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termianate tb~ Ofiial, relationheos
.ABolwd.That our late .represeeolve
earies with l4ae private life, or ua
diminished Gdencead esteem, and
our ~w( I y Ar his futur succem
the Secreraies be re
st sa.a spy of these reo
. IpF Honorable. E. W. Piekemr
404ciue thqpita bo publishd in the
w Ak( vrsolr and Uharloson Aler
ooher Democratic papers
hest the State.
bherapsn the ipeedang waadesunisd
, meet at Edgeeld Court Honse on the
Ne lia .May next.
. Wn lLD BROOKS, Cba'r.
- . -I..W Wre- -Ter of
okki'Ve'e theQeig irtil for the
f linMos. wme nd Sman,.
~mtWSeSs4i th brig Uemen, has ter
s of arsix weeks, on
* sa and' Vosanies Mackenzie's de
ogaisd by bi eefnseloa the 22d nLt.
.--dawlt jaftd.-The N.Y. Jeru1shf
as.w,; of 'tbe -2:natsy:-"h e
y -Ithbneraa thatloom fron the U.
odas, stated tyat whem near
oddd Hope, mutiny waadiscov
.a Ig('.jili. planned among the cre
SsIfe..of the crew, that the n
adockwand being arranged in
*If wag a" eWWet they wanted, whea
ftee a-timmstepped forward with con
s w er nstantly iet dowu and the
crew qe t1ehir duty. Weeie not the
e exctly from trt bandsbut under sacb
that we think someth'ng like
the poltiaes' of the Hon. F. c
We ave received a copy...f an
- priations made at the fas
6"-for the balfealendar year
ag4fjvevaoe, 183, and the fiscal year
*enta3owmne, 1844-that is, for 18 montbs.
nam,196S53, B.. . -- 1,898000
e fihusnt, 4,733,130 00
JAssb'm .9,16,74o 00 r
?.F Va: husai, AIAMh09
O a 2,104,205 00
- -, 1,117.490 00
pominemal 46000 00'
T -eiyef tote *aaty wiob
&--mwdd*& -1".. 531. ,72(; 00
' i imArkansas ivers, 156,000 00 c
Co et.ib onofbarbokaoalAke
'Mau. . - 80,000 00
PaymentsawwsGeeis -iliMid, 19,400 40
To. bu&biaegpisbL . ., 30, 00
Fm a .Ai of tMem.
'tal haaflie esGV
Varss mybi 0allet' Si* as
magey smers ohe ex
' jadisa ,and etherm
ar ted Wto be est
tied. u knows,
taiet when 'asertained, to be
pitdit hTrasury d6ma- .
tad at ,.. 100,000 00
Kanuat theme s.4' ' f o
laswre a kmde inst iothna
Th ap tions for the. o.4jffice De
ptlebt.S. ' ar paidexcusiel out of
foramsenabe4geonthe TUnsay, animatto
Ther:fgalwing Order fIrm dhe Jton
Davidities. Prisident of the Equity Court
of Apgisea, appear in the 'Chrlesodm and Co
1umbigpspers, we publish for the benefit of
our frades,Teosef whom, no doubt, may be'
- " casire'' Int4 Chacrye-Ia par
spnep reisioa of the Act of Amsom
blypamsed in eeber, 1842, notice is bete
hybepb at the.4.aisn eftisw Court in Co.
Jo ,ty neat, fethe Circuits,
wilb hdinthe [aloigprder, viz:
" tiss, Ajpeals frem tis Dituict of Char
lestop os.w eks. if 'so much time be ne
- cessary.'if no,iiie the Appeals next in order.
SSpeeptd,'Appealsfrom pbn Equity Circuits
ofthe upperO~i~, swih wC eontitned
aths Delbet at thwecefer nittinge in Co
lumbia..en'the.thhid Monday in May, for oune
-'e44:ik frd.. the 'second Eqniry
Cirenit cat ~i Oranmgeburgh, on the
- fourth Mes*~p Ks;ay. be one week, if so
toueb time be nesessary, ifsnot, then the Ap
pea fwsont s hised Equity-Cireuit commenc
mug at Charaw, e soon asthese mentionmed
, Eatgassevuemoa*.-On the 14th I
nit. (says tbeat4elIer( Va.) Watchman,) I
a disti eh sh~,.or shakig .of the earth,
accopanid byyambingnoise, much
lik thatelf tis# wagn'pasing oVer 4
frozen gipond, wee ebeeved hy many peo
plein MoNeatpr ~ ticimity.. Itseemed!
to come le ant amn dtregIes.
. -alM wduss, afareb 19.
Y :-iftbe seboonmer
Colers t iid'pailearrived'yestea.
day, .aediesesfront aa
oisteGpd 1sik the arrlial
of theil 5 rus with
additi~a rle ' the, will
ntr, bhi ma eeeta be ac -ee
ibrought totehsia t b tfe, ass
. week, fiumniooe town in he. E~sar, wyso a
.-. tad . it,.... by.,. tim n...i.l .. ....: ,u
:.. Tag ADVXIT W5.
it, %knoiand Agri
Gasr~sausr-A' ths suggestion of "A
Rtember,' I take the liberty ofeqnesting yor
tiendance i the Court House of the District,
il o'oloci .on agorday, the 15th ofthe pre
ent nonth, (AptiL) Tho abjeot of the meet
ag is. Wadpt suitable measures for siding
I ;Ruin, the Agriculurel Surveyor of the
ifR it the business of his appointmUenL
It is koeito you. gentimen,,'and to the
itiaens of the District generally, that the Le
,islature, at its last session, deemed it import
int to the interests of South Carolina, that an
Lgaicuktral Survey of d State should be
ade. The object to be acompished by the
arvey is. an improvement In whatever relates
o the cultivation ofthe soil, and the raising of
tack to the best advantage. This object is be
sevelent: itis noblei and itallsdirectly within
iroVince of de Legislative supervision to pro
ide for its accomplishment For the success
'a promotion ofrhe design, the servicesofM.
L Ral, a gentleman of experience, skill,
nd chairacter. have been secured. Ihe com
ensation is drawn from the funds of the State.
Each citizen is. therefore, a contributor to his
:ompensation, and, by consequence, one of his
This accomplished Agriculturist does not
lesire, that his office shall be a sixecurc. That
s: that it shall be an oicc of emolument to
hm, without profit to his ewp:v er. Of this
he following extract fron his letter to the Pre
ident of the State Agricultural Society will af.
brd satisfactory evidence:
" Sir:-For the fulfilment or my duties as
kgricuitural Surveyor of the State or Suth
Carolina, it Is essential that my effarts shall
save the support and aid of time Agricultural
ommunity, whose interests the survey was de
igned especially to promote.
" I am impelled by eveiy consideration. to
lesire that services soaght in my appointment
ihall be as faithfully performed, as zeal and in
lutry, and toy imperfect ability and menns
nay permit. But all these, however faithfully
ipplied. wP.1 avail but little, unless aided and
piven effect to by the co-operatino of the weil
ufrrmed Agricultnri'ts of every setion of the
Itate, and in every department of Agricultu
al practice and inquiry. Such co-operation
mnd action, properly applied by the Agricultu.
al' Societies, will leave to the Surveyor the
notm humble, and yet the most useful function
of his office, tiat of serving as the organ or
hannel ofeommunication, to receive and bring
ogether, for diffusion and general use. the
*at amount of intormation alreadf in each
articular section, and. which inny easily be
sllected and reported bj the Agricultural So
ieties, or by iudividids. In this manner. the
kgriciltufalSarvey may lead to important
ud ge'nefl banefit, by inducing the fumrni.himtg
f full and teneral informati'n. But without
ch id, the Surveyor's service.must necessa
ilj be coiflmed to narrow limits, whether of
pace, or of uNbjects ofinvestigation."
Permit me, now'. to 'uggest to you. Gentle
aeu of the Society, and to the citizens of the
)istict generally, the importance of availing
mrselves of die favorable opportunity thus
resented for securing indvidual and public
ood. A full attendance of the members of
he Societj, and of the citizens of the District
will be a step of much consequence towards
tach a result. For ass comnittee will be most
robably app,ointed.to make arrangements for
inilitaing to Mr. Ruf~o bismurvey of te Di.
rat, sueh gentlemen, as have the leisure, and
tr willsag te accompany him over those parts.
if the District in which they reside, can fur
hidh to thae cohmmittee their namnes, and the
at'through which they will attend him. By
isa rmean the committee will ho enabled. In
heir correspondence. with Mr. Rt., to direct
mis movessentain such a imnner, as to render
bena most profitable within the period, that he
balI be engaged in his survy of thme Distnet.
,WILLAAM B. JOHNSON.
S Pres. oftsP. Sr A. gee.of E. Dist.
Ena.:a*KLD C. H. April 1. 1843.
P. 8.-Several Addresses may be expected.
)Fre1aL REo3T 07 TBE LOSS of T3E U.
. TAT5~S 9uM con'coKD.
Ertrael of a Letter from Coawmander Con;
oer, of the U, S. Ship Johnt Adams,
dated Table.Bay, Cape of Good Hope,
Deenber 26, 1842..
" I regret to inform the D~epartment 'hut
ho Pqrtuguese brig.Union, arrived there a
'ew' days since with the surviving officers
nd crew of the United Staes ship Con
:ord-the offikers andi men* under charge
if the ',eutenatns.3Mr. Gardner, who has.
ilicialy-communicated to me the loss of
he Concord. Site was wrecked oni a sand
ar at the mouth of the river Lnrango, ill
he Portuguese pirovince of Quillemane.
Taptain Boerum, Purser luart, and James
)avis, ordinary seaman, were drowned
n the 2d November;. while crossing time
mar at the mouth of Loraugo river In the
ig. I have -taken five niidshipmen and
iy sen on board the John Adams. The
emainingofileers and crew will proceed
mmediately in the Portuguese brig .whiscj
coveyed them to this place. The Con
ord, after throwing over h;er guns, &c..
a lighten her, was forced over the liar at
ligh water with loss of rudder, keel, &e.,
ind otherwise materially injured, though
tot a complete wreck."
Border DigicLties.-The Bangor
Me.) Daily Vs hi'g contains the proceed
PgA of a public meeting of tbo eitizus of
roostook cnunty, who was attempted to
e carried off, ob civil suit, by individuals
nown to be aniri sagents of the mu.
boriies of'the P'rovace of N"Yew Biruns
ric, on the 11th inst.
It appears that great excitement prei
ilead upon th'e hordier andi that the
eople sided by the U. S. troops, -seeee
ed in effecting his rescue. Subsequent.
the citiseas met, anid pissed snidry re
pltions expressing indignation at the
irage, and it was
,'Voed, sbat the thanks of this meeting
a presestiad to Capt. Webster, commas
lng the D, 8. Troops at Fort Keat, lir
sprninptly Eiraishing assistance so the
vil authorities to recapture our citizen on
ur owna toil,.as defined by the late treaty
nd o seenre and bring -the offender to
LasTsfa Part auPin.--Advices to,
the 4thof March rm Port an Prince haye
been reedved at Boston. The following
are extracts from the latest Ietter: -
PORT AU Paac; Mab 3, 1843: ,
Political matters are very unsettled. The I
insurgent troops frm the south are said I
to be not far distant from the.city, and ad
attack is daily expected. --;All the stores
am shot up, sid there is no business do
ing. It 1.-said that many of the Govern -
pent troops have deserted to the enemy.
We hope that matters may be settled
PoaT AU Parnce, March 3, 1843.
The Revolutionists are Inarehing o,
and are now at Leogane, (about twenty
roar miles distant,), and intend to enter
this town on.Sunday. the 5th ins;. How
soon soever it may - be, we hope that it
wifinow be quickly settled.
NYw ORLais, Marsh 24.
'The Hon. George A.; Waggaman expi
red yesterday a qdarter past one o'clock.
This result was anticipated soon afleritils
duel, and for the last three days was nite
certain, as mortifiation had begun Its
work of death. From a post mortem ex
aminsiion of the body it was discoVered
that the femoral artery had been complete
ly sevared. as declare4i by his attending
surgeon when he received the wound.
Later from Merico.-By the arrival of
the U. S. schooner Dolphin, from Vera
Cruz, we have received intelligence from
Mexico several days later than our last ad
vices. In consequence of the death of
ourcorrepondent, from one of those fe
vers incidentil to the climate, we are obli
ged to rely on verbal information.
The Dolphin brought 822.000 in specie.
She left Vera Cruz on the 3d instant. and
touched at Tanipico on the Dth. While
at the later place a paper was put on
board communicatiug the intelligence
that the Texian pris-ners who were cap
tured at 3Mier, and %vbo had succeeded in
eft'ciing their escape, had been retaken to
:ho nunaber of Ill.
Mexico was free from internal dibtur
hauces, Santa Ana had lefg his farm of
Manga de Clavo, in order to he present at
the adoption or the new constitution:
It is stated we know not with how much
accuracy, that the President of Mexico
hassent agents to flnuston, to treat for
pence bet ween Mexico and Texas.
From all accounts the Mexicans are
preparing additional forces for the siege of
Campeachy. Seven hundred %roops sail
ed from Vera Cruz to re-inforce the army
at Campeachy. The Mexicans were pre
paring for a vigorous and well concerted
Laiest from dlatamoras.-The schr.
Zerviah left Metamoras on the 13th inst.
She brings the following information:
The Texan prisnners rose on their guard
at a place calle4 Salado, 20 leagues be
yor.d Saltillo. After etlecting their escape
wirfia good supply of arms and ammuni
tion. they ooks a. i. direction. Gen.
Apudia on the receipt of this news, im
prisoned I bo1 c aptured at Micr. Col. I
'isher andtaf had been sent on ir. ad- <
vace, and or course were not among the
party that escaped.-Courter.
Office of tb Daily Goorgian,
SAyIIIVAU, Mareb 28-12 M.
Fromn Florida.-By the steamer Gen.
Taylor, Capt. Peck, the Editor of the i
Georgian has received the St. Aqugnetine I
Herald of 20th inst., and the News of 25th
inst. .Extracts follow :
Southern Coast-RicA Lands-On Sun
day morning last, Messrs. C. Loring. W.
WV.. Loring, J. fledriek, P. Loring anad
Whiting. returned from an expedition to
f,.ake Worth, situated im mediately iu the
rear of what is laid down on then army
miaps as Boa Ratione, some eight to teu
miles. south of Jupiter Italet. They repre
sent th'e lands in this section of country as
being very rich indeed. Frost has never
been known in what section, as thie sweet
potagtes, sugbr cane, and peas, planted by
the Indians, are as green and as ,fresh as
they generally are in the months of June
og July. As proof of the richniass of the
soil, these getntlemnen brought samples of
sugar cane, found growing in the~, Indian
old fields, measuring frottasix and a half
to seven inches in circumferance, iThese
stalks of cane are represented te .average
from twenty to twenty-two feet ij length,
and filled with jbiceofrsuperigr quality.
The planters of wealth wbe intend emi
grating to l'lorida, would dp~well to locate
on tie southern coast, as twhey .will have
decided .advantage itt -point-,af iclitnate.
Their crops can remain in thp field until
arriving at the stage of perfect maturity.
National Convntion-Louisiana. Mtary
land. Michigan, New. JUanvpsbire,.Ken
wucky. and South Carolina. have recoin
mended~ May. 1844, as tbe time for hold
ing the New Convention. $iissisrpi
hsas declared her intention of holding her
State Convention fur the purpose of nomi
natitng a candidate for thme Presidency in
January next. Alabama has declared for
'a State Convetiion, for the same purpose
in. December nest, and the impression
generally thromn kont the Union appears to
bsittfavor.of hay. 184-4, as the most sni.
'table gimie for a National Convention. A
Convention, however, was lately held in
Virginia for a different object, which un
dertook to recommend November next,
for that purpose. We cannot sea the oh,
jbet In this, unless those who .suggested it
are desirous to forestall public opinion,
before it has time to ripen. This will not
do, !p~d if it be~persevered in, the men at
the bend of this movement can'oly ex
pect to introduce dissatisfacuion~ am ist
consent'into the party. The .days of can
enssing and party management are fast
passing away, and those who now expect
to control the Democratic party -of this
Union, by polling the wires, will find that
they are attempting what they cannot do.
The sense of the people ainst he Airs as
eertained, before this Conention can be
bold The people want a Convention to
dothhidding, not to tell them what to
do, and if they should be mad enough to
arrogate .19 teselves power which lie
longs only to ste people. they will incur
the indignation of evety bonest man be
longing to the party. Any attempt to make
a pretnature nomination will begin in di.
content and ent in defeat, and woe to those
men teho will camse this thing to happen.
. HAMIdka, March 28.
Ceria,--8ae our report of hat week, the
ran5aetions in the Cotton market have. been
Ight-but few sales made, little ofering and
eceapte quitoi short. The late ane*a by the
,olumbia, will cause our marset to go down
all j ct.", if-we may jud e frona the present
i6eing among buyers, The sales for the-past
ii dave hie varied biit little in prices front
rom tiee of the preceding week; -and until
we have a constant and regular trade, we. will
is unable-to form an opinion of bow matters
iaroUa OL- Suffice a:'to say, that appear
mnsare a tber loomy.although we hope for
arighter prospects hereafter. Prices rangle to
faj froi4 to6 ets.--prineipalsales5to jets.
*rAts-To Charleston per Rail Road 2S
:m per hundred pounds for Cotton; by hoa'ts
jI per bali. To Savannah 40 cts. porbalc.
Avou.s11n. March 30.
Cc4pa.-'his market has notucapged its
esteres since the receipt of tbe Liverpool ad.
rices. A very fetv saler have been effect-d,
it prices-encnta last week. Thbs cotton in the
ivarehouses are not offered for sale, planters
iaving given- orders not to sell. The fact is
hat there is now no eetton on the market; and
t is more tha. probab!e that our mnrket will
remain in it1 present conditi'n until May or
lone, when more activity will spring up. by a
:hange in the European markets, when hold.
irs will have to be governed by it; but it is
iard to anticipate. a favorable change, though
we say that the couditionofthe cotton markets
:anuot be worse titan it is.-Constitalioaalist.
CUoLtuxar . fi'rrh 29.
CoUen.-Since onr last report we have news
irim Europe twenty-one days later than former
advices. and the complesiun of it must he ae
Lnowledged to be -tather dark. However, it
as not stfreted. in anw. nmnible derre, the
irioe of pime Cotton; but at the ower and
iddling qualities there ls s been a shade of
lecline. Owinag Jo Tbc hadness ofthe weather
nd the itate ofihe ruad,, very little is couning
n, and the market is coaseqaucntly in a dtull
md languid sPnis. We qisote fr om 4 to 64 tis;
rinciile sales at 5 cents -Chraide.
"Te silka ti fiht lndls tar tciutiw g Aearfts."
On ili 23d ult. by -Giles Martin. Esq.. Mr.
.aaKS 3Artes. aged 25 years. to Mrs. E.
LAMMAox. aged 65 yeare, all of thii Di4rict.
Died. at the resi~aidce or mt. Fotis Lak.e. in
his District. on the 1 a-t filt.. of Vanastumiltioin.
tlier an illness offive weeks. 31 r.Jamxx Taitax.
ged 43 years
Mr. Tinme was it Printer by profession. a
sativeof Charleston, S. C.. but Tor a atimboam
f vears lhats been a resident of this district.
iithitn the'last ive years. on account of his
ightfailing lie was foreed to seek other em
,loytenit than that of Printing. By advice of
,is friends, who were nutmernus..he conaunenc.
4 the ardisous duties of a Teacher. in which.
it the tine of of Li death, he had made presf
,rogress. las ing a large Aelcamy at Bloickers
rle. under hii charge. llaving gained the
snidence of the old and young, in the n,-igh
torthood in which ho Ind located himsuelf, lie
as rnspected by all cisaes of society. a nd
is) account of lis strict sense of jnatice and
ght. lie was often called upon to settle those
ile matters which naturally occur in country
ircles. The neighbiorhood in which he taught
he last 18 ttionths will sensibly feel his loss, as
t will be a hard tink to find a pierais calculated
o fill thestaton hie has left vactat. To his rAa.
ivesand friendnst a distance, it'no doulat wiil
)e a source ofgratification to know. hat their
ela:ivf or friend. rrom the hands of strangers.
ceited that consolatiun sa requisite to a dy
ng man. not merely out ofcharity. or for gain.
it from die love and respect They had lorhim,
lIt was one otGod's noblest woris-An Hoa
ET" The Charleston Merenry and Yorkyihlc
Jumpiler will please copy the above.
SThe frieuah of.aJ sor
3U'1 IREDGE .CREATHAMI, announce
im as a Candidate fur the othiee of Colonel of
le 9th Regiment ii. C. M. to Gill the vacacy
ecaionedl by the reuignuatieoo Col. lill.
April5 . if 10
O7~ The friends of .oa4jor
r'. G. BACO.N. sanunce himi a. a canT idate
or the tlic. of Clerk of the Court, uf Edge
mur 8 tf 6
Notlee to Guardians and
T HOSE Guardians anid Trustees who have
not miadea their aniaual retarns sinnat the
irst of Januanry. 1843, are hereby notifled to
lo su, nai or before thme first Monaday .in May
meat. or rules will be served 'an them to shoe
J. TERRY, . C. 3.. D.
Conissionser's Oles, A pril 3, 114..
SApril5 _ _4s 10
hst hirigadle Cavaalry,.
April 1, 1b43.)
)sas No. -
LIEUT. COL LEROY 11. MUINDY. will
take cnomand of the 2nid Rsgimeaat taf
Javalry, and tie respected and obeyed accor
linglv, utni further, orders.
By order.of8aig.GenLI. . L Bonhaem.
W.-A. W1ARDLAW, Brig. Maj.
April 3 . t f io
2nd Regiment Cavalry.
IA pril 3, t143.
IN ,abedhience to an Order from Brig. Genl.
Bonhean. an Electiotn for Colonel of thme 24
mtgiment of Cavalry, to fdl.the vacancy occa
ioned by the resignation of Col. Joseph.Diack
team. will be held on Friday the'Jd of June nea..
~ac Ca ptaint giving notice hereof, at Isis Com-.
aaiy Muster Gronnd,as regqured by law.
Oin the day follsteing. the Managers will
neet atube lieg imenital Muster Ground. count
ta thte votes, and transmtait to the Brigadier
"3eneral acertified statement thereof, signed by
d the Managers p resent.
- . EROY 1- MUNDY.
La C..cewApr.2d Regt. Cawstip.
A pril 59? I0
O N the 23rd ult., from the plantation ofthem
subseriber, within two miles of' Moftnt.
Willing, a Sonael MARE COL'.one year old
atAngaet. shte has' a mnmall whIte streak in th.
ace, and one bind foot whe,~ has been twie
aned on the neek'with phienmi tot the dis
eaper; was- very likely and in fis order.
whetn it strayed, Any persois whor may have
id Colt,or can give-any account of at will
please direct to the subscriber at Mount Wil
ing P. O
HENRY C. HERLONG.,
A pril 413' J0
Notice. - -
LLpros indo'sed to us on aceaunts
du h.ttof' Janary last. are re
p;ested to como and settle up. We have
o pay our debete.- . - -.
- GOODE &LYON.
Vch.1't er "
.Cholce Fmnly jedaieu
PaMsIA, V"#, . *Vdse
AND every artiele ualy
kept i. DRUG -S'fORICS,
are ofred to the lowest mar
ket prices,-- by
RISLEY & Co.
Hamburg. S. C., or
HAVILANs, RISLEY & CO.
April 5 3ama 10
Ne* Cash Store,
SIBLEY'S CORNER, HANDURO S. C.
Ladies, &'ye want a rich new Dress,
At your own price-or even less.
lias to- the New Cash Store. strijhtway
Secure great Bargains,-wbile you mny.
Our Stock.of Goods beinplarge and now,
Indocements great we'll offer you,
You still shall fid. as heretobre,,
The.Chfapest pJace. die Now Cash Store.
AVING apent the past month in th.City
H of New York,- in the selectiob ofan ex
tunive (ashionable and Cheap Stock of
New Spring & Samnmner
We would respectfully ask our old ensto
mera and the public, to examine our assort
ment and learn the prices. before -purchasinp
elsn bere, feeling confident that the citizens o
South Carolina need no longer he undes the
necefstv of leaving their own State. to pro
cure DILY GOODS, as good, aiAionable,anc
cheap an in any other market
Our assortuent beinog unusiually large. we
shall not ennnerate articles nod prices. bta
"Puie you we shall Like great pleasware in
xhewing Goods, and naming small priaes.
No cbig-e fur lookintg
W.r KETCIUM & CO.
N. B. Rfemeniber we* have reanaoved frotn the
old stai.d neir luntei'm Hostel, to the new
Brick Building on Sbley's Corner.
W. K. & Co.
Ihambuar April 3 M 10
Merchant Tailor 3hop.
AVING given- th6i branch of our bsi
3 news our particular anention ins iel,-rtini
fromin this iprinyXs irlonrati..n3 the best, cheap
est and asmust fasluab'aaile les ut'.
Cloths, Cassinaeres, tend
and eprv other article nere-sary to n Gentie
man's, Wardrobe. we will onl' add that tie
Shop is still conducted toy
. Mr. K. M. FULLER,
Wooe taste and skill in cuttinZ, and faithfe:
nes of work, is too well known to nced out
Terma Cash. poitively, prices in accord
ance with tcrms and timcs.
. ' WM. KETCilUM &CO.
Hamlurg, April 1. 1843. - di 10
10DOZEIN Men'sandl Boya, white
10and colored Ptalin Leal.Hats,
Childrens amnd BayN LeglionMas,
Me-ia Legho-rn and Panavpa flat-, -
25 tinz. wliate and cnlored Hoods 25 to 37cts
6 dot plain Straw Bontaets,. $1 to $3.
Silk Bonneta, black and fancy. $1 54 to $4,
Ir-glarns Bonnets. (fine) new elape.
if ioes Cypresm & Straw Bonnets 50cts. to $2
Arti ficial -lowers, Mand Boes. &c
Just received by
WM. KETCIJUM & CO.
Hlambure. April 3. 183. - at " 10
New Sprinr & Snmmer
JNO. 0% B. FORD,
a full asaornIment of
for the bSpeing and.Sananser Trade, wich~k hn
wi ll sell rerutoa foir Cash.
March I tt. 9
Turner and Gunsmith.
I NFIftMS5 tha citizens of Edgefie'
1.village and its vicinity, that he is pre
pared to execute all kindsaof Turnit'g, is
Wood, I-ron. Bras,, or any kind uf Metal
lie also repnirs all kinds of Otuawork
at the lowest prices foir Coa.
(GP All. peradias nlebted .to him art
re-spectfully reqjuestad to come forwarc
ad sette their asccotuts..
manreb29 tf 9
R ESP ECTF-UL LY infThrms his enas
tomler-s, andl the puliek geqerally
that Ihe is just, returned .fromn Chasrlestou
with a v-ariety of articles in his line, wicl
he will dispo'se oft on terma to suit the
tmar.'h 22 t f 8
Seva'r.t R&xc1E5Tr.S. C. M.
Edgefleld C. 11., Marcha 13, 1843.
Onoxa No. -.. ,.
IN cnseu'reeoosheresigdaation of Cap
I ain Jess . Cogborn,-o E~dgediekdBe
Company No. 1, an'l-'lection -will be held et
satuarday the l3.h. of May- next, at Edgedehs
C. II., I'or the pisrpose of Eillitng the vacancy
)tin the same day,. at 11 o'clock, the Edgefleh
Bemat Company will parade at the above am
,-J plc armed and eqnipped according t
By order ef Col. Wigfall,
SAMUEL POSEY,. Lt. Co.s *
Maagers-Lieut. Ramney, Lient. Corley,
and Sergeaant T. G. Bacon.
March15 0t -7
FROM the subscriber, riving nern
Cloud's creek, in the ne'gbbourhoes
ofCamnsMill ki E~District
may father p'urelased bibr from a ape
cufator.ftoma Virgintia, John said he
as riednear Riensaond, Va.,,le isaboast
years of age. abont.5 feet 8 or 9 inches high
oft light complexion, and has a seat on the or
nier ofhis left eye; tis-a stout well made reflow
tull faced, spek quick when spokento. Hi.
had on whoa he went-awaya t cap,a brown
ish clothi coat, and pantaloons of course .pr.
cloth. It is quite likely be is trying to get.Jaci
to 'Virginia. I will give twenty-fite dellat
rewar to any -person who 'vill apprcgend 14
said slave and coqllne him in,any'iail is thi
State, so tisat I get him again, uJtiry-Sv
dollars if takep onit ofthepSate, tld ihrough
home all reumonabiu expensesg will be .ppid.
-'The eeenistortrom WitNMaparchs
writes his namne Andrew Lee
Trhe omi Soutle-Carolinian, will cop'
the absove once a month until torbid. Ato
rurwandth ae-cn -, t,..,i,.,ffs.:.:.
Anoway. William --Avds, . -
.9 A 8fuale
Bisikkalte , tal sa. Boley~Thom
Bird, Eldred M Blocker. Mr.
Bejamin. Dr. L' iftare, Joks -a
Bl- er. e S oi
Claybrook, W. E. Couerom, Wak B.
Caro, M -. CochcroAB
Cbandler, --OCarr .W3eMan -
Culbreath, lawisa Chg . .
Coleman; Col. IV.
Dinwiddy, Samuel Doggeg. Nary.
Dard, Ds. C.. Denny, Col, D.
Eddina. Wm. EthrdgsWlfliu.
Eutes, Peer EngU' Jams.
Eldridge. Col. S.
Fleming. Rev. W. H.2frecherYok.M
-Fair, John - Ferguson, Ts
Garpbin, George R. GardMur. fgiis -
Gee.rthy, M.. Geer,D i
Griffin, Wiley 8. Giffij Richard:
Glover, Wiley Gria, J..Jur..'
Hilk Mary ifarden,W. C.
Hill. Martha Ilfeerson, Jamsw
Holsten,,Asa iarmn, Henry'
H awse., Iane Hobbs, Mis So'9
Hollkiter. J. G. Ifaney, Ishu.
J - -
Jones, Beaj.dwin Jackson, Rhidy
Kirklatd. Miss Eliza K. J. C.
Kitg. Bartley Kennerly, Re. 8.
i.nndy. Mrs. Lewis. Mrs.
Loawery, Coonrod .arper. C.S.
Larnow. Estate of Loveless, T. fl.
May. Samnel Mcne. B J.
Madhis.- W. 11. Meekw. Briant'
McCam. Rev. A. mibclJoel I
Moore. John tiller. Mis. .
Martin. J'.hn P. McDffuie.. ,
Mourphy. O-well Muuay, LU..
Ma. a, Willi-u .
Nickos~o, 0. J. Norris, W)iiamp
0 .. .
OJ. Mrs. Ogilvie. Mrs, Margart
Pardon, John 2 Popek ColiC.P.
PettersonjMrs. . Peak, P.3, W.
Roper. Joel* Riddle. John
Rop,-r, Freeman Ryan. Mrs. R. L
Richardson. David Randal, Joba
Slow, William - inudth, Thomas
Sheppard, James Shaw, John
Smith. J. U. - teen.
Staham, Murshall Booka, Peter2
T 's - - & .
Tucker, Ardicus'2 Turner, lry.
Tenenw. Dr. Gilbert 2
Vernon, Mrs. G. A. Vines., as. Mutjyr
Witherspo-en. Mtrshalliatsan. Mail -
Wawn Tillan* Weekfaleit, Mrs. fLou.
Williams, Mue Caro. i6a
line Wightman W. 3.
WillamsJeuse i .
81. FRAZIER, P. 51.
A pril 5 ($2 60) 130 ~3i Ii
State of1 Soth , Ca!Iolin$.
. ED(JEF1FELD DISTRICT.-.
' Y OIVER TO WLES. Esquir.
Wheroas. Eli:. U. - Tompkins, applied
to me for Loiters or A dmiistration us'all,
and singular ihegood. and chattels, ights,
anid credits qf Samuel Tsmkins, lsta of the
Dist riet aforesaid, daceased. -
These see,.therefore, to cite and admo.
ish all and singular the kindred and'eredi
tors of the said deceased. tom be and appear'
before me. at our- aext 'Orinaury's Court
for the said District to-hie hoLdent a: Edge...
lield Court House on the 17th April. ;183
to show eause,.if. any,-why the shid Ad
ministrauion should tnt be Granted. - s.
SGiven under my hand and seal this 4tht
day .of A pril, one -thousand eighttukao.
dredI and foriy three,. and in the sixty e
vonth year of American dpndn.
_April 4, 1813 [82 12J_ .._ 0
T HE U.-S. DISTRf CT'CAURT',
UIT-rsc-r oF.NoCtN (R0LIs..
I-N te matter of Lewar B. Cobb. NMreiras;
Aresidling in A bbeville biistrict;South1 Car.
alina a BlankrupL.
Puarsumt to an Order oftbe'Disuuier. Cour,
of' the United States, forthe District 'irga
Carolina, Notice ia hereb? givee, that egs.s
shown before the asid'Coefet, at i~ae Fede.Sab
Court Hloue irr'Chartesna, oud hr
day of Junweet..t eleveui o'sek' A. N
Iwhy tihe ;ad Lewis B -Cobb, ahould not ye.
ceve Ihis h'rschargo and Certifeaeajs a Bank
rupt . .. .. .
Charleston, 6th day of Miatch. 3843.
11. Y. GRAY, Cb*l.e
Stateof South Caretjiig
EDGEFIEL D DISmT,,
- . es
L.ArM. P. Suber.
WI;L E S D, imJ.fe'iown of
-Hemu'g atthe housiafdefendant
on Thuray,th Gth of April, at2 o'clock
on Gig brprt,-es one Dray.
oeGgdad'Nness, and Houeholdand
. TrrmsCash. ''
3larbh20 - (81 78) &1 8
- -. NORTICE.
LePesnsae iorwarued froni tadhmg
.ortoNotes a had,-giwebby am. a
* Panl W. Conner, one due at Juuauy nss,
, farFlIe HandrsdDellaru.. witdtnmt Ai
I tiedate, daed Janp 19, I843&Thbsiher
r for Fite Hundredal zIdaeStJ
1845,. dated 19tli nr 03 5
Notes were gifen ad, r o(
inapmen fGeG. W
March1 iA . 7