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tUE IEDITonsuir OF Tult. ATD oC'TE.
The Columbia Temperance Advocate,
of the 16th instant, stys: -For the gratifi
cation of those of our readers who desire
'o Lnov who is to be the Editor of the Ad
vocate the present year, we (the Publisher,
and editor pro temt.) take pleasure in in
forming them that the chair has been ac
cepted by Mr. J. G. Bowman, ofKers.lhan',
He will probably enter upon his duties on
the 1st of February, if to eatlier. We
are notarquainted with Mr. llowtman, but
judging from th, higk eicoiiums passed
upon his taleuts and literary attainments,
Iy tjibs orour friends who enjoy his ac
quaintance, he is a gentlerian yell quali
fied to inana;e the ediorial department
.f the paper. We hope our friends gen
crally will be pleased with the appoint
Rights of Wives.-A Mr. Smith has
iatroduced a bill into the Alabama 'Legis
Iature, for the better securinA the property
of wives.-Ira principle proviions tire
thus enumerated by the "Monitet:" 'It
continues to the wire, after marriage, the
separate property which she tmay acquire
1by gift or purchase. the control and profits
to vest in. the husbatd, free, however,
from seizure oh account of his debts, or
from sale by him except with consent of
' e..joingp in the conveyance. Nei
ther is the wiTc" allowed to transfer or
.mortgage her property without similar
consent fror.i the husand.-Debts con
tricted by the wife for necessaries for her
seilf andchildren, to tse paid ottt of hier
property, arter a return of nullo bona on
execution atvainst the itushanid. Contracts
between man and wife prohibited; hti
they nay bequeath to each other by will.
THE PETERSBURG REPUPLICAN
-Circumstanc's have rerdered it neces
sary for me to make a sacrifice 'm order to
pay several debts. cootracted when I did
not have control of ihis raper itn order to
neet these cliims. (which should have
been liquidtt'ed six months noo. nn,] would
have been were I ble to obtnin that for
which I toiled ardnotsly both by night and
day as its printer.) I offer Tie Republican
estaltlishnent for sale.
The paper is tow' in n prosperous con
dition, payitig a vcry handsome profit, and
nothing It thi- obligations I feel under to
those kind frien'ds who generonAv nided
moe when I was receiving iothing from is
subscrihttions, could iduce me to part with
it. To a person who is willing to devote
himself to it. the establishmenet will alurd
a haniome incotne, and will pay its own
way front the start.
ppertaniniig t3 the Job depnrtment is
a large assurtinet of type. well selected
- mostly new, and little of it worn; a stiperh
imperial Smith's press; mie (if tht, best
Standing Presses I eer saw-the Priiititng
Ofinee in Virginia, in good order-the
presses having been overhauled %within a
few days by one of the best inachinist in
As a matter of course; my object being
m Ienc, I will req tire cash or gootl nego.
tiable notes, and to any person disposed to
by. I am prepared to offer a areat hara-nin.
J. M. 11. BURN ET.
Our friends of the press A% ill please ,iv
the above one Insttion. To those th a I
nsk pay I will cheerifully give, if Isell. an'd
if not will "-work it otit" at some futture
time, if thrown in their way. 3, 1. II, B,
Two Warnings.-WithinOa few inoiths.
two brothers occupying the higheest sra
tions inl the Protestant Episcopatl Chn:-ch
in this co'mntry, have been remtojedh from
ohlice, and deiradled .in the eyes of a vir'
tUuus community Of whatever. irregu
larities or otffences they miay have been
accused, it is adhnit ted that the evil rout
from which thte others sjprztg, was indul
gence ini tife utse of si iri'cus lignot~'in
molidern Ian .gungec. m~oderale drinkmg.
*It is known that the opposition ofthese
metn, and the distinguished. predecessor of
one of them. has .been a great o'isaeeta
the temperance reform amntg Episcopa
liens. WVhen sutch men fall, it is pper
that their gase should be noted. [H ad itey
united with, Temnteranxce Sok'ieties, instead
of contintitgi tite practice of monderate
drituking. .iis all human probability . heir
characters wotuld now be nuwiled, and
*they have continued to ~'tajy the honors
of their stations ant il. death.
Newo York Baptist Adcocate.
Texas Sugar.--The Mancot( Telegraph
says; "A rd just fromr Texas, has left
in ou'r oflce a specimten of Texas $.ugar,
for ihae inspection oIf the curious. It w'as
madce on the plantation of John Sweeny.
Esq-.. a settl4er on 'he.Rio lirasos, and has
been pronouinced equal to the best of St.
Croix, Surar usually brougtht to this mar.
ket lMr. S. with a small force has made
150' hhds.' of this quality the past seasohn,
for which he can readily'obtain 6' cents int
"Texas and .Slavey.-There is atn at
tempt making by some to introduce the
-uestion of slavery in conniection wvith
Texas.. . Our -Sec'retary of State says we
wvant .Texas .forth~e purpose of perpetun
ting slavery-a s~etienent that finds no res
nonse in a largg portiptiof the States, and
but few in any o~lih
We copy the aboiyfr~oni thejlartforti
Tispes, who somew3holder ihan others
of hiisconfederaei aligning the Sec
retary of State ~boldfy- charges whati he
, bthers mabtly. insinuate. And we are
'glad ofrthe oppoi-tunity,it gives us to pro.
~noimee the statement of the T'imes an un
tru'h. The Secretary of State lics never
aid what it attributes taliii...nor ayhn
bicbh, by a fair cosr ai n coldbe
*nad-e to resemble ctrut.,cudb
'We observe with much surprise that the
Ildusel of Bishops, wvho recentlj passed
sentence on Bishop Onderdonk, of New
York, have'sold the minutes of their pro
dings and the evidence given to a pub
ishig 'house of tijat cty for the sum of
tght putaJred dollars. They may have
onestly thought it desirable that these
'ags should be made known ; btit the
ing tmoney, even if it be devoted to re
ious purposes, by thus pondering to the
ious e'uriosity of the public, appears to
very reprehensible. There are, how
er, always men to-be found, who "strain
gnats anti swallow cens."-.C/tarles.
In Charleston. on the 9th instant. by the Rev.
Nathamn I ovt. D. D., of Atheiis.(Ga .)the Hon.
FI. v. PICicNs, of Edgefield District, to Miss
MARioN A , second daughter of Mr. W. Dear
Near Buckhead. in Fairfiald District, on the
2hd instant, by -thc ilev. Samuel Hay,.Col.
PRESTON S. Bnoocs, of Edgefield, to Mis MAR
THA C., second daughter uthelate Rev. Rubt.
January 10, 1844'7
Bacon, per lb. Iron, per lb.
Hog rounld, 6 a 64 Sweedes,ass d, 4 a 6
Hams, 7 a 9 Huoop, 7a 9
Shounlders, 51a 6' Sheets 7a 9
Sides, 6 a 7 Nail Rods, 74a 8
Baggin,. pci yd. Russia bar . 5a 6
Best ilemp, 17 a 20 Plough alonids, a 7
Tow, a 18 Lar4, per lb. 8 a 10,
Cotton, 17a 00 Lead, " '. 6 a 8
Baecrope, pet lb. 8 a 10 Lime, per bil.
Uccswax.prlb. 22 a 25 Stoie, . 2 O0 a 2 25
'ortun. per lb Ric, per 100:1s 4 00
Ord. to AIid'g, :3ja 31 Suzars. per lh.
3liddling Fair. 44a 44 St. Croix. 10 a 12
Fine, 4ja 4, 'oato Rico. 7 a 10
Old, %).ja 4j New (Irleans 7 a 10
Cof'ec, per ih. hlav ana, whi:e 10 a 12
Rio, 8 a 10 Do. brown 8 a o
Java, 13 a 15 Loaf and ltmp.13 a 15
Corn, per iii., 00 a 50 Sal*. per bush. 50 a 60
Corn leal. 50a, 621 Sack 1 75a2 00
Flour, per bhl. Tallo1, per lb 8 a 10
Canal, 6 50 a 0 01t Twinc. per lb.
Country, 4 50 a 5- 00 A merican, 25 a 30
Hides, peer lb. 7 a 8 Enolish, 25a 374
HmaUmno, Jan. 13.
Cotton.--:There has been' a fiir business
done ii tie stapile, considering that the plan
ters'are iust setting downi to busiir-ss, after en
joying themselves during the hoelid:avs; a quan
tit . e4 arrived by wagonis and the 'river. Oin
Monday nid Tuesday it was a shade better tha
last weeW quonatio;s. fir what t, asoii we ar.
uzahble to accoinlt. 'To-dav at 12 L1., we. fit,.,
it maiinis onr last quotaions, %iz: Ordinuary
to .1iiddling. 34 to 3j; 11Middl.ing. 44 to 4a: Fine
4: to 41: and a very chocice qnality iight bring
5 rents. Principal sales 4 to 44.--RW.slican
Jannuary 17..1: 11.
Coton -The news by the Iochesier. an,,
lown, we eainot say has advan'eed our last
qgnoiations, but it has'had a teideicy to, make
tlem firner. especially in Ordinary quialitis.
and has created a livlier demand in the mar
ket --lpdlican Extra. '
AUGUSTA, Jan. 16.
Cotton.-Tbc market, since last Thursdai.
has been active. iand ihe prices quaoted in uii
last have been filly matintained. But this ,
tivity ii nlot owing so lunch te the orders 1b,
.shiprint, as tie local specilatior in the staple.
under the impressiob.that the rates have de
clined as liw as they ever will during the si
sof,-especially in the better qimlities The r
ceipts are light. and the quantity ol'erinig no
large, many ofthe plItters prefei ring to ho'd
oni for better piices. All this combin ed, have
a tendeucy te keep up the prices of last week.
which we renew . Fxtremes 3j it 4 ceiits.
The pirincipal :des were madi at40o 41 tee 4.
A prime anti-le in square halbs would pronia
hl i jig 41 to 5 cents. But ihese prices should
be cons;dercel as unst-able. though any fluctua.
tii v,1d nont materially change them, until
operators for'shiinent to the North or Europe.,
enter the market, and establish rates icorres
poli;.: nith the iairkes- that govern , ir
Cor.ustiA. January 16.
('otm.-The market has beein more ani mated
T-,r ihe last fw days. md prices lane udvimeI
a sh ide higherr. We qucote them at 3 to 4!.
extremes-pritic ipal sales at 3:j lo 44. The
iec--ipts are but sm:ll, as usual at this time of
. . CHAR.EsTo. Jan. 18.
Coton QS-The market fbr Uplands which in
onr lest weekly review we reported as Jiaving
closed in a very firim and healthy condition,
Iipen'ied ini the co:eneent of tie- least week
wvith an ative demuancd. an iiwith4 egnal firm
ncess. and so cantcinuedr diin g thle following
M1ondaiy tand Tn~eday; the transactions-in nhat
tie amnouning tee 7080 hales at the following
dauily rates, viz-Satuirday 2432 bales. Meendav
184l7 bales. aiid T'ue'sdav' 2507 hales. On WVed
n'eday morning the Noritherne mail brounght us
Liverpool dates to the 6th nlt., received at
New York by the pcket ship Rochester- The
letters received itt this city repuresented the
Cotthet iuaarket in the former place in a better
conditioniannd quieting an adlvatnce of l. Im-.
mediately after the receipt's ef these acconuts.
the most artive detaanud. inde suehl ns we haive
beet seldeen wvitnessed.. sirnn.-up in our macr
ket, resnhiig at the close -of the eleay in the sale
oef 55.5! bales aet nui adv'ance of fro'mn i a on
foriier prices Upi Thnersda'y the operations
were- rfatn tally more limited-lhe salos only
'reaching 1782-hales lput the tprices of the da'ev
befote were wvell maintained, as well as viester.
day-vhen the demeand aegain was very ac
tive, the sales footing ip 2700 bales.
The Jockey Clumb Racecx,
AjTithe Cherokee Poend. S. C , tvll i-om
mieiie on Ilunday, Fehtunary 3rd, 1846
aiid continne fouir days.
January 22 .. 2t 52
*1Yke New Goods,.
JusT R E''E1ED AT TH E NEW' daK CAqu
STORE, FaoM NEW Yoiri.
~LESS E R D.LyES81NG & Co.. have
jstreceived a Fresh supply of DRY
GOODS, of the latest style and fashion, which
they offer at the lowest Cash prices~ They re
turii their thanks tio the public for the very Jibe
ral share of patronage which has'been'-histowed
on theni, and solicit a continuance of the same.
Jatnuary 22, 2i 52
A LL Notes and Accounts due: is of he
11st day of January, 1844. mihiiasre not
settled by the I t5h of February next, will be
put in the hands of an Attorney for collection,
PRESLEY & BRYAN.
Jlanuary 22 4t ' 52
A Fair I~ce.
PT ake W arenzin g
E3 IRSONS .iotiebted .to the Subscriber are
Krespectfully informed that tiley hav~e only
uhtih the first Mlondayfin February Rext to set
tle with me personally, After that day my
businuess will be placed in the hands of an At.
borney for prompt settlement.
E; C. REMER.
January 22 .6: 2.
IHonse And Lot for Sale.
1 "H E Subscriber ofrers for sale, his
4KHouse and Lot,'situated on the
road leading to Augusta, via Pine House. The
Lot contains .one acre On the premises are a
small but comfortable dwelling, and all neces
January 22 tf -52
- We are authorized to announce GIVORGE
J. SrErrARD usa candidato for the, office
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec. d to48
State of South Carolina,
B Y-JOHN HILL 'Esquire, Ordinary
of Eldgefield District.
Whereas Atticis Tucker, hath applied
to me for Letters af Administration, on
all and singuilar the goods, and chattels,
rights and credits of John Jarod, -late
of the District uforesaid, deceased, these
are, therefore, to cite atqd adniitist jh all
and singular, the kindred .and creditors
of the said decea'ld, to be.nud appear before
tme, at our text Ordinany's. Cim-ri Aior ite
said Disiriet, to lie holden at Edgefield
Court Hoitse, on the 3rd day or Fchruarv
next, to show cause. if any, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
21st day of 'January, in the year of our
Lor .one thousandl eight .hniudred and
fort.five, rmd itn the 69th year of Amenri
JOUN HILL, oa. Ei.
Jan. 21 21 52
St ate ., f Sotfl h . I arnlina.
. .NYEQU' Y.
Lucretia Whittle and Jo.I
vs. . , Bill for Partition.
William Whittle. Willi;
Whittle and others. J
N OTICE is hereby given. that y virtue of
an order fromna (hla tncellor iarei, I saall
oter for sale at Edtagefield Couri llinse on
Saturday the 8th clay of February iext; the
Real Estateo ofJames Whittle-seniur. h-ceea,.
Conlsisting' of the following tracts of laud. viz:
Theti act of land whtrean the said Jamles
Whittle. sen. resided at the time of his death.
containing two hundred and sixlv (260) aeres,
n.ore or less,lying onl Clond's cri-'ek and liound.
ed by lands ul* Lewis Derrk, Samuel P'adgeut,
Alo. tone other tract ennmainiiig two h-ntdred
(200) artres. imore or ls. Iying ot Cloud's
creek. adjoininig tl foregain-: tract and lands
ONJ U. Sm111h, L.- Rteyinids anjd othei s. .(
A Iso. ante oer tract. sittate tin the District
and State atresnid. ota 31linae creck. contaitning
t wo hun tdredl anad tenl ('210) acres. morae aar Iess.
anid nidjoining land(s of WVillinibine Naha
Boore. William Mohley ad others
6aid *laiils to be sold on a credit of one neaa
Iwo years. eXcapi tlhe cost of snit. whieb 1) ilnnst
tie paid ina cash.- Pntrcliase.rs to -*ive bott' a ald
rood sa1tritics.t'and inowg:t es of the premise to
secure the purchase noney.
S S. TOM P.KFINS, c. 1.. :. L).
Coni missioner's Ojie,
Jan. 18. 1145. d I c 52
07 Slit i'iffs nie. ..
itate of Solith Ca11rolinta.
'Y virtue of the Mortgage in the above
. statel case. I wi'l proceed to sell at
Edgefield Conrt House, oat the First Moanday
in February next. the foalwing' named Nagr
slave, to-wit : Mary Ana.
H. BOULVA RE, s. .:. IL
Jutary 17 t 51
B Y an order front Jonl Ifill. Eq , Ordi
daiary -of Edgefield District. e shaall
.raied to sell at the latereidapoc f Josiah
Paadgit. li aSiytitOp 12t1,
riay of Feitaary next. ot a creiit iitil the
twentvy-ifili day tf December next. all th Per.
cadil property of said decensa. consiiting of
Fourti-en Likely Neroes.
A ft-ae Lot ot' Par. Ilo's and Baron. ior
ges and Wiules. flogs. Cows Corn ud (odder.1
Ifa.kSmi i and Plantation 7Tols, IIusld
und Kitchecn furniture.
Also-Thirty-five or forty htale's of ('ituutn
MANCII ESTI'li PA l)G 1.TT.
SION P1AD)G ETT', Admi'taars.
Jan. 2'2 452
ITILL be sold tat Edgeliall Court fiaonse,
SVon thte fir.-t Miondayv ii Febtruatry tnext. a
ntegro riil, Fnannmy. of the E~staute of A. Y Batr
T1ermns miade known oni the aday of saile.
- N. L. GEIFFIN, Execettr.
Jan. 22 ... 2 52
EDGEFIELD BEAT COMPANY
~7OU ae haerebay ordered to as
jsembltie on your ustal Compi anyi
.dntster Grountd. Ent Staturday the Silh
a, Febritary nie-t. tii inmstrtnctiont a nil
drti~l at 12 o''latck. A 9J aumed tand
equitpped ats the ltaw directs.
'yorder of Cupt C. A. .MEIGS:I.
J. COH N. 0. 5.
January29 3 52
-At tenlinn !
Ji ORN' C (IE EK BE-- T COM'Y.
W GU L are hearebiy orderedl to pta.
- riae ont tile $eauad Stirdayv.
ta- 8a6af Febnarty ntext, at -your
tasual mtuster groutnd.:at 11 ai'cock.
law directs. ' -
Byerder of Capt. V. D CooBURN :
. .--a. J. J. M S .
Janutmy 15 . 3t 51
.Iouvse andl Lot for' Slt.
. 1 lm Subscriber int'ending t-o reamove
U.affers for stale her Ilouse and Lot
Tihe Hoads contains tbree rooms atnd two fire
places. witl aWeucessary out.hauildintg, in gotod
repair, suitable for astmall family.- it is situa
ted itt the rear of the.lBaptiht Church and near
the Mahnle Acaudemy, atnd antrrounidead by good
Spii:gs of' water. The Lot conttatins about one
acre, utnder a goaad fenace. To an approved
pumrchiaser the terms will be mande acconnnto
datinte Persons wishting to pttrchause will do
well to call and .examiine.
Possession givenl itmmtediately.
-. A. COR LEY.
-January 15 .3t 51
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE of the most desirable sitmuatiamns
it, the Village of VEdgefleld, is now
offered fair sale 'rTe Hou..,e is large anid com
modious, with every necessary out-btuibling,
all at go&d order. The Lot conanmh thirty
acres of g'ood ttennbte tand, unrder good fences
To an apptroved p urchater the termas will be ac
commtiodatiamg. Personsi wishitng to purchase.
will please call ont Capt. John Lipscaotmb, who
will take pleasure in showing the pretmises.
- R. G. MAYS.
-Jan. I ._ tf 49
Fr iHE Partne'raatip of Terry & Ahaney has
*been dissolved by mutual consent
Mr. Ahney cani be found at his old office, at
January 8 . 3t 50
(T'The f'rietids of' Maj.c
annotunce him as a e te
Colleetor,.at the ensu~ eeo
Nov 6, tf . 41
ElJGEFIELD C. H., S. C. 5.
1 Er n dsigned respectfully annotinces
To hi~s friend and the public generally.
that lie Ias fitted ui the honse formerly occu
pied by 1im)ns .ij Grocery Store. which is now
ready for lhe tcepion of Travellers and Boar.
ders. llavi g..made at large addition to his
building, atII urinshed it throughout with the
necess.iry Parnliture, and having erected new
aid clini 105olls Stables, he hopes by a strict
personal att stion to the wants of is custOmers
to merit a ilberal share of- public patronage.
hIis churges (vill be nade to suit the present
1 ;0. RYA N
January W f 50
A TILEDUCED PRICES.
Enc :cF4EiDg S. U'. -
[ IF Suscissriber having removes! hi.s TIN
- MAl 'ACTIJR1Y to the West side or
he Store. bigsosite Messrs.. Bland & Butler's,
s siow Gf"irin lis stock f niansufactured Tin
Ware, comriinsssg a general and complete as
wortIneit of ll articles usually kept inl such an
stsablishent-, at prices to. suit the irresent hard
imnes. Thsoe wishiig m ricles in his line are
uvited to give him a call before purchasing
:Isewhe're. -efc is detcrmined to secl as cheap
is the cheaed.
RoorINo nd GUTTEnslNG done with neatness
All orde'rs from the country thanskfually re
:eivedand prompily attenled to.
Janoary 15 if 51
The hisamburg Republican will please copy
Adininist ra for':. 84Ic.
BY -in order finin John Hill. Inq..! lrdi.
ssir% of Edgeafield District, I shall pro
:eel to sell at the late residence of Geosrge. Do
lo lter. decensed, on the 30th istant. all the
M'sonsal Estate of said deceased, cnnsisting of
en ir twelve likely Negroes. Co'r, Fodder.
iorses Casile. Ilgs, aibit 200 hushels Rongh
tice, and varisstiusther articles.
) Saturtay thi fist day of Fehrnsary next.
it Debumsghttcis llorn's Cseck Mill, one Ox
31rt and fiftees head of I logi. And Isis Fri.
lay the 7dh February.at his Turkey Creek
Oill. 11h)oit 200 bushes1ls Corn, and a uiumber.
Tei-msts-Allsnms under $5 -cash, all over a
jedi. of t we!yve months. The pnrchasers will
wV reqie! do giv--.rmtevml two oapproved per
11nal sessniriss ThIe title r-f the prewrty not
hasnied nunil the t.erms of-sale tare complied
vit. ad if ruso!, at theris!; rf the former
G. M. r(OAE!!. Adm'or.
Jani-rv 8 tils. 50
Shall proceed h 'sll at Edaefield (ourt
lon0,1n..011 tie first llondiay in Febinary
ext. all the Rteal Fstate Of.*M Aes Gs ice, de.
eased, 0, a credi' of siX montls. cottaining
ireording to rees,t surveg. nse hundred and
ighat acres. more or. less', adjtsinfing of lands of
l.srim: Gallmnan. she Widow Gomillion and
Pusrchasers will be requnired to give note and
piproved peronail seenrity:
-\i those- indleed hi saiI Estate are requewt
A e- .. ,w.*m.e- pity ses, na J.mgar in
kd;;ensce carnot be given
JOhIN HILL, 0. E. D.
.Jamtary 15 3t 51
Pls-fively fie Last Notice.
LL Peros indebted to the Stuhscrihrs.
, ither I, now or opens acctotnt. contrac
el srevos to the first day of J nsnry. 1844.
re hsereby nsoti Sied that sail such dsmandsss mu sst
e im~id, os ithserwisse sati..sactily asrratnged
sw-hsreretssr day for Mlarchs Csourt next, or they
vill tmost certaissly le phrecd ina the hansds ofan
't nrs for coillectioan.
We won!d mossst willingly be relieved from
his unpsl!asant tassk. but umonecy scat must hace to
nct our ou-ni demanads.
ULAND & BUTLER.
Jantuary 1 tf 49
4LL Accot s.a dIus .\rs.. M. E. Dowd, Agent,
.tmsy be ssfeal witS fit ntntil she 1st of Feb
rary next. sller which time thsose remsainin.
issettle'd will bie pinsced i the hsandas of thec
iropser ollicer for colsecnsons.
ISLAND & BUTLER.
JTsaary 15 3t 51
A LL, Perssns indiebted to the Ssbscrib'-r,
eihmer by Note sir open nccosunt, are res
pectftlly andi en~estly regnaested tis pay tip, as
tne is cosmpelled to have -money to satisf those
to whomts hae is indebted. He-dses nsot wvish-to
rn aniy ones so extra cost. but if those who are
indsebted to hism fail to msaske immaediate settle
mensts. hse will lie ssssder the disagreeable sne
cessitv yof empslosyinsg a lawful collector..
Janunry 1 t tr 49
Pay UP PayUp?!
ALL~ Personss indebhted to the Subscribea,
. ithser bsy Note or Acunts. due the 1st
Isiunasry. l14.are requi~sted -to pay thetm imme
diately isr they w'ill be place'd in the hanids ofaa
oticer for collections.
Dec..18 ty 4y7
. Motice. -
ALL persons indebted to the Estate otfEliz
li hbeths Garretz, ded'd'., anud alas) Jochn C.
G-trrett, dec'd., sare regnested to come forward
ansd maike-paymenst. And all those having de
andis agamint either of said Estates, are re
qsuestead to hansd thsem in legally attested.
THOMAS GARRLTT, Ex'r.
January 8 , 35m 50
THE Copartnsershtip her-etofure existing
under thes flrsm of Meigs &a Colean is this
day dissolved by. mutual consent. All persons
indaebted to thse firms are hereby notified that an
immiediate settlemsent is required: .
,. CH.AS. A. MEIGS,
-. JOHN COLGAN.
.7ninary 8, -3t .50 ..
T HE utndersigned having purdhased the en
tire interes', of Mr C. A. Meig's, in the
business of Merc'hant Tajioring, will
still ciontinsue the business at the old sttund, and
ho pes by strict attesntion to business to receive
a share public patronage.
6LPersons indebted to the Estate of Ana
.at Terry deceased, are reqgnested to snake
hiediate paymuent,and those htaving demands,
to presnt them properly attested.
-3. TERRY, Executbr.
Dcc. 25 * t 48
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
friend4. and the 'eitizens of this an4 ad
joiing Distrita, that they save. formed ano.
partnership. for the purpose of enrrying on tlh
At- the Sign of the
GOLDEN COFFEE POT
in all its various branches.. They have now on
lin.i, and--will contnue to keep a full assort
ment of TIN-WARE, of every description,
at Wholesale and Retail prices, which' willbe
sold on.as ficeoinn~diting terms as any similar
estaliishmeui in-' Sduth Carolina or Geo*gia.
Al orders for Roffing and Guttering will be
thankfully received. and executed with desatch
in a.%iorkmantike manner, at prikeS:to suit the
hard imes. They will continue to deliver Tin.
War.e iR,the country. as usual,.
J..A. Y GRAHAM.
N, B. All persons indobted to J. A. Y. Gra
ham for the pregent yei-, are respectfully re
quested to settle the same.
Jan.21 1845. . 2t 51 .
AT THE CHEAP, -A STORE.
SE LUNlG OFF XT-Gols
T HE S&li'ibers intending I stoeisolv
partnership, wd:il sell their entire stock
of fresh and carefully selected'Goods, cnsist
DaY Goons, FANCY Goons, GRCCERIEs,
CRoCKERT. CLOTHING, SUeEs, HATS.
nt prime cost for cash. until the first day of
February next. All who are fond of buying
cheap. will repay themselves by giving us an
early call, as we. are determined to sell out.
Call and be convuced.
J.. COHN & CO.,.
Opposite l'lanter's Hotel.
Jar.uary 3t - 50
ROM the Boot of the Stage. on the 10th
iistant, on the Abbeville road'between
Major 'Cflies's ind Edgefield C. H., a small
white and black spotteT Bernshire Sorw-Pig,
unuina ked.weighing between 60 and 75 pounds.
Any information respecting said Pig will be
. Address C. H. Goodman, Edgefield C. If.,
or R. DOUGLASS,.
Jnuarayl5 -.3t 51
Raise your own Horses .
W, ILL he sold on Sale Day next, a fine
W blooded VIRGINIA STALLION, on
a crePditiil:the Arst day of January next, or
letout on shares. Pedigree can be seen at this
The Horse can be seen at Edgefield C: H.
January 15 3t - 51
T[IE Subscriber respectfully informs the
citizenq of Edgefield" that he will coin
,inence furnithing. this: ina'rket with :Staufed
Beefs, once a week. viz: every Mlidays until
the first of June, then Monday's, Thursday's
and Saturday's. Lambs on Tuesday evenings;
on-as reasonable ternis as lie possibly can.
Thankful for pabt pationage, he solicits a con
tiniance of the sane.
.amnuftry.8, r . - 50
D JBETTS, would give
J. notice that lie has ibun
doned he credit system of doing business,
and will hereafter sell for Cush only, with
out any reserve. All those indebted to
him will. be called upon unless they pay
.an 8. 184.5. x tf 50
Ten DolIars Reward.
R ANAWAY from the snbscriber, on the
first day of Augnst, 1844. my Negro
mnan ST E PH;EN. e bout 28 years of age, very
hl.iek. weighing about 175 ponnds, height about
5 feet 11 inches. He lias some scars on his
right arm, near wrnst, cauised by a sore-also
one on his neck. Any person taking lip
snid boy, anid hodging him aniy Jail, will receive
thme above reward.
GEORGE BOS WELL.
January 8. if, ..i 50
Land For Safe.
I will offer for sale at Edgefield Court House,
nn the First &tondssy in February next,
to the highest .hidder, a tract of Land in Mfartin
town. known as the Fox and Bacon place, be
longiog to the Estate 'of the late H. 8.Collier,
deceased, containing four hundred and eighty.
six acres, on:a credit of twelve -months.
The above Land I will sell to any..person
wisin to purchase between this and sale day,
byapp ying to the subneribei- at his residence,
or to Maj. S. C. Scott, at Martintown':
January 8 13t .
Pulic Notice is hereby
given to -all Defendants in Executos,
which are marked."weait otders,"'..tocorne
foriard antd pay up the cost..otherwisd I
am instructed toalevy an. make the same.
This notice is intende'd-d prevent the
accamulatio of furibher cost.
*H. BOULWARE, e. E--D.
*Dec.31 t( . 49
Notice to Teachers..
ATEACIItR who'is fully competent to
Ateach the'Eigl,ish Language, in aill its
b~ranchres, iis- wanted to take chi&geof Horn's
Creek Academy. For particulars, enquire of
either of the subscribers. --
W. B. M~AYS.
. . R. MicCULLOUGH.
January 8 - tf. 50
LL persons indebted to C. 3,.Glover,
il hy contract with Greenville Hord, are
earnestly requested to. come forward and
settle the same, ,as the business is discon
tinued,.- I tiiink a settlement due fromt all
cdacerned. . --
C'. 3. GLOVER.
P. S. The books an t 'accounts will be
found with Mr. G.- Hoztn, at the old at anta,
who is authorized to softle as heretofore.
Nov.13 - tf . 42~
State Of' South C'arolin~a.
7UOLLED before me bf 'Lucian ButIer,
-Uliving near Allen Doxier's, on little Sa
luda River. in the District aforesaid, a bay geld
ing a te, fieen'hands high, about nine years
old, both hind feet white, shod before, blind in
he left ey'e; no other visible marks. Appraised
at thirty dollars.-.
jR. B. BOUKil[GH T, Magistrate.
nec. .im4t 4
1 iHE'Subsc in
. Newo York hi LL SUPPL
ingn part of
Xup S o ed
Checked i air- we as CId s
a4lain we~sCobb &'
Checked IkVelvet Vestiegsi ,4U 7Ui
Striped Woohl 6
sup, .up. - 'tn
- " Buck:Gloveggs
Hoskin'" ; -'M
.Spsas ert e Stoeks;,Collarsi IHatg
.'4. l of .hi heoffers fMr. sate it reswn.
orfsesJkild bigs these wishing to'bOy.Qathing
to iehinra caWl :
e :s -repared ti make Clothing up in As
latest styleand in the-best manner;, and latted'
him i.ahaiibysbi long expexienae in.busit'esh
Pe will be able tis ilease thdfo wo. m -y fif
Oct.2 tf. 36
R. J. G. WILLMAu&f injpctlhdly infiior
D his friends a'nd $iahuliea't lar tha.
lie has rembved hii 9 flle to -Mt' B. J., an's.
new Tsave n', (neit door- to M r. ohUn L06nt!
Tailor'Shaps.) %-here ie enn te found atiall
tines, untless professionally engaged.. -1'
He takes this opI'rtunity to vetr it xin.
cere thanks toalf those 'who liaves favored lhim:
with their patroiage, and he- hopes by a strict
attention to busineis,.to epitl him to mheet
their suppporiiand co'untehance.
Dec.'4, . tf '45
EDGQ'IELD DISaU T.
V - of Capt,.Dyson' Mill, on
Wilon's Cieek, tolled before meon the-rd
inst., 2estray mnare.Muh.s; both black; 3.years
old neit Sring ; one .Witha; small wiite spot
on the left side or fpge, about 12 hands:higir,
and appraised at 50 dollars each.
THOMAS NICHOLS, Magistrats.
January 15. . . .4tm . 5
State of South Carolina,
W ESTLY aARRis.fivin on Clouedar
near*Miltei'A Bridre, tolls before'me one
Black HORSE,.jvith' hth hind feet ethite, it.
black spot under theltight foot lock. vith
white spot, oh eacehialder, about 1f6 hJang
high, and between ten and twelve years old.
Appraised at25. .
WILEY REYNOLDS, Magistrte...
January 15 . .4tm --51
State o South Carolins'
T OLLED before'me'by Jacob Grieen, tij
ing near Mc untainCreek Chuych, One
iron giay IHorse, common-imie. abkiut eight
ye.trs olo; a'kaiot bn the 'ahkle'of his hght bind
leg, ankle of right fore leg bwollen. with some'
appearance.of sweeny in same,tolerably newlt
shod all around, with about a foot of the endof
his tail white. Appraised by John MeManiui
Win. C. Clegg and James%,McManus, to le
worti.five dollar'LF ' ' ,
Nov."6 4tm :. M
LL persons having"<emands agant'the
A Fstate or Mrs. Rhchael Moss, 'desed
are requested -to present their accounts dul'
attested, and those indebted to the Estate wi
please come forward and.pay u'p.
IW. 11. M1U'S, Executor
Oct. 30 '. tf 40
A LL Personis inmidited to .Ihe Estate.
..tl. of Susan. Martin and James Bluck,
halter, deceased, are reqdested- to make imme~
dlate payment, and aIl-persons having any d.
maods ugaimst tliem to present properly attbe
ted by the 15th of January, as the -Estates will
then be brought .to--cinse.
TANiDY BUCKHA LTER, Adm'r.
January 1 . 2t 49 s,
State of South Carolina.
* IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. W, Stokes. . Declaration in
.-t s. -' -.
P. H.' Roonie. ~ ugehment. .
THE.'PiintilTs i'n 'tie above stated casesyi
.U.havimg thin da filed thei. Declarations in i
may on-.e, and th'e Defeddant having no wife or
Attbrriey knowin to reside.within'thie limits of
the Stalt-n'whom a copy of the same with a
rule to plead dan be served,."It is therefore,'
Ordered" -that the Defeninaappear and plead
to the. Lane within a year and-a tlia rom'rib'
day he of, or flual and absolute jetd nient wl
be awarded aanst him. : *
. 'TROfHS. BACON, c. c. c
Clerk's Office, 22Jd NoV. 1844.
Nov..|P 44 -3y
State pf Souh Carolina.
-- IN THE COMMON PLE AS. irn
Benj. F. Landruthi, bearer, . Deelaiest
-- Richa'd Allen. SAusachmegt.
TpH E Plaintiffs in the above etated casq'
J.having this da Bled his Declaration in myr
Office and ,the Defendant having no wire- or1
attorney katowvn to reside within the limits o~
the Stae en wvhom a copy of the samewith -
rulie to plead can he served. It is therefoe Oa
dered, thlat he appears and pilead to the same,
*ithin.one year and a Bay from'the dlitelherofgt
or final and absolute judgment will be ayarded
.T HOMA S G. B'ACON, c. c, p-.
Clerk's'Jffice 21st Nov. 1844-,
Nov.27 - * 44 ..y ..
State of South Carolina.
.-IN T HlE COMMON 11E AS-.h
Alsey Mobley, Lewis Mobley, ' Declais
Simeo. Jay. .)Atdc ,ht
T HIE Plaintiffs who b~ resye pfi uhe
.Coori, were sllo'wed opaid adheir demand
against the Defendant. have this day fil dythir
Declaration against the said Simeoq~ Jag, spi -
he .'liavin; nio wife or Attorney 'kudad. to re
side in this State opon whoin a role tt- laead,
with a copy of said Deelar'aibn 'd6 d be
served.' Ordered." that the "sl&al ISinion do
plead to this Declaration *ifhiti--'rear aiI
a day, ornal judgmentwill be sWarded against
him.. TH K SG .
- TOKA G.BA0'ON,c,.p,
Clerk'a Office, 22d lNov. 1844. -
Nov.27 44 . ., ly
* (1The frienids or SAatsda~h B. !
announce l-as a- cdidetIfor the O
or Tax Collectoriat t next election1