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"Fr the Advertiser.
We offer the name of a worthy and dit
guished citizen of Edgetield as a candidate
the Colonelcy of one of the Reginent' now bei
raised in this State for immediate service in t
Confederate army; and while we woult detri
nothing from the gentlemen whose names ha
been a'ready proposed, we submit that there is
tut within the State more fit to command one
these Regiments than Gen. WItLLIAS C. MonAGr
He is one of those whose hearts have beat
unison with Southern resistance from the beg
ning of our troubles with the North. He has i
nest for military commend, beyond question. ]
hag experience in the line of military duty tl
few men in the State can claim. He distinguish
himself for capacity as an officer in the Palmel
Regiment throughout its whole career in ti
Mexican war, and his gallantry and coolness,
the head of the 96 boys from Edgetield in t
battle of Cht:rubusco and the other battles foug
by the Palmetto Regiment, are known to histoi
Gen. MORAns. is the man lately selectei
Gen. BoxuA't, when appointed Major General
all the Military forces of this State, as the ch
of hi- stabT. He served as Adjutant tieneral it
tier Gien. Bosana. at the bomnb-bardment of Fi
Sumter, and continued in this capacity in Virgi
ia until a short titue since. He is the brother
the late Lt. Jso. B. MonAr. , who was kill
while leading the Abbeville Volunteers (also
Palmetto Regiment) in the charge on the Gari
We regard tinc. MonAo~xx as the ian for t
MAsv FarFIF.v.D VoLtNTEFn.s.
To the Volunteers who are now calli
into C'anp near Columnbia and
By order of the Governor these Volunteersi:
ti be organized into three Regiments, each elee
ing their own Field Ofticera. Allow many frien
to suggest the name of Col. P. L. CALUOVs as
gentleman and officer entirely worthy and comp
tent to command one of those Regiments. hopi
his ability and claims will not be overlooked.
He will go into Campat Lightwot Knot Sprir
near Columbia, in a few days in rommand of
Company from Laurens District.
For the Advertiser.
Soldiers' Relief Association.
A meeting of tho Laulies of Edgefield and
virinity was held at the Masonic 1lull on Mand
morning at 10 o'clock. The meeting was call
to order, and Mrs. J. A. BLANDI wits called to t
Chair. After stating the ehjoect ot' the meeti!
the following Preamble and Resoiitions were <
t.'red by .Mrs. Cajt. B.AsIo and unanimou
War.EA. at our country i,; invoiced in all t
turmoil and =trife of horrid n:.r, a:.l all that
dear to is is at enae
Reeolrcl, That we, the Ladies of Edgef}id,
de-ire to aid our brave and suffering sa'ldiers
far as it is in the province of woman to do.
Jteoltrel 2.-, That we form ourselves into
Soldiers' Relief Association.
RcaoIred .d, That the object of thit Assoc
tion, shall be th2 procuring and making of
arti.'ls neceenry for the omfurt of all the truo]
without discrimination. who represent Edgefieh
!lem/ced 44, That each L-ily on paying t
sum f one dollr, r its equivalent, shall becte
a t.aember of the Association, andl entitled to
I:.',ird: ,ti, That t Comiatte ht s.poict
T, nominate rllicers for the As. ~catin.
k, o':d.4th. That the tilficers consist of
i'ruilet, Vice-'rcilent, $e, retary, Treaa:nr
aind twelve Diirec'tors.
A t'ounuitteu wau, ar.p..i'u-l.. a.iI the f..llowii
4 iileer's tominatei and unaitnonua! elecited:
I'iretir.- Mas. . . . A. NJAM.
I'. lEt-rt:, Mrs. 11. R. St'ANN, M*5- h- IiLA)
Mrs. MAkt [Maas, Mrs. Jains 3IA Lov, Mrs. Jo:
lit ist. Mrs. lr.Nur T. Kanu:nt, Mrs. Lr.v.
JIoyas, Mrs. A. a;. Ta: Litm and Miss ContsN
The mneeting~ thcn adi'urnedl. t, meea oet
Foir thes Ad-:ert iser'.
Attention, Vo lunteers.
The tubers of the new volunteer Compa1
noiw being raised " for t.be war," wiil meet
Edgefield C. H., on Saturday next, the 3d oif A
gust, at 11 o'clock, to' organizie andI ele't utle,
fosr the Cotmpany, which is now about full. a1
will leave for thc encamlapment near Aiken ear
in the following week.
Those who, may wish to. cuter the service
Volunteers from this state, under the late regt
sitioan of P'resident IA vas lbr ',,O00 ad'dithi~u
Voluoteers to serve in the Coanfelerate Army "f
the war.'' will have a favorable opportunity
immediately seeinag nesive .ervice in \'irgiun
Missouri: and aill such are earrnestly reaque.,ted
enrud their narre., at an early day, and piarti.
y e inogni.n the Campansy oin Satturday.
If Eligeraela i:. toi be repr,.senated i~i the la
call f.,r V'ohutetrs, the t'epn .nust be' re.a
to imarch lby the thiue we hnve mea.ntioned, I
nearly enough Cnmpanaies hatt already been i
pourtedl to the Go'vernolr t.> fll the a enuisitioa'.
Fo'r th': Adi ertiser.
To all Interestedt.
'The time is comec when every man i ill have
.show what kind of nmaterial ho is ma'de iof--Tl
obal as well a:- the y..asng. It is very true the ol
::rc not on the samr foting b~y law as toa the
duty :but they can. mu1agt. andl, I believe, will
I respuctfually propose that thel nhiumn of Edlg
tield, from 48 up, turn out at the ditl'erent must'
grounde, enroll for .eri ice, either mounted or
foot, and mnsat at the Conrt lionase ian sale-dliy
argaanize iwarn 2npan;ie' ..ti 00 mencr..-.ch. Ot
mnight haP mouanta'l '-n, the aihc *nnty I
themi ele,' sieir r'fieer a' ich~l regardi to efficienc,
noT to we're' pm~~uinal paopula:rity. Ini theVSe lina
Tani mn should~ -le..ire ant *,Iae tinle.s he is re:so
ahly conti.lent o'f his::ability to dii-harpg i10 ,h
ties. Wh.at we want, is mien at r.tarei truec to ti
,--uri-y ad 3.iod tr. Le. of .:ertir t-'2a l
T fu-ther i ropose that these Comapni's :.itit
together and to remain :-,gether, ,.tfer thei'r s
I ces to abheC Gvernor far any Gu iy he musy ans
thiezt in the Sta1te,--their term of ,iervice to begi
,-ariv in thin fnll and t,. cont'tnue until iit.haeli i
n,:ryto return hatme a, pitzchv the. ':t er
If the Slatte cautiot furnish armas, le-t er 75tn
aapear whht the -ary hert il' *an get. ritlu
W'hr.t '1ay yr.Tu. ttellowcititet-s ?if 3'ou 'Ic1
like this .rap.-.giti..n, ii is boped a better will 1
5iur'Oetwd. It it hiasb timec to think of saomethir
toi d... 1e-piecifally,
1-ar tl.e Adterti'er.
E! perats who have joined thea Cavalry C"l
plny hesig rati'ed byv Caoh T. W. L..tu it'' an
..tlhere, ar' re'ta'teaie to meet at .Iet'r'.. Church o
Thutrsday, the ~ la \gnsT, uat 1U ia'e-, A. M
f.,r 11,' sarpase --f electing. rfl'.''. A full al
tgtwieni.-. the- :sethers r'.tuaestai e . rsoa',
wiishirt i . j s the 4' mandy ar' invitedl t'' P
Tri.Weekly Chronicle & Sentinel.
Thae Tr.:-Wacaaiv Cutnaiste .L &a . tvit. ni
h-.. ;aed a4 saaon as we have one hundred no-un
on atur boaoks t-, commeneev with. In the ara
ti:na" those who 'tubscribe for the Trn-Weekly wi
re.'.sive thes Daily. To those who have mail, oni
three times a week the Tri-Weekly will be an a'
e..amnodationt. answering avery p~urpose of a dai:
It will be publlished on Wednesday, Friday an
Suntday mforning, embracing the latest news
t'ae night previous. Etnch number will contai
upwards of l.rt'an reumn taf reaing tutter.
Tn'ts-$5 per Annum; $25 for Six Mainthi
50 cents per Month. Address
W M. S. JONES,
Proprietor Chronile As Bootinel.
For the Advertiser.
To the Churches Composing the Edge
- id. Baptist Association.
or BELUr n BL:aTunt:N :-The time of your annual
Dg meeting being changed from Saturday to.Wednes
he day 10 o'lock, A. M., before the second Lord's
et Day in Sept., (Sept. 4th 1S61;) the unusual cir
ve cumutances, under which, if fermitted of God,
n you will meet; and the pecuniary trials. under
of which the Southern Missionary Boards are labor
t. ing, induce this call upon your attention.
in The primary objects had in view in changing
n- the day of the week on which you will assemble
it- were, that you might he enabled, without haste
is or pressure, to transact all the business of the
at body, and to adjourn so as to give the Ministers
ad in attendance time to reach their several charges
to and attend to their regular ministrations among
te them. That we may be able to realize the advan
1t tages of this change a prompt and full attendance
be is requisite.
ht By a.Resolution of the Association at its last
-y. meeting, C. J. E:t.rona, Fia., of Greenville, was
by invited to deliver an address on the importance
of of Sunday School. at the approaching meeting of i
ef your body. -It affords me pleasure to inform you
n- that he has acepted the invitation, and if not
irt providentially prevented will he present at the
a- meeting to comply With your request.
of The Foreign and Domestic and ludian Mission
d Boards of the Southern Baptist Convention need
of your prayers and'your Contributions that the
ta great and important work you have committed to
their care should not he hindered. The Domestic
he and Indian Mission Board, unless speedily re
lieved. will'have to onll laborers from or leave
themu without support in important fields, and at f
a time whey their labors are especially needed. i
d Let us therefore not overlook the obligations rest- t
ing upon us to devise liberal things, as by so do- I
ing we shall stand andl be made fat.
ie Suffer me alsn to call your attention to the As
t- sociation fund. usually applied to paying the ex
d penses of your delegates to the State and Biennial I
a Conventions, particulariy the latter. As yor
lessengers. sent to represent you in these hodies,
it is but just that their expenses he provided for. i
I write this to stir up your pure minds by way of C
g' remembrance. t
a The Association has never before, and it is to 1
be hoped, in the mercy of God, will never again
be called upon to meet under circumstances so
siemnn and deeply to he deplored. We are in the
Lnidst of a war of rapine and' plunder; all that
is a dear to the heart of the patriot and christian is
yv je.parded-tthreatened with desr:uction. Many
.;i if oar neighbors. relatives, sons and Chr.istiat.
lhe .rethron have gone forth to do battle for our
g, ights, our institutions, our hearth stones: and
:he blood and live4 of some of them have already
* been sacrificed in their .fforts to drive the inv:
ter? from our borders. History does not recoro
I, stn instance of a war more unrighteotsly forced
"~un a perlle, or more cruelly conducted than
hat no'w waged upon the Ct.nfedernte States by
10 he remaining United States. Tl. : thirgs ca..
o --or the utited, fervent and effectual prayer of
Christians, that a righteous and omnipotent God
" woutd " turn to foolishness the consele of our ene
.ies," piw+erve the lives of our men, drive the
l nvaders from iour borders and restore peace aid
. prosperity to the inud. The patriotic fervor,
1 which fires our. zeal and animates our hearts in
i lefence of all that we hold dear is highly con
iutend:ble : but in the mid.,t of our patriotism let
is not forget the <tnnipitent arm that controls
'Lo destinies of all, nor remit our zeal in tIe
ru.c of him, -' Who though he was rich yet for
a ,ur sakes became poor, that we through his pov
er rty might he made rich. Who was delivered for
out offeurto andl raiLsed again fir iour justification."
IMay the Godi oft peace aind love iwell richly in
P'or the Advertiser.j1
We~ can all do Sotething.
.'tn. Eriv..u:-l -ie in the Adveri.-vr of ths
I0th July, that cien. W. C. MlottLy i hais hsern
p qpoinitedl a Commttisi'ner for thi.s liltrict lbu eir
u:nre. subscripti.'n icis, anid obtain front the
1 artnecrs I he loan of such ai portio'n :4' their e'r-i
s ther een 319' re~ t.e 't.teee 'if the ienutryi.
aThis lo;mn i, be secured lby Cionfederaite .Sin e
lhnutL hietinn eight pcr 'ea i nterest. Thi.1 I
Slook upoin a.: a enp'ital inve- :i'ent for farerc,5
by whic~h the:y enna diisponie of thieir surpi:. prii
.luc.e at renunneritive prie, nd at theo same time
yfeel thact thry arte perfo'rming : act 0f P'atriotl~etn
at AndI in c'tnnection: wi:h this. :,r inekpcuendet if ii,
L- if it be thougcht better. I witld pr-eI*"o a gratui
r tonse.'ittribut is-t fir the Cata'eh'rat:-' A ruiy.
tiwitng to the shortits 4.1. the P'rovision crop
l fr the pa:st f,:w years. I p~resutae th.-re awuhl hei'
-t great taany 'of our f'armrers who wouldit htavet
ismc rvsionis to other itn iarket for the sakle of I
r ra fwuhesot Corn, or Wheat, or a Uocef :.rt
t wo. In nine cases i<-ut o4f ten, perhaps, the ituuan
ir tity that each one e* id' spare, at~ :bis time, would
he so sumall thait each onte wo~uldl hink it not worth
-troubling with. itut there as.- hundreds of f.iamers
in the Iittrict. it small :uenue. . et well to do,
who weald c heufuttlly-yes g'::ly. e":ttribute
sometbing, if 2u:;:e plani weru decvi t-d ty which
5 they could be affiorded an ialp.rtttmity tit ding '0.
- .\ntd to nheuplish this end, I propohlSe the f..l
i'winug plan:-l.t a getierai me-tiig iif the (iti
enz, he called at the Court lotuse, tnu.l at this
meetng let meetings be d'sied-.y at each
El ce tin precinct throuigh'nut the Ilistrict. Let
thei "itizenie asnemble a:t thiese :icetings, anid each
0 .>ne subze: 'be whate~er amn::jn of' pr i.-ions lie
e may' be willing ti t'urnish. Le' C.i-iuiittees Ibe
1 appiitid t wit uponi tho.-e who may fail to at
rtetd. One catn .Spar.: 10, 2.1 or .0 pounds of Ba
0 con, or n Beef. Anothter "-ac spare one, five or
ten bushels of wheat .:uand anot(her 'atn contrit -
-ute a f.:w di.llare in aminey' w~~hi can go t'm paiy
r freight. Let a day he appointed to bring in the I
giftM. Waggon.- hired't :. hind to thte inuilroaut '
and in this ay we' can furnish a supply '~' pro
* vi~iona for outr Voulunteers that w ill at"-'-h alld
* . aukeedtatn. Of colurse the exig- the
r.'ca-e 10o not diematnd such'l a mnasitr, a I 'ei--I
3 idnt eiev th.:t il. .outh (Carolitia alir.e.
- there ;-omli hb. thluLr.dls of deiar.s worth of pro
- iits rnt.-ed: and if pitt itn ietiratiion tl.rouigh.
Ie 'nt t he Sou~thiern t'otnf.ieramcy, tihe .:1:mi wrould
e C reachi trill 'mn--. Andl I tint ec1:unily rithidet th
it weoui lie a nteh more' ngreeabile way if airiing
.r Coiu:ry in :r< 'ime ot' ned, than to buy3 the
r- prisvizio:us (.n ert~iit, uti-l have io paty for t hom by
ii 1raxationi bereafter. It woulid absu' ,etve as a reC
n nnwed erniest, iti u br:.ve v,.hmtee' , of the
e hn ty r.pphroval ai.di 'ell done, of their fritnids
ct homen, ntud t-rve themt with redonhiled reo.ou
tn*ri, to strike f.or their hntmes ande thei; tiresiiies.'
r -.nd for their ii is es ail their c'hiildr en.
I iwill only add that my mite is ready. What 1
it x you, F.-llow-Citiz ens y PA T R O. '
K xrcsfronm a Richmnond letter ini the rm'er,
dtid 26th inst: Our wounded at Manassas, theyC
*y are receiving thoi very hest of attentticin. All
'the privato ho'u'c' are taking themntin, ldies coute
after 'hem in their carringi's fromt many miles
ariund. No ftiiends are pecrmittedl to go to them 1
-fri i here; thait seemS hard: bitt then we muti~
ho oin e: in thu e whli are in ntuthoirity anid
e willing toif rego l- ri'. :te inte're'st to pcinsuire
* fo r the p*tile good. i
- rhe em'".< ippiiintremta wrte tin imznificeei-t.
e h a-l t i2 pieceis of ar ilIery oif the voe biest I
hiarater. Sherman'. batitery, that hadm~ a riumin
i replutjtin ; the' W1est Point hamt teuy ; thu Rhodlee
blandii haitery; all magnitient guns, andi frotm .
ahi h not a single dlischarge hiad been muade. We ~
iaptured the whole---the Rhode Island biattery,
w .4ith iii2horses all harnesased to it, andt ready foris
- ni-tion. Their muiskets, rifles, pit-tols. bayunets,.e
&l c., were superb-of these it is said we shall get l;
YI from 10,Oto "c, 2100tt. Cxrtoui'ich iioes, knaip
acks, India rubber great coatts, by the wtaggiin
. ltad. Atniunition a bounitdless quantity. OfIl
d proiiions, fifty wagn: lbnds hail already becen |
fhauled withotut msking any imnpressiion on their
nitre3. Presidhent lDavis said the quatity wa.s
apoed tot be stlicient fair the supply of tan armty
of 50,Oi0 -men for a cnmpaign. The killed and
wonded of the enemy are estimated at 74,t00 to
10,000 amen, and of prtiionori 2000 tnro. already in
had, and they coutiamn still to arrive from the
fro.... Tu r-et as cmnenlt
Capt. Gary's Company.
The following is a list of the casualties in Capt.
(Anv's compauy, as reported through the Charles
on Couuriera :
Killdc.-Thomas May, shot through the breast
while in advance of his Company; Private Ma
1'1o aunded.-Roebelle. severely, notdangerously
I. S. Stone, severely, but not dangerously : Ser
;eant Jonnings. severely, but not dangerously;
Body, shot through the arm ; 11. Bouknight, slight
y; Rhodes, slightly ; Turner, slightly: R. Tur
ier, slightly; McBrown. shot in the neck: 5er
eant Nicholson, slightly.
Killed 2: wounded 1t.
Pi. Lotis, July 27.-Pope notices the property
olders on the line of Railroad, that they will be
Lsessed for injuries, unless they fight the bridge
>urners and trnack destroyers, or give information
>f hostile designs. The Southerners are gather
ng in force.
The Southern Missouri and Iowa Democratic
Tonvention dei-lare the irrepressible conflict doe
rine the cause of the war. The convention
ledges the Democracy of Iowa to support the
overnment in any legitimate measures to settle
CAIRO, Ill., July 27.-The Southerners at Union
ity are on the move.
It is rumored that a fleet of eteamboats came
'rom Memphis yesterday, and are to-day engaged
n transporting troops to New Madrid. Scouts
eport their numbers very large, their object being
The Spirit in the Southwest.
Passengers from the Southwest report an in
enso excitement among all cla.se. of citizens.
lng the railroad routes crowds are cullected,
isking for a chance to go to Virginia. The fac
s, if the Governors of the Southern States would
onsent to it. the rush for Virginia would give all
he railroad companies in the South as much as
hey could do for the next six months. The smell
f gunpowder is invigorating.-Chur. Mercury, 28.
Movements o1 General Cox.
CsNetN'vATI, July 27.-General Cox has occu
ied Charleston, on this Kananha River. TIe
southerners have burnt bridges and are falling
W snsrcroy. July 2:.--Two Federal picket
rer shot within two ::iles of Alexandria.
A conmpany of Southert cavlry eine within
hrec miles of Arlington.
The correspondence called for by Congress has
seen refused by Lineiors, as iuctnmpatible Kith the
uhlic sa fety.
The inss.e pa~ssed the Senate hill appropriating
2,000,000 to transport anrm to loyal citisend in
he seceded States.
WAiisatoro, July 2.-The New York Herald
mates that Secretary Welles has ordered a power.
l naval force to guard the crossings of the Poto
nac below Washington.
The story that tien. Lee is to erns, the Pormne
.th t-f IfHrper's ]Terry is itnprotbabsle
It is nroinhle that ar entire sh:ange in the or
anizatiun of the Federal ats'y will take pls.e.
Abouit m i the ickets ,.f hoth armies
Sue into collisni'n neart the Chain bridge.
IBunrih, of the Perry, who wenst to, thes C'onfeder
te eas:np to prcuress the ha.,iy .f yung Cameotrots,
is returned. IHis comaspansien< sire heldt as priso
ers, while heo himself ws err to secrecy betore
The New Y..rk Tribune .ays~ that Lander is asu
hori.ed to. summewr ina the Weil, '," orgatiize the
nleu o ..ttA5m..i a..i5 :el 1: 1-lis uwi:hI whoma he
was pous -.il ae engs :9-l isn o~eninlg Ih Iovuer
The slag of truce h:, returnedl frms th leemy.
['hsey ref.:5'- ts I.ermit ourc ?urge' -rs t's go. '. the
i-id,1 or asllow ambh,snece withins thd ls.in ss tt
tto thatt they will take gisul ensre o~f ocur ns oisndel.
It now appear., that a hI:r:: nonbsser who. wteine
;uposed t1u be killed wt'eecap:ured wiita atte.el
ug thu wounded. tat Centreviille ]H'jitl.
A numbser ocf thsree m:sot!.-s asesn are leaving to
a igt. Theresa are se eteens th:',tusand r~: thems
were with aetepctunec't.
g' The Mlaryhn..i~' llr-egit ti in tL.: but
e et Mannssng. and disinnrished itaf by its
oles. and~ bravery on Lt the t but! ell. Cel.
1/.y -(Iormesry S1-tain Elz-:y. whio commssnande.1
the .Ar~snalnar Austa. a y'ar asgo.) was in
smaut e~l .*f the, Re gimenst.:: isI was proansoted ona
e bat tle f.1.! fsor hii- gal lan eeesluesr.
CsaMPtA?.T K, ui5 Rar,1nr.NT S. C. '.
:'nd J.ientuswnt--A. 0. S:-:ta Latt.
Iet .Nirype-'s. T. W"5tA-.
2nsd .S',r,ant-O. T. Cs. .anaA t.i.
1'? .Serge'uct-J. W'. Cia rn.t. .
1st CoprlJo Fisnass.
:and u'orjae~rl-W. M. II a~ vsr.:
:.i t.'orporu/-JNO. Sb'EL..
.ith Cor~poral-W. .Totfm~ns a:..
. . Asdas. .1. L. Luckridlge,
. arden. TI. W. Morgan.
.M. Eerry. -t. II. I'lay'on,
. Iyrd. Jas. Pic keta.
.E. Blake, W. E. Quattlebusarn.
na. Cailbreath. -t. W. Reyasolds,.
t. L. "olesan. E~. W. Reuyr olds.
Cs, C iain, Ws. II. flu Ii,
t. A. 'uchran. F. P. Rushl,
I. W. Cartledga-. .1. d. Rumaspey,
.L. Derore, .ii. Stmanaaker,
. . Ilelausght ear. 5. 5. $txanker,
.Dend. .l. Rt. Stinsaker,
no t iale, it. F. S nalnaker,
. I. IHarrison, P. 0. Sullivans,
L. T. Hlarris''n, tusear ~esentel,
. lieuder'sun, . . Talbert,
p. Hosllinswuorthe, E. W1. Thursmondl,
.. Hlamsiltona (1. Hf. Timmasermasn,
. Ha z:aiitlon, F. L. Titsmensaa',
. W. doabntsen, It. I's. Wiann,
'. Littleton, ti. Waa. Williams.
i. Lanier, W. U. White,
u. W. Lanier, Jouhn White,
M. Linier, . .\ . Whit",
E. Lewis, P. Di. Whnsles,
. . Lirhaeeker, W. TI. Yelell,
;. W. Stri'-o and Jraiper Rust at homea on sik
o he Planters of' Edgefield District.
Thea u~ndersignaedl haive been asjpointedl Cii:
s.-iner of the C..nfed.erate! Stsate< for ths! 1ia
-'it, te, receive suscripsi:as eaf e. . ,suer
-ode~ac f.sr the .euport ofr the Goaversnent.
F~.'t'rs selling the scropesof Planters n-ill re
eive, for the psortiona subascribed lay themr, the
ight Per Cent Governnet Bons, interest psay
A ublic maeetinag will lie hecld at this Idlate on
ala lay next. The ['lanaters of the District are
rnestly requmested to attend and give aid tos this
sndable and. putrioiti.' cause.
ANDREW J1. HAMMOND.
WM. C. MORtAGNE,
Flour and Candles.
UT received as fine saapply oaf CIIOICEl NEW
FLOUR. Also. a l'arge lot of Adasnantine
AN LES. D. R.00BUN
Dimn, on the l3th inst., MARY ANN T.
QUARLES, infant daughter of ROBERT and
REBECCA QU'ARLES, aged one year and three
This innoceut hahe after a protracted illness
was rolievod of its sufferings by the visitation of
the last enemy, Death. With the light of nature
for our guide we can follow our friends no farther
than the grave, but aided by Revelation we view
them beyond the confines of earth, triumphing in
immortal existence. To all these loved ones the
end of this life is the dawn of immortality, and
the birth day of a now and nobler existence at
t to's. right hand. "Wherefore let us comfort
one another with these words."
Dtn, on the 15th inst., of Typhoid fever, after
an illness of three weeks, at the residence of
Thos. Payne, MATTIE PAsxt: CaIN, in the 13th
year of her age.
The little orphan lost her Mother
Long before her Father lied
This life was lonely-l-ut the other
Will give her what was here denied.
Her Grand Pa's young and hopeful flower,
The idol of his heart of hearts;
She now blooms in a higher bower
With that beauty which Heaven imparts.
The little orphan's troubles are ended,
Upon her grave friends drop a tear;
Earth and heaven in union blended,
With Christ and his angels ever near.
Good bye, dear Mattie, a long farewell,
Though we on earth no more shall mot
We hope with thee in heaven to dwell,
Whore happiness will be complete.
B. P. T.
To Horse! To Horse!
T IE EDGEFIELD RANGERS (a Company
of Cavalry) will go into Camp at Horse
Creek, four miles below Hamburg, on Monday,
211th inst., and as our ranks are not yet full, we
make an earnest appeal to all those who wish to
serve their country in this arm of the service, to
report themselves forthwith. I do assure all such
(from whatever quarter) that they will receive a
cordial welcome into our ranks, with the certain
ty of going into the regular service as soon as
the requisite number is enrolled.
ANDREW J. HAMMOND,
July 27 it 30
A Regiment to be Raised.
THE Undersigned propose to raise a REOI
MIENT for Confederate Service, and will re
ceive Companies from any part of the State. We
do not deem it necessary at this time, to appeal
to the r -triotiem of the country to respond when
our beecnren are in the fight and need help.
We propose that (en. JAMES JONES, of Co
lumbia, be the Colonel, and are allowed to say
Ie will accept the command.
Adlress either J. J. RYAN. Barnwell C. H., or
0 I. FAUST, Bamburg, S. C.
July 21 3t 30
ATLL persons are hereby cautioned from tra
ding for either of two Notes given by the Sub
.ecber (with Messrs. S. F. Geode and E. Bland
as sureties) to Dr. M. J.ilaorde, the first dated
about Itith .lan. 1.60, for P.05, payable 1st Jan.
I62, with interest-the other given at the same
time for .S00, payable 1st January 1803, as the
consideration for which said Notes were given
has not been complied with, and I am determined
to resist their payment.
P. Rt. llLA LOCK.
July ;l 3t ;0
Tnrl Undersigned proposes to raize a tEGI
.MENT OF INl'ANTRY to serve "for and du.
ring the War." Companies desiring to enter this
service, and wislhing to serve under toy command,
are respeetfully regnestel to communicate with
the Sub'rriber nt this place a soon as possible.
R. 4t. M. DUNOVANT.
Edgiefield. F._C.,_.Tuly 2-1 tf 2t1
Cash, and Cash Only !
F ROM and after this date I am determnined to
sell GR~OCERIES ONLY FIOR THlE CASH ;
nd will in noc insinnee permit any article in the
trcerv line to leave the Stoire until paid for. I
ami focrcedi to the :adeptione of this system from the
t'r thut r have to pay the Cas for all my Gro
eries. I will however sell as eheap as the cheap.
et to ceic enttomere.
.lulv 21 tf 29.
State of South Carolina.
II EADQ U A RT Et - .111 1.' :. 1 %1-l
13y the G overnor of South Carolitna.
W IllREAr, TVIlE PREFIDEN T F THlE
Ct.)FED)EltATE. sTtE teF AMER'1
A hais nmade n req1uisition! upon th.,, 'inte 01t
Soth C.r.,iun for ;.brce :housandi men, t h-er being
the quoti otf tihe State in the :ilditioui force unaii
htig enlled out and whercas. it is reiluired tha:
the Volun:eers on-eiring foir this service ehall he
rec~ivedI -. for nudl luring the continruunec of thes
war :" andl whereas, it is right and prope~r that
stch reiluisition shouldJ be prompijtly compllie-i with.
Therefore. I, F. W. l'ICE E.NS, tGoverno'r and
noader-i-Chietf in and over the State of
ouhb Carcilina, by -irt uc of auithority vested in
me by law, dlo herebcy proclim that Voilunteiers
for this servi--e tire de..fred, andl will be a.:eepted,
in cotpaiies, " fior amid during the continuance of
the wair." to thu number ocf three thousand
men: each eniumpany tu be composedl of one Cup.
ta, one First Lieuttennuot, iwo scondl Lieuten
ntS, four .MergeatI, tiur (corporali', two tunn.i
eians ttl tnot less than si:%y.fmour. ntir tnore than
rie hutttdlred privatec.:: thet motticer9 tm b~e elected by
tite comupanuies re~pecUtivly. No mieu will he re
r.ived, ecept those of protmer age and health.
And for the purpose of1 urgnni.ition and in
strctin, 1 d14 herebmy designaite "hightw. dI
Krot pinigs,'' near Comlutubcia, andl some proper
place at or near Aiken, as points for the establish
ment of c.amnps: anid each company, after a full
nd accurnte roil of its miember. and eerlifiente'
of te elciion.s of its offiers, shll have been
returned to the Adinlint Genoral cof the .4t;te.
will repair to t he entup nenires-t to it, there t" he
icmusteredl into rerviec, atid toi be oirgaizied intmi
ltainuc or Regtimleuris. It will not he a pre
rem1inisi te in t Lit ::eceptuneei oft those compaieS.
th~at they siil be aromd, alIthough ii is hoipedl
that minoy if thetu wijiline.
And I do further pirocilaim, that :all the men or
companies who volunte'ered uder the Act of lIuht,
and who dleclinedl, foir divers rmacone, mustering
into Conifederte .ervice, atmed whomse Regiments
lave gone tic Virgiit, maty new rrilunteer into
this service, undl in certain cases, where cavalry
etpanieP have been disorgantir~ed, thir umembher
also may volunteur as inifaintry under this reilpu
Atid I dlo further proclinim, thiit no other Com-.
patties, Battalions or Rlegients will lie recii ed
until this force ofl three thousand mn be raised.
Twre ndditionial Regimentts "'for the war" are
lso callecd for immediately ; and I haeve cdusigna
tel the Regiment now raisedl by Colonel Orr "fur
the war," as rue, and have ofered the other to
iiven undemr tmy htand, a' Ooverunr and Coin
mnd,ri-Chief, and tunder the seal oif the
Stat', at Columbia, this, the tifteenth iday of
l uly, eighteen hundred aind sixty-cne, and in
the eighty-sixth year of the Indepcendence cit
South Croli . W. P'lCh' ENS.
Julyv 24 it 2
Attention, Trespassers !
A L~ persons are hereby catiionedi fr',m trnes
pssig on our lands, either ine hanling off'
WuOD, STRAW nir FAND) front said landa. And
r'person-; ,ere aileo forbidden rte hauling of sandle
ut of the PublIc Road lec :intg fronm W. F'. Diuriece' s
on the Coluimbiia rcnd, and intersecting the New.
erry road near This. fl. larvey's. Take, heedl,
e tins ngressore, as we are determined to enforce
the law hereafter to the fullest extent.
A rewrd oif $2.5 will be pail for evidence suffi
ient to conviet any one guilty of further tres
massing on our premises or the above-mentioned
II. B. A LL'.A N,
W. F. DURJSOE,
.JAS. B. SU'LLIVAN,
D. Rt. Di'R[SOE.
-Bowles & Hughes,
R ESPECTFULLY informni the citirzens of Edge
tieldl, and all whomi it mnay cnen, that they
are mepardl at their well-kncown stand, IlOWLES'
S TEAM MIL L, toI
Make Wagons of every size and style
Having a fine supply of the best lumber, theIr
work will be found as good as the hest. In the
way of encouraging home industry. and for your
J. I. MUSE,
IS Permanently located at Edge6eld C. I.
Office in Upper North Rooms in Maj. S. S.
T:gi'sns' Residlence, formerly Nicholas' Hotel.
All operations guarantied. The best of referen
ses given if neeenary.
P R TCES:
1'r Geld Filling...............--.----- ,00
- f .6". Extra size,........3,00
Tin ....... 1,
Extracting Teeth...................... 1,00
" Full Sette of Teeth, upper and
lower, on best Gold Plate.......200,00
full Betts, upper. and lower, on
Cheoplastic Metal,........... 150,00
full sett, on Silver Plate........... 0,00
July In tf 27
To the Citizens
OF EDGEFIELD DISTRICT I
KALMIA, Jrr.r 9th, 1801.
T HE Subscriber having been appointed Corn.
missionerof theConfederato States of America
forEdgefleld District, to RECEIVE SUBSCRIP
TIONS IN COTTON OR OTHER AGRICUL
TURAL PRODUCE and in MANUFACTURED
ARTICLES, for the support of the Confederate
Government, is prepared to discharge his duty in
the premises, as prescribed by the Treasury De
Factors or agents selling the produce or articles
subscribed, will pay over the net proceeds of sale
to the Treasurer of the Confederate States, and
receive payment for the same in Confederate
Bonds, bearing 8 per cent interest.
The subscription list will be left in the Bank of
Hamburg for signatures, and the undersigned will
attend any public meeting which may be called in
the District to promote the object above stated.
le may also be addressed by letter either at
Aiken or Graniteville.
Prompt action is earnestly solicited on the part
of persons Intending to subscribe, as the Confed
erate Congress will meet at Richmond, Va., on
the 20th inst.
July 17 2t 28
Flour Mill Notice.
T TIE Subscriber respectfully informs his frie.d.:
and all lovers of good bread, that he has
lately rebuilt the old ' Landruin Mills" on Shaw's
Creek, 12 miles from Edgefield C. H., where he is
prepared to GRIND EITHER WHEAT OR
CORN at the shortest notice, and with despatch.
lie does not say that hit Mill will turn out better
ur more Flour than any other, but he ventures to
say that he will maho as good Flour and as much
to the hushel as any other Mill in the District.
If you do not believe it, try me.
July 21 3t 29
p&-Wr. are authorized by many friends of Col.
S. HARRISON to announce him a eandidate for
re-election to the office of Clerk of the Court for
April lI tf 15
- The friends of JACKSON COVAR an
nounce him a Candidate for Clerk of the Court o
Edegfield District, at the next election.
April 23, 1861 16 ' tf
One Hundred Troopers
A COM PA NY of well Mountel Cavalry, armed
with Double-barrel Shot Guns, will be re
eived for immediate service in Virginia.
All who wish to do service in this capacity, and
join in the noble work of driving the inrad~er
from our ,;ail, will address the undersigned at.Ah.
heville C. H., or .ohrn C. Mr-Le:r.ore nt Newherry
Each Tro-pcr will Ic expected to procure his
nun !;nn, Horse and ('niforrn. Sare- and all
other aeautrements will be furnished.
ALi. M. SMIT h,
Late Majior of Gregg' Regiment.
July 1;, 10'.l :;t
Watch Maker & Jeweller,
A IK EN, S. C.,
' S prepaired to exee alnl work entrusted to him
with nsatness andl dispatch, andl warramnt to
give satisfuetion. Chiystalsa n. Hanuls fitted to
Watches, TU r neatly Plaited in Lockets, Pins, &Ae.
fiM'nth piai. ; r old (.1 anda Silver.
Jll.'s lv 2
Please Notice This !
A T Somec time di:.ce the lirct o.f l'eceemnber laust
A GaOLD W.\TCH of vnhuae was taken from
usy p~oises..ion. I cannot fix the timec.aIs it was in a
Ir: wer rarely ii-tied rana haa ly bee'n known toa
bea ganc lau-:ly. Tiue watch is anO oldl Englidi
let.:r a lai wiie dial-plate, ma-le for P. VatnW;'ek.
I1' has p,....winiy beetn tain :nud troalc-1. here
or ini.ria tAugu.. A1 suitall reward :arad tui:anry thaanrs
will tba.-giten far i:3a recaovery.
gy' T he Augu CitLatg.>,a 1-:t anda Ch'ronai
eh d' .a,aina~ will caopy the naae t wi--e anid for
State of South Carolina.
HEAIQULAlRTE-RS, JI-aLv 10, 1l51.
The Campls of Instrution.
I WILL receive twao frull Caompaanies of Catvalry
at eaachalf the Camps of Instruictiaan. None
nedr nfier unless with full ranks. well mrorturol,
anal then "a for the war." F.W. P1 Cl1-:NS.
.1luly :24 :2t 20
STEATE. OF" SOl'TH CAR01lNA.
HlE-1DLARTfEll', J cL 10, lui-al
MY PituCLAMATTON, dlated Jualy 1ith,
enclledl for three thontand men to forma en--a
amipment:., to be receivead in cotapanies a. for the
NOW, this is tao give notice that in raising these
three thousand men, I oill receive ten companiest
to form a regimnt, nad they may immediately
elect their field offi.-er:-, aar they may ala 5o after
they assetable at the encamptnent. The rolla of
the complanies, signing alistinctly a" for the war,'
and the certiticates aa to the eloesion oaf company
fiera, wust lirst he retturned to the Adjutant
General's Ouice. The first thirty companies
ol'redl, accordingt taa the realuirements of said
Prolamaatiaon, will ibe receivedl. O~ne Artillery
Compny anal two full Cavalry Comptanles, to
ea-h enatnupment, will b~e rea'eivedl; laut these
will he attantee, at any time, to any regiment or
regiments that the public service may req1uire.
July 2-4 41t 29
Flour and Meal.
50 Sacks Extra Family FLOIRt.
100 Sacks Superfine Family FLOI~It.
300 Hushgels eoru MEAL.
Fur Cn.-h. It. T. MTMS
Jutly :1 10f
NOTICE.--All persons indebtead ta the Es
Ntate of G. WV. Lanadrai, dee'd., are requested
to om frwardl immediatoly faor settlement ;an
those having demands against the samie will pro.
sent them. W. M. LANDR UM, Adyn'or.
A pril 3 If 1
Shingles, Boards, &c.
T H E Subscriber will furnish to order and do
liver HEWED TIMBER, BOARDS, SHIN
G LES, LA THS, &c., at the usual prie, and will
fill all orders promnytly, lie promIses satisfaction
to all who may favoar him with their patronage.
ie may at all times lie found at hir father's rceki
dnce tour milea fvrom 1dgenlld C. H.
Mar 13 tf 10
A LL persons having demanadr against the Es
tate of Rosela Blalock, dec'd., will pleas
ad them in to me. properly attested, immedi
. te.. nr n .A T ~Et or
NEW AND- B.EAUTIFUL GOOD S
SPRING AND SUMMER!
BAUM & KAUFFER,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
AUGU STA, 0-A.
Would call the attention of the Ladies to the fact that they have just received
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Of the LATEST and MOST FASH1IONABLE GOODS for SPRING AND
SUMMER TRADE. Our spacious Store is filled as usual
WITH ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE
Belonging to the Dry Goods line, and our customers will find the
VARIETY' OF NEE DRESS U0008
So eagerly looked for, and of which but little is in the market. We have on hand
a choice lot of
LAWNS, PRINTS, .
B'L.K SILK LACES, CRAVE MARETS,
CHALLY DELAINES--TOIL DES DAMES,
TOIL DU NORD, POLL DES CHEVRE,
PLAIN POPLINS, FIGURED POPLINS,
BAREGE ANGLAIS FIGURE, MOTTLED MODENAS,
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, CORSETS, LAVELIAS, PARASOLS,
HAIR NETS, HIMALAYAS, PURE MOHAIR,
GLOVES, MITTS, GEO. BUTTONS,
"cEOTclme 11ade GrO~ds :
IOMESPUNS, OSNABURGS. STRIPES, &c., &c.,
ALL OF SOUTIIERN FACTORIES.
Our stock in DRY CWOS e''ist' cf:
Brown Homaleiun, Tuwelinge, Linenl Drills.
While Shirting-, Diaper.. ('u imheros,
Sheetings. TiIable C'vers, llandkerchics,
Hickory, Marsaile Quilts, .J:ckonets,
Detn!ims, Musquliito Nettlling W hlite Goods
Marlburor, ' Burs. Cheeks,
Lineua, Pantaloon Stn ir. Swiss, etc.,
Table Cloths, (Cttou ndes, IInoup Skirts,
Napkins, M'rsraei~ies, , ., &c.. &c:.
laviug a F.TLL SUPPLY of all kinds of Gods ihr the. WIOIIl COMING
SEASON, we are selling them at the WELL KNOWN LOW PKEI(C,
Not Raising the Price of Any Article !
MANTLLLAS & DUSTERS,
Our own Manufactozxy,
In all the FASHIONABLE STYLES, and of the MOST VARIED MATERI
ALS, are daily added to our Stock.
BAUM & KAUFFER,
No. 175 & 177 BRO fSMREET
Augmma May I t
HENRY B. GALLMAN.
F. V. COOPER,
For Tax Collector.
W. 11. HOLLOWAY,
C. M MAY,
W S. CANNON, M. D., having located
" in Beech Island, offers his Professional
service to the public. Office and residence at
Mr. S. J. M. C.AaR's.
Becch Isla'^d, Mar 0, 1881. 6t 10
UPPER ROOMS OF MR. t1. D. TILLMAN'A
Edgefield, S. C., March 19, if 11
Convenient to the Carolina side.
Provided with the best the market afit-rd;.
Adjacent to first rate business houses.
Ready with conveniecnces to facilitate traveller.1
on any and every route.
Prepared to accommodate all who may deire it.
A good har and plenty of iec.
We respoetfully ask the attention of Edlgeiield
to our Ccd.
June 26 tf 23
AUSTIN MULLARKY, Proprietor.
Augusta, May I 3m 1
W. H. iHOWARD,
K0k I8801 iREju,
No. 172, Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
OPPOSITE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Keeps Always on hand
BACON, CORN, OATS, PEAS,
RAY, MOLASSES, LIME,
And all Kinds of Produce Generally
Augusta, Mar IS Cim 11
SPRING & SUMMER
PENN, Agent, respectfully inforcs t't
LE. nutnc--.ueastomes. that he is now rccei' -
..tg and or' 1ost BEAUTIFUL and
r ie . - .- -
to suit the Lao.. - -.
In MEN'e and D3OX
iesirable stock of GoodJs for . -
Vests, emnbracing every vari.:y of to.
Woolen TWE~EDS, r~inmer CASSIEll a..
-OTTON.\DES, DRIILLIN';S, Linen GO9I."
:nd Dlick Summer CLOTHS.
.1 Iarge and well selectel Stowck of $Jl'.'P
.iurebaited before the Tariff.
An-1 a great variety of othier dlesirablo 00e,1
to,' te-u.ous to tuention, :dl of which will b~e sobit
At Reasonaue Priceci.
.7iyA Iiberal dliscount made in toa caiustorr.
TOTICE...Appiiationl will he madelL to the
1. next Leg islature for a Public Roaid running
ecigteDeuenille Ro'ad, or the Pubraie ltud
runla by: .r. Chii . Plunket,', nbout .ne raile
South of thyii..: 'atiduke!?.
Junte 3 :at 23
.te pr.ytment, and th.e b:n. ing deandut' a;;aim. I
the same will Preceuit themt to the undereistud
W. (. MOR.AINE. Admw'"r.
Fresh Family Groceries.
E~ PENN.~ Agent. haS re-eivedl a fresh sur
ei p1y ni tiL'CEIUES OF~ EVERlY DEs.
.tuhT10N, i.-hid he wrill .-ell exclusively fo'r
tCash from thtis diate. All ordler:s for articile in
this line mnust be necompanied with the Carh.
Ti'sT r,-'*ired. IPirt.'en knudredl yad Thrk
eF arey (henrgin nu FL A NNL.S. an e..llent
till.\ C l RI.EY.
Auguea May I1: 2
CITY CURED BACON!
bfVbhLUS. 01TY CUED HA..
vant..; ltirkys.trickh, and fnr sale by
W. H. HOWARR,
Augueln.' May 7 41 l'
JC v eie FIFTY BAGS superIor Sporting
SHTc al Ns Also, on hand a rupply oft
good POWDER, CA PS, Ac.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hazmburg, Oct leI Cl 41
H AVINI been thrown out of ewploiutrent by
the hatrdness of the times, andl n.-hing g.o
crpari mynelf nr..l faamiy by my inheur, I bas e
se.uredl Mr. ,oode's Briek Shop where I pruopo:.e
to do all hind.-t of BLACKSMITHJING, particu
larly repairing Buggies a~nd Carriages, sin Irontr
wih lantatiorn work, Hor:.e Shemig, &c. All
work brought to the Shop will ho ?ren-ptly at
tended to. - JOHN MA LtY.
JTune~ l) tf 2:1
Ug RECEIVE'D 25 BARRELS A No.
.i FLOUR--inl Barrels, Half andl Qu-irter
Saks wi.h il b sldLOW FOR CASH.
May 1 tfy
Southern in EverytLhing.
I WILT, sell my retnaining Liock of YANKRE.
PATENT MEDICINES at Cost. I want toe
get rid of them-don't want to see a Yankee or his
Pills this side of Mason & Dixon's Line anymore.
R. L. G ENTRY, An-r.
Hamburg, June 3 4t 2!
BY order of the Ordinary of E~yidlt Distriet-,
BI will sell to the highest lJJer.at Edgefielet
C. H.. on the first Monday inA-.gst next a FN
LEER WATCH, bel9pidg to. the Estate of
Janes tuehton, dee'd, Terds trade kanown on
day of .sale. B. B. Ti HA TLEY, Ad'or.
July 15L!34. 2t 2
A No. 1 Lot of STRONG BUGGY HAR.
NESS. Will be sold low if applied for soonD.
I 8. E. BOWERS, .AgL.
Fwbll tf 6