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Fpst b omsondncefthSouth Carouaa
Augusta Oct. J844.
"GenM'D)ufliefsgeech was debidedly
the plaiest and mostnimpassioned one
I ever lieard fromnl Indevoted entiirely
to a cleir aI imple elucidatioa ofshis
courseando ionmnrelation toiUnited
States;Ban~ t rationof t~he-protec
zive-po 4 j the goneral terests and
domestkc iatittionsi of tho., South, and
tbe exposire of the extraoridmory and ex
travapar ,vetvs 'and. positi6ns of: Co.
Toombss nhith,.as :he said, set -uttrlylat
n. a dught .h& dand well established princi
Ie 4f "tinal economy laid. doivn by
Adam Smith,' Say, &c. He seemed to
studiously avoid thatremarkably intensity
of feelingAhd vehemence -of manner and
expressiondwhich.so strikingly and. pow
erfully oharacterize hisi speernhes general
ly, and to carefully devotei thie whole-time
alloted to him to- the inforiation :of-his
hearers. In.oginstance only, while
aki 'f itejaggriions of the Tariff,
ih nrallgmove him o strongly) did
beaif the slightest ;excitement, and
then only toa-very moderate extent. Some
thoughnhis arose fOom his physical-debil
ity-; but very difierent would have been
their idea'of it had they heard the intensi
ly veheiment'and overwhelming. bursts of
passion in his late speech: at Edgefield
Qourt House,-on th.20th nIt., only twelve
days.before ; when, as I observed in my
comments on them, "his feeble frame
induced me to doubt at first its power to
sustain himjoin these splindid and.over
whelming out barits of patriotic scorn and
indig-aiton;-but so fir from suffering from
tin peare.to gain strength from
each a eted a, remarkable mani
festationiof thWeower of minde-ver. mat
ter, and of, a igantie intellect to arouse
and -stimulate the, energies of the body."
Bektin onElections.-The Providence
Jorndsays "This betting-on elections is
a growing evil, and threatens to destroy
the purity of the ballot box altogether. The
purse is every day gaining the power over
principleand political contests are becom;
ing more and more personal and merce
nary. A man's faith in regard to the sue
cess of any particular candidate or party,
is doubted, and laughed at, unless he offer
to hack bis opinion by money or'a soit of
clothes-and such :is the imierfection of
human nature,. that those who have thous
ands staked on the result of an election,
which' they can ill ifford to loosewill be
very likely to resort to "bribery'and cor
ruption,!in order to win.,Tiewill strain
a point or conscience for the sake of the
pocket, or.even for a new hat,-which
theywould hardly.do to save a party. In
this way gamblers- in stocks, and gamblers
in cards, are among the inoisiest and most
interested' politiciana 6nd thus our free
elections are debased to the level or.horse
racing and cock. 6ghting, and the blessings
of. our boasted repuhilicai institutions. are
spouid by blacklegsndjockeys. Why
should not -betting .on elections, in other
words, degrading and trifling with the most
sacied trust of citizenship, be treated as an
offence against the State, rnd punishable
- as perjury, or common gambling?"'
Sectional Jealouis.-We would sa to
our bro;a}eroftii C. Watchman, weare
not. for stirring up sectional jealousy;'but
we are for atosing the South rrom. their
mental apathy, and would impress :upon
our southern readers the importance, the
absolute necessity of acting for themIelves.
The child that alivays lies on the arm of
its parent will never learn to walk. If it
would stand erect and walk as others do,
must let go the hand of tho parent and
make an effortritself. Let the South exert
its energies, cultivate native talents, place
itself on an equality in literary mainers with
the North, and she wilt be Teated more
'respect/ully and, consequently, will have
less . frequent cause ofrcomplaint., Let a
man act aright, and we care not in what
longitude lies the 'land of his nativity.
Commend us to an honest and liberal man,
say we, and wherever we find him we will
hail him and love him as a brothei-es
Christian Index. .-n
Death from the Lock Jawo.-In New
York, on Sunday, an inquest wvas lieldon
the body of John Frank, aged 44 yeat.
The deceased was engaged in a faefiii
for grinding paints, and about a fortnight
since, while attending to the mnachinery,
in endeavoring to takp a small stone from
the work, his left hand was caught-liy one
of the wheels, which tore off th nie
fingers. He lingered until Satuardayilast
when death put a period to his sufferings,
as he died of lock-jaw.
Important Election Deciio.-lndge
King, of the Court of Common Pleas, at
Philadelphia, decided on' Saturday mior
ning that by the naturalization -o a man:
all of his minor children iresidin in this
United States are ips facowma- citi.
zens, and entitled to vote when of -ge.
Judge King passed, this decision on ,tho
Act-of Congress- of the 14tbh April, 1802,
andiotn a decisibn- of the Supreme Court
of thie United States, in Cranch's Reports,
where it is expressly laid: down that *-the
children.of persons duly naturalized shall
if dwelling in the Uied States, he con
sidered as citizens of the United States."
-Reported FLight of the Governor of Ar
canaas.-Gone to Tezas ith all his pro
perty.-The Arkansas-Times and Advo
cate, of 6%ibi *hetembir, states that it
wasarumored -that Governor- Conway,.of
thiat State, has sloped for- Texas, carrying
-all hiunegroe-with him;1ihessaminregroes
it-which the United States Governmeint had
levied upon'to secure a judgment for up
wards- of $12,000, appropriated to pay
volunteers in 1838.-but which the Gover
nor had applied to his own purposes.
Lgevit.-Solmon: Her's Levi, ati
Isrealire lately died atlierheinm near Lan
dan, in the 109th year of his age, havinj;
retained to the last. the-ful -iserof~all his
faculties. - He was followed to-the grave
hy81 childe andgureatagrad children.
One of his daughters, 73 years -old cold
with slifficony he remioved from, the min.n
imate remains-of her parent. During his
long and active career, the deceased had
never been ill. ~
Advise to Travellers-A youngsi ael
Ier ras adisdby a friend to stepit the
second best hotel or inn in~every- place he
.usnally bojb. expensive -and careleus t(
jilease;. whilst the other, hiig.a reputa
tion yet to maLe,wouldserve you well at
a moderate charge., But Goldsmith's
opinign. .which he pists intqathe oiuth of
young Marlko, in She htoofsto Couquer,
is perhaps pretty nearly .the truip one,
"Travellers: must pay mn.anuplacestle
only: difference is thii a'fnidijou pay
dearly. (or luxuries- ibad tons yo are
Beeced and starved,
Don't Go West.- Peoplefrom h iiWes'
tern'itie beoof you.ng- profesionalmen
if they have any or-. themselves,
not to think of emi aing to Ie' Villey
of the Mississip. The profestions. cx
ceptthffgc ant, re4 burthened to ex:
cesiaWba ii'wantedat the West, is
imore-farmers, maechanics, manufacturers,
woolrqiera, and- laborers. Millions ol
acres, teeming with luxuriant vegetation,
only what the -husbandman, to yield an
Birds of a Feather.-A' sherifl of one
county, having in charge a group of felons
boeid,to the Auburn State Prison, en
countered the sheriff of another county,
having a similar convoy in charge. On the
meeting of the cars of the prisoners from
the two counties, two of them instantly re
cognized each other as old friends and as
sociates. Thsy were both classmates at
Dartmouth College; one. Delancy, was
expelled, the other, Nicholas. absconded.
Each pursued the bent of his incliiation
each attempted' to prey upon the-com
munity and each entered the State Prison
at one -and at the same time, to expiate
their crimes, and to learn that talents and
opportunity perverted-, lead to wretched
ness and disgrace..
On the26th nlt., by the Rev. H. A. Williams,
Mr. Emaley Lot, to Miss Marina Rutland,
daughter'of A. Rutland, Esq.,all ofthis District
On the 3rd inst., by the Rev. H. A. Williams,
Mr. Isaac Edwards, to Miss Emaline Clark,
daughier of B. Clark, all of this District.
HAMBURG, Oct. 9.
Cotton.-Our market has been dull during
the last week. The nefws by the Caledonia
had a tendency to lower the market a shade in
the finer qualities; but there is so little business
doing, that it is scarcely perceptible. We make
a aliht alteration in our quotations, at which
hol ers appear firm and buyers are careless
Quotaties.-4d, 5j a 6;. ordinary to mid
dling, 5; middling fair, 51, fair, 6.
Bagging and Bale Rope.-There is a good
supply of these articles n our masket, at quo.
Grocries.-There is a very large and well
selected assortment of Groceries in this mar.
ket, and the merchants ate daily receiving, by
the railroad, and river, which although very
low, has been navigated *rithin the fast few
days by lighters. During-the past week there
has.been a fair business done in the retail line,
taking into consideration the dullness of the
- AUGusTA, Oct. 12.
Cotton.-Since our report of Saturday last,
we have had advices from Liverpool to the 19th
uit. which shows a decline-in that 'market of I
to Jo. pet lb.. which has had the-effect to cause
a -reduction with us of.j to j c perlb. We
quote fair cotton at. - exirnmes of mark.' 4
to 5&c. Principal es irom 5 to 51c.-lWash
Cotton.-There has been very little bnsiness
done during the past week, and at its close
there was almost an entire suspension. Ver
little cotton Is offered and no demand prevail
except for choice square bags. Prices have
continued to decline, and we now quote at from
5 to 6j. The latter rate can be obtained only
for prime cotton. The receipts during the
week have been lighi-Const.
CorUMiAu, Oct. 10.
Couaon.-Since the lastadvices fronm Liver
pool, the market is probably from I to & cent
lower, on the poor and middling kinds We
quote54 a 6j eta. extremea; most sales at 5A a 6.
The receipts from the 2d inst. to the 9th tnclu
sive, have been 4,318 bales, 1,169 of which
have been storad. The ahipments during the
same period by the Ril Road, have been
CAarvanI, Oct. 9.-'
Coueon.-Thaere has been some considerable
quanity in our market during the past week-,
rad prices as usual. border upon te Charles.
ton quotations.' We put down prices at 4 to
From-the Hamburg Republican,
Etact from a eircnlar,'reeived by a Merchant
'&..;::t ~ CAa.zsl'o1. Oct. 5.
~.,''D Sir:- We-advised-you in our circulat
ofth 8balt.; that -a good demand existed for
scotioni 'This demnaud continued nra the early
part'orilie week, and faU prices were obtaned.
Sine ~thea-buyer. have not been as aetive,and
ltogprices of the finer sort. have not de
clined ee~tcahas been rather dedl; parttic
'slar 'al descriptions ebelow fair, and
"i&s f aid~oidnot be effected unlessn by
."Te #o, leofthe week are over 6,000
.baleen l&h$~jab only to about 9,000
bais:. ng'aiton sale' of over 17.000
bales. Tiea ofteweek range asfollows:
305b c~ja 0-23 bales, 6j a 6j1863 bales,
"The dvcsfrom Liverpool to the 16th nlt.
may be egece8 tlai day or two, and we cal
enlate that .th'ere ill be but flte done until
they drirreeivedk'Nor do we believe, when
receivedl1thef.-wlfliive any material effect on
our present p-ces. The general iinpression is,
that 'isui Liverpool'will have gone lower
tha~dhf# i~,no doubt but the
spinn6*hbiiee.the market on a
more estea das"
Wehave.beis hre, by passengeas tffat
arrived in th ~~ hursday evening, that
the Charletr llen off fromjito
(cLt froni 1o~ otations, upon' the re
ceipt of tb ~ .e'Caledonia.
CanAr~uston, Oct. 12.
Co~ois.- lof Uplanida during the
past week we Road, 6630 balq, by
water 18 b7 36-otal 6976 bls.
.Exportedit tcoiverpool 1696 bales,
assi ~otal~ 2O75 lbales-leaving on
hand a sh sp~ toek of 17363bales, exclusive
of 7582 sn hipboard-rit cleared, and an
increase sbb 4901-bmdes..
Ourlat ~ly reportleftthe market for Up
land' at i~s.:in a guiel atate. At its open.
ngon Sanlay last there was no perceptible
chajjeelh~a dematnd or prices. The safes
~ .js ~~aeed.701 bales. ,On :Monday
esteamer Caledania accoutiat were
frmLiverpool to the 19th alt , the
pres ofwhichwere asmall actual
da drodping marketTand a very
claimed a reduction in prices irom our holders
whichbeinfaccededto by the latter to an ex
tent at*rem4f a j c..particularly on all do
scriptieno' below .fair, the-enquiry became
etie on that day,;and so continued the
& fllowing; 1157 bales changed hands or
the foimer day, and,1253 liales on the latter
Since ihen the miaket hs been drooping, pur
chise having held 'out for a further reduction
arid which in most all instances they have suc
eeded'i"obtaining. This reduction has ex
tendied 'to the finer descriptions,'and at the close
of'the market yesterday amounted since thi
arrival of the Caledonia to, from J to J cent
with but a very sparing demand. The sales or
Wednesday were 784 bales, on Thursday 506
and yetray 316-making the total sales a
week 4716 bales.
The News from Europe.-The New Yori
"The news from Europe has had a paraly
sing efect on the Cotton market. All transac
tions are suspended. Buyers requires a con
cession of J to J cent. which holders have no
acceded to. It remains to be seen which wil
yield. Flour continues t6 rise, and has ad
vanced within the last three days 371 to50 ets
a barrol. This san impsrtaut advance.espe
cially at this particular season. The receipti
via Canal continues small; only 2794 bbls. on
Saturday. At this rate the stock on hand
when the canal closes will be. much less than
usual.. Cora has also gone 6p. owing to. the
small quantity at market."
Reg'tal Read Quarters,..
EDoZFrLa C. H.Oct.7,1844.
A CourtJMartial is hereby Ordered
to convene at the OLD WELLS, or
Monday the 21st inst., at 10 o'clock,
A. M., to try all cases of default in
Military and Patroll duty, and suc
other cases as may be presented tc
the said Court.
The Court will consist of Major
Mills, President-Benj. C. Yancey.
Judge Advocate-Captains Meigs,
Cogburn, Hightower, H. Coleman and Lieut.
Krepps, and in case of failure. Captain Shaw
and Lieut. John Mays. ,
By Order of Col.
L. T. WIGFALL.
G. D. Nium, Adg. 7th Reg. S. C. M.
Oct 10 2t 38
Horn's Creek Beat Com'ny
Y OU are hereby order to ap
pear at your Company muster
ground, on the 2nd Saturday in No.
vember next, for Drill and Inspec.
tion, armed and equipped as the
-By order of Captain
- V. D. COGBURN,
S. H. MATS, 0. S.
Oct 14,1844 4t 38
Attention, Moneyed Men!
T HE Subscriber being somewhat in debt,
offers for sale four valuable Negroes, on
the first Monday in November next, if not pro
viously disposed of.' lid is desirous of paying
his just and honorable debts.
-Oct 12 3t .38
Look at This!
A LL Persons indeoted to the Subscriber
either by Note 'or Account, are hereby
earnestly requested to come forward and pay
up. as longer indulgence will not be given.
All those who do nQt avail themselves of this
notice preciously to the list' day of'Jana'ry
1845, may expect to have topay Cost, as sliall,
indiscriminately. put the' whole of my Notes
the Federal Court of the United States, to col.
lect the same. "A' word to* the wise is suffi.
cient. -JOHN AMACKER.
Oct 14, 1844 3t 38
State of South Carolina.
- . -IN EQUi'Y.
Precious Larke, ..
vs. jBill for Par.
William Raiford snd . ition and Re
wife, H. Boulware & jlif.
wire, and others.)
NOTICE is hereby given; that by yirtue ol
an Order fromn Chancellor Harper, I
shall offer for sale,- to the highest bidder, al
Edgefleld Court House, on the Girst Monday ir
November next, a part of the Real Estate el
John Larke, deceased, consisting of the follow
ing tracts, viz:
'No. 1. The Mine Creek place, consisting
'of nine hundred and fiAy (95i acres, aiore ao
less, on the main road rrom Chrleston to Cam
bridge, adjoining lands of Wm~)auiel, Thas
Bartlett, Mary Watson, Makilon-e Padget, Geo.
Bell and others.
2nd. The Partain place, containing one hun'
dred (100) acres, more or less, on Mine Creek
adjoining lands of William Edwards, George
Bell, Jacob Pow and others.
3rd. One other tract, edtuaining'four hun'
dred and tueenty-Grve (125) acres, more or hess,
on Cloud's Creek,adjoiniglandslately belong.
in to the Estate of Nathan Bodie,. deceased,
SrhStarke and others.
4th. One other tract, containing sixty two
(62) acres, more or less, oni the waters oaf Big
Creek, adjoining lands of Hon. A. P. Butler,
lands latey belonging to the Estate of Jesse
Grsbwm. dcae, and others.
Said .lahd to be sold on acredituntli the firsl
Janury,'l846;except the cost ofsale, to be paid
in esab. 'Purchasers to give bonds, with good
snrities; and Mortgages to secure the purchase
117 Tract No. 1, or the Mie; Creak :place
will be re surveyed and sold ini three separate
I wifi also sell at the same time and pface, it
the above statdd case, four'N~egroes, viz: Jim
Emma, Adeline and Bryant, on a eredit of one
year, except the cost of partition and sale,
which tnust be paid in ca.h. Purchaseregiving
bonds and approved sureties.
. .S S. TMPKINS, c~ .. D.o
Gct 12,844 't 38
ACCORDIING to the Will of the late David
Richardson, will be sold at the residence
ofhJmes]W. Richardson; on the
- 3th day of Noz'ember xt,
all the Lands of said Estate, not otherwise dig.
posed of,consisting of Teliae Tra'cts,containing
from one to five hundred acres each, all iuate
in the vicinity of said J. W. Richardson.
'Resnrvey Flats of said Lands may be seem
at J. W. Richardson's, who will take pleasure
in shewing 'the Lands to any one desirous ol
Terus.-The above Lands will be sold on a
credit of twelve months. Purchasers'will be
required to 'give approved personal securities
and a ortgage of the premnse.
A't the slime time amid p lace, willsbe sold thu
remiainder'of the Personal Estate -of said dec'd
consisting of a quantt of Cotton,-two-Horses
one~ Male,.Cattle, HgCorn sand Fodder
Waggon and.Plautato Tolon 3 eredit 0
twelye months, with- nots woapproei
seenties. The-pine t ro e li o.ed nti
the termis of-sale are dmle ih
- : .MBRICHAR9SON, Es
J. . SrGUIGNAaKI, ior,
State of South Carolina,
B Y JOHN HILL, Esquire, O-dinary
of -Edgefild District.
Whereas-Wiley Harrison', bath applied
to me- for Lettgra of Administration, on al
and singular the goods, and chattels, rigb
and crediti of Samuel H. Cartlidge, late o
the District aforesaid, deceased, these .are
therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular,[tbe idndred and creditors of the said
decea'd, to'be and appear before me, at out
next Ordinary's Court for the said Distrlet
to be holden at Edgefield Court House,.on
the twenty-eiglth day of October inst., t<
show cause, if any, why the said adminis
tration shdold not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, thi
10th day of October, in -the -year of out
Lord one ithousand eight hundred anc
forty-four, hnd in the 69th year of Ameri
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Oct. 16 2t 38
State of South Carolina.
BY JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordinary
of Edefield District.
Whereas Lucius H. Hall and Abner H.
Hall bath ipplied to me for Letters of Ad
ministratijn with the will annexed, on al
and sintgular the goods.. and chattels, rights
and crediis of Tabitha Hall, late of the
District aforesaid, deceased,these are there
fore to cqe and adnonish all and sin.
gular ilie kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to he and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court ror the said Dis
trict to be holdenuat Edgefield Court House,
on the twenty-eighth -day of October inst.,
to show cause, if any, whythesaid admin
istraio'n should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 10th
day of Oc'ober, in the year of..our Lord
one thousand eight hudred and forty-four,
and in the b9th year of American Idepen
JOHN HILL. o. . D.
Oct. 16 2t 38.
T HE Subscribers has just received his
.FALL and WINTER Stick of Goods,
bought in-New York at the lowest prices of the
season, and The now offers them to his friends
and the community in general, on such terms
as will not fail to please the most careful and
S. F. GOODE.
07 All Persons indebted to Goode & Lyon,
or to S. F. Goode, previous to the first of Jan
nary, 1844, are earnestly riequested to call and
settle without delay. S. F. G.
Oct14,1844 tf 35
CREAP CASH STORE!.
.AT EDGEFIELD C. H.,
(Opposile the Planter's Hotel.)
To all who .look to their own interest,and
bear in tiii~d that a penny saved is a penny
1AVING:tecejved and are still receivinga
splendid assortmentof Fall and Win
ter.Goo6ds which we will sell at a small
advance, for CAss, we hope that our friends
and the public-in general will igive us a cal
snd examine.for themselves, and .they will allow
that our estdblishment has justly inerited tih
ap pelatiob of the "Cheap Cash Store !"
10-4 $ain Shawls, at 8 00, worth $15
104 Tibet, " "r2-50, v~orth $5
10.4 'Damicins "2 00, worth $4
For Ladies' Drebies.
Cashlmeres; Popplines, Muslins de Laines.
Allpacka'e, Merinoes, French, English and
Americtan Prints, from 6* upwards.
Black; State and White Hoseries, from 12.
cents a- air, upwards.
Lddies a~ Children's Mitts, from 6* cents
Also, a large assortmenat of Gentlemen's Cloth
.ing, consiisting of
BaetCoals, Frock and Oret Coats, Pants
Vists, Cap*s, lHats,and Negro Clothing,6 $c,,
at Chiarlestoh 'Prices.
Domestics,-Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Sad
dlery, Gtoceries, Medicines, Tin-Ware, anm
many other articles too numterous to mention.
.Wonissur9 .our customers anid the public, tE
whom we arte thankful for past patronage, tha
we will al wivs endeavor to sel at the lowoes
prices,and 'continuance of their patronage i
J. COHN & GO.
Oct 9, -tf 37
New Fall and Winter doods
T H E Subscribers have received their newi
FALL AND WiNTER GOODS,
embracing a general assortment of desirabli
and harndsome- Staple and Fatncy Goods, snitec
to the season.
Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Hardwcare, Saddlery
ScholZ Books and Statioary.
all of wvhich they will sell on accommodatinj
- G. L. & E. PENN.
Oct. , if 37.
F'resli Fall& Winter God
T H E Subscribers beg leave to anrnonnet
to their custoiners :and the- public gen
erally, that they have' just received from Nea
York, theit- stock- of,
FAILAND WINT~eR GOODS,
embraling almostevery variety of Fancy ami
Stps' Goods, us'nallf kepf im oir' miarket
"amongst thena'ago'8-tdikl of
5iplankt.Ngrw Shwes, Hdts
"a.and Saddlery, Hardtoare and
Calleryj, Croitkery, 8cc., S&c.,
tdifiethe attentioinobfthe' public gnerallj
toemuine their stochaed tey wit
PRESL.! & BRYAN. -
TVIE Subscribers are now.1receiving anc
- opeing at thpeir .Store, a large assort
ment of DRY GOODS, of the latestrana mos
SHOES, HATS AND CAPi .
HIanwas, Cn aoc~ SIODLEav, &c., &c
toiih they reup ualy invite lhil uttentiot
Give us a call, or~e got our Gookosl
L3AN~D & BUISz
eOt.2 - tf '> 6
demands against said tste wi present then
aticording to law fo pa tt>A. r
J'. 9. TI ~ TTS - n i -~~tr
MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP,
T HE Subicriber*has jast, reeved rom
Nerw aYrk hir FALL7SUPPLY OF
MERCHAN'TALOR'S GOODS, consist.
ing in parof
p W60yeBlac Ceth
Checed, and plaioTweeds Cloth for Sacks.
Ciecked SilkVelvet Vestings,
Sup. Sup. Black Satin,
Black'and Figured Scarfs and Cravats.
Suspenders, Siocks, Collars and Hats, &c.
All of which he offers for sale at reasopable
prices, and begs those- wishing'to buy Clothing
to gve him a call.
He is prepared to make Clothing up is the
latest style and in the-best manner, -and flatte
himself that by his long experience in.basi
he will be able to please those .who may.
him with their patronage.
New F9ll and Wind GOd&s
HE Subscribers respe&iify infdrm &iel
T -friends and customersythatthey are now
receiving'from Zaet Yq a aew and general
assortmeltfr GOOD rGenteen'wear,
consistiog in part or,
Cloths, Cassimeres, -Vistits. Hats,
Cap$, Stocks, Qraetes, G
and' Dms $e4c
with many other m'reai rous to iten,
tion.- Thieir Goods iaeli been selectid-with
great care by one-of the firm, and will be made
up in.the most fashionable manner. Grateful
for past favors, theywill sp no effort in en
deavoring to plea allwho maj farthem
with a call.
EIGS & COLGHAN.
Oct.9, 7 if 7 7
BOOTS AND SEOES.
HE Subscriber wouldrespectfully inform
T :the citizens of Edgefield District, that he
has on hand a good assortment of home made
BOOTS and SHOES, which-ewilisell cheap
for cash, and -on a reasonable' andt approved
credit. Also, a small lot of Northern PaGED
Boo-rs, a first rate article, at the-low price of $3
Also on Imnd, a large lot of ioset made
PLANTATION SHOES, of the:Viry first
quality, which-will be sold -in lots t'enpr6
chasers. - Persons in want of Negroe Shods will
- find it to their'interest tocalland examine-them
.before purchasing elsewhere.
E. C. REMER.
Sep25, tf 35
GROCE R STORE.
H AS again located himself in this place,
for the purpose of transacting a -
GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS.
He begs lesve to inform his old customers and
the ?ublic generally, that he is now opening.
in the Store formerly occujed byJ.LJxrf
ris- C..airge aii in slected stock of
GOODS, which he will sell on the most rea
B. M. R is prepared to make liberal advan
ces on Cotton shipped to his friends in Char.
leston or Savannah.
Hamburg, Oct.2 (Rep.) 4t 37
NEW YORK CASH STORE,
LEHMAIERL & BROTHERS.
HAVE reeled and, are opmning at their.
Store, a large andi extenisive stock ef
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOORS,
suitable for the approaching Season, dir-ect 1)ow
the Importers n'nd Manufacturers, and agood
BOO~tS.j SiIOdEd NATO5 deP,
and Beady Mlade Clothing,
,.purchased in eo York and Bostogt.
Our facilities beingrsauch as to enable us to
sell on the most reasonable terms, purchasers
from the country will find it much tod their ad
vantae to cull at the'Nti Yoat~ Cas* S-6rEa,
opposite Howard & Garmanf.
LEHMAIER & BROTHERS, -.
take this opportanity, to inform.their friends,
customers, and the public in general, that they
have lately moved one uf their Stoa es.to. ihe
Store-House of Mr. J. B. Smith, MouNT Wiar,
t.rno, and that they still continue their other
establishment at Park's Stors, Dans' Coaxa,
where they are receiving a large supply of
FALLIK AD WINTER TR ADE,
and will be happy to wait on their old-friends
and new customers. --
Hanburg, Sept. 12 4: -3
Fall add Winter Good.. -
WWf. KETCHAM & CO.,
- H ANBURG, -Se C.
ARE now receiving their FALLr atm Wiw
TE~ ra stock o .
FANCY AND S.TAPLE DRV GOOpS,
Nioro Craorhs, Br.an'E's, BOIlNG Ct.oTms,
all the CarioBonvndfine and.fssbiobable articles for Ladies
Wed nac~ileted swi arrangements~as
will put us in the receipt Of~neco Goods eeldy,
during the: business dbn,so that all the new
styles'of fashionale goods'can be found-at our
est, as fpst as they shall appear in teNew yorie
TI E IfERdAIT 'TAILOR SHOP,
will stilt be conducted
-Bi Mr. Gi-. DIICKINSONV.
A ihi. assbrtnient of Oloths, Casimrefes, fes
tings and Tailr's Trimmings' C'nstaatly on
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
September 11, . f 33
T e Atna' insurance Ooinp'y.
- fhARTFORD, CONN..
THE.Sabscrzber is prepared tb-Inser t a'
Rgainst-koss or damsg yFirs orinland
Navigation, at the usual ratesof premium.
H. L. JEFFER8, Agent.
Nulmbiirg,'Angust23, 1844. 3m 2t
UNION BIBLE SOCIE-TY:
-':'h Executive oCommnittee of dlie
Abbeuille atidlEdgeield Union Bible So.
eietywill meet aT he subscriberb louseian
Greenwood,-oonuday the J5ih Ocibbor
next-ar 11 o'elotWX-SM1W~. A-full attefd.
ance of -the Committee is palrticutarlyre.
qnented . W.P: HILbI. Chairmnn
Stato f dithaipliua
James Blackwell -
offer rorSale to tfieit bidder cau's
Old Siisid, ind-neaite peisis ae
the26th - Otober. iustant, th.e le -7%
John Blickwell; deceased.-coiisti
owingeacts of laud, viz..
DOs tracteAjgn twohtnre n
one apres, monirx s,,hreg~h
Blackwell re-ided st-thb ime f bldes
ate in the District huid.Sfaforesgid; -
Branch and Hickory Cree
Stephen'A C eek jonwg 9
Mims, Dr. A.G
ticusTucker arid oD
Also, one 0ther a
mat caainiu 'hia
tct- o n a
intgal tinais-t-M lltl
-inusthe paidlin erh-. ebis~ins 1
ksth approved SUretes and Mogges e
premisesIfqt tte pprchasegn~one*.
; don the day of, Bali. -
Oct. 1, 1844 .. -z~ . 3
Lahd ror Sale.
HAT well known Platation fi
T owned by N. Lowe, duesed. honin
ing four biuhdred abd ety (443)acre,
on Turkey-Creeli bAined itel on the sntage
road ealdin from Edgeeld V. H. to Abbe
villa C. itAny one wAingilopurchase wi
do well to, eimine for thiemselves..
Apl ethe &ubseriiers.
D. D. BRUNSON;
Sept.25th f 35
Bouse ajid Lotdor S . *e.
I LL be sold, at Fdgefleld C; JL. o'
-SAvaRnAY the 19th of October next,at
10 o'clock, A. M:,.by publc .idey,,&h house
and Lot in the. Village of Edgefield; belonging
to the estdie of George Pope, deceasedi' -
credit of one and iwo years *ill lie grien,
the last itnstalment bearing interest frotn gif
end af the first year.
TH MAS H.PPE,
. . QuafledEzecufor.
Sept:25 4t 35
.Y virtue of sundry wriis of Fier 'a
cias to me directed, I will proceed to
sell at -dgefela Uonit House on thei'Tirb
Monday and Tuesday ind November nir,.
the following propertyi
J. B. Harrison and others, vi. Bevirly
Burton, a tract of lend known asthe. Wi
born tract, containing four hundred acres;
more or'Iess, adjoining of lands, of L. Hi
Muedy,Jacob Shibley iid others.
H. BOULWARE, S. E. D
Oct.9 - 4: 37
Modaif NovIenT~ nest~, atMSl C. M.?
lo try defaukters of the 2nd Regiment~qf Cav
aIry for their non-attendanceat the~egiment
muster at Longmire's on the 24th September
Th'e'bourt ill consist of Ma'jor 1.C Smy
Iec, rresident-C~pts. Hairison ad Sentell,
Lieutenants Lanxam a'nd (Glover. CorneL Har
rison nd ILentenant Deen su~ern'umeraries
Cornet tajy; Jtrdge Advocate.
--Dy order offoi.J. C. Seaourax
. .SPRLOULL Adjutant
1 tate of Sout&-t relUa.
LL per'sn bhvgin therpsoau
- bloningto heState. not-now
at Columbia or Charlieston. ~::
and the ahtns fecel& il e zeo'h-..,i,
Bonids ofthose by *hdnt' (iiuanC --.
By ordoi of theto~mander-nihs
B. T. WATT C
Sept.- - 3r 1 - 3*dwa
Extr'a CoVief~to EqI
Tern of's'aid Court, *ik1 be held jdA
Cdhrt House on thi Lrst Monaufoep .
By drder of ChaneoHr n~J ''
S .TOMP Ncz
S6RALE AT COBTjintEEW
Boot and Shoe Store, Edgefield 8...1 "'
ERGE ROBERL N xedeto
Sentembir41 LOj- ' M d