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Another Confederate Victory.
RICUtoD. Sept. 15tb.-Official dispatches re
ceived here state that Gen. Loring had defeated
the enemy in the valley, Virginia, andl
that Gen. Jenkins had ma :: : -.ecasful raid into
Gen. McCown had made application for a largo
number of arms for the Kentuckians, who are
joining the Confederat- my.
Later from Buell's Army.
CnATTN.tooGA, Sept. 15.-Intelligence received
by the Daily Rebel says Buell has returned in 4
force to Nashville, stolen between ten and twelve
thousand negroes, working them on the fortifica
tions around Nashville. The negroes are starv
ing; many have escaped to their owners.
Large meetings are being held by Tennesseeans
in Middle Tennessee, the whole country is aroused,
and resolved never again to allow the enemy to
control their State.
From the Mobile Adcertiser & Regiuter, Sept. 12.
Still Later from the West.
JAcKsoN, Sept. 11.-I have obtained possersion
of a copy of the Cincinnati Commercial of the 6th
instant, from which I compile the following inter- 7
eating news summary :
"' The rebels," says the Commercial, "are at
Falmouth, Ky., forty miles south of Cincinnati,
adlvancing on the Covington and Lexington road.
"The church bells have rung the alarm. and
great excitement prevails. People and troops are
flocking by every conceivable conveyance into the
city ; farmers bring provisions and horse feed with
Military companies are thronging the railroad
stations-party strife is silent, and all are enlisted
fur the common defense. A
The msut extravagant rumors are in circulation.
The rebels are reported to have crossed the Ohio
at various places.
Gen. Kirby Smith has issued a proclamtiation to T
the people of Kentucky, calling Kentuckians to
arms. He says he has power to issue comris- T
sions, and appeals to them to make one effort fur
their institutions and principles. le says that 0
Generals Duckner and Breckinridge wilt soon be
with them, to make themselves the van -if the
armies of the Confederacy.
Maj. Gen. McCown.
This distinguished officer, now commanding the
department of East Tennessee, has returned from
a tour of observation at Cumberland Gap.
We loarn that the abolition besieged army at
the G:ap, under Yankee Morgan, are. working like
heavers throwing up two new batteries, as well as
case-mating their guns to prevent our shellin;
them out. Two hundred men were plainl to -
teen on the works. This looks like "la-tgl.::;g a
siege to scorn," but, from what we can learn. toy
must soon strike their banners on "the outer wall,"
for the want of pork and beans must soon n:ke
them succumb.-Knoxville Register, Sept. 12.
Battle Expected in Maryland.
Rietuxosn, Sept. 15.-Nothing later from Mary
land than Northern papers, of the 11th inst.,
which represent that Gen. McClellan's army had
marched beyond Roekville in quest of the rebels,
and a battle w..s expected in a few days between
that place and Frederick.
Fromh the Charle-ton (uri-r, 3',th.
KNOxiLLE, Sept. 14.-Couriers who left Lex
ington. Ky., on the 6th instant, biring dispatches
here this morning. Gen. Smith's army had not
yet resched Covington, Ky., but it was moving hi
forward and the people-rere rising en masse to at
join it. Three thousand mnen wdre redruited in
twenty-four liours. o
Gen. Smith calls for an immediate supply of' m
20,000 stand oIf armas. Ten Kentucky regiments w
were being raised under Gen. fUford. . w
Gen. Smith made a triumphant entry into Lex- o
ington on the 1st inst. The pe?ople from the sur- b:;
rounding country rushed spontaneously to receive ol
him, pouring in all day and .ioining in the wildest ..i
demonstrations of delight. The ladies cried with
joy and gratitude.1,
Gen. John Morgan arrived on the 4th, and was I
received with boundless enthusiam. -. Colonel a
Scott's Lousiana Cavalrp took poission of Frank.
fort, Ky., on the 3d inst/ Col. Scott planted his hi
battle flag on the dome of the State House, the
streets being thronged with men aud women from W
the surrounding country,'who received our troops
with a brilliant ovation.
The enemy evacuated Frankfort on the night of lg
the 2d inst. Col. Scott went in pursumit the next bia
morning, and sent back a large number of prison
era, besides three hundred mules. It was reported ta
that he had overtaken the flying enemy, hatd sue- C
ceeded in getting in their rear, and would capture fj
the eintire train, with vast quantities of property.
;.g We take the following paragraphs from
the Charleton Courier, of Sept. 15th:
FroM TnIr: BAn.-At sunrise on Saturday, the N
1 Sth instant, eleven steamers and one schooner
weLre in si:;ht. On Friday night, the 12th instant, 1
a large square rigged ship came up to the bar anti
soon stood off to sea.
The heavy firing heard on Friday was practi- re
cing at a sea target from one of the bloel:adlers. m
A private dispatch from Gordongville, Va., re' .
ports that H. L. Stevens, of the Staff of ColI. P. F. Ia
Stevens, of the Holcombe Legion, died on the 7th di
instant fronm the wound previously reported. F.h
(. Palmer was doing well.
Gen. Beauregard arrived here on Saturday andj
took rooms at the Mills House, atccomnpaniedl by
the following members of his staflf: General il
Toombs Jordan, Colonel A. R. Chisholm, Colonel
A. Roman, Captain Terry, Captain A. T. IBeaure- m1
Later Fromn the North. tI
aid, of the,llth instant, has b~eeni received hero.
It contains nothing later fronm the seat of war ; s
but mentions a report that Seward will resign
and aceept a foreign mission.
Oi Drr.-It is said on thme streets that there is A
a large fleet oh Yankee vessels ofi our harl,or. Ii
is supposed that they mnedimate an auseak on hbis
GEN. KEsasuAW's luGUADE IN .dt Aa-. t
Gent. Kershaw's Urigade was not. gau.1.i m~
the battle oft Manas-as PIhnins, In a leuv~r to t
his father in Gharleston,. dated Matnchester, I
September 0, a private of the 21 Regiment,
S. C. V., says:
",I leave for my regimeint on Monday. The e
old Second is nOW in Mar'ylandt. God bles
it. It was not in the Iate battle. TJhis h.I b
lieve to be reliable. A soldier, who arrived P
from there, says he left them in Maryland, C
uinder the coum'mand~ of Genm. 1). I1. Iln."a
A Goon E.~Me..-Tihe Governor of Ala- U
bama hsa issued a circular calling upon te
wonmen of that State to mamke socks for t be
50,000 men she has in the ield and who can ti
not bie clothed with the smatll stmn alloiwed w
themx for that purpose, wvhiilst everythinig is so
hi-.:. Ie stys tnat th..se who cainnot auffard w.
to furnish themi gratuitously will be paid at!
the r'ate of fifty cet a pair ir h~eavy cotton:,
and sventy-fie eriis 'r "is il ww-l.-nt s'.ek,;
and' appo"iits' places for their delvery. Con--i
tributious to comxpatiies (not to individuals) eI
will ha fnewarded free of cost to the donors. I t
For the Advertiser.
The Village Church Bell.
"lowly, with undulating sweep it comes
Through the dim op'nings of the forest aisles !
Vow bushed-now swelling up with fre 'hened
Peal upon peal resounding o'er the wilds
;till ringing soft anti clear above the sough
)f sad winds sighing in the dark pine bough.
o musically sweet !-Yet to my heart
It seems, in concert with the wood's low sigh,
o breathe that sorrow which his mortal part
Wrung from the" friend of siunrs" in the cry :
las ! how thrills mine own'in sympathy
SMy God! my God ! hast thou forsaken mue !'
t was not always thus;-there was a time
When sunny -kies looked down upon my lot
'lten the sweet invocation of that chime
Drew me with willing worship to that spot,
'tiends had not then grown cold ; nor death laid
o the sweet partners in my early fame.
ho only link that bound me to the past!
The only sound which spoke to tme of heaven !
.nd now 'tis gone ! I know it could not last;
That dream of earthly sweetness which had
'ime's touch is real !-llere, without relief
num'b'd I sit,-aloue with my great grief!
uw deep the gloom ! This leaden silence falls
Incubus-like upon my heavier soul,
urdling the quiver ing .utse, which over all
The strings of joy er.,e swept without control;
he liarp that erst hell rapture in its flow
ics erush'd by Fate's inexisrable blow.
et blessed Chimes ! thy prophet-tones irspire
Thoughts of that "better land," where grief is
nad of that tree, whose leaves with sweet'ninog
Shall heal the bitter streams which here have
den tri!l these symphonies !-tho' not for me,
Fur others, make thy Gosu:-uinstrelsy!
ii of at Saviour's love ;-ad'd let the tale
So true and wonderful, arr.-t the feet
many, wandering tur fr.m Wised:'s palu
Who here shall eawr thi~r - nerae&" to greet.
aus to the woes of life shall Peace be given
d all our weary thoughts fud rest in Ueaven.
For the Advertiser.
Lines to one who will Understand
Grieve not hrause thy ytittl is cone,
Weep not bec:tuse i:s joys are llowit
Ileed not ty threa.ls u' silver ha:ir,
Nor yet, t:e many lint's otf care,
Which iaari: thy brow, was erst so fair.
Rlniewiher 'tis the unndate high,
Thsr earth:y thi:gs must fade and die;
] ut fir the ble.t, beyond the tomb.
Unf:a:ing p: iig shalt ever bloom
Without onc shade of Autumn's gloom.
Then sigh nit that life's morn is past,
With pleasurce ai" too frail to last;
Iut smile because each fleeting year,
That leaves its impress on thee here,
hastens 'lie msomsent wtieli shall bring,
To hea eternal Youth and Spring.
E. W. It.
Egefield, Sept, -1, 1IS12.
For the Advertiser.
Tribute of Respect.
~t a regulair commnichtation of Caldwell Lodge
d August 'ith, 1tt2, the fotllowing preamble
d resolutione. were unniazonu~ey adopted:
WitaenuAs, Ittit please'dthte .ra'tnd Naster
the Universe to reeui fr~w ts, by dleath, ouer
chat~iuved brotiser Jt011N 15. WILLIA31S-a
*rthy brother Mason, a true friernd ands a high
nied and patriotie citizen. .le di-el int thte service
his country-and althotu'h he fell nut on the
tle-il, still we revere his memn.ry as asiwther
thu heroes and -martyrs of or glorious strug
e for independeneec. Therefiare.or scie
Rleroredl, Th::t in the .death tfoueac d
'other, the Fraternity antid rii Ltdge hits he-t a
arthy member, the Cotederate Statevs a brave
d gallanit sold.ior and citi:en, anti his faiuiiy an
rectionate husband pndfather.
1esolcd, That we .sincerely sympatbhise with
a bereaved family in their irreistrable loss.
Jr.oIecd, That our Lodge - Roomi be draiped in
ouring for ont u nonth, anid that the members i f
same wear the usuial badge of mournting for
Itecolred, That a blank page in the Secretary's
tok be dedlicatedl to the memory of our departed
tored, That the Secretary be instructetd io
ansmit to the famnily of htrother Wl'.:.tAits a
py of the above pre:amble and rtuolutions ; nnd
at they tbe publisheet ins the Edilield Aidcer
,er. J. S. CIlEATitIASI, See'ry.
For the Advertiser.
Tribute of Respect. I
A t a regular communication oif Caldwell Lodge
a. 82, A. F. M., held A ugust '7th, 18t;2, the fol
wing preamble antd resolutions were unaunimous
iint:sI has pileaised Almighty God, in
bose hands are the isnues of life and death, to
ove from us, bsy the sad casualties oif wnr, our
uh esteemnetd btrothter J. E. BirrunnALtivan,-onet
bom every acqjuaintance loved and admiredl. As
soldier lie was brave, and as a Mason trute and
voted to the Frateruity. Whilse we bow wi:h
mble sub~missiont to oiur Creator who cannot err,
t we deeply depsloro the loss of suchi a Marson
a citiZon, Therefore .
htsolcd, That a pega of our minute hook be
dicted to his memory..
feied, That the mxemabery of this Lodge wpar
o usal badige of mourning 'for thirty dlays ando
at the Lodge room be draped in mourning.
fleored, That a copy of theta Retsolutions be
i to the family oif the, d.acesed offerisng ilhem
o0 .ympathy andi heartfelt condoloeo of. this
iadge in thteir sad berenivoment.
feaord, That a e0-py of' these Resolutions he
nt to the Edgefield .i/errtit fr piublicastion.
J. S. Cii BAT A M, See'ry.
"iTe1 Socatt C.sr ti: CON00>:10:.'
tcrrespod'ent of tIt he ltiinore "Amerj~I
2 writes to I hat np'tar assilows;
Te rturni sf the armty to Washingtons is a
-ctmotfesin in itary cli'es, aind it.
ill doubtless !,e on' of -equ'al mors tification to
Ie whtole cou'.ntry. After fifteen tnonths of
ii and bl5ished we hove now returnedi to
in startng i',tloti n he whi,lc work has to
Liy notW ug:tdu reitertate their asse'rtioni with
rue shaow ofl planaibility, " that the South
mutot be conqiured."
There canti.t he said! to be any panic hecre,
it, the moirtifittation is great andu the disnap
intnent sit d.ep that-every mtani seems to
rr his feelings ini his cotuntentance.I
There are also rumors here this evensing of
eage in the Cabinet, but I think they are
g~gifJudsge O'Nealhe writes that lie has lost
ee tmileh cows tri'm entinig the sugtsr cane
ieh hadl been pl.'a~hghed op wheni green; grtw
gor cured, it is p~er:errhy harmless, lbut when
itedl, a rank poison.
:7 tien. .Jtekin.u, neenmp'itedl by his aid-da
aay, cu.:st. Quny, .r rsitt atihom' ns few daysa
ie-. his wound, thoiughi puu:1e, is to t r.ard
serios. The loss it hi, bri;ade wsis between
rcn amd f.mur hmord, L
YANEEE BRUtTALITY TO NEGROES.-A cor
respondent of the Richmond Dispatch, refer
ring to the treatment of negroed by the Yan
kee... eis :
A lrge number were killed at. Old Point I
during the last of July, for insubordination. g
Tt is also stated that one of our batterici on
the .lames River sunk a barge in tow having a
O80 negrocs on it, mostly f-om the lower
counties, all of whom were lost e'cept four.
The captain of the steam tug, when the barge
was fired into, cut her loose,thinking that our n
men would endeavor to capture her, knowing Y
there were slaves on board; but they contin- T
ued firing until the barge and all in her were el
FoxNoRTiwsT.RN IRGNIA.-Thetynch- ti
burg Repulican says that the accounts from
Northwesterni Virginia are most favorable. r
Gen. Jenkins has swept through the country r
with the impetuosity of a mountam torrent,
and all traces of Unionism are rapidly disap- I
pearing. The latest. accounts represent that cc
he has possession of the lltimore aid Ohio C
railroad at Grafton, and that be has captured cc
a thousand negroes, stolen by the Yankees a,
from the people of the Valley. n
From Savannah--Attack on Yankee
SAAt NAIH, Sept. 12. --On Wednesday two U
Yankee Larges approached Mr. Rogers' pice.
about. twelve miles from Genesis 'oint. O :
information of this fact reaching camp, Capt. S
MeAllister detached twenty men, went in per- ,
suit, and awaited the approach. As they near wi
our men, Capt. McAllister fired, killing the ti,
officer conmanding. A volley was then th
fired into the boats, and the Yankees fell to e
ha bottom. Our men continued to fire
through the sides of the boats which drifted fri
idl. Barges sent from a gunboat towed their
crippled comrades to the gunboats in the
tream. Nine men were lifled front one of'
the barges over the side of the gunboat and
live from another, making in all fourteen kill
ed and wounded. The gunboat after receiv
ing the dead and wounded put out, to sea. -
NGuhody was hurt on our side.--Charleston
Courier, Sept. 1L.i
The Washington correspondence of the s.
''ibune states Ibe loss in all the battles, in- be
'ludinx Sauirdav, at I2,t00, and calls Pope a
liar for over-ctimatinrg his loss. The rebel
loss is believed to be less, as they fought un
der cover. Gen. Banks burned his own bag
gage train, and destroyed three other trains
if the Union army, loaded with supplies. -
ieg.-l was wounded in the hand. The rebel
Gen. Ewell is reported killed, and Jackson
wouu:ded. One thou.sand surgeons had arriv
-d at Washington, volunteering their services. A
The corridrs and passagr s o' the Capitol are ]3t
ctupie. ftr hospital purposes. TI'ousands ire
pon lih.:usanidi of .traegless are in the rear
of the L'nio army. The Canfederates held
lhe battle fi-ld on Saturday. an
- e - ~ Sc
A litcuu-:n-r A' .t Lri.e Gnui.'s Ga.vi:.
--At London, Tenn., a few days since, a little
girl if fourteen, who had been very kind in
waiting rt the sick Confederate soldiers in A]
the ieighborhood, died of fever contracted in tin
the c:innps. A letter pays:
A letter was addressed to her mother, ex
pressing the deep regret of' the whole c um
ugnd at the death of her daughter, tendering
our warmest svrpathifs in her sad bereve
nent, and akirg pernueision for the inftntry dat
hutnItan to attend her funeral services and 3
brial in a body, as a mark of our re pect for
ter character. I Her iot her kindly consented,
mrl, at three o'ecl: this evening, the fune- ',r'
al services were prform-el. The different 'h
:opnes w)i-r iratwn up in a girive iin fi ont nsf
,t' the hoSe', and, afttr a few touchina n. ords 'mr
ronm the minister, thre corpse was placed in .r
he hearse, r.nd was moved flf in the dirrection ab~
,f' the gro've, the whole comnnand *lblloditg -pe
ith r''~evesed arurs and solemn step. A se
nire tonieliing sight I have seldm1ru witnessed.
I'e.rs were seeni stealing dowg~ the manly
aeek's ot' many a sun brtoa'ned soldier, unne
-ust'mied to weer. H er brody having been
leposied in its last resting place, ttmu-y re- C.
urnd alowly and sadlly to c'amtp, having wit- c:.:
esse'd arnother illustration of the truth thatn
"All I tit's bright must tf:de:
A Coon Urr't.--While the Yatikees w.ereJ
jurter'ed in ll anoveir thiere was -a repar-tee thi
nade to ione of' their oflleirs by a muembrer of
y church which is too gomod to tbe lust. The
eson wa4 a linre old mother int srael. full of
god sense, anid aboundnitng in Bibliical kno~wl
dge. Tihe Y:r ikee., had been tr'ublinig iner
, good decal, stearliing her corn, potat oes, ritd
bootinig her hens. ut ii she wais very mnch
xsneater.-Orie eveining a very gay look.t
ig offieer was swrgerinig abiot thre g itr, C,'
r'-rsing atnd SW'arinir. insin tirg thbe lnilyn
md mraking great boas. about taking Rtieu- it
niid and cursing lie Itobels. The old Ildy irb
ook it very coolly, replying to hinmn wiih
irrntess but inliteness. At l-i. thiinkingrt
estroy all hter hopes of our success, hie sai-':
Why madam, we have seen Ricinnd,
rotm our balloon we can see the v'ery str'ee.
Yes," replied the rbl Lidy, very coolly. hy
and Moses climred Mt. P'isgah, and saw thre at
roishedl land, but he inever got there." I
. needless to adid that thre Feuderal veinted hris
wrath in oaths loud aind de'ep, arid thren di
apea red rather chagrined by the scriptural W
alusion. TI. W. H1. hh,
Chmseianr O.bserver-. at
R ay r~Y oa HOG CroJ.rmta-PAss rr A i.oxo.
,The Hog Cholera, weo re:ret to learn, is .
nw making great ravages in some p)ortions LC
f Georgia, arid it is or1 vast irrportance to Lc
find a remedy. A friend tells us thte follow
ing has been thoroughly tested in the region
t the Altamnaha River, aind f'ouind to he an
infallble specific f'or, as5 well as a preventiveI
gainst, the disease. .Wet some shelled corn for
p a basket witht spirits of turpentine, and nNt
throw a handful of 1.he corn to each hog eve
y two or thi'ee days, for two or th-roe timues.
Do riot soak thre corn in tire spirits--simply ret
wt it antd it will immiediattely dry again, but
leave thre corn imupegnrated with the turpen-ti
z~r-Capt. L. M. Grist, (iif tihe Yorkville Eu
fnier',) Co. A, l2thr Rogt. S. C. Y., received a so. Mr
er woitnd in the right arm in thre late battle. rd
e' nativ'e that Crapt. G's compn~any had six killed
r:d ninneen wounded in the entgamgem-m~t.
- A UG USTA, Sept. 15. Fu
COTTON.-Thecre has been no essential changrt
n Lte Crton mnarketL siie r larst rcponrr. Mid
uing 's qttutL'e art aboti 17 cenits. Wen hea'r of' a sp.
nninhr of .nr:des tmade thre past week otn priv'ate isi
BACON unehanged, prices rangIng from -f15 to
0 etn. y It). Al
FtLOUR.-Excelsior and Panragon Mills have th
dateut their rates for Flour. Prices rango from
S32 to S:S5 y barrel.
SItAIN.-Whteat is comtinig in slowly, andi is in
'ir demnandi front $3.5t0 to $fl,00 2 tbushiel. Oats
rive advanced to $2,00f 'ji bushel; Rye $-I,50 y S
Stt A R S arndl M'OLASSES uneh~ttgedl.
SA L."-W.i qtute Virginrit nt $50,00 ~;/ suchl. no
A snis quanutity of Liverpnool is in market at $75 "ii
Co13TRY PRlOD,'CU -We' 'tw'to asn follows:
her on fet', . ib i. nett. 11 (.14 : tPork. ntrrt, '.2 s
42 e.; Cik :i, e.,eh, :t5 to 75 cia.: Iri:-b I'nte- t
toes $4 'j busheil ; Sorot, Potatoes $.1,00 to 5,00 ol
~ bushl. 'k
"To the Planters.""
Aemeor COmtow, 40 IaIan-STar.va, 1
August 12, 18d2. j
.1eeasre. Editor.:-Froa the number of lette
am still receiving from various parts of t;
tate, requesting information about the " lledgt
otton," and as to- the manner of remitting t
mounts for Cotton already sol, -and to be soli
have concluded that the card I recently pul
shed on both of these points in your paper cool
)t have been seen by all parties interested. Wi
)n, therefore, allow me to. state again that M
nos. N. Jonssox, an experienced Cotton Brokt
this city, with his assistants, will call on t
trties in due time and negotiate with them as I
e purchase of the " Loan Cotton ;" but I wi
ank all planters who have already sold, or it
nd selling to others, than the Government, I
mit me the net proceeds of-sale, either in
-aft on one of our City Banks, or in Treasur
utes, without further delay. As soon as I at
rtain whether they prefer Confederate Bonds
:rtiticates of Stock, (both bearing eight pe
nt. interest, but the former paysble to bear(
d the latter to order,) I will have them prepare
.d remitted to the planters. But it is importar
at I should first receive the remittances, for m
ders aro to give eight per cent. interest from th
te of the receipt of all moneys, and it will b
possille to make a calculation until I receiv
e amount. As 'he Binds and Certificates c
tck are only issued in 1000's 500'f, loo's an
's, should the amounts of sales be uneven,
I further thank the planters to add on the frac
u, so as to make it conform with the issues c
e above securities. Pressing engagements, i
onection with the duties of my office, comps
to adopt this mode of communicating with m;
ends in the country.
I. S. K. BENNETT,
General Agent for State of South Carolina.
Sept. 3 2t 35
Dn, at Grenada, Mississippi, on the 18th o
nit 1862, of Pneumonia, B. 11. PIERCE BUT
R, son of B. G. and V. L. Kenney, of- Natchi
ies Parish, La., formerly of Elgefield Distrie
C., aged 22 years nnd 14 days. He wa- a meta
r of Company A, 19th Regiment, La. V.,
0 weep, no more, my sister dear,
Nor heave thy bosom with a sigh,
Death is the common lot of all;
'Tis for their country they do-die.
E. A. II.
For Senate. -
prWc are authorized by Co: K, 1st Regt
tillery, S. C. V., to announee Col. THOS. G
,CON a candidate for the State Senate at th
ept 17 to 37
-The friends of Oeu. R. 0. M. DUNOVANJ
.orize us to announce him a candidate for th
ate at the ensuing election.
sept.:3 tee' 35
p-Wo are authorized by the friends of 'Col
T1I UR SIMKINS, to announce him a candi
:e for the Serate .t the next election.
iopt.:; tot 35
For house of tepresentatives.
Un. Emntron: Many voters,iu the 10th or Salu
Regim:ent would respectfully nominate Dr. W
MOLEY as a suitable person to represen
mn in the neort house of Represcntatives. 'They
influenced to this enurse from the fact, that ir
announcetnents already made, the Saluda si.d
he District seesms not to have lier qutota o
idiates; and we think it not unfair that ever;
ion should b~e propey represented. Thb
ve natmed gentleman is aL man of age and ex.
enc, and as fe~..w 4. not un
eptable to the District genay.
iept 17 --to0 37
i-eare authoriged by O. K, Ist Rtegt. S
V., to anouncO~e Cot. THIOS. 6. LAMAR
didate for the House of Rdpresentatives at thb
ept. 17, ~ t 37
ja We are atuthotrized by the~ friends of Col
II. GIF Nto fanniounice hie a cnndidate foi
Huuse of Represenstatives ~t the eneuinj
set 17, to5 37
t- AAJIn A LFR ED L...DEARING is re
etfly nomnina ted a caodidate for a seat in thb
use of Representatives. It-a needless to pint
the fact thaLt Miij. DEARI~e -has been in thb
federate dutring- the present war. He need:
such recommnen.inion~ in ii District lie ha
tfully representedl heretofur, and we ask foi
u now the renewedl support if the peopile.
1st Reg t. Artillery, S. C. V.
se 17.e 7
gi-Dn. JOUIN G. W~ILTA[S is nominated
ii. frienids urs a caindiidlaro tor the Legislator
ibe niext eineion.
7-iy o have becen authorized by the friends o
LLIAM CLBR ,EA'THl, Esq., to annoone
i a candidate for the House of Represenmtative
the approaebing einetion.
lept 17 to* 37
fi?'We are authorized by the friends of JOH 3
TT, Esq., to announce him a candidate for thi
~islatre at the next election.
eptl -7 toe :7
iThie friends of Maj. GEORGE A. ADDI
authorize us to p~nnounen him a candidat
the House of Representatises atthe approach
spt 10 'too . 36
gThe friends of H. T1, WRIGflT, Esq.
petfully nomiinats him b andidate for a sea
the ouse of Ropresentatives at the next elee
sept 10 te* 36
SWe have been authorised by the frienids
j. ADRHA M JONES to announce himt a can
ate for the .Legislatuto at the ensuing olection
cpt. 10 tes 36
p a. W. U. TIMMERMAN is respetful
nomiated~ by many friends as a enadidate fqi
eat in thbe House of -Repiresentatives at the en
sep t10 ,. tes 36
p Manmy friends of Col. JOHN H UIET re
etfouy nominate him ai Candidate for the Leg
stre at the ensuing election;
ept. it, teo 3
g rer authorized by the friends of W. W1
)A MS, Esq., to annosne bins a candidate foe
State Legislature at the next election.
N1t. 3 tot3
pr The frienids of Col. P. L. CA LHOUN taki
msure in antnouncing him a candidate for Lhb
st L egislature.
Sept. 1 too 3
g~Col. JOHN F. TALUIERT is respectfull.1
muinated b~y his friends as a candidate for a sea
the House of Replretentatives at the next elce
n. Sept. 3 - ten'3
,.F-The Friends of Capt. E. WV. PERRLY rc
etflly nominatn him a cantdidate for a sent it
iHouse of Rtepresentatives at the ensuins
&u 20 u a 33
For cornmissioners of the Poor.
At a reghi.r aumding of 6, U:sar l of Corne
miaioners of the Poor for Edgefeld Disttlet,
1i hold at the Poor Hount on the 2d day of Sept,
e 18:12, the following namad gentlemen were duly
d numinated for the next hoard of Cunmmissioners
aI of the Poor for Edgefield District, viz:
d, Col. M. FRAZIER,
Id Col. B. M. TALBERT,
11 SIMEON CROUCH,
r. JULIUS BANKS.
r The Managers of Election at the different boxes
ti in the District are requested to post up the names
to of the foregoing persons as Candidates for Com
11 missioners of Poor, and open a box for their elec
- tion. M. GRAHAM, Chair. Board,
A. Josrs, See'ry. Pro Tem.
R.H. PARKER will be in his office
ir regularly each day during sale-day week;
r but after then be will only be there occasionally,
as his Professional engagements throughout the
d District demand much of his attention.
it gIHaving to pay the highest Cash prices for
a Dentistry materials, he will hereafter work ONLY
e FOR CASH.
e Sept 10 tf 36
Planters and Merchants.
H ATS WILL BE EXCHANGED FOR WOOL.
One Hat for every two pounds of clean wash
Of ed Wool.
a I can furnish one hundred to five hundred, or
more if required. C. P. REMSEN.
Columbia, Sept 10 2m 36
A T a regular meeting of the Town Council of
Edgeiold, the following Resolution was
Rseniced, That the Town Council of Edgefield
pruclaiw, in acordance with the Proclamation of
President DAvis. that THURSDAY, the 18th
fint., he observed as " a day of prayer and thanks.
giving to Almighty God, for His great mercies,
- and to implore Win to conduct our country safely
through the perils which surround us, to the fual
t'tainneut of the blvsrings of peace and security."
And the C.,unuil also request the suspension of
secular business, and that our Churches be opened
on that day.
o. T. WRIG lIT, Clerk.
Sept 18 1t :7
Election Notice !
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that an
.Eelection will be held on Monday and Tues
day, the 13th and 14th days of October next, for
one STATE SENATOR and SIX REPRESEN
TATIVES to the State Legislature. At the same
time and places polls will ho opened for COM
MISSIONERS OF T1lE POOR for Edgefield
Edgefied Court 11uue-J. H. Mims, T. J.
Teague, James Murrell.
Liberty /ill-Joseph L. Talbert, J. F. Burress,
3/nut Wlin-ili Stone, E. W. Stibels,
-Surry'-J. R. Smith, G. H. Long, R. S. Bur
J/I,,re's-Lemuel Brooks, J. T. Henderson, A.
lichrdon's-Caleb Walton, J. F. Free, John
Cullier's-Robert Hammond, W. E. Middleton,
T. M. Crafton.
.Cuioma'' X floadr-Wm. Clary, Frederick
Scur'ry, P. J. Coleman.
1nrn'. .di/in-A. C. Dean, E. A. Dorn, S. W.
/eiach FIanl-T. S. Miller, Ulysses Wilson, P.
Gruiterille-Thowas Jennings, D. L. Turner,
James J. Grega.
Aen,-MXartin Eidson, B. Wf. Bledsoe, Henry
Sickerson'a-S. J. Dyer, Isham Culbreath,
J'rry'a X Jtoada--Winfield Coleman, Samuel
Smith, Jfames C. Ranmnge.
J1ambuJrg-Robiert G. Lanier, M. HI. Hunter, 0..
IH. P. Scott.
/tountmre--James Kemp, T. N. Durat, Seabron
Bomdrrea-.Seabron Temple, 3. A. Loll, Win..
IJhering Street--Benjamin Ouzts, Isaac Ouzts,
A'orriW-Emanuul Whittle, Wilson Holstein,
A taas Shealey.
Germanoville-J. A. Kinard, Levi Shkealey, Tyre
Parkem'-. W. Rtobertson, C. L~. Blair, M. N.
Lybrand'a-Jammes White, Le',i Lybrand, Fran.
WhAite /I,.mue-Lundoln Tucker, Samuel Black
well. Ellinmgton Snmerlmma.
fled flill-J. A. Lanier, Wyatt Holmes, Jr., P'.
.lfiek/.'a-A. T. Coleman, J. M. A bney, Spen
P/cowar .Lone-B. F. McDowell, J.. Culbreath,
1/Jatcher's--Miltonm Miles, Samuel Posey, Jos.
J)emnton's-P. W. Wil'.m, John Cheatham, S.
Pine 1I,.ne-A. J. Hughes, J. L. Mathis, 0.
IRdge-P. R. Ashill, Robert B. Watson, L. P.
C 6onpen'rle-H, C. Ning, r. V. Cooper, F. A.
J/oiley's--W. M. Raborn, J. W. Denny, Julius
Xhaft.-lield-James Callison, Josiah Langley,
L. H1. Kemp.
.Ai.ron-J. P. Nixon, S. 0. Meriwether, Nich
. .las Meriwotnur.
SOnet Senato'r nd six Representatives to be elect.
edh. Election to be declared at the Court House.
E. W. SEIBELS, Chair. B, M.
Sept 1'7 te .37
The State of South Carolina,
Y W.tel FDUI EEsquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, William Adams ha'h applied to me
fur Letters of Admiuistration, on all and singu
Iar the goods and ehattlo's, rights and cedits of
D. S. Adams, late of the Diistrict anforesiaid,
These tire, therefore, to cite and adqtonish all
Sa'ed singular, the kipidroil 4nd creditors of the
.said deceased, t.o be and unppear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Coprt for the said District, to be
holdeu at Edgetleld C. h. (In the 2tith day of Sept.
inst., to show causo, if tiny, why the said adinitis
f~ lion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this I1th day of
-Sepm.. in the year of- bur Lord one thousand
.eight hundred and sixty-two, and in the eighty.
seventh year of the Independence of the State of
.Wot arln. 3. F. DURISOE, 0. E. D.
rSept 10 2t 3'7
I N obedlienc~e to orders published at Hleadquar
ters oaf thte 22d Regiment S. C. V., Gordons
- vile, Va., Aug. 16ith, 186i2, all abrent mecn of
.Company A, 22d Regiment S. C. Y., who are able
to returnm for duty, will be reported as nbsent with..
out leave If they do not join the Company imme
diatel.iut. R. B. H UG HS,
Comm'ng Co. A, 22d Regt S. C. V.
' Sept2, tf 35
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM this Village, on Sunday evening last, a
a large BROWN HORSE MULE, having no
,shoes. A reward will be paid for its delivery at
the Saluda House.
Sept 10 tf 36
t PP1LICA TION will tbe made at thbe next Ses
. ioni of the Legislature to altar and amend
the charter of the Town of Aiken, S. C.
Sept. 10 Sta -.36
l LEAN COTTfON AND LINEN RAGS can be
sold for cash at the Advertiseer office.
IAug. 27 [3
T UE Exercises of this School will be resumed
on Monday. the 15th of September next.
The undersigned will be assisted by two com
petont Teachers, besides the Music Teacher.
Mr. G. 0. .ROBINSONi of Charleston, a gen
tleman of the best qualifications, and many years
experience in teaching, will, for the present, have
the entire charge of the Music Department.
The terms will be the same as heretofore, ex
cept that a charge of $10 per' Session will be
made for instruction in Vocal Music, in Clses.
Pupils wishing separate, private lessons in Vocal
Music will make a special agreement with the
It is probable a few young ladies way obtain
board in private families.
The difficulty of procuring suitable Text-Books
must be met by Parents and Teachersas best they
Persons wishing additional information will ad
dress L. R. GWALTNEY.
Aug 26 tf 34
A Delightful Residence
T HE Subscriber desires to dispose of his resi
denceo situate on the Hamburg A Edgetield
Plank Road, 2& miles from Edgefield Village.
This is undoubtedly one of the most desirable
places in the District. The Dwelling is large and
commodious and well planned, having nine com
fortable Rooms, eight of them with fire-places
all neatly finished and in good order. The out
buildings are excellent and well arranged. There
are also on the premises two large Wood Shops.
Two Hundred and forty acres of PINE LAND
belong to this beautiful, convenient and comforta.
ble home. About one-half of the land is cleared,
whilst the balance is well wrioded. This Tract is
blessed with a plenty of the best water-wells,
springs and branches.
There are also on the premises a fine young
Orchard embracing some 800 choice Fruit Trees.
pfFor further particulars, terms, ec., apply
to the subscriber on the premises.
Sept I0 tf 36
T IE Trustees respectfully announce that the
BELLEVUE SCHOOL, situate some three
miles below Edgetield village, on the old stage
road to Augusta, will be resumed on the first
Monday in September, under the charge of Miss
It. J. HALE. The usual branches of a thorough
English education will be taught, together with
Music, &c. Terms reasonable.
Boys over twelve years of age will not be ad
mitted. B. P. TILLMAN,
Aug 20 2t* 33
S I send to Augusta every Monday for ad
vance files of the City papers, I will make
arrangements to carry Passengers dues, not to
ring them back however. Price, $3 per head.
Apply at this office. A. SIMKINS.
' Will arrive in Augusta from dinner-time to
supper-time to suit passengers.
Aug20 tf 33
NY parson wishing a fine large CAVALRY
A HORSE, can get one on good terms by ap.
lying to me soon. Address, Richardsonville,
Edgelield District, S. C.
UEO. M. ETHEREDGE.
Aug 20 2t? 33
Columbia, S. C.
FORMERLY OF KENTUCKY,
Is prepared to fill orders to any extent in
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING
BANK NOTES, BILLS OF EXCHlANGE.
Ae., &c., &c.
EN'GRAVING UPON STEEL OR STONE.
Large supplies of BANK NOTE and other
lAP'Elt will be kept.
Columbia, Au2 1 Sm 31
OF GREAT VALUE,.
ts Prominent Ingredlients, DOGWOOD, WILD
H1ER RY and POPL AR BA RK, have an estab
ished reputation as medicinal agents, and are of
hcmselves its best c'noendlation.
Prepnred by J. DENNIS, M. 1)., Augusta, Ga.,
.nil sold in this town b~y E. 31. PENN.
SAugG 0 3t 31
T UEIR being some complaint of the Public
itRoads being in bad order in the District of
adgtield, the Comminsioners of Roads are there.
ore herceby ordered to have the Roads in their
everal Divisione put in good ordecr imamediately,
,d should any of the Commissioners of Roads be
n the army, the Chairman of the Board to which
he atbsent Commissioners belongs will immnedi
ttly appoint a Commissioner to serve during the*
bsence of the one absent.
OEO. B. MILLS, Chair.
of Gen'l Board.
Sept. 3, 3t 35
BA RNWELL C..H., August 27, 1862.
r HIE Sequestration Act of the Confederate
States of America, requires that the interest
imnil debts due to alien enemies, shall be paid
nnually, on the 80th of August.
If payment be nit made, it shall lie the duty of
he Receiver, through the District Attorney, to
ipply for ano execution, directed to thu M'arshal,
on collect said interest.
J. J. RYAN, Receiver.
Sept. 10 .21 36
Mesquit Grass Seed.
I HA4VE for silo a few bushels MESQUIT
(JRASS SEED. Apply soon.
G. M4. WEVER.
Sept 10 ______ if 36
ALL. Persons indetted on Bonds in the Com
missioner'a Office, are notified to come for
ard and make arrangements for the payment of
he Confederate War Tax on their respective
Bnds, by the 1st day <.f October next. During
my absence they can call on S. B. Gnternt, Esq,
whlo will attend to the matter for me,
Z. WV. CAUWILE, C.E.E.D.
Aug5 5t 31
LOST or Stolen from the Subscriber, in Augus
ta, about the 1st August, my POCKET
BOuOK, containing about $31i in money, and two
otes,-one a due Note on Felix Bodlie, for $20,
ien about the 1st Dec. 1801,-the other on Eli
nmh Watson, sr., for $l1,45.duo 2 years,-both pay
ble to the Stubseriber. All persons. are hereby
autioned against tradling for either of the abo~ve
otes, and any information concerning them will
e thankfully received.
Mine Creek P. 0., Aug 263te 34
Tell the Children
T0 gather up all pint and quart bottles with
Dr. Dennis' name stamped on them, and
ring them to this office, for which the cash will
Aug. 27 'tf 84
ALL persons having demands against the Es
tate of the late G' Walker, of Charleston,
itl present them duly-attested, and those in
lebtcd will wake payment to
ELIZABETH L. WALKER, Ex's.
August., Ga., Sept 8 4eow 36
H lE highest price given for BEES-WAX at
the Post Ofie.
Se..t 10 n 36
F. V. COOPER,
HENRY B. GALSMAN,
For Tax Collector.
C. M. MAY,
W. H. HOLLOWAY,
tS'We have been authorised by the M ds of
Mr. NAT. RAMEY, Sr., to annoa.ee himi
Candidate for Sherifg of Edgehild Distriet at the
next election. '
Jone[25 tf * 26
ROOMS IN UPPER STORY OF BUILDIN
ADJOINING MASONIC BALL.
Edgefield, S. C., March 19, -f 11
D E N TI8ST,
146 Bnoan STnRaT,
Over Chichester A Co's Drag .Store,
Dec. 24, 1861. tf. 4
AUSTIN MULLARKV, Proprietor.
Augusta, May 1 .8m 17
State of South Carolina,
Win. A. Rutland, -
Ja. White, et. ux. et. al.
Laurence P. Rudland, et. al...
Y virtue of an order of the Court In the ebere
stated case, I will proceed to sell at Edgefleld
C. HI., on the first Monday in October next, the
following Real Estate of $. Watson Rutland;
dec'd, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND containing Three .
hundred and eighty-two (382) acres, score or l.se,
situate in Edgefleld Distriet, and adjoining lande
of Mrs. Temples, Wm. Snipes, E. D. Watson, Mrs.
Derrick and others.
Termn--Sold ou a credit of one fnd two years
with interest upon botb4netaliaents from lst Jan.
1883, (at which time poaeesion will be given) e.,
cept costs of suit, which must be paid in cash.
Purchaser to give Bond with at least two good
sureties to secure the purchase money, and pay
for titles extra. Z. W. CA RWILE, c.a s.o.
Comm'ers Office, Sept. 4, '62 4t 10
A LL persons indebted to the Estate o. ..as. H.
Swearengin, de'd, are earnestly solicited to
come forward and pay up, as I desire to setle up
the Estate as soon as possible. Those having
claims against said Eatate will render theso in
D. R. DURISOB, Adm'or.
Sept 10 sa d -
A LL -Persons indebted to the 1(state of Q qe g .
JKershaw, dse'd., are requested y ..eke
meut forthwith, and those havbnidqemands agalest
said Estate are required to pro~i.perly
attested, on or before the day of1808, sa
final settlement on that Estate will ha made on
that day, in the Ordinary's Ofie.
D. A. BODDIE, Adsfor.
Apr 23 Iy* 18
T HIE Overqeers of Roads in my ,eadl division
Iare hereby ordered forthwith -to order out
their road hands and to put their roads in good,
passable order. A. JONES, Coim'er
Sept. 3, St 15
Shingles and Wood!
54) IdUICHOICE SHINGLES forsale.
I will deliver goad Oak WOOD at.
82,50 tor four horse wagon load.
P. B.. BLALOCE.
Aug 6 if 81
State of South Carolina,
Julia KC. Clegg, Applicant,
Amon E. Farrow, et al, Daf'tS,
I F appearing to may satisfaotion that Amon R.
Farrow. William M4. Williams and Elisabeth
is., his wife, Defondiants In the above stated ease,
reside from and beyond the lunits of this Stater
It is therefore ordened that they do appear and
object to the division or sale of the real estate of
Vaihti Farrow, dee'd., on or before the 13th day
of November uext, or their eonsent to the same
will he entered of record.
W.PF. DURISOB, 0.3B.1D.
Aug. 18, 1862. 12t 33
T H E Subscriber respectfully notifies the eltisens .
ofEdgeield and vicinity that he has cem
menced the BUTCHERING BUSINESS, and
will slo his utmost to provide the people with the
Best Beef, Mutton and Pork.
that can be bad. For the present his regular
market days will be Tuesday and Saturday mora- .
ings at 7 o'clock.
Those having fat Cattle, Sheep or Hogs fer
sale will do well by calling on the Subserlber.
palMy terms are strietfy csh.N.RMY
May 27 tf 21
State of South Carolina,.
COJIJON PL EA&.
Critsa AFleming, A~VU
Mark wE. Sweeny. }
rUE Plaintiffs hi the above stated esse,'.having
tis day filed their delaraties in my ofia,,
and the Defsadant having neithe wife nor Attor
ney known to reside within the limits of the State,
on whom copies of maid Declaration with rules to
plead can be served, On motion by W. W. MopSt
gomery, Plaintif's' Attorney, Ordered that the
said Defendant appear and pead to said Deelara
tion within a year and a day from the date hereof,
or final and absolute judgment will be given
13. NARtRISON, C. .7
June 2, 1862. Iyge 2S
T ~HE Subscriber will pyteighest atel
Lpriee for all good dr BDES.
J. W. APEL.
July 10 tf ' 0
I WISH TO RUT l0ser 18 LIkely Young
ANegro Fellows, between the ages of leand
25 years. The highest Cash prices will be ppd.
July 30A. A. GLO! .
Bricks for Sale !
4O ~ NEWLY BURNT BRICK fat
e~I sale for Cash.
M. e. BU~fmi,3.
June 25 tf - 1