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WV. C. WAORIVE.
W ILL practise in the Courts of Law
- and Equity in the Districts of Edgefiel.l
and Abbeville. Office, Edgefield C H.
Sept 20 3m
OF F E R his pries-iunal services -in
.LAW and EQUTY
Oct 4 it 37
JOSEP~R A B.iY,
.A TTuRNEY A T LA I.
W LLL practise inthse Cutrt,. or Edgefield
'V antd the adjoi6itg Districts.
Astf 2: ~u- 31
A CA RD.
D R. ELBERLT BLAND respectfully offers
hit 1'roe.sitol Svrvices to the citizets
of Edge vld ilae, *,ud vicmity.
OfRcr next door to the Court -Ionite
Aug 16 tr 30
C A N 1)11) T E S.
E-The'friends ofrWESLLY UODIE, Esqr.,
nuoinnce him its a catdidtte for the iffice of
SheritT of this Diatrict at the eusning e!ectiun.
We are anthorized to antininm: Capt.
IJUMPHREY BOULWARE,as a Can
.didate tor Shieriff, pt the ensuing election
IETie friends of Col. THUS. W. LAN
IIA31 announce himI as a civdidate for the
ifflice ofsheliff J, -
di"itrwelaani aii t,r 0 ei-jrt g
field District at the te.t election.
-y We are atnmorized to annminee T. .
W HITAKEit. as A catdid,110 t*or the OfiCe
of Sheritf' at the en-ming eiectinn.
The Friendtls tit' W.M. P. BUTLER. Esq..
glnnonpce himus a Candidat, for S.eriti t the
07-The Friend, (f AI.FRE) MAY
atinouice hiu at a Cundiate for Shenrl.
at the ensuing election. ....
9- The friends .f P',TE.it (UATTLE
B3UM. Esqi.. atounce him as a canlidate f-or
the Office of Clerk of the Court of Coilmeln
Pleas, of this District, at the tusnting eeclieCit
We are nittorized to annonner THOS.
G BACON, a cundidate for re election ns
Clerk of the Court. for dg .ield District.
The friend, of E. PENN. announne
him a-; a Candidate for the Ollice of Clerk
at the etisuig election.
We nre anthorzed to annotncee ED WA R D
PRESLEY. as a Candidate for the Ofct of
Ortinary at theii esiniiieg .lectio..
We are authrizd mit anounce Col.
WILLIAM H MUSS, as a Caudidate
for the office o Otrdiunry at the ensuintus:
117 The friends of H ENR!Y T. WIUG HT
Esqr., announsce himt a a canditite for the of
flee of(Ordiuary of this District, aL thse entsuing~
We are atnthr.rizedl to annomuntce M;ej.
W. L. COLEMlAN. as a cansdidate fihr
Ordinary at the ensuincg electioni.
The friends of IIUGIH A. NIXON, E.,
respectfully annoluntce hutn as a Casndidate
for the office of Ordhitary, at the nexi
We are authorized to annsousce W M L.
PARKS, as a Candidate for Tra" Colle
tor. at the next election.
OW~ING to the very poor collections
made by us last season, we have
been compelled to promsise to pay a large
amtount of money ins the mronthts of Octo
'ber, November and Decembier, anid its cr
der to pay it, we would respectfully s.y st:
-all those indehted to usn on the first day n1
January last, to come and pay up ats ear
ly 8s possible.
GOODE & SULLIVAN.
Oct18 53 9
Valuable 15mnd for Siale.
T H E Subscriber offe for sale tha
healthy situation in Edgefield Distnect
lately ownedl by L. M. Churchill, on thi
HeImi:urg Road, eight miles Souths of Islanc
Ford. The place contains some 270 acres
of lively bottom and creek land-about 61
acres have been ia cultivation. Withs Farn
buidinga, a commodious house and a goo<
stand, &c. Terma to suit an approved pur
chaser. For particulara inquire of Josial
Beams, npar the psemaises, H. R. Spanns, Es
Edgcfield Court House, or
WV. R. H ILL,
.Near Island Ford.
Sept. 20, 1843 tf 85
-For Sale or' Rent,
T H E H OUd E anid LOT~ formerlyoc
pied by S. S. Tomcpkins. Esq. A ppI
S F. GOODE,
State of South Carolina.
1i1chell Wells, & others. Sumnmons
Chesley Wells, and others. Partition.
VTOTICE is hereby given aiat, by
virtue of an Order from the Court of
Equiiy in this case, I shall pr-sceed to sell at
Ed-efield Couri House, on .he first Mon.
day in December next, the three Illowing
iniets of iad, belongin to the eslate of
Wiley Wells, dee'd., viz:
'I'he fuimealeald, conmining fotur hund
red acre-. na-ore or Iss. :ing on Log anod
Drum Creek,. and adjoinini l;in-ls of IS.
M. Blocker. Jolin lurtis, A. T. liod2CIA,
aItd oher.-1-gelber with this tract. (;he
oli.es'ead) I w%i!l sell one tnd other
tract cotaining tone hitdred and ten (110)
upr-s. more or less. and adjoining lanids of
Jos-ph Fcrgusun. Marshull eleadhan,
Also. one other tract. purchased of Win.
Drotson, dee'd., containing one hundrcl
and ninety (10) acres, 1m1"re tor less, ad
jiiing the above tract. described as the
lillestead. also lands of, E dward Presley,
Sanider- Rearden, and lan-'s of the estate
of the said Willina lirtnsoo, and others.
SAi lands will h sold on a1 credit of
one aijd two years. except for so much as
will pny ite cos, of the suit to be paid in
cash. Purchasers to give bond atd g0d
surelies !o secure the purchase moley.
S. S. TO M PKINS c. v. r D
Cori1-sioners Office, Nov. I1, 1848.
Nov 11. 1'S18, 41o 4:3
STArE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jacob Pow anld others,
Philip Po% and others.
N 0* ICE is hereby given, that by vir-.
tte of an o.der fromn ihe court of
l#qtity in this case, I shall tell at Elgefield
Court House, onl the first Monday in De
eenber next, the real Estate of Joho Pow.
One tract on west side of Ricibland
Creek, containing one hundred and nine
arrts more or less. heing a part (if a tract
of five husidred (500) acres, originally
granted to Jacob Smith, and owned at va
nimes by J1on Salter, William sal
ihai- son, and more partirflaly repre
eited m11 plat tof Atos . Satcher D.S.
dated 17th Oc:ober, 1818.
Also. one otihe traet cotainitng tvo
hundre.d and thirty eight (238) acres, ly
ing on Burnett'i creek. and Little Saltda
River, and bounded by lands of John Mub
ley ad others, and more iarticularly re
presented by a plat mado by John K.
Jthuseon. ).S. dated 3rd Decemler. 1842.
Also, one other trat-i containing SevenI
:eeu and one fourlh (174) acres. more or
less, being part of a tract of ttree hundred
wnd Itwelve (312) acres, originally granted
to William H umphries, atd lying on the
waters of Mine creek, bounded by lands
of Wiliim Daniel and othesw, and the
Edetield aud Cambridge Roads.
,Naid la:ds will bu buld on a credit of
Mie and two years, except for so inuch as
will p,V the Cobt of this suit, to be paid itt
Purchasers giving bond and cood securi
ties, to secure the tour ictey.
S. 1. TO6PKINS. c. E. E. D
Commissio-er's Otice, Nov. 11. 1848.
Nov. 11 4te 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Mary Anti [uier, and ) Sammons
Wi!itm~ h.io JPartition,
N dTICE is hereby givenI thtat by ,ir
'tie of thte Court of Equity in this
cae I shall sell at late residentce of Jo
S. lII ier. dec'd . (beina on the Preamises.)
ont ifte 14th d:tv of D)ecembter ntext.
O,te Tract of ttnd, containing six boat
dIred and forty-two (6-42) ac-res, mttoe or
less, lying on Big' Saiutdt itiver, within
u iof Nen berry C.11I., inceluding
lI0ie ery antd having itt connectton
witt- it two or three acres of laud, on the
Ne w Lerry side of ttte river, used as a land
tmg. ad on whlich rest oneo end of a Mill
D)am. connected witht the premises, ad-.
joininig lauds of Jesse Shumpert, James
M~erchtani, .Mary WVells, I3eunet Perry,
and oi ters.
The Said land will be sold on1 a credit
(except as to so much as will pay the cost
of tias suit io be paid in catsh,) of one, two
and :ree yeurs, with interest, frotm and
atfter otie yeur frotm ite day of sale.
The Purchtaser to give bond and gottd
personald secut iiy, to secure the purchtase
Ott the premises, are two dwelli-ig
hioses. w ithuin 4 of a mnile of each it her.
I(One of them a tte. two story buiiling inst
Ii nihbed, n itht seveu roorms, atnd five fire
places, with new -'ut buildintgs, includitng a
Gin hlouse. Screw, Smoke house. &c.,
also. attached to the premises. is a Mer'
chiant Mill, wth two setts of Stones, all ic
good i-tier. one of thtem Fteneni Burr, ex
pressly for wheat, with a nutmber 10, bolt.
S. S. TOMPKINS. c. E. E. D.,
Co,mmissionter's Oflic-e, Nov. 11. 1848.
Oct. II, 6te .*42
fSttperior Artile. 8 poutnds foar $1.
a Fo sal by it. S. RIOBE RTS
Oct2on if 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGE FIE L DDI.STRICT,
William E. Rodgers and others,
Caoline A. Rodgers.
XTOTICE ib hereby given. that by vir
i ue of the decree .f the Court c
Equity in this case, I shall sell at -
ito the Town of Aiken. on the eight day c
December neit. the rol4wiug real Estat
of B. 1. Rodgers decesed. viz:
Or.e tract ufo land w.h,i-on the decepase
retided at ihe time of his deah, containin,
three hundred and fifty t350) ucres imor
or less, situaied in ishi Districts uf Elge
field asid Barnwell, on ilie rail fron
Ei~ ehls C. Ii. to Aiken, and adiljini ;
land-3ti tf D L. Adamis Thipins Turuer
-IIhe Estatc ef Juho Fux and W. W. Guy
One Imo in the town f laburg, konwi
in the' .lxo f stod tj.it as No 32. fu
Mechanic streei, being 54 feei b, 1210 f'eet
Also. :he f611,lo%ing 11,is in the tomwn 4
Ailkeu, and k-own in she pla of sait
iow n as No. 2 a fractioo on soh side o
Rail Road Avenue. on York. Collelon ant
Chrzoe:ld streets. No. 3 a lot on R!cb
land. Yolk and Chesterfield sts. boandet,
by lands of Martii & St . No. 7. a fruc
tion bounded by Laurens. Rihanud, New,
berry and Bani.ell streets; No. 9, a frac
tion bounded h Lo,urens. .Rit-llamd, Barn
well nmd Pendieton streets. and lot of J. I
Posey ; No. 11 a square. bounded by
Edgefieid. Greenville nad Barnwell streets
and Ib Western boundry of Aik-n, No
12. a fraction bounded by Richlanld, Hat
hirs and Cuvir streets, and the Westerr
boidry If Aiken ; No. 13asquare, boun
led hy the Westei n boundfry of Aiken atnd
Bara%n ell, R: hland and 1 Gihur2 streets
NI. 15, a lot bouuded b) John Priers lot
Western bmondry of Aiken aud Guvoi
streets; No. 16. -i lot bounded by lauds o
Jame- Black. HiliAbjrg street und Cos
nahans Line; No. 17. a fracieon of on
hundred and fifty (150) tcres, being p:trt o
Co.,ainos tract West of Hamburg street
No. 18. a fraction bounded by lands o
Steedmnan and Merreit, and James Ran.
dall-; No. M0, H lot bounded hy the Wes
tern t-outdry of Aiken. Richlatid btree,
and lauds of Win. A. Wrenitt, and Joht
Said -lands wil be sold on a credit o
twelve intmihs, except for so utuch as wiL
c!st if thbrsuit.to ie, jtiidjb.;ah
s.-S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E D.
o'nmissiouer's Office, Nov. 13, 1848
Nov 15 4 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Sterlitg Quarles and others,
George Bse l and wife.
N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir
L'1tue of an order front the Court o
Equity in this case. I shall sell at the lall
resideuce of 5lre. Naicy Quarles, deceu
sed. on the stixtfi dy of December next
the ibliowing real Esiate, belonging to thi
Estnt of David Qiarles deceased, ani i
the E,tte of flie said Nauty Quarles de
The plintation or tract of land where
otn the said Mrs. Nancy Quarles lived u;
to the ti.nve of her death, cotitaitning b
survey of D White D. S. three hau;ic.,
and seventy-one acres, ani adjominig land
of W. Glenn. Mra. Lainam and others.
Also the Kleekler iraci couainitig by sur
vey of D. White D. S. one hundred tsti
four acres and adj,iiing lands of Mr
Lauhati. Thomas L. Shaw, Saumue
I.-ru and others.
Sidu landis n ill be soI-l o a credlit a
iwelvie mnonth%, except four s.otmuch as wdl
pay the co<t of the suit, to be paid mi cashs
l'srcfhasers givitng hsond and good Securit;
to secure th,- pusrchat;se mtoney.'
S S. TO.it l'KlNS. C. E. E. D.
Commsissijoner's Otiee. Nov. 13, I848
Nev 15 3t 43
STATE OF 40UTll CAROLIN.A
Martha Doshv, Sessr., antd )
Martha Diby, Jr. |Summons
vs. I in
Joel Curry. Adn'r., Partition,
NOQTICE is hsereby givens that by vie
tue of the decree of the Cosurtn
q~uuity its this case. I shall self as Edgeft.1
Court House Ott the first Monday in DIe
Otte Trat of laud, contaitting one htun
dre.d (100) serres. miore or less, adljsitnin,
lantds of Benj. T'. Miller. thte .estatte sof Joei
Ropser, dec'd., the estate of Mrs. Lak
Ryan. and1 Johno lIby.
'Said Land will be sold on a credi
oh Twelve M'oths, excepst for so much a
will pay thte Cost of this soit, to be psaidi
Tfhe Purchaser, to give hood, and goes
secturity, fihr the purchase umosney.
S. S. T"i MPKINS. c. s.u. o.
C'ommissionser'30 ffice. Nov. If Ih, 1848.
Nisy Il 4to 43
C ~Oh. .JOHN BSAU$KETT' is atppointt
Smy sttorney during nmy temporary al
sence froti Edgefield. R IBRS
Edgefield, C. HI., 9th Oct. 1848.
Or.t11 t; 38
A Freshl supply, just received. Price
.acents per pound.
For salo by 1.t S. ROBER TS.
Oct2 ft 4
.J $eri.q's Sale.
STATE-OF SOUITH CAROLIN.
E -fEFIELI) DISTRICT.
MarthA Busby et al.
*J Vs. Summons
Middlet4l Cone and wife Partition
SYap order from J- ho llill. Esq., C
ditlary of the l)istrict aforesaid,
will proe-ed [to sell at Edgefield C. H.,
the first 1tonday in December next. I
lands bertigit g to the Estate of W1
Busly. ceased. containing fifty ert
more or IS, and adjIlining lands of Elb,
Lrt. Je 'a Couch wnd others. sold on
credit .'.fwelve months. prcha.,er givil
bond and apperoved security and a moi
late of I a premises to the Ordinary
secure r I purchase money. Cost to I
paid in coll.
.1 S. CHRISTIE. S. E. D.
Nov. 7 1848 4r. 42
F)Y virtiWe of -sundry writs oil Ficri F
JLJcias;llo me dircted. I will procei
to sell at ifgdfield Court House, on il
first Mutiga,y and TueRday follon%ing
D-cen-be6next the following property,
the foll-wag ases, viz :
Pinckn H. Abhe vs Joseph Fergu,,so
a ract ob lund. %%hereon the defonda
lives,_ a0inin! laids of James Steun
Richird 'ellington stnl others.
Wright -Nichola, & Co. vs William
WOet. th rnct of land. whereon the d
fetifnai lives, containiiig three hundri
acres. nae or lesi adjoinig lands of I
HIward tzd others.
S. ('H1RISTIE, S. E. D.
Nov 1 1848 4to 43
By ibue of a writ of Fieri F
rins it) n ireced. -1 will pr1ireed to s9
at Edgefe Court I-ouse, on the fir-i Mo
day and uesday following in Decer1
ber next.t the flllswing property i. ti
I*olowin2 ase, viz
John C appall vs Esa Brooks. jr.:
L & E . unn, ys the same, four bales
Term ale cash.
Nov . Ste 44
$ i O th . rolina,
... s Fort 1lo.
C. B. Wise. Mo,tgage.
}Y virtwe-of-R mnrigago in the abu
. c-te,' Is.hall proceed ta sell at Edig
field Court Hiuse on the frist Monday
.D-eetmber nep', one negro boy nani
T erms of sale Cash.
S. CI1 RISTIE, S. E. D.
Nov 15 3t 43
ERDINAND A. SCHROEDR who I
been convicted of rendering a fraudule
schiedile, and who was confined in the Jail
this Dir.. effected his eacape on Saturday iag
lapt. It is suspected that tie wao aided by ot
era. I will pay TWO HUNDRLED DO]
LAILS for the re-dtelivery of Schroder in ti
jail. ONE 1UNDREDI) DOLLARS for prc
to colivicii-1n1 of any white p-r<ion who nided hi
In his escape. tind Fl-TY DOLL4RS I
the proof to colnvictitmn of* any negro or color,
person w1ho maY have aidted hin.
s. RISTIE-StlEitv of Edgefit
District, S. C
Sr-pr 13 'ft r-1
R. ROFF. who held i-onditionally at
terest in the right of Edgelield Disiri
to llotchkiss' Renctioan Mill Wheels, (Palei
has a.ever comnplied with sai condition, thei
Ifore he Iholds tno ierest, and has no right
Isel! tar ma e ainy contract fir staid Whee
. We, the u,ndetra,ned are the owners. nra:
-ri2ht, and a:ti ght putrchazs ed from any oth
unless our agenat. will tnt tae gaotd.
Mr J. T. WVEBBEn, we atborise, with
powcr to ect as our agent.
* COTIIRAN & MOORE.
March L. 1847. II
L IL persona indebted to the Estate
.. Charles Garrett decteased,. are requesi
to m.ike imamed-ate payment. attd those havi
demands to preasent the samne.
P. Hi. ELA.\, Administrator,
Nov 15 1848 ti 4i
FOR SA LE.
-4TRACT OF LAND. contiaining Fi
f hundred antd eighty-five acres(5
I twelve mnices from Edgelietld U. H.. lying I
.twveen Beaverdamn anid Turkey Creeks,
miles fromn Carrall's .4ill.
TIermis will be made easy.
Aptpty to R PLATT B3RUNSO
nmty 31 Cam 1!I
,IESSRS G. L. & E. PENN having
- . . signted to me their Estate for the bent
a tif their creditira, and the state of their taffa
a reaaderinig it esseaatial that speedy collectir
shaould he made of all debits due to themi.
p,-son indebted, wvill ,t.1ee make imtmedi
pamenat to Mr. Edmiund Pennt who will
fountd for the present tat their oald stand, a
wvho h:ae been apipoitnted by the a:r.:ditors to:
an agent with tie. Those who do not g
-attention to this iaotitce, mnust not coniplain,
-they are compelled to pay cost.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
d Sept 19. 1848 if 315
Sate yo8sr Rags .'
fl j.~. Pounds of cleat Coti
e 7 1V J or Linen Rags want
for whtich. gotads will be given in Exchange
the rate of Two centsa a pound. Any quant
small or laurge will be taken and goods
5 changed for them at lowest cash tprices.
R. S. ROBERTS
Edgefield C. II.,
Sept. 27 2
T HEdubscriberhasjust received his FALL
and WINTER 6TOCK of GOODS
consisting in part of a splendid lot of
1'st#ad Goods for Ladies Dresses
ofall kinds, a fine lot of Giigharns. English &
American Prints, Col'd & Black Alpacca's,
r Bombazine, -A.SO
A LARGE AND SPENDID STOCK OF
" Neeroo Shoes, Blanket- & KerseYt. Groceries,
he Hardware, Crockery. Hts & Caps.
n. To which h - invites his friends. and tie
s puhtic to call anid examinie, before purc-hasing
rf .lsewlierw. s lie 1,-els coeofident that lie can
give satisfaction to all who may lavor him with
a call. 13. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 10, 1S48. tf %38
New Boot and Shoe
W 'I ERE Gentlemei's Boots and Shoes
d a reiade i. a iiost -superior style of fit
ic and workmanship.
in Gentlemen wanting cork soled. double soled,
in water proof. walking. druss. patent leather.
and a fine pump soled BOOTS, need but
leave their orders with the subscriber.
narch 1 tf 6
UNDA R & BURNSIDE has ust receiv
D ed by llail Road and Itiver. the lillow ing
ii.t of GOODS, to which they respectfully in.
vite antention. Planters visithi our market
would do well to give us a call before purelia
47 Hhds. St. Croix, Porto Rico and N. 0.
25 Blis. No I Clarified Sngars,
70 - Superior Colfee Sugars.
3 5 - aid 5 boxes Loaf. Crushed and Pow
I dered Sugars,
West India aid New Orleatis Molasses,
175 Bags Rio, Laguara and Java Coffee,
4011 Sacks of Salt.
e 7 barrels Mackerels,
5u hoxes frine Cheese,
3 lierces Rice.
3 125 kegs of Nails and Brads.
30,01)0 lbs. Sweedes Iron-all sizes,
Band Iron, German and Cast Steel,
100 boxes Window Gleas-all sizes,
W), pounds Putty,in Bladders,
4,500 pounds' White ead, Vernon Mills,
Dirchirer.Boots,BIekins aid -adies Shoes,
500 Henvy Doffel Blankets,
20 pair Fine Bed Bankets.
Keiseys, Osnaburgs, Shirfing. and Sheetings,
2 cases Poinrs-all patterns.
P-tinted Backets and-Tubs,
Brawsbound Buckets and Wire Seeves,
3000 pon nds Heminlck. and 300 pounds oak tan
ned Sole Leather, Upper Leather and Calf..
2(g) Coils Rope--1000 pounds Twine,
125 bags shot. 50 kegs best Powder,
Lead, Bluestone, Indigo, Copperas,
- Candle.;, Sperm and Tallow,
Suar Cans, Mleasares, Pep per, Spice, Gin
td ger. 6ane Seat Chairs, Wood and Cane Seat
nt Rocking Chairs, and many other articles too to-.
diois to enumerate.
We will be making almost daily accessions to
ont stock, and would be pleased to atteud to all
orders from our friends, and feel assured of giv
of DUNBAR & BURNSIDE.
I Hamburg. S. C., (ict25 tf 40
Id NEW GOODS.
J ACKSON & KINCHLEY having no.
ciated themselves together , 1he Dry
Gonds business, would imist reipectr6lly 80li.
i- cit the citizens, and planters visiting Hamburg
:t, o call and exiaimine their well se!ecied stock of
it) Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which they offer
0 low fr CAsM, amongst which are the following:
te Brown Homiespuns, froir 04 to 374,
Is. Ble.achred do "0.i teo 45.
id Eniglish and American Piots, 5to 20,
-r, Anierican and Scotch Ginighamrs, 124 to 37,
Black arid Colored Alpaccars, plain, pilaid
tIII anid striped,
lBombiassins rind Muslin DeLaine,.
Black Silks. plaine striped aiid Plaid,
Colored Silks from $1 00 to 225,
- Spun Silk Plaids..
Meihair Lustre. Satin stripe.
of Plaid and stripe Carolines, (newv style dress
ig Cashmiers from 18$ to $1 00,
* 4 and 9. Daifle Blankets.
10 4, 11-4 arid 12 4 Bed Blankets.
H-osie'ry the most complete stock ever of'ered
ni this market.
Red nr d White Flannel all wool, frori 25
eti $1 00,
1) - Dormiet do 181
,eMerrino and Lamb's wool Drawers and
Sarriiets, Kentucky Jeans, and Mcrrino
N. English, American and French Cloths and
.. Kerseys, from 15 tn 31j.
Furniture Dimity, from 18 to 50,
. Umbrellas. Bonrnets anrd Flowers,
fat Ribbor,s of all descriptions.
rPlaid Lindseys anid apion checks,
rs lreewn and bleached H ollanid,
ngi do do Drill.
tc Osnaherrgs nndl Fact ory stripes.
bewiss, M ill. Book. PIlaid arid Jaconr)t Musin,
red4. 5 4. 6-4. 7-4 andl 8-4 wool Shawls,
iLisles thread arid cotton Laces.
et Suspendrers. Gloves antd llandkerchiefs,
if Ladies arid Chiild,en's 8hnien.
' .4, 0-4 aird 10.4 Table D)armask,
Trimmings f r dresses &c. &c. & c.
Sept 20 35 2m
in ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Uri
,ah Caere deceased, are reglnested to come
ar' horward on the 2d dlay of D)ecember next arid
i- make payment. also, all those having claims
, against the Estate, are requested to render them
in on the above days, that I may know how to
JOH N B. SCOTT, Adlministrator.
.Nov 15 1848 3t 43
FROM 15 'T025 PER CENT LESS
THAN LAST YEAR'S PRICES!!
At T. Brennan's Cheap
DRY GUO 01 STORE.
Opposite the Alansian 1ouse and next
door to Hand tS Williams Gro
cery? Store, Augusta, Ga.
T 1I E nidersigned has received his supply
of' Fall & Winter Gitod. among which are
Figured. Watered and plain black silks,
Black Alptien-4 und Bombaziineas,
Colored Alpaceas, plim and satin striped,
French 'iahmieres and EngliAh Merinos,
50 pieces 31 uitpi DeLaiies. 12.1 to 25 cents,
30 do Ca-shmeres, 25 to 50 centits,
100 d- S.utch und Freich Ginghams, 12j
to 31 cents.
500 pieres Prints. from 4 to 121 cents per yard,
10 bales brown Shaitiis aid Sheeting, 4 to
Frinhges. Ginpis nnd Buttons.
Bleached shirtins. eic. 5 to 124 cents,
lrah Linensrih d T tabte Dansko,
Needle work.-. Clllar-s Chemisetts,
rish Linen and thread Edaings.
Linen Cambric Hindketchiers, 64 to 371 cents.
Hlosiery. Gloves. Ribhns Laces, ete
f,'loths, Casimeres, Tweeds and Erminetts,
5attinels Kenucky Jewns and Kerseys,
Negro and 5lachinaw Blanikets,
Fine Bed and Crib do
1 1ew cases tif Hats anud Shoes
N. B.-l'ritts and Donestics, 20 per cent
css than lost year's prices.
New Goods r-ceived weekly by rhe Steamer.
Parcels delivered in Ilambnra 'free of charge.
Oct25 m 40
Look at This.
"reat Bargains in Dry Goods.
WILLI.cm ff. CRaE.
(At his Old Stand in Augusta. Ga.)
AS just received from New York a large
and extensive assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS many of which he is
ielling from 20 to 25 per cent, less than ldst
ear's pnces, he would invite his fsienjds and
il uthers who wish to lurchnse goods low to
give him a r.all. In his stock ;are many RJi"
rnd Fashinable Goods, such as
lich Satin Stripe and Changeable Silks.
Wide Black Grn DeRhite and Lustre Silks,
lich Satin -tripe and Figured Cashmere.
,ashmero Decosse and Muslin DeLages,
Lamertine Striptb aa&Rls.i 4 o.4
dh a i d um a .c
it Lusun o
large assortment nglish and Amercan
Prints, handsome Patters and very h
French and Scotch Ginghams,
Rich Cashmere and Plaid Woolen Shawls,
Elegant Lace Caps and Muslin Collars..
3abriels and Jenny Lind Collars,
Drapery Muslin and Furnitute Dimety,
Welch Gauze and Milled Flannels,
10-4 & 12-4 Ribon Bound Whitney Blanket&
The above, together with a large assort
nent of Cloths, Caseameres- Vestings. Sati%
lets, Kentucky Janes, Blankets, Flannels,
ierseys, Negro Cloths, Bedick, Drapery,
ining, Lawns, Muslins, Cambrics, Hand
Lerchiefs, Brown and Bleached Shirtingsand
;heet;ngs (very cheap), with a variety of
other goods too numerous to mention in this
Oct 25 4t 40
11amburg, S. C.
%jR. J. Y PARTrLOW having hy mutual
consent withdrawn from the firm of
geiger. Part! oio S Knight. the WAREHOUSE
mid CO.1M1ISSION business will be ctuntirued
it tie samie stand by W. W. GIGRaa & J. L.
I.mGHT, tunder the firm of
GEIGER & KNIGHT,
Who respectlally tender to former customers
mod Planters geaerally their services in the Stor
age and sale of Cotton, and other produce.
Adlvance's will be made when requnired on
troduice ina Store aand their chaa.gen will be reg
tInted hy a duae regard to the state ol'the times.
Noav I 1848 2m 41
4LL Persons indehaed to the estate or
SJohn Robbins, dec'ed, are requested
o make imamediate payrmeut, andi those
mavinig demands toi present them properly
astostested by the 20th December next.
J. QUATTLEBUMI, Adm'r.
Nov 1 1848 3 42
ALL paersonas having demands against
.the Estate of~ M. Mimus dleceased. are
'equested to present themt proiperly attes
ed, and those indebted to the Estate will
please mtake imamedliar paymeut.
E. J. MIMS. ~Executors.
Nov 15 1848 t f 43
LLpros indebted to the estate of
Lewis H oaccoased, sic requested
:o make paymaent on or before the 25th of
December iiext, and those having demands,
0o present them properly attesteo.
Nov 6 1848 7 42
A LL personis indebted to) the Est ate of
Ralph Scurry. are requested ao make
H. C. CUL BR EATH, A d''r.
Oct 18 5m 39
TE10tLLED before me. lay F.liph D)orn, liv
Fing near Sleepy Creek P. 0., Edgefield
District, an estray horse, nbonit sight years
old, finteen hands high. light grey color, left eye
weak, back sornewhat hurt. slightly marked by
skirts oaf the Saddlle, shod all round, anid ap
praised at thirty,flve dollars.
J. QUATTLE BUM, M. E. D.
Nov. 14 1mu4