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GLORY ZINO UOH FOR O.NL DAY.
do The Philadelphia* inquirer copies. from
the Cincinnati Tipnes the following cir
cumstantial and truly edifYing account of
the first battle between the beligerant pow
erson the Rio del Norte. It looks very
natural, -and if we did not get it by the
way-o[ Cincinnati, would be quite cred
'We have seen a letter from the hous6
of James-AicGregor & Co., of New Or
leans, to a gentleman in this city, which
says, "news has just reached here of a
battle between the advance guard of the
Alexican force, and a detachmcnttof- Gen.
Taylor's army, the particulars of which
had not been- received."- A gentleman
who -arrived- this morning in- the simon
*eniou, from Louisville, states that Gen.
or. bdd -ent. forward a party of six
adred men as a corps of observation,
to bth io Granle, part of which was
caValry aid artillery. A column of Mex
-iegna 1500 strong, had crossed at a ford
above the position of the America.s, at a
-place called Bejora, and. were not discov
eredaIil within 6o or three miles of
uCo Gardiner's bivouac.
The regulars were immediately formed
in order of battle, the artillery, six -guns,
onthb.i-sad cavalry in the rear.
An.attempt was. made io turn tle right
win~ of tO: American-line; wbile in ith
act of leploying the.artillery was placed
ii battery which played with consideiable
effect-on the Mexican battalion. After a
few rounds- a charge was nade by the
'danand--the line of nfutay ad
vanced sith fixed bayonets and loaded
piec sielivering their fire at point bla. k
distance. The route was total, and the
two blexican corps separated and fled in
different rirections- Col. Garditer as <i
'rC.;i- felfhiek 'The loss of the Amer
ica .was 7 killed and 19 wounded. The
eican as left O h te field 62 killed and
172 -woundedmany- 'badly, by sabr
The New York Sun says: "On the
g h.of last month the Yucatatnese under
Gen. Barneo took possession of a Mexican
schooner of war, and .havig placed on
'board of her all the Mexican functiona
ries' and soldiers in that State, ordered her
captain to sail with them to Vera Cruz.
whence she departed immediately. Sim
had been despatched by the Mexicans to
levy.men and money for tle Texan war,
but.I he people of Yucatan bad sufferen
rt'i) much already from' the' oppressive ty
ranny.of the central government an i.
mediate separation was resolve I upon and
carried out in the manner stated, witho"
shedding a drop of blood. The stait
government was at once changed into a
-iational one, retaining all the republiea.
priniciples which. huve distinguished mhe
citizens of thai State. Thei ,uverniment
9 of Tobasco 'had not chatiged since last ad
vices, but that and some of the adjoiining
States will 'probably rally arouud the
stanard of Yucatan."
Latestfrom Tobasca.-The brig Joseph
Atkins, Capt. Higgins. arrived at New%
hrnzingne~w s from
TUiacso to'the 20th ult. Ten days pre
vious(says the the N. Y. Tribune) a rev
olution broke out in Tobasco, the people
having -declared themselves independent
of Mexico.' There was a orce daily ex
pected frouti Vera Crz to atuack the'lea
er of the people of Tobasco-Donl Mi
gtel' .Bruno. All commercial intercourse
between Tobasco and Vera Cruz had
Farmters' may imbed their stmoked beef
and pork in pulverized-charcoal, and keep
it as loug as they .please. A pint of this
charcoal put into a bag, and then pot into
a ba;rrel ot' new cider, will. prevent it f romt
-fermenting; it will have no intoxicatiog
dects,.an'd -will become more palata ble
the longer tis' kept. A psiece of char
coa ,a cubic' inch square, made toist, and
put into a cotton cloth, and worked about
ina pound of. rancid butter. will, it is al
so said, restore tt perfectly..
:Penn~yroyal iiterwovenl in the nests of
bens has heen found to protect tnem en
b rey from thevermfin.
The Worms.-We learn frno a gentle
*mau residiing near Cedar Creek, Fairfield
Distr-ict, that these destructive ravagers
hdvcd again commenced their blighting
march over 'the fie of vegetation, de
troyintg grass 'pea vines and green corn.
When-will the sufferings of our agricultu
rists cease? A .firmt reliance it: Provi
nc--him w'ho filled the granaries of
the childreni of promise 'itn days of~ old,
-oarlast'hope, and the hand that fed
tem in' the~ wilderness will give tts food
hesever all outher sources fail.
Thiey -have~ alsotmade their appearance
n'the gardens-in this place.
[ Carolinian, 18th jnst.
COLmBIA., Sept. 18.
ha Hion. Win. C. Preston, while re
tnrning fro.m his salt works to Abingdon,
'Va., was seized with a sudden affection
oftsh&brasin; and immediately deprived
'of sighcK This disease assumed the char
cter of congestive rever, and for some
days his life was dispaired of. Otir latest
inf6ritationi is, that hte has recovered his
sigh't and is now thought to be out of dan
ealth of-W. C. .Preston.-lt affords
s much pleasure to announce that a letter
from Columbia-gives the gratifying intehi
gence that-Mr. Preston has so. far recov
'ered fromn-his recent indisposition, that he
i epeted to arrive in Columbia in thte
ourse of~ a-few days, from A bingdon. Va.
- Courier, 20th inst.
Wh~~Zs in a name ?--The public.ition of
nivspa dr at Wilmington, Del., has
jfnstommenced hearing ihe .euphonious
title of -them Blue Hen's'Chickenl;" and
another'.atiNew York. rejoieing in the
name of "'STuifier Banner."
-Good Anecdote.-As the good Dea
nA..on a cold morning in January. was
- t~ghe9 huse of his neighbor F.,
atter wa chopping wood and thresh:
' ng.bis hands at. his door. The usual sal
u. tatonis were 'exchanged, the severity of
\ he weather briefly discussed, and the
horseman made detrhansti-ationl of passing
on, when his neighbor detained him with:
youjlike a glass of good old Jamaica this
cold morming?" "Thank you kindly"j
said the old 'gentleman, as the same time.
beginning to dismount with all the delih
eration becoming a deacon. --I don't
care if I do." " Ah, don't irouble your
self to get off, Deacon," said the wag,
"$I merely asked for injormation ; we
hav'ot a drop of rum in the house."
At a meeting recently held in St. Clair
county. Illiuois,.the Hon- John Reynulds,
ate Governor or that State, ol1ered the
following -resolution, which was unani
Resolved, Thut the chair appoint five
persons to make a report to an adjourned
session of this meeting, on the propriety of
passing an act of Congress to athtborize
the President to purchase the Island of
Cuba, with the consent of' the white pop
A boldebohilslpher in Philadelphia has
assumed the ground ihat cats are made
out of kittens!
On the 14th instant at the house of Airs. Dill.
Lincoln County, Ga.. bytihe Rev. Mr. Beck
Col. RicHARD PARES of Edgefield District, S.
C., to Miss HARRIT JAn. daughter of the
late- Rev John G. Willingham, of Muscogee
Hamburg Prices Cnrrent.
SEPT. 18 1845.
Bacon, per lb. Iron, per lb.
Hog round, 9 a -10 Sweedes,ass'd, 5 a 6
Hams, 00 a 12 Hoop. 7 a 8
Shoulders, 9 a 0 Sheet. 7 a S
Sides, 10 a 11 Nail Rods, 7 a 8
Bagging. per yd. Rtssia bar 5 a 6
Best Hemnp, 16 a 18 PloughtMoulds, 6 t 7
Tow, 13 i 14 Lard, ler lb 8 a 10
Cotton, 174 a 00 Lead, 1" 6 a 8
Baterope. per lb. 5 a N0 Lime, per bbl.
Beeswax. 1rIb. 22 a 25 Stone, 2 25 a 2 50
('otton. per lb Rice, per 100lbs 4 00
Ord. to Mid'g, 6 a 61 Suaars. per lb.
Middlug Fair. 64 a 6: St. Croix. 10 a.11
Fitly Fair. 7 ia 71 Porto Rico, S a 10
Fine, a New Orleans 7 a 8
Cofec, per lb. Havana.whi:e 11 a 12
Rio, 74 a 8 Do. brown 8 a 9
Java, 8 a 10 Lot' and lump.12 a 15
corn. perba.. 75 a 15 Sal. per bush.50 a 00
Corn Meal, 75 a 874 Sack, 1 50 a 1 75
Flour. per bbl. Tallow. per tb 8 a 1I)
V atnal,. 6 a 0 64 Twine. per lb.
Country, 5 a 54 American, IS a 00
Rides, per lb. 7 a 10 Ciglish, 25 a 00
HAMBVtto. September 18.
Cotton.-Since our last. it will be seen that
we have accounts fromt Liverpool a few days
later. that market remnaitiing in pretty much
the same state as at our previous dates. con.
sequeitly no material change has beeni jrodu
eed in this market. We are. perhaps. rather
more dull, purehasers not manifesting so much
anxiety-to buy. Our receilits are itncreasitng
tt the u-on:d way at this seasni of' the year,
ad business. generally, in our streets, appears
quite active. We quote ordinary to middling
5jto i6. nitdlittg iair to fair 6Q to 74; fully
flair to -rood fair 74 to 7.
Exchange on New York, i per cent; Char.
lestont, par; Savannah, do.
with Provisions of all kintde; Meal is retailing
at 874 cents: we hear of no sales of Corn.
The market Is well stocked with Flour; Coun
try has been selltg ont of wagons at6 to $ 50;
Canal is selling at $7. at retail -Republican.
TO TIlE FRIE~ND$ OF TEMIPERANCE
At the last meeting of thte Edgefield District
Temaperatnce Society, a resolutiott was ptassed
tmaking it the dttty of the President to address
a commtiu nication thtronght the coalumnms or the
A dcertiscr. to .thte dlifferetnt local Societies itn
the District, respectfutlly inv'itmtg them to send
four delegates fr om each Society. to nttend our
tnexi meettig, whtich will be held at the Coturt
HI ouse on the first Tuesday evening in Octoter
Coitrt, and to request eacth Society to send ttp
sutcht statistical intormoatiotn as they may be able
cotnveniently to collect. p;articularly as to their
numbers, both male and female, and as to the
particular state of the Temperance reformation
itn their respective comttttmties.
H. BURT, President.
Septetmber 10 if 33
Valuable Lands for Male.
001O Acres of the best guality
1 ~ of Latid are here offered
for hale. The lai d latnd lies ott the watters of
WVtlont and Ntne ty six Creeks. and will be
sold in one, iwo or foutr tracts, to suit the pur
chaser or purchasers. Ott otne tract there is
ait excelletnt Whteatatnd Cortn Ml ill, in the best
repair. On another tract there are good build
ings, withI uan excellenat Store Hotuse and Ioca
tion for merchatidise. As I desire to move, I
will sell the above lanids at a low price for its
quality.H. H. HILL.
September24 tf '35
(.i Refer to H. R. Stiano, or to Col.
S. Uhristie, at Edgefiehl Court House.
State of South Car'olina.
EDGEFl ELD DIS'J'IIIG'T.
BY JOHN [HILL. Esquire, Urdnary,
Whereas Sion Mitchell hath applied
to me for L etters tf. Adlmiuistration, on
all and si~gular the goods, and chattels,
rights and credits of James Mitchell late
of the District aforesaid, deceased, these
are, therefore, to cite and adtuonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the saidl decea'd, to hte and appear befotre
me, at our text Ordittary's Court liir rte
said District, to be htolden at Edgefield
Court House, on the sixth iday of Oc:.
next, to show cause, if any, wby the said
administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
23d day of September, in thte year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty--lve, and in the 70th year of Ameri
JOHN H ILL,- 0. E. D.
Sept.24 . 2t 35
T H E Estate of William 3. Simkins being
Derelict. [ shall proceed to sell at Edge.
field Court House, on Satnrday the 18tht day
of October next, all the personail property of
said deceased, consisittg of Household Furni
Lure, on a credit of six months.
JOH N HILL, o.z. D.
ALegislature of South Catolina. at its
next session to grant a Charle, for a
Rail Road,. from Edgefield-Court House
to a ont anear- Aikcn or Ha'mburg.
TI HANKFUL to our friends for the liberal
patronage hitherto received, we respect
fully so!icit a rnonit'unice of the same atour old
Where we will continne to Receive. Store and
Sdl COTTOs and other PRODUCE, Receie=
AT DiOD-RATE CHARGES.
We will give nndivided attention to any bu
siness in ir ie. entrusted to our care, ex
cept the buyiing of Cotton. which we refuse to
g on either sour i-n aceount or that of others,
hlieeviing- it d.lhfileni to piease in the united ca
pacity of both buyer and seller.
Frc.a the loung exp rience of our senior
partner. 'nd by prompt and devited attention
to all matters of business, confided to us, we
hope to merit a share of public patronage.
WAI KER & PEARSON.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 17 6n 35
The Edgefield Advertiser. Abb. Bainer, An.
derson Gazette. Peidleton Messenger. and
Greenville Monttainner, each, will copy the
above fcr six montihs.-Journal.
J. J. Howard,
\WING returned from the North, hefs
leave to sta:e to his friends aid the pub
lie, that he is tiow receiving a full and com
plete Stock of
GRIO CER IES, &c.,
CONSISTING IN PART OF THE FOLLOWING ARTt
CLES, Vi: :
25 lhds. Suga, (mostly strictly fine St.
10 hiids. Molasses,
100 bags prine Rio Coffee, well flavored.
A few bags superior Java Coffee,
100 kegs Cut Nails, all sizeS, do. Brads,
10.000 lb-. bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams,
150 cnowce Canvassed Sugar Cured Hams,
warrainted-a superior article.
150 pieces ihugging, 44 to 45 ioch wide, all
150 coisa o A inch Bale Rope.
510 lbs- best Twine.
700 sacks Salt.
11 uoxes i obucco, all qualities, trom corm
m1",on to the best tjoney Dew.
50t lbs. Leati.50 bags Shot.
50 bbis. rAour, L-ana. Baltiniore and
Country, (all fresh ground.)
1,500 los. Sole Leater; do. Ulj.per.
500 lbs. Loal Sugat.
Tel III enddies and boxes.
15 tois Sweces Ir-on. Cast tiermai ani
ilister ateel, Hoop 1lo'n.
1,200 pairs lheavoy made niegro Shoes. made
of the beat materials, len and v u
300 large size Negro ilankets; io. ;tone
and tv hitney.
Uomestic Gioods. aiirting and Siieeti..
Calicoes, together witi all heavy Cotton
Pails, Iubs and Cans.
Pepper, uimger, and Spice.
Shue Thre,td ;. operin Candles
Cotton Cards, with every article usua ;y
kept in the business.
a suiply of CORN. equal to the -demand.
He returns his sincere thanks to his frienlds
and the public, for their former patronage
jjahuuw slheitq a continuiantce of their le
vors, as he inteiid' to inake it their iitbrsi toI
call and trade with him. Orders thianklilih re
ceived, and fillud at tie lowest rates of the
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 17. 1845 35
'rhe Hlambturg Repubbbcae. Greenville .uoni
tituneer,ind E-dgefield Advertiser, will copiy ,o
the amount of .iit ad torward accont to
I. J. HOWARD.
T HE Esta:e of Guihiredge Thurmionii,
dLeeceased, havinA h~een leit Derelbet,
I shall proceed to sell at the late residenn,
of said deceased, Oil Saturday the 27th
inlstamt. on a credit oif saix otts, all the
personi~l property, consist ing of ten hea,
of likely Cattle, aimong- them ua yok,- 0
Oxeni. stock or Hogs, two Horses. H-ouse
hold and-Kiteheu furniture, and some
JOHN [HILL, o.a D .
Sept. 10 3t 33
'tate of~ South Carolina.
WViliami Brunsont and Catharinte) Summons
Cox atid ethers, Appl'ts., vs. . in
Cilvitn Cox arid others, Def'ts. I Partition.
IT'1 appearmg to mv satisfaction, dint Cal
viin Cox, Odum Cox, the children of Nancy
Ford, formlerly Cox. Peggy Cook, formerly
Cox, Asa Odomi, son of Gilliam Cox, Defend.
ants in the above statedl ease, i eside without
the limits of this State. it is therefore ordered,
that they do appear aiid objeict to the division
or sale of the Reatl Estate of Solomon Cox,
deceased, on or before the sixth day of October
nlext, or thleir consent to the samne will be en
tered of record.
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
July 9 -3m 24
State of South Carolhna,
E'DGEFIELD DIST RICT.
Nancy Reynolds, Applicant,
neainst Wmn. Reynolds, W.
Reytmolds, and1 others. Def'ts.
1 T1 appearing to iuy satishfetion, that John
IReynolds, one of the Defendants, resides
without the limits of '.his State, it is therefore
ordered, that he do0 appear and object to the
division 'r sale of the Real Estate of -Thomas
Reynolds deceased, ore, or biefore the sixth day
of October ntext, or his consentto the same will
be enitered of record.
JoHN HILL. c. E. D.
July 2 12t 23
State of South Carolina.
William H. Clegg and Wife, Bil
annd others, vs.. David Outz,-- for
and others. Partition.
I T appearing to my satisfaction.that David
Ontz, one of the defendants in this casr ,
is abseint from andI resides beyond the limits of
this State, on motion of.Bonham, Complain
ants-Solicitor, It is therefore order'ed, that the
said D. Outz do plead. answveror demur to corn
plainants said bill of complit, within three
months from. the publication hereof, or the said
bill will be taken pro confesso against him.
s.~ s. TOM PKINS c. B. ..
September 10 3m *- 33
110 M. panish (L Valedos)
JOMi~ do (R. P. M.)
6 Mi mpernal Reg alias. (.Venus.'')
Just received, and for sale by .
SIBLEY &, CRAPON.
Hamburg, July 23, 1848 - if- 26
Whole%e & Retail Grocers,
CcORNER CENTRE AND MARRET STREETS,
WAMBURG, S. C.
AVE just received, and will continue to
receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, wlich they otfer to their friends and
the trade, atthe lowest market prices:
30 hhds. consisting of St. Cioix, Clairfield,
Porto Rico and Muscovado.
- : A-SO,
Double Re ied Loaf. Crushed and Powdered
50 bagkOd Government Java Coffee,
10 do ugUstura . do.
125 -cbh! io do. -
1 Bale 7ocho do
15 bags Dba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch.
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy)44 to 45 in.
50 do.,- Tow, 45-inch
125 do. Gunny, 24 per yard, 45 to 47 in
100 do Georgia & Corolina, 44 to 45 in.
300 coils Kentucky Rope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute. do.
20 hhdu.'frinidad Molasses
25.bbls. New Orleans. do
. IR ON
50,000, founds [ron, of all sizes. Also,
a ;?,iassortment of Hoop and Band
.froh eranan Caster & Cast Steel.
BACOI & bAL'.
30,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 'ecks Salt,
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10 doze - le Chairs
25 d.'W gor do
10 d .Cube Seat,
2 do Childrens, do
2 do -Boys, - do
2 do -Offices, do
2 do ,Rocking, do
I do 'Nurse. do
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
3- do '10.4 do (weigrhing 7 lbs. to 'the
A ;ood.assortmiert of Bed Blankets from
104 tit 1214.
1.000 ydi. ustnugtUn Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (essorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assot ted Sizes
.30 KeL upont's Powder
10. 6 tihg do
20 do%- j. porting, do
;)000 lbs5Iiii 1, N. Y. Union Mills
1.4c White Lead.
0- eas. Consistin- of gun pow
der, & and Imperial
6 ases atees,
I bestlack Tea
200.Bbls. fresh Itock Lime.
-A L 8 0
iinger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamon, IN utmes,
indigo. datpetrfe. Blue Stone. Copperas.
.aeoe'hread; Snuff. Cotton & Wool Cards.
drass Bound Buckets. Painted Buckets.
1'uis. Churns, Keelers Willow Wagont.
and t'raies. Washboards, Cocoa Dippers
Clothes Pis, Brooms, Wooden Ba.os,
Wash Stands, Bellows, Rakes, Scythe
Sneedis, Coffee .llills,Soap,Tleow & Speran
Cacndles. WagonBoxes, MIeasures, Saulu
irons, Windorr Glass, Starch,, Pistols. Tea
uacco.. Grindstones, Usuaburga, T 'wine, C as
,mgs, Boats, Shoes, Wocol llats.Rice,Cleuines
dass.ets,. Almuonds, Beierskiins, Mu ctk et
.lustard,.Fifth Chains, Lampj 0il; a chain e
acrticle of Clfewinig Tobacco; Vinaegar. lsex-a
C (:ider, Barrel Covers, Cent Fisth, Pluugh
.ilouilds, Sole'Leather, Nankeens, Chocco
late, &c., &c.
u .xNTED.-l0,000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
winen. c sli will be paid.
ii anhurg, July '23. tf 25
General Agentl and Conmmission
Merchant. Hamnburg. S. C.
N T1LL offers his services to his fiieneds and
Sthe public, and lie will deyote his undivi
ded attention to the
SlLLING OF COT t'ON AND FLOUR,
RECEiviNG AND FORwARDING GooDs.
Buying Goods for Planters or' Merchants, or
attend to an!, business thhi .may be
committed to his care.
Hc embraces this opportunity of tendering
his thzank~s to his friends for their liberal patron
nge heretofore bestowed; and by iindustry and
clese attention to business, he hopes to wrnic.
and to continute to receive the sae. It si- be
his aim to make all his charges as light u.. pos.
sible. knowing that it will he to his initerest to
closely observe th6 interest of his friends.
L.iberal advances will be made if required an
produce sent to him for sale or store. Cotton
sent to hini by Boats, will be received frcc of
wharfagc. All produce . sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
Eagle and Phenix Uotel.
T H E Senbscriber respectfully antnounces
to his friends atnd the travelling public.
that he is - now having the above splendid
H-ouse pitt in complete order, and will open
it tunder the immediate direction of~ himself
ard wife,ont ur about the first of September
next, at which time, he solicits from his friends
and patrOns, ia continuance- of past favors
assuring uham~ that their comfort will always
be his study. WM. FRAZIER.
Augusta, Ga., August 20 tf 30
Corn and Bay for iSale.
OBushels Deveratnx best
5,000 Nortih Uarolina CU RN.
I4,000 haushiels Maryland White Corn, just
received and wsill contanetly be 'kept feor sale.
Orders'from the country, (with city refer
ence.) will be immediately attended to.
Apply to J. S.: RYAN,
East Bay. opposite Fil sammon s Wharf.
Charleston, August27 3t .31
A N lecionwill take place at Edgefield
.H.on the first Monday in Octo
ber next, by the 'Commissioners of the
Poor of Edgefield. District, for a Super-.
intendelit of the Poor House for -this en
suing year.' Any persons wvishing the
place, will malie apylicatiour. stating mlheir
terms- .. S. BUTLER,
Chairnhan Board-of Poor.
Sept. 3 - 5t 32 .
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest.
Don't toad, but come al once, and get. good
1 HE Subscriber desirous of selling off his'
-.preeent well selected Stock. before lay-.
ing inhis new'supply of Fall and Winter Goods,
takes this method of informing his friends, etfs
tomers and the public in general, that he will
sell Cheaper than ever, Dry Goods of every de
scription, Shoes, Bonnets, Hats, Clothing, a
g ood assoi tment, viz. Coats, Pants, Vests, and
hirts, &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
AT B aUIamVILL-. N AI L0oLUMBIA, 6. C.
F * HE duties of this Institute will be resum
I.ed on the 15th October, (comwencemen
of the Academic year.)
Additional engagements have been entered
upon with highly competent Teachers iii de.
partmenm of Instrumental and Vocal Music:
also arrangement for additional supply of ap
paratus, &c., in Philosophical and Chemical
departments. Books for Reading-Room, have
been selected with especial reference to the
course of education pursued
A pamphlet exhibiting our course and method
of Instruction, as also Terias-of entrance, will
be sent to those desiring more particular infur
mutton. ELIA MARUKS, 'M. D.,
September 11 6t (So. Ca.) 34 Pricipal.
IfHE Trustees of twe Abbev iv he temaale Ac
ademy beg leave to announce-to the
public, that .MR.. JAtXs L. LZsLET has con
sented to take cuarge of tue Female ;chool in
Abbeville Village, loir the year 1846.
Mr. Lesley has, for the last ten years heel
engaged in the education of youth and long
and favorably known in Abbeville District, as
a competent anu succesflul clasaical teacher,
His reputation, capacity cud qualifications as
aninstructor,are too well known and admitted
to require from us any encoaniun, to recom
mend him .to the confidence and support of.the
; All the usual branches of an English educa.
tion will be taught; also, tha French, Latin and
Greek languages, togedier with Philosophy,
Drawing, Mu thematics, Astronomy,Chemistry,
The School wil be under the exclusive di
rection and control of Mr Lesly. The Scho
lastic Year to consist ofrten anonths, comen.
cing the first Ao nday of Jaiuary net.
Uood.and cheapi boarding iky.be had with
private families in the Village and its vicinity.
Miss HAtR RISON, whose superior talents
and qutalificationas as a Music Teacher; have
been long known ind appreciated in Abbe
ville, will- still comiinue iatcharge of the M usic
D. L. WARDLAW.
R. H. WAI(DLAW, .
J.J. WA R DLAW,
W. A.W A RDLAW,
- T.'-C. PERRIN -
JAS. S. WILSUN,
-August 27 t5J .2
FUREWARN all persons frnm trading lisr
. Note of hand given by the subscriber to
.Juha Lewis foir six hiuidred daulars ($6010.) da
Led abaout the 18th or 19th of August, and'due
i of Janauary. 1847. as cte property foi which
amad Note was given haiving proved unsound,
I umn determimed not to pay the same unless
comapelled by law.
Seplteamber 17. 4t 34
Plantation for Male.
-:Ytahe cunsent of the Legmitees, I shball
> uemeee to sell at Edgefield Court
I-Ious'. -sii the first Monday in November
am-x:. the tract of landr whereon the 'late
Saraih Hush.~ deceased, lived. coniaining
-evenc haundred anid twenity six (726) atcres,
im- r.- or less. ian a credit of -ine aid two
y.-:r--. lying on the road leading from Edge.
field Court Aouse to Columbia, 8 miles
fromit said Court House. . The land will lie
r,. surveyed and plat made, showing all the
boundaries of said land, and also the pare
cise number of acres. whi~ch will lie showii
on the day of sale.
Trhe purchaser will be requir d to give
notes with approved securities, and also a
maorugage of the premises in secure the
THOS. DELOACH, Executor.
September 10 . 9t 33
R9 UNA WAY from.the subscriber.
W L.abhout the 1st of tway last, my
MI.Negro -Woman -H ARRIET, aged
about 30 yeuars.yellow conmplected.
5 feet high, and hisawhen speaking
a stoppage in her speech' end.has a
scar on) one cheek, caused hy the cut
oh n kiaife. Any person apprehending' said'
Negro, and lodging her in Newberry or-Edge'
field Jail. or delivering her to me two miles
North of McNearry's Ferry, in N'ewberry Dis
trict, shall receive the above reward. - .
September 17 -. 3 . 134
To the Pggblc.'
ghave seen an advertiseinent over the
i-signature of James Wilsn, offering his
services to lhe public as, a Pump Maker.
Now to prevent any misunderstiandijng or
confounding of our names, I-would :only
say, 'hat 'lie undersigned is the OLD
PUMiYP MY AhTE R, ho has been at
the buasinaess some ten a twelve years. arid
offers his services iun that line to his old
friends -and patrons upon liberal ;terms.
He will puit in Pumops at 314 cents per foot.
ROBE RT W ILSON.
A bbeville C. H.. Sept. 10, 1845.
N- B.-Any persons wishing to com
municate with me oat business, will direci
their letters to Waterloo p. o., Laurens.
District. South Carolina;-a. R. .
September 17 6i (Banner) 34
J UST -received.25 barrels fresh NORTHj
ERN I LOUR, and for sale by - 1
--SIBLEY & CRAPON-.
Hamburg, July 23, 1845. tf -26.
To . Rent
NEor Twvo of the'nioai desirrbie
ft~F Store Rooms in the village of Edge;
field, scaitabie' for Dry Goods, Merchant-Tailor
Grocery or Drag Stores. -Possession, given
immnediately. M. FRAZIER.
.July30 tf 27
Y iriue of.sunsdry writs ol Fserika -
cias to me..direcied, I willirceed to .
sell af Edgefisld Coiit IHinise, on th
First Monday and Tuesday ir Ocoer
next, the follon in1g property, to-wit
Hedley & Street, vs. Oliver Simpson i
C. Burekmyer & Co 'and others, vs..
same, the'following Los in-the Towi
Homburg, and'known in the plan of fthi
sait Towsn of Hamburg as Lots o.3L.-p
312, 313, 314, 818, 319.820 321 and 353
containiug fifty feet front.'runsning backniff
bundied and fifty feet, on the. Street Id4
ing from the .ridge to Shultz's Hill ;
John T. Carter, vs. David Hardi-'ne.
m'are and colt.
J. G. Thornton, vs. William Hamilt*lor
the, Iract of land where the defendkiint
lives'containing one hundred anid sighted
acr6esanore or less, adjoinig Jad d .G --
Wiatheritigtoi, David Walkerand'otheirs
Anthony Griftin and others, vs G
Leef, one negro boy by the nanie.o
Allison Deloach for Nancy Olive
Jesse Sbumperr, John ShuErtraF "
Daniel. Liviugston, the tract-of land w -
the defendant John Shumpert livesco01F
taining seven hundred and tbirtyiacre
more or less., adjoining lands of illian
Shumpers, Jarnes-Mercbant and others
Terms of sale cash.
H. BOULWARE, S ED
Sept.12, 1845. 4t
:State' of South- Caralinia
ABARNWELL DISTRICT _ '1 I
ILLIAM J. NIXSON,.whosisno 'in
W custody of thl' Sheriff of Baii well Dig
trict, by virtue of a-VriL of Capastadwi_
faciendumr at thesnit of L Wasespvsy
petitioned the Honorable the.Judges:f.;t .e ...
Court of Common Pleas. that .l'e -m y.beiia"
m1ttitted to the bensefit of the Acts of theGene.
Assembly, made for the relief 6'f'Irible
Debtors,!i is therefore orderdAh'aifii
W. Bates,'an. all others to whom' ,he 4id
titio'ner is in anywise indebted, be, iaid'tli ar
hereby summoned end-have -D'otiieto appefr''
befirethe said- Judges-at the-said Conrtkt-be.'
holden at Barnwell on - the 'fouithMonday n
October next, to shew causiifanythey'ca
why ihe said Petitioner-sthould' not-ha tT
ray of his petition greated.
Office or Coinmon Pleas, -
BarnwelJ C. H..l4thJuly,'45
ORASMIUS D. A. -;
July 23 12t
St te of South Caroimr
EDQEFIELD DISTRICT' 'i
IN 'EQUITY <
Jolh Wn~Hert, .:-. ineiitd ~''~
PC wife . t
Y virtue of an. prderof i eConi-t o
B Equity in this -sIe wilFbedsold'a
Ei2'field Court Hous, n Safi'Dafi
October nexi, the two fo o i ilafot
-1. The "risca T ract? sitei d iae lih 12?"';'_
District and Stateafre'sAid. ji
lands- of R. P. Quars ,'CMWj M ~ ns'o
siid othis, containing sightfi
acres. more or less.
2;T're "C,.chra Tract,-situaied in
he7'Distiicfand State aforesaidj Wd'oisi
l'ainilf W . Maniz, Jonb Hea'stlW:n -
Atkind'and othek, containtingseventy fvd
(75) acres, more or less -
Terms-Tt elve montii ciedit, 'i -n,
erest froms- the day of sale. Puichaiseis
toi give bond end security- and a mortfyg ' -
of the premises to secure the purchase '" '
moneuy, snd costs to be paid in cash
Psurcha'ses to pay for papers. "
H. A. JON ES, c.L.D
('om'rs. Office, Abbeville,.C. HI.,
September 8 4t 2
Land r.' sale
T H E Stubscribers wishinig to remove to the
-est offer for sale thtat well known
tract of Land where they now li've; situated on ' -
th,- Martintown, Road, in Edgefield District,2F
mtileb from Hamburg. . 'The. tiact contains
about four hundred and forty acres. Somie ex- -
cellenit land anid well timibered-about' one
hunitred and fziy acres cleared. about seventy-'
five of which is frealt; The situationiss as'well
calculated for a public stand as any otlier 'plice
f romn Hnmburg to the Moutaais. Persons" '
wihing to purchase; can call and examine- for ~
thiemselves. '. -..*::
It' not previously disposed of. it will be sold
to the highest bidder. the first Monday in Octoa ~'
her next; at Edgefiell Court House. .
. SINKLOR HUFFMAN, -
DAVID HUFFAAN. -
September 3 . t , ' - 32' -
State of S4outh Carolina . '
EDGEPIELD DISTRICT. '
Guairdian of - Declaratioj -.
Francis WFerth. vs P.- oreignrr
.Enoch Byne, Elijah -" 4ttaehrnent
Byne, H armon~ j --~
Andrew Carson, is;' Deictaiua ~"'
the same- .eigli ~Atachnart -
'' H E- Pilaintiffs in the above itttediases,
k.having-this day filed their Deelaraioinssin. '
tmy Ofiee, anad the Defendanleslbavig ne)ther---'i-'
no wife or Attorneys knovn to reside-withibhtife$~
4imits-of the State on whom a copyg of thss e
with. a rule to plead. can be sertted, "It -i-;
therefore, Ordered" that the Defendantapear'.~)~
and pilead to the same within a'year-and a-iay -
from lhe day heiea.ors final and absoliite judg-'~~~
ment aisll be awarded igainst thlem/ - "
THOMAS'G. BACON'dc c M
Clerk's Offir-e3tireh 17th, 845 if '': 8 -. -
Sta te ofo uth'taolina
I N T HE COMMON PLE.AS
Robert-fR Hunter, Delrttaa
T5 H E Plaintiff ints e above stat e~ae --~
U'havitng this day 'fled their Declaratdoni -i~~
my Office, and the Defendant havutin6n
or Attorney knownjo reside wittnn.thea7.nits
of the State on whoniacopy of thisa'aiis t
a; rule to plead cast be served; "It iss tire1 re~'t'z''
Ordered' That the Defendantapgearidfd plead .!$4
to the same 'withain a year-and a-dayWdtti the
date hereof or final and abolitejadguifeit ill- ~
be awarded against hum 'a: * 5 -' '~ "'
-C- .TIHOMAS..Ge8&CON i.1C. P r. 4-"
- 'DGE FILRT DISTRWT4
year ol a. a senII~
right hintjlfoori whbtaabotadi &I~ -- 'J
hikh, ra w bcned. TApliralsed atbih~ doI.. '-'
Jars,. 'W. S. ?QT1UWAI ~ ~
July 23 im4tw La t te