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Btgller Lodge .No. 17.
F. @, ?. F.
(Qi= Regularmeeting of this Lodge will
be held on Monday evening next at S
o'clock, F. 11. VAR.DLAW, Sec.
September 12 It S3
A Regular meetingofConcordia Lodge No.
. 50, will be hell at their Hall on Satur
day the 15th inst. at 7 o'clock P. M. A pun..
tual attendaice of all the members is requested.
By order of the.W. M.
W. H. ATKINSON; SEc'aY.
Sept. 12, I . .t
(Gi" We, atte inthorised to) announce
Capt. DERICK llOLSONBAKE, as a
Candidate for Tax Collector.
W ILL cease here in some four weeks, for
'the purpose of going to Hambnrg.
Those wishing their Fe'atlhers Renovated, will
please send their beds in as early as possible.
n all probability it will he the last chance that
may be offered to the citizens of the village and
W. 11. SPECK.
Sept. 12, 1849, tf 34
J OIIN, the Racer, will stand the ensuing
season at my ho1n-o. Those who feel dis
posed can have their Mares accommodated.
TER36s--Ten Dollars Insrhrance.
THOS. H. PATTISON.
Sept. 12, 1849, 4t 34
T HE Subscriber h-iving-~purrhased of Mr.
S. F. G.ode, hs residence in the Village,
las removed to the same. -
E. F. TEAGUE, M. D.
Sept. 12, 1849. ~ f 34
W E have this day associated with us. Mr.
J. E. BUCKMASTEtt. in the trans
action of the General Commission: and . Factor
age Busineess, which will hereafter be conducted
under the name and style of JermEas, Cora
RAN & Co. .
. JEFFERS & COTHRAN.
Hanmbnrg. Sept. 10, 149, - tf 34
Loaf, Crushed and Pow
1 Ab. 000LBS. Loaf Sugar, double
.. , refined,
1,000 Lbs. Crushed Sugar, double refined,
1.000 Powdered ' " "
2,000 " Clarified ".
. For sale by H1. A. KFNRICK.
Hamburg, Sept. 10, 1819, 6t 34
HE Subscriber offer for rate her House
T and LOT about t of n mile from Edge
field C. II. lying on the road leading from
Edgefield C. H. to Columbia, and containing
four acres; also all that tract of land contain
in 1200 arr's, situati about three miles from
The House and Lot will be sold on the first
Monday in October. on a credit of one, two and
three years, the purchase-r giving note and two
approved strities, and a mortgage of the premn
iacs to secure the purcha.se money.
it. B LALOCK,.
P. It. BLALOCK.
Sept. 12. 1849, if 34
SHI E R1UF'S SALE.
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
cias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgetield Cotut House, on the
6rst Slonduy amd Tuesday following itn
October next, the folhawing property, in the
following ease. viz:
B. F. Corlty faor others. vs. H. C. Ethi
eridlge, a tracd of land containing two hitn
dred acres more or less, beloanging to the
dceendant, adljoining lanids of Enrdet t E h
eridge, Hlancoick Sutiberd and others.
James F. Waston & Co. vs. Nathaniel
S. Harrison, a tract of land containing
otne hundredl acres moure or less, adjoining
lands of James Stewart, Jacob Worthing
ton andl others.
R. P. Qtuarles, Bearer. vs. Alexander
Pressley. a tract taf lanad where defendan,
lives, amdjoininag lands of Wiley Hairison.~
Abner Perritn and others.
J. Wa. Chathaam, Bearer, vs. Johnr 31.
Moore anud John R. Sloore, the tract of
land wihere defenadant John M'. ature lives,
adjoining lands .of William Aodrews and
WV. Brooaks, E xecuinr vs. Elizabeth Ttur
ner and Si ~. Attaway, a tract of land be
longing to) t fi defendaptt Elizabeth Turner.
ner, conttaininga sixty acres more or less,
adljoining lanids of Simu. Attaway arnd oth
James Hart vs. 31l. L. Gearry, Jacob
Padlgett and others vs. M. L. Geatrty arid
others, Comimissioner in Equity ve. M. L.
Geartv, F. 0. Conrner and C. .J. Glover, a
tract ~of l-and belonigiog to the defendant
M. L. Gearty, audjiuing lantds of Adami
Mdinrick and others.
R. M. Fttller vs. Thomas Jones, the
tract of land where the defendant lives.
Bland & Butler vs. C. WV. Cochranu, the
tract of land where the defendanit lives,
containin2 t wo hundred acres more or less,
'odjoining lands of James Carroll and oth
Benjamin iBettis vs. WV. G. Russell curl
WV.F. Durisoe; John Colgan vs. WV. G.
Russell, the Hotuse and Lut tnow occupied
by C. L. Refo, containing two acres more
or less, adjoining lands of WV. F. Durisoe,
WV. P. Butler and others, levied on as the
property of WV. G. Ruseell.
Ltuke S. Blanid vs. John Bland, one ne
gro girl narmed Elizabeth, levied on as the
propetty of the defendant.
John L. D~oby vs. A. 11. Burt, the fol
lowing negroes, viz: Molsey, Anna and
her two children, Latara and her child.
Mary and her child, Louisat, Dick and
Aaron, the above property by consent 0f
parties, will he sold on a short credit.
-S. CHRISTI E, S. E. D.
Sept. 8, 149, 4te 34
A LL. those inadelated to the Estate of Hlezo -
.k.kiah Stronme; dec'd., are herebay requested
to make immediate paytment, and those having
demands to-present them properly attested.
B. F. & S. C. STROM E,
Anagust 1, 4m 26
R UTABAGA, GLOBE, and RED TOP,
for sale by G. L. PENN, Agent.
July..1 8 tf 26s
STATE F SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN ORDINAR'Y. 0
B Y JOHN H ILL. Esq., Ordinary of
Edgefield District :
Whereas Luke Rodgers hath applied to.
me for Letters-of Administration. on nll
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of i)ruciller Rodgers, . late
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These arc, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all 4nd singular, the kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be and appear:
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to he holden at Edge
tield Court . I-louse, on the 24th day of
September inst.. to show cause, if any,
why the said administration should not be t
Given under my hand and seal, this the
7th day of September in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-nine, and in the 74th year of Amer
ican Independence. *
JOHN HILL, o F. n
September 12 2t 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
I. ORlDINR.4 Y.
}Y.JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of
. Edgefield District.
Whereas John B. Hohnes, hath ap,
plied to me for Letters of Administra
tion, on all and singulir the goods A
chattels. rights and credits of William
Ilolnes. lato of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore. to cite and admoni
ish ail ntod singular, the kindred and cred
itorsof the said deceased, to hi and appear
belfre tne, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 24th day of SeP
tember inst.. to show cause, 'if any, why
the said adtniuistration should not he gran
Given under my hanil and seal, this the
7th day of September in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-nine and in seventy-fourth year of
JOHN 1IILL, o. .. D.
September 12 2t 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. t
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
B Y JOHN 11ILL, Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas B. C. Hard, hath applied
to me for Letters of admintistration, on all
and singular the goods and chattles, rights
and credits of W. L. Russell, late of the
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore. to cite and admon.
ish all and sngular, the kindied and credi
tors of the said deceased. to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Dist ict. to be holden at Edge
field Court Lioite on the 1st day of
October next, to show cause, if any,
why the said aduiniktration should-ubt be
Given under my hand and seal, this 11th
day of September in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred cad fur:y
nine, ,and in the seventy-fourth year of I
JOHN HILL, O, E. D.
September 12 2t 34
Genuine Cod Liver Oil.
U ISTI received, at sttpp'ly of this vnhlabile
airticlei recettly b rtngl-I into neh'I exen
sieueb t soihn effects ini puhonity
iln. (hir. Wiliamts. of N. Y.) thait of231 cases 2
f tutbisciidons diseatse of thte lItgs, treated ditr
mtt the last two :mid a hialf yeairs, ot whicht lie
is preecrved nteis, ontly nineiteetn derived no
markted ben'tiilit trotmt the uise of this Oil. In
str ownvt cotntittttity one pelrsotn hias altready
been. ti all ai~peatrances. naterial bettefitted by
this remtedy. For Sale by
Gi L. PENN, Agenit.
Se pt 4. 1849 tI' 33
Lamp Ol, Candles &c.
a GALLONS Lampi Oil, a choice
2t00 Gattotts L inp Oil, (sammer strainued.)
15 Boxes Spertm Cantdles.
15 '- Adatmitine (:aindlcs.
10 " lltill's Candles.
For sat by H. A. KEN RICK.
Ilamibttrg Sept. 5. 1849O, t f 33
Land for sale.
T II E Substcribier rdifers for sale on thea most
aicconnnotuidalint terms. the trauct of Ian d
ott which heo nowv residles. Said tracet conttitns
20 necres, the growth of which is principiillyi
oak ;it is situated otn the bead watiers of little
Steven's Cteek, anid is vi'ty well watered. lhav
inig two neiver failinig springs. It adjuitns lands
of M si J. C. Alletn and tir. Cotirad Lowery.
Sept. 5. 1849,, tf 33
5 Cents ecwar'd.
IWILL give the abonve rewardt to any per
soti who will deliver WVtl. SA WYERS to
e, who is a hoiund aipprentice to mte near Ger
matville P. 0. in Edgefield District. antd who
run away on the 26th of Angutst lnst. I also
forwiarn all persons froti trtadittg with him or
boarding htitm t anty resp'ct
Se pt. 1, 1849. t f3
1O'LBS Choice Georgia ntade Cas,
40 Socks Salt,
10 IBls. New Floor, and lots of Bacotn on
hand yet at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Augttst 15 tf 3
Ileavy Cotton Donneitics.
BROWN Shirtings antI Shtectings,
.Net Silk Gloves.
Belt Ribon3 and Laces, new and fresti. can
be had at . BLAND & BUTLER'S.
August 15. tf 30
S G RAY, ~
of CotrPAe NY
* . "A " 7th Regi
mett U, S. Infaintry, will conttinuet BUTCH
ERING from year to year,.and d~o the best he
ca for his patroins.
CHARLES MARTIN GRAY.
July 11 1849, tf 25
6 U~ ARRELS choice State. Lime, in
-~7fine order. F~or sale by
H. A. 'KENRICK.
ui. L. JEFERS, W. S. COT
WARE-HOUSE & COM
M.l RKET-STR I ET, Mamb
T AKE this method of inforsniha their T
still continue the WAREIIOUSE at
dlace and Augusta, Ga., they offer their se
COTTON. FLOUR. !BACON, s;c.,
CHANDISE,..BUY GOODSfor PLA
Their Ware-House in Augusta is on Mlc
T'heir Wate-llouse in this place is safe i
osed to fire.
As they will be constant at their post, pr
hey are aware will add so their own,) they
,hare of that liberal pairoange heretofore t
Li anaAL cash advances wilf be made, w
hamburg, Sept. 1.
IS STILL KEPT OPEN BY
T HE Subsc.riber respmectfully informs his
friends and the public at large, that lie
till keeps the above Hotel and is prepared to
ccommodate all who may favor him with their
omtpany.. His Table will be furnished with
he best that the market will afford, and his Bur
vi choice Liquors. Nis Stubleo are roomy
md well provided with good holsome Provens
ler and attended by an attentive Osler. His
L'ermss will be moderate to suit the times.
He takes this opportunity to setslrn his thanks
oi past favors and solicits a c.>ntinuianreo ol the
atne. H . JENNINGS.
Sept 4, 1849 31 83
HAMBURG, S. C.,
1OH1N A. IIOUSTON having taken the
above Establishment respectfully solicits
he patronage of his friends and the publec gen
ally. The buildinir is at present undergoing
horongh repairs. Good STABLES atid also
LIVERY STABLE will be connected wish
he HOTEL. 'rTe establishtttettt will be opens
d on the 1st of October next.
. August 29, 1849. 3m 32
11T The Abbeville Banner will please insert
hr three Months and direct its account to J.
1. ouston Hanhrg, S. C.,
Log Creek Lands For Sale.
T H E Stbscriber offers for sale his vala.
ble tract of land, sitnated on Log, Creek,
abot seven miks north of Edgefield C. House,
:ntaininig five hundred (500) acres, more or
ess, tdjoning lands of Mrs Nancey Mlocker,
1 T. Hodges, John Burns and others, one half
if whicn is woodland well timbered. On the
remises are a good Dwelling and Negro
i uses, Gin honse. Blacksmnith Shop, and all.
iecessary ont bsuiljings. The land is well
dapted to growing Corni, Cotton and Smail
rnin. Tho tract is well watered.
Also the growmng crop of Corn and Fodder
md four M ales, one Vagoni and sundry arti.
les too tedions to menion.
The land, it not disposed of at private sale,
ill be s.'ld at Edgefiel4 Conrt Hiouse, to the
uglhest bidder, on the first Monday in Dccemii
er next. Terms made known on the day of
le. - Al. D. WELLS.
Sept 4. 1849 tf 33
arpenter's & Unidertakers.
T.! H E Chutrch at Fellowship, bzvinsg resol
Jlved to build a neaw Meetinsg house, unad
he ssnbcribers haing beast appsoimted by the
aid Churchl Ithe comiuice on building &c."
'bic Notice is hserchy givens to Casrpensters
ntl Unidierakers, thast aaled psropiosals will he
ecived by ansy otne of thse said commsittee, fruom
sis date sutisc h7th day of Septetmber next,
hr the busildisng of at tmeetitng hosnse of dinten
ios herein specified. It. however no propo
al shonsild be nmade which tmeets with the aup
>robtions of thse said commssittee, the busildmg
if the sasid mneeting~ hosue will be let to the
swest bidder Ott thsat dauy ast Fellowship.
The ditmensions &c. nire ais folltoows: the
tlidintg tos be 44 by 60 feet in the clear withs
ich of 15 feet, resting ont 19 plillars of rock
versging 24 feet its height isncludinsg 3 pillars
mtder thse censter sill. Trho onter pillars to be
faced rock anid pointed wish lime. Sills 10
nches squsare, 3 sleepers 8 by JO anid all ste
eat 3 by 10, asnd pinsced 2 leet apairt, cornser
mst 10 inscheas square. gtuttered. Braces. dniosr
mout, and win~dowv :ost 4 by (I inchles, all to be
fgood hard timnber. Studs 4 by 4I inchle, plates
Sby 10 inchses. Rsafters 6 inichs wiide sat bitt
out, 4 incehes at top). :1incohes thick.atnd 274
'et long. Joists 3 by 8 andis 2 feet aipart.
Th'le Ilinse to be weather boaardedi with troodl
ssrdl simsber free of knots as possible. llav
og 13 windtows ofi8 lights 10 bty 12 glIss. stnd
smail wissdows behind thne puslpit ofi2 lights
0 by 12 as represenited itn dransght wvindow
ills to be 24iinchses thick, jsanes 14 inchs thick.
.)sside casing 14 inich thick anid 4 incehes
,vide. Isiide Casing i inich thick ansd 41 isnches
"ide with hsand maouldinsganid lose bench. Esnchl
vindow to hsave a good patir of blinids. Alas.
I doors 4 feet wide 2 its thme fr~tt aind onto in
icha side as reprsensted ins draught. Thse doors
be Grecian pannsel, double doors, with
'trausos" or glass lighsts over hiesad. Thes
loor to be 14 int~h thick qssartred tnt msoire
,hats 7 inchses wide slip join ted aisid tonguseansd
roved. The whol~e riooms to be celled with
;ood quartered ceiling as free fromn knsots as
ossible, tongtue ssnd groved ansd slip jointed,
it beches 12 feet long, 8 do 10 feet long asnd
do 6 feet lonsg. The snprighsts and seals to
>e 14 inch thick, 3 nprights' t.' a bsenchi. Thse
eiches to be boxedl back, wish a slut .1 inchses
,ide below ansd itt the rear of each scat, for the
ot to rest np~oni.
Pulpit-Stage 2.4 feet highi, 5 by 7 feet
ront Greciasn puinnel 34 feet high above ste
sage, with a closet usnder stsage opesnissg so the
rn, 2 steps each side. Six tusrned cotumsyss
if Poptsar, 30 itnches its diamieter att bottom, di
niising tost8inchses at top with a crowsn msonl
ling-length 15 feet; boxing I font n' ide; crown
:ornish 41 insches wsde. boittoms mnosuling 3 ins
tis wvide-bsoxinig asnd cornish so lbe returned
icross the ensd of the buildinig, with a barge to
The Buildier to furnish all thse mnaterials.
'except the shingles,) and obligsste lumsself thast
ll the work shall be execnted ins a nsesat and
vorkman like mianner, andi finished completely,
sy the first day of Jlsy, 1850.
Proposals may Ito sent either to Cambridge
ir Phoenix Post Office.
Truos. CuEATHnAa, Truo,s. PAYNE,
W. N. Moos, JTosssoi SALE,
W. AxontaEws, BENYr. COor .E~Y,
J. W. Custo, 11. 11. WILLIAMSs,
J. HI. Mssas, Comn. on BJuilding &c.
Fellowship, Ag 27, 1849 3t 33
Puare Clder Vinegar,
y BLLS. Superior quality, just received,
and for sale cheap, by
G. L.. PENN, Agent.
July 18 tf 26
HRAN, E. . BUCKMASTErn,
urg, S. C.-WATERPROOF,
usta, Ga.-FREP OF.
ienda and the public generally that lihey
id COMMISSION BUSINESS in this
vices to RECEIVE, STQRE a. SELL
RECEIVE and FORWARb MER
NTERS or IE RCHANTS.
lotosh-street, in the centre of the COTTON
-om water and isolated, therefore not ex
umoting the interest of their friends, (which
f solicit and hope to merit and receive a full
estowed, and for which they now -eturn
lieu required. on any produce in Store.
JEFFERS, OOTUHRAN, & CO.
Real Estate for Sale.
T H E Subscriber utlere for Sa!e the GHERO
KEE 'UND PLAGE. It is sitiated.
right miles from Hamhurg. on the main Roa I
to Elgefield C. H. fTe Tract is Pine Land I
orsuperior q'iality. and contains about scven t
hundred acres. It is at this time in a fine state
or progressive improvenett. and is stsceptible
of the highest degree of cultivation. The out
let and range for stuck is exe.ellent, and the
healthfidlness of the place is ttsbrpassed.
These advantages, and its nearnai to market
makes it a truly desirable place. To an ap.
proved purchaser the terms will be acconto.
dating. W. W. GEIGEh'.
August 1 6t 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
E. & J. James,
Vs. Attach't. Assump't.
R. S. Roberts. f
Truit, Brother & Co. -
Vs. ., Attack't. Assump't.
Henry Cohen & Co.
vs. - - Attach't. Assump't.
McCarter & Allen
vs. . Attach't. Assump't.
The same. *
Baker & Hart,
vs. Attack't. Assump't.
HE Plaintifl's in the above cases having
. this day filed thei declaratione, and the
Defendaht having ho wife or Attorney, known
to be in this State, on whom copies of said de
clarations could be served, with a rule to plead;
it is ordered on motion of Mr. Griffin, Plaintifl's
Attorney, that the Defendant It. S. Roberts, do
plead to the said delaratiuns within a year and it
day from the publication of ai. order, or fital
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
TIHUOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H .20th Ang. 1849.
Sept., 1649, ly 33
State of Soutjh Carolina.
Mary H. Scurry, andt others
Lucy Scurry, and H]enry C.
TOTICE is hereby gived that by vir
L tue of ai Order from the Court of
Equity. inthis case. I shall sell at Edge
field Court House on the first Monday in
October next, the trait of land below dds
cribed, telonging to the esate of Williani
Seurry, dec'd., viz:
The jMt. En-ua Tract, cotiing one
hundredl and fifty acres, mnore or less, sit n
ated itt the District arid Sinte aforesaid,
and ad'pintih lands of Johnt Chapman, Ira
Crutmley- Williarn Coletman, and others.
Said land wall be sold on a eredit of otno
year, except for so mn'eh as will pay the
c'ott tof suit, to be paid in cash. The pur
chaser to give bond with approved surety
to secure the puarchase montey.
S. S. TOM PKINS. C. E. E. D.
Com'rs. Otiice, Sept. 4, 1849.
Sept. 5, 4t 33
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Thorhias Wrightt, 1
John W. Simpson,.
11. H-. Garlitngton, &
Joltni Garlington, ~ .Foreclosure
Thoms. L. Fowler, Survivor,
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir
. tue of' the decree of' the Court of
Equity in thi.s case, I shall sell at Edge
tield Court Hoauise, on the first Monday
itt October next:
Oue H-ouse and Lot, situated in the
Tow~n of Hamburg. ont Centre-Strese, and
knownt in the plan1 of gaid Town as Lot
No. (136) one hundred and thiray-six.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one
atd two years, with interest from the day
iof sale, except for so much as will pay the
cost oh dais ,.uit, to be paid in cash. Pur
chasers to give bond and good sureties to
sectire the pturchtnse money.
S. 5. TOMIPKNSCEE D
Com'~rs Office, Sept. 4, 1849.
Sept.5 4t 33
T HIE Subscriber has jaust receited his
Spriung & Sunmmer Goods,
Cutnsistinag in part of
PRINTED JAC. MUSLINS, SILK AND
LINEN BRAGES, DOTrTED AND
PLAiN SWISS MUSLINS, MdUS
LINS GING HA M, ENG LISH
& AMERICAN PRINTS,
For Ladies Dresses, 4
Muislin Trrimnings. Fine
Boonets & Bonntet Ribbons,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes, Leghtortn, Panatma, Silk and J
All of which will be sold very low, and elib.'
ertal discount for CASH.
B. C. BRYAN.
Mrarehi21 1849, tf 9
Boarding for Young Ladies.
THE Subsetiber will accommodate vWrh
boarding, eight or tea Yountg Ladites. ia
House as roomy and pleasantly situared, coffve
nicent to the Femalo'Academios. Parents and
G uardiatns mliay be assuired that every attention
necessary will be paid to Girls commiitted to
T HE undersigned, having associated
themselves in business under the name
fnd style of DUNBA R & GARMANY; for
the purpose of transacting a general GRO
CERY BUSINESS, in this place, respect
fully invites the attention of Planters to their
H'eavy Stock of all the leading articles of
general consumption. They may be found
it the stand recently occupaed by B. S. Dun
bar, and nearly opposite the stand formerly
)ccupied by G. W. Garmany, where they
will be happy to receive their former friends
nd patrons, together with the public at
We are determined to keep constantly on
land a stock unsurpassed by any ever oftered
n this market, and believing our facilities for
uying Low, to be equal to any in the place,
we will always be prepared to sell at the
owest'prices, either for Cash or on time to
pproved customers. Having rented the
Ware-House formerly occupied by B. Elliott,
nd placed it under the charge of an expe
-ienced man, we are prepare- tw ofer equal
tdvantages in storage with any WareHouse
r, the place ; and liberal Cash Advances
nade, ;t all times, on Cotton stored with us,
r on shipments made to G. W. Garinany &
o., Savannah, whose charges will be as
ow as usually made by. other Factors. The
ighest prices paid at all times for Cotton
nd other produce brought to market.
B. S. DUNlIAR,
0. W. GARMANY.
Hamburg July 3, tf 26
BEG leave to return my thanks to the
public for the liberal patronage heretofore
estowed on me, and solicit a continuance
f the same for the new firm.
B. S. DUNBAR.
I BEG leave to return my thanks to the
public for the liberal patronage hbreto
Ire bestowed on me, and solicit a continu
nce of the same for the new firm.
G. W. GARMANY.
Cheap Goods in Store.
0 Illids Princ N 0 ugar.
idi. common N. O. Sugar,
choice Porto Rico, Sugar,
25 Barrels clarified "
5 " crushed
2 " powdered
5 Boke.1 Woolsey & Woolsey double
refined loaf' sugtr,
2 " Charleston double refined loaf
20 Hhds. M uscovado Molasses.
50 lBarrels New Orleans "
100 Barrels No. 3 Mackerel (large size,)
20 Kits No. l "
125 bags prime Rio Coffee
40 " " Lagngra
20 " "' old Cuba '
30 " " old Java '"
6000 Lbs. Union brand white Lead (No. I
extra ai pure,)
300 Gallons Linseed Oil;
2 Barrels Train "
300 Lbs. Putty in bladders,
125 Boxes wi'ndow glass (all sizes.)
75 Kegs Eastern nails (assorted)
10.000 Lbs. assorted Swedes Iron,
500 " Casteel (Saudersons,)
German and Blister steel;
4011 Pieces heavy Dundee ?agging;
1001) Coill heahp rope,
10 Bales homespun (Augusta annfae
5 . " (Granitevills Company)
8 " heavy cotton Osnaburgs,
90 boxes sperm candles,
21) " Adamanrine candles,
10 "Hull & Suots patent canilles;
3dt H hbda. bacon sides (western,)
4001) Lbs. country Bac on.
3 Tie~ces Rice. &c. &c.,
ddle, Bridles; Blatnketi, Catlicoes, Cotton
arn, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Tutbbs, Sugar~cans,
ieves, Tobacco, P'epper, Slpice. Ginger. Tea.
Ian-seat Chairs, WVon u set ('hauirs, Grind,
tones. aid many other articles toid tedaous to
.DUNBAR & GARMANY.
Hamburg, July 11, 1849, if 25
~UPERiOR .APPLE VINECAR,
Pine WVest-tdiam Solaisass
A clioice article of Sticar H-ouse. Molssaes,
or family use at BLAND & BUTLEft'S.
August 13 tf 30
[ AUIES Dress Goods. a large assortment,
Lint BLAND & BUTLER'S.
WH ITE & Colored Muslidls. very cheap,
can be had at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, if 21
AREGES and T.issues, handsoine and
Lcheap, call imnmediautely at
BLANI) & BUTLERS.
2nly 4. tf 24
4FEWV more or those Beautiful Eminioid:
ed Swisses. at
BL AND & BUriLEk'S.
July 4, tf 24
C- LOVES, that afe Gloves, at.
.X BLAND BUTLER'S.
Jly 4, if . 24
'1 HOES of all kinds, Gaiters, Slippers and
BLAND & BO'ILERS.
Julyv4, i f 24
UST Receive~d some Beautiful Embroided
Muslidi Saieki and Mantillas, at
. . BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4 , t f 24
'I F those Beautaful French Fans, a few more
of the samne sort, at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Jly 4, tf 24
IETTER, Fool.s Cap anad Note Paper, at
LiBLAND & BUTLER'S.
ily 4, if 24
C APERS and Sances, for your fresh meats,
at .BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Jly 4, tf 24
I RESH Vermaicelli andi M~aratoni, at
E'BLAND) & BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf ' 24
AFEW htudred Pounds of that delightfuli
.Steam refrned Candy, at
.BLAND & BUTLE1is.
Jly 4,if 24
AFEW thotusand pounds of Bacon, yet in
. Store, at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf -24
VERY thing you wvant and more too, at
the same place, where you get articles of
ie best quality at low price.at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
M. L. BONHAM
ILL practice LAw and EQurTrr i the
. Southern Circuit, coihprising the Die
triteW of EDGEFIErD, ORANGkBUnO, B-ANwELL,
COLLTOS and BxAUFORr.
His Office is at Edgefield Court House.
Aug. 22, 1849, 6n 31
A. M. MANIGAtJLT,
Factor & Commission Merchant,
Vanderhorst Wharr t
- CHARLESTON, S. Ca
WILL also attend to the REl@IV1NG
and FORlWARDING of GOODS en- -
rusted to his care.
Jnly IS 1849, 2mn 26
CORNE R OF CHURcH AND QUEEN 5 keTI,
Charleston St C.
FORMFRLT KEPT BY CHARLES 1. MbOT.
JA BES W. LAMKIN & JAMES M.
* HURST tuaving..aken the above exten
sive and well known Establishment, solicit the
patronage of their friends and the publicgen
Charleston S. C. Angtst 1, 1849, if t1
AT REDUCEb MNEEEi
N order to clear out as much as possible
onur Stock of Sn4mer Goods. prep yato'y
to getting in our Fall supply, we shall offer tb
remainder at a
Trom Regilr prices for the remaihde 'tb
Season. and every one in wast will iJ It
greatly to their interest to buy now, as the ent
tire Stock will be sold LOW EP thajt ha aVr
been offered in Edgefield. CAll acid ie'.
R. CAUSSE & Co.
C i vap M A &
Sept 4,1849 If
BACON, BAGGING, &ca
OO040LBS. Prnme Connity
1 000 LUs. Primo S'gar Cuted -Hams,
10t) Pieces Gunny Bagging,
200 do 14 and 1A lb Dundee Baggide
100 Coile gnperior Russia. Rtope.
75 do do Kentucky Rope.
500 Lb. Twine. For sale by
.. . JOSIAH SIBL .
H amanr, Aug. 15. 1849. - 3t 31
To heads or Falilies.
T HOSE who wish their Feathere RENO
VATED, now have an opportunity, of.
doing so. The Me'liine is in operation ii t1o
house lately occiled By Mr. Abbey nsak the
Thurdays. Frid'tys and Saturdi e, will be
set apart fir this busing, or on any day tbat
will suit ti'e conbenieiie of thdoe WbS thay
wish to patronise the Rentvater.
See lage Bills rut particnlart..
W. H. 'SPECk.
Tobacco & Snuis
30 BOXES Manufatbtred Tobathb, va
10 Boxes Thomas' Tobacco. a suplridOili-ticle,
Maccaboy aitd Rappee Snuff,
Dira. Millbus Finb Cutand SmokintIi baeco,
For sale hy H. A. KENRICK. .
Hamburg, July 24 1849, it 27
Q OR i'voring Ice Creams, Sauces, Jellies
1 Puddings, Pies; &c., viz: Lenid Vanilla,
Abiion and Rose, just rei'.eiv.d, and Tor
sale by G. L. PENN, AosrN.
Augest15 , f 30
1 BdX very superior qgulit3; jdstreceived
and for salb by
F OR Metqling Brokdn Glains and Earthern
Ware, a sup 'ly Ott liaiid br this valuable
'CEM ENT, ror saf byv
G. L. PiENN, AGstrT.
Augtust 15 il 30
KENTUCGKY RIFLE POWDER, in I
. . :. A. KtENRICK.
Hamnburg, July 24 1849, tf 27
Froni Tunibling Shoals' Mills.
J UST receive Tweity-Two Barrels. Super
*fine Flour in Flat HnpBarrels, fronm the
abtlte celebrated M ille, and for sale by
G. L. PENN. AasarT.
Augnst 15 tf 30
TI li opartnetship heretofore existing u-.
der the niame and Style of JOHN LXON
& CO. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Persons having demands against the haue Firm,
will present thetn. end all persons indebted willb
plese gand settle, as wve wish to close up thb:
buiessson *as possible.
9 JOHN LYON,
e JOHN LIPSCOMB.
Aug. 10849. . 41 S
L L persons indebted to the Estate of Jolln
B. H arvey, deceased;. and ate disposed ta.
save cost, will do well to settle before Retuca
Day, as longer indulgence cannot be'given.
THO&. B'. H ARVEY.
Aunaust 29. 1849 3't 32
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that appli~a'tion will
be made to the Legislature at the nest Sea.
sion fhr die 'mcorporatio.of Butler Lodge,;No.
Angnet 8, t f 29 .
.S HEREB? GIVEN, that applction will
.,be made at the next setting ofthe legisla
turn for a New Road leading oat from the MIar
tin.Town Road in 'this District, at or near Sam
nel Stevens, and insersecting the Long Cane
Road, at or near Gibson Colltns.
Au'gst1 tf 28
I S H ERE BY GIVEN, 'that application wilt
be made to the Legislature of Sontlt~EroIl.
na', at its next Session, to incorporate a Gom.
patny for the purpose of making a. Plank Road
fronm Edgefield to Hambuh
August 22 't* 31
I S Hereby given, that application "ill be,
made to the next Legislature for tihe grant
of a new Road, commencing at or near the o1d
Steam Mill, formerly owned by Henry Wit..
lams on the Martintown Road, and intersecting
the Longcane Road, at or near Major Johna
Tompkin's Mill, on Little Steven. Greek and
rtalye 119 49in .* , o