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DerarTvo this life on 2Oth August 184O,
M rs. ELIZa e-TU HILL, wife of Col.John hill,
in the 4d year )f her age. She had given
birth to eleven chiidren, seven ')f whom are liv
ing. the vunngest an intimt six months and
eight days old. Having been endowed by na
ture with a strong discriininting mind and an
atihe disposition, she exemplified all the
qualities necessary to the iniking of the truly
ood neighbor. mother and wife. Being pha,
ced by her marriage in the delicate position or
step-mother, by her prudence and exceeding
kindness of heart. even wi~nit apparent el
tort, she was enabled to disehige the arduous.
yet high and responsible duties growing out of
that relationship in such a manner, ai not only
10 preserve the utmost cordiality and peace in
the faunily circle, but also to make all feel that
they were blessed with the presence and super
intendance of the real mother. By her step
children she was respected, honored and loved
as she who had given thei birth. As a neigh
bor she was truly .xciphary. To make oth
ers happy, was happiness to her, the law of
kindness was ever upon her heart and tongue.
She was never heard to speak evil of a neigh
bor, or " to take up a reproach against a useighi
bor." Her aim was to do unto others, as she
ti4ld they should do unto her. It was therin
liig-principle of her life-as a wife she shoie
with ieculiar brightness. In weal or wo, in
sickness or health, she seemed to regard it as
her highest and holiest calling to bring her every
resource, so to hear upon her domestic relation
ship as would the best secure and promote the
interest, peace and happiness of her husband.
To accomplish which she regarded no sacrifice
as too painful.
Some time previous to her death, she was
brought to feel the need of a more intimate
communion with God through the merits of her
Redeemer. Yielding to a deep conviction of
The inbred depravity of the natural heart, and
its direct opposition to God, she was brought
to the exercise of in unfeigned repentance to
-wtird God, and was enabled by the Holy Spirit
-through the mercy of God, to view and by t
living faith to take hold upon Christ as her Sa
viour, and realize him in her heart. " the hope
-of glory." Her conversion was clear ani the
-evidence of a good and lively hope continued
with her to the last. in the enjoyment of that
peace which passeth knowlede-peace with
'God through Jesus-christ. Afflictive as is the
dispensation, to her bereaved friends, family
-and busband, it is her gain. Her sanctified
'spirit rests in peace, in the bosom of her Fathet
DIED at his -residence in this District on the
20th inst., Capt. ToaAs H-. Lovei.EsS. in the
:53d year of his age, after a long and severe ill
-ness which he bore with uncommon fortittde.
In his death the country has lust one of its most
-useful citizens, and he Jeft a widow aind five
'children, with many relatione and friends to
mourn his loss. " But they sorrow not its those
-who have no hope." A few days before his
death he expressed a firm belief in the reality of
j 'the christian religion. of' which he had once, as
he stated had serious doubts. The doubts were
not only removed, but his soul was filled with
.joy inexpressible and full of glory. P.
On Thnrsday the 20th inst. by the Rev. Iver
son L. Brooks, Maj. DAvi L. SnAw, and
Miss MARTHA A. eldest daughter of Col. S.
Christie, all of this Dristrict.
To the World.
ET Consumption is a disease which is carry
jng its victims to the tombs by thosanids, with
'out being arrested in its progress by the med
icines in common use at the present time. But
a brighter day is coming, and has come-as to
-successfully arrest this disease. DR. RO
GERS' LIVERWORT AND TAR, not otily
gives immediate relief in COUGHS and
COLDS, but fiom the testimony of men of the
-highest standing here and elsewhere, it is mak.
ing som'e very remarkable cures of CONSUM P
TlION, Imuprovemuet- in the tretmeint o.
diseases are onward, and nothinig can arrest it
spirit in the present agn.
Fur sale at this place'by*
.G. L. PENN, Agent.
RISLEY'S VERMIFUG E OIk COMtIPOUNL
Syrup of Pinik Root.
An effectual WORM KILLER, perfectly
safe in afl Cascs. It operates gently on tht
Bowels. and is so pleasant that when chiildret
once get a raste, they cry for it.
Prepared and sold W~htolesale and Retail hj
HAVILAND, RISLEY, & CO.. Druggists
Angusta. Also, sold by G. L. P ENN. Agenit
Edgefield, and by Country -Merchants genecral
ly. Price 25cts.
August 1, 1S-19 '2m 28
Duller Lodige .iWo. 17.
*. @, @. -.:.
(ly> Regular meeting of thia Lodge wil
be held ou Monday evenmng next at
o'clock, F. 11. WA RDLAW, Sec.
September 2G it 36
T HE Edefield Mtedical Society will mnee
at this Vilhage on 'Tuesday thie 2nid o
October, next. The Physicians of the Distric
generally are respectftully invited to attend.
ELBERT BLAND., SEc'v.
Edgersld C. 11., Sept. 19 2t 33
(Q7" We are authiorise'd to nnuc
Capt. DERICK HOLSONBAKE, as a
Cand'idate for Tax Collector.
Fall and Winter Goods.
T H E Subscriber has just received, his Fall
and Winter Stock of Goods, consisting
- ~ of all kinds of
WORSTED GOODS, DLACK BOMBA
- ZINES. ALPACCAS AND FANCY
.SILKS, for LADIES DR ESSE-S.
A LARGE LOT OF PRINTS oF AL. Xt'Ds,
Fine Bonnets and Boninet Ribbons,
"Muslin Worked Collairs,
" Silk and Woolhlein Shawls.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEGRO SHOES
DLANKETS & KERSEYS.
Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Shioes, Sad.
dIes, hants and Caps of all kinids.
which will be sold very low, and a liberal dis,
-- count for Cash.
13. C. BRYAN.
September26 St 36
Ridge Land for Sale.
7OH E Subscriber offers for saile his vinabkc
.1. tract of' hand, situated on lieach ('reek
contamining three hundred attd niiineuy-ive acres
of choice land, well adapted to the cultture ol
Gorn, Cotton, atid small gratin. About one
- hundred acres are cleared anid in cultivation,
the balance is well timbered with oaks, hickory
'on the prem'ses are a good dwelling, and all
necessary ot! buildiings, and is well watered.
-The said tract. joins la nds of Gn pt. R. War-J,
Wim. Ihtic t and WV m. Johntson. Esq.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
W E have received and now have open a
large and very superior Au(irIrent of
Staple and Fancey
DRY GOODS. IHA.RDWARE. GRO
CERIES. C ROCKEitY, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
suited to Fall and Winter. wants of the people'
All persons desirous of obtaining real good
Goods at fair prices, are respectfully invited to
c:dl at that same plirce where they canl get every
'thing they want, and more too.
The variety is too extensive to enumerate or
particularize articles, "call and see," we will
show them with pleasure and charge you noth,
ing for looking.
BLAND & BUTLER.
N..B.-We still have on hand a large lot of
superior 'acon Sides, at 8 cents cash.
B1. &I I.
Sept. 2G 1849 tf 3G
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Spen.
cer Boulware, deceased, will make jiny
merit, and those having demands against said
estate, will present them properly attested.
H. BOULWARE, Ex'or.
September 23 5t 30
I Forewarn all persons from trading for a
Note given by oe, and signed by Sumter
Grillin, and A. M. Smith, to Smter Daimel,
Administritor of the Estate of Whitman Hill,
deceased. Said Note was given for a black
Horse. which has proven unsound, and I am
determined not to pay said note uiless com
pelled by Law:
IV. B. AIERIWETUIERI.
Sept. 26 1840 3t 36
PUBLISHING A SipNTHLY MlAGAZINE
-ro ax CALtD
THE SOUTHERN & WESTERN
EDITEt BY AI.CERT G. .4ACKE Y, ir a).
Author of a " Lexicon of Freenmasonry,"
" Mystic Tie ;" Grand Secretary
of the G. L. of S. C. 8 c.
T I HE Subscriber proposes tigpublish in the
T city of Cmarleston S. C., a monthly pe
riodical under the above title, to be devoted ex.
clusively to, Freemasonry. Every suhtect of
interest tia the craft. such as questions oa Ala
sonic History. Biography. Science and Juris
prndence. will be discussed in its pages, and it
will be the ellirt of the editor, by the most labo
rious attention to his duties, to present to his
readers a Monthly liscellany of Masonic Lit.
erature that may at once both amuse and im
The Aiscellany will be printed monthly at
Charleston, S. C. Each number will. consist
of 33 pages large octavo, abont the size of
Moore's Freema n.'s .Iaga:ine, and the work
will be deliver to subscribers at 82 per an
unm. payable oai receipt of the first nmber.
The pblicaiion will be commienced its srcn
as 500 subscribers are obtained.
Brethren receiving copies of these prolposals
are requested to exert tiemselves in obtanuting
subscribers, and to transmit the nranes as soon
as possible to the undersigned at Charleston.
S. C. A. G. MACKEY, M. D.
Jept. 20,1819 36
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- JN ORDINARY.
Y JOHN HILL. Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas Simpson Corley. bath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, with
the will annexed, on al acid singular the
goods and chattels, rights and credits fof
Sarah Corley, late of the District afore;
These are, therefore, to 'cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kinidred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to lhe anad appear
before me, at our next Oradiniary's Couart
for the said District to tie hoelden Zat Edges
field Court [House on the 8tih day or Octo
ber next, tor show caurse, if any, wiry the
said adlminristratioan shiauld not be grainted.
Given unrder my hand and seal, this 20thr
day of September in the year oaf our Lord
Ione thousand e'icght hunrdred anal forty-ntine
and itt tire seventy-fourthr year or Ameri
J01N HILi,, 0. E. D.
September 26 2t 36
STATE OF SOU Ti CAROLINA
B YJOH N LuLL, Esq., Ordinary of
Edge feld District.
W~hereas John WV. Thornton, hath ap'.
plied to me for Letters or Admainistra
t'on, de bon is naon. on all and singular the
goods anrd chrattels, rights anrd credlits of
Abirah Robertson. iato of the District
These are, therefore, Io cite and admotn
ishr aid anrd singular, lire kindred and cred
itors of the said deceased, to be atrd appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Cotart
for the said District, to be hrolden at Edge
field Court hlouse on tire Stir day of Oc
tober next, to showv cause, if anry, wiry
the said admritristrat ion shoultd not h~e gran
Given tundter my hrand and seal, this the
24th (lay of Septembherin the year or our
Lord onre thousaind eight .hrundred' and
forty-nrinie and in seventy-fourth year of
JOHN lIlLL, o. E. D.
Septemrber 26 2t 36
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
B Y JOHIN H IL L, Esq., Orditrary of
Whrereas Georgo A. Simnons and Josiah
Sibley bath rappliedi to me for Letters of
Administration, on all and singular tire
goods and chattels, rights andI credits of
Amnory Sibley, late of tire District afore
These are, therefore, to cite anti admon
isht all and singular, the kindred anid cred
iors of tire sarid deceased, to b~e aind appeaor
befoire rme, at ouir tnext Ordinary's Court
for tihe said District, to be boldenr at Edge
ield Court Ihouse, oan the Sih day of
October next, to show cause. i' arty,
w hy the said ailministrationr shrould trot be
Given tunder mythanud and seal, this th;>
19th (lay oh Septembier in the year of otur
Lord one thousand eighrt hrundred and
forty-nine, atrd int tire 7dIh ycar of Amner
.!JDN IIILL, o t:D
W ILL be sold to the higliest bidder on the
seventh day of November -next. the
Real ani Personal Estate of the late James T.
Gray, deceased, as follows:
One entire tract of land, containing. by re
cenfsurvey, eleven thonsand nine hundred and
seventy3even (11,977) acres, sitnatud on the
waters of the Savantnah River and Steel Creek.
Barnwell Ditrict, S. C. There are about fif.
teen hundred (1500) acres cleared laund, vel
adaptel to the cultivation of Cotton und Grain.
There is erected on Steel Creek, about one
tad a half miles frot the River, a Sat Mill,
containing two saws. with suflicient water pow
er to drive a Grist Mill and Saw Gin as former
ly. Tlie river lind. is heavily timbered with
the growth of Oak, hickory, Poplar and Cy
press, adjacent to the Alill; the growth of the
upland (abunt ine thousand acres,) consists
principally of Pine. There is a snitable laud
ing on the tiver for the delivery of Steamboat
Wonod, of which there is an abundant supply.
and constant demand. To a capitalist desirous
of engaging in the Timber and Turpentine bit
siness, and the renrinw of stock of all kinds.
the above Plantation offers inducements inferior
to none on the Savannah Rivet. There is near
the Mill a confortable Overseers House, with
a suflicient number of frame builiings to ac
counnodate one hundred Negroes.
The personal property consists of twenty-six
(26) Nec roes, about one hundred (100) head of
Cattle. fifteen Mules and Horses, a large num..
bur of stock 1-logs. Sheep, Honsehold and
Kitchen Furnitut e, Plantation and Blacksmith's
Tools, from seventy five to eighty bags of Cot
t in, from six to eight thousand bushels of Corn,
Fodder, Peas. &c. &c.,
At the same time and place, by consent of
parties, the tract or trects of land. knows n as
Gray's Hiannak. and part of Stuave Island,
adjoining the bove. containing abont live hbon
dred and sixty (560) acres. Also. one other
tract on Telfair's [sland. on the Savannah Riv
er, containing forty (40) acres, known as the
Terms made known on the day of stle.
D. A RDIS, Executor.
Beach Island, Sept. 6, 1849. 6t 30
1:. L. BONHAIYI
W ILL practice LAw and E'UrT in the
Southern Circuit, comprising the - Dis
tricts of Eno siar.v, ORANtGEvUaG, BARSwESLL,
Co.LCTON and BRAUFORT.
His Officc is at Edgefield Court House.
Ang. 22d, 18.19, 6m 31
T HE Subscriber offer for sale her HousE
. and Lor abott .1 of a mile from Edge
field C. If. lying on the road leadmtg from
Edgefield C. H. to Colinttbia, and con(aining
fiur acres; also all that tract of land cdntainj
in; 1200 acres, situate ubotit 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 purchaser giving note and two
approved snritics, and a tnorlgitge of the prew
iscs to secure the purchase money.
P. I. BLALOCK.
Sept. 12. 1849, if 34
W E have this day associated with us. Mr.
W J. E. BUCKMASTER, in the trans
action of the General Commission and Factor.
urge Busincss, which will hereafier he conducted
under the name and style of JFFEas, COTH
RAN & CU.
JEFFERS & COTIIRAN.
Hamburg. Sept. 10, 1849, tf 34
Loaf, Crushed and Pow
1,0 99 LBS. L0 0 Sugar, double
1,000 Lbs. Crushed Sugar, double refined,
1.000 " Powdered "
2,000 " Clarified "
For sale by H. A. KENRICK.
HTamburg, Sept. 10, 1819, ,t 34
W ILL cease here itn some fonr weeks, for
the purpoce of going to Hlamburg.
Thrlise wishinig their Ferathers Renovated, will
please send their beds ini as early as possible.
in all prohnbility it will be the last chatnce that
ma~y be offetred to the citizens of th-: village atnd
WV. II. SPECK.
Sept. 12, 18 9 ,tf 34
T HE Susrbhaving purchased of Mr.
S.F.Gode, his residenice int the Village,
lias remioved to thu .nme.
E. F. TEAGUE, M. D.
Sept. 12, 1849, if34
ALL those itndebited to the Estate of Heze
kinhb Stromne; dec'd., are herehy regnested
to make immuediate pauymtt attu those havinag
demands to preset tihenm ptroperly attested.
Ii.IF. & S. C. STRLOM E,
Antgust 1, 4ms 2r'
5 Cents Rieward.
IWILL give the above reward to any per
son who will deliver W M. SA WYERS to
moe, who is a boutnd apptrentice to moe near Gier
mnuville P. 0. in Edgefield Diittritt, and who
rttn awaiy otn the 26th of' Auguist last. I also
forewarit all persons fromt trading with him or
boarding hims n anty respect.
Sept. 1, 1849, tf 33
Lanmp Oil, Candles &c.
O9GALILONS Lamnp Oil, a choice
200 Gallons Lamp Oil, (snmimer strained.)
200 " Train Oil.
15 Boxes Sperm Canidles.
15 " Adamanttine Candles.
10 "~ Iull's Candles.
For sale by II. A. KENRIC1K.
Ilam~burg Sept. 5.1849. tf 33
Heavy Cotton Donnestics.
B ROWN Shiirtings andtr Shectinigs,
Net Silk Gloves,
Belt Ribona and Laces, nm~v and fresth. can
be had at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
August 15 t f .30
From Tumbling Shoals' Mills.
J UST receive Twenty-Two Barrels. Sutper
line Flonr in Flat floop Barrels, frotm the
above celebrated 31ills. nnud ihr sale by
G.IL. PENN. AGEN-T.
Atnguset 15 tf 30)
A 1.Lprsn indebted to the E-tate of John
..ay.decensed, will tmake paymet.
Antd those havinig demnands will retnder thenm
in prop~erly attested.
S. 11. MAYS, Ex'r.
Sept. 19 18411) 3m 35
BA"'RimTI S ,:boic~e Stone 1.ime, In
D line orPer Fsale by
THE HODGES INSTITUTE.
Greenwood, Abbeville, S, C.
ALLEN PEDItICK. A..M. PRiNcPArr.
JAMES PHILIP, Eso. DEPAftTMEnT.
N. W. HODGES, AssiS-T.
T H E last quarter of 184!) of the above
named Institute will commence on the
1st October. when the exercises will be contluc
ted in the new building which has been erected.
The next scholastic year n ill begin early inl
January, when superior advau:ages will be af
Grateful fo'r past patronage, the I(oilges In
situte Inoks t9 the intelligent and liberal trind
ed paretisi and guardians in the South for sip
port , conlident of success, and asking only that
its meriis as an institution l leairning may be
Fo'r information address tie Principal, Wood
ville, S. C.
N. B.-Wanted, on the 1st or Octnher, a
Teacher competent to take a charge, equal in
tcholarship required, to an ordinary acadsihy.
Besides-the ausual qualifications he must be
faihful and willing.
F.,r Particulars uddress the Principal, Wood
ville. S. G.
Sept. 19 1849 3t 35
To Physicians, Druggists
AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
Dr. J. N..Keeler and Bro. most respectfully
solicits attention to their freAh stuck of English,
French, German and American Drugs, Medi.
cines. Cheinieals, Paints. Oils Dye Sinffs,
Glass Ware, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, &c.
Having opened a new store, No. 294 Miaiket
St. with . full supply of Fresh I)rngs and Med
icines, we respectfully solicit Country dealers
to examine our stock before purchasing else
where, promising one and all who may feel dis
posed to extend to us their patronage, to sell
them genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as lib
eral terms as any other house in the City, antd
to fitihfully execute all orders entrusted to us
promptly and with diapatch.
One of the proprietors being a regular phy
sician, nffords ample guarantee of the genuine
quality of all articles sild at their establishment.
We especially invite druggists and country
merchants, who may wish to become agents
for Dr. Keeler's celebraiud Family Medicines,
(standard and popular remedies,) to forward
Soliciting the patronage of dealers, we re
main, J. N. KEELFt & BRO.,
Whmolesale Druggists, No. 294 Market st1eet,
September 19, 1849, ly 35
SUPERIOR' APPLE VINECAR,
Fine West-India Molasses,
A choice article of Sngtr Honse Molasses,
for family use at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
August 15 if 30
L ADIES Dress Goods, a large. assortment,
at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, if 24
HITE & Colored luslins. very choap.
- ca'n be had at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, 'if 24
BAREGES and Tissues, handsome and
cheap, call immediately at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4-. if 24
A FEW more of those Beautiful Etmbroid
ed Swisses. at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf 24
LOVES, that are Gloves, at
G BLAND BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf 24
S HOES of all kinds, Gaite':s, Slippers and
- Buskins, at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf 24
J1 USQT Rece.ivedt sonme Bautifutl tnrdd
Muslin-Sucks and Matililas, at
BLAND '& BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf 24
Of FthoSe Beantiftul French Fans, a few more
of the same sort, ait
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4, if 24
UETTER, Fuola Cap and Note Pnp'er, at
-BLAND & BUTLER'41.
July 4, if -24.
CNAPERS atnd Satnces. for your fresh meats,
'at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
July 4. if 24
FRESH Veracelli antd MIarnroni, aut
.fl~ BLANI) & BUTLER'S.
July 4, tf 24
AFEW hundred Potnnds uf that delightful
Steam refinted Cantdy, at
BLAND & BUTLERS.
Jutly 4, if 24
A FEW thionsand pou'nds of Bacon, yet in
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Jtuly 4, tf 24
E VERY thing you want atnd tmore ton,na
the sainim place. where you get articles oh
te best quality at low prtces, at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Juily 4, if 24
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN ORD1 A RY.
BY JOHN ILL, Esq., Ordinary ol
Whereas B. U. Hard, hath appliedl
to me for Letters of admniistration, on all
and sirtigular the goods and chatihes, rights
and credits of WV. L. Russell, late of the
District afdresaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad mon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before toe, at our tnext Ordinary's Court
fr the said Disulict, to be holden at Edge
feld Court H-ouse on the .1st day of
October next, to show cause, if anly,
why the said administratiou should not be
Given under my hand and sen1, this 11th
day of Septemnber in the year of our Lord
one thousadld eight htundred auld forty
nine, anid in the seventy-furih year of
JOHN hIiLL, O.r..
September 12 2i _1
Genuine Cod Liver Oil.
J UST received, a supply of this valaale
article recently brottgl-t itnto sneh exten
sive use by its asctnishitng effects int pultmotntry
and oilier diseases. It is report by onte phiysi
cian, (Dr. WVilliamis, of N. Y.) that of234 cases
of tuberculonsi disease of the lunugs, treated duir
tg the last two and a hi.,lfyears, of which lhe
has preserved notes, otily nineteen derived tno
tmarked benmefit fromt thec use of this Oil. In
our owni comunity one0 person las already
beeni, to all aplpearanices. nmaterital benetitted by
this remedy. -For Sale by
-(.' L. PENN. Ag-nt.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed. I will proceed
to sell at Edgefield Conu: t House, ni the
first Monday and Tuesday illowing in
October nexi, the frlmsviig prop'erty, in the
fulliwng case, viz:
R. F. Corley for others, vs.. i. C. Eth
cridee; a tract of land containine two hun
dred acres more or less, belonging to the
defIendant, adjoininig lands of niedett C th.
eridge, Hancock Sulerd and others.
Janes..' Watson & Co. vs. Nathaniel
S. Harrison, a traet of land conttaining
one hundred acres more or less, adjoining
lands of James Stewart, Jacob Worthing
ton and others.
R. P. Quarles, Bearer, vs. Alexander
Pressley. a tract of land where lefendin,
lives, ndjoining lands of Wiley Harison,
Ahner Perrin and others.
J. W. Chatham, Bearer, vs. John 1.
Monro and .John R. Moore. the tract of
lind where defendant John M. Moore lives,
adjoining laids of William Andiews and
at hi'rs. ..
W. B3rooks. Executor vs. EliY.aheih Tur
ner and Sini. Attawny, a tract of land be
longing to the defendant Elizabeth Turner
ner: containing sixty acres mirne or less,
adjoining lands of Sim. A.ttaway and oth
James Hart vs. M. L. Gearty, Jacob
Padgett and others vs. M. L. Gearty and
others, Cnnmissioner in Eqity vs. 51. L.
Geartv, F. O. Conner and C. J. Glover, a
tract of land belonging to the defendant
M. L. Gearty, adjloinig lands of Adat
linrick and others.
R. M. Fuller vs. Thomas Jones, the
tract of land where the defendant lives.
Bland & hutler vs. C. W. Cochra-, the
tract of land where the defendant lives,
containing tiao huiired acres more or less,
adjoining lands of James Carroll and oth
Benjamin Bettis vs. W. G. Russell end,
W. F. Durisoc; John Colgan vs. W. G
Russell. the [louse and Lot now occupied
by C. L. Itefn, containing tIwo acres more
or less, adjoining lands of W. F. Durisne,
W..P. Buller and others, levied on as the
property of W. G. Russell.
Luke S. Bland vs. John Bland, one ne
gro girl named Elizabeth, levied on as the
propetty of the defendaht. .
John L. Doby vs. A. II. Burt, the fob
lowing negroes, vizi Mrlsey, Ann and
her two children, Laiia and her child.
Mary and her child. Louisa, Dick and
Aaron, the above property by consent of
parties, will be sold on a short credit.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Sept. &,149, 4te 34
Real Estate for Sale.
T H E Subscriber offers for Safe the CIH ERO.
KEE POND PLACE. It is situated,
eight miles from Hamburg, on the iain Road
to Eigefield G. H. The Tract is fine Land
ofsuperior quality, and cotains about seven
htitndred acres. It is at this tille in a fine state
of progressive improvement, aind i's susceptible
of the highest degree ofkitltivation. The out
let ani'd range for stock is excellent, and the
healthfuilness of the place is unsurpassed.
These ad vantages, and its unarteac to market
mhakes it a truly desirable place. To an ap..
proved purchaser the terms will be acconmu
duting. W. W. GEIGER.
August18 6t 131
Log Creek Lands For Sale:
T HE Subscriber offers for sale hiA tahin
ble tract of land, situated out Log Creek,
about seven miles north of Edgefield C. House,
containing five hundred (509) acres, more or
less, adjotiing lanids of Mrs Naticey Blocker,
A T.JiHadges, Johtn Burns and 'others, otne hall
of whidcn is woodland well tihfnhered. On the
p renmises are a good Dtwelling. anid Negro
h< uses, Gin house, Blauksiih Shop, aiid all
necessary ont buaildiigs. rThe land is well
adapted to growing Corn, Cottont anid Small
Grain. Thle tract is well watered.
Also the growing crop of Corn and Foddeu
and four Mitles, one WVagont and stmndry urti
cles tuo tedious to tueemion..
Thue land, it not disposed of at privato sale,
ill1be sald at Edgefield Court H-ouse, to the
highest bidder, on the first Monday in Decemn
ber ntelt. Termus made known on the day of
sale. M. D. W ELLS.
Sept 4,12840 . tf 33
Lanud for sale.
T HE Suabscriber offers for sale on the most
accooiinodatng terms, the tract of land
ont whicht he nowv resides. Said tradt cotams
2t00 acres, the growth of which is principuily
oak ; it is situated on the hetad wvaters of little
Steven's Creek, antd is vet y well watered. hay.
ing two never iling springs. It adjoitis idsd
of Maj. J. C. Alldn anid M r. Cotnrad Losveiy.
Sept. 5, 1840 ,-tf 33
I S HI EREDY GIVEN, thazt applicationi will
be nmde at thte nest .setting of the Legisia
ture for a New Road leading~ out fronm the Mar.
tim Town Road ini thtis Distict, at or niear Sam
nel Stevens, and intersectitig the Lotg Cane
Road, at or near Gibison Codliins.
August 1 t f 28
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that aipplientinn will
be made to the Legishatuire of Sootb Garoli.
na, at its niext Sessaiont, to inic'rpoi-atn a Gnum
pattg for the purpoae of mttking a Plank Rtoad
from.~ Edgefield to Hlamtburg.
Anpist 22, t 31
IS Iereby giyeni, that applicntioui *ill be
mnade to. the iiext Legislature for die grant
of a new Road, cdmiinmenemig at or ntea- thei old
Steami Mill. flormerly owned Liy Heniry WVil
lirims on te Mi-tintown Rosad, andl intersecting
ite Lontgcnne Road, at or ntear Major Johni
Tnitpkini's Mill, on Little Stevents dreek and
Jntly 118 1849. 3m 26
-S UEREBY GIVEN, that applicanion wilf
hemade to the Legisliututre at the next Ses
siaon for the itcorporation of Butler Lodge, No.
17,1I. 0. 0. F..
Ainunsi 8, if 29u
40 Sicks Salt.
10 BIs. New Floor, and-.lots of Bncoit on
hand yet at BlLAND & BUTLER's.
Atigust 15 if 30
J OHN, the Incecr, will stand the ensning
seCuaon at myt haouiw. Th'lose who feel disi
pmosed cain hng ve 'their Earrs neconmmtadated.
TI'cMis-T'.en Dollrs intsutrance.
THIOS. Hf. PATTISON.
ent. 1to tlE, .11 UI
P RO. the 'very hn'6remo' pattuhaged ex
tended to the anbscribr.lie hie s been in
dnced to imiprtve his HOUSE nid PREIIl
SES still further, and. would resp'ectfullyann
noiunce to his former patrons and .the public,
il-.t he is 1111 well prepared to nhake all com
fo'rtable who niay fitor him with.a inll..
The STABLES and ,CAtltilAGE HOU
SEIS have been enlaiged and iini fo'ved, and
persions leaving, horses may ddiend upon'hav
ini' thlim well attended to'.
HIORSES and CARRIAGES al'vys in rea.
diuess to convey ptasengers to, arid from t.he
Rail Road. or to any part of the Country.
Ildmburg, Sept. 19, 1849, Si -3h
HAMBURG, S. C.;
OlIN A. IIOUSTON having taken the
e abve Establishment resp.ertfulli' solicits
the patronag-elif his friends ind the P:bic gen
etally. The bnildin is at prese ilinidergoing
thorough repairs. Good STABLES and also
n LIVERY STABLE will be chniietted with
the HOTEL. The establishibent will be open
ed on the Ist of October next.
Angust29, 1849. 3nl 32
1T The Abbeville Bainer will p'6nse inqert
for three Months and direct its 'account to J.
A. Houston llaniburg, S. C.,
HE undersigned, having associated
n thmselve s in business untie he name
and style of DUN BA R & 'GA RMANY, for
the purpose of transacting a general GRO-.
CERY BUSINESS, in this place, Yespect
fully invites the attention of Plaiters to their
Heav.y Stock of all thd leading articles of
general consumption. They may. be found
at the stand tecently occupied by B. S. Dun
bar, and nearly opposite the stahd formely
occupied by G W. Garmanyt wh'ere .they
will be happy to receive their former friends
and patrons, together with the public at
We are determined t6. keep cohstantly on
hand a stock unsurpassed by any evlr offered
in this market, and believing our ra'ilities for
buying Low, to be equal to any i the place,
we will alrays be prepared to X11 at the .
lowest prices, either for Cash olr oil time to
approved customers. Having rbfed the
Ware-House fornerly occupied by.B. Elliott,
and placed it under the charge of an expe
rienced man, we are prepared t0 offer equal
advaritges in storage with any Wa4.House
in the place ; and liberal Cash Advances
made, at all times, on Cotton stoied with us, -
or on shipments made to G. W. Gartpany &
Co., Savannah, whose charges will be as
low as usually made by other Fictaro. The
highest prices paid at all times Bi- Cotton
and other produce brought to market:
B. S. DUNBAIt,
0. W. GARMANY.
Hamburg July 9; tr 26.
I BEG leave to return my thank's to the
public for the liberal patrona'ge heretofore
bestowed on me, a'd soliit a c'ontinuance
of the satne for the now firm.
B. S. DUNBAR..
aN C ard
bEG leave to return fay uhaidk3 to the
public for-the liberal patronag' hereto
fore bestowed on me, and solicit & 'contina
ance of the saie for the new firu6*
G. W. GARMANY.
Cheap Goods in Stbre.
50 Ilhds Prime N 0 %Igar
Jo llhds. comtmotn N. 0.- Sugar,
20 '- chioice Porto aRc'o, bugar,
2.5 Barrel cin'r~fied l
5 " ernshed . "
2 " powdered.
5 B~oxe3~ Woolsey & Woosey doable
refined loaf sogar,
2 " Chairleston ddble icfined lea.
20 Hhds. 1.1 tscovado Mlolasses,
$ " Trinidad '?
50 Barrels New Orleans "'
10t0 Barrels No. 3 atacheisdl (large size,)
20 Kith No. I
125 bags prnme Rio Ceifee
40 " "Lngnigra"
20 " " old Cuba '
:j ' old .Jn-vnt'
0000 Lbs. Utnion brand wvule Lead (No,..
extra atnd paire,)
300 G~dlons Linseed Oil;
2 Batrrels Train"
:300 Lbs. Putty in bliddeis,
125 Box'3es wilidow glass (all sizes,)
'75 Kegs Eatstern nails (assorted)
20.00)0 Lb. nssorted Swedes Iron.
500 "Castteel (Sianderstons,)
Germtin And Blistbr steel,
400 Pieces heavy Din'doe bagging,
1010 Coils htempl rolpe,
10 Batles homnespdri (Angusta manufac
5 '. " '(Grattiteville Company),
8 ' heavy cottdd Osnabatgs,
20 boxes upermt canidles,
21) " Adamannrinue candles,
I0 ." llull & Sons patentt cnndles,.
30t Ilhds. hiacon sidea (westerni,)
4000 Lbs. country Bacont,
3 Tiee [Rice. &c. &c.,
Sddlee, Bridles,' Bllit, Calicoes, Catton
Yarn, Shoes, H uata, taps. Tubbas. Sugatrans,
Sieves, TLobatcco, Pepper, Spice, Ging'dr. Ten,
Cane-seat Chairs, Woo'd sent Chair's;- Gritnd..
stones. and :blany othuet articles too tedros to
- DUNBAR & GIERMANY.
Hla ibi-g, July 11, 1849, tf 25
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
.EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COURT' OF ORDINARY.
Y ,JOIIN lUIL L, Esq., Ordinry of
BEdgefi eld District.
Whereas Eugcne Burt, hath npplied so
me for Letters of Administration, on al and
singular the goods arid chattels, rights' and
efedits of Susan Burt, late of the District
These arc, therofore, i-cito antI adlmon
isht all atnd sirigul-ar, the kindred-and ciredi
tors of the said deceased, to he atnd appear
helore nie, at our tnext Ordinary's Court
hlr the said District to he holden at Edgc
field Court hlouse on the 1st day of Ge
ober next, to show canse, if any why the
said admninistration should not he granted.
Given uinder my hand and seal, this 17th
day of Septembler in the year ofottr Lord
oe thousand eight huntdred and foirty nitne
and in the seventy-fourth year of Atmeri
3011N lIlLL, o. E. 0.