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rrei-innai? KV*RY fl?PNK??*r ?toastier
A- 8IKXIJTS, P S. ?TTRISOZ, ft E- Kl
?AXKS T. BA?pyJtoiTOa.
l.icut. C*1- *?lJ>('rt RlMd? LAtc C
utrtiiiier ci thc 7th Itc5?-aci?, S. C
Amol'.; tho ipnoy gallant .-phiid wu* IIKVO I
during ibis nu H ess w?r, non? deseivo, *
bundi) ?nd tj-<*rtG o? t?'o:.r epu?trymeu, nioio
orab> insotion, fore grateful ruta s-tn briner,
glowiug^ratltude, iban Li -ut. Cul ZiVBKhT Ii'
lal? com-nwider o: tbc 7tb Regt. S. C. V. I
battle of Ciiickainv'ge River, near Kir:,'*'hi
September ??tu 1S?3; whii? iiitref idly i-a-lit
regim.-?i?t in the a-?i^??lt, Lo r?-coivci * S
woatid, wi ich then ?md tb-.-ro ended hi? c>n
glory, h?r,or, cad us??fu!?-.i8S.
Cel. BLAXD waa hom c?ur Edjrefield
Jluiue, S. C., on tlc ?9lh cf April nu<
nt the time of his -death, in the 41st ya?-r <
ugo. Boru aud reared in hfilecceo, ?nd btv
fa'her ambitii-us for bis iront , hi? ?ducation
yautsgos W?** of *-bo beet- Naiuro glf.ed
Wjlh a uloar. vigorous ?nd criminel intelisc
iulo?eot, together wi.h bis nlreoat unpura
nativo on?r?y aud vigorous a;;plicaiiuu, ca
pf rapid aud lasting awjuir?icuntp,
Having cbosMU for bim.-elf tho profesai
modiolne, ho loft bis Imnio at ibo age of nin?
? ead J.>pRrt.?d ti? th? city of 'Vow York ; s
M.'dieal Uaivurdty of which place, a???r sou?
?v?r two yetTs' study, he gradua ted with ho
bl? destination. Ardent cud ambitious ir
protea don, ho remained in Nen York for a
two yeare after Jiie gradua bi vn, attending tl?
pit?is of th? city ; still vtuiryinsj, and still
ring knowlodgo from tho learuod m- i? ol
faculty, among whom ho hid warm aud lu
Jn thc ?-prias of 13 (fi, bo-ralartu-d to his !
in Ibo South, an aecoiaplis?od, witty, gn?<
e'nl g.il!*nt eavdier. in vftry fow racD'hs
ht? rotttrn from tu?? North, ho agiir: left bis li
and departed io Krsico, with tho gWiona
historic P?ilir,<?ito Uogiincnt, ?s its Aral
' Bar?oou. Ho pascod throujb ibo ardnouj J
?AU Huupai|fl?, with h >uor and practica! impi
m. nt to hiuiself, willi Htorliuii ncrfulnoss t<
feil-?"* poldiei?, end with the biglic?t tathuery
appU'usooi bUcummu*?r, ibohcrcicandfcni
ly Col. 1'. M. BUTLER. Ila returned to Edge
Ratlin, at tho tlrtfo of lue war with Moxie
ISIS; ?nd fr>m that time to t?ie breaking ??
fha prr-soi.i, wur, bas livod in our n;id?! as a r
lar, scioulifici reliable fearless aud sjmpathi
pbyr.'"iar?,-and ns n graceful s:id gi find mot
pf seeiely. No citizen of his cc n; euri i ty
/ more public-spirited, aa' ibo huCTt of tho ps.
. |iJ?/ot throbbed ?a tho bosom of a truer or i
re.iiy man. lio.id ci-'.a, kind il?eil?^ and pica
W--r.O, h.?vi iir.orwo7oa bis r.aino and per* .
thai no? or-Tiding and hall w ri memory of fri?
ship thal cluster* around in--, grateful bruit,
niln.l readily receiving cultivation, bis raf
the dil position to he ehtirged ti it h a l^sr opp.:
n?y. Although actively engaged io.- several y
previous to til? romtnenccuiettt of"tilla wai
1/rofossii'nf.l bcrincis reo^niring his p< : -orip.1 ni
tiou, yet he nevijr ceusn-.i lo bo more or )t
student; but with an application of true me
devotion, niatio hlaisolf one of tho bert iufwri
laen of oar community. Unpretentious and
podrntic, be was yet a b?'tcr echoinr tenn in
uii-n-XTomul hiia 'dtittnguistied for "hig'n tlU'i
end political philips. ?Ii? ans i: t ilhfnliii
with many of Ibo higb-jst brauchos of study ?
braced iu thu course of a first thus r.du.-atiei).
in March 185-1, ho married tbs Ndy, whom
. has now iefc, with blighted yenth .".nd bligh
heart, to mourn his itntbucly ead-that ead wk
ls to hor thc end of sunshine, the beginninj
shadow. Iiis d?votion r.s husband and luther >
efevnte-l. intens?, unceasing; 1>5J daily life iv
bis wiff> and children-vas one hro.vl auiile nf t
dercess and !<;vo. His record >.>? hu?i>nnd si
father is without spot cr blemish-unsullied
tho leaves of a white roso.
But it was as tho soldtor ho was host knot
He was ni??n?; ihc very fust to respond to thee
pf his country, in Jauuaty 1861, ho was i
pointed by Uov. PiCKOJCS, Surgooa cf tho
Regiment i>. C. V., commnndod by the lamen!
Gn>;ca, and stationed st that time on Merris .
laud; ia this capacity be served but two mont!
at thu end of which time, (heil with patriotic i
dor and loro of martini glory, ho resigned X
ot'inciissiuti, determined to sock more activo ct
Returning homo about tho first of March I8C
be was aeon made Captain, of th? 'Jfi: Rifles, oi
of the beat organised, crriilcd, and Oqoipped cori
panios we have seen durin- tho war. This cor
pany formad tho right and rifle company of tl
7th Regiment In the latter part of March, Cap
BLAND left with if for Charleston-and carried
theno-o to tho Camp of Instruction near Aikc
wtteTe the Regiment remained abent six woeTi
On too 4tb <?r June ISC!, tba 7th Regiment d
parted for Virginia ; sir.uo then its career bas h
oonio part of tno history of our country.
As"? company oommundar iu every respect, n
havo nevor seen the equal of Capt. BLAND, ll
was loved, confided in, trusted upon, and respec
ed by bi? mot?; an?! their prido of him amounte
to buruiug oiithueiasm. His proficiency ns ii
instruct'-r of iur try tactics, and his capacity ft
CA^amand, wore cvineod in tho evoiuti-'iis "ud sol
dierly bearing of his Company, and marked hil
put fer promotion. JJuiiug tho ?nt your cf th
war. ho K>d this DOMO Company through all tb
marcbipgs and counter-iuarehiiigs of the anny e
thc Potomac-at Fairfax, at Sufi Rna, at Manas
sus, Vienna, Falls Chun li, Munson's Hill, Lewlna
ville, on the relroat to tue Peninsula, at York
U?wn, and at Williamsburg. Ho wua teer ready
eon- activo, ever able.
In April 1862, tho 7Ul Rp^imont H-D? roorgan
ixnd, nnd Capt. Rt.ANn dieted Limit. Colonel,
?inco then, ho bas been, with tho exception ol
about four month??, in ccntinand of tho Regiment
Shall we tell in EJ?pSc?d of. bis course as ila cum -
maudorT Every child knows it.
As a regimental cntamander in I.nn'a imm'-rtal
Anny of Virginia, he inquired a general reputa
tion us ono ?f tho iioost O?iccr? of tho command.
Ho waa ever pt hi? post, and always thc gentle
man and tho truo suldior. Ila was proud of tho
Splendid body of mea composing bh regiment,
ever iTHtcbful Of thuir wnlfaro and good repute,
and thoroughly instructed I hem in all theovolii
tionsol th?: school of tho b?ttali>in. Ti in r?giment
waa prottd of kita as an o/aber nsd aftaebnd to '
him as a mari.
in tho biitt'.CH boforo Riobmond, at ?.ivngo Sta
tion, bu r-5ceivod a painful wound in the right
arm, n wound fro;,-v which ho never recovered ;
only a week or ten days boforo hi;; ?!c:-.tb, a M/mor
o?i tho arm, pr- cooling f.-oin thia wound, had
been oponod, c.-.using him rei?o^-3d SuOerihg. At
Frederickrborg, in tho' tcniblo battle of Decem
ber Uo2, ho I' d the 7lh Rcgimoat. At Chancol
lorevtllfi, in May 1S03, ho again lod it. At Gettys- !
burg bo led ils right w:ng. At onoh ono of tho--o I
hallies, ho received a wound-slight bowovor, j
oomparod to tho fearful ono of Sivagc Station.
After hts return from Ponnsylvania, this old ' .
wound beginning to trouble him very seriously, I i
r.t h\* p;rnor?>.: boM??i Mhg mue1' ' Injured. ho
r -rmo.'l Ihpwalatimn Mjo-ig'' moe? i">>"i11:T.;;'r,
1.?;u?l,e;winie? an.1 r<s:?ir?*#ito bia Vnv nr..* h.e
pnitW"'?:!. Tho gviliTn.l ??1 ipprecintivu ir.cn of
Iho 7<h ?^incsl clamored fur hi? c.nl'.nuud
p-eseneo willi theta-adjurci} Lim Hill *s b:"
.hera 1-0 7;.ctcry. A brnver ??t moro hcrii> set o.'
m?n wro tteror W ts bW?ttol MfU full of daring
ac ever ?plintcron Jt*cce ii? thu olden dnvr of
ehivr.'ry. On ?very bettie field, they're ruBhod
into a ?;*rv?rt ot den?h. end pruned tbotnrotver
worthy of thofarr.o of their Su'o. I'e cen?oulcd.
The day. tho hour eam/t, end th? ?0,n September
IPS*, that bright S^hhuh mom, hiatnrio t'op ver,
unhoro? iu th* hired nad ?iory of Itingrold. TIero
lt was that Col. r',?.KD fell, mortally wouuded, ai
tho o?*d of hi? regiuitnt, aniidft ?bo ?croi?in of
?hot ar.d sholl, tod ibo raulu und hla/.e of emaii
ern?; vrith hie olotho* riddled, and Ule WM rm lifo
h|nf.d '."iRbi*'j? frew fc:? b?Wo heart. Mo lived
but tbre-s yunrtern of an hour ofter being vfounded,
.<L'? di-id ic tb'i ar'ti:j el tho bravo Sergeant RTALL
woB.-n, to vhom, enluily and b:avc',7 ns Ucun
Iii? lifo, bo entro?.tod mfsa-ges of love and iRro
?oll ui bi* wile aad children.
Thu? La? passed r.v-ay iu tho bright neoedtvy ol
hii fame and mpnboed, a" coblo spirit. It is sad
t'i soe so uicch v?lor, ?-c much melulnois, eo muoL
hope, BO much knifhtly spirit, eut off thus preraa
turoly. But he foll in tho very frunt, ot the var;
cannon's mouth, doing bi? duty us a soldier anri
r.? a patriot. Hi?, (loath 5? a loss ts hi* Statu nr,c
to the C'-.nfodeivcy. Such ability, btierjry, nc?
ititrep'di'y a* bu posKOiiod, are needed in thes:
daysof troubla. IIoL misted. f?b, howun.peiks
bly, h-w drearily ! nn-und tho family fireside
aio'-iig kindled, nmou* friands, and will UTVC]
return to thc loved ono? left u in this bieai work
alone." ?lic mou r.i hi? n'd llcgiaiiiut will iain
him io tho cum}>, in tho bivouae, on tbo march
and on the baulo field. Nccr more will tbei
spring into lino or dish to tho charge, at titi
sound of that voice which stirred tlioui as thong!
a trumpot ?'iled. They viii talk of him arnim
.their camp tiros-how he ?cd thom at Frederick?
UUI'??-hoir he lou mem at ChaiiOollOrsvUlo-hov
?a?lanlly ho Lil lending that Mal clt.-irgn n
Cbickaaisnga Uiver, tho "river of death." iloli^
died too young. But glory nttoad his name ti
tho la.03t day!
Wo bare all ono mother-tb? earth. Our bc
Uvod friend, Eumnx Bf.Ai???, hus boon restore-', li
thia .^oilier. Wilt thu* mysterious Being in wbon
ivcro -Mice cwv.red ;-ll inc jutreriu^s of humanity
who can for cighteou hundred years, Leon inter
Oeding for US btln-o tho throne nf Fils Father
wiU Kc not regard the.departed spirit of thin mr.:
with ?irviiio compassion ; .rilli that sublime chnriv
ttrhi.ih*?ittes und pardons ? Let CM hope '.bal. lind
our beuign Father, Stoops a legion of brlgiu acgol:
we i:' joyous ujty it i? to lianbiaio tho souls o
depart* a patriota to .heir resting pince in (leaven
(.?cn? .t!- C. (lutter*
Th's officer ba? arrived Liv home io or.r tr v;n
lcokiii? K?1?, and hopiug f.<. return to Virgil.ia ii
.a frw v.-vU?. lu OOi;; LuTt.mt is ?t>ca lb? tra
ijjiu ci' that chivalrous stoeK of Southam Cava
lier/, wiioro "lives, hrtuii^ anis.\c.o'ilu'iiior," ur
plod^ud .o nii: sit? iudopeijdeiico uf toe K.r.i I:
or par'sti in tho altoiopu Wuuld Hui wo cuul<
uiitaibor ihexii'by rolliiotis !
??} T7fi regret to learn that Capt. CLACIC, Lion
Srrt.?? an/! Li?ut I.u BK.IT, C. I, 2d S. C. 0
.?iud VV. C. linovictt, ? f Capt. WaAT?iY*a Cmnps
ny, wt ri wounded in tho Cavalry fight near .Ste
vej?bitrg, V?., on tim 13th rad 14th.
grit- Wo aro forced nguiu t>i dollcr tho publica
rion pf lt.:y. W. D. iLlCli'* jU3m'JB'Mli?j\lL'l?-"tU-Mfi
..?'list ?f tho~siiL;i?i'?Li:rs in aid of the S. C. Roi
diera, c?ll-joled hy Liid at Ino ?ate mooting of Hi!
.Bdgci'.otd Bapti?t A?ioeiation.
j'i?fl'arlicultr nttaiiiio'i i" di rented t<? the ad
vorttsitmohts of tho 'lax OolloetorR cud A.-sossor
as publithod in thin inane.
?t it Q?vu?' Kitiua bul it ptit/rs."
And in I hie e-iso we oanicnily hopo rad pra;
for*a 'ivlugi! ! Wo roorri with profouiido.it BAtis
fswtiwu tho i'ollowin?; beneficout noa uuntiiilcd cou
Uributiuns fer the u<;o nf ti:o fiiotlieu of .;?ol?iers
M*rcy and patriotii>ui uro tar from being doini
These jnnij have bec'i handed tu Mr. W. F. Bu
RteOrt, vtliofie zed in tho cnufo is mading wit]
warm ouoou/agoiaout... .
AaTiitta A. OLOVICF, Esq., ef Edgcuuld, $.?Oi
Col. J. if. Uwrm, . ? glin
, JNO. I,. NiOHuLio.H, Esq., " ?' SK'1
8, "". B?BERG, " ? liatur.iir?, $iui
J. H. Ii LB A bi;, " u ?owbeiry, ?51
Sargeant .ISnJor A. ti. KUtlhvorili*
This young luddite, Sargeant 3l.?jor ol thu 7i,i
Regt. S. C. V. v>ho baa proved Idmiolf a hero <n
^do/cn blooJy ?clds, and is ?till uuneatbeih, hm
beou among un during tho past week, charg?e
with tb? sad duty of ^.ingiog to EdgcCold thl
lifolns.1 body of Limit. Col. ULA an. For two yoari
nod a haif of arduou vi?r-llfe, IScigcaut S: hs:
Looa ?iw at hVp'oat, ami duty han hecu ever Un
inuiu=-.ir^ng of his aolioci:. Ho sboul..". have beor
promi.t^d two years cjjo.
Soldiers ut Home.
Tho folloTrlug it'uldioiA ?f tim 7th, havo an lvct
at homo iiiice tho bite bnttln of Chirkr.maugr
Kivor : S arguant Walde Pmiih, wcundoJ ia Ihi
head : Ser/;t. Arthur K-.Kcarcn.jifi, badly woandod.
Mr. J. D. Karney, wounded i.i Ibo arm ; young
Henry Itoyce, ag:;in l..;idly v>vjuod-;d; Mr. C. WI
Logg, who passed safely, through Ibo fight, anil
attended tho remains of Cel. Ll.md to this plaec;
Sergoaut Charley Mathis, badly womi-Je i ia thc
foot, ?ergt. Jamo? Ramsay end Vtr. Lurry Mc
Carty of thc 22? Regt, ?ow about Cuarloidob, ure
also at boco on furlough.
List of Cusnjilttc* Co. K, \Sib fi. C.V.
CAI T. II. I. Binn CouMAxniMj..
Bomi?/ef?.-Liout W Ai Itiignrs, 5a l?g and an
kle, oovoroly ; Lieut W A Kuiith, i lightly in iuio ;
Corp W J Burdashaw, ?.oriouuly w?.un(i..d in bow
els ; Corp S B Smith, slightly in hand; Private
Jl M IJoutihillou, ?uvorel7 In leg ; J M Brown,
l?'ightly in Land; <J V\a>Bii?i*t, severely iu ulm
I F Clausicr, severely in bead ; J i lasting, so?o?ily
' in leg; W Td King, slightly4o broast; Jame? Mi
nor, badly in leg; A I' Mayson, severely in arm ;
J B Mooro. Fovorcly in arm; Ceorga McIColog,
sligluly in rido; P A I'.cgors, niighliy in shotfliler.
H. I. BIRD.
CS^Abhevillo 7Vr.ts pi.w copy.
Cfisualtics :u Capt. We.-cr's Company,
24th ?. C. Re?'Tt.
From a lotter from Mr. MAK~.I:Y BASHAM, of
tbo 24th, to his father, Col. T. Vf. LANHAM, vre
ute permitted to mako the f-diowing txlract, ?;ir
in^ tbo casualties in Capt. IVavna'a Company a;
tho battlu ot Chickamauga:
Ktllcti.-Liout Vi" J Weill and S-ilU. Stillivun.
Wm J^noa ia roportod Lilied, but no', known pos
lp......ni.- Licet Adam?, In rn ro ; Kern ph is
Prcooit, right a: in, doab ; .l.t.?. Tillman, loll arm
Lrokoti ; Bub S'atbis, mouth ; Bompa Bussoy, ai
kle and shoulder; John Carpenter, right tblgb]
Dcshj Owen Oarpontcr, left leg, ?ssh; Pro?.
B?ockwoll, knee, slight : S Cf afton, thigh; Bebt
iViilima.-, leg; Pres S a J i ran, lc;;: Danlo) Wal-j
ker, log. Wasley Y*i?nco i.> rpiito sick. j
ff^TuLiid tho advertisomont of Br. A. C. j
fn.votiB, Agoni for Hrs. OWALTKBY, acd bo ccr
aia to attend the re!o.
Ac-itr.Sis.fi tu iii r,d\ cf his Fx^ilaaey: O,*.
1Wu?8U.:?l0 l??mlwrs of tVo . LegiaKtor* ???.?
blod Mon?iy night, tba ii? Jnat;, ai;? e'cbw*.-.
Tho. Senate lucked ouc mcuihor cf havir.g a quo.
mm, ami uujournod to meet tho Bril Jar, al 12
'...iltck. A quorum wai prc?ent in Ibo House,
ba? no business of any conscquenoo ?a* u-auaeiod;
On Tuesday, tho -Behr'a* mot anil ? quorum
hoing being prcsaul, proceeded tu buttings. Tba
ilcrornor's Message' read, aha thc 2-auaio
went into sr.#rot Session, efter wbicjh Hoe. J. D
r?po and TU-u. G. Bacon dsF-vcrad a*4rosscs on
ihe ?Vilb sf t'-clr respective ooHopgBce.
Thc foliating rcTu*rk< asd rcioluUoas erera of
fend by Mr. 12/ eos :
It has Adie* to my lot, sir, to &E?eun?o ts luis
body tho death af lb* Una. Arthur Pl mk lits, of
Edenfield District I ''.el confidently ?nrnred I
shell WI fvr cik'nrt of th* andertaSn?. Il war
bo bas*, that this lat should bar? filhm Rp?n as,
as no m?n 'it'iew him longer-po asan kn?w ?loi
bettor, ami no one ctwdd mer* iully.opproelate bis
opon ned manly courser* agon'Ioinan and fricui.
From his b-?jbo*d.wp'to the doy. pf his ?aatb,
which oceuiT"d en tito fllbk-sf April, I3?3, ot np
oplery, we lived Urtu and .lovett frirntts, and
for many yeats wer? ??i^hbora-^ Afler kaviaij
?nUhad lils collegiate causation;. $a studied thc
profc??ioa of law, and ?as adjait^ to tho prac
tice. Tho dull monoton?as o f. Ihtf irre lije did ral
give scope lo bis cheerful end "bunyans ppirit- Hi
left the l>ar toon aft?- bis ??ptaefe?'? and devoid
.his attention ti famitg end poliwi*.
Heath under nay einusistanjis^'Hngs with \
ea'amitiea.' It drapes thc homo"?'! th? decease.:
in mouriibj;; In tba ?oath of ^??iur Simlin?
hil f.imily.haa lent 5 kind, a fccu>?, c loria? enc
devoted hunbanJ and brother/ ?Thu State b.v
boen deprived of his sorvlees at "i^ucctara ia om
affairs which deraruiue our avery/ jtrStarL The se
cial circle hits loPt ita ?reat ehief. 'p'Uc bas left ui
to mourn bin lo?n. The rie'aaetvfcns creatod cai
.inver bo filled. N? nr.r- ere.w?^'hW his cheer
ing vr>vn arnn'id the ffJtrre boafr!. No raer- ti
hoar his emrn'Velfl in onr froqnants?a^eting?. Timi
sloeo nan obliterate tb? doop Jf?prcsni-m cf -o.
pcet and e?t?Ti uacn tho hoart^of al! who wop
familiarly fce-jiwintod with Art'hiiii'Sioikina. Tran
must hrirjfT to it* preinUnoo tbi?poweruil agen
"Bonah," be-'oro Arthur Simklnrjian over bo far
gotten. For many leng years to'cacao tho torr c
sorrow will moisten tho cheeks:nf very many 0
bin ardent friends arh'?m'ho h*s"1?f?bfbind.
As he live*, hotrod pad reipejjtpd, BO bo died
May bis Spirit; erb ich/' bas so ?(?>n ch st'td th
drooping cpirit-p of fiicni'.s bil caving, abbie for
ever ii? that peaceful .tner.rion jp repaved for ul
who !r;id mit faithiul tc tao end. y
iK?eesA?, Tho ri?frib of the'?J?T??. Artbnr Wm
ki o', furm?rly a member of thShoJy, hap herr
n'nifl nana?iaaae?y, That roe deeply dejdor
?bn ]...? :.f ono si fully csleulr.?e?fto 'iisriiHrp-o tb
duties o? o Senator.
AVw./wl .iH.ui.ini.rs7y, Th nt 4$b Slr.te hs? lo.
a bright alai 'f:o>n. ila poiilieaf fireiameut, \fiv
this body hrs bein d-p-ivod ci liio C'innsela a
ona ipiink ia pisrncp'Ua'n and pirojife' in inwlloct.
ilcf<l>:<? i(.:titi:iM.i'?.y, Th?t?fe I" Uly syiiip.'!
tbuo wi:u Ibo ftuiily.t ibo daiJiiSod, as n tost!
menial of our reopoct and citaaif..
/??tottrtl. That n copy of tht?p pveecedbigs b
s:r.r't 10 bis family. '
In tho Hour.o, ?ur. 3. F. rcrf^gavo noties tba
to-morrow lie a-ou'd pjih leave tdinlrodiir.e a bi!
a?:h?r!7.:ng th? .Uearis of Bqft^-'to impress, s
Uovcrnmont prices, provi^iot3TOr'?>ddi'Ms fAiiii
There was nothing done iA$?Itlier Iloaso o
Wednesday of much uaportjuice..
lu tho Senate, o;i Thawdar, 4ir. Hurrlsui
froin^tL^O^ujLgiiLtea^j^. ;2-'.rit?'ry UD.1 Pfusion.'
Imported tire follor.irij bHls: A hiil tu prevent df
?ertion Irr-in Um fellers 1^ or Stxte .aihtury sortie
and OV.IKH.II of conscription; r. bill to organizo
brigada uf troop? Thc h?ls rospeciiveiy roc?i./
cu ibo ?r.u re*'i,...f, acd wei? ordsted for a seeoa
io tim (louse, Mr. Fr.ir prn'onlcd the pslitio
of sumlry members of tho First Regiment c
S?il? Troop.!, praying that the poor of raid Reg;
meut bo relcHHud from service until tary CH
gather tb*ir emin?, whieh was referred to tile Uoiu
niitteo on Military.
Mr. S. H. Jones, from tbe Committee' on til
Military, cinda a report on a bill to autboriss Ih
l>o&rd.? of Relief f-?r Soldiers' families, in thi
Si^Of to imprean proviiiens at Uovorament pr!
oes j which w.is read tho second limo.
Mr.-3luiUus mored that Ibo bill on mada tb
fj.cciul order of tho day fjr Tuesday, uftor th
fourth Monday in Norombur ne.it, whmh we
On Friday, both Houios wore at work on th
hills ottered previously, nnd mado progress tc
wards tho eon.pietioa of tho work.
jivO-Nole tho chango made In Dill Dcnrinr/'
pfr- Tho Atlinta Garotte pays that an old mar
by tho name of John Hill, from Scutb Caroline
attempted yo.itercay morning lo got er. tho Wen!
ern A .Atlantic R?Ur?ad cars, whiln in motion, an
mnl;ing a misstep, fell on the traci:, tho truin noni
j ovor him, ki ding him ini-Uinlly. It is sai
that bo ha.l starte 1 after n sou whe was weunde
ic tho b.ttle of Cbiuaiuanga. So says tho Atlan
ta papers of tho 2 Ich ?nat.
..^KT* Northern papers ara raournfal ever th
aofeat of Kosoncrans. They eoknowlodgo ft los
of thirty thousand.
Insurance rompanies will not fnsuro 01
tho Mitui.viippi river.
It ii stated that a serious difficulty hi
occurred off Charlo^tou botwocn Admiral Haiti
green and Goo. (lUmore, and that Gilmore ha
^*?I)2?ertcTa and oapturod Y.-ir.kooP all con
enr Ul reproflcnting ila.vlo as about to rnako 1
general advance, nnd that ho ha3 only been 7?
straiiiod by tho riso in the Rapiden, canned bj
tba Equinoctial gales. It ig ervil that Gen. Lee ?1
preparod for him whenever ho amouncos hi:
readiness for battle.
K?r Wo loam tha Brig. Gen. B?nning^ horst
tras shot under him, during ono of thc late-baUta
on tho Chiekiim?u?a. and that ha dhra.nmted, cul
a lurso luosc from- mi a. '.Hory wagon, monnled ii
bareback, roturno-l ta his ueminand, and wns soon,
witii tho utmost ung froid, eating a biscuit, amid
the diu and danger ef arms.
?S3~ Tho Georgia Blocljon will bo hold on tho
first Wcduciday in 0,-tober. Thoro are thrco oan
didites for Governor, to nit : Br..wu, Hill and
Furlow. If loft to tho army, it iB su/nioso.l that
tho latter will bu triumphantly cloctod, as tho sol
diors mo ?ill cli\jor'iu:u'or furlough.
tucrense i? onr I'ricc pf SnJ.-srription.
From ?nd.after this dato, nn til fur? arr netlco,
our terms of jubucription w.ll be $3,00 eer annum
tu advance. The high jg-fe, of pxpc-. end every
thing olio, oompe's na to make this n.lvniico,
August STU, lsfe\i.
sVo ?lnst Close np ?rtr Hooks.
In erder to Rotile with tho Adniinisrra'.or of our
laie pancor in business-tie!. A. .ptv.i;iiis, dee'd
>o r.ro e-ci?.ul!c-i to dose up onr Hoi'ks in Catii to
thin dato. TLcrc.-?j . all person's nnyi?ijojndobt?d
to tho ?o-eei-rtser O?Deo Wo uaruesily roon.e8Ujd to
ar.il iu settle thu Kama wi:hoiit delny.
Our collector, Mr. L" H. Ifo?utioc^T, will be
ouleoileoling ovory opooiUnity, and wo kopo
nono will fail to liqu?dalo onr clalms-agnaust-them
on prosenta?on of their r?*pettivo acconHts.
' I^'VTT?RT NEWS
Cu\Kt.r.? ?o.i.Siii't. 2fiiU.
Tb? crt"niy. .\t Morris ifslautl : ?i tenus vrrni fi:
lUH ?lowly u?,un ihn ruin.? of Fort Sumter to-d*y
fv? tho firsi limo iu 8?roral\Wyekii-l.w daiu<i>?,
was il o:; o, uoihicg'eleu ?linicg.
Meado Kcar Culpeppcr C?urt-IlouaJ
C?KDO.VRVKiLB, 8"pt. 38.
2?o further raovoni-nU rep ;r!crt tu ?i?y
Th-? onemy'H fo cn hcjoi.d tb? Raiten is MM
nsStid a? sixty tionsiud eiToetive uien,an<l Mo*^r'
headquarter* in ?boru Caljmfpar Ooyrt-rtoas?.
. Opiulvns ara oouttioling t? to wketber tb?r
will bu a fight ur nut.
From Eastern Ten?esseV>.
L-ntcuarno, t>spt. 26.
.An ?ngiLgonuint took ' pUeo on Tieousy, i
Blount-villc, betwwn a doitn-hinont ot our turo?
sad tho enomy. Wo fell. b?vk. Our loa?
hu'jd f'irra vne ono killed, enjlil w-u\deil, tr?
fit'toen' pn?inetrs. Wo ul?o bad oise, gan di
raaath.d, und ono wagon, four mules,nud six bonn
Seven prisonors woundod ?nd paroled,-arrivt
bore to-day. Tboy report tho oncinyV Joss i
twunt-y^iix killeil, aud uno hu'idrnd aud fifi
Tho grouter prrt of BlounO-villo bas boon bun
by th? onoro'y.
Noiirly all our c?jm-slties and prisoners aro
Dnvid>ou'H Lynchburg battery.
The ears wont through to Bristol lsit uight
No ucivs frotu Zuliiuofitr.
A Dcntractive Fire.
Tho Paragon flouring mills worn . totally dc
Loyod by fire- lust night, togiitbor with their co
tculx. Tue fire VIM discovered about uino u'ciue
and notwithstanding tho groat exertions of i?
dromon, und ciiizous, tho Humus cuuld not
subdued until uvery ibiug of a dostruulivu n
tura was destroyed.
Tho.mil!? wero owned by A. Baker, K.<q.-L?;
about $tOO.O?O. ' Insuraueo ouly $10,000. '1
firo wnn undoubtevlly tho work of an ino.jiidie.:
-August's- Chronicle ? Senti?ol, 20th ioat.
' I Later fro:n .Virginia.
R?en.mun, Foptl 27.
Capt. Bell'n exp?dition to tho Chesnp?Mke H
ha? rHnrncd with ?oventceu prisoners.
iVi'h open boats ho captured ond nuuk scv
Y'iukao VO?HCI^, r?ui ose ashore, uad captured ce
Two Y.iukea gunboat* cirilo np tho Palatial:
Uiver on Friday, cupturci a small plor.sure ?to'i
?r uni carriol jlT savonil cit!z*na.
RrcHMOS?; Sept. 27.-Baltimore papera of I
j 2ti h b:tve been reC?ivc.l.
f A teloirran from jNeib'.'illn, cf ibo ?3d ssjs^
Tbuy far our damage ls trifling compured w
tlint ree(;ivud at Birma Riv?r tho fwtt ?lay..
Rt^fOncririz'a cnmmuniv&iions aro opta and
I?, is rnuiureJ. that ws havo lost four gen cn
1 j killod aud wounded, ned two prisoned.
A corRispocdoai of tho How, York Herald
4 j rived bare fru?a th? hattie field, Sayn that ollie
reports st" thc bat?is from Washington hi
main aro totally iaoonrsctj that really Ibo cn
of thc Cumberland hes r>.i with K d?font wb
must put it ou ibo defe nsivo f??r ??orne timi*.
>: I I>r3p>t?ho.S fro ai K,..?eueranz, Cv day, declare
j;ua ;w;.r.v7MV'!v. ileini?TCcjT.ont? wtre r;
'?- j inly h.xfifc-iinj lo bim. Uo toaiiouucea l^f ]>nr\.
tao? to r?tiu:us tho o.Tnnbivo.
Meudu'.H army is unduublodly moving on G
dor. vi lio.
Two moro Itus?inn fr?calos h?vs arrived at
York frouxConstrudt. 1'ivo moro worn expo?
in a feff dayl. Tho Baltimore Gazette says w!
>f I iher appstranoo Ss aecidoninl ur hos nlUriori
jeeta, it cannot ?n.tif?ct"ril.v answer.
Tho hlAftkailo ?f ANxandriji, Va., has bnua
moved by prnelamitjon.
The Buttle of Chickamaiiga.
A correspondent of tho Aihiula Appi
furnishes that journal with the annexed ?
count of th? gt?at battle of Chickatnau|
fought on the 21st and 22d inst :
The fight ort Saturday commenced on tl
sido of t lie LUiickaniattfja river, extending frr
.tlio right ofl??eajid Gordan's mills to wi
is known as 1 ito \ wv bridge aeroBs that >toa
a di? i unco of about five miles, a'iih a ihn; ki
force well out on either wing. During't
day tho lighting was ill on this side of t
river, but iu the evening the Yankees retre
ed across that nrreem, burning the new brid
behind them, the river dividing thc two i
mies for the night.
Sunday morning, before day, thc hanks wv
dug down ou each .side of the stream just I
low the point where thc hridgo had be
burned, and our forces forded tko stream ai
\ew up in lino of battle aud commenced I
, - advance about H o'clock.
' . Ono milo and a qunrter from ^bo atrcai
thc enemy wu ?.? found intrenched behind ri
pius and other tempora ry loitiiicatious tb
i ?. cy Lau lb row n up during IIIH ni;; lit. , T
engagement opened all along tho line abo
0 0 o'clock, aud was kent up with incronnii
8 fierceness until about ll, when the enomy fi
back from their rifle pita, the centre m.ikir
another stand about a half milo to tho rea
white the two wings continued to be force
A ?fair.? continue, in this condition ?ill ?bo
3 o'clock, when a desperate ebsr;fe was mat
upon the centre, ?.od ii. nuve way, thou?,
without panicand. i o good order, rocovorii
itself when it bad reached a point on a lit
with the two wings.
Continued .and heavy firing war. kept up j
atong '.he li. es at ih-jti range, until'aie In tl
evening, when the in?iutry rested u|S-u thc
arms, and tbe artillery kept lip a heavy fr
upon tho position of the enemy all night i
prevent thurn from throwing up new lines i
In the. morning it was found that lb? en
my had retreated during th? night, aud a
though pursuit was commenced at a _vcr
carly hour, it was found that they were u
nimble of foot to bo caught. Lute Mond?
evening heavy firing waa br-urd, aa stat<j
above, between McFarland's springs un
Chatta'nooga, and it waa supposed that Lonf
street aud 13reckinrid(Te, who wer-j in the fron
and caught up with their roar cortnmty, it j
thought,'not more thau a milo or mile and
half from Chattanooga.
Yesterday evening ordert wore given t
bring forward tho commissary trains to ?UcFai
_ hind1;; spring.-- and r.eis morning ?til tno wag
on trains strsited forward ?rom tiitj poiuL
About, 't o'clock on Monday fhn shelling o:
(.ho t-immy sot the woods ou fire on our left
and the lite is said to have extended over ?
large? portion of tho ground that had bcci
traveled by Um oonimiding annioa, cud Ihrgi
innttibc-rs of-thoenoniyli wounded, xpho vren
Innt to lc reuioved from tho field, snlfiiret
thc tor?nres of that r-lemrmt which thei
bavo used mthsuch'dovasUtirig enoct against
On lust Wednesday, &a the Yankees ad
vanced lo iL? ChiclcamaugA river, Mr. Lee,
tho ftoiitor partner ul Ihn timi of Lee & (lor
'don, who i.wited tho million the Clucks manga,
Cioso to which tho batt?o wai fought, destroy
ed hil milldiun, in or'ior lo keep the Yantaos
from u.?ing tLiu mill. For thia otlonso against
?hfibam t, he haiigwl by bis minions
? . Uni 7l.tiia.Inv, on a?rfojn iront ot*, his
ir?-. other source* w$ galber the. roll ,vrirj? .
Klus rcr(a?Lt?.? to ?iWt?gl? :.
l!ut ?.?r tLi: v/?nt uf raiiiiii? Gen. li meir i
wc-uld h'xvo ?Vll?red np his victory tho next
dn*, bal .iif'tr<v'ps were jiaaUeto mot? umiil
?ar ??pplfM oame ap. Li ti.is great bui'.le
Gen. ?rxggliia e?bibiUjrJ a niili?ary .ayyavci.y
lar overreaching Rosene.riti-'.j'and by his BIM
lerly mfi..u3'i/ie? has l?aiiil!cd bis army with a
rtkill Mini judgment that only could bayre ?o
i id ni lo u% sucb'a glrriotr* Tietnry.
Jiu iiuus?. Sept.. .2.5.-tba following .dlk'al
d??p*tcb ha? bren received.?row? Gen. Brugg:
NJUR CuiTTAKOtlcI. VU RlaUUOl.D, Sop
ioml>er24.-Tlie^report from Geufral II<?<?d
lm?t niehl vas favorable.- Our . priaoiior? viii
reach 7,?t?O,X)i' whom 2,000 ?re wounded. WA
have 2J stand of colors and guidons, and 30"
pices' of arLtllery, and h?;vc already- ttillactad
Ocr 15,000 stand of small ariuK,- over and
above il?^s? left on thc field by ourkilied and
wounded, und more ar* bcii.g found.
[Signed] BttAXTON BRAGG.
As;.iSTA, Sept. 2(3.-Our linea ?lend
arouucl Chattanooga within striking di'tamr?.
Our forces/are well up to the frout, with full
supplies do?e nt hand.
Thc mountain is now held by Loiigtftroet.
Tho ei.erny's operations are pla; dy teen i'rom
- Bcusoiicrana hes two linos of defeuce'i>h
tho road to Obatiauooga six hundred yinlti
long. Tba lines aro croaked with itie:i. Ile
koa due pontoon acroa? che river and the
other* havo boen crowdhd with .wagon?, fl
is rtnknbwti whether thoy are cmasiug into or
out of Oiuxttanoofa. Tho impression U that he
briiigs thpm oyer as needed.
Longstreet commands thc River Railroad
Our Joss in killed, wounded and prisoner*
at thc hattie ol' Ohiekawaiiga doss not ex
ceed twelve thousand.
Thc Yankeo loss in killed, wounded ant
prisoners if twenty-eight thou-and.
Two Yatik-o hospitals containing 1,80C
wouudud wcro taken. Their haversacks co;:
taino-.] corn bn*tid only.
l'risonora ?tale that they wero ton days 01
sh?Tl rHtillllK. .
ti.TirH?!-s from Hood's Division just arrived"
report that they loft Lookout Mountain o;
yesterday muming. That i in port?til ptwitioi
ia hold by Ilood't. Divinion, which ia now oom
ulan dod by Jenkins. It !a not supposed tba
an assailli will bit? Iliade on thu cunny. Ai
wo command tito situation, there ia no now
to sacrifice the ?ives of our men.
Tuned A.vn YAN KKK*. - A historian of ih<
Saracen coiopieiurn, sr.\> : " lt was UiorooVC
ip, cuiiiiauii iujuiu'tion io spare aa lunch ai
ponaihle tit? connu ?ed invade-I. l/'-stn-;
not palin tree*," snys Abthekor io Yo.itil,14 no
burn auy He kl of corn ; cut d.?jvn no fi ni
?treof, do lio mischief to catii.>, only auch a
ye kill to fal."
O,in piara shcs?i Turk1* of more than 0, thou
stinrt yiraraftgo, in this v<-ry midnight nt th
ktftfA. with I bs Yankee ol tbi.? ?lay, who 01
Ipttiizcd oxpudiiTiins for tho exprese purpoa
nf dnin? wiint the iii'int savage ami roirfmr
ons pi-jjiie nf tho world wuiiid not permit I
DiK"?, un tho ?th July, I8b3, of a woltad n
eciveil in thu Ballin of (Iott\*burg, Va., Ktrgoai
JOHN BKAUFOUD WAJ.LACS-, ;a tho 24t
voar of hin ace.
Donah, who knocks w i th an equal band at t!i
dour of thc cultana and ibu palara,gate, bax bee
busy *?;hi? a "pointed wi.ik. Mourning prevail
Il>r..?jf"b?*t?t thc land, and fha omintenaiioai: .>f-u
aro snroiiile.1, in the mantle o' ?Trow. Man
?.iUnl bernes h .-.ve lulim-hut rhu manare li ?
ibo tomb han not Utrnne1 hin r* niDinoiom dai
against a brighter roark limn tho ono for whor
.bi?, is Intended ss a feeble trihu'e.
Young WALLS CM graduated with distinction ?1
iho South Carolina Colli go in ibo olas* ol I Sil
IWoting himself te the study of the law, lis WA
ealkd r.? Sliter th? s'rvieo af his country at th
first rudo b'ijt of ihe war-trumpet, before be hm
foi-).-'! thc gr.'--cribed coarse. lie ser*od wit
thc tirsl Company '.hut lol'. Ed ?re'cid on dxlUvan'
and Morris1 Uland?, in I? rage's first Regiciou
during ilie/iego of Port Svmier. in th? spring 1
18151. After the disbanding of 1 bat Regiment e,
?'-x months troops bo vniuntoorid in thu Mt!
Regiment S. C. V., aiih which h? -erred lill ki
death, ila wan on^aeed in nearly all tho battle
in Virginia, and underwent, tho hardships et
camp and toil af thc march with the sUady eocr
?go ?nd nohlo endurance that characterises tb
truo son of freedom.
A mora her cf tho Methodist Churoh. hi? man;
friends eau beor nmple testimony tu the bmh do
rntional spiiit that was a ?'*rt of his ga?eron
na'uro and nnf?rnhinj Integrity, Tho ptronj
tcmpiations to vice and dissipation sn incident ti
samp Ufo wrro unable to ovsrpowar nnd thwsr
bim in his?troii? religious convictloas, of whirl
his lotrers homo g:.ve undoubled evidence A fei
hours before his dauih ho requested a friend t
tell his mother " he had fallon at his psst; Iba
ho Was ]irepAred te die, and bopod that she am
the family would meat him in that batter world.'
Thu? bas fallen another noble victim lo th i
cruel war.. But virtuo forms 110 shield to ward ni
the arrows of death. Could it havo svailud, ovei
whoa joined with tho prayers of a dr vote ? moth
ar, sister and brothers, thon indood this mournfu
occasion would acer have occurred. Yet, tbougl
ho hns passed from among us ; though thal ceuo
lenanen will no mora he socn ; still has ho left bo
liiud hii bolter part: tba m^m^ry of his br'fgh
cxampio-Ibo memory of his dowds.
. NATHAN L. BARTLKY, Son of THOMA!
BlTf.KV Sr.. ot Edjrofirld, S. C., died en th? bal.
tle-fluld, near <3ottyburg, July 1st, 1803, In tbl
40th yeer of his ago.
. liaving cutcrod tho army in tba Sprinjr of "1SB2
ho pTlioipatoJ in thn fatigues and prlratlow
whh'h preceded Ibo flr.Tt invasion of Maryland
Durir.g tb^t mareb ha has t?kensb;k, and snifured
mnch for roany months Ha rotiirn?d to bis friendi
very nnr.xpoctcdly, rifler they had nlroost despair
od of ?vor seeing him ?gain. As poon as hil
health would justify, ho ngain loft tho joys and
OMnfort* nf home to brsve the hardships and dan.
ncr*, of a Soldier's life. He rcjoinod bis oomrados
Just in time fo m^rch with them Into Pennsylva
nia, there to Seal with his li lb-blood his derotion
to his eoun'ry's causo.
In his family relations ho was truly aCantianats
and doroted. They loved him tenderly, and long
will they chorixh bia memory. His conduin and
conversations^luiieg his last visit to them, and
his letters, written not long k>;foro his death, as
suro them that ho truly exercised that " repctv
fonce tow?rds Uvd, aud faith in JCSUJ Chr'st" to
which is premi?ed pardon, with peaco and ever
btiting lifo. L. K. C.
. Wo havo been aulb- riicd by tho friends of tho
Hon. W. 1). STjysON, of Laurons, to annonnco
olin a Candidate fur re-ckction to Congress from
this Congressional District at tho next oleotion.
t?upt. 20, tc* 39
TO ALL v.nerti rf MAY CONCERN.
OWING to iho very exorbitant price nf Modi
eino nnd fiiml'y supplies, nil of vfhich har?
l" I)? rni.-l for in Cash, wc, thu uodorsignod, prac
tieihg Physicians at Kdircftotd Court JIousc, aro
nor only ?irivnn tn tho necessity of laercn.*ing our
ehar;-?s. but af (lomandin^ Hie C^sh fur each cafo
we attend as soon e.n ii is discharged.
A. 0. THAOUB,
W. M. BUKT.
J. P. URTFFfrf,
Mi W. ABNBY.
Bd?onoM, B. C., Sept. 22. P3?3. tT 30
rw^TIK Swbscrlbor loanetl a BOOK i? Chancellor
? Carroll ; ho loaned it to ibo lato Chancellor j
Wtvcdlaw. U bi liifo or Timos of Coorgo tko
IV, with plates of ililTeroiit members of tho ltoval
family; and is about tho size of ,t oom mou law
book. My lmiiio was iu.iido on thu cover. Any
information coiienrnir.g it will bo very thankfully
recoivod. Inform tho Kditnr, or address mo at !
Lott's P. C., Edgelicld District.
Supt 20 il so
TBK n?St S*rB?>)t. ?til on SONDA Y,
Oo?. .Vp.,^ Qgiirf.'tft the $j^t? aJyajie* in
Iii? c->st of-prav>?ion?, Ac , ilic Troati.e?,- aft*r a
careful e-l?male, teal. ouiapallod:.to.y?a*us *.
chango iii tho pi icc ol board to oovci ac.oat ea
ranas rna aicsato*.
Board,.?voryfhing included exeoptdif hts,$150,00
Uso or Toxi L-a...,. 2,?u
Continrent F??.;. 1,60
Us? Fii.no..;. o.O?
'Fatal oxpci.se wilhuul Ai une.. ItJi.OO
Tomi ?jrfrertse- with Marie.330,(0
V. Br-TUa FfKidcDt will laa>? Augusta an
THURSDAY, Denbar l.-uiri Ccdambi? on FUI:
DAY, Ootoaar 3, ?sd. ?ill. trico-, ch .rge-of< pupil?
far ibo College ai; ?OT point on tb? runt?. -
' "WM. K. li LAH C.
H?pt?? .11? J?
UST reoaiv?d ?ni for aalo at tba 8 tor o of Chao.
Him m* aj?, S? m barf, fl. C.,.
On? C*?e veryinperiur BioJwlMei HOMESPUN,
Ous Cw) .t?onrr.iaijr C?L?CO.
Oae Caso Dark CAL ICO Tor winter wo?,
AUo, Two Hundrod and :V?fXy CARDS, which
viii oar? Wt.?l val!,'??* ali? wurrantad to card
Cutten walli-at ?25 ?*r pair ai'xata?. - m
Hamburg, SeptJS, y Im;. 39..
ALB parsoas indebted ts? tba Barato'Of Jesse A.
Lott, dee'di, are rw^uakltd* lo pay the ea??
t.nh viii, ?lid '.boan bariiiy e^aiata mrainrt said
Efiara will render th?yn in, yroueriy. a?u*?t?ul. by
Friday, th? 30th OeUUr next,, aa a,finial .Mttle
inoDt ef that l?tate will be made in lb? yrdin*
ry's Offieo on that day.
JOHN AMACKER, Agent
? For Mrs. H arri.t Lou, AJ'tx.
&pt 30 - 3t* 3?
A Bargain !
FOR, SAL? an A No. 1 I'ORRY-Ana undar
tho Saddle an? wort* well in Ramosa. Ap
ply at this Office.
Sept 2* t?? . .
State of South Carolina,
Dill for Partition
'Jua; L. Mathis, Ad'or.,eta!
BY Virtue of ab ordir of tb? Court In thia
eau?*, I will proceed to acH en WKDNKS
UA'i tho 21st day ut October next, on the prwui
ton, tl?* . TRA CT OF LAND doseribod lu the
ploddings ooutc.inin? . . -
Minc sliiudrorl and F.ighteda Acron,
More or lou?, situate in eMjofiold Oimriet, on Lit
tle Rants Crook, adjoining ianda of Albert J.
Runbo, Robert J. Baller, Abi?ah Ahn?y and
oihors. On .be pruiu?es iii er**i.< a good framed
Dwelling with eight ronmr, weil finished, good
iiut-biiildiiiga, and a Spring of good pure waler
within forty yarus ot th? dwelling.
Homo seventy-five or one hiiudr<d acres of this
Tn>ot of L.md ar? 6no low (grounds: There is un
the promises a Saw li in, and ona of tho Inuit - lo
aaUona tor a Factory in tho Southern Confedera
cy, having a flus volume of waler wi'.b i,ood fall,
nml granit? niiough on tho rpet to put up any
8-irt of inipreveuionia. lt is located * six miles
from Granite ville, ?ix tniloa Trom Augusta, Ila,
and Ihree uiil?e from South Carolina Rai I read:
. Vernon* rferirr?n< ff making investment will do
well to attend Ihn Kale.
T F, lt il S.-So'd un a erodit af twolvo months
from day of sale wilb interest frans date, except
ens ls af unit which rau/t be paid iii Cash. Pur
rh??ers to give boh<i with at ln\*l two groud sar*-.
lie? lo reeure the purohiise money, and pay foe
Z. W. CARWILK^ftjsnn..
Com'rs. Offlco, Soyt Zo, Jivts
BY virli?o ?I aa order of IV. F. Lurisue, Ord|?
nary Edgeurld Dista lot, I ??il prueeod lo
rel', at the .?.iine time afid place as litis akoVe ?ale of
tho Real li? ute by tho 'Conimiisinncr. Wednes
day thu -Isl Oiiloher next, (ho I'.rwfoual Kjtaio of
A. J. Mathis, doo'd., consoling of
ON B MU LB. CATTLE, HOGS,
CORN, FOD DB it, SHUCKS, PEAS, Ac,
Buggy auu'. ll amors, ono Carry Lug', Blackly ilk'.
' Tools, shoemakers'-Tools, Cai pinter's Tool*,
ONE FINK COLD WATCH, . .
OS li LOT OF LKATUKK,
One 1 Hnrsc Wag?n, sno 3 Horse Waf *t,,TTijtrs?
bold and Kilehon'Firailare^ ^ "
Tenr.s.-0a s credit of twalve ?aenH?ts with In
tero*f frcra day of ?ale for ali, M??B of twenty,
dellars and upwards. All earcjs UMW tkatawount:
Oath on delivery.
JAMES L. MATHIS^Adm'r.
Sopt Jff) .it Z9
Tax Collector's Notice.
IWILL attend at th? following limes and places
to ftalleot the Taxes as rocootly reiurucd to
A'Kossor Bean, to wit :
Jahn T. Nicnolst.n's, Tuesday, ,L 37tb Oel'r.
Lybrand's, Wed.vesday, 2Sib ?.
Jobu Seiglar's Mill, Thursday,' 29th *?
Oriniteville, Friday, 30th r*
Juhn Cnrry's, 8stnre!ay, Hist 44
lidgefioid C, 1). Munday, 2d N?v'r.
? " TuaBdsy, 3d ?
Cherokee Ponds, Weduesdsy, 4th "
Beach Island, Thursday, 5th '
Hamburg, Friday, 6?h
Wideman'a ?cheol-M.," fnturday, 7th **
Bod Ililli * Munday, Otb ?
Collior's, ?uosduy, I nih **
Woodlawn P. 0. Wedn?sday, 11th "
Whit? HOO?O, Thursday, 13th "
LiborixiHUj Fri-lay, ? 1.1th -
OhoathxDrii, _ Saturday, Mlh ??
Pleasant Lniio, " Monday, 'T?th* H
Bh?ttnrffel.1, Tuesday, . . 17ih "
Capt. Dean will xttnnd ?ito D?.U wi!,?
report ot **l?s, Ac, fer ti e fjs?MCV eudiug lal
Tax iVrrvi are nrped to promptness In paying
thoir Taxes, as the Books for the present yo?r
mnst then clo.?o.
H. T. WRIGHT, 13tk Col. Dis*.
Brnl 20 tf ?J?
I L?GnT ONE HOItS BROCKA WAV
_JL will bo offend fer. salo in tlio Villago en
next salo day.. It may be seen at the Blachsuilth
Shop of Mr. Goode
Sept 23 It 39
State of South Carolina,
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary af Bdg?
Whoreas, Elijah Still has applied 'io m?
for Loiters of Administration, en all sad siegalar
tho goods and chattels, rights and credits of
Simoon Parkman, late of tb? District aforesaid,
Thees aro, therefore, to Site aw'4 ad manish all
and siognlar, the kindred and ?reditera of th?
said deceased, ta be and appear before me, at oar
next Ordinary') Coi rt for tb? aaid District, to bo
holdan nt Cdgsftsld C. IT., on the 10th day of
Oct. next, tn ah<iw canto, If any, why ska said
administration should not be granted?.
i?:.v?n nndor my hand and seal, this 29th day
sf Sept'iii tba yoar of rwr Lori one thousand
bight hundred and fiixty-ihree, ind la the oigbty
eit^^tH yoar of tho Independence nf S'enth Care
lint. W. F. DURISOE, O.E.D.
Sept. 20 2t 3D
Salt ! Salt !
WILL bo ?old in Hamburg on THURSDAY
tho lolh ?.f Ootohor, hy Wm. R. MoDon
nal.l, F DUR HUNDRED SACKS OF SUPERIOR
SALT, in good order.
Thc ?ouple of Abbeville and IMgefleld Distrieta,
fer whom thi? Salt tva? especially purchased, wlil
do well tn alt ind tho sale.
Tho highest market ls neither expeotod nor do
Hnnibnrg, S. C., Sopt. 23 ii JW
WE havo now on hand a goad supply ot EN
VELOPES. Enquira ss this Office. Price
ranging from 75 eta. to $1,20 per paok. -
Sept'23 bf W