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Bagler L.odge .WOe I4 ?
b7- ilitueeingof this Lodfge.*l
hbe h~eld iudiMondsieening x
'o'rock. Y HN LYON Sec
T HE Members of 1UTLit.LOD&Z No. 17.
10. O. ..are 1pecat1y i.ot,d to at
'Vend the last IneetiI in. th*e res6nt term, tn
Monday ei.g"25th 7 o' lk, at b
iieg -tr importance4 vKill, then be transacted.
Putictual attendance is particularly re'quested
By ordier of the N. G.
J. LYON, SECRETIRT.
Dec i 184 1-2t 47
A Regular'ieeting of Concordia Lodge
ANo. 50, wiH be -held at their Hall on Sat.
,rday the 16th - inst. at 4 o'clock A M. A
punctual attendance of all the nember.s re
quested, as: business of importance will be
brought before'the Lodge.
By order of the W. M.
Wu. H. ATKiNSON, SECRETARY.
Dec6 2t 46
FUGLER INST1Ti TE.
T HE Female Academy at Greenwood,
.Abbeville Dis:rict. conducted by 5tr. &
Mrs. Robert H. Nicholls, will in future bear the
above- deuitnation in honor of.the Rev. Dr.
Fuller of Beaufort. The school was closed
-for the.winter, vacation.on the 30th of Novem
ber, and will be re-opened on .ue first moad. y
in February 1849.
A Catalogue of the Institute has been pub
lished.,aud-cau- be had by application to the
Greenwood, Dec. 13 3t 47
,XORE- ]OEW GOODS.
Splendid assortment of Toys, Harmoni
- cas. Flaeletts, and a great variety ol dif
ferent articles in that line-Fier Crackers, Fier
Works of, great vaiieties.
-1,Hhd. of that -slendid Sugar,11 lbs. for $1.
6 Bgsi o silendid Rio Coffee.
-Cb6ese a 121 cents per poud.
.Butter Crackers at 12icents per pound.
.Raisins at 12J cents per pound.
g a-..STATIONA RY.
Letter Paper 124 cts lier qirre, Foolsdap,
Blank Books, a full assortuiiat of -full and halt
bound Ledgers._journal, Cash Booka..etc: etc.
- Alarge assortment of Lndies black and col
ored':Beha, likewise'; Childrens Belts-all of
which iill-be sold at unusual low- ptices at
-J. COH N-S Cheap Cas Store
Dec 13 - f 47
HARD 11URNT BRICK,
For sale by
S. S. TOMPKINS.
3 tf - 47
GzxuNE RETIT GULF COT-O
#~ SE El-.
KS of the above SEED just.rt
a direct'ron the Gulf.
rranted- by us, to be the genuiiie
was we have undoubted.certifi
c.nfdenly- recommend , them to
)will,be sold. low.
Em el a a ta to
.Rhige. Road 6 imiles from Edgefield -Couirt
Uo fi2O 'crei ofrwoodlawn iia its native
.tat&. 85acr~6s in-caktivationl,'mostly. fresh and
in-gooid.repeis,-and.about. 5 acres in an old field
thrownou' *-- -
SThose who .wih oto .buy Ridge lands, may
rol-by avaiig themaselves. of this nouce. for
f.iise ti i- .T. B. LOV ELESS
De. 131848 3i" 47
. .Y an or~der fromi John Hill1, Esq., Urdina
.ry 1' will sell at the late residence of
Mbs. Elizabeth Delaughter, deceased, on Wed
asesday the 3rd 'day of January next. all the
personal property of said deceased, -consasting
of Nogroes, Horses. Cattle,.Hfogs. Corni and
Fodder, Household and Kitchen furniture, and
many other articles not uisentionied, oii a credit
until.the 25th day or Doceinber 1849 tur. all
asnms over. fve Dollars, of ad under that
amout csh. G. M. ROPER, Adn'r.
Dec. 11 1848. 3t 47
STA.TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGE FIE LD DISTRICT, -
John Schumapert, ' Foreclosure
To. . . i
Samuel Webb. Mortgage.
- Y virtue of a Mortgage io this case,
~3I will proceed to sell at Edgefi,-ld
Court House, ont tbe first Monday or Trues
da in January next, the following negro
Daf, Jack, Fan, Jaue, Louisa, Dave,
Alee. Rya, Chtes, Andrew, Ge.orge, Lew is,
Sarab, Sie and Simon.
S. CHR.ISTIE, Agent.
Dec 13 3r 47
TATE OF SOUrl-H CAROLINA,
Jobn Cary, by hit next
~friend, D). J. Walker, Pe-ari.
- nL.Cary, at al. )
SOTICE is hereby given that, by vir
ture of ax Order from thte Ct,urt of
-Eqiuity in-this ease. I shall proceed to sell
ar Edgefleld -Court House. on the firat
'Monday in January next, the lands belong -
ing to thecetate of' William H. Cary, die
ceased, situate on Hollow Creek. in Barn.
~well-District, and adjoining lands of tas
ier Ramsey, Wade Glover. Wise H olly
gad others, containing five thousand acres,
mote or less, whereon isean excellent Saw
Said lands will be sold on a credit of
-one atid two years, except for so much as
will pay the cost of the mu it, to be paid in
cash. Purchaser. to give bond atnd good
sureties, and a Mortgage of the premises
tto secure the purebase money.
* S. S. TOM PKINS. c. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office.~-Dec. 8, 1848.
Dee. 8, 1848 4te 47
~TAAC FREE living near the fork of the
ligging Ferry Road and L.happel Ferry
i.~4tles before me, a small Gray Mare
Muispposed to be ffeen years old. Ap
-~~s thity-.five dollars, itis December l1.t,
-~" HRDY WHITE, Mlagistrate.
. ~-- .'- i -~ 47
",X.virtue of Sundry Writs of Fieri
ficis to ime directed, I will pro
ceed to seltUt Ed,feeld Court House, on
the lirst Monday in JanuarY next, the foi
ltoing propirty in the foll awir.gcases, viz4:
Oliver To'wIes, -Administral6r, vs M.: L.
G--arty- a tect of land tontaiiiing twenty
two acres more.or less, adjoining lands - of
F. O'Conner and Tbeophilus Lundy.
Theuphilus Hill, bearcr, vs. Wilson
Kemp. a tract of laud containing one hun
dred and sixty-one dcres more or les",
(known as the Dodging tract of land.) ad
joining lands of John H. May. Daniel Hol
Johbn R. Wever vs. William Morris, one
House and Lt wnere -the defendant lived
in the Vilage of Edgefield. adjoining John
Moloy, and Henry Christian's Brick Yard.
Wfiliau Garrett, Sr., vs. William Mor
ris, one House and Lot in the Village of
Edgefield, %- here the defendant lives, ad
joiiiig John Moloy, and Henry Christian's
Thomas R. Anderson, bearer, vs. Brad
ley Bryahi. and M. L Gearty. a tract of
land where M. L. Gearty lives. containing
owenty acres more or lese, adjoining lands
or F. O'Conner.
R. M. Fuller vs. Wasl.ington Freeman,
the ioterest of the defeudant, in a Bric
Yard at Liberty Hil. and also his interest
in the lot where he has a grocery, and one
W. S. Cothran vs. G. W. Christian and
W. Freeman. the above described proper
ty, levied on as the property of defendant
Rober: Jennings and Samuel Cartledge,
vs J. V. ;artledge and W. J. Cartledge.
the defendints interest in a tract of land
where Mrs. 'srah Adtisuon lives, contain
i!ig tiwo hundred and tOirty acres inure or
le-is. adjoinI lands of R.Jennings. Wiley
H,jrrison and others.
Beijamuin Dwolittle. hearer, vs. Herren
Bush, ilhe tract of land where the defen
dant lives. contaiiin, on hundred acres
:oire or less, adjoining lands of L. B.
Cochran and others.
B Y virtue 0
Facias to me directie, I will pro-.
ceed to sell at Edgefield Couri House, on
the,first Mouday or Tuesdiay in January
iert, the follow~ing pro.perty.in the -follow
Jeremiah W. Sttikes, vs. Williamson
Daiton, one negro man Jery.
, Samnel A..H,adges. vs. Benjamin Holt,
one Waggon and. one Bay Horse.
Sniith and 'Bily vs. Benjamin Holl, one
Waggon and one Bay .Hurse.
Terms of sale cash -
, CLIRISTiE. -2. E.
Dec-13 . 3t 47
STATE OFSOUTfl CAROLINA,
- N RO1!NARY.
IL~ 1defctd Es~ci P
to 'ie for' etiers of Ad fmiliation, on.
alt. and'singular the: goods. and chattel.,
rights and -crisdits -ef, NaneygBf'rry -la.m
of the District: aforesaid, deceased.1
* Thbee are, therefore. to cite and ad mon
ish adi and singular, the kindred -and.cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me.'a1 oar next Ordipary's Court
for ahe said District. to be holden at Edge
GleldCourt House on ehe 22d day. of Dec.,
inst., to show cause, if any,.why the said
adminiistration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, th.s the
7th day of Dec., in the year of our Lordt
one tho,usand eight hundred and forty.
eight and in seventy-third year of Amer
-JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
'Dec. 13 2t 47
D E. P'. TEAGUJE takes thais method of
informing the citizens of Edgefield Vil
lage and vicinity, thaet he wilt miove to the Vil
lage about th'e '1st of' Januar y next. and iniends
.making a perinanient residence here, for the
purpose of practising Medioine, Surgery and
HIe has bee'. engagedt in 'an e-xtensive conn
try practice for the tast fiair years, in comp;anv
with his Father in Lauerens District, and hopes
that his experience and nnceasing attention
tothe duties of his profession. wilt obtain for
himt a share of putblic pateonage.
His residence will be the house formerly c
enapied by S. S. Tompkins, Fsq., near Ite
Dec 6 1848' tf 46
Leo. H. De Lange.
RESPECTjFIjLLY infotrms the Citizens or
Edgefield C. H. and its vicinity, that he
can h,e found at the Spann Hotel until the 22d
inst. Those wishing his services should not
delay-alt work warramted, or no charge.
Teeth inserted on Gold Pate. that will defy com
RrEF.as to B. A. RODRIGUEs, M. D., Surgeon
Dentist. Ch:arlestoin. S. C.
Dec 6 1848 2t 46
Ioo LB S ASSt)RTED) CANDIES.
IAISINS AND SOFT SHELL
10j Boxes superior quality Bnnch Raisins at
12& cets per pound
2 Bsgs son Shell Almonds,
2 Boxes La GOnire Citron,
Also a lat of English Carron Ware, snchi as
Ovenas. Skillets &c.
Just received and for sale at
R. CAUSSE & CO'S.
Cheap Cash Store.
Dec 6 tf 46
WA NT ED,
A Teacher fully competent to prepare fsts
den:s for admission into the Jumior Class
of Sooth .Carolina College to tak~e chnrge of
the Betheany Academy for 1849. A;pplication,
either in person or by letter, will meet with im
-Address A BNER P ER RIN,?P. B. T
Lnngmiire's P. (.. South Carolina.
Dec 6 1848 - 3t 46
SUPERION Oronoco Chewing Tobacco,
a.fine assortment at different prices, at
J. COHN'S Cheap Cash Store.
-Nnv8 A tf d2
A S Cotton c EuioesireTin Low in1
scriber takii this. methdd of informirn
that he has a splendid and well selectedSl
lately b.-ught it New'York and Philadell
thei at each prices as will compare with a
cel. His stock is entirely N , and -c
there. His stock consists in part oeverf k
ses-Shawles, Ribbons. Colars, Gloves;
ready made Clothing., Hats d Caps, Harc
Blankets. kerseys, Sugar antl Coffie; ?ep
men to pay for had debis coorracted: with ni
CHEAPER than the G&a;est. The commu
be satisfied, before buying anywhere -el-se.
charge for looking, you m1ay easily come i
forced to adinii,'that the best Bargains are.
December 6 1848
OF READY MAI
AT THE CHEA1
T TIP. Subscriber hving just received
Clhing. consisting in part of Pauli
Po.kei Handlierchiefs, Shirts of all descrip
in style and taste cannot be eurpassed, and
lie now offers a splendid assortment of 1
style of Childrens fancy C ats, Carpet Bit
Fancy Miss's Black, Slate and White. U
Gimps 4nd Fringes.
Just.received a fresh assortment of NEM
HASTING'S COMPOUND sYRUP OF
OT only a p.-sitive but a warranted cu
Nfor consumption and all diseases of t
lunes. Tbis medicine has decided the -dispu,
about the'cu!Rbility of consumption, and -sat-is
liehe iedical factily-and all who have usd.
it, that conscmption and all affections of the
lungs-can not only be cured, but they are as ea
siily and simply cured, as almost any of the dii.'
orders to which the hitman frames is liable
The opleration of a single bottle, which costs
$1, is-sunficient :osatisfy any patient-if not al
together too far gone with the disease-uf this
fact; and even a single dose gives evidence of
its extraordinary infimeuce .in arreutig -and,
eradicating the malady by the i.nmediate reh _J
which--itaffiords:, This is no. quack- or secret
remedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverert.S one ofr
the most etineit physicians of the.age, and
has made a full disclosure of its history. a6dill:
its componeit parts to the world. not wishiriy
to incur the respoisibility-of confining'to..hii,.
self, for the iake of ptofit, a' secret which ,as
calcuatued 'ta do 'such winiversal good 4ARd
iclialks'beenithe -wonderfuLresult.f its oRe,
-ati s.-tat.the ;Lon.don.AUCet,. .Mebi
Tinmaiid the'int eiinent physicianfb.
-b'e'iipheres,arefsaiy,uslYnc4li' upon On8'er
'eob.to.ginm6diate recourse.to it; anitd"po
-imi.;tht ollyk'nowi 'medtcte, it aone
.riseasins'6f I ~ s.--ungs-PIP'
.F,aalet the Pathecary'Hall e
.5, D. CHASE.,.
Pried $1 per bottle
Derember 6 18463 12m 46
Edgef"eid Female Academy.
aiTEACHER is wanted to take chargeof
this Institution for the attuning year'.-- The
Trustees will receIve applicationis until theiset
of January, but tin school will not commnence
until the -1st of February next.
-Applications (post plaid,) directed to. the
TrusteOs will be attended to.
N,. L. GRIFFIN,
- A. B. ADDISON. I
JOHN LIPSCOM B, >TausTWs.
-GEO. L. PENN, I
R. TI. MIIS. ) t
Dec. 6 183484 4
* The Charleston Mercury anti Temper
ance Advocate, will publish twice, and forward
accounts to this office.
ELM WOOD FEMALE
SITUATED on the ('anmbridge road, 13
miles North of Edge fi.-ld (C. HI.
The exescises ol tltis institution will be re
umed on the lst Mlonday in January. under
the directin of Miss MaiarT A. War.DIE of
Phildlphia. Miss WVar.n:x brings the high.
:st reconnnendatinnls and referene.es as to qual
Rates ot' Tuition as folluws per session of
Elementary Branches, $6 00
With the above Gramnmar, Georgra
thy. and History, 90
With the above Natural and Moral Phi
losophy, Criticism and Composition. 12 00
dusic otn the Piano. 16 00
For ue of Piano per session. 2 00
Good boarding can be obtained in the imnme
diate vicinity of the Aeademy, at $6 per month
Dec 6 1818 4t 46
EdgeielId Male Academy.
r HE exercises of this Inutituation, will be
.resutmerl on the first Monday int January
next, undner the direction of' MR. JAMES
The high character of Mr. Taay, as a gen.
Iemarn of hterary attninments, warrants the
Trnstees. in recommending. with confidence
this Institution to the public, as a School where
a thorough education mtay be obtained. Mr.
T. is a graduate of the Soomh Carolina College.
and well qualified to prepare young gentlemen
fo' entering that Institution.
To persons at a distance who may wish to
patronize this School, the Trustees promise
that the utmost vigilance shall he exercised, to
prevent dissipation, and overy attention paid.to
the cuivationt of good morals, and the preser
vation of etrict diciplina, among the puptls.
The situation is as healthy as any in. the up
country. and boarding can be haad upon rea
F. H. W:ARDLAW, '
- N. L.GRIFFIN, (
-R. T. MIIMS.
*, Charleston Mercury. will please publish
weekl until ist January, 'nd forward account
to this office.
Nov.29 fit .45
ADDLES. Bridles, -and Saddle Bags,s
~at New York Retail Prices, at
J. COIHN's Cheap Cash Store.
rice, -try tso plentifuli the sub-.
the "ib"he surrounding country,
ek of~Ge one'hand, which he has
ia, extret .and that he is t.elling
ny sold t under any circumstan
Id Goods bou f. ears. baek cai be found
md t 6"6da'y Goods for dres'
Cheek'kiflyg H use. etc., etc., also
'ware. JeIwefyCutlery Segurs, Tobacco,
Per Zpice, et. etc. As I don't ask any
e,- do dpe i a4d freely:say, (hat , sell
oity wotid df#ell'1'give -nt n-trial, and
Call, .ee,betfh-cohvinced and as I dop't
ud allwbcrexamies bem fairly will be
.t J., CO1N'S.,
D-E . iIINGG
0 CH ST.ORE.
neweisirin'of- the moat Fachionable
loos,VeitUoat, Scarfs. Silk Neck and
ions, ew.'etc direei from the lNorth. which.
as regards:-ce.irtey are as all his Goods,
elads; Tas5l.4 -Clasps Steel Rings, a late
tdin',' ~ulLassortm,t of.Lambs Wool
'se, Bac "p,..latest syle Ribbons,
RIGE, Wjillbe"uld low ror CASH.
PROSFE-TS OF THE CHESTER
3 R E R.
VR&#idereigned proposes to publi6h,
L if.suc ijuly encouraged, at Chester
iturt Houa, S. C.. a weekly nowspaper
uader'theabove title. We deem it ne.
cessary to niiterae the advantages to be
Aerived - . Dtrict'better calculated
o:sustai104.han Chester; with an iode.
pdudest.anitnt'lligent, popu[ation as she
ha.e d og.esitate a. moment to be
leve'thav ierEintereste require it, and that
.ier-Litizi w.viJlcordially co-operate with
the subsc n'thd proposed underiakin.
.-It wil ur. qim u. ev.ery instance to
iake - rer acceptable.to i ts pat
n such- aat as we may
ein esh. ne Ts,VoIr:gn poliii
cu it - ti,.h. Agriculfure, Tem
oralf tct c . &C.
- ~ t ourt ol caurut, we
" DIIIArat t a%
andin e a resist wa I.nr t ihthe
jusP tuholy ;krsa .1Yorih7
unwaicsva tu.o, Jat iroans.ad ai4
- eusu59~A7reT beit calatd& ? o'w.
e eure U 'rigt t d an eguality' with -the
~'TR~.Th( i ~'~wil1be prin
tedna lket is r.Royal siz"e with
iew type, 1 TWVO:DO.LLARS, (with
twe montIWt 'ay. the advance- money,)
and withine mwonths.T:WO DOLL4AS
AND-FI'.' CENTS, and.if now paid
untill thei di o the subscription year,
We desit issuing-the first number as
soon as sufei'ent numbers of -subscribers
'We- respisifully. solicit Post-Manedre,
and all out?frieiids throughout the State
and elsewheThto pr-ocure us subscribers
and forwi[their names.
: -a -Z: BRID WEL L, Jr.
IEWELSFRY ! JEvWE LERY !!
5iJST o.peed:the large't assortment ever
bought for this Market, consistitng of
Gold Fingr Rings, Ladies Shawl an'
Gentlemne's Gold Pins, Ladies and Mija
ses Gold..Earri-ngs, Gold Pencils, etc.
All of which'ipi warranted Gold, and will
be sold extreibelv low at
J. COHNS' Cheap Cash Sroie.
Oct 18 - f 39
ALL .,ersohn .indebted to the estate of
Mtisa Julia F. H arden,dee'd., are reqnest
ed to make immediate payment. and those
having demands .to present them properly at
Nov 29A. BUSH NEL, A dn'r.
ALL persona indebted to the estate of
Ldewis'Hpltfes ceceased, are requested
to make payment on or . before the 25th of
December sext, and those having demands,
to presens ilie~m properly attested.
- G. HOLMES-Administrator.
Nov 6 1848 7t 42
AGfrstirte Saddle Horse, fBye years old,
Aworks well' in harness, of good quality
For further particulara, apply to
Nov 8-1848 if 42
A LL thositindet,ted to the Estate of Adimon
MI. Teagee. deceased, are iequested to
make immediate 'pay ment, and those htaving
demands., to.present them. proi,erly attested.
DecO 61848- 3m 46
()L. JOHN BAU8KETT is appointed
tmy ottorne during my- temporary ab.
Egee~...H.. R.S. ROBERTS.
Edeild' H.9th Oct. 1848.
Oct11 ~ t -38
AStXp riortAticle. 8 pountds l'or $1.
Fo salp.by. . .R. S. ROBERTS.
Ot 25 - , .tf 40
cents e un
For sal b OET
sg ppy a eeve.Pie2
r I ou
O . 9
PROMTJ CIY O N EW-YORK.
GRN Mr n. Sha7e.:
CAVALGADEr:>The dlaring LION
(On ente~rin e T.. TAMER, anid his
place uf ExIhibit:0.. _iaiiiei
the M~enae,erie will i,, ~~lyitei
preceeded by th - - il enter thte engo
Grand and Nouv e nihLIONS
Spectacle of an elt *. t E s. L EO P.-,
MAltSIC C HA RRIOT T' HR D RS.sdPN
DRAWN BY . wlljreg R
Eight Gray Horses -a eAr
of the largest size'. LION harnessed to
aSing. SDe Car, and will by -
IVI.owiIenivenR8 . ariu gracful and
vceney ctn 'is control over an
scen byegeclio LImals usually deemed
vi etyi o o the mfout savage
Favorite. Pieces of ..
Will be Exhibited at Spann's the 13th ; Edgefield C. H. the 14th
Aiken on Friday the 15th December.
Dooirs open from 1 to 4 o'clock P. M.
ADM1SSlONJ 50 CENTrS; CILDREN UNDER TEN YEARS OF AGE.
AND SE RVANTS, HALF PR1CE,I
R -I Y MO ND 8; W'ARING. would annJounCe to the citizens -of the South, that they
will now have au opportnity of seeing the cele'rted
A OJOHN SHAFFER & LADY.
He has been styled by critics the ' Lion K(ing, " as he has exposed his lire htereto
fore in subduing the largest and most teruible Lion ever caughts; this animal is et pre
sent in hiis posseIsion), and has repeatedly saved his life wh len exerCising the ether
heasts in the performing cage. Hi fts s have been beheld by millions; he actually
DRIVEs A WILD LION, harnessed to a cur, thus sho wing the supreme majesty of mats
above the brute.
T e WILl) TNANTS OF TIlE FOREST. from the huge and docile Ele.
phant. the tmajesti Liont f unexplored Africa, the fierce Tiger BY the Bengal jurgies.
.be beautiful Leopard, the playful-but ferciou. Bear, gentle Gazelle, the useful ano
patient Catmel, the curiously stripetl Zebra, the grave robbing Hyena, the- stea4t4y
Paer, the savage Wolf. tue-cunning.''ox, down throcgh all the lesser grades,.lr
here beheld with perfect safety. true to their nature at times, hut perfectly _ubject tie
control of man. the lord of creation.
FOWLES OF THE AiR AND REPTILES, the mst, beautiful, rare,varied
atd dangerous of their species, are also corsrised in this valuable collection, descrip
tion is powerless and space too limited to admit it. Suffice it to say that the 1ot -
tors are of the oldest statding a6d highest tel-ibrity, and have-devoted-years oef til and
expense to the present collection, bhieh r i rooun.ed in Euro.pe an America, per
fctly unparelleled. -
The mroral and useful purposes which an exhi'ntron -like this can-serve,--are perceived.
by all, and acknowledged by all moralists; the exhibition serves to-entertainjand n -.
struct all in the wvonderous works of the Su preme Being, and is particularly impres
ive on the minds of youth. -
Nov 29 1848 .u ~45~
State of SOuth Carolina. IValuable Landsa & egres
1O SQUJTY- . LAD A E
E:e Partb Partion for lease to seli
.Robt. C. Myers negres.guasrpandhip. ra. e E ING disposed eoeduc tihe oent
URSUANT to the order or the Court ,a in--he terest, and diiencumbereey
DIofEquity -in the aove. case, I .ilreust -Eate, of Mrs. . Wu;hutem ar Oau
phan. tie mjesd Lio 4 nexpore Af ri thnire oier foteBr itjirs
sell before the Court House. af F efieli-o ner.ge Gzer s t ual ardl and
p a t mel, t er sla i r sin -Edgefield Distice, rna epose
-f6elilh ;aud;ua -.womisnh :d:her i'- - '
Pant-eui dBhetsy and her rsree ghird
o adr ew ; ia u t e r ds o f . n.r a nt-.
FOWLE I, U Oof TH I N ETLS tenobe~!.nitiiu ae ai'
and deu ofatip.hid; i !ie..r e so
driverand' house .servant, andhste (wifeic s -o t i Pro"
tPshis,a o ools witaher g ad ironet, and- - a lhree soktitine td
:beir chilenviz:-Sencer aboi iyeats to sall6r C$
of ageGeage borut 16, nlberd .bout 15 - :
Jack aioua11, Fed aboutry, Lets ab ti -l t. - -
, Charlotte about 14, aroline abou t e, SeveiarLoenertaiui- d -
ad Charles about 3; in r all twenty-three BeinrLIkNfgl g
slaves. A beral credit' fo the wnand ioif you
The abo'e is a pri m lot of Ncgroes, given with iddere&t Tro N SaleOh,.,, r
and were 'raised in Edgefl e District. cbasetnooey toie well secsfd, by o
Terms of Sale-So much cash as may- gage and persoal secutity, and t1ke siid
be necessairy to pay the costs of suit, and to the property, will he 'made 'by Col.
andi expenses of sale, the. balance upon a Christie. as Agent of-rhe Bank -of tire Stat,
credit office years. with interest from the of South- Carolina, and will be unquestion
day tof sale;.-paable annally; to be secured ably ood. .
by Mortgage of the property sold, and good 87" Aoppls to W in. Weightman, nc6
personal securiy. the premises. or the undersigned at Edge.
-ePurcbhsers to pay for papers includtng hiild Court House. -
Titles, Bond and Mortgage. in JaOHN BAUSKETT.
E. J. A RT HUR, c. E. R. tb. ~at
Nov. 28, 1848 4t 46 Novr22 - 44
A LL ihose indebted tothe Ertate of'Chares VALUABLE LAND OR
G. Garrett deceased, ate renested, to
make imamediate payment, dtnd those hazvitngSA .
demands to present them properly attested. Tj H E Subscriber ofiers for sale that healthy
P. HI. ELA3I, Admuittstrator. situation Inl Edgefield -District, lately
Dec 6 4t 46 owvned by Wilson Kemp on the Mathews Road.
_______________________________ about tetn Mutes Sotut East of Cambridge, the
.JPIu .e e to r S i l e . tract cotntains some 935 ac.res,-abo'ut 800 acres
of~ said land is in woods, with a comfortable
T3 W ENTY ONE stuperior young M ULES flus an out buildings/conveMient to an ex
3are offered for sale by the Gramiteville cellent spring.
Maufacttrintg Company. If not previously Tennms will-be made easy.
disposed of at privatte sale, they will be sold at .IAMES DORN.
Pbic A uctiott on the first Monday in Jantury Nov 29 1848 &t4
next, at Edgefield Co,urt House.
Apply to the Subscriber. att Graniteville, or I'or Sate ow Rent.
to Mr. J. G. Wilkinston. to the vicinity.
GORGE KEILLY. Agaent fH E Dwelling H ouse. &
Gran Mlanf. Co. u- Lot, omryocpe
Nov. 22 4t 44 ' by W. G. fRusely. ocpinda
qu.arter tnules tof Edgefleld
-olkCee Court House. eon the Columbia Road.
HIE Subscriber most earnestly requests 'The H-ouse coniains, three upright
thuse in,deb.ted to him to conie forward tom,and other convey n u bidns
immediately and pay thteir Notes and Acconcats. roor paclr eniet thi budig..
I would say to those who do not intend settlingg
up by the first ofrJanauary, that tneccasity will Nv o t I c e,
drive tme to put thent to cost. The truth of the L esn netdt h imo .L
matter is, i shall havo Two Thotusand Dollars &A E Penn,a ineeretrqeted to tt imo .L
to pay in the Sheriff's Office, before Marci ak paymenn wirou dernsy. rqetdt
C poert so ld.ie th ecincovec.fhvn I have tnt power to give longer indulgence,
mypoet od %epcry' as UR the affairs of the Concerna, must be - settled- -
Nov 2, 148W. 44BUT up ; anid nutleats paymetnt is made at anearly
__ov ___22, ___1848____6 ___44_ day, the Notes and Accounts. without distinc
Lo&k harp.tton ,wtll be given out for collection
Look harPaE. PENN, Agent.
T H OSE persons who are still indeb:. Nov 22 tf 44
..ed to the Estate of W. B. Maya
deceased, are earnestly requested to settle SaW e 'JoNP .Rugs
up, we are obliaed to have money. F)h?~h~Poundsofeclean Cotton
- S. B. & J. J. MAYS, Ex'ra. 7.'V- For Linen Rags wanted.
Nov 29 if 45 for which. goonds wilt be given ini Exchange at
_________the rate of Two cents a pounad. Any quatiy
-$5 R e w a r d.- small or large will be taken and goods ex'
H E above reward witl be .iven for the changed for them at lowest esh pies
irecovery 'of a Blue Cloth 'loak, *hich Edgefield C.S.
Was stolen from the suab-icnber. or taken by dept.e27 C. --.,
nistake, at the last Regitmental Muster, at-the Sp.2 I (
OldWels.E. PENN. FI:NAL NOTICE.
Nov ____22 _____ 44____LL__ Persons having any dermands a
Notice. decast he estate of James S. Pope,
T * eceaed,are requeted to present themt
HIS is to forewarn all persons from cut- fo pamn y- 5hofDcme et
tiung, or hauling off of my land;, or let- afoip is ntnde hrl t~o GfDcmker nxt
tig fre out, or taking any libei ty whatever,a ise tateent ad sotlya omaee.a
without my consent, as the law will be put' eteetTinsai esat. PP, Ee
in force against them. - j - -iIS .PP, Eeu
MO0SES SWE ARINlGEN. jH A,E. WILSON, tors.
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