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triet composed of Abbeville, ,berry, and -Lesingon Bsooks, Col. A. Burt, Hoe. P. C. Charustan, Distrie#-Hon. J. E. e Hon. JamesS. Rbett. S ' p frry, Marion. Wil * Daliegton, Marlborough, and Disrtt-Hon. J. Campbell.' ter,Kershaw. Richland, Sam andFatield.-Col. J. A. Woodward, I. Sumter.' Uien, Spartanburg, York and Ches Hon. Wm. Clowney, Capt. Jas. A. In Anderson, Pickens, Greenvil!e. and aurens.-Hou. W. Butler,* Col. R. F. tIon, W. F. Downs. -iD Colleton. Beatfort. Barnwell, and oangeburn.-HUn. R. Barnwell Rhe't, S. . W. Trotti.* ia the present Congresm. US. S& ters.-The Legislature of e.unnsylvan ~on the 10th inst., re-elected ~3'i0 e -Hon. JW 'Buchanan, Senator of the eted States, (or six years from the 4th 3Marth nei. Q' tb ih ius., the Legislature of Lou tsiaa ceote4 the HOn. Alexander Porter, ptor t..the Congress of the United lte si years from the 4th of March -.ext. The Electionofa U. S. Senator..vas tc take place in the Kentucky Legislature on the 7tb inst. There appears to be no doubi bat tha Mr. Critenden will be re- elected. Agriawuraal Surcy.-The Charlestor MercUry, says:-" The planters of S-iuti Carolina will be gratified to learn tba! Governor Hammond has appointed Mr EdmutndRumln, of Virginia, well Lnowr as late Editor of the Farmer's Register. tc conduct the Agricultural Survey of the State, ordered at the late seswon of the Legislature; and that Mr. Ruffin has ac cepted the appointment. He vill be in Charleston (at the Charleston Hotel) on the 28th instant, where be will be happy to confer with planters and others interest ed in the survey. Tae Baakrupt Law Repeakd.-The 1VChrlikton Mercury. of Saturday last, says:-"It will be seen by our accounts from Washington, that in the repeal of the Bankrupt Bill in the House, our predic. don, made when it passed, is fulfilled; and the Whigs have joined in undoing their own botch work-in etraogling his only coaling of the nest of promised marrow and it things-a be only deluvian relic of d,' eider food-the mntiary blessings of 111P!fig ades mlet. The followingis "3990" passedoae 17th by yeas Oentaed by the. Senate andl House er44eentativesof the United States of ;Am" in-Cougress assembled, That the aat entitled "An act t'estalish an uni -hrm syslem of Baokropicey tbroughout Uthe-United Sttes." aisprved on the 10th ''dav of August, I1841, he, and the same is baebey repealed. Provided, That this act ahktl 'net affect any case or proceeding in benkriptey commenced before the passage of this act, under any pains, penalties. or forfqitures incurred under this act; but eved such proceeding may he continued eaf fnal consummation, in like manner aifthis act had not been passed. T'he. Repeal is expected to pass the Se nste. Bankrepe Staitic.-in South Caro . lia Distr there have been 205 volunta ..g applications in Bankruptcy, and only ae-eompulsory., The're have-been 60 discharges gransted. -There has bee-n but one appeal :e jury, ad that resulted in the acquittal of the krupt; and two cases have been ad journed over from the District to the Cir cait Court. There are 145 eases now uniter way, *flS St various-stages, proceeding ton ards daify.,-Char. Cour. Edt aegn,6y reference to our Ex chasble, that the Bank of Charleston, -& Gveceives in vamcot and on deposit ftrMPt susoisers the-notes of the follow Bank; Bank of Augusta; 3not Stated Georgia, at Augusta; qes a gnrance arnd -Banking Co.; Georgia Rail Baad Bank.. at Augusta; Bank of Brunswick. payableat Augusta; andalso,- the notes of the Planters Bank. Shivandebh; Marine and Fire Insurance Bank, and Bak Ot~ State or Georgia, at- Saasabr. .Weosam 6bsere -that'it is prepared to dIisconfitllseo Macon."antd Columbus, Geo. (dr having over 60 days to run, at Sthe rete o( 14 per cent, piod time off. . Wef ltlees strangoie'mcss asindica tins t ten~dence is heing restored; and entertain no doubt of their lieneficial rgsuks upon the trade between Georgia and South Cawolina.-Car. Mercury. Aniack on the NaiioaL-Judiciary in the .Aae Smaie.-We perceive, from our W~s~Mgsemletter, that f ultra demno haSenate of. If~nion,, hrave tedstissil~hetenure, inde PO*U#.I~ty aehi:fefinss of our~ se[sa udcary~ Well -did-ethey -de serve th keen egdand esasic rebuke ofto-knplie Berrien; and we are pritii to record otr new Benetor. the ta lented McDaame; -worthy successor, in mind ad elogqnee, of'the gifted Prestan. *~eth in d gnant segatisves of the oen. qsWeare sure. coQ,. thas he who.,s mipart~elhase, "the great statesman. othe South," would, if rsent, have' ali taised his potent and in snial vie, ii.a.siostroms an assault on the ye From tAe Charlestoa Mercury. MASSACHUSETTS. The Old Bay State is at last, it seems, to be Democratic. The Senate have elected F. P. Robin sou President. in the place of Dr. Leland, reind. el two Houses went into joint ballot on Thursday to fill vacancies, and the re sult was that the five vacancies from the District of Essex were filled with five Democrats, by a majority of seven votes over the Whig candidates. Five vacan cies frr -a Worcester were filled with Dem ocrats. uy a majority of from one to four. It appears by he report of the Joint Committee forcounting votes for Governor, &c.. that the whole unmber of votes were 1yy.8V)2. Marcus Morton, 56.491 John Davis, 54.939 Samuel E. Sewell, 6382 F. Jackson, 37 Wm. Jackson, 34 Fifty-nine other candidates were voted for, bor Goverror. Whole number of votes for Lieutenant Governor, 117,724. Henry R. Childe, 56.228 George Hull, 54.992 Win. Jackson, '9391 John Pterpont, 39 Fifty-thrce other candidates were voted for, for Lieutenant Governor. The New York Courier, (Whi-) says: "There is now very little doubt thai Mar cus Morton will be elected Governor of 31assuchvsetts, as there will he a clear ma jurity in the Legislature. It depends on only one contingency. If the House of Representatives should choose toAend the names of Gov. Davis and Mr. Sewell tie Alolitionist. or that of Mr. Jackson, whn only received 37 votes-leaving out that of Air. Mouton, the latter vould be defea ted. This, we havo no idea ;he Whigs %ill do." The Democratic majoriiy thus far in the Senate is fourteen ; amid six more vacancies arc yet to be filled. Buckanan Ftae Convention.-A con rention ordelegates, elected by the Dem ocratic citizens of Peunylvania, friendly to the selection by the national couven lion of h 0lo. James Buchanan, its thme Democratic caididat,- for the next Presi dency, met at liarris4burg January 9il. Tic delegates were equal in number to the Senators and Represcataives to the Ueneral Assembly. and appointed from similar districts. We recognise among the names of the delegates many old and well tried Democrats, as also a considera ble number of the members of the present, Legislature. The Harrisburg Reporter says the convention "was one of the lar gest and most enthusiastic meetings ever convened at the capital of the -Old Key stone!" Nearly .every county was repre sented ; aud the delegates manifested the greatest zeal and enthusiasm in their sup port of the claims of our State and our candidate."- Charleston Merrury. Niggers Round a Tater.-The Albany EcangJaarna has a long acount of a meeting of the corlorel population, held to take into consideration the propriety of presenting an address to Governor Seward for the position he has maintained as to fngitivesuves. A series of complimentary resolutions wsere adopted. an-i a commit see a ppointed to draw up the address, which is full of praise of his cnaduct. Ibid. Pire.-Theo alartm of fire last night be'-' tweeu 9 and 10 o'clock,prmiceeded froim thme kitchen, a small usooden enemecnt, of .i1r. Lensis Leon, near she corne-r oif Bridge Row and Reynold smrecm. which a' first threatend to extend so she adjacettguild ings, some of which were woiod, bmut tiee timely arrival of the engmnes continmed it to the buildling in which it originted. Loss very trifling.-Chron. $,r Sen. l8th inst. Commercial. AUGUSTA E~XCHIANGE TABLE. Augusta Insurance and Batnking Co. par. IBatnk of Augusta, - Biratnch state of' Georgia at Augusta, Agency Blank ot Birunmswick, Branch Georgma ARail Road, Mecnancs Bank, " Bank of St. 3Mary's, Bank of Mledgevilld Banik of tihe St. of Geo. at tsav. " Branches of ditto Agency or ditto, at Greensboro' - Bank of itanswick, Commercial Bank, at Macon, - Geo. K. R. & 0kg. Co. Athensm, Marine a. Fare Anns. Batmk, Say. Branch of ditto, at Macon,. - Planters' Bank, davannah," Ruckersille Banking Compy. - Exchanige B~ank, !lrumnwick," Ocmnlgee Bank. brok Central Bank of~ Georgia, 35 a 38 d Central R.IR.&Dkg, Co..Sav. 3.a06 " [mus. Bk. of Coliumbus, at Macon, 6 a 10" Alabama Notes, 12.a 14" Bank of.Hlawkinsville. 25 a 30" Phunix Dank of Columnbos, 6 a 10 " Charleston Banks,- par. Bank of Camden, - -Bank of Georgetown, Commniesml, Colunmbua, ' Motcbans', at Cheran,. Bank of Jlamburg, No Sale or Uncenain. Batik of Darien anid Branchew. Batik of Columbus. Chatthoochee R.' Road & Banking Ce ipany. Monroe R. Road & BankinmgCotmany.. Planter.' and 3techmanics' Bank, Col umbus. IWestern Dank of Georgia, at Ruame. DrweJZS. On NewvYork,; ~1 .0 prem. Charleston, par a j dis.. davannah, par, a 4 pram. Philadelphia. a 0 prem. Lexington, Ky. par a 1 " HlANUaen, January 16. Cottom.-The receipts since our last re port have been heavy by wagons and boats. --Pries are rather dug so-day, and may contine so for. a- few days, thiougb they have not declined.ifront she gqnota lions which we made last week."The set tiemuent of the China question will have a tendeney to elvsngthenonr market,.and no doubs whea the accounts frem Liverpoo, uplo 41tof January' comes to hauz, we . will have an advanctng market. Ti then, eur buyers are unwifling to ogirate largely. We quote. as extrenses of the mar-ketsto day. 4I io 7 cents. Principal sales .at4j HYMENEAL. - Te Suiae tie that biadas nwo wiling hearts." MARR IE D, On Thursday the 19th uIt., by the Rev. J. Trapp, hir ELBaT BLEDSOE to Miss ABIoAlL THoaTON, al1 of this District. On Wednesday Eveuing the 18th inst., by John Hill, Esq., Mr. Isaac A. BELL to Miss ELIZABETu TzaarY, daughter of John Terry. late of this District. On the 12th. by the Rev. Mr. Walker. Mr. Jonis HAvYT 1o Miss CATnAKINE, eldest daughter of Mr. George Delaugh ier, all of this District. OBITUARY. Died, at the residence of her husband, in Sumter County, Alabama. on Sniur day, the 24th of September last, Mrs. MAIr.% N. HIDBLEa, aged 34 years 3 months and 8 days. Mrs. If. was the daughter of Mr. W m. Shivers, Sen., of Hancock Count). Ga. For years she was a consistent and useful member of the Baptist Churcb. 11er Piety was s:rictly emagetical. Sensible of her moral defile. ment, and deeply conscious or her total inability to obtain justification by the deeds of the law, the grand doctrines ofjustifien tion by the imputed righteousness of Christ, and of the divine influence were what she most cordially embraced. adhered to and delighted in. Most fully did she award to Immanuel, tho name by which she claims to be known "The Lord our Righteous neas." Her's was not a presumptuous de pendence upon God. No! She obeyed the Scripture injunction and committed the keeping of her soul in -fell-doing-" tier re!igion was built upon principle, hence it was nctive and unifhorm. it did not 'jurst forth in sudden and rapturous flights. but burned with no equal and steady flame. All whose privilege it was to know Our departed sister, iill testify that she walked with God, thIus eviucing that she was an heir of a blessed immortality. As might be expected, she died in Christian triumph. When first apprised that the physicians thought her sickness unto death, she seemed somew lint surprised, but not at all terrified; after a few moments spent in mental prayer, she observed, "i believe my terrors are all this side of the tomb, the thought of beink so unexpectedly sepa. rated from my dear husband is rather pain ful." Again closing her eyes for a few moments, she added "but much as I love my family antd friends, I can cheerfully resign them to be with Christ in Heaven." She spoke frequently of the preciosucss of the Saviour, and for some hours previ ous to her death, she was in great ecstacy, trequently exclaiming how precious is the Saviour now. Sister's If's great zeal for the welfare of the Church of which she was a member was always extraordnary, but as she drew near the "General Assembly and church of the first born." her interest seemed to iicrease fur the dear Brethren and Ststers whom she was leaving in the wilderness. She took her little daughter about eight years old by the hand and presenting her with a bible made a few very happy re marks on the use she wished her to make of it. then taking her little son about three years old on the bed, in the most solemn and impressive mantiner she besought God o- take him and make him a useful Mis sionary among the. Heathen. Next in turn after some tender admonition to her husband, she bade her pastor an ael'ct ion. ate farewell. most earnestly exhorted him to "feed the flock." Thent each of the Deacons separately (one of them her wcep ing husband.) charging eacti to till his or lice well. She next called tier servants to tier. (some 15 or 20 of whom .re mzembers of thte church.) unid gave euch a word of encouraigement :nr wyarning as she thought adopted to their case. To one she would say, ' w as so rejoiced whetn you joinied the church, but I have wvept for you since. Oh! remember that nothing but a Iir'ing Faith will enable you to die as I do." To another, "I believe yout love the Saviour. we will soon meet again in his prescnce."I Those of them wvho were impeuitent she would pat hetically ex hort to prepare with. out delay for death. Oh! we all felt that day, that angels were ini the roott and God was there, nod that it was "bectter to be ing the house of maourning than in tihe house of feasting." H aving hid all aroundl her an affectionate farewell, she fell asleep in Christ. without a struggle or a groan. Sister H. has left an affectionate hasbar,d. three children, and ntumerous friendls to mourn their loss. S. S. L. a (?TIIrE BAPTIST MINISTERIAL Conferetnce will assemble in the Haptist Meeting House of this place, at 10 "'clock, A M., ott Friday before the fifth Lord's Day in this month. Preaching may be expected at night on Saturday and Lord's Day, by Ministers of the Conference. WV. II. JOHNSON, C.tairn. Edgefield C H., Jani. 25 It 52 Thme friends of Colonel P. C. CA LDW E LL, aninounice hint as a Can - didate to represent the Congressional Dis-I trict composed of Abbeville, Edgefield. Ne wberry and Lexington, in the ne'xt Con gress. Jan 9, 1843 6t 5(1 Sheriffs Sale, B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Faqias, I will proceed to sell at Edge field Cort House, on the first Monday and Tuesday of February next, the fol lewitag property: R amey, Rhodes & Co. vs. Joseph Pat terson, one sorrel Mare .Terms Cash. S. C[URISTIrE. s..a. Jan 212t2 e52 house and Lot for Iae, 'TH E RE the Subscriber resides. A VTbargain may be expected, by any person wishing to purchase. SIMS LEQUIEX. Jan 25 .tf 52 Tg HOSE indebted to the Subscriber, N.as Administrator of Mlary Elam, de eeased, or as Commissioner in Equity, willa do well to make payment before retura dlay in February. I. TER RY. .Tax Collector's Notice. T will ottend at tie iollowint plucce to collect Taxes. for the year 1S42. On Monday. Fcb. 6th, at Pine House: - Tuesday, 7th, at Ridge: - Wed'day. " 8th, at Norris': o Thursday, " 9th, at Mi. Willing: - Friday, " 10th, at Perrys: Saturday, " 11th, at Clark': Monday, " 13th, at Andrews': Tuesday, M i4th. Richardson'.: - Ved'day, 15th, at Allen's: Thursday, " 16th, at Smyly's : Friday, * 17th, at Sheppard's: Saturday, 18th, at Duntons: bMonday. 20th, at Liberty Hill: TuesdaY. - 21st. at lark's: Wed'day, - 22d. at Middleton's: Thursday, 23d, at Vance's: Friday, " 24l, at C. Pond-s: Saturday, e* 25th. Bech Island Monday. " 27th. at b'a.nurt: B. F. GOUEDY, T. C. E. D. Jan 25 3t 52 Executive Department. COLMsCIA, Ja4nuary 13th. 1643. P APERS publishin- nidvertisemnents i. -,ued from this Department, or frou Head Qezarers, previou, to this date. are requested to withdraw them forthwith and to give only one insertion to each adver tisomnen hereulicr published, unless other wise direrted. By order of ih- Governor: H. T. WATTS, Es. Secretarv. Ja1n 25 It 5. N. 13. Order-i for tihe Review? in fihe Sc coad Division. and fior the Election of Ilajnr General of the same. to be cominned in Charleitun papers, as hcretufore dirt a ted. Executive Department. COLUtMA. 12th January 1S43. By His Excellency JAMES H. HAMi1t-auNO. E..q., Governwr and Connamder-in. Chiefin and over iho State of Soutb Carolina. W HEREAS.iinformntion ha% beent rc ceived at ihis Department, th;t an atrociou- murder was committed in th vi cinity of Alexander Moultrie'* plantation, in St. Lukes's Parish, un the 9th December last, by a negro manu uimed JONAS. on the body of Bob, a negro man, behltnging to said Moultrie, and that said Jonas ha., fled. from justice. Now know ye, that to the end justice may be done, and that he said Jonas way be brought to legal trial for his ofTence. as afuresaid, I do hereby.ofer a reward of One Hndred Dollars for his apprehen sion and delivery into any Jail in this Stato. Jonas is described as bring about 22 years old. 5 feet 8 inches high. of a yellotw complexion, foarmerly belonging to said Aleunder ?loultrie, now ownued by Christopher Gandisden. Given under moy hand! and seal of the State, at Colutmbia, thme 14th duy of January, one thtousand eight hmtnIredt anad forty-three, and thes sty-seventh year of the Independence of ihe Uni ted Sialecs of America. JA MIES H.:I.UMMOND W. F . A a-r uun. SecretarJ of e.c Jan 24 3t 52 BY prmisionof the Urdin~iry of Edlte fildDstriet, I will sell on the 9th Feboruary next. at the l.ate resience of Mary Huarriqean, deceasedl. on a e.-edit until tle twenty-fi fth day of Descember next, all the perseaa property of gauid decease-d, consistitng of ten or iwelve Negroes, somie Soe or six hales Column, Corn. Fodldet. Utts, P'lantation Toots, lUouscehol.l and Kichen Furniture, stock of FHogs tand LCattle, some twelve or fifteen hundred pounds Pickled Pork. A: iho samec time will be remecd or d by consent of Legaters, the Piantation .t ch~I dleceasse. JAMES M. HIARRIISON, Adm'r. Jan 25 - - if - 5- 2 State of' South CJarolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. g Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esuire, ii Ordinary of Edgefield District. Whereas, James Swearengen. Sen., hath applied io mne for Leiters of Administrn-. tion on all and singular ihe goods and chat mels, rights and credils of Jesse Swear engen late of the District aforesaid, deceas These re, therefore, to cite and ad.no. ish all and singular, the kindred ad credi tors of the said deceased, to be -end appent herore me, at our ne.i Ordinary's Coour the said District to0 be holden at Edlgeftold Court House on the 6th February. 18.43, to show er~tuse, if any, why the said Ad ministr'a ion should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this 23d riay of January. one thou.uand eight hun dred and forty three. & in the six ty-meventhi year of A,erican Independence. 0. TOW LES, o. r. n. Jan. 25, 18.43. $2 12A h 52 State of auth ('arolinua. ABBEJV1LLE DISTRICT. Joseph Jacobs and Elizabeth hiawife,) A pplicant. vs., Elizabeth Finly and others. ITappears to my satisfaction that Ran-. dlFnyand C-'lh Finly, two of the Defendants, reside wi-hout the limits of this State, it is therefore Ordcred, that they do appear and object to the division or sale of the Real Estate of James Finly, on or before the first Monday in April, 1843, or their cieusent to the same will be ontered of record, DAVID LESLY, 0. A. 0. Jan8n. 51 11hE OTAGE ILE7 llS valuaible Family &tte is Grf4alO in this Village. by ' J. ). TIBBETTS. Frmm the following recomlmen-latinn4. it will be found that the above work is held in bigb estimation by some of tic met learned Divines. RIECOM M ENDATIONS. Frem Dr. James Milner, Recor if &. George's church. Ncw- York GENr.LEEN :-l have Cxamined the plan of your Cottage Bible. and consider the emendations and additions of the A terican Editor as having very much en hanced the value of that excellent work. My engagements do not admit oif my read ing it throughout, so as to ascertnin how far the Conmetsary may, in all its pawrt. accord with the sentiments which I itzvo been led to cntertain tin doctrinal subjects: but I have turned to many places, boths Q:' the Old and New Te-itament, and, fron ibch examination us I have been able, in. this way, to make uf a prt ofits content,. I have fliund reason to ronfide in the as suruance of tha Ameican Editor, that, while it exhibito and illustrages ihe essen iial doctrines of the Gospel, there is in it little a hic9n canl justly give offence to any Erange; acal denominaiions of Clhristia:is. l'be inertiou in tlh centre colutnt, or each page uf the references and annrgiual read sug of fte Polygloti Bible. the lacin1 of heasdings of contents to the chapters the introductory and cuocluding remsarks Io each book. the Chronologicul Index, mail the additonal Notes, are all unuariouion:d inpruvemnents of the work, a. originally published in Encland. As a cheap Commentary for the use of fanailic, and eoperially for :.arlfers or pu pils in Sunday School., the Conlage 1uub will be a valuas.le sstituie li a lutrger works, to the procurance of % hich, ahe'. ieans may noat be compeotent. I am. Gratlot5eme. your olb't. Serr't., JAICS 11IILNOg. r'rom Rrr. Dr. I!ri'wt. P0tfor of 1A. Con:rrp. tional Churh, B:ulgepurt, Cwon. Having exatintsed tile Cmiage ble , I rcadily recomimuend it to those w ho may wie foir a Cotsmentary on ilh Scriptures, us a useful and evangelical work. It em bodic- ituch illiportauit mtirmation. ;a-,d i< decidrdly orthodox in its exposi:ionea Uf tha cardinal truths of the Gosp, I. NATHANIEL lIEIWi'T From Rrv. J. Tac: -., rr I .nar I 3lethudeat Church. I3:ut p. :. -. I have examneri : .. . as puebihed i.; Ent~nad,.o-:. .. publi3er in .Inerirn. ami 0ae -I, ar ont te*.e ai it .-re than :wo y.1..i.,-:.. 6 recouutended it to ait,tsimate fr'ena l in New York, (a pubta-her.) to iaue an American cdition. J. TA CK. BE R It Y. From Rev James II. Linsky, Pastor oi the Baptist Church. in Miford, Conn. I have examitiined l ith atteutiun fri a few days, 'The Cottage Bible and Fun ily Expositor," and cheerfully recommerl it to every family, sabbath schuel teacher. and bible class, as it contains a valudbLb Commentary evidenly selecied a ith cart) from Gill. Henry, Scott, Dudbrid;e ani otLers, and tboughb the Engli6sh and.Ais ican editors are both Pe-dobispiists, they gi7e lcs pre-eminence to their own senti ments than is fuund in any .other or. tmentary extant. The tranlations arid marginal references. from nines of the Ptolysl'ii B ible, I esteem ss more valua blec thtan ibe commnentary itself. -An.d lastly. ifhe very law price at which the woirk is furnish'ed, renaders ii obtninable hev nearly evecry tc'npe-rate family itn the land With theage views. I am happy to seta: that I cansider it thte bsest book to ehenato the ,standard of biblical knowl!edge ins the commtuny at lurge that lat fallen uudei msy hbservation. Yo)Lrs. &C., J.0IE, I.i. LI.N~dJL E . Noaier. A LI. thsom. indleited to the Ect::te of .t.Johtn G;ooi~dl, deceasrd. wyill make immediate payment. and all tho~se whse have beaen act ing as Agensts for said! Johns Goode-ll, and have Alastm Spring P th i their ;uas-essioan, i ill deli er i-te cc, pay forw what th..y h-tz a d*. ~. l-ay, -as then Esture -nn11 . , vOfat' . the ad I i 1'roper~ 5. v'rr ier woiman, a gtood seamtstre,s, anhd ouri.-.r of Steer,. As, a smanll quantity of Fodt der, sold on a credit nrz~;l th~e twenty sevefrath day of Decuua.,rr naext. l'srrchi sers will be required~ to give nkot"s with alA proved seenaritae,. J.AIE, S IJAR R ISON. Adms'r. January S , : 51 &.ILE. r~11E'Subs.i~cer linA eli-posecd tore maove to llamhbtrg, will roceed to~ sell, at his residence, on Wednesday, tho f~rta day of February next, the following propety, viz: t wo first rate ridinsg (Uor gee, fudr young Mules, ne twd~ year old Colt, sired b:y .John Bascome; entire stock or Cattle and Ilags, Corn aa4 Fod d,.r. four or five thousand pounds'of Por Ik, one Bluggy; one first role Wagon, one Thrashing Alachine, one 45 Saw Gin, new, Farming Utensils, H ousehold andJ Kitchen Furniture, &c. Terms or Sale-A credi until the first day of January next, the purchsasers to give approved endorsed Note. ISA AC Tr. HlEARD. Jans 1S 2t* 51 Notice. E wvould respectfully inform onrfriendsa TV and the pu.blic generally that ave havo just received a well selected stock of~ Collis, Cassimeres, assd together with all othier articles in the MAirehang Tailoring Line, which we of'er at prices to sui the times. GOODE & LYON. Oct.1, 1842. 200O & 303 RINTIN12G O y Every deseriptison executed trith neatnessand despa teh,aa the Office of the EDGEFIE LDA DvERTISPR . .Woce. LL persons iudelted to the late firm of Bryan & Minor. who do not pay their dues by Sale day in February next, will find them in the hands of an Atorney for collection. B. C. BRYAN. Jan 25 3t 52 NOTICE. - A LL persons indebted-tortbe Estate of uBnjamin Lindsey, deceased, are re quested to come forward and settle their accounts by the 20h of February next, and those haviug claims against said Es tate, (o present them legally attested. A. LINDSEY, Executor. Jan 25 4t 52 FINAL NOVICE. LL perIon Indebted to the Estate of . -A. Dowd, deeassed, are request ed to come forward and settle their ac. cunts, as there cannot be lunger indul. gence given, and ihose having claims against said Estate will please present them legally attested. WM. BRUNSON, Executor. Jan 25 . - tf - 52 - NeT1CE. L L persons indebted to the Etrato of AWilliam Robertson, deceased, are requested to make payment by the 15th day of February nest, as the situation of the Estate will not admit of longer indal gence. JAMES ROBERTSON, ? DOUGLASS ROBERTSON. 5 E'" Jan 25 3t 52 J. D. TISBETTI, rOULD res.pectiedly informl the citi zous of Edgefield and its vicinity, that he has recently commenced the Shoe husitess for himself. and hopes Iy striet attention to business to merit the patrongte of the public. Vork done to ordcr, with neatness and despatch. All work sold by him will be warranted. l1 will sell flr cash only, with a diacount of ten per cent. from former prices. iiis shop i, to lie found in the North end of the Sture for merly occupied by U. A. Dowd. Edgelield C. H., Jan. 2.5 tr 52 Pleasant 11111 Academy. T lE Trustees ofi the Pleasant llil School re-spectfully inform the ptb. lie that they have engaged the services (): Mr. D. Witiz and Mrs S. DUSToN, for the present year. Mr. White takes chaara of the Alale, and Alrs. Dautun of the Fe. male Department. The School House ii situatel between the Edgelield and M1artiutown Roads. about three quarters of a mile from Duo toz:sville. The School is now in operation. and wvill continue until the 15th of December next The long experience of Air. White, an. the known accomplishments of mrs. Dun ton, warrant us in believing ihat those who may favqr them with their patronage will be well pleased with the moral nud mental profictncy of their childreu. The situation is pleasant, and the neighborbood healthy. Boarding in good houses ::ay be had on reasonable terms. TAXa3 OF TUITIoN: Per quar. Reading. Wrtio and Arilhmaaie, 63 0t) English Gramsear and Geography, 4 00 Plain Trigonometry and Pravcical Surveying, on the late and high. ly approved system of John Guntwere, - - - - & 00 Rev. B D). BROSON. WaM. 5R UNSON. Eti. JOEL ROPER, den., Trtes January 25 l0t 52A. T HlE U. S. DESTRICT COURT, DIstStCT OF SOUTU CaaoLttA. ( .IX IBANKRUPTCY1. W JIER E A. Thlomas M. O'Neal, merchant of Barnwell C. II., inth 8tate of South Cumoina, hath filed a per'i tion, praying that he may be declaredl a Bankrupt, pursuant to the Act of Cungre.es of thte United States, made, and now in force, concerning Buankrupts, and thatt he! may have the benefi of the said Act; thik is to give notice of the <aid P'enstion, atnd that a hieariug thereof will ho- had befo're thte lionorabl- Rotber B Gilchrist, Jud;;e of the uaiji Court, at a C"ourt tot be holdlen at the Fedei-al Court House, in Chaarebs. ton, on .llonday the thirienth day of Febt ruary next at 11 o'clock, A. M1.. a: which place and time all persons anterebted may appear and shew cause, if any shey h:mve, why the prayer of the said Petitioner should not be granted. Charkeston, 19th day of Jaquary, I14. HI. Y. G RA Y, Cleak. Jan 25 Ut 52~ THlE U. S. DJISTRlICT COUR T. DISTatcT of ZOUU CAaQLt.A. IN BA NKRUPTCYF. WHEREAS. Martin Posey, Farmer Wof Edgeield District, State of South' Carolina, batIi filed a Petition, praying that he may be dieclared a Batnkrupt, pur suant to the-Act of Congress of the United Staes, made, and urns in force, concern ittg Bankrupts, atihdt lie tsay have the benefit of the said Act ;- this is to give no tie of the said Petition, and that a bearing hereof will he bad before the Hlonorable Robert B. Gilchrist, Judge of tihe.said Court, at a Cott to be holden at the FedJ oral Court House, in Charleston, on Mon day the thirteenth day of February next, at eleven o'clock, A. MW., at which place and timte all persons interested ay ap pear and shew cause, if any t hey hav~e. why the prayer of the said Pezioner should Chrlson12hday ofJamwary 83. Jan.,25 31 52 Negroes for !!ale. TH E Subscriber offers for isale, threc LNegroes ; two are Gield hande. Any person wishing to purchase can get a bar gain, by applying to DANIEL gIRD, SEdgefield C. HI., Jan. 18 2i. 5I 4u1HlE Subscriber has on hand 6ive good) R eld harnd, and one woman and one girl to hire, for the pesent Year. EL DRED SIMKINS. Edefeed. Jhn 9. 1843 3t 50