atny other
authorised to administer otn oath.
7th. Iia case of death, remsoval from the
District. or refusal to serve, uof any mana
ger, as majority of the delegation ire au
thorised and required to fill up the vacancy
by appoitntment in writiug. [A. A. 1818.
6 statutes, p. 94,)
8.1h. Polls to be opened a: 9 o'elock, A.
M., aund closed at 4 o'chack, P. M., (with
convenient intervals.) The box, vessel, or
bag, to be sealsd up) when the polis3 are clo
sod, and uot to be opened except to receive
votes ons tias secondl day. antd to count the
votes at the regtular time and place. [A.
A. 1721, 3 statutes, p. 136.]
Resolved. 2n~d. That the managers of
eleetion, prior to their proceeding to the
elections, dat take the following oath or
affirmation, before some magistrate, or one
oft lie manneersa of election, to-wit: "That
theay will faithfully and impartially conduct
anal attend to the foregoing elections,
agreeably to the Constittution of the State
of South Carolina, antd the laws thereof."~
Resolved, 3rd. That in future no person
qualified to vote for members of each
branch of the Legislature shall he permit
ted to vote in more thati one Election Dis
trict or Parih : and the managers of elec
tions throughout the State, a hereby re
quired and directed, if they think proper,
(ir on the application of any elector pres
sons offering to vote, the following oath:
"I. A. U., do solemnly swear, (or affirm.
ua the case may be.) that I have not. at
ihis general election for members of the
Legislature, voted in this or ang'other Dis
trictor Parish, and that I am constitution
ally qualified to vote-so help me God."
And ifany person or persons, required as
aforesaid, to take said oath or affirmation,
.hall refuse to do so, then the managers in
their respective Elect Ilon Districts or Par
ishes, shallbe and they are hereby requir
ed and enjoined to refuse such vote or
votes; and in case the managers shall re
ruse to require the oath as aforesaid, when
demanded, they shall he liable to all the
pains and pentalties they woild be liable
nat:11 subject to for neglecting any other du
tiei required by them as managers of elec
tions for either branch of the Legislature.
'Reaved, 4th. That the Act altoring the
4th Section of the Constitution of the State
of South Carolina, be herewith pubtished,
to-wit: "Every free white man of the age
of twoaty-one ;years, (panpers and non
comnissiuied officers and privates of the
.%rmy of the United States excepted,) be
ing a citizen of iis State, and ha3ving re
s.led therein two yeats previous to the dny I
of Election. and who has a freehold of i
liliy acres of hInd, or a townt lot, of which
he has been legally "eized and possesed at I
least si:ntontlhs before such election, or
not haing any such freehold or town bi-,
h habeim resident in the election district,
i a offers to give his vote, before
t L. slion sit months, shall have a right
to vote for-a member or members to serve
in either branch of the Legislature, fot the
election district in which he hold such I
Resoved. 5th. That the two years res
idence required by tile Conisti'ution in a
voter, are Mhe two years immediately pre
vious to the election. and the six months I
residence int the election district, are the
six months immediately previous to the I
election; but if any person has his home in i
the State, he does nut lose the right of res- i
Idence by temporary absence. with the in- i
tention .of returning; and if he has his I
home in the election district, him right to I
vote is not impaired by a temporury ah- i
sence, with the intention of returning ; but c
if one has his home anl family in another i
State, the presence of such person, altho' I
continued for two years in the State, gives i
no right to vote. I
OrThe law in reference to the election
of iembers to the Legislature, holds in re- i
gard to the election of members of Con- i
Feb I t
COsLUXXm, 2011h Jan., 18-4.
Orders. No. S.
A RTHUR HUGER, JOHN BRU
A RD KERSHAW. J. L. GANTT.
P. M. EDMONDSTON, W. D. GILLI
SON, and E. M. SEABROOK. Jr.. are
appointed Aids--e-Camp to the Comman
ler-in-Chief, with the rank of Lieutenant
Colonel, and will be obeyed and respected
The Aids-de-Camp will respectively
signify their acceptance forthwith, and re
port themselves at Head Quarters, Char
leston, as fully equipped, by the 17th Feb- j
By order of te Co.mmandler-in-Chief.
Adljt. and inspt. General.
Feb 1, 1813 3t 1
state of South Carolina.
COL~UMBan. 18th Jatn. 18431. ( v
Tfl ALE WHOUM IT MAY CONCER i.
B E is known that JOllN C. HOL
COMIIE of Savannah. Iately ap
puinted undt comnmissioned by lki Excel
lency thte Gouvernotr of this State, Comtmis- -
sinner '-to take neknomwled;:emenits or proof
oef any deed, mntgage- or odser conrey-.
ance of anty lands or tenements lying in or
tieing in this State, or of any c'ontract, let
ter of attorney, or any other writing under:
scat, to be used and recorded itt this State." a
id on the l11th day of January, 1843, take S
and subscribe, on oath, befon- Jossen h
FF.1r, one of the Justices of thte Peace ftir '1
Chaham Contty, in the Suate of Georgia. b
that he will well ad faithfully perform, to it
the best of his skill and ability, all the du- t
ties of Commwissioner. according to an Act
of thu Senate and H~ouwe of Reprosenta
lives of the State of Soutit Carolina, enti- E
tIed "An Act to authorize th,' ppointment 2
of a Commissioner or Commnissioners to
takhe the acknowledgements of doeds andt -
other instruments of writing under seal,
and for other purposes," passed oin the 17th 1
W3.F. A RT HUR, Sec. of State.
FebI. 1843 It 1 ti
01 Rannawag s1ane.
WIT LL BE SOLD1 am Edgefield Court s
Vlouse, Ott the firt Monday in March
tnelt, a Negro man named Joseph, who I
says that hte belongs to John Pattersco;
said msmegro has been con~ned in the jail of
this District for twelve months past, an a
runaway; is about 315 years of age. light
complexion, about 5 feet G inches tn height. t1
S. CilRISTIE, a. z. o.
Feb. 1 Si 1 a
A L peronsindetated to the estate of.
AJohn W. Wimbish, dee'd., are re
quested to make immediate payment, as
the condition of the estate is suec, that it
will not admit of indulgence. 4
OLIVER TOWLES, Ordinary.
State Rights and State Mechanies!
SADDLE. BRIDLE, HARNESS AND
R ESPECTFULLY informa the citi
zens ar Edgefield District, that he
ias commenced the above business in all
is various branches. Having just recei
red from the Eastern Cities, a spleadid as
arment of Bitis, Mountings and Leather,
e assurel thepublic that his work will be
lone in a style equal to nay Manufactory
a the Stde, at reduced prices.
N. B Military accoutrements in the
noi approved style.
Edgel d C. IL, Feb I if I
- HARD TIMES."
Edgelela Boot and Shoe
T HE Subucriber begs most respeciful
ly to atnounee to his friends and the
tublic. that he has commenced the above
'usiness, opposie Messrs, Bland & But
er's Szore, where he will make to orler
he latet style r!ney oots. of the best
naterials, and will keep consntitlv t,
sand a first rate assortnent of pegrd and
tiched down Shoes, which for durability
annat be excelled. He will also keept
sole, Upper anti Hgrness Leather for sale.
di of which he will dispose of at prices to
oni the times.
Goud Hides oC'every description will be
arteredl for, or hosught for Ca.ui.
MICIHAEL L. GEARTY.
February 1. 1842 if I
1T11 HoIise and Lot belon-:ing to the
Estate bf .Miss Mary Hill, ndvrisel
or sale by me on next Sale Day. will pas.
ivety be sold on Moiday the 6ti in.o.. at
he usual bour. The premises cnnAist of
comfortable cottage dwelling, handsome
y improved, with a well laid ont fliwer
ardeon in front. and several instefuil vitie.
d ornamental trees: There are several
rut hoavet, 4l in gaoul order; the lot con.
ains li sere. The whole forms a delight
ul residence for a family. and will be % il
rorth the aitention of those desirous or
uch a sltatiun.
The House is now npen(mndl will con.
inue so until. sold.) for the inspection of
hose desirous of purcbasing. Possesion
rill be given iimedl;,tny.
S. CHRISTIE.s. . .
Feh1 *l I
Y permission of Oliver Towles. Eq
B Ordinary for Edgefield Distriei. will
e sold on Tuenday the 7th of February
ext, at I0 o'clock, at the lato residence
f Mlias Mary Hill deceased, in the village
i Edgefieldfsundry articles of household
ad kitchen furniture, consi-ting of Dinine
nd Tea Tables, Grecian Sofa, Ftmt
tools, Rockiu; and other Chairs. Secre
ary and Book Case, Carpe ts and Hearth
tlug', Fire Dogs. Shovels and Tvngs. a
%iock. Chest of Drawers, Bedstead. and
ed room furniiture, a large couvenient
lafe, and sundry kitchen furniture.
Also, a number of Books in Enplish,
'reach and L4tin, and one trunk cut.Cal.
-oes, piece god s, &c. Terms, cash.
By order of the Exeputors.
A. P'. CA LDWE LL, Aucutiont.
Feb ,1 it* 1'
ILL BE SOLD at Edgefield Court
VH ouse, on Tuesday the 14th day~ of
'ehruary next. one g"ld lever Watch. Sa
nd Chain. sold as the property of Jo'h W.
Vimnhish,.deceased. Termasimade kuown
a the tday of sale.
OL IVEIR TOWLES, Ordinanj.
Feb.! 2t i
Y 1 au Order fromn tho Ordinary of
Ed i.geifeld Distric, '#ill hl so"ld ons
'nesday she twenaty.eighth day of F'ebru
ry niest. at the late residenc~e of At.leem
klautghter. dec'd., all the perinal pro-I
eruy of ,.aid dec'c., consisting ofslhiryv-onel
r two Negroes. hlorses and Alnle.~ siuek
I' nIl kinds, Cottons Plantatioin Tool,.
lousehold and Kitehen I'uriture. &c.,
a a credit until the twenty-fifth dtay of'
ieecmber next. Purchasers tu givo stes
ith appenved securities.
AUGUJSTA SEED STORE.
Shaeker Garden Stee.
T 1HE) proprietor of this est
blishment ha. just rece-iv'el a large
mupply of GENINE SEE DS.
~the crop of 1842. He leaves the
end to recommend themselves, which they
ave done ever since he has dealt in them.
'be Sbakers' Garden Seed is sought for.
y every person, and here they may have
genuine. The usual allowance utade
> eountry dealers.
Bird Seed, Lucerije, Clover, hlangel
lurzel, French Sugar Beet, Eye (;rass,
lue do. Hlurd's do. Hops, Asparagus
Dots, Turnip Seed. Flower Seed, &c.
Augusta, Jani. 1843. vf 1
Isoportant to IWaraners.
OMMELR'S PATENT MANVURE.
[ have just received the right to make the
Labove manure, and think from whaL
to Patent right says, that all farmers
oght to possess the right also. A ny per
moe w~shmg informaion on the subject,
ty obtain it by application to the sub
Prire of the Right :
'or aFarniof 20 acres, - 10
-. " " from 200 to 400 acres, 1.5
'- - " 400- acres, - - 20
-- " any extent, - - 25
For this small sum, the method becomes
to property of the purehaser, fo~r hislown
Just received, a large sirpply of fresh
nd warranted Garden and F'ield Seed,
ruits and PFosters.
E. E~. RUSSELL.
Coluumia, Jan 27 It I
ao0E & JOD PREMN'G
SF Every description executed with
neatness& despatch at the Offic.
ITUATED three miles above Liberly
Hill, near Bethany Church, in Edge
field District. on a poor ridge of land, re -
wmoe from plantatioins, or any local cause
The Trusteesof this Insaitution take
-great pleasure in announcing to the public
generally, that they have secured the servi
ces of the Rev. A. G. BZWZR, to take
charge of it forithelpresent year. commen
cing on the first Monday in February;
ani from the reputation, high recommend
ations and long experience of this gentle
man as a Teacher, the Trustees feel per.
fectly justified in recommending thiv In
stitution to the country arouni, and to the
public generally fior their Support. Good
boarding can be obtained in'the nei-hbor
hood convenient to the school at six dollars
per month. Ten monahs will be the scho.
lastic year. divided into Iwo sessions. five
moulhs cachi. amn at the close of each ses
sion a public examination of the studenis
will take place.
The following branches A ill be tanght,
and at the followiug prices, viz:
Orthography, Reading, Writing. Arith.
multie, Modern History, awl
Modern Geography, per sess. S 6 00
English Grammar, Ancient listo.
ry. Ancient Geokgraphy, flota
tiny. Natural Philosophy. Book
KIeepin:;. &c., per sension. 9 o0
Moral Philosophy, Rheturic, Sur
v-eying, Chemistry. Astronaomy,
&c.. &c., per sessioan, 10 00
Mr. D. is amply rial i.! t, teacih tht
deal langua, hut antic ipating br Ea
glish Schulars will be quite sullicient to
engage his cilire attention for the preset
year. he does not propo e to take any bta
dents only thse 'A h- w ish to eniage i Ihe
stuly of the branches above ret fruth.
T. J. I I BULER,
A. TP. FR A Y LOR, Trustees.
J. SH 1JLIEY.
w. s. co'iuzR.x. j
Feb. 1. 191: 1t
lIE Subscriber has on hand four good
ifield hands to hire, for the present
1.lgm-lelld, Fel 1. 1813 if I
T lE subscriber furoara any persn
from trading for a Note drawn by C.
D. Austin. giv.m to 'ielor;e Waikins, for
the sum of three handredl dollars, %% bich
has been loat. The arnount of one hundred
and fifty dall.ars hams been paid upon the
Note. A-, the subscriber has applied to the
drawer for a new note for the balance duo
on the lost note, it Can be of no use to the
fiuder. JOHN CORLEY.
Feb 1 21* I
State of South Carolina.
ijl031AS J. IIIIHBLER, living Iu'rl
miles above Liberty Iliil, ain 'he Stage
road in this Di-trict. Tolls before m a'
small chesiut sorrel iErse, five feet hi::h,
a long star in his forehead, right hind f.ot
white, a b:emisha in his eye, thod all round,
some saddle nirks on his back, about ele
ven ye:rs old, racks or i'aces unlor the
Appraised by Sanders C. Cobb, S. F.
Stephens aud J. R. Snolgrove, to be wordh
.W. S. COTIIR.N Magistrate.
Feb. 1. 184:3 ,g. j
A Lii persuona inidebteda to the Estate of
lienj- mii Ladecy. dlecensed, are re
quescted mao comle forwarad and settle their
Nteas b~y thel 20th af February text,
andl those having cftimus ngainst said Es
A. L INDS EY, E iecuatar.
J.un25 4g .52
A LI iensind-tbtedl to the E:-aute aof
).A owdl, dlecensead, are rfeie
ed to caome forward and settle their ne
couuute. as4 there ennnlfot het lunger indaul
ge-'are give-n. nod thane ha~vieg e-aiios
agauinus aid Estate will lase pre-sent
taem he;:aIly :9 e'.sa
Vt 3. liRULNS( N, Eseenaior.
l~~ f.r: ro- indebted to the Esta'6 of
rqeLerd to a. a~ke. rpaymtetnt by the IS5thi
day of Febru~ary aie.t, as the sitauaionu of
the~ Estate ttill not mzi mit of luanger iudul
JAuIFS R OlERT.SON. ? x.
IMJU'L ASS RlIi R ON -.
.TOU LI) re..pectfauy infaorm th-*: citi
T zenls af Edgefteldl nudl it, liiiity,
that he has recently commtenuced the .shoe
business for himuself. and hopes byv stiet
atitnin to busiines., to merit th- pa'trona,:e.
of the public. Work done to order, wt-m
neatness and despatc-h. All ,tork soln by '
him will be warranmed. lie will .sell fo~r
cash only, with a disaconnt of ten per cent.
from Iortmer prices. llis shop is to bec
found~ in the North end aof ihe Store (or
werly o.eenpied by U. A. Dowal.
Edgetild C. II., Jan. 25 tf 52
TH E U. S. DI8TRICT COURT,
WI HIEREAS, Thomas M. O'Neal,
m~aerchant of Burnwell C. 11., in the
State of South Carolna, bath filedl a peti
tion, praying thet he may be declared a
Bankrupt. pursuant to the Act of Congress
of the United States, made, and now in
force, concerning Bankrupts, and thtat he
may have the benefit of the said Act ; this
is to give notice of thue said Petition, and
that a hearing thereof will be had before
the Honorable Robuert B. Gilchrisr, JudageI
of the said Court, at a Court to be holden
at the Federal Court flouse, in Charles
ton, on Monday the thirteenth day of Fe'ab
ruary next at 11 a'clock, A. M., at which
place and time tall persons inut.rested may
appear and shew cause, if any they have-,
why the prayer of the said Petitioner
should not be granted.
Charleston, 19th day of January, 1843.
II. Y. GRA Y, Clerk.
leasant EDI Acadowur.
HE Trustees of the Pleasaait b i:!
If School respectfully inforirr the pub
lic that they have engaged the services of
Mr. D. WHITE and Irg S. DUSToji, for
tb present year. Mr. White takes charge
of the blale, and Mirs. Duuton of the Fe
The School House is ituated hetween
the Edgefiehl and Mlartintown Rood,.
about three quarters of a mile frain Dun
.The School is now in operatien. and
will continue until the 15th of December
Tho long exprrience rnMr. Whuie, and
the known acconipliishneuis of mrs. Dun
lotn, wirrant us in believing that those
who mny favor theam with their patronage
will be well pleased with the moral and
mental proficiency of their children. Tb
satuntion is pleasant, and the neighborhood
he:,ltly. Boserding in good huoses may
be had on reasowble term,.
,TkZUlit of TUtTtoct:
Reading. Writing and Aribhmalie, $3 Uir
Englishi (;rammar and (eograpihy, 4 O
Plain 'rigonometry and Practical
Surveying. on the late and high
ly approved system of John
Guuwer-. - - 500
Mov. ) D. HIIVNSON,
W31. BRUNSON. E354sq. tes
JOE L ROPE R, Sen., Trustees.
January25 10 52
Tax Collector's Notice.
aill utisend at ti fllowing plices to
cIlect Taresw, for the year iS12.
Ot Mnoday. lebs. Gih. at Pine House:
Tuetdny. . 7th. at Ridge:
Welday. " Ph. at Norris':
Thunrdyv" 9th. at %Ir. Willing:
" rd. " h, at Perrvs:r
S.tu1rday, " lith, at Ctaris:
" lMonday, 16lNth, at Aedrrws':
" Tuesdal, " 14th. Richauson'o,:
Wed'day, " 15th. ill Allen's:
' ThuradaV, " Ihh. at smvly's:
Fridav, " 17ih, at Shfpard's :
" aurddv, i1th, at Dontons:
I nday. " 20th, at Liberty Hill:
" 'uesday. " 21st. t larl,'s:
" Wed'day. " 22do at 3liddleton's:
- Thursday, a 211. at Vance's:
SFridyv. -*241h. at C. Pund-s:
"4 aturany. 25th. R'aeh Island
'lu-liv. 27th. at llan"tbur.
B. F. GOUEDY, T. C. E. D.
Jan 25 3 52
DISTRC;T f. DSOTIT CROLINA.
IN 11.1NKRUP7'CY. -
IIMEEIt .1.8. Alariin Poiey. Farmer
of Edgefield Dist.ict, State of Sout h
Carulina, hath filed a Petition, praying
that he may he declared a Bankrupm, pur
suntit to the Aet of Cutgres of the United
States, made. and ow in force, concern
iug Bankrupts, and that he may have the
benefti of the 4aid Act; i his is to give nu.
tice of the aai. Pueition. and that a hearing
oh-renf will le had befrre the linntorablo
R..bert B. Gilchris, Judge of the said
Court, at it Court to be boilden at the Fed
eral Court H,-v-. in Charleston, on'Mon
day the thirtienth day of February next.
at eleven o'ncloec. A. M., at which plice
aund time all p-rsons interested may ap.
pear d shew cauts-, if any they have,
why the prnger of thie said Petioner should
not lhe granted.
Chattlestotn, 12:1 day of Jantiary. 1843.
. H1. Y. G RA Y, Clerk.
J.i25 3t 52
Stute o1 901tth CrPolina.
Joseph Jacots and Elizabihi aswie,
. tplicaut. vs.
Elizabetht Finly an.l Etherq.
IT appears to may .aiisfatction that Ran
.tdel Fin ly atd Calmi Fitmly. twot of the
Defendlant,. resi.l.' wi-iout ,h,- limits of
this State, it is therefore Ord--~re~t, that
'hey do appear and object to tl:e divisiho
or saele ol h~e Nea! Ktmal" of* James Finly.
on tsr lbefotre ihie liret Adsonday in Api-il.
1in13, 'ir trieir consent to the same will be
entered ol reco'rdl.
D).WlD Ll.SLY, o. A. P.
Jan '8 3-n !lI
B prsitiun o.fthe Ordinary of Edge
tiel itner, I will sell on the 9th
February next. at the late resi-h.-nee o~f
Ma~ry lIar. i-ot. decensed. on r--dic until
the twen-lrifh day of Detceurher next, at!
the pie~sonal .properiy of saidl deceasedl,
conasistin;; of leut or iwekv. Negroes, sonme
live or six biale Cot'eon, 'ora, ' ~et,
Oats. Plan~ationu T(ool, lI 'u-ehold and
l'itchen Furniture. stodk of flogs antd
Cauile, e"te twelve or fee-n buzidrede
potund~s Pickled Pork.
At the samec time will be rented oruold
bjy --en~tt of Legatees, the Plautation or
JAMES M1. IIARItJN, Adm'r.
Jan 25 .if .52
W ILL he sl at the tate residence of
Iltirrell E. llofibs. on Tuesday the
7th day of February next, at 12 o'cloc.
the~ f'llotvimg pruiperty. viz: one negro
somatn, a good seamstress, andI ono yoe
of. itects. Also, a small quanti:.y of Fod
tder, in' on a credit until t',e twenty
seventh dayv of Decenabor ne'st. Purcha
sers will be required to give notes with ap
JA MES S. H A RRJSONe Adm'r.
January 8Sk 51
Fres& g<arden seeggs.
J UST received, a ard.' and resh su aIy
'of warranted U.ARDEN and Fl.bL
SE EDS, of all sts.
A large col'ection of Freit Troes, that
will hear fruit this year,.if plnnted this
300 Fine Tea, Moss, and other Roses.
Evergreen Trees and Plants.
Dutch Bulbous ftg'ots, an~d in fact every
thing in the Gurden way, that any Lady
or Gentleman may want to eat, or orna
went their grounds with. Call and see.
R. E. RUSSELL.
Columbia. Jan 18 3t -5k
COL,. IJAMPTrON'S ht'PORTED low
W ILL stand the ens.ing Season aL Ed.
tised Conrt house, at thirty dollamrsL
Setuon, forty Give dollars insurance..Pedlguae
to be given jin the carcenlar.
D"-. I tr 4a