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'nn ttgucy-of. the South Westets Rail
RoId'ank is tq be-established in kaint
burg "Thir tvilI, we hope; give more
exztgtiSeVircdasiotr to money than; has
peene4tienced in this place hereto.
fuze; find we think that it will have a
tendency to renider the arranemont-for
huyingcotton easier, and faciliate trade
in all its various ramifications, and nd
vance tho price of our staple conmodi
ties.-Rpublckan. " -
HA asutt, Nov. 14.
Colton,-Since "ou 'regular issue, of
Thursday, e e hae -received the Brttan
nia's 'accounts from 1Liverpool up to the
t'Dth Oet. which show an advance in that
market offull 3 S1 Awit'h. an upward ten
dency in'the market. and heavy sales. On
yesterday n matket was tighply excited,
and sales were made in snme instances
tr-'n al'tanceof 3-4c. on oar quotations
Yt itpeers, however. that 41he effects of
those aceountt in the Cbarlesion markets
has not een'segreat as was expected,
and prices here have in consequence
-We' quote 'the market however, let.
bigher than previous to the receipt of the
aecoubts:sag frOi SI to 94 cents.--Jour'
'Attack.on Alvarado.-Tie Pe nnsacola
comrtspondent of t-he N. Orloan Tropic.
states-that the-U. Sttates store-ship Relief,
whose arr'val ct Pennsacotla we anuotuced
a few days ago, brouglmt the ia'eliencc
that-the attack one Alvarado was to take
plag.otithe,11th or21 th inst. Commodre
Coiner es't:tiead the attack Commodore
.wyksth 4-oisted- hig broad pendant on
boariF the hsiseippi.
LTijg-it.--A rematkable ins:ance
of longevity is noticed in the Charlesto
Evening Ni of 'the 23d uIt. That
paper says "We ves-erday heard of
an assemblage ot six individuals, at a
social party, four of whom wet' females.
whose united ages amounted to 480
rears. We might almost. say, 'Beat
this who can."
The Fall Term of the Court of Comn
mioti Pleas and G-ncral Sessions, lr Sum
tser District, commenced at this place, on
-Monday lasr-his Honor, Judge lorosr,
presiding. We understand that there is a
great deal'of business before the Cout t ;
the issue ilocket containing upwards of one
houired -eses. We believe, however.
ther there are no cases of much interest or
iimportance. It is the first tine. we he
lie eve that Jishge Frost-has presided-in tbis
Disarktr mSdmpter Banner.
,United Staffs ;Iran.-Thq Treasury
-beprtment.. has issued proposals fir a
loan of 85,000.000 on stock bearngu 6 per
'4n'. interest: releemable in ten years.
deimettnder"which thetoan is authorized
'leave"it "optional' with 'the Treasury to
make a atsi, or issue Treasury notes. Is
appears tin he'the iuteti'ion'ef the G ivern
meat to effect the npera'ion by a loan of
$3,000,000, and- the issue of $5,000,00) in
Treasury notes.-Ere. News.
, Bread Stufs.-The N. V. Taihuno of
Thursday says, that the exports-of t-read
stuffs from, the port of Now York from
t*:e Istitothe 27th of Ortober. have been
enormons. l'he itemas. are 135,823 blhls.
F loiry 158O.0G8 lvnehek~ Corn. J8S.183
- bushels Wheat. ami -152,346 havhewls Rye.
*The Rtje has all gone to the Continent
nearly' all the remaijnder to Engltzandl atnd
Irelad. 'The v:itte of the above is' not
less ilfini twelve huntdred thotrsand dollars.
No more Potunfreru (irinied.-The Sec
cretary of War. in a letter dated the 15th
n1r, itn reply to an affer of volunteers from
Delaware. says. thrp that it is tot contetm
titedl "t maket ary ftursher call ont the
1ihecuitive of that State for any volunteer
.~iitii force. w~itht a view to the exis
tintg war with Mexico. a suflicient atnotunt
of force for the prosecution of thati war
having, it tis belived,:been called into ser
We. imuderstand" says the Andersn
Ga. of the '5th Ins., "that a yountg tman
by the name of Simpson, was last week
convicted at Picketns Court. for negro steal
.ing. anndtsentenedt to be- hung ton V/raday
-the' 45thiffandanry next."
.'e Minatfr to -Brazui.-lt is rumored
ihm the 1Eresident has tappointed thte H-on.
ltoherL. Dale Owen, a representative itt
hongreswfrom thie state of Indiana, Minis
ter to'Brazil, in thte place of the Hion. 11.
A; Wise.-- -
'A the late Commneneement of Golumbia
College, D. C., the honorary dlegree ol
L-. L..D. was conferred on the lion. John
fiehen 0%eal.--Tmpeace Advocate,
msWtey,- the. projector of the ra4
-road intended to connect the 3lississipp
seitlithe Pacinle Ocean, isont in the field.
~iiusi pasied dowa the Ohio river a short
Lime einee on his way to Cincinnati. lit
is conatM .sith thte protminfefl citizens
of ihat'scctish ju t:eLation to his project.
- n Texas the mastodon cotton has beet
dea to be enri prnof. .The Braz'ria
- ~ aoter mentions an: instance.Of a-plantes
~'o sowed 100 acres oft the.,mastodofa seet
- nd although' none of his 'neightburs gath
ered over a fifth of a crop, his will be f.,112
one tialf an average crop.
-fThebest of mewr appear sometimes .tc
e'rage omepounda of .contratdictor)
qualites r'iMcd,vare the- accidental over
sightiand folly bf the wisest man, th
failingvaidigrf(ctosoft relgious man
huasts uts sod passiontate wo'da- ofr
-teadfwerbh they to- rise up tn-judg
rt,%d an illnatured joig
4Jmm tak)eDlie h
cured. provisiOnl in that Kingdolt- 'ere
inerne4 from~ the United it'e
j emle Be aur-.Culpable JVMg
It hasi been observed ly uigiters from .ll
other countries, as vell as b persona t
she best coltivated tastein--thin that: in no
country is- there ajlarger class ofr female
beauty and excellencv, than in this city.
Yet. while ehe ;shoe-fitter, dress-maker.
and. milliner are' engaged in adorning
-nature's best gift to mnh,".one part ap
pears almost totally neglected-The Hair.
How often do the ravages of disease lay
waste the delicate form of the fair and
beautiful, and though restored to health
again, yet those flowing locks, which once
adorned their heads, fall of' and, never
again return to their original beauty. It
is inconceivable how any person, mare
especially a lady, can manifest so nuch
neglect on this point, when a "never fail.
ins remedy" can he obtained at No. S
South Third street, and asking fur Dr.
Jryne's Hair T.rnie, which will perftectly
restore this only. neglected part of female
What is a dollar or two to. complete the
crowning point of female beauty ?
Bronchitis, Cough, Consumption.
Thousais lie annually with the atnve
disenses. Jayne's Expectorant never fails
to relieve, and permanently cures nine out
of ten who use it as directed.
R. S. ROBERT'S is Dr. Jayte's only agent
at Edgefieid Court ilonuse,
Beware of Counterfeits ! -
Nov )8 it 4:^
On Wedwsday. the I Ith inst.. by the Rev.
-Mr.iMorris. air. Ilonarto N. Prxan. of 1.1nlti
wore, Md.. to -Miss MAn Cnoss, of this Dis
On Thursday the 12th instant, by the Rev
Wilm U. Joshnson. Mr.ifJnts Monm.o. of lint
timore, id:. to Miss Eua.A D. Coran. second
daughter of Mr. John Covat. of this District.
In Athena. Geo., on the 4th instant, by
the Rev. N. Hoyt, D. D.. Bx. C. Y.u
cxr. LEq.. of llamhlurg, S. C.. to SARA1
P. daughter of Col. Thomas N. Hlanilhon,
of the t'ormer pance.
Died, lM Aiken. liariwell D istrirt, S.C..on the
-25th' f Octobwr. Alrs. SARa ll.tntnr. aged
75 years. Mrs. 11. lnd resided i;r a consid.
erable period in ifi. District, but a few years
past she remn.veri in larnrwell Di.trict. where
she rerently breathet he, lts. The writer
of this notire was acquninted with her frain
his yoth, and can bear tesinony to lher:ni1ny
virtues. She was cliaracterized by the. kind.
nessof her disposition, and the wnr:ntlifof her
afTections fur her-relations and friends. Piir a
long terms of years she was a member uofih',
Taptisf Chnrch. of whicb she wats nit oinn
ment. She ever iainifested n be::mioin zsal
in the cause of religion, and delighted to con
verse upon the subject. 11er lasti .rrnitents
were setene. and she died ii tlr fell hope of
a b'essed immortality hi-yond the grave. L.
Died, at the resitence of his father. in
this Distriet, on Friday the Gth inst., afier
an illness of eight days, Densley, son of
Ihansom and L'din - Timmermtnia in the
thirteenth year of his age. Itis not known
that the subject of this no'ire, previous to
his last illness, ever manifested any great
concern for his spiritual welfare, lbut ont
the contrary not withstanding his conduct
wras generally marked with frankness antid
gener mityAhie yet pnssesoed a lively temper
anent. under the influence of which. he
seemed lets concerned abott that grate
subject than inny of his own age.
A very few days after the comnmetee
menit o:f ihe indisposition whtilcended in
his death. whilstt sul'mrine great bondily
pain he seemed to be suddlenly impressed
with the idlea that he should die whieb:
gave him extreme anguish ; in this state
ofmdistress lhe appealted to his father undt
biegged htim to pray for him, his fatther with
all thme allectionate regard which any lpar
etm could have for a piromnising *son iier
recommending himo to ithe mrercies of God
and arrer frankly acknowleding that this
was an exercise which hie butt tote seldlom
practiced tbefore his chrldren, ensaged
fervently at the trone of grnae, in: which
petitioen the son seemed to lbe eqgnaly con
cerned. W~e doubt not but this was the
prayer of faith for in a short time htis fears
were all gone and lhe w'as enabledh to re
joice in the chiristian's hope. he even at
tempted to join in a song of praise whichh
l'e regntestedt shotuld lbe sunrg tot Got for
his deliverance. duiritng the four or live
days wvhich lhe cointied contineid to live
ihough there were frequent exacerbations
anid remissions. or itn other words, n'ot
withstanding his fever wras fr.-quently very
great anid then partially submsidedu. he re
mained etnirely rational. possessing at atl
times the same happy frame frequetntly
conversing wih his- Father. Slothe r. Sis
ters and Brothers, individual, alrout his
approaching d-issolution antd thle prospect
of a happv eterni'y. Not five mtin:ute,
b~efore he expired, with perfect comnposutrr
he requested that heis burial apparel should
be brought and haliin reailiness for he wvas
thea dying. Thus with the grim monster
death starinig him in time face arid in: futll
view of Eternity, thas died, a youth oh
tvwelve years of age,- with a degree of corn.
posture and resigmationi whkich the gre-.tesi
philosopher that ever lived,. with all hi.
boasted reason destit ute of the consolntions
of religion never. could commaind.
IIS hereby given to Captains of Comphnich in
the Seventh Regiment. thtat all notices of Com-.
patty Muisters, uf pubhishied ini theO l'pperto
this District. inult be paid for by the respec.
B3 orde: oir t'ihe Colonel
J.. H. M IMS, Pay Afaster.
Nov. 18 tf -43'
IEILL be let to the lowest' bidder. on the
GYfret:Aorday .in D'acermbet ext, at
Edgefield sCourt Hotuse,tho inildin~ of two
Buidges, to-wit: a Brylge oli:'Tur1Le .Cri'ek,
wihere the ropd leahing. frot Esiffeid'Court
House to Cambiidge cros'es s'aidU'r'eet. Also,
anothter Britige ott said Creek. whore the r'oad
leadting from. Haibuag to Chappelt's Ferry
'n Saluda, crossr said Creek.
The said Bridgeated sitable batmeats to,
be wseth built. .of.good: mstbrials, zd eofepje
- ed bythsecon'd M~ondaip PTrtary next,
an3d.tOibe kept ih' good:.iekao: jtferm dr.
er e-er rm-tafdtsa igh of~
warv. 18 St 43'
STATE QF.S.OUT H GAROLLNA.
.DS alI D DISTNICT.
Waelirilolaein Est al.
vs. Bill for jiartitiod:
Wade Holstein et al
IVOTICE is hereby given, ttnl by vir
tue of an order ofChandelHrJohn
ston, in this case, I shall sell at Edge
field Court ionse, on the First 5linlay, in
December next, one tract of laud contain
ing four hundred (400) acres, more or less,
belonging to the estaate of Asa Holsiein.
deceased. situated in the District and State
aforesaid, on Richland Creek, alijoinind
lands of Jacob B. Smith, the estate of Jo
siah Padget, Stephen Norris aind others.
Said land i ill he sold an n credit of one
and two years, except as to the cost of this
suit to be paid in cash.
Purchasers to give bond and good surety
to secure the ptrchase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. n.
Cmm'rs Office, Nov 16 4sr 48
STATE OF SOUTH c attt a -
In the Comion Pleas.
Elizabeth Caldwell vs. Francis A. Bns
well Davtl T. Boswell ei al.--For Par
By orlerofthe Cnr! ofCommon Pleas,
to me dirertod, I will sell at Abbeville
Court House, on Sale dlay in Decembar
next, 'the following real estate, lately the
property of John (. Caldwell dee'd. con
sisting of the fol!owing tracts of land,
No. 1. The Jones tract, of 400 acres
more or less, situate on Rocky River,
bounded N. East by lands of Mlichel
Kenepy. West by Joseph Baker, and R.
)nvis. South by thie Hinion traer, No. 2..
aund East by Rocky River. The tract is
wvell watered, with a dwelling house, situ
ato in a healthy pt of the District.
No. 2. The llinron tract, also on Rocky
River .ear the Village of Lowndlsille.
consisting of 400 acres more or less. as
valuable as any otn Rocky River..having
on it a dwelling house, Cotton Gin andl
Screw ; also well watered and in a healthy
sit nation t bouded South by lands of
Wo'a. Corfu.. West by Robert 'Davis, Enst
by Iand t he Estate of 1hts. William'ns
der'<i and North by Jpncs tract No. 1.
No. 3. The Lot nter of 121
acres more or less, a .Villa e of
Lmndsville on it bockv Ri.
ver on the iavst, lands of
V:n. Cosby, S id ottiers.
a!:d having i se
and out build tiGtnHouso
ind Screw. "
'Term is: The Bil ab'ove destri 't will
he soadl on a credit of one, two ate
years from the dy ofeaie.the ipura r
to bive tand with .ooi perrmair sec tiilv,
togdtler with a mortgdae of the ein -is
to secure the paymenttsaa the- pbrcfmase
money. Costs to bo easbn
Th Egefihl /Adver~tn i requast.ed
it) give the above two s, atdfir-.
svor11Jis h~il to-t biato hilly thr'
B Y "'rtite 1 :ran orler frotn Int Ilill. E-q.,
O:-dinturv of tI;Ietild District, I .tha li
lpruncIend in .ell at te aite residt'tnie of Beavs
Mt.nrtin. decentned, ucar Cninbridge. on 'I'imrs
daty thie I0:h of i)ecembnter next. the f.8lotwing
prmperty belonging inn the Estte ;ofthte said it.
33 Likely Negroes..
20 or -25 Bags o/ Cotton,
l'260 busshelsp[ Corn,
tsevett head of' I lnrs gudnn Mides.'stock oIf iog<n
n ud C-it li. Fkr-.d(igril ottsehotd
ansd JKtitcn Pttriitonre-, Plntati:.ni a
anud lilack aniitfigjI'iots, &c.
Ter os-All stums utndierfive dtohbrs cashl.
of ant.l over tat attotntt og~ a credit of iwelve
montthe. 'Theu putrcha.<cts wiltl t'e retpnired to
give note amnd .win apiprove'l suretines.
'The title of the pronperty nit ch~angend ttntil
the' tertms or an te are complied iWith.. antd iif re.
sold!. at tihe rik of1 the former purchtee.
Wilt bue rented at thec samne timte and pnace.
F. (G. MARTIN, Admtn'r.
Nov 18 43
B Y irtuof' s no lder fro'm Johnn IHill.
' sq. rdnarv of' l'lgefield District. I
sinhni prsoceedn to se'!l. 8tine htighestt hiddenr. nit
tiy residlenre. on Fridavn (he 18th Decembenr
n'xt. tine fosllowvini prospetmy. hnetunging to thte
Estatet of Mars. Snusan Boyd.denneed. viz':
Stock of Cautle, Honuseheold anl Kitchen
on a credtit of twelve muembtst, whiir nole an
Admtinisratnr wiuth thne twill unnexedt,
Nov.i18 'it 43
STATF. OF SOUT h CA ROLIA..
1N TillE COUR't' OF OltDINARY.
Y JOlhN HlILL. Esqiuire, Ordinary
Whereas, .Joseph Craflon, haith ap
plied to tre Ijir Letters of Admuinistratioin,
on all and sitnuIar the goods and chattels.
rights andl credits- of H-entry Wasre, late uf
thec District aforesaid,. deceased.
These are, terefore, to cite and ardmon
ish all and singular, thme kindtred and credi
tors of' the said' decased, to lbe and appear
before moe, af our next O'rdinaery's Court
for the saidl Disti'iet, to lbe hoiden ati Edge
field .%'ourt 'tionse, on the 30th day of No
veim ter iflst., to show cause. if any, wily
the said administratiorr should- 'urt be
Givent under mry hand and seal, l'his the
16tht dlay of' November. in the year of our
Lord one thnoubantr eight hundred and..uii.
ty' six. antdl in the seveno y Ir!t year' of
. JOHN HliLL, o. -.Dn.
november 16 2t 43
* M~ge Landi for &ae.
1LL be sold ont the first Mondavia
Deember next. at Regfield Cour~t
House, a 'Valuable triter of lani.fontaiin~g
anoe hundred and six teen- acres, morme or
less-Where Joshua WVarren, deeasedr for'
me'ri .lived, on 'the Columbia Rtoild'ad'.
foiuih 16rids of R; Ward,' .Jes.-McCairty,
amid Mr. ftaiies~ On- the premises are:!
-ged, epitrom'eble D 4sIling R-ouge,-ud all
necessary.,otbiliidinI;;~8~ 6 tbeMlls of
excellencte'r. ''bh., pt~ t ' oo
berms ma'dknoqtns op til ay tsal~e
State f8otdi -Carolina.
, NDG Nhf RICT,
Anl oln nigriet sbi.
I'way, a Mary Ann. Hollo- j
way, by their. Guardian -Levi
r.4oflloway. Applienis, "Partition
BYn' rder from Jnliu ili1. E'.q.O-di=
nary or it District afnlegaid, I will pro.
ceeeltss .at. Ed eel Court House, Oil
the 6ict::donday in December nekt, in
th,'bireistated case, a tract of land be
longing tbeheEstate-of Lowellen G. [lot
lowa*y, eased, situa te-din did District;
on R# reek; witerr of Turkey creel.
coot nt foui' hinndred and sixty-six
acres,-m Vi. or less, adj.,iiiigtif itad: of
Levi .:, Ultiloway, James .t. HInr
tison, Saiipspn Sullivrirg and others, un a
credit of twelve months,.
' The purchaser will he required to give
hond wvitiftw approv'ed seeu-ities. anti a
mortgage of thepremises tn the Ordindry,
to secure.teP purc hnse money.
.Coststo he pai'dlin cash.
. 150C1LW RR ,. S. E. 1i.
Nosv1, ii 4t 42
Stafe of South CaoIi n,
Williuin Flin: and (others, Ap
- pHieats, vs. I
:M1ny Plinn. widow of . Partilion.
Etmund Flinn, I
BY an order from John Ilill, Ecq.. Or
dinary of the District of afresaid. I will
proceed to sell in the above stited rnse,
at Edgefeld Court House, on the First
Monday in December next. a tract of land
belongiug to the estate of l':dmund Flinri,
deceased, containg one hundred and fr'ur
acrls, iore or less, siitnatd in sdid Di-trict,
adijnining laids of Hiedu'y Langley. Alfred
Reel. T ias Rodgers, and others.
Andbi so, one individed tenth part 01
anshter tract of land belonging to Ithesamt
estate, containiug in the whole three hiun
dred acres, more or less, whereon Naney
Flinmn nowe liven, adjoining lanit of Hugli
Mosefey, Willian Hamilin and other
each to be sold on a credit of twelve
1urchasers being required to give hotd
with two approved sureties. and mortgage
of the premises tothe Ordinry to secure
the purchase money.
Costs to be paid in cah.
1U. BOULWARE, q. F. D.
Nov. 11 - 4t 42
&R S. R6-4-RTS.
'OFFER FOR SALE. CHEAP FOIl
1000 pairsrNetro irogaud.
A. irge assortineut of Crockery and lard
2000 io NejtrCloth; halfr wool,
" Cninme oan
5 barrels 1r1811 Potatoes.
20 boxes $ x 10 and 10 x 12 (hiss.
.10 kess of Wetherill's White Lead,
5 hatrels Soda, Sugar and Butter l3is
I hartel new Almnnds,
1 ease Preserved flinder,
1 cask l:glish Porter. in pints,
1 box Candied Citron, -
I keg Brazil Nut.
A large .assortmnent of Tstys, Gaimes, Dolls
The funnty. ver fin'iy na aniusing gami
of tue Candlle Family.
With liooks. Stationery. Drugs nnl Med
icitnee, atl ndatty ot her hew and deosira
Isle Goods, expresely ptrhased foar thiu
market, nuri for sale at price< to altrr
a grear'er inducement thn ever.
Eilgefleld C. 11.. Nov. 11 42
For sale,. ,
FJ J1 Hotse and Lot *here John .ini
.1 Clark Simkins Iiyed.*. adjoinin~ 'hi
resid~ence of Thomnae B. lIarve'y, near th:
Vilinge. Th'e lot ha.s ahiotn seven acre
in i't, aitf is comfortablg Ikixe. Arlso, th
honses ands tract of ltand w~ here Mr. Biroad
fordi resid~es, on ste Entgutsta road near t<
the Psoor House. atnd adjoining Richarn
F. W. PICKENS.
Nov. Ii :t 42
Utley'% Strawv Cutter.
E take this tmethoh tit annonncing thtr
TVthe right to U-rJ.t.' STn~uw CU-r-r
for Edgstield ilistrict, 1'Ie16tig tu the subscri
Tlhose who may isht~ to putrchtase,. an hesre
nrter, nytant writing to the saheerihierre, obti
a miachin~e either at Ilambutrg or E.Igefieold.
The lawd or Congress u pon this stubject,
enpy or wvhich the lIon. A. Burt line seti
this plasce, may he rezmel with profit by thio
wh'o have seen: fit to vinide'theun'.
Edgefiebi C. H., S. C.. Nov. -I1 42J :f
Leist ikis Day,
TN ehanging a larger Niote, it ten dolla
J. .ilI on the llrunswick Batnk, a lith
torn at the left sideaud patched, was give
by mistake for a one 'dollar uitoe. Thi
receiver will oblige by retularnig it.
R, 'S. RLO~I3TS.
Etdgefteld C. [1., Nov. .11 if 4
NE Il Estate of MAn-rm 13. Lovat~r.ss, dec'
.~ leintg Derehect. thtose indebtedt to sai
d'eensedire herelby notified to make immt
dinte pajmieft. sin4dtlose htaving denunds t
pireseust them duly attetd.
* MN-ltHILL, 0. E D
an~gust 5 tf
L~prnshaaig denmntiragaiust thm
esste of David lehrderent, are req ues
ed -to presellt them:.immediaisly,a properly a
tesed, and all debtprsfihajastate, irwe reqgne
to attke prompt-pamen; as the .atfairs of th
estate are aboutZ'tbhiosAda .
-'JA* B: .GUIGNA4.D,
. -1 Ezccts.2
O?-We are ua thoriisdtou llandbanc
MARSHAL R. SMITilda~eadidal
grghe fr f e S~'~~fe
. F BRE will-he soklybftheinhdifriigheit,
V one the 14tn Loi Decembe .next on a
credit or twelve -months. at -th19Q late residence
of Thomas J HNibliler 'deceased,
48 Likely Neyrd .
,Eighty or One hIandred balri of cotton.
Siitteeif 1rkes and -Mides; a inrge aimbridi
Hogs, Cattle and Sheep. three thousand hnuslels
dflCorn; :- large quantir-y of.Fodder, one leot of
Cotton;Seed,.and .eed Qats, &c. onusehold
and Kitchen Furniinri, Pl aition Tool .nI
one eet of hicksiinith Tools. Alio oie Buggy
and Caringe; two' Rornd aiSoti and slainees,
t%.Cart nnd two pair of Oien. ' -
The Saile will ebanmench it the ltardnl ri~r
place.'and allerienrils lie dhdtinnahd at thWtattan
Hill place, until all the articles enuimernted are
disps~ed of. .ha.n
All peren having demands against the Es
ate, are reqiested to prevent the-n duly iittet
el; nhd all persons indebted to the Ftate are
urged Id mnke payment. as a fnatl Mettlenieni
01 ti4 estate will be mulde na sonti as the Ianw
directA. J. P. PERRIN;
Nov 2, I14f 61 41 Administrator,
Land for Sale.
Y consent o.tf parties. .will be sold. for di
vion. at EdPfield Court Hodse. on the
first Monday in December next, (if not diap w
ed of liy ptiv te sale before that time.) a tract
of Land dbntairing 13l acres. iore or less,
sitiute on the road leading (roni Ilewit's Ferry
to flambnag. twenty font miles from the fiar
mer pla:,. adjoining laddsbelniging. to Benj.
M urrel,Thomas De Lnh, aind uhers;, it hei.ang
the premises on which James Wiggins, dec'd.,
A credit orono year will be given. A note
and np prov'ed seenrity ofcnuarse will be regnir
ed of the ptrchaee-r. Any person wishing to
purchase nt private -ile wnMatd do weli to iap.
ply to JOIIN KD1.E. or
. WETLEYV B 11 ltNES.
Naovember .1 5t 41
A FElALE TEACFll-.R. to take charge
- of a small School. fir the ensning year.
1'he locnumi of the School is near the road
leading from Edgefield Conrt flmae ta Aiken.
One that can eonme well recnmaend-d will
meet with Eiatployment at mi reasonable salarv.
Applienatin a iny be nritdt thrringh the Post
Oiihe, Edgelield, or toa:ither of the sauscriber;
. MARTIN PUSEY.
Nut 2. 1946. if 41
Nadils, Castiirs, &c.&a.
0 Kegs Nails, su perior quality
hebter tla:aaa any ofered before i
4000 LBS. Spartanburgs
1 0 0 0 superior qality.
2 O O YDS. or extra NEGRC
CLOTH, all-wool fillinj:
A good lot of Sole matUpiseLEATHER,
S.- F. GOODE..
nnovmier4 if 41
G. L.& L.PEN.W,
.aR. Now avKCrIVIo. -
TIlEIRt Enll.antd Winter 50oda
A embracing at eery large gud''desigabita s
thlien t of.
Staple and Fancy GOodds,
and every variety of .rticles tanatly kept -il
their line,-whiclh they otter for.sale, on accoti
october 2d tf 40
! .nshels .Seed. Bye. for sae i
Sacks of 2,nd :t hushels each, at 8
ier unshel, the sacks throwd uin.
G; & . PENN.
oct'ober 2S ti 40
Ouar stock of Shoes i-1 tnnsnnli
a~rg'. uofeve-yv variety, to sulit th
Asason, nad el 'op..
october 28 - - itf 4t0
hats and Caps,
ow receiving by the suabscriber
J utavr hmrte stock oaf Fashtensl
be aints & Caps, for genath
-ameat undia boys
octobe 2~ E. L. &. E. PENN.
Edst or Stoleug
~ ..T the reside.nce of Wushainagton Freenmat
ill thai.: l.)i-aric' on thme 14th1 Septeniher.
smallI reut S Ali'O jf tiLL. Wiithi hIt a kspaots. cot
tain ig al sall Pocket 1900~k. whichi hoouk con:
I siaiied stir~try p'nlperma. 01' no vaihfe except
the subhscriber. Aathong thle papers, there 1s n
oabligaitiona. ar hoand. (ramwn in favor of bliI
Saraha i. Fremam:m, dlmaed k5th Septeiner 1842
liar onei lmndred~ and twenty ajollars. an'd signe
lby Wmn. A. Crodieur .mnd Siinrty Cook ..thairt;
damllairs of said bond' has teen p'nid bay iih
.drawees, anad a sepuarate receipt given for iih
I samle. aignaed b'y Sniah E. Feemian. Tha
*Pocket B~oak also cojnaned 1 $5 bill, 4 1&ceti
pieces, ad 2-5 cenat pieces.
-SARAH D. FREFA1AN.
Snoveamber 4 2t* 41
N Mndany last, at Ed efield Village,
I~Fsmall WVallet Pocket Ii ok, contammg u
note of hand, but no money. The aawner Ci
have the same bay proving property and pnyini
for this adve tisem~ent. Enaqmre at the al ol
r Nov4 . -t4
. L., Persons having d!eands agamst. tha
Sestate of Jatel Roper, Sear.. de'cd.. are re
qafemted to present them legally attested'. an
Snose indebted are requeasate.l to ake itmmeal
-t'ate payment. JUEL/ROPE Rt, Adm'ir.
novemabet 4 dfi4
-1L'ersonas invitag depunands against the es
tate of Charles Liwbecker, dlec'd., are re
n aested to prOeet~ them 'egpally aittes-teil, an
those tmdebted ale re'qtbest'ed to make inenta
dinte'ltaymfelif. . .
FREEM3AN G. ROPER, &Ar'T
no vemlier. * . if 41
- AKERY. .
'Tl fE unidersigued hirvibg recently con
~nenc'ed the. above-btisines4, in ti
b. laces resped (ud'1; dlicits the pat o~
age .o'the: pulice. -:~
lHe intenddkeepi ng(dii haM n ~ n
asarmeht-of Cpirfecdolti2&i.4,A f
- 6 S. P.F
* dgefletd'C. H., ugustl ~ .
d~A.L- efen16h~4nd6inands again. ii
a a~ste of Heanry Cavdhed.,PLreq es
R E na WIfhei
Our ne&S ' wi
seuaon. intpde' he
And we cnit'tiown.6'ec wiri
pricesaitUgetlic'.below those -Iought esi
the season Our asiortmedtistdo enteggdve,
eIamerate dritclei . :But otlrjcflhtep y
Aefend uipon "'dtin ;hor ers -1'
tils fien,, and giois -
at prces to slit;.wut:oua the1odl.,oM r
In iiulion to, our ?tia oED I
(OODS we havea.e adso tn
nd Mfi'esi f3ONNAET; leadig 1 "',e
SI10C$ t r pei. Fludo:"Gilti
Window Shades, &e:.
ocioaher 28 8
MIerchant -Tailor" shop ,i
T H E Tailur 8Sop lately kelidss our low.
T ; ri tvIe to ilie building formerly&oem.
Pied by . D. .PLUNKETT. nearly opposite
our Store7 where we are. iow prepared :to-ex
hiljit ti the nilspection of oup friend, cepsto
met andi the iublic a rduch Isrje,, fineras
than live ever before bseen ofIered in a similar
lstablisins:,gast in Ii anhunre-alio an excellet -
assortnent et Cort.-n. Silk and Merino Saitai
and D nfivA is, Satin. & :elf-adjunstIng S-ocxsj
hlos.ai,. (oi..Aa4, CRAVATS. PoCge HAtn
Itt: curet.-, G.ovis. SlrustlianS. &c. &c.
The :llannfinctnring eInIittmtnent is nider the"
Sutperintendance ibMr.H.B Gooialtci, whose
experience and taste c:snnnt fail to give sativ.
faction to all who may favor oit shop with
All wurk inde at. nor shop fA RRAJ4T.ED
to please both in FIT and IVORKMANSHI1'
or no sale.
WI. KFTCHUM & CO.
Hntburg, October21; 1846.
october 28 't- 40
Vaissable n Lai dlii -
FOR SALE-IN THE MOST DESIRf
ABLE PORTION O'F
H1E Subscribers offer fi sato their valti
. able LANDS sitsited in Jeffersoncout
ty, Florida, lying directi.tori:hd.Ocelar river,
canatuinirlg about eighteen hatfadredacres pitui.
ated on .a.pubbc road, ,within njpe mil's of
Monlir.ellb, a flouri4,iny village. ali t tir: .
or 4(f niiles of iiarket, one thousini 'aireso
the ibve hand ii limniock of tIfE ,frti de,
dnd a largd portion of th reminder Ire oak
and hickory. On theireuties drea DVItilg
hlonse 48 by5) feet not quite fitiishd.together
n ith other necessary out buildings, The Laal
is well .watered and timbeted. There are :5.
ncresof open land on the remises, rtearlyi
wbicbt ro fresh pimecI, :and In etifpoib e
cowdi inti fair eti ivatiid .
This trnct of fditdcis aterd tind a ihbiat
indnilerces will iegitei-to'db ppoie'pifr.
chaser. If desired tdie faffd'*uitthetdi*ided td
suit purchasers. . .. -
D. F. HOLLINGSWOR'HL
.M, E. HOLLINGSWORTH. ."
october 21. - .- And
Q L' Tfie ClfariisioiiCodrier rind Greenvile
Monntainer will giyethe above four insertions;
semi oinilily, and forwsrd i~o6bW id this
- office. . ' .4
La di, Stock, &c. For Slte.
THS l-8iscriber inhvW offers' for dale, the
Plantation on which he now lives, on the
(2:sth) twenty liftlday ofNuoemberitext; con
taining (560) five hundred and 'sixty acres,
miore or loss., lyiung on tlle ntorth prong of the
H-alfwvay Swamp, 'Eaters of Seinda river, about
one buidreal and frfty ncres of fresh cleared
Land, well adapted to the growth of Cotton,.
Coin, aiid sinall maid, and tall iinderexeent
f ence i out (')ites hailrosre orod
land, well timnberedf, with a Dwelling House'
nnd good otit bailin~gs, #ithit a spring nd Eel~
both sxcellenit. Those #5ishibg.t p10 ts,
will do' well ro'datl tard examine for themselves,
as J aMn determined rosell witfhont.reee.
Likewise-On thepame glay;andd at the same
pila'co.l shall preceedi to sell Corn,Foilder, a'hd
L' 'lantation Tools; t nexeellent road Wagon.
with' a small inigtfo' Wagnand fuin' head
of go~od woric Horses uand inles., ith omne'
olliersinock. JOHN CHRISTIE.
netuberit 64 t 38
STA TE OT SOUT H CA ROLINA;
IN THE COURT OF.ORDiNARY
- octionr 10' 18& I '6. .
;Lucy Sanders; kpplitant; y4. )Sumawwad
gRodger Thoma-inand.:wfeiland bPtarea
p oikeri, D'etendfan(J. ..
IJT appearing' to 6'j s'atisfndtiomn, 'tiaifRod'
ri.Ie Th infts indsife Carolii,:is/d Mary
Ann WVelch,. a' ghfni, liNv *iahqtt thE limits
aof this State; it is th'erdt,'a 6VEed,tlat-thef.
edo appear amrdohjecato AustitordiviisoP of
ethe real estate of Nailhaonet'Sanders,.dec'd., en'
or before the first Monday in January next, or
thei'r co'nsent to tlle sam-e wili 6ie enteid of re
cord. Glien under gny li'and at my~ offies the?
day and date shove wrtion'.
*ocfnbrl4 XJhN HILL o 'Ain.
etedbusiness to~ a final -ls~oe
morecand.for the last tihe vWguld sausqeastlysm
press' upon all perioniJndebidi to themn, th6
neest ffrtihwith dtokinig all demanrd due
They d'w most feapsectfully renuest'anit iin*
cerely hope. that all wlin owe'tteulmIillImake'
hir ar'rangenemsitoottde such dues duri -
the Fall anid Winter. .At !the sameiz1ne, cati'
dour regnires thatswe should safgelII such claihze
as remain ucisettled tat retn'rn-:da forftgardh
Court next, ;nust be settled withi q ier persons
- detober.28 - O'
Glass Pfud assesc
A Ned artiM'E, iogh wt6ilar asvrt
:B nent'oht D "'i. St ,S ES
fr Rnptura. n4#r aesnd uti.ul
Sbte oIr .cnfi O"eDIk
~I1tl Shu l.
P .oe th any ned a
offite of Ta~n~en nag m