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in their crusade against me: were I satisfied
at he vas cleari, I should be wil'lin to ndC
knowledge I have, dealt with hint ratlier
roughly. What I have d concerning him
- has been said from what have. heard, and
L from a belief I have that no truly goid man
, willsuffer his friends to resirt to unjust means
I to advance his popularily. When 1.first heard.
the report concerning the-little rich man, who
lives a way up yronder, I suspected it arose
from some words which I spoke to the Tick
ville lutelligencer, when returning fron the
amp meetiug that was held tout lontg since at
Alount Vernon, The lIitelligencer alter tell
inlg me over the votes which Settles would
get, in a particular section of country, said to
ne, I can tell you one-man there, who isgoing
to vote for you. . I asked him, who that mii
was; lie replied thatit -was Berry Cochran.
I said, well I had iaI ier have his vote, tian to
inve the votes of ten such men as are souie
that I could name. I spoke these words, and
J willinow stick to themt,-yes i now poroclaim
ihat I had rather tive the vote of ont mian
'such as I believe Berr% Cuchraii to be, un to
have the votes of teii such ien ab I know tle
Intelligencer is. I had rather ial e Cochrau's
vote not because he is richter than the limenti
gencer, but because I believe that ten sucih
friends'as the lutelligeicer would be more
dead weight than I could -carry ii aniy race.
1 did intend totell the community who Ine in
.telligencer is, and Irow he usiually acts it, eve
ery election; but as he iias relattons.ir ihom
I have the greatest respect, I will dismiss him
for this time, and I hope Jor the fututelie will.
not meddle with me, not even so mucI as to
vote for me on the 16th of October. i have
now Fellow Citizens, weut thraugh all the re
ports which have been preferred against me.
it is your prerogative to put whateverconstruc.
Ion upon them you please. You can acquit
rne or you can pronounce me guilty ; it is et
tirely with you. I am now about to close:
however before I do so permit me to say a
word or two to you respecting what I cjonceive
to be the duty ot voters; we are, -ll of us,
too apt to attach too little nportance to our
votes; we too often give thew to persons,
simply bacause they are our neighbors, or be.
cause they happen to live in the samne beat,
or battallion wit.; ourselves: sucn should nev
C be the case; before giving our votes iNiany
election we should enquire not which of our
Ineighbors are candidates, but winc candidate
is the best qualified to diseharge the duties of
, he office for which lie seeks. We should by
all means rather strive to prumote tfle good of
our country, than to dater the vailty oh our
teighbors. We are the Lords of a great coun
try, of a country, which ts worthy of a noble
destiny. We have a country whose soil is
rich, whose climate is congemal, and whose
institutions are such as were never known to
tu before, we are they, who, are to solve the
problem whether the people ae capable of
belf government. whethei our country shall go
onwards and onwards, from improvement to
improvement. or whether is c:urae shall be
retrogressive. As regards myseilt I believo in
the intelligence of the people. I believe tat
it wias not in vain oim Warren bled. and that
it w-s not in vain our V Wastamstoil tought; I
believe that our conitry s istitutions, hound
ed by good and wise men, will more than real
ize their most sangume expectatiois, although
not three quariers of a century ias nut yet
elapsed since we became a distinct people;
yet already is our country numbered anomg
the first natioins of the earth, and I eriiy be
lieve that the line is ot iUr distuant, wheii she
will not only be amiog the Iirst, out will be
the very first nation on tais globe, I believe
the light ot her instutions, is destined to illnume
the world, and sprinkie joy and conisolation
o'er the benighted Mimid, uf' men. who are
now bowed oeneath the despot's yoke; how
ever Fellow Citizens niuch depends on you:
if you will always seek to give your votes to
the most worty,- if you will n ith sroting force
Jay hold on, and stay titnt reckless spirit wiinch
some maifelst, an strivinig by uinjust niesas, to
pull downa others, who, they thintk, may out
strip them otn the road to poptaiar prelerence.
I say if~ you will do tnese tintgs, I believe that
our counatry is yet in its dawn ; I believe that
its glories will yet be bri:;hter, nad it igoter, its
its influences still miore cheering. II however
you put ho estimate on your votes-if yon
live your preferencue to individuals, merely
b~ecause they possess more low cunning, or be
cause they are miore fruitful int circulatung ill
finmed reports-i say at you doi this, nao one can
soy, how long the timie as distnat, before the
land of Washington will become to be whati
the so called itepuiblic of Mexico is. Nitie
can tell how Itong it will be. before there as there
contendinag factionas will ariase, atid wide spread
ruin threasten all. What I have said cotncerai
ing thie ditties of voters I metoait to be genieral,
Niow voters of the ninth regimnat espec-ially I
say to you, do you in the electiona. which is
about to take place, vote for that candidate,
- which you may think, is the best qualified to
discharge the duties of a Colonel. If 3ou
thinik either :f m-~y compietitors are better qual
ified than mtyself o dischanrge the dtuties of the
offlke, I wish you to vose for him, IOischiarge
your diiy faithfully and I will be satisfied; yes
though I should loose the dronymig plume, the
shining epauileltes, aind clangorous sword; yet
shall I not be heard to muarmaur; nao Iil not even
breathe, a sigh, biut ll count moy loss miy
tountry's gain. I am Fellow Citizens pre
pared to bow to the majesty of your wills.
N'othaing else. MARTIN IIULMES.
New Goods! New Coods!!
V H E Subscribeas takes this opportunity of
Icivng notice th'at they are now receiving
their Stock of Tall and Winter Goods, which
will embrace a choice selectioni of
Staple and Fancy Goods,
IIaDowACE, CROCKE:RY, G RoCERtas, M EDt
cuacs, S-rA-rIOSAY and ScHOOL, DOOEs,
HA-rS, Ciirs, and Sntoas,
And a great variety of other articles, which
they will sell low for cash, or on a credit to
G. L. & E. PENN.
October 1 tf 36
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing
between J. A. Graham & Hilery
Cooper in manufacturing tin ware, 4-c., is
The above hosiness is continued how
ever hy me, who will execule wvith nea'
ness and fidelity any buasitness in my line,
such as roofing, guttering and the manu
factoring of tin nare, &c.
Oct 1 t- f 36
ralua ble Lands for sale.
JO A cre's of the best quality
- g ofLand are here of'ered
for sale. The said land lies on the wvaters of
j Iilsont and Ninety-six Creeks. and will be
Ssold in one, two or fonr truacts~to suit the pur
Scimser or purchasers. Ott one traca there is
-nexcellent Wheat an'deorni Mill. in the best
repair. Oni another tract there are good build
ings, with an excellent Store Honse arid Ioca
tion for merchanitdise. As I desire te move, I
will sell the above Ilads al a Inaw price for its
qualitv. H. 11. H ILL.
SRefer to HT. R S'n n., or no CoI.
S. Christie, at Edgefielul Court House.
Chesnut Grove Institute,
B EING desirous of doing all the good Iein,.
the shorttlime I have to sojourn on earth.
I propose to en'arge my SCilOOL to a size
suffiient to employ my daighter and myself,.
and if practicable, to form a MALE and FE.
MALE Det artment. My ITstitnie is located
in a very healthy part of the District, (near
Mr. L. Wideman's.
Boarding can he produredin respectable fam
ilies at Thirty Dollars a yeat, if washingis
not donge. I have made tile terms of T-ition
to suit the times, and I expect they will be
found much lower thanl those of any other
School of the kind in the District. They are
Orthography, Reading and Writig, $10
Those with Arithmetic and History. II
Grammar included, 1M
Geography included, 13
And with Natumal Philosophy and-Rhetorit. 14
The Scholastic Year, Ten Monthl.
My system of teaching is iewand utogether
my own1. I would invite those who may think
of seniding to me. to visit my Sjool and see
my method. To those w'o may desire to in
qgire of my capacity as a Teolirer or the pro
gress of my Scholars. I woildj refer to my pat
ruins; also. to the Hot. A. Burt, Maj. L Inde
pendencP Pearon rof Hamburg. Dr. John
Heart. John Cothran. Esq. John Wideman.
Esq . and Mr Jame- Widemana, of the Senior'.
Class of the Soutr' Carolia College. All of
these gentlemsen, with the exceptioti of the
Hon. Burt. ar.ted as judges at an Examination
of my Scholu in August last.
Fifleen or twenty scholars more than I now
have, will make tiy School large enough to
put ny design into execution.
Application for admiPsion to my School must
be made by the first of December.
CHARLES M. PELOT. Teacher.
Sept 24 _ 3t (Ab. Banner) 36
1 'HE Subscriber mforms his friends and the
I public, that he ha, colmmenced the above
Biustiess. at the Ware-House formeaarly
occupied by H. W. SULLITAN. As he will de
vote his whole time aud attention to the inter
est of his customers. he hopes to merit and re
ceive a liberal patronage and support.
Hamburg, Sept. 24 4t (Journalij 37
State of' South Carolinia,
IN COURT OF ORDIN.4RY.
Catharitte '1 ise, Win. Stephens.)
Susan Wise, Harriet Wise, ,
Jacksou Wi,e. & Jacob | *
Wise. vs. I
William Wise, Ad-lnrinistratorof c'
Henry Wise, deceased, and i a
Moses Sweareugen and
Lewis Jones Securities.
C ATHARINE %%ISE, WILLIAM
Stepteiis, Susan Wi-e, Harriet Wise,
Jackson Wise and Jacob Wise. having
ibis day filed their petition. setting forab
that they art- distributees of the Estate of
Henry Wise. late of the District aforesaid
deceased, and that William Wise. the Ad
minismtrator of that Estate. has removed
heyond the limits of this State, wilhout
havitig accounited for his Administration :
it is tierefore ordered, that William Wise,
Adminis'rator as aforesaid, and Moses
Swearetgen & Lewi- Jones, Securities to
the said Administration, do appear before
me in ihe Court of Ordinary, to be held in
my office at Edgefield Court House. in the
District and State aforesaid, otn Monday the
1.3th day of October next, to show cause if
anyithtey can, why they should ntot render
before me an account of said Adininistra
Given tunder my hland att my oflice, this
24th day of Sepiembher. 1845.
JOHN [HILL, 0. E D.
October 1 2t 36
011uth a rolilla,
BY JOHN HILL, Esqutire, Ordinary of
W hterents. Joel Roper. Jun.. hath applied to
me for Letters of Admimistration, with tile wvii
anlnexed, on all and singular tile goods an~d
chtattels. rights atnd credits ofioei Roper Sen.,
of late of the District aforesaid, deceased, these
are therefore, to cite and admotnil aland1
singtnlar, thte kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and apapear before me at otir
next Orditnay's Court for thesaid District, to
be hloldenl at Edgefield Coulrt Hlouse, onl the
13th1 dany of October. next to show entnse, if
any, whly tile said adminlistration should not
Given untder my hand and seal. this the 29th
day ofi Septemober. in the year oftnur Lord one
thouasand eight hunitdred anld forty-five., attd
in tile sevcentiethl year of Americanl Itndepena.
JOHN HILL, O. E. D.
October 1 2*36
Brought to the Jail.
OF this District, on the 27ttn inst a negro
mao who says his name is H ARRY and
that he belongs to Mr~. J M1. Guighniard,
of Newberry District, Said negro is five
feet 11 inche~s high. and lheu wien 28 and
30 years of age, atnd very light complec
ted. He has atn impedimnetnt itt his speech,
and a wen on the back part of his neck.
The owner is requested to comte for
ward. pr ye property, pay charges and
take him away, otherwise he wi lib be dealt
as the law directs.
C. H. GOODMA N, Jailor.
October 1 tf 36
Brought to the Jail
OF tht, District, on the 27th inst. a negro
mn who says his tname is SIMON, a,.d
that he belongs to Mr. Arthur Purely, of
Louisiatta. He says htis miasters planta
tiont is next to Gen. W. H ampton and in
thte same Parish. He says he fortmerly
belonged to 31r. James L. Clark, of Cit
lumbia, S. C., whto sold him to Mr. Mc
Donald. (If Charleston. and he sold himt to
M r. Higgins. oft N. Orleans. who sold himi
to his presetnt ow~ner. Said negro is
five feet, eight inchbes high, anid between
28 andl 30 years of age, light complected,
atnd his upper teeth front is doubled, he
has lost the great toe nl' of his left foot.
The owner is requtested to cotne forward,
prove property, pay charges anid take hitm
away, or he will be dealt with according
C' H. GOODMtAN, Jailor..
October 1 tf 36
(7 We are authorirzed to annouince
M. GaAUsst. Esq.. as -a candidate for
Ordinnry of E igefleld District, at the
110.' TO.G ' EAL71! .
73 HOUSANOs u) peWrsons continue to enrf
U themselves of't 4d4. Conogis. Headaches
Rheumatic' Affueciinna15, 'Smnil Pox, Measles
Costiveness, lufilnenliza, arid the host of those in
dications of the bod of the blood being out o
order, simply boy perseveritngly using. Bran
drth's V'egctale Univercl PiUs so long as anj
symptuns ut derargenient in any organ re
main. Often by. adopting this 'course, whici
experienr.e ias proved ncecrding to Nature. il
being u'.erely assisting her. Have many in a feei
days bweeirestored to healtihirh, bnt for Bran
dreth,pi Pils had been sick for months The
vat.te.of this nedciie is.bevond price.
L .?'1'he Pills are sold at Dr. llrandrgh's OJ
jice, 441 Brondwaty. N. York. Also, by Blamn
& Butler Edgefield C. H.; S. D. Clarke Ar Co.
Hamburg; 3. S 4 D. C. Smyley, Meeting
Street; if. M. Coleman, New Market; WAitlock
Sullivan k IValler, Greenwood; L. D. Meirri
man. Cokeabury. 31
Oct I -5t 36
S3I HE Estate -of William J. Simkins being
.1. Derelict, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on Saturday the 18thi das
of October itext, all the personal property o
said deceased,, consistig of Household Furni
ture, on a credit of six .monts.
JOHN -HILL, o. X. D.
September 24 41 35.'
State of South Carolina.
B Y JOHN HILL. Esquire, Orduary
of Edgefield District.
Whereas Sion Mitchell hath applier
to me for Letters :)f Administration,.o
all and singular the goods, dnd chattels
rights and credits of James Mitchell late
of the District aforesaid, deceased, these
are, therefore, to cite and adionigh al
and singular, the kindred and creditori
of the said decea'd, to lie and appear before
me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the
said District, to be holder at Edgefiek
Coturt House, on tbe:sixth iday of Oct
next, to show cause, if any, why the saic
administration should not be granted.
Given under my band and seal, thi!
23d day of September, tn the year of out
Lord one thousand eight hundred anr
forty-five, and in the 70th year of Amer
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Sept.24 21 35
rT HE E-tate of Guihredge Thurnond,
I deceased, having been left Detrelict,
I shall proceed to sell at the late resideice
ol said deceased, on Saturday the 27th
instant. on a credit of six months. all the
personal property. consisting of ten hea d
of likely Cattle. among them a yoke of
Oxei. stock of Hoes, two Horses. iou
hbud and Kitchen furniture. and -amne
JOHN HILL. o. E. D.
Sept.10 31 33
-itate of South Carolina
William Brunson and Catharinel Summons
Cox antd iothersAppl'ts.,~vs. tn
Calvin- Cox and othdrs, DePts. j Partition
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Cai
vin Cox, Odum Cox, the children of Nancy
Ford, formerly Cox. Peggy Cook, f'ormnerly
Cox, Asar Odom, son of Gilliam Cox, Defend
ants in thne above stated case, teside without
the limits of tis State. it is thterefure ordered,
that tihey do appear anrd object to the division
or rsde of the Real Estate of Solomon Cox.
deceased, on or before the sixth day of October
next, or their conen-t to the same will be etn
tered of record.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
July9 m 24
Staite of' South (arohna,
Nancy Reytnolds, Aipplicant)
against Wmt. Reyniolds, WV.
Reytiolds, anrd othIers, Def'ts.
* T1 appearing to mty satisietion, that John
.1Reynolds, onte of the Defendants, resides
without the limits of '.his State, it is therefore
ordered, thaet he do appear and obrject to the
division or sate of tire Real Estate of Thomtas
Reynolds decea d, or,, or tbefote rte sixtht dary
of October tiext, or iris consettto the samne will
be etreted of record.
Jt)HIN H IL L, C. F.. 0.
July 2 12t 23
State of South Carolina.
Wilhtam H. Clegg and Wife, Blil
vs. David Olutz, for
antd others. S Partition.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that David
Ontz, one of the defendants in this caer,
is absentt from and resides beyond the limits of
thir, ||State, ott motion of Bonham, Complain.
ants Solicitor, It is therefore ordered, thrat the
said D. Onrtz do plead, atnswerordemur to com.
plainanats said btdl of cormplairnt, within three
mnonths fromn the puhhcation htereof.or thre said
bill willhie taken pro confesmo against him.
s . TOM PKINS, c. E. E. D.
September .10 3m 3
A N lecionwill take place at Edgefield
C. H.n the first Monday in Octo
her nexr, by the Commissioners of the
Poorr onf Edgefield District, for a Super.
imiendent of the Poor House for the et
suing year. Any persons wishing the
place, will make applicationr stating theit
terms- S. BUTLER,
Chairman Board of Poor.
Sept. 3 5t 32
Plantation for Mal~e.
DY the consent of the Lega t'es. I shall
proceed to sell at Edgefield Couri
House, on the first Monday in Novembet
neat, the tract of land whereon the late
Sarah Bush. deceased, lived, containiog
seven hundred and tweirty six (726) acres,
metre or less. en a credit of oine and twc
years. lying ont the road loading from Edge
field Court d-ouse to Columbia, 8 miles
from said Coturt House. The land will be
re surveyedi and plit made. showing all the
boundaries of said land, and also the lpre
cise number of acres. which wtll be shown
on the day of sale.
The purchaser will he required to gi've
tfotes with'epproved securities, and also a
mnortgaege of the premises to secure the
THiOS. DELOACH, Executor.
Senrember 10 Ce 3l
J. J Howard,
S.VING retirned from fle North, begs
leuveto star te bis friends-and the, pub.
ie. that e is civia full and cum
plete Stock of,-,
-GKR 0 E R IE:, & c.,
CONSISTING Xx PAR OF T FOLLOWINo ARTI*
25 hhds. Sngari (mostly strictly fine St.
10 hldd. M
100 bags r meW1offee, well flavored.
A few siperior Java Coffee,
100 kegs CutN a all sizet, do. Brads,
10.000 lbs. Bacon Sides;Shoulders and Hams,
150 choice Canvassed Sugar Cared Hems,
15 ..warrauted-a superior article.
150 pieces Baggi*ng. 44 to 45.inch wide, all
150 co.Is aolujiuch Bale e.
500 lbs- best Twine.
700 sacks Solt.
10 boxes Totsco; all quilities, from com
non to the beat H oney Dew.
501b Lead.50bags Shot. ,
50 bbls. Fjopr,oCaaal; Baltimore and
Country, (ll frsh ground.)
1,500 lbs. Soli Leather; -do. li per.
500 lbs. Lail(Sugai..
Tea in eaddies and boxes.
15 tons Swede, Iron. Cast, German and
lglister Steel, Hoop lron.
1,200 pairs heavyenade Negro Shoes, made
of the best materials, Men and Wo
300 large size Negro Blankets; do. Rose
Domestic Goods,Shirting aid Sheeting.
Calicoes, together with all heavy Cotton
Pails, 1'ubs and Cans.
Pepper,.Ginger, and Spice.
Shoe Thread ; Sperm Candles
Cotton Cards, with every article usually
kept in the business.
a asnpply of CORN. equal to the demand.
He returns his sincere thanks to his friends
and the public. for their former patronage,
and he now-sulicits a coutinuance of their fa
vors, as he intends to make it their interest to
call and trade with him. Orders thankfully re
ceived, and filld at t:ie lowest rates of the
Hamburg, S. C.,.Sept 17, 1845 35
'Elhe Hamburg Republhcan. Greenville Moun
taineer,aund Ed efieldAdvertiser, will copy to
the amount of 5 and forward accou nt to
J J. HOWARD.
W A RE-HOUSE
Co mais yI n Business.
I IANKFUL o ner friends for the liberal
1 patronage hithe o received, we respect
fully so!ieitacontinuande of the same at our old
Where we wilfcontiime to Receive. StoIr and
Sell CorToN and other PaoDucz, Ilecetec
AT MODERATE CHAROES.
We will give undivided attention to any bu
st ness im our line, entrusted to our care. ex
cept the buying of cotton, which we refuse to
go on either our own account or that of others,
behieving it difficult to piense in the united ca
)arity of both buyer and seller.
Fron .the kong..ax.~ience of our senior
partner. and by prompt and devoteJ attention
to all matters of business, ennfided to is, we
hope to merit a share of public patronage.
WALKER & PEARSON.
H amburg. S. C., Sept 17 Gin 35'
The Edgefield Advertiser. Abb. Banner. An
derson Gnzette, Penadleton Messenger, and
Greenville Meountaiuner, each, will copy the
above fcr air monthcs-Journal.
H. L. JEFFERSe
-General Agent and Conoission
Merchant. Uana burg. 8. C.
TILL offers his services to his friends anad
- theubhec, and he will devote his undivi
ded uttention to the
SIELLING OF COTr'ON AND FLOUR,
ttECEly:No Ann FORWARDING Gooms.
.Buying Goods for Pinters or Merchants, or
attend to any business that may be
-commatted to hi care.
He embraces this opportunity of tendering ~
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron
age heretofore bestowved, and by industry and
close attention to business, he hopes .to merit.
and to contimre to receive the sane. It shall be
his aim to ake all his chaargesi as light se pos
sible, knowing that it will he to his interest to
clnsely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal advances will be made if required on
produce sent to him for sale-or store. Cotton
sent to him by Boats, wIll be received free of
aokarfage. All produce sent to him for sale
will be piromptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
Auagust 6 f2
I FOREWARN all persons from trading for
a Note of hand given by the subscribet to
John Lewis for six hrundred dollars ($6410.) da
ted about the 18th or 19th of August, and due
1st of January. 1847. as th, property for wvhich
aid Note was given lhaving proved unsound,
I am dctermninsd not to pay the sands unless
compelled by law.
JOIN CH APPELL.
September i7 . 4t 34
about the 1st of May last, my
Negro Woman HARRIET, aged
a bout 30 years. yellow complected,
5 feet high, and has when speaking
astoppage in her speech und hat a
car on one cheek, eaused b ' th6 cut
of a kife. Any person apprehendmg. said
Negro, and lodging her in Newberry or Edge
field Jail, or delivering her te'me two miles
North of MeNearry's Ferry, in Newberry Dis
I rict, shall receive the above reward,
Septembr 3 t34
rhave seen an advertisenient 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 ntames, I would only
any. chat clhe undersigned is the OLD
PJUP YE AKER, who has been at
the business some ten oc twelve jaars.,and
offers his services in that line to his old
friends and patrons cnpon liberal terms.
Hie tvill put in Pumps at 3li cents per toot.
Abbeville C. -H.. Sept. 10, 184g.
N. B.-Any persons wishing to com
inmunicate with me on business, will directr
their let ters to Waterloo P. 0;, Lacurens I
District, South Carolina. R. W.I
i entember 17 6t (Banner) 34
fihoiesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MAtRT STREETS,
AVE just received, and- will contueo to
receive fresh supplies of the following
irticles, which they offer to their friends and
be trade, at the lowest market prices,
30 bhds. ernsisting of t. Croix, 'Clairfield. i
Porto-Rio and Muscovado.
)ouble Refined Loaf, Ciushed and Powdered i
-0 g COFFEE-S.
50 bags Old Government Java. Coffee,
JO do. Angustura do.
125 choice Rio. do.
I Bale.Mocho do
15 bags Cuba.
.100 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 4' 'iuc:
250 do. Kentuckg, (hi uiy) 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 if).
300 coils Kentucky Rope
50 do Manilla,' do
50 do. Jute do.
20 bhds. Trinidad Molasses
'25 bbis. New Orleans. do
50,000 ppunds fron, ofr all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, L3erman an Caster & Cast Steel.
BACON & bALT.
0,000 Prime Country Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Sailt.
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do WiaUor do
10 do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrens, do
2 do Boys, do
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking, do
1 do Nurse. do
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
3 do 10-4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
A good assortmenit of Bed Blankets from
10-4 to 12-4.
1,000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavyJ
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assoited Sizes
30 Kegs 11F Dupout's Pow der
10 do Blasting do
20 do Eagle, porting, do
5000 lbs pure No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
5O Boxes Teas. Consisting of gun pow
der, Hyson and Imperial
6 ases attees,
I best Black Tea
200 Bble. fresh Rock Lime.
'inger, Pepper. Spige, Cinnamon, Nutmegs,
Indigo, Saltpetre, Blue Stone. Copperas.
ShoeThread, Snuff, Cutton.,& Wool Cards,
Brass Bound 'Buckets,' Phinted Bucketa;
Tubs, Churns,. KelersfWillow Wagonis
and Cradles. Washboards, Cocoa Dippers,,
Clothes Pins, Brooms, Wooden. Bowls,
Wash Stands, Bellows.. Rakes, Scythe
Snereds, Cof'ee Mills,Soap,Talow & Sperm
Candles. WagonBoxes, Mieasui-es, Saddle
lions, Windorr Glass, Starch, Pistals, To.
bacco, (brindstones, Osnaburga, Twirne, Cue
tings, Boots, Shoes, Wool H atsi, Rice,Clothes
Baskets, Almonds, Bearskins, Mackerel,
Mlustard, Fifth Chains, Lamp Oil; a choice
article of Chaewing Tobacco; Vinegar, Bexes,
C Cider, Barrel Covers, Cod Fish, Plough
Moulds, Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choco
late, &c., &c.
VANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for
rhich cash will be priid.
Hamburg, July 2J. tf 25
State of South Carolina,
BARN WELL DISTRICT. I
'Al LLIA M J. NIXS0N, who is now in the
VTcustody olfthe Sheriff'of Barnwell Dis- :1
rict, by virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satis
irciendum, at the suit of~ L. W. Bates, having I
'etitioned the Honorable the Jndges of the
;ourt of Common Pleas. that he may be ad.
iitted to the beniefit of the Acts of the Generala
Lesembly, made for the relief of Insolvent I
)ebtors, It is therefore ordered, that the linid L.
V'. Bates, and all others to whom the said Pe
itioner is in anywise indebted, be, and they are
ereby summoned, and have notice to appear.
efore the said Judges at the said Court, to be
olden at Barnwell, ont the fourth Monday in
)ct ober next, to shew cause, if any they can,
whj the said Petitioner should not have the
rayer of~ his petition granted.
Odice of Common Pleas,
larnwell C. H.,1l4th July,'45.
'ORAS3MUS D. ALLEN,c. c. p.
July 23 12a 27
St te of South Carolina,
Jobmu W. Hearst, Supplemental
t's. Bill for
.C. McOwen & wi fe Partition.
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of
Equity, in this case, will be sold at
E.dgefield Court House, on Sale Day in
)etober next, the two following tracts of
I. The "Prisca Tract," situated in the
district and State aforesaid, adjoining
ends of R. P. Quarles, C. WV. Mantz
md otheas, containing eighty five (85)1
Icres. -more or less.
2.'The "Ctochran Tract," situated in
he District and State aforesaid, adjoining
ands of W. Mantz, John Hearst, William
atkins and others, containing seventy-Bye
75) acres, more or less.
Terms-Twelve months credit, with in
erest from the day of sale. Purchasers
o give bond and security and a mortgage
if the premises- to secure the purch'ae
nouey,- and costs to be paid in cash.
Purchases to'pay for papers.
. . A. JON ES, C. E. A. D.
September 3 4t 2
State of South I arolina,
T' HOMUAS J. HIBBLER,hiving niear
LWinterSeat, in Edgefield District.
rolls before me a black Horse, seven
ears old, a small white streak in his face,
ight hind foot white, about fifteen hands
igh, raw boned. A ppraised at thirty'dol
23. W S.COTHRAN,
July 23 m4m 26 Magistrate.t
il HE Trustees of the Abbeville Female-Ac
saiemy, beg leave to aunounca, to ' tie
ublic, that .1a.. JAards L. LaRar 8 has con
enred rotake charge of the Female-Schjoolitr
Ibbeville Village, for the year 1846. . ,
Mr. Lesley hifor the last ten - y6Sii been
mngaged in the ,education of youth aaidJ6
mnd flavarably known in Abbeville.Distit,
Lcompetent anid'successful clasiical.tcs.
Lii. reputation, edpicity and ial tis as
Ln instructor,are too well known and admijted
o require froin us any encomium, to recoin
nend him to the confidence-and support of the
-All the usnaf branches Of an English ednee
ion will be taught; also, the French,.litin an'
Sreek languages, together Yith Phiilasophy,,?
3rawing, Mathematics, Asttonomy,Chenistry
Irc., &c. . *"
The School wil h''-inder the excluin d i
'ection and control 'of Mr. Lesly. ' TJi 4sili6
dstic Year to consist often months, e6damer1
ing the first Monday of ldfdry next..
.Good and cheap boarding may be had with
rivate fmilies in the Village and its vicinity.
Miss HARRISON, whose esuperior talents
tad qualifications asa Music 'leache-,'bJia''e
>een long known ina appreclait'"in Abbe.
rille, will still continue in charge of'the Music
Department. - -
D. L. WARDLA1 '
JOHN WHITE, . I
R. H. WARDLAW;
3. J. WARDLAW,
'T. C-SPER RIN,
J As. S.'WISON, -
August 27 . .Z2
Fe ma Ir I nait i ute
&T BARBAMmLr. 1a4Xit COLUMUIS, C.
T HE duties of this bstitute willbe resun
ed on the 15thi.October; (commencemen
af the'Academic year.) . -
Additional engagementi have been entered
ipon with highly competent Teachers in de-:
artment of Instrumental and Vocal Music:
also arrangement for additional supply of ap
aratus, &c., in Philosophical and: Chemical
iepartments., Books for Reading-Roomhave
Jeen selected with especial reference to the
:ourse of education puisued
A pamphlet exhibiting our course and method
)f Instruction, as also Terms'of entrance, will
)e sent to those desiring more particular infor;'
nation' ELIAS MARKS, M.D.,
September11. 6t (So. Ca.) 34 Pricipal';
Lidd for Sale.
1 H E ubserilyrts wishing to remove to the
a eat, offer for sale that well know
ract of Land where they-now live, situated on
he Martintown Road, in Edgefield District, 25
niles from Hamburg. The tract'.contains
ibout fout hundred and forty acres. Someez
.ellent land and well timbered-about fone
iundred and fifty acres cleared, about seventy
ive of which is fresh. The situation is as welt
:alculated for a public stand as any other place
l'roni Hamburg to the Mountains. Persona
Nishingto purchase, can call and exanine for
If not previonsly disposed of. it.will be sold
o the highest bidder,.the first Monday in Octo
3er next, at Edgefieli. Court House.
.e DAVID HUFFMAN,
VILL bi4 Iod at Edgefild Codrt Hous
on the First .Monday in October next,
the tract of land on which the Poor Houe
now. stands, supposed to contain about three
iundaed act es, on twelve months credit.
S. BUTLER. (Thairman
.of the Board of Poor.
Sept. 3 .it -3
State of South Carblinia.
, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
Guardian of Declaration in,
Francis WV. Ferth, vs.- Foreign
E noch Byne. E lijah Attachment.
H net. j
Andrew Carson, :s. Declarationj in For
the same, i ieign Attach ment.
H E Plainti nIti above stated cases.
..having this ddy filed theji Declarations irn
iy Office, and the. Defer.dants having neither
o wife or Attorneys k r own to reside within the
imits of the State on whom a copy of the same
with .a role to plead can be iserved, "It-is.
lierefore. Ordered" that the Defendantuappear~
nud plead to the same within a year and a day
rom the day hereof,or final and absolute judg~.
nent w ill be awarded against them.
THOMAS G. BACON, c. c. c.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, 1845 ly 8
State of South Carohina.
DG EEFIE LD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PsLEAS.
Robert R Hunter,' Declar~ation in
P. H . Rooney. Attackuaent.
HE Plaintiff in the 'above stated case'
Rhaving this day filed thoir Declarations ir
ny Ofiice, and the Defenidant having no wife
ir Attorney known to reside wimnin the umits
if the State on whom a copy of the same wito,
rule to plead. can ce served; "It is therefore
)rdered' That the Defendantappear and pleend
o the Rme within a year and *a day fraom the
late hereof or final and absolutejudgment wilt~
>e awarded against him.
TIIHOMAS .G. BACON, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office,22d Nov. 1841.
Nov.27 44 ly ,
Eagle an.! Phdoix Motel.
1HE SubscrR~er respecfully asnoinees
to hid friends and the travelling public,
Jiat ha is now haviung the above splendid
house put in complete order, and will open
tunder the imnnediate direction of himelf
tad wife, on or abotit the first of September
text, at which time, he solicits from his friends
nd patrons, a continuance of at favors
tseurmng theni that their comfol ..will alwayJ
>e his study. WM. FRAZIEJL
Augusta, Ga., August 20 tf 30
the above businespopos i
usih the citizens of Edgefield village~a d
ts vicinity with beef, pork and rnuttain.
li~e subscribers pledge themselves to acn
inall fidelity in the above busineri, and
espectfully solicit a share of pubih pat
NICHOLAS & KENNERLY.
N.' B.-Our regular market days will
ie Tteedays, Thursdays and Sattirdays.
August 20 tr
,f"The friends of Col. Josys OQuATrL
mt announce him as a candh~ate for the
>fice of Tax Collectori at .te next else
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