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perty. which it was the great deign of
- te framers of our sacred Constitution to
Wetire and foster.
3. Resoled, .That the unanimity with
which all iheportions of our vast Col-fed
racy have accepted.. these nominations,
i's a cheering- evidence that- no sectional
Irejudice pervades the mass of the A nier
4. Resolved, That these nominatiobs are
u tribate to personal worth, pure Repub
lican.-pindiple, and etninent talent i, sim
ilar to.lhat which. has been rendered to
Washlnton, Jefferson. Monroe, Jackson,
and Van Buren. Like these patriots and
statesman. James K. Polk and George M.
Dallas have risen to distinction by the
force of their own merits, and like them,
too.the more thev are tried the more do
they evince those high tqualiiies wh'th at
tract wn. less than they hoanut the Op
plause of the.;ood and the just. Their e
te*tion, therefore, will be another brilliant
zIusijiice of the happy tendency oTour free
snajhati.ons, to develope the virtues of the
individual,.at the sanme time that they se
cure. to the social system, of which he is
a part, the greates't amount of liberty and
5. Reolvtid, That the Union of the
States composing this Con federacy, was
formed. ih the spirit of compromise, and
that whatever tends to beget sectional
Jealousy, or produce partial legislation.
oughto be discouraged and opposed; and
that- the idea. of disunion d-es not and
Oever can find favour with the America'n
'6. Acsoked, That this meeting regards
the. people of he United States, in their
'66parate.Statesovereignties, as the authors
of the Federal Constitution, aud as retain
ing in heiir own bands. all the powers they
have ont delegated to the Federal Govern
ment, and that in ascertaining what po*
ers are granted snd what not granted, the
.only safe rule is to follow the plain and
obvious language etpployed in the consti
4.ution; and that, where a reasonable doubt
is esertuined respecting the existence of a
Power, it is. an imperative dut% to abstain
From the exereiso of such power, relying
on the people themselves, who are the best
guardians of their own interests, to confer
the power, if it be really necessary, and
carefully avoiding all res-irt to the impli
cation and constructian which have so of
ten been practiced in defiance of the true
federative features of our system and of
,the principles of popular sovraignty.
7. Resolved, That this meeting, desi
.oTs only ofsecuring the ascendency ofRe
publican principless in the administration
of the' General Government, of'ers the
hand of fellowship to all their republican
brethren, who, led away by the false lights
held out to them in 1840, are now convin
ced of their error.
8, Rcsolved, That the thousand broken
promises of Henry Clay and his partizans.
and the danzerous tendency of their meas
.res at die extra session of 1841, are a
warning to the country of what may be
expected, should the reins of Government
be entrusted to such a leader. His dicta
iorial spirit, his repeated disregard of the
sacred right of instructi--n, and his bold at
tempts to destroy the checks and balances
of the Constitution. nre well calculated to
alarm the p'atriot, and justify the efforts
,which are now made by all true Demo
crats to prevent his election.
9. Resolmd, That the resolution of the
Baltimore Convention, recoinmnding the
re-annexation ofrTexas to the United States
is greatly strengthened by the evidence
.rhicb has been since disclosed of the de
signe -of Great-Britmain in respect to that
sterritery-evidencee which searcely per
-mits us .todoubt that if Texas is not incor
-porated -inte our Ution, shte must form an
alliance with.Great Britain, by n hich shte
-will becemethe ally, or provitnce, in effect,
er that great power. and thus eudantger the
safety and peace of our own counttry.
12. Resolved. That this meeting depre
cates the policy which wvould dismem
-her any portion of the territory of the
United Stees, and approves the policy of
r-he speedy -occupation of Oregon, and the
assertion of our rights, ats the rightful own
er of that soil, to such extent as has hitth
erta been claimned by the United States,
and as will (01rever exclude Britsh-imnterfer
enre, and convince European powers that
the soil of the United States, and th8 prin
. ciple of their tree system of governmnent,
are alikte invi'olale and sacred.
11. Resotied, That the thanks otf the
Democracy aro due to the dtsttngtdished'
gentlemen whio htave honot red ii mneet
ing by thieir presence, and w'ho hafe glad,
dened our hearts by the assuranc6f Whch'
they have made io us. that the findthme
ries of 1840 are expbosed and etitinidF
1.he iudgmnent of a grea-t3aorl~v of rie pee
-ple of the Union; and tha'st the election of
:James K. Polk and George .i. Dallitt nay
*be anticipated with certainty from ti~tman
ifestations already made in their favor
From the Charleston Mercury.
Extract of a .private letter received by a
.entlem.aa of this City. ft-om a dtst
6uished 'pmblic wan of Georgia, dated
- Augusta,:Sept. 2..
"From a1l the sources of information in
my reach,..1 derive the most cheerinigac.
.Couats dfth'e frogsess of the Democratic
causein Georgia. If I am not greatly
misled, the Deinocratic party will most
essuredly' triumph. The Congressional
.election in October will be but a partial
'test, but the DemoCratic .Electoral Ticket
in Novemnber will get a stronger vote. I
feel sanguine tha1 Georgia .will be found
*"right aide p' when the day comes.. It
can only be, fowvever. by a small mtajdri
-ty, not exceeding 2000 or 2500 votes.
oitaisseem sang~uimne, but I thitnk the
'sntesigailt Wbhig leaders are very anxious
-Fren1, thACarleston Courier.
'ASS IT ON.
Thie followink extra'et of a letter from
~one-of our citizens, now' in New-York, is
certainly full of inspirintg hope, and we
echneratulate the deineratideparty on the
fgloiius prospect it presents.
LNe'wvYork, Aug. 2"Y184.
Dear Sir':-?.Rely upou the fe actth
great demnaitle' arty of this' prverfiu
t~'a are united and active beyondany
other occasion foryears past. .The whigs
heretcor'sider the State of New York af'
the grosid n)o whicli the battle will b~e
1onts nWOnn and a ,oangn Haven -nur
earth with the control of a great mohey
power to secure the victory'butr it is all in
.vain. The democracy when udited as
THEY NOW ARE. 7ust conquer, it is only
when divide-d among themselves that fed
eralism can raise its head from the dust.
The State of New York may be put down
as certain as any thing in the nature of
politics can be lor a splendid demoeratic
- The Hon). Silas Wright will be the
candidate for Gvernor, and it is thought
that Mr. Van Buren will consent to go into
the Senate in his place. The rormer is
slamping it boldly and manfully for the
cause, and both these true and distin
guished degipcrats, with their po*erful
political fri lds are moving in energetic
union for Polk and Dallas! Again Icon
gratulate the party in Charleston on the
proud position of the Empire State. and
the animating prospect she hts revealed.
Prom tie Southern Pattiot.
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EU.
Arrival of the Hibernia.-The Steam
ship Hibernia arrived at Boston on Sun
day last. and her letters being forwarded
South hy the Government Express. come
to hand this morning, but no papers or
slips, time not being allowed, we ap
prehend, for this purpose. There cau,
we inagine, .te no political intelligence,
in addition to what was received by the
Great*Western, of any importance. The
following extracts of letters will show the
state of the market at Liverpool and
Liverpool, Aug. 18.
We have less doing in Cotton the past
ten days, and prices are Id lower than in
the first part of the month. The sales or
Cotton to day are 4000 hales, the market
Liverpool, Aug. 19.
Since the 16th ittst. our market has been
inanimate and the prices then current are
obtained with increased difficulty.
Liverpool, Aug. 19.
This market is now in a most depressed
state, and the general opinion is against
Cotton. It appears to me the growers are
:rying all they can to run down prices. and
unrortunately the weather here is not very
favourable for the harvest, it rains every
day. The general reports from the coun.
try are of heavy rains-should they con
tinue all of this month and September, it
then is possible that the prices for Cotton
will remain firm-every thing, however,
depends materially on the further aceounts
from the United States.
Ifavre, Ang'. 14.
Our market wears a good appearance,
looking forward no; fot better prices, for
we can scarcely ekpect them higher with
the rates ruling at Liverpool, and the
near approach of another crop.- Bu-t we
have the prospect we may say the certain
ty of a good regular demand. The redu
ced state of the stock in spinners. hands
which nitnst he tie case as'they for many
months past purchased less than. their av
erage contumptio, and' an improving
state of their trade peniit us to look for
ward with confldeace toa- good deman'd.
The rumored occupation of Tangiers,
we think but tto .probbble, which must
necessarily complicate the qudstion' of
peace b-etween Englanc and France. ft
was certainly uW strange proceeding on' the
part of the French govern-ment, if desi
rons of peace, to p'ut ilt eonmand of such
an expeditioni. a young man pantiibg for
dibtitnetion, antd etntertainaing th6 opinions
the Prinuce h'as e'pressedl 6s to the rela
tions atnd resouirces of the.t wo' dount'ies.
tinless Lomuis Philippe's caleul'aiion iA, that
whatever excess' of teal for the datioiatl
hnur, :he Prinde do Xoinville may ex
hiblt, it 6idmits of explanation antd dima
vowel' amI wvill indi-ease the poputlariiy in~
IFrance of' bis fatniff and dynasty. Wd
have noi doublt. then. but what tife' occui
pat ion'of Taingiers will he dis'avoWed, a's
an act uuauthorized by the French Gov
ernmetut. that this place n ill be restoredl to
Morecco tn het' taakinug atonement. the
Prinde recalled and feted in Paris, the
llouse 6? Orlea'nis profiting in' popularify
hy t he event The Trah'itadispute is' mdre,
ditmenut ruf reedoilement, and w4 sliauld'
not be surprised, if the Guiziat e'd'niin
istration, refuses to come up to the sthark'
of French national pride, in withholding
reparation to England, to see the Thiers'
party, or and entertainting similar senti
ntients, succeed to the present Mtinistry.
In such an eveiht war would be inevitable
.ofen|IHailstorm in Medweay. M as.
'We have been favored with the followitng
extract of a letter received in this city da
ted thts morning&i
MYesterd'ay. abut' 1 o'cfolo, ine expe
hiencede the tmogt severe and' destructive
fboil s,tormr. tetmpanied' with wind
andrain. that ever wvas' ken''n hero by
1tie oldest persons living, destroying and
eutting down vegetation' arel'ecti'ally as
would the mowei- with his saythe. The
winiddwglass which *as esposed'itd the
fury ofthe z.Errmwas but very little oh
uirutctionio the couftse of the' hail moniies.
SoumwIdehlI measured were ui.z inches
int estimfience', add that half an hbur
afterntheiy had fiallen. Some were ae-is
nred..by other- persons which were-orn
inches,.: .The quantity of rsin which fell
:dj e trm, in the space of thirty mm
tuesasjinch The hail storm did not
lnst re ithan 6fteen minutes."-Bosten
Tracript, 26th ult.
TGc Pid~.epoits.-According to a
stateg:eat( mae by the Secretary of the
Treasu7 hiere were in the Deposite
Banrkso mriots-'parts of the Union atnd
at the sa hj. S; Mints, on the 26th of
Augus, S~.409 61 subject to. his
'draft. Of,thiu euim the fotur Deposite
Masks inte City -df New York, viz: the
Banki oiommeree.ube Bank of America,
the Amderican Exchange Bank. and the
Mersltanti Bank, had in iheirkeeping$4,
IReal -meo .and women never sneer at
haics, and operativesi batt' selftyled
emani and ladies not urequently do.
ave heard ofra lady who once left a
om because a mechanic entered.
8 mnarried a basketmniker, and di'ed a
Peitsytvania.-Hon. Francis U. Shuni
was unanimously nominated as the demo
eratic candidate for Governor, by the
state convention at Harriitirg 6 Moa
Treasury. Notes.-The Secretary of tii
Treasury gives notice that the Depart
meu is prepared to redeem all the out
standing treasury notes. The amount i
stated to be $2,008,459,
On the 29th August, by the Rev. 11. A. Wit
LIAMS. Mr. BUD C. MATHEWS to aIlis DoRe
Trr ANx MILLER, daughter of Joshua Mille
blI of this District.
HAMBURG, September 3.
Cotton.-To day we make up our annual re
ceipts of cotton in Hamburg. The reeeipt
from Ist Sep. 1843 to 1st instant. amounted t(
65,955 bales. Same time last year 55,10-2 bales
as taken from the Ware-house books. Stoci
on hand 1st -5.1D8 bales, last year 1,385-to
tal stock on hand in Ha mburg and Augusta
17,505-lastryear 6,367. Total receilits it
Hiamburg and Angusta for the year ending Isl
inst.-193,72- last y ear, 204,301.4 There nn
been received of the new crop in Hamburg 1M4
bales. and in Atgttsta 709 bales up to 1st inst
Our q 6otations to-day ar 4A to 64 ets-prin
cipal sales 54 to 6 cents. The quality arriving
is only fair, the most of which is of the new
crop. There is not enough arriving yet, to es
tablish a market, though we look for a good
deal to arrive iu a week or two. Alaiket rather
Conhy Flour is selling from wagons at $4.
AUGUSTA, Sep. 5.
Couo.-The mark.t since our last has beer
moderately active, and the demand fair at lai
week's quotations. Greater activity would no
doubt have prevailed but for the low state of
onr river. Prices have undergone little vari.
tion. and we con.inne to quote the extrenes of
the market from 44 to 64 cents. About 90(
bales of new colton have been received.
COLUMBIA. Sept. 5.
Couon-There has been a number of bales
of the new crop ieccived during the week, most
of which were stored, as pintters are tnwilling
to sell at present ratesg Prices may be qoted
much the sainme s last we-ek, say 64 to tij fo
new. and 44 to 6. for old-thiough it is difliculti
to obtain them.
Gror.cries-We have no change to notice in
these articlessince last week. 'The fall supplieq
have mostly been received or are receiving, anc
the stocks are extensive and contintially increa
Khb' Ctiod.-16 bale.s of the new crop. the
first brought to our market, were sold last week
at'6. cents. 17 bales (9 froi th e plantation o1
J. D. Ashmnore of Sumter. and 8 froat Capt
Sunmmerville's plantatioii in this District.) were
stored, the same price being offered but re
liised. There is very little of tho old crop of
fering-we heard of one sale at 4 cents. Frot
the favorable season for picking, we may ex
pect the business to commentice somewhat ear
lier this seasutn than usual.-Camden Journal,
Cdrrespondence of the Soats Caroliniai.
. CHARLE'SToN, September 3.
The Cotton Market, during the greatest parl
of last week, yesterday included, has been in a
very unsetled aid depressed state; and altho'
the siles since my last, of Wednesday noriing
have amounted to about 1,150 bales, thev were
efe-ctc'd more by the dispnition of hofddra tc
sell, than by the desire of purchasersto -buy
(Inder such circimstances, prices have ol
course given way, and are I think now fully
Jct. lower. than a day or two following the re
ceiptotle accounti by the Acadia. Extreine
o prices range from 41 to 74 cents, and it takes
d~ choice article to command the latter price
Liverpool thir may not he quoted over 64 O
the nienw crop but very few bales have been re.
ceived, cttnd still less sold at 64 a 68. The an.
counts by the Great Western are now daill
looked for. She was to have left Liverpool dti
the f9th tit for New York, atnd may possibl)
htnve reacl'ed there on Friday or Saturday last
If she ~did so we shall hear of her by this marns
.Satturday last being the end of our commer
cial year, a very careful count was made of the
stock or cotton in stores and otn shipbhoard
'amimtedl to 12,893 bales, incltiding i,00'or
board the shipi Tallahassee. houtnd f'or Licer
pool. Last season it wvas 7,300 bales, of wshidi
500 we're ass shipboatrd. .
Respectiung the forthcoming crop, a'nd the
p robiable ranige of prices after the season has
fairly co'mmenced, there are very confiictine
opi'nions ; but it is. generally ndmistted that the
crop will reach 2,400,000 bales, anid that' pri.
es viill open, anid continule during thte senson
(uniforsen accidents excepted,)at 5 a 65 to 7c
I-olders of Cotton continuie to manifest
strong desire to aell, in conseqtuence of which
Oaoit 700 bags chaniged hands yesterday, a
former prices. The accotunts per Great Wes
tern are jinst receiv~ed. They appear of ratheci
i~ dampeinitg order.
, . CHAaL.Es~roN, Sep, 7.
Couion.-Received during the p~ast week by
R'ail Rload 1304 biales ('pinds; by wagons 28
total l392 bases: extiorted ini sasne time. to Liv
erpool. 1827 bales; to New Yosk. 1168; tota
'2995 bales; leaving on'hand at shipping stobk a
10449 bales. exchassi'e of 798' bales on ship
board not cle'ared.
rin otur Iast circular of the 2d inst.. which i~
included the ttansactions of Suturday oif th
Week' previous to the past, we reported th
imarket for Upland. as being in' an tunsettlec
state, prices irregular' and havinig a dow vnafas
tendesncy.- Ons Mionday and Tsuesdaiy the mar
kettemained in about the samne condition
saleir to the amnbuht of 874 bhles were ihadu
huath days included. on terms doittinuing in fa
vor of purchasers. Oh Wdlnesday mornidI:
the udmeotynts por Gieat' Western wets recei
ved from Liverpool to the 17th tit. and otr ths
next morng were folldwd by thsoses by the Hi
bernia, being thsee days later. The geneta
feturei of thte Liverpool market were repre
isented as ftat and witir somnewhat of a deCline
Since then our market has been very much de
pressed, piartidiarly on Thtirgday and yestes
day-'-only 95 bales of tlie tndiv e~np havinig bees
usrid ut 6ga 6k on'that day.-Mercief.
,ONrO1R BtBL~f SOCI ET Y.
Of"~The Executiv~e .Cpmirnritee of. th
A bbeville and Edgefeld Union Bibie' So
ciety ilil meet at the suh trihefs hobse i
Greenwvo~iot Tuesday the 15th O'ctobb
niext, ar 11 o'clock, A. M. A full attend
once of the Cornittee is particinlarly re
quested.. W. P. HILL, Chairman.
- HAMBURG REPUBLICAN
Gentlemen holding subsaeiitidah papers ft
this Journal, will please forward- tle name
upon- them, to the publisher by the 20th inst
at Edgefield C- H., S C. After that date
H amburg......J AS. COC HR AN,
F ROM 10to 12,000 l16s. COUNT RY B.3
FCON, a prime article~inst received ani
for sale biy -.SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Sentemhbe 4, . . .. .33~
C0 E AP GOODS '
FROM ThE. NORTH.
H2 Subscribers having received some of
their GOODS, beg leave to invite. the
publoic to call and see them; as they can say
without hesit'iton..that they are the cheapest
ever otTeiid in Edgefield.
. The following are some of the articles.:
Silk and Wool Poplins, a beautiful and fash
ionable article for dresses, at 374 ets.
Superior. High Cold Lindseys, 14 cents.
Worsted Mitts, 6j; Superior do. 124 cti.
Saphire Boars, 124 coents.
Ladih Worsted Caps. 25 to 374 cts.
8-4 French Shawls. $1 75.
Superior Edgings, from 2 ets. up per vai-d
A large assortment of fashionable Silk'Ghr.ps
and Fiinges. for Ladies dresses, very cheap;
Brushel Laces, 12.3 per yard.
Splendid Black Nettn-. cheap.
Superior Velvet Caps for Boy's and Men, at
Silk Pongees and Chorns, % ery cheap.
We will take pleasure in showing orir Gois.
and naming low prices. C
J. COHN & CO..'
Cheap Cash Store, opposite Planter's Hioite.
Sep. 1 tf 33
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
A RE now receiving their FAr.L AND WIN
,, TER -stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NroO CLnTus, Bt..nKE'Ts, BOLTING CLOTHS,
CARPETING. BONNETS, and
all die fine and fashiohable articles for Ladici
and Gentlemen's tear.
We have completed such. arrangemnents as
will put us in the receipt of nero Goods treekly,
during the business season. so that all the new
styles of ashiomnble goods can he found at our
S hue. as good a's the best, and cheap as th cheap
est. ac fast as they shall appear in the New York
TIlE MERCHANT TAILOR SfHOP,
wiil oill he conducted
By Mr. G. IV. DICKiNSON.
A fine adnrtment of Cloths. Casimerres, Ves.
tings and Tailor's Trimiings constantly on
. WM. KETCIIAM & CO.
Seyiemfrief 11, .tf 3:1
AoccSr 30th, 1844.
T.IE 24 Reginient of Cavalry will parade
V at Longnnres on Tuesday tihe 24th of Sep.
tember next, for review and inspection.
The commissioned aud non-comnnissioned
officers will assemble the day previous, for drill
Each captain will be reqnired to make a full
return of the strength of his company on the
day of review.
The Rngimental Staf' will attend on the day
of drill and review.
By ordet of General GUv-roN:
J. C. SPROULL. Col.2d lReg'nt.,
1st Brigade Cavalry.
John F. Sproull, Adjutant.
?ept. 1] ,2t 33
Balloon Ascension !
MR. WISE, (AEronaut.) respectfully an
nounees to the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Colhmnbia, and of the aurrountding Districts,
that he will shortly have the honar of appearng
beforethem for the purpose of gratifyia'z them
with'oiO ofhig taimficerht sERIAL ASCEN
STON., Ifavin' un'derstood with regret that
they haveafieadben dgutimed with a tatiture
dir the wagrfBnlonig, he woild ha induced
to a'ppriach thern with more rslei6tarce were
he not aware of the characteristic liberalhy of
thb' 'eoplo of the Sontih in bestowing merit
where it is dne. Kno'wihg that he possesses
the abili'y in thiih particnlar, lie hazards nothing
in imviting all, far and near, to come and see,
for h'd assures them there will be no mistake.
Hesill make his' 5'2d Ascension m his beamq
tiful n'e BA'i.:ooks "Venus" frotn thie enclosure
in frotof the Circus, on the A ET EnsooN of thme
Fr asi SA-rennAYv in (.)crohiEl ensuing, (the 5th
Day,)'at 4' o'clock, P. M.
'I'he Gatfs will be open at 2 o'cloik, at which
time thih prodess of INFLATION will colhinlence,
(amid s'liicha is' by far the r'nost interesting part
of the exhibition;) at 4 .o'clock the..beautifutl
Ca'an'd itpparatlis .will be- attached ; after Ia
kiiig his sent .the Cords tdill be cut,. and lie will
dbar afoft to the atharirationl of all who tuay be
Snitable Seals will be ercted for the necom.
modation of Famnilies, which cnti be .secured
on applicatiom'to Mr. I. HI. COL.EMA, of whom
Tickets Can be huad at One Dollar each;' chil
drein accompanyimg their parents and servants
at half price.
'Fhe Winnsbioro' News. thte Edgefield Ad.
itiser, and Camden Jonrnal, will pleae ib
sert three times, and firward hill, with a paper
contanitg the tilvertisemnent, uorair. I. H. Cole
man, at Colutmbia, who will pny the same.
Sept. 11 31 33
lMedical College of Georgia,
Tg1H E nnual course of Lectures in this In
I gitution, itll commnence on Monday, 11th
Anatonly-George M. Newton, M. D'
Sdrgery-P P. Eve, M. 1).
Institutesaul Practice of Medicinc-L D. Ford-,
PhsooUand Pathological Anatom-L. A.
Matenia Medica and Theraputics.-I. P. Garvin,
is D. . .. ,
Obsterics-J. A. Eve. M, D.
Clentistry and Pharmiacy-Aiexander Mleahs,
Denmonstratlor of a ouiq'-H. IF. Campbell,
ClmealDacn'reiill be deliver~d' at the
City Hospital, wioh~I is under the charge of the
Pees for' tiia hill doiirse, - $1.10 00
iatriculaition. to be taken nce, 5 00
Pra'etibal Anatonty, to be taken once. 10 00
-Surgical'oper'aions ill be perfoirmed grattu
il~dsly, ivhisn brbiight before thme class
:Good board may be-obtarhed in' the city fronf
.$12 to $15 per month.
G. Mi. FEWTON, Dean.
Sep.11 33 ft
g7The following papers will~pnblish the
above to~ the ambont of $5', -and forward their
addiotnts' to the Dean: Southerni Recorder.
Federal Union, Savannah Georgiann, Colum
bus Enqutit'er, Mircon Telegraph, t-ielicon. Ma
riefta, Alabama Joturnal, Tuiskaloosa Flag,
Hnntsville Democrat, Knoxville Register, Ten.
Edgefiid Advertiser, Greenville Mountaineer,
.Pettdleton'Messengar, A palachicola Advertiser,
'and Tallahassec Floridian.
-hANIEL A BBEY, Saddler and Harntss
Maker, Itufor.msiifriends tand the pub
lie -generally, thmat he. has rennedhis establish
r went to hif old s'tanid, ad'joiding the stdie of S.
s F' Godde,- *vhre he wtdl be happf to Isrve
,them with'aty dtiCles its his lihe of business.
u- July St - - f 27
Tg H E Subscribers have formed a parftief
R siinforthe Practice of Law.
d F. H. WARDLAW,
-i: W. C. MORLAGNE.
.ineI totf - 21
T HIS Instiiition'-will be opened upo
an extensive scale by MRS. S. 11
MOISE '6n Tuesday.the 2d of October, at th
airy andcomumodionss residence formerly occi
pied by the late Madame- Prud'homme, Ha:
son-street, north of the Citadel, and two doo
west of Meeting-st., well known as one of ti
most salubrions locations ininfecity. No pais
will be spared in procuring the most conipeije
and .efficient Assistants; nid Pr'ofesors will I
employed to lecture upon; and illustrate ti
Sciences. is a bomplete Cheimnicki and Phil(
sophical Apparatris will be furnished. .
Every branch comprising a -coiiplete cotiis
of Eriglish will beinught.
Also, Freni6h. Spanish, italianl.. Vocal al
Instrtimental Music. n .the Hirp. Piano ari
Guitar, Diawing,. ainting and Dancing.
Young Ladies will be received a -bnarler
whose studies, morals and" deportment will b
under the hiniediate sa'perirrtendeace of Mrs
A careful Direciress will preside o.ver th,
Dormitories and Lauindry, and every effort wi
be made to render this Institution equal to an
in tEt6 Utied States.
Tifose who lidve ompleted their Engl'
inhonlasic'.rnireiind -desire to :perfect tihe
selves in 51 nssic. or the anguages, will li'e~r
ecived as Parlor l3oardersrand have thebne
of tire best Professors.
For English, frot $ to --P 0E
French,.Spanish and Italian, each 10-0'
fInsio or the Piano, -2000
i - Har , -
. " " Gnitar,
Drnwirig and I~aiting -
D 'ning, -t -- -
Boarding. incliding light and fuel, 50 00
Pupilsentered for.t hIle term, will be re
aeived at a less price .thanby'the siirileqnarter
Charleston, So..Ca., Sept.1st, 1844..
Flis Excellency, Geurge V. Ci'ad rid,
lion.John P. King,
lHon.'Andrew J. Miller, Q
Hon. John W. Wilde,.
Col. Win. Cumming,
Robert F. Poe, Esq., - .*
Ful Bones, Esq.,
Rev. C. S. Dodd, hignsta J
Dr. 1. W. Stokis,',
Di. Janieq H. Grfltrai, ann.
F. 11. Elmore, Esq.,
Wim. Dearing, Esq., . Clharlcsion.
A. G. Ro.ss. Esq.,
Hugh Rose Batiks. E.,. J.
ep. 11 4' 33
07Savannah Republican and Edgefield' Ad
restiser,Iwill please copy'one a week for fun
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed. to seU at Edge
field Court House, on the .FSirAt .Monda
and Tuesday in October nsextttjh, ollow
ing property :
Martha J. Seibles and others, vs Mac
Lamar, one nogro woman, Mariah.
Luther Roll, N. L. Griffin and other
vs. Charles Lamar, the above natned n6
gro woman, Mariah.
J. Wooten & Smith, and others, v
Edward Butler, the interest of the defeni
sut in the stact or land where William Bui
ler lived at the tihne of his death', contain
ing t*o.hnidied 'nd fiTry acres, nore <
less, adjoinintg linds of Harry Cultyreatl
Wiley Hnrnlim and otbers.
Leroy Ft. Musday and others, vs. len
and Jaues EVaus a tract of lan.d conair
ing one hundred and eighty acres, ma.re
less, adjoihing of Fund of Thomas W. Mo
ton and others. .
Branflon & gnderson vs. Chas. Pric
the tracr of land where the defendant livi
containing two hsndredl acres, more c
less; adjoining of lands of D. D'. Marvi
Tiha Stat'e 's. Sam uel H. Williams. W
C. Willia and Moody H arris, one Mat
and Colt, the property of~ the defendas
Joh'i R. Dow nad others, vs. John C
K. Hbimmoud, onse negro boy by te snats
oflewis aie .asnd Wells Chary,v
Elias Watsosn, one negro girl by she nanr
Pat ri Leonas'd, vs. M'. II, G'earty;' th
tract of lansd where the defenadarat live
coninsing twenty-two acres, tmore or les
adj'oiuibg lanids of F. O'Connoi and 6itl
Biselian Warrick and' r~slhers, vs. .1<
sepia Rumley, the tract of la'nd wvhere ti
defendant lives, dotntainidg- six-,onr acre
more or less. adjbining latids~nf Ebjija Al
ney and othsers.- Aso.'onie Horse.
.James Trerry, Commrissioner, anil oti
era. vs. Lewvis Elizey, a tract of land dot
taining fou~r hundred acres, moire or les
adjoinsing latnds'of Elizabeth Carter, A.,
Rambo and others.
Bransnon & Anderson, vs. William H Jan
ihiont, she tract of land where the defendas
lives. contain ing-ond hundred and eightee
acres, more or less, adjoining lands
Nancy Flintn acd' others.
JBrannon & Anderson, vs. Elbdrf Co
netit, a tract of Idand coukaining. thi-ee hut
dred and fifty acres, more or less' on Sti
yen's Creek, anigolads of Willial
Ioberison adfd others.
Benjamitn iz, vs. WVilsoni W. Cra
and Moody Herris, the traet of land whet
tirecdefendentl Wil'son W Criinlive
containg one hundred .acres, snore or les
adjoininag lasils of ,Joseph Boslton; Mo.
Harris atnd otiei-s.
John Chappell, vs. David Rtogers, tl
tract of' land- where the defetndant live
containinag onfe' hundred and sixty acre
mnse or less; adjioining' lands of Will
Morse ani others.'
"H. BOULWARE, s. E. If.
Sept. I1, 31 3
The lEtna'Isrance eomp'
TH E Sdibscrzbe' prepared 1o Inssure
Lgainst loss or damage by Fare or. Ila
Navigation, at lie'thnalrateso tremiunr.~
H'.L JErP'F 8,dAgent.
famhburg, Aurguit23,-1844. - 3n 21
S published ,by Henry- C .Goodwinsles'e
KSatuarday mnorntings office No.5& Washsi1
ton-street, Bostong Devoted- to Chsristiasnit
M'ttgal Rights, Polite Literatuske, Generali
telli~gence, Agricultire, and lth6'Arts.,.
.. Te-'RS. T F'.,Norrini'Edist and Propr
ter; the Rev'-~S.'Loelf Asaistanit Editor.
-Terms-'42-2 -par. year;- if..(paid in advatte
$225 at the ex-piration of ste- monaths, a
$2 50'if not piaid until:tbe end of the year.
- -A. RAMSEY, AutiL
Au~ns; 27 Edgefield C. I..8. C.
State of Sout fCarolina,
.; EDGE.Z DISTRI
n BYJOHN H L -Eqgir d inary
of Edgeficia M r1, E
t Wherens James Currhath ap lied to
ine for Letters af.Auministration, on all
- and singular the oods. dnd chattels rigis
- and credits of Joseph Jonei, late of the
e. 'District aforesaiddeceased.these are there
Sore in.cite and admonish all aidsingular,
The kindred and creditors of the sail de. ek
e ceased, to Ie and appear before mne,
- neit Ordinary's Court for the said.D e
to be holden at. Edgefield Court H. t
e the twenry-thirddiy.of Septembi.
shoiw cause, if any, why the-sgid
d tration shoild not be ra fed
d Given under Ihy iuRs
9th day of.Sepiemb 0 -our
Lord' one thouer
forty-four, and e
can. Iude e
HlAM~BUR, S C.
HE Subsriberhsi i hai~ need them
selves in the WAILEZHOUSE' AND
COMMlON BUSINlSaS ai ikhild stand of
G. W .RXZa, undet dtiifr:(in l
W A LKE :& PAfSON.
'They ivould-b leatd ofler their services
to their friends n tie ?u -blic generaly;. in the
transaction of Coiaasso osusss, in all
its.branched., They- are pripared-to'attend to
the Sale, Sorage an'd ,S&ppiug qf Gotton, Ba
con, Flour, and other Produes. RecetiVig- and
Fortwarding Goods, purchasing to rder, c. $C.
They feet assured from the favorable location
of theif A nrd-flouse- well known to the pub
lie asthe WATER PROOF WARE HOUSE,
and foi jfk mhny drdvanages in point of. location.
and fron, the louigieiuerienee of Mr. Walker in.
the Cotfoyibasin:ess.'ah6 will devote -bis per.
sonal attentioi it) the sale of Cotitoa; and
frotr their detei tlnia'tion to devote their undi
vided attention" to the bu-iness. they will be
able to, give ginert' satisfaction.
Their charges will beforselling cottoi:25cente
per bale;' for ship ping do,f24cents; forselling all
othei prduce 2. per cent ;-25 cents per pnck
age for receiving and loiwaiding'Metchandise.
No cominission will be charged our customers
for the purchiaving of goods. Having a fine
Whair attached to- ouir Ware House., no
Wh arrage will bechaiged onCotton consigned
r to our care, either for sale. or to be shipped to
Savannah or Charleston.. Liberal adyices on
. produce consigned to us. will be made when
.We pledge ourselves not to specnlate in or
.purchase one bale of Cotton, but devote an un
divided attentiou to the interest of our customers
which we hope will iusure us a liberal patron
age. e - .
WAIMER & PEARSON.
I- L. PEARSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion to re
turn - my ,thanks to my frienda and patrons. for.
theliliberal suoppiort during tie pist foi years;'
anti assure them I properly aipreciate their
kindnems'ajid confidenie.; and in return will
use my Uest personal ifforts. to protect their
r intetes; whelpconfided; toWalker & Pearson.
, f or whom iWould ildiii jon'r donfidence and
Ware-Douse & Com1s
ir P. STOVALL, (late of-the firm or
r e s -rnfu ll & SItons & Co.) .would
r inform his friends'and public gen
,erally, that he has taken the commtodious FIRE
- Pu al0 FWA R E--I4UsE. k nown as Cc.
litt & Walker; which, having streets on three
sides aid a large vacant lot on-th~forth, is not '
anr'.,uae d for safety ,and conu'ebience by any
e in toe city of An'gusta.
Hie will devote his .strict personal attention
to the interest of Isis patro~ns, in the Sale and
*Storoge of COT TON or atny.othzcr Produce.
e with which he may be favored; to thie pur
chase and forwarding-of Goods, and the Corn
emission &usiness Generally, and trust, from
~, many years experience in the business, to receive.
~.a fair ihiare of p~atrontage.
H is c-.irges will be as moderate as those of
other similar establishnuents in the city.
t~adl advances .will'be~made, when required,
on Produce in Store .
a N B.-Wagissid Carts ladened with Cot
. ton, to Adgdsrt, are nodt reguired to pay Toll
-at onie Bridge. 'coming~ or going.
Augusta, GaAug 29,184'4 -. 3t 32
G ENERALf COhIMfd8ION BUSINESS
~ -pTTrtE -..
Water Proof, and 1N0 Militake
7N'E Suibscrilberstiil continue at the above:
I I staid. to REdEIVE amid STOR, SELL or
'Cottoni, Flouat, Bacoui,&c.
Purchase GOO D. io oi) (e.&ce'
'Produce s'enj.t jheni wji in eriitions as to.
n its disposal, shall b. PRdrPrrattenided'te, and
orders. in every:starice~estrietly olieged.
n Feeling grateftil for patnvorstifey respect
-e fully solidit a contimiime dthisa'ie .
H,..'' L. JiFFE~RS & CO.
Hamburg, Atrgui.I 844 6tm 31
theA esaeo ila R rsn Sr. de
~' ceased, are regi~ested to'present thein by the~
*25th Deceinber.?as the'estate 'Idtrbtitedr
is 'iminedia'tly.therenar. -l edu~
GEORGE ROBEgTBON Exeentor.
* Septemsber 4 ~ 3m* 32
-)~ BOXES and .5 casks prime Goshena
e CH EER E, rich and mild.
Forisale 6y H. A. KN'NRICE.
- H amburg. Aug 24. Snis .31
- E Iorha otice.
d 'LEPos'nsindebted to thi tidte of the'
te. Samu&F. A. M'cDowell, deceased.
ame regnested to make immediate payinent, and
- all persons haringifentadaagatnat the estate
- o said deceased area regqrested top'resent them:
duly attested, withianthe time, prescribed by
g. EXAJ ER GfcAINE, Alni'r.
y, September 4, J84 3t '32
- Baen, ice, Cofre, &c.
eUTreceived, and for sa~.
50 ag prmeRio Caftb',e'
5S tierces Rio,'prime; ,G
id - h~nSds~ilothte
EFER & CO.