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VOLVM V111 - EDEi|E.n ADVERTISER W F. DURSi0 ROP1U.REOR. TFE RMS. Threegonlersper ai,'in paid in ad.. -Three Dottats and Filly Ce:ot. if nt, pai bofoe the expiratin orsix Mouths fIrorn t date at Sobscription-end Pour DoCari irfis paid within tweive Montha. Subscribers on of the State a imased t pay in advce. No sobcriptioo received for les than on gv r, end no perdiscontinuedwuntilallarreas ages iae *pai, eept at the option or the Put usber. All spleariptions will be continued anles otherwise ordered befon the expiration of th year. Any person procuring Sve Submeribers nt becoingresponsiblefortebameshalhrecei the iz copy gmstis. AdeeIsmens cons ieonsl jserted at 62 cents per square. (12 ie, or ,) for etira inerteo, d 431 ents, for each contiutatiee h 'blisepoblibod ,othly. or qarterly will bN chwe $1 per square for oc" ineernon. Ad werde..c s having the nutber of imer .. t.ns arked on them. til be contimned ani ' ordeed out. and charged aeczdiney. All Job work deae for perons living atI atstance. qaet be paid Car at the in tb wori is done, or in payment neared in the ilge All communicationvaddreffl*d to ilie Editor, ,wetpaid. "aD be promptly and strictly ne.:1. ed wo. -At of Letters R FJ!AINING in the Post Office at Ege. feld C. H on the,3lst day of Mardb A Attoway. William Ardis, C. W. Addison,a Mi AmandaAllea. Maj. J. C. Andrews W. B Burkhalter, Ealam 'Bodley. Thomas Bird, Elded U. Blocker. Mrs. Benjamin. Dr. E. A. Bartee. John Bawd, George Belgers, Rev. John Bramon, Mathew C Claybrook, W. E. Coahron, Wale S. Curson, M Ceckeroft, B. Candler, Carter & Yelder., Culbreath, Lewis Claig. Jafemiah Chapnan, John Corner. J. 0. Coleman, Col. W. D Dinwiddy, Samuel Dogge. Henry Dard, Dr. C. Denny. Col, D. Min Julia E Edin, Wal. Etbridge. William Entes. Peter English, James Eldridge, Col. S. F *FMenijg. Rev.W. HBFreackaer,John Farf ohn. Farguson, Thomas Galphi, George . Gardner. Samnet a Geeihy , .- G egr. Doct. GrlWiej. G ,Richard 'QGover, Wiley . Grifn, J. Juar. H . Hill. Mary Harden, W. C. Hill. Martha Ha -e--su. JamNes Holsten. Ama. H Io an, Henry Hawse, law.. Hobbs. Miss Sarah lolter, J. G. Haney, 1sana Harris, Moses Janes, Benjamii Jackson, Rhody K Kirkland. Mis Eliza Key. J. C. Kiug. Bartley Eensedy, Rev.. W Landy. Mrs. Lewi, Mrs. Lowery. Coonrod - Lanher, C. B. Laew, Estate of Loveless, T. If. Lafton, Robert May, Samuel Mchane. B J. Mathis. W. H. Meeka. Briant McCain, Rev. A. Mitchel, Joel Moore. John Miller, Miss J. Martin. John F. XcDuffie. A. Mar IOwael Murray, R. H. Naiko, i= o .. Norris, William Odd, Wiiamar --P ~- Pardon, Jbn B Pope. ColC. P. Pesreon, Mrs.- . Peso, P.3J. W. Perriweather, Joseph Q Qnuu.bun, rohn, Roper, Joel Riddle. qa * RebrdonDaid Ranal John ~ Riso. Jehw Slow, William S mith, Thomaa Shp8 rdJme. Shaw,John Staham, Korshmafll'Boc Peter 2 Tucker, Ardiens 2 Turner, Henry. Tenent, Dr. Gilbert 2 Vernoif . G."A. .Vines, Mrs. Mary~ Vance,'Samuhi. as~nt ilea W ain r.Lon Wei as.i Claro- isi * WslgatevjiumW. - N. FRAZIER. f.N Ap 5 ( 60) 1a 3a . o for hSeisn sad seter d e abh SOOOD~ &LYN. r U SRERIFF'S SALE. Yvirtue of snodry writs of Fieri Fa cifs, 'will peoceed to sell at Edge ield Court House, on ihe first Monday and Tue-si-y ofMay dext, the illowing pr 4 - ttleberry reenman vs. Edmund At i cheson; Brannon &Manday va the sawe; t -osee Yowell' s the same; Branoon & Mundy vs the same; Benjamin L. Posey, S bearer, vi the same; William & James Balley vs the saie; L. B. Freeman and 'Henry Freeman, ufr Brennon & MAndy vs the same. George Henderson, & James S. Holloway; E. If. Chamberiain vs the Sante, James Yeldcll &P erry Holloway, a tract of-land. containing' ive hundred i acres. more or less, where Edmund At eheswn lives, also nine Negroes belonging to said Atcheson, viz. Milley, Maria, Ilan ab Frank, Pleasant, Jarret, Anerica, Newton, and Joseph. Watson Orews & Co. vs 11. L. May son & Co., and John McBride ; Widman & Dibbie vs the same; Trenholm & Ton linson vs the same, seven Negroes, viz. ' Rozena. Frank, Sarah, Eveline. John, Danicl. and Arthur, levied on ns the pro perty of U. L. Mayson. John ;. Moore vs James Golemnu nod 'Jubv Trapp, the tract of land where James IGulema.n livts containing fonr hL'udred and thiatyiAcrc, more or less. adjoinieg Jews MatheWs, John Golemau, and others. William Woodberry vs D. Atkinson; Steodmatan & Merritt vs ulie same; Book er Foster vs Thomas G. Bacon, J. V. Burgess, and D. Atkipson. eight hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of C. Gardner. Abney Whatley, and oth ers, the property of 1D. A tkinson. John Cothan, survivor, vs Elizabeth McMillau, the interest of defendant in Iwo I hundred acres of land, more or less. where A she lives, adjoining lands of John Trapp, and others. John Cotbran, survivor. vs James Me- 1, Miltan, the defendants interest in the above V tract of laud where his mother Elizabeth - McMillan lives, said to be two houdred 1 acres, more or less. Oliver Simpson vs Joseph Wonds; te William Dearing vs the same ; Peck & Dearing v the same; Huthbert & Roll, for the use of Thomas J. Waltots vs the same ; Benjamin H. Warren vs the same; m John G. Winter vs the same; Oliver m Simpson vs te same, one house and lot in " the town of Hamburg called the defend- S ant's residence, composed of three or four diferent log &i:n e- -b e rom the se to Shultz's Hill; one other house and lot on Centre street, with A two tenements, one occupied by F. 1. w Shroda.. the other by Messte. Hora. & 91 Newby; also two houses and lots on Mar- N ket street, known as the Negro trading place in. Hamburg; also, the interest of Joseph Woods in lot No. 321, formerly u owned by William Holmes. Jehu Mouchet vs Samuel Smith ; E G. Robertson, fur the use of D. D. Marvin vs the same, three hundred acres of land, more or less, adjining Henry Evans, and others. John I. Lamar, for another, vs John 0. K. ila, moond; Edward & John A. Sny der, bearers, vs the same; D. D. Plunkett. for Edward & John Snyder vs the same, the defendant's tinervst in a tract of land a lying on Horse Creek, containing eight s hundred acres, more or less, adjoining Charles LamarThomas Oliver, & others, V Bennet Perry & Co. vs Joseph Jay; n William & Simeon Attaway vs the samev; P The same vs the same; Daniel Wheeler, Sear. vs the same, one Negro. Bob. John Cook vs A. G. Leeke. William Wadkins vs the same; Allen Vance, hr vs the same Faller & Glenn vs the same; Two negroes, vis. 'Henry and Ehsex. John Cothran survivor vs A. Rt. Falk nor, fonr hundred acres or land, more or less, ad'jining lands,of H. J. Kemip, Ran- 2 some iloloway and others. Tilltman Watson vs 5. J. Miles, one E negro nan Scott, and sis mules. I Neil Balleugall vs M. S. Moseley, WV. W. Williams, R. 3. Moseley& R. Hian- - kinson, one negro, Mary, the property of Rt. Hankinson-. Edward Adams vs Ann Hull, one ne ~ro, Abram. George Long vs Jesse Shumpert, one hundred and Aifty acres of latnd, more or less, adgining Johan Sbampert and others. Lerms Cash'.' 8. CHRISTlE, s.E. D. A pril 7 ll 1 State of. South Carolina, ~ EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. ' . John Brisco James Morris & Gee. Henderson. TIL L besold, at bo house of George HViederaonin Thursday 27th A pril, Inst. the following property, via, onei Bay Meaaa-Colt, two Cows and Calves, tyro Beds, one lot of Corn and Fodder, and varinme other srticles.. Terms:Cash. .L-J CHIRISTIE, - s.- 3. April:10 tt($1:50) 3( I1 NStte or BSoidtCarolina. *DGFVIE-LD -DiSTRICT. , aituelCastledge ' ' - hL~e sold, at th-e house eft'dfele aoen Wedday :6tn Wor 'B-u--Wat ismsehion Fwrniture. ... - "J-. 4CHRISTIE. s.o ri State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Win. B. Hudson vs James Spann & Jefferson Vansant, TILL be sold, at the house of den dant Spann, on Friday,2811s April, inst. ihe fo llowing property viz. one Yoke of Owen and Cart, Stock of ijogs anti Calde. Corn and Fodder, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms Cash. J. CHNRISTIE, s. r. D. April 10 (SI 50) 3t i Ordinary's Sale. ILL DE SOLD. on Wedneqday the Wl26th instant, at tlh late residence of harles Finley. dee'd., all the persorial estate if said dec'd., consisting of 3 head of I laws, I bead orCattle, 27 head of Hogs, 5 -f sheep, 9 head of Get.e, Corti toad Fod-let, Jaconl, Seed 1otte.PIlaatton Toolso, House bold and * ..hei Fairnsit ure. &c. Terms mide known ono the day ofnle. OLIVER TiVLES. Orrlinery of Fdgegrd Du trit. April 10. 1843. if I1I Choice Family Medicines, Paints, 01ls, & Unudow GLASS. AND every article usually kept in DUG STORES, are offered to the lowest mar ket price;. by RISLEY & CO. Hamburg, S. C.. or ITAVTI.ANI., RISLEY & CO. A igusta. April 5 on* 10 New Cash Store, 181.EI's CORNER. f.4MM1:0 S. C. adies, d've want a rich new Dress, a your own price-or even less, nate to the New Cash Store. straiglstway ecure great Bargains, while you may. ur Stock of Good being large and new. iducemente great we'll offer yon, o .till shall find. as hereturoe, he Clhenpet place. the New Cash Store. AVING opent the past month in tie Cet! of New York, in ite so.-etbi , f an e; naive Fashionable and Cleap' Stock of New Spring & Summer r GOODS, We wnid resprcetflly nrk onr old enstn. I era and the public, to exainiie our assilort ant nd learn aloe .jrices, before. purcleasing ( oen here, feceihg confulent that the citizens of I 2uth Carolina need no longer hei uhtdet the reeuoit of leaving their an ntate, to pro Our assurtment being unatually large. We all not enunrate articles and prices, bnt L oato you we shall take great pleasure in a eiving Goodes, and natning saeU prirm.- I o charge rur looking W31. KETCilU3f & CO. I statd anar itianer's fotel, to the new rick Unilding on 9ibivs Cor..r. . K.& Co. Hambury -\til 't 'fa in Merchant Tailc.r Shop, H AVLNA; given tiois. branch of' uur basi ne.' nur particulir nttitiron in eaeltiua Im th liipi prngs ayeisonlrat11411s uste bsit, cueap t and m1oewt fitsl;oratile stylcs or ClIA, Cassiuseres, and VLSTINGS, ad every roth.eratticle nereusary to a Gentle anee '.W. rdrobe. we will only add that the hop io mi ill rondoneted by Mr. R. IM. FULLER, 7nnse tamt,- and skill in cutting. and fiaithfril ras of work. i4 too well known to need onr rnu'e. Term. Cah. positively, priees in accord ice with terms. and time.. WNM KET'1lTlf & CO. Unilahoirg, April 1, 1843. 8t 10 MJ11%8 B 49E~r. iih 9O DZE~N Mien'sand Boys, white I and colnred Palm Leal liats, 'hiltdrens and Boys Leghorn lHsts, lens Leghorn an'd Pianama lasts. 5 doz. white and colored Haonds 2is in 37cts. Ce do plain Straw Bonnets, $1 to $3. ilk Bonnets, black ad fsney. $1 50 tod$4 ,ghorn Bonnets. (fita) new shape. I iines Cypress & Straw Bonaneta 50cts. to $2. rtifceial Flowers, Band Boxes. &c WM. teit~~ KETCHIU3t & CO. Hlambuere. Aperil 3, 1843. 8t 10 Merchant Tailor~ EJSPECTFULLY informs hais eus knt e ia jut returned fromiChreo, rith a varnety ofarticles in his line, whieci te will dispose of on terms to suit the imes. marnh22 t 8 Head Qkuarters, 1st Brigade Cavalry, A prili1, 1843.) )aozas No. - L EUT. COL. LEROY H. MiUNDY. will take command of the 2nd Regiment of .avalry, and be respected and obeyed accor lnglv. until farther orders. .13y ovder of~uig. Gonl. I. L BonaJ.m,-: W. A..WARDLAW, Brig. Mj Aprd 3 ...If . 0 ~~~~ead tuuarters, 2nd Regisastnt Cavalry. A pril 3, lad43. IN oieodienco to ate Order fromt Brig. GenL Bonboa,. an Election for Coksnel of the 2d llegiment of Carafry, to Gil the vacancy oca donued by th'e reignation of Col. Joseph Dick Eon, will be beidon Friday theted of June noet. Each Captain will give notice hereof, at bns~ Company Master(Ground,a. rerqaired by7 law. 0Palb. da..foll s*g the Managers will meet at the lsq Iapaer Grownd~eount enfthe votesan transmit to the Brigadier ert inestaea aheersiged by R. UNDY. IA 14, Cam s 'wFo.9S etiass Apri1s5e- o ARGYLE, T HE celeosrd Race Ierse and Stal lion, ARGYLE, will stand the ensu ing Season at the Plantation of Capt. WK. B. MaTs, four miles outh of Edgefield C. H., on lhe Aagusta Road. lie will be lot to Mares at 115 the single . visit; 825 the seasbn; ad $35 to insure; and haif a dol lar to the Groom in every instance. The money 'or an approved note payable the l5th of December next, most be sent with each Mar. or she will not be served. Good pasturage will be providcd, and Mares fed on grain tr a reasonable price, and servants boarded graiiq. A club offiTe Mares shall be entitled to their season at 820 each Mare, nnd shotild they prove lint in foal, they shall have she bteuviit of tile Fall Sealn gratis. Every care will be taken of the m1es and their foaus, but no liabilities i ill he incurred for escapes or arcidents. A discount of ten per cent will be allowed on all monies paid at the time of putting the Alate. The Season- will commence on rhe first of February, and end on the last of June. ARGYLE is a dark brown horse, with ont white, except a stat, fifteen bands and three quarters high; possessed of uncom mon bone and muscle, and a form com bining with rcrect symmetry, every es seutial of a Rce Horse. He is now 12 years old, having been fniled in Maryland in the Springof 1830. He was aired by the famons Mone. Toason, his dam This Lie, was by Ofle's Oscar, bis grandam by Pr. Thornton s imported Horse Clifden; iis g. g. damn by Mr. Hiall's Spot; and his g. g. dam by Dr. Marall's Hyder Ally, who was by Lindsay's Arabian. The performaneco of ARG YL' upon '''...r 6.re 'vr' fnr in the very firs 1mk of Anuencn Mlories as a Racer, uhile those of his get entitle him to an qual standing as a Stallion. He started irst at Orangeburg. S. C.. in Jan. 1S34, nd ran et IFr'well, Augusta, 31-cn, - #iuWbia Una Cuarul.ton, two, ihree awl our miles heats, winning successively 8 aces. five of them of four mile hear, best ug Patsy Wallace, Rntresnak", (3 times) .ucy Ashton, Rushlight, Bertrand, junior, twice) Nerramus, &c. &c. He never. ost a heat, and was rarely if ever put up 'hi seerl untg L - reanstances of which are familiar to ev ry one. Subsequently he was trained nd run with great success in Virginia; ad in May last on the Central Course at laltimore, after running for the first heat fthreo mile, and losing it by a head in 5 rvintie 4 seconds. he won the seod hea. a 5 mitets, 4U secoadis, bing Whe be.al eennd heat orthrea niioa roeerded in tho linerican Trurf, and tui niaust irilinut per iirmenee of n year eturrp-wes'ntA :,tier, in he ricisness on its annals. iuring ithe nmn wveel,. :"' aln 11te .-m ,nre, s ihis daughters, Kate Seaton, woni the , ' -rT .k,,r $1000. heaties 11 faine ield with areat ease; such a coincidence win.: wtwrto unknown upon the Turf. ARGY LE stood but one season- and to akau.iiod number of mares. not many of whicb were thorough bred, yet his colts iave -won nine out of eleven races fr which they have been started, beating at sne, two and three miles, the get of many if our best Stallion., besides several in ported colts, some or them in first-rate time. Two of hip gret, Governor Builer sld Kate Seatou are now unrivalled upon the Turf by any thing of their age. The owners uf ARGYLE, in bringing him back to the State in which (though not foaled) he w'is first trained andi gained hIs earliest laurels, present him with con lidenee to the Public, as being in every way, ont account of hiis blood, sire and rorm, his performancttes on the turf. so re niurkuble for endurance, as well as speed, and the extraordinary statess of his get, rcortby of their entirea tppmationm. WILLI4M B. NAYS. January 18, 1843 if 51 .T. D. TIBBETTS, ' AS removed to the room formerly Hoccupied by Mr. Lyon, in Messrs. Penns store, where he is carrying an the Shoe business in all its branches, Hie will keep constabily on hibd a good supply of home made work, all kind~s of leather and intdings, which will be sold, as cheap as can be bought at any place. All kinds of work done to order *ith neatness and despatch. He will also pay the bishess p rices fort nil kinds of hides, either in.Casti Leather or Shoes. ,. Edgefield C. H., March 8 t f .6 State 1ights ad, Sate MccAin s! SADDLE,.BRIDLE, HARNESS ANE] .COLLAR MANUFACTORY.' DAIEK. ABBY, R) ESPECTFU1LLY Informs U liti JR ens of Fedgeseil District, that ha has commenced the shove hosiness in al .ts various brunches. Having just recei 'ved from the EastieChiles, a splendid a. aortmeon of Bitis; Mdenuiigs ad Leather lie assures the publi that -hi weirk will bi done in a style eq " to ayi Mannfactor in the State, et iced1 Jees. N. B Militar accouresments in ibs momt approved stl. Edg ied C. L, Feb 11 sr F Every detripti*betecusted wit1 mearnessk despate6, at the O0lice of the Enerrrzr&A nve.h.... PROPOSALS For cosnuuing in Cheraw, S. C. T as ro3uctIoIV 0 The Farmers' Gazette, AND C11911W ADVERT1iMS8. T E andergned havin purchased th Pu'sa' materias ofte -4 Feaerst Ozeite, and CAraMo Adcertier." is desirousof laying before its present patrons, and t64 pub. liegenerally, the following outlige ofthe course he intends to parsne in the future manage ment of that journal: . The Farmers' Gazette will endeavor to efrect two distinct objects. viz:-the promulgation andadvancement of correctopimons and prac tices in Agriculture and polities, while it will not neglect other subjects of interest oramuse meut. In the Agricultural department, the editor wil suutian, to tiho extent or his abilities, the true interests of those on whom he must no eessarily rely for his principle support; and in order to render the paper more generally ser vie gable and valuable to this the most neeful atid important portion of our population, and from whom is mainly derived the sustenance ofevery other clas, he most earnestly calls up. on all tre friend. of rural econotay and the planting interests generally. fira fee and can did intercha.ge of views and resial from prac. lical experiments, through the coinmis ofhis paper, and thus alford to each other an nppor. tanity of comparing notes ari improving toeir several modeoo ofculunre. so as to produce the largest ield from a given portion of ground. or in ther words, to force from the oil the most ample return for the money expended on its tillage and improvement. So vitally Important to the true ierests of this State and people does the Editor consider the improvement ofourAgricultural resourcs and modesofcunitor. that it is his irra convic tion. dut, wider tie pressint exhausted state of our soil, great competition, and decreasing re enreeq, unle-a i. irrong and united etyort is made to supply. by artificial mrans, what ex hausted nature, ir.nided. refures to yield. and by the practice or unahated industry and the strictest economy, made erectial throngh ihe blessings of a kind and graciou Providence. out free. happy, and once mobt prosperous, State. will speedily retrograde in wealth. po. pulation, and respectability in the Confedera cy of which we are prond to hoant oars-lves *our afthe, old 'Thiree ." lu Politicila, the Farmers' Ga:edte will advo cate with firmnes.. but witl moderation, the cause of- Fre Tride-Lno Duties-No Drht -¶tionfrom Baooks-Economny--:ereach enit, ad a striet odIArener to the Coastitution," and, as the exponeut of these principles. it wil join hweart and hand with its Democratic coed. jutor*, in advancim. by all lair and honorable moans. to the firt otfice in the gift of our peo ple-dre maost eshaltrd sention man can confer fill his fellow munm-our datinguishe. virtnuous, &eU-..- r;&.aeu J.QUNC. CAL does ' t arg andIo '1 grae hELst'a' .ion with all the true dignity and enlightened natrintism of him who was "frst in rar,frst in peae, and first in the hearts of his country Ahlbngh frmly devoted fathe eause oftruth and right, and what he believes to be the best interests of his country, yet die Editor will never fend hiqnselfto carry on a mere pnrtisan warfare against those who difer iroi hiin as regards either men or mansures. lie wall en deavor to convince those whose opinions are adverse to his own, by facti and argiments. of the %4.1 ror of their ways." and the truth and justice of the cause he espnnses: but sLould he fail in this, beitng baeaiod that men are so constituted as to take different views of the same menabres, and draw discordant conclu sions from similar facts, he will always respect such honest dIfference of opinion, and endea oor; by the avoidance or harsh or opprbitus epithets or lan~uag6. not to excite animosity or ill-will between thuo.e who truly have the hon or and interest of their country at heart, bit on ly differ in the mnode of advancing lier giant news, prosperity, and happiness. Knowing the importance to Planter,. and the Alercanile comiiimuit'ty, of a correct state ment of the markets, the editor will exert him eeif to render this departrent of his pirr ef. ticient a pasit le ; Uad with this view will en large considerably, the table of articles with the price.s aa:newd, heretofore published in thin paper, revise it weekly, and, during the business serawn,. apped to it such remarks as may suggest themnselves upon enquiry oaf onr moat experienced mierchants, and other availa hale sources of information. In order to sendear the pa per still more gene rally Iaebesmabale, anid a weleome lhmily jour nal, the &titor will sake espeCial earn to make such weetions as will aid the cause of mnorali iy and ood~ order, and advanc thoe ap id strides of Teanperance, which are fast marching over and regetierating our land. The Farers' 6arete will also Contain a carfultl arranged eiitome of Congressional and Lusaie intelhgence, Foreign and Do mnestic Nws. ucepaionaal reviews fof the cur ret Litevature of die day, choice extracts end anecdotes from the latest publications; and, in fact, no exertion will be spared to reider it a faithful chronialer of pasuinag events, and a ere - dible record of the manners and fashions of thre Thre publisher being determined to denvote his whole time and energy to the imnprovement of his paper, pledges himuself that nothing which industry andl nmireittinag attention to busines can accomplish on his part, will he wanting to render the f'araers' Gazeuse every .way worthy of the most extended patronage it mnay sue ceed in obtaining. Three dollars r annun, payable in ad vance, or three uIlara and fify cents if nol paid until the expiration ofthe year. Two Subscribers, 'a .rat the time of en tering their names, will lifrnished the paper ative dollars per anntim,so longua they eon rinse topeiyiadance Advertiseatients not exceeding 15 lines, in serted for one dollar the first, and fify cents each subsoquent time. For insertions at in tervala of two weeks, 75 cents after the Brat, and a dollas if the intervals are longer. When~ the number 'of advertisemeuita is nrot marked on the copy, the advertisemecnt will be insert edl till ordered out. JOUN STUBS. djier sand Publisher. Cheraw, March 7, 1843, April6i . tf 10 TI. GI. BACON, mnnoance hmiar. as a canjidati Ibrithe Oflia of(Clei-k of the Coaret. of Edge -- deld Ditriot. THE U. S. DISTRICT COURn? DISTRICT Or SOUTH CAROLtNA. IN BANkRUPTCY. ; IN the matter or Lewis B. Cobb, Metlant, resisding in Abbeville Distict.~Soeth Cak olils: a Banlirupt. - 4 Pursannt to an Order ofthd District Court of the United States, for the District orSouth Carolina, Notice is hereby giveu, that eansehe s .hewn before the said Court, at'theF Court Iouso in Charleston, on 'the thi day of Jun.' next. at eleven o'clock, A ., why tle said LwisiB Cobb. shonlif stW ceive his Discharge and Certificateasa Bmk rupt. - Charleston,6th day of March. 183. 11. Y. GRAY, QCrk. mrchre 2-12 .1* " Dead Quarters, Sriesrir Rxactxr.8.CA . .4" RE stfield C. I., Aarch 13;1843. SN onsquence of resignadios ofCap .ain Jena M. C barn, of Edgeield Beat Company No. 1, an 'lition will hild on' Saturday the 13tb of May next, 't Edgefield C. H., for the purpose of filling the vacancy.. On the same day.at 1 o'clock,the Edgriuld f.ent Company will parade at the above ham. esa pLce. arned and equipped accordivg o law. By order ef Col. Wigfal. SAMUEL POSEY, LA. C. Maangers- Lient. Ramey, Lient. C'eiqe and Sergeant T. G. Bacon. March 15 9f 7 INOTIE.. LL Persons are torwarned from tradihg. for two Notes of hand. given by me to Paul W. Conner, one due frst January nert fosr Five Hundred Dollars. with interest from the date. dated January 19, 1843. The other for Five Hundred Dollars, dae first January. 1P45, dated i9th January, 1843. The said Notes were given for land, a loart of which belonged to another pe san. The Notes are in possession of Gent. G V. Hodges, who is joindv bound with Paul W. Conner. in a bond to make the title of said land, good. I never intend to pay the said notes. LARKIN GRIFFIN, March 15 tf 7 Notice. A LL persons indebted to the subscriber, Ily note or open aceount. are regnested, a* be is deprived by the Town Council, of the privilege ofretailing. ti come forward as aos'n s pa.sible & pav op he is desirous ufelosit-g ais business. All Notes and acennat, wvx set. tlIed, In vamne shape or fo-rn. by the nest Return Day, win be placed in the bands of an Attor. ey 1foreollection. B. J. RYAN. Ranaway r ROM the subscriber. living nep Cloud's crek.'in the neighbourh.6 of Chaau's M ill Edgefield District, my Negro man JOI N, whom I par. chased of my father a fow weeks ago, my father purlhased him from a spe. culator. rrom Virgitnia. John said he was rai.ed near Itichmond, Va.. lie is about 21 years of age, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high. of light conmplexion. nad has a sear on the cor ner af his lell eye; is a osinut well made fellow. full faced, speaks quick when spoken to. He had on when he weis away a (fnrcapa brown ish cloth coat, and pantaloons of course grey cloth. It iu quite likely he is trying to get hack to Virginia. I will give twenty-live dollars rewa to any peren who -will apprehend the said slave Mind rooline hitm in any jail in this st ate, so that I get him again. and thirty-five dollars if taken ont of the Sttia. and if brought home all reasonable expe.nses will be paid. The speculaturfrom whom lie was purchased writes his naine Andrew 1.ca. ADAM BLACK. Feb. 22 if 4 The Columbia Soutl.Carolinian, will'eapy tha above once a month uitil forbid. And forward their accounts to this office. State of Son1h Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. JN EQUITY. A. L. Nicholson, B &ll to ob vs. fain title E. N. Colemangandl others. for land 4 IT earing to my raiosaction that EdeN.Colan, one or the defen, duants in thuis ease, reside. beyond the ktm. its of this state. On protion of Pope and Pope ordered thzat the said Eldred N. Coule man, do plead answer or demur to the biNI on or before the eighth day of June next, othserwise the said bill, will beI ordered prod confesao against him - J. TE RR Y, c. E. E. D. March 9 3m 6 - State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. Pluibe Nobles, by her )B~lfor Iii veries neat friend. vs. andJ Win. Nobles, & others.) ALmony. I T appearing to mny matsferion, that the Defendant William Nobles5 residesiih. out tho limits ofthe. State. Ordered, that the said Defendant do p lead, answer or demur to the complainants bill, within three mouths (tonm the publlciction lhercof, or the said bill will he taken pro confteso against him. J. TERtRY, c.z z'~. n. Nov.296, 1843. c. - Mlarch 4 3m 6 State of South Carolina.~ ABBEV1LLE DISTRICT. Joseph Jacob. and Elizabeth biswife, ) A pplicant. vs. Elisaheth Finaly and othera. T appears to mny satisfaetio. -that Ra idel Finly ad CasIa Finly, two of the Defeodants, reside wiout the limits .of this State, it. is therefore Ordered, that they do appear and abject to the division or salt' of the Rieal L'tate of James'Finr on or before the first Monday in. pi, 1843, or their consent to the .ame~wl -6 entered of record.. * DAVID LF.SL3Y,'.&o..