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e & Co., and John S.'Osborne,
The entire loss is estimiatod at about $20,
000, as noueof the houses were insuredi
'WEDN ESD Y,'S TEMBE4 *
"We iill cling to the Pillars ofthe Temple of
a 0Libites,4andSfm aistfali.We Will Perisk
Democratio Re Anuaekation icket.
AU3-s 9. POLK: or Tednessee.
CEORUE N bALLAS. of Pentn
BARBbCUETO MR. McDUFFIX.
'The Gi-eat Vinrner o NT. McDnffie, is we
~uilerstbd,ito be given 'on Friday. the 20th
instat. The Comiiittee of Arrangemewils,
taleady-appinted, ire requested to meet here
on nextSatuirdJay to rnake preparations fir it.
Col, c NILures Camnnonication in an
swer to '"A Girauate" is receied, and shall
ioppear in our next.'
ITWe are requested to state that the Me.
chanias Washingtonian Society will meet on
'lAursday crenilg next. An address will be
delivered by Mr. Geo, Landrum.
KyMr.-Ira Cromley.P Masterat Coleman's
X Roads, informs us, that the Post Office at
.Chrstiant's, in this:..Distribt, has been dibcon
-tinued in consequen's ol'the resignation of the
Post Msteid, therefore all letters and papers in
-tende iforttt office. shild be directed to
Coleman's X Roads. Edgefield District, that be.
.ing the nearest and most convenient Officq.
- 4E7 Th Delegates to the Edgefield Baptist
Association to assemble aithis place on Satur
daytext, as wil as'visting friends, are re
quested. on-thUi arrival. to. repair directly to
the Baptist Church, where a Comnittee on the
part oftheCharch,&the Members generally,
will be fquad ready to receive their brethren to
their hearts and homes. We hope that the ap
pehensio-a i a t exist any where. that the
Delegates and visiting brethren will not find an
affectionite welcome, and hospita ble treatment
amongst ts. All, all are earnestly and affec.
tionatoly initted. to come.
'The Asociat'on will be organized in the
Baptisat Church an Saturday. at the usnal hour
Xaral &ncoiAter-it is our painful duty to
-record a tragical scene which occurred in this
town on Monday (Saleday) last. After the
'Sheriffs sidles were over, and whilst a consid
erable crowd remained about the rteps of tha
Court House, a light ensued between Mr. Jos.
W. Glover and Mr. Lovett Gomnillion, which
'terminated in the deaih of Mr. Glover.
Both parties it seems were armed. and fired
pistols at each otherthe first time without either
being iaterially injured. Mr Gomillion with
his seconed pistol shot Mr. Glover in the right
treast,.which killedhim instantly. Mr. Gomil
lion immediately surrendered himselfto an of
fleer. As the matter allay undergo judicial in.
vestigation, we for bear'io enter further into the
.particulars of thismelaucholy scene.
W~e reglet to say, ihau our friend Col. Wmn.
i Moss, in attempting to preveunt the affair,
wait very severely shot by one of the parties, in
the neck and shoulders. We ate gratified to
Llearn. that his wounds are not considered dan-.
iedsholidwe'er, as a faithful conductor
of tird jiiess, and as a citizeti oncerned for the
wvilfare 0rhhe comaiunity. alloir the-occasion
to pass williont calliaig the attention of our Le
gislators todieh jiet hicious practice of wearing
cotncealed aid dealy wveapons ; in theirands
must the remedy be found.
We dmitted to arierition in deor East, iat we
weeindeb ted to Mr.5E. C. Romer, ofthis place,
for severad tiewv piblicatiens. Thesiand others
eiin be ob'rainid ofif r. R. at th'e Post Oice,Ton.
teusual, cheap ternis:
The Nashville (Teri.) Union '61 thci3Ist ut..
says-"The Hon. F WV. Piakins, of Suutla
Caroliha, as we are informed, arr m6i in: ihis
city yestrdhiy evening. Mr. P. l6ft lh6m'e as
an invited kutist to attenth le Democratied-iiaNs
Convention ii thihfdiy last week, but dwingtd
accident, and a disa'ppointmnin ths meaniof
transportation on the-road. he vias pirevented
from arriving in time. WVe' in common 'withi
our frienads, regret the disatpiointinenat. We
had desired io hear from this distinguished
statesman of the South, an authoritative tefata
tion of the vile slunder of disutuion th'hied a
gainst his gallant. State. We yet hops that,
before leaving. he miay he afforded one or modre
proper apportunaities of heitng heard. We are
not aware of'his intended movemnents, but hope
he will remain sente time among his friends
for such he will find every democrat in Ten
We publish in another coluinn, the letter of
Mr. Tyler. derolining the canvass for the Presi
-dency, to his friends throughout the Union.
In this letter, Mr. TJyler gives a condenced re
view of some of thle most prominent measures
of his Administration, down to the close of the
:late Session of Congress. lHe vindicates him
,self-in and able atu satisfactory manner for the
.cus* h ethoug t' proper to pursue.
with regard to .theastoblishmnent of a U. States
Bank, and other politici weures which were
broughtforward by the Whtig party. Though
resident Tyler has not done ebeay thing which
wve desired, still we nsve him a debt of gratitudis
for what he has accomplished. His defeat of
the bill for the~establishmaent of -a mammouth
United Statesa Banak, would be sufficient of it
self, toamitdle him to our most grateful recollec
It'an The mrasent happy cndtinn of' the
country, compared with what it was for som
time previous. and the fair rates"6f change be
tWeen all parts of the cooutitvovil connlit
siVelf ;that a great governinientbanki titnneces
iry. The.veto o rthe President th ie. (11 thi
darling and magnificent scheme of'the Whiga
was very justly. and opportunely exercised.
But Mr. Tyler has other cinims nupon us. 'Ihcl
are not isow necessary to montion. We wit
sily mention the. Treaty into which he enter
ed, for the annexation of Texas, to our Unioh
and Whith *as so unwisely and imprudenti
defeated by the Senate. And this too, by tho
aid ofr Sonthern vites! bIr. Tyler may b
considered as belonging to the Democratic par
ty. On almost aIl - importait political cqnes
tions, he is identified with theni. The South
ern wing at least, of the Democratic party. wit
be prepared to yield his Administration a cor
dial supports when it can do so wiahout an3
sacrifice of principle. From the Whig, he ha
no mercy to expect. His appeal to thaem, is it
vain. He might as well preach to stocks anc
stones. They will continue tn thwart him nac
to denunce him as recreantto their high toned
Federal doctrinses But he has te proud con
sciousness of knowing, that his courso on cer
tain great questions. is satisfactory to the grea
mass of the Democratic party.
DINNER 10 COL. BURT.
Many citizenr- uf'Lexington District, de
sirous of making a public demonstration ci
respect for their immediate Representative
in Congress, the Hon. A. BURT, and foi
the pizirpose of hearing his views and the
views of other public men, relative to State
and National Politics, tendered to him a
Barbecue, to be given at the Court House
at such time as might suit his convenience.
Col. Burt having accepted the invitation
and fixed on Wednesday the 18th Septem
ber ins'ant as the day, the citizens of the
District, of the Congressional District, and
the public generally are respectfully invi
ted to attend.
Br THE COMtITTEE.
JUDGE CHEVES OPINION.
The fillowing letter of JuEUL CHEvEs
to the Macon Convention, compres~es a
volune of head and heart into a small coin
pass. Let every Sombroi read and heed!
PORTMAN SHOALS, S. C. Aug 9, 1644.
Genlemen-I have received your com
munication of the 30th ulttmo. I regret,
that my total reurement from all public
concerns and: public scenes, prevents me
from accepting your invitation. But you
may be assured that my whole heart is
with you, and I pray God, in his goodness
and wisdom. to direct and govern yeur
deliberations and deterrainatious,
Be pleased to offer. in my name, at your
festivities, the following sentiment.
The noble, manly. ad patriotic example
of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the
I am, entlemen, with great respect and
cousideratiun. vourohd.'t sera't.
LANGDON CH EVES.
To Messrs. H. G. Lamar and others,
had Dogs Again -We are informed
that a negro belonging to Mr. Hiram Coo
ley, who resides in fhe- lower part of thi-s
Ditriet, was bitten about two weeks since
by his masters log, which exhibited symp
toms of hydrophiobia. The rabid animal
was instantly 'onnfined, & in Iwo or three
days died f the disease. All the do s on
the place were then confined, and contin
ued so utntil Monday morning last, when,
tine, which on the day previous had shown
signs of muadtess, had disappeared. T wo
of Mr. Cooley's sons took a gun and wvent
out for the purpose of finding and killing
him. They had proceeded enme' distance
from the house without findaing htim, whetn
the yotngest brother (12 or 14 years of
tape) startedl back, leaving the g'.n with his
birother. Befote reaching the hoase, he
met thae dog, which instantly sprang upon
him, and lacerated thme batek part of his
neck in ashocking manner. Thte clog wast
killed, but the agony of the~youth, both in
mind and body, wvas distressing in the ex
treme. He begged his father to shoot him.
and therehy avoid the htorrid death from
hydrophobia, which he supposed awaited
it is said that a mad1 dog htas been killed
withian otne tmile of this place the present
week It therefore stanads every personi
in han i to be upon his guard. We have a
large number cof useless clogs in our Village,
but if they should become rabid, we should
.have more trouble with them than ever.
Wreenville Mountaineer 30th.uslt.
New Cotton.-We uttderstand that a lot
oI* tv cotton from the plantation of Col.
O.S.t R~es. of Sumpter District was sold
in Stakehurg, on the 22d instant, to L. J.
l~i at 1-2 cents.
Not ~ thae .new crop has yet beetn
b raghlto our market. though we under
stand f~ere as a good deal in the vicinity
ready fore biarket. The season is fine fot
gathertngand the Crop 10 days to a fort.
ntghi ea#Tier than usual.- A planter tohi
us on in-asyiy fie had 150) bales out nad
.bat hts iekfoi hderaged.l50-lbs. to thc
hand per day amden Journtal.
4Wircer Universaty.-This' instiiuaion
appear .t be rapidly reg'aining what ii
lost iwtC a'adason of0vr sty..Tl
dCyollg f s w ere rsrfiedonTurs
lasto id fiil. Some g'or.10 e'w
students entered at'the commeneenient e1
the sesion, eadiwe hear orothers do"ming.
Oneofthi' Est enta ealtered diie Juniot
class'. o~~s also mticheeriousness
manfesed, by the stutdente ofthbe
College -anc f~ young ladies edlnnected
with the ~nif Seminary. Wo irui
that ou'rrtirai~ ' will.~rememnber these
Shoc1|ing B'arbarity in Connecticut
In our .al'oriS to reform the iistemperate,
a e ,hotld never undertak~o to prdoectute 01
oppresw-in4l a sufficient misfortune te
be ta-dr-ankardL The Bay Statte Demto,
cidtv'enyu.. : We learn from a highly re
spciallide orce, that Geo. Doggetm anid
TNirtli$Vbon, of Thompson, Ct., were
thrdnd~f Brooklyn, Ct., jatl where'from
want of air and water, denied them by tb
keeper, they died in a few hours after thei
-incarceration,. and at, nearly the sam
moment. They had been much intoxica
ted fot several days previous. causing
high feverish siate of system, a fire whic
proper treatment might have qutenebet
and. their lives properly. saved from dh
devouring element of intemperance. W
understand that they begged much fc
water and air. but were positively refuse
and died in consequence of that refusal.
Meraco and Texas.-The Nea Orlean
Republican of the 21st inst. says: "W
learn verhally that 4.000 troops statione
at that city of Mexico have receive
marching orlers to form part or the arm
for the Texas invasion. as well as 3,00
frotri Jalapa, and the various contingen'
frui the departments t're rapidity arriv
ing. We are also auihentically inftrne
that- a merchant of Vera Cruz has con
trac:e:i with the Mexican Governmetitt
build eight gun boats, of 80 tons eacl, t
be employed in transporting troops ati
operating against. Galveston and othe
portions of the sealboard if Texas."
The Cotton Crop in Louisiana.-Thi
New Orleans Picayune -f tie 21st nit
flays: "From what we have recently seet
of the cotton crop in 'he Eastern part o
State, and'front what we have heard of i
in the other :upland sections, we antici
pate an abundant crop. It is true tha
great destruction has been done to it-h3
crevasses and overflows o the margin n
the great and some of the lesser -rivers: thi
aggregate yield, notwitstanding, will b
greater than tha' of last year by several
The Cado (La) Guzette of the 14h
says-" We regret much to hear from al
most every quarter, of the great damage
which is being done to the crops by the
extraordinary drought. On many plaita
tions, as we understand. where t has been
usual to make as much as conld he g.atl
ered there will not he made the present
year, more than 400 pounds of Cotton to
the acre. Picking has been comteneed
for sone time, and a Phir day's work is
made ; but it is feared that there will be
but little left to open after the first picking.
The wveed is often found drying up fron
the root to the top.
A correspondent of the Uoston Mer
chantile Journal thus noticed a remarkable
cure of paralysis of the arm.' Ve give it
in his own words:
A few weeks since, a gentlem'an in So
letn was seized vith Paralysii'on the le f
arm, and to use his own words,- "it seemed
as if a sword had been ilrus't thrdugh hit
arm, ron the shoulder to the fnitjgers, and
it instantly frll powerless at his side." He
hastened to his physician. anif he pro
nounced it a plainly markedcedie'of Palsy
He. in some degree, recoveril (lie use ol
the same, but, it still remainin gin a had
state, in omnpany with a frieiti, he weni
to Ipswich for recreation and' exercise,
hoping to receive benefit froiu the same:
after strolling about upon th'e'ea shore,
and becoming much faligued, Bie found a
resting place upon the sandy Ieach.'
During his siesta, his hand beca'me in
beded in the sand; very shortly a .violen1
prickling and twitching sensation corn
meuced. Receiving encouragement from
this unexpected return of action in:te ptr'
he excavated a place in whicir lie placed
his artn, and covering it up, s'udn fell Intr
quiet sleep, and so remain about at hour
On awaking, be found. to his suiprise anc
delight, that he had entirely recovsred the
use of his arm, and lie still has pe'rfect us(
of ibe same.
Singular case of Lareency. Davik
Fisher, a colored waiter at the..Uniiteu
States Hotel. was yesterdav aftertnoot
committed by the Mayor for a furtheni
hearing, on the charge of stealing a trunk
of female wearing apparrel. the propert3
"f A IBarron, a gentleman from the $tatt
ouf Lonsiuina. The circomstatces are pe
culitir, andJ places several parties in a st rant
siuuation. Mr.B3. had with him twoslave's
man and wife, atnd yesterday, whenm aboul
to leave lie ascertained that the female
slave w as among the mnissitng. The trunk
itn questiotn w as subsequontly found in pos,
session of Fisher, having been retmover
f'rota the wonian's apartment. upotn whief
the charge of larceny wras instituted. As
a matter of cottrse, Ito was suspected 4)
being cognizant ofthie wyoman's absconding
arid of her present wherahouts, and wat
hteld for a fusther hearing in referenci
theret o.-Phildelphia Ledger.
We cut the following from a-Londor
paper: The New Zuric-h Gazette of the
17th inst says-"The American Consu
at Basle has just demanded from the Can
tons the extradiction of a person name<
Costen, who absconded from the Uniter
States with property belonging to a batikel
amounting to ahotit 10, 000,00f" The
individual alluded to is no doubt Mr. Fi
nancier Coster, of Georgia notoriety. wh<
is nowr living in elegant retirement in one
of the Swiss Cantonts, on~ the fruits of hi
swinidling operatione.-WVe are not how
ever aware of any treaty under which on
Consul could dematid the extradiction o
the pliinderer.-N. Y. .Sun.
*Thne Coitet.-Mr. Sears C. WVard, o
Philadelphia, says "Thie.Comet is ap
pruoachitig the sun nearly:t wice as fast as i
departs from. the earth; hence its bright
ness is increasing, and will he about one
third greater than at presenit in September
when- it is quite, probable that it wrill hi
easily ,seen by the naked eye.'. -In eo
telescopes,. it has now a tail of about fivi
'minutes length, entending in a directiot
oppoisite to that of the aun."
- .A Rentarkable Facl--The Missiona'~
Herald f'or J~tine, contains a brief report o
st speech ita'ii by Commodore Jonies, o
'the Uited Sta'tes navy, to a great meetiinj
of the natives of the Sandtwich islands. Hi
comphimenterd thiejn on .the system of edo
cation established anoing thetm, and stater
the follolvin rottiar,kieble.fact, highlycred
itable both to thetn and~the Ameiean mis
sionaries.- under- woise aispices '.Note~
good'-has been acconlphished'.."A'.Mos.
terey de California' there are several ESn
lish and Americans. intlediried.*jth de
scendauts of. the~old spani'ardii;'and they
have children grot ig up urnund'them.
On mty ioquiry: as - o their .ch.21. .ad
e jmeans 4)f education, judge my surpris4
r when' the answer was--Oh' wetavetc
e send. them to 'he Sand wich Islands itisb
- educatedi here they have good ichools
a h-bere. wehavb'none!"
1, A letter has jusi 'been received by
a house here, fro.h' their correspondent it
e Beaufort. informing them liat caterpillar
r have made their appearance in two cotton
fields on Paris' Island, near Beaufort, and
that they are the real cotton caterpillars.
Linseed and Lard Oils.-These articles
I are no longer drawn from the East fdr the
I supplies of the West and South. The
Cincintniti Gazet!e states that there are five
) Linseed Oil mills in that city and another
one in course of erection. They are ca
pable of making in the aggregate, 900
I, gallons ifoil per da'y. Cincinnatti supplies
the whole West, including New Orleans
and MObile, with the article. The mnaniu.
facture of linseed oil for export, is a new
business in the West. It is nya few
years sice it was bhtained fron the East
in large quantities, for Western consump
tion. It may he stated in this connexion
that there are twenty-two establi4hmt.eots
in Cincinnaiti which manufacttrro 600.000
gallons of Lard Oil per annum, valued at
50 cents per galloti... The produci from
lard in winter is oe tiiird elaine and two
third' stearine; in sobmmei tho. proportion4
are exactly the revers' . In thd pork
season . the Oil is made directly from the
hog, the whole of which is used for the
purpose, except the ham shoulders. Prior
to the manufacture of Lard Oils, Sperm
Oil wats. sold in Cincinaiti at from $1,25
to $1,50. accordingly to quality. The
corresponding qualities of Lard Oil now
sell there at fron 50 to 62 1 2 ceuts. The
article has fouud great favor iin every part
,f the country, both for light aud for
Domestic Yeast.-Boil otie pntind of
flour, a quarter of a pound of brown sugar,
and a little salt, in t wo gallons of water,
ior an hour; when milk -warm, bottle it
and cork close, and it will be fit for use in
twenty-four hours. One pound of this
yeast will make eighteen po'unds of bread.
Cheap Tart.-Take some sorif. 'aste
and stick a diied appre into it, a'ier.which
serve it pp for boarding ho'uses. It is an
invaluabld recipe. ds one pie of this kind
will go a great. aythe p rinciple danger
is thim some ofthe barders~ may go a great
way, too, hefo're long..
Box. Infucnce.- W hat boxes govern the
word? asks a.New York paper ; and it
answe's the. question thus :"The cat
ridge-box, the ballot box, the jury box,
and the batid bot."
... IHAMBURG, August 27.
Coun.--There is nothing doing in the article
and we have no adteration to make in prices
from thoe of last %seek. Otr quotations still
ratge fron 4J'to 6 cents.-Journal.
. ..., .AUGUSTA, August'29.
Coiori.-Our mu ket has conntmuid dull since
our list report., Bit flair sailes hinve he eflect
ed and holder; manifest an ttnwillingness to
operate at existing prices.. We. continue to
quote the range.of priccs at fromn 4A toG6 cents.
Abouti 400 bags newatton haVe been received.
Coru iaJA, August 29.
Colon.-Severnl wagon loads of new Cotton
have been received during the week, most of
which.was.atr prices ranging frmn 6. to 6.} eto.
The qn ility may be classed generally as good
'fiir. which is more than could have been said
of the first gathering for several previous years.
Old cotton ranges from 4. to6)cents-shnowinig
an advance off ct. on the poorer qualifies since
. . Grocenies, &.-There is no material change
in .prices.. . Kentucky Bagging is selling at ia
a 19 cenats per yar d; but there is very little of it,
nr' indeed of any othter kiad, in the market.
...-- .. MARRIED. -
.Oni Sunday evening.' the 25th uit.. by John
G. Daswl. Esq. Mr. JAMEs S-rnINGER-to Miss
CAROL.:NE MitRAtt, fall of this District.
.OB~IT UAIRY. ..
-Died, on thte4th nilt. of pulmonary consumtp
tio; Mrs. ErI.zA SORGEE,cotisort of M r. Ben
jamin Surgee., in the 28th year ofher age. For
eleven.yeai s she had beeni a. consistennt memi
ber of tle .llaptis! Church. -. Death to her
seemed to~have: na terrors. She spoke ofont
of the 'depatiare .with perfect cotmpusnre. atid
to the wvritar'nf.this said, "she wvas willintg to
die, anid felt cofidct tthnt there vias. a pilace
prepared fid hir ain 'heaven."- ?.he earn esty.
any often regiiected her hutsband, relatives and
friends to mietlher. in.,hieaven, and exhorted
thnem with all ardler -during her last moments.
with ,-xhnihting confidence of soon reaching her
blissful home. 8he ,lellt a*htusband, mother,
sisters and brothcr,. to mourn their loss. A.
Died, at the restdense.::of his father, on the
30th tilt., SAMUEr, R. DAONaLIon of J. J. Dag
nel, aged twenty otie years,'fair -monthis and
-foutr days. Thte wvriter of .this short notice wvas
well acquainted with the aqceased, and knew
him to be a sober, honest upright young mnan,
andla dutiful child.-'and we:-believe he died
with a hopmn oftan i~nmortalityr beyond the'
grave. His co.&nplainst was conjestive or stow
feve, wich e bre ith atinceand forti
tude for more than two months -Ahout 20
- minutes before he died hte called his phyciciatn
to him- antd bid him farewell-then' hid all pres
ent farewell-and in.- a few 'minate lie comt
posed himself, and expired without a groan.
Gentlemen holding 'subscriptiott papers for
this Journal, will please-forward the names
upon them. to thle publisher by the 20th inst.,
at Edgefield C- H., S C.-'-After that date to
Hamburg. -.....JAS. COCHRAN.
ALE Persons indebtedl to the -Estate of the
late .Samuel..F.?A. 'hcpowell, deceased
Iare regniested tonmake injmediate payment, and
all' personis:having demapd1 i'gipst tie'-estate
of said deceased are -requested to present them
dulyattested. within the timi prescribed by
-ALF.XAI\DERI McCAINE Adm'r.
September 4. 1844. 3t . 32
OLLED before me by James Dorn, li.
ingat Sleepy Creek P.. 0., Edgefield
District, a bright sorrel H.ORSE, about.ten,
veprsold; tolerably heavy .built, near fitteen
ihand'slhigh'. with na 16ng star :jn'-hiim forehegd,
some saddle' nmhrk'i on each'side ef his back.
ia slig'ht white' spot i'n hi's mane near his we.
ther; tiS atndle bfthie right hind foot swollen,
and was appraised by A. C. Deen, A.. May
p.ad W. M.De.at thtrty dollars.uit~e
Set J.r4 QUATTEBU . Maisie
-- . AND
H AMBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscribers have connected them.
selves in the WARE-HOUSE -AN]
COMM [ON BUSINESS, at the- old stand ol
G. WALK.R, uder the firm of
WALKER & PEARSON.
They .would beg Ie4ave to offer'their services
to their frierid and ih'e puplic generally, in the
transaction of It Com.nssiort Bsizas, in; all
its branches.. They are.prepared-to attsied in
the Sale,..Sorage and 4hippin ofCoits, Ba'
con. Flouro.siad othei. Produce.. ; H kceiving'. " @
Forwardipg 'doods. purchasing iv order,,Jr. i
They feel assuired-from the favorable location
of their . are- Ho. well known to the pub.
lic as the W ATEt PRnOP.WA RE.HOUSE,
and for its many advantages in point of location,
and from the long eiertence of Mr. Walker in
ths..ottonlsines. wbotill devote his per
sonal attention. to. ths;;saleg of Cotton; and
from their deteimination-o -devote their undi.
vided attention to the busihesp. thej will be
able to give generakl satisfaction.
,Thir chargeswillbe for sellidg-cotton25-ents
per bale;'for ship pingdo,12Bents;forsellingaill
other produce 2i per cent.; 25 cents per'pack
age for receiving and forwarding Merebandise.
No commission will be charged our customers
for the purclasing of goods, Having a*fne
Wharf attached to our Ware:Honw,.o
Wharrage will becharged on Cotton .
td our care, either for sale or to..bes.J Itd
Sdvannah or Charleston. j.ihral.V, eson
produce consigned to us. will be & d hwen
desired. .. : -
. We pledge- ourselves not tospe.u te inor
purchase.one bale of Cotton, but .4evte .pn un
divided attention to the interest efour 6ustomers
which we hope will insire tus hberal patron
I- L. PEARSON.
I avail myself of the presnt oc asion to re
turn my . thanks to my friejdsind patrons. for
their liberal support during the past'our years;
and I assure theip I properly appreciate their
kindness and confidence.; and'in return will
use my best personal eff'oris-fo.protect their;
intetest when confided to WVyker & Pearson,
for whom I would solicifyour confidence and
September 4, 3'
Ware-Rouse & Cowmnis
A U.G USTA. GA.
P.' STOVALL. (late of the .ira of
7 S&a & Stos o) would
respectfully infurmn.his friends andpbiaeen
erally, tint he has taken-the-commo'doqs ' fR.E
PRO0F W'A RE-HOUB. knotin as---Coat
silNG's." and recent ly occupied by. etsrsg Bus
tin & Walker; which, having streets. oni tee
sideseand a large vacant lot on the fottf 'ni
surpassed for safety jind convenience n
in the city of Augusta.. - -.
He will devote his strict personal atteno.
to the interest of his patrons, in the Sal. and
Storage of COTTON or aiy-othcr Produce
with which lie may be favored;- to the pur
chase and forwardinr of Goods. and the.Com
mission Business Generally.., atud trist, froin
many years exjericnre in the business, to receive
a fair share of pat ronage. -.; ; - :
His charges will be-as moderate. as those of
other imilar establishments in the oily.
- acash advandes will be made, whena required.
on Produce inl.Store.: .
N -B.-Wagoas or Carts ladeued.with Cot
ion, to Augusta,-are not required to pay Toll
at our Bridge. coming orgoing.
Augusta, Ga. Aug 29, 1844 3t 32
GENERAL COM MISSION' 9USINESS
Water Proof, anid No I1istake
H1AM BURG. S. C. -
T H- E Subscribers still continue at the above
stand. to nECEIVE anid STORE, sELLI or
Ootton, Flour, Bacon, &g.
Purchnse GO0 D)S io order, &c. &c.
Produce sentc to hem with instructions as to
its disposal, shall be enoirrtLY attended to, aiid
orders. in every instance, strictly obeyed.
*Feeling grateful for past favors, they respect.
folly solicit a continuance of the samue
- - H. L. J'FFE'RS & CO.'
Hamburg, August 24, 1844 6w 31
. .Lpersons having any demands against
.the estate, of William ~Robertson, Sr. de
ceassd.:neer regnested to present them by.:the
25th December, as the estate will be distribuied
GEORGE ROBERTSON, Ezecut'or.
Septemnber 4, - 3m* 32
3O BOXES anid 5 casks prime Goshen
Cl L ES E, rich and miild.
For salfi by H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg. Aug 24. S:is 31
A .LL Debts that remained in my eands un'
.k.paid, either by note or open account, due
to 'Dr. Janes H. Murray. has been placed -in
the hands of. Messrs. :.Gray &,-Keyf forolled-.
tion; so that alli-thoe-:owing'-the -same will
please settle wvith'thesegentemiien, ':*
..W.-A. WEBST~ER, Assignec.!
Hamburg, Aujg 24, 1844.. 2:.3
The Etna Insurance Comp'y.
Tj HIE Subscriber is prepared 'to:Insure -a.
-. gainst loss or damage'by Fine or Inland
Navigation, at the usual rates of premium. :
-H.- L3.J EFE & Agent.'
Hamburg, Atz'gus 23,.1844; . . 3m '21
N lti'nill be held at the Court House,
Aon the second Monday in. September
next, for an. Intendant and Four Wardens of'
thie Town of Edgefieldf, to serve for. one year
from that day.
Bj order' of the Conincit '.-.
-J. A W[LL1AliSCei'.,.
BIansjers-eo. A.-Addiso , James A. Wil
lians, Peter F. Labiorde
August 27 .2~ 31
The Olive Blratach .
fSipulished by' Henry Ci Gioodwiria every
-. Sat'atday mornuing office'No. 5 Washing.
tonastrees, Bloston.' Devoted ta Christianity,:
Mtumu'aidights, Polite Literathre, General In
telligenal,-Agriciltdire,'and the Arts.
Theg.Re. T. F. Norris, 'Editor and Proprie.
tor ;tlied~ev. S. Lovel, Assistant Editor.
Terms--$2 per'year, if paid in advance;
$2.25 at the expiration of' slIx months, and
$2 50 if not paid until the amid of the yer.
*A.~ RAMSEY. dgut.
Aunnst297 Edg r dC 8.
State of Sout-Uatoding.
Susan L.-YsideIl: inm
II. Yledell, Birlge br
dian, vs. EI .e a ato
dell and othei. '.
NOTICE ishereby .-'iy ia of -
an orde rom Chaneille:ra 4sa
offer forsale to he-highest biddia de ild
Court'House. on the firat A '44
uet,hereal esitarh of Williati 8Ydhlde -
ceased; consistiug of the folJleiiii
land; vii: . i.
One. tract containing ve nhunre
:_fet'y (590) acres, more or lese aituii
Disthrt. and .State aforesait; 'on ,Cuir
Cieek.ibeing the lte residence of-the
tad adjoiningAI da Qt .'. Beise
Burtori and, t iMundy; .
Alsao oiother tract; ihe jiOii- .
aforeaid;pn MWint Ctee conai
dred (i00) acresroo oteil
lands of George Ma6' neS
Said lud. to
as will Pfy00- 0
paid in g bda und
approyet o the hm:
RDGEF[ELD DI. TRIGT.
S I A ORDINAIt -
Martha J. Seibila, is.
The Sureti;of A.1 P
WifAe, idn-rt of or cc6 in
Ann Lama'r* debeaaed.
l'AikTH'A J.-SEIBLE having this
day Afiledher Petod :stting-fortir
that ehe is a" disfribiee @1 the JEstate
of Ann Lamar. latI4t'the histrictibre
acid, deceased, and th'tR. M. Wedehe
Administratorqf thalestate,-has departed
this life withou't hairing -Acounted for bie
idnipinistration,-apd -bavig-.no Executor
or -Adinitt'or to represent-:hidi, and'
praying batan alecotnt--iay be--taken of
tuch- Administration, anif rappearing to
my~ satisfadsion -thai -'Edward ,W&-Wade,
one of the-surt'ies ko the administration
bond of th-e sajd A*...;Wade,rosides'ith.
out the limits of this State :!I,-id therefore
ordered, that Mayson 'M'seIy;Daniel
W. Jnhison and the- said- Edwabil'W.
Wade. the'sureties -of .the said-A M.
Wude; as Administrator.asI aforesaid,-do
appear before me in %the'Court -of Oidi
naryi to bi held atmj:office at Edgefield
Couit IHouse, in the- District and State"
aforesaid. on nTuesday- the 17th. day- of
September next, to shew-cause if any tbey
can, ivhy they'- should not. renderlefore-.
me an account -of the said A-.:-M. MWade!s
administration of the estate of his said Intes- -
-'Giiei under my hand andseal, [his the
3dih dayofAugust,.A. D.1844.
-JOHN HILL o. D.. .s
S ept. 4. 2
4. Public -Notices
IS:hereby giVen, tbat ar application' will be
mods.tb ahelfilartue; at thernext session
to-repealihe "Act to'.Incorporate the Village
of Edgefie-ld" . . -
Aug. 21 . 3m 30
RtEGT HEA RTERS,
- EDoF.FZL. JUA .1: -
N Parsrance of!.Orders th -
from Brigade Head'Q iari
ment Itifantry, S-. C.-Mare.hbArid* I
parade at thle Old Wefs.-on Thursdayi
Septeiber next, for Drill and Reviev.
Officers ahd Non-Ooiinaissoned Officers
daty pievious. -
Col. 7th Reg. 8.-C.-,M
G. D. Mixsar, Adg't. . -
Ang 21. 3t 10 -
.. THE..9th Regiment, S. C. Mi
limi,- are hereby tordered to ap
'pear at Samfiel Williams~at 10
-- o'clock, A:M.,- on Saturday the.
7th September.-next, arined and'
e'quipped according to latw, for
jasruction' and driIW- '
e'he Gnhmmiseaioned'?and non
By order .of Col. ..CaEAUHAM -fo. - -
gru .Crdjutned RegmetSC m.o
ed vi. apporera amue Wo illias- n
h.gndp th 7hf. MATIe'Nde; by8
ed offier aiie od ie da rei the ~rill
and instrsction; dOffcel s peiites'wnnil wea
a-uutneiprofuewearo o ph'elard'ttoe sam
i-pct ot ay upi io t ledg c-rblocAini
ed.o wiy lo rade o' dytefi ho
edO$crel ore&opade hey apraionZ.
atrhmeu and p asodiIaawffidiril
amissione aiesil lo p dd atte ae
Stemea tte Re- S nth)Carodeigroun
etia hittle &re osep'-DWhttl,-. - -
-Ag st27 .'... 3 -
William:Whittle, Willis Whitle and
Tapaigtomnv sidsfction that-Wilian
W~~piniyao Ceitain' ai his fire Efra,
Mastin, Whittle,,.and the 'children of' Reuhetr -
whjil. dedeased, ;namely Marina, West,'
Maliinda, anid AininaaDefendaniteirthis cise,.
aie, and reside iihout-the limits'of this.Stater -
on motlowr by Mib Wardfaw,solicitor'foiPlen.
tiff. ordere'a vihat the absent D)fdetsbs
namedi appear 'in' this Court;'andeWma
swer or demur to the Bilwithin -he8~ts
from thblicatonof this notice,'or'the said
- S.-STOMPRI8;,c. o. ..
Coanmi.saioner'e Office,-August2 S4.M
Anust 27 -