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ILL be sold on the first Wednesday
in December next, at the late resi
des of Hillary M. Collier, deceased. it
Edgefeld District South Carolina, all the
property both Real and Personal belon"in.
to said Estate, except the negroes, there is
about thirteen hundred Acres of best Oak
and Hickory Land, which will be divided
into two tracts, leaving with the House
place about 650 to 7U0 Acres. As regards
the value of this property its character is
so well known, as to make a description of
it almost useless, It is considered one of
the best Country stands for a Public House
it the State, it being on the Martintown
Road, the great thoroughfair, leading from
the west to all the lower country markets,
and a noted stand with all the Drovers,
and when viowed purely as a planting in
terest, it presents many advantages, that
offertility ofsoil and its adjacency to one of
the best Markelsin the United States.
The land sold on a credit of one and I no
years,the peisonal property t welve months.
Amongst the personal property wil1 be
sold the Entire crop of Cotton and Corn.
R. HENDERSON. Executors
ISAAC T. HEARD.
The Angusta,Chronicle & .entinel, and
Greenville Mountaitteer, will give the
above six weekly insertions and forward
their accounts to tbis ottice previous to the
day of sale.
Oct, 1, 1841 h 36
State of South Cairolina.
Erasmus MeDaniel and
wife, and others .
vs. . Partition.
Frederick McDaniel )
NOTICE is hereby given, that by vir
ture of an nrder from Chancellor
Johnston, shall oTer for sale to t he hi..h
ast bidder, at Edgelield Court House, o"
the first Monday in November next. the
real estate of Elizabeth Holmes. deceased.
consisting of a tract of land situate in
Edgefield District, on Stevens' Creek, a
branch of Savannah River, contaimin:
seven hundred and thirteen and a half
acres, (7134) more or ess, and adyining
lands of the s1 Erasmus McDaiel.
Charles Parkman. Frederick 'McDaniel,
Thomas Howie, Delila Cariledge atnd the
estate of Charles Blalock, on a credit of
one and two years, except so much as may
be necessary, to pay the costs, which must
be id in cash; the purchaser to give bond
an persnaisecurity. and a nortgage of
J. TERRY, c. F.. E. D.
Comm'r's. Office. $5 81 d 36
Edgeleld. Oct.5. 18S1
State of South Carolina.
John W. Mundny
and wife, ri.
W. M. Timnermnflt an'l
wife anti others. .
OTICE is hereby given that by vir
tueof an order frotn the Court of
Chancery, I shall onf'er for sale to the
highest bidder, at Edgefleld Court House
on the first Mondlil' id November next, the
real estate of Charles Thomas, deceased,
consisting or a tract of land sitinated im
Edgefield IDistrict on Cedar Creek, waters
of Horne Creek &c. containing~ tour hutn
dred and forty nine aeress more or less ad
joining lands of James F. Adams, lien
ry Waldrunm. Micajah Denisins, and oth:
eras, on a credit of one and two y ears ex
cept for so miuch as may he necessaty to
pay the costt: which must be patid in cash;
the purchase'r to give bond and personnl
security, antI a mortgage of the premnises.
J. TE RR Y. c. a.-i:- E. 0
Comm'rs. Otlice $5 81 d 36
Edgefield, . 5. 1841
State ot' South Carolin:a.
Wiley Eidsor and wife, '
Nathan Rodio and wife. .
OT ICFE is hereby given. that by virtue of
an order frotm the Coturt of Chaencery, I
shall offer for sale to the heighest bidder uat I:dge
field Court House on the first 3londaey n -.
vember next, the real estate of John Eiso~n, e
eansed, con..iinig of three tracts oef land. na fol
lOWS, viz: one tract contannga one haendsed :mnd
fify acre'. nmore or less. caled the "DiJs
Tract," adjoining lands of Siunpson lingers.
James Romers. the estate of St'other and nthet
land. of tle intestate. One other trnet calh -d
the "Hulhnan Tract." containin.g one huamtndred.
and fify acres. more or less'. adjesmning Ian ls of
Mrs. P. Lairk, Withtam Rogers. Mfary n utson:.
James Rogers and the other lands o.f the intes
wae where he livedI. And one other tract where
the intestate resided at his denth, contuiaung
three bnndred and filyv acre. more or Ieee. ad
joiann launds of irl P. Lark. Ge'r::e Be,1I.
hfrs. Rabtim. Simpson Rogers andt the lied.
man tract. All said tracts lyineg in Edgefie'ld
Distrietsand to be sold separately on a credit of
ace years. except for so much as may be nee
cessary to pay the costs, which must he patd en
cash; the puerchaser to give bond and personal
security and mortgae of the premises.
3. TERRY. c. a. a. D.
Oct. 5. 1841. ($5 81) e e3
Brought to the Jail
OF this Dlistriet. a nenree hoy. hy th*
name of BOSTON, about 5 feet 54
inches high, bright Complexitnf, b,-t wecen
17 and !!0 years of age, he hase a scar ove-r
his right eye and a fine set of teeth. Hle
says he belongs to Gen. G. McDuflie, eef
Abbeville, S. C.
Trhe owner is requested to come forward,.
prove property, pay charges and take huum
aa. C. H. GOODMlAN, J. E.. D.
Oct. 5, 1841 tf 36
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a negro matn by thre
name of OST IN, or ROSBU RN.
about 6 feet, I inch high. dark comlelxion,
between 22 and 23 years oftage. He says
he belongs to Mr. H all, of Norfolk, Va.
who sent him some short time since, to
Mr. Pickiard, at Savannah to sell.
Th.owner is requested to come feorward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
awyC . H. GOODMAN, . . i..
(frr.. , Ia tf e 36
State of South Carolina.
Eli Clark and wife
N OTICF is lereby given, that by virtue o
an order from the Court of Chancery,
shall offer for gale to ilie highest bidder at Edge
field Court House, on the Girt tsanda' of No
vemier next, the real estate of Alex. Stewart
deceased, Cini.iting! of lour tracts, or parcels o
land, as follows. viz: Oile tract known a
the -PovertyiHill" tract, containing two hun
dred acres, inoe 4'r less, situate in Edge
field District, adjoining lands of James Vann
JnhnJonaei,John .liosely and others. Anothe
tract known as the Sweet Water tract. con
taining one hundred and sixty acres, mnore o
les, sintute in the said District, adjoining land
of Silas Lanier. John Mosely and Mrs. Briggs
one other tract containing one hundred and lot
ty three acres, more or less, adjoining lands n
John 31oselv and Divid Bunch, and known a
the Covington tract; and a parcel of land con
taining four acres. more or less, adjoining lansd
of the said Daniel Dunce and Talita Hall. Al
of said lands to.be sold in separate tracts on i
credit of one and two years, except for a
much as may he necessary to pay the costs
which must be paid in cash. The purchaser
to give bond and personal security, and a mor1
gage of the premises.
J. TERRY, c. . . .
Fdge6eld, Oct.5, 1841. ($5 81) d '16
State of South Ca.molina.
Ebenezer Chasmerlain nod
wilfe. vs. Martin Mias Partition.
and Saimutel 31ims..
N TICE is hereby givetn. that by virtue o
N n oider troisi Chiancellor Johson,
.hall off,-r 1f sale to tho hiulest bid-ier a
Edlgefield C..ort mi. on Ite Grst .ionday it
osml.r i ex, tle real esAnte of David .ims
dece.s-. etlinitig u'f tree tracts' of land, a
1o z: thel, II ie titst. lying otn Birt
C e.-X. weer< il stephtenl's Creek, and cos
tainitg six luindrel an fifty icies. more cr less
adjuitn.it lands of Ase Taiert. Joht Tomsip
List. Charles Nix nod otlhers; a tract on Bea
ver6d:n Cieek. containing two iutndred ant
fifiy nere.. msorJ or less, ndljining lands of vil
liais Ii. .ilnsw and others; and a trnct contai
ing sixty five acre-. mise or less. adjoinina
l:siids of the widoiw Kilers'ae, Charles Finley
Jamsoc. Kilcrease nad others, on the followi.l
teris: The sixty.five acre traci, on a credit o:
one year; the Beaverdanm tiact. on a credit oi
one aid two years, and te llame ttact oii a
credit of one and two years. except fier se
much as will pay the costs, which must be paic
in cash. The purchasers to give personal se
curity. and a mortgage of the premises to se
cure the purchase money.
J. T E RRY, c. z. M. D.
Oct. 5, 1841. $5 81 d 36
State or South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ordi
nary of Edgefield District.
Wherea.'. John Dorn, jui. and William E
Williams. hath applied to tme for Lettersof Ad.
ministration. oan all amid -singular the goods and
clsttels. riglts and credits of Job Thornton,
late elf the District aforesaid. decensed.
These are, therefote. to cite and admonish all
and singular, the 1mindred and creditors of the
said deceased, It he and appear befs're me. ai
our next Ordinary's' Cout rt for the said District
to bo holden at fdgefeld Court Ilouse on tie
lath day of October, I $41. to show cause, ifany,
why the said Administration should not be
Given utader my hand and enal this 4th da%
of October one tihousand e-i::ist husdred anc
forty-onmo. and in tihe sixty-fiPh year of Ameri,
I). TOW LES, 0. E. D.
October 4. 1941. ($'3 124 I 36
State' of Soulthi Calrolina1.
Samnuel Butler & ttife, Applicana
Thata c Carpenater &soihers De'f'is.
IT Apearinsg to my antisfactions that
..Thous. Car penter. R. Carpenier, Jamec
Grav antd hmis wife alary. reside without
thme Iiamit'siof this Sante. 'It is aherefasre or
dered' that they do appenr antI object ttu
te division sir snile of te real Estate ul
Reulh.n Csrpen.tter, dieceatsed, oat ar belfoie
the third sliy of Januasry aiexs.or iheir con-~
senit to thme sasme he entereda of record.
0. TOW LES,o. v'. p.
Oct. 5, 184l ah 36
Boot aind shoe Shop.
TH -'. submscribser has itt lamhsurg, on
iCentare .treect opposite .\essrs. Hon -
ardl & G;starmay,' a 11OOT! andl SHOE
$htop~. whelsre h'e~ v-li keepi 'ta hands fine
S I ll I S & lI(OT)IS, wntrranted waurkt
lk.n i-e nit nem-stmaent of C7uarse Shoe's
manusfactusredu nt lis 'Tunv anl near 311.
Vint amge. son te 'ntl Stage Rad, between
Eidge'fieli Caourt Iluse ami Ilamburg.
Carries asn she Saddlery and Harn'sessi
busine~s, itn all is bsranches, and will sell
lowt for ceh,. Gumia ra w Hides will he ta
ken itn a:ade or for cash, as wiill suit the
All biusiniess in htis line. attended to with
despatcht. 31. L. GE ARTY.
ll~samur:. Oct 4. 184 I it' 36
State of SouthI Carlolinal.
IN TH E COtlIMON PLEAS.
ABBIEVILLE DIS IRICTI.
lourning S Pattersotn, Declararana
Execuatrix, vs. by duiruant is
A. V. Cox. )Attachmentw.
T H E Plainmtiff having this day filed his de.
claraiomn in mty ohee.anad tiie Defendant
avinig nto wife or attorneoy known toi be withs.
t the State tspon whomsa 5copy cousld be served
with a ruila to plendl. Om motionm. ordered
hat thes Defendnst des plead to the said declar
iati witin a year ansi a day from this dite, or
i.al ande nbsoltt jusdgment shalil he award
J F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. p.
S.pt'3tt. le4l. s aT- age 36
Andy Reynolds and wile, A pplicant.', es.
Hezekiah Edwuards& wale, &othiers, Delt.
IT sppmeannag so amy satisfaction,. that Newel
T 'utlis and wile Elixabeth, Thomas Gar
ret at d wife Nancy, and Briant Mfeek and wife
Manrtha. Defendanits in the above case, reside
wtout the limits of this State, it is orslered,
hat they do appear and object to the divisimn
or sale eof the real estate of Rebecca Raney, de.
eensed. ont or before time sixth day of Decembet
next, or their conisent an she saume will be enter
edl of record. Given tander my hand, at any
otlie, is 7th damy ol September. 1841.
OLI VER TOWVLES, a. r.. n.
September 9 13
SIBLEY & CRA
H AVING taken tl Fire-Pr
f Store, near their old stand &o:
rer for sale. a new assortment GoodA
among which are:
30 Hhds. St. Croix, Porto and
r ~ clari6ed Sugrtr. -
[ 20 Hhds. Prime W. I. Mol '
50 Bags Prime R's and Java Coe'ee
2000--lbs. Double sljned' Loaf and e
. Boxes and 21b. Caddies, G. P. andi
20 Ihds. Prime Bahm imore sides
5 do Choice do Hams
40.000 lbs. Iron (assorted)
2000 do Cast. German and Blistered
75 Kegs Cut Nails (on the way)
700 lbs. do. do. (damaged)
500 Bar Lead (N. Y. Union Mills.
1000 "No 1 White Lead, in 251b and
50 Boxes 8 by 10, 10 by 12, Window
20 do. W. Hull & Sons Tallow
20 do Sperm Candles
20 Bhis. Prime Country Flesur
10 Pices Sackin:
250 P. S. Prime Bagging 43. 44 to 46
50 do 43 Inch. Tow Bagging
75 Coils Kentucky and Alanilia Rope
300 lbs. T% ine
Salt in hulk and in Sack
10 Bales. containit; Negro Cloths.
Negro Blankets. Humespun,
35 Ca'es Shoes. coniti--ing of Kipj
Brogans, Womens Shoetees,
Negro Shoes, &c. &e. Prime
200 Bia. Shoe Thread
20 Boxes No. 6. 8 and 10, Cotton and
Pepper. Spice. Ginger. Indigo.5tustard.
Blacking, Sad Irons, Collinb' Axes, Sim
mons' clip. Wilsons Coffee 'Mills. Woil
Hats. Seal Skin Caps, and a good assort
ment of Wooden Ware on the ,way con
Flag and Cane seat Chairs, Rocking
scrawl seat do.. Childrens do., High seat
and toy Chair-s. A good assortment of
rubs anud Pails. Keelers, Churns, Dippers,
House Buckets, &c. &c.
White Wine Vinegar, Cider io,on hand. i
Hanburg. S.C. Sept.30 1841 b' 36
SIBLEY & USUER,
Warehouse and CoIumis
HAMBURG. S. C.
T AKE pleasure in announcing to their
Country friends and to the Public
generally, that their
IWAREHOUSE AND I'HARF (
as Now tN ooD CONDITtoY.
Having raised the Warehouse above the
highest high-water mark of tle great May
flood, with sufficient foundation tomake it
perfectly secure from an) Rise in the River.
while our location in Point of FIRE
not surpassed by any War* House in
Hamburg. being situate on the Corner of
Centre and Market Streets, and ctpv.
ing the whole front Square to .ftred. a
opposite che Bank & PbWI QO; rnveni
ent to the Rail Rod, inmediately on the
River. anal in the very Centre of the Prin- a
cip le Cotton Dealers and Shippers. and the.
great thornaughfair ao the Bridge.
Grtatefual for the liberal suapport we have 1
hitherto received, solicit front our Patronus J
and the public generally, a enntiuance of '
their confidence. From our lonag expert.
ence int the IM'ar/house and Commnisuion
business, ferl enntfideta with our ftceilitie,'
to be abale to give to all entire satisfactiona.
We mnake liberal advatnces ont Cotton in
Store, and w'ill attend to the Sale or Ship
ping of Cotton on moderate termea.
Busines.s Commniined to one care n ill
receive prompt attention with onr best ef
forts for the interest of Customter.
SIBLEY & U'SiER.
H amburg S. C.. Oct. 1, 18.1 t f 36
Water Proof Warehouse. 4
Iaan tto. September 20. 1841 dJ
T lIE Subscriber begs leave to informn his ~
frienads anid the pitblic, that heconainntess
the WA REIIOUSEand CO~il~tIS810N BC
SIN ESS. at his former stand, known a the /'
Water Prior Warehonse.
Detached as it is teim aother butildings. its In.
catinat renders it nearly as seemue frotn fire. as -
iit t were. tire pro..f. 'Theefloorsof its two wing.'
have beent elevated above the lItiglh water maark 1
of the great freshect oaf .lay 1840: aind each of j
these divisions of the building, will store from tr
l.5tle to 1.eOtJ bales of Cotton, both of theze are .
de.signted to be exclusively set tnp art laor the Caot.-ae
ton of platters and coutty mnerchtant... who will fe
thtus be secured fronm the possibility oif loss and st
damsage by Ireshects. .
He avais himself of the present ocasiot to It
return his thanks to. his friends and t~atrns. for ao
tleeir liberal 'urePort iinig the last season.- ci
He solicita fromn them, andam htth ulic genecral
ly, a contmnatance ofadiiscennfidee,e andl assuresi
thtema. th.at ini return f'or their patronage ho will -
u.e his best personal efforts. to pronmoae atnd
parotect their interest comamitted to his charge;:
mn addition to ahisassurance, he pledge" htimseidlf.
ihiat lhe will in tno case purchase a bale of Cot.-t
tont directly or indirectly. u
H e will attenad to the male and shipping or al
Cotton, th~e receiving anad forwarding of Gonads.r
or any other hneiness usually trninsacted by ab
September 30 6m 25 tI
. . at
A CARD. S
TH E Unideisigned beg keave to inform their
ft iends and cutstou,ers, that aahoughl tey ~
have lost a large atat oaf theirstock of(Gewis
by fire, they u ill have a good asi-ortmnent with.
in a few days. As they have saved a pairtion,
and will be receiving the balanceaf their late
purchases. consequtently. will be prepared to c'
inraishl their customers as heretofore, with D:og- p'
nitg. Rope. Sugar, Coffec, Iron, Sack Salt, ti
We take this opportunity of retuirninig our til
thanks to our fuiends and cusbtomers, for their Il
liberal patronage before bestowed. and trust we f
may continne to receive their confidence. b,
Ve now occupy the Fire-proof Brick Store. g'
near our old stand. d
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg. Sept. 18. 1831. b 35
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that applieation will1
be made to the next Legislatnre to lays a
Tax upon all Nine,Ten or other PIN A LL EYS. ta
in the State, in the same ratio as the presenit 11
Tax upon Billiard Tables.
Sepember 30 - tr 3
HAMBURG, S. C.
rl91 have declined selling goods, I beg E
leave to return my grateful acknowledge- j4
Neats to my friends. and the public generally.
e their liberal patronage while thas engaged. i
t.aw offer my services to the poublic as anj
kgeni.t receive and furward all kinds ofmer- ,
handize and produce. And. as I will not be
ngaged in any other huinem. I will pay strict is
ttention to the interest of all those consigning di
heir produce or merchandize to me, and while
11 my hnse the best care will be taken. and for- If
warded with despatch, or orders promptly t
Fram experience and observation. I have
ong thonght that a faithful agent could render
onsiderable service to the planters. in selling a
heir cotton arid flour, nnd buying their groce- a
ies; Avnd, as I hive been engaged in this tar
iet. for the last ten years. and acqtnairmted with 0
he general ratinse of4lnsineds. I therefore o1et e
ny services to my friends and the planiters ren
irally; and will faithfully devote my uidivided 0
ittention tw the interest of all those who may a
sommit to mv charge. the selling of their pro.
luce. and buytjing such articles as they may or. C
In all case. my comtmission shall be moderate.
H. L JEFFERS i
Sept. 23, 1841 tf 35
P. S. I am not interested in any Warehoise n
n the pinmce; therefore all Cotton sent to my
-are, will be stored as directed, and if notirec
ions, my bestjtdgment will be used for the
ilamters interest. If. L. J.
The Greenville Msionntaineer. Ed::efield Ad.
'erti-er. Pendleton Mesenger and hiighland I
'enrinel and Hlighland (N. C.) tlessenger will
nsert the above. two monthis.aind forwnrd bills.
Warehouse & Commission
B U % 1NCS S. L
[ . subscribers having lensed for a trrm 0
of venrs, that commodious and elligible 0
Varehon'me, formerly known as Curingon &di
rarr's, beg leave to offer their services, to their t
rends and the public, in the Storage and sale
From the elligibility of their Warehonse. to
ether with its central position, they fl-astet
hemselves that they are nble to offer induce. b
aents to Planters and others. uiequalled by d
ny establihiment of the kind in the plre. r.,
totton consigned tc them. by the river, will c
e landed wharfage free. nid no comtisuinns
rill be charged for re'shipping Cotton by the
tail Itond or Itiver. Planters need be 11nder no
pprehensions %% ith regard tnfreshets, na the ri- r
er will have to ri'e 7 f-eet in the business p.rts
f the town. before our Warehise will he over
owed; and all Cotton stored with u.s will be ti,
isured againstfreshets. gratis. if req ired. i.
Insmrancecani be effectedon our Warehouse. a
t as low a rate as any other iii town: and a-.
nr intmostendeavors shall be used to give gene.
2L satisfaction, we hope to merit and receive a p
beral share of pitonage.
Liberal advances will be made on Cotton in
Our commissions for selling cotton. will be
5 cents per bale.
BRITTON 3 M111S. I;
T1O103AS G. KEY. h
Hamburg, September 1st. 1811 i 31 o
General Drug Store, e
entre-street, lamburg. S. C. opposite the c.
OLD A3IERICAN HOTEL. e;
MURRAY & HELL, L
K EEP constantly on hatid, at the above
Ilonse. a general assortment of
IRUGS. M1EDICINES. INSTRUf ENTS,
PERFUIERY. PAINTS. 011.S. DYE
STUFFs HIATTEI's 3iATE
All of which they ofier at the lowest prices.
ad on terms to snst puorchasers.
All orders erteuted eith neatness andi despatch. D
A supply of warranted fresh Garden Seeds C
ways on hand. suited to the season.
Elinmrg. Anigust 2. tf 27 "
pE RSONS having: denmands against the e-s- ali
Ltte of Elhijah Waiteotn. sesnr., ecenised. 01
re regntetid to pre-senit theem to the smbseriher vi
:due forum, and tho'e~ indebted to time said e's. tr
te, are hereby renntited to make immtrediate be
TILLMAN W.\TSON. ELI'Tr.
Se ptember 2.1, 84l d 31 -
State of South~ (Carolina. j
Irason I. 3loshey amnd *)
wvife, and other. vs. I Bill fur Pl'ari and t
Wm. Furrtune. Ann rcon. 3
For tune, and .Jesso I Acut
ic Creary. --
N reading thme affidat it filed in this eane.
) on miotion of Patterson,. it is orde-reel tha~rt
a defenedant Jesse 3IeCreearv'. whm resies
ithoust the liimits ofthme State dii answer. pilend. h
deusr to the within Bmlh, witheit three mtonths.
judgmemnt wvill be takenc against himu pru con-li
A. P. ALDRIChl. c. g. a. n.
Septmber 23. 1841. ~m :31 -
ROMth ~rayed g
ROi thrsriher. ivinug nrear Posey's
B~Iridge. Ott Edi.-to River, E.lgefild Dis- fi
ict.nabout the 25th suIt.; eoe Chesitnut Sorrel an
A ItE. ini low er der. 10 er 11 y eumrs eaid. white
reaek in the farce. sutme white Ishut both hind -
et. Also, a Yelhiaw Sorrel COLT. 2 venrs ol.
ir int the face ; right fore ancle endluged frtom 7'
sparsint. with soume .cars ont thme samem ankle. J
is supposed they will go towards Ahheville. as
theiy we-re raised there'. A ny int.rmati.m cen- i
'rung them will be thankfntty iereived. cco
Septembter 23 c 34I p
A3IUEL L. hIlLL. hirung ahont two and a -
half mile-s south ofAbibeville Court liutnw.
Ils befeore moe two e-stray mitr.' 3ULES: foneA
'a dark browno ceior, f'ourteeni handhs hii;:h.
omit seven years eld, no brandes eor smairk per. dai
ivable. The other of a sorrel ceelor, wiulh a
azoe on the forehend. four teeni and alhalfbihands '-l
ghm. nhouat sevetiyeatsold. no brandesei rmarks
-rce-ivabile. The brown 31 mle is shod all roene Co,
e sorre-l little shod before. Eacht appraised
Sixty dollars. Thea bules can be seetn at p
unnuef L. llds.p
TIIOS. THIO3ISON, Magistrate.
September 20 mr4t 35 ..
T.\KE thins mnethodi of regnseetinig all per
sonis indrebted to me ont notes nnd epen ac' de
namts for the ye.rr 18~40, aned prrehious. to make wi
ytnent ar, early as possible. I owe money qeu
at is now duec. and ceonsegntently must corlhect. p
uin not able to extend a longer induilgence l
mu I have done. I earnestly reguest those of
y custmers having opren accounts, to come
rward and liquidate them. Those that hanve
en inidulged for onie and two years and Ion- -
ri, will have to pay cost if they prefer it, ra
er thanr paying the priniciple andl interest.
E. B. PRESL EY.
Aug.26 tf 30)
Notiee. hi o
[ S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will h
be made at the next session of the Legisla. hi
ire. to opemn a pusbbe road, leading front Dr.
. C. Griffins, ont the Islandford road, to Mfill S
reek on the old Charleston road.
Antgnmt 15 tf 32
State of South Carolina.
ihn Cunningham and Biluer Partition.
wife. and others.
Y virtue of a decretal order made in the i
above case. August Special Term. 1841, 1
ill he sold at Abbevalle Court Houge. on The
rst fonday of November next. the following
nds belonging to the estate of Patrick Noble.
1. A tract of Land lying on the Savannah
iver. known as the Fort Chardouf tact, con
ining nine hundrod and fifty (950) acres, more
- le.. and boniaded by lands of Samuel R.
lorrah and others.
2. A tract of ~land adjoining the above, known
the Robert's tract. c.mtaininag two hundred
id forty acres (240) more or less.
3. A valuable Hotue and Lot in the village
rAbbeille. frontitig Main-streei, and bound
I by the lot of Mirs. Donecy anti others.
The said real estate will be Pold on a credit of
., two or three year., purchaser giving bond
'ud surety. and a mortnrgae of the premtjes.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. Z. A. 0.
16th Sept. 1841. d 34
07 The South Carolinian will give ahe above
oree in-ertionse, immediately previous to tie
-t Navr.. tnad tonl the accam t to the Com
isionrr's Office at Abbeville C. H.
State of South Carolina.
1. II. Town,; & wife. vs. 13ll for Sale, Par
William Tennent. and tition. Account,
George McDuffie. -C.
1 Y virtne of the dreretal rder, nade in the
aboave case. at Aigust Special Tern.
4 1. will he soild at Abbeville Court HIouse.
i the fit 4t Monday in November next, the tract
Land described in the Bill. belonging to the
tale of Williaim Calhoun. dec'd., late of said I
strict. containin: between seventeen and nine- I
en hundred (1900) acres, lying on Savanaal J
iver. near Willingon. and bo-inded by the I
id river, and by the lando; of(;eorge SicDuf
!. Willianm Tennent and others.
The said tract of Land will he sold in one
dv. for cash, a. to the stinm of ore thousand
liars. and on a credit of one and three vears
r the remainder of the purchase money. Pur
inser to give hand % ila good a curity and n
ortgage or the iremi.es.
Cost to be paid i. enash.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, C. Z. A. D.
17th Septr. 1841. d 34
01 The South Caroliiian will give the above
re insertins imnmediae, previons to the
It of Ntvr.. anil send the aentit to the Com
it-iner's Offive. Abbeville C. Ii.
Valunble Land tor Nale.
111 . Sutb-criber utilers to, sale hiA aruimable
r pl.antationi whereon he now reiides, sit..
el in Edgetield district. about one tistle of
eetin: Street. contnining (ttr htundred anti
irty-thlree acres; about two hundrel ofwhicih
tnder good fentces. and itt a high state of et.
enttion. On tlae premises are a good dwelling
)ie. kitchen, barns, stables. and all necessar
at buildlinvs. Al.o an, excellent Horse Mi .
pabie of grinditng 30 bushels per day. Any
ersont desirons of purchasitng. are reqested to
ill and examine for themselves. Terms made
Also, to sell, rent, or leae, one House and
ot, in de village of Edgefield, adjoining mr.
at. Mims, containing 45 acres.
THUS. H. HARVEY.
Jinly S. tf 23
UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given. tiat
. ,mn application. lby petition, wall be made
the Legislature of thas State, at its session in
eceuber next. for an Act declariag Shaws
reek. fromn point called Gtallidges ford.down
it.: contluence in Soth Edisto, ai public high.
ay. for the boatiig and raftmg of Tinsber and
amsber-anad for the appoaintinig tf Comami,
,nera to open.. anid keepa open. the staid creek,
ad th.e inlection fafltopes threitgh M11ill Dam...,
id other tah,tructiotns on aid C:reek, witha a
ew to it.. heitae a rhannnel or th~oronghfare to
insport Lumber friom ats bordrs to theC aen- I
lard. JAMES PURtVia.
Jtaly R tf 23
[S lhEREBY GIVEN. that applicationa will
Lbe tmadc at thte next .essiion otf the. Leagi..la- .
re. to abotilih so touch ..f the tald Chtarle.,tona
iatd. a.. a public haighni ny. leadig untin the i
rksa of the ..aid ruad atnd Ilanadford road, at
ill Creek. t
Anan-t 15 tf 3~2
5$ IIltEBY GIV'EN, th.t application will
.be madae. at thae anext sessiont of' thae Legi.
tre. for anm amen~ adantenlt of thei Chtarter a acaar
rating the Ton nt ofi Edgelield.
P. F. LADO RDC,
May 10. 84l a; m. i5
N ot ie e.
S hereby giv.en that apphittotin will be
t nade. at the sittatng of thae ntext Legisltatr.
-an Act inentrpiaratatg the .Mt. Vernutt Chutrch
May 13. le4h 6m 15
Notice is hereby given
O ALL CONCERNED, tat I will not
pay aver atny tmney, by meI collecte~d,
ShaerutT to atny order, nor wilt I pnay iv. r
meay on sale day.uas that day ms set a part toi
lect timney. anad not for paying.
All letters addhresse.d to thea.heratinfEdgeiield,
at pad will be strictly attendied to. aother wtse
vy will not. 8. C11RISTIE, . a. . D.
A:-ntit I I. 1441h
EBrought to the Jail,
F thais LDistaaaet. a tnegrii boy. by the nmamte of
SIML L. abon.t 5 feet. 34 itnches haigh, very
rk coutptlexiont. nnad hae ween :15 anal 4ti years
--ge, stemat btuil', and hans a scar iin Isis lelt
eek, and onie jttst over his left tipple. He
i. that heo betotngs toa Mr. J. Beck. of Elbert
The owner a.. regnestmed to come forward.
ave pt oaperty. pay chaarges and take bitt away.
C. II. GOODMAN, a. a. o
A ngatst 5. I84i tf 27
ILL personts inalebted to the estate ci WVil-4
Ilintm Robertson, late taf Edgefleld District.
fd.. are regnaeste~d to make paaymtent, and allI
to have demaands against the estate are re- F
estted te renader themt iaa to the subcribers i
rperly attested. within. the time prescribed by a
JA MES ROBERTSON. and.
DOU'GLASS itOBERTSON, Ex trs. c
Jitly 15 tf 24
IICHARD ELLES. living eight mites1
south of Higaina's Ferry, tolled before me
e sall bay H ORSE, 14 hatnds and one inchd
th. both haindl feet and onte fiare foot white; a"
sall star itnId hifreheati, hip shottenu in his lf '~
a, jndtgedi to be abaott eleven years old. A p
aised at $343. A ppirnised byiJohn Chapmani.G
In , Giles Pits. Lewis Sample.
JA MES M AYNA RI),.Jyagistrate.
List ot Letters.
EbTAINING in the Post Office at Edge.
field Court House, S. C., on the lst of
llen,John C. Rennerly, Sarah S.
uts away. Mr. PolueaKeunerly Rev. Mr.
len, Major Landrum. R. 2
lell. Pleasant Landrum. Mr. F.
Iriggs. John Lunly, Wm. S. or
Ilack, Adam Thomas.
loatwrigh. Hurril McConnel. Tho. P.
3saylock. Mrs. Morris Joseph
'ird, Eldred M. McCullough. R. X.
3oderord. Gen. A.2.eCain. Dr.'A. I.
3nrkhalter. Elam Mlims, Mliss H. 2
iuyd. John Atays. John P.
Lrndllev, John Nobles. Joseph B.
3ush. Yohn Nobles. Miss Nancy
.art-,. John Oliver, James L
;uurley. James R. Perry & Nickolson,
,raitrer. F. W. Mrssrs.
3lairy. Wiley 2 Pope, George
:noprr. Campbiell Phillips, Mrs. D.
Jarley. Miss Mary Ramsay. Andrew
.Ioletnian. Atnn Randolph. MisnMary
.trley, Joh11 Rhodes. Cullen
3rneier. Wi:!iam A.Rhandatl. John
Alerk of she Court Randol. Alfred
'happell. Samuel Roehelle John Esq..
)evnre. Miss 31. E.Rochelle, Capt. John
)owd. Charles A. Shepherd. J. Esqr.
pair, Mr. John Spencer. Miss C.
'air, Juo. U1. Smith. John
?itz. Jirte .Maris Stevens, Benjamin
arillin. Larkin Simmons.. Ward
allaway, William Shaw. liss Ann
Jnrviety, Al. Satcher. A. W. Esq.
seeirety. M. L. Swaringen, Joel
arde. Saml. E. Turlzr. Thomas
iravhnm, Jesse Tompkins. Augustus
fill, John 2 Tompkins. James D.
fall, Marsty or Jas. Tompkins, J.
ohn1son, % illiam Timmermond, R.
or, Mist S. C. Walker. William
olnson. George orWhitlock. James
his sons William-i Jesse
[irksey, Joh n Yaannabinod. Mrs.
37 Persons engniring for advertised lettera
ri1l please mention it.
M. FRAZIER, P. Al.
Oct. 1. 1841 (N) 1) c 36
FORMERLY KNOWN As GLOVERS.)
IN EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
I'IIE SUBSCIUBElt having putehased
the aboveestaliilsiement. nnd beena U much
piense in fitting it up for the accommodation
, Fauilir, an~4 trunpient Boarders; would
iow call poublic attenltioun to it.
lii lintel i*s new, and .spncinus, situate near
lie Colint Hanue. in a very airy situiations. and
is Table lie datters limself. will bear a comur
son. with any oste round in an. inland town, or
iealth. the villinge is notorions; and ie has
naule such arrangements as he reels ea-ndent
will give satisfaction to Families that may pay
aim a visit diring tihe Summer season. The
-illage 'i surrounded by numerous Springs of
His Sanblesare under the P1uperintendance of
careful Hostler, and ae large and airy.
T7anS ARE AS raLLOwS:
Reenlar Boarders. per month, $15 00
Children and servants harlprice,
Day Boarders. 1 50
Ilorse per rinth, 12 50
" per day. 75
C. I GOODMAN.
[37 The Atigusta Chronicle. and Charleston
onrier, will plms give the above0 siX inser
os, twice a week, and rorward their accounats
Jnnoe25. tf 21
ledical college ofGeorgia.
H lE esurse of Lectusres will commence on
the sec'ond Monday (5th.) or Noicember
ext. aind terminate on the first Saturday of
G. M1. Na'rton. M. D . Professor of Anatomy.
L. A Daagas. M1. D., Profess.or of Phyaiology
ndt Paithoksagical Assatomy.
Akceander Means. Mt. D.. Professorof Chem
airy anad 'hanecy.
I. P. Garrin. M. D . Professor of Therapeu.
e. anid Slateri-: Aledien.
Paul F. Ere. .1 D., Professor of the prin.
ipkes aned Prnetice of Snreery.
L. D. Ford. .M 0 . Pin.feuesr or the is.i
istei andl Practics ..r ?ledicine.
Jonrphi .. Ere. M. 0.. Praorernr ofObstetries
and Dise.n~es .f Woenr autnd Infants.
G. M1. .Kerron, 31. D0. Demor..strators
Join McLester. M. D.., or Anatomy.
'ee far the, toll ennorse, including
Practin .inatomny. $120 00
l..trie.ision. (first course onlsy.) 5 00
Foi fuirther partienlars. address either of the
PAUL F. EVE, Desu.
Ansgnata. Angnet 19. 1541. b 31
Stalte of South (Carolinia.
IN TIl E COMMO\1N PL E AS.
J N.rTan Iey, UU3~
Viltiam Rt. Fowler.As.
1l H E painhitliin the abaove case, having this
d3 say ti'ed Ihis dieclatation ina my offce. and
te dafeaadant havinag neither n ife or attorney.
aown tao he in thim State. on whom a copy can
e served: Oa naotion--Ordeaed, sisat the do
-ndant do plendi withaina a year and a day rrom
tin dlate, or final anad absolute judgment ail
e awardeal naninast hiam.
OJRAS.IlUS D. ALLEN. e. e. r.
Ofute of Comnarn Pleas. ae
nrnweltl listricts, Scptr. 24. 1841.( 1
State of South C'arolinia.
BARN WELL DISTRICT.
'mesn L>. King. Billfor aca.$riE
vs. 'jsae. Filed
enj. R. Jenkina.,& others 25th Jan. 1841..
N readlig she affidawat filed in this ease.:t
7is ordered, that the derendants Benjamin
Jaenkinas. and the legal represaentative ofPauil
iszuimmons,. who ressde without she limits of
is State di. answer, plead or demtur, to the
~ove stated hill withina three months, or judge
ent wilt be taken against them yr. euf as.
A. P. ALDRtICH. c. & a. s-. D
onmmisuioners Offce, BarusadU
Dist rieri, A ugust 16, 1541.
August 19 c2
'ositive and Final Note
[8 S IER EBY GIV EN to all indebtesd to the
asbcriber, that their accounts and ntes
ae 1stJuauary. 1841, and anterior tothat daie,
nsf be paid. or satisfaction ven of the forbh.
>ming thereor-or what ? Pay cost of course.
C. A. DOWD.
N. B. I will sell my remnainitl stoek of Dry
oods, or any part of it, at cs.~ aI