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From dhe Agriculturiet.
TuE SiN or LAZINEsS.
It is very astonishing that we punish
hien for drunkenness, swearing, lying and
the ordinary branches of thievmig, and let
every one go free, though guilty of the
crime of laziness. the cause of nost of the
rascality and misery of the world. To see
a beggar with a certificate of shipwreck,
and many names attached to it is prima
facie evidence, niue times out ol ten, of
Swingling intent and unpardonable lazi
ness; to see children begging in our sireeis,
is proof enongh that. either their parents
are indolent and roguish, or they will be
so theiselves. There are hundreds of
families in tie coutry who iave scarcely
the means of subsistance from one day :u
anotherand niuety-nine cases out of a hun
dred. lyziness is the cause. If ii could be
ascertained, no doubt more thian nine teihs
of the convicts in' our State prisons were
led to drinking, to giting, and thieving,
from an unwillingness to earn a livinig by
the sweats of the fitce. Gambling is the
scar e of robbery on a large and-populur
scate. anid yet no mtan would' desire the
property of another without quid pro quo
who was not too lazy to not k for his liv
ing. There are la.ge herds of what are
called .poor people throughout the towns
and countries, n ho seemn to have no occu
pation. and yet they do and mutist live; but
how do they get food and raiment, is the
question? They support upon the hottest
earnings of others. 11 is probable one fifth
of the meti we soee every day ott the streets
are known to have no honest calling Iftr
support. Robbery [must be carried on or
they could no -ive Many are too iido
lent to work, and to beg they are ashamed
and of course they must steal. We
could mutiply these enormities adinfini
iumbut perha ps the remedy for them would
be of more motiment at present. ii tat is
it ? Let us reform in t oursy'tem of educa
tiou-that is make labor for man anid wo
man honoratle, and establish a divine rule.
*if any one will tot work neither shall lie
eat.' and every oc i ill direcily be found
in an honest employment. How.shall we
enforce the law? lie that will not pursue
soine reputable calling lei hhn be impris
oned itt our penitentiary n hich is the tmtost
suitable plate i6n all straglers, loungers,
gamblers. drunk.urds. idtler, &c. &t. &c.
Or if this punishment is too hard have a
farm in the country to place all persons
without employtent, till they are taught
to earn a subsistence honestly. We have.
only suggested a few things this tonth,
but we trust others will feel the importance
of the stbject and aid us in awaking h.-a
est industrious men to their ditty.
The Northern Mail.-We have learm I
fr'oi Messrs. Boyce and Porter, the Comi
mittee appointed by tite Citizens of Cilar
leston to proceed to Washington and pio.
cure the continuantce of the mail tratspor
tation 1)y the Wilmington boatsas hereto
fore, that they have received the assuran
ces of the Presideit of the Wilmington and
tMeigh Rail Road Cominpaiv, that ite
Mail will c6ntinue to h!. c irriedi on that
line, until Congre s which will be memo
ralized on the suject shall deter.mine
whether the rate of coiMpensatiot shall 1tot
he increased in the raiiiot of compensation C
paid other contractors, sioalitriy situated.
the Post Alaster General inot having iin his
oinion. authority to add to thu compensa
tion.--Charleston Patrioj. -
rire.-The Chairleston Pat ri')t of the.
29th nIt., says: Bet weetn eight an ntintte 0'
clock Iast night ai fire was disctovered in
tt~ie interior of at large three story lBrtk
Ware llouse ott ag wood's Sou iih Whtarf,
the property of Charles Mag'~tlld, 61l..
coutsining about (3Gb olues of Cotton. Tue
flamtes were coutitted by the ureamtesertin
of the fire Depatrtment, to the buiildin2 iti
whtich they originiated--By the failline iof
a portion of thne wails oni the S'imb asiide.
some injutry was done io Mr Kirk pimtek's
Counting house adjoining, aid we regret
to addu, tha~t ido' oif iith- mnters *,f t hu
. Lu ina Fire Enogine Comtpanty were shmghlt
ly inju red. whIilo a ni.gro drayttant. he
property of Mi<. Boydien. wa, from ihu
same cause, instantly killed. The: firc w~t.
noii do)ubt thie wotrk ouf ain intcendiary.
T'he builditng itself wa;s instiretd iin the
Georgia I usuratnce Coiuttpanty, aind theii
Cotton in certain Newl York olliees, with
ite exception of 9. bales, nhieh , %re in
s'jred ini the Insuranice anud Trutt Comitpa
- ny of thisecity.
The Wether.-Since the heavy i-tiin
which fell upon Aloniday ntight last, we
have had all kindus of severe neather-theI
wind h!owitng at horricatte frotm the Nourih
West. Ott Tuesday iihi. i':- madtue to t
the thickness ofrone-furtht of ant inch. M ec
have noi dbubt, but thiat 'sday n as a
day that will long be retnembi~ered byi the
.Insurnce Olliees. and tihose who have
friends, just arriving upon our coiast.
Hamburg Republican. Feb. (3.
Planting Cotton.-Be fore the time ar
rives for planittig the uext crop of Cot ton,
would it not be wvell for the P'laters to htoltd
District meetings at their respective Court
lises, in order to act in concert abtiut
the quantity to be raised! There is no
doubt that the present low price of our sia
.. pie is owing entitely to over produciont.i
Vast quatiities of new and fertile land has
been devoted to its cultivationt within the
few last years. until the crop hats inicreased
to such a size that the world catnntit con
stume it. All the Europeani maurkets are
giutted with it, atnd conseqgnently, those
who hold it are compelled iii sacrifice it for
any price it iil bring. Thme only remtedy
for such a state oh thing-.lies with the pro
ducers themselves. They mit divert a
part of their hlbor to thme raising of the tie
-cessaries offife. atid make less Cottoni. L.-i
them raise only one htalf ite crop they dlid
last yeamr, and turn their aitention to tmatn
nrimug their hinds, raisint erniui, rearinig
stock of all kinds-so as t' have endough
for their own use andl some to sel.-and
they will sooni see the price of Cotti re
vive. Now to do this elllicitly requires
concert of action; aind this can lie best ac
complishted by meeting toget h'r and enter -
ing into some pledlge uponi the stubject. We
hope some of the leadintg tment in each
r"District will lend their influence to tic
complish so desirable a result. Our neigh
boring States, North Corohina, Georgia
and Aiabama,.aru. mtoving in this mat'er.
tiud South Carolina must not big behind.
We leari froj. Caipt. Peterson, of the
brig 4ajadc, 'ha' Santa Arna had attack
ed Pueba. with 4000 men-among them
were 1500 calvary and was beaten bark
by 'he revolutionists. Satta Anna was
attempting to make his escape either hy
the way of Vera Ctuz or Tuspan The
day previous to the sailling of the Najade.
about 350 volunteers arrived at Very Cruz
in the steamer Neptune. frorm Alvarado,
for the defence of Vera Cruz; they weie
also expecting 1500 men fromt C'npea
chy, by the Mexican steanier Monte::emu.
The revolutionists were in hot pursuit of
Santa Anna, and wocld certainly put hiin
to death shuidI he fiall ico their hi:nds.
They had established a national guard
throughout all Mexico after the manner or
tly- French N.itiocal Guards. All'fgreign
eilizen, in Mexico n.ere enjoined by the
revolutionists to defend themselves The
revolution hiss become general throughout
the whole Repuhlie, but Santa Anna is
-till surrounded by powerful friendis.
Charleston Mercury. Fed. 3.
Hamnburg Plces Curreni.
February 6, 1841.
Bacon. per lb. Irn. per it.
Hog round, 64 a 7 Sweedies.ass'd. 4 a 6
Hiamtus, 7 a 8 Hoop. 74: 9
Shoniders, Gja G4 Sheet, 7.a 9
Sides, 6 a 7 Nail ltods, -J4a 8
Baggi.ng.pet yd. Russia bar 5 a 6
Best eimp, 17 a 20 Plongh 31onlds, 6 a 7
Tow, 15 a 1d Lard, per lb .8 a 10
Cotton. 17.ca 00 Lead, " .- 6 a 8
bUlcropc, per lb. S a 10 Litmc. Ircr bbl.
Beeswax. prlb. 22 2.5 Stite, 2 (tt a 2 25
Cotlon. per lb' , Riec, pcr 1001ls 4 00
Oid. toMid'g. 4a 44 Sugars.per lb..
31iidug Fair. 41-c 4j St. Crox.. JO a 12
Fine, 44a 4} Poto Rico. 7 a 10
Old, 3.ja 4j New 4irleais .7 a 10
Coffce, per Ib1. Hlavania,whi:e 10 a 12
Rio, 8 a 10 Do. brown 8 a 10
Java, Ic i :I Loafand limp.13 a 15
Corn, peprbt , 6 a 50 .'al. per bush. 50 n 60
Corn Meal, 50a 241 Sack,. I 75a2 00 1
Fleur. per bbl. Talow. cer tb 6 a 10
Camal, 6 56 a 0 00 Twine, per lb.
Conmury. . 4 50a 5 Ot American, 25 a 30
Hides, per lb. 7 a 6 English, 25a 37.3
ILAut RtUG, Feb. 5.
Cotton.-Since our last report. a large
quaintity of the staple has arrived, princi.
pally Icy wagonts, atid our last week's.quo .
melion have i-emaiited firm. To day cur
mrarket lppear, quiet, buyers not sheowinew
mny grent desire it- take huld. The re
.eiws of the week int *e utinderstnd,
>ven lagcr than any fr'er one. cluring
cisc seaseji. Up to 12. 1.. we quote iordi j
inry to middli'tg 4 a 44: middliig to fair
1i a 4j; Fine 54 a 5i. and an extra fine
Ir iele may commal 53. Pinicipal sales t
Ia 5.. t
Bacon.-A change of prices has takenti
>lace in this article.
Groceries.-Tiere is a large quantity in
narket, and we find thai the articles o(f
salt, Tea, and Meclasses, can he procured f
he present season.-Hlamburg Rpjubli
CoLtUAt12., Jl. 30.
Cotton.-There his beent qciiie spirited de
aad dorimg the we'ek. with ac reilacrcadvancce,.
ouniziitig alitogether to about e4 ac centt; ac id pli- .t
ese macy now hce qiuoted ait 313 teo 52 cents, ox.
remecs. though ac few bales have beein sold at
cimethintg hiigher thani the latter ginotatiion.
lees uofthie saelus wer aut 45 tic ni cents. TIe
icecipts are qutite moderate for the season.
Cai.tr.Tos. Febt. 1.
Colton.-The excjcieent which pcervaded~i thce]
otton cuarket the pcreviouis fcortucight hias subs- J
ccd. cs thce macrket siecce nitr lacst has beenc roim-p
uratively queiet. Iloieders cit the cleese ofi thir a5
cvions~ wee'k. hain'tg had thir stocks redic. ac
edc by recenit theavy sailes. were demnidein ii
toch hcigh tic ms. that puircasers hadl either to
iibccit cr withdlraw, and as inity c'hoset thle s5
aitier alrntive, 4terv little was 'decie The i
n.crket wascc al-sc queiethroueghcoit Sacttrdacy ancd
elonday, paccrtly ccn coic toc thic po~sieti anen ci
yv selle'rv. acid lcartly itocic he conarrivait iif the
itc:c hecr C(rambri:t's aedvies, acid duirini thcese
wo (i~ da v cy botit 2.000 balees were takenc.
it the inotcat'iels giveni in ouir repiort oef theI 25thc
lt. , buut cci 'ITcesdcay ihIesie acccncnits were aeei
ed, dhow iing can ucnprccvemetne ie Uplandti. nc hen
ellers icc n-iaitely adlvanc.'d their rate's, ancid
efire thce close cf butsinecss. ncear 2.600 bales.
vere suolciat ac higher,.very little cit wheichi.bow t
ver, was bonaghtr for foreigcn shipmeet, ats the
ettec s by tis at r~ialecad noet comie tee handtt.- cr
)ce WVedesdar~ly on-r Eese~irpzcn buyers rccciv'edt
heir pirivaite adice-s whitclhlitiis belccw ccircent
rices. andii the sales of. to day reacede~ 22100
les, ailmoscct exchtisiv'ely for thce It..e nicrket,.
Sthe ccclvanice tited abicyc; buti fer the latst twoe
lays. chie iccrk..t has beenlt gnciet in cone.
,cc.e df the iinability cof dealers5 to comie te
ermis. anid wh ie thecr hoclcders can ainceiniici the
*scendency,ac fwcc days wvili prcobable determaine;
cn the mnen teiile we cGould reler tee onr gnotca-.
ions for ci leir inidei of ihne niacrket atr tihe cloese
f buisinescs yesterday. Thu agicregacte trancs
ctionts ccf the wc.eek ('cooltiap 9124 bares, ande ihe
ecelicts mi the -znce tine .8564 bales. Thie sle'
v'ere made at fremi 3 to 64 c.
__ NEW OnIueus, Janc. 2S.
Cotton .he:-'ie' hats bcet e n aterial
'hancge in the tucrke't since ocir last, nc ith
he excepetionc oft dotion, w~hieh hats ecntemc
ueed in very active demand ia!tc icmproveud
'irices. There is evidetly a cmuchc better
eling foir the article, anid the maicrkec is in
healthier condition ticanc we have obseer
redl since lie commenceretnt of the season.
N O. Picayune.
To Tlr ETEMccPERHAsc SOCIETZEs Is DEFN .
Maicy of thce lesadmcg ccemcebers of' the Temc
perance Seecietes, theroughcout the District, miect
ct the Court H-ouse, one Saileday icast, to take
mio conidieercaticcn the procpriecty of forming a
District Temeperance Association, nnd it was
agreed that the uncderscigned shounuld place iin
the columnsiu oef lice Advertisei-. ii comincatic
tiecn, respectfidly requestIng the different So0
cieties in the Distrci toc send cup Delegates to
cmeet act e Court Houise, iccthe Btapeist Church,
on the 2nd Tuesday evening ini Mlarch niext,
for thce cinrpose oI'organiizintg a District Tem-.
perancee Souciety., Ech Siciety wviii be e'nti
tIed tic cwc delergiates. Act Addrers may he ex
pected. ccn that occasion, fromc the Rev. Mr.
BREWeR [1. BURT.
(Gr"W are caiutheorized to anntounice MI.
(lantAr Eeq,. as cc cancdidaie fors Ordli
nary of E dge'field District, at the next
Tax Co1ector'rffvoit e.
will atteiat i the hiallowinag places. as is
herealic specified. to collect Taxes far the
year 184-1. viz:
us, Mantmy the 24th Feb., at Allen's.
Tuesday 25th - I. Willing,
Wednesday 26th N. Norris-,
Thursday 27th " Rinehart s'
Friday 28th " Perry's,
Saturday 1st March. Coleman's,
Mond-iy 3rd " Riehardson's,
Tuesday 4th " Towles',
Wedne.-day 5th " Sheppard's,
Thursday 6th " Rogers'.
Fridtay 7th " Liberty Hill.
Satulrday -8th " Dtiton's.
N' ondyt 10th " Edgeafield CH
Wedw.stday 12th fled ill,
Ti ursday 13th Freelind's.
" Friday * 4'h Park's,
Stturday 15th Vance's.
Monday 17th d Cooper's S. 1-.
''Tuesday 18th Pine House.
Wednesday' iUth Ridge,
Thtrsay 20t1h Krep.'s.
Friday 21,st ' Hateher!r Pond
8 1az1trda% 22d1 Bencht1-latd,
Monday 24"th Hamburg,
Pttesday Valti 6 Cherokee P.
Wednesday 26th " Scyley's
J. QUATrTLEIJU3. T. C. E. D.
Feb. 7 O
N egroPs tUi Sale.
1. l ttsribvr haq a It Or V0tlu.tbl
N1 NEGROES f "rsale, three of ,hich will
is- ,;nld * 1. (toi' credit Krr ti two ye's. with
teresi. Prchiaer givi. bnidad 4hitha ppro
red sectirilies Peruotis callitic tl set- the Ne
:"oi's, iiT the udba2tce of the sP.srribor, will
lpense leave their utaines and residencue. tend hit'
-vill call ina the2
J A B ARNOLD
Lowesville. Feb. 7 3t 2
The Edgefurld Aivertisaer will poese to in
iort the above thre itoe. o and foretta wcount
A. B. ARNOLD,
Lowndsville. Abb. Dist. S. C.
Ji W% E LIY.
tiLD antid SILVER WATCH ES, Man
tie Clocks, '
Gold ilracelets. Rings. ifireast Pins. Chains.
kc., of the latest fashion and finest gtality.
Fine C astirs Candlesticks, &c.
Old Silver Plate repaired atid made as new.
Silver Spoons mnade to order.
Watclhes and Clocks repaired and warran
Jewelry taUd ana iepaired. At
G C G)RDON'A
five doors below the Utnited States' iHotel.
Feb7 3m 2
NS te of Solith i dloolillik
Heiiry 11. H ill nmi -
Jolii lHill iA <d vs. Cross BilZ.
T i t pptearintg t gi nmy satlisfactiont that Jonmathtan
1. Hill and Matildu Daitiel. defeidants in
is case, are and recide with.iut the limits of
:is State; on tuotion by 1r. Wtrdlaw. Solici
,r for Plaintiffs. Ordered, ihni said alent de
-ilants dii appear i this Hiorable Cotirt,
nd ainswer. plead or demur to the Bill of Plain
ff<. vitlhiii three onths frem the publiication
r'this Order. or the-said Bill he taken prd ont.
-0so aginst them.
- . or).rm.4..
Com mz'ers Office.
Feb. 6, 145. 2 3i
I I. Notes and Acconits due to Goony &
L .os will b e 1'laced ini the hanuds of atn
it orney liir colleeltion . if not paidi toi the sulh.
:ribaer by thee 10th of Febriuary tawxt.
Janntary 3l 2t 1
Sel ect School,
is a:eted a S( Il JOL in the Villiae of
I.E dgefield, onei door ea-t of the Etaisco
ail ..hiurch. for the purpostite ofi teaching the
~verail biraniches of Eunglisht Fdr.dctin. anil
lIo the French Langnage to sineh as may de'
Th le Schohilistic liar will bei divitded into two
.ssioi.- afl 5.j imnths. or 2J weeks a':dh. anad
me termls of titionn as follows:
'or dwii Elemeiantry briaches. $~ 6 (h0
'or the abiv e, wvitht Eniglish Grit n.
nmar. Geojirapity. A4rithniauic antd 1
..ophily. Ast.tonoiiny .indl Che"mistny, 12 00
'tir the' Fretnch Langua. e and extra
chatrge of *5 00
31usic targhtt by Mr. L.. B. Blacos, at the.
sit:alprices, withI the tuse oh' thei Pino.
Gnciid hoard and washm tg enni bie obtained for
x or eight yeounig ladies, at $10) per month.
Edigefield C lI . Ja'. 31 2mi I
To be Leasier,
l IIE Houtse anit Lit theretifore tuse'd by
U. nt flat a Law Oitiice.
H. It SPA\N.
Jatnutary 31 2t I
A t'iddle age ptersoni Ito has hail consid
erabtle ex perienace na nan atccouintanit, and
~hu writes a fair business hatnd. ,vill be ghtid to
teet with --mploymtent ini that way.
AIppS a t this Offic..
Jana. 31 2t* 3
E111 H0' E inideted tie the hle fim of M1 Eina
1.& C'OLGcA. are ,hereby n''tilied tnit uin
ss it satisfactorv setthi lment oif their Notes and
c'. onaus is tmadl before the 15th dtay of' Feb
wi'ry anexi. thev will hae pilacedl ini the hanads ofC
at Attoratey, for coftection, tcilhiout resiee.
C. A. 3111[GS.
Jantuary 31 3t I
Ihouse and Lot for Male..
I E Sub-cribier it'ers laor sale. his
tiHoue andi Lot. isituaited on the
oad letdting to Antgtsta, via~ Pinte lionse The
.ini coaittis onie ai're Oni the prei-Pses aire it
mall butt comufortatble dwelling. tad all tneces
ary ot-tbuihdinagse. ~ LA
January 22 tf 52
LL piersons~ ittdehtued to C. J. Glover,
by cotract wvith Greenivillei IIorit, are
mrnestly requested to comae htornird atid
ettle the samte, na the .businiess is disein-I
inted. 1 thinik a seitlemrent due front allI
P. . Te to C.J. ~ GLOVER.
P. . Te huksan I accauts will be
nuind with Mr. G. IloaD. at the old srtnd,
vhit is atthatrized to seftle ats heretofore.
Nov~ 13 if 42
f3f Thet friends of Lieut. JAMEs H.
ElARats, annonnce hint as a enindidate liar
he 'affice of tar Collector at the next elec
BY virtue of sundy writs of Fieri Fa
gias, I will proceed to sell ai Ed- -
field Couri Bto-use, on the First lonada
and Tuesday iuMarch next, tie folloawingu
John Bauskett vs. Lester Richards. two
Lois in the town of Hamhurg. known in the
plan -of said town as Lois number 183
and 184. containing each fty feet frmv'
by 196 .teep, bounded on the north by Lol
number 182. slouth by Snowden Street.
east by Squiire Street. Levied on as the
propery of the defendani.
The Bmhl of, Ramborg outl Carolina
&others vs R R. Huer. Charles Lamar
& Obver Simpson two Horses one Buggy,
and one-iao Hor4e Waghon. levied on ai.
the property or tiefendant R. R. Hunter.
Clem Mitchell for Rohit. Jennings. Sen. vs
Siepheni Sinhtaker, the Tract.Af land
n here the tlefendant lives enttaing one
hundred and fty aniss. more or less, ad
joining landsor Shmpsoii Strom and others.
Al ar % Little vs James Rushton & Do
vid Ruslhton, the tract of land %%here the
defendant James Roshion lives, contain
ing one hundred asnd fifty acres, more 01
les. adjoining lands of Hugh Wever,
Ruhen Bouknight, & others.
Jacob Pope vs John G. Berry & John
Shumoert. the Traci of land where the
defendant John Shumperi lives, contaii
ing six hundred acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of Jacob Pope, James Mer
chatut & others. - .
David Richardson vs. David Little, the
Tract of land';vhere the defendant lives,
cot aining three hutndreed and seventy line
acres more or less; adjoi n ing lands of John
Mobley, Allen mittle, and others; also the
Ihree folnpwing negrn Slaves, to vii: Nan
ny.Dohlin and Frlncis.
Dawson Atkinson & others vs. iewis
ElIzy, a tract 6f. land Cotaining four
hundred acres, !iore or less, adjoining of
Elizaibeth Caiter'aud oathers.
Perry & Dozier & oth'-rs, vs. Wade
Culbreath. One Negro woman, by the
name of Rehecea, Wesley.
Smith, vs. Lewis Culbreath, the tract of
land where the deferdains lives.
Goode & Lyiwn.vs. Philip Vow, the tract
of land where the defendant lives, con
taining one hundred and thirty six acres,
triore or less, adjoining 1ands of John
Hughes. and others.
.0. Towles, Ordinary, vs. William
Strom. Sen..-:& others, ne Negro man
Martin, 'he property of the defendant
Wvilliaml Strom..Men:. -I
Rosela Blalock & others. vs. M. L.
Geariry. the Traietpf land where the de
fend.man lives. -v.hicli there is' a Tan
Yard. containing livanty two and a half
acres. inore or less adjoining lands of F.
O'Coani1er & others.
Nathaniel Burton, vs. Daniel Posey, the
Tract of land where the defendiant lives,
4joining lands of Derrick -Holsonback, and
at hers. . ,a
cTax Collcet hr s
NT;rtsbU t 9- tract is r !nd-i at hre thfe ie
rendani livel adjhintinm 'he lanids of A.
Sibly and othets:
William' -6an. Jr and others vs. Chas.
B. C:arier, one Horse, Saiddle and Bridle.
Oliver To.swles..ordinarv v-. D. Aikin.
ion and oiliers 1 - Bi ank If amturg iad
.thers vs.. the same, thme tract ot land
where the Defendlani lives.containinmg eight
Indre'd ainil sistty Acne's, mtde dr. less. ad
jining~ the lands of Ahiner Whalley aund
utbers als, the* folowing N'ero Slaves,
to wit: Hanrktess, Henm. Esther. Cupid,
W'till JBig zSumn. Li' tle Samt,Paicace anad
er chailad Lucy, Laura, Charles, and old
IBenjamint Onatz, vs Shurley Cooak, the
ratet of lanaI whIere die dlefendar.i lives,
nott aininag ijve hun.lrfd nerespr oii~ar Ie--,
jeoiinag lanids oaf T'raevi D'arn, M rs. Ma ;ry
Kemnp tad others.
Wrigtat N Mamare. vs. Eraina P. Ii. Kirk
wy. sewl Johnat Kirkey, the 'ract aof hatt
dher.- thme dlerennt John Kirkisey lives.
'a .<tining arrei, maore or I. ss ada i
inaiag lanad, eof F. WV. Pic~ken' ;atad others
T'im' Ex'erntiorso'f Casp.'er Nail. vs MnrC a
litler, a he t ract naf .landI wvhere rhe defem
a nt Ii ves, adjoianing lands of 31. Galpthiti
nal others. a
Ch ri-tian Saa, t's the saime, tlie above
lescriibed parahperty. ~ snIMr
Joase1'h Be.", vs Duaii-Kiika.lMr
Riley, 'he 'raer ofland ns here the defenadant
ives., containing foe hundread and eiglity
ive ;arre-s, tmore or less, ndjaoining lanai. of
6 S. Broaoka, Johnt Cadetman anal others.
Tame State, vs Jehu Mocher. a tract of
atad ecntaiingtt tharee hundred and .iwsenmty
ihe airre's. mtore or less, adjoining lands of a
.~Anner ferrinm, H-. M. Qurtes and orhiers. I
The SBate. vs. Samuel H. WVilliamins,a
Wsiliamn C. WVilliamn.s rand Moodly Hai-ris,
mie browvn hay mare & colt, the property.
if efentdant Mooady Hlarris.
The State. vs. Archibald Sinith, the
'rrnec Elf landl where the defendlant lives.
,onlainirig ninety six arres, mtore or leqs,
rdjoinaing lands of .Y. H B3urnmett anal
'The State, ss William Stiaker and
onhmangtona Staeinaker. one small road
waggonm and two horses. 'hae property of
dle dcfenant williami Stalnaker.
I ladly Cooper & amhers. vs. Caihaerine
innkerslev. a tract --f landa lving n the
eastern side if the susge Roaid from Ed~ge
eida Court Houtse to H amtbuarg oan both
sides of Chaivotar's Cree~k, containing one
hundlret anal fliy; acres. more or less. aa
joing Iads of Mluscoe Samuel, Mlrs.
Mary Ho and others.I
MichaelI Barr. nministrator. 's Rohi.]
'. Mooaure anid Williata Bridlge-. the Trract
of land where Saamuel Moore livedl at the
tiame of his death. containinig nine hundred
aces. moare or less, adjusining lahds of Joel.
inalitit atnd oilher.
H. B3OJL WA RE, s. x. D.
Felb. 6 41
TDJ ~ IBBETTS, woauld give
J .7. . notice than he has ahanm
daied the credit system of doin2 husiness,
and will hereafter sell for Cash onily, with
ont any reserve All those inadebiedl to
him will be called upon unless they p~ay
H E Subscriber respectfialy falkri4 the
citizens of Edgefeld, -that ho Vi com
nm-nce furnishing this markesiwit4h 'W.4
Beefs, once n week. viz: every NIdays until
the first of June then Monday's,.h a rday's'
and Snturday's. Lambslon Tvesday evehldP,
on as reasonable terms as he possibly cD-'
Thankful for past patronage, he dblicits a een
tinatince of the same. -
'*t ,, " "
Jalaninj 5t '60.
Raise youi own S,
ILL be sold on Sale Day , aW
blooded VIRGINIA STALION, .
a credit until the first day of Janiary aemt, w -
let out on shares. Pedieree can be seen at thl
O ffice . - -
The Horse can be seen at.Edgefie d C. H.
January 15 3t 51 -
F ROM the Boot of the Stage, on the-10ti
instnt. on .the Abbeville road betweenii
Major Chiles'a and Edgefield C. H.. a small
white and black spotted Berushire. - ,eas
unmainked.weighing between60'and 75 pboaZ.
Any information respecting said Pig will be
Addess C. H. Goodman. Edgefield C. H.,
or R. DOUGLASS;,
Jnnaray15 t .51
Pay Up! Pay jp 1 .
LL Persons indebted.to the Subscribeg
A either by Note or Accounts, due the Ist
Jnnnary, 1844,are requested to pay thenisItgme
diatellg or they will be placed in the'hands ofta
oflicer for cullee'.ion.
Dec. 18 tf 47
LL persons indebted to the Estate of. Xibi'
Aabeth Garrett,.dec'd., and also Johm'.CJ
Gqrrett, dec'd., are requested to coma foward
and make payment. And all those:having. de6
maids against either of said Estate,..are .
quested to hand them in lqlly attested.
THOMAS GARRETT, Ex
January 8 Stm
LL -Persons indebted to the Su c,
A either by Note. or open account,ase r60
vectfully and earnestly requested to pa tsp,V'
he is compelled to have money to satisfy a
t.. whom he is indebted. He does not wish -to.
run any one to extra cost- but.if thole who wre
',-l--bted to him fail to make immediate settle.
mcnts. lie will be under the. disagreeablie ne
cessity of employing a laaqfid collector.
Janrj . C. H. GOODYfA19.
January1 tf . 4d
LL Accounts due Mrs.M. E Dowd,Agent,.
1 may be settled with us until the st ofFeb
rmary next, after which time those .remaining
insettled will be placed in he handrof the.
Iroper ecer for collection. d
Jnnqrv 15 31 5
Pus-1ive84it the LM Ibelic.S
LL Persons indebted to the Subscribers,
.either b3 note or open account, contan..
ted previous to the first day of J-Inuary, 1844,
are hereby notified that all such demands must.
be paid,-or otherwise-satisfactorily a
before return day for March Court next, qr thy
will most certainly he placed in thahandrof an
Attorney (or collection.
We would most willingly he relieved from.
this iupleasant, taskr. beut money w scomust Aasp 0i
mnet our owen demands.
- BLAND & BUTLER.
January 1 tf d9
l'IN W ARE ! TIN-WARE ! !
AT REDUCED PRICES.
EDGFPIELD, S. C.,.
1I H E Subscriber hanving remojed his. 'fI
UMANUJFACTORY totheWest side of
the Store. oppjosane Mess. flatid & Batter's,
is now on'ering his stock. of manufactured Tin-,
Wa're, cosnprising a generah and complete as
sortmient of all articles usually kept an such so
establishament, at prices to Otnit the presenu Aar
times. Those wishing articlen in his line are..
invited to give Ii a call before purchasiag
elsewhers, -is hie is dietrmined to seul as chesap
as the cheapest. . -
ttooiNG and GOT-rsnese donie with neatned'
and despatch. ...- .
All orders from .tbe. counitry thankfully re.
ceivedaud promptlj attended to.
tannery 5. -.. if 51
...The Hamiburg Republican will please copy
state of South Carolina.
1. DGE F1ELD DIST R)CT.
T OLLED before pie by Lucian Butler,
1.living near Allen Dozier's, on Litnle 8a?
ludia River. in the District aforesaid, a bay geld
ing.Horse, fifteen hands high, about nine yearsl
old, both hind feet white. sod before,.blind its
he left eye ; no other visible marks. A ppraisdf
at thirty dullars. --.. .
. R.B. BOITKNIGH T, 3Iagistra~. .
Dec. 18 1m4: 4
. Moare New God,.
JUsT RE'EIVED AT TBE~ NEw YORK C
SToRE, rom N.EW YouE.
M EFSSERS D' 1.SSING & Co.,av
just r'eceiied a Fresk snupply .gf~R
GOODS. of the latest siyle-an'd fashionpi~g
thiv otl'er at the lowest Cash prices. hg -
turn their thannks to the public for 'hie verjt'e
ral share of patronage wldsh has bsen bqIeI
on them, and..solicit a continuance of tedame.,
January 22, 2t g
.CUiaLmsToW, 20th December, 1814..
|General Order, No. 3. ..A , RB
NbJ. GAGE, T. EDWI NE.iOB
e~ ert G. McCaw, Iof. E. HMdow
Thomas B. Haynesworth, J.Ieyward Glover,
A. G. Summer, John Buth unan, Jr ., G. W.
Taylor, and William Gillson, ea ated
Aids-de-Camp tothe Comneri- ,i
the rantk .of Lieutenant Colonel-. They wi
equip and report te I~ead Qarters at Cha..
leston or duty by the 6Sut dw.y of Febuamty
By order of th e Commandrer-in.Chief:
.J. W. CANTEY,
Public Notice is 'herebf(
given, to all Defendants in ExecutJom.,'
which are .marised "waoig order," to' oma
forward and pay up the cost, otherwise I
am instructed, to levy an. tmak. the ,smeI
This notice is intended to prevent Eb*
accumulatio's of further cost. -
SH.BOULWAR!; . m.*
Y an order frot John Hill, Esq., Ordi
U dinary of Edgefield District, we slal
proceed to sell at the late residence of Josiali
Padgett, deceased, on Wednesday the 12th
Jay of Febuary next, on a credit nutil the
twenty-fifth day of December next. all the Pe
tonal property of said deceased, consisting of
Fourteen Likely Negroes.
A fie Litt of )Pork Hogs and Bacon. Her.
cs and Mules, Hogs. Cowos Corn and Fadder,
ila.ksui.h and Plantation Tools, Household
and Kitchen furniture.
Also-Thirty-five or forty bales of Cotton.
:1 A.% . H E -.TERJ PAI)G .TT
SION PADGETT, Adn'tors.
Jan. 22 4t 52
State of South Carolina.
IN EQUJI Y.
Lucretia Whittle and Jo
sepli Whittle .
Vs. IBill for Partition.
William Whitile. 'Willis I
Whittle and others. J
N OTICE is hereby gi'ven. that l-y virtue o
ano-rder frioni Chancellor Harper. I shall
offer lor sale at Edgefield Court House on
Saturday the 8th day of Februnry next; the
Real Estate of James Whittle. senioi, decease,
co sisting of the following tracts of land, viz:
The ta act of land wheren AThe said Janes
Whtttle, sen. res.idld at the time of his death,
containing two hirudred and sixty (260) acres,
more or less, lying on Cloud's creek and bound.
ed by lands of Lewis Derrick, Samuel Padget,
Also, one other tract Icontaining two.1-nndred
(200) acres, aior- or less, lying on Clond's
:reek. adjoining the foregoin: tract and lands
afJ B. Smith, L. Reynolds and others.
Also, one other tract, situate in the District
and Stale afoitsaid, ot Mite creek. containin
two hundred and ten (210) acres, more or less.
and adjoining honds ofWillinm. Danirel. Nathde
Boore, William Mohley ad others
Said lais to be sold on a ciedit.of one and
awo years, excapt the cost of suit. which munst
be pald in cash. Purchasers to give bond and
good strities, and iotigages of the prettiise to
ecure the purchase money.
S S. TOM PKINS, c. i. E. D.
Jan. 18, 1845. 4t e 52
W ILL he sold at Edgefield Court House.
on the first 31ondayin February next. a
iegro gil, Fnany. of tie Estate of A. Y ur
-Terns made known on the day of sale.
N. L. GRIFFIN, Executor.
Jan. 22 2t 52
LL Notes and Accuunts date t.s on th
IIst day of Jdannary. 1844, which are 1int
ettled by the 15th of Febrtary next, will b,
at in the haiiads of an Attorney for collectiona.
. PRESLEY & BRYAN..
January 22 4t 52
EDGEFIELD BEAT COMPANY
Y OU are hereby ordered to as
lsamhle on your usual Comtpany
11 itser Ground 'on Saturday die 14th1
o February next, fm instruction a id
drill, at 12 o'clock, A M armed aind
Equipped as the law directs.
' By drder ofCapt C. A. Mzios:
J. COHN, 0. S
January22 3t 52
HORN'S CREEK BE AT COM'Y.
Y-OU are hereby ordeted to pa.
Rrade ott the Second Saturd:ay.
the, 8th of Februairy uext, at your
tasnal mntster grountd. at 11 o'clock.
A, M., artmed and equipped as thte
By order of Capt. V. D COaBUas:
:.J. -J. MA YS. 0. 8.
EDG EFIELD C. H... S. C. 'a
Tj I lF nuade'rsignaed respaectfutlly tannocunces
U. to has friendus and athe pubtllic gener~ally.
ha: hae has fitted up te bionse fortmerly occut
tied bay haim ats a Grocery Sto're. whicha is now
endcy ihr te receptiont of Travellers andi Boa-r
ers. Havingr atde a larure adtlitiont to hais
inilditng, andtt futrmsheed it thtrouaghont with thte
ecessary futrnitatre, anad hauing erected ntew
tad commanodiatas Stabllee, he hopes by a strict
ersoanal attenstiona to the watits of lais cuasomers
u) tnterir a libeeral share of puhplic patirnaae
uis chares will hte miade to auit thte present
ard times. -.RA
Jantutry 8 if 50
fH E nntdersignead havinag purchtased the eti
tire itnterest of Mr C. A. Meig's. in thte
atsiness of.1Merchanlt.Taioring, will
tilt conttitnne the business at the old stanad, and
oapes by strict attenationa.to hauiness to receive
share of puablic patronage.-.
Jranuary 16 3t 51i
TH E Ceapartntershtip hteretofore existing
unader the fam of Meigs & Coleant is thlis.
lv dissolved by mutual cotnseatt. All persons
nlebied to the'fir an pre huereby atotified that an
mmtaediate serttlemaenat is requtired
CIH18. A. MEIGS.
JOHN CO. GAN.
Ja uaryS t -.50 '
BU 0 VK BDOO K i
dud MVrapi g' Paper.
gmh fr E ttubscribters invmta been appointe'd
U Agenits for te Greenvius Puiper Mill and
Sindery. have now ont sand, and will sell
3,ANK BOOKS..6df all descriptiotn.'. WlIu
['ING and WRA PPING PAPER, at Charles.
(an or New. .York prices. Please give us a
-all and satisfy yourselves.
3. COHN & CO.
.Cheap Cash Store
Edgefield. Dec.25. 48 3m
Notice to Gturdians. &c.
(1UA RDIANS, Truastees and lgeceivers,
U. ar' hereby ntotafied to make their annutal,
'etatn htefore rtie ont or before thte first day of
S. S. TOIl PKINS, c.:s. a. D.
Commnissioner's Office. Jan. 1 tf 46
Q*T~rhe~ friends of SAaPsoNI - . iMATS
announce him as a candidate foar tig Offic,
tlf Tax Collector at the next election.
Oct. 30 - tf . 40
(Qi'The frietnds of Maj. S. C. SCO-T
ananonnaee him as a candidate for Taai
Collector, at the eusuing election.
Nwa . & 'f 4?