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Wd to see it treated by a gentlemen of Mr..
Memnminger's rputation. The pamphlet
bfor us, has some faults or style, but
upos the whola it isloquion t, and creditable
to its author.
'ztu.-By reference to another column
it will be found, that it was not Gan. Som
erville, (as stated in our last,) but Col<.
Fisher and Green, who commandod the
detacbment of Texian tro'ps captured by
the Mexicans. We hope St. Ann will keep
the pledge given by the Mexican officers,
to whom this brave baud was forced to
surrender, as it would be nothing short or
cold blooded murder, should they be sacri
ficed by his order.
Southern Credit.-The Journal of Con
ueree sys:-' We are happy to learu
from our largest houses connected with
supplying the Southern trade, that the on
gagements were never more promptly met
than they have been this winter. The
rates of Exchange, also, never approxi- I
mated mGre nearly to par than now, with
the exception of the State of Alabama."
U. S. Loan.-The Charleston Mercury
of the 3d inst. states, that the balance of
she United States six per cent Loah hav
ing been taken, the authority given to the
-&awh Western Rail Road Uank, to re
ccve Deposits to the credit of the Treasu- I
re of the Uaited States, on accout of I
that loan is at an end.
Etract of a letter received by a gentle
man of this village, fromn a friend in
Newber-v District. dated
FrJSrPcAtr. 1, 1813.1
"As regards the election for me1C.U4er1
Congress, which comes on the tbir-d%
day in this month. I have only to say,
thattie friendsof all the candidatcsin this
section are very sanguine; our present
worthy member will, no doubt, disance
the others, at, and in the immediate vicin
ity of the Court lOuse, but fwm accounts
received from other parts of this district, I L
am ieduced to believe that Col. Brooks
will, especially, in that portion of the dis
trict adjoining Lexington, give our wor
thy member a bard race. Lexington'%
vote, without a great change, willetuake
the member. Col. Burt% fdeidas do not
leave a stone unturned, but from prescat
appearances, I think hischance a bad one,
in. this and Lexington district. Our lpre
sent member will beat Col. Burt in tUis
distriet, at least three to one, but your
"Old Planter," as Piney Woe'l- terms
him, I fear, will not be far behind. Should
Edgefleld stick to ber own candidate wcll,
washall, I fear, loose our present worthy
:New Cad(dr4tefr tMe Pecsidexye
The lion. Silas Wright has been nominat- a
ed by the Udon OhAsispion, Reuusselear I
county, Neow York.
U. S- Senatr.The LEgislatureof In:
diana have el~ced the lion. Adwa.-v A.
Hannegan, formerly. a Representative tu
Congress from that State, United States :
Senator, in place of Mr. Smaith, tilhose c
seran expires on the 4th of .lirch next.
- Xel Court Mfariial.-The Daltimore
Patriot says. that the followivg offiers
embrace the Court Martial in thie case of
Commander 3Mackenzie-being 11 Cap
Wlas and 2 Commanders:
Captains bownes, t'resideont; Reddl,
Bolton, Turner. Sloat, Smith, Storer,
MeKeever, Page,G winn. Wyman ;Com-.
mndrfOgden and MIcKean.
Win, II. Norris, Esq.,,f Balimonre, is
a..oisted Judge Advocate.
The charges agaiust Commander M'lae
kenzie. are for murder, oppression, anid it
legal punishment, with a variety of speci- I
Agqiadl.--The Philadelphis pnpers
state that Commander Mackenzie, and
his brother officers of te Somers,,aet
been unanimously and honorably ,acquit-a
ted from all blame, in the part they acted
as regards the mutiny on bioard that vessel,
by the Court of Inquiry.I
(7 Contents of the Southern Agricul
turist for the present mouth.
An' Address delivered before tho St. I
Andrew's Ashley and Stono Agriculturag
Association, July, 1S42; by Jobut S. Bri,.,
bane, President.-An Inquiry into the Na
tume and Benefits of an Agricultural Sur- ct
vey of the State of Suuth Carolir'a, by ~
John Bachmaa.-The Advantages of an
Arien~uural Journal, by S. .-On the
Cuhure of Crotn, by W. W.--Rcent
and Extensive Marling ini South Caroiiun,
by J. II. hlammond.
Miscellanteous.-Ridge Versas Flat Drill;
A new principle in hlnmticulture; GJrapeI
Vine Curtinbs; Grafting; Fruit Trees; I
Nadder; Tar for the Wheels; Easy modea
of cutting iron.h
Monthly hiorticult ara! Calendaur.
TAe Ereestion of Cromwet.-.fbd!
in her former applicationi to Judge Betts,t
for en arrest of Mlackeuzie and Gans'-vort
in charge of murder, the widow of CUrom C
well yesterday made a similar applicatioun
of Judge L.ynehl. in the Court of besaton,.
It was found upon the same alledged fat
asthe other. andi Judgo Lynch refusted to
graft the warrant desired fur the same
reasons which itfiuenced Judge lietts.
The Court of inuiry, tl.e says, pcr 'or
nauer; and ihe civil court have uo jurs
ijction osvcr the case, at leinlet unuil farther
iction by ihe head of the Navy Depart
heut h.is been refused.-.New York Tr.
Fire.-Tho Charleston Courier of the
rd inst..soases that a pustcript of a letier
rom Washington City, to the editors of
h.a paper, datcd 31st ult. 4 P. M., says:
-The extensive Livery S:ables, at taced
o Gadshy's Ilotel, was this morning do
troyed by fire."
lndiant Intelligence.-The btentmer Wi.
aston arrived at Cetar Keys ou the i3th
ist. with all the band of the ludian Chief
P'asota, from the Ocklocknee, numbering
il men, women and children, This par
y will be sent, inl a few days to Now Or
ens.-St. Aug usin Nes, 2MLh dU.
From the Globe, of thJe 301h Utl.
In the House, to-day, the moit itipor
ant matter was the report of the Commit
ce qf Ways and Means on the asaump.
iun ofrtte Debts; and the issue of ac
siudrod millions of paper mouey, on the
redit of the General Goverstneot, to ef
act bat object. The Federai majority on
he commistee reported against tie expe
lieus:y of the proiect. The tmitority, con
itain of Mcssrs. P'ickens of South Caro
itn, Joned of Virginia, and Atherton of
ew lampshire, took higier ground, and
le;utnocea the whole schtme, as utterly at
rar with the Constitution, and dangefous
u the Union,'s The report o the iminority
vill be found brief, butclcar and cogent.
I % As prepared in the iut:rval of a single
ay, alter the caujority was sready to re
lor, with a % sca to viudicate the ninority
concurring, ta, they didi, in the conclulion
i the m.goJnrity as to the inexpediency of
he project) Irim the infervnce which
night be drawn. that their objecsions were
>aPsed merely u pon temr porary and change
ble views of expediency. The Coustitu
son hua interpsoad atn absulu't interdict
gainst the blending of Stat" and t.dera
,owere, and, z2.ove all, against ithcusbur.p
ion -f S:ate oblignt.cos, tV exciting tli
overcign sazing tnrrer for S:-'tc 1. rposei
-t:us, inl Cel::c, *absorbing a3d cofoucd
tg Stat dttie4 % i4h Silte resp~onibilit ia,%
iud readeria ,be _emtr.d Feder.al nachnc
'a noving iowcr of the whole sys!t.m;
ll tale St.scs dera. ing from it thc ipilie
cccsuary to their mtiatenauce.
The short au-l decisive rrprt of the mi
tority, however, preben'., an the clearest
and tronuge-t light, thecunstitusiunal prin
:iples, an I ithe consseruence of a depar
ure from it. It was pr,:pared, we lelcvce,
y Mr. Pickens. bustained, as it is, by
lie names of ?.lenre. Jonem rsnd Atherton,
,e may hope th:t it V.i!l not naut the
Ianctiou of atly portic of the Democrutic
)arty in the Uzasn.
Itn our next we wil publih the Report
if the :riaority.
Snotc-E.rlrenaly Cold.-Las.t week
ve couratulated our readers upon the
Inusually wariz, FpIing-like weather ie
:ad cnjuyed for the ton days or two
erk~seous. ion Suntday cight last
a becamie cool, and on Monday. ning
inowconmenced falling thiek dd <ast,
2d sntiutd to d-> so until the middle of
he day, bift owibg to she warmth of' the
arth, it melted nezarly as fast as it -fell.
l'uesday tras clear and pleasant-Wed.
eday, very cold and windyj (Thtermome.
er standinig as '20 degrees at II o'clock, a.
f.) and ont Thburauday nmrning, at 'iatiCe,
he mercury was onlyfuur degrees aboce
ero! the severess cold wi.s b, ave experien
ed sinsce Feb.1835, when the~ China andr
ther tetn'er irers were killed rTe distant:
nlotinits aeT stili come-1c with snow,
m~d we may expect very frosty wre.ther
ri long as that is the tuse.-Grantile
Miurde.-W'e learn frotm unduuhted au
hsorisy that 3r. Lea, as hog drover (tots
KerusackLy, was shocking!y murdered on
as retutrl lio, a f.'w days agjo, ins the
tountaafn regioni of Virgiunia, by two met
s hi a'icvlled wi.th huim the priacipal Part
i the day on wikh be was murdered. It
ccvms that he was shot ny a pis:ol int the
sek part of is :iead while pudog through
huanesetne reg~ions of country ; hie fell fromt
ii. horse itnstanstly gasp'ng for breath. The
otboers thtereupnn rifled hitm of ss pockec
prork, and hee ina the act of riditng off when
hey wern 'iudd~enly brought, to a stand by
he appearoance of two moountaineers, w ho
;ppened to be close by, htunting game in
he wo-l.. It appears that she two hun
cre had rnot separated lon:; in the forest
ufore they hearu the report of she pistal,
Land each taking~ it for granted that thei
saher had sot aet sonmtg, they both rn
o sco whalt~t lhnd beenshos ; both fortunn:edy
sunded itaao the read about the samte time
mec a little abova: andi th: uther a li:tic be
ow rhe robbuers. d'ming the sight descri
ted, the'y qui.kly spran;; the sriggers of
heir rifle, anid 'id th~e tmurderer. stand or
lie. Onu approaching Isa they found bitm
n she lcst insoes of death; but heo was
slhic to tell who shot him, und witho rob
.ed him; he also~ told she ha.>ser% thtat thei
obbera lead missed l.is money. a hieh % a
roncealed in Is cont collar ; and a few mo
neuts after ihis he exapired. The hunseri
ben uncrchedl the robbers to the villags
ail. The amne of ste county and village
s not recollected.-lton Chronicle.
lihal a Fernmer Should bie.- A farmer
bouuld be i well instructed in chemnistr~
enerally, mtore partictlarly as aipled sc
giculsue'; he sh~iould b'e well ve~raed in
ineralogy, geology, tiotasay, ad ini the
>hysiology of seeds, plant., and trees. anud
nnas, in(.uihgi the pecis of bisan
l shothlsslenrn geonmetry, mnsuraion,
vs,; he shouid stedy rcohtical econmy so
,r as so have a clear conception of the
'Ources of weaslth anud prospes ity. In our
pop ican (-.ver'urrea.: by~ shoald be
Iu,,ht to vindicate them,'by'jva terse and
ocdensed elocution. Is ni'sl hi. a happy
vent for our coutry wthena our farmers,
'a educated, sh~all have the asceadency in
ur halls of iegislation, and thereby piut ai
sop to the Isallacie ns special p!c'tdin~gb of
sagogues. who hsave already r' duced
:r countrye, postessing tall te means of
rosperssy sss a pre-emsinent deIgree, to a
sost pitiable conditions by their miserni'de
COLUMAu, 1st Feb , 1843.
P ETER DE LA TORRE, Esq.. hav
ing been app.i ni edeand coin m issioned
'udge Adfocate Gecner, With the rank of
,ieutenant Colonel, vice Lt. Col. A. Max -
y. resigMed, will be respected and obeyed
By ord othe Commander-in-Chief:
., APTON. AiJ-de-Camp.
Feb- 8 -I 2
Slate Rigtsg and Siate Mcchanicsa!
ADDLE..BRIDLE. HARNESS AND
COLLAR MANUFACTORY I
.D IEL ABBY#
ESPE FULLY inforins the citi
zens o Edgefeld District, that he
IscoaLmened the above business in all
s various branclcs. Llaving just recei
ed fromthe:Eastera Cities, a splendid as
>rtment of Bwis. Mountings aod Leather.
s assures-the public iba his work will be
mne in a style equal to any Manufhetury
ithe State.a rMaced prices.
N. B. Military accoutrements in the r
est approved at le.
Edgeield C. I ., Feb I tf I
Edgeflold &iot and Shoe
Il E Sabnber begs m'ows respectful
I ly w announce to hil friouds tnd the.
ublic, that i has cprn:6onced the above
jiinss, oppmsite V1es.rs. BluaI & ilt- r
r's St3re, ihere he will make to order
it laItet style fancy Boots. of ilie besti
ia:erials, and will keep constantly on
mad a first rate assartnaem of pgged and
iched downa'Shns, which for duiabtlity
innot be e:elled. lie will also Reep
ole. Upper itd flarness Leallier for sale,
i1 of wl.icb he will dispose of at prices to
Iii the times.
Good Rides of every description will bc
31ICIHAEL L. CE ARTY.
February 1,1842 if 1
Tax Collector's Notice.
[ wili attend at the rollowifig places. to
collect Tases, for the year 1842.
W Mloday. Feb. 6th, at Pine lIlose:
Tuesday, - 7th, at Ridge:
Wedidays - 8th, at Norri,':
Thursday,. " 9th, at Mt. Wlling:
Friday,..1" 1th, at Perrys:,
Saturday - Ilih, at Clark 6:
Alonday,a. 131t, at Acdrews':
Tucsdayws 14th, Richardon's :
Wed'daj1 15th. at Allen's:
Thursda, 16th, at Smyl's:
Friday "17t," at Sbepiathi:
UM iay,- -''!!bh ai 'k 'Ay ill:
Tuesdav. 3-s 21st. at fas,'a
Wed'diy, -22d. at siddfo n's:
* hrdyP23d, at adee's:
- rdya-2t t Pbnd's:
S amurdauyv " 26th. Beach, iland :
* Moday.'"* 27th. ar Iflauburg1:
B. F. CCUE, T. C.FE. D..
J an 25 -31 52
I'W U. S. DisTICT CouKT
nD1 TaI~t*e.d OUitt1 e 4O5to.tA.
13RES, MIartin Pusey, Farmer
eEgeedDist:-iet, State of Soumh
'arolina, trail, filod a Petition, praying
tat he may be declared a IDunkrup:. pur
saut to the Act of Congress of the United
tales, made, and. e~ow in force, raincerna
ag Liankrupt., andl that lhe uay have the
mnefi' of the said? Act ; thi. is to give rio
co of the said Petition, and that a hearin1
ereof will be had before the llouorable
oheri Ii. Guilchrist, Judge of thme said
ourm, at a Court to Le boldeno at the Fed
ral Court House, in, Charlrestun on Mlon
ay the thirteenth day of February next.
televen oa'clock. *A. M., at which place
ad time tall persons int'erested may op
ear ad shiew rauswe. if any they haave.
-hy tho pdayer of the siid P'etiouer sh~ould
ot be granved,~
Charlestnon, litsh Jay of Jantaarv. 1843.
. II. Y. (R.-AY,'Clerk.
JaD. 25 3c 52 -
TifE U. S. DISTRICT CUIRT,
Dtsrai~c T SSouTit CAsoLuNA.
W LX 1ANKRU:PTCY.
IIERLEAS, . Thomas !7. O'Neal,
merchant of Barniwell (C. ll.;in the
late of South Catolina, lhath fileer a peti
ona, praying that he tmay be declared a
'ankrupjt, pursuant 10 ahe Act of Congrems
r the 'Ueiited States. muade, and now in
ireeuncernaing llankrupts, and that he
ay he the benefit of' th'e ssuid Act ; this
to give noti'eof thme said Petitiona, and1
.at a bearing thereof will he liad beforea
e. lonorable Rtobesi B. Gilchrist, Judge
( the said Court. at a Court to be holden
r the Federa? Court ilouse, in Chartie-.
ma, orn Moiadu .the lelteeuth day of lIvb
stry nextat 11 o'clock, A. M.,ai which
lace and tame all persons interestedj mar
ppear and'dbew eansd. ir any they have,
by the prafer of the sai4 Petitioner
sol o be ratnte'd. l
is__._2 _S3 52
H E subscriber fore warns any perso'n
L froma trading for a Note drawn by C.
I. Austin, given '0o'Jeorge Watkins, for
to sum of three hundred dollars. which
as been lost. The amuourf one b-t:nd'red
sd fifty dollars has been paid up~n th'o
ote. Asa the stubscriber has applied to the
rawor for g new note for the balance due
ri the lebi note, i# ean be of no use to the
uder. JOHN CORLEY. 1
Fesb 2t* 1
hHSbcier lams on hanad four good
L edhands tol hire, for the present
FEaefield. Feb 1. 1843 tr 1
. AEBxaUO, Jan. 31.
Couton.-The past week lass been one
of rather an unusual dullness in our Cot
ten Market, which we presume is owing
pretty much to the buyers waiting for the
news by the Steamer Caledonia. It will
be seen on reference to our -Forelga
Head," that these accounts have come to
band, which were received here on last
evening. During the week, ending Satur
day, the receipts isve been large, and on
yesterday and to-day, we noticed a great j
nanny cotton wagons in town. Prices last
week ranged (rom 45 to 64 cis.; principal
sales 51 cti.; good and fine 6 to 61 cents. J
The nows by the Caledonis may be con- I
sidcred rather flatring, as it shews a firm c
market in Liverpeal. and a healthy state a
of irade ina themanulacturing districts. We
are under the impression from what we
see to-day. :bat we can venturo to adianco
onr quotataons on most deaeriptions, sdy,
5 to 5J and 6 cis. for principal sales. As
the quality arriving is generally of thb
lower descriptions, our quotations should
not be con.idered as a criterion for fair and
choice cotton, which we think would comn
maud, when well put up, 65 to 7 6tsa. b
A coUsTA Feb.0
Remarks.-We shall be brief in our re
ma:ks as the ad vices from Europe to the I
4th off last riouth. sustain the views we
took uf the fcituro prospects of the cotton
naarket. Those advices may be etnsi
dered as fa'orable, so lar as they show n
that the present rates will not much vary.
and that such rates only can keep up the
niarketh, hath in Europe and in this coun
try, in a heal:hy condition. Any materi
al advance ofrhose rats, wi!v ievitably
pro!uc ecraugeweut il trade. anad nuch
loss to thusu who will have operated witilo
tbe njarket wvias subject to an tupaIvrd
tendcncy. At preent .rates fair operd- P
iions can L. entered into, witlout appre
l:eniding utrah dagger of heniy losics, but i
withou.t cspeciing large profits. We b
Ishal! poublish ta, our next paper the anuual It
circilar uf the Liverpool ausociation of tI
cotton bafcrs. It is no excellent doeu- n
imet, dictated by prudence and a perfect h
knowled;e of facts. It dcerves zatled. si
Col.'.-The receipts havi) bee.i large
sincc lust Thursday. revious to the a
rcceptiun of adtses bythe Stcauwtr of the e
4th oflJanuary, the maritet was inactive,
holders aud buyers decliuing to operate to b
the then current rates. But since, and
particularly on Tuesday. the mar.et has
assumed an active psition. and there asa
ny operations Off-cled, at an inprovement
ot thu previous week's quotatior.s. There
is dLcidedly a better fueling in the markot,
every thin.g indicates firmness und coi-f. C
dence in present prices, with the shade
of ud-ance obtained by holdets. The
sales wrcre made chiefly at 5, 51, and 6
ceuts. We must quote 44 to 7 a., the ox
:rcmc rates.- Conslituia aist.
CHARLESTO, Feb. 4.'
Cotton.-The Upland roarket contiuued
throughout Saturday in the feeb!e and de
pressed stlate noticed ift-otr review of that
morning, the Qpieratiuas aapsien re
sticidU to posildT ordcr,~ wach w.are
gmnerallyx eecuted at lower rates. Oa
Monday last fttvorabeo advice.reached 6s
from the other sid.e, per Caliedonia. at'Bos
ton, but in consequence of the inclement
state of the wontner, aotlifrg wats done ;
ou Ttuesd~ay and Wlednesday therd was a
good detmantd for the draiele, prices rallied,
asnd t'.- rates currerm in the early pr ato'
:he previous5 week were real-ized; within
abe last tw-a days, lhodeiver, theo masket has
been depareiised, and holders to bring out
tnyer-s have in serne insutance, submitted 3
Sa slighzt iceductio, particulatly aiu the
lower grades; Iut tis the decline is tiot C
enerpl, wc coeftinue th,: quotations given ti
in our laest, but would rreaark, that they ,
wero wi:bj ditliculsy maaintainecd yresterday. 5
The rcceiptcs of the week are 25961 bags, i,
and the sas l0,G1 hape, at prices rang- Lb
tng from 41 to tj ets. per lh.-ourier-.t
Tise frienda of Colonel P. C.
CA LDWE L L. announce hiat as a Can- (
didate to represent thae Congressional Dis- C
trict composed of A bbeville, Edgefleld,
News berry and Lexinsoan, in the nxt Cotn- a
gress. Jan'J, IS-3 6:O a0
LL Lprons inadebted to the firm of
?kirnuon & Muuudy, either by Note
or lBook account, imust mnake satisfactory
arrangemnents by the 20th February,1885, I
or the same wall lbe p~ut in suit, as longer
intdulgence danntot hie give-n.
FORE WAiRN anIy person agaiinst tra
diug t-r a Note givean by mse, to Mr.
Phlillip Dunmtire, fort wo huu'dred and tifty
dollars. -ts 1 lav-- paidl sell that it calls for,
except ab~out 6fly-ttro dollars. as it ap-.
rei-rs that part of te l:and. for which the 9
Nosecuas give, w::s not his property
ID.4VI0 W. DEVO1IE. '
Fe'.8 3t S~
I--- - - - - - - ------- a
IAdnmimistrator's Vioticet ta
1.L Per.ou iudebted to the estase of ri
M t.larsacl l.ott, deceased, are' reqbest- g
edi to make imnmediate' paf~nent, ndd those a
havam; demands against theo estate, are J
requested to rcender them in duly attested. a
Feb.8 $it 2
Lperson- idebted to me, by Notd
II and School account, are requested so V
atnake pny;metnt, fur longer indulgence will
not be given.[
* ~ JOlhN M. COIBU'RN. ti
Feb8 It 2 h
St te of Snuth Carolkua. 3
Wil'ii M1 allet, vs.0
Jams artu,& Nancy Martin.
I iL L lBE SOLD. ini the above case,
nt tha. house of Rtichard liardy, on
Tuesday thte twenty-first ins?. one "grey r
Mare and Colt, and one bale of Caoen.
I * S. CH RISTIE, N. E D.
Feha8 (fil 06D) et 2
OrRun asay slaoe.
W ILL BE SOLD at Edgefield Cor't
House, on the finrt Monday in March
next, a Negro man named Joseph. who
savs that he belongs to John Patteroo;
said negro has been confined in the jail of
this District for twelve months past. as a
runaway; is abiut 35 years of age. light
complexion, about 5 feet d in:-hes in height.
S. CHRISTIE, s. .. o.
B Y permission f the Ordinary of Edge,
field District, I will sell on tigh gtt
February next. at the late residefice- of
Mfary lfarrison. deceased, on a credit until
Eho twenty-fifth day of December next, all
the personal property of iaid deceasedt.
cousisting of ten or twelve Negroes.,somo
ive or six bales Cotmon, Corn. Poddit,
Oas, Plantatinn Tools, Household and
Kitcheu Furniture, Itock 6f Hogs and
Cattle, some twelite r ffteaen bundred
pounds Pickled Pork.
At the same time will be rented orsoI4
Ity consent of Lsgatees, the Plamtation. of
JAM1ES 31. HAR RISON, Adm'r.
Jan 25 t' so
3Y au 0'omJer run, (Joe OrdiuaryW
Divriet, will.h hoord-on
rueiday tii- twuedtv-righth day of Febru.
ary next; a tlie late resid-nce or Absoenr
Delaughter, ic'd., all the personl'ro
ierly of said dcc'd., consi'dug ofthuirty-oo
r eo erues I ses and ii ules, stock
of all kinds, Cottou, Pliatation Tool.
iiusehold amid Kitclicn Furnirure, &c..
in a credit until the twenity-fih day of
Decemlier next. Purchsiers to give notes
s ubh apmr.. e.i -4euritie-s. -
SILAS LAtNIER.- -
Feb 1 4,
-II. l ie %'hl at the 7.3tc reSidCnce.OF
S H-arrell E. l&obs. on Tssday the'
rth day onf .chruary next, at 1-2 o'clock;
:re following proterty, viz: one negrd
vwnmau, a good scemto:ress, and one yoke
>f Steers. A.., a small quantity ofFod
ler, sol-I on a 'redit mutil thetwenty
eventh dy of Decemiber next. Puich
lers wilI be required to give notes with api
>rovedi ser-aritew. ..
JA.MES S. HARRISON? Ad'r.
Janutary 18 31 51
State of' Smith Carolina-.
IN THE CUMION PLEAS.
MrILTON CHILLS who has been arrest
eV.~ d and islO now cotined witlan thme boui~
of the Jail of Abbeville Ji.-ict, ly ,Vrtue ofa
:apins ad natiamariendum at the suit of aiuel
3i:1e r. having tied biopt:6i6am with a schedul.
mt: oa:h. of hiiswhole estate and effeci- li the
wrpove of obtAsinmg the bent-fit of tie Acts o
ihe Geueral Astembly. coinualy cgalcd liti
usolvent Debtor's Acts.
Nblic notio is here''v given, that ihi'peti
isn of the said Miltoit Clhile. will 6f,:eanS
n the Cou.t of Cnmmsnu Plea for Abbe"il
District, at Aibbeville Court UoUe, on Wed.
wevday thic iO-d day of 3larch next~ qui
Ater dap the CorAa . Y.Ahdr '
ern comiencing on the tidriJ ' ik'
Warch next at said pinee. Aid all the.aedi
ors of the said liiton Chile'. are hereby sumin
nanod, .persoa'ly or by attorney, then and
ihere in thu maid (ourt. tio show cause, ifany
hey7 can,, why tihe benetitiof the Acts afo.residd
bould not be granted to thme maid Milton Clilies
ipon him execunu;r the asiynment riluired
ty thre .\cts aforesnid.
krkg ofje. 1)ecr. 1-1 l42! (*14 50O) 47
L L permois having0 demandsagainst
1the c.'nte of Rsnrrel E. Hobbs dec'dl.
re requested to :-ener tuhem in tol the sub
criber peroperly a uthbenzicated, and those
ndebked so srid estate, are reqluested.. to
LAI'RA ANN UlOlilS,.
J.AS. S. liAUll UsN.
rDe. 13. 1S.12 tf 46.
EDG3FILD~I liEAT COMPAiNY
YUC are. s.d-red to Parade for
Olrm!. nt L'.tgeidm L'. li.ona iaturday
th-- till, mt' 1seniary neat, armed
aund eq'alpp~ed .accorda-~g i taw,
k smd'-r of
JI.\CON, 0. 8.
jan 4 6it -49
ALL per'ous inden'tedl to thec estate or
.iJohnr W. WVimhimh., dec'J., ar'e re
1nssed to ma~ke immd;ate payment, as
bte cond5j1iion of sthe esate is sucb, that it
a ill no*, ndniit of? indu'lgence.
OLIVER: TOWLES, Ordinar'y.
Febs. I if 1
LL Persos indebted to the Estate of
II. .\ Wailace, decensed, by note,
msconut sr jsdgmeut, are bereby notified
lhat the demnuds asgainst the cstato cortn
sell mel. tin relfuse further indulgence. We
.hall at farly, but possitively the next
Te'rm of the Court..
II. R. SP.ANN, Erecutor.
Jan D. 1S4:1 *f450
. L L persons iude',ted to the late-Grt
'or Bryan & Minor, who do not payg
heir dues by Sale day in February nest,
still find thema in the hands of an A ctoragg
'or collection. B. C. BRYAN.
Jan 25 3c 52.
L L pe ndebted to the Estati 61'
C. A.Dwd, deccased, are regiuest
rd to come forward anti settle themr ac
ounts, a~s (here cantot be limnger indul
tenec given:, and those having claims
sgain~st said Estate tWill please present
hem legally attested.
WVM. BRUNSON, Executor.
Jan 25 if 52
L L persons indebted to the Estate of
WillIiatm Robertson, deceased, are
egneis:ed to make payment by the 15th
lay of February next, as the aitahloon of
he Estate will not admit oi'ioups indul
DOUGL ASS ROBE RTSON, Efre
COLUMBIA, 201h Jan.. 1843.
9rders. No. 2.
I RTHUR HUGER. JOHNX BRU
ARD KERSHAW. J. L. GANTT.
?. 5. EDMONDSTON, W. D. GILLI
5OF, and E. 51. SEABROOK. Jr.. ar'
;ppointed Aids-do-Camp to the Comman
er-iW-Chidf, with the rank of Lieutenant
oloael, and will be obeyed and rcspccted
The Aids-de-Camp will respectively
ignify their acceptance fur:hwith. ani re
iort themselves at leld Quarters, Char
eston. as fully equipped, by the 17th Feb
BT drder of the Commander-in-Chief.
Adjt. and Inspt. General.
Feb 1. 143 3t I
1 ITUAITED three miles above Liberty
Hill, near Beihiany Church, in Edge.
old District. on a poor ridge of land. re.
ole from plantations, or any local cause
The Trusteestof this institution take
'reat pleasure in announcing to the public
enerally. that they have secured the servi
es of dhe Rev. A. G. BaZwEa, to take
barge of it fir the present year. connien.
ing on the first Monday in February;
ad from the reputation. high recommend.
tions and long experience of thi, gen:le
ian as a Teaclier, the Trustees feel per.
ectly justified in recommending thid in.
titcztina to lite country around, aud to the
ublic generally for their suppa.-t. Gosd
narding can be obtainued in the ncighbor.
od convenicnt to the school at six dsllart
ermonth. Ten muoors nill be tie scho.
mstic year, dividled jito two sessios. nye
months e:ch. and at the close of each ses
ion a public examination of the students
'*A take place.
The fulluoiig branches u ill be taught,
nd at the following prices. viz:
Orthdraphv, Reading, Writing. Arith
maie, Modern History, and
Modern Gedgraphy. par mess. S 6 00
.nglils Grami'ar, Ancient Ilisio.
ry, Anclent Geography, Bota.
any, Natural Philosophy. Beuc!t
Keeping, &c., per session, 9 00
joral Philosophy. Rhetoric, Sur
veying, Cbemistry, .Atruuomy,
&c., &c., per w:sioj, 10 00
Mr. U. is amply qualifieJ to teach the
end languages, but anticipating hii Etn
lish Scholars hill be quite sntlicient to
ogsge his entire attention for the preseut
ear, he does not 'ropoae to take any stu
eats only those A h, wish to rago in the
tudy of the branches above set rurth.
A1NE. PRRIN, )
T. J. H1BLER,
.E.G. RQBERSON, Triwe.
A. T. F RA YLOR,
Feb. 1, 1818 fe 1
Pleasant DII Academy.
1IE Trustees *of the Pleasant HJill
Sc hao t e spectfully inaforr the pub.
cha hyhave enagaged the services of
4r. D. Warr anid Mr., S. Ogro, for
be pre-sent year. Mr. White tak's charge
>f the.Male, and Mrs. Dunton ol' thc Fe
tale Depart sment.
The School House is .ituated between
be EdgefieldI and Martinrown Roads.
bout three quarters of a milc from Dun
The School is now ina operation. and
ill continue until (ho 15th of Decemr
The long experience ofair. Wite, an.'
be known accomplishtentts of Sirs. iiun
on,- warrant us i.: believing that those
who may favdt thenw with t heir pa:ronn~ge
will be wb11 p16ased with the msoral and
asental profieecfe df their chirdrena. Thea.
ituation Lis pleasant, nud tbe neitth borhaood
leulthy. lloarding in good houses may
'e had on reasonable termas.
rxaxs OF T~tTtoN :
leading. Writing ansd Arithmatie, $63 00
-.nglish Grammar and GJeotgraphy, 4 0&)
'lala Trigonometry and Precaical
enrveying. on the lnte anmI highb
ly apptoYed system of John
Gumtere. - - - - 5 00l
Rev. D D). BRUNSON)
WM. BR UNSON, E.wi. Tute.
JOEL ROPE R, Sen.,. rste,
JOH N ILL', )
January 2' 101 5
,1/ILL BE SOLD at Edgefield Court
House, en Tuesday thae 1-ith day of
~ebruary next, one aid lever W atch, Seal
nd Ch'nin, sold as the propert y of John W.
Vitnbish, deceased. Torma made known
in the day of sails.
OL IVE R TOWLES, Ordinary.
Feb.! 2t 1
L L persons indebted to the Estate of
Bienjamia Lindsey. deceased, are re
nested to come foirward and settle their
(otes by~ the 20th of' February next,
ind' tfose having clainms against said Es
ste, to present them legally attested.
A. LI1NDSE~Y, Executor.
Jan 25 -ft 52
Staf6 of South Carolina.
Fosoph Jacobarand Elizabeth hisw wife,
A pplicant. vs.
Elizabeth Finly and other.
[T1. appears to my satisfactioa that Ran
del Finly and.Caela F'inly, two of the.
)erentdant, reside wi:houat the hatis, of
his State, it is therefore Ordered, that
bey do appear and object to the division
rnale of the Real Estate of yames Finly,
a or before the first Mfonday in 'april,
843. or their consent to the same . il bo
atered of record.
D.AVID LESLY, o..A. 0.
.Jnn 18 :3m 5!