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S M,1a 95 be juj,s,
BY VirtUte of suudry write of Miei Facias. to
tii diretted, will be sold at 1Edgefield U ki
On tt.e first Monday and Tue*day in February
peat, the following prnperty, vim:
C. J. Glover, vs William Berry. defendant's
Iaterestiu his father's land.
Williat B. Dorn, vs Edmund Atchison, the
tract of land where defendant lives.
Levi Wealke'ngton, vs Philip H. Mantzand
0. J Glover,1% tract of land belonging to '.
H. Mat, containing six hundred and fourteen
acres, more or less, adjoining Levi Weather
ingtot, Geore Stellhle, John Briskie & others.
Bland,Unti& Co.. vs Henry Huf5man,seu.
Other Plaintiffe, severally, vs the Same, the
tract of land where defendant lives.
William B. Dorn, vs James Carroll, part of a
tact of land lying in Edgetield Distrct. con
taining fifteen acres, more or less, adjoining
James Morris, William U. iorn and others.
Luther Roll, vs R C. es. H. L. Hoed
toy, ve the Same, two h
James F. Ad or tor. vs John W.
Monday and P- . ; one mn
Charles, one be , r girls, Mariah, Char
lotte. Fanncy and Elvira.
William Traylor. vs Gptridge Thurmond,
John Thurmond and Randid Delaughter, the
tract ot' land where G. Thurmond lives on Bea
ver Dam Creek, adjoining Jonh Hollingsworth,
John M. Simkins and others.
Eliza Bacon. vs John Thurmond, Guiridge
Thurmond, and Randal Delaughter, the tract
of land where John Thurmond lives, 1%ing an
Other Plaintiffli. vs John Thurmond, the a
above described land.
Benjamin Corley vs AdministratorofDamnel
Cotney, one tract of land containing si. hun.
dred acres, more or less, adjoining lands ofJohn
Rinehart, John 1aih accd others.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
WM. H. MOSS, S. E. D.
Jan 14, 1839 c 50
,State of south, anrolina.
G. L Penn & Co.
Q. L. & E- Penn & Co. Attachment.
B Y an Order from the Court of Cospmon
Pleas for Edgefield District. will be sold
at the house of dei-n;ant, on Mountain creek,
under an attachment in the above stated case,
on Tuiesday after the first Monda in Februar'
next, all the Personal Proprrty o1 said defen
ant, consisting of various art icles.
W. H. MOSS, S. E. D.
Jan 14, 1839 C50
State of South Carolina.
Marshal Steadham, Applicant,
Nancy Stendham, et al. Dcfedants
Y tan order or*the Ordinary of Edgefield
B iistrict, I shall proceed too sell ion the firs
Monday in February next, at Edgefield C. H.
the lands belofigiug to the estate of John Stead.
ham, deceased, situate in said Dittrict. on the
watersof Turkey creek. bounding oii laildn of
Penn, lands of the estate of Jamtes Blocker,
de eased Ransom Timmermoi and others.
and containing Two Hundred acres, mol,e or
On a credit of twelve months. Purchasers to
give hond and persontal security, and a mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary. Cost to
be1paid im cash.
W H. MOSS, S. . D.
Jan 14, 1839 c 50
Rank of Mansburg.
Jany. 1. 1839.
IT being this day Resolved, that the Board
call a meeting of the Stockholders of the
Bank, to convene at the Baitking house, on the
Ist Feb'y next, at 10 o'clock, A. N. to take into
consideratien. the propriety of increasing the
Capital Stock. according to the provisions of
- eharter: The Stocklolders ari hereby re
quested to attenjd said meetinr, either in person
or by proxy, on I riday, 1st daY of Feb. 1839,
at 10 o'clock, A. Nf.
H. HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
Janl 1. 1.39 ,.-.
Wagove for Malc.
GO) Road If ag. nerly n ew, wth
onit a body. A bargain amay be had, if
applied for soon.
R. T. M113MS.
Jana 1, 1839 tr 4$
A LL persons indebc.ed to time estate of Bar.
tholonmew Kimmbrell. decencsed,. are reques
ted to mnake immnediate pmavment: and all per.
oens hcavinag demnmande nygainsti tIme said es.'tate' are
requested 1o presenit themn dualy attested.
LEWIS ELI.ZEY. Adrn'r.
Nov, 6 1888ft 40
I'HE Undersigned have aasociated
U.themselves together in the praetice
*f Law andi Equity ini Edgefleldl District.
N. 1. GR IFFIN,
Fept 4 13 e a -
Y ~ HOUSE9 andil t I )Iacm, note of
..dy tiel, uiponm termse ;o snmita pu acrchaser.
In may absence, apply to Col. Ban.skett.
.J AM E JONES.
A pril 12 i f 10
Isaaproved Pink Maumcers.
OIMPILOVE'D PINK SAUCERS
ItJ( o dyvingSilk, Stockinigs. Gloves,
Feathcers. Plowe'rs. Tiffamny, Gauzes, Crapes,
Cambricks, Muslins, &c. &c.
Jusat received and for sale at time Edgefield
July lEt tf24
More New Goods.
T HI E Subscribers are receiving a f'resh sup.
.1 ly of Winter Goods, rece,ntly purchmased
in Charleston. whmich makes their aissortmnent
compl. ': to whlich they invite the attenction a
their customers. G. L.& E. p'N N &Co.
C A. DOWAD, will exchmange good Notes
.acnd Accounts, for Casha, ona reasonable
GOODS Chaeap for Cash. ias heretofore, or
to punctumal customers, on thme usual credit.
Dec 15, 18138 c 50
Bleachaed Winter strained
LJet eIPF OiEL.
T HE Subsc ribees hnave receive!~p l of
th de above article of very su p
Oct 31. 1838
nest Apple VIM ??
-eit gale by
C. A. DO ,.
NE AR the Pri .tg c fiire, a Pair Waffe
Irons, whiach the owner cana have, by ale.
plyinag att this O)ffco and paying~ for this adver
je . 83i40
r'tate o South ('alclina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
-mvs Foreign Attachment.
Joseph K. Kilburn,
T HE Plaintiff in the above stated case hav
11 g, on tlse 18th day of September, 1838,
fild his declaration in the Clerk's Office, and
the Defendant having no wife or attorney
known to be in this State, upon whona a copy
of the said declaration can be served: It is or
dered that the said defendant do appear and
make his defence within a year and a day from
the filing of the said declaration, or final and
absolute judgment will be awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Jan 21. 18:) A W aqd 51
state of routl Carolinla.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Middleton, ?
vs. FozioN ATTACHNHT
Fit HE Plaintiff ins the above case having
.U. this day filed his declaration, and the De
fendant having no wife or attorney known to
be within the State, upon whom a copy of' said
declaration, with a rule to plead could be serv
ed: It is Ordered, that the said Defendant do
appear and tuake his defence in the aforesaid
action, within a year and a day, from this date,
or final atid absolute judgment will be awarded
GEORGF POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk'sOffice, Nov. I, 1K3 dq 40
State ol' Souta ar. lini.a
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
ThomniL.. J mp, vs.
Park & I'owler. Attachment Assumpsit
Hatch Kimball. vs.
Park & Fowler. Attachment Amumpait
f I '1IE Plaintiffs in the above cases having this
I a y filed their declaratioi, and the Iefe.
dants having iieither wives nor attorneio.
known to be in this State, ordervd, that if ft
-maid Defetidnts do not appear lnd nmatke their
defence. withite a year aid a day froni this
date, filial and ahsoltit judgemnent shall be
forthwith given and awarded for the said
Plaiitifis in attacbmenat.
JAME S WARDLAW, c. c. r.
Clerks Office, I
Nov 22, i38 jB&T adq 45
State of Sonithn ar-0111n1
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Wmi. Br-uon;-vs. oreign Atlachwent.
Willinna Drum, Debt.
1 I i-. Plaintill i this casc having.on the 11th
of September. filed his dec-laration in the
Clerk's Office, iatnd the Defendant having no
wire or at'orney,known to be in thin State, upon
wom a copy of the ,nid declaration may he
served: It is therefore ordered, that the said De
Cendant do appoar amid make his def'ence within
a year and a day, frean the filing ofthe said dec
laration, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded to the said Plaintiff.
GE. POPE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Sept I1, 18:18 eq :::
State fi &%qtia I arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Sanpson Kilcrease,vs. FORtoN ATTACH
Witev Freeman 11.wr AssueSIT.
T 1 9 Planttffin this case having,oi the 14th
'day of May, 1838, filed his declaration in
the Cjerk's Office, and tie defeidant having no
wife or attorney. knowna to be in this State u)m
whom a cop- of the said declaration ni b
served: It in tierefere ordered,that the P,aiade
fendant do appear & make his defence within
a year anl a day from the filioag of the said dec.
laratien, or final anad absolute judgment will he
awarded to the said plaintiff.
GEORGE PPE,c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, May 14th, 1838. 15
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robbins & Conner,
vs Assunipsit Attachment.
f E l aia,tit, in this case, having this day
tiled hais declaration, anal 'he Defe..dan~t
having neiher w'ife anr aittorney within -his
8tate, upon whom a c.opy of said declran oi:
can he served; Ordered, that the I)efund ant
plead thereto within a year anad a day from this
publication or the said action will be taken pr
confesso against hina.
GEO)..POPE, c. c.r.
Clerk's Office. Oct 24. 1t'38 dag 43
State of aoumth ('sPolina.
. AIIBEVILL.E DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Charles Spronll, Adm'r of? TAImT
Due'y E. Lipflord, dec'd vs. A S5^unStT.
Jamnes Donald. AsU)sr
T H E Phaiint fr in this case having, on the
20th day of March, 183$, filedl his decla
tion in my otlicea aind the defendant having no
wife air attorney.knowni to be ini this State,upona
whaoii a copy of the' declaratio,n, with a special
airder oifthe c'aurm a.ad,,rs.-ld ihe en, .came , , a
ed:Iherewe a'ajda, re'd.tait thea smid .Jame,' ItJo,
aId do appier amid mnake is defiance withini a
year and a day fromt tIhe filinig oif thmedalclaration
as aforesaidl, o'r ti a:l & abshste i,aima'n. will
be Iorthwith given and :awardead :agaiinst himt,.
JAS. WARDLIiAW, c. c. e.
Clerk's Oflice. I Ith May 1'43". 15,
tate of' Noiith C'aroliana
IN TH E COMMON PLEAS.
Davidl Ouzts. vs A-r-acnMEVNT,
Willianm Drum. AssumspTa.
T HE Plaintiff in this case having this day
fdfied his declaration in the Clerk's Office,
aiid the Defendant having no Wife or Attornmey
knownm to he in this State, u ion whionm a copy
of the siad declaration may served: There
fore ordered, that the said defcndant d.appear
and make his defencee within a year and a day
from the filiing of the saidl declaration, or final
aand aibsolnte judgment will be forthwith awar
ded to the said Plainatiff.
G EORGE POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Edgefleld, May 14. 1838 15i
A LL persons indebted to the estate of John
Grilli-, sein. dec'easedl. tare regnhiesitd to
comei faorwad anid mnake paymnent : and thaise
having deianids uagainst the estate are' request.
ed to present themia properly 'itteste'd
- OHIN 8.0 GRIFFIS, Execu
JOHN ILL, tors.
Jan 12, 1839 dr50
I N thme Village of' Edgefiokd, a Pocket Book.
contaimmg iunidry valuable treasures. The
owner is invited to call at thisOie. prove pie.
pe.rty, pay for this advertisement, and take it
Jan 4, 189tf 49
ON the Columbia Road. near the Village.
an Umbrella. which the owner can have
by applying at this Office, and payinzg for this
'HE dubscrib4rt r receiving and
opening their fall.and winter-suply or
goUs which have been selecte ith great
care frow' the laiet importations, ii which
they respectfully iuvite the atien8io4 of
their customers and the public generally.
Their stock embraces a large and gener
al assortment of British and American vsa
ple and fancy goods, suited -t-the Season,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, and a general assortment of
Books and Stationary, all o which they
will sell on the uost reasonable termns, for
cash, or on credit to punctual customers.
G. L. & E. PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22, 1838 if 38
cloths, Cassiamese, Vemil.
HA'S, STOCKS ANIDGLOVES.
BIE Subscribers have received a splen
, did assortment of the above articles, of
the latest styles, to which they invite the at
tention of their customers. They are pre
pared to execute all orders for clothing in
the best style and on the most reasonable
terns, G. L, & E. PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22. 1838 ,73
New Goods: New doods:
IT H 1' subscriber 1snow revelving ta. . 41pen.
ing a general and complete amortment of
FALL \NIP WIN, a
Consikti of fancy, Staple aid Dry Goods
Groceries, Crockery, Hard and Hollow Ware,
Tin Ware, Saddlery, &c. &c. which will b.
sold rerV kahp. H is firiends and iestomers are
realpectilly invited to eall and examine for
themselves. C. A. 1)()%% D.
Oct. 30, 1i'38. I 39
1sgging and Rale Rope.
I HE Subscribers have received a sup
- ply of' Hemp and low Baggmng and
lIale 1ROpe, which they offer for sale at ihe
G. L. & E PENN, & Co.
Oct. 22, 1838 f 3.5
NEGRO C LOTIRS9
i ATINUFTS AND F.AN.LS. Just re
ceived by the Subscribers.
G. L. & . PENN & Co.
Oct 31, 1838 f W
-HE Submi bet P itave eveied a supiv of
CEEISE ol suiitrior iusality #m :im-hk
lise. u. L. & E. PENN \ Co.
Oct31, 1838 tf 39
WO one horse or Dearborn WAGONS,
entirely new. Apply to
Near Gilgall Meeting Hose.
Nov 2, 1838. _i 40
Msek Wheat FLOUR,
u- i Ateie%, i. a good m ticle pits; a ex
pressly for Fanly usc, and for sae by
C. A. L)q)W 1).
Dec 5, 1838 if 41
2,000 fueALUM SALT, for
H. L. JEFFERS,
iambtirs Oct. 15, 183 37
a3 EI IDIC1L.
T HE subsecribor, rot theiportionities
of his friends, has concild AL!r to
retie the practice of -as to
ittend to all calls in . .
mong theme, he would mention particularly
Scrofula or King's Evil, Cancer, Diseaned
Matmmae,Chronic Sore Legs,&c. Address
E. L CARTLEDGE,
Park's P. 0., Edgef.eld Dis. S. C.
May- R) tf 14
BOOKs & ST.ITION IRY.
. o& d a.easrtmemst of choo. Ca*sswad aw
*iakiooksa, also. Capw a.s .etter Psaer
Ji.-t eiv~ ed by C. A. DOW u,..
.\. i-2. is- ill4
DO Ts and MRts
f UST sece ive d, a gosod anid comnpleta asisort
*J nien of L,adies, Gentemen and Children s
Boors and .hoes, muansifacia.red espessly lior this
masriet. ande wiaratmed good. For -ale lay.
J UST receive by the sbscribers, a large -
etad desiraible ias.ortsmnt of 8lams, cont.
-isting in part of Neg roe's Shoes, Genstlemien-a.
fine Uni askin Shones, Ladies Seal and Moroccao
Slippers of superior quiality , and a large asasort
mnent of Chsildren's S hoes of ever.y variemy.
G. L. & E. PENN &Co
Dec. 12. 1838 5f 4r,
VIRG IiE 4 TOB ICCO.
III ..ij,( brirt:or have re!eive. 40 issx
Ses of I'irania Tobarro, of thme miost appro
ved br'snvt w fsich the-y will s'ell at whlaesa.e or
raeuml mis the~ ms ,st rea.smonale termss.
G. L. & E. PEN\N & Cs)
Nov 14. 1838 0t 41
IDW M OL U1 TI O.,
I N consequence~a 0t the removal ot' Slh senmior
partnser of the Firm of I,aborde or Mim,
the capartne.rahiip is di.sa.olvedl by imumtuial c'on
sent. All perssons inidebted to thme lame firm, wil
caIl aon Dr. Munii, who is authot ised tso settle all
accotat..M LA BORI)DE,
E. J. MIMS
Dr. Mime will be faounda at his old utanad, to
attend to hsis professionsal duties.
.Jan 1, 183' tf 419
A LL persons immdebted to the estate of TIo
imas Scurry. Sen. (except those thsat gasve
their notes for propeirty pumrchamsed at the sle .ui
sad deaceaad,) nae requested to maske immsiedi
aste psaysment: ansd thoise haivinsgdemansds againsmt
thae -mamI estate. are requested to presems thm
THOMAS SCURY. Jas.
WILLIA M PI-RRLY
Adlministrators with time will annexed.
Jan 1. 183)d 49
Sugar House MYOLA4%Es.
H5 H11118 of first quaality' Sugar House Molas
.ses, just received by tsasubiscribers.
G-L.& E. PENN &.CO.
Nov 14, 1828 tf 41
.i0 T ICE.
L L Persons indebted to the late Chr' -
Atian Breithaupt, dec'd., are reqta.st
ed to make immediate payment. Amnd- Il
persons having demaands against the estate
of iad deceased are requsestedl to present
them duly attested.
Is tAe fire of lss"inessa
1l HE subeerber. are datermined to sell
JL their goods on the most reassonable terms
atwhicl they can be tif'orded. Is ord-r that they
nay be enabled to ie so. oi the usual tenns of'
credit, they deem it their deaty to notil\ theircus
toerse. that they will expect ronlept layenelt.
All accounts are considereddue oi the first
day of' Jaisuary of eaclh year, except b% "pecial
agreeaent; at which timie they will reilcire the
Baaae to be closed; if not, they will charge les
terest after that I ame.
Aaad all accounts due oi tie first day of Jani
ary of* each year, anad not closed within ahree
m1kontha after tal time, thev will consider thiem
selves at libeiicy to pat thitcu into the hands of'
ata oflicer for collectni.
In every well conducted busiessthereshotild
be sme principles; and rules by whiche it is gov
erned-and by adopting the above raes we' shall
be enabled to do justice to ourselves and to all
concerned. AN what will be belter, we shall
be enabled to sell our goods to our custoners on
a credit at eahs prices.
We return otar sincere thaiiks to our friends
For their liberal patronage. anad will try to serve
them, so as to meet a contiasuatnee cif the -samne.
G. L. & I:. PENN &. CO.
Dec 4. 18-38 if 44
IN. Ut. CO4K & CO.
(SUCCa.OS TO - I ;:CE.A & RtBI RTiON)
M IOLESA LE ANI) RE-TAIL
IIAM BHUR!, S. C.
EEP constantly on hand a large assort
ment of L>rugs, Medicines, Paints. Oili,
a uttyssr. and ever., variety efarticles in -heir
line. .lfl ofwhich? lhey warrant teo he fresh and
Re'luinae. s1,ad wi sell on reavonable termis.
Playsicaans. cosatry Merchanit. .d w-hers.
are invited to Voall andlt examine I;jr thiemnselveh.
before purchasing elpewhere.
All esders thankf'ullY received and promptly
(ie? 1:. P-.3 tf 46
O4LA AND LEAD.
I 4T received :and for salt-. m-w 'for cash. a
I I:nrge lot of Linserd il and II hite Leiad, 4)f
rar-iotis gitialities, and of' the smost appros ed
Also, a lsrge assortment of' BtRUS--E.., of'
ill sizes. consniinflv eo hand.
Personts abouti to pllit.will do well it) call and
maslaine onr sto k teftire poirceaising eP.:Pwhaere
If R. ( C4 1K A CO. Dwe"t
H:.oitmir&. lot e 1.33
11aeler. of' Pa.ris.
I T lz1' !e-em, ot. a lot ofl' l1astrr oi Paris,
and ors.ile how to% the Iirrel. by
H. R. CM K & CO Diugkists.
Ifimburg. llse.- L.I, 1,4- tl* 46
rhe t'eaidleton lessencer and i,ree-ville
itan. e. ace resIuiest, i to piblish !#, a
oove anl orbiel, anid tit -%;ord thi it ace.-unts
o the sot,ace bers sat Hssamtburg. ft'1..C.& Ce,.
i Il. -ubcrbe r heg- lea% e "e isvice the at
te-ton eat' the peipl, ol' hd-A field and the
id.;misng DistrieL., to a estire New Stock of
FRENCI, 1ERMAN. ENGLISH &
%1 Ft ICA \
AD 11 11 G 0 ?r 1P X.
W hich he ha-.:sr Ioset e .r . .New Vtork
end is now ep ning at she New "tore adjoin
ng Mr flubbitiad' Hostel in flautsirg.
if ss stock is extensive-New -and huti he f'or
:sLmh sill of which he offers f'or sale a as tlow
mree as cae he boght in anly Soothern eity.fle
leems at entirely 11 vinecessery to enter into igen
trel enumeration of' the articles of whiche his
issiortment is composeed eor to huld out any its'
hicemosnt. which may neat in the practical topern
ions of'ais business tee realized, but impsv to
1nt' that he ihtendss tie keep his store l'urnialed
it all tmies withtne oesi & most dlesirablearticles
miad (as t'ar as possible to do) a amsortmneist ot
very thing that belonigs i4trictl% to tlies Ise of
aueines. ast that ehe ltvina an'd selling o1' Dry
oiids will eonasiete hissPole and leadin;. puri1seit
and leave it to thope with whom lie sAlm ite so
ortunsate as to deal to decide whether ie carn sell
Ls chealp u. others engag--ed in the sane busiess.
JOIN 4). B. sOR 1).
Jltmburg, S C. Oct 5, l#3c ah 3'ls
Lati or Lettersu
U !.3MAl\1u a., ieee h'ec<t e ike, sit ulam
lirg, 8. C. 0on the .,t daey olt' Jace. .3.
A & B
hckersonc, Elishsa rfts.(o
itkersonee. W 4eallk,as lr's,amu
inethoney, Dr. L L '2 rost I2
Ulgeood A P lreea.(jt io
Jeswsell, Geo. Jueasa al
C D &F
ox, hienry Ceer os
.~areie, 0Broks,see Aus1i
:lsk, rs.MargretBreiggs, Gewso.
.ros',Coise'ius FBrow eo, WmVas
'oeodl'tt Wn. M2Breolne'e, Capt. JL .
~:eefdtasz.J U Ialetrd, J A 2
irjase. APxsee Ilawtson .
:lak,M. Margaret eaelsaward
'leman, lVinW Edey.esc 'l t's. ' A .
elrowt, Corneis ruo, ila
locadh-e, Wm.li M 2 ess sea1tes
Irlssa, s a .'y s
hieorgiel.excander esr,I hr
l(owynnl. Bei aesr,3sr
fsshsia.Rae Limedsy, JCn L
~1' ilisa, r i l :. 31 l i
t'lstc.I lincrck 'Jfsara
~t'tindle~',II eEIoron AWa. eF
linbhaae, (sb''t P rd Jmssc
~I'ee & ~ocg. Iewltn, Coal. TeaS)
Nseards & Morrison
Jt K & L
Iloerm e obley SLitone, llamptn Sfa
Itera;:. ban&c loney Lind.--ay, eO*'saeen
King, eecc , 'uny ar, ce. ares.
Lancasste. livrrie Lrnac, aacer
Visia, BMrot Nad.e,e Ulih
rigitBull. Ct o b Viler.a Thomas
1'V ad-, Jci Pond,ls Abrlsoam
S-l>onad, %labert2 Purv'm.e' J as.
Miarleh. n ssetr. Parrtt. ssme. G
JMs -Ke &8 cog oel hs 49
iaoper Gody 'lloask ie r,'. lce TisMhy or
lIconi, ase li c Sctes val.3$ th oili,rn,,
Itoerd'. Joaely r Sotielle. eilame saea
.irhnndtrele, ibby elt 1ten.mry. Theo!.''a'
pSiparson. tiecee Oliver csT rsasAlaordgfe le
tre, W WMA IJI)S
New Fal and Winter
rg he subscrilers bet leave to inrorm their
Efriends and the pu ic generally. that they
are now receiving their stock of kal and Win.
ter Gouds; consisung of the fliiowing articles,
Super 5-4 black Italian Lustritng Silk,
a Gro de Swiss do
colored . do
Muslin de Lane,
Engsuia Prants, new style,
Fauncy do and Mourning do
red and white Flannels, white Canton
Black and colored 3-4 and -4 Circassians
6-4 Gro de Nap Ae
" 6-4 Fr and o.ng . 0
" 6-4 Coiotntaon Cord,
Ladies super fancy silk Shawls and Veils,
plain Lame do
red merino do
silk and hullion fringo do
colored mnerino and chincille bor
Ladies black tibbed do
worsted and nerino do
whito and colored cotton do
" -rencoi muslin worked Collars,
silk, heaver and hoskini Gloves,
bonnet and belt Ribbons,
lines oanlarie Ildk&.
" 11m1rning mian;na Collars,
super. Lnglish Stiaw Bosenets,
M isses do
Loug lawi. and Irish Linens Diaper Towels,
8-4 ['abe, 3-4 & 4-4 Diapers,
A good assortment of Satinets, Casimeres and
Blue. black ad invisible: :reen Cloths,
Furnitur a ringe al Diniiaty,
Cotton net Shir,.- and -Suspenders.
.len's, bmta skin, woolen &cn1)ed lierlin Gloves
mixed and % aise latnb's wool hall' Hose,
bliak silk and wors.-d do
siik poctet hdkri and black ('ravatf,
Stocks. L.insn losmsu and Collars,
.-4 -nglish and i'n-ch black Honabazin,
A good assortnent white plain .iacotiet uill and
" " figured aml piaid Swiss do
Uinuets. lusertings. Thm end L,m e and Edging.
Power lemmi Ticking and Russia Dittpers.
I'leached and brown Shirtin:s and Sheetings,
Waoohin l.ims-ys and % ashigmtoi Jeans.
heavy good, for .se 21 fats,
9-4 1-1 114 Whitney Blhankets,
r-4, 9-4 Duffil for Negroes.
Ao. a good assortment ofrtien's, boys and la
dies fine Shoes itad nen's Boots.
Men'. fi ne Ilats. Fur and Seal Caps,
Boys cloth Cal-s amd wool Flats,
Saddierq . Hardu'are. Crockeri,. Tin. 8rc.
With mnanv other articles tao sa-dions to enu
merate. which will he sold ois acvomnmodating
teraus for cnsh. or on time to pumnoctual custio
ers. NICHOLSON & PRI.SSLI.Y.
Nov 14, 1838 tf 41
OF BAGGIAG, RoPE - B.4CON,
JUST Rl-cEPIVFn AND PO SALE.
Pieces best H FM P BAGGING,
-0 0 do. wide TOW ado.
lom Coils ofsmnall Hemp Hope,
Ill do. do Tow do.
5am ins. i nrish Twine,
10,04M prime Htcon Sides,
Sugar, Col'e asd Molasses,
Salt, Iron and Steel
Teas. le-af and Littnp Sugar,
lrandya, Wine.-, and Cordials,
All of the above Articles. or any that we may
sell. we- will trarrant to be of the best quality.aid
will sell to orter or otherwise. at the lowest
possible pricew;and we assure our friends & the
pnbli- gnerally. that ordem for Bag1as and
11ope. aDr atny other article in our Iine,salI have
nour best it-tention
We still continue to transact business on Com
tission. aid will attend to the selling orstoring
nf Cotton. or any other buiinemu entrusted to our
rare. H1. 1, JEFFERS & Co.
1lamnhurg. imlY 12. f 't- wE -'3
Factorage & Comaais oiia
*5 *IlK anhascrib,er -respeciftilly begs lea'.a
. to aimnee iio the Planters and Mlerchant:s
ot thme L ppaer lbsictas, that hem leas imatde ar
rtangemen.ts Is-r thae a ausuim. season to liecem'.ae
astia -ell Cuttomn. ald 'rrnss that ais z xperiea ce~
mm the busimess andl thie mian. thraihitmes inemmmlent
io his p.raesemairenpa~'tiona. will eabhle haun tam
anaemt ant *x:ea,. ve *atraonage-.
Ma a c..andaize aual Caotan Raeceive-d and rot
w.'ardead with tae uistual adespatch.
J. F-. BE.NS- 'N
Sa-t 14. :iM t.f 4t.
L esont- iinhlbteda ta tha Estate of
Fracis M. Voatme,c! are re-lute.ated tao
makae uitnediaaiate- taymtanet anda tall person,
hatvin~ ade'mandms n -~ainst the lssta,te are ra
j1&%'at"fa t" p 'n tem ily tte-'t(-d.
Oct l!)hb INNS 'I &
- iO ' f t1M hoetilubscriber,
~~ ~ ~,-mnear a lahnt'. :ilhout
'easofApril. Tero wea'rs -a
or ta -ha l. long slim liorn.
(lie or thea Steaers is red and white, the other
birimndledr. Etar aimark namt recairlected. Thei
steers w.ere in hine aorder, as ihav' hnad beeni stall
fa-d. I presuemea they will endme'avoar to return to
C~oarkidge, whvlere itey were raised.
Nov 2:l. lIP 43 wr
. \N A W A'Y from the suibserm
her. n mthme inight of~ the 5ith air
F-ebrumary ta.4. fromt amy plac-e twao
miles ftimii llainburg. S. C. a neagro
wm stnmed I l., iabomut hirty-tive
- ' years old, live li-et six inmchmes hi'gh.
'l'he above rearda I will pay for
adeliverinag him to me, or putttomg him.
am jtail so tht I ant gem hitm.
Tl'aIAS K. llNAGHAN
llamhu,arL. Mlarchl 2'.. 1937 a-I
APP'w l 'T ''-Biy iIt (4VEIINOft
atJames IS. lrby J. Edw.nad Ctalhaon . A
mea-u!a-r (irahmam,. Wailiamn I. M'artin. Samusef
M1. Earle. Jramies Cheisnutt. Rt. J. (iag. John A.
Alsion. anda John W. Itice h,aving beemnp aoiin
teal Aidls-de-C(.amp~ tam the Comnmandear-in-Chief.
with alas rat'k oif l.t. Caolonech, will be obeved n
respecated accordingly. dan
JA MES JON ES,
Adjt, anal Itnspetor Gmeneral
Dec. 21.l1838 [C] t0 47
Rlanksw for sale,
A7 TRi,5 OYFt9fE.
co.q,L .a.rD wo"
-COOKING STOVE, .
H F undersigised has just received a large
uupply of improved STOVES for Coe
and Wood, of entire new patterns, amnd of va.
rious sizes. viz:
The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Store
Superior to any heretorore in use, not only ow
account of convcnience, the perfect mntirn'r in
which the cooking is performed. but almo on a.
count of the economy of fuel which it effectw.
The Patent Grecian Parlor Chate
which for heauty and economy excels all othey,
producing greater effect with less fuel.
The Parlor and Hall Stove,
passin heat fromt hebasement totheunlprpart
1hrog f Mies itsto the four corners, an througu
The Pjrlor and Pipe Franklin.
with plaii and urn topos, for wood or coal, new
l coistrtcted with swelled back, sunk hearthi,
oor front, &e
The Ship and Steam Boat Stove,
exiculated to cook for .50 or 200 person, widw
less fitel and greater convenience than any other
stove now% in use.
A:so, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES,
with the same improvements.
The Bor 6 8' 9 Plate Stove,
op.e.n and plain tops, of various sizes,from 18 to
Also. American, English and Russian ShAW
Iron. Store Pipe. Sheeting and Brazing Cop.
per. Block Tin. and Tin Plate.
All of whiIh he offirs for sale low fur CAM,
or approved pa per. at No. 168 Brold street at
the Sign of the Cofee Pot. and directly opposite
the Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, Augusta.
B. F. CIFW.
*.* Th,- highest price will be given for O1
Pelter. ('opper. irass and Lead.
\rna.thi . t. 22, 1s3. tf 39
CLOCES, WATCHES and
WE EL E ZY.
No. 242 BROAD STRET, AUGUSTA, GA.
(Near the United States Hoeld )
Uj111E Subscriher ofiers to the Citizens of
T.dgefield District and its vicinity a Rich
and rashwinatble m!sortnienm of
WATOR.s, JEWEL RY Ao
of the lates: ityle and Importation, consisting
in part of the followinig Articles:
Gold Inidi-poendent Second Watches, with
firom 17 ti 2u Jeweis,
Gold & Silver Levers, Plain & full Jewelled,
London Duplex and Anchor Escapement
Gold & Silver Lepine and Vertical Watches,
Ladies' rich Gold Neck Chains, new pattern,
Geniileten's Gold Guard and Eob Chain
Keys, Seals, Finger-Rgs, Breast.Piur;-dr -
Gold aid Silver Thimbles, Pencil Cases,
Spectacles, &c. &c.
mantle Clecks. Flower VMS"s n maleg
A General Assortnestof
SILVER TABLE. AND TEA SPOONS,
SUGAR A ONOS, doUP LAmbs.Es, CAWroR & Cigg
IAsKerTs, CAN DL.Estac K, SALT.'rPoots, &c.
A tiiie ai.smmtm mit of ltoEmis', ELt.Io-r-'*
andi \\.A1l & BHVcut's R.IZORS, PEN
h NIl'Es ANI> MUISSORS ; also a good as
Mortmetnt of DOW VIE KNIVES atid [DiltKS.
JoHiN 0. M~UtPiiy.
N. II. C1.ocus amid WArenI5 carefiully re.
p:tired. amid lJ'arranted to perfoirm well.
Laae of' .sutta Carolima.
Byv ile L~xcelleny I.'A RItA OIJL L. .
ioe'ernor andi Conu nunder-in-chiqf, in and aee~
the state of south, Carolina.
E - lI'it.LA i1. pursuamice of an Act of the
VTLegislature iii uis, dtate th.e votes for
..emmoer,, um idw twenty-aixth Linugre.s have
ltwen me.unated ani the pres, neeC e1 the Gov'eri,or,
lby Gioinsaoiers appiomnted for that purpse,
and si app~ears tha: u' Ain' Tumoamrsob. .Jr. has -
lhee ,itul e'ic. d1 ioi thae 1uogressiioni.,a lis.
tract e.u~m;.*--di of A'ei dlioii and 0,rmecevillat
FRAaC,., W.. 1-isexass for the [Dastrie t com-.
pmed of Abbeville an,. f-:dyefie;d; Joms K.
Gaiw.i. f'or the isrmct compoiiedi ot Lan.
renms, .new,err,, and a irneld, Fna~ux:.s H.
Lm.bmuxe, tur thme astict couiposed of Itich.
land, O.rangebuarghI, I.arnweht, anid Lexing.
toln. JA MES itouxts. for uhe D)istrict composed
ofl Sprtanmburgh, Unioii, York, and Chester;
JoHN LAMPErs.., for sthe l)istrect ':otnposed a
GJeorgeton~ m, Marion, Ilori.s, limalhngton, a ""
.bharlboroughm, Jons l.RcusAnumsos. for the Dio:
ti ict comuposed of Kershnaw, Sumtemr, Lancaster,
anid Chiesterfield; Itonan RRTa LIARS.W Rur;rTv
for mIhe District composed os' Beaufort and Col'
leton; amid IsAAc E. HIouass, jb he Ditr
*.ew, thierefire, I do ite thmis my Puolam.
ini, nouiryiti and deemaring. aacording to iho
proisons ut'dite said Act, that Ve At)t)TuoNI'.
som'. Jr F. II. F.i.bions. J A MES ltOe,Etl., I. W.
P'cacxEs, Jhotn K. GaarralN. Jon's C.WM,aRL,
It. Bt. RuHI:r, JOHn '. RttctAtoos, amid I.
E. Ilio.N~Es, had a uma,ority of , otei in thepir re.
sipec.tmve Conugresasnal It--utctiont Districts, and
are duly elected *eprsetaiv.es. in the Con.
grens of the Uniite"d Sta.tvs lemw'his State.
Itc ii tin nder may handl, n.il-i them seal of
tIhe State, at Coumini, the 35th day
o f Deceumber, in the year of oar
i .8 Lord.e'ino thousand eight hundred~
and_ mi thirty eighit, and ina the sixty.
third year ol the Independence of
the United 8tate, of America.
PATRICK NOBLE, Governwer
8Sosi'. Secretary of State.
I aUim. 1839 e 48
A LL pemrsimns adehumed tio the estate ot Rich.
ard Berry, deceased, are requested to
imiake imummediate payment: and all persons
having dlemanids againsit thme said estate, are r.o
gnesated tom present thetm dimly attested
SHER LEY 'V00E Adam'r.E@
Jan 4 dWd 49