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11IM Gn., Nov. 21..
Cotton.-For several days past our
market has been bri,k and the range of
prices a shade higher than our last
Tucsdays quotations. fn the later part
of Yesterday however, putchs-.sers be
-come less anxious to buy-this morning
the quantity offering is large and tea 1f
fet sales, a slihit declin-- on lbe rates of
'Tuesdoy ani Wednesdoy has been sub
-nitted to. We q.iote ordinary to midd
ling, 4.j to 5, middl;ng fair to fair 5 to
.54 good. fair 5.. Choice none offerin.
It will be seen by reference to the
1.test Europran news in aniotler colunin
:that the accounts are a little more favor.
-able, and we think indicates pretty
.clearly that cotton has seen its lowest
opoin-. At the sarn,e time we cannot
flatter our planting friends wi.l tie hape
of much improvement in pices. The
unsettled state .4 the Europe.an Govern
ments, with the large cotton crop and
-heavy stooks on hand will det-er specti
'lators and leave the rg fution of future
,prices to the Mlanuf.actures', s, that no
'considerable advance can be expected.
We notice that tie receipts of the pre
sent season up to the latest dates
amounts to 443,382 hales. ag!iinst 2S1,
892 for the same time ,ilst year showing
,an exc(ss for the present season of 161,
490 bales. Ti!e stocks now on hand in
our ports show an itirrease on last year
of 72,944 a.d the expirts an increase of
124.298 bales, the entire shipmrents if
the present venr being 338.372 hales,
against 215 074 last year.-Republican.
CoLmIMmA Nov., 25.
ollon.-Ti.e god demand noticed
in our last review, continned up to Tues
day evening, and prices were steadly
maintained, willh sca:cely a shade of var
iation fi om thost! given in our I -st iv.
.port, 5 to 5 1.4 for middling to fair
-Cotron. On Vednesday morning, the
ne%%s of the arrival of the Acadia with
advices from Liverpool to thi- 4a inst.
care to hand but es th y were very in1
definite and unsatisfactory, it left it dif
ficult for boyers to know hlow to ac:;
and, notwithstanding they did operate
with great caution, still the prices of the
previous day were fully sustained, and
in some instances a shade highe-r rates
were paid. In the evenin'g, another
despatch was received, reporting a brisk
masket in Liverpool at an advance of
1-8d, on American Cotton. These
accounts caused our maiket to opel,
brisk on Thursday, and as the day ad
vanced, prices stiffened, untill, the cles.
of , business, it was found that 5 5 16
was the current price for fair Cot tn,
and, in some instances, even 1higher rate:%
had been paid. On Friday, the simo'
good feeling prevailed, and prices ad.
vanced 1-8 those of the previons da.
CuIAntLs-o, Nov. 24.
Cotton.-The sales o. Co.ton 'o-de
reached 1900 bales at prices tanging
fromt 5 to G cents, El-ven hunitde d
holes brought from 5 5.8 to 5 3-4
Prices v'ery full.
f're info,rmet that a newv Insttr ument is
tiow ini a course ofeontruactioni, nndl will
proba'bly be completed wieth a month or
two, that will amazTinghy improve the
facility with which cormmuuications may
be transmitted;froml one point to antiere.
*We have neat seen nny phin of drawing
of the newv piece of mechatnism, bitt the
rain and most important principle will
be that the metallic pen whieb now ro
cords messages, will tbe so arranged as to
operate directly on the key or the neext
- otlice, and so on in contnexion from otne
endi of the line to the other, where it will
operate on the pen which records thee nmes
sage. To illustrare-the operatiar ni |
WVashington desires to send a nmessagce to
N. Orleans. Hie proceedhs to wvrite, anid the
pien nt Petersbeurg plays the pearts oaf operattor
by striking te key, which senedsocn the letter
or words written with a renewal eef the
magnetic fluid created by thceir hratrery, tea
Charleston, where the same process is
*repeated to Ceolumbus. rend from rhenrce
to New Orleone, where it is receored. By
this means thre commrunicationr is tistan.
tancotus. the first tick of thec opaerator sendl
ing the mysterious agent directly to the
In this case all re-writineg, copying ear.
-delay will be avide(ld-white a' the s-utne
time any office cn obtntin a copy eef tire
passing messace. If this insereament per
forms wvhat it is expected to do, instant
intercourse may be had to any distauce
that the wires may be extended.
.Charleston Courier, Nov. 24A.
The mode of eletinig the Pi esident
and Vice President of .he United States
is compreher.sively statted in tihe Phda
deiphia Ledger. The 2lectors who
were chosen on the 7th instant assem
ble in the capitals of the'ir resprectiv'e
States on the first Wednesday int Dr,
cember, and vot" foir the caneditdates of
theeir choice. JII.ving recorded their
vote, copies of ir ar e m'ede anrd forwarit'd
to Washington lby special merrssenrger be
fore the first WVednesdtay in J.,nuary.
The.votes of all tIhe S ates are opened
on the second Werdnesday of February
in the presence of both liotnses of Con
gress, anti the persons h'eving a majori
ty of the whole nuamber oft elector< are
declared to be the President and Vice
President elect.-Balt rmore American
REDUCTIOn or POSTAGE iN FRaasc
AYD RussiA -The National Aa.seembly
of France have passetd a bitt reduactiton the
postage on all inland letters tea four cents
-the new regnliion to go into effect on
the 11I of January. The penny postege
system has been estabalihedh throughout the
em pire of Reussia.- Charleston News.
"V.jTCS OF Tur.l NATIVZ Pl.4cr.93P TH!E
CADIDATES-Of the Ilire candidates
'or the Presidetncy, Old Z ick is the
nly ont- who has obta'ned a majirily
in his native place at the late election
he county ol Orange, Vit-iia. having
riven him a ijority of 15 over Cass
Slile tie s;im( county went against
Cla) In 1844 i-y 49. G,n Taylor also
)btatned a nima j it ovir euch of his op.
sontnts in their native towns. Tilu%s
lie vote of Exeter, New 11-4ntpshire,
ilte birth-place of Gen. Cass,) give
'ravior 291. C.iss 177, Vin Duren 27.
Kin2derhook, Columbia county, New
Val k, (V it Burun's bit ihl plac. ) gave
r ylut 295, Van Buren 244, Cas 169
'OLD AVITTY" iAS A RIvAL -The
Bmavi,i Advocatc sas ithat among the
tbjects of intercst to the vast ce .wd in
ttendanre at the last Genesee County
Fair, was thie bt-auiifal horse "Black
Warrior," belonging tu Captiain H. W.
ileriii, of the 2d Regiment U. S. Dia
goons-a spirited cliatger, that had
boine his g:allitnt mastur through the
-nure Floida miand llxican tais. lie
was raibad in Tenicsce, and was taken
o Florid., fir tho cavalry service, woere
lt was selected by Caitaii 31ti Iid front
i large numbee, ol' wiich ie is believed
o be the uiiv survivor. 1i1 has never
iven in iat ness, ut is per fcitl) bi oke
nd,-i the sudale, kinwing his duty ,ike
soldii. Iie is now abiout sixteen
pars old, and althiiugli he hIm. e ilu'ri
ed loug niirches, eised buifrlo un -hu
estern praii les, swam rivets, encouu
tet ed the sens. and liarticiptid in eight I
general battles, lie has nevet been siLk I
n lam.- lr a day, and not a wind-gall
r blemish about him, excelIt his sCdI .
from wouids teceived to battle-one
i m an estopete ball. atid the othetr
rom a piece of s..ell. lie is a nolibh-,
fije-blooded hoise-, aid moves with all
ne grace and ease of a belle in the ball- i
oomi. Thungh y oUng ai a colt in lp
peliliatice- tle Captain intends to give
him his time with a pension.
Butler Lodge .3o. 17.
). @0, QD. y .
(j RrtIlaruieetimg of tia- Lud!!e n iI
lie held on Monday eveion next at 7
.,clock, JUHIN LYUN Sec.
Nov. 29, li 45
The friends of Col-. J QUATTLE U3I,
nuoutce him as a candidate for Tax Col
ector, at the ensuing election.
No/. 29 1848 if 45
I " H OSE persons who are still indebt.
- etj to itie Estate of W. B. 5lays
leceased, are earnestly requested to settle
ip. we are obliged it nave o.oney.
S. B & J. J. MAY,, Ex'rs.
Nov 29 if 45
r 1IE Subscriber offers for snllnUealty
3situation in Edgelitld District, lutely
awned by Wilson Kemp on the Mlathtews Rond.
shout ten Miles Sont'. East of' Camabridlge. the
ract contains tome 935 acres. about 80th acres
t said land is in woods. wijth a comifortabile
hlatse anid oit buildings, conivenient to an ex
Terms will be made casy.
Nov 291848 St 43
T HIE nndersigned as Assigeree of' .3 D.
Tlibbetts, gives notiice tao all peisons hay
ing claims against said J. D). TIibbenis, and whoae
are willing in take tinder .the nastgnmet, to
r:nder in their claims daily attested bty the 15th,
of Jannarv next, and all pe:rsonis indebted arc
repiested in make in,uediaie raymtent on the.
day abiove metioned. a sitteiet of the tranos
atinis of the as.signlee will be submitted to the
S. CiIR! -TIE. Assignee.
Nv.2918-18 7t 45
N. 13 --Col. John liniet is my A gei t. anal
will receive evidetice of the eimas ad collect
nnaey due. S. U.
--NO'7 IC E.
ALL~ personis having claimis naainst the Es
.t,ite air C. A Mleiezs, de:ceased. nre hrb
notiiad that iunl's, thev render them in to
Samuel BJraoks atssigniee,'on i,r before the first
day af Fe ritary next Pruahet ly attested. they
will torfeit all or any p;at of' said chia, that
the Estate: muy~ be~ able to pay,. all piersons ii
deited to the Estate hiv hook account, are re
quested tao settle tile same on or bernie the above
dlate us all necccounts un paid at that date, wi
le pt into the handi:s ofl an ( )llicer for collec
in. anid notice is hereby given to all persons
that have given: their iestC for goiods bonght at
the sale, tint no ind,aigence will bae gitveni alter
return day ino Feblruary next.
~SAM1UEL BRt)OKS, Assignee.
Nov 29 1848. 2mn 45
ADDLES FOR SALE.
ALot oif fine Kentuicky
SADDLE~S for sale at
J. Caalsin's Drapery Store.
whiach I will sell otn a credit
aof tree months, or a reasoable discout
for cash. They can be seen at his Store
uttil Saile dlay.
Nov. 29 1848 *1t 45
W ILL proceed to sell a: Edgefield Court
H use. on Saturday the 2.l of~ Decembher.
all the persotnal property. of' the late Jultin F.
Htardin. dec'dl., consistogi of a sniall lot of~
Friatre. and a lot of linary.
All saims tiuder $5 cash, all over, twelve
moths credit, with nate and atppiroved sectu
rities.A. BUSH N EL. A dua'r.
Nov 29 it 4
LL piersons indebted to the estate of'
Niss Julha F. Harden. d:c'd., are reqnest
ed l to make imediate paymlet, and thosie
having demuainds to presenit item properly at.
tested. A. BUS[HNEL, A dm'r.
Nov 29 4t 45
UPERIOlI Oronoco Chewing Tobacco,
a fine assortment at different prices, at
J. COH N'S Cheap Cash Store.
No..a if 4.,
EdgeficId Male Academy.
Y'H E exercises of this Instit,ition, will lie
I resumed on the first blondav in Jannary
iext. nnder the direction of MR. JAMES
The high character of Mr. TaRny. as a gen
It-mai of literary attioments, warants the
Prewtee-. in rerommentling. with confidence
ais Institution to the public. ns a School where
thorongh ediscation umny be obtined. Mr.
P. is at gradoate of the S0ith Carolina College.
tid well qalified to preplare young gentlemcn
>r entering that Inst4.ontion.
Ton persons nt a distanre who may wish to
tronize tl-is Schol, the Tritslees promise
lint the utmost vigilance shall lie exercised. to
revent dissipittion, and every attention vaid to
lie ctitivation of goi morals. and the pieser
atinn of strict diciplioe anhong the ptpils.
The sitnaiill is n! henlihy as noy in the up
ointry. nnd hoarding cm he had Iui pon rea
P. ti. WARDLAW,
i \'0. 1. 1p SCO B )i 1,
N. L. GR IFFIN,
R. T. M1IMS. J
* Chiarleston Mercury. will please publish
'eeklj ntiil 1st January, and forward account
i this otfice.
Nov.29 r,t 45
iTATE. OF zsOUTii CAROLINA,
[ Y JOHN HILL. Esq., Ordinary of
Whereq .Jese Siteher hath applied
o me for Letter of Admin:eirti,. tin
il and Fin2olar the goons and ehattels.
ighis antid credis of Saiuel Satcher'
ate of the Disirict fore%-iid. deceasel.
These are, therefore. to cite nw! admon.
h al and singular. the kindred nd cred
ors of the snid dereased. to lie And nppear
elire tme. at nor next Ordinary's Comt
r the said Wistrict. to be holden at Edrge
ield Couri lonso.on 'he It Ih tIny of Dec.,
rxt. to show canse. if any, why the said
diniisiration shoitld not lie grantell.
Given under nty hand ami stinl. this the
71hI div n Nov.. in the yeir of our Lord
me th.-nizand eiahit hundred and1 forty
ight and in seventy-third year of Amer.
JOHN ILL, o. E. D.
Nov 29 2t 45
iTATE OF SOUT CAR.,LINA.
Y .JOHN 11IL. Es<1., Ordinary of
Whereas John Foy and Mary lucklial
er. hath applied to me for letters of ad
niistratioa, with the will annexed, tin all
tid singular the goods nni chntiles. rights
md credits of Wi. 3uckhalter late of the
Nisi rict aforesaid. deceaed.
These are, thereftore. to cite nnd admon
Ib ali and singular, the kindred and credi.
rs of the said deceised. to he and appear
efore ine, at our next Ordinary's Court
>ir the said Distt ict, to be holden at Edge
eld Court loite on the eighth day of
)cerber nex. to show cause, ifany, why
he said administration should not be
Given tinder my hand and seal, this 22d
mejP a?Zn d eiht Mittni% l d r y
ight and in the seventy-third year of
.iOHN HILL. o. E. n.
Nov 28I181S 2' 45
TATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA.
David L. Curtis, )DE CL.An A-oN
MIARTtJIN ITT. ATTAcISMENST
J. & S. Bones, & Co.) L3ECLA RA T1oN
A. B. Church & Cc. ATTAC11aIENT
IH E Plaintiffs in the above stated cases,
1.having this day fi|ed their Declarations
n my Office, and the Defendatnts having
neiher wife nor Attorney, known to reside
aithin the limits of this State, on whom cop
es of said Declarations with rules to plead,
an be served on motion of bl. Gray, Attor
ey for Plaint;ls: ordered that said Defend
nts appear and plead to said declarations,
withint a year and a day from ithe date hereof,
r judgerr.cnt will be given against him by
TIIOS G. BA CON, C. E,D.
Clerk's Office,:27th Nov. 1845.
Nov. 29 ly 43
. n le s fo r o a1e.
T WV E.\'TY ON E superior yonita 31 U LE~
aire 'flferedi tor sale by the Grai ttiville
Mantttnfactturintg Cotmpany if tnot l.rev'iouisly
disposed of tit piivateh sitle, they will tbe sold n it
l'tntlic Auction on the lirst .\londay in .Jatnnury
next, at Edtgefieldi Ci.urt ihiis.ic
A pply to the Siubscrgiber, at Grantiteville, ot
to Mr..J. G. Wilkinsoti. in the vicittity
GORGE KElLLY. Aget
Gruo fdauf.~ Co.
Nov. 22 4t 44
T5 IIE ahove reward will lie given for tIh
recovery of a Elite Cloth Cloatk. whicl;
was stuh-tn frotm the subscr iber or taken by
mitake, at thet last Regimental Muster, ant thu
Nov 22 t f 44
Cheese, Mackerel and Rice.
IMTITAT10N ENGLISTH CIIEESE,
BrIe. Mlackerc tnt New Rice. jttst re
ceived at RI. CA USSIE & Co's
Cheap Cash St5orc.
,T lIE Snbscrihner most e.arnnetty reqnest
fthiise iindet.ued to him to come for wnar
immediately aiid pny thieir Notes andti Accotinit
I would say to thtose whot do not Iintendi setthin
ip by the first of January. that niecessity wvi
drive mue to pilt them to cost The truth of thm
mnatter is, I shall have' Two Thmousaind Dalhut
to pay in the Sheriff's Office. before Marc
Court, or siuffe'r the inlconvenienOce of hauvm
y property sold. Respectfully.
W. M. BURT.
Nov22, 1848 fit 44
N o t ice.
A LL Persons indebted to the firm of G.
& E. Penni. are etnitestly requested I
make payimnt without delay.
I have not power to give loniger indutlgetne
as the affnirs of the Coincern,. must he srettli
tip; atid tinless payme.nt is made at nneiri
lay, the Notes and Accontms. withoit dii
tioa ,will be given out for collectioti
E. PENN, Agent.
RAYMOND & WARING'S
GREAT ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBITION,
FROM THE CITY OF NEW-YORK.
rIt AND Mr Jno. Shaffei
CAVALCADE. The tring LI10
place of Exhybition, v
the Menagerie ivill be 44elY ip
preceeded b y t h 142
Grand and Novel will 1we0 NS. rn
Spectacle of an ele- LO
aiUSIC CHA ARRIOT Ti-'ISd
wnAiv.N my le %ilJio
Eight Gray Horses lar /
of tile larIest Iize,
contatning n B.ND Of i J%rie AA
will itli~eit ie ar iu war i'ful a nd
Whlo will enllivenl 1hpF
scene by exectiiin a h rni.
variely or M, sra vr
Favnrite Pieces of
Will be Exhibited at Spn"ste1thEgfedC H.othe14th
Aiken on Friday the 1ath Decemrber.
Doors o)7n from 1 to 4 o'cloi Pe Mh
AD1ISSION 50 CENTS; CILDREN U'ZNDEM, TEN YEAIS OF AGE
AND SERVANTS. HALF PRICE,T
1R 4Y1MOVD 4- WARING wntild atitintince zo the citizens or tbelVeit. thaE lhey
will nwhave all opportunty of speig the eeleirdtrv
JO-1N S11 %FFE11, & LADY.
Ile haq lieen 9yled by crilirs the -Lion Kin-, " as he*tins exiinsediia ife hereto
fore in subdoing Jie larees, and most teruible Lion ever eaight ; thi; Cairial is ol pro.
sent in his pns4e%.ioii, atd has repeatedly saved his lile tlt:eii Pxeri-og the oher
ie,sts in the ppr6irmning rzge. Ilis rents hinve been beheld by millions ; lie nellially
)RIVIES A W~ILD Liox, haruessed to a car, thus shoxving the s:jpremne mtaje!ty of inalt
nfove thh brmate.
THE' WILI) TENANTS OF THE FOREST. fro'm the hugo and doril Elc
piant. bile nxjhs,ic ioi f unexplored Africa, the fierce Tier ol the Beingalillogles.
the beautirul Leopatrd, thie ifayrul but ferocio,i B e dar. geolle G zelle, the useful an:
Atieni n yel. the enriosly ;trited ZThra, tte grave rolin. Il.vena, the stealy
Panihler, the savzige WVolf. 0ic cmitnina Fox, dlow.%n thromph flkl the lesser grades, al-e
lere beheld with perfect s wuely. trie to their natir at lizes, but perfectly subjiet to the
coiol o hian, t the lord of crtin.
FOLES OF TIlE A AN ) *1PTiLE , the most lex uliftl, r.re, varied
and Iincuis n their speries. are a o ci rised in thi valha;ble collecti n ; descrip.
tion is p oswerless and space in n iuited in admit it. Stflire it to say that ihe ptoprie
ors are of the oldet staidin and hilicsi celibriv, and have devoted years of bn itian
exetise.in the present colletion, whict is p1ruiouthed in Europe an America, per.
The moral and ,tse h pilaosm which aer in e irion like thiscan serve, are perelved
by l, anti nceloe eiged ly all Zoralists ; the exhibition serves to eniertatti at d in
P1ruct all In the wonde ltr hes works ,df the Supreme eihg, and is paetieularly impres
Siv on the lotl rd o f youti.on
N o v 2 9 1 8 -18 .3
TIE CRY IS, LE Te US GO TO
CHEAP CASH17 S"TOREs
and OT S YOU WILL ANSWER. Timris are ai rd, Cotton 16r, anI ; coni
wanting. " ute never fetr, a litle catsh will. gue a goti way thy Coming t Inp
Store. oVhe odusriser osiers such iduee entsitys will overcome those erils. Asd
great is.ttio4a is o hand w hich.were bo-ut lately a ihethe North very chea p
DRT (IS-FANCY GOODS FOR DRtESSES-9T.-AWLS. R I BBONS,
COILLARS, 'LOVES, CHE CKS, lBED I'M-AUNG, HOSE, &c. &c.
(ectlyWunparrJlleedY.-CTL.Y .EAS TKCO
byal mond nenege bqnicl oales isml ;preexiision seveJsa da to enetiiand in,
etrut at my the , ndrou w irks o he u re me to eag, atrfndisot pa rticrl itrs
irecan the g c:nd s t byouth.era erd
Novembe 28-, - S.if 44
CHEAP CASH STORE ilte~ ts,tl ER
UC tig. tu n vetia,rtyt-fenh il.ve g n ywars by comin r t o mjg
Store .ie ofubs ente pilers such.inducementexs willtovercome th e vid tAs
4e4 Blerlimet isand w hitchg.wr at ugh la e y h hed oarh lieryl chep
Ditd 1 eSA Y GODSFOtr ySS-HALSrRd.N
ice l o,l. RS, ittOVES hite KS,nnel sDrirKNG ot nthSE, near thc.r
Meuty mottbin qk aes and Ssmtci r2 tc o tablpofis.' re lt oul ay onela s o wiltmeiu
eniin a my r e ard yo ilb hbi to a iaftrf id n o t y prices theUr<
Lr einy the grse-ts t bargis ever tofhered.t)ilogdiji weeIittg itt
stlrp:tst'il..TOIJ . C ON .
Iew Goodts just arivdrt $2'!EA,D
R.it aCt AroU 1)S .Sl T& Cos, Valabl CaYfridgte Landcib
siEry cA SOE nteSdis,m ER
UCIIge tier Pi llowa Ct i n. aconat oftrm 'ER Fi 0 I f A Lf e. r ,
FU tlRw pri c y f rt.icens per yard co p i on E ta ti nn e ndha
N4 4 2 Blnhdantr w Shrinsa 8,nit ay tihea o ha irelo a
I' and 12. cnt orperIyard.. sca onilt ne ofhsa etlna.he r
nieay wol Edeienditt Ilns atipo of the irt toesdb the lirtidtent n3i
at 20 to ll ent fi r M y. Dxem ; heti i spe'd s nrahr shoarid e ih n sp kenite
Caser ies xteLue,o the eertdlon aktstPsyes dtc the soehat doF LND lof wil gi
CAEn rore,an hand si, belo.nto thiet aboved read tosanyt onte n ib elite
ingto he stae o Jol Rperdecase, Dshimt. meott i g rsix dre o r t ,ve ntydulr
Lin a e i treys, mothpis. no P toasr es tiioded b ind ofh e. P. Pth L.
Glazsneqred to iver amnotes, wit appoed Ct arrent. A . lNaov. ther,o Gth 43
seuiy dayefDnttbe npteort cvdtafrd, t
White AN rv Am s TORale Cl t tid tghre g er.exetast hecttywt
ST ee ived a sperlnemen asortet PER- tey an pit fo tith E ,
FU If.Y,FancJOrtceS.&cc.c. .IN E U1T Y
J CO NSCepC hStr.Nov 22 3t 44nySmt,ea,
T Spa a 0 o ale - Benj. F. mith , lll.n an
arye o rk d e ail Disrice, sa ll pro el at the la oreelo Becjaii
heJnx OhN Chebaedaun ashSr, TPA :it mhiTATFlAND of whichteh
CNEve forenSa high be4ng Court sese, and thsnd.tne irn oAbbeil
inuogtersat CoffJel& ordased, imeic. contain s. x ude thre, mopre
on acreit f telvemonhs.Purhas roomes, nddb cla uinds t.P o5oldL.
wi Atb reqied togie ntswthpoe Carter.r..4. par ileir and othrs. Office.1
LEcuy. DSSA N A R SPE R -A n1 'a. nd three 1 e rs ex e t f as43he c s, w
Novei t 184 O CO4t E -1ad12 ar C b Iandy! iConandy aprv
Ihs.frc1ri0.ty, t Bs.r ohe plendi ofreh Uca
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Nov 0 8 if 42 No I5lt*
Valuable Lands & Negroes
BEING dispoied to -educe the Plant
ing interest, and diiencumber the
Trust Iisatae, of Mrs. Weighman, the
undersigned offers for sale that iaiabi
Plantation, on Stevens and Chavis-Creeks,
in Edgefield District, now it the posses
siun of W. J. Weightman. consis!ing of
about 1900 Acres.
These Lands are well known to be un;
snrpassed in the District, for the production
of Corn and Cotton, and only thirteen
wiles from the market of Hamburg. They
,vill lie sold i) one tract, or will be divided
to suit the convenience of Purchasers.
Several Families of
A liberal credit 1*r the Land will h
given with interest from Sale-the pur.
chase monry. to he well sfcured. by Mort.
gage and personal security, and the titles
to the property, wiil he maile by Col.
Christie, as Agnnt of the Bank of the State
of South Carolina. and will be unquestion
0Q' Apply to Win. J. Weightmt,tt on
the premises, nr the undersigned at Edge
field Court aouse.
Nov 22 ir 44
Important Sale by Ex'or.
Edward Collier Sr. beeld.
W ILL lie sold on the 2d Tries
i -. dvy, and days followin.(12th
' and 13rh December next,) beginning
:t the White louse place near the
donwe liridges, in this district, the folloviing
1st the Belcher tract of land, 320 aeteq
2 Long Cane quarter. some
divided to suit purchasers, 600 '
3 " Deleshaw tract, near the
- Morrah tract, 50 "
4 " Rtodgers tract, 1f0
5 " Brick louse tracts, 600 "
6 " Several small tracts in the
7 ' China Grove latad, 4 or 500 "
S Btarwick place, 50 "
9 " Rocky creek lands. some 290 "s
W " Bouchelon or M ill tract
iear Willington. 277 '
And nil the lands it, this District, not wille&.
On Friday the 15th. I will sell the Savin'iita
river tract qnarter. in Edgelield District. at ie
house of Thomas K. Collier, diyided tq. suit
purchasers,600 acres of LAND, with the Coirn,
(otIon in hles, Horses, Ilogs and catde 6f Alle
Richland Ponds place.
And at the White Iot:se place. on thi 19th
nuid 13th, in this District, I will fell some 15 or
20 Likely NEGROES, the stock ofnirkes,
Mules Hogs, &c., of the Brickhouse.And Glni
Cane quarter places, with some 1500 bUfls
ofCorn, Oats, one hundred bales of Cotoh,'&c.
All personi indebted to the Estate, will be
expected to pay, at the sale, whether b:y ote or
account. All sums under $20-cash. Unds
will be sold on a'credit of twelve months Wth
interest from d;ite, bonds and two approved se
curities wit I morgages, purchasers to, pay for
till necessary papers. No property. to bW to
mnoved until the term. are complied with the
purchasers must reci, take away,'s6 the
thirteenth and fourteenth withoft fail. Trms
of sale of the personal property made knv*a
on the day of sale.
. DAVID LESLY, Ea'ct.
Abbeville,Nov 15 1848 4t 4
BY aintOrder from John Hlill, Eirq.,
Oriayof the Distric.t aforesaid,
shall proceed to sell at the Iafe residebee
of.John Powe, deceased, on MWoada-y the
eleventh day of December next, all 'The
personal property of said deeeased, ebu
.isting of Negroes. Cotton, Corn, Fyd4et.
Stock of Horses. Hogs, Cattle and She-ep,
also, a lot of Wheat, Plantation Tools,
Household aod Kitchen Furoiture. On
a credit of twvelve months, ithit note and
two approved securities, except for sums
Iunder five dollars, all such amiout.tts will
be reqluired in Cash, the propierty not
changed until the terms of sale are 'corn
pliedl with, and if resold, at the first fur
JACOB POWE. Admer.
Nov 22, 3t 44
I will offer for sale on Wednes day the-6th day
of December next. and the d.ay folloiving at
the hate residence of lirs. Nancy Qoarles, all
her real and personal estate, wlsich passies un
dler tier will and nuot thereby dia.pdssd of'consts
tinig of the Norris. Ned Wood..and -Pine' Woods
tracts of land, houses, mul-es, cattle, jirovisions
and many other articles. A mnore -particular
description of the lands will be given on the
day of sale. Terms of sale, land, on 'dne and
two years credit. the personal ptopuery, otn
Itwelve months credit, except for sni under
live dollars whicht wilt he cask. Pntre'hasers to
Sgive ntotes wvith two approved -suredes~ before'
Sthe property wvill lbe delivered..
GEORIGE BOSWEL.L, E'recutor.
Nov 1 1846 5t 41
will orTer for atle at the liare time and
n plaice. 26 likely Negroes bel,oging to the
1Estate of Win. Quarles deceased. and sold un
der his will. Terms, t:welve months credit,
dwith notes andI two approved sareties, before
ethe propierty wvill lbe delivered..
STEfRLING QUTARLES, Executor.
Nov 1 1848 5: 41
BUY an order from.John Hill Esq., Otdina.
Jry of Edgefield District. we will proceed
to sell at the late residence of. ii illiam Scurry
deceased, on Tuesday the filih day of Decemt
b er next, all the personal profterty of said de
aceased. counsisting of thiitty or thirty-five Ne
dgres. a la rpe qmuantity of Corn. Cotton, VWheat
and Oats, Plantationi Toads. Holusehei.ld sad.
~Kitchen turnitture, and other articles te,o tedions~
to mention, on a ':redit of~ twelve M-onths, witik
note and two approved securities.
MA RY H. SCUR RY. Adtr.inistratrix,
H ENRY C. CULIBREATrH, Adinr.
-Nov 13 1848 St 4
H5 TU~E Children and Legaiecs of the late Ma
t' ry M itchell decensed, will offer for sate
at Edgefield Conrt flouse on thie first Monday
in December next, the valuable and commodi
Otis house and lot of land in the town of Edge
field, where she resided at her death. A good
and stunicint title will be made to the purcha
suer, before h.e i ill be required to comply withs
dthe tertms of sale. Terms of sale. credit of doe
t- and two years. Purchasers to give bond and'
two approved sureties, and a mortgage of the.
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