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NEW YoaK, Oct. 8 J A. M.
A more serious gale tlian has visited this
city for many years prevailed during
Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
and caused great. damage to the shipping
in the harbor, and throughout the city
and vicinity its ravages are plainly to
be seen in broken awnings, trees torn up,
and' even houses .domolished. A house
fiy.e. stories high at the corner of Avenue
and 11th street. another in 28th street,
and .a new I'resbyterian Chtrch in the
samo vicinity were thrown dowt. We
shall, without doubt, hear of weeks on the
Sound. - As far as heard from, the steam
bont- are all safe; but the mails for the
East have been detained in consequence
of the inability of the boats to proceed.
The new packet ship Albert Gallatiun is
to sail for Liverpool on Wednesday. She
is 302 feet long, 1,435 tons, and can carry
We learn from the New-York despatch
of the Baltimore Sun of the 10th in-r. the
following additional particulars relative to
the shipwreck a Lelagraphic announcement
of which appeared in our paper a few days
Nitw YoRK, Oct. D-p. m.
I learn from Boston, that the British
brie St. John from Galway, Ireland, for
Boston, struck against the Grampus rocks
on Sunday rorning last, about 9 o'clock,
and sur.k almiost instantliy, having broke
By this painful calamity it is estimated
that about one hundred and fifty passen
gers found a watery grave. The captain,
crew and ten passetge-rs were saved by
floating on some pieces of the wreck.
Twenty- five of the dead bodies were wash
ed ashore, anti picked up on Monday morn
The captain thinks that the loss of life
is pot so. grear, but others saved believe
it cannot be less than above Plated.
Soc-n CAnoLNsa I csTTUTE.-Ve are
instructed to state that a regular meeting
of the Board of Directors of the South
Carolina Institute, beld last evening. 5th
instant, it was.
Resnlved,-That the time of holding the
first Annual Fair of the lr:sti'ute be post
poned uutil the third week in November,
and that the Fair he opened and the ad
dress by James I. IHammond, esq. be de
livered on Tuesday night,20th November.
'I he Editors of the papers that have
abvertised the Fair, are requested to pub.
lish the above notice and alter the date in
BAN.tA Co-To.-31r. P. D. Kleugh
.handed us. a few days since, a stalk of this
variety of cotton, the seed of which is said
to.corAmand an oxtravagnt price at pro.
sent. The peculiarities of this cotton, are
the fineness of its texture and the cluster
of boles which grow upon its stems; much
like the fruit from which it takes its name.
A few of these seed wrre obtained in the
Vest last year by Mr. Kicugh, and planted
here; and although tha season has been
unfavorable, he expresses himself satisfied
with the exporinear, and believes it much
superior to other varieties.-Abbeville
A Niw ETEnrnarr.:.-The Columbia
Telegraphn says :-Weo were extretmely
pleasedl to learn that our eterprising fel
low eitizens, Messrs. Giltmore & ilurton,
succeeded on Tuesday last in matkittg ev
eral castings--being the "first frttits" of a
Foundry which thtese gentlemen are about
to establish, and whichl we fec! assttred
will prove a rmost successful c.aperimnent.
Several gentlemetn who saw thu specitnens
*produced by them yesterday, prooirace
them tperfect and wvell cast, and all'ording
suflicient proof of the cotmpleteniess of the
arrangements anid preparations that have
been made by the proprietors for the pros
ecution of thteir desigtts. WVo see no ne
cessity for us to send our old castings to a
distance to ho re-cast, and re-sold to us
with doutblo freight, and we boartily wvish,
success tio Messrs. Gilmoro & llurton, and|
Columubia enterprnize in general.
CntALmrNoE.-A New York letter, to
the Philadelphia hnquirer, says:
- '-Trho extraoirdiniary quick passage made
by the new steamship Ohio, between thtis
city atnd Charleston, octtupying ottly about
sixty hours, ntud thtat tinder dhe disadvan
tage of a tnew engine and foul hionm, has
induced otto of thte proprietors oif thte line,
ialr. George Lawv, to ol'etr a chtallengo to
any steamier in the world to make a trip
from this city to Liverpoo: for a wager
of S$>0-000 a side. I shouild not lie sur
prisedl if the chiallenge is accepted, and if
so, the exciteent will lbe on precedentted,
epecially if accepted by oneo of the British
MELANCiloLr .AcctoDENT -We rraret to
learn of a melancholy accident whtich oc
curred yesterday afternoon ont the Ger
b gia Rail Road. The etngino attchted to
the down freight tralin, n~ hiile nscotndintg the
grade this side of Belair, exploded, carry
ing away the dome part of the boiler.
The Engineer, Mr. Richard T1. Allon, htad
his right arm brokeni in one or two places.
He wits brought to this city last eveniug,
and died abiout 8 o'clock.
Air. Allen was one of thto ollest and
most careful engineers. on the road, The
fireman were uitnured.-Augusta Cousti
t'utienalist. 12th inst.
DEATU OF CoMiaonoRE- GwtNN.-We
regret to learn that Commodore John
Gwinn. of the U. S. Navy, died on board
the frigate Constitution at Palmero on the
8'h of September. Commodore Gwitnn
wyas a native of Maryland, btut residedl for
some titme in tbis city, where he had many
wsarm friends, lie had been in service
over 40 years, and his loss is deeply deplor
ed by his professional associatcs.-Phlildel
Dtn rou EvER.-A quatint writer of
sentences says-."1 have seen wometn so
dleliente thtat they were afraid to ride, for
fetar the horse might run away-aftraid to
sail for fear the boat might upset-afrai:I
to waldk for fear the dow might fall-but I
never saw one afraid to get married."
CHtLD's JDnn.-A lit tle child heing at
a sermon, and observing the rnitnister very
vehemaent itn his words andI bodily gestures,
criqd our, "Mother, why don~r't the peoplo
'Youatt's Condition Powders,
FOR TUE RADiCAL CURE OF
HEAVES, BROKEN-WIND, COUGHS,
And all those discuses which affect the
mu.as membran of thc"Lnngs, Vind Pipe,
Throat and Head of the Uorse, also to expel
Botts ail Worms, loosen the Iide, improve
the appetite, and keep the animal in good con
Sold by IIAVILAND,. RISLEY &. CO.
Angusta; IUAVILAND, IIARRAL & GO.
Chiarleston, wholesale Druggists-also sold in
Edgefiehil by G. L. PENN. Agent.
Price 50 cents'a package.
Oct 10 2w 3
Jew David's or 1Uebrcw Plaster.
r Of this celebrated Plaster, it is only nccessa
y to say, no remedy has heretofore been dis
covered to egnal it in coring inveterate ulcers
and all sores, either fresh or long standing, for
pains in tie back, breast, side, or limbs. occa
sioned by cold, gonl, rhenmntism, &c. It is an
effectual cre for corns on thefeet, when ap
plied a suflicient tiine.
The genuine issold by G. L. PEINN, Agent,
Edgeficld, 0. H. Oct. 10,1849, 1rn 38
Euller Lodtge .NVo. 17.
E. 4,0. O .
'fl Regnlarmeeting of this Lodge will
ho held on Monday evenng net at 7
o'clock. F. Ii. WARDLAW, Sec.
October 17 It 39
Regular meeting of Concorrla Lodge No.
A 0. will be hell at their 1all oa .Satur
day the 20th inst. at 7 o'clock P. M. A pine..
tal attendance of all the :embeers is rcqnested.
iy order of the W'. M.
V. U1. ATKINSON, Src'nv.
Oct. 10, 2t
ALSTON B. ESTES,
commission . Ierchant.
No. 140 Bnoamwtr, N. Y.
PU! CIlASES. DRY GOODS. FURNI
TURE, BOOKS, MEDICINES, and in
lict all kinds of Merchandise, for Merchants,
Planters, Lawyers, Physicians and others.
inls CoMi Ii.55iQ ron uIisd is 21 PER CENT.
Oat. 10, tf 3S
New Fall & Winter Goods.
p1pH E Subscribe: have received and opened
$their FalI Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, FTARDWARE
HATS AND CAPS, NEGRO SHOES,
All of which will be sold as low as they can
be bought in tho market.
WILLIAIMS & CHRISTIE.
-AL S O
20,000lbs Spattanburg iron,
20,000ths. " Nails,
30 Sacks of Salt,
4,000Ibs. Choice Bacon Sides.
.W. & .C.
October 17, 3t 39
SIERIF S SALE.
- Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
Cias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edge.c.d Court liste, on the
first Monday and i'Tusday following in
November next, the following property,
in the following cases. viz:
Thos. W. Bhase, Assignee. vs. II. A.
Lanimer, one Mlahogany Tablc and one
fine w~asht stand..
Manchester Padgott vs. Wilbert Cumbo.
four neg~roes, viz:. Louiza atid three chil.
dren. Drew, Bent an' -.
S. CIIRISTIE, s. E. D.
October 15, 3t 39
GREATI BARGAINS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
OF E.VERY DESCRltPTtoN.
L ADIES Kid amil M7orocco Slippers. Ties.
lUnskins anid Walking Shoes of' superior
qualcity, Chaildrens, 3lis.sesand flovs'Shaoes and
Bioots. Thiek~ heavy suibstanitial Negro Shoes,
atll of which is warrated not to rip, and will be
sold extraordinary chenp for C'ask, at
- WILLIAM1 McEVOY'S.
Oct. 17, 18 .1 ,rf - 9
JU lST received a choice Lot of Lard, for
QFani,ily use, anJ I"'r .niIO by
- DILAND-& DUTLER.
Oct. 17, tf 3
e cite Unidcrwoodl's P'iclhlcs, Ihalf
GalnQuarts aii:l Pits.
30 Dozeni Unaderwood's Mtisiard itt Dottles
5 Do::en Undedrcdond's Tenmatn Ketchny,
Canton G inger, Pa erved Pinae .Applerk.
L~ties, Strawberry Jamo, Raspihrrry Jntn, Rled
Pickled Lo'hsters, Fre:sh Sahnn and Lobsteras
in UCan<, Capier.-. Essen~ce Cinnamoin. Lemon,
Peppe'rmint, Ginger, h'yrni, Lemon-Syrup,
Salad Oil, &c. t&c., For sal, lby
IH. A. KENRICK.
IlnHimbrg, Oct. 16,-1&10O, tf 39
FALL TERRil 1849.
IT'. is ordered that an Exttra Court of Comt
mn Plens for the District of Edlgefieldl be
holdeni, to begin on rte secornd Sionday in Jann
nry, eighteen hu tndred antd fifty, and to conitinuie
for in o weeks. to dispose of the unf~nished bu
siness of tbis 'Terim.
It is furtheor ordered. that a writ of' rcrairc tdo
issue to summon Petit aiid Cor:iinon PlJeas Ju
rors ihr the snid Extra Conrt.
O)rdered that one public notice be given here-.
of by the Clerk ihronght the Newvpaper pub-- -
lished at Edgefield Cuurt [louse.t
T. J. WIT[IERIS.
Ocrt. 12?, 1840, . rtf 39
A NY information ofC the wvhereabouts of
one PEA RL. who passed it spurions $20
Bill oin tme for good moneiy, on the night of tho
19th February latst, will be thankfully received.
Said P'earl purports to lie a trailer ont.no s, Jnrs, I
&c.. anid h:,d with hiim two inidifferant \rugaons, ~
and hmoads oif rtese articls-*e tent'ns driven
lhv two lads. ie samid lie got his waires ftomi
thin Factories int Edgefield JDistrict, S. C., and
was ini the Summer near Kirksoys M Rosu,
Edgefield. lIe is about middle age, dairk skini, 1
hea~vy beard. rotind .hiouldered andl very pro- J1
frane. le is guilty of other critmes in Gtrorgiin, o
for which lie should lie brronght to justice. Ed. .
itors woulda serve the publie bay itnserting the Ii
above a few times. t1
DAVID COOPER. 'I
Raytown, Taliafoaro Co. Ga.Oct11, 1&5.1':
Oct 17 2t 39
AT THE CHEAP NEW YORK
PRn S- tr. NOREn.
T IlE Subsrriher having just returned front
the Noth i, takes this method of inform
ing his friends, etstoicrs and thni public ;en
crily, that he has received p.trt of his well se
lected Stock orf UItY GOODS ; which he will
sell creapcr than the chealcst. All you have to
do, is to call and see, h- charges nothiug for
loaking. J. COIN.
Oct. 17, tif 39
Hamburg 1.0 0. F. Academy.
\IIE Exercisc of this institution was re.
sumned on Mondaiy the 21th Sept. nlt.,
under the direction of dlr. DAVID F. 6LtIF,
FIN. Tuition per quarter--for Leading, Wri
ting, English Citmmar, Gcngraphv, Arithma,
tic and history, (ancient and modern) 65 50
With or withmt any of t.e lreced
ing studies; the higher English
branches, viz: Algebra, Geome
try, Triiononetry. Surveying,
Ghemtistry, Natural Phbilosophy,
&t c. &c., and the namient Lau
gnlageie. :... ... 3 00
Mlnsic,. ... . . 10 00
Use of Piano, . $2 00
Terms-Panyutent quarterly, in advuance.
Each quarter to contain eleven wteks.
The ''rnstees take pleasuro in being able to
announce that they have secied the valnable
services of Mrs. GIl'FIN, who will give her
personal attention to the female dlep-riment.
'arents and gnardiatns, desirous of setding
children as paying or beneficinry scholars, will
make appLIention to the trusteem.
SASIUEL TROVDhIlDGL,) .
J. H. ANIELtSON, I
J. W. WALKI'R, I
- 1. A. KENR ICK, )'.
S. T. ItlrroN. I
GEORGE ROIIINSON, I
V. W. SALE,
hamburg, Oct. 17, 1349, 4t 39
Land & Negroes for masc.
r IlE Subscriber desirons of quiting the
farming business, tvill ofTer for sale at
public outcry, to the highest bider, on Ved
ncsday the 5th of December next, his valuable
plantation situate about 7 mil's from Edgefield
C. II. on the Newberry Road.
The Tract contains 500 aeres, more or less.
being a part of the plantation formerly owned
by Mnj. J. S. Jeter, deceased. On the premi
ses arc a cottfortablo dweling, snitable for a
small fantily and several out buildings. 200
acres of said tract is well timbered.
Also eleven likely young Negroes, consisting
of men, women and children. Also the pre.
sent yeats Crop, CoIsistintg of Corn. Fodder
and Oats, llorses and Cattle, and Plantation
T.nts-Tho land will he so!d on a credit of
one and two years: Note and approved secturi
lies, with interest from date. The Negroes,
Crop, and Stock, one-third cash, the balance
12 mouths credit by Note and apptoved secu
N. J. BLACK.
Oct.13, 1349, 7t 39
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas E. G. Rubertqon,'hah applied
a me- for Loiters of Administration. on
ill and singular the goods and chattels,
igltts and credits of Lewis Robertson, late
f the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
sh all atnd singular, the kindred and cred
bors of tbe said deceased, to be anti appeae
icfore tnc, at our next Ordinary's Court
.r ithe said District, to be htolden at Edge
iclijCourt: Ilotuse, on the 20th (lay of
2ctober lnst, to showv cause. if ainy
.vhy the said administratiotn should not be
Given under tuy hand and seal, this the
Ith day ol October in the year of our
~ord one thtousand eight htundred nind
borty-nioe, and in the 7dth year of Atner
JOIIN [IILL, o E D.
'October 17 2t 0
DR E. F. TEAGOUE
I) ESPECTFLLiY offers it prhofesionaml
LU., services in tite practi e oif Medicine. Sur
rcry, atnd Obstetrics, to thme Citizens of Edge
icld Village and vicinity. Ollice itt the Drug
stote of' Drs. Uland'. Tengute & Co.
M1ay 9, tf 10
A' TTORKNEY AT L AWi.
W -7 ILL ha~ fotntd in his taflice at TEdgefield
YVCourt Ilouse, ndinining lirydan's llrick
store. on Sat.urdays. Saledays, anid Coutrt,.
tIe will attend promptly and strict!ly to busi
IONS mi is professon.
Janttary 10, tf 51
IIE Siurscbr intentding to relingnti.lh
itthe practice of .Jltdcine at the expirn
iont of the year, returns htis tnafeagned thantks
h: the libcratl patronage extetmind to hin. hecing
.ttions toni ajust his accoutnts, respectfutlly re
tinet thtose inmdehted to tmake paymentctt by Gatrh
rt Note, prior to thi.'t date. 1fis servieo s an
onstthittt physici:n, enni be obmtainedi ott all oc
usions, tunless when p.rofes.iunally enagagedl.
WVM. D. JENNINGS, 11. D.
Oct. 10.18]0. . tf' 38
3R. HI. M. TOMlPKINS, respetftully of
.9fers htis profesiomnal services after the~ ex
iration or the year. itn the practice of' Medi
ine. Suargery', and Obstetrics, to the Citizens
V Dark Corner' atnd its vicinity. 01lice ant Dr.
V. D. .Jennincrs.
Oct. 10, I1840. tf 33
T S 11 EREiIY OIVEN, that applincutioin will
A.. be tadeb at the next setting of' timc Legisla
ire for a New Road lending otnt front the Mar.
an TIown Rond itn this District, at or ttear Sam
oh Stevens, atnd intersecting the Long Canmo
to:ah, at or near Gibsotn Collins.
Angunst I tf 2
[ S IhEREBY GIVEN, that npplientin will
be muade to thte Legislature of Souath Garoli.
n,n.t its next Session, to incoirpora to a G(m -
any for thme putrpose of mtaking a li~ak Ruoad
-om2 Edgefildk to Hamburg.
Angust 22, 3t - S
[ S Ihereby gtyen., that applictiont will hn
tmade to the tnext Legislatur'n liar alho grant
ti tntv Road, cotmmeancitng at or~ taonr the' ol
team Mill, fibn tcrly owned byn Ille''ry Wil
umi ota thge Marintown Round, and intomrectinag
te L.onagenno Road, at or near Major Johnt
'oumpkin's Mill, ont Litule Stevetns Greek and
.ttly 18 139, 'm 26
Fall and Winter Goods I
Hiss:$acribers have just received their
FAl L. & WINTER SUPPLY, coin
prising every~article of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoos, Hats and Caps, Crocerics,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware. All
of which they olrer at astonishir.g LOW prie
ces. RLh 1. CAUS'E & CO'S..
Cheap Cash Store.
October 8;: 37
Boots, Shoes, flats & Caps.
G ENTS Fine Sewed Boots, at only $3 25
" Pegged " " " $2 00
u " Sewed Shocs, $1 50,
" :.." Pegcd '' $1 25,
Boy's a:" " t "C2.3 & 75ecta.
500 prRIantation Brogans, S76 & $1 00
Ladies Blick and Col'd. Gaiters, very fine,
at $1 25.
Misses: ".." "
Ladies Superior Walking Shoes, a $1 and
" Morocco and Kid Tics, 75cts.
100 pra Servants Slippers, at only 40cts.
100 " " Low Quattercd, Pegged,
Infants;Colored Shoed, 25cts.
Mens and Boys Glazed Caps, 12?cts.
"- :' " ; Cloth do 25 to $2 00,
InfantiSilk Velvet Caps, (fancy), at vari
MAason's Best Blacking,'3 boxes for 12.cts.
The above Goods are all to be had at the
Cneap Cash Store of
R. CAUSSE & CO.
Ocrober 3, tf 37
Carpenters Tools, &e.
ATTHZFoLLowING Low PICzFs.
MOOTHING Planes, G21 to 75cts.
Jack " $1 00,
-Foran " S1 37,
H1 and Saws, at the extreme low price of
do. do, of a Superior quality, $1 50.
Drawing Knives, at 62 cts.
Augers and Auger Cimblets, assorted sizes,
Mill and Hand Saw Files.
Braco ith 15 best Bitts assorted, $2 50.
Scotch Sraces, 62dcts,
.Brace Ditts, assorted sizes, $1 50 per doz.
Steel Hammers at only 20cts.
Braes Candle Sticks, at 50 and 62j cts.
And Irons, Brass Mounted, very low.
Shovels and Tongs to match,
Waffle and Gridirons, only G?3cts. a piece.
Wilson's best Shoe Knires, 12&cts.
Table Cutlery 374cts. to $3 00 per sett.
400.papers Tacks, assorted, 5 paper for
4 doz. Scives, from 25cw. up.
Together with the above, we have a large
and complete assortment of Locks, of
every description, Hinges and Screws.
Collins Genuine Axes, at $1 12}.
50 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes, at Hamburg
Waitera.in Setts and Single, very low.
R. CAUSSE & CO.
October 3, tf 37
List of Letters
R EMAINING irn the Post Oflice, at
Edgefield C. II., 30th Sept. ]184.
Brown, Esq., J. S. MeCarthey,
Balcy, William althis, Betsey
Buche, Alex. A. lcBee, Mrs. P.
Hulie, huilin I)ra. Ox tier & Reed
Betis, Mr. Elizzea Otten. Anna
I) runson, Wmn. Pelot, Washington
lBouknight, B. R. 2 Pilate, Edward
Cooper, J. W. Rao, Win.
Dischangs, Rt. Ituberts. Rt. S. 2
Fnir, John II. Rankins, Thomase 2
Gill, John 2 R ussell, WVm. L.
Glover, WViley Riddle, Siimeon
Galloway, Patrick R arden, Nancy
Gregory, Rt. Steven, Elija
liarrisun, John S. Temanus, llenry
Il olston, Wilson \Vhtkins, Georgo
liarris. Mliss C. A. Weatherengton, R.
llall, C. Mf. Whiatley, S. Sr.
Ilwardi, Mirs. 3. Wood, 1.. c.
Mlobley, John WVilliams, Rev.
.iinter, WV. S. WVilborn, Sarab
G. L. PlPNN, P. bl.
October 10, 18d19. 3t 3S
T. IE Estate of Ilneh liilbnrn, deceased,
be~l~ ing derclict, I .sha~ll proceed to saell at
the Residence of alrs. lli1bitrai, neair Mt. Leba
tion Chureh, two miles belon the Old Weclls,
on Saturday thme 27th iint. alhl the persoital
property of said deeused, consising~ of five
Likely N'egroca. o::o Ilorse and hlorse Cart,
stock of Guattle and Ilouts, Phantatin Tools,
hlouiselhd and Kitchlen Furniiture. Oin a ered
it of six months with noto and two nppro'ved
-Given-tinder tny handi at tmy Otlice, this the
Eth day of October, 1.19.
JlOhlN HILL, o.m:. n.
Oct. 10, 3t__________
T HE Estate of Thomas [lickson, decen,.
,ued beinm. derelict I ishalul procceed to .qell
at the Iate residence of~ s~idt de:co.nad, 0on Wed
nreslay te 2th inst. nll the tpersoal property
of satid deceased, ennlistinmg of oiie Dearburni
W~aggnnu, Set or Caurpuenters Tionts, onte Watch,
Iliunsehold and Kitcheni Furnituic, &c. Trms
Ca~ltOlN UIL L, o. rn.. n.
OctoberS, tf 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
TOLLED before me luy J. H1. Christian,
aliing at'Edlaefield C. II . onestray bny
horse with it mark of the saddlet Ott the rithit
side of his black, white snip otn his nose antd a
very dark star utfi is nose, aged about 10 years,
valued at $15.
Wet. .9 H. ATKINSON, Ml. E. D.
~ et.,14, 4tmn 38
STATE OF 50UTII CA ROLINA.
TOL LE D beforo me by Richard Berry. an
e.. stray sorrel imro mule, of ordiniary
height, light: made, marks of gear about het
shoulders; supposed to be 10 um 12 years of
uge and appraised at $50.
- J. QUATTLEBUMi, 51. E. D.
Oct. 8, 1849, 4tmn 38
N ~ otice.
A LL those irndebuted to the Estate of Hezo
kinh Strome; de'd., are heruby rcegnested
to make immiediate pamymnt. and those having
denmanads toprsenmt thom proper)y attested.
D.1F. & 8. C. STRtO~il ,
Augusti'A. ~ 4mtn2
fe BARRELS ecoice' Stone Lime, ih
P~ line order. For saile by
Ii. A. 'KENICK.
? GOOD' Second-hiand L'arriage, neany.
Li. new. . W. P. L'UTLElt.
Fall and Winter Goods,
TqlI C Snbser iber has just received, his Fall
$" and Winter Stock v1 Goods, consisting
of all kinds '.l
WORSTED GOOIjS BLACK. 3OMBA
ZIlNES. AI.P.\CAS ANt) FANCY
SILKS, for LADIES DRESSES.
A L.noM LOT oF PRINTS OF ALL Et'DS.
Fine Bonnts and Bonnet Ribbons,
Muslin Worked Collars,
" Sil and Woollen Shawls.
A SPLENDID LOT OF' NEGRO SHOES,
BLANKETS & KERSEYS.
Groceries, hardware. Crockery, Shoes, Sad.
dies, hats and Caps of all kinds.
which will he sold very low, and a libetal dis
count for Casl.
B. C. BRYAN.
September 2G dt 36
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
Whitfield B. Addison, and
Martha Ann Addison, Palilion.
Allen 11. Addison, & others j
JOTICE is hereby given, that by vir
Ee of the Decree of the Court of
Erpity in this case, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. II., on the first londay
in Novcmbcr next, the Iullowing real es
tate, belonging to the estate of Joseph Ad
Jison, deceased, viz
One Tract of Land. containing fevo hun
dred and twenty live (525) ncrrs, more or
less, on Horn's Creek, adjoining lands of
A. 1. Addison, Sr., Benj. ''illmnn, Wash..
ington Wise, Estate of Lake Ryan, and
Said Land will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, in equal instalments,
except for so much as will pay the cost of
this. s'iit, to be paid in cash. Purchasers
to give bond and good sureties to secure
the purchaso money.
S. S. ''O.' l'KINS. C. E. E. D.
Corm'rs. Ollice, Oct. 8, 1849.
October 10, 4t 38
STATE OF SOU'r!i CAROLINA.
Charles Smith, and wile,
* and others,
Jane W. Anderson.
N'OTICE is h2reby given that by vir-.
too of the Decree of the Court of
Equity in this case, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgcfield Court House on the frst
Monday in November next, he following
real estate, belongin: to the estate of John
Anders' n, deceased, viz:
One 'Trac of Land, containing two thou
sand one hundred and forty X2140) acres,
more or less, lying on Cuffeetown Creek,
and adjoining lands of Luke Devore, Get,.
C: Mlayson, Edmund B. Belcher, Leroy
H. Mundy, A. '. Traylor, Peter Quatile.
bum and James S. Harrison.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, equal instalments, ex.
cept for so much as will pay the cost of
this suit to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
give bond and good sureties tu secure. ihe
S. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 8, 1S49,
Octchier 10, 4t 38
State of South Carolina.
iN THEL CONMlllON PLEAS.
Joseph L. Talbert and wife,
anid others, IPartition.
alary Annt Qunrles.J
N OTICE is hereby given, that by vim.
tue of an Order from the Court of
E~quity in this case. 1 shall sell at Edgefield
Court H-ouse on the First Moniday in No
vember ne~xt, the following property be
longinug to the estate of 11ugh M1. Quarles,
'rho Mill Tract, containing fnur hundred
and thirty live nieress, more or less, sitoated
in the District and State aforesaid, on Hard
L-hior Creek. and adjoiniing lands of D~an
iel Rountree, Elisha Robertson, - Ga
ble and oithers.
Then ieo Tree Tract, containing two
hundred and forty neres, nmore or less, and
ndjoining lands of Wiley Timnmerman, Jo
siah Perrini, anud Elishia Robertson,.
The Lyon TIrnet, containing two hiun
drned acres, more or lese, adjouiiug latids of
Pleasant Morris, the above tract, described
as tho Mill Tract, and others.
Also, one Lot of Land at Liberty l11ll,
containing otne and one-half acres, more or
less, ndjoining lands of E. L. IHibbler,
Peter Quailebuum, and others.
Snitd Lands will be sold on a credit of one
and t wo years. except for so much as will
pay the cost of this suit, to) he puaid in cash.
P'urchauseru to give bonud anid appjroved
sureties, to securo the pturchnso money.
S. S. TO.\lIPK INS, C. E.JE. D.
Comm'rs. Ollice, Oct. 2, 1849.
October 3 , 3 7 3
State of South Carolina.
John WV. Garrett, andr others.)
N OT1ICE is hereby g'iven, that by vir,
ttte of ani Order from the Court of
Eqtuity ini this case, I shall sell at Edgefield
Court H-ouise. on the First Monday in No,
vember next, the following Real Estate,
The Traet of Land, known as the Kitng
Tract, containing otne hundred and thirty
two atid one-fourth acres, more or less,
nnid adjoininig lands of Thomas C. Garret t,
William King, anti the Tfrost Estute of
Margaret t Jones.
Said Latnd will he sold on a credit of
ino yea'r frqm the (lay of sale, except for
so much as w'ill the cost of partition of the
;aid land. Purchasers to give bond and
~ood sureties to secure the purchase tnotey.
5 ; 8. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comtm'rs. Ollice, Oct. 2. 1849.
October 3, 5t 37
RESII ENGLlhH DAIRY CHEESE,
I'just reccivedl at
DLAND & BUTLERl'S.
SOct.: t i' 37
EGRO KERSEYS, Shl~oend Blankets.
A supecrior naessortaient ait
JDLAND & D3UTLER'S.
n., tfe r 37
FOR THE PEOPLE.
W E have received andnow have open *
!arge and very guperior assortment of
Stuple and Fancey
DRY GOODS, 1HARDWARE,. GRO
OERIES, CROCKERY, SHOES,
H.\TS, CAPS, &c,
suited to Fall and Winter wants of the peoplp
All persons desirous of obtaiping teal g ad
Goods at. lair prices, are respectfully invited '
call at tiarsanii place where they can get every -1
thing they ivntitpnd inure too.
Thevariety is too exteosivo to enumerate or
particularize articles. "call and see," we wj1 ;"
show them with pleasnre and charge you noth
ing fur looking. - B
. ILA1QO & BUTLER.=;
N. B.-We still have nt hand a large lo
superior Bacon Sides, at 8 ceatscash.
Sept. 26 1849 tf -d.
Y virtue of sundry wrilsof Fieri Fq
cias, to me directed. I will proceeji
in sell at Edgefield Court Houue on the
first Monday and Tuesday following i
November next, the follong property, ihk
the fullowing case, viz; .
W. Brooks, Executor, vs. Fizaled:
Turner and Simeon Att:way. the tract
of laud belonging to the defendant Eliza.
beth Turner, containing sixty acres, (mord
or less, adjoining lands of Simeon Attaway
and others. -
C. W. Cha'ham, Bearer, vs John ! .
Moore and John R. Moore, the tract o'V
land where the defendant John M. .Moore
lives, adjoining Wim. Andrews, and others:
John Colgan vs W. U. Russell; Benj
Bettis vs W. G. Russell and W. F. Dun.
sue, the house and lot occupied at present
by C. L. Refo, containing two acres, more. -
or less, adjoining W. F. Durisoe, W. P:
Buler, and others. . . * . ,
George Parrott vs Elizabeth Carteija
tract of land containing one thousand acres,
more or less, adjoining John Wise, Lewis
Ellzey, and others. -
George A. McKie vs Elizabeth Spu4
Robert Samuel and Elbert MnrgaoL.t
Same vs. the Satne. the following negroes
belonging to the defendaut Elizabeth San
uel, viz: Austin, Aaron, Andi'ow 1elsoa
Terms of Sale, Cash.
S. CllRISTI E, s. D:.
October 10, 4t 38.'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Mary Mays and otlies Ap'1s. "
William Hill and wife Sarah, -
Nancy Bradaway widow of
Benjamin Broadaway, Dec'd. }
Aletha Mays. Jesse Mays,-and .
Abney Mays, children of a
Dec'd. Grandson (Abney C.
Mays.) Defendants. . :.
Y Virtue of an order from.iohn Hill,
Esq., Ordinary of Ediefield Die
trict, 1 will proceed to sell at ldgeield, C.
11., on the first Monday go'd iuesday fof
lowing in November gent, thO land. be
longing to the estate of Abney1Mays;
Deceased, situate in the State and District
aforesaid, containing two hundred and sev
entymfive acres more or . kss; will bie soltd
on a credit of twei~o inonths, purchaserld
giving harnd and .iwo approved securition'
and a mortgage of the premises to the Or
dinary, to secure the purchase monef
Cost to be paid in casht.
S. CHIRISTIE, s: 5 .
Oct. 2d, 1849, 5t37
Genuine Cod Lifet Oil.
J UST received, a snuppl 9f. .jhis valuable.'
article recently brougl't into sugh gxtese
sivo use by its astonishing ef cts in pulmonai
and other diseases. Itis report by one physis
cian,(LDr. Williams, of N. Y.).that of 234 esses.
of tuberculous disease of the lungs, treasted dura
tug. the last two and a half ye,ars, of vyh~ch h6
has preserved notes, only mujacteen derivypd nto
ia~rked benefit fromt teo noe. of thiii Oil. ii
our own community one person has already
beent, to all alpearances, material benefitted bf
this remedy. For Sale by
G, L. PENN, Agept.
Se pt 4,1849 tf 33...
Laniy Oil, Candlec; &c..
5004)GALLNS Lampi, a choic
200 Gallons Lansp'Oil, (surmer' strained./
200) " Train Oil. ..
15 Boxes Sperm Candles...
15 '-Adamnantine Candles.
10 4 Hall's Candles. .. a
For sale by H. A. KENRICKj
Hamtburg Sept. 5, 18-19, tr 39 .
From Tumbling Shoals' Mill1.
JUST receive Twenty-Two Bartels..t
fine Flour in Flat H-oop Barrels, from ii
above celebrated .Mills, aned ot- rale by, .
G. L. PENN. AGENr.
A ugitt5 tf.3
Notice. . .
ALL persons indebted to the Eqtate of Johd~
J1. . Mays, deceased, will snake. psiynigpg,
Antd those htaving ,demands wvill render' thetm
in properly attested. .
Sept. 19 ~ B8, 23
1500 L"S. Choice Georgia naddCds'.
40 Sacks Salt,.
10 BIs. New Floor, and .l-ots of B'etnn otr
hanad yet at~ - LAN D.&r BUTLER'S .
August 15 tf ... 3
ALIL persons indebted. to the estate of Sphnd
cer Boulware, deceased, will make' pay.
mnent, and those havirag demands againi' said
estate, will present~themn properly attested..
.etc~ i1. BOUL WA'RE, E'of'.
A L.L Persons indebted to theEstate of W.
L3L.Ritnsell, de.cbased'. are requested to
nake paynient,' and atll liersonis to whom saidt
~Estato is insdebted, are, regntested to render their
ccounts propterly att'ested to the stubscribor.
.1B. C. U A RD, AdmnY.
Graniteville, Oct. 1, 3t 37
IS HFERF.DY GIVEN,-that application'will
be omdei to. he- Legislatnre ut the'next Sase,*
inn fo)r thte incorporation of Butler Lodge, N1G.
7,10.0 . F.