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' aayalistricts. .-%e are pleased:to see gentle
then oflearningaud experience-in thege matters,
their attention'to them, and- endeavoring, as
far as lies in their power,t develope 'the re
sources of their own farms as well as those of
their neighbors. ft give.us great pleasure also,
to see in otit exchanges w ell written essays on
any.subject connected with agricultnre.: They
cannot but produce beneficial results. We
know that there is'aauong a large class of ihr
mers, a. strong-prejudiceegainst what is vul
garly -called "Book learning," ii farming.
They think that it is all tIeory,aud nothing else
Because some of those gentlemen who write
learned essays on a'grieniture, are very indiffer
ont practical plasters, they thitik that sci'enti
tic knowledge on this subject is utterly useless.
Never was there a greater error. Ulrtil science
is applied to agriculture it never can advance to
tnuch extent. But for scienco.the agricultural
resources ofthe country, never coa!d be deve
loped. The ittle improvemetit which is now
going onta our State, is'to'be attributed sole
'ly'to this. ln.preportion as a scientific know
ledge of agriculture, is extended in the State,
in a corresponiding ratio, will'the wealtl, the
comfort; andthe general prosperity of the pea.
pie be advanced. This truth is so obvious,
'that it needs no argument to establish it. We
greatly desire'thit a tnowledge of agriculture
-should be taught is our ptincipal schools and
-academies, and,particularly ix our State Cl.
legs. We know that the excellent Professor of
'Chemistry, -in the last mentioned Institution,
-givesto his class many useful and practical
-snggestions,'but we would be pleased to see a
-department for teaching scientific agriculture
-exclusively. established. We hope that our
-enlightened Board of Trustees will at an early
day, give attention to this impor:ant matter.
Loss qfthe Sam Ship Great Britain.-The
Liverpool Times of October 4th, gives a parti
eular accoant of the wreck of the Steam ship
Gret Britain, on the north east coast of Ireland.
:Siheleft Liverpool on the morning of the 22d
of September, with about one hundred and
eighty-five passengers. Every thing presented
a fair appearance for a prosperons voyage.
The day was beautiful and the ship sailed well
About 4 or 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the
weather became think and t ogty, and as
fright closed the wind gradually freshened into
a gale. About half past nine'o'clock at night,
the vessel went ashore, at Rathmulen, in Dead.
san's Bay. Captain Ioskin made every ex
ertion, and the passengers, crew, and mails
were saved. The Great Britain was on the
sands, and it was doubtful if she could be got
Terrible Stormn at Key Wst.-In another co
lumn, wall be found an account of a most ter
rible storm, which lately visited Key West.
and caused great destruction of life and pro
Thomas Clarkson, so.extensively known as a
leading Abolitionist in England, is dead.
For the Advertiser.
According to notice, in. the last number
of the A dvertiser, a large concourse of the
ritizens.of the District, met in. the Court
House, on Monday the 2nd instant, for the.
purpose of considering the expediency of
connecting this place with the Charleston
and Hamburg Rail Road.
On motion of Col. F. IV. Pickens, the
meeting was organized by calling Col. W.
BRooKs to the Chair. and Dr. E. J. Mims
and George A. Addison to act as Secreta
The Chairman having explained, in a
fe* apprnpriate atnd forcible remaks, the
object of the meeting, Col. Pickens offer
'ed the following Resolutions :
Resolved, That a Committee be ap
puinted by the Chairman. to correspond
wvith the President and Directurs of the
Charleston and Hamburg Rail Road. or if
necessary, to meet them at their next
meeting, and confer with them fully as to
thte terms and coodirions upona which thecy
wvould:bb.. wiling to- allow us to make a
* unction at Aiken, or any othier point, and
also the terms- and conditions u pon which
r caf's and, produce from the ~cnplated
Rloqd, lan be tranlsported'Otn theits.
Resolved, That thte Commtutee report
to ho acljourned meeting, ont the first alon
dag in LDecember..
The Resolutions-:were so-pported by the
chiover, Col. P. S. Brooks and 1F. 11.
Wiardlaw, Esqr., wvilk much ability, and
were unanimously adopted bj the meet
rhe folloeragetlemeg were appointed
the Comnnvittee, under theo first resolution,
Col. F. WV. Pickens, S. F. Goode, Col. P.
S. Brooks, Avery Blanid. Capt. John Lips
comb, Win. C. Moreane, Esqr.. Col. S.
Christie, Col. M. Frazier atnd Dr. R. T.
On motion of Col.. Pickens, Col. Whit
AiefU Brooks was added lo the Committee,
and requested to act as Chairman.
Otn motion of Joseph Abney, Esq , it was
Resolved, TJhat the proceedings of the
mneeting be published in the Advertiser,
The meeting then adjourned until sale
day in December.
WHITFIELD BROOKS, Chairman.
E. J. .tss A 'e, Secretarie .
From the Ssuquehlanna Register
Although the public have been often im
posed upon by palesnt medliciues, yet occa
sionally a really usefal and beneficial me
dieine is despised. neglected, merely be
cause "found in bad comppny.", I amt led
to these remarks b) a donversation with a
friend~ a few days since.. She had been
atilicted for several years with a disease
of the heart, which had apparently brou'ht
her near the grave. One of ot'r most skil
ful physicians was called, who pronounced
- ' her disease incurable. An advert asment of
Dr Jayne's Expectorant in the Register,
caught tue eye of her friends, and a bottle
of it was immediately procured at Bentley
& Mitchell's, in M~ootrose. Before she
had taken it two'da'yi there, was an appa
rent improvement. Slie34' .not taken
t wo botles asjer, buar her hdalth na becn
nearly restored.ai *r
I have no -personai mnotive for redom
mending ibis medicine, but merely state
this fact, hoping that it ay miet the eye
ef some who are- laboriug under similar
diseases, that they may likewise Tartake
of its benefits.
A FRIEND TO HUMIANITY
JANE'S AGUE PILLS.
These Pills are put up in vials contain
ing from 25 to 30 Pills each, and being
thus excluded from the air, never deterio
rate or undergo any change, .and are WAt,
RANTED, if used according to the directions,
to be ano INFALLIBLE REMEDY for
FEVER AND AGUE.
R. S. ROBERTS is Dr. D. Jayne's
only Agent at Edgefield Court House.
Beware of Counterfeits !
November 3, 3t 41
Nails, Castings, &c. &c.
1 Kegs Nails. superior quality,
11ubetter than any offered before in
4O0 L"Aspartanburg Cas
'00- 0PAIR Negro Shoes,
6b 0 0 YDS. of extra NEGRO
CL U TH, all wool filling.
A good lot of Sole and Upper LEATHER,
For sale by
Fo by S. F. GOODE.
novomber4 tf 41
Glass Pad Trusses
4 New article, together with a large assort
ment of Double and Single TRUSSES
for Rupture. new Drugs and Chemicals, Sul
phate of Quinine at $3 25 per ounce; Blue
Stone at 121 cents a pound; Black Pepper 12A
cents a pound; Ginger 124 cents a pound.
R. S. ROBERTS,
Nov3 1846 41
Daily expected, Shoulders and Sides of Ba
con, Figs. Almonds, Citron, Currants, Irish
Potatoes, with many new and seasonable goods
A FEMALE TEACHER. to take charge
of a small School, for the ensuing year.
The location of the School is near the road
leading from Edgefield Court House to Aiken,
One that can come well recommended will
meet with employment at a reasonable salary.
Application may be made through the Post
Office, Edgefield, or to either of the subscribers
Nov 2, 1846 tf 41
T HERE will be si~l, by the undersigned,
on the 14th of December next. on a
credit of twelve months. at the late residence
of Thomas J Hibbler deceased,
4S Likely Negroes,
Eighty or One hunIred balrs of Cotton,
Sixteen Horses and Mules; a large number of
Hogs, Cattle and Sheep. three thousand bushels
of Corn, a la:rge quantity of Fodder, one lot of
Cotton Seed, and Seed Oats, &c. Household
and Kitchen Furniture, Plantation Tools and
one set of Blacksmith Tools. Also one Buggy
and Cart iage; two Road Wagon dnd Harness,
two Carts and two pair of Oxen.
The Sale will commence at the Hard Labor
place, and afterwards be continued at the Sand
Hill place, until all the articles enumerated are
All persons having demands ag'tinst the Es
tate, are reqested to present them duly attest
ed; and all persons indebted to the .Estate are
urged to make paynent." a final settlopeut
of t'e 'estate' will be to as soon as the law
directs. J. P. PERRIN,
Nov 2, 1846 6t 41 Aduinikrator,
Land Ior Sale. -
B Y consent of parties. will be sold, for di
vi ion, at Edgefield Court House, on the
first Monday in December next, (if not disp s
el of by private sile hetfire that tim.) a tract
of Laid containing 1314 ares, miore or less,
situate on the roamd lenedinmg from lwit's Ferry
to Hamutburg. twenity four miles from the for
mer place, adjointing lands belongintg to Benj.
Murrel,Thtomas De Loach, and others, it being
the premises ott which Jamtes WViggints, dec'd.,
A credit of one year witIllie gi'.'n. A note
and approved security ofceurse will be requsir
ed of the purchaser. Adj 5jersonm wishing 16
purchase at private srile tvouhl dfo wielt to ap.
ply toJJOOHN -R IDDLE. or
November 4 5t 41
Lost or Stoleni -
A T the residence of Washington Freeman,
in this District. on the 14th Septemtber, a
small red SAT1CH ELL. with bh ick spots, con
taining a small Pocket Botok, which book con
taiined sundry papers. of tno value except to
the subscriber. Anmonag the papers, there is an
obligaetion or bondu. dra wn in favor- of M iss
Sarah E. Freeman, dated 15th September 1845:
for ione hundred and twenty dollars,anad signed
by-.Wn. A. Crazier aind Shurly Cook , thirty
deollars of said- hond has ucen paid by- the
drawecs, and a separate rsoeipt given for the
samte, signed by Sasah E. F'reeman. The
Pocket Bank also contained 1 $5 bill, 4 10cett
pieces, and 2 5 cent pieces.
SARAH B. FREEMAN.
niovember 42 t* 41
ON on d a, t.Edefield Village, a
malWallet Pocket B.>ok. containing a
tnte of hand, but no money. The owner cani
have the same by provinag property and paying
for this adveitisement. E-nquire at this office.
Nov 4 tf 41
A- LL Persona htaviing demands ag-dnst the
estate of Joel Roper, Senr., dec'd., are re
quested to present them legally attested. andi
thIose indebted a're reguested to mnake immedi
ate payment. JUEL ROPER, Adrn'tr.
novem.iber 4 f 41
L - Notice. .
LL Persons having demasnds against the es
tate of Charles Limbeeker, dec'd., are re
qiuested .to present thenm legally attested, and
th'ise iadeltted are requested to make imme
diate pay bient , . RPR dTl
no'vember 4 tf 41
State of South Caroihna,
EDGEFIELD DISTICICT. .
Columbus Blair, A pplicant, ) Stnnimons
vs. Sarah Blair and oth - int Par
ers, Defendants. )tition.
T appearin't to may satisfaction that Chris to.
pher Blair,'Polaski L. Blair, Geo, W- Blair,
Robert Jennings, and Clement Jennitngs,
heirs'end distributees of the estate of Jas.
M. Blair, deceased, lives beyond the lim
its of this State,. It is tberefore ordered,
that they do appear' and object to the sale
or division of. the. real. estate of said de
teased -on or before .The first Monday in
February next.or their consent will be en
tered of record,
Gives mynde my hand, at. my office,
tis3rd'day oflDyovemvber, 1846.
..01ON HILL, 0 E D.
Wm-cmbdrS 12t ,1
State of South Carolina,
vs. James Tompkins,
s and others.
N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an order of the Court of Equi
ty, in this case, I shall sell at Edgefield
Court House, on the First Monday in De
cember next, one tract of land belonging
to the estate of Samuel Tompkins, Seur.,
deceased, situated in the District ar;d State
aforesaid, being the tract of land whereon
the deceased resided at the time of his
death, containing four hundred and two
acres, more or less, lying on Stephen's
Creek, and adjoining lands of the estate of
Stephen Tompkins, Senr., deceased, Jas.
Black well, John Briggs and others.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of
one year, except as toso much as will pay
the costof this suit up to that time.
.; The purchaser to give buud with good
and personal security, and a mortgage -of
the premises to secure the purchase
S. S. TOMPKINS,c.E. E. D.
Comrnm'rs. Office, Nov. 3 5t 41
State Sot' South Carolina,
John Hill, Ordinary,
N otice is hereby given. that by virtue of an
order from the Court of Equity, in this
case, I shall sell at Edgefield Court House,
on the first Monday in December next,
the mortgaged premises described in the
bill, viz :
A tract of land lying and being in the
District and State aforesaid, on the waters
of horse Creek, bounded by lands of the
estate of John Tarrance and others, and
containing one hundred acres, more or
Said laud to he sold on a credit of six
months from the day of sale, except the
costof this suit and the cost of the judg
ment at law, to be paid in cash.
The purchase money to be secured by
bond with adequate security; but no title
to be executed until payment of the
same, and in default of payment of the
said mortgaged premises. to be re-sold on
the first day of bheriff sale.next thereafter,
S S TOMPKIMS. c ED.
Comm'rs Office, Nov 3 5t 41
*Mary Moore and others,
vs. Michael Barr,
Administrator, and others.
NOTICE ishereby.given, that by virtne of
an order from the Court of Equity, I'shall
sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in December next, the land de
scribed in the bill in this case, of which
Samuel Moore, deceased, died, seized and
possessed, viz :
One tract of Land, nine bundred and
sixty acres, tnore or less, situate adjoining
. lying in the District- ard State afore
said, on West Creek, waters of Cloud
Creek, waters of Little Saluda. River,
bounded on the north by lands belonging
to Azariah Stone, and the estate of John
laabnet, on the west by lands belonging to
George Raison. oa the south by John and
Joel -loabnets land. and on the east by
lands belonging to Villiam Stone and T.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one,
t wo and three years. in equal anntual in.
stadments, except as to cost of suit, to be
paitd in cash.
The purchase money to be securetd by
bond tand good and sullicient securities,
and a mortgage of the pi-emities.
S S TOMPKINS, c E D.
Comnm'rs Office, Nov 3 5t 41
State of South Carolina,
William HI Cl~egg and wife, Bill for
vs. David Outz and others. Part'inn.
NOTIC E is hereby aiven, that by virtue of
nn order fromn thc Court of Equity, I shall
sell on the first Mondlay in Decemn'er next,
a part of the Real Estato of John Outz,
A tract of land containing aecording to
a-re-survey plat made by lsate Boles, D.
S., one hundred and fifty acres, lying ott
Sleepy Creek, and on the south side of
the Long Cane.- Road, and adjoining
lands Iof Jacob Timmerman, Elizabeth
Dorn, John Ilarling and others.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one
year, except as to thte cost of this suit, to
be paid in cash.
Purchases to give bond and good secu
rities for the purchase motney.
S S TOMPKINS. c E D.
Comm'rs Otlice, Nov 3f5t 41
State of80outh Cnfolina.
John L. Freeman and others,) IBill
vs. Garrett F. Freeman ~.for
' -and ot hers. Parti'ion
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue or
an order of the Court of Equity, made in
this case, I shall' sell at Edgefield Court
[House, on the first Monday in December
next, the Iollowing six :negros, viz:.Cha
ney, Sarah, Sylvia, F'rank, Ellen and
Said negroes will be sold on a credit of
twelve mornhs, except as to so much as
will pay the cost of this suit, to be paid in
Putrchase-s to give hond anti good secu
rities for the puOrchase money.
/S S TOMPKINS, O E' D;.
Comm'rs Office, Nov 3', 5t 41
State of So~uth Carolina,
Sampson B. Mays and John ) Bill
J. af-s vs. Frances M. | for..
Mays and others. -J Partidon
IT appearng to my satisfaction that William
*. B. M ays', one of the defendahtts in this basir,
resides without the limit, of this State, ordered
that thme said Willianm B. May., do appearin this
Court, plead, answer or demur to this Bill,
within three months from the date of the pub.
lication of this order, or the said Bill be talkit
pro contfesso against hitn.
8.8. TOMPK[NS. c. E.FE..D.
State of South Carolina,
Y JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordinary
Whe'reas Edmond Boyd, hath applied
to me for letters. of Administration, with
the will anne ., on all and singular the
goods, and chattels, rights and credits of
Susannah-Boyd, late of said District, afore
These! are, therefore, to.cite and admon
ish all and'singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and alipear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be bokleu at Idge
field Court House on the 16th day of
November inst., to show cause, if any,
why the said administration should not be
Given under rriy hand and seal, this the
30th day of October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and for
iy-six, and in the seventy-first year of
JOHN HILL, o. E. n.
Nuvr. 4 2t . 41
State of South Cii1ina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
BY JOHN HILL, Esquire, Ordinary
of Edgefieid District ,
Whereas, Freeman G. Martin, hath ap
plied to me for Letters of -Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chattels.
rights and credits of Reeves Martin, late of
the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to bb and appear
before me,'at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holden at Edge
field Court House, on the 16th day of No
vember next, to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this the
30th day of October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and for
ty six. and in the seventy first year of
American Independence. -
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
november4 2t 41
"T iRIFF REDUCED."
WL KETCHUM, & Co.
A RE now in the receipt of their Stock of
FALL and WINTER
Our new Stock was pauchased very late in the
season,in order to get the free benefit of the
"REDUCTION OF THE TAR[FI'."
And we can now offer our late purchases. at
prices altogether below those bought early in
the season. Our assortment is too extensive to
enumerate articles. But our customers may
depend upon getting their orders filled with
the finest and most 3
FASfIONIA E GOODS,
at prces to suit, wi Ithe troublee;f looking
In additiog toT
GOODS; we hav
Window ; ' . -
october28. . , 8t 40
Merchant Tailor Shop.
T l E Tailor Shop lately kept over our store,
is removed to the building formerly occu
pied by D. D. PLUNKETT, nearly opposite
onr Store, where we are now prepared to ex
hibit for the itspection of out friends, custo
mers and the public a much larger, finur and
than have ever he fore been ufTered in a aimailar
EstablishinetL in H amiburg-also atn excellent
assartmenlt ef Cotton. Silk and M~erino SaInTS
and DRAwERs, Satin. & Self-adjusting Svocxs.
Bososts, iCOLLAns, CRAVATs, POCKET Haso
KERCHIFs', Gt~ovcs,-SUSPENDtEs, &C. &c.
T~he Manufacturitng Deptartent is tunder theo
Stnperintendance of Mr. H. B Gooanica, whose
experience and taste cannot fall to give statis
factiotn to all who may favor our shop with
All work atde at our shop ifl'ARRANTED
to please both int FIT anod IVORXMAANSHIP
or no sale.
W M. KP.TCIHUM & CO.
H atnbura. October 21, 1816.
october 28 . t 40
5O Bushel., Seed Rye, for s-alc in
Sacks of 2 and 3butshe t each, at $1
per bushel, the sacks thtrowe n:
G L &EPENN.
october 28 ' i 40
Our stockc of Shoes is bnnlually
Slarge, of every uariety,.to suit thte
season, and cheatp.
G. L & E PENN.
october 28 . t f 40
flats anad Caps,
Now receiving by the subscribers,
a very large stock of Fashionsa
ble Hats dr. Caps, for gentle
men anid boys.
G. L. & E. PENN.
october 28 tf 40
0, L. & E. PENN,
, ARE NOW RECEt'tNG,
T lf dIi and Winter Goods,
embacig a very large aud desirable as
sortmetnt of .
Stapie and Fancy Goods,
and every variety of articles usually kept in
their line, which they offer for sale, on accom
modating terms.tf 4
october 28tf 4
GOSHEN BUTTER at 25.cgnts a pou nd,
Malaga Grapes, at 25 ets a pound,
New crop Raisins, 125 cents a pound,
Bed Tick, at l25 cents a yard.
Red Flannel, at 25 cents a yard,
Lard in Kegs, at 10 cents a pound,
Lamp Oil, winater strained, at *i 37h cents a
gallotn, , - -
Goshen Cheese, yIearo 18;ogans, wit a-large
assortment of new Drtugs and Medicines,
at fovw cash cash prices.
Edgefield C H-. 26th Oct 1846..
october2S 2t 40
-JUST RECEIVED -
lY J. D. TJBBETTS, a~ fresh supply el
the Sulphate ol'Quinine. ;
-Ont2I tf 2
For the Adcertiser.
To TUE CHURcHstoF THE EDGEFIELD BAP
Dear Brethren.-The Home Mission Board
request your attertion to the subject it the fol.
lowing extract from the Minutes o' 'the Asso
ciation, recently held at Siloam Church, and
ask you to sehd'up to tie Chairman of the
Board at Edgefield C: H., your views upon it'
at an early period.. You will please lnot only t
to state the manner in which you. desire- the
continuance of Home Missions, but also the
sums you will contribute for their support. If
the answers are sent by wail, be pleased to
pay the postdge.
WILLIAM B. JOHNSON.
Edgefield C. H., S. C., 1st Oct. '46.
Extract from the htnutes. e
"Resolved, That the Home Mission l3oard.be ?
instructed to consult the Churclies of this As.
sociation, and to employNl issionarie?- to carry t
on Home blissionary operations, or not, a., the
Churches may direct."
T HE Subscribers anxious to bring their tin
settled business to a final close. once
more and for the-last time would einestry ia
press upon all persons.indebted to theni, the
neiessity of forthwith closing all demands due
They now mdst respectfully request and sin
cerely hope, that all ihin owe theait will make
their arrangements to settle such dues during I
the Fall and Winter. At the same time, ban
dour retqitires that we should say, all such claims
as remain unsettled at return day fur March
Court next, must be settled with other persons
than ourselves. . b
A. BLAND. a
W. P. BUTLERlt I
october 2$ if 40 e
'tab Jockey Club Races
e the Cherokee Pond, will commence on
Athe 3d Tues~iday, 17th-.Novem~bpr, and
continue throughout the week.
Fine sport is anticipated, as- the following
gentlemen have already engaged to attend
with Stables.of Horses, viz. Capt.-Stewart, Col.
Alyees, Capt. Rowe, Mir. Suth, Air. Slugle
ton, uiqd -lr. Jewel!.
ucluber 14 . .3t 38
FOR SALE IN 'll l MOST LESIR
ABLE PORTION OF
T IIE Subscribers utter for sale their vali
able LAN DSsituated in Jetlersion coun
ty, Florida, lying directly on the.Ocela. river,
contaitiirig about .eighteen hundred acres, situl
uted on a public road, within nine miles of
Monticello, a flonri.4hing village, also'.withiis 35
or 40 miles of niarket, one thousand acres of
the above land is hammock of the first order,
and a large portion of the remainder are.oak
and hickory. On the premises are a IDwehlig
House 48 by 50 feet not quite finished, together
with other. necessary out buildings. The Land
is wellkwatered and timbered. There are 450
acresdf open land'on the premises, nearly all of
which are freshl~banmmock, and in best possible
condition for cultivation.
This tract of land is offered low and liberal
indulgences will be given to an approved pur.
baser. ..ftIdesir.ed, tite land will be divided to
it ptaiioseirs.'-, , -
.,.H:O, NGSWORT H,"
. ;K E. HOLLINGSWORTH.
october21: if 39
9T The Charleston Courier and Greenville
Mountaineer will givethe above four insertiont,
semi.monthly, and forward accounts to this
omnie. .- : , .-.. t
La d, Stock, &c. For Sale.
T HE-Subscriber now offers for sale, the
Plantation on which he now lives, on the
(25th) twenty fifth day of November next, con
taining (560) five hundred and. sixty ucree,
more or less, lying on the nourth prong of the
H alfway Swvamp, waiters of Sialuda river, about
one hundred aini fifty acres of frs cleared
Land, well adapted to the growth of Cotton,
Corn, and smailt grain, and all under excellent
fence ; about (3010) three hundred acres of wood
lnd, well timiberedl, with a Dwelling H~ouse
and good out builinags, with a spring and well
both excellent. Those wishing to purchase,
will do wvell to call and examine for thiemselves,
as I am determined to sell without reserve.
Likewise-'On the saine daiv,and at the same
place.! shall tireceed to dell Corn,Fo'dder, and
P'lantatioin Tools ; aii excellent road WVagon.
with a small phantation WVagnn. and nine head
of good work Hlorses anid M la'es. with some
oter stock. .JOlN C H RISTIE.
otober 14 .(6t - .38
ELLIOTT & WRlIGE,
Iy'A01.:HGOUS E & COMMISS ION V
IIJAi1UanG, a. C.
ANNOUNCFE to theirfriends, and the puib:
Alic, thaot they have asocimted themselves
together, for thie tra rsaction of the above,
business ini all its branches. In offering their
services to the public in the above. they pledge
theselves to devote their undivided attention
- TO TilE SELLING OFi . . ' ?
Cotton. Flour, & other ?aroduce,
RECEIfiNG AND FoRWARIiNG GOODs.
Buying goods for Planters, or attend to any
other businies usually transacted by
B. Et..IO-rT, 5. -1- WRiGIIT. .
Hamburg. Sept. 29,1816.
setember 30 .g . co4t 36
ADAIRY OF FINE BUTTER. A Dai
.ry of really fine Butter. is wanted to sup
ply the subscriber's Store. it is for the use of
families ini the neighborhood. and to be agreed
for at a specified average price the year round.
The Dairy niay he in any of the adjoi .ing dis:
tricts. Price and snpponted or probable quan
tity mast he niamed, and if by letter, piost paid.
Cash, or Mlerchandize at Cash prices in return.
The Butter muist he put tip so as to keep eith
er in kegs or crocks, and delivetra at Edgefield
C. HI. - *. R.. S. ROBERTS.
october 14 ' 3t . 38:
The Hamburg Repbulican will copy the
above 3 tme.
Valuable Cotton L and
T HIE Subscriber will olr for sale to the'
highuest bidder, on thec third 5lonuday in
November, his islauatationi on KEyrrad,twen-.
tynine mde~s fromi Hamburg, containing eight.
hundred and twenty-nin'e acres (829) by stnr
vey, aliout fonir hundred and fafty o'fwhich is
excellent woodland; the soila iwmell adapted to
the cuilture of Cotton and Grain., The planta
tion is twnder good fencitig, anid hn a high state
of cultivltion. 'On -the p):emises there is a
coaamodious Dwelliing, Gin house, Screw,
abd all necessary ont buildings. Thone wish
ing to purchase will please call anid examnine
for themselves. A t the same time I will'sl'
my crop of Corn, Fo'dder, Hogs. (fat and stock)
Cattle, Plantation Tools, &c. &c.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
T. F. KEiTH.. .
eptember 9 .'10t"' 'ET
The. I~...,urg Jn,,rnal will cony. I
-1nportagt to Teachers.
T H E- Underigned having been appointed
a Committee by a meeting of the citi.
eus calledin tse.idcimty of G'eenweod, Ab
aoville District, f'r'the purpose of adoptin
aeasureato establish' Male and Female Acdes
nies in raid Village, unddr fhe supervisiorand
:ontroI ofthe Baptist Denopninstion, to adver
ise for Teachers ir the eeveatiI deparanenuthi
,vould iafurii all' who may desire fb engage in
eaching. that they will receive. 4ppheatioqs
antil the 15th ofNovember next..
There are wanted three competent Instruc
ors; viz: 'in the Male School, a Teacher who
s qualified to prepare young-nen for College.
n the Female Academy a Male Teacher, well
nalified to instruct in the highedt branches of
ducation'would be preferred; yet, applications
vill be received from female Teachers of expe'
ience, for this department. Also one Female
reacher in the Musical Department.
None need apply) for either Department ex
ept such as can furnish high testimonials of
moral character and of qualifications for teach
ir., Greenwqod is r pleasant Village. sitnaa
din a healthy part of Abbeville.
Persons applying by letter can address Albert
faller, IWoodvile P. 0... Abbevills Dis', S. C.
t any of the underslgncd who reside in Green
vood, can Ihe seen on peribnal application.
J. F. WATnN, y. M. CriLas,
V. G RRIFFUT, W. P. HILL,
IV. Srrir, A. WAILER,
W. B. Eaoos, - R. M. WHITE.
September 23 4twsw 35
The Carolina Baptist will copy semimonthjl
ill the 15th Novenber, and send account to
be Abbeville Baunii.
ILL BE SOLD, at Edgefiehl Court
H ouse, on thq first Monday in Eecem
er ne t, twanty seven hundred and ninety
caes of Land, belungihsg'tu the estate of Jobn
ox, deceased, lying on:the waters of .Chavers'
reek (Jernigan's branch,) between ten and
welve miles from ,Hamburg, and about the
ame distance from the Court House, the great.
r part between the .Edgefield. and Columbia
oads, the firat passing along a part of the wes.
arn line, and the last through the whole lengti
if the whole tack, adjoining lands of Benjamin
t. Tillman, (Chester plantation) Cosby, But
ir's 'estate, Howard, Bartlett, Rambo,. and
tiers. The tract is well timbered. .
It will be divided before the sale, and one
dlat of the subdivisiona left at Cosby's, one at.
Sidgefield 'Court fIlouse. and one at Aiken.
Terms iade kuows at the time of sale.
H. H. CUMMING.
Ez'rs. of John Fox, dec'd.
september 9 13t 33
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION .
B U'S'IN.' 8
AND REVEWVING & I .RWARDING
HE itidersi'ned begs leave to id orm hie
friends and the public, that he still con
inues the .
It his old stand, and will also atted to the
teceiving and Forweiding of Goods and other
rlerchandaze, and the sale of Cottop'. and nilP
ther business usually transacted by'a-cdm
issionrf-uerchant. Hip charges will be in ad
ordance with.the times..' .
. -. :'HOMIAS KEltNAGIHAN.
Hamburg, Septenber 4. eo3mn 33
State: of Sotidh Carolina..:
EDGXF'rEL . I )tCT. ,
IN 1 HE COMMON.EAS.
S. T Hughes. Derlarbtion. in
s. . .. Foreign
Paschal Tillman. - " Attachment.
1He Plaintiff in the a Ave case hiavipg this
.T. day filed his.declarattor in my office, and.
he Defendant having neither Wife nor At-.
orney known to reside.'within the limits of
his State, on whom ;a copy of said Declera;
ion with a rule to plead can be served, on mo
ion, Griffin, Plaintif's Attorney, ordered that
laid Defendant appear and, plead to said Dec.
atration within a year and. a~day from the datd
tereof, er judgment .will be.awardcd against
im by defanut. . T. G. BA CON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Ian. 30, 1846. ly 3
State of 86nth Carolina.
IN THE COMM1ON PLEAS.
3. C. Codidiet & Co.
vE . '' Dec. inA ttach'nt..
H1E Plaintiff's in the above stated cas&
.havirng thais day.-fied his declaration,
n my officee, on.motioit of H. R. Spmnn..
Esq., 'it is 0-rdered, That the said De-'
endant '(do0-apitear ' and pldad to thd
aid declarati-,n.' within 'a yeai- and a
iny rromn the date hereof, or in defaulf7
hereof final. andabsolutec'judgment will
twarded agninst, him.
TlHO -.*O. BACON. c. c. c. r.
Clerk's Of fic A pril.14,1846. 12 1,y
State of-~ Souith Carolina,
'IN THE" .COMNIAON PLEAS.
Williansonm Dalton, )Decdaration.
vs. , .Foreign Attachment.
HE'B Plaintiff iii the above case, having
kthisday filed his Declaration in my. of
See, and the Defendant having. nelthe.: wife'
nor attorndy, known. to reside within the limnits
af this State, ont whom a copy of said Peclara-.
tion. wilt7 a rulp..tg plead, can be served. On.
notion of M r. Ya ncey, Plaintiff's attorney, at-'
dere~d, that the slaidDefendant appear and plead'
to the'said Declaration. within a 'yeair and ii
Jay. fioin the date Tierdof, or judgment will be
awvarde8 against him by default.'
*THO0 G. BAGON, Clerk .
C.lerk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 24th Sep. 184G.
september30 - . y
State of' South Carolina,
- EDGEFIELD DlSTRICTi."
fN T'HE. COURT OF' ORDINARY.
* OC-rOBER JO, 1846.
nucy S.nndersApplicantt, s's. )Simmous in
Rodger Thotnas and wife, and Partition..
T appearing to mny satisfactioti, that ROd-~
Igem Thomas and wife Caroline, and lidry'
Ann Welch, a minnr, lives without the llaiitd
of this State, it is therefore ordered, :Athey~j
do appear and ohjeet to the sale or diviion of'
the read estate of Nathaniel Sanders, dec'd' of
or before the first Monday in Januaryieit', of
their consenat to the same iwill he'ewterd fte'
cord. Given, under my .hand at nay office, the.
day and date above written. --.-'
JOHN HJILL,'o. E, Doq
october 14 . ., : s3
(YN The friends-ofEDMsUitb MoI)Is
Esq., announce him #s'a ednddateffihl
office of Tax collector at the next electjont
Nov 6. .-. - f,,4L..
, gyiThe, friends of. SAarsore, B. Mayd.
annooneeimR as a candidate for i Ogee~
af Tax de'llector at tbe next el iiz
Oct. 30 . . .. ti. . c.
- (?'We- are authorizcled.,t a onnee
'o Taz' Collecutor at th~~e de!ecion.