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man, at his residence in this Village, on
Monday morning the 1st inst., after a painful
illness of over three. weeks, Mr. TuostAs
H. ItcxsoN., in tht 26th year of his age.
The deceased was a member of the Metho
cist Episcopal Chur'ch.
DiE, in tItis District, Sept. 27th. after a
short and painful illness, ELL.N LEANORA,
youngest daughter of John and Nancy Moa
lng, aged one year, ten months and nine
"The little babe has gone to rest,
Reclines upon hor Saviour's breast
Could we but see her levely face,
She's so delighted with her place.
low could we wish her back again,
But say dear child with Christ remain."
On the 3rd ult., by Hardy White, Esq.,
MD. OBEDIAH BERRY to Miss JoICY BoY
xzN, only daughter of Mrs. Boykin, all of
To the World.
07 Consumption is a disease which is carry
ing its victims to the tombs by thousands, with
out being arrested in its progress by the med.
icines in common use at the present time. But
a brighter day is comi ng, and has cote-as to
successfully arrest this disease. DR. R.O
GERS' LIVERWORT AND TAR. not duly
gives immediate relief in COUGHS and
COLDS. but from the testimony of men of the
highest standing here and elsewhere, it is nak
ing some very remarkable cures ofCONSUM P
TION. Improvements in the treatment of
diseases are onward, and nothing can arrest its
spirit in the present age.
For sale at this place by
G. L. PENN, Agent.
RlSLIEY'S VER11 'UG E Ok COM'OUND
Syrup of Pink Root.
An effectual WO1RI KILLER, perfectly
safe in all Cases. It operates gently on the
Bowels, and is so pleasant that when children
once get a taste, they cry fur it.
Prepared and sold] Wholesale and Retail by
I1AVILAND, RISLEY, & CO.. Druggists,
Augusta. Aso, sold by G. L. PENN, Agent,
Edgceliek, and by Cointry "Merchants general
ly. Price 2i5cts.
August 1, 18.19 2m 28
Bustler Lodge N1I'o. 17.
X. @, (D. ff.
( Regular meeting of this Lodge will
be held on Miotnday evening next at S
o'clock, F. II. VARDLA W, Sec.
October 3 it 37
J E(RO KERSEYS, Shoes and Blankets.
A stperior assortment at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Oct. 3, tf 37
IES11 ENGLI51 DAI.Y CHElESE,
Just received at
BJLAND & BUTLER'S.
Oct.:3, if 37
GOOD Secoud.hand Carriago, nearly
new. W. P. 1UTLER;
Oct. 3, if 37
STATE OF SOUT[I CA ROLINA.
Marty Mays and othes, Ap'ts. )
WVilliami Uill and wife Sarah,
Nanicy Droodawny widow of
- menpiirin Brondaway, D)ec'd. )
Aleuhia Mnys. Jesse Mays, and j.
Ahney Mays. childi-en of a
D~ee'd. G.randlson (Abney C. }
MNays.) Depfndants. )
IIY Virtue of an order from John Hill,
Esq., Orditnary of Edmleield LDis
trict, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield, C.
11., on the.hirst Monday anad Tuesdamy foi
lowing in November next, the lands be
longing to the estate of Ahney Mays.
Deceased, situate in the State and District
a foresaid, contaitning two hundred and sev
enty-five acres more or less, will be sold
on a credtt of twelve mornths, plurchlasers
giving bond- and two npproved securiuies.
and a mortgage of fte premtises to the Or
-ditnary, to secure the putrchase money
Cost to be paid in cash.
S. CIlRISTIE, S. E. D.
Oct. 21, 1840, 5t 37
State of South Carolina.
John WV. Garrett, and others.
N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an Order from the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall selL, at Edgefield
Court House, on the First Monday in No
vember next, the following R~eal Estate,
-The Tract of Land, known as t'he King
Trace.,econtaining onie huindred and thiutv
two and o.fourth acres, more ov less,
and adjoining lands of Thomas C. Garret t,
WVilliam IKing, and- the Trust Estate of
Said Land will be sold on a credit of
one year from the day of sale, exept for
so much as will the cost of partition of the
said lann[. Purchasers to give bond and
- good sureties to seecure the purchase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Cotmm'rs. Office, Oct. 2. 18-10.
October 3, 5t 37
Reavy Cotton Domestics~.
BRIOWN Shirtitngs and Sheetings,
Net Silk Gloves,
Belt Ribona and Laces, niew and fresh, can
be had at fLJAND & BUTLER'S.
Augtust 15 Uf 30
ALL peCrsons indebted to the Eqtate of John
- .J. Mays. deceased, will mahte payment.
Aind those hamviutg demands will render themn
int properly attested.
S. B. MAYS, Ex'r.
Sept. 19 1819 3m 35
n LBS. Choice Georgia made Cas.
I PUL tings.
40 Sacks Salt,
10 Bs. New Floor. andI lots of Baicon on
hand yet at ISLAND & IUUTLIlt'S.
August 1:5 ur3
Fall and Winter Goods.
T H E Subscribers have just received their
FALL ub WINTER SUPPLY, com
prising every ..rtileo of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
Hardware, Crockety and Glass.ware. All
of which they offer at astonishirg LOW pri,
ces. K. CAUS*E & CO'S.,
. . Cheap Cash Store.
October 3, if 37
Boots, Shoes, hats & Caps.
ENTS Fine Sewed Boots, at only $3 25
"c " Pegged " " " $2 00
" ." Sewed Shoes, $1 50,
"c cc Pegged " $1 25,
Joy's " " " G24 & 75ets.
501) pr. Plantation Brogans, 874 & $1 00
Ladies Black and Col'd. Gaiters, very fine,
Misses " " " "
Ladic Superior Walking Shoes, a $1 and
" Morocco and Kid Ties, 75cts.
10'0 prs. Servants Slippers, at only 40cts.
100 " " Low Qiattercd, Pegged,
Infants Colored Shoes, 25cts.
Mlens and Boys Glazed Caps, 124cts.
" "c " C!oih do 25 to $2 00,
Infants Silk Velvet Caps, (fancy) at vari
Mason's Best Blacking,'3 boxes for 121cts.
The above Goods are all to be had at the
Cheap Cash Store of
R. CAUSSE & CO.
October 3, if 87
Ca'pcnters Tools, &c.
AT THE FOLLOWING Low PRICES.
SMOOTHING Planes, 626 to 75ets.
Jack " $1 00,
Foran ' " . $1 374,
Hland Saws, at the extreme low price of
do. do. of a Superior quality, $1 50.
Drawing ICnives, at 621ets.
Augers and Auger Gimblets, assorted sizes,
mill and Iand Saw Files.
Brace with 19 best Bitts assorted, $2 50.
Scotch Braces, 62Aets,
Brace Bitts, assorted sizes, $1 50 per doz.
Steel Hammers at only 20cts.
Brass Candle Sticks, at 50 and 626 cts.
And Irons, Brass Mounted, very low.
Shovels and Tongs to match,
Waffle and Gridirons, only 6?f cty. a piece.
Wilson's best Shoe Knives, 12Acts.
Table Cutlery 374cts. to $3 0) per'sett.
400 papers Tacks, assorted,' 5 paper for
4 doz. Scives, from 25cts. up.
Together with the above, we have a ldrge
and complete assortment of Locks, 61
every description, hinges and Screws.
Collins Genuine Axes, at S1 124.
50 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes, at Hlamburg
Waiters in Setts and Single, very low.
R. C A USSE & CO.
October 3, if 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
BY JOIIN HILL, Esq., Ordiunary of
Whereas L. 1I. iM1un'ly bath applied te
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods'and chattels, rights and
credits of Samuel Smith late of the District
These are, therefore, torite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the sai deceased, to be and appeur
before me, at our next Ordinary's Coutrl
fur the said District to be holden at Edge.
field Court [louse on the ninteenth day ni
October lost, teshow cause irany, why ti
said admninistratiton should niot be g-anted.
Gliven tunder my hand and seal, this 2nd
tay of October in the year of our Lordi
onte thiousand eight hundred aind forty nin<c
and rn the seventy-fourth year of Ameri.
JO HN IIILL, 0. E. D).
October 3 2 t 37
STA TE OF SOUT[I CA ROLINA.
BYJO:ilN IllL, Esq., Ordinary ol
WVhereas Joseph C. lleall hath applied]
in me for Letters of Admninistraution, or
all and singular iho goods and chattels
rights rind credits of Joshua R. lDoall lati
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to elue and arnon,
ish all and singular, the kindred and cred.
itors of the said deceased, io be and appeal
before mue, at our next Ordinary's Cour
for tho said District, t-o be holden at Edge
fiold Court lonse, on the ninieenth day o.
October Inst, io show cause. if an3
why the said admuinistration should not b<
Given under my hand anti seal, this th<
2nd day ol October in the year of oul
Lord one thousanid eigh-t hundred anc
forty-nine, and in the 74th year of Atmer'
JOIIN [IILL, o ? 1).
October 3 2t 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
B Y JOH.-N iIILL, Esq., Ordinary o,
Whercas Johnt WV. Dlolley, lith appliei
to me for' Letters of administration, on al
and singular the goods and chuattles, rightt
and credits of Magarett Litesey, late of th<
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore. to cite and admon.
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appeat
before me, at our next Ordinary's Courl
for the said Djisitict, to be holden at Edge
feld Co-urt Hnnso on the 15th day 0
October inst., to show cause, if' any~
why the said admninistration should- not bc
Givena'under my hand antiseal, this Isl
day of October in the year of' our LorJ
one thousand eight hundred and' forty
nine, and in the seventy-fourth year ol
JOHN IlLL, o .D
Octobier 3 2 Lt 37
AL L Persons indebted to the Estate of WV
AL. ltnesell, deceased, are requested t
Estate is'indcbted, are regnested~tn render thell
accounts propeurly attested to the subscriber.
B. C. IJAIRW, Admn'r.
r..anvn, Oct 1, :,'t 37
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Robert Merriwether, and 1
Areby afton, and others. j
N OTICE is hereby given, that by vir,
tue of an Order from the Court of
Equity in this ease. '1 shall sell on the
premises, (on the Weir Tract,) on Wed
nesday, after the First Monday in Decem
her next, being the 5th day of December,
the real estate of Thomas .Merriwether, a
largo portion of which is woodland, as
No. I of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White, D. S., six hundred
acres, lying on Stephen's Creek, adjoining
lands nf the estate of Jeptha Sharpion. the
estate of John Middleton, and Tract No.
2, of the Upper 'I'ract of said estate.
No. 2 of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White. D. S., seven hundred
and sixty acres, lying on Stepen's Creek,
bounded ot the North by the aove Tract,
(No. I,) and the estate of John Middleton,
on the West by the road leading,tn Furies
Ferry, and on the South by Mrs. Key and
No. 3 of the said Upper Tract.
No. 3of the Upper Tract, c.ontaiuing by
surver of D. White, D. S.. font hundred
acres, hounded on the North by the above
Tract, described as No. 2. on the East and
South by Mrs. Key and Dr. G. Tennant,
and on the West by the road leading to
Furies Ferry, and Tract No. 4 of the Upper
No. 4 of the Upper tract or the Loctist
and Hill tract, coutaining four hundred and
two acres by surrey of D. White, 1). S..
and bounded on the North and Etast by the
above tracts desrribed as No. 2 and the
Furies Ferry road, on the South and West
by the Estate of John Middleton, dec'd.
No. I of the Lower or Weir tract, con
tfining by survey of D. White. D. S., four
hundred and fifty six acres, adjoining lands
of Thomas McKie, Nos. 2 and:4, of the
Lower or Weir tract, reserving the use of
the spring, known as the poplar spring,
near the residence of Thomas McKie, to
the said Titomaa McKie and his wife du
ring their lives.
No. 2 of the Lower or Weir tract. con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., six
hundred and twenty-six acres, lying on
Stephen's Creek, adjoining lands of Thos.
McKie. the estate of John W. Garrett, J.
A. Houston, and Nus.1 and 3 of the Low
er o.r Weir tracts.
1No. S of the Lower or Weir tract. con
taining by Purvey of D. White, D. S., six
hundred and fifty acres, lying on Stephen's
Creek and adjoining lands of Robert Mer
riwether, Josenh Crafton, and Nos. 4 nd
2, of the said upper or Weir tract.
No. 4 of the Lower or Weir tract, con
taining seven hundred and thirty-six acres,
by survey of D. White, D. S., adjoining
lands of A. T. Crafton, Joseph Crafton,
and Nos. I and 3, of the upper or .Weir
No. 5 of the Lower or Weir tract con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., one
hurrred and twentv-eight acres, adjoining
lands of William Iicarmnud, A. T. Craf
ton, Thomas McKie, and on the east by
the road leading to Furies Ferry, and No. 1,
of the Lower or Weir tract.
All the personalty of the said Thomas
Merriwether, ilfter taking off' the share
of WVihliam *R. MerriwetLher, decessed,
consisting of Negross, Irorses, Hogs. Cat
tIe, Corn, Fodder, plantation Tools &c.,
Said Lands will be sold on a bredit of
one and two years, except for'so tmuch as
will pay the cost of this suit to be paid int
cash. And as to the personalty, a credit oh'
Purchasers to give bond and goodi per
sonal sureties, to secnre the purchase
A T. Crafton, Robert Merriwether and
Joseph Metriwemher, living near Furies
Ferry, will show- thte lands to any otte de
siring to eene them.
S. S. TOM PRINS, c. A v..'D.
Commission er's Ohiiee,2d, Oct. l8l&.
(Q rThe Abbeville IBanner and Augusta
Chrotnicle and Sentinel will copy once a
week till first Mlonday ini December, and
forward bill to -
Oct. 3, 1S-19 9t 37
State of South Carolina.
IN T H E COIIMN PLE AS.
Josepih L Talbert and wife,
aud others,' Partiton,
Mary Anti Quarhes. )
OTICE is hereby given, that by vir
-Itue of ana Order frotm the Court or
Equity in thts case, 1- shall sell a t Edgefield
Court hlouse ona the First Montday in No
vembier next, the following property be
longing to the estate of HIugh. M. Quarles,
Th'le M'ill Tiract, containing four hundred
and thirty-frve atcress, inore or less, situated
in the District and St ate aforesaid, ott hard
Lobor Creek. atnd adjoining lands of Dan
iel Rountree, Elisha Robertson, - Ga
ble and others.
The Bece Tree Tract, containing two
haundred anti forty acres, moro or less, and
adjoining lands of Wiley Timmerman, Jo
siaha Perrin, and 'Elisha Robertsona,
The Lyon Tract, containing two huu
dred acres, more or less, adjoining lanids of
Pleasant Morris, the above tract, described
as the Mill Tract, and others.
AMso, onte Lot ofjLand att Liberty 1l1ll,
containing one and otne-hialf acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of E. L Ilibbler,
Peter Qtamdebum, and others.
Said Lands will be sold onta credlit of one
and t wo ycars, except for-so much as will
pay the cost of this suit, to be paid itt cash.
Purchasers to ,give bend and app~roved
sureties, to secure the purchase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E..D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 2, 18-19.
October 3, 5t 37
Land for Male.
T lHE Subscriber offers for sate on the most
accommuodatinag termts. the tract of hand
ont which he tnow resides. Said tract coantamts
'it)0 acres, the growth of which is pirincipll Iy
oak ; s situated on the head wazters of little
SteveC Creek, and is very wvell watered, hay
intg two ntever t'ailing riprings. It adjoins lands
of ?uluj. J. C. Allen and nh r. Contrad Lowery.
Sept 5,18m9 tr - .J:1
FOR THE PEOPLE.
W E have received and now have open a
large und very superior assortuent of
Staple and Fance.
DRY GOODS. hARDWARE, GRO
GERIES, CROCKERV, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
stited to Fall and Winter wants of the people.
All persons desirous of obtaining repl good
Goods at fair prices, are.respectfully invited t"'
call at that same place where they can get every
thing they want, and mare too.
The variety'iss too extensive to ennmerate or
particularize articles, " call and see," we will
show them with ileasure and charge you noth,
ing for lookingt
BLAND & BUTLER.
N. B.-:-We still have on hand a large lot of
supdrior Ilactin Sides, at 8 cents cash.
D. & B.
Sept. 26 1849 tf 36
Fall and Winter Goods,
T 1IE Snbseriber has just received, his Fall
and Winter Stock of Goods, consisting
of all kinds of
WORSTED GOODS, BLACK BOMBA
ZINES. ALPACCAS AND FANCY
SILKS, fo' LADIES DR ESSES.
A LARGE LOT OF PRINTS OF Ar.L KINDS.
Fine Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
M uslin Worked Collarn,
" Silk and Woollen Shawls.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEGRO SHOES,
BLANKETS & KERSEY.
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Shoes, Sad.
dIes, Hats and Caps of all kinds.
which will be sold very low, and a liberal dis
count for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
September20 b 3G
EXEC TOR'S SALE.
W ILL be slid to the highest bidder orr the
seventh day of November next. the
Real ansi Personal Estate of the late James T.
Gray, deceased, as follows:
One entire.,iraet of land, containing, by re
cent survey, eleven thousand nine hindred and
seventy-seven (11,977) acres, situated on the
waters of the.Savainiah River and Steel Creek,
Barnwell District, S. C. There are about fif
teen hmidred (1500) acres cleared land, well
adapted to the'caltivation.of Cotton and Grain.
There is erecitil on Steel Creek, abont one
and a half tailes- from the River, a Saow Mill,
containing tto~siws. with safficient water pow
er to drive a Grist Mill and Saw Gin atsformrer
ly. The saver land is heavily timbered with
the growth of Oak, Hickory, Poplar and Cy
press, adjacent to the Mill ; the growth of the
upland (about nine thousand acres.) conisists
principally of Pine. There is a snitable land-.
ing on the river for the delivery of Steamboat
Wood, of which there is an abundant supply,
and constantdemand. To a capitalist desirous
of engaging in the Timber and Tur pentine hi
siness, and the rearing of stock of all kinds,
the above Plantation offers inducements inferior
to none on thoSavannah River. There is near
the Mill a comfortable Oversenrs llouse, with
a sufficient nutuber of frame bitil.lings to ac
commodate one hundred Negroes.
The persotial property consists of twenty-six
(26) Negroes nbout one hnndred (100) head of
Cattle, fifteen Mules and Horses, n large nuin..
bir of stuck Hops, Sheep, Ilmischohl and
Kitchen Furniture, Plantation and Blacksmith's
Tools, f:on seyenty-frve to eighty bags of Cot
tin, from si:!.teeight thousand bushels of Corn,
Fodder, Pens,l&c. &c.,.
At the san, time anJ place, by consent of
pnrties. the et or treets of land, knon n as
Gray's Ha ek, and part of Stave Island,
adjoining the ove, containing about five hnn
dred and sixz 5i0) acres. Also, one other
tract on Telfnur's island, on the Savannah Riv
er, containing 'forty (40) ncre3, known as the
Ternms made known on the daty of sale.
D). AlRlDIS, Exectutor*o
Beach Island, Sept. 6, 1849. Ut 3G6
Ridge Land for Sale.
r 5fl E Subscriber ot'ers for sale his varlnalde
Ltract of land-, iitnaitedl ona Beach Creek,
cotnn'nrg three bhrndred and nirneiy-five aeres
of chroicc lai, well adapted to the culture of
G;~on Cotton, and stimil grain. Abont Otto
hnnisdred acres are cleared antd ini cnltivation,
tire baslanice is well tiimbered with oaks, hickory
')n thre prem'nses are a good dwelling. antd all
necessary out burildinrs, and iq well wamteredI.
Thre said tract, joins lands of Capt. iR. War-d,
WVm. lict and Wtm. Johntson, Esq.
Sept. 26, tf 316
WTE have tis day assorinted with urs, Mr.
'IJ. E. BUCKMAST1Ett, ini the trans
action of the Gencral Commn~ission .msd Factor
age Bujnsiness', which will hterenrfier lie conducted
undrser the ntatme and style of JEFFans, Co'rH
RANI & Co.
JEFFERS & COYJIIRAN.
Hanmburrg, Sept. 10, 184!), tf 34
Loaf, Crushecd and P'ow
1,000~ Lbs. Crushed Sugar, double refined,
j,000V' " Powvdered"""
2,00)0 " Clarified"
For sale by H. A. KFENRICK.
IHambrurg,-Sept. 10, 1819. (It 3.4
W ILL cease hero in monte four weeks, for
theo purpose of gning to HUnburg.
Those wishing their Feathers Retnovated, will
pltonee send their beds in as early as possrble,
ms all pruobability it will hie thc last chance thatu
may be oll'ered to rhe .citizerns of the village anrd
Sept. 12, 184~ tf 3
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Spcn
cur Doonlware, deceased; will imnke piny
tmenrt, aind thsose.hiaving denurands against said
estaute, willjesenit themi properly atested.
HI. BJOULAAE, Ex'or.
September 26 3 0 3
I Forewarn'a1l persons fromt tradinig for a
Note given by moe, aind signed, by Snmter
Grifin, and A- M. Snmithr, to Strmter Dansiel,
Admnritrrator of thre Estarte of Whjtimanr Ihill,
deceasedl. Said Note wvas givenr for a black
hiorsc, which has proven unrsorund, anid I am
deterined nt-~tto prey said iroto unliess corm
plled by La~w.
W. B. M iER1WETIIER.
Se pt. 20:1849 3t 341
5- Cents Reward.
I WVILL give thre above reward to arty per
sons whos will deliver W M. 8A WYERS tel
sue, who is a hunnrd aspprenicse to e nenitr t er
nruv ille P. 0. in Edgehield District. nind who
ras away otn thre 26th of Arngrst last. I also
forowarri all persons from trading with him or
boaring him in any respect.
AMOS McG RAW.
Sept. 1, 18.49- tf 33
D RUGS & I
.-T A UGUS
DRS. BLAND, '
Wholesale and P
A RE constantly receiving no
dition .to their large and
AMERICAN, FRENClI & I
DRUGS and EDICIN.ES
pure and of approved manu
They offer also, PAINTS,
OLASSWVARE, BAIL SOA
CY NOTE PAPER, LE'
OPES for q;nme, INK erall c
and HAIR BRUSHES. SURGICAL INS
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising aft
The attention of Physicians anod Planters
supplies can he furnished at AUGUSTAM
discount for cash, and in such quantities as
The importance of these advantages mus
Market, incurirrg brcakage and delay incide
PLANTERS will do well to call and see i
Edgeflield C. L., October 3, 1849.
THE HODGES INSTITUTE.
Greenwood, Abbeville, S, C.
ALLEN DEDRICI, A. M. Paiscirar..
JAMES PHILIP, ENa. DEanA'rMENT.
N. W. HODGES, AssisTasT.
T H E last quarter of 1F40 of the above
named Institute will commence on the
1st October, when the exercises will be conduc
ted in the new building which has been erected.
The next scholastic year n ill begin early in
January, when superior advantages will be af
Grateful for past pntronage, the Hodges In
stitute looks to the intelligent and liberal mind
ed parentand guardians in the South for sup.
port, confident of success, and asking only that
its merits as an institution of learning may be
For information address the Principal, Wood
ville, S. C.
N. B.-Wanted, on the 1st of October, .
Teacher competent to take a charge, equal in
scholarship required. to an ordinary academy.
Bieides the usual qualifications he must be
fa ifuL and willing.
Po- Farticulars address the Principal, Wood
ville. S. C.
Sept. 1 1849 St 35
PUBLISHING A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
TO DE CALLED
THE SOUTHERN & WESTERN
EDITED BY ALtBERT G. M ACKP.Y, At D.
Author of a "Lexicon of Freemasonry,',
"Mjstic Tie;" Grand Secretary
of the G. L. of S. C. tic.
T H E Subscriber proposes to publish in the
city of Charleston S. C., a monthly pe
ridic:l under the above title, to be devoted ex
cl ively to Freemasonry. Every subject of
interest to the craft, such as qiTestions of Ma
sonic History. Biography, Science and Juris
prndence. will he discussed in its pages, and it
will be the ea'ort of the editor, by the most labo
rious attention to his duties, to present to his
readers a Monthly Miscellany of Masonic Lit.
eratere that may at once both amuse and in
The Miscellany will be printed monthly at
Charkston, S. C. Each nunber will consist
of 33 pages large octavo, about thd size of
Moores Freemason's M'laga:inc, and the work
will be delivered to subscribers at 42 per an
nmn, payable on receipt of the first number.
Tli iblication will be. commenced as soen
as 500 subscribers are obtained.
Brthreni recciving copies of these proposals
are requested to exert tiiemselves in obtainiig
suibsribers, and to transmit the n.amies as soon
aspossible to the unersigned nr Chtarlestoni,
. C. 'A. G. M1ACKEY, l. 1).
Jept. 26, 1840 e
Log Creek Lands For Sale.
T H Siubscribecr of'ers for sale htis valia
bile traict olf lhnd, sitnated oni Log Creek,
about seven mile's north of Edgefield C. [louse,
cotaininug five hundred (500) acres, tiore or
lss, adjotiing Iainds of Mirs. Nancy Blocker,
A T. Illudges, John Burtis and others, oiie hall
of whicn is woodland we'll timbered. Oin the
~rises n're a good Dwelling and Negren
heses Gin house. Bhi;cksithl Shop, aned all
ieessry out hiaildinegs. The land is wvell
alated to growing Corn, Cottoit and Small
Grai. Th'le tract is well watered.
Also the growing crop of Corn and Fodder
aid four M inies, onto Wagon and sundIry ari
ces toom tediotus to momiiion.
Te land, ii tnt disposed of at privat'e sale,
will bo seld at Edlgefield Contrt House..to thte
highest bidder, on the first alondity in Decemt
her text. Terms mtade kntown onu the day of
sale. Mf. D. WELLS.
Sept 4, 18-19 tf 33
T RB GIVEN, that application will
..be made at the next setting of the Legisla
ture for a Newv Rtoad leadinig out [trm the Mar
tin Town Road iu this D~istrlet, at or inear Sam
nel Stevens, and intersecting the Lonig Cane
Road, att or near Gibson Collitts.
Angist I tf 28
IS H EREBY GIVEN, that- :pplication will
le made to the Legislature of South Garobi.
na, at its next Session, to incorporntn a Gomn
py for the puir~pose of making au Plank Rtoad
from Edtefield to llamburg..
A ugst 22. ut3
I S Hereby giyein, that application will li
miade in the tiext Legislature fhr ilie grant
oi a new Road, connmneneinig at or unear the old
Stam Mill, fornierly owned by Hlenry Wil
iams on the Martintown [Road, anmd inersecting
ithe n.ngcane Rond; at or near M1ajor Johni
Tompin's Mill, on Liutle Stevens Greek and
July l8 1849 .3m 26'
IS h EREBY GIVEN, that application ill~
Eb mado to the Legislature at the niext Sos
stinn fr thee incorporatiutn olV utler Lodge, No.
7, 1. 0. 0. F.
August 13, tif2
LL those indebted to the Estate of hlezeo
kinhi Stronie; doc'd., are hetreby reestted
o ehe inumedineet pnaymient. and those having
d eiatds to prescet ihetm properly attested.
B. F. & S. C. STrROM E,
August 1, 4m 2
EE suscriber having puirchiasede of Mr.
S l Godhis restidencee in the Villeae,
has removed to the same.
E. F. TEAGUE, M. D.
Sp. 12, 1649 if 34
['EAGUE & CO.
w and fresh supplies in ad- _
.well selectcud STOCK of
ENGLJ1&HE ChEM ICA LS.
-all of which are weranted
facture, imported under the
)ILS, WINDOW GLASS,
P. FANCY SOAP. FAN
[TER PAPER, ENVEL- .,
>iniri; PAINT. VARNISH,
3TRUMtNTS, FANCY and MISCEL
ll aonriment of all ariicles in their line.
is cal.led to the important factA that. their
RICES, on six months time, five per rent
may be desired.
t he obvious to. those trading att a remote
at to trausportatiou. PHYSICIANS sadI
T HE undersigned, having associate
themselves in business under the name
and style of DUNBAR & GARMANY, for
the purpose of transacting a general GRO
CERY BUSINESS, in this place, respects
fully invites the attention of Planters to their
Heavy Stock of all the leading articles of
general consumption. They may be found
at the stand recently occupied by B. S. Dun
bar, and nearly opposite the stand formetly
occupied by G. W. Garmstny,. where they
will be happy to receive their.former friend
and patrons, together with the public at
We are determined to .kep constantly om
hand a stock unsurpassed by tany ever o re&
in this market, and believing our facilities for
buying LOW, to be equal to any in the place,
we will always be prepared to sell at th
lowest prices, either for Cash or on time. to
approved customers. Having rented the
Ware-House formerly occupied by B. Elliott;
and pfaced it under the charge of an expe
rfenced mani, we are prepared to offer equal
advantages in storage ,with any WareHouus
in the place ; and liberal Cash Advancer
made, at all times, on Cotton stored with bs,
or on shipments made to G. W. Garmany &
Co., Savannah, whose charges will be as
low as usually made by other Factors. The
highest prices paid .at all times for Cotton
and other produce brought to market:
B. S. DUNBAR,. ".
d. W. GARMAN.
Hamburg July 3, tf
I BEG leave to return my thanks to th
public for the liberal patronage heielofore
bestowed on me, and solicit a continuance
of the same for the new firm.
B. S. D tNiAR
.ft Card' ,
I BEG leave to return my .thanks tg thel
public for the liberal patroqage .hegt,o
fore bestowed on me, and~solicit. a continu
ance of the same for the new firm.., .
G. W. GARhIANY.
Cheap Goads in Store.
sO Ulhds Prime N 0 Suga'
1t Hhds. common N. O. Sugar -
20 '- choice Porto Rico, Sugar,
25 Barrels clarified "
5 " crtushed"
2 " powdered a
5 Boxes W~oolsey & Woolsy doubhb
refined loaf suph-;.
2 " Charleston doubre renned loa,
20 Hhlds. Mduscovado iMolasses,
5 " Trinidad ," -
50 -Barrels New Orlea'n's "
lot) ~Barrels N~o 3 Mackerel ('lare size.,
20 Kits No. 1
125 bags prnne i'o Cofle
40 " Lagnigra ".
20 " " old Cuba '.
30- "' " old Java".
(lO00 Lbs. Union brand wit'e Lead (Not.
extra and pure,)
*300 Gallons Linseed Oil,
2 Barrels TIrain,":.
300 Lbs. Putty in. bledders;..
125 Doxes.windowv glass (atli sizes,)
73 Kegs Eastern nmis (assorted)
20,000 Lbs. assorted Swedes Jron,
500' Casteel (dandersons,)
German and Blister steel,
400 Pieces heavy Dundee bagging;
l1t) Cnils hemp rope,
10 Bales homespun (Augusta' maduface
5 " (Granitoville'Comipany.)
S " heavy cotton Osnabuwgs,
20 boxes speru'candles,
20 " Ada innrie candles.
10 " HIl & Sonsrpatent candles,,
:30 IHids. bacon'sides (wostrn,)'
4000 Lbs. country Baton;
3- Tierces Rice. &c. &c:,.
-. A LSO- 0
Saddles. Bridles, Bilanikets, Calicoes, Cotton
Yarn, Shoes, Hants, Caps, Tubbs. Sugar-eans,
Sieveis, TPobacco; Puepper, Spice, Giunger. Tee,
Cane-seat Cha~irs, Wouod seat Chairs, Grind.
stones. and manay oilher articles too tedious to
enuerae.DUNDIAR. & dARMANY.
Hlamnburg, July 11, 1849, tf 25.
Genuine Cod- Liver Gif.
JUST receivedt a-stipply of this f'aluallfe
article recently brouglt inito. sudh'ezten
sive use bay its astonishing ell'ects in puhsuonar
and othier diseases. It is report byone phys
cin, (Dr. WVilliaink, of N. Y.).that of2311 eases:
of tubercuilons disease of the luhgs, treated dtir.
mug the lasr two and s' half yeairs, of which he
has p~rcserVed notes; only nineteens derived no
mai~rkedlieneflt fronm die se of this Oil. In
our own conunty one person las already
beeni to all appearances, material benefitted by
this semedly. For Sale by
Sp. l 4 G, L. PENN, Agent.
Lamny Oil; Candles &c,
50 GALONS Lamp Oil, a. chtole
20(0 Gallonis Lamp Oil. (saminer. strained4
200 " Train Oil.
15 Boxes Sperm Canadles.
15 '- Adamanitine Candles.
10 " Hall's Candles.'
For sale by H. A. KENRICK-.
Hlamburg Sept. 5, 1849, tf 33
From Tumbling Shoals' Mills.
U~ ST receive Twenty-Two Barnes. Super
@9fne Flour in Flat H oop Barrels, from the
above celebrated .Mills. and foi- sale by
G. L. PENN.i AtET.