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' We woulteali the attentionof Tn emper
asce Societies throughout the State. to the
lmportanme ofappniuting~ elegates.in time.
Every Society abnould be represented.
.s meetagain from every part of the
!: and take conusel totether and endea
woes air up the Barging zeal oftuch So
eletes as may have been inactive during
the ,. Let us interchanie views in the
silrt of harmony. as t) sh.- best saetheod
ofearrving foerwaril i's. suble enterpriZe
le whiih we are en.--.,e la I co -firm e telh
61ber's doterniu itin nev.r teo pause for a
.onment,--hut to pre*' oi until we' have
beaished e-very Dsioillery. tnl Grogshoj
fattmn our St kie. ani until lisa name ti
Grg.-der shall be everv-where 1191e6.
tel wish that di-grace au 1 infamy. which
ieillsictiy htelfens Win 'hat man. w lihime va.
ca0leim it is to cutie the young and iusus
eating into the +eaitht 4f vice, and wh
Meuld barter for the very soul, of his delu
dud customers, if he rnuid coin them intc
TO OKT A CaOP eit OATs.
Amidst the drouight of the- pr 4neur year
the editor of vse Visitor h. biseen hi^hly
successful in a erop -of tts. Land which
yielded less than half - ten or hay to the
ace in the summer of 1839 was ploughed
Siu the sward about the 20th of May.
1 A0-bout forty loads of manure were
spread in the acre; a portion of it w as tur
ied under the sod-a po.rtion was plough
ed to the depth of foar inches, and a por
ties was simply barrowed under; and the
ad produced a very decent crop ofIndian
eer and potatoes. The original sod was
hardly disturbed either in the last year's
ehivatio or the ploughing of the present
sprng. The land was simply ploughed
nes the present spring. and six bushels
only ofoats sowed upon four acres. The
-eats came up so thin that several person
-proseneed there would be nothingof them
early sa June; they branched and spread
Ia the course of the summer so that they
were as heavy upon the ground asifdou.
be te quantity had been sowed. Some ol
the. were five feet in height, and the
sraws of the size of pipe szem. The
whole piece with the exception of the
w g and roiling over in some spos
by unruly boys upon the Sabbath
steed up well-much better and stronger
ahat i weald have done bad the blades
beesmere aumeroos. The piece has been
e r reaped; and the result is two
ad seventy five stacks of twelvs
bandid'de~Sh; makiag 12 loads, which will
wIgh at lst 12 tone. The opinion id,
that the foir acres will turn out full three
bandred bushels of oats. We bnve seen
no another such piece of oats in this part
of New Hampshire; if any man ha& pro.
duced more, we invite him to communi
euit the fact through the column of the
Motblh Visitr.- Gaveror id's (Nets
Huanuao. Oct. 13.
Thelat escounts received from Europe, .
thebsosmewlat flat. have had no effect on
oar Coton market. if we except the day on
whisb they arrived when prices gave way a
n ut has since gained upn and over
sa1ebdth previons day's quotations vi: 6toB
d. We now give as vie general outines. of
the meres prim, 6 to 81 cts. Principal salcs
1 es. and a good demand at these rates. The
assisi, sisce our fist dates have been large by
e aid we notice on yesteiday sme wa.
g. *0 the Georgia side the owners having
sim to our side for a better market. Buyers
look for a heavy bmsiness unill the next Sumsn
mser cheese the cetta.. transaetions.
8sgging.-Tue tairket is well supplied. anil
a. ehangeesin purces have taken place since our
last. Hemp 23 to 26. Tow 17 to 20.
Suger-The merchants have large stocks on
hand, and 'rm have undegonie nso change.
T1hu--h article is pretty low, and selling
atO54 to 0 4 (or country. Canal anne.
Self.-The orders wihich lately wesnt feorward.
heaveapu ietd our tuarket with a heavy stock.
In bo ulk i ea. per bushet. Sack Sf4.
FbigkAs.-To Charleston for sqnare bales
eatten 25 ers. per hundred pounds: for runud
bales 5cm. per hundr-d. To Savannah round
and square hsles50 ets. per bale.
harle-tm S. p.ct
4' a Colsisnbia S. C. par.
s *u Cheraw8. C. "
4 U. Savannah Geo."
Deceliza for SubasrIptson.
The Pablisher aknowledges she Iteceipet froms
is Mihwu persons, to the time put down to
their respective amses:
3. P. Biunson. to July 1842.
Thoe. Chaeathams, to A pril 9. 1842.
Cape. Jut. Riertea .n Me3arch 12. 1842.
L G. Helloway. to Feb. 8 1842
N. Aris, 1(n Jannt dry 2 1842.
J. F. Martial. t- Fe 8. 1842
lobi. Mctulienu~h see F.eb 8. 1812.
Dr. RL. C.G(rililin.: sFIeb- 8. 1842.
Chas. Catri. r. jr. ta Agpril 9 1842.
Cal. S. Qa rlees. em Oet. 10. 184?
Calvin Ceex. tat M1 meh 24. 1842
Ed. T. 11 "ehell. te Oet. 14. 1842.
W. D) A. D~en.: sOtct. 14. 1842.
Maj. S. C. Scott, toi Febh. 8. 1842.
Joseph Loyvl. to Aei: 22. 1842.
Robert C. Jone's. to Jly 18. 1841.
D-en. White, ee F--. 4. 1842.
Wen. R. Spnassn. in Oct 2t. 1842.
Geo. Beswell. tee Jely 4. 1842. .
Died, on ste 6th insI. a st his lute resi
dence in Columnia Co.unay. Ga. Docitor
Charles M. Hill, in the for's eighs year ol
his age. Dr. HI. was a nautive of Newen-.
tie County Deleware, btt was for the last
twemty years an inhabitant of Georgia.
I The fr'Iemdue.f H. R.
LAS. announeehsim as a candidase for
the aime of Sherif' of this District.,
ncebehr 2l tf 38
QThe frienets of eol, W.
H.M Sannonnee him as a candidate
for Ordinary of Edgefield District.
October 21 tf 38
~Jhefrleadser wm. J.
6, SEq., announce hium as a candiate
for the o~oe of Otdiary, ofEdgeheld District.
MI.L. announce him as a candidate for thoof
geedafOrdinary, of Edlgefield District.
mi tf 30
CVJ tEA TM. annonnce him as a candidate
for tbe oiesof Ordinary, of Edgefleld District,
otember 30 tt 35
OThe riends.of Aquila
,S annnce him as a candidate for the
of Tax Collector, of Edgeicld District.
T HOM ASTON LSIME. Just received.
aud Warranted Fresh, for sa h
Hamburg Oct. 19, Market Street.
New Goods! New Goods!
'1H '1 subscribers respectfully informs
their friends and the public generally, that
they have juat received from New York, their
usual supply of
FA LL 4- WINTER GOODS,
CORSisTittO IS PART OF
Whitney atnd Dufil Blankets,
Childre.'s Rose do
Plain and twilled Kerseys. for Negre wear,
4-4 plain and striped Linseys,
Red and blue do
Super blue and black Cloths, green and grey do.
"a #4 "4 and fancy Casstmeres,
Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans,
4-4 brown and bleached Sheetings.
4-4 do do Shirtinp.
Super Gro. de Rhine Black Sdkar
- Gro. de Soi and Italian do
Colored Silks and Vanins,
Monslaine DeLaines and Shallys,
French asndo En-glish 3lerinoes,
Black and blue black Bomhazines,
Damask. Silk and Satin Shawls
A variety of Cruel and Ilerino do
Embroidered Cassimere do
Jaconet Hdk'Is. and stun Muslins.
MATS & CAPS,
Gentlemen's Beaver Hats. latest style,
Superior Otter and Fur Caps.
Youth's Hats and Caps,
Wool Hats and Seal Caps.
An awirtmenit of Saddles, Bridles, and Martin.
A large assortment of Shoes, for men, boys, and
Hardware & Groceries;
Su, Coff'ees. and Teas,
Mok and Salt,
Sperm and Tallow Candles,
Lamp Oil. &c. &c.
They also have a supply or good Ches on
hand, having made arrangements to besupplied
with this article veiy regularly during rhe sea
son, it may be found at their store at all times.
All the above articles will be sold low for
Cash, or on time to punctual customers.
BLAND & BUTLER.
October 21 tf 38
NEW GROCERY AND
T HE Subscribers beg leave most re
Lspectfully to inform the inhabitarntsof Edge.
field and its vicinity, that they have taken the
Store fornerly occupiad by Smith & Frazier,
and nearly opposite Mess. Bland & Butler,
where they are now receiving and opening. and
intend to keep constantly on hand, a general
and well selected assortment of
GROCERIES FOR FAMILY USE.
Their Goods are purchased at the loest Cask
prices in the New York and Boston marliets.
and will be %ol as low as they can be bought in
Augusta. or Hamburg. (transportation added,)
for Cask. or for approved paper, on short time
They have matle such arrangements as will
enable tremn from time to time. to replenish
their Stock with desirable articles, and no exer
tion will be spared in catering for theaars and
appetites of the eatiug public. To all we say,
call and see us, and if we do you no good we
most positively asure you, that we will do you
P. A. SCRANTON,
C. A. MEIGS.
Edgefield C. H. Oct. 20,1841 tf 38
TH E Subscriber has on hand the following
T articles, which he will be happy to sell to
any .,ne who may favar him with a call, on
Centre stieet. Sign of the Cro.se Keys.
V iz: very fine French Cambricks very fine
Eniglishi Prints, Gane Prints, fine Mlerinoes, Cali
coes, Flannels, Tickings. Dickings, Hamilton
Stripe. Superfine long Cloth, bleached and
unbleached Homespun. Blue homespun, Ozan
bnrge. Ribbonis. Umbreilas. Shawls Handker
chief's. Ca..tor. Vardls. Combs Brmshes,Brown's
fanicy Ba..kets. Dolls, Needles, Pins Seissors.
Ball C.'rd. llaL..Ca1,s, Shoes, Hose and hall
fIase. Gloves, ready made Shirts, Yestm, Pants.
Best Rio and Cnha Coffee. Crushed Sugar,
best briuwn Sngar. Rice. Goshen Butter. Sperm
and Tallnw Candles, Soap, Starch. Rasis
in whonle half~ and enisiter Boxes; Molasses,
Mnrkei el. M.1ultnt,. Potatoes. andonins. Pies
M nitard. Peppe.r. Cheese. Herrings,Soda, Sn
gar and Butter Crackers, Toilette and Shaving
Soap, Pocket Knives. Jewelry. the first guality
Sparnsih Segars, Chewing Tobacco, snud'
Lamp Oil &c.
French Cordials. Frn:te in Brandy, Ponrter,I
Guava Jelly. Pipe". .8iga- Plums, Rock. Mint.
Lememn.Barley and HorehioundCandies.Pnnes,
Oranges. Le~mons. Malaga Grapes, Apples.
Banaas. an assortment of Toys, with many
other articles too nmemrus to mention.
JA MES A. ELBRIDGE.
Hamburg Oct. 14.,1811 c 384
Aagumsta Fenuale~ Semnimary
V 1il8 Institution iis tilconducted by Mrs.
kH.L.MOIE. who continmues to instruet
in all the' branches comprising a thoronghi Eng
limh Education; also, French and Spanish.
Efficient masters will be employed to attend
to Drawing. P'ainting. &c.
A Clseauical. Philosopka aed AstronomicalI
Apparatus having beeni obtained, a gentleman
hass l.een engaged as First Assistaar, who will ]
deliver lectures oni the ahove' aciencess, which
will be fully illustrated hy numierous ezxperi-.
nents. Young ladies who desire to attn d the~
above lectures, can avail themselve, of theop
portunity now offered, by applying at iheae
eninary. To pupils no additional charge will
he rasde. A few vacancies in the boardin de
prmitysremain. All pupile receive per
qat rso tre months.
lectures to comomence on 1st November.
Mrs. R. L 'rvy still conitinues to conduct
the Musical Departal, and will receive pn
piis at thme Seminary.
Oct. Ii, 141 63
B Y an nrder from tihe Ordinary of Edeeld
District, will be sold, at the late residence
of Sarah Burns, Deceased, on Wednesday,the
10th Noveniber next, all the personal property
belonging to said estate, consistin of amieseen
likely Negroes, Cotton, Corn.Foderand Oats;
Horses, H~ort, and Cattle; one Yoke of Oxen:~
two Road Warrons, Planitation Tools &c
Household andf Kitchen Funtr &c.
Will be sold, at the same timse and p lace, the
real estate. consistinignf twortaetsof land, one
known as the hotre tract, containing four hun
dred 'acres, more or less, situated 3 miles above
FEdgefietd Court House, on the road leading
from Edgefield to Abbeville: the tract lying on
Beaverdiam Creek. adjoining Lande of James
Griflin. Capt. E. B. Belcher, and others; coo
taining one hundred and foity acres, more or
Terms of Sale-All eaums under ten dollars
cash, all sums over that amount, on a credit of
twelve months, purchasers giving notes with
two approved securities.
JOHN F. BURNS, ?4d, -.
EDWARD PRESLEY, m'n
Ot. 18. 31841 '3
T HE undersigned being authorished by
the Nine Six Association, announce, that
pruposals will receivedby him, until the first
of November, when an election will take pla.e
for a Teacher to take charge or Nit. Prospect
Academy, two miles north west of Cambridge,
for the ensuing year. Testimonials of compe
tency and high moral character wih be required.
Salary will be liberal.
S. V. CAIN. Chairman.
Cambridge, October 21 c 38
O UR friends in the Country. and elsewhere
are informed that the death of our late
friend and Co-partner, Doctor Charles M. Hill;
will not derange the regular routine of our bu
simes at all, as it will be continued by the sur
viving Copartner under the same firm name.
MURRAY & HILL
Pr. J. H. MURRAY.
Oct 21, if 38
A LL persons are cautioned against trading
for three Notes of hand, or eitherof them,
given to Joseph Davis, or bearer, all dated 29th
of August, 1840, as follows: one note for three
hundred and twenty-five dollars, payable 25th
December, '1841, ohe note for three hundred
and twenty-five dollars, payable 25th Decem
ber, 1842, and one note pavable'25tb December,
1843, for three hundred sid twenty-five dollars.
I am determined not to pay the said notes, nor
either of them, unless compelled by law, as the
consideration for which they were given has
railed. BENJAMIN DAVIS,
October 21 c 38
T HE estate of John Coker. deceased, being
left Derelict, and agreeably to an Act of
the la slatur, it is made my duty to take charge
of, a settle said estate. I shsall therefore pro
ceed to sell at the late residence of said deceas
ed in Beach Island, on Thursday the Ith day
of November next, all the property and estate
of said deceased, consisting of three Negroes.
Horses, Mules, Catde and Hogs. Corn and
Fodder, Plantation Tool', set Blacksmith's
Tools. one Barouche.ad one Piano Forte, &c.,
on a credit of six months, purchasers to give
their Notes with approved securities.
Ordinary of Edgrfedd District.
October 21 d .38
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
C. J. Glover, vs. Dedaration in Attachmnit.
A. Halsinheck. I
W HER EAS the Plaintiff in the above sta
ted case. has this day filed his declaration
gainst the Defendant, who is absent from. and
w1thout the limits of this State, as it is said. hav
ig neither wife nor attorney. known within the
ame, on whom a copy of tie declaration with a
rule to plead thereto, might be served: Order
ad, that the Defendant plead to the said declara
ion, within a year and a day, 'rom the date
hereof. otherwise final and absolute judgment
will be awarded against him.
M:lrk's offie, G EO. POPE, c. c. r.
Oct. 18, 1841. age 36
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Britton Mims, vs. Dedaration in Attach
Rolme & Sinclair, I sext.
W HFEREAS the Plaintit'in the above sta
ted case, has this day filed his declare
ion againsttheDefendants.whoare a beentfaom,
nd without the linits of ibis State. as it is said,
inving neither wife nor attorney. known within
be same, on whom a copy of the declaration
ih a rule tim p lead thereto might he ser ved:
)rdered. that the Defendanita plead to the said
claration. within a year andl a day. from the
late thereof, otherwise final amid anolnte judg
nent will he awarded against them
Clerk's Ofrie, GEO. POPE. c. c.r.
State or Sotuth Carolina,
B Y OLIV ER TOW .S. Esquire, Ordi
nary of Edgemield District.
Whereas, Frederick Me Daniel. :-h~ applied
a me for Leitera ofAdmniistration. on all and
itgular ihe goods and chattels. righits and cred
Is of .James A. Homes, late of the Distnet
These are. the-refore, to rite and admonish
It and s'inenlar. the kindlred :mnd creditors of
he- said deceasm.ed, to be and apenr before me,
tour next Ordinarv's Conrt f.r the said Dis
rict, to be holden at' Edgefieldi Court Homuse on
he 1st day of November next, in show cause.
r any, why the said Administrtion should not
Given uder my hand anid seal this 18th dav
.f October of one- thousamud eight humnded an'd
arty-one. and in die sixty-filth year of Ameri
0. TOWLESo. a. n.
October 21, 1841. ($2 124) b 3R
State of' South Carolina.
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire,
LiOrdinary oif Edgefielil District.
Whereas, Mary Glover. hath applied to
ne for Letters of Ardministra tion, on all
ud singular the goods andl chattels, rights
nd credits of Jethro Glover, late of the
)istrict aforesmaiud, deceased.
These aire, therefore, Incite and a dmon
sh all and singular. the kindred and credi
na of 'he said deceased, to be nd appear
efore me, at our next Ordinary's Court
ar the said District to he holden at Edge
eld Court House on the lt-r day of No
rember 1841, to show cause ifany, why ihe
aid Administration shotuld not be granted,
Given under mnyjand and seal this 19th
lay of October, one thousand eight hun~
Ired and forty-one. ansd in the sixty-flAb
rear of Atmerican Independence.
0. TOWLES, o. E. 9
October 19 [$2 124] b 38
State of South Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ordi
nary of Edgeld District,
Whereas, Rt. B. Boeknight hath applied to
ne for Letters of Administration, with the will
mnexed on all and singular the good. and
:atteb',rnightsand ereditsof Daniel A Mitehell,
ate of the District aforesnid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
md singular, the kindred: and creditor' of the
aid deceased to be and appear before me, at
>ur next Ordinar's Court for the said District.
o be holden at Gfeld Cor House on the
why the said' Administration should not be
Given undier my hand and seal this 19th day
af October one thousand eight hundred and
Forty-one, and in the sixty-fifth year of Ameri
0.TOWLES. 0,E. D.
n.,,o...n-9,84n ($2124) b
T HE subseribera have received rom Ne
suitable for the season.
AXONG WEICK ARK:
Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Olive and Mic
Plain Black, Diamond, and Double Wave
Black, bice, drab mixed & fancy double millec
plain & fgured Silk, Satin & Woollen Velve
Cravats, Stocks, Scars. Hanlk's, Hosiery,
Gloves, Suspenders. Coflars, Bosoms, Cottot
and Merino Shirts and Drawers,
Mate, Umbrellas, &e.
The above Goods were purchased low, anc
wil be sold accordingly.
N. B. The TAILORING Department wil
receive our particular attention, feeling greatfu
for past favors, and a disposition to please oul
customers, and the public generally; a continu
ance ofwhose patronage ii respectfullysolicited
BRYAN & MINOR,
Edgefield C. H.
October 14.1841. h 37
VeW Fall & RYstr Geds.
T HE subscriber takes pleasure in annoan
Ting to his customers, and the public qe
erally, that he is now, and will ba recemig
untif aboutbe25tlinst., a general asortment ol
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Embracing such a variety oferticles as is usiaBj
kept inthiswmaket, consiting inpartas follows:
A OOOD ASSOUTENST OF
Engflsh & Ameritan PrintAs
Mluslis. black and colored Silks, Flannels,
Kentucky Jeans, Broad Cloths, Cairi
meres, Satinetts. Vestings, &c.
Kemys, Lindsey, and various other coarse
Goods, suitable for Negroes.
A good asortment of Negro Shoes, Saddles.
Hardware & Cgtlery,
Together with many articles in the GROCERY
LINE. &l0 of which will be sold low for cash,
or on time, to approved curtomers.
A GOOD SUPeTP OT
Sugar and Cofee,
kept constantly on hand, and sold at reduced
prices, oaly. for cash.
Feeling thankful for past patronage, be hopes
by strict attention to business, to merit a contn
uance of the same.
E. B. PRESLEY.
October 11. 1841. if 37
HAKBURG, S. C.
T HE Subscr-ber announces to his friends
and the public, that lie has removed from
his late stand to the corner of Centre and Mar.
ket Streets, nearly opposite the Post Office,
where he ofrers for sale;
Bagging, Hemp of42 to 44 incises, weighing
11 to Ij lbs. to the yard
Bagging, H emp or 44 inches, weighing 14 lb.
to tlze yard.
Baggi , Towv, af44 inebies
Kentuc BalIe, inch to I inch
Choice clarifed Sugar
'Si, Croix Sugar'*
'- 'POrto Rico do.
Double refined Loaf Sugar
Rio and Cuba Coffee
Old White Java do.
Catuies, Gunpowder and Imperial Tea.
West India Molses
Rice in TieLL*.
Salt In Sack a lk
Salt for table
Sweedih lion assorted, all sixes
German. Cast and Blistered Steel
ails and Brads. assorted,
Boxes Bar Soap
ull & Sons patent Candles
And a variety of oilher articles
In additionisit the above he will he constantly
reeivingr from New Ysork anid Charleston, a
uitpply ofall the staple articles in Isis line.
He'avails hiuiself of this ocension, to retuirn
ips thanks to. his friends and the public hsor their
iberal support, and pledces himself to use his
st efforts to give ,satijsfaction, is. all who sisy
lase to favor him wihhi nironge.
Oct. 5. 84l d 37
FoREIG;N AND DOMESTIC.
D RY G O ODS.
TH E Subsc'rib~er invites the attention of
.L|i| who wish to purc'hase STA PLE
JR FA NCY DRY GOODS, to the lar-.
est and hest assortment ever olTered in
GOODS for 'he full and winter trade,
ust Received and roa 5AuLv at the lowest
ash prices, at the BRICK ST OR E one
oor aibotc HI BARSa' Hotel, on centre
JOHN 0.11. FORD.
N. B.-Country Merchants supplied at
he lowest jobbing ra tes.
Hamburg, S.C. Sept.9. 18-11 tt 37
T HE PRILOTOKElN
OR FEMALE$ FRIEND.
For the Redief of Fensalus safeis under Sme
thetic Disorders, Periodical Complesuts, Weak
T HIS Medicine amy be resorted to wIth
she utmost confisdence, for the pusrpose of
elieving and removing almost all those com
laints peculiar to Females, asid which often
lead in some fornm or other to permanent ill
ealth. It will also relieve much of the suffer
ng, and prevent thnece accidents to which all
others jre exposeid.
Pamphblet containling satisfactory testinto
ials, directions and much lnformation,valuable
o Females andt beads of families, ay be had
graiwhreth Philotoken is Ioldbby
EDWD.J.MMS C.d .
HAVILAND, HARRL& ALLEN,
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO, .dagasta.
Price $150Oper Bole 2 3
October 14 2' 3
Laud ror Sale.
T H E subscriber offers his valuable tract of
land and plantation for sale. situated at
th forks of the Abbeville and Blocker roads, 4
miles north east of Edgefield Court House, the
wat ontsains about 350 aeres, of which 125 ise
cleared, fresh and in~ god repair, the balance
all in woods; the placaes well umproved, with all
necessary buildings: the situation is boautifal
and healthy, and well calculated for public bu
sinesst the land is as productive as any up
lands In the district. Any person wishing to
urchase, would do well to come and examine
for themtsel yes, and they can be suppid with
COnr Fodder, and smail grain of e7 sort on
the premises; also, a fine stock of C e, Hogs,
&.agodteam of Horses and Wagon, Plan
itan andcksmnith Tool., &c., all on good
trts. Apply to
ILL BE SOLD, on Monday the twentY
Wninth day of November next. under an
order from the Ordinary of Edge6eld District,
all the personal property belonging totbeessate
of Emma F. Simkins, deceased.
Consisting of about 30 Negroes, Itorses,
Males, Cattle. Hogs, Corn, Fodder, Oats, Plan
tation Utensils, &c., &c.
The sale will be hd at the Canrask Plea
ration, on Litde Saludit, and the terms will be,
for all amounts at or under five dollars cash; all
over that amount twelve months credit, pur
chaser giving note and two approved secnnies.
F. W. PICKENS, Adm'r.
October 14 g 37
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri
Facias. I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon.
day and Tuesday in November next, the
0. L & E. Penn & Co. vs. Thomas
Del-ach, the tract ofland where the defen.
G. L & E. Penn & Co. vs. Jeptha
Couch, seventy acres of land, more or less,
adjoining John Bush and others.
0. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs. Benjamin
Cato,six hundred acres of land, on which
is a valuable set of mills, and adjoining
Lewis Asbel and others.
G. L. Penn & Co. vs. Tolbert Chea.
tham, the tract of land where defendant
lives, adjoining George Mlariin, 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 Bauskett, and others.
Cotbran & Rushton vs. Philip Dunmire,
two hundred acres of land, more or less,
adjoining Evan Presley. and others.
L. Giddings vs. Zilpha Nobles. Ingra
ham & Hays vs. the same, one easy chair
and one two horse wagon.
C. 31. Furman vs. Oliver Simpson, two
houses and lois in the town or 11shurg,
bounded on the north oy .Mlercer street, on
the east by Centre street, on the soulb by
Market street, and on the west by lots of
J. Eichelberger, benrer, vs. John 3.
White, one hundred acres of land, imore or
less, adjoining John Hill, and others,
George Parmit, agent, vs. Edmund At
cheson, two hundred acres of land, more
or les, adjo ining John Dleason. and others.
Wm. b. Wilson vs. Julids Howard and
Rudolph Carter,flive thousand acres of land.
more or less, adjoining John Wise, John
Bausket, and others, the property of R.
1. F. Gnuedy, T. C. vs. Mrs. E. A.
H ammond's estate, nine hundred ncres of
laud, more or less, adjoining James Golt
Charles Lamar, and others.
8. F. Gonedy, T. C. vs. Heary Shultz,
one lot in the town of Homburg, No. 163,
having fifty feet front on Covington street,
and one hundred and ninety feet on Cobb
street, and adjoins lot No. 164,
B. V. Gouedy. T. C. vs. Jarred Wise,
two hundred acres of lead, more or less,
where defendant lives.
Bland, Cadin & Co. vs. Martin Posey.
The same vs. the same. E. D. Cook vs.
thesame, one sorrel Mare.
Stephen Owens vs. Isaac Attaway, two
John Gomillion vs. Richard Ripley. one
bay horse and one bay mule.
F. 1. liay vs. Hamilton J. Cove. C.
H. Lanigles, tor the tse it another. vs. the
same, Jo'kn Cave. Ad'r. vs. the same,
Itwo negroes, viz. Polly and Jane.
Darling J. Walker vs. Sterling Powell,
t w hundred aICrei (of land, more or lees,
adjoining 1). Walker, and others ; also, one
Cadnaway Clark vs. Thomas 1H. Love
less, the tract of latnd where defetndant
lives, adjoining John Coghturn. antd others.
Ales. Shnrptn vs. R. M1. Johnson. one
bay Horse, and one yuke of Oxeni.
Tret ms cash.
S. CH RISTIE, e. E. D.
October I2 c 37
State of South (Carolina.
EDGEF'IELD DISTRICT. 1
Thomas Stone, Applicant. vs.
Thomas Light foot and others, Defen'ts.
B Y an order from the Ordinasry, I shall
proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House. on the first Motndaiy in November
next, land or the estate of Philip Lighifoot,
dee'd.. situate in said district.
Tract No. z, containing~ fn-ar hundred
acres, more or less, adljoining lands of Ed
mund Atchison, William Tompkins, and -
Tract No. 2, containing one hundred
acres, more or less, adjointing lands of lHen
rv Stone. Elias Robsertsoni. Sterling Free.
mian, and others. To be sold on a credit
of twelve months, the purchasers to giveI
bond and personal security and a mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary if re
quired. Costs to be paid in cash.
S. CHIRISTIE, s. x. 11.
October 12 (83 00) e 37
State of South Carolina.
John Dorn Jr., Guardian of A bigal
NewtonThornton & others, Minors
by the ad litem Defendants. )
B Y an order from the Orudinarv, 1 shall
proceed to sell at Edgecfiel Court
Honse, on the first .Monday in November
next, lands of the estate of Job Thortnton,
dee'd., situate is said distriet, on the waters
of Cufgeetown Creek. adjoining lands of I
Amos Stalsworth, Elias Lake. Jacob
Thornton. ad others. and cotntaining 100 I
acres, more or less. To be sold ots a credit
of one and two years, the purchuaser to give
bond and personal security, and a mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary if re
quired. Costs to be paid in cash.
S. CH RISTIE. s. E. o
Otoer2 ($3 00) ec3
ALLPersons are hierehv eanitioned
aainst trading for three amall notes
of hand givetn to A braham Mitchell. Two
of the Notes are for 89 each, antd the other,
for #!2. The notes were given sometime
in thes mouth of March laist. I am deter
mined not to pay any of them unless comn
pelred by law, as the considerations for
which the Notes were g'ven has fatiled.
JA. 1 E..DAVIS
Hardware and Cutlery.
T HE Subscribers have jas rceivJdi.
reet from the Manufacires Ia Eng
land and the Northern States, a hadie
and weft assorted stock of Hardware and
Cutlery I which they offer for sale 6 b
reasonoabi terms, Wolesale and ftau,
at the corner (brick building) of-Centr
end Mercer Streetsamong which as:
English, 9wedes aad Amerifa -Iso
Sandersons Cast Steel
Garman, English and American Steel
Baud and Hoop fron, assorted si.
Lead, Cut and wrought nails, all sizes
Collins Axes. Adzes, Chizels & Gouges
Mill irons. full assortment
Anvels, Vices, Smith Bellows. Hor"
Shoes and Horse Shoe nails.
Wagon Boxes. Chains Wood Screws.
Pots, Bake pans and Frying pans.
Table Knives & Forks, Pen and Pocket
Mill. Crosscnt, Hand and Tenant Sae
Locks & Hinges, Carpenters Planes and
Cofee Mills, Gridirons and Augers
Grinstones. Manilla, and Cotton Rapej
And other articles, such as are ussasy
kept in Hardware Stores.
Hamburg, Sept. 30, 1841 d 36
T HE subacriber, since th e fire in Ham
. barg, has taken storage rooms. including
the bViek house, on Market street. in Aount o*
the old Warehouse, formerly beloging to Mr.
OWaz; and is less exposed tuisk of Fire and
His business will go on as heretofre. Ier
offers for sale a good supply of leading articlse
of Merettandise, Sugar, Bagging, Salt, Iro,
Molasses, &c. &c.
Liberal cash advances on Cotton consigned
to him for sle, or io be shipped abroad.
Hamburg, S U Oct 2nid 1841. d 36
T 111 E. Notes of hand this 41h day'ef
Octuber. in the Village of Edgeh6eld,
one note on James Reyuold, ror sixty dol
lars, payable to the Subscriber, dated 'som
iime the past summer, and payable Janu
ary next. One other note on Elbert Doby,
ur seventy five dollars, dated in March
asi. and payable in Oct. instant ; credited
n March last with $13, and this day bith
910. Also one other note on John Wit
lock. for forty dollars, dated in July last,
payable one or three days -after dae,. aff
payable to the subscriber.
JOHN A. MACKER.
Edgefield C. H. Oct. 4. 1841 tIf36
ILL be sold on the first Wednesday
W in December next, at the late resi
lence of Hillary m. Collier, deceased. In
Edge6eld District South Carolina, all the
property both Real and Personal belonging
0 said Estate, except the negroes, there is
tbout thirteen hundred Acres of best Oak
tmi lickory Land, which will be divided
nto two tructs, leaving with the Hombe
lace about 650 to 700 Acres. As regardh
he value of this property its characteris
o wpll known, as to make a desciptioue
it almost useless. Jt is considered os of
he best Country stands for a Public Hes.
n the State, it being on the Martimtowa
Road. the great thoroughfair, leading fWin,
he west to all the lower country markets,
ind a noted stand with all the Droeers,
mnd when viewed purely as a planting im- -
crest, it presents mnapy advantages, that
ffertilie v of soil and its adjacency to one oif
he best '5larkers in the United States.
The land sold on a credit of' one and two
-ears~the personal properny t welve months.
imOngs~t the personal property will be
old thce Entire crop of' Cotton and Corn.
R. IhENDERSON. Executors
ISA AC T. H EA RD.
The Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel,and
ireenville Mountaineer, will give thsr
bove six weekly insertions and forward
1etr accounts to this otfice previous to thes
ay of' sale.
Oct, I, 13.11 h 36
SIBLEY & IUSHER,
Sparehouse and Commst
H AMSBURG. S. C.
pAKXE pleasure in announcing to their
I Country friendA and to the Public
enerally, that their
WVAREIIVLSE AND WHARF
5s Now tY 000D coZDITt0N.
Having raised the Warehouse above the
ighest high-water mark of the great May'
lod, with sufficient foundation to make it
erfetly secure from an, Rise in the River,
ihile our location in Point of' FIRE
ot surpassed by any Ware House im
lamburg, being situate on the Corner of
:entre anm! Market Streets, and occupy
n the whole front Square to Cook Streets
pposite 'he Bank & Post Ofce,eooveni
nt to the RaiL Road, immediatey onth
iver. and in the very Centre of te Prim
iple Cotton Dealers and Shippers, and the
rest thoroughfair to the Bridge.
Grateful for the liberal support vehbawe
itherto received, solicit from our Patrons
nd te public generally, a contioance of
ieir confidence. From our long experf
tcs in the Warehouse and Com--o-iass
uiness, feel couilident, with our facilities.
> be able to give to all entire satisfaction.
Ve tnake liberal advances en Coneso is.
tore, and will attend to the Sale or Ship
ing of' Cotton on moderate terms.
Business Commitred to our care wilt
ceive prompt attention with outr best ef'
ris for the interest of Customers.
SIBLEY & USHER.
Hamburg S. C5 Oct. 1, 1841, tf 36
TH E Subscriber takes this method of
infortning his friends and the pwblie
~eeraly, itat he will be prepared to fore
ish Lomber to customers at the Mills.
formerly owned by Maj SaalPosy and
r. Cliy.) eight miles freem Edgeiseg
jourl House, and three miles, from thw
ine House: all orders promptly attend4
at the Mill..by Nathaniel Ramoy, or de
ivered at the Village If required, as leer
rices. I feel thaukfht b past Patroqage
md solicit a coninuance of the samI,
trict attenie to, business.
C. W. PRESLEY.
Edgefiel C. li. Oct. 4, 1841 d 36.