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McLed.-On the 4th instL, at Utica. N. V.
k jury was empannelled for the trial of this trou
blesome man, we therefore hope, that in a few
days the long discussed question of his guilt or
innocence willbedecided.and justice, no doubt,
will be mated out to him, be that what it may.
21. Stk Caoliaixs.-This val uable paper,
we perceive, has, according to proumsse, appear
ed in an entire new neat dress, and been con
uiderably enlarged in size. The talented edi
or. who has always been among the forenoit
in all the struggles of the Democratic party, for
their rights, deserves to be well supported by
them, as he is one of the best caterers the party
has in the State. and one who spares neither
labor nor expence to take his Journal, 'vhich
is now in the front rank. useful, to both the po.
litical and commercial community. May the
saccess attend him which bejustly merits.
T7a Doaar Magezie.-We have received
the 10th number of this periodical. and find that
it holds its own, in the way of Poetry. Prose,
and Music, &B of which are of the first water,
and deserve .bagpport of all lovers of Litera.
ture. It is embellished with some handsome
Eagravings. one of those accompanying this
number is the New York Fall Fashions. for
Ladies and Gentlemen's Riding Costume. The
Magazine s published monthly. 32 paes royal
octavo, at the moderate price of one dollar per
The Bank Reforer.-We have received the
2nd number of this periodical, published by .\ r.
Raffin, of Petersburg. Va., each number will
contain 16 pages octavo. and from the kanowa:
talent of its proprietor.' it will no doubt be a
"The contents will consist principally of such
articles as the name and objects of the pulalica.
tion would indicate. to!:ether with a suminarv
of general news and occurr ences of the noetli.
and especially of news on bank;ing and batik
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6 No. All payments to be in adcance."
We received the followirg extract fron a
subscriber, with a request to pulillsh it for the
rising generatiou. lie says lie does not know
the author, or lie would give him credit fo- his
piece; but lie says, "they are hi.s seniument,,
exactly." We hope our fair readers may lro
fit by it, and that our subscrib.r may int i.
made ever again to suffer from their fre (i. e.)
ifhe has ever been kicked by any f tiei.
Woman's Heart.-There will nlw:sv4; Ie
a great deal of misery iii the world. vile
the present system of education. which
renders it unisaidenl3 to evince the heart,
emotions, continues. It hiss been s.il
that a man should nut lie discouraged at
his first ill success. an-. that a womlaub
heart which is worth a seige: and will lie
the more prized for the dilliculty th;at is
experienced in obtaining it. 'his logic,
like a great deal or other logic, predicated'
upon a false position. is un'substantiasl. lIn
ninety nine cases ouit of a hiundrt-. thme
lover, whose whole soul is engrossedl ini that
of his mistres, anmd whose love is ssorth
obtaining, retires (rout thme 'eine, tinder at
feeling of trite delicaicy, that his ftnimifest
attetons have tnot tmat with, tin~ia ret urns,
wvhiich aim a pparentt pams..isin. if reciproc-a.
ted, wouldl have cased ; while a cotld cal
culating lover. whose heart is niot worth a
l'raioni of that which felt so much for it's
ilol, by his very impo ~~rtuni ty, sneceed's.
WVe are not so Qtuixcoric a's to supIjpo~e that
we can, by our writing.chan::e thme cutrr,-nt
of fashionable educeation ; bitt ifrt onfe ..i-.
gle instar.ce uur rermarks oni this ,.tubject
can turn a good t~irl (romn the error of her
tutored ways, we shall bie smi,fised. Igo.
mien have all enoughl of tutsral con,tm -,t ryv
in their disposition. without havitig reciurue
to art, and yet bosuntiful a's timu:re m: has ben
int this respect, ;trt nios conutent 'vithmbein-it
her handtmaid, ha~s becuimet her muistre'
and lauded it saver her in triumph. Th'ei
hiappiness' of a life is not a isrmall mtane--.r
and an engagemienit itat miu't last liil ast h.,
should be wiell we~ied lefore being' enter
ed upon. So lasdiesi-dear Iaie.-ion
know that you are dear to sn.-when 'vtiu
hsave found au obaject wurihy yotur L'e
whose passion is appareut-throw to the@
winds, the precepts of schoolmniqtr5e-,..
maiden aunts, and antiquated coiiurin,.sir
kind acquaintances, who, are bus jealou,.o
your good fortune. Reserve youtr rules
of etiquette for ordinary oc'isionm. ...
Evince the emotions tihtt you feel--the
emotionsof a tree. wnrm and coidm-tlti
heart will make you doubly dear to him
whbo loves it. Remember that delisys are
dangerous-that there is rmny a slip 'tiix
cup and ip. Throw aside at one amnd
forever, all foolish affectations, andi secure
your own happinens.
"Love is a sea upon whose swvellint: brea-t
Lie strewn the wrecks oftiand affection ho's:
And conittant heart,' beneatih it's waters rest,
By averse breakers on their pasisage crost."
These adverse breakers are too often
the foolish scruples of promprety, with
which fashionable educated y oung womeas
Health of Hlabur.-We have cause
to feel greateful to minsoverruliing Provi
dence, for the good health our City bmasen
joyed the past summer, and so far of thec
present fall season. We have had no
sickness worth relating.-almnost without
sickness, and but ne death, that we have
heard of during all this timne.-Haburg
Departedthiulife on Smunday .Mornming the
10th inst.. Harriet .Martha., isifant daughter of
Rey. S ,W. and Miary Kennierly, aged one
year and ten days.
Christ hais saidi, msufr little chiildreii to come
unto me, and forbid them not, fur of such is thte
kingdom of heavers.
"I lake these little Lmbs" said he,
"And lay them in any breast :
Protertion they shall find in me,
In me be ever blaat.
isi words the happy parents hear,
And shout with joy divine :
O Saviour all we have and arr.
mhn b. r ...., t,'.
The uilken tie that binds two wiiling hearts."
On Thursday evening. ne 30tn ult., by Geo.
Pope, Eriqr.. Capt. Wx. B. MAYS, to Mrs.
Faujcts WAGNIER, all of this District.
(7" The Ministerial Couference of the
Edgefield Baptist Association, will Ineet
at the Meeting House of the Rocky Creek
Baptist Church. at 10 o'clock on Friday
29th instant, belire the 5th Lord's Day of
the present mouth.
W. B. JOHNSON, Chair'm.
Oct. -1. ISi d 36
07wThe friends of Win. J.
Sl3lKINS, E-q..~announce himl as a candidate
for the olice of Otdinary. of Edgefield District.
Septenher2. . tr :11
The friends of Colonel J.
HILL. announce him an a candidate fur the of
ice of Ordinary, of Edgefield District.
AnvtuN, If :10
(G' The friends of Wiley
CLIBRE.iA T1. annonce hiln aS A canlidate
fur the olice of Ordinarv, of Edgetield Di4stict.
Seitember: 10f :1.
0'The friends ofAquilla
MI LES. :ti'mnnee him an. a enndidale for the
office of Tax Collector, of Edgetield District.
Seotember 16 1f :xi
New Fall & 'inter Goods.
T 1Esbscriber take<a p!ea'emre in :inneonnc
in, to his cutoiners. and the publc~ie gn
erully. that he is now, and " ill t-, receiviuie.
until about the25th inst., a general aii",t iet .f
FALL & WINTit GOODS.
kept inethiimarket. conh-itinr 'inpartas fullows:
A G111o) l%%'on r rT Itr
Englih & Americamn Prints.
.ilnshu, hiark and color'.I - uk. lanneil.
Ketmick v Je*atn. lro:it'lith.. Casi
ures. 8-ten.Veit< r .
Kertevs. U~ndsoevi, and v:trimi.< o'hr c-ar-:e
*Good!., snitable fo0r Ngo
A good assortmeit ot Negro Sho---. Sddh-4.
Ilarderare X Catlery,
Tloge'ther wi'h UInanv articl,'. in the* G 14( M'.1:V'
LIN '. .1l 111* ie il %%Il IIw so! ,vv lw or cdoa.
or on time. to approived e-:om.-r<.
.x 611(1 -t o. r 11.
Sugar andl Cofi-e,
Skept co.t mtyo hand, :nid -,,d at rediierd
price. ony. :or ea-h.
Feelhng, t:ankfuil for p*t patt unag. I- ho; -
hy Ptrict atletio ti lbuite. to moerit a rn.:n
nianice of the satue.
.N'E AVG 00 D11.1
ITe. i.; . 1-criber. mi
York iiextii e a- rt11i-l:t oft it ) .
Isiilikbie for tIII,' wmti.
11lack. lube. I"ro imi. I siriew. 4 1- .1nd .\lud
Plllint lsack. Dilinwnd. ;1-14 i)uhh- Wite
Black. lehic, drab nuio-id & lcv ,mdnhle milled
Plairi & fiomered SIlk. atin A Wool:en Veh I.et
Cravat,. Stock<, Se.rf-. II:endkC(. lierv.
Gloves. Su-iwiidere. Vo'ar4. Svi-tim<. C'miton
anu1d .ilerin, Shirt., i )r:I w r.
Hats, rnbretlas, Ar.
Th~ee abov Good)si. w3r2aere rjchattied l-w ata
t cive or p.1. rtI.na atetu. I-e i:-etb
for lce pa reivrei..tad d :ain i h -1 )nr
rul tom'et tl tepu b :.a-rVl: lnn
anc ofwhoe rit::e i riperthah-..tin J.
(lkY .\'li\l \');4
d ::efi.1 F'. tIkI). d . 3
fo r 1 -1 . --~ill . t hc tl's~ , 6:D
. ' otd ir Sal.
T llce, iar~e rited toi inaa ;eiyt! and
all ho 1 h in: d~eitid. a:::- tie h,-i .i-w..ai r
tN. ie..' ritin F.t : nr~'ihe tilfe .. w i i u 1u
wild beallv p acd a . ll no c:na cco un.e ,bi . i t he ci
t 7n tl .1.ne'im 0 .1. n' e.:12d tlcy rc he tl .- l e w i
athe ~ei-r-on, a lrte tyeo::n- oto ';ta.-i e.:a
of. I'.:itae oin drs.'n.l~aa~. '.n
t\e<. adtleIl;:<.at Cfo. Fu&d-. al ~e i' .d
tatan. l'pde to. Ae
The sae wdl e heldat th- Ic'au r,r i,/--:
tat on it Sahtid and I'he irmnllab.
I'r all aronni'Et o e Lh Fa d lar<ejh .il
hera, ina twhBrcnth' cret . ;-Ir
chae, ba ngte .id toan) apr e -rn.n- -
Adtcitintatice. W.t l aPidK:.\s. .\d th.
tod suet li ile i:t' ce :'rdiao
Snil f- nhennr ure. laeoht aluhetrct fof
s id, eesand.patto ir-:. ioe
Thee are therhefrlle and Cekr in ul-. -on
cahale.lfr and in a Iceair. th.- ha'e canc
alflr meod at;~ thepaeS n li meirt d
nerctesaulding-:c th e heontmoi et Iul
fand hety su lnel' ocaleted .for pbbe' oh -
sinber,8: tho landw as~ pn'ucti'e a Iy n
s:ands Ainie istrtict. Ahunyoeron wi~ebing l
purcase oudr mo helando and exannuekI zI
I day othemtecbes, od teunn' e phed with
Cdrn, aciddfer,~n and i rn theer srtffn
&c.ago a of Areirulordep and Wac .Plm
terms.L A, pply:to
Oct ober 14 ~ I.~ h :1
HAMBURG, . C.
T HE Subscribpr announces to his friends
and the public. that lie Is renoved frotu
his late stand to the corner of Centre and Mar
ket Street<. nearly opposite the Post Office,
twh-ire he otrers ror sale;
Bagging. Hetup c'42 to 44 inches, weighing
I to Ij Ih1. to the yard,
Bagging, Heupott44 inches, weighing 4 1b.
to the vard.
Bagaina. Towv, of 44 inches
Ke'ntucky Bale Rope.4 inch to I inch
Twine, three strander
Choice claritied Siar
St. Croix Sugar
Porto Itico do.
Doule' retined Loaf Sugar
Itio and Cuha CofTee
4ld White. Juva do.
NCttie. Gunpowder and Imperial Tea.
West India mobses
Ne'w Orleans do.
It ice in Tiercese
4alt in Sar'k and Bulk
init for table ist!
1 wfe'ecd i.'hI hutn as-orted, nll izes
F;ermn, Ca-t and Blistered Steel
Nailli iaid Brads. assorted
[fill & Sonis patent Candles
\nd a variety or othertarticles
it addition to the aliove lie will be constantly
-ert'ivini from New Ylork :nid Chairleston. a
np pv ofall iiie *taple artile< in li line.
Il I. a%t'l< imseli'ci'f or thr. oeraion. to return
i- tlhankc tit his ifriends al the ubbeic 1,,r their
ihenr.ei liport. and pledze-< hitm.icf to iet hill
t" e'trl t t 'ive. -a.ttiltlweti. t- nil who may
tlease to favor hiut wii theeir 1a;1*1retronae.
F .1)W.\lt A13AII.
Fml ElisN .N I) )J31F.sTiic.
D RY G 0 ) D S.
T HE Suchmriler tinvitth.te aittention of
aI wih n% I to prliac STA PL.
i)R F.ANCY lItY GOODS. te tihe lar
:e-t and he.-t antrtient ever cllered in
(( 1)1)DS for she fall and winter trade.
lust.- Ier iial ani von m*: at 'r Ictrest
i.prirss, it th- 11I|CAK STOREH one
iter atdte fluleina's Iotel, on ceitire
JOIlN ). N. '()11).
N. lI.-Cutry .tdrc:ts supph'1"ed at
le itiw.'.! eiohhing r:it'-.
I latmbuir;:. S. G. Se . 2. SI tf 37
Ol -*L..\L.\.-S FRILM11.\.
For thr f ". ft I Imr cticd, snferin: under .sympa.
t.' r I)jart!i ri. I rliral Comiplavts, liiak
T ia ...ledl'i, inay b-- reorteld in with
li11-1uo ,t co iene.ft lthe, purpoe nof
-br u c.': a.' ris ontcic' :iae ia~~ll l-, com
: --'ii a :l l ':i h-, . ii 'i ot . 1i 1 111( h , b il -
lnt ::. $1n.- i e.'r l hi e r to ernlcnent ill
- n. It .% i1:al roin-a- nw h f h- , tl-r
o.:.noiy~evnt h- acidntsto wIhlch :1!1
'lo-r- a.-er p o-:d.
L'. 'n let ctibi I istii~c tory tle ti moi-. He
I?l'imah ilt he-i: offamilie-. mri be hald
:\ -I . . J.'.1DIS. Ed.-erafeld '. t.
iAVIL..\Nci , llAcit.1L & A.Li.EN.
IIt.Vl'.Ni. titSI.l & Co. .lh:;istl.
Price- -1 .'A per lote
ci i chit r.- li i..:l ' ii t*0 Ie'114.
ciI -:1, *Hle 1-: l1'. .1 cii T I it'. JCT.esl't
'cc T Iscil. li' il lcT ccl la1: .\'..c||
I . l c5 i : itc.r 'ir .rig o b h
'c :ct-c' j.'e itect i - c-- i'ptn t re' Th rti llv
1:hh.'. hit? ofc te Ih:w iccJ lcll tie afrja
. .htc' '. ierobte In - rummuncciru.tnit the
'te le p t- br II i . :.n he r .'.ih-. (y
mdt 1opi. h! Ita- ov:dhv en
3. 1d1 to seh-inhln::in sh nI c-rt.etteo
'Il'o n. ic h~e r had .chccd en b-esit ce. have ;Iei mct
more that~~ c. l th'e''eoe :el wll .ttoic be pr
-d m du, firm rila :- cn d n ret.ic-c. t J ca it.
9 1<'c. ne t uof the : I cic'- :fsaiee.:sate re.
lp.1 ;c-rlwnlion h:ce' : hsclti int peredce' for tin
ccurenow:clt ci rly:ee'i I.'iclr :I ~te ..i tahr
2c..l nele. and' Ieto a'.) 1'--r- m rteedic'c inst s u'. ' a
b,:'cc c---tu iert lc ic cinch - 'l wid.c . ls ilpr.
otI t?etertc llee he ii: cdti ethere's s~
~csc I ts~e';.e'TiiW'i.F.e.
Occcee- I-linr- :' P21:!ird lwt
(Ib 12 So-th (:nr ::;Ia
'1'lort tof Ilill$ ital'sitt
l'l '.i:.) i' il tT
Y cautess'hirsl.i Ti em': os:s.r I: inire. OrI
Icytn' tic Jilf I~d e ) tr ic itc. -
W.-eit. c.l is l'ne-t dlnlr iat Napp''lid s
tnefor Iiel'the'o .\eninstr iconIe 'honstnin
a lth''l th n ul :nn rt d '' nc cljc riced isiten ate
os' d', sit Iebairn e' I. h e' : 'ndd e credit lh
sllii.hnd, 1n41 ofU ta e lsrii a rtosrd. d
bTe :ie, terefen.to ct'itl' a nd ahunilhra
cd :se. r. the r-indrt led nOreditary if te
aid di aed. Cots be and pearhe i re ' ne..
I L eron nc'<('eed for steetc ofn l.irct
.Bthsd. 11f1 cobfr Es-41I.' o -hoscn. ecfan
la tiese tole make 6:md~ t and all hi e.'h lie
I(ere'te~r thettt the':m sei:hetrbr h ue an,
atcletde "'ihenctetm'pesnbi ylw
J. U. WIFS .K )
FPteO PRV5Ti [' ':.irn' l~R~.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri
Facias. I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefteld Court House. on the first Mon
day 'and Tuesday in November next, the
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs. Thomas
Del-ach;xhe tract of land where the defeu
Aan't *l ives.
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs. Jeptba
Cot'h, seventy acres of land, more or less,
adjoining John Bush and others.
G. L. & E.. Penn & Co. vs. Benja min
Cats, six hundred acres of land, on which
is a valuable set of Mills, and adjoining
Lewis Aabel and others.
G. L. Peon & Co. vs. Tolbert Chea
tham, the traCt of land where defendant
lives, adjoinjngGeorge Martin, and others.
Wm. Al. Wilson vs. Rudolph Carter.
Robert Carlisle vs. the same, five thousand
acres of land, more or less. adjoining John
Wise, John Bnuskett, and others.
Cothrsn &Rushton vs. Philip Dunmire,
two hundred acres of land. more or less,
adioining Evan Presley. and others.
L. Giddings vs. Zilpha Nobles. Ingra
ham & Hays vs. the same, one easy chair
and one two horse waaon.
C. 31. Furman vs. Oliver Simpson, two
houses and lote in the town of [Iamhurg,
bounded on'the north by Mercer street, on
the east hy Centre ?Ireet, on the soutih by
'Market street, and on the west by Idts of
J. Eichelberger. hearer. vs. John M.
White, one hundred acres of land. more or
less. adjoiningJohn Hill, and others.
George Parrott. agent, vs. Edmund At
chetaon, two hundred acres of land, more
or les<, adioinina John Denson. and others.
Wim. M. Wilson vs. Julius Howard and
Rudolph Carter.Give thonencind acres of lan.
more or less. adioining John Wise, John
lJansket, and others, the property of R.
11. F. Gonuedy. T. C. vs. Mrs. E. A.
llammond's estate, nine hundred neres of
lInd. more or 'esq, adjoining James GolT,
I Chnrles l.amar, and others.
11. F. Goneudy, T. C. vs. lenrv'Shnhux,
one lot in the town of H~ambutrz, No. 16'1.
hanvin f 6ty feet front on Covington street.
nnl one hunlred and ninetv feet on Coh
street. and adjoins lot No. 164.
B. F. Gonedv. T. C. v. Jarrel Wise.
two hundred aeres of land, more or less.
where defendant lives.
Bland, Catlin & Co. vs. Martin Pnsev.
The sumc vr.. the same. E. D. Cook vs.
the %nme. one sarrel M are.
Stephen Owens vs. Isaar Atraway. two
F. J. Iav vs. 1amilton J. Clve. C.
i. Lanler. for the nse or another. v.s. the
snme. John Cnve. Adlm'r. vs. the same,
two nheerne, viz. Polly and Jane.
Darline J. Walker vs. Sterling Powell,
tiw- hinlrd -tres of land. more or iete.
Iffljoinin! D. Walker. and otherst also. one
Cadiawny Clark ve. Thomas IT. Love
les. the tract of land where defendant
live-. adioining John Coghoirn. and others.
Alex. Sha r it. M. Johnson, out
hnv iorse. an ne voke of Oxen.
Tet ms cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. r.. P.
October 12 C 37
State of South Carolina.
Thomnas Stoine. Applicatt vs.
Thas Ligiioot and aathers. Defetn'ts.
BY' no oirder from the Ordlinn'rv. I shal
proced to sell at Edlgefielad Couar
1lianse. aon the first .Mondlay in Novaemaber
nelani of the e..ante oaf Philip Lighitfoot,
dee'dl., situn.'te in snil distr ict.
nerres. more or less. .a'lioining landls of' Edl
mthandAchsnWlia omkns n
Tlract No. 2, containing one hundlred
nere'<. mtore' or les. aidjoining landls of lIen
rv Stonea, Elins Robertson, Sterlinig F-ree.
titn, and others. To lie 'old oan n credii
of twelve moianihs, the purchasers to give
Iandia na paersaonal sieenrity' and a moirt
-:;t o the paremise'i tat the Oradinary if re
aredl. Cos~ts to be' paidl in cash.
(caa'12S. C'lllR STIE. s. i.:. at.
Or~hr e ($'3 (m c 37
T1 IE Subscriber takest thai< me'thod aaj
1.iit ring his friends anal the' public
:aner'illy, dhnt he weill be preparaed to faar
'li-li I Atttbear to entstomers at the liill,
(formrly owe byiia lx M:aj S~iaml. Powev,~ and~a
atutir I lham.c. anal th1ree i lea friam liar
IPinea I ittnse: aill ordler'i promtatly at tenaded
taa at the .1lill, by Natlianiel Raimey, or ala'
liveredi at the Villne if requiiredl, at ltow
parices4. I feel thanikful foir past Paitroanaig
Ianda solicit a cotinunneafle of the some by
-,trict nttention to buasinests.
C. W. PRESLEY.
Eadgecl'd C.11I. Oct. 4. 184 1 a 3
Hardware and Cutlery.
Tl1E Subscribers have just receivead di
..rect fratm the Manufactures in Enig
landI atid the Northern States, a handsomt
andti well assortedl stock of Hlardweare am
Cuale'rv ; which they off'er for sale on ver1
rea.ontaiiaue terms, Wholesale and Retail
at the corner (hric~k building) of Centri
anal .Mereecr Streets, among which are:
English, Sweades and American Iron
Sanadersons Cast Steel
tiermnan, English and American Stee
Handl atal Hoop It-in, aasstarted 5ies
Lendl, Cut and wvrought n~ailsi, all size.
Collins A xes. Adzes, Chizels & Gouge:
Mill Irone, full assortment
Atnvels, Viees. Smith Bellows. Ilorsi
shoes anal Horse Shoe nails.
Wagon Boxes. Chiains~ Wood Screws.
Pots, Bake pans anal Fry-ing pans.
Tal Knives & Forks, Pen and Pocke
Mill. Crosscut, hland and Tenant Saw
Locks & H inge,, Carpenters Planes ant
Coff'ee Mills. Griadirons and Ang~ers
Grinstones, MInilla, and Cotton Kope
to 2 inches
And other articles, stuch as are usuall'
kept in H ardware Stores.
H ENKELL & ROBINSON.
H amburg. Sept. 30, 1841 .I 36
B00E & 303 PRINTNG
O F Every description executed wit
neatnessand despatch, atthe Office
at eu T.nnrrrtLn .\ nrtsrer
rr HE subseriber, since the lae fire in Ham
A burg, has taken storage rooms, including
the brick house, on Market street, in front of
the old Warehouse, formerly belongi7 to Mr
Shultz; and is less exposed to risk of ire and
His business will go on as heretofore. He
offers for sale a good supply of leading articles
of Merchandise, Sugar, Bagging, Salt, Iron, I
Mfolasses. &c. &c.
Liberal cash advances on Cotton consigned
to him for sale, or to be shipped abroad.
Hamburg, S C. Oct 2nd 1841. d 36
T HREE Notesorhand this4th day of
October, in the Village of Edgefield,
one note on James Reynold, for sixty dol
lars, paysble to the Subscriber, dated some
tine the past summer, and payable Jantu
ary next. One other note on Elbert Doby,
fur seventy five dollars, dated in March
last, and payable in Oct. instant; credited
in March last with $13, and ibis day ,with
$10. Also one other note on John Wit
lock, for forty dollars, dated in July last,
payable one or three days after date, all
payable to the subscriber.
JOHN A. MACKER.
Edgefield C. H. Oct. 4. 1841 if 36
W ILL he sold on the first Wednesday
in December next, at the late resi
dence of Hillary il. Collier, deceased, in
Edgefeld District South Carolina, all the
property both Real and Personal belonging
to said Estate, except the negroes. there is
about thirteen hundred Acres of best Oak
and Hickory Land, which will he divided
into two iracts, leaving with the House
place about 650 to 700 Acres. As regards
the value of this property its character is
so % ell known, as to make a description of
it alittosi useless. It is considered one of
the best Country stands for a Public House
in the State, it being Ott the 1artintown
Road. the great ihoroughfair, leading from
the west to all the lower coutitry markets,
anl a noted stand with all the Drovers,
and when viewed purely as a planting in
terest. it presentis inaiy advantages, that
of fertility of soil and its adtjacency to one of
the hesi .1arkets in the United States.
The lanad sold on n credit of onue and two
yenrs,the personal property twelve mtonths.
Aionest the personal property wiUl be
Iold the Entire crop of Cotton and Corn.
R. 11ENDERSON. Executors
ISAAC T. HEARD.
The A tgus aChronicle & Sentinel,and
Greenville Mountaineer, will give the
nbove six weekly iniertious and forward
their accounts to this office previous to the
dar nf sale.
Oct, 1, IS41 h 36
Warehouse mEd Commis
HAMBURG. S. C.
AKE pleasure in announcing to their
LCountry frienda and to the Public
enerally, that their
W'AkEIIOUSE AND WHARP
is NoW IN GOOD CONDITION.
Having raised the Warehouto above the
highest high-water tnark of the great May
lood, with sufficient foundlation to make it
pe.rfectly secture frotm any~ Rise in the River.
while our baecation in Poitnt of FrIRE
tnot surpassed by any Ware House itn
llamburg. heitn? situate on the Corner of
Crntre ail .Varket Streets. and orenpy
ing the whole front Sqtuare to C'oak Stre.
opposite 'lhe Bank & Post Offce. conveni
enit to the Rail Road, immediately on the
Iliver. aind in the very Centre of the Prin
cipule Cotton [Dealers and Shipupers, and the
great thoroughfair to the Bridge.
Grateful fo.r the liberal support we have
hitherto r--ceivedh, solicit fronm our Patrons
and the public genzeraully, a continuance of
their confoilenice. From nur lone experi
ene in the WJarehouse and Commission
lu.iness. feel confidetr with our facilities.
to lie able to give to all entire satisfactinn.
Wo tmake liberal atdvances Ott Cottotn in
Store. atnd will attendi to the Sale or Ship
ping of Cotton on moderate terms.
liusinesss Committed to our care will
receive prompt attention with otur best ef
furis fur the interet of Citstotners.
SIlBLEY & USHE R.
llambtnr: S. C.. Oct. 1, 1841, if 3ti
Boot and Shoe Shaop.
T1l1: subserther has in llamohsurg, on
JCetre -treet oipposite' 3essrs. flin -
ardl&G trmanyvs' n liOOT and SHOE
S hop. wvhere he, will keep ont hand fine
SHOES & BIOOTS, warranted work;
li k--w ie an ns--orttment oif Coarse Shioes
matnutfatctutred at his Tnanvarid near 3Mt.
Vintage. urn tihe oid Stage? Road, bietween
Eudgeiield Court linse atnd flamnburg.
Carries on the Saddlery and H arnees
business, itn all ins branches, and will sell
low tior cash, Good raw Hides will he ta
ken int i.-ade or for cash, as will suit the
pa rt ies.
All business in his line, attended touwith
despatch. 31. L. GEARTY.
llambusrg, Oct. . lil i' 36
Water Proof Warehouse.
IhitBURGo, September '20. IS41
T H E Subscriber begs heave in inform his
frienids and the putblic, that he contintues
the W A tEHIOUSEnnd COMMISSIO1N BU
SIN ESS, at his fortter stand, known as the
W ater Proof WVarehouase.
Detached as it is from otner bttildings, its lo
cation renders it nearly as secure from tire, as
ii it were lire proof. 'lhe floors oh'its two wings
have beent elevated above the high water mark
of the great freshet of ay 1240: and each of
theme dtvisiomns of the building. will store from
I .5Ut to 1.t,00 bales of Cotton. both of these are
designed to be exclusively set apirt for the Cot
ton of platnters and country merchant', who will
thus ne secured from the possibility of loss and
damtage by freshets.
Hoe avails himself of the present occasion to
retutrgis thanks to his friends and patronts, for
Ithteir fiberal sup~port during the last season.
He solicits from them, and the puiblic general.
lv, a continance of thiscondence, and assures
t'hem. that in return for their patronage he will
use his best personal efforts. to promote and
protect their interest committed to his charge;,
itt addition to this anrancee, he' pledges himself,
that he will in no case purchase a bale of'Cou
ton. directly or indirectly.
He will attend to thet sale and shipping of
Cotton, the reeeiving and forwarding of Good.,
or any other husiness usually transacted by a
A LL Persons are hereby cautioned
against trading for threesmall notes
if hand given to Abraham Mitchell. Two,
iftbe Notes are for $9each,and The other.
br $12. The notes were given -sometime
n the month of Mach last. I am defe?.
nined not to pay any of them unles com
>elled by law, as the considerations for
iwbich the Notes were given has failed.
JAM Et. S. DAVIS.
Oct. 4. 1S41 c 36
SIBL EY & CRAP@N,
H AVING taken the Fire-Proof Brick
Store, near their old stand; now of
er for sale, a new assortment of Goods,
nong which are:
30 Hhds. St. Croix, Porto Rico and
20 Hhds. Prime W. I. Molasses.
50 Begi Prime Rio and Java Care.
2000 lbs. Double refined Loaf and
Boxes and 21b. Caddies, G. P. and
20 Ilhds, Prime Ballimore sides
5 do Choice do Hams
*,000 lbs. Iron (assorted)
2000 do Cast. German and Bristered
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 S bay 10, 10 by 12, Window
20 do. W. Hull & Sons Tallow
20 do Sperm Candles
20 Bbls. Prime Country Floer
10 Pices Sackin:
250 P. S. Prime Bagging 43,44 to 46
50 do 43 Inch. Tow Bagging
75 Coils Keniucky and Manilia Rop
300 lbs. Twine
Salt in bulk and in Sack
10 Bales. containing Negro Croths,
Negro Blankers, Homespun,
35 Caoes Shoes, consisting of Kip
Brogans, Womens Shoetees,
Negro Shoes, &c. &c. Prime
200 lbs. Shoe Thread
20 Boxes No. 6, 8 and 10, Cotton and
Pepper. Spice, Ginger, Indigo,91Iustard,
Blackina, Sad Irons, Collins'. Axes, Sint
mons' do. Wilsons Coffee Mills, Woof
Hats. Sei Skin Caps, and a gooJ assort
ment of Wooden Ware on the way con
Flag and Cane seat Cfairs. Rocking
scrawl seal do., Childrens do., High seat
ad toy Chairs. A good assortment of
Tubs and Pails, Keelers, Churns, Dippers,
House Buckets, &c. &c.
White Wine Vinegar, Ciderdo,oo hand,
Ilamburg. S.C. Sept.301841 b 36
Facturage & Conaan.a
HAMBURG, S. C.
A I have declined selling goods. f ieg
. leave to return my grateful acknowledj
maenits to any friends, and the public generll,
for their liberal patronage while thus enae.
I nouw offe.r my~ trvices to the public as air
Agent. to receive and forward all kinds ofmer
chaandize anad produce. A nd. as r will not be
engaged ini ani u thet busines,. I will pystrict
attenation toi the itetrest of all those coawgn'
their produace or tmerchandize to me, andwhe
iinmy house the best care wall be taken, and for.
warded with despatch, or orders promptly
I'ronm esperience and observation, I have
long thaonghat that a fithful agent could render
considerab~le service to the plraners. in selling
their cotton and dlour, and baying their grane
ries: A nd, as I have been ~en in this mear
ket, fur the laist ten years, acqifamated with'
the genteral roastinae ofbusiness, I therefore offer
my services to amy friends and th~e pintersgenA
erally. and ill fe'ithfully devote my undivnded
attentiotan toa the interest of all those who may
commit to aay charge. the selling of their pro
atuce, and buying sucha articles as they may or
la all rases, ny cmnio shall be moderte.
H. L. JEFFERS.
Sept. il3, 1841 if35
P. 5. 1 a-n not interested in any Warehouse
in the paiace; therefore all Cotton sent to- my
rare, will be stored as directed. and if nodiree
tions, my bet judgmaent will he ased for the
pl aters'inmorest, H. L J.
The Greenville Minntainaeer. Edfield Ada
verti-er. P'endleton Mtessaenger and Highland
Sentinel and llighland (N. C.) Messenger wilr
insert the above, two months, and forward bills.
Warehouse & Comunission
T H E subscribera having leased for a ternm
of years. that commodious and elligible.
Warehou'se. formerly known as Corigtow Ae
fai's. beg leave to otTer their sersies, to their
friends~a and the public, in the Storage and gale
From the elligibility of their Warehonse, to.
gether with its central position, they Batter
themnselvea that they are able to offer induo.
menats to Planters and others, unequalled by
any establi,,hment of the kind in the plee.
Coton consigned to dhem, by rte rieer, will
he landed wharfage free. anad no comnmissions
will he charged for reishipping Cotton fythe
Rtail Rioad or River. Planters need he une noe
a pprehensions with regard tofreshuis, as the ri
ver will have to rise 7 feet in the business parts
of the town. berOe ourWarebose aill be over.
flowed; end all Cotton stored with us will be
insured againstfreshers. gratis, if required.
Insuarance can be erlected oa our Warhs,
it as Iow a rate as any otheri in town:- and as
onr utmost endeavors shall be used togive game
rail sahisfaction, we hope to merit anrecetve si
liberal shar of patuonage.
Liberal adesances will be made ont Cotton itr
Onr commissions for selling cton, will ha
25 cents per bale.
THOMAS G. KEY.
Hamburg, September 1st. 1841 i 31
General Drusg Stm
Centre-street, Hamburg, S. C. p the
OLD AMERi CAN HOEL
MURRA E & mILLs
K EEP constantly on hand, at the abovl
House, aroeeral assortment of
PERFUM ERY. PAINTS, OILS, DYE
STUFFS, HATTER'S MATE
Alt of wbhilm hef e at the loestl prlis
and on terms to sutt rs.
A supply of warditd fresh Gre
always on hand. suited to the sesLa
Har',.e August 2.tf 2?