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Missionary AnniversarY.-The annual
teeting- of the American Board'eomn
un1qea0sits public, exercises, of threeays
coitinuance, in Brooklyn, .this dag9th:
in'st.: The 'Hun. T. -Preliuibuyse- i -
pected to freside, and President Hopkins
ofi.Will1iams'Collegto deliver thie open
ididsoQurse'.. TboSociety has received
the -ast :year epwards' 'o($255,00. 4 tk
has.now94.Misuiona ry.stations in the four
quarters of. thei globe, and sustains 135
ordained Missionaries and 220 Assistants
from this coNuutry.; making-'in connection
with nativdeTeachers and Assistants sup
p #Borted the oard, 49',.with their nu
merdusjcb issl,;.churches, and -printi'ng es
tabhm etsi.'-The_ anniversary of .this
Soeiety 1 Wriester,Jast year, was at
tended- iy abour 1000:. Clergymen and
others from a distance, who enjoyed the
lies of all denominations.-Courer.
Devlope: the. Moral, Potoers.-All our
moral powers;exist.-in us. The highest
aim:ofour~teacheres.should be to disen
gageand callothem'forth,' but this is what
g they think the least- of. Without trou
blinthemselves au-to whether the house
b already ..-fll; they. only busy them
icives -aboutsfurnishing it. .. They fatigue
fthrintellectiwith itheir..wearisome max
insia cthe.yleaveiisleep the; faculties of
theisoul tvhich coull render these maxims
intelligible. * * To speak to
little children of'God; is in other terms to
presnt to their cdtemplation the object
tolwhiclhi'aaouls dught to, tend. Cause
thae'hiinient of infinity to recognize it
se-f.in the presence of. the infinite.,God,
andttnothing- will. be lost exen tamidstour
teursifrial-asitons' if from the- depth of
theirdarkness-man ihas-still a glimpse of
theradiant pathto -heaven. * * *
1sihre on earth a vice which will not fall
beforehe reieia'm of the beautiful? as
error wiidhiwill not vanish before the light
ofreasoa ?.and is not conscience more
poweifutl4han..the sword,..,the faggot, tor
wur.e.,orplasutIre Develope in Cesar the
rapralesentimentswwhidh aunimated Cato,
and~Rome-will be free, and Casar will be
greit. Develope in Alexander the seuti
mttedt ofr the" beautiful which animated
Socrates; give to his ambition the influity
of virtue,,and instead. of.conquering' the
world Alexander would render it happy.
A generous thought in the soul of. the
mother .was then-only required to save the
Georgia State . Rail Road.-The C hief
iier o te'"Staie Road. says that
freight will'e received "from'the Depot at
Marietta, Ga., by' the 15th September;
for Carteisville by the 15th Ociober, and
foi'a .joint opposite Cassville, id a fet
he Georgia.Rail Road (says the Au
gufa Chronicle & Sentinel of Monday
last) will lie ready for the transportation
df passengers and freight from' Augusta
to Atlanta, its westward terminue,on-on-.
di ii15thu li. Distance 172 miles;
fare $7,000.-ant. Journal.
Stabbing.-& case.of -this kind occurred
in this city on Wednesday lact. A man
by the name of Stewart, (a journeyman
boot-maker,) who had been keepit up
illicitdntercourse with a woman of the
name of Edwvards, made an assault 0n the
husband of the woman, in. the street, and
.cut' a pretty severe gash in the fleshy part
of his. arm. Edwards had gone to the
residence of 'hiswife, for the purpose of
getting away his child-which so enraged
thbeyoman, as it is said, that she rturnished
her paramout Stewart, with the weapott,
asiiitigatdilie attack. We understand
ihai Stewart crossed 'over to Alabama,
bt was brought back, and after an exam
inati'onbhefore Justices Jones and McKen
dre, he wiiibod over tothbe next Sutpe
ribr Colirt in^S600.2and Mrs. Ed wards
in 850 Failing to give security, both
.wei-e commitied to jail-Mus. Democrat.
- The..daughter of Gen. Scott died at thte
Convent at Georgetown, D. C., on the
evening of Tuesday. August 26th. She
is said to have-been both a beautiful and
accomplished -lad y.-Columbia Chronicle.
A new kind of light.-A new mod e or
procuring light has been communicated to
die French Academhy of Science, which is
to obiiain and' use the spirit resulting from
the iitillation of wood. Four parts of
illis itbbmi'ed with one part
if essoncaof' turpentine.
O.0 the.9th ins, by the Rev. JTaa. M. Childa,
Ct..eo. M. Blocker, to Miss Margaret C.,
on i dughter of.Abner Pirritn, Esq. all of this
fanuburg Prices urrent.
-. ' ' SEPT. 10 1845.
Bacon, per lb. Iron, per lb.
Hogrfouand, 9 a 10 Sweedes,ass'd,44 a 54
Hagms~ 00a }'24Hoop, 74 a 9
Shioulders, 9 a 10 Sheet, 7 a 9
.Sidesi 10'a 11 Nail Rods, 74 a 8
y.-Russia bar 5 a 6
p, 16a1 Plough Moulds, 6 a 7
'Tow, '13 a 14 Lard,'per lb 8 a 10
Cotton, 174 a 00Lead, "t "- 6 a8
BUatepe, perilb 5 a 10' Lime, psr bbl.
Beswoazqrlb.22 a 25Stone, 2 00 a 2 50
:'Norto pqr lba Rice, per 100lb's. 4 00
Ord o .Mid'~.. a 61 Sugars, per lb.
-31d .~u 6 a.6 St. Croix, 10 a 11
,F~~ar4 7 a 7~ Porto Rico, .7 a 10
Fine, a New Orleans 7 a 1
-Cofe, pieri1b Blavana, whi:e 10 a 12
Rio, '-a - ,74 a 8Do. brown 8 a 9
.yav, 5 ~8 a:10 Loaf and lusmp,13 a 15
Conero,75 a 8. Salt. per bush.45 a 50
orn Mest, 75 a 874 Saek, I 50 a 1 75
.FLowr.per bblt~ Tatowo.pe 16, 8a 10
Canalf, 7' a S-74~ Taoin, per lb.
Country,. 6 50 a 7 American, 25 a 30
Biid~v.'per ib. 7 a 8 Etnglish, 25 a 379
H lAasuo, September 11.
CottikSibee' our last we are .in'receipt of
LiverpdoFdales' to-.the .19th' nit., showing a
sht-improvemente in -thea cotton market.
heseaecounts. have-little -orno influen-ce on
is milikbtahey have, perliaps, given dealers
litnie more con~dance, and eaused them to
nyrather more freeiy at old rates. We quote
rdaary' to middlih 6toOI.'2; middline fai
*fai' 81-2 to ?;3 flij fait to good fair 7(j to
rTO THE FRIENDS OF TEMPERANCE,
At the last meeting of the Edgefeld Disttict
Temperance -Society, a-'resolutton was passed
raking itith'e dutyof the Presiderit to address
a communication: through he- column. of the
'Advertiser, to. the different local Societies in
the Disirict re-spectfully inviung them to send
four ielegates from each Society. to attend our
next meeting. which will be held at the Court
House on the first Tuesday evening in October
Court. and to request eachSociety to send up
such statistical information as they may be able
conveniently to collect, particularly as to their
numbers. both male and female, and as to the
particular state of the Temperance reformation
in their respective communities.
H. BURT, President.
September 10 tf 33
AT BARHAMVILL, Z IEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.
HE duties of this Institute will be resum
I ed on the 15th October, (commencement
of the Academic year.)
Additional engagements have been entered
upon with highly competent Teachers in de
partment of Instrumental, and Vocal Music:
also arrangement for additional supply of up
partus, &c., in Philosophical and Chemical
departments. Books for Reading-Room, have
been selected with - especial reference to the
course of education pursued.
A pamphletexhibiting our course and method
of Instruction;as also Terms of entrance, will
be.sent-to those-desiring more particular infor
mation. . ELIA? MARKS, M. D.,
September 1 6t (So. Ca.) 34 Pricipal.
To itse Public.
have seen an advertisement over the
signature of James Wilson, offering his
services to the public as a Pump Maker
Now to prevent any misunderstanding or
confounding of our names.. I would only
say,. that the undersigned is the OLD
IM IP AKER, who has leen at
the business some ten or twelve years. and
offers his services in that line to his old
friends and patrons tpon liberal terms.
He will put in PumpA at 311 centper root.
Abbeville C. H., Sept. 10, 1845. -
N B.-Any persons wishing to com
muoicate with me ou business, will direct
their letters to Waterloo P. 0., Laurens
District, South Carolina. . R. W.
Septem'ber 17 61 (Banner) 34
TNA WAY from the subscriber.
about the lst of may last, my
Negro Woman HARRIET, aged
about 30 years, yellow complected.
5 feet high, and has when speaking
a stoppage in her speech end has a
scar on one cheek. caused by the cit
ofa knife. lAny person apprehending said
Negro, and lodging her in Newberry or Edge
field Jail, or delivering her to me4two mles
North of McNearry's Ferry, in Newberry Dis
trict, shall receive the above reward.
- . WILLIAM CH4RLES
-SAeptember 17 3i 34
I FOREWARN all persons fiom trading for
I a-Note of hand given by the subscriber to
John Lewis for six hundred dollars ($600,) da
ted about the 18th or 19th of August, and due
1st of January. 1847.as the property for wvhich
raid Note was given having proved unsound,
I am determined not to pay the same utiless
compelled by law.
September 17 4t 34
September 17, 1245.
A COURT M' ARTIAL will be convened
at the Old Well's on Satrinday the 18th
O.ctober, 1845, at- which time and place Cap
tains of Companies are required to summtan all
men who have beetn defaulter. at Regimental.
Battalion arid Petty Musters, and all defauliers
of Patrols, int their respen-ive commands, wvithiin
the last twelve months, to said Court Martial.
By order of Lieut. Col. POSEY, Comm'itng,
G. D. Muus, Adjutant,
7th Regiment, S. C. M.
September 17 5t 34
0'iThe Hamburg Journal will copy.
Greenville, lugust 11, 1845.
General Or-lera No. 5.
ELIAS EARLE. Esq.. having been appoin
Lited Aid-de-Camp to the Commander-in.
Chief, w ith the rank of Lieutenant Colonel,
will be obeyed atid respected accordingly.
By order of the Commander-itn-Chief:
J. W. CANTEY,
Adjutant and Inspector General
September 17 34 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXECUTIVE DEPA RTMENT,
CHARLEsTos, August 25th,. 1845.
By His Excellencyj WILL IA M A IKEN,
Esq., Governor and Commander in chie f
in and over the State of South Car<.lina.
W H EREAS information has been received
tat this Departmient, that an atrocious
murder has been committed on the person of
JOHN BEVIS, Jailor of Chesterfield District,
by three Negro Fellows, (cotif .ed for safe
keeping,) named FRIDAY, HARRY and
ISAAC, belonging to Alexander Forsyth, and
that the said Negroes have escaped from Jail,
Now know ye., that to the end justice may be
done. and that the said Negroes niay be brought
to trial, for their offence as aforenaid ; I do
hereby ne'er a reward of oNE HUNDRED ootit.A Rs
foreach, for their a pprehension and delivery,
into any Jail tn this S tate.
FRIDAY is about 30 year. old, black corn.
plexion,arnd was purchased frum Thos. Steele,
who resides in Richmond Co. N. C. ISA AC
is about 30 years old, purchased from W. Coy
ingttn of the same County. and HARRY is
about the same age, and purchased front Wal
ter Leak, of Anson County. N C.
Giren under my hand and the seal of the State
at Charleston, 25th August, in the year ofour
Lord, one thousand eighthundred and forty
five, and in the seItentieth year of American
indpeni'ne. WILLIAM AIKEN
R.Q. Pincknrey; Secretary of State.
September 17 4t .34
JUST received 25 barrels fresh NORTH
- .ERN FLOUR, and for sale by
I SIBLEY d& CRAPON
Hambnrg, Julv-23,.1845' if - 26.
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest.
Don't twait, but come at once, and get good
T HE Subscriber desirous of selling off his
preqent well selected Stock, before lay
ing inhis new supply of Fall and Winter Goods,
takes this method of informing his friends, cus.
tomers and'the public in genelkra that he will
sell Cheaper than ever, Dry Goods of every de
scription, 8hoes, Bonnets, Hats, Clothing, a
good assoi tmeat, viz: Coats, Pants, Vests, and
Shirts, &c. Groceries, Medicines, and Hard
ware, &c. &c.
I see no use of making a long list of my
Goods-just. come, one and all, and you
will not he disappointed.
Cheap Cash Store, near Mr. Goodman's.
Sept 16, 1845 2t 34
0:t500 Paces for A-iy Cents!! g
HE editors of the United States Jdarnal
T propose to commence; with the next ses
sion of Congress, a weekly publication under
the above title. to continue through the whole
session, at the unprecedenited low price of
F I F T Y C E NT S!
to each subscribei for a volume of five hundred
It will contain a fiithful and impartial record
of both Houses of Congress, she gist of 611 the
important speeches which any be delivered.
&c., &c. The iost 'competent reporters will
be employed, and nothing shall prevent it being
made worthy of the patronage of the pubic
generally. The Journal will endeavor, in its
recoids, to do justice to bolh parties. so that
both parties will feel allowed to patronize the
publication. It being the long session. as it is
called, the volume will contnie at least 500 pa
ges; each number-will contain 16 pages of solid
matter, which will enable the publishers to
give all the proceedings wor thy of being pre.
served in book frrns, for biaiding and future
reference. The exceedinglv low terms will
place it within the ieach of al; the publishers
hoie thaitheir friends will use their exertions
in obtaining subscribers.
VT11Those who forward Five Dollars shall
receive Eleven copies-:Ten dollars, Twenty
three copies-Twenty dollars, FrY copies
reducing'the price to forty centa, for a volume
of 500 pages. THEO. FISK,
J. E. DOW.
Washington, August 12, 1845. tf
State of South Carolina,
John H. Miller, Harry B. )
Mead and Wife Applicants, l.Summons in
vs. . Parittion.
Jane Miller and others.
B Y an order from John Hill. Esqnire,
wl, Ordinary of the District aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the First Monday in October
next, the lands belonging to the Estate of
Jacob Miller, deceased, containing Foar
Hundred-Acres, more or less, lying and
being in the State and District aforesaid,
on Beaver Dam Creek,. waters of Culfe
town Creek,, adoining lands of Dr. E.
Andrews, Hugh Moseley, Jaines Shadriek,
Henry Shulnut and othew. Sold on a
credit of twelve inonths. Purchasers will
be required to give bond and personal se
curity, and a mortgage of tho premises tc
the Ordinary to secure the purchbase mo
ney. Costs to be paid in cash:
H. BOULWA RE, S. E. D.
Sept 17 3t 34
SH ER IFF'S SA LE.
B Y virtue of sutndry writs of Fieri Fa
cias to me directed, I will proceed te
sell at Eudgefield Co~urt House, on the
First Monday and Tuesday in October,
next, the followitng property, to-wit:
Hedley & Street, vs. Oliver Simpson;
U. Burckmyer & Co. and others, vs. the
some, the following Lots in the Town ol
-Hz'mburg, and known in the plan of the
said Town of Hamburg as Lots No. 311,
312, 313, 314, 318, 319. 320 and 353, con
tainiug fifty feet fronat, running back one
hundred and fifty feet, on the Street lead
ing from the Bridge to Sbtnitz's Hill.
John T. Carter, vs. David Hardin., one
mare and colt.
J. G. Thornton, vs. William H amilton,
the tract of land where the defendant
lives, containing one hiudred and eighteen
acres, more or less, adjoitning lands of C.
Weatheringitin, David W alker and others.
Anthony Griffin and others, vs. A. G.
Leek, one negro boy by the name of
Allison Delonch for Nancy Oliver, vs
Jesse Shumpert, John Shumpert and
D~aniel Livingston, the tract of land where
the defendanit Johtn Shumpert lives, con
taining seven hundred and thirty acres
more or less, adjoining lands of William
Shumpert, James Merchant and others.
Terms of sale cash.
H. BOULWA RE, S. E. D.
Sept. 12, 1845. 4t 234
BYvirtue of'sundry writs of Fieri Fe.
Bcias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell fin the Town ~of Hamburg, at the
American Hotel, on Wednesday & Thurs
day, the first ad second days of' Octobet
next, the following property,'to satisfy thc
following Fi. Fas. to-wit:
-W. W. Hitch, Administrator, Chas. J.
Glover. Indorsee and others, vs. R. I.
Hunter, twenty beds, bedsteads atnd bed
clothing, one dozen dressitng tables, one
dozen wash stands, one dozen bowls and
pitchers, one dozen looking glasses, one
dozeti cane bottom chairs, three dozen
windsor chairs, two dozen commnon chairs,
three carpets, two settees, one set of di
ning tables, and sundry other articles o!
household and kitchen farniture.
Terms of sale, Cash.
H. BOUL WARE, S. E. I).
September 10 4t 33
State of South Carolina.
W4iiham H. Clegg and Wife,) Bil
and others; vs. David Outz, '- for
and others. Partition.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that David
Oatz, one of the defendants in this cast,
is absent from and resides beyond the limits of
this State, on motion of Bonham, Complain
ants Solicitor, It is therefore ordered, that the
said D.0atz do plead,'answeror'demur to com
plainants said ball of complaint, within three
umnths from the: publicatioti hereof, or the said
bill willhe taken pro confesso against him.
September 10 3 - 33
Yvii tie of aundry writs o(:Fteri Fa
cias teome directed, I will proceed to
sell. at Edgefleld Court House; otn the
First Monday -and Tuesday in October
next, tie following property to wit:
-Meigs & Colgan and others vs. M. L.
Gearty, th e tract-of land where the. De
feudant lives, containing twenty two and
half acres, more or les, adjoining lands of
OliveiT6Qwles, Adm'r. against Lewis
klzey, Dawson Atkinson and Abner
Whatley, the tract of land where Mrs. Ab.
ner Whatleynow lives, adjoining of lands
of Dawson Atkinson and others; levied
upon as the property belonging to the es
tate'f Abner Whatlej, deceased.
John Hill, Ordinary, for Peter Smith
-and.others,;vs Millage Galphin and others
defendants".a tract of laud containing one
thousand.acres, more or less. adjoining
lands of Samuel Clark, Richard Hankin
son and others. levied upon as the properly
of the said Millege Galphin. -
The Stite. vs Samuel H. Williams, W.
C. Williams aodMoody Har is, one brown
bay mare 'od 'colt, levied on as the prop
eryt of thedefendant Moody Harris.
SusannahFarrar and others, vs Martha
0;Kinbrefl & Henry Goode and wife, one
negro woman slave, by the namo of Mary.
Oliver'Sipson Vo: Russel Hardin and
Henry Cox,the tract of land -where the
Defendant Russel Hardin lives, adjoining.
of lands offtephen Wilson and others.
:W.W. Hitch, Administrator, vs R. R.
Huntetu thskt horues, one buggy and one
.C.:J. Glover and others. vs the same,
the ahove described properly.
Juseph N.: Bailey and others, vs Abijah
Abney;the tract of land where the deen
dant lives, containing five hundred acres,
more or less, .1djoining lauds of Elizabeth
Carter. Joseph Runbly and others, also
four mtulesgone horse, and I road wagon.
Bowie,'Barker & Bowie; Harral. Ilare
& Co. and others, vs. William B. Smith
and William W. Griffin, survivors. the
tract of land where the defendant W. W.
Griffin lives, containing two hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining of lands of R. C.
Griffin, Charles Carter, James Creswell
and others:. also five negro. slaves, to, sit:
Susan, Caroline, Ann, John and Ton,
two horses, one mule, one wagon and one
Jobn Bgitkett, vs John M. Barronton,
one housearnd lot in the town of Aiken,
occupied:bgJames E. Black. bounded on
North,. Ea, South and West, by lands
hln'ingitiB. M. Rodgers.
James'iglish vs. Benjanin Jackson,
one sbitelfare and'oue mule. -
Dia lRAtkinson vs. Lewis ElIzey,
G. B. C6inmplin vs. the same, a tract of
land containing one hundred acres muiore
or less, aljoining lands of Mrs. Mary
Hightoweri.Nathaniel Black and others.
. Henry *L..Cumming vs. Martha Prior,
the interest of the defendant in the follow'
ing negroslaves, to.vit . Fortune. Ra
ebael, Granderon. Dianna. Handih, Za
doe, Judy, Jane. Alford and Susan.
John C. Harris and others vs. Thomas
Smith, one sorrel mare, one buggy and
James R. Foshee, administrator, vs.
Elizabeth. Culberson, a negro mian slave
by the name of Jack.
Kinisler and M. Gregor & Co., vs. Ma
ry F. Goodwytn, one negro man slave by
the name of Samuel.
Luther.Roll, vs. Charles Lamar; Abra
ham and Samuel M~athewrs, and others,
vs the same, three negro slaves, to wit.
Dick, Mariah and Sally ; one mule and
Terms of aale cash.
H. BOULWA RE. S. E. D.
Sept. 8, 1845. 4t 33
The State of South Carolina,
Nancy Carpenter, Applicant, Summowns
vs. John and Owen Carpen- 5 in Parti
ter, De'fendants. iion.
BYan order fromn John Hill, Esquire,
. rdinary of the District afo~resaid. I
will proce~ed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on-the first Monday in October,
the lands belonging to the Emtate of Ishjtn
Carpenter, deceased. situate in the Diet
aforesaid, on Chavous's Creek, waters of
Savannah aRiver, containing two h undredI
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of A.
Carpenter, H ammand Richardson. Fran
cis O'Connor and others.
Sold on-a credit of twelve months.
Purchasers to give hond and approved se
curity, and a mortgage' of the premises to
the Ordinary to secure the purchase mo
money. Coats to be paid- in cash.
H. BOUJLWARE, S. E. D.
Sept. 10 . 4t 33
.Notice ! !
I shall proceed to sell at the late residence
of said deceased, on Saturday the 27th
instant,'ofla credit of six months, all the
personal property, consisting of ten head
of likely Cattle, among them a yoke 'of
Oxen, stock of Hogs, two Horses, Hiouse
hold and Kitchen furniture, and some
JOHN HILL, o. E. i&
Sept. 10 St 3
Plantation for Sale.
Y the consent of the Legatees, I shall
Dpoeed to sell at Edgefield -Court
House, on the first Monday in November
next, the tract of land whereon the late
Sarab. Bush, deceased, lived, containing
seven hundred and twenty six (726) actes,
more or less, on -a credit ot 'moe and two
years. lying on the road leadinig from Edge'
field Court douse to Columbiia, 8 miles
from said Court House. The land will be
re-surveyed and plat made, showing all the
boundaries of said land, and also the pre-.
cise number of acres, which will be shown
on thes day of sale. ---
The purchaser' will be relqnir--d'to give
notes with approved securities, atnd also a
mortgage of the premises to' secuare .the
T'HOS. DELOACH, Executor.
September 10 9 't 33
We ar e authorized to announce GzoaGE
J. SBIPARma as a candidate for the ofiies
of Tax Colector,. at the next election,
SDec. 25 if 48
Faln and linter Good.
D 'LESSING & CO., respectfullytinforms
their friends and the public at large, that
iney have received and will continue. to re
ceive from the city of New York, a. rass
stock of Fall and Winter Goods,
which they offer tol their customers on terms to
suit the times. Call and examine for your
selves, Sept 10 2t 33
To the Independent Voters of
Fellow Citizens :-Contrary to the ad
vice and wishes of my friends I uSer my -
self as a Candidate for tbe.office of Tax
Collector, and solicit your su'rages. If
elected, which I do not expect to be, I will
discharge the duties of the office to the bebt
JOHN J. McCOLLOUGH.
September 10 te 33
St te of South Carolina,
John W. Heaist, ' Supplemental
vs. Blt -for
P. C. McOwen &wife; Partition.
BY virtue of at, order of the Court of
Equity. in this case. will -be sold at
Edgefield Court House, on Sale Day in
October next, the two following traes of
1. The "Prisca Tract," situated in the
District and State aforesaid, adjoining
lands of R. P. Quarles, -C. W. Mani
and othets, containing eighty five (85)
acres. more or less.
. 2. The "Co;chran Tract," situated in
the District and State aforesaid, adjoining
lands of W. Mantz, John Hearst, William
Atkins eind others, containing seventy five
(75) acres, more:or less.
Terms-Twelve months credit, with in
ierest from the- day or sale. Purchasers
to give bond and security and a mortgage
of the premises to secure the purchase
money, and costs to be paid in cash.
Purchases to pay for papers.
H. A' JONIES, c. Z. A. D.
Com'rs Office, A bbeville. C. H..
September 3 4# 32'
Land for Sale.
T HE Subscribers wishing to em6te td thi
il eat offer for =le that well 'known
tract of Land where they now live, situated on
the Martintow'n Road, in Edgefeld District, 25
mile from Hamburg. The tract contains
about fout hundred and forty acres. Some es
cellent land and well timbered-about one
hundred and ffty acres cleared, abotut seventy.
five or w hich is fresh. The situation is sat well
calculated for a public stand as any other place
from Hamburg to the Mountains. Persons
wishing to purchase, can call and examine for
If not previously disposed of. it will be sold
to the highest bidder. the first Monday in Octo
ber next, at Edgeiield Court House.
September 3 5t
Eagle and Phenix Rotl
T HE Subscriber respectfully announces
Tto his friends and the travelling Oiablic,
that he is now having the above splendid
House put in complete order, and will open
it tunder the immediate direction of hiniself
aid wife, on or about the first of September
next, at which time, he solicits from Is friends
and iatrohs, a continuance of pest favors
asung them that their comfout will always
be his study. WM. FRAZIER.
Augusta, Ga., August 20 tf 30
L L Persorcs are cautioned not to purchase,
Atratde, or barter for s S)R REL HOS
of the Bascom breed. at present in the pos.
sessioni of Mvr. Seth Butler, of Edgefleld Dia'
trict, as said Mare is the property of the sub
Augusta. August26 (Repub.) 3t 32
NOTICE is nereby given, that applhcation
will he wade to the Legislature at its next
session, to declare Rocky Spring Creek, in
Lexington District, a navigable strettm.
State of South Carolina.
BARN WELL DISTRICT..
W ILLIA M J. NIXSON, who is now in the
custody ofthe -Sh,-riff of Barnwell Dis
trict. by virtue of a W~rit of Capias ad Satis
facierndunm, at the suit of L. W. Bates, liavitng
petitioned the Honorable the Judges of the
Court of Common Pleas. that he may be ad
mitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly, made for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors. It is therefora ordered, that the said L.
W. Bates. and all others to whom the said Pe
titioner is in anywise inde bted, be,,and they are
hereby summoned, and have notice to appear
before the said Judges at the said Court, to be
holden at Baruwell, on the fourth Monday in
October next, to shew eause, if any they can,
why the said Petitioner should not have the
prayer of his petition granted. -
Office of Commotn Pleas,
Barnwell C. H..1l4th Jnly,'45
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, e.e. p.~
July 2 12t 27
A PPLICATION will be made to the
Legislatnre of South Carolina, at its
next session to grant a Charter for a
Rail Road, fronm Edgefield Court House
to a point at or neat Aiken.
September 3tf 32
(> Public Notice is hereby
given, that application will be made to
the Legislature of South Carolina at its
next session, to repeal thte "Act to incor
porate the Village of Edgefield."
September 3 tf 32
I8 hereby given,- thuat application will be
miade to the Legiidatiire at its next session,
to alter the charterofthe Townof Edgeli,-Id,
so as to give to the Town Connil, the exclu
sive. right. to grent Taveros licenses, and sell, or
to retail spirituous liquors within said town.
*August27y . .. 3m 31
Corn and flay for liale,
500 oth arliaCON
4,000 gfushel. Maryland White- Corn. 'juit
received and wvill conatanatly be, kept. for sEd'
Orders from the country, (with city refer.
ence,) will be iinmadiately attended to.
*A pply to, - 3. 8. RYA N
Chleston. Auu27 3 t 's .
- The friends of'.Lieut. JAMES B
HARRIS, anniounCe..him, as a candidate for
Fe ale Aeoa d em
AHETrustmee ofthe AbbevilleFema
ademy. beg leave to .anonncej t -
public, iat~ Ma.. JAi LI.Lasiz t asscon - '
seated to take chirge of tii Female Sciooli
Abbeville Village, for the ybi- 1846.
hi r. Leuley has, 'or the la tl.l years bebhP
engaged in the education of yebli Lh1-- ---
.and favorably known in. Abbeville-DIst edC -v
a competent ana successfI clal sfie
sreputticiacaci and qjallipatiwL
a11i11 structorlareM toouiiloe ~
to require front uiany itecomium to recoin
meod him to the confidence and'siieonf
comm unity. - ..,
All the usual branches of an Englishr d.Q
tion will be taught; also, the French,Latin
tireek languages,- together wit#,;,losop'
.&C., &C. w,-'
The Sebool wil b-e under the euc i
restion nod control of Mr Lealy. The c ho
lastic Year to wonsist of ten mnith, '
cing the first bloiday of Janua'ry'neit.
* Uood and eneap boarding inay-bid iti
private fanilies in ihe Village and-its vicinitf.
- Mass HA RRISfiN whose superjorjale
and qualifications as a Mdic Tpacher, T ' e
been long knowai ;iadappreciatedi -
valle, will aiil continue sa charge ofihe sld
Db L. WARLW.
J. J. WARDLAW,
-T. C. PERRIN,
F. BRANCH -
JAMES ALSTON '
no Le JEPFER,
General Agent and Coianisi
Mera'eLat. saaburg, 4 :.
TILL ofirs hii'services to his fands thd
' the public, and he Will ddvote his uidia
ded attention to tie
SELLI NGbF CdOj''( AND FiO.U &9
REcICiuo And Foawantz'a Gooz
Baying Goods for Piters-or MerchuA
attend to anb auausiAta
fi em'braces nip iy -g
his thanks t iis f .rai sr theirbe-al C
age heretofore betow'ednW g :induu n
close atuentionsa buines.b'e hpes toeinatat,. t
and to continue to receive the isme.-Ifihall
his aim to aake all fis nharge as light asosi .
sible. knowing that it will be to-hi. interest td -' -
c ly observe the. ilaterest of his frieds -
Li Il aivances will be iade if ir I
produce sent to Min for sale or stoie. Cotoi
set to him by Boati, will be receivedf sro -
harfhaJ.. All produce heht to bia for-sle
will be lIromiptly sold on arriial, irs'o ordekd.
A N elction trill take plabeAtLEd ge' d
C. H. on Tbe first lot'da incgo. -
be- aanbaa by the Corhmaisioner of ih
Pdor of Edgeleld Qisttici, ri a Ser -
intefidens of the Powr ibuie 'fo theem
suing yeah. Any p'eksona .l:hiug' -b6
place; will dtike spolleatlon .'a i thei
ILL be sold at Edgedeld )oiirt lohe
TVon the First Modhelay in Oethbbt midt
the tract of land on wrhich 'the Punr obse
now stanids, supposed to contain abohi tihree
bundred acies, on tirelve liihthe ckudii
. 8; BU''LER. Chairman
of the B6ald of Pood
Sept. $ 5t
ATTENTION LIGHT INPANTRY!
.SPIRIT OF '70!!
on at rdyeorthtid Load'sDay lnst
eat the Red Hill Churbh. The membege of thsi
corps wrill attend on the occasion, in fuill isni
form. caps and arms excepted. The inember
will wear a strip of crape a the Teft arm in
token of respect to the decease'd.
Septernber 3 . 3t 32
T HE Subscribers having commienet
I. he above busiaiess, propose to fur
nish ahe cilizens of Edgefield village and
its vicinity with beef, pork and mutto.
The subscribers pledge theanuelves .to act
in all fidelity in the above bausinets,. and
respecrfully solicit ai share of public pa:
NICHOLAS & KENNERLY~
N. B.-Our regular mar'ket days wai
be Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sath'day
August 20 tf' 30
sale, by MtORRIS & CHRISTIAN
Edgefield C. H., July 30 3: ?
1NOT ICE E**
sAiRY, having taken the Store recently 6
pied by Mlessrs. Elliott & Parks, b'egs ?eae
to infoarm his friends and the public genhi %t
ahat heinten a keeping on Jhaid; an ellat --X'
SUOAa, Coflzz, SALT, Isow, M khes.
ahN Rorg, - - &'
and all ofhif larticles in that line, together iiithe .z "
a full shorti~e'nr of . .. -
and an tact every lattible ually' kept i~ib - --
le as reemng a poinplets sto~k iih*~i ;
above namned articles, fresh from New York~
Boston, Philadelpgia and Baltiuore itt
lot orfinue -. .
BACON SINEN AD IIAM&
He solicits a portion of that paog~cj
was sokindlv give lin' when lii -dg
HM.ward &'Garniitnisud gle~e h(~a [
use renewed energy to please and beifl f
who will-give him a claades~
All orders for Rigging -il'j; I~g
filled; and he guarantees al itl em -
please in quality and price.4
Hamburg, August 207 3 H )oAr. J
-J name-ia ELIHU, and-tlistg h&Ibngp to
Mr.'William D~avi,of E~nahai coiftiy,
living within tw.intytbrhren eSave
Said fellow as abount fyk- ' h ht~
ion. and between 20 'aad I e
-No scars or marks percelvabl? -
ouater bought him fromas secdfP
L: The ownaaer:eat eue C-~
prove property, pay -hgair?i
:away, or li w ia
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