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appearance of the potato disease in that
Repeai, Association.?The usual wecky
meeting of this body took place on Monloy.
Mr. Sam'l Murray, the defeated
candidate for Drogheda, presided. He eulogised
the late Mr. O'Connell, anjl expressed
his determination to present a petition
against the return of Sir Win. Somervillc.
he meeting was addressed by Mr. Rey- I
i.i. .11 i? >
iiuius, nits i\epoai memoer lur uuoim, wno
declared himself ihe representing of all
classes. Mr. John O'Connell, in the course
of his speech, stated that the Repeal cause,
had dpne well at the Irish clectionsithey<r
* had five importart commercial represent
repeal. He declared*-Unit he had
V _ oil influence to royal* Mr. Sheil from
y. Dungarvon ;"andv airtiaing to his own return
for Limerick and Kdkenny, implored
his friends in each place to meet, and decide
which of the towns ho should sit for.
The rent-was announced to be JCGO.
Monument to O'Connell.?There was
ameeting in Dublin on Friday, at which
T 1 ?- -r
y- WIC UU1U muyui JHCSlUUUj jmrposo Ol
which was to commemorate, by a suitable
monument or other testimonial, the services
and memory of Mr. O'Conncll. A committee
was appointed and arrangements made
to commence and carry out a scheme ; and
it was determined to organize simultaneous
subscriptions, on the plan and according to
the machinery of the collections made for
the O'Conneil Tribute. The contribution
of individuals is limited to ?5, but parties
wishing to contribute more are invited to
do so, either in the names of members of
their families or in their own, as second,
third, &c. subscriptions. A considerable '
amount was contributed at the meeting, and |
vjjjuiuiia steps aiu using ifiiten 10 prepare i
for the general national contribution. It is
V: . expected that the amount realized will be
from ?40,000 to ?50,000. The nature of
the testimonials is not decided.
There has lately been discovered near
Sceaux, in the Loiret, a large stone jar of
V. rude workmanship, containing GOO Roman
. . coin?. The jar is about 1G in height end
?vi 8 inches in diameter. It was found in a
species of chamber, about two yards square,
the walls of which were coaled with a cement
of extraordinary polish. It was at the
same time enclosed in a niche which had
only one opening of sufficient size to admita
man's hand to drop in the coin. It is be- !
lieved to have been the secret treasure of j
snmn ornnnminnl Hn
The Moniteur Industriel stales that the
losses by railway speculations on the Paris
Bourse, between the month of October,
18-i.j, and the end of July, 1847, amounted
to the enormous sum of 483,000,000f.
The Cholera is making such ravages in
the Russian army in the Caucasus that
nearly a third of the soldiers are said to be
sick in the hospitals, and some regiments
quartered in the lowlands have lost from
fifty to a hundred men in a single day.
The Circassians am said to have cut off
the ears of a Russian General whom they
1 1 A - I * ? * "
nun iuku 11 prisoner, ana to na vc sent tnem
:i present to Count Woronzow, the Russian
rumored Coup D'ETAT at St. Petersburg.?A
letter from Warsaw, in the Cologne
Gazette of the 6th says : " Something
extraordinary in its preparation at St. Peterburg?perhaps
it is a cov.p iVclat. Although
the foreign journals make us laugh
when they talk of the abdication of an illustrious
personage, it is certain that all the
Russian diplomatists abroad, of the highest
rank, are ordered to come to St. Petersburg
in the course of the next month,?and this
certainly merits some attention. A ViceRoyalty
for the Grand Duke Michael or
Constantine is much talked of, but this is
mere rumor. The best informed persons
linlrlnilt lint 1 ( So In ~ ?
uiuv V 10 ill wuiiii/iiijJiauuil luilltut?
porate Poland with Russia, and this appears
to be highly probable. In fact, the pure
Russian party, which hates the very name
of Poland, and has at its head the Minister
Taschkou, has now the direction of affairs.
^ , The Germap party has no longer any influif?
' - - From the Savannah Georgian.
^ have time and again battled against
Clayi' whose political course in as
/'SGCfating with the younger Adams, and his
Sj^^^ti^nations from the Republican ratiks,
j$?v|. f~ 'caused us _ to separate from such a distici,
?4"'!^Mished American. While his fame is il*
' identified with his country and the struggles
Of opposing parties the fame of his soldier
I^^^HsDn'Js that of the warrior son of a patriot
our readers are aware, has been
W0f4$!0?,0 C?po May. On Friday last he
was addressed by Nicholas Dean, Esq., as
<$'-?/ Chairman of a Delegation from New York
b^^*000 in number,in yiting him in be^^la&tfte
citizens of New York, irrespectu0"
iveofnarhVto the commercial metropolis.
ST.- -J--* -f
which has just been delivered has had the
effect almost to induce tne to adopt the
language which was used on a more solemn
occasion. " Thou almost persuadest
me" to go to New York. But in all that
uprightness of my nature whiph I have ever
endeavored to practise, I.^nust tell you the
object and motives vriiich have brought,
incto the shores of tha Atlantic. I returned
to my residence after passing the winter at
New Orleans,?j4rlhc 23d or 24th of March
last, and a <Jny or two afterward melancholy
intelligence came to me. I have been ner
vKpus*evcr since, anil .was induced to lake |
this journey, for I could not look upon the i
partner of my sorrows without experiencing
[Mr. Clay was here completely overcome
by his feelings, covered his face with his
hands and was silent several minutes. At
length with an eflort he recovered himself
"Every thing about Ashland was associated
with the memory of the lost one ; the
very trees which his hands assisted me to
plant, served to remind me of his loss. Had
the stroke, come alone, I^could have borne
it, with His assistance, and sustained by the
Kindness or my mends una fellow citizens
with meekness and resignation. But of
eleven children four only remain. Of six
lovely and affectionate daughters not one
is left. Finding myself in the the atire of
sadness, I thought I would fly to the mountain
top, and descend to the ocean wave,
and by meeting with the sympathy offriends
obtain some rcleif to the sadness which encompasses
me. I came for private purposes,
and from private motives alone. I have
not desired those public manifestations, but
have rather desired to escape from them.
My friend and travelling companion Dr.
Mercer, will tell you, that in Virginia, in
every section of the State of my birth, I
have been implored to remain, if only for
a few hours, to exchange congratulations
with my friends, but I invariably refused
anil only remained in each place sufficiently
long to exchange one vehicle for another.
You may imagine I made a visit to l'hila- i
delphia. When I arrived in Baltimore, I
learnt that the most direct route to this place
was by the Deleware. I had no public object
in view in taking that route, and yet
indifferent I am not nor cannot be to anything
which connects me with the honor,
welfare and glory of my country.
Gentlemen of the committee of New
York : I have truly and sincer ly disclosed
the purpose of the journey, but I cannot but
J J iL!. .r r
ueepiy ifitii iiiis manuesiauon 01 your respect
and regard. It is received with thankfulness,
and excites the warmest feelings of my
heart, that I a private and humble citizens
without an army, without a navy, without
even a constable's staff, should have been
met at every step by a progress with the
kindest manifestations of feelings?feelings
of which a President, a Monarch or an
Emperor might well be proud.
Married, in Oxford, Miss., on Wednesday
11th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Gaston, Dr.
THOMAS D. ISAM, to Miss SARAH
McGHEE, of this District.
Morrip/l of T.aiiii
MAI%? ? IUVI) U.V JUUUUUb^VlilC) UII 1 UCdUUjr
31st olt., by the Rev. Thomas L. McBryde,
Mr. PETER GIBERT, of this District, to
Miss MARIA R. CARINGTON, of Mt.
0^7= A meeting of the Executive Commit'
tee of the Abbeville and Edgefield Union BIBLE
SOCIETY will be held at Beulah
Church, on FRIDAY befoxe the first Sab*
bath in October next.
Punctual attendance of the members is requested.
W. S. HARRIS,
Sept 8 Secretary,
O* Notice is horoby givon that an application
will bo mado to tho Legislature, at its noxt
Boasion, for a charter for a Rail Road from Aiken
through Edgofield District, by or near Edgefield
C. H., through Abbeville District and Pendleton
District' to Andersonville, at the jniiction of the
Senoca and Tugaloo Rivers. [sept 1
(D* Notice.?As I will be absent from tho
Village for tho space of two monthB, those who
have work in my shop, can get it by applying to
H. A. Jones, Esq. E. S. BAILEY.
Abbeville C. H., Aug lis ,** 24 tf
" " "
(CT Although I havo declined attending to a
Ware House, I still continue the Commission
Business in this place; and have safe end convenient
storage room for Goons to be Received
and Forward, Cotton, Flour, Bacon, See. See.
Cotton consigned to me wjll- be stored on the
most advantageous terms, or told on arrival,''(?
may be directed.
j Consignments .of Cotton and ether Produce, of
Merchandise to be forwarded, and OriTbrs for
tlte purchase of Goods respectfully solicited.
? F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg, July 21,1847. 21-3m
f The Edgefield Advertiser will please copy.
:, - sept. a. *
mw W* ..
Is noreby given, that an application will be
made to the Legislature of this State, at its
next sitting, for a Charter to construct a Rail
Road, or Turnpike Road, from Hamburg, up
the Valley of the Savannah River, or within
Twenty-five Miles of the same, to the lines of
Georgia and North Carolina ; Also a Charter
for building a Toll Bridge over the said River
and its tributaries at a suitable? ?l?n? Also
for the renewal of the Original Charter, with
amendments, for a Bank in the Town of
Hamburg, South Carolina, granted 22(1 day of
December, 18*22; Also, for amending the
Charter of the American and German Trading
and Insurance Company, granted the
19th dav of December, 1835.
* HENRY SHULTZ, Founder
of Hamburg, S C.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug. 12,1847. 28 3m
Attention 8th Regiment.
* Tho 8th Regiment of Infantry
A I will parade at Carsoil's Old
JU Field, on TUESDAY tho 2lHt
INST, for Drill and Review, armed
fTlio commissioned and nou-commissioned
Officers will asseniblo tho
day previous for drill, &c.
Tho captains of Beat companies
- will order tho Pioneers of thoir respective
Beat to bo al Carson's Old
Field on the 13th inst, at 10 A. M.
By order of Col. M. O. Talman:
J. G. BASK IN, Adj't.
sept 8 28 3w
Persons having dotnauds against tho Estato of Mary
Cain, deceased, aro requested to present them
properly attested ; and thoso indebted to make immediate
payment. S. V. CAIN,
sepl 8, 1847 28 2\v Executor.
By the subscriber on the 18th August, or soon after,
a Note on John Cochran. Tho object of this no
uuu is li> wa.ru uu persons not 10 iraue lor saiu note, j
of which tho following is a corroct copy:?
"Two days after dato, I proiniso to pay Phibo
Drenon, or bearer, tho sum of ono hundred and
forty-eight dollars 75 cents fur valuo roe'd., this
18lh day of August, 1847."
sept 8 28 3w PIIIBE DRENON.
Whereas, A A Humphries applies to mo for
Letters of Administration on the Estate of
Jas S Humphries, deceased: " These are
therefore, to cite the kindred and creditors of
the deceased to appear before me on the third
Monday in September, (instant,) to show
cause why said administration should not be
granted. Given under my hand this 6th September,
1847 DAVID LESLY,
Sept 8 28 2w Ordinary
An Election for an 1NTENDANT and four
WARDENS, will bo held in the Court
House, on MONDAY the 13th of September
(instant) and J, E. Allen, J. H. Power, and
Auclpiiiis iVilhams, Esq s., are appointed Managers
j. A. HUNTER, Iiitenuauli
Abbeville C. H., Sept 1, 1847. 27 2t
WALKER & BRADFORD,
Warehouse and Commission
MERCHANTS?Hamburg, S. C.
The undersigned respectfully inform their
friends and the public, that they still continue
the WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION
BUSINESS at their old stand, known as the
Water>Proof Warehouse; where they will
devote their personal attention, to all business
entrusted to their care.
Their rates tor Selling- and Storing of Cotton
or other Produce, Receiving and For
warding Merchandise are the Bame as heretofore.
Orders for Supplies will be promptly executed
at the lowest market price.
Thankful for past patronage so liberally bestowed
on us we respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same.
WALKER & BRADFORD.
Sept 1 27 6t
DRUGS! DRUGS ! DRUGS !
The subscribers have opened afgffi
gf DRUG STORE in tho village of Cambridge,
S. C., aud are now receiving, from one of
the first Drug houses in Philadelphia, a choice selection
of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuff, Window Glass, &c. &c.
to which they invito the attention of Physicians,
? : ? x -r t- --* -?
jl taubcio auu uuioiD) ui wain U1 0UCI1 urucics.
Orders thankfully rocoived and carefully attended
to. R. C. GRIFFIN & CO.
Cambridge, Sept. 1, 18-47. 27 4t
P. S.?Dr. R. C. Griffin would respectfully Inform
his friends and the public generally, that he
has permanently located at Cambridge, for the purpose
of practising Medicine, and may at all times
be found at his Drug Store, ready to attend to all
callfi connected with the profession.
BAYLEY'S HERE YET!
Sash made at 6 1-4 cents per light, for all saBh
containing 15 lights to the window and upwards,
all windows containing less,' 7 conts per light.
All kinds of Fnfllitllmade to ordnr. nt.
the old stand, 1 mile from Gilgal church, and 17
from Cambridge, upon the Martintown road.
All orders left at the offico of the Edgefield Advertiser
will be attended to. )
sept 1 27-4t WM. BAYLEY.
.Whereas, Thos Furguson applies to me to
fratit him Letters o(7 Administration on the
Estate of Rebecca Holloway, dec'd. These
are, there for eito cite tho kindred ajpd creditors
of the deceased to be and appear .before
me in tho Court of Ordinaryt.at Abbeville c.
H., on the 2d Monday in oepteniBer next, to
show, caaseifyhy . said adimttistration shoul^
not be granted; - v
Given unde^ my hand tbis 30th August* 1847.
m Sept 1273t ^Eh l?BBLY,Ord,ry.
'^ir/jL^t hftYftftftcrAo doii"
Valuable Lands for Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
AnBEVILLE DISTRICT IN EttUITY.
William McCelvy and others, vs. James
L. McCelvy and others.?Bill for Par
. . ~ J - ?
By virtue of on order of the Court of Equity,
the following tracts of land described in the
proceedings of this case, will he sold, on Sale
Day in October next, at Abbeville C. II., on
a credit of one and two yours, with interest
on the second instalment from the time the
first becomes due, except the costs, which arc
to be paid in cash: the purchasers to give
bonds and good surety, and a mortgage of the
premises, to secure the purchase money?viz:
FIRST?The Blair Trad, situate in
Abbeville District, on Little River, containing
one hundred and seventy-seven acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of James Connor and
SECOND?'Yhe Crawford Tract, situate
in Abbeville District, on Little River,containing
two hundred and sixty-four acres,
more or less, bounded by Little River and
lands of John Mars.
THIRD?The Moore Tract, situate in
Abbeville District, on Little River, containing
two hundred and three and a half acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of James Connor,
Herbert Darracott and others.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
H. A. JONES, c. e. a.r>.
j Com'rs Office, Sept I, 1847 27 5t
The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE DISTRIRT IN EQUITY.
Elizabeth Eakin, v. Jane Ealtin and otlieis.
?Bill for Partition.
I Bv virtue of anordpr frnrn f Jin C . t r>f T?.nni^
ty, will be sold, at Abbeville Corn . Houso, on
j Sale Day in October next, the following tracts
of land described in the proceedings of this
case, on a credit of one and two years, except
the costs, which are to be paid in cash ; purchasers
to give bond and sufficient surety,and
a mortgage of the premises, to secure the purchase
money, and pay for papers?to wit:?
The three tracts, in the whole, containing
five hundred and twenty acres, more or luss,
situate in Abbeville District, adjoining lands
of Joseph Eakin, John Wright and others.
The particular boundaries and description of
each, and the number of acres each contains,
will be given on the day of sale.
H. A. JONES, c. e. a. D.
Com'rs Office, Sept 1, 1847 27 5t
mu.. _ r c*?.i y-M i
jlikj ouiie oi ooutn Carolina.
. ABBEVILLE DISTRICT,
(Postponed until Salo Day in Octobcr.)
Augustus C. Cofer and Thomas L. Cofer,
v. Didama Anderson, and others.?Partition.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will sell, at
Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in October
next, the following tracts of Land,
No, 1, delineated by the lines A B C D E F
G and H tract No 2, by the lines D E and
K, represented by plats thereof by A. W,
Shellito, Esq., D. S., situate in Abbeville Dis.
trict, on waters of Savannah river; the num.
ber of acres, as well as a more particular description
thereof, will be given on the day of
sale?on a credit of one year, except the costs
which are to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
give bonds, with good "sureties, in penalties
double the purchase mo-ney, and pay for titles.
H. A. JONES, c. k. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t
The State of South Carolina.
Sarah Kennedy, v. Margaret Kennedy,
Eliza'beth Kennedy?/ al.
By order of the ,Court of Common Pleas
to me directed, I wrll sell on Sale-day in October
a TRACT of LAND containing THREE
HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES, more
or less, commonly known as the HOME
TRACT, lying on Long Cane Creek and
Bold Branch aonut 12 miles South of tho village
TvDUa rP/\ Ko on!/I An a l.ttnlttA
.? A V WW ouiu VII C& Vl^uib \Jl HVCIVC
months, the purchaser to giyc security and
mortgageof the premises, the costs 10 be paid
A. C. Hawthorn, Sh'fF.
Aug. 18th 1847, 6w 26,
2ND. BRIGADE, July 9,1847.
? The following Regiments will
J? Parade for Review and Drill, at
gaff the times and places as follows,
fljaLff The 6th Regiment of Infantry
KTffi. at Lomax's on Saturdav the I8th
fof September next.
The 8lh Regiment of Infantry
at ???, on Tuesday the
21st of September.
The 9th Regiment of Infantry
at Lowe's, on Saturday the 25th
of September. - V ?The
7th Regiment of Infantry at the Old
Wells, on Tuesday the 28th of September.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Rich*
ardson's on ,Thursday the 30th of September.
The Commissioned and non-Commi6sioned
Officers will assemble at their respective
Parade grounds on the day previous for drill
and instructions -
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
P. H. BRADLBY,
Brigadier Gen'l. 2d Brigade S. C, M-.
W. W. Bblgher, Brigade Major.
Edgefield Advertiser copy six times.
Aug 18 25 4t
_Land for Sale.
jatgaggb The subscriber,irousof emigragg03^Pting
Weatt offers.for sale, bis,tract
of LAND, situate in Abbeville Dis.
T,il von M?ff; Vienpa road, 8 from
Libjwty containing 487 acri$2^ol
jjichj^cjpwrejj and i_n^ cultjyj^iog. ; Tfe
f ,' winhinff to hnv uill^lri' wAtl tn^n^n
??* ??? ?????e
A largo lot of KontuckyBiltrgillg and RopeWHITE
Abbeville 0. II., sept 1 27 3\v
East Tennessee University.
Tho next collegiato year of Ibis Institution will
commcuco oil tbe 15tb day of October. The Faculty
consists of six officers. Tuition in tho Collegiate
Department is $15; in tbo Preparatory
and English Departments, $ 10 per session. Hoarding
in tho Public Hall is $ 1.25, in private families,
$1.50 per week. Tho entiro annual expense, including
clothing and bdarding ill vacation, need
not, with strict economy, exceed $150. Tho locality
is exceedingly healthful, and has provod peculiarly
so to students from tho South. For further
information soo Catalogue, which may bo examined
at tho office of tho Clerk of tho County
Court of this county, or bo had on application by
letter to the President of tho University.
1). A. DEADEUICK,
Secretary of tho Doard of Trustees.
Kuoxville, Aug. 25 20 3t
Valuable Lands for Sale.
! Will be sold, at Ahbovillo C. II.. on Salo Dav in
! September next, in two separate tracts, that part
I of the. Ileal Estate of tho latoThomas W Williams,
j dec'd., si til a to on tho waters of Rocky river, near
! liOnndesville, Abbevillo District, cach tract consis!
ting of about eight or nine hundred acrcs, tho plots
] and surveys of which will ho exhibited 011 tho day
A credit of ono and two years will bo given,with
interest from day of sale.
Purchasers will bo required to givo bond and upproved
personal security. \?jp<
Possession will bo given at tho close of tho pfosent
vear. MAT. J. WILLIAMS, Ex'or.
July 14 20-8t J
Tho subscriber offers for salo his PLANTATION
and MILLS, situated on Rocky River, four miles
i above Loundesvillo, in ono of tho healthiest soc
' tions ol Abbovillo lJistrict. The 1'lantation, con!
taining about 460 acres, is in good repair, most of
it strong, productive land. The mills are a Corn,
Wheat and Saw Mill, all in successful operation.
Tho water power is not surpassed by any in tho surrounding
country, being sufficient for all manufacturing
purposes, and possessing tho raro advantage
of not being materially affected by either high
or low water. All who may wish to mako such a
purchase, aro requested to call and examine for
themselves. JAMES L. LESLY.
July 14 20-tf '
Valuable Property for Sale,
n, Will be sold, on Sale Day in
October next, at public out cry,
J! jig? unless previously disposed of, tho BRICK *
AsBbKBUILDING, Oil tho maiii-atrftfit. in the .
1 lower part of this village, formerly owned by John
| Wilson, dee'd. This building is two stories high and
in good repair, with the necessary out buildingn,
and a fine well of water upon the lot. The lot contuins
about five acres. . -. >*-v
For furthor information, and the torms, porsons ' . :
wishing to purcase will apply to Dr. I. Branch or
A. J. "YVeems.
Abbeville C. H., July 21 21-llw
_ . , .
All persons indebted to mo, are required to settle,
on or before the first 01 Novoiubut ihjai.
J. VV. CRAWFORD.
C^ld Spring, Pendloton, Aug 18 ... 25 4w
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An Estray. r ^
r John Gray tolls befofe mo a bay ^
gyJMk; Mare, some white in he* fece,
wr / ' low in flesh^bout ii-l.^hwids