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I])GEFIELD C. H.
W61iiiDAYThj',Dk.Cgm3 3. 1845.
- e onsm'Ic'S WAsut
igty will meet on..Motiday
ein re -Y
T ii n Tell are invited to at
i bcomes otr painfui duty
tost~ fiott -afterdiaylight on Saturday
atirek out iu the dwelling
hn oed4ikFrapeP H. 'r;ilaw, -Esq , or this
pla dde~dedit to the ground. We learn
tb .fie-wa- first seen issuing frotn
thP4tadt izi etended frew' there to the
dhamberibelo.. A cornsiderable, portion of
rhgfbrnitTwas5saved. By the prompt ex
qrt of, th fire cotnpanay. and otliers, who
abo nter ri disadvaones from the
diitnceA oviwater, .all tle out buildings were
resendd froin the. flamnes. The. loss of Mr.
I~dlaW'kis iated at abouit3,500 dollars.
tb .muppbsodt)be tie refsuit of acci
nre it is believed, was
'biT8WrinWethe garret, and ignited som ething
' Jon4loi C. Calhoun was on the 20th
uliae1 by the islature U S. Senator,
iito vacancy .occasrined by the resigna.
ion th.Hin. Daniel E. Huger.
0,wb~ lsfitf de -ClariosaphiC Society.
Mrj'Georg'W, Landritu, or Edgefield, and a
etai&t ofthe Sut'.Carolina College, was
Apporirted to deliver t:e Valedictory Oration
b-fvre the Clariosnphic Society. in the Col
.4ge Chaiel, on Frijayevening last.
(riter of t'te C.ri mphic and Euphradlr n
scietes.-Edwifn De Aoan, of Savannah. and
Me.ently. of Coluinhia, was appointed to de
liver .the Autial Oration beliore the Claio'
sophiic and Esplindiatn Societies of tie South
a r'olina College. on the 2nd inst.
are Arriculirtl Sociely.-The Hon. Joel
. .ointt was elected to deliver the Anmal
Address hoforetle State Agricultural Soriety,
I ,hicif msenbled on Thursday evetrig last, at
ourcaer. last, the weather
ai f.tve much colder. -and winter has laid
. W vxW bad chilly winds- ndI.1ce n abun
artited tr learr Traylor, Burouo.
- Pope aisoin, Hollant and Banskett. for
several ec-pies'-of tie Governor's l1essag,- and
Sail Journtals of nr Legislature.
.RFS[GNATION OF JUDGE HUGER.
-Governor Aiken has communicated to the
- egislaitre. tle resignation of the Hot. Dan
iel E. 11anger, one of the United States Seia
tors fron South Carolina. The resignation
has beent accepted. an't dounbtless Mr. Calhonn
K-tilltsupply his 'place.lin compdian).e with tihe
eaiest desire of our. State atnd the D~enernt
tC party 'throughout tire Uinion. The resigun
tio' or d y (Itgernt histimaerefleeis; great
C'arolind, wh'lom he has server1 sal faithfully arid
obly, to anm advancedl periud of life. It is
-<welliowtn, that lhe 'has for somera tiore .past,
imenqlite desironi~ of. r9tiring~ frotif the publhc
sirvce, arid only renired in it, at te ansions
visht of is numerous friends. The raresenit
.j.pportutdty of retiring. hecing a fiavorrale one,
ehas maagnanimotusly tenrdered bis e oiruuss
* .fOf Senator, to thme State. n blich bestowed
~imnuuin. May his, last days be hais best.
~~-endmay the recollection of a .well spent life
heer him itn his passage .td the tomib! Ta.
afft a mati, -we may apply the words or a
.?ret Latin writer:
-Nilcoscie sibi, nulla pallb scere culpa."
Y, e bayo 'received thre first number of the
Laurensille Weelihy Hlerald," a papd -" de
tedto Literature, Agriculture, maarkets and
nerah ititelligence-neuitral int politics and
;'.eligio.' The inaugural of thre editor is
carefully wvritten, amid doubtless, this paper wtil
f o be Iaseful irnd initeresting to its pat.
rs.ijiscoducted by N.-V, Baily, M. D.,
itis published at Lauretns C. H., at $2 50 per
t nnm, in advance.
Tasiana Ciongressiona~l Election-For the
Ttli~ Congressional D istrict of Louisiana,
-laely. represented by, General Dawsotn, de
'ceased3 a new election was' ordered. anid rte
"~eimiktas the choice of tire H-on. John H.
'J!tioid~tonr. the Deinocratic eandidate.
Jfinlcaic congressionual Noinionlbf.-In
korgia, Geo. M. Towns, Esq. has been now
edj~ a'stha Democratic candidate, to fil the
aZ~Y" Voersionod by the resignation of the
> ~nton Poe.
DI/it of Nembers of Congress.-The
?juril Tnnesaee papers of the 14th ult.,
u 2 anoune the death of thre Hon. Joel H. Pey
i puone of the Representativel in Congress
J~~ . y P:- Maxwell, ant ex-member
a o f respcs froin New Iersey~died recently.
Moten(Columbia) Chronicle says
e~~~ltC candidates for the Gov
s&@i~~jhfau loyious band of
~ Capada.-it is report
~ u~dsined the offied of
Proscription by the Abolitionists.-T he Rev.
W. LAhoni .as been' suspended7from the m-in
istry, bjthe. Synod of Cincinnati, (New
School) on account of his views of slavery, in
a pamphlet, .mi which he defends the institution
by argument chosen from scripture.
Zoological Exhibition.--Whlo's going to the
show ? Our readers are referred to tie adver
tisement of Messrs. Raymond and Waring,
in to-day's paper. It will be seen that these
gentlemen propose on Saturday next. to ex
hibit at this place a considerable number of
wild animals, of a rare and inteesting char
aeter Judging. from the beanitiful display
made upon paper, we would suppose that tlhe
sight of their menagerie will be a fine show.
We think that it will be sufiriently intenesting
for the bipeds to patronize it. We inderstand,
that not the slightest danger will be incurred,
in attending tine exhibiion of animals. as they
dre well secured in cages.
MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR AIKEN.
The Message of Governor Aiken, which
we publish to-day, excludes tunch matter of a
miscellaneous character. This is a sensible
and well written paper; and contains many
useful 'suggestions. It recdmmends several
important matters for the consideration of the
Legislature. We are pleased to learn from
the message, of the favorable conditioi of the
finances of tie State, and the high credit which
sine maintains at home and abroad. This
shonld be a maller of great gratification to us,
and should nake us prnnd of onr State. In
reference to the Military Department the Mles
sage says. that it is iii excellennt condition.
- No militia can excel that of this State. in the
zcal with which their duties are linfilled, or the
skiil and ability which characterizes its affinrs."
His Excellency makes some rood remarks ob
the subject (if education. He speaks of tie
South Carolina College, and of' the primary
schools He recommends the appointment of
a'superinmendent of education, whose first du
ty shall be, to devote the coming year to the
careful examuinatin of tie state of education
in South Carolina, and to suggest improve
ments. In noticing the physical resources of
dhe State his Excellency says that Agricultnre
d, serves the first considerati'on. He recom
mends a continnance of the geological survey
of the State, and the improvenent of the
turnpikes and other roads of the State; and the
rnver navigation, in order to connect the nipper
produetive Districts with the.market to" ns
His Excellencytinnks that tie provisions of
the law passed in 1826, by which tie State
pledged herself to subscribe a certain amnunt
towards tie conpletion of turnpikes on eer
tain conditions. uig ht well be extenided to
tail roads. He recomnnends dinat the debt due
to the Rail Road Company, for a lonn to the
South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Con
pany. be extennded to the Charlestin Rail Road
Company In alluding to the protesl of the
Massichusett' Legislature against'. thi counrs
pursued by oinr Legislatu're. in the memornhie
case of. Mr. Hoar, the agent on behanlf of th"
colored citizens of Massahusetts. Goy. A
vindicates.the proceeidings of-our Slate. Ob
the sthject of the Tariff. his Excellency injb
that ie cannot report any relaxation' i' ihin
Legislation of the Federal Government, 'or
tine protection or domestic manufactures. h-e
speaks in a spirited manner as becomes lim.
but recommends forbearance for the' presEint.
He says, " It would nnder any circnnistat
ces be but justice to a new administration, to
await the developerment of its conree and pol
icy; d pudennce and justice to ouselves,
not less urgently recommnend present forbear
ance, from anay action whnich might embarrass
tine Federal efliorts for tine just redunction of
denties tothne revennie standatn d."
We regret thamt our lim ins will not pemit'nus
no notice all thne topics emnbraced in tihe Mes.
sage mone parnticnnlanly. We cotumend' thnis
important papier to tine careful pecrusal of ouar
Exrtract from a Letter wTitten 13y a genthns a?. is
Columnbia. tothne Editor, dated
Con.onanu. Nov. 20.
Tine Board of Trunstees nnet on las~t Wedanes
day nighnt, and atppointed a Cnnhmittee in) in!
qnuire ito tine affairs of thne talleg3. 1r i
probablle, thnat Dr. Lielher will be turned onut,
anad possibly Dr. Ellett. The Trnustees hae
refnnsed to let Mr. Trhdnn*ell go to Battinmore.
as six monthns previonsa Inftce .6f resignation.
are teeglired. It is suppnlosed, tinat he will re
main here as the Chnurchn of whninh he wats
elected Pastonr, cannnot probably tWait upon
hinm. I learned, that non yesterday. ihe Le
gislatnnre elected Mr. Calhnoun tno tine United
States Senate. Thne Trustees have tunrnaa 5nnt
Dr. Henry, tine Pnesident of the College and
,placed Col. . .C. Preston in in place.
Notwithstandiang all tine talk and writang
about tine 'ollege, thnere is a gain of some two
or thnree students. and somne more are expecned
to enter after commencemnent. On last Wed.
nesday, thne corrlir stonne of a new Episcopal
Chunrch, wnas laid with due solemnity.
HialtUt(O, Nov. 26.
Cot ton .-ln reviewing the market.
since our last publication, we have to
remark, that (luring the latter part of the
last week, end early part of the present,
there wans an goodl demannd for Cotton, all
that was offered meetitng ready sale at
prices ranging from 5j no 7 cennts. By
last nightl's mail we hanve Liverpool
dates to the 4th ist., which 'are considered
unfalvorabnle, and will, no donubt, cause
some decline in our prices. but to whnat
extent we are utnable to~ say, as no Iran
sactions, of any mnomenl, have taken piece
to-day, we therefore omiit quotan ins.
The receipts of Cd~tton for the past week.
has been no a fair amnount, by wagons ;
by boats very little has been received, the
river being too lor for them no run.
On Thursday evening, the 27th ult., by
the Rev. .1. M. Chiles, Mr.. B. F. Strom
to Miss Caroline second daughter of Silas
Lanier, Esqr. all of thnis Distaicr.
Whnat bappiness the married life imparts.
Whern'associated with pure cornity of
The umgrried of every rd55-on and clime,
ShonJd:quiekdy yieW to 19styge so hiappy,
RAYMOND & WARINGS
II E.N A. EA1
T HE Proprietors respectfully inform the
citizens of Edgefield and its viciifty, that
their extensive collerjion d -
LIVINO WILb -ANIMALS,
will be exhibited at Edgefield C. House, on
Santrday. December 61h.
.Doors open from I to 4 o'clock Admit.
tance reduced to 40 cents. Children under tent
years or age and seivants half price.
Duringt the hours of exhibition the. celebra..
ted W. A. Dnbose will appear in sPome of the
most beautiful scenes, and among other inter
esting performnances, will larness and drive
a luge NuaDiAN LION. On the entiance of
this Men'aarie into Edgefield, two large Eld
phunts wiibhe hareessed to the land car, and
precede the whole retinue of Horses, Wagons,
rc., to the place of exhibition.
For particulars see large bills posted at the
J. E RAYMOND, Managet
(7Tbe above will be exhibited at Sleepy
Creek. near the House of James Dorn, on
Friday, Dec. 5th. I
Dec.3 It 45
Edgefield Academy, Nov. 30.
A STRACT fron the Merit Roll, exhibi
ting the grade of Scholarship of such as
obtained the premuiiini an n the close of the Ac
ademic year. Tweni six pupils haivitig- fal
len short of the 300 points. necessary to the
attuinment of a prenioim their imes awd the
nut'nber or points obinined by them are mao
published for this year At the close of the
next year,the imes not only to 'he successfei
but the untiecessfiil competitors. together with
the nute. ar of ioints they obtained will he in
serted in the Edgefield Ahvertiser.
. The, Merit Roll is kepa ins a manner similar
totat of the. Vest Point Aceademy, and ex.
libits pretty nearly iiie relative grade of the
James U. Bicon ('60 --oints, eutitled him to
Erasmus Youngblood. 573 pointis.
Ueivis W Younalood. 547 do
C. Hinclhliff Goodwin 530 do
,ToJepfi LNtler. 454 do
Joh'n 4y; 407 do.
E. Clark Si'mkins. 395 dfi.
J. [Hanlden Brooks, 373 do.
JMin Rikhardson, 66 do.
Benjamin ii. Ryau 365 do.
Wishirgtonl Lipscomub,354 do.
Johnit C Simakins, .353 do.
Joseph 11. Terry. 352. do.
Henary.M. Yitng. 350 do.
IRobert I . 1l ims. 315 dr.
N. B. The lowe-t and least nmnber lbtai ted
is fifteen points, anod .incratsin-r gradtially to
H .K. McCLINTOCK, Princial.
Dec.,3 .. 45
DRY OODSaDRY GOODS!
W i 1ULD respectrully inform the citizens
,If Fdgefield and its vicinity. that they
have rec-astly,upened a very general assort
ment of N * Dry Goods. It -lie old
stand ot Fnizava & jt)isos's. (Corner near
the Court House.) which they will dispose of
at Augusta Prices, for Cash.
Their Stock consits in part of the following
White and Red Flannels ;
hiJ 4 and 12 4 Bed Biankets; 8.4 and 9-4
$ lack an~d Colored Casimewres, Sattineits
Kentncky Jeans, Ashlanad Jeans & Twveeds
Forant Cloth and Double Width Tweeds.
Ibi- Sack Coats;
Negro Kersey- and l.indseys.
Cuashmeres. Monislain 1)'Laines andtAfl'gane
b'lored Figured Parissianus; Do. Striped
Alpaccas; Bilack Alpaccuas; Do. Boma
Dress Calicoes; Faraiture Chaintz: Do. do.
Dimity ; Camabiic, Do.
Black W'atered Siaks; Colored Figured
Silks ; Colored .'v atered Orienatals.
Jacont-t. Naiaasooha, unll, Swiss aid Book
Irish l.inaenanid Lonie Lawns
Bird Eye Diapers.
Corded anti Maralies Skirt-.
Black tand Colored Scratch Gngheamt.s
Blleatched and Brown Cotton Jeaus.
3.4 anid 7-8 Best Be~d Tick.
Getorgia Nankeenas aiad 4 'ol'd Cambrics
Striped Omnaburaags, for Negro Clothitng...
Slate Colored, Mixed and White Cotton
White tand Black ~ilk Staackingsand tiloves.
Ladhes' and Geaitlemaen's White, Black &
Colored Kid Gloves.' )
L. C. Handkerchiets, froma 25 cetsto $
Large Size Silk Shawls. Woolen, Do.
Black italiana anid Fancay Col'd Cravats.
Cravat Stocks. Stacks and Collars.
Silk Pocket Hanedkrrchifs.
Blue H-omaesptnns and Browe Hollands.
Merino and Cotton Uunder 5hirts; Stetck
Needles. Spool. Cotton, Flax TIhread. PeitrI,
Lasting aned Horn Buttonas, Tapes. -
Dalil Cord, &c. &c.
. - .LSO
One Case Heavy Negro Shoes.
Ladies' White aeed L'ht. Ctel'd Kid Slippers
A fine article oef Chr.:oing To'adeco.
at " '' Shoe Blacking.
Pea Knaives ad Scissors.
A few flair TJrunaks.
.IJTYN. B. Any article to our line which we
4ve not on hand, 'till he ordered from Angar~
ta, and received by tire flrst opportunity.
Dec. $I 4t 45 -
T H E Commissioners of'the Poor for Edge.
fi'eld Dister, have Resolved..-te pay out
no more peansions, except in the *noattxr
treme cases. Therefore all persons wish
-ing to receive any assistance from the
Board,-will have to apply.. hy petitiorito
them at their next meeting . at Edgefield
Court House, ontthe first Monday in ,Jan.
uary next, either for adinission 0o the-Poor
Hcusef br a continuanace or peusion- as
te;case my jut
.Published by orderof 'th .Board.
* .. V~NOHK I ET. Clerk
Dec. 3 . 5t 45
Administrator's- ale. -
B Y perrmissiOn from .John Hill. Esq
- '-Ordinary fEdi-Iield.Di6iict, we
willPgriceed tolijuna Ih0Bth .December
inisin'ar*the Plat6e-esidence of. Gi I?
Williarms, deceased [all of the Personal
proper4ylofSiidl.state. consisting in pirt
Fifteen Likely Negroes.
Five headdf"HOrses.' foor Mules, thirty
head o'UittkeeH6g atnd Sheep, one OI
Cart aid a fine yblhiant Oxeb, Corn..Fod
der. oIe g boeJersey wagon. one
fou r.hre 0a r ubehold and .Kitch'
en Fnrnithre -laleksiiih and Plantatiou
Toolsa, antiou'articles mo tedious to
Terms.-Alf sums under-66 enah; all
utims over. that Amount, on -a credit of
twelve thonis obtes wish-two Rapproved
Becurities will be required, The property
not to acia'g h -dn or be reuhoved until
the rernisfdSaire complied with.
.N T HkNIEfBURTON, Adimn'r.
'ee1l - 45
W ILL -hisold zr..Puhlic Sale at
Edgefield Court- House- on the
t MondaviJan.. next -on a credit of
iwelv. ntntbe--one..negr w.oman .named
Millef atud-boychild Elmore, the.property
of EkeDobyr decesed,. Nrchaserston
give Bond andaoapproved Securites to
J.-B.-Ry a-nd Reuben Cooper.
The.bow 'propertysoli-Ly consent of
Partias" -e -~ e .
Dec. 3 1845 45
S.FLLIGOFI? AT 00ST.
Subscribers having determined
to a.sige their Busines will nIow
Sel iremainriock of Goods at
BUNID& BUTL ER.
Dpc ' 45
* )N'$ GRA E-"&c.
K ENIZCK & THEAYI.: hive just re
ceivei nd offer fdr- sale. it ihe lowest
60 af:linle'.aifathd qarter boxe s new Crop
0-0 ihlmas new-crop Ftas.
10 Kega - GRAPEs.
- 1.000 bs. Sorl Shelled ALMONDS
-.!0, Zae 'RRANTs.,
b es Genna CiTRON.
* ... -a ~ALS.0
A large sitatkof CADiNes and CoWMcrtoNi
aR.9rant. Lemois; Nutmeg.A. Gloves, Cin
6innot;'.?% together with a choice assortment
of i1dCToidia1st and .Liquors. tof every. de
scriptiun-.rVPersons visitinv- H amburg are
reqnestcd to::alt lnd examine for themselves.
Ordrt fremithe cuunitry promptly atiended
lnamhure Dec3 3t 45
-AtRll ES.. .alf and quarter
1 barrel.Macksrd, Noe. 1. 2 & 3,
20 KittitNo., - Mackerel.
2 BblA No. . Salnon.
-10 hnice new cropi New Orleans
To.' ether wiftheakost every. article:wanted for
Fanmdyiigs'samtaking the -best- assortment of
atityf# IOrries ever-offered-- for-sale in ;this
fmrket,- ,t'jhey.wiliell at the lowAat
Hanbuirg.'Dec. 3 - 3: 45
-ST or Stolen froan the sibgeriber aol the
. night of the 2th of Noemlher. one.sinall
POCKET BOOK, co'ntaininr fifty four doi.
lars in cash-one twenty dollar bill on the
Bank of Hamburig. two ten dollar bills on the
August Bank, two five dollar bills on the
Hamburg Bawnk. and, nbont fWir dollars in
chian.ge. Also the receipts of eleven bales of
Cotton, stored in B. E!liott's Ware Hoatse.
Hambuarg. One neote on' J. W. Cochran, due
the 25th of .December, 1845, for 09. mae
payable to Stephen 8talatker or bearer. Two
notes i Simon Wood.-one for 27, and one
for $7 68 cents Onteanote on Talbert Cheat.
ham for $6 Also, one note ont the subscribr
for $15368 centi, drawn in favor of L- G.
Holloway. dated Nov. 25th. 18.45, drawan 12
monthrslfer da'e. The puhhec are forew~arned
from trading for any ol the above notes or
cotton .eceipts, as I believe th: thieif in tends to
turn-theomanto money .
A riward oif Tetn Dollare will be given to
any person who will lend to thtey discovery uo
the above Pocket Book
Dec.3 - 3t 4
S ROM the- subscriber sbanaz
'jf 1 the firs' of November last.
Shis negro fellow, WILL. Said
- I nwgro is about.8vie feet high, amit
~/'twenty -two or twenty -thbree years
of age. -He stoops a little. and
hoth his feer turns out when. walking.
He has e -large mnouth, -high cheek bones,
and a .heatiful set of- teeth. He has a
scar on his lhrahead. and1 one otn one of his
nms resembling the Ggure of sevent, also
oneO onr the left part of his color bone.
A trv. ; information. -respecting said ntegro
will be thankfully received, and all rea
sonable expenses paid,.if delivered at the
subrcriber's plantatiod riear Mount Wil
- - - JACOII POWE.
Dec.I1845 .. if 45
Jos -n i. dried, deceased. aeo
this District...ate requested to comte for
ward-god niake iminedidite pas mnent, and
all havingany demands against said es
tate aferiiso regqiested-to press'hi them as
the la*-diretta.. -dmtr
- DM.'1.845 2 . 45
SSTRAYED or.. Stoletn fruot my
1.wiaggon near Hamburg on Tue'sday
the 25ahof November, a brown hay mare
Made about 15 hands high, 6 or 7 years
old. - -
e .a. F. BE"TIS.
Attention Bi idge Iblilders.!
UHE building ol a-Bridge across Tuarkey,
-reg(knowsaa- atiiham'j Bridge.)
wilt~belog thegoweat -id'detr, on Soturday
t hhday of Deceinbe~-est, at that-place,
praelealt 1'cldek' -
Tdimts tifade-kntown on i te day of letting.
Bfode f h:Bsr
The -tate. of South Carolin,
BY JOHN HILL, E'quire. Ordinary
of Edgeffield District.
Whereas, Erasmus McDaniel.hath ap
plied to me for Letters of.Administration
onall and itigular, the good and chatiles,
rights and -credits of J; E. McDaniellato -of
the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore. td cite and add
monish all.and singular, the kindred and
creditors of the said deceased, to he and
appear before rnu, at our next Ordinary's
Couit to he holdein at Edgefield Court
-House on ihe 15th day of Deceuiber inst.
fo'show cause; if any. .wiry the said ad
ministration should not be aranted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd
day of Deceuiber in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and forty five
nnd in the .Seeotietlh year of American
.JOHN HILL, o. E. F.
De2e. - 45
2,500 Blisheb CorH.
1L LL'e sold at ihe subsciiber's Tur
,key Creek Plaritation, nine miles
North of Edgefield Court Hoise, on the
second Monday in December (8th) next,
2,500 BUSHELS OP CORN,
A large t.uanly of good Fodder, Cow
-Food. one or two Rond Waggous and
Gear, one Ox Cart and . Oxen, several
good Work Horse and Mules, Stock of
Cattle, among which a-e tome excellent
Milch Cows, Seeep. Stuck, Hogs and
FIFTY FA ' HOGS,
Plantation. and Blacksmith Tools, and
numerous.other articles too tedious to men
tion, all.of which will he sold on a Credit.
The length of time specified ot the day
To hire. priVatly, for the eniuing year,
Twenty or Twentyive likely young Ne
groes,. the, most 1T1heti excellent Field
Hands. Persons wishing to hire, can do
so by applying, to the subscriber at the
. JOHN R. WEVER.
Nov. 2G 2t 44
BY pernmission of Jo.hn Hill, Esquire,
Ordinary, of Edge~eld District, will be
sold at. the late ,esidence of John An
derson, deceaqed, on Monday the 15th of
Decenhkr neki, ill the pefoonal prop,-rty
of .'aid estate, consislin .
53 LIAKELf NE GROE$.
Hlorses and Mules, 2 Yoke ot Oxen and
Curt, Cattle, Fat Biogs, Stock -Hogs,
Sheep, Cotton Seea -
40 BA LE S C 'PTUN,
2000 BUSHELS CORN,
1'odder, Seed Oits, Aye, 2 Roail Wa4
guns and Harness, 2 Barouches. and
liarness, Cotton Git), Household and
Kiischen Furtiiture, Plautatini' Tools.
together 'with a numher: of articles not
Al*1 the Planlation willbc rented for
Terms will be made nowr oia the day
N1AS. S ITH, Adin'r,
Nov.25 1845 44
.-t ministi-ator s ale.
BY akv u : rl _d er IGin'JdHil E
dinary-of Edlgefield District, I shall ro
ceed to sell on Wednayday lie J7th' De
cember nesi, at the late residence of Ed
moud 1, J Miller, deceqsed, (known ni
Poverty Hill,) all the personal estate of
said deceased, consisting of .
FIF1 EEN LIKELY YOUNG NE-:
Corn, Fodder, Seed Cottdh,' Stwdk of
Cat:le, Hogs and orses, one goodl Road
Waggon and Gear, Hlousehold and Kitch
en Furniture anid Plauttasion Tsuols, and
other articles too tcdious l6 nmention..
.Terms.-All sums und1er .35 cash ; a!T
over, a credit of 12 motcnths, notes with
two approved securities will he required,
property not to bie transferred sir removed
until the terms of sale are cormplied with.
JAS. MILLER, Admi'tor.
Nov.24 18415 2t 44
Esae Notice. .
Tj HE Esaeof Azariah Abney, being left
derelect, I shall proceed to sell on Thrurs
day thte 4th daty of Decembsler next, at the
late residence of stid deceaad, on a credit
of twelve muonths, his enitire Estate, consuistinig
of Eight Nerzroea, Seven Head of Hsorses, a
fine lot of Pork arid Stock Hogs, Cows and
Sheep, about twenty bags of Costton, crop of
Couit, Fosdder, Wheat tutnd t)ats. six or seven
harrel~s of Flour, Plattation 'T'sols. Houisehsold
sud Kitch-en Furniture, onse Cotton Girt, one
Wagon' anid Harness-and three seperate tracts
oifvaluablse land. imumediately in ghe Higgia's
Ferry Road, aubout three niiles frotm the lferry ;
amount not acenurrtely known, hut platta of
r'ecent survey will be exhibited on the day of
sale. knownt as the Home. Middle arid River
Tracts. Purchasers will be required to give
Note with two approved seerrties for the per
cornal property. and tw~o dpproved securities
and a mortgage of thce land to secure the pur
chad montey. All sti'ms' of and under fie
dollais cash. 'The propietty no'. chaniged unutil
the terms of sale. are comuplted with, arid if re
sold at the former purchasers risk.
IGHN HILL, o.3. D.
Nov. 5 5t -- 41
3.Y permission from John lill, Ordinary
.33of.Erigelield District, I shall proceed to
sell at thne late reidence of Mrs. Mary Tillmnan
deceased, on Wednesday, the 3rd Decemr
ber, next. aftf the~ persounf estaste of said de
ceased, consisting of t~n likely Negroes, Stock
of all kinds, a lot of Corn and Fodder, a set of
il l Roeks, and honsehold and kitchen furni
tore. Terms of sale credit until the 1st day of
JAMES GRIFfiN, Adlr'r.
Nov. 12 St 42
BY an order of the Ordinary, I wrdl offer for
sale, at thes late reide'nce of Joel Roper.
Sen., deceased, orn Friday the 5th day of Dec.
next, all the persona! estate of the said deceas
ed, not bequeathed by his wi I specifically, con
isisting or eighteen likely Negroes, Corn. Fod
der, U:orses, and other stock,, end miany other
articles. n t sad
two approted securilies.- - -
...JOE. ROPER, Jun..
Adminisratorwito the willl aninexed.'
1o9ev. 12, 4t- 42.
eFor Sale. ~ >:;
A second-baud. Btrrmy,.of .sspeor-r
workianship, wiihmit haranet. ;Ap-e
pg at ,itis-of~ee
o 2184 4
rake of bereioi ore-. il
DOLLARS pEiessoTa' acordsb b pip
branches of study taughty -d aierto
fore, none admitted -for less 0ime. than a
seission, except by a-special stipulation e
forehand, the charge -being made for
mission, and not foriteaching. - osa
Good boardmav'be hada -:hia
and one or two. irore pupils Maybe a
coimodated in the family of the Teaelej
H* 'K. McCL1NTOOKC
Nov 26 it 44
.To the Public.','
BY the last Will anil Teqtaient our.AlezAi
der Downer, deceased, late of -Beach)js.
land, provision has been :nade for thd main.
tainance and educat ion'ra number -on rgen
orphans of thim District, inder the age' of14
years-and by an act of the eisature;ot
missioners have been-n ppoirited to carry''it -
benevolent destins of the Testator. They have
procured a suitable locatiai it Beach elid
eight miles below Hanmbiurg, an- design
soon as they can ascertain the number of ben
eficiaries to erect suitable buildings- brtheir-i.e
coth'ddation. and to obtain the services of'
comtnpetent person tt iake charge of the Initda
T:e design of this eomninnication is to so-'..
licit the co-operation of the citizens geeierally
but more particularly of the 'Commisisioners of
Free Schools. in ascertaiihing the number ofX
children in their respective neighborhoods ent
tied to the benefits desighed by the benelactio -
Communications addressed ib us thi6ethe
H1am nrg Post Office. *ill bb thasikile. yr
l. OALPHIN -
D. ARD18, .I Coiim's
G. 6. MILLS.
Nov 19 4t
More New GoodsJ
ESSRS. D.LESSING & CO:. repect
. fully return their thanks to their -friendf
and the public, for -the very liberal patrona,.e
heretofore extended to them. and info rib ail
who wish to puirchase cheap for CAsn' tht7
they iave received their FALL AND W1N
TER supply of DRY GOO Q,) p isting. -
fine fast colored Printhe; Laces, l ns Mos;
lins de Laines. Flinels; finieepiun, & .
with a large assortment of fancy articles.
A good assortment of GENTLMaU's -RAtar
All of, the above Goods are fresh and
having been selected .by one of the finse
pressly for this market. -
Nov 19 - . 4
Neds'Good! Ne* C0& i!
:-H E Suihacribers takes this oppoity M
giving notice ti-at rhev..are now receding
their Sto..k of Fall and .Mi-c Goods, which
will enmbraee a choice selection of ' -
Atapge and Fancy Goeeks
HARDWAasU. InRocKRaI, GnocCass, 'EDL
cINss. STArIoNaar aid Smoo.L BoO6 ,
HaTs.. CArs. and Siozsi"'
And a great variety of other' artielesaLwhichl.
they will sell low frtcashor on igcrilit td
- "' G. L.:& E. ENN
O"ltl - . --f ...
STAMES-COLIA?4 8 ana
son will rieeive seale r
tibiodingfoC aridge acs
at tientilsee knowa' as Vdelin' I~stil
the 10thi'of Decembor- next wiieer will
ineet atthe lace- and detersei.pqn their
said proposals; aid en.ter io contrat fur said
The Bridge will be about 180-feat lori, 1'i&
30.feet high, to be of good heart ims. The
other particulars may-be knowerysippiing'
to either of the above named Commissioners -
By order of th.s Board.
rW. RRUNSON. Clerk of Board.
Nov.19 - 41 ' 4'
For Sale. -
COTTON HILDi' LANTA
lstion. containing 905 iaeres of
Land. *ithin ijve miles of a land
ing on Savannah River. It is.
believed to be equal in quality: to any
land in A bheville Distriet, and has this.
year produced a good crop. .Mr.'Oliv~er.
Taggart on the premises, will show the
place. For terms apply sq T.. c Perrin,:
Esq., a' >A bbeville C. H., or to the subscri
her at Pendleton.
Pendleton, Nev 12 Im (A. Ban,) 43
T1O T HE PUBLIC !
TH E Citizens of Edgefield District,
U.who are owners of small tractsl of
Ch~udl. or Tote'n Lots, are herebly cautioned
to, be ready, within a few hours notice, to)
produce a- regular chain of itle 'to the,
same, from the originmal grantor, or they,
may tbe closed in, as there are such men~
among- us who are ieeking out- all ~~
Nov 26 2t - 44,
The Hamburg Republican willigive the.
above two insertione, and forward thaeir
accotunt to this office for collection.
South. aro li ra~
EDGEFI ELD DISTRICT.:
BlY ,JOHN H IL L: Esquire, Qordinaty
.I of Edgefield District.
Whereas David Little hiath applied to'
me for Letters of Adtzidist~ration, on. all
atid sing'ular thegoods an'd chat tels, rights
and credits of Mar-' Little late of the
Disirict aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to - cite and ad
monish all and singular, .the . kidlred and
creditors of the said deceased. .1o he a~d
appear before mte, at our next Ordinary's e
Court. for the said District.l't be holdetd
at Edgefield Court . House od 1h9 $t
day of Dlecember next, to showi cappp, if
any, why the said administration shos ld
Given under my hand-and seal, this 2Ah
day of November, in the year s'f ourl~rd
one thousan~d eight-hundrediad forty re,
and in the Seventiethi year A 4meikln
Nov. 24 2t
ROT CAKE0' M1
IEliave in additiogn o psa octc df1d
Wsare. a good' assorettu.of fIiture
ND CooxurGo Svof Eu, .arg h as~vl i~
iskcooking so's as::o diip ~ *i hbeW
haf ofkitchen help.'Y 'ilkis' -
Sagahem h as cenyan