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ESPECTFULLY invite-the: antenti
general, to their extensive aud-well se
FJLL J.D Wl
Comprising a complete assortment of II
- Among the leadi
"ich Satin strip'd Lustreen,
" 66 Plaid Brilliantes,
Jenny Lind Plaid Silks,
Cavaignae and Oregon Plaid,
Satin strip'd and Plaid Cashmere,
New style French worked Collars,
Black and White figured Laces,
SILK FAtNUEs. BUTTONS
Fancy and Plain Cassrrnere,
Englistt and American Tweeds,
Sattiuetts and Kentucky Jeans.
A general asc
fATS. CAPS, BONNETS. FLO\
Gents and Boy's BOOTS. Ladie. SE
-H %RDWARE. CUTLERY. GLAE
TIN WARE, DRUGS & MEDIC
LAMP. TRAIN & TANNERS O
CARPET BAGS, HARNESS &
900 Pr. NEGRO SHOES.
3000 Yds. NEGRO CI.OTH,
25,000 lbs. A SS O
All the above Goods with a large Stock
too numerous to nention, will be sold at pr6
tomers w receive pa-ticlar attention. That
favors, a cootinua.ce is solicited.
Oct. 11 1848
T HE Subscriber acting as Assignee for C.
A. MEIGS. will sell at Auction on Wod
nesday 25th of October, at the Store of the
Late . A. Meigs at Ed;efield Village. the
remaining Stock of Goods of the- said C. A.
Meigi, consisting of Dry Goods Groceries,
Cutlery, Hardwarc, Medicines, &c.
.-Terms of Sale.-A credit on all sums over
Ten dollars until the 1st day of Feb next, the
purchaser giving note and good security. All
sums under Ten dollars cash.
All persons indebted to the Concern are
requtested to,settle up immediately, and persons
having claitns against the Estate, will present
them properly attested to
SAM UEL BROOKS, Assignee.
Oct.11 . 3t 38.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL NA.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Elizabeth Bracknell, App't. I Summons
William Bracknell. and Partition.
.BY an Order from John lill, EFq..
Ordinary of the District aforesaid, 1
. will proceed 'to sell at Edgefield Court
Hause, onaie first Monday; id November
next. the lands belonging to tbe. estate of
John :Bracknell, dec'd., .situate 'in "the
Districr and State aforesaid, on the road
leading from Abbeville Court House to
etinhur d 'adjoining lands of D. P.
"- ' t:;, oni b To iisiJohn P. Self,
.,:~~ ~ ,s , :i r;?we :humJr' andi
- ; 6 ssld 'on. a :c t
o the Ordioat;
" S. CH RISTIE,-s. E. D.
erOcober-10, 1848 4t 38
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDiNARY.
others, A pp'c.- Summons in
*-- Middleton Jon'es and P ttin
others, Def'ts. )
- )Y an order from J..hn Hill. Esq.. Or-.
.EJdinary of the D)istrict aforesaid, I
will prnceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Monday in Novembher next, the
lands belongit g to the Estate of Jdsepth
-Jones, Deceased, situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on the wnters of Ste
phens Creek, waters of Savannah River,
adjoining lauds of Sellh Butler. David
Bunchb, Mirs. Blrigg-s, James Curry and oth
ers, cotntaining seventy-one acres more or
less, be sold on a credit of twelve mothe
The purchaser will be required to cive
bond and two approved securitwes, and a
rnortgage of the premises to the Ordinary.
to secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in cash.
S. CH RISTIE, s. E.D
Oct. 11 1848 4r. 38
STATE OF SOUTH CA OLIN.1
Frank Burt, Treasurer.
TuIly F. SulIivan, andl *'''''
N OTICE~ is heretiy givena that by vir
tue of the decree of the Court of
Equity in this case. I shall sell at Edlgefi--Id
Court House on the first Motnday in No
That lot or piarcel of Land in Hamhturg.
known and designated as No. 71. in the
original plan. bounded South by Market
street, North by Mercer stree', East by
---street. and West by H amilton and
*Kernagahn,. (No. 72) and containing fifrv,:
(50) feet front -on M~arket street, and 200
feet deep to M!uercer street.
Said Lot or parcel of L and will be sold
for one third of the purchased money cash,
-and the balance (2..3) on a credit of unwelve
-month., on bond with good sureties.
The titles to be signed, but not delivered
till the purchase money be fully paid.
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E. K. D.
Commtiuuioner's Office, Oct. 10th, 1848.
Oct. 11 4t 38
C1OL JOHN BAUSKETT is appointed
. moyatorneyduing my temporary ab
- -R. S. ROBERTS.
Edgefleld, C. HI., 9th Oct. 1848.
Oct 11- tf 38
(17 rjThe friends of Col. JO HN HILL an..
- iounce hinm ats a candidate for Sheriff of Edg..
field District at the next election.
- S..p13 tf- 3A4
in ft iheir customers and the irade in
ected stock of
rTE R GOODS
e newest and most fashionable styles,
i_ articles are
Engiish and American Prints,
Bombazines and Alpaccas.
Black and colored figred Silks,
Enli<h and Scotch (inghams,
Sup'r Pt. id Cashmere Shawls,
Large Silk Shawls and Visits,
Roh Roy anl W,ol net do,
AND MUSLIN TRIrNGS,
Linen and Morena Shirts,
Over Cnats and Sacks.
I'-spn and Figured Satin Vestingq,
VF.iRS and RIBBONS,
IOES and POL.KAS BOOTE ES.
iS, CHINA & CROCKERY WARE,
INES, WHITE LEAI) IN OIL,
L. SAi)DLK RY. TRUNKS,
Fine BED &. NEGRO BLANKETS,
12 000 Ihe. CUT NAILS from 4 to 40,
if Dm.rnestics and many fancy Articles,
es to suit these hard times. Cash Cus
ikful to our regular Customers for past
New Goods Arrived at
R. CA WSS & Co'S
New Cash Store.
' iNG 1HA % Umbrellas. 374 to $2 ench.
l.men Cambric [H.ndkerchiefs from 10
to 50 cents each.
I Case new -tyle dre:<s Prints 6. to 124 cents
I do. furniture chintz6G to20 cents per yard.
Pcs. All Wool red and white Flannels from 20
to 374 cents per yard.
Pcs. 6.4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings 14
cents pet yard.
Pcs. 4 4 " " " Shirtings at 8,
10, and 124 per yard.
Satinets and Kentucky Jeans 31J to 50 cents
Pcs. While Furniture Frnge, 18 yards in piece
only 75 cents
Gen's black and colored Italian Silk Cravats
from $1 to 82 each.
Ladies silk neck ties 31, 50 and 62h cents
Bonnets for Ladies and Misses
Of the newest styles and most desirable kinds,
such as Fine Drawn and Honeycomb Silk,
Florence Braid R''land. Adelaide Braid, Chinra
Penrl. English split Straw. Devon's ilack
Bonnets in reat vat iety, at prices ranging from
$1.25 to $400.
Flowers and Ribbons
Of every style and quality,sotne of which are
of,.the latest importntion. -
Brown Sugars 10. 11, and 13 pounds for $1.
Rio Coll'ee.10 pounds for $1.
Raisins. Black Pepper. Starch, and Fresh
-Suleratus.125 etn. per pound.
Soft shell.Alimonds'and Castile soap 25 etc per
}1rnsTea a good article 5oets.. per pound.
.pjces of all kitids.
Speri&and Tallow Candles 20 nd 374 per
BOOTS and SUOES
HATS and CAPS.
Gent's fine 'French Calf stich Boots .from
$3,50 to $4 a pair..
do. Sewved an,d Pegged Shoes.
Boys Brogants froim 624 75 and $1 per pair.
Servant's large size Slips at 45 cts. per pair
Ladies Fin,e Kidl and Walking Ttes.
Misses Ties.and Brotees.
Infant Shoes of all Colors and Quality.
Boys & Mena's glazed Caps from 124 to 25 cts.
Men's cloth Caps from 31.1 to 75 ets. each.
"Mohan PIttsh. a t $1.
SNavy Caps with covers $2.25 cts.
HA RDW VA R E, CROCK ERY and
G LASSW A RE.
Perfumery. arnd Fancy Articles.
And a getneral assortment or other goods too
nuimerouts to mention, all of which will be sold
low for cash.
- Rt. C. & CO.
Oct 11 2t 38
More Clheap (6 vods!
- HOGS I EA D heautifi Sugar I I pounds
I Box iiap, 1t0 cen ts a Ber.
3 Boxes Adamnanti,ie Candles 374 cents a
1 Box Black Tea very fine.
I Bag BhI:ck Perpper 124 cents a poutnd.
1 Box Superb Chewing Tobacco 75 cents a
2 Boxes tine do do 374 ets.
4 do do do 25 "
2 do common do do 1'24"
Segara of approved B rands at all prices.
Fir sale by Rt S. ROBERTS.
Oct11 2t 3d
T H E Subscriber has inst received his PA LL
and WINTER STOCK of GOODS
consisting in part of a splendid lot of
WVorstrad Goods for La diesv Dresses
nC all kinds. ar fie lot of Ginighamns. English &
American Prnnts, Col'd & Black A4lpacca's,
A LARGE AND SPENDID STOCK OF
Negri' Shoeas, Bintiket- & Kersevs. Groceries,
HIardware, Crockery. Hats & Caps.
To which h -invites his frienuds. and the
pubFc to call and exdumiue, before purchasing
elsewhere. nunhe feels confident that he can
give satisfaction to all who may favor him with
a call.. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 10. 1848. tf 38
2nd Regiment Cavalry, S. C. M.
Edgefild C. H , Oct. 5th, 1848.
Orders No. 9.
A Coutrt Mvartial will convene at Edgefield
Cour t Ilotuse on Monday the 6th of November
next, to try all defaulters of the Edgefield
quadron of Cavalry for the Regimental Re
view at Longmhi res on the 26th Sept last.
The Court will cionsist of Capt. Rob't Meria
weter. Presdent ; Lieutenants D. M;Glover,
lasper Yelde.ll. anid James M Harrison: Mem
ers; Cornets WV. Hall arid B. H. Miller
Suprtnumseraries ; John Talbert, Judge Advo
ate. . -
By order of TIlOS. WV. LANJA M.
Col 2ntd Regiment, 1st Brigade Cavalry. 1st
Oct ii, . Division, S. C. MW.
Report of the Commis
From 30th Sept. 1847 to 30th Sept.1
Pauper Lunatics in the Asjjluin.
Harriet Bleaze. Died Nov'r., 1
18th 1847. dead 1
Ancehal Morgan, 1
Mrs. Foster, 1
William Samuel, 1
Number in Asylum. 3
Paupers Names at the oor House.
Auney Boadney, 1
Bonjamin Bushy. re'd at poor 1
house, May I Ith, 1848
Francis Childress. left poor 1
house. June 18th, 1848.
Maranday Cread and three
children. ree'dl at poor
house. April 17th, and
left July 10th. 1848.
Elisha Die, wife & I%wo 2
daughters, Mary & Eady,
Margaret Frish, I
Ceiley Falkner, and her ; 5
Eliza Fountain. left poor t
house. Dec. 22. 1847.
Edaline Fountain and two
children. left poor house 3.
Dec. 22. 1847.
Morris Fowler, 1
Naucey Gardner. re eived at t
poor house, Aug. 17. 1818,
James Gardner, left poor 1
house. A ug. 30, 1848, 1
Vicey Lee. 1
Nancy Mays, 1
Francis Maya, 1
Catharine Maithis and two
children, left poor house, 3
April 8th, 1848,
John Norman, 1
Sat ah Plimale and child, 2
Sarah Pulatty. rec'd at poor . 1
house. Nov. 15. 1847.
Nancey Rowe, 4
Genrge Rhoden and wife
rec'd at poor house, June 2
Dr'tcilla Rogers & Richard 2 I
Number carried up, 40
Robert Br yan, 7'reasurer, in Account u
Edge/ield District, from 30th.
Oct. 6. Paid Sundry accounts
to Po"-r House,
" 23. " Sundry accounts:
Paupers to Poor
Nov. 19. " To A+sylutn. Spinin
to Poor House, -
24. " 100 hushels Corn, 1
Beef. cleaninig Well
Dec. 6. " To 9,064 lbs. Pork,
Corn. Furniture. Flt
Feb. 7. udy~acut
-14. " Lto hcs a
April 3. " Lo Flu.Hln
May 2. " Sudyacut,F
Jttne 3 to 21. " Snr cons a
Augut 7& 1. " Sundry accouznts fo
Sept.4.or 45 acs ad $4a
30. B. . Brall acco
Alay, fork Beef
S munt aidcout, Fr
Ocr G. Cashon and reotel,
Jly 6. Ad"o roin Agent urr
"27. d o dsyu or
Augs 7 &. do Su daco.m
Sept. 4. do 5ace Lado 86
N.B He a l vied4.70
Set 3. C" By Ca's aido
Medicines. C ash hare
T HE "k odtne Ah Bardrow again
ol ay to"h dfd Delmission,.
FoCh irtai ast rcl,ihve f. lite0th.&
Oct. 6.tas onan 3eore toI
sioners of the. Poor of
48 iJJnsftonq D. L. Wardlaw,
Nturber brought up, 40
Jnh'dStnry and wife, 2
Sir h'Siith, reed at poor ? 1
h-use, Sepr.13. 1848, -
Prue 'Smith; received at ?
- 1i ^rhou-e,* Sept: 13, 1848.
Ric itrdi Taylor, - 1
Mmia :Taylor, I
Pet, Vsughn. ree'd at poor
h.fueJan'y 25. 1848, and I
le rJuly 5th, 1848.
Joh }White. 1
M.ill ;Woh,' rec'd at poor
h 4useApril 15. 1848, and 1
d av 21. 1848.
Mrsl Brenan, died Jan. 9,1848, 1
"1'umber of Paupers, 54
Sn n Branan, 2
iA y..)Viiod. 2
Left as stated.
F. .hildress,. 1
M. 'read, and. three children, 4
Elia Fountain, I
Ed line Fountain and 2 children, 3
J_ irdner,' 1
C. "athis and two children, 3
Pet rViughan, 1
o. Dead -and left Poor house, 16
-> o.-Remaining at Poor house, 38
SETH BUTLER, Chairman.
Jon 11rnv. Clerk. -
Ro T. Ajtyam, Secretary.
7ith Eke 'ammissioners of the Poor of
Sepf.84j,.o3 I 1st Sept. 1848.
br ;ercridit.e, Bacon,
Sugr, an(i9aig Paupers
or ' Work. taking
ouse ;bb!-ce for Ceiling,
t .or Iu er, account fot
Salt, f ware, Hauling,
. genats aelary
-r., -, 555 '0
nas .ushel36 00
- 8 06
ve,Barre-Fl dt\and other
kng. &c. 65
., Agen' s 1st Qu&r
agu,SPuar 'Coffee, 'i
rniture, Corn, 2 Cows and 260
ing Pauiper to Poor House 730
Salary.. Sundry accounts,
Sugar, Colfee, Merchan- 252
u'per Lunaties. 150 0t0
SLand. &c., 16 25
,68, account for Wool and.
nt for Sundries Mrerchan
rdware, Crockery, Shoes,
un's paid, &c., -155 15
account 'for WVool and
. . 10 50
SSalary, 90 00
oro, Flour and Lumber, 48 27
,toutit paid out, $3,348 87
4 per eeni, 83 71
tm 30t h Sept. 184Y to 30'h -
* $3.432 58
SE Ti BJT LE R, Chairman.
pt. 1847 to 30tN Sept. 1848.
)ct Term last, .1,910 34
ceived, of Public Stock, 65 67
.Executions, &c., 9 95
in Treasurer's hands, $1,985 96
P C., Taxes of 1547, 100
do do 200
do do 500
do do 500
do , do' 38069i
do *; do 100
do . do ,250
do / do 100
do -. do - 200
. 2,330 62
rcent, 58 26 $2.272 36
* p4.258 32
e 1st Januar last for poor
he Gejseral Tax.
- $8S25 14
ROBT. BRYAN. Treasurer.:
JOIIN H UIET, Clerk.
JFORE WARI'4 all person from trading for
aB note given bw me to Wiley Holloway for
Ninety dl ars duethe first of Jannary, sigh
teen hundred ,and fifty, and dated September
the 23d 1848. as [ never intetnd to pay te said
note, nor,,any part thereo, tenless compelled
by J,aw,ata the conditions for which'tho above
note was given, has failed..
ROBT. D. BRYAN.
-On~9ti, 1848. - if 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
N N'HE :COURI' OF ORDINARY.
EA pp't. Summons
Plilip Clark. and others
.Defendants. ). Partition
Y an Order from John Hill. Esq.
'.Ordittary of the District aforesaid, I
will piroceed to sell at Edgefield Courl
House, on the first londay in Novembei
text, lands belonging to the estate of Eliza.
beth Clark, ec'd.. situate in the Districi
and State aforesaid, on Dalton Creek,
waters of Savannah River, adjoining lands
of Henry Stone, Mr. Fortnor. James
Tompkins. RItert Wallace, and James
Martin. containing one hundred and sev
enry acres more or less, be sold on a cred
it of twelve months.
The Putchuser will be required to give
bo:td atd two approved securities, and a
mortgage of the premises. so the Ordinary
to secure the purchase money.
Cost to be paid in Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
Oct. 10, 1848 4t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Lucinda Outs, and others
N OTICE is hereby given that, by
virtue of an Order fomit the Court of
Eguity in this case, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgelield Court House, on the first Mon
day in November next, the three .Ilowing
tracts of land, belonging to the estate of
Peter O,,tz. dec'd., viz:
Tract No. I, contaitntg by survey of A.
R. Able, D. S., made 12'h September,
184S. One hundred end sixty-six and a
half ncres, (IG61) situate in the Ditrict
and State aforesaid, on Ilorsepen Creek,
and adjoining lands of John S. Sinyley,
T. W. County, Thomas Harvey, Willian
Dottn. Isaac d.tz and. Tract No.2, of the
Tract No. 2, containing by survey of A.
R.,Able, I). S., made 12th September.
1848, two hundred and forty-six (2-16(
acres, adjoining the tbove tract of land.
Isaac Ou-z. B. Outz and John S. Smyley.
Tract No. 3, or Jacob Ou'z tract, cot.
laining by survey of A. R. Able D. S.,
made 12th September. 1548, ninety-nine
(99) acres lying on Gantt's branch, and
adjoining lands held by Abram Outz, Isaac
Outz. William Dorn, and Henry Outz.
. Said lands will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, except for so much as
will pay the cost of tho suit to be paid in
cash. Purchaaers to give bond and good
sureties to sectre the purchase money.
S. S. TO.IPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Commissioners Office, Oct. 10, 1848.
Oct. 11, 1848, 4t 38.
GEIGER * PJRTMLOP.
H EREBY give notice that they continue the
WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION
BSINESS in the Town of Hamhbarg.:
having associated with Ihe--. JAMES L.
KrNar. the'Fira, tt tri future be
Geiger, Partlow A Knight.
t ..., tender to customere and planters gener.
ally, their services in the Storage and sale of
Cottton and other produce.
Advances wvill be. made when reqitire.d~ol
poduce in Store. and 'thcir chatrges will be
regulated by a due regard to the-statte -of the
l-lamburg, S. C. Sept. 1,1848..
Oct 4 12t . 37
The A bbeville Banner. Lai,rensville H erald.
Greenville Mountaiaeer, and Anderson Ga
zette will each insert to the amount of S5, and
forward account to -G. P. & K.
T H E followving are the terms of Boarding
&c., bsegonning 1st inst.
Boar ding exclus~iively, per motnth, S12 50
" and lodgng. " 15 00
Lbthts are fnrnished at a chtarge extra.
Oct 4 4t 37
T11IE Teachers "r E.dlgelieldi District. and
all concern'd in Tirat..ng Primnary, or
Elementary Schtools, are requtesterl m-~eet at
Edtgefield 'Village on Monday the 6th Nov.
-1848. a full attendance is requested, ais some1
hntsiness concernintg the Free School System,
will bet laid before them.
Oct 4 5t 37
Negroes for Sale.
WILL be suthl at Edgefleld Court lontse
Ott the first .Monday in November next,
if rnt disposed of previously sevetal likely
Negroes. Atty person destrons of purcasaing
wdittd do well to call and see them.
D. BIt JNSON, Ex'r.
South,.7 milem from thte Court llouse, on the
Oct4 . t 37
ALL persons indebted to D. ABBEY by
A note or acconutt as requested to call and
make immuediate settlemietnt as he exptects to
wind sip his butsiness and leave the State, by
complying with this request, they tuay stave
cost. D. ABBEY.
Oct 4. 2t 37
STRAYED from the subscriber on the 24th
itnst., twvo bay horses. One of these had
a yoke, and was shoi: in fronst, shoes consider
ably worn The other hmd on tno shoes nor anty
marks recollected. Boths horaeq are bays, otte
a very dark bay, and both naturatl pacers.
Atny itnformoaton about themr will lhe tl ank
fully received by the sttbscriber, living near
Duntonsville P. O. EDWA RD W ELCH.
Sept 28th, 1848.*
R. ELBERTr BLAND respectfully offers
his Professional Services to the citizens
of Edgefield village and vscinity.
*Oflice ncxt door to tire Court Hiouse.
Aug 16 tf 30 ,
Bacon an~d Lard.
. E Subscriber has just received a large
~supply of Choice BACON and Leal
LARD, which he offers low for CASH.
J. A. WILLIAMS.
Aug, 29th 1848. if 32
ALL persons indebted to the stubscriber,
- without distinction, are requested to make
immediate payment. P. 5. BROOKS.
nOc t f 37
11 A M 1 U I G, S . C .
RATEFUL for past favors. the subseria
ber hereby gives notice that his honse is
now in complete order. ind would respectfully
invite all persons visiting. Hambur; and the
trave-lling public to give him :t call. confidently
believing. that he can givetntire satisfction to
all those who desire a gniet orderly uionse,
conmfrtahle Rooms and lietds with as good a
table as the Market can furnish.
Stables. Lots and Carriage Houae in first
rate order and well supplied. A sober rind
attenrtive Hostler always in attendance. Par
ticular attention given to Horses left by per- :
sonis visiting Charleston or other places.
Carri:ages alwavs in readiness to convey
passengers to and from the Rail Road when
lorses aui Vehicles to Lit.
Oct 4 12t 37
Wm, Ketchum & Co.
T AKE pleasure in returning their grate
ful acknowl:dgnents lir the very hheral
patronage heretofore b estowed upon them. and
hope by liberality and fair dealing to merit a
We now invite the attention of our nnmef..
ons friends and customers and the public get,
erally, to onr new stock of
FiNE F ASIIIONABLE AND
'ILE A'P FANCY AND
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Selected by one of the Firm during the lst
month froi the
New York and Philadelphia Markets.
Our assnrtiient will comprise every article
ustally called for in this Market. and we pledge
ourselves not to be undetsold by any in Ham
btrg or Arngusta.
Goods always shown with pleasure. No
charge for looking.
Give us a call.
N. B. Store in the American Hotel Build
tugs, llamburg S. C.
Oct 4 12t - :17
ED(EFIELD, S. C.
P HIS splendid and commodious Edifice
lbeing completed is now opened to re
ceive both transient and constant Boarders
rind promises to furnish its patrons and 'riend'
with as good entertainment and accommoda:
tions, as can be expected tn-this part of the
country. Connected with thts Establishment
there are conyenient lots for the accommodation
For the Travelling Community-there are
kept Vehicles and' Horses, to let upon. liberal
Sept.27 if . 36
Valuable Land for Sale.
S HE Subscriber offers.for sale his valuable
AP Plantation, containing 400 acres -aboos
one half of which ii clear ,n-a'high
state of eultivatio , good fences j
the b. mbered wo;dland. The
tes on,Cedar Creek,. *aters-.df Horn
Creek, 5 miles.sonth.weatoof= 'teld,.C t
House. .andtdjoioiug tands- of ..r. At..
ama, Jas. Rainsford, Wm. H. Moss.and others.
On the'pr-tnises is a good comfortable Dwel
ling House, Gin Htuse and. Screw and all
necessary out bnildings, and- q' excelfekt
orchard of all kinds of FruiL. e'Tract I.
well wateredunaaptetrO-1t cuttivation or
Cotton Corn and small Grain..
Any person wishing to purchase will do well
te dil and ernamiine-forothemselves. For
fnrther .irformnation,:application can. he uiade
to theinhbsr:ber ott the premises,, p reviona - to'
sale day,-otherwise; it willbe sold to the high
est bidder. -
B..Rt. ADISON. -
OcS t '37
Valiable Land tor Sale.
T HESubscriber offers for sale thtat
.healthy situation in Edgcfield District,
lately 'owned by L. M. Churchill, on the
H ambur-g Road, -eight miles South of Island
Ford. The place contains some 270 acres
of lively bottom and creek land--about 60
acres have been in cultivation. .With Farrn
buidings, a commodious house and a good
stand, &c. Terms to suit an approved putr.
chaser. For particulars ingumre of Josiah
Reams, near the piemises, H. R. Spann, E.q
Edgemeld Court House, or.
W. R. HIL L,
Near Island Ford.
Sept. 20, 1843 t f 35
R EAD QUA RTEliS.
.MIILLVILLE, 7th Reg't, S. C. Al.
In ppFrsLn nee of Orders from Samuel Donnald
Col. Conmmaniding 2d Brigade. the 7th Rtegi
nment will apprear at the Old WVells, ott Thuirs
day the 2d of November next, fully armed and
equipped f'or Drill anid Reviewv.
Otlicers amti N on-Comnmtssioned dificers
the day preuiotis for D)rill and lnstuction.
The Lientt. Col. and Major are chai ged with
the extension of this Order to their respective
By order of' Col. G. D. Miuts
S. B. GR[FFIN, Adjnt't. .
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*/ Thte Hambitrg Journal will copy 3 times.
L OST an or about the 1st of' September
between the residence of Mr. A. Bland,
anid the Vilinge, on the road lenditng by Col,
Pickens, a Gold Paterit Lever Watcht, of' the
Mlannmfacture of M. J. Tobias. Liverpool. No.
19.249. T'he above reward will be paid for its
delivery at this office. Or informturionas-a to
where it may he obtained.
Sept. 20 14 t3
*' Th Chtarlesitn Conirier will insert two
weeks daily. also A bbeville Banner will ittsert
4 times weekly, atnd send iteir accounts to this
Leo. HI. De Lang?e.
H AS returned to Edlgefield, C. H.. to
remain for a short time only, during
which, he can be fatind at Mr. SrAsM's Hotel.
R EFERS to B. A. RODRIGUEs, ?r. D., Surgeon
Dentist. Charleston. 8. C.
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A LL persons havitng demands against .D.
Tibbetts prior to the Assignment. wvill retn
der them in by the 1st. day of November inext.
And all indebtedl miust make payment by that
time, or they will be stied.
JOHN HUIE'T, for the Assignee.
Sept2 74t 36
llTThe friends of' Col. THOS. W. L.AN
H AM announce him as a candidate for the
oflice of'Sheriff at the next election.
Sept1 in f 34.