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bver the minds of the people in the oti
tates, as it did here, wheti our politicians
who h::d been le:ding and stimulating otu
people to resist:mce in the cause, since till
.year 184S, accidentally were found in tII
-rear, calling upon the ranks to halt. We al
!knoW the hesitation and doubt that spreal
over the public mind at. the discovery: let iu
not subject our friends. in the othe'r States
to so painful a trial. The det.ection of a po.
litician can be withstood: but the desponden
cy of a whole State would be a deplorabk
injury to our cause.
We are glad to perceive that our
worthy Executive is received everywhere
with enthusiasm. Evena in (reenville,
the Mountaineer says, a brilliant ball
was given him at McBee's Hall. At
Piekensville his address to the encamp.
ment produced great eflfet. The Moun
" In that vast assembly the submission
ists numbered but few, but, to those few
portions of Gov. Means' address must
have felt like melted lead. He informed
them that, protest and wriggle as they
may, the secession of S. Carolina, at no
diait day, was a fixed fact. TIhat no
matter low unwillingly, they had to stand
the (to them) awful calamity. Their idol
--their glorious Union-which quiets all
their fears, cloaks all their cowardice
and reconciles them to be willing and
plundered slaves, would be shattered, and
there was no help fo1r them. 1le also
said to our co-operation friends that he
felt it due to them to state that from a
very large and extensive correspondence
vith leading men in all the slaveholding
States, he was satisfied that all hope of
co-operation was vain, lit that he couId
add for their and the secessionists satis
faction that he had also received assur
ances from every quarter of the whole
South, that at the first tap of a hostile
drum thousands and thousands of the
choicest spirits of the lnd would be with
A letter received at this oflice, from
Rockywell Lexington, dated August 30,
states that a violent whirlwind passed
through that neighborhood on Saturday
night, the 23d uilt., between two and three
o'clock, ranging from one to three hun.
dred yards in width. Its power was tre.
mendous, twisting and blo\ving up by the
roots and carrying trees, 10 or 12 inches
in diameter, some three hundred yards;
sweeping nearly every thing in its range;
blowing down houses and unroofing
those that were left. Fodder and shing
les h:ne been fountd three miles di-tant.
Amongst the sufferers are IleHry andI
Johit Kensler, Who had their out builings
and fences blown down. Jacob Keasler,
Senr., had his gin holuse .blown down,
and his wagon and gig, which were tin
der it, broken; most of his out buildings
were unroofed and his eorn and fodder
vecry inuch inijur-ed. Captain Kensler
was, on Suntday morning, completely
haouseless, having all his buildings down,
with the exception of a small smoke house,
which stood with one corner of the cover
-- avn-it. Mr. and Mrs. Keasler were slight
ly bruised. but their four- children escaped.
Tio view the place, on Sunday morning,
it would senm they must all h~ave been:
crushed to death, and it is regairded as
a miracutlons escape. John II. Vansat
had his kitchen blown down and all his
other- bulding~s racked and unroofed. The.
whi rlwind passed through Isate Vanasatnt's
plantation, some hialf mile in thme pin
woods, near, Cailk road ; it there abated,
or rose above tihe trees. The inry dlonme
was considerabtle. There was a good
deal of rain anid and a strong witnd all
dar Sumday, which hams injunred the crops
nn',re or less.-S tate-Riighits Repu blicant,
"Finn iN' -ruis 31rr.uxYS."- Amongo
the con fusion and excitement at tetnding thie
pitica:l discussions of the dayv occasional
ly a good thing is said whieb should tnt
he lo:st. At a miuster' gr-ound in :an adjoin
ing distr'ict, thet-e live ant ol mani nioted
for' his honest, good humored, jolly life'.
A few' days ago, wvhilt ai partyV of gentle
maen were taking a quiet dish of polities
at his house the old man would occamsiqn
ally joitn in the conversatiotn, atnd by' his~
q1uainitness piroduce conside'rablle mner:i
ament. " O! yes," says the old fellow,
"our- memabers to Con:gress arec all clever,
honest fellows, no doubt; hut there is
onte thing I dotn't like about them--I
never like to see a fellow set fire to the
woods, atnd theni r-un off an leave it
Zonds ! thiey have beena firing the moun
tains for yeatrs back as sooni as they have
got the blaze up), I'll be shut if they aintt
ai trying to put it out with little pitne
bushes ? First it was fire, ruin, destr-ue
tion, if w-e didn't resist; and now it is
blockade, big ships, war stmt-vatiotn, and1(
fiami:re, if wve do risist! I don't like this
w'ay of lather in' people up to fighitin,'
and then slitherin' them dowvn to submiis
sion, I tell you I dotn't,.boys."
From (lie State-Rights Republican.
P'aIsnCP. AND I'RtACTICF..-ls iL right t(
inlliet a slightt act of injunstice ? Is it ri.ihtl
to bear one ! Every' man of courage inde
penldenice will at once answer, No ! 'T
satme principle whlich le~aves Ie dloubting ani
uncertain, wuhien 1 tamely submit I t o tne wvrong
'w ill utterly abandon toe, when I sutlTer anos
thier, and so, by degrees 1 shiall become the
veriest of slaves. Whal~t ! shtall a freemnl ad.
mit that he is oppressed, and counllsel stin.
missoion, because, forsoothm, the odds are a.
gainst htim? A way with the dastard thought
it is idle to talk of the best mode of action
whenn the assassin's threat. All that remnaim
fo'r hinm, lt s'iuch a momei~lnt, is thle use 01 hi:
own right arm. Hie must not wvait for hi:
frienids to comec, andi help him, or cry "eoc
opecratioin," till lie sees his childr-e: level
led with the mud-colored sonls 01 Atfriesi.
(j Nr.w PosT OrFIC.-A new Pos
Otliee lhas been establisheod in M::rion (listrict
called Sugar Hill, and N. Carmichael aippoin
Supply your soap-sudn~s ti your grap
iies alit rose bushes; they will be bene
fitted by it.
. TErr DQons must keep near shore.
IAlBL*RG, Sept. 2.
Later accounts from Europe, received to-day
by Telegraph, advising an eighth advance in
Cotton, is made prices firmer and an advance
is demanded by holders. We quote 8 1-2 for
fair. Bacon advancing and in brisk demand,
Sides 12 a 12 1-2, Shoulders 9 1-2 a 10, 1anlis
1:. 1-2 a 13 1-2, Lard 13 a 14.
There is quite a Cuban eXcitlneent here at
present-4"> left Snannal in the Paipero Inst
Saturday morning, and another party are to leave
the samne City next Thursday nigit, a part of
which latter party will be composed of young
men from this town and Augusta. There is a
concert of action throughout the country and
large parties are leaving almost in the face if
Uncle Sam's authority. The fate of Cuba ap
pears to be sealed. 0. P. Q.
For the Southern Congress.
Ma. ElITOR: I offer for the consideration of
the voters of this Congressional District,ol. F.
W. PzeKE.xs and I).tY-rox NX.%er, Esq., as
candidates to repressent it in the Southern Con
gress. They are gentlemen of ripe experience,
if tried patriotism, and united to the State by
the highest and holiest ties. These gentlemen
would possess some advantages from their at
tenilance upon tihe Nashville Convention above
many others, no less worthy and qualified in
other respects. A VOTEIL.
JHoofiand'i German Bitters.
WI. would call the attention of our readers to
the advertiseinent of Dr. Hoom.xu's celebrated
German Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. 1. JA csox,
No. 1210 Arch street, Phi!adelphmia. fit eases of
Liver complaint. Dyspepsia, Disease of the Kid
neys, and all diseases arising fron a disordered
stomach, their power is not excelled, if equalled,
by any ther known preparation, as tile cures
attest, in many cases, after the imiost celebrated
physicitms had failed. We can colnienious6mly
reC1imnmend this medicine, as being what it is re
conmieniled, ::id nr-ge our realers who are uf
lieteil to procure a bottle. mil they will be con
vinced of tihe truth we assert.
A CO-OPE-RATION UARBECUE will be
iven at Capt. J.uss )oax's on Saturday tile
2011th inst. The citizens of Edgefield and the
adjoining Districts are respectfully invited.
Several able speakers may be expected to ad
dress the meceting.
.101IN LANfDRL'3M, ' n
). 1O.LAN). |
.1. C. S.\l\' l . - |- i
. W. NICIOL.SON, I
.AME s DORN, )
Sept. 1, l.1.
Butler Lodge, No. 17 1. 0 0, F.
A ReAgular meeting of this Lodge
::,. will be held on 1onday evening nex
at 8 oclock.
R. T. .ID.S, See'v.
Sept. 41, 1851 t f 3:3
1st Brig, of Cavalry, S. C, 1Y,
C.\ll, P RLTTLER, August 2 1851.
ORD ER NO. 8.
.CotilR'14A RTrArL, to ransist of seven
A Alembters, witi asseumble on Saturday,th
6thI day of Septembeltr next, at Lomngmire's. for
lie trial of all defaui!tinmg Coammlissioined I llieers
au-l1 Ser:geants fromi tihe 2nd1 R egimieint of Cavalry
at thie liri zadet Eiina~memnt.
Th~e Court will be compolisedl of
Ciil. lTeos. W. L~xmsuty. President :maps.
1.ints ..1 1. YetL1IL, d. B. G.tRIFN anmd A.
Sielit. 1. S. Untooms, Regimental Stal, will
act as d1 sh'e A dvocate.
Sergt.1 J.. L. Tae~mer. Sergeanit at .\rmns.
Capltains uf Coanlies emnoin~~~ig thel 2n~d
Regliet of Cavalry, will cauise aill defauinlg
Oficersofi tli cir cionnnlandls. ti ble suinonied lie
tore the (Court to rendler ini thirl excuelis, and1.
will turnh evidtence of the same to thme Court at
its timme of sit ting.
Thle Adjutant of the: RIegiinientt will summon
tile Gefaiultinrr Fiel and1 Stall' )1li:ers to appear
before thle Court and reudei in their excnses. aiid
furnishi evlilellce of the samie to thec Court, at its
tnle of Sittinlg.
Thle P'residlent of thle Court. will fo rward the
poieedinm~s of the' s:tine, tol lirigadle I lead-Q2uar
ters at A udlersoni Cmrt IIliuse for aptnroval.
Bv urder (it lirig. Ge.nl. .1. W'. G L' fTO.
J.'R. lionsms, Aid dl'C:.:p, ?
A eting Urig. 31ajor.j
Captains (of Companies comtposinlg the 2nd
Reritmlent o.f Cavalry, will cause all dletaultinlg
()flieers andi~ Privaltes ofi thelir commandslill5 to be
suunnonlliled beftare thie samle Courilt to) rendier ini
thir excuses for' defaullt at thei R igimieital lI e
Iview on the 1st awl1 2iil iir A iigust. ailt wilt fur
nish evidence of the sanic to the Court at its
timle of sitting.
By order if TIIOR. W. LANITAMi,
I ~Cii. 2ndu Regiment Cavalry.
J. F". TALBIERT,. Adjutanlt.
7-irui Rl FG11FN'T S. C. M1.
*MIL~viLt~s, Sept. 1st, 18->1.
O RDE R, NO
4COliRT MIARTIAL will lie held at the
? O0ld Wells, oii Wednecsday thle 22d iif tie
tobier inext, at 1t0 u'clo ck A. M1., fur t he trial of
all 1 )efaulters in Mlilitia anid Patrol Dunty. The
followimng Ollieers will ceuntituite tihe Coiurt:
Alaj. I). L. SinAw, P'residlent: Capits. 1I r.in
andl (ins~onv. Alemibers.
The J1unior Oflicer presenit will act as JTiudge
By order oif Col. Alt~is.
S. D). GIFFIN, Adj't.
Sepit -1 St m:
hf~ unibuirg Republican copy three times.
rp IE Subscriber (ielrs fhr sale his vahimble
..tract of 1.and coniltainling one hlundlred andi
forty acres. Seventy acres oif wvhichm are in cuil
tvatin-forty -recently cleanredl-ll of it well
adpjted to thme growth of cornl, cotton, whleat,
Thew la:,d is sit natedl oin the roiad leahiing froi
Edgetield~ to Abbateville, and about five mile
from Ejlgelieldl C. If. Two years indllIgenie
will be given on two-thirds of lie money.
For further particulars apply on1 the piremiisils
to 11. J l-NNINCS
Sept. 4 3t 3
Ad iitaoi Sale.
LLU thoise indebited to the2 Estate of Mlathien
11 I. Bedenbough, dee'dl., are reumestedl t<
make immuediate pamecnt, and11 those having dl
manids to) presenit theim oin 0r before the 19th in
stant, as I desire omn that day to settle up tli
Estate ill the Ordlinar's Ofliee.
(. En. WATKINS, Adm'ir.
State of South Ocarolina,
By His Excellency John If. Mtfeans, Gorernor |
and Commander-in-Chirf in and over the
State of Suth Carolina.
I-f,1. EfiEIA S, informuationhnts rcecdme that
' an troeions murder was committed upon I
William Cloud,or Edgeilld District. y PHILIP
P. GOOD IE, und thnt sail Coole has escaped.
Now, in order that the otfender may be brought
to trial. 1, John 11. Means, Governor in and over
the State, do issue this, my proclamation. ofTerine
a reward of T IVO HUNDR ED AND FIFTY
DOLLA RS for the apprehension and delivery
of the said fugitive to the jailor of Edgefield Dis
The said Philip P. Goode is about thirty-thrce
years of age. 6 feet 3 or 4 inches high, lean and
sinewy lrdy complexion, hnle or grey eyes,
dairk hair odquick spoken, with a marked deeny
between his front teeth.
Given under Toy hand and the senI of the State,
the 201th day of A ugust, intlie year of our
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
:nv the Governor,
JOHN T. 'MEANS.
W. F. A nrTmn, Dep. Sec. State.
Sept. 4 4t -.
JN pursuianee of. the provisions of nn net
tof the General Assembly of South CaIro
lii. pssed tt its last Mession, to provide for
the election of Mlembers to a 6onthern Con
rress. and by virtue of a. writ of election to
Its dirceted I' his Excellenev Governor J.
1T. 31mE s, the'31anarers of Necetion for Ilth
District (of Edeotfield will. hold an eletion
ott the second 31ontdy in October next and
the doay followintg (13th and 14th) for TWO
DEPOl'T IES, to represent this Congressional
District in the Stouthern Congrress.
The aimt ers will meet at Edreflield Court
House oit Wedlesdlay fo llowintg, count the
voles, and declare the Election. VThe Polls
will be opened at the followii plilnees. by
the 31anIagers of Eleetions. appointed at the
late SeSSIont (o t le Legilature, viz:
At Edeield Court louse.-R. T. Mims,
Jas. Grilliot, jy., Johnson A. 13B1tt1d.
At moi-nmires'.-G. . Yeldell, J. Ander
sonl an1d Wilev Timmerman.
At Ridge.-'L. B. Lott, Abner Asbil and
Al. C,,ier's.-Joseph Bussey, P. U. Elaim
and S. Brotdwater.
Al-C'herokee Pomd.<.-Wm. Ltnlnm, Ja mes
Curry :ind Edmund Morris.
At Pine JI.os.-E. P. I. Kirksey, G. W.
Jones and L,. B. \Vever.
At Tweles-H.~3tn and G. W. Hollowny. -
Al Dun/on'is-Benjamtin Strom, John 31Ios
and John Cheatham.
At Shoe'crd's-George J. Shepherd, Se- j
bron Stalttnker anl D. V. Devoore. and
At Smiley's-3. Corley, W. Adams e
D. Strot her. tIh
At Ifamburg-W. W. Sale, Wmn. Spires al
andt~ B. S. Dttablar.
At Mlount WiI/ing-A. Simukins, Mlanches
ter Pandlett anol Va.tine Hiurloong.
A/ Jtichuardson's-Georgre Strother, John
31. Wit t t tnd J:n nes R Ithardson.
At Coleman's-Ira Cromley, A. H1. Cole-I
tan and M1. W. Cla r'. nr
A4 /JPark's-.--homias Chambecrlatin, jr., WV. tt
L. Pa:rks anol G. WV. Nixon.r
Art lrr '--.T. Aibney, J.3L. A bney andI
A! .1.,r's-Willi:.tm P. Andlrews, F. G.
far:in attd Willis 11 oo..
AI 6Yaterfied-Wi il i Qattlebum , Joltnt
M1illh-ratd .l'. Stnelgroovt.
A' Al/hn's--W. N. Tturner, Rutssel Eidson01
A' (Gran~ierdkc--S. WVise, Jatmes Poweollto
antd Jtohnt Gotver.
A41 Sir-.-..lame<~ TP. Gatrdtner, Johntt Eve
ret t :utnt Ulriek~ Reddick.
Al Dojrn's-J. Dortn, Manrion Dean and Al-I
redl 3lar. to
AI If/,tcher's.--Wmt. II. Yonn, WX. G. Tur- tht
Al B3,oulare's-J. Eid son. J acob Lagrone
and Wil li::tn 31 erchattt.
Al Red 1I1ll.-J. 31. CIlarke, Lee Holston
and D. F. Enttsv.
Ai Rloc~cls-J. Blackwell, E. Robertson]
At Ititles-31:trk B. Whittle, Arthur 31.
Warren.t antd Catle.b Watkitts.
Al II.nccrd's-Williamt T. WVest, John :
Tralbert and Bartleov 31. 3Martin.C
.A t R. LI//lraon's--B. Krepts, Levi Lybratnd,
Set.t4 St 33 ..
ST1ATE 01 SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN Ol)DINAlIY. nt
B Y JHN ILL Es., rdiaryof Edge- C
Wheen, Js.A.Codllns has n ppliedl to mtne
nlar tIte gtoods atnd ebatt tes, rightts atnd cred
Its. of L~ewis Collins, late of the District
a foresaid, d eceasedl.
Tfhese are thterefore, to cile nti admonish
all and sinorulatr, the kitidred and creditors of
te said deseasedl, to be and tappear before mie,
at otur next Ordinary's Couirt for thIe said Dis
trt.to bet holdetn ni Edigefieid Court House,
on the 15thclaty of September intst., to shuow
ennse. tf anyv, whty the said Administratiotn
hotihl tnt be gratnted.q
Givt~en tundter tmy hand ando sea:l, this then
1st dayv of Septemiset.r itn the vear of ouir Lordr
ando io het sevetty-sixth yeart of Atterienn lIn
de~ottdetce JOUN IlLL, o. F. . D.
Sepit. .1. 1851 a3t 33
JS htereby given thant apoplication will he madeic
to the Io.gishttre at its ttext sessiont foor a
chaorter to d~elare Shtaw's Creek a potuli high
way as for uy as to the first Shoal.]
Ang 30 t; 33
LT, Persons are warned against trading foor
1~.a Note madtoe payale to 'Theophilus Ili1i
o bearer, foor aboout fivoe hundred nnd eighty-fivc
d ololars by the Subscriber as princeipail atto .I;nes
31. Rie'hn'rlson surety. It wa.s givent ini Jnttnna
ry, nnI will hoe odte thte 25th D~eemotber noext, butj
its consioheratiott ha:vittg provetd itnadequate, I,
shall resist its paymtetit. AIAWY
June 19, 18-51.tf2
ALL pcrsotis havittg demands against te Es
-tate oof Jactob Long, dee'od., will present
tetm oduly attesteod, and those itndebted will mtake '
1 Ja 30 J. A. IEJCHELUIERGER.
)YSPEPSIA 1 ITTERS,
TH!E- 110ST PORL A R
. -OF.THE ;A.'G IM
Used by Physicians SOf, 111011 Standinlg,
These BlT.gt etv l mnorbjie secretions,
lirily the blood, giv~e ggs!a tone and vigor to thle
dgestive organs, fortify (he Ilystom against all funlire
fsense, can bi: taken with safety, at no timec delbili
ttinig thle piatient--being grateful to the most deli.
cuts stomacha, anid rensarkieble for their checerinig,
Irigornadng, strengtheningranel restorative proper
ts, and oin involuble anld (tpo remedy for.
DYSPEPSIA INIlTS WORST FORM1S.
Also, Lijer Complaints, Jaundlice, lieartburr,. Cos.
rieness, Faintness,.Disorders of the Skin and L~iver,
axs of Alipectite, 'LOW&SRrits, Nervonq Ilecastche,
L~ilces rilpitation o eVlicart. Sinkinig and l nl.
ness of Weight at the Stomach, tad all other diseases
:nustml by an Impuire state-fof. the bloodl, liver., etc,
which tond to dellilitate and weaufken the oysteml.
F E M:A L.E S
'Who sun'ev from a morbid andl unnstitral condition
-will find thIs Mfedicine of
In Al.l. casr~s of OENER AL DEDI LIT V, this Nledi
:!u ACTS LigiE A C;IlAltal!
Itye lenitd its ollicacy, isnd thousanmls more are now
ider treatnment ; and not one solitary case oif failmoe
1 d et been replorItcu. Volumles ennbi hbe filleN: With
;:I ificates of those who have been permanently
rail on the Agent, and get a P.AMPHLET,
mionnining the Certillcarte of Rlen12arkable Cures, and
Ie h igh' estimatvionl in which this M.4edicine is lield
- thlt -'nblic press-en be had of the Agents. free
Sold liy all the Genuine Mledicine D~epats in the
lYS P I l TEates.
xb Price 50 Cents per Large Bottle.
Prteinia OIeetS FULTON ST., N. Y., up stairs
For ale at Edgeiel C. IT.. by
'A. G. T EAG UE, Am(;.T
Sept. 4 Iy :33
LLT those indi'ebted to the estate of .TaIcob)
SKilerease, een', are require to make imi
linte payent, and those havingdemands to ti t
msent them properly attested.
JOH N 1ILL,1Amr
A udust 28 ry f
VLL persom illndbted to telte firm of
R SrasN & NICuo..oSt are earnestly renuest
nto settle without delay. Their notes an nlne
uis are in thei handS of the ilinernigned, at
Store of L. trIL,, where bt canl be frnd at
ioes. This is p iiively the last notire.
- F.' A. N'ICH1AL A S.
L ero onis cindebt, to the Estatet iof G.c nn.
rennquesed tomae whoneae benpyrmentennd
der o the int,el atteste. accodingILto
~vti. nbict'e-A.n b. Dinl K , t egtfee
LL prie50 in'to te Lsage otEle.
hethnCarter, o ee1 ' o S., ar en.se to, make01
inst sid atagtewll preen th. m prprlyt
LT peros aine dend ein st the es-.~co
ta ~ietse d 'lob nu h ibe decelwtn, iwilkplease
emlerii themut irnpeuly atttesited.anthsown
sa etati willpleasel tni make mmete pay-n o
t. Sr &~ IlOLA'S LANe Eritly drlt.
It)setle ithut Cli m 'lTei niis tnnex.
LI open f rbtue o the EPublicf .
ioen drawndby 4h or m hosnn.. . Crmil
do o Cartsg ndran byni mnone do s..e, wil"
nrrges, &c., dranjiy ~ttwo u . .3 "om t to
HA. NRJICK, Preident.
Admi istaors. ae
glLL ersold tnt~e totel ofnt Mr. Comty,
in. In Satrdayr nte 30hs. arer lnmt'l tin persno
ennst niJtae Mrs. l Su sntnt tihollnn dunielawed,
s.ten. . . I , A3C Xm'ri.
An gust 73 1851 intn3
LLPersns 1nin~deednton the estte f Ms.
Susa .in nicl lsl, decasedl arel requst
makeu imeiate paymiin~nent andi th aingnnnnltv
opely tteste.iR TJc. MIlS,
SAugI 1t51 .l0 y dm'.
Otale ofIE John tain decemasedr arei rne
eiedt hnd theins toh tie subscrierpoe
RAES F TA RSL N
nio nn dnistrator
Sept or3, t lnnwib 185i0tin . 3
PPiaCATION.. nwilw bed twdo t he Legla
vethe TtitlfheState..of.S.nth Caoia in'
1stteo John KEogn andK Chares Loant
eensd, inY .W2,kan his wfe Rebcea
nbros,. e ns nda iza hts wife nd Ewiny
V nnnllowayt ann Ah3iin u m iandaints wiife.
30UH. DS C U .1A MOLASEnS. nn'
eramurg nebt t t 4saenfMs
un00 P .iecs iis D dee ag i, ni1nnjCti
75 ise in chit pKyentaiky tRope l~vi
or aeti by.A.UR.NSDE
UAmurg, FebL 13 3 i nn'
Baggeroms ing deinuBagingni ti s
~)e to and TWiINE tor saebhSubscribeirninl
ese, an timnntl th e st tof tie. et.r
A ESM. W. CLR.
BOAltDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
EDGFIELD, S. C.
PFv. N. A LDRICH, PRINCIPA..
E.- B. BACON, PaOFESSOR OF MUsiC, DRmw
ma, PAIxTINO, &C.
M Rs. J. McCLINTOCK-, TEAciE.R i-PRzA
T ITIS Institution will be opened on the 2d
1L-loniday in September next, at the residence
of Mrs. MCCI.NTOCIC.
The course of instruction will be the same as
is pursued in the first lass Female Seninaries in
the State, and it will be the constant aim of the
Instructors to render the School worthy the pat
ronage or an enlightened public. Strict atten
tion will be paid to the moral training of the i
Young Ladies uder their care, while at the
same time all sectarian influence will be scrupu
The School will be truly Southern, as the
Teachers are not only natives of the State, but
also, Southeri in all their feelhigs and Imabits.
It is confidently hoped that the names appen- C
ded to this notice will be a sufficient guarantee to t
the qualilientions of the Teachers. t
The price of Tuition and of Board can be ob
tained by application to Mrs. McCi.x-ocic.
It is of great importance that the Scholars be
entered at the commencement of the quarter. t
Charleston.-Rev. Joniim sn:.s D. D.,?
'%X. . M. WVErwr1T31Ms, D. D., Rev. Tnus. 0.
S:3a, 1). D., Pev. J. R. Kr.Noineuc. Dr. MEN
DnEn.t.J. and .uimts Terraa, Esq. t
Graniterille.-Rev. 11. A. Teir.R and Rev.
Augusta. Ca.-Rcv. Mr. Connor and Rev.
W. I IAn D.
Erfd;'uield C. II.-Rev. C. B. WmALxr and
Rev. Mr. ]inows.
EdgeJield C. II.-Chancellor F. 11. WARD
LAW, lIon. A. P. 13UTLra, Col. J. P. CA-naoR.L,
Maj. W. A. IInnis, Jos. An-er, Esq., W. W.
A ims, Esq.. Mr A. Busui.N.LL, Dr. W31. l1.
eur r, Mr. W. P. UTrrLERl, Col. Joux IIt., 1. r
llori.w.it, Esq.; Mr. Tuos. Jouissox and C. J.
Columbia.-Dr. M. LABoanE.
A ugust 21 t' 31
Distell Boltin~g Tlts
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
\ H .\VE received frnm New York. a supply of
1Dnteh Bolting CLOTITS. Nos. (), 1, 2, 3,
8, 7,)8, mnd 10. To which they respectfully
invite the attention of the public.
May 22 tf
1TWE attention of Planters is called to the
Factory over Mr. Loo UIL.'s Store, where
of the above description are made. Orders for
any quantity will he filled promptly.
A fine assortment of UPPER, IARNESS
nd SOLE LE A TIER on hand.
Ri. T. MIS.
Aug 21 tf 31
Lard, Bacon and Hanms.
T H!E Subscriber has in Store a lot of stuperior
HIAMS. BA.CON AND) LARD, and will
continue to receive through the sea:son a supply
to meet the wants of his customiers. 1le respect
fully' requests all who miay colme to the Village
to purchase the above articles, to give him a call
beore buyiing elsewhere.
.Toly. L. PENN, AcEs-r.
RU lPLS lartre Ni.:1, M.\CK EREf,
30:o Half biarrels No 2
75 Kits. No I.
501 Ialf Kits No 1. For ,sale Iby
A . U L11NSID F.
HambuJrg, Feb 13 t' 4
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
IY JOTUN IH[LL,Esq., Ordinary of' Edge
1) ield District.
\Vhereas, WVilson Abney hath applied to~
m for' Letters of Adinuistr'ation, on all and
sinilal!r fte goods and clhnttles. rights~ awl
eredits of' A. II. Coleman, late of the Dis
trict af'oresa:id, diecased.
Th'iese' are, I herefore. to cite aind a'lmonish
ull andi simgnlu'. the kindred anid ereditors of'
tte said deeased. to be andtt apjpear befor'e me
at our ne'xt Ordinairy's Court for the said Dis
trict, to be holdein a't Edgefield Court House'
On the 8ith day. of' Sept. next, to show cause
i' any,. wh y tlie said administration shotuld not
Given undecr mys hand and seal, this the 20;lh
day ot' Aug. in 'the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. and in
the sevecnty-fifth year of American Itndepent
dece. "JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Aug 20 2t '____ 81
. PPICATION will be made to the Legisla
Ii. tune of Soth Carolina at its next Session,
to vest the title of the State of South Carolina in
the Estates ot' Johnu B. Logan, andl Charles Lo-1
na deceased, in luer'etia B3lackwvell, the widow,
and M1ary Atnt tiobertson, in .Jaimes Blackwell,
lliaethi Mimis, William Bilackwell and Samuel
Blckell, children of John Blackwell, late of
Elgefild District, deceased, and in Saran Ann
Blackwell, the widow, and Oeorge J. Blackwell,
the child of Isaiah Bllackwell, deceasedi, a son of
th said John Bllackwell-thecse pesn being
th~ lawful hirits and distributecs of the said John
A ug. 20 1851 3m 32
'IS IT liTREBY given that appliention wiill be
m~ade at the niext Session of the Legislature
for the renew'al of the Charter of the Ferry on
Savnnah River, three nmiles belowv Augusta,
kiown as the Sand Unar or Wallyhiam Ferry.
Angi 3m 29_
LL~ persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
ITreacia Lowe, deceased, at'c requested to
miake immediate payment, and all persons having
demnds against said Estate, arc also requested
to present them ac ncordling to law.
HENRY KEY, Ex'or.
July 10 Gin 25
A Lpersons indebted to the estates of Thos.
-flood, deceased, arc requested to miake im
mediate paynment, and all thtose having demands
against said estate to present them properly attcs
te according to law.
WM. HERBERT, A dm'r.
Spt 2, 1850 _ ____l y 33
VANTED twoi good SHOEMAKERS, ac
lcustomed to making pegged work.
R. T. MIMS.
Ma.2> tf 1
EDGEFIELD COLLEGIATE LNSTITUTE
Lev. Chas. A. Raymond, Principal.
T IE FIRST SESSION commences Septen
The Institute building will contain eight
ooms, all of which are appropriated to purpo
es of instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of Maps;
inatomical Charts, Globes, &c; a Museum of
Katural Uistory; a Cabinet of Minerals and
ilells: furnish unusual facilities for acquiring a
iracticea knowledge of the differefit branches of
Two- new Pianos have been purchased in ad
lition to those already in the Institute.
The onurse of Study is of an elevated cliarae
er, and more comprehensive, thni that of most
male institutions of the highest reputation.
The PanYNCIPAL devotes the whole of his time
o the supervision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experienced in their diffe
ent Depaytnents,and those only of known sue
ess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
f 11 weeks each. It is of great importance that
e student be present at the commencement of
e Session. The Classes are then formed, and
few weeks delay may affect the standing of the
pif throughout the year.
Tuition is charged but from the'time of en
rance to the end of tie Session.
Payments are to be nmade at the close of each
Utunusual facilities are given for a thorough
In addition to other improvements, which are
ow in progress, a large covered playgronnd, for
erise in wet weather, and a gymnasium, are
Circulars containing a list of expenses, course
f studies and other particulars, will be sent free
f postage. to those who apply for thei.
N. L. GR IFFIN. ';5q
EDMIUND PE.NN, 5|;
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. M111S .
Jnly 17 t2
4tlIE Subscribers 1maving
"I engaged in the Carriage
in Pottersville near Edge
eld Court I louse, for the ensung year ; would
espectfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
s we shall indeavor to give satisfaction to all who
nay favor its with their business they are also in
rant of a good wood workman, on Wheels, Car
iage parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,
one other need apply. Good comfortable build
:igs can be procurel. convenient to the shop for
ten of families, or boarding on reasonable terms.
1ILL & WARDLAW.
N. B.-A good price will be paid for Lumber
f good Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, of as
rted dimentsions. 11. & W.
Nov 28 1850 tf 45
aluable Lands on Savannah River
H TILL BE SOLD, some time next fall, for
IV the purpose of Distribution aiiong the.
vidowl n. children of Peter F. Morague, de
easel, that VA IA BLE PLANTATION oil
rhich the deceased resided, containing about
-ing on Savannath River, immediately below
barkslale's Ferrv. This tract is a fine cotton
lanttion, with tiree hundred or niore acres of
w grounds, well timbered and with a good
welling am1 out' houses, gint hotuse and screw,
md other buildlings necessary for plantatiotn par
loses. The above tract will be sohl on favora
le terms; purchase money wvill be secured.
'ersons who wish to purchase lands will do well
isit this tratct and ride over it before buying any
July 31 2mu-wtf 28
HOUSE ANJD LOT FOR SALE.
Tim: Subhscriber oi'ers for sale his
.. ] lOUSE andl L(OT at ~iberty Hill.
*; On0 the preis~tes are a large Dwell
g.uig I loose, with all-niecessary .t
buildings, a good Garden and Ten A\eres or bot
..m and. Also a well atrramned Store House.
Teris wrill be reaso:tble. A pp.ly to the Sub
-~riber on the preiseS.
Liberty Uill, S. C., .1uly 5, 1S.1 ttf 30
"In statu quo anto bollum."
F ALT DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for C.usmm.
.\lso, Tanmner's and Neat's Foot Oil; thme latter
heL best article for H~arness.
Cash paid for 1 hides and good.Oak Bark.
All orders addresased to Williams & Christie.
ir to Mir. L. 31. 3tunger at the Tanm iard, will
e p~romtly attended to.
Ri. Tr. 31I31.
Feb. G. t I' 3
AUGUST A, GA.
W l Nu visit Augumsta, call at the PRE
and have a fine D~aguerreotype of yourself, for
hre ou will find one of thme most elegant Dai
guerren Saloons in .\mterica.
Daguerreoty p. stimck of every description for
sale at a snmall'atance on New York cost.
LElGUI. TUCKER & PERKiNS.
June 12 ' Sin 21
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
James T. Gardner and wife..
IN pursuance of the Decree of the Court
Lof Equity, at June Term, 1851, in this
case, Notice is hereby given to Samuel Gard
ner, Trustee of the Petitioner Mrs. Rebecca
Gardner, who is now absent from the State,
to shwtt cause, within three months from
[ie pbiationi hereof, why thte prayer of thme
etin should nott be granted.
S. S. TOMilPKINS, C. E.. E. D.
Comm'rs Ollice, Aug 18, 1851.
ngist 21 3mi ' 31
ALT4 those having demands against the estate
r of Allen B. Addison, deceased, are reques
ted to presetnt thiem properly attested and those
indebted to nmake payment.
G. A. ADDISON, Ex'rs.
E. J. MIM1S.
Tuly 24 1501 t f 27'
L~ thmose indebted to the Estate of Abiath
-Robertson. deceased, are requested to make
aient, and those hiavinig demands to piresent
ti, properly attested.
JOHN ILL, Adim.
A pril 29, ___ 1
Wheat, Wheat, Whcat.
20 BUSUE LS of Prime W HE AT can be
Shad by applying early to th~e Subscriber
at Winter Scat, at $1 per~ butshel, Cash.
A ugust 17, 1851 3t 30
O IUDS. CHOICE Baltimore BACON
s'SIDES, jttst received and for sale by
WILLIA MS & CHRIISTIE.
T IIE Subscribers continue .to carry on the
Wholesale and Retail Groce
ry Business, at their old stand, just above
the Globe Hotel, and within a few steps of the.
Warehouse of M essrs. G. WALKER & SON.
They beg to inform the Planters and families
in South Carolina that they are now receiving
their FIall supply of
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES,
which they will sell on the- most reasonable
terms. They now offier for sale
100 Bales d6 Inch GUNNY CLOTH,
500 Coils A Inch Kentucky ROPE,
50 halds. New Orleans and Muscovado
200 ]3ags Prime Rio, Laquira and Java.
50 hhds. Cuba ArOLASSESf
100 Bbls. Crushed. Ground and Granr
25 Chests and half Chests choice TEAS
100 Bbls. Hiram Smith and Baltimore
100 Boxes Sperm, -Adamantine and Ta:
300 Kegs Cut NAILS, all sizes,
75 Boxes TOBACCO, various qualities,
53,000 Lbs. HAMS, SIDES, and SHOUL
1,500 Sacks Liverpool SALT.
roaecther, with SPICES, PICKLES, PRE
ER VES, SEGARS, and all articles usually
ept in the best Grocery houses.
rr Goods for our Planter Friends will be de
ivered at any point in Hlamburg, free of charge.
J. R. & W. M. DOW.
A ugusta, Aug. 20, 6m 31
W-arehouse and Commission
JACKSO: ST., AUGUSTA, GA. -
r lE SUBSCRIBER begs leave to infornr
his rricnds and the patrons of WALKER,
anyso% & Co., that he will continue the WARE
OUSE and COMMISSION BUSINESS
it the Ware iouse formerly occupied by them,
nd hopes by strict attention to the interest of
tis customers, to receive a continuance of the
liberal patronage bestowed on the Into firm. 'He
ill give his personal attention to all business en
trusted to his care.
Particular attention will be given to buying of
Bagging, Rope and Supplies for his customers,
which will it all times be bought at the lowest
prices, :md liberal cah advances will be made on
produce in Store. G. WAKER.
July 10 Gin 25
New Commission House.
HAMBURG, S. C.
TTE Undersigned having been engaged in a
JGEN ERAL COMMISSION and FAC
TOR AGE BUSINESSfor the lastfifteen year,.
in this place, takes pleasure in informing his old
customers and the public generally that he has
opened a Ilouse to transact said business in afl
its various branches.
l]rom the long experience be has had in this
busiuess, enables-him to say in confidence, that
Ie will do as well for those who patronise him :s
any other Uouse in the United States or Cali
fornia, and tlat no effort shall be left untried, on
his part. to do DETTER.
Consignients of COTTON and all other spe
cies of produce. as well as MERCHANDIZE
for the Country will have his individual and per
sonal attentionf. for which, he hopes, his labor
may be beneficial both to his constinents and
A. M. BENSON.
A pril, 1851. 6m 12
00YARDS pretty Clhes~eMus
lins at 10 cents per yau'J,
5,000 y ards pretty Chene Muslims, afadder
colors, 124 cents per yard,
10bales Brown Homespun, 6.& eta. pr. yd.
c ases white do. 6j do
5 "blue, bluff-striped and plaid.Home
sp~un. 10 cents per' yard,
1 ease .'pron Cheeks, 10 a 12 ets pr yd.
2 ceses Cottonades, for pants, 12 to 25
cents per yard,
500 piee white, pink, blue, green and or
ange 3Musquitto Netting, 75 ets to $1.
100 pieces 12-4 Lace Netting,
(;eoriia-stripedl Osnaeburns andt Hiomespuns,
at Faetor's prices, just received at
200 Broad-street, Augusta, Ga.
June 12 tf 21
Ready iMade Clothing
JUST received1 a large assortment of REA DY
MJ5 AID)E CLOTI llNG, consisting of
Alpacea, Lineni and Gro Deta SACKS and
Linen. Co~ttonad1e and Gro Deta PA NTS,
lilack Satin Silks andi Slarsatils VESTS, all of
whichx will be suld vainv r.ow.
WILLIA MS & CIIRISTIE
May 22, tf 18
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Wilson Holstein and u ife, Blacn de
anud others, ila amne
rs fBill for Partit'n.
E. II. Norris and others.)
IT appearinag to my satisfaction that Win.
LB. Norris, Sally Sawyer, Alexander Nora
ris, Luther Norris and Nathan J. Norris, De
fe~ndants. reside beyond the limits of this
IState: On motion of Mr. GIFFIN, Solicitor,
Ordered. that the said Defendants, as also,
any child or children of the said Nathan J.
Norris, not named above, do appear and
~ld, answer or demur to this Bill, within
three months from the publication of this
Order, or that the said Bill be taken pro con
fess against thetm.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Office, June 24, 1851.
June 16,. 3mn
South'rn Water Cure Institute
LOCATED AT MILLEDGEVILLE, G A.
TS mtagnitude, being recently enlarged is
now capable of accommodating TWO HUN
DflED AND FIFTY (250) personsa The pro
per appointments of this Institution render it
most attractive to Invalids who may be forced to
seek redemption from disease.
T. CARLTON COYLE, M1. P.
May 28, 1851. 1y7 1
Oca Fine JA CK, Tip"
paeanoc, will mnake
his Stand at the Stable
-'of D. flolland, Esr.,.at
$6 the Seasonl, $8 toain
pure aMare with foal, and
$I0 to insure a live Colt.
hMrs put and transferred thme insurance money
Iwil ie claimed. The Season to commence ont
IW edndaytlhe 13th Augutst.
A ug 8, 1851 - *5t 30
AP1PLICATION will he made to the next
1Legislature. for a Pub lie Road, commen
cing at or near Elbert Devore's, on the Scott's
Ferry Road, ria Mountain Creek Church-fronm
thene to Good Hope Church, or through that
neighborhood-from thence to Mt. Enon, and
thence byM. W. Chary's, and thni intersect the
Higgins' Ferry lond'at Mrs. Martha Abney's,
ibout one and a half mies fronm said Ferry..
.I -pus .et 31