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bbr citizenshs itakgn her to his house,.nua
ut her upon' hergooI .bihavior. -
P.'S. 'It has been stated to us by one
ho had jtst, ome' from La Grange. Ga.
that thisam' individual was in that vil
Intae a Fetw dayt ago dresed in men's
clothes i and that sho stated, to some school
girls. there that tlie *ras a female, and her
name Margaret Pearson.
.Geo-gia $arbit.-Tlie Macon !Mssen
gerof the 23th instant says-A quarry of
White Marble has recently been purcha
sed- by.our..fellow citizen, .. A. .Artope,
Esq., situated-in Gilmer county, and op
erandus.in;quarrying commenced. He is
also. ebting .a mill for sawing it into
slabs, &c.., within a few yards of the quar
ry'Jpr whichbhe,has abundant water pow.
er .Tbe inarble is of very good quality,
anti we believo,.from the specinens we
have seen, efjual to the teat foundin the
ctuo'ry. qainntity is. already prepared
for sending to this city, as soon as our rail
eoid is completed. The grerstest disad
vantage labored 'under is. that it is situa
ted about 30 miles from the Stare -ail road,
to'w'hich it must be transported by wag
ons. Yet we trust it can be furnished
'cheape# than that received from the Nortb.
The body of marble is extensive and ea
-'ilyquarried, andklte truse that the enter
prise of the oawner will he amply rewar
<-edas the rail road facilities cau easily
transport it to our most important towns
aid cities, where it will find. a market.
EDGE HELD C. If.
Wes5DEDAY, JULY 8. 1816.
The article in the "Advertiser' to-day, sign
ed "Pririles not Men," meets my hearty
disapprobation, uud contrary to my wishes,.the
senioreditor, has published it. without permit.
tijig ine'to see the name of its author. ie has
also refused to admit under the editorial he id,
or to share the responsibility of a piece, in
which I-attetnpt a vindication of the course of,
the paper:. Tile writer of the communication.
has directed his attacks chiefly against an edi.
tonal in which I expressed my approbation of
the course of Mr. Calhoun on the Mesican
wart and against tlie paper since I have been
connected with it. .
Owing to these facts, I feel that my dignity
and self respect compel toe to dissolve-my con
nexion with the Edgefield Advertiser.
In the-.next nmnber; I will comment freely
on the article in question.
Iam thankfattoay nyfrieods.nd my brother
editrs, for the. kinduess and indulgence they
laiyecexteuded to me during my short editorial
car JOSEPH, ABNEY.'
J . :7th, 1846.
It ll be seen that the junior editor of the
Advertiser, teruinates his connexion with this
paper.in the present number. Somie differete
of opinioi between us, in plitical matters, is
the cause of the separation between himself
and the undersigned... We-wish the co:nmtun"
ity to understand particularly, that the didicul
ty between us has not occurred with regar d to
tile-inerits-ofthme Hon. Jous C. Cat~uoux; as
some might suppose No man enitertains a
higher-regard. or a more, grateful senise of the
serviceO rendere'd to hisa :onntry, by that pur
est of patriots, than ourselves. WVe~iave our'
selves;-expressed no0 opitnion, althl regard to his
course in the niexican war. .We feel satisfied,
that he acted from tie purest-mnotives, in reftns
ing to vote for the declaration of war against
.Mexico, though, in common w'ith many of Is
friends; we-wish that lie had done so. 'The
disagrediedtetween .. A. and ours--Ives,
waset rea to j certain article, or articles
wvhichi we coild not endorse. We _thoughit it
best-for !fr Atbady to 'publish a vindication of
his course; with regard tb the charge-of in~coti
sistenc iti his editoiials, over his ovin name;
especially, i he has exressed, andswill pub
lish in a fduture atumbir, opinions which are
- not ours. W'e think .it not-itusproper to state.
that though Me-have differed with Mr.-A., in
certain .matters~wuriirelations are still of the most
friendly charracer,aSnd we still eritert'ain to
wards him the sdniae respect tvhichi we had,-at
the commnencement of our association with
-- him. In pursuing the course which we have
donie. we did not intend to injure himi, or to
wound his feelings in the slightest degree. Our
paper will be open to his cotmmunications at
any time, and we hereby freely tenderit to him.
- WM, F. DURI&OE.
July 7, 1846.
.Coitor.-Our Hamburg correspoedent, tin
d~er date of the 4th instant, says:
" The demand for. this article~has been good
durirty'the .whole of the past.week, and prices
have been~fually sustained, in fact, I think the
average sales iflay be set down at a shade high.
or at the 'close of the week, than in the early
part, extreme rates may be given at 5j to7k,
the general sales at 64 to 7 cents. Our stock
is fast reducing, shipmentts having been3 large
of late, both by rail road and boats. In the
Provision market, 'there is no change worthy
of note. Choice.Flour is more in demand. and
.a fresh article would readily command $5 50
per brl. Corn is plenty, and sells from stores
atO 6o70 cents. Bacon, Hog round, 6j to 7
We are indebted to our friend Mrs. A~DIOWo,
for the largest Tomato we have ever seen. It
weighed one poUnd and a quarter-and would
havearegatedl the fastidious appetite oif any epi
cure. 'We would like-to hear of a finer speci
men of this most deliciousvegetable.
Mr. ARSTsRONG lis also favored us with,
some very largespeciamens, but they could nlot
compete with the first we hasre mentionei..
We learn-that M. C M. -JNDiIOsD, Esq., of
this district, has beenaprpoitted by'the, Prepi
dents Paymaiten-Geareral of the Southwestern
Division of the Army.
Our friend, Mr. George .' m3locker, -of .
Belle Gruve; on Turkey Creek,-has-setit us a
Cotton boll,.which measures about four itches
in circumference.. t
We are informed thdt the crops both of Corn t
and Cottn, in that section of the district, are
very promising. .
The National Intelligencer of the 29th tit.,
says t-" [t is understood tlhat the President of
the United States an Satm'day last nominated
to the Senate, Brevet Major General Zachary
Taylor to be a Major Genetal in the Army, un
der a late act of Congress, and also William
0. Butler, of Kentucky. to be a Major General
of Volunteers under the last supplementary
act of Congress making provision for such up.
At the relebration of the battle of Port Monl.
trie, which took place, at Charleston, on the
29th tilt., the following toasts were drank t. our
two Senators: -
11th Regular Toast.-Jons C. CALtUn.
He has maintainod the true honor of the coun
try by enforcing the laws ofjnstice and moder
ation in our foreign relations; and won for him
self the gratitudo~oT millions by braving the
imputations of party for the sake of peace.
By J. L. Pct'ifru -Geonos Mc ueriE
Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations r
--May success attend his counsels, for all his
aspirations are -subordinate to the interest of
For the Advertiser.
Messrs. EnrToas.-Upon perusing the
Advertiser of the 1st inst.. I was surprised
to find, that you had completely changed
your course, in relation to the war with
Mexico, at least as regards your opinion
of its justice, &c. You have likewise. (if
I am any judge,) thrown yourselves and
press, in a great measure, into the arths of
the opponents of the present administra
tion, if abuse of our patriotic President,
and his Cabinet, will nake you accepta
ble to them. Your former articles, extol
ling him. are at one fell swoop, contradict
edand you appear now tube about to
embrace a new idol, r-rhaps, in-the shape
of an aspirant, who i.s anxious to break
down, or steal, the good'n'rne, and char
acter. of some one of the f'avorite stns of
the people of this Congressional district,
who either has been, or is now, in the way
of some young otfice seekers. Your course
since the announcement of the 'Mexican
troubles, has varied, and inconsistency has
weekly, marked your steps,-so plain has
been the inconsistency, that doubts have
arisen, in my mind, wvhether the Washino'
ton wire-workers, have not beeo playing
the Thimbles with you, to ansnver their.
Uponthe 20th of May. in a flaming ed
itorial, you advocated strongly, the course
pursued by the citizens of the U. States,
in relation to the Mexican war. I extract.
the following fion that article, which
breathed, in my opinion, jiure American
language: - c
" They pause not to calcnlate 'the conse
quences, nor do they linger to investigates the.
causes of the.war-it isteiient'-nr-thetz to
believe, that they hnd been wronged, and for
them to know, that the blood of-their fellow
citizens has been shed by the hands of lawless C
In the same article, in speaking of what I
the feelis:gs and sentiments of the Ameri
can people ought to he, at all times, when .
our country is in danger. you say, that as
the blow has been struck,
"This is not the time to discuss the'ptopriety
of his (the Presidemn's) 2o.nJnct, nor to pass
that se- ere judgment upon his actions, which
they should receive when the contest shall have
beeo ended, and when peace shall have been r
'rhis is not the mome~nt to, acsevwhat right jI
otr Executive had to commit this or that act of
otrage and high-handed injustice to the peui
ple, or-what right he had to plnnge the conunty
into wvar with a naition which we least wished
to ann'iy, and towards which wve were disposed
to exercise the most forbearing lenity and com n
passion We must now strike, and *we must
strike effe'tually-by all that ts sacred, we
mttst "strike home." By adopting such a
course, the war will sooner be brottgbt to a I
lose, andl our differences be much sooner set- I
thd, and our wvounde sotoner healed. This
tem'portzing or hesitating policy is a fatal poli
cy, at any timte, and duritng war it is utnerly
Trhe above extracts, Messrs.' Editors,
ivere un doubt written, when you wvere
full of love of country, and not under the
baneful .injluence of' 'he wire-workers at
In yo~ur paper-oif the 10th of June. 'you
still, in your remarl.v, relative to raising
Volunteers, breathe the true American
spirit. - .-. .......
. "The-cool indifferer ce which has beetn mant
ifestedl by some of the leading public Journals
othis State, to the slaughter of our brethren
on thp Rio.Grande. And to the war which is
now rar~ing on or frontiers, is hihly calcn. I
lated to tiislead the -people, and to chill their
patridasm-'-it is a stain upon our eseutcheon
it is a disgrace tjpon South Carolina. "There
is somnething rotten in'Denmark." It iihould
be correcte-d 'hy (he people ~in their primary
assemblies. Sitnce the-comnmetncement of thi
war, we have seen itch in-some of our ablest
ne wspapers, to excite' the indi-gnation of every
true patriot Editors that can sneer at the ef
forts of the country in time of war,.to rally in
its own defence, are-unworthy to represent thei
views of a free people.".--. I
In the samne paper, you vdry justly yin
dicate the course adopted by the Edgefield
Meeting, in not taking notice of the reso
lutions, -off'ered relating to the fun.~John
C.-Calhoun. which resolutions hadz been
acknowledged, by all, bis friends and foes,
to be uncalled -for, and ill timed, as the
meeting wa-s net ralled for the purpose of
expressing opinions upon ''N Et," but up
un "M EASUaES," and the publication,- of
the resolutions, after they bad been expung
ed from the proceedings, by consent of all
cocrned, were no doubt intendetd, for the
purpose of injuring an innocent individual,
who was not present at the time the reso
lutions were offered or discussed. For
fear of not doing you justice, I quote your
own words upon tbis tsubject:
" It was considered inopportune and unne
cessary at a meeting called for the purpose of
austaining the Government in the vigorouts
prosecution of the war with Mexico, to be ex
pressing our admiration for one of our Sena
tors, and in sach terms as might imply censure
upon others. We have board no one, in or
out of the meeting strenuouisly object- to Mr.
Calhoun's refusalto vote for the bill. declaring
war with Mexico, but we have heard inoon
versation regret expreased that-Mr. C, bad not
.1taken somie public occasion to avow his deter
[m'nntion of enslainin; titaen-ountrar in the war
ruaunlly declared by the proper authority, how
ver he'may have been opposed to the numa
urea which bi-ought about this result. . For
urselves. we entertain unwavering confidence
hat our distinguished Senator will so . sustain
e country, and will. at' the proper time cx
ibit his purposes by his acts. We should he
orry to be compelled to entertain the opposite
pinion, for we are persuaded that no wan in
le commonwealth, however distinguished and
nfluential, could maintain his hold upon the
.fSections and confidence of the people, who
ronid repudiate the sentiment of patriotistm,
hat the country must be defended and-sutp
orted in time of war."
fin your paper of June 17, you appear
o have had your ideas brightened, and
ad found out, no doubt, through the mu
liun, of the wire workers, tas you speak
ery conclusively,) that "Mr. Polk and his
abinet are unequivocally warlike upon
very question,"'without giving etie'trflig r
eason, for the bold' assertioh. After com
laining of the stupidly of some..of. the
Lmerican press, for appaking of the annex
tion of Yucatan and California, you with
he same breath, gay:
"In the settleren of our piesent difficulties
with Mexico, we may rightfully reiuire'posses
ion ofUalifornta-it may be given to us in
eu of the vast debt that will be owing.to ns';
tt even thon'we would doubt the policy Of
eceiving it." (!)
What love for poor Mexic o!.
Your feelings for the poor Mexicans have
realy changed, within the last few days;
fear Taylor,and his"lawless barbarians,"
ad they been destroyed, would huve only
ot 'their "just deserts,"-had you-received
our cue to that effect.-Oh, my country!
-bow Old Edgefield hais degenerated, to
tand such doctrine, (or at least its press
as.)within the short space of some two or
In your paper ofthe 24th June you have
eigned to give the President a small por
iou of eredit .upon the Oregon question.
tan say, -ho "has certainly acted proper.
y--he has deserved well of his< :uoatry."
now wish you to recollect yotr owu ob
ervattons relative to the President's 'char
eter, talent, &c., and inform ine tvberein
e has acted wrong ? Has he not "stood
p to-the rack," iin all emergencies? Have
'ou not, as our " Schoolnuster," told us,
he President had done all that man could
lo? llave you not told us in your col
imas, that we ought to be proud of our
hoice ? That he was the tinan to relieve
is from .the -burthensomo Tariff-annex
['exas-and iu fact. to do all things "proper
o be dene,',- ih'ad now at this late date,
fler he is piced in the chair of Stele, by
nuends, moa wish to make us believe,
ecause, he has dared to defend our soil
geinst an intcading foe, that he 'is.: abliut
uining the country, and making by hi.
apid strides, (at coInpletii-tig viat your
ourehl 'promised should be done,) Texas,
vhich wa, to'blosoan as the rose, a cotn
lete .haren .:desert. Do you, for - God
ake, Messrs. Editwrs, examine your 'files
tick t,your good old doctrine, and let
oiiistency urark your course, ot' other
vise inform us of thereasona for your ud
ervchajlie ofiritreten3.-.: c.'.::
Now fon your;last-editorial. I feel sat
afied, That .all your'ii!d friends, whet they
oinpjare- it 'wyitif your brevio~us course,'will
gree with mc,-Qhat you have either been
id astray yourselves, or are playin'g off a
.oa.t upor some-tither Democratic paper,
'itlh which you desire to have a tilt,
n those p piping times of war." No
outnd, Sent ible-scribblers, could possibly,
whilst in tleiir senses, turn so complete a
otsrset as you hthve. Your lauguage
In speaking cf Mr. Calhoun, whom we
ll delight to honor, hut not at the expense
'fthe President ofthe United States, wvho,
a yet, I am not willing to acknowledge
as cotmmitned any wrong as regards thie
var with Mlexco,-(your accuation to the
":H-e know, atad it was apparent to all, that
lie President lhimslf, howev':r puare maay have
eeri his tmotives, (and we have no reason to
otnbt thnir purity) had acttually brought on
lie wvar by pursuting the mistaken intimidation
ohicy itt his iliplomancy'. Mr. Polk, his cabi
et urtid unisters, were tutterly surprised
hey were thunderstruck at the brearking out
f hostilities.. Their designwaonytae
te Mexican governtment in lyto a ee
otiation ; but 'they iarged the'r 'guns ton, h'ar
trthaer thana prudence would-have dictated. and
istead of luumblini; 'the ptetensions, it aromas
d the Caistillian-'sparit of the degeneraie Mez
ennas:--and hetnce, thme attack ppon Thorniton,
tnd all thae'scenes that have'since beema enacted
in the Rio Grande. If Mexico hail really been
lie aggres'sor in every ~respdct, itas it decent
vans it deliberate-.was it .magnanimns in a
reat -people, to &celare svar against her, he
are they had received evidence of she shfB.
iency of their pi-ovocatiou 7"'
WVith this extract, -I 'will close, with a
eriuest that your readers may wveigh 'the
xtrpcts attentively, fceling confident that
hey must all drawv -the conaclusioni that the
sire workers in Washington, have been
it their dirty iwork, seeking to. breed a dis
ention in our .raks; by throwing -fire
rads amotng uns, stirring-up comne 'of oui
~oung poaliticiabs,'who by the bye are
var ready to catch at *'Wil! o"tk' Ihi4g,
f they imagine they can. elevate them
aelves a little, or .become' runbers .for a
;reat man, to the injury of the oldt' stablh
naembers of.thbe party, whocatn at no tiqpe
e callel it requisition to do their 'dirt3
sork.- Should youhbe a ware, that .an.y-jn
nry..has-leen done to nay. of our Sena tora
ir -Representatives, 1by the Presideim, 'or
mr own citizens, it is your duty 'as gusr
hiansof the people's ri'gbts to stand tsp in
hei- defence, but hiever -at the exp'eose el
ny indtvidumal, (espeially'one 'whod has
erved honestly and faithfully,) orat the
tacrifice of your own avo wed principles.
These retmarks and extracts are no,
nade with a viewv to injure you, or yout
press, but in a spirit of conciliation, and
wvith a view of bringing you back, ere yati
mtray too far to retract, to the good old
road that your paper has trod, ever sine
t was established, and that you will be
:onsistent inyour eourse, an~d adopt the
real old Democratiic motto, for which ont
forefathere foughi, A ' .
'PreCaPLEs reoT' MEf."
Mr. Calhoun-R'wnor.-We -stafed
yesterday, that it w as generally believed,
in Washington, that Mr. Buchanan would
lie nominated for the vacant seat in the U
S. Supreme Court. In addition to this
the Baltimore Patriot says.: "Therii is a
report in Washingmon ihat Mr. Calhot
will be offered the post.of .Secretary ol
State, which he held under Mr. Tadlnr.'
Rev. Mr. itsg, Missionaf of the Soutthern
Baptist Conventton to China, accompaniedl by
Yoir Stzae. AG, a.-native Chinese; Converl
and Preacher,will, by Divine Permission.
reach' Augusts (Ga.) on .Tuesday Evening
next, the 14t Jrlyj4and spend the next day,
Wednesday In Ltjat place. -Religions exercis.
es may be expected in the Baptist Meeting
House, it wh '.Mr-Shucksed ttie China
man will ak'a part
The undergsed1iving been appdinied by
the Hoat: aksitoir Boia of the Edgedeld
Baptist. Aoiaatioqho labor.in Division No.
4, will, b Divine-Permission, attend at the
times'and plaetist abelowt
Mount -Lbanon, on iSmurday before the 2d
Lord~ ay in -6
Big Stephe u'e r'(Iddy.'s) on Saturday
betnre. the. d ord1 s av i July.
Mount'Zioan.oainattiday befoie the 4th Lord's
Bethany.at 'Republqihn, 91 :Saturday before
.the 1st Lords -Day'in Agust.
Hora's Creek, op 4aturday. before the 2d
'rd's Day in Ah ust"
Edgegeld .C, H on atui-day before the 3r.d
Lbr's tay i git.
Antioch,. n Satf day fore the 4thtord's Day
Red O ,G roves I...Aitrday befoe the 5th
Pleasant GrvIc Saturdqy before. d' 1st
Lord's, & n Septembgr. . -1
Each iting -mil conuiine for a wpek, il
circiustan .I ender it proper..
' A. P. NORRIS. 4
Jonly 1 -- '. f 23
MISSIONARY A-PPOINTM ETS.
The undersignedhaving been assigned by
the aftssIonriav .oanu to labor in Division
No.1, ofthe Edefield Association, will attend
at the places knd at the tiihes tsted' below-.
Red H1ill, on Saturday before the 2d Lord's
Day in July:
Plum Branch,or(Saturday before the 3d Lord's
Butile, on-Saturility-before the 4th Lord's
Day in Jn
Calliham's !ills aturday before the lst
Lord's Dvit Augtust.
Rehobeth,..zi 4 tirday before the 2d Lord's
Gilgal, on y before the 3d Lord's Day
in AugtV :
Bethany, oiar rday before the 4th Lord's
IHoreb, on Saturday before the 5th Lord's
Day in August.
Beulah, on Satal'day before the lit Lord's Day
. in September. .
The Meetingaswill continue for seven day,
if circumstauces renider.it proper
Elders .Was. WA'rxns.and JOHN TRAPr
laving . been ip ointed to labor in Divisioi
No. 2, of the Edg ld Associttion, will attend
the Churle at; times stated -below.
I'ro.vience, onSaturilay before the 2d Sabbati
birth in July -
Silosim. on Sati -day before the 3d Sabbath it
Chesru -Ii a, f.iturday before the 4th Sab
bath in July,..
Goed Hope, an .%iaturday before-the 1st Sab
bath in Augrt..
[itd.Steve 'i,. it Saturday before thi
Fellowship', no8iiitir diiy befots the 3d Sabbat
Mountai Creelk dor Saturday before the 4th
Sabbath in Ai1'nst
Sister Sprttgs,'m' Saturday befdre the 5t1
Sabbath in August.
Damascus, on Saturday before thre.lst Subbati
in Septein. r
The Meetings ivill contnie for seven days
if circutstances rifler it praper.
JOly 1 .. . . tf 23:
The nndersigned having bcen assignen b
the Mi ssioNantv U-aman to labia in Divisi',i
No. 3, of the Edg efield Asociattion, will attent
a't the places at thes times stated beluiv:
At Pine Pleasant, on the 2nad Saturday i:
At lIed Bank, en the 3r.1 sattnrday ini Jnly .
At Uloud's Croek, on the .4th Saturdauy ii
At Sardlis, on tl.e lst Satnrday in~ Augnst.
At Salemn, otigl. 2d Saturday in August.
At Bethel, on thie 3d Sutlarday .in A ngisz.
A t Dry Creek~on the 4th Saturday in~Anguel
At Loxingtonsott the 5th Satnrday in Angsi
At Rncky Creek, on the let Saturday i
f ieptemtber,, ,
And will continue one wveek at each of theos
places, circumsitanlces wari~anting.-..
. ,HA. WILLIAMS,
yuly 1 - .-- - tf 2
1T.Choera, Suunier Comuplaini
Diarrhuaa. Dysentery, and al other Derangei
ments..of the STLOMACH and BOW5EL6
rired by Dr. D,~ JA YNE'43 CARMIN4d
TI IE BA LSA.H - -
- .~. .-, New Yn'rk,.8th morith Ist, 1838
rr eind'Dr. IAYNE-It gives me muci
pleamure to in form thee of the resnlt of a cas
m~ which .1 admuinister'ed thy CA4R.MINA TIV
?BALSAM, andi cotnsider it .o .be a Intter o
duty dagf~hee::ind the phiblic--o'give.the'fi
lowing statemerits. Beinag'-called to'visit a p
tient a. faw-dayi niicee I fonr1 he was vomit
ia:g and piz ,ng must violently,. with sever
Tornmina aj Cramps im the upper and lowe
e~tremnities; anid alm a in the abd'eininal parietiet
The Cramp wads'iiyioleit,'that it' -t.6k f'ou
mn to rul'iim-lincessantly. to keep'doi ib
spasm, and to use hiis own words, he- saidi
seerned-to him siti'i his bones would' annpj i
twvo. There were alsodiolent cholic paitn
around, the ubilical aregion, attended with ver
disttessing:,aUsea,. int short;, I-conside'rgd itt
be a case of genctitie holeraiffound on enipii
r3s.the pattient had 'been.'-uniwell thedayn-p
vious, with a loasutnes of the bowels. Trha
six houts before-K saw hinit h(ivas sei'zed witj
-the complaint, and had.;gradnafly got worse
T be extrendties were cold, and he was nearl:
ni1s'ss iimediately.gave ihim a spoonft
of flhe .Baisam, which in a .few moments we
hies from thd stomach, bait' on giving it'
%wtimes, the stoiach became settled, and h
expressed himself mu~ch relieved. I the'n gay
him a calinel. aid opiiutm powder. In tw<
hours from the time 1 saw him he filt quit
easy, and fell aslse.p,, and slept well for fly
hours; but 00 wakng, die symnptomis again ri
turned. tdirveted more of the Balsam to bi
given him .wheihef lt'is'ase subsidied, and th
patient was. donvaflcenit. It toolt only 'at
bottle to effect a cure. I have also so 'ofte
witnessed the'6eielIcial 60l'ects of'tla'Carmr
atijve Bfalem.in Stummer Com uplaintg aaide D
arrhcla, that I would riot be without-it for.ii
weight in silhcR.
I remam thy rientd, -1 -. -
....THO McMOTT, MD
*' 43 Bro'adway,'Nfew York.
-25!tRSal Agent, at'Edgefiei
C. H.. SoutgiCarblinla.'
OeTear qf CbiuterfeitO
- 'ulyS -' St 2
1LL Pe6ii having dd manils against thl
akta ofenry Carr, ide'd.;are r'eqaue
indebted are requested to niake imhmediate pa:
eet.- - THOS, LAKE, Adminitr'atei'.
.lua2-. f 1
Died, in this District, 'on Wednesday jae
24th rune,-after a few das painful iltgees
STANNOn'B, RYAN, the eldest son of 8, S.
and Susan A. Ryan, in'his 124i year, be was a
dutiful, affectionate ar.d' loving child, niieb
beloved.by all his relatives and acquaintabce.
Thou artip thy-peacefil dlwelling,
'Where no cares of earth molest.
Where a choral song is awelljng..
From the.harps of spirits blest,
Farewell then, though tears are falling,
And out hearts thy loss deplore;
Blest religion,sweetly calling,
Bide us wish the here no more. ,, 8.
T HREE B'arrels of the.hest VjMia
in market, at 25 cents a gallon. for sale
by R. S. ROBERTS.
J'uly'8 - 2: .p#
Drs..lMins & Addison,
A.V11.G assoiated, themselves in the
Practice of.1edicine and Surge.
ry,1 offer their professional sezrvices-to thp.cit
izenst of Edgafield and vicinity: -,
Offices, Erst tw doors next to .Compty's
Hptel.. DWO. J. M4MS,
JOS. A. ADDISON.
July ' . . tf . 24
egimental Order, ,,
C IT MARTIAL'Will be.ponvened
'g,. at the.014 Wells,.on rid'daX be,24th:u
ly next, to consiSt of the ,wing oers;
. aior M-stLLs, etden.
ers-Cids. !Saw. Jones, Coleman,
Holsenbac'k, Ients. Bland, Kreps, Abney,
Yancey. Judge Advocate:
Captains of Companies..are charged with
the extention of, tie above ordler.
,$ - LSD. M1MS, Col.
- . . ,.. .7th Riegt. S. ...
Edgefivld C. H.. Jne.30,.1840. y..
I7 Te1%amburg:Republican will copy ihe
above three times and charge the 7th. Regt,
July 8 . $$t 24
at the Cheap Cash .Store '
S ULPi ATEofQini ne,for chillsand fever,
Race .Ginger; at 121 cants a.pwosde. ;
Cubalt or Fly Poison,
Glaubers' Salt, for Horses, at'5 ets, a. pound,
Washing-Soda, at 10 cents a pound,
Super Carbonate of Soda, for Bread, at 25 cts.
Sa.pound, . -
Indelible Idk. withy'or .wvillat oriart,. ..,,
-Chalk. Spanish White, and Whiting,,
Preston Smelling Salts. &c., &c., with a gen
eral assortment of Drugs, Perfumes, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Books aid. Stationery,
fr sAr.s caxar, by. .
R. 6. ILRER'r8.
Edgefielil C. H. 7th Jify, 1846 "R 2t 24
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FIE LD-D[STRICT.
Samuel P. Getson, & wife, .
Defeudamis, Sn I:I n
Scanorn Sullivan & others,
Defeudants - :.
BY. virtue of an drder.from John"HUT,
- Esquire, Ordinary of the Distriat' -
foresaid, will proceed to sill, in 0be abo j
stated -case; at 5dgee6ld Court House.. e)
the first ironday.-ii August. next, .ths
latds belong'u " io the esfatq ot' Ellet
Sulli'van, dec'd.,. situate in the district aq
State aforesaid, ou Stevens' Creek, yater
of iavainati river, containing w. huh6
dred acresmoie or less, adjoininlagils.n
the.said S. P. Getson, Charles Limhbeker,
Elizabeth Sullivan, and others; od a te
die until the'first' ofJannary neef. (1847,
the purchaser will be reqtiired to give'bond
and good personal security, and a tort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary tc
secure the purchase money, -except the
costs, which will he required in. cash.
I. BOULWARE, s. E. D.
- July 8"'e - - - 4t 24
Mary Loveless, Applicant,
vs. .SummnonG i
Benjamini Loveles's 'antIl Pazrtition.
others, Defendants. - -
V vi-rtue of an orddr from "Jolib Yill,
B Esa,uire,'Ordiuiry of the Dsre
aforesaid, Iwlprce'to 'el.n'h
above stated.case,' at, Edlgefield C6.arl
H ouse, on thi first Monday in Auguarnext
the lands belonging to ibe estate-oFiartit
Loveless, dec'd., containingio'hdndred
and twenty actes, mnoie or les situite in
the District aiid'Siate afdreeaial on Rocky
Creek, waters of the Savannah river, ad
joiininig'lande' of 'J. Mn. Clark, Willian1
Holmaes, Elizaberh bCo.lhius. an'd others, om
a credit .iidtil. t1he frst''of -Janugrj -ne.xt
(1847-), except costs, which will be.reqjuir
ed in cash. The purchaser will be requir
-ed ioj-ive bodd iind approved security, ant
a morigg of the premises-to the Ordinar3
to secure the purchase'mnone*.
'H. BOUL W AlE, s. .E. D.
3 July:8 4t .. 24
State of South Jaroliuna,
t -'EW-IS T. W'IGFATIL .wlio:,iu nov
hid.ihestdybY of the Sheriff of Edge
Gel.Dit'rc1,hy.virtue of two Writs o
Capia, ad eSatisfaciendum, -at'thio suit s c
.Wmn,.J. Slinkins, and.S. Christis and W.
.Burt, liaving filed his -petition with I
Sschedule do oath, of-his whole'Estate anc
i effects. with the purpose of olitaining the
-benefits of the Acts of the GenerMl As.
Ssemibly. conmonly :called the ,Insolven
IDebtor's Acts. iPublic Notice is -bereb'
Sgiven- that the .Petition of ,the said Lewis
T* . Wigfal .wilJkbe treard .end .considore<
s .iu.the Court ofCoinnion -Pleas, at Edge
field Court Ho-use, on the Pirst -Mon das
s in Octobbr nexrt. br on' such -other day a
a the Court naay order during the lime, corn
mnen'eing oft the first Rionday 'in Octobe
next, at said place,''a'nd all the Ecrtdito'rs c
the'said LoisJTX WigI'all ari lidreby sdm
nimooed, .p'ersonally,'or bly Attorney, thet
.and there in said Coer t'o shio~wcause;.i
k any -they o'n', why the-'benefit of the Act
a aforesaid shodd'not bebgraated to thorsaia
'Lewis'T. Wigfall, upon his executingth
assignment required by the Acts as afore
said. -* -
. T HOS. G-. BECON, 0.C0. P
dClerk's Offce, July 8 1~t 24
State of So'uth-O(trolina.
ALLEN LITTLE, living1lie-inilns Cr
Ricliirdson'srPost Offide, and'aboutli
n iileafrom ated Bank Chuirch, .tolled befoiena
~ GREY MARE,stipoedjo bei2 or 13.eal
,old',~u ab.n'5iands hih, ahid ppraised at te
doll&)esA U ARDYW HIT Mdgudradti
Ju1614 8lm4 24
7 4 -, den - . " ' .
EMAINING in the 'ost.
I e field Cc H.; on the letdaysof .
-ersons inquiring for Letters, a
state if advertised.
Ilease, Thos. rooks ,William -'
Boyd, Mr.S. Aor Ed. Beal, J C.
Clarle,. W. t. Cooper dCrigel
Covsr.Jacuson ,Clary,; , W. t
Cook, J. . ,Cuaugng, Ah ed.e
Clarkson, A.W. Clj bok :. - W.E
Christian, J. I. Carmak, -WE.
DReveLe,.Lket Drenga1,: ,.
Furgpsoa,Thos. ;Fowler &.Be
, aliige, -y Cresp, H'A
Glover, David .. Greenleaf, 'lr.:.
Coleman Ries . Garrett, War..
Glover, ?rances A.:. Gordan, F.
9ltpes, Jnao i.. .ancockJohn
Harden, W. C. 2,Holmes,-Wyatt
H teher, Mrs. B. W. Nogtop, .ob:
Hoften, Bennet ;Henderson, Misi -E dr.
Hodges, ,ire. Julia John Dok ,
Harrison, Win. Harris, Jao
. . Ihner, Solosu d,
s.2 Jones, Thr.
Jones, Let y 3i Johnson, Jaznqa
Johnsen, i , .. -;
:;kney,.j Z .S. A. T. istler..Rov. .R
.Lairy .Cbrad 'L.on: John 1
'Logiin; ltey :'' ;,.Lee, J. 1.
Ma well, Ths. .hiles, L,'J..
49a'pieal, Wm.- -Mitchel, J. A.;
cD arel,8pry. . OKiE. wancj4
Ml cCarty, James Milos, James,
McNare. Jphn Marsh, Samuel
Martin, J. F. - Mays, Stephen
Noulten, Rachel, Npwtan, W A.
. .' s Pt Qa:; .
Price,.Charles Perry &Dosaer,
Purles, Dr.L. . . -
thodes, C. - Ransom, .
Rpbinon,. Wiley -
Sbarer,lTils : 2p prt,S9.ft
Smith, Mrs. Jane ,'Strorher, D.t.
Sutmpter, W,. J. Scuzy. MysM_
reasu:er ofrhe D.ise. Tunmey Gedl
Strict . :. giei,
- - . , . y.
i ' Col. . T. 5 .WilliaissS 2
itz.A' .. Wailker,
Wagner,. M A. Watson,- M!
Y irture Qfehudrly 'wifeiirFa
*ciasn me direct4ed i .vi proee
.o sell a; Edgefield.C6ttrt ,uqe onti
First '1onday . pod Tuesday an .Agust
next; the-following .property,-i6 the fole
lowing cases, to-wit:: . . -
.Reube Morgan s. Danisl" ingsfon
the-tract of land .ahereon. the-!befendans:
lives, containing five ilundredk .idres, snore.
or less, adjoining 1Iaode of Benner Perry.
Arthur 'Dozier -and' Jim's ):erchant.
Alsq.'two neogro slaves b~y the narne of
Smith & Grigss. la'rlinga Punikett -
B.P.'Ravanell apd otheris eeraUp, vs.
ihe samne, ;the rofli6ing:lnis o'fland in 'the
towa-of H amnburg, 8,. CI,known ini the -
plan ufesid town as lpotiiahuere 199, 200,.
201 and 204. having fift-f-ee't front, and
-uguing'bank' one hundred 'and ninety-six
leet. bounded on'The North''ly Bradbury
Street, South ley Snowilea.itteet, East by
T1illinan Stredt, an~d .West by'Cobb bt.
Juilius 'C. Pardue ve'. S'; P. McNary,.
Adiinistrath~r,'a'psonse sixiog in the iowuT ,
or Hamburgi;known i'n the& plan of said
towvn gtilosjpomber 101,.'at present occ
pied. by Howard arid VMaddrulF Or/C,
on C~entre Sireet, havin'fifty feet front b
w woud'red feset back'.
John Bauskett vs. ~.Hammond,. the
interest oft the. Detbp 4dt~ract ofland
containing eight h'undred acres, more or
lees, adjoi.ning .lands.cf'.Wade Glover,.Jas.
ohnrc oHiQdinr,' .Lewia.Ensey;
thetrct.oflaticontaining one hnmdred
acres, mare'.oriess, adjoining of lands off
C. J. Clover,''on lll'sides, on tha waters.
of John Cirers .-Spring branch.
Terms of ede,-leaeh. ..E.D
State at'&outh Carolina,
EDGE MI.LD D1$TR ICT..
James Eiden, A pplicaw, vs.) Summron.
r James.Rodgert' & wire Sarah, in Par*
adid others Defenda ats. Zion.
[Twitiue of'it. orider from John Hill'
5.Esqn-e, Ordloiury of the District,
aforesad, in- stie'aliosye stated case, 1 will
proceed to se6 I al Fiiigefield C. H., on the
1st 'Monday in Anigust next, tho lands ho
longing to the.-Espate of James Eidson,
Sea or,;deceqsed, situate in said District~
adjoining andiiUf Martin tiso,. tire Es
millionf Jonn Gomillion, Mrs. higgy Go.
dm4lo an. 'othrs cobiigo un.
drd nt8nty and a hak~faseAit~ore or
lessTy isoldon a eredik up~titthe first
da fJantuary next.
Purdisisers wiN give bond-eaa go&
Spersona.C spcurity, and a gtoeigage of sha
r prekies ) the Ordisery to sectire the
H.- BOULW4I S E. D
- j41- 2244z
DGEFEDDS W T
QRDERED, thesaEa C*w Enty
or the Diot~ies
nsMondsy in Anuogaat ~ a
1hav benda sposed~r r