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wSsdg,).u of Ine preacarra of S. C. Confer.
ence. for 184-3.
CMAuLssto~s DIsTbac.-R.J. DoydP- E.
CUaLasroN; Bethel. 1W. Ias; Trin
ily. Jas. tqtcy : Cmiberlanl, W. C. Kirk
land ,S.James, J. Nipper.
Black Swamp;; J. W. Whe!e-, W. G.
Walterbere; C. Norchiio::, W. A. BasI.
Orangeburg; D. G. Mc=aJil. D. J.;
Cypress; J. W Welbarn, L. Litle.
Cooper River : L. Searborough.
Misionw Baenfu-, T. E. L:dbetter,
A. M1 Christberg.
Pocualigo ; A. J. G-ceu.
Comabakee end .3lapuo ; J. R. Cobur-.
W. H, !3m1ith.
P, Pw& ; C. Wiiron, N. Barj.
N. Santec; Satou-t Leard, 1. M.
Cooper Ricer Vissiun; A. Nettles.
Sarvannah Racer; M. Hubbins.
Cos.IeUar DIstPUCT.-N. Tally, P. E.
Cokesburry; W. Crook. W. Ii. Bru
Edgrfield; S. Dunwoly, W.W. Flem
Pendleton; D. W. Seal, J. E. Davis.
Greenville Station; W. 31. Waood.
Greenville Circuit; J. Mc~luckiu, W.
M. Kerr. Sup.
Usnion; A. 3cCorqudule, W. T, lar
Laurens; G. W. Moore.
Newerry; J. W.Zi:aimorman. D. Boyd.
Aiken 4- Hamburg ; I. J. Limehouse.
Barnwfil; J. H. Ctuandler. E. Eaddy.
Co.una Disrajcr-C. Btc-s, P. E.
Columbia Station; S. W.-Capcrt.
Columbia Circuit; W. S. E l ahum. One
to be supplied.
IViansboro'; J. Watts; J. A Porter.
Lancaster; J. R. Pickett.
Camden; C. W. Pritchard.
Darlington Station ; J. WV. Wi i;;tstmia.
Darlingion Circuit; J. W. Townteud.
Santee. ;1 - prin. A-. .1. Shipp.
MiSSions; Wateree, W. J. Jackson, W.
.Manchester; To he supplicd.
Pee Dee; W. L. Pegues.
Congwec: S. W- ' ownascad.
WI'uINtGTO DIsTaICT.-H. A. C. Wal
ker, P. E.
Ifjibington; Witaitefoird Smith.
Smithrile; C. S. VauLcr.
Cowayboro'; W. C. Clark, J. F.
Bladen; J. MI. McPherson, N. Goude
Black Ricer; S. D. Laney, W. Carson.
Georgetown; T. H uggins.
Faettecilc; B. English.
Marion; A. M. Fotcr. A. W. Walker.
Missions: Black River and Pec 1A -, T.
S. Daniel, L. O'Neal.
Iraccamaw Neck; J. A. Minick, S. P.
Sampit; P. A. M. Williams.
Cape Fear ; H. C. Turreutiue.
CnzaAW DISTaic r-D. Derrick, P. E.
Cheraw; C. A. Crowell.
Rockingham; J. U. Authony, J. Van.
Chesterfield; A. Woyle.
Wadesboro'; W. W. Durrant, J. Tar
Centre; S. Jones; A, fluckabee, S. W.
Montgomery ; J M, Bradley, J. Parker.
kep Rter ; H W. Raeardson.
Cumbrlatnd; U. McLeod.
Pleasant Grove; W. A. McSwain.
LTscoL-TOt DiSTaIcT-W. A. Game
well, P. E.
Charlotte Station ; W. 1. Mlouzon.
Charlotte Circuit ; J1. L. Potter.
Lincolnton; A. B-. Mc~uilvary. Oue
to bc supplied.
York; P. G. Bowrman.
Spartwbng ;Z. W. lBarn-:s, M1. Mi
Ruthe'rfordton ; M1. A. McKibben, J. C.
SheLby ; WV. C. Patterson.
Morgantton ; G. It. Tally.
Lenoir; II. E. Oghurn.
The next meeting of the Conference
will be held in Georgetown, to commence
ont the 8th of February, 1544.
The following statenacnt of the Religious
population of the United States is said by
the Rochester Democrat to be derived from
various sources, several of which are au
I'resby terians 2,.175,000
Methodists * 20,t0
Roman Catholies 1300O,000I
E piscopalidans I,000,000
Dutch Refrmed 450o,000
. Dunakers -30,000
Growth of the C~hurches in Virginia -
It appears fromn statistics recently publish.
ed, that about 20,000 members were add
ed to the Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian
and Episcopal Churches in Virginia, dur
ing the year 1842.
The Vice Presidety.-The Legisla
ture of New Hampshire hating momina
ted the lion. Levi Woodbury fotr the Vice
Presidency, it is regarded by the. New
York Union. as equivalent to the nomina.
non of Mr. Calhoun for President. bv the
Granite State. From the present aspect
of things, Mr. C. promnises to be a nmost
formidable candidate before the National
In his Speech on Gen. Jackson's fusm,
Mr. Butler of Kentucky expressed the
following just andi true sentimitts:
I would much sooner trust the slaves of
my owa and or several other States, to
defend this nation in her darkest lhouqof
dleed than oneo half of that whining brw d
of sickly syanpathize.rs, who are utnit'pg
themnselvesj with foreign societies, w r4.i
sa psrpose is the destruction ot t lib
Union, under the specioaus pretence of
bettering the eondition of a class who, itt
all the essentials of ease, comfort, and
happiness, are inhnitely better off thazr
most. or .em,.. ..1.
The ill-istrated London News. after on
umorating ila titles and honors of his
Royal [Iigbess, the Duke of Sussex.
(ta hoe portrait is also given,) and remark
ing upon them with much point and clev
"But tMere is no dignity in which many
thbusaads of persons are' aore proud :o do
him honor than that of Gran-] .1.r of
or Englant' ant Willes.
T'e c !--:ters a:'e perha.is his purest nad
&best emil:lazo:a:m1t f. Ch:.nan rewamwn
t ey ar ia themtsel, es tee .. m!t.! tl . t
hi- r.Ardeost teso:lu:titl m:,11
rou::d-stion-1.1e mo1st widWe:y ex-ende" In
its iafluene:-the moiat eadurivr in it soa -
hil'.y- the uiost binJiv. in prin-isies Of
!ove and chari:y-:ae mn.at thoirou;;:ly af
fectionae in spirit, and ;.ef-vadcd with the
-vurmttvdL i.npuils.s of the ounaa bCat Of
all the speculbtion of r.atukiud fer prom"
tingp the svnpthics of t o#( untture, or aidl
in, to the critmc curtiwed pitannee of ana's
ha ppiiaess upon ea th. Mmlae anti u.re
do tl.: .cties .Ill-I virtues ot free mafon
ry i o , or rather inpatle themelfes
uism thn world of brethren whom it hn:s
gatertd within its r.lo.ious cir.:le. In at
imerguncica of difictilty -ad dantsg.-r--ir
W.A,. it) pjagu. in piriSOn -they ha;. stit
coed th avpcriics of syr:';ryv. and cael!ut
the cruelty of revetgn-!tey have scl ap
''Biothetr~nod" t :he si:-t of suce:r. :atl1
ia-le I e;ee sitwie ;it havoc, in LloodIthed,
af the rnor.tih o the cannon. n:d opon tht#
LuJte of :he swor-lMora life ha., beena
sac.l by free it.ansnrv-;t'ore asistane
retadered it di'.ttes anld miwtery-if-r
voilen: passions conquerel. iand tore :nad
ic; humwbled into bamiie than t y any ti..cr
foa-dsiAin short of th-: dis ine tcle of chtris
tiauity its.. To bie at the headl o1 -k)
grand, so vast, s-, widte-iprend. and pihi.
latbropaic an itstitttuitn in a nwl.thty court
try lilk our owi, i, ailost to hitld the
spring of tie fountaint froaa whih its
beauty ad its~. :.>es,. fltw... The Puince.
whose jot tr:sit is ,efore us. 11c:pi1 hat
unoble posiiou in the eyc-t of our lnalish
brolterhoed of free naasot, anad to tiLt:n
we dedicute it with feelin;-s of veneration
and rcslcrt. if it -howti take i. place or
find a record in the lod-cs of tie emapire,
we will rejoice in that little ''frce eaatturv
of our owa. which h~as %t tap itn tiae het:art
of excellent insti' htitas ile hunore.d like
nes o eir excellent chiief"-Qutbr(a G:.
Analiuamaion.-Thtc hill which wn-.
pending; ftrioaautimAae in the M!asiachuwe:s
S.egislaturc. to repeal the law a;ainst in
termarriagcs lhete cei the white anl liack
racecs, ha, recently passed b.tha lranich3es
of that bosdy. Il t6.0 1louse fte vtie stoo,
yeas 132. nays 11t absen: .5tt.
Frai the hailuving which %% e fiad in the
Nea York Courier, it will be seen that the
colored ladies of Mussa1chusetts do unot re
pard the subject itt so favorlc n li;ht,
and havc bcu anticipating rather fearful
"The wbite lady alolitionits of M1assa
chusetts, who are so desirons of obtaining
the priviledge of inter:narryi:g with ne
grocs, are lt going to have all things in
their own way in that State-uot by any
meaas. The sables have made up their,
minds to have something to say in the
business thonselves, and they are quite
right. 31r. Gibbons of Boston, recendy
presented a petition to -thi
signed by Eliza Uli6s and awenty other
colored damsels and anatronts, prayuttg that
the Legislature will not repeal the inter
marriage law. The petition stated, bays
a Bostota paper, that enlored maen, in such
case, woul marry whtite womten, atnd dis
pairin; of maatrimsonial f'elicity ; ulso that
colored men, ev~en ntow begin to 'hight.
their isives, white the tunmartied Leauax
are makinag arratneents to obtain whtite
wives to the great aajury and discomfort
of colored danusels."'
P4e Dee Beef-Mr. J. W1. Lilled al
Steer last wseek at hiss Pnanecy palatittatioan
io Mlarlboro' District. The nett wseighat
of his four qluarters was I,226 lbs.; hiede,
9G lbs.; Tullow, after it wvas dried up. 1:1
lbs.-Thec Sicer was u cross of the lDes o
and Diurhatt atoeks,--a beautiful red ant!
white speckled, ur-ar I0 haambs hi;;h, amil
of good lengttr. Thtis Steer had only tire
usuazl ptlantatihn fare othe other stock.
till the Ist Sept., wheno he was turnett itit
the corn-floid, where he had corna, peas
pumapkins, grasa and cane, at his will.
lic was put itnto the stall about the 1st
Dec., and red what he could eat of cura
peas, and rudder, till killed.
I I153HuLafaO Feb. 21.
Cor-ros.-Thte tnarkea remaniins the
santo, as at last week's notice. We per
eive however some dullness, owiug, per
haps, to the expectat~ion of latter accont..
from Furops. Prices range to~-day, from:
4t to Gh cnts ; pritncipal sales 4.1 to 51
ets. A chioice article: will bring 6j tt.
There hans not heetanamuch in to-day und
yesterday, otn ac'count of ste election fo r
a member to, Congress, and thec rain whicha
FttE:Gns.--All cotton for Charleston by1
the rail roadl, is taken at 25 ets. pter butt
dred pounds. Thtere are no btoats runa
ning~ to Charleston at tlsis time To Sa
vannah, 40 ets. per hale.-Jeotraal.
AUGUsTA, Feb. 23.
Renanrks.-As will be seen itt our col
unans of this day's paper. a few days la
ter advice" htave been received from Liv
erpool. There was no change in that
market in the price, of our staple. Those
advices are however favorable, as tey
represent a steadiness in operations which
is preferable, ina the present condition of
the cottn markets, to fluctuation of a
downward tendency. T1hey will-have the
elect of maitainting present prices'here
until we receive account, to the -'Ith of
abtis miontha, expected in a few days by the
Couon.-Thae recelipts since our last re
view htave been moderate. The demand
conittnues firm, at the prices qjuoted last
week. Maucha activity in the better tgnalhi
ties, which seem to en:;nce itn a greater
d--re, th atenton f operato.s. Tri-e
sales tba:n ite~. been effected were at pri
ce ragn rm44t 5ens principal
COLUM BIA, F10U. 23.
COTTOW. -The artic!o has coatined to
:ono in .tnoderately. and been prodptlg
net by purCbasers at rates ranging from 6
o 64 ccnls, extremes-principal sales at 5
1 6 couts. Thero appeared to be more
mnimation in the market yesterday, ofte
ho receipt of the Liverpool accounts by
he North America. than for several day1
,elore, but uo improvement in prices.
CARL:STON, reb. 25.
CO-rTo.-Rcce"vd lthe past weeli
'51: hlcs Uplands. viz: iy Water 5it2S
m.i. i Road 367 I.ileS and bN
bn~a4.a: tia. E~eartedl in same
Iime 1147.i [tales, leaviig ou hand i
.hiping steek of "1V% La., e..etusivo ol
t761a0 .caipboa eot elenred. Ti ope1
.nti.. 4f tti weak n:ave been very limi
cd, and as will t-e perceived. couniued tc
uit ive das. The laily transactioni
vere likewisn very irregular anti rau aa
'lljws: oa Suartinv 2a3 bales, oc
Iluuday 542. on Tlauv'lra 1637. or Wed
leslay -.:N, and on T:u-sday 657 bales
Forner rates ire were ianfnmeed. wert
g.eeral!y obtained .y holders, although it
ant iu.tancar partial eecae.sionas wert
nodl ist'ort- cal~a:-ou be etec:ci. Yes
vrd.) natuinags. mail brought us the neaw
I the arri-al of the steaaacr Acadlin a
lostuu, wit Liverisoul Jates to Ohe 3%
!at. N- Iettvrs h ,a:ver were received
From exIrc: ) by the ppers we note :
Icelme.: . hlatht mazar ket ot fron jd a a o:
1ices1 quo;.!d by hJe Britaana at the sti.
wh'.ch the Cincta uews croaaed there ia
he Colton niaarket. In consequence al
urther tranaiacitioin in our market wera
oe,;; sed, att.!$Iwe heard of but two biamal
ot of aboui lte :lnit: bei:n !isp~used u
yebterday to outr 1usowledge at fully a de
dinei of j a i cents;. At sfat a geuera
Joeclite the naaket will evei'u:ally ope
is ditli.:ut at trtee. It will in a grca
mcastre depend off aln . t dvices tay letter
unid then ptrobaibly tanke a daay or twio be
Pare hoiders and h-icrsi can mect. Tota
amauneaat oft!hc -.eck sale 5W2S bale at pri
res raa:;in;; Crom 1.j to 71 c,.-Ciurirr.
TI,! sifienf ti, dhal inds two terilling hearts."
Usa Thar.ular ee..ing, the 23rd lt.. biv th
ItV... .11. Chiles. .lr. ,L% Ia G.I lot-t.Aw^ .a
%liss NAycr CrTancirir. dtuglhica of Bulk
Willias, all of this Da-ta irt.
O BITiUA RY.
Died aa the t o irvniry, in, the 75:
ve:ar of her a;e.. M:<. ..-n Ks auifls. Wile I
avilijama K:na.,rd. tarr.. E..of als destric
Tie decea-d. was the subtject of aficti.on1 fL
the h.,t tikesa or twenty yearsl of her an, asa
for the. laat -ew ye% a rous toler deailt.
tops ter .iiht. toetth.-r with severe bodiiy inf
seitces, confaiaed her alaaot eantireiv at hon
-or twclv - r tlsiraeen vere 'lsh i:s-l een
amaemtaber of the llatiat Chuirch. dtting whic
timea Abe t:aneatehi ;reat zeal far the seucce,
and ..iread oftlhe Go.s'el. and 1.%-r li.r :nd cot
% ers.1t.,4an proved cle.arly to all aronal ther. i
with whoae .4t lead an 'acquaintinaea, that lit
faith w. t -I genuaine char:,ct-r.
In the several relations orlifeshe acteJ lae
p-rt wvalh faithreiloca's and sicerity, being a
Offuctionate wife, a Irud and duatming aowthel
k ind nud hospitaile as a neighnor. always ans
jous fur the welfare of her frieais, and cvp
cially those around her. Ier Last illtebs a
though nacouuWony Fever) was borm. wil
truly Chriian foritnde.for she pe Jdly e
pieied p resignation to dilath. a 'a perfe
wilinane., its ieave tis wortJ or snrrow au
aiHictinat; sIe prayed only for a mitigation t
her saacffering, but desir-d not to live. HA
maar.y virta--a at arealy worthy of imnitatina
nhtichs chould aadeed be a saoaurce ofu mneh cot
uslationl to hcer irienas nad relatives, and cspe
ci.eliy aouher aged amsi scanchl dirseed hushane
wvho shoauld macat etoracw a one without haopi
baut shaould recollect ata thoese. thsat date in ti
l.ordl are aiasndcantly hIlessedj, a we readl thai
-- heyca.e from tiear labouras ane thiacr worn
folloiw thems." Maaeb we are tuand to beliet
a% thae happcy let oif our dcerased freind.
II;: oe' .ire.
T !i' Subtecraber wishlees tu hire ouat tlh
o. r fur Negras aaen, for shet enrrenft y.-a
MarcIa I 2t 5.
(N Tuesday night last in the Cost
''ionsea, a small Lied Parse. conatair
ine a aial sum of Moaney. The finda
will receive a anitable reward by delivei
in;: it a this Office..
Marcha 1, 1 5
-To Bridge Barildersi.
4 lRlDGli ao lbe Built across Edisti
twere then Williamt 'osey firidge no
etands. unid theat the Bauildinag said Dordge be I
to thec lowect liidder at la.dgefield Curt lios
oun the tier~t Monday in A pril next ; althinlri
ito be bauit of gnod ateriacls. aned w:irranted
be kepet ina god repair fur seven fears from i
time i: is veceived: ilee Bridge teo be complee
by the far~ Mondnyn inc October next
.LEWIS IhO.MES, Clcrk.
March 1 4t f
.Tax Collector's Notice,
I will attend at the following plaSces
..collect Taxces, foar the year 1842.
On Saturday.* Marcha 4ha at P'owell's.
-- Monday,' " 6th, at Hlatcher Pon
-Tuesdlay, 7th, at Itadge:
-Wed'day, 8th, at Moore.:
-Thurglay, - th, at Mt. Willing
"Friday, ~ "ltha, at Pemarys;t
-Saturday, " lIah. BI. Richardlson
& Weddesday, of> Edgefield C. I
Court, at I
- Thrsda, "16th, at Allen's:
-Fridlay, " l7the D.Rhichardsona
*Saturday, " 18th, at Towles:
-Monday, -20th, at Smnyly's:
-Tuesday. -21st. at Bunton':
-Weud'y, -22d1, at Sheppard'a
"Thursday, ". 23d, at Shadachs
-Friday, "~ 24th, at Liberty lii
-Saturday, 2.5th. at Titcher's:
-Monday, " 7th, at Vance's:
-Tuesday, "' 28th, at Gieger's:
-Wednesd'av, 29th, Dleaab landma
-Thursday, -30th, at ifawleurg
SMonday, A pril 3d, at Edgefield C. I
A fter whaich time any Books will becek
ed forathae presentlyear.
B. F. GOUiEDY, T. C. E. D.
March 1 St 5
4 L persons indle'.ted to us oan accouc
Sduo thet first of .January last, are a
quested to comec and settle up. WVe ha
ti pay our debts.
GOODE & LYON.
t..aet ert 3
MR. GEO. H. STARING, Professor of
Daning, Pupil of Mr. Wi. Whale,
stmawii Hall, City of Albatiy, N. Y.. presents
his respectful compliments to the citizens of
Edgefleld aid victuity, and beg. to irmi
them that he designs opening a SC H OOL at
the Planter's Hotel, for the instruction of Mai
ters and Misses in the polite artof DANCING.
Particular instruction will be given to the
youth intusted to hi6 care, in manners and
politenes. He will also give lessons in Dan
to young Ladies and Gentlemen. Days
of fsltirt. Wednesdays and Saturday*. from
2 to 5 o'clock P. bl. for Ladies. Masters and
.lI j.s, and fron:I to 9 P. M., for Gentlenen.
P'rava:e LCous given on Tuemdays and Fri
days. The School will he opened otn Saunr
,iay the -1h InAst at 2 o'clock. P. M.. if it is to
be sustsined. For terims. %ee ,mdbstcription.
which is now bpen fur the reception of submcri
ber% names, in care of M. E. C. Reotu,-. at
the Hlotl; Citizens who are iater.,ted on the
occasion. will confer a favor 1y sending iIn
their names or subincribing them at the earle.'t
otiportunity.O C6mmunications addessed to
a. S. at the Plaliter's Hiotel, will wect with
prompt attention. Any of the followinr Daiscie
will Le taught. in.: Spanish Dance, Cotillion,
SpanislhQitfdrie. &c.&c. Mr. Starig will
prtuduce. if regtiex:ed to di so, itsaonials ""
to eualificasGons and character, from geantlentela
of te highest respretability. anmong whom he
ha. the pleasure of naing the hunofablh K
11. Morns, Mayor of the City of New York.
To obviate tle erroneous opinions of maney.
who are averse to Daimeing. he begs to submit
to their consideration. the following passage4
from writers of tie frat eminence on eda
ion. asty more tight be added, but those
are suffic.ieas to ahow the high estimation it
witich Dancing is held by writers hocie !pi
uions merit the highest respect. The opimon
of the immortal Locke is, estimable, as it cleai
ly shows .the iimoriance tha that great ntan
r auncbed to Dancing at, a gentlemanly accom
1lishment, and as a pritary introdUction iutO
- Dancing. being that which gives grnefiil
unm1tian to all our linabs, and. abote all things.
usanhmsas~and a becuuting confidence oyoung
people. I think cannuot be learned tbu esriy.
Noothitng appears tit me to gire Voting ' roplo
iso much coi-fidence, and behaitoilrIt. ufod Id
raise theffi to tie con*eridtion of those dhofc
then yeari, as Duneing."--Lor/:c.
I must acknoeledge that I can see no rea
sumt t'r declamation Against the moderate and
discreet use of Dancing. it scetn to me there
cas be use impropriety ii it, any osre than in
modiulating the aoice into the waait agreeable
tons in sin;ing, to a bicl. sidue, I tr1nk. will
L object. What is Danctinfg. In tle Moldt rigid
r sense, but the harmony of motion rendeted
more palateableI Awkwardmess. ustivity. un
graceful gestures. can never surely be merito
riouso."-flurdgee's &ermouts to Yrong Wm94.
Dancing is now so universal, that it cannot
I ie dispensed with it tIe education of a gentle
of wonsain. It is indeled botlh, useful and orna
.amentul: as mt forms aid istrengthens tle body,
r and imuprova the carriage.''-Mrs. Chapokc.
! - Dancing ought not to be continued so as to
e fiitigme. expoture to cold ouglt to be carefuliv
r. guarded -galast.'-Dr. Caarars on halhfd
a 'Dancing 14 a most wholesoute exercise,
i both fAw the mind and body, but avoid excess
.. iii it."-.;edical Adeitser.
1- *- Datitig as a fashiomable accomplishment
rof Lioth ees, dd doniributes to ftmn the boly
r to :raceful wiotiou."-'-.Dr. !'afts.
u THEs M. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DtsTtcFT or SOUTH CaaoL1NA.
I5 BAN KREPTCY.
SE Daniel Ho t, leelhanmie,
Slyof Ne X now of A b
tfiled a paying thit he may be J.
clared a akru , purant to the Act of
r Congress ofthe W. States, made, and now
in force, concerning Bankrupts, and that be
'may have the benefit of the said Aett this
m. is to give miotice of. the said Petition, and
!, that a haearin- thereof will be had beforb
,the Houorable Robert B. iichrist, Judge
e of thbe said Court, at a Gouit to be holen
at the f'ederal Court House. in Char'es
tuu, on atoonday the twentieth day of
0March nelt at 11 o'clock, A. BM., at which
* place and time all persons itterested wnay
appear aand shew catise, if any they have,
a why the prayer of ihe said Petitioner
r. shold tnot he granated.
Char leston, 23rd diy of Fe~bruary, 1843.
II. Y. G RA Y, Clerk.
mli.rh I at 5
E ~ SHA LL SELL, at pibic outcry, at
rV Edgeield C. II., o'n Tuesday the'l-fth
-of Marcha next. (being the seco'nd day'of Court.)
on a credit of one aind tWo yeais. that valuable
Pf~anmatton on Dehaverdasn Creek, in this distrie~t,
- contaihng 86~3 acets, more or less, owned by
Jo RI. Sitskin, deceased
NWILLIA'M J. Sf[3fKfNS'.
fl Feb. 16' S 4
0 FiOM the snbseribet, mmin near
e loud's creek, ini the naeighbo'hnad
ofCbamnan's Mill Edgedeld D~istridf,
my Negro'man JOJI N, whom I pui.
c'hash of nmy fathler a few weeki ago,
inyther pulichased hizin from a spe.
colataW.from Virginia. John said he
was ramsednear Richmond, Va., he is aboist 21
0O years of ageabout 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high.
of light compleuion, and has a scar on the cor
ner ofhis lef eye ; is a stut weit made iGllow.
1. full faced, .pasquick when spoken to. ,He
had on whs he went a'way a fur cap,-a Crown
ish ejoth deat, andf panta1oons of course grey
coh tis mute lieybei n to get back
t to iil. I will gi e lifle reward to any
:confit hie i any jail in this State, so that I
get him again, and if brought home all reason
The speculantorfromn wheth'he was purchased
writes hisi nam Andrew Lee.
1prees Reucda sie
.Edgiueld Boo andl Shioe
- oe'rosalr, lamoa srtsa'v'ona.
.'tibsiber respectfully informs the
muei In general, that he haa concluded
treuehsformer prices on coarse SHOES
His prices in future will be for plain stitdeae
down Negro Shoes, $1~ gj2
For coars pegged Shes 1 25
All other kinds of work done pr'optr~~ioihably
-- ekApu. The different Shoes, &ic.all warranited
lIe willalso keep costanmilj ah hand, ready
ts mnadl Bridles, Wagon Geer, and Soles, Ulipei
*. and Harness Leather. all of which be will sel
,e low, for Cash, or ons short credit'to ptmnctual
Good Hides bartered for as heretofore.
Feb. RI. L. GEARLTY.
State of South Carolina.
1XITILL BE SOLD, at thejhou4o of de
. fendant, on Thursday the 9th day
of March, at I o'clock in the forenoon ol'
thai day, the following property viz:
One fine Sideboard. one Table, one ma
bogaily do, twelve Chairs, two Looking
Glasse", one lot of Crockery Ware, two
mahogany Card Tables, Shovel, Tougs
and Andirnn-", and various otber articles.
is. CHlRISTIE, s. z:. j).
Feb. 21. W8:3 ($2 25) c 4
State of Soutli Carolina.
TU j'oreclo:ure of
The FEitetors or Aj~rtgage.
I I. %I. Culier, dlee'ed.0
1l L b4- so _d at Eiae.Gelli C. lrot,.%e.
on tle first Mou ay in .',iarch rext.
in the.above stnted C.ene. : be lflowin, ne
nroes, viz: Cloa, Prri-sto. Ilurt.D,. k. .%.
fred, Ben. Honry, Jouin. Uralb. anod nua
infant child. One of the negroes isi age
blacknnih. . .
Tcrns or SIlc Cash.
s, cilRieTIE, S. E. D.
Feb 13. 184 $2 25 :3 3
State of South Carolina,
Howard & Garuany,
L. & 1I. P. Subcr.
W ILL IE SOLD in the Town of
..Hamburg, at the bnose of defendant.
on Thur*iay. 9th of March. at ' o'clock,
the following property, viz: nte Dray.
one gig and larness, Ifousehod & Ki:ch
S. C1HRISTIE. ..t,
Feb. 20, (S2 2-.3) 4
State of South Caroinia.
Willian, n'jljon, )
es. Billfmar Parinn.
F.li abeth Todd ~.others.
I appear. to mlly satisfactiomn thia
Caroline~ Gripsley. Whitfiedd BS.,zeon1ai aid
Fwelne lis witp, Toliser Towles snd Sated.
And his doile. Albert Rubetono, mannurlmi
Wlahon & thrlott Isi., %ife. Andeorrson Sanme.
andl Cornmefiddd wutit. Marf. t d.suithter oilMa
ty Brown. d,.eeaed. wihmm. las iterm:arred
with momre one unk :Mnit. lroy Bibo i. uimd
Danaiel Gent and Niutiy his t ire. drfendanmts.
natied ins the said bill. are. and reside emsout
the liits of this stste: Ordered. that tie said
defendants resecilvely, del appear, plead. an
is er or demur, to tile said bill, witlin llmhre
mointilis from thiis date, or decree pro conlfet o
will be rendered arainst thenl .
Ii. A. JONES, c. E. A. V.
Abbeville. Feb. Id. 1613. 3w 4
State df S6Utit Carolina.
B Y LAVER TOWLES, Equirc,
Ordinary of Edge6eld District.
Whereas, Giles Lartin, htaib applied tc
me for Letters of Adnainistration, de boni:
' the wiWtutk eaan
credit. Uf Edward Coloman, late of t
District aforeaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, tacite and admon
ist all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors ofthe said deceased, to be anti appenm
befute stre, at our tiext Ordinary's Co'sur
fur the said District to be sioleti at Edge
geld Couhtflouse of: the 13th of .Marei
1843, t6 shaw canlne if anly, wh ly thi
saidl Administratiou, should tnot 1)e granted1
Gliven. untd-r mli haude and scal ibis l70
day of F~eb. onie iho~usand eight hundrelru
and forty-twso, anda int the sixty-senad
year of Amecrienn ?ndepenidence.
Feb. !2.18S44. [ga2 124] j t d
State of' South Cal-olinia.
DY OLIVER TOWL Es, l'oui.r
13Ordinary of Edgprleld Diatrict.
Wherees, Charles Duncan hath appies
to taue fur Laiter's of Admzinistrationt de bonmi
nont,on all anid singular the goods, an~d chla:
tels, rights and crelits of Allen E theredge
late olithe District aforesaidl, deensed.
These are, th'etefore, tu'cite and admntn
labialiano iugulay, thte kindred antdcredi
torsol'the said deceased, to bend' appea~
before nme, at our nexl Ordinary's Count 1o
the said District to be houldeat at l-'dgeihI
Court House on the 13th March, l81.1i
to shon' cause, if any, why the said .
ariulstrtti'on sho'uld tiot be gran tedl.
Given unader any band and seal this 17t1
dag of ('ebtruary, one thousoand eight hun
dredl and forty three, & in the sixty-bevenat.
year of Aameaican ludleptdence.
0. T1OWLES, o. i:. a.
Feb.22, 1843. ($2 124) b. 4
State of' Soutir Car'olina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire
Oriary of Edgefieldl District.
Whe cas, Willia-n Murrel, hatbh appliie
to me for Letters of Admnistradon~1 en al
and singular the goods and cb'juals, righti
and credits ofJesse McClefldon,lato of th
District aforesaid, daceasedj.
These are, therefort?, to cite and admrot
ish all anad sirtgul~e lbs kindred and credi
torn of tho said de~ceased, to be and appca
before mne, at our next Ordinary's Coun
for the s-:Ad District to L:a htoldena at Edga
field Court House on the 13'th 3March. l68&
to a'now cause, if antj, why the said Ad.
r~ainistration shourf nut he grantted.
Given under mjy hand'and seal this 17t
day of February, one thousand eight lin
dred atnd forty three, and in the sixty s
veth year of Armerican Indepenidence.
r Fe. O, TOW L ES. 0. a:. D.
Fe. 0.183. [$2 12] 41
LLpersons having demands agaim
hes ese of Robecri Garrett, dee'dI
will please ;prement them duly attested,
Ihe subscribers, and all personas indehtte
tO said estate will make immediate pay~
JOHN W. GA RRETT, and
JOHN A. IHOUSTON.
Feb. 16 -n
B Y mutual consent, we shall jefiti
Public Auction, comimencing Ttl"
day the 7at or March next, our entire Pio.
teraviile property, both real and personal,
consisiiing of foaur Negroes, v:z. three Tur
ners und one Wa;;oner. thirteen Blules,
ono saddle 1lorse. ihrce atrong six unIle
Wagor.'. amt liaruess, one first rate Iwd
hi,rb W at.on, wte set W1.acksmith Tool.
atock of Stotc Ware, Brick and Tyle.
Corn, Fodder and flay; stock of Goddo.
consisting of lonespouns. Sugar and Cof
f-e. Iron. Leather, Shocs, White Lead,
On a credit fill 1: Jan.uary, 1814.
J. GliIS & CO.
Potter-il!e. Peb. J3. IS.1j. 3t .3
St-ate of South Call'oina,
IDG)F -:FILD) DISTRICT.
PI:dcv Rhode.n & uthers, Deft's.
l' ~iweriug tu siv matisf~Action thaL
A hal Rhodeu. and Wiliam Ihoden.
ttj o of :e defenzdanits in the above stated
aa, resii: bemuri;.he liminsof this State.
It - . ereircel. that tlhey 'appear
amI odec I r.e :'itin &r sale Uf the
r'al emae o! ''6 -'en. d"e'd. on or
before . i- r-,': of'.lay ntem. or 0hcl
cosen:u! to a:.. _- j. Y L.:, cutered of re:
Fe.bb J2i ~2
State f Souith Carolina.
JoseIh JdClob undII1L Elizzbeth: l1'Xife,
A pillienul. vs.
Elizabhace Finl y and thers.
IT sippears to my ,.atisinction that Rail
del Fi noidgand Calel Filh. iwo of the
Defealantai. rt .tide wi-hoLui the linmitll e'
this State, ii is therefoure Ordered. that
they Ito aplt-r 141d Iject tm the divisions
or ->aleof Ihe Re:l! Etate of Jaitcs F:11ly,
oi or lefire hei: first 3ontjd:oy i-4 April,
I,43. or lw;r cnien to ihe Satle i oil bo
cr.lured uf r-eord.
D.\VID LE 0Y . A. r,.
Jam IS 'N11 5 1
A . perge.n, idehlcl-eJ i the cstato ol'
.A.il a Wimteiosh, t~edare re
ga ltea fn:mke immlnediate payment. as
thr: cndition of :i.e cmate is such, (hat it
% il n ndli it oaf itai -nee:. .
) IVLII TOWLES, Ordinary.
Fel. I u' I
A Lt. peren .debted to the eale -- Win.
. J. '.,er. dec'l.. ether by Note or
Bliok Arenaut. core e.-iiegeteal tu Come forward
aml setlte wil Captlains G. If-JANo. With whomua
the Note. anud Acconais are deposited for cul.
lectiin. A lon;;er i ndul-enice calot be given.
thiose wi-ling to save cost will do wall to avail
Iletches of this opportunity. as the Note*
and Accaunts. vaill be pnt in the hands of an
otlicer lfor collivetijon. without reospect tu per
sons. Thow having demands agnansft the sad
estate are reolue.ted tu hand theu in. legally
e'll.fRI3 j. GLCVER, Exruder.
Dec. -.i 4d tf
A . NIEW MTORE.
A I;ARGE & SPLENDID STOCK?
OF DRY GOODS-Cheupfor CaA.
-' HARLES SANFORD, late wholesild
dealer in the City of New York. Ilas ta
ken a Store next to Mr. 1aunter's Hotel, in
Ilanburg. S. C.. wherie ie las taken his entirv
Stock of Dry 4o1s,4i.
To which lhe would respectfally invile the at
teatihm of those wishi' any article in his'line.
feeling e~;nufidenat tbat the ceapnecss ofhiagood4
' amin: Ihis ptock. My onl~y ehj,-ct being to dis
' por of mny Stoc:k. lbut little us aao advanco f'roa
c istc-t wiltlabe aasked. '
.Conuntry .ierch~an, will find Guoods at New
a Yo'rL p sicet tI.esho LIVN la~ce.
CII 'il.ES SA NI'OR D.
llmai.Norr. 5. :'-42- if A l
State of South Carolina.
7I1.\l~s .J. illl;LKIt, living fotrr
m niles abcove Liberty iatti on the Stage
road in this D~i-trict. Tolkb. efore tn' a
small chiesat sorrel llor.e, live. feet hignh,
ai louxa star in, his foerehlead. ight hind feoot
white. a hIem~ishi ine hai eve, slg'ed all round,
somie saddle mark, on his tmek. about eo
tfen years oXd, rsacks or puce:. under ulho
,A ppraise-I I:) Sasnelerc C. Cohmh, 5. F.
,te'phieas zind .'. ft. SnaeIgruve, to ie Wort
thiistv aldoa. , orl
- .M Ti..agistrato.
r Feb. . h13 at 3
'I State ol' South Carolin,
-j IN TIIFE L'OlMOX I'LE'AS
'- Trespass, Attachment
11E~IIF Pleeaf-.dhas ing flled his declaration
E.in my .,flice auC~nnst thce said defenadant:
Ordered -.t the defenedantt do appcar anid
pale'ad thereto waishin a enz and a dsy from the
bIline tat the sname,. 'atherwise. fulOA judgment
wdle awre iinst lhinm.
"ilJOIIN F. LIV.ING.STON, C. C. P.
Sept.% l y 31'
I State of SouIth C'arolina,
, IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Jon . \Attahent, Asaumpsit.
Wm. 31. Cj'eswell. )
73 'E Plaintitf leaving filed his declaration
i. n my aflice againat the Defendant whaoas
r withut thme limits of Staie. Ordered that the
-! said defcendant do appear ad plead thereto
.within a year and ai dlay from: the filing @t the
siame, otheurwise final jndgoment will be awar
dedi aigaimnst him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
i Cherk's etlice Sept i4. l1 j.
Sept. 29 ly 3
State or Souith Carolina.
IN TIlE COMM.tON PLEAS.
W. E. Wilsaon, Ex.
vis. ixn Attachwerat, Debt.
it 7J1Tl. Ilaintiff having fied hi. dedtaration
, inmy oliceagainst le said efenedant.
o) who is withiont the limits of the State-: Order.
a ed that tihe said efendant do appear and plead
. thereto within a year and n doy (roma the ilin
ofthe samnd othearwise final jadgmaent will by
J0O1iN F. LIV'INGSTON, C. C. P.
Cl' Otic !-t Sp. 8