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vet ad lrne o rale. in.belff
,'of tid.T rwecauseJiy Rev~' Z. Wat
k . hse mtutes 6fthipreceedingneettflng
ee read hetie followving delegates
dauti& orde iolled their ramee, viz.:
-.Roeky G SocieVy..L-Rev. Win.
itSocit.-Dr. R. T. Mims,
CnA .B.Addison andDanieA b
l Cie& T; 4Society.-Joht H ughes. Ca
e L r Sociey.-Rev. S. Wat
ktn nd p .tega- -
-e Socety 4H. Neal and
gidge' Socity.J.KE.Knese,J. W. As
bell nd-A .gWi sbelf
Noi,.R ~ cntc.-Sliiloe T. A. Society, Good
Hopw Sciety. Cold Spring Temper
anceShieet add Beach land W. T. Society
The-Presdent thetiilled on his Hon. J. B'
(Y-NealI, to.address ihe Society, which he did.
in an able; zealonc and eloquent ,nananer.
After.whicih, six signatures were added to the
Theo 9it then adjournedtill Christmas
H AMBUttG, October 9.
Coton..-Sine our notice of the market
this dayweek no material change has ta
kenpilace~u prces. Thereceipts have
been moderate arid the principal part sold
-from waggons as it came im at prices ran
ging,.from.5A to 7.-Tuesday evenings
mail put us inu.posession of Liverpool dates
.hY.t!e.Canibrta rto the 19th ut. what the
effect of these: accounts .will be on our
markeieas not* been fully developed, as
very'itife cottoa 6hange li hands yestei day,
6thit tfie will have a favorable tendercy,
we think there is no doubt; We quote or
linary to middling 5 to 6j middling fair
to fair 64- to 61 fully'fair to good fair 7 to
7A choic-7f 7 to 7.
Pratiitbns -Corn has a downward
tendency and will not readily command
over.62 to 65.' Corn meal is in demand
at 70 to 7.. Flour is plenty at $6 to 6,50.
OnThursday evening the 2nd instant. by
Elder W. P. 1ill. ELIu F. TEAGUE, MN. D.,
ef Lnurdos District, to Miss 5ARtr Axx. daugh
ter of Chesley and - Caroline -Wells, of Edge
On Thursday the- 9th instant. by the Rev.
John Trapp M1r. Jous MIL.R t4) Miss lAny,
daughter,of11r.Jushua Harris, till aif this Di6
O B I T U A E. Y,
Died, at his residence. Poverty I ill. at
one o'clock Monday morning the 6th i:st..
Capt. EDsUD J. 3li'LtLa. inl th 2711
year of his age; he has left a wife anl
child and a large circle of relatives and
friends tam.aourn their loss. Poor Ned.
as I loved best to call him; I knew him
wellk and if atia-honest.. heart a kind anld
generns-dispositinoe he ant r econrda
tin -he -ire paranioant to a It:
cao.1;. arod ly uger.
Aecetlj~cr !nal hjdr lautc r r _
near its diace, oil Thursday 'b- 0
September ~ast, Mr .Jacon WA ss,. a soul
dier of thme rev'obation,. aged 92 yezars.
51r. WVise volunteeredl his se'rvices in de-.
fence of his counatry at ant early period taf
the Revolutionary War. He participsatra
in thae battle of Stno, atnd adisttnnoished
himself in several of the many skirmish
Cs whichm took place in this State between
the Whig and Tories. His haousew
for a lung time0 the tendsezvoats of ihr
Whigs in this part of the Stsate. Afonemas
ty, humnanity atnd hosp itali 'ere the
leading traits in . e caracter tof Mr
W~ise; apd it ha een the frequent suab
ject of r amnongst~his arinhors,
that, hnever hsad atn enctmy throaughout
his lii sad eventful life, ile i'as borna
otn Pe'e~0ee River, in this State. but am.
igr4d witlh his father to his late residence'
i hlis District whiena hut seven y ears oaf
Re~v. Tuo3us HoLLuND. hy dlivinet per
mission will pre'achOctober 24h, ait Hig
Stephens' Creek, Eda'field Distract, S.
C. ; Saturdlay. at Bhethtay, Repnhlilean;
Suniday, 26th, at Red Hill; Mltmiay,
27th; atnd Antioch ; TIuasay. 28th, at
*Edi~e6eld C. H.; Wealtesahity. 29a16 at
Rocky Creek ; Th'urdlay, 30th. at Dry
Creek ; Fridamy, 31st. at Bethel ; Sataur
*day, Nov It,.at Clouil's Crteek ; Smunday,
2dfitSardis ; Monday, 3d, at Salemt ;
Tisday,4thtsat.Red Batik; Wednesdlay,
5th.btiod H ope ; 'Tahursday,. -6t6. at
Lile'Stephens' Creek; Frtday, 7alh, at
- Brethren of the ministry will please
publish- tliese- appointments in their res
- Y JOHN HILL, Esqutire. Ordinary of
hbereas, Silvesta Duton htatha applied tao
me for Letters of'Admuimnstration, oat all and
&ingulif the goods atnd chattels, rights antd
c~ritsof~lolhs tnntont.'of late oaf the District
a fo'resaid, decised, these ure therefore, to
citaeand'adm'onishr'alf and sinagular,- thte kin-.
4i'ed" and creditors oftsaid'deceatsed, to be and
lippear 'before me at, our next Omdintaty's
Court-for the said District, to be holdetn at
*Edgefield Couirt House, oat the 27th day uf
Qetober, inst. to .show csause, if any, wh'ly the
said admintistration should atom be granated.
Gkge:aumer'my hand atad seil. this the 13th
day Ofier, iilis year' of our Lord one
tilbusand -eight hlntdred and formy-five, tadi
ind h ilsyntietleyein of Atmerican indepen
- OHN- HILL, o. E. D.
*October1 -15 2r .. 38
T M-E Estate of Williamn 3. Simnkins being
DtIerelict; [shall proceed to sell at Edge
ield Court Hoeuse, tn Satt-day the 18tih day
of Ocetober riext, all thec persontal property oaf
said deceased, consistazg of Bousehold Furni
Lure, onag credit off six :motaths.
. , s. . JOI-N HJILL, o. .
KATIO N A L CIR C U S
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
ROBINSON -& LDAL).. MANAGERS.
T -I E Manngers respectfully announce to
the public, that they will open their
Spladid Entertainment at the following pla
At Lexington, on the 18th of October, 1845.
At Vatson's. (Ridge,) on the 20th"
At Edgefield C. H., 21st "4'
(OmFor one day only at each pIacc. with
a Company of Equestions of acknowled talents
and respectability, and unsurpassed in the Uni
ted States. The Managers therefore trust,
that by giving a
Variel, of Entertainments,
both amusing and instruciing. to merit and re
ceive that share of patronage bestowed en
them in most of the principal cities and towns
throughout the sonthein country. For purtici
lars see small bills.
Doors open at I o'clock. P. M-; performance
tocommetce at half past 1 o'clock precisely.
Admittance 50 cents-Children under 10
years of age hal fpaice.
Oct15 It 38
BETH.MAI/ S CSDEMY
r 1H E Trustees of Ilis Institution gives notice
I that they have secured the services of M R.
GEORGE GALPHIN, as Insirnctor for the
Classical Department, for the ensning year.
and that they will want a suitable Tecohr-r to
take charge of the English Department the
Application to be made to Abter l'errin,
Esq., Chairman of the Board of Trustees,
By order of the Board.
W. S. COTHRAN.
October15 4t 38
-- o NE or Two of the most desirrble
.@M Store Rooms in the village i Edge
field, suitable for Dry Goods, Merchant Tailor.
Grocery or Drug Stores. Possession given
immediately. M. FRAZILIR.
July 30 - tf 27
S t9lLi L Y altr me dissuiluitun u the
nitrn iii H. L Ji arFit.its & t o, I re
gluetled aJr S. H. Aitchen. (my iou'%:
keeptj r,) to n% rate i -.aaia 11 UV-a ttbiseit ala teI
inerton in ille Ci.urlestua papjers, .edvi
%iig ill) friitius utd the public, 1lun t I ateli
coittilUttu to triantact s Utneaul onindis
sion BIustnpss, on i) ottn accoutt ; it,
accurdtagi.) diai write, und lad amaueried bt.
fore I sa w it, the lotlhaawinig aniveritsement
I.i. L. J LFFILS, Conisisor ijo r
chant, i antibbig. &. C., atlil countintae% I0
receive n:nl ".a e rauta-., urcolnidte Cut
am. c ati sed . '-remfli1i; a-.:.n a unsa loni~a.
hu.-ntat entrut- 1 t hjan n iid bet a.
(Cn te id ti title a say, Aat J
-iuIiu bo .-ai.-t *. iJ Goan itit-taa I
t6Ul.um 1:ced, 110u Coll:11t i llsains Iu
turematse Ult Cotton was niewfined uni
talter the.Gard nas paiaiaj. Upo seat-.
trii a tet I expres~sed -aiitg grt. aint i
w s oontue,~ aaaa sendtaag o3n
Goatutn, or expaeepug orders tu dlo ao, I
thoughlit it o it ith]ly of l 'rther otaee tat
thbat a:naea.ttir '-ho'uld I aieema it tnecessar i
aaoni, lrtiilrade iu 't a di ertistmntt, were
it nEi, a hut I undltuta, ii hats beena maatie
use ad, bay aomie detninaig personas, for the
piurpouse oaf trylt to apraj udace naly I rateads
ira tit* catnntry, ragaaltat tate ras a Coiti!tais
sin .'ierchIanat ; A thereitfure feel at duae to
inav triends antd iase-l, ta give aibas exla
iataion, w iacli cuat be arubsiantiated tat arn)
a an ae.
I taike t hisopprtlunity of sayting, ilha I
amtit ely iade-penadenat ol thiose wi to a re
thaa tattemptjling toi iaju re tme, ats all m)~
:acts and alitngs tare opera and .above
board. Tou my itentas I Iteel graouned liar
the very habertal paatronuage heretulhre tie
stowedl ou tme, aind stall oaffer aay atari aees
to attend to bellrng, Ibioring or IShipiping
Coallon, Flour. ec., receivinag unad jorward
ing aMikcU~iuust.. Jonwurding Gooias,
tot ordler, wd to anay uttner busm-a .s that
maay be comuiaaaedai to a.) esre.
Whtile- by atadustry ;and unrcasirng alten
tion, I haope to maeina anad corntiatue to re
ceive rhiar parnage, I wv;tant at ontaly
withi the-jr cnaidenace. that i n ti itt the abets
oaf mty aility disenaarge ha- dutie ol ari.
Agenat., ni ilt prompit u* e anod fia.- lit,
*i i- arges shtall tie ala c tot all, ;ana a a
the lonieat posibl- rateCs. I tail n t a3 ns
to be latund at miy poasi, rady fur busin-~ ss,
at t he Corner of Cobb &- Centre Streels.
Octaober 8 2a 37
BOOT AND 5.OE
T1 IIE nuidersignted respaectfutlly informs htis
frtiiea ds, rand lie puablic~ at large, thtat hte
intendls esiablisthinag a Boot and4 Sho~e
Ston'e, iwith:na tiwo miles taf Mount Iyilling,
at Mr. MtsazcE's Host, whaere Ihe e-xpets a to
make work to oarder. such as Fine Bootrs and
Shoes ; good strong Negro Shoes, IVagaan Geers,
Bridles oaf every description, and will keep
Trimmings for Shoe Makers.
All his work is warranted.
Md. 1,. GEAlRTY.
October 8, 31 27
News Good! New Coods!!
H -lE Subscribei.tatkes this opportuntity oaf
C ctvinag rnotee tI'at thecy are nonw receivintg
their 8tock of Fall and finter Goods, wichje
wvilt embrace a choice selection of
Staple anud Fancy Goods,
HARDwARE,- CKERY, GitocufrEs. MIEDI
caras, STA ToNARnt aand 1cnooL. iiooaas,
HATs, CAPs, and SHoEts,
Anad a great vaieatyt of other articrles, which
thaey will sell low for cash, or on a credit to
- . G. L. & E. PENN.
IF AD QUAITER.
2aD tEG6R 'r( AVAtiT. Oct 1 1845
N Flection will h held on Saturday the
A4 15th Noveamber. for the offic f Major el
the First Squadron, Second Regiment Cavalry.
at the. differentit company parae groinds. -
Officerscommianding Companies will extend
the above orders to their respective Coampanien,
taking two subaltern officers to assist as Mun
On Monday following 'one Manaei fron1
enchj( cn.. panv will m'et at the Regimenta
Parade Grotin. count the votes. and make b
return to the Brigadier General.
By order of J. C. SMYLEY.
Colonel 2nd Rlegiment Cavalry.
Oct. 8 - 6 37
SECOND REGtE'T CAVALRY, Oct. 1.
A COURT MARTIAL will convene a
Edgefield Court House. on Monday the
Third or November next, for the trial of De
nulters of tile Edgefield Squndr -n of Cavalry
fromn the Regimental M uster at Longmire's or
the 19th of itly last.
The Court w'ill consist of
Capt. BRANaOX, Presidient.
Lieut. Glover, AMembers.
Lieut. Dean, Supernumeraries.
Licut. Yedell. Recorder.
By order of J C. S MYLEY,
Colonel 2nd Regiment Cavalry
Oct.8 4t 37
To Lumber Cutters.
Valuable Saw Mill Property
r 1(1 L Sobscribers offthr for sale, n tract 01
Land conataitning about three thotsand
one hundred Acres. (3100) known as the Bridge
Creek Tract. on the waters of Horse Creek,
about fourteen miles from Hamburg. and twc
and a half miles fron .\ken. It is thje only
tract on tle nadvignble waters of Horse Creek,
from which . .inber has not been cut. Witti
a bold, constant and equabile stream passing
through its cei. 2, o good Mill Semt wiribi
h'aif a anile of that parliion of Horse Creek,
which has bwen foar many vears open, and used
for rafl navigation, aeud withiti one and a hadl
miles of tite lini Road, ahis tiact offers siperio
inducoments to those who desire to enbark ir
Ilte lnmber business to atny in the State. For
further pat icnlars. apiplication may be made
aather to Wtlliaman Grega, of Charleston, or tr
J;ales Jontet tat Vantcilse. the atater of whom,
heintg near the land. will at any time show the
tract.to paersons wishilng io puirchast. Com.
ataameicntiotns ott the atnhject tnay he add ressed
to GIEG & JoNES.
Oct 8 .8 (So. Ca.: 4t
Live ry Stable.
T11 i-; Subscribaer
- iformI, hig frienlds
aid ith public ilat
tie has coim-n ..ea
the abive bsiness att thlte St:able tormtolly otc
rnpied by Olive, Siuptson. and immediately in
tihe rear of
whetcre he is prepatrd to keep htaorses ol
Livery.:a renstottl. prices. ii. Itats also. nmt.
IIle and cotvenient ot. faor the ncroommodtioan
OF DROVERN ""
tied will fatrmtach CORNanod other PRODurE
it 'the- l.oweta ianrket price.'M Ite lois ,-tgazi-e
tIhe services of comjaPetentt anaa experiiced IlImi.
tiers, atnd will ende~avor to give satisfiactiont to
,al t'ito may entil an htuna.
Hlamthtrg. Oct. 8 3t (1(eptub.) :1y
Chesnut arove Institute.
li N ti dlestrotas tof atomg al t nea gaod I entn.
itana short time' I tauve to sojomt at ''a ent Iht.
I propose. tat enlaarge any dt; aOUL to, a saze
sutfltaient to aemaploy may daanghater aand tmya.elf,
antd atfip atcttcale. to ftrmt it .iiALE anrd FE
\IALE lie atrtamentt. M laatite is io'atedaa
ita a very healtty paart tat the 1Dttrtct. (anear
Bloaa ainag cnn be 'rteatredl itt reapectable am,.
ilies at Tatirty Dultars a yenst, if walstittg ts
ntot daste. I Itave mtade tae terats ot Ptlinat
to satit thec amates, antd I eXpert thtey watt be
fiahnad tnch lower thtan thos ot anty atthtr
daehaol ot tthe kinad ina te Iistraca. 1'ntey atrae
turthogn~raptty, iteadinag tand WVriatng, $'10)
Thoasae wvith Artttthetc aund History, II.
Gramnr meaindead, 1s
tieogrtaphy itncluded, 13
Aatd with Natii Pitsophay antd ilthettic. 14
The Scholcasc Year. Tecn .Uonths.
.Aly systetn uf tae:ttalg as naeiw and alaogaelter
my otwn. I wautd tmvite thos~e whoi may thannk
of setadinag to lae, tao Vsit' aty ~oaoo and see
my mtethtod. T~o ahuse n to may daestre to in
gmtre ttallmy capatctty la- a Teatcher or thte ;trai
gress of myt dchaolars. i wol refer to aty hpat
raatns; atiso, to ttte hiatt. .*t. Burt, .Unaj. L. Itade.
peatdence Penrsoan aaf Haambutrg, Ur. Jonn
ileatra, Johnt Gaittrana. Easq . .taahtn Wideana,
Esq . attd M a Jamets WVaeant, aof thte desaor
Glass of tahe da onth Cariat College. Ail oh
thtesa getletme.t witha ata exaepaoa of tthe
lin aaaBurt. acted ats jd lgaas at am atmttianot
of mtl $Chtoal tan tngust last.
Fiteen, ar awenty schtolar s motare thtan i ow
have, wit mutk-- tay ~ahool latry tenough to
pait mty desgnt tatto axectuta.
A4ppcaona liar adasitgs tat tO mty Sachoaol tmtust
be mxtada by tha first of lieaember.
Cl H ItLES Al. 1%LoT. Teacherr.
Sep 24 :3t (Ab. uunner) ltb
Fe majie i a s , i ua1,e.
AT bstciAMtVtLLa. - A lL h OLUMBltA, b. U.
- aaldtes0 tis tnstanate a alt be resaum-a
d onthe 5t ctaber. (commetnacemenaa.
o! tte Academtiac year.)
Addttaonal aenga:.emaets havte beent entered
utpont with higaaiy comlpetetat riTnchears ina ala
partmemt aof Itnstrumaemaal atad Vocal Musatic:
also artaaneent for additiotial supply of~ ap
paracts, &c , in Philaotophtical atnd Chtemical
adt partmtetnts. Books tior Rteadrag-Rtoom, haave
baeen selected with espteciat reference to thte
conursa of eduatitont patrstted.
A pamlet lexhtihatintg atur couarse anad meth od
of Iustruacaiona, as also Termts of entrance, will
be senat to those desiring more ptarticular intfatr
mntember]ELIAS M ARKS, M. D).,
Oetme t (So. Ca.) 34 Pricipal.
*UST receava 25 ha.rreals tresh -NORtTH
0ElNLUt, und for sale lay
S1l3LEY & CRtAPON
Hamnbarg, July 23, 1845. tf 26.
(7"The friends iof SANPsoNt B. AMvs,
annoutnco him as a enn dadate lfor ate Office
of Tax Collector at tile next election.
Oct 30r. . .0
IH t'rustee s of the Abbeville Feile Ac
ademy bug Ieave to announce: to thie
public that. .;Jiais L. LsLEY liiDScon
entedto tkiie charge oF the Femalre chol in
Abbi'vlle VilniAge.;br the year 1846.
M rz Leskey ifas, 1r-the last :tei years beeni
engaged in the education of youth and long:
and lavorably knownin-, Abbeville District, as:
a competent-an - .. successful classical teacher.
His iepuiotln,4enpacityaid qualifnations as
an instructor,are too well ,lnown and ldmitted
:to require fromt us any.enco innum, to rePc(m
wend him to li cunfideisce und supao t of the
All-the usual hranches or an English educa
tionavill-be otagft; lso; the French, Latin'and
3reek languages, together with Philosophy,
Drawing, atbematies, Astrooiny.Chenisiry,
The dcbool ivil bM nudor the exclusive di
rection and control of Mr Lesly. rhe Scho
lastic Year to uiOlsist or ien'months, eonmen
eing the first Monday oif January next. -
G ood a6rd cheitp boarding may be had with
private ianilii'i tu ihe Village and its-vicinity:
Miss HARRISON,:whose superior talents
and qualifications as a Music Teacher, have
been- long known iiand appreciated in Abbe.
ville, will still conunne in charge ofrthe Music
. . . WARDL'A W.1
R. H. WARDLAW, 0
J. J.-WARDLAW, I -
T. C. PERRIN,
JAS. S. WILSON,
JAMES ALS ON.
Augnst 27 ti5J 32
J. J Howard,
AVING returned from the North, ieg
leave to state to his friends and the pub
lie, that lie is .now receiving a full and com
plete Stock of
G ROC E RIES, &c.,
CONSisTINO IN PART OF.TH FOLLOWULrG ARTI%
25 libdir. Sngar, (mostly stritly fine St. I
100'bags prime Rio Coffee, well flavored.
- A few bags superior Java Coiffee,
100 kegs Cut Nails, all sizes, do. Brads,
10.000 lbs. Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams,
150 choice Canvassed Sugar Cured Hatus,
.arraiited asuperior arntcle.
150 piecesBungging, 44 to 45 inch wide, all
150 coils 5 to fsinch Bale Rope.
500 lbs- best Twine.
70U sacks Salt.'
11 boxes 'Tobacco, all qualities, from com-c
. uon to the beat Hioney Dew.
500 lbs. Lead, 50 bags Shot. - I
50 bbis. Flour, Canal, Baltimore und
. Couintry, (all fresh ground.)
l,WU ls. Sole Leatier; do. Up.per
5UU lbs. Loal imgal.
Tea toi raddies and boxes.
15 tons Swedes frion, Caist Gierman and
u j is ifteel, Howmp lion.
I.z00 pairb heav-y majde negro Shoes, lude
of the best materials, bleu aid * a.
dUu iarge size Negro Blankiets; do. liuse
oimesic Uoods, Snirting and Sneeting. I
Unlicoes. togetner willi all-heavy Cotton
Pails, i ubs and Cans.
P"Upperlinger, and Spice.
ioolTonT das, with every article usuhily
kel in the business.
a snipply eel ColUN. equal to tihe demand.
He returnts his sincere inanks to his friends
and imie public, foar their former patsronuage,
aind-he now soheiits a continuance ol their ha.
Vors, as lie intenids to miake it- their interest'to
culh and trade with hint. Orders ihankfully re
cem:d, and lillud at i'ie lowcest rates of thac
uiaourg, s. U., Sept 17, 184. 35
L ne llanmtmnrg ltepiubbean. Gireenville Maonni
tamieer, anid r~dgeflield Advertiser, will copy to
roe amoaunt of ti5, and -urwai d'account to
SJ. J. HOWARD.
U. L. JiiFFE1IS.
General Agent and Connsssion
Mtercuaals. hanaburg. S. C.
' TILL 'ffers' his services to has fiienids and
uimeniabbic. aiid lie will devote his undivi.
dled attentionl to th.e
SI.LLING OF COT'rON A ND FLOUR,
i(ECiV:No Acu FOiawARDiNG GooDs.
Buying Gonds for Planters orL Malrchamnts, orj
attend to any. busintes that may be
commiued to his care.
lli* embraces this op)portmtnity of tendering d
his thanks to his Iriiends for their liberal patron- I
age heretofore bestowed, and biy iiidustry anid c,
close attention to businiess. he holpes to merit..h
anmd to continue to receive the s'ime. It shall he
his aimo to make all his charges as light as pos
sible knowing that it will he to his iinterest to
closely ebserve the interest of his friends.
Liberal nadvances will he made if required. on
prdc etto him for sale or store Cotton
senttohim by) Briats, wIll be received free of
wzharfjage. All produce sent to him lfor sale s
will be promptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
. inmmi s s i'a B us i nes s.
t I iNF UL to onr friends for the liberal
A. pun ondge liithea to reCeived, we respeCt
hilly solicit a c'onti 'uaice ofthe samie 6t1our old'
Vt here we will conitinne to Receire. Store and
Sell CoTroN and other PRoDUCE, Rceirc
AT hlOD:'.RATE CHARGES.
We will give ndivided attention to any bu
siness in our line, entrusted to our care, ex
cept the buying of .,otton. which we refuse to
go on either our own account or that of othiers,
believing ii difficult to piease ini the uniied ca
pacity of both buyer and seller.
Fro~ii the long exp rience of our senior
partner, aind by pirompt arid devoted attention
to all matters of business, confided to us, wea
hope to merit a share of public patronage.
WALKER & PEARSON.
Ham~barg.8. C., Sept 17 6m 35
-The Edgaefeld Advertiser. Abb. Banner, An
derson Gazette. Pendleton Messenger, anrd
Greeniville Aliounatainner, each, will copy the
above for six months.-Journal.
WThe friends oaf Col. JOHn QUATTLE
nuar anniountce him as a candidate for rho
omeie ofC Tax Collector, at the netlf elec
tion. July 1
O7'We are authorized to annousnce
M. GRAH~at. -Esq. as a candidate for
Ordinary of E~dgefielui District, at the
T HE Co rn
.lelweet J. A. GrahamrnG4ilery
Coope'r.in ma iufacdrininisa 4 i
iow -dissovd 'I'e.
hoY - tsotveu........ 4
The aliove business is boiined 1i6"W
ver by me. 6ho will execrte wiih :igat.
les' and fidelity any business it ni my 4
mnch as roofipg, guttering and- ihe inn6i
acturing.,of tin ware, - ....
Oct 1f I 6
Vatuable Lands fApr. N61e.
Acres of. tlie best ruality
of Land are herie offered
or sale. The said land lies oti the waters of
ilson and Ninety six Creeks, and will be
:old inon, twoor fotr tracts,.to suit'the .r
haser or purchtasers. On bie irhctihee is
in exdellent Whent aid Cork Mfill, in'the best
epair.- On another tract thereare 'good build.
ntgr. with anexcellent Store Hon.e and loca
ion for merchaidise. Asl desire to move.
vill veil the above lands at a low price for its
uality. . H. HILL;
: .VJRefer tol . R.- Spam-.,or to Col;
Christie, a. Edgefield Court House.
September24 f 35
HE Subscriber informs his friends and the
public, that- he ha. commenced the above
3lisiness. at -h*e Ware-House . formerly
ccupied by H. W. SULLIVAN. As lie will-de..
ote his whole time and attention to the. inter
st ofhis eustomers. lie hopes to tneritand re
eine a liberal patronage and support.
Hambnrg. Sept. 24 4r (.Journal) 36
FOREWARN all persons from itading for
I a Notr'of ha'nd given iy the subscriher' 10'
ohn Lewis for six hundred dollars ($6t0.) da
nd about the 18th or 19th of Angnst, and dien
at ofrJannary. 147. asithe- property for wbicli
aid Note was given having proved unsotind
am determined not to pay the same unless
ompelled by law.
September 17 - 4t. .34
-Bjroleg If to the Jail
F this Distitet, a negro.man who says his
name is ELIHU, and that he belongs to
Ir. William Davis, of Effinghatn county, Ga.,
ving within twenty-three miles of Savantuhili.
laid fellow is abonut five high, ight complex
)n. and betw~een 20 and 21 years of age.
io scars or marks perceivable. He sbys his
wner bonght him from a speculator.
The owner is reqnested to come forward.
rove property, pa-y charges and take him
way, or -he .wil be dealt with according to
w. C. H. GOODMAN, Jailor.
August. 27. tf 31'
Brought to the Jail.
)F this District, on the 27h ins' a gr0
nonu who says his nntne is HAR and
hat he belones to Mr. J. . Kinard,
if Newberry District, .Sai egro .is five
Vet 11 inches hilh,. an 'etiween 28 and
0 years of agd, and ery light complee
ed. He has an ' editnent in his speech,
ind a Wen W' t ie back part of his neck.
The o n'er is reqested to do'me for
vardi iraove property, pay charges aid
k'e bihi away, otha'ertise.le will be dealt
sathe law dii-ects.
C. . G DOOD.3AN, Jailor.
)etobe t1 t 36
R UN AWAY from the snbecriber.
ct. about the 1st of Mahy last, m ,
INegro Womnan HARRIET; aged'
nboat 30 years, yellow cotmplected;
5 feet high, and has when speakitng
a stoppege in her spieechi. mnd has a
scar on one cheek, eatused-hy the cnt
ia kife. Any person apprehending said
itegio, and lodging her in New berry or Edge
r-Id Jail, or delivering her to me two miles
orthi of NicNearry's Ferry, in Newheray Dis
'ict, shall'receivye the itbove reward.
September 17 3~ t34
State of South Catima,
Fancy Reynolds. A pplicant,
against Win. Reynolds, WV.
I~eynolrds, and others, Del'ts.
LT arippearing to my satisfetion, that John
I.Reynolds, one of the Defendants, resides
ithotut the limits of '.his State, it is thei-efore
rdered, that lie do appear atnd object to the
ivasion or sale of the Real Estate of Thtomas
leynold1s deceased, ore, or before the .ixthm day
f October next, or his consent to the same will
e enitered of record.
JOhIN H IL L, c. E. D.
July 2 12t 23
To the .Ptblic.
[have seen an advertisement Over the
signature of James WVilso(n, ol'er. 'nis.
rrvices to the publIic as A Iump Maker.
low to prevent 'a:;y misunderstanding or
tnount!.;g of our names,- I would only
'wy, that 'he undersigned is the OLD
PUMP MIAKE R. who lhas bien at
he business some tetn on twelve years, and
fers his services in that line to his oldI
riends andI patrons upon liberal termns.
-Io will put in Pumn pa at 31* cents per foot.
A bbeville C. HI.. Sept. 10, 1845.
N. B.-Any personse wishiig th com-~
nunicate with mie on businessi will dii-ect
heir letters to Waterfoo' P. O.; Luorens
September'17 6t (Banner) 34
Eagle anii Phenia Hotel.
HE Subscriber respectfully annonicas
to hiis friends and the travelling public.
hat h6 is now having'the .above splendid
-Iouse pitt in complete order, and will open
tunder the imamediate direction of himself
rd wife, on or about the- first of September
ext, at which time, he solicits from his friends
nd patrons, a contignance of past favors
siurmng them that tneir comfort wvill always
e his ettidy. WI!. FRAZIER..
Augnsta, Ga., Auguist20 tf . s.30
(7cThe friends of Maj. S. C. Sco*,
onounce him as atcandidate for Tax
)ollector at the ensuing election.
Nov O.6.i- 41.
(7We. ntre authorized to annoine
azvi R.. WrJLO!%, as a candidate for the
)filce of Taxt,Colleeior, at ther next eetio
A e e1 earso.
ling iin wl8Mil5
any Office, d th4e efd'a1s ha dud 14
no wife orAttorneys knownto esi
'1inits of the State on whom aoro:i t n
with a role to plend::can be serv d' -cil A
therefade,9rdered' Ahat the'Difendeatapp"I
and plead to the sa'retwithin a ya idaa
from the d4r hereof,ial dn ejdk
ment will b awar against thIel.
-THOMAS&& ,AOON cc7 c
Clerk's Office, Maril1tf1845- I
tate ofr Soilth -
EDGE PIEI:D DJSTRICT"
IY- THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benj. F. Liandrum-bdaer, 7DeafW
Richard Allen. Attachere'n
HE Plaintiffs in the abov4 satedd e'
Ihaving this dy ffild his Declarati oniiy
Office.and the Derecndanat Il'va j o' fe"or
attorney.. known:to reside-, wii tIhnli-1
tre State. on whom a copf ofth6 same it
rule to plead can be served. m i''r.ti,,er -
dered, thtt he: ajpears and pled' 1 a. e
within one year and a day frnrthda
or final anl absoltejudgment willba
THOMAS-G. BAC6' c
Clerk's Office21st No'v. 1844
.ov. 2 44
Seaborn A. Jones. DedaratWin
Vs. in. kDign
Enoch i jne. - Atachment
CH E Plaintifr having this d? filed ht dosid
claration in my office, an the defendanad '
haviig'no wire or.attorney, known tobe-Wiithin
the State, on wh ocopy of the-snm with -
rufi to plead, canle ierved: It is ordered, that'
the diefendatit plead to the said declaratio.
witli'n a year nad d day, or final.and absols~t4'
udgemneut will be given against'him..-.
.la s THOS. G. IACON, e .
Ciek's Office. 17thl March, 1845. ly .
State of South' Cai-olin a i
IN COMMON 'P]E
Davis .B 1 Idley,
Joseph i. Perry. -
Attachment . i
Joseph 1. erry.
HE atiff6 in the.above caVeq Iavinl' ....
is nd ed their declarations yo
fic nd the efendants h'angaaeter ires
r Attorneys knowna to rei'de within.thie himit
of the State, on whoam a' copy of said deciern
tions, with a rdle to plend can beseredis .
therefore ordered, that the said'De fedants do .0
appear and plead to the said declarat Is~ aithiim ' !5
a year and a day froim: the datc he'rf,-or fin
default thereof final and absolutojudment tvil-. - *..
be awarded a ainst them.
s HOS. G.BACON, c. 'd.
Clerk's Office, May.12,1845
May 14 Ty 16
State of South ingin
IN TH E COMMONL S ' 7 '
John. B.Gorden )
-e '; -Pachreny
Joseph Mi.Perry. ..
Alex. J. Lawton. *
vs. ttadi rient. .
Jo~seph M. Perry: ;ai
H1 is Plainitiff's haintis f.e
Lthaeir Declarations'in t abtove stied
cases in my offici. Ii is tiherefrr, Order'ed
that the Defendant do appear'and pf6ea to - :
the said Declarations withine u'dar ainda
day from the date hereof, ori'n defaillt "~
thereof final and absolute judgnments will
be given and nwarded against 'Ihe said
Defenadant 'a:hboth the above' stated eases.
TH OSG'.1IA ON, ccd.
Clerk's Ofliece, 28th April, 1845.
A'pril 3014. 1y
EDGSFIELD DISTRICT.. '
iN THE.COMMON PLEAS.
Nancy MI..Dillai-d, Execuzix. vs.) Dec'n .in
Enoch Bfnie, Harmnon Hiusi. For. At
.and Wm.-H. Bynec. :chmintg
pHE Plainily'inthie above stated euses b'v - -
king this day filed her declaration inj may i
office, and the defentdanats having iaeitheriwives
or attornteys known to be within the liiiso'this ' '~.~.''
State; aop whom a copy of said declarations
wit a uleto lead cun be served : It is there.
fore ordered. that te said defendantis d'o.plead -
to the said declarations, within a :year' and'
day from 'te lblioation of this order~or fine
t~nu absoiute judgnienot will be awardedagsas -T
them, * * . ~
*T HOMAS G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oflice, 17th March 1845 ly 2 **
Statedof South Cai'ohnxa4
F.DGEF]ED DISTRIC' -,
I N CO MMON PL E~ AS
Job Grishamn ~
A ~ W, ggins,
Ei.liaByne. abv'caehan6- -
tI his d afiled their declarations in ny-ot.
fice, andihe crfeadanthaviang awile orAttor- ,..
nzey knowniito reside withift thie himitsof the- '
State, on whomr a cogy. o-fTsaid edeclarations ,
with a rule to plead can be served: Itithere- '~
fore otdered, that the' said Defbudants ~does
appear and-p.lesd~to 1,he said declar~ations.ua''~
year and a day. from .the date hereof,"or fial' >
and absolute ' udgment will be awarded sgainst"~
himib'y defauk - .A 1 c
let k'sa Ofilee,-Mity 1:4,1845. ly 16 .
State of South Caroliwaa
EDGEFIEL~ DISTRCT0 4
s : ,:. Foepgu &~*~
Jam es HI..Warason."j" st'-*i
the samie..,, - -:7ia
THE Pliltaft e a-v lte~a a
ithsdhldal ii&si ~
office anid thedsfeua,.isni *.5 j at
State.'ori vlbm'toopy.6'ii esltli
with a-rirle-toaplend can-be setaveddi It i
bora ordered. that the atid defendathtstioeed
thema.~ *THOS~ G B~t N ,
C ltrli' 06.