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y Last Night's mail:
From the Columbia Telegraph, Oct. 22.
CHARLESTON, Oct. 21.-The operations
n Gotton on Saturday were corefined to
800 hales at 10 cts. The market is de
-SSR ,onRN FRANKLIN !
BALTIMORE. Oct. 21.-A Vessel just
arrived at New-London, (Ci.) from Davis'
Siraits. brings 'tidinas that the Indians re
port Sir-John Franklin as being in Prince
Regepts' Igler,: having been ice-bound
there fbur years. They represent him
mad hisparty-as being all well.
Joshua Hammond an old resident of this
District, was killed at his own house on
Saturday night last. A coroner's inquest
- vas held, and his son committed to jail to
stand his trial for the murder.-Columbia
Telegraph Oct. 23.
DESPATCU FROM GESntRAL Twtoos.
The official report of Ceneral Twiges,
published to day, was forwarded by Capt.
Fisher by express to Gov. Mosely, ac
companied by an interesting letter of even
date therewith from that gallant officer,
which we regret that we have not room to
publish.-Pla. Sentinel, 2 1 inst.
HEAD QUARTERS. Western Division,
Tampa Bay, Fla. Sept. 23. 1849.
Stt.-l have the honor to inform you that
on the 18th inst., I had en interview with
the Chiefs of the.Florida Indians at Char
" lotte's Harbor.;' Tbey disclaim for the na
tion all disposition-unfriendly to the whites
-say the recent outrages were unknown
to the nation-and were perpetrated by a
fe'v outlaws, who deserved punishment,
and who will he surendered to our justice
sometime in the course of the coning
Under these circumstances, I entertain
the hope that security and confidence will
soon be secured to the citizens.
I am, Sir, very resp't your obedient
serv't. D. E. TW1GGS.
Loss BT TU. OvEarow tN RED RIVER.
-The Alexandria (La.) Republican thus
- estimates the imtiense damage sustained
by the planters in the vicinity of Red Riv
er, caused by the overflow.
In that parish alone, if the crop of
cotton be estim;ted at 25,000 bales, and
of sugar at 10 0110 hogsheads, with the
usual quantity or molasses, the loss will be
$1,700,000; and should the injuries done
to the corn crop and property generally be
taken into consideration. i will run up to
'3,000.000. The Red River valley, in
stead of giving 130,000 bales of cotton,
will not yield this year more that 30,000.
Here is a los of $5,000,000.
-CUTTA PER nA SoLUTros.--Gutta
Percha readily dissolves in-a snluion of
chlornlorm without the aid of heat. The
solution thus fortr,ed makes a capital varn,
ish, for if it is brushed on any object, the
chlorofrom evaporates with great rapidity,
aund leaves a thin skin of the gutta percha,
which thus acts 'as a preservative against
the influence of air and water. It is there
fore excellent as a plaster or cuts. This
solution is excelletnt to preserve fruit in a
collectiotn of naturatl history. Ileretofore
wax has been used for this purpose, btut it
is not so good as 'his, for this solution
prevents the fruit frotm drying. This solu
tton is the best and most~ delicate varnish
for paintings and' drawings otn paper.
Teat Ltt soIhcnsT.-Pro. Hitchcock
in a letter to the Amherst Exprcss. from
Virginia, describuitng sonme of t he coal mines
in that State, relates the following inci
"A httnter, one autumnal evening eager
ly followitng in the chase. found himself
sliditng don n into an abatndoned coal pit;
but. seizinga upon the top of a bush as he
slipped down the craggy side, lhe hutng
dangling in the air over the black gutlf,
utid felt conscious, from his koowledge of
the' place, that ir he fell he would drop at
least two hundred feet and be dashed to
pieces on the rocks beneath. H e s'rug
Sgled in vain to regain a foothold. H e beard
the cry of his fellow hunters and of the
hounds as they b~ounded past. le shouted
with all his might, and the forest returned
his echo, but no voice of resctue came
with it. The witnds whistled around hint.
and the moon shtone uputn his face, but
they brought no relief. His strength ra
pidly failed; he thought in agony of his
family and-frietnd., btut he must (lie an aw
S ful death, and even hi. mangled body tnev
er be discovered. His mtind becotmebe
wildered, his mtusles gave out, and down
he went-down-down-swifter Dnd swif
ter. nor struckt the bottom til he hatd reach
ed the enormous depth of--six inchtes."
iMR. CAun's EXPECTED WOaR.
The N. Y. Courier, announces that a work
by Mr. Calhoun. "On the elementary
principles of Government. and the Cotn
stitUtion of the Uniited States will bte ptub
lished at an early day bty the Messrs. H ar
per. It had beetn known perhaps to most
of our readers that Mr. Calhoun was etn
gaged on a work of that kind, and it will
be looked for with much anxiety and in
terest. We have heard also that M4r. Web
ster is preparing for publication a wrk on
SLAVES iN DI-FFERENT GoDN'Tlfs.
TEhe following is said to he a correct estiw
mateo the slaves- in the folfowing coun
tries,' to iwit:
United States, 3,095.000
South American Republics .140,000
Spanish Colonies, 900.000
')utch Colonies, 85.000
~'rican Settlements, .20,000
* Tobnumber of. slaves, 7-0
R URAL - FE.-Ini the retirement of ru.
ial life, far am the glare and corruption
-of rank, Cash -n and-wealth, is ttursed'tand
'cherished, the irtue and independence,
-which prevents se downfall or human in
Stitotions. In the.curity of the cottagie
is often found the cittage that defends the
nation's independenesod-a large propor
tioa of the, industry .hat , maintains- all
Youatt's Cndition Powders,
FOR THE BADICAL CURE OF .
HEAVES, BROKEN-WIND, COUGHS,
And all those diseases which afiect the
mucas meinbram of the Lungs, Wind Pipe,
Throat and Head of the Horse, also to expel
Botts and Worms, lonsen the Hide, improve
the appetite, and keep the animal in good col
Sold by HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.
Augusta; HAVILAND. HARRAL & CO.
Charleston, wholesale Druggists-also sold in
Edgefield by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Price 50 cents a package.
Oct 10 2m 38
Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster.
Of this celebrated Plaster, it is only necessa'
ry to say, no remedy has heretofore been dis
covered to equal it in curing inveterate ulcers
and all sores, either freshl or long standing, for
pains in the back, breast, side, or limbs, occa,
sinned by cold, gout, rheumatism, &c. It is an
ef'ectual cure for corns on the feet, when ap
plied a sufficient time.
The genuine is sold by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Edgefield, C. H. Oct. 10. 1849, 1m 38
Butler Lod re .Wo. 17.
J* Regnlar meeting of this Lodge will
he held on Monday evenm next at 7
o'clock, F. H. WARDLA V, Sec.
October 24 It 40
J Plantation for Sale.
HE Subscriber is still disposed to sell the
place where he lives, on the Ridge.
Those who would wish to purchae may ex
pect a great hargnin by applying soon, as he is
desirous of closing his business, if he sells at
all, before the last of the year.
Oct. 23, 1$49. 3t 40
But Positively selling Off
T HE Subscrihezs wishing to evade their
present business, offer their entire
STOCK, at COST PRICES, in order to bring
their business to a speedy close.
R. CAUSSE & Co.
October 24, tf 40
E xccutor's Sale.
BY an Order from John Hill, Esq.. Ordi
nnry of Edgefield District, I will proceed
to sell at the late residence of Spencer Boul
ware, dec'd.. on WEDNESDAY the tweny
first day of November next, all the personal
property of the said deceased, consisting of
SEVEN LIKELY NEGR')ES,
Horses. Cattle, Flogs, Corn, Fodder and Cot
ton, and .other articles too tedious to mention,
on a credit of Twelve Months. All sums tinder
five dollars will he p:id in'cash.
Octobet 18, Executor.
O N die game day. I will sell the tract of
Laud, where the Deceased lived at the
time of his death, on Big Creek, containing
three hundred and eightytzeven acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of Allen Dozier, Richard
Coleon, Gilson Yarbornugh and others.
Sail Lanid will be sold on a eredit of twelve
mnh H. BOULWA RE, Ex'or.
October 1S. 4t .- 40
A LL Persons are forewarned from trespas
iing on my Lunds, either by cntiting off
Shingle, Board or Fire wood Trees, or hiatiing
Lightwood, na I am determinted to et force the
law to its fullest extent, against atny one found
tresspanaing otn my Laud.
B. L. MURRELL.
October 23 , It 40
V HIE pub'lic are htereby cautioned from tra
Iding for a Note of hand given by Johna
Briggs to Washiniiton Dale. Said Note was
drawn about ilie middle of June, 1849. fur
Thirty IDolbirs and diue thiree days after date.
The paymem or said Note lhas bieui paid in the
drawer and the drawer will not pay it the
October24, 3t 4t0
I s Hereby gtyen,. that application will be
made toi the next Legislature fhr ithe grant
of a new Road, cotimneicintg at or near thte old
Steami Mill. fotmierly owneud by Henry Wil
hiams on the Martintowin Road.nand interseciing
the Loogcane Road, at or near Major~ Jlhn
Tompkin's Mill, on Little Stevens Creek and
Jnly 18 1849 ,3m 26
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will
I.be made t.o ihe Legislature at the next Ses
sion for the iticorporation of Butler Lodge, No.
17,1I. 0. 0. F.
August 8, tf 29
WEhatve this dny associated with us. Mr..
JE.BUCKMASTlEtt, in the trans
action of the General Comnmission and Factor
uage Business, which wvill hieretiler lhe cond ucted
uder the name and style of JEFFERS, COTH*
RAS & Co.
JEFFERS & COTHRAN.
H amburg, Sept. It0, 1849, tf 34
A Lthose itndiebted to the Estate of Heze
kiala Stromue; dec'd., are hereby regnested
to make iimmnediate paiyiment. and those having
demands to pi esent item properly attested.
B. F. & S. C. STROME,
-August 1. 4m 26
*)dhBARRELS choice Stone Lime, in
fine order. For sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
AGOOD~ Second-hand Carriage, nearly
new. . .P. BUTLER.
Oct. 3r. -i 37
JUST received a choice Lot of Lard, for
JFamily use, and for sale by -
?LAND & BUTLER.
RESH ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE,
Jj ust received at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Oct.3; tf 37
EGRO KERSEYS, Shoes anda Blainkets.
A soperior asssortmeat at
BLAND & BUTLEat'8.
net.3 !t 37
SELLING OFF AT COST
T HE Subscriber having determined
- to close his lusiness otTrs his entire
stock of goods at COST FOR CASH.
There is a large Stock of seasonable
Gonds on hand, many of them bought this
Fall at the lowest figure.
Persons desirous of availing themselves.
of this opportunity to buy CHEAP for
CASH, will do well to call early..
S. F. GOODE.
October 2e, 1849.
A LL Persons indebted to the Subscri
1.t her, or Goode & Sullivan, previous
to the first of January last, are earnestly
requested to call and settle with~out delay..
S. F. 0..
Oct. 24, lOt 40.
New Fall & Winter Goods.
H HE Subscribers have received and opened
their Fall Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE
HATS AND CAPS, NEGRO SHOES,
All of which will be sold as low as they can
be bought in the market.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
20,000lbs Spaitanburg Iron,
20,000lbs. " Nails,
80 Sacks of Salt, -
4,000lbs. Choice Bacon Sides.
W. & C.
October 17, St 39
AT THE CHEAP NEW YORK
C .!S II S T O RE ,
Pun STaAtttn NoRTHFNER.
T TIE Subscriber having just returned from
the Notth, takes this method of inform
ing his friends, customers and the public gen
erally. that he has received part of his well se,
lected Stock of DRY GOODS; which lie wi~l
sell cheaper than the cheeared. All you have to
lo, is to call und see, he charges nothing fur
looking. J. COHN.
Oct. 17, tif 39
To Physicians, Druggists
AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
Dr. J. N. Keeler and Bro. most respectfully
solicits attention to their fresh stock of English,
French, German and American Drugs. 1l edi.
cines. Chemic.als. Paits, Oils Dye Stuffs,
Glass Ware, Perfumery. Patent Medicines. &c.
Having opened a new store, No. 294 Market
St. with a full supply of Fresh Drugs and Med
icines. we respectfully solicit country dealers
to examine our stock before purchasing else.
where, promising one and alt who may feel dis
posed to extend to us their pntronage, to sell
them genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as lib
eral terms as any other house in the City, and
to faiihfully execute all orders entrusted to us
promptly and with dispatch.
One of the proprietors being a regular phy
sician, nfihrds ample guarantee of the genune
quality uofall articles sold at their establishment.
Ve especially invite druggists and country
merchants, who may wish to become agents
fur Dr. Eeeler's Celebrated Family Medicines,
(stai.drd and. popular remedies,) to forward
Soliciting the patronnge of dealers, we re.
mauin. J. N. KP.EL ER & 011.0.,
Whuolesnn Druggists, No.294 arket street,
Septemnber 19, 1849. Jy 35
T HIE Subscriber intending to relinquish
the piractico of Medicine at the expira
tioni of the year, returns his nnfeigned thanuks
for thu liberal p~atroniage extended to him. being
anxious ton adtjinst his accounts, resp,-ctfunlly. re
quest those indebted to make~ paymenit by Cash
or Note, prior to that data. ilis services as a
co.nsnhtinig physician, can be obltained on all ac
casiuns, unless when professionially enigaged.
WM. D. JENNINGS, M. D.
Oct. 10, 1849. tf 38
DRU. TI. M. TOMPKINS, respectfully of
fers his professionnal services after the ex
piriation of the year, in the practice of Medi
cimne. Snrgery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizenis
of Dark Corner a-nd its vicinity. Office at Dr.
WV. D. Jennuiings.
Oct. It). 1849. - tf 39
.Pid~les, Preserves, A'c.
1O Dpozen Underwood's Pick les, Half
Gallons, Quarts and Pintis.
30 Donzen Underwood's Mustiurd in Bottles
5 Dozeni Underwood's Tomato Ketchup,
Canton Ginger, Pteserved Piiie Aptpler.
Limes, Strawberry Jamt, Itnspburry Jamt, Red
Cuarrant Jelly, Cituan, Prines, Cinnamon,
Pickled Lobsters, Fresh Snlmon and Luibsters
in Cans, Capers. Essence Cinnamon, Lemon,
Pepperint. Ginger, Syrup. Lemon-Syrup,
SaladI tUi, &c. &c., .For sale by
HI. A. KENRICK.
H amhnrg. Oct. 16. 1849, tf 39
GREAT BARGAINS IN
BOOTS & SROES
OF EVERY DESCtIPTION.
L A DIES Kid anid Morocco Shippers, Ties,
Buskins and Walking Shoes of saperior
qualmity, Childrens, Misses and Boys Shoes and
Boots. Thick heavy substantial Negro Shoes,
all of which is warranted not to rip, and will be
sold extraordinary cheap for C'ash, at
Oct. 17,1849, tif 39
WILL csase here in some four weeks, for
SV the purpose of going to Hamburg.
Those wishing their Feathers Renovated, will
please sand their beds in as early as possible,
in all probability it will be the last chance that
may be offered to the citizens of the village and
.W. H. SPECK.
Sept.12, 1849, if. 34
T H Suscrberhaving purchased of Mr.
S.F oude, his residence in the Village,
ha,, removed to the same.
E. F. TEAGUE,- M. D.
Se pt. 12, 1849, tf 34
I S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made at the nert setting of the Legisla
titre for a New Road leading nut from the-Mar
im Town Road itn this District, at or ner Sam
ael Stevens, and intersecting~ the Long Cane
Road, at or near Gibson Collins.
Aguif . 28
I S HEREBY GIVEN, that applieation will
-be made to the Legislature of South Caroli.
na, at its next-Session, to incorporate a Corn
pany for the purpose of making a Plank Road
from Edgefield to Hamburg.
Augusat 2 2,3 , 31
WE have received and now have open a
large and very superior assortment of
DRY GOiS, H ARDWARE, GRO
CERIES, CROCKERY, SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
suited to Fall and Winter wants of the people.
All persons -desirousof obtaining Yeal good
Goods at fair prices, are respectfully invited to
cill at that same place where they can get every
thing they-want, and more to.
The variety is too extensive to ennmerate or
particularize articles, "call and see," we will
show tliem witlhpleasure and charge you noth
ing ror looking. - BLAND & BUTLER.
N B We still have on hand a large lot of
superior Bacon Sides, at 8 cents cash.
B. & B.
Sept. 261849 tf 36
Fall aid Winter Goods,
TIHE Subscriber has just received, his Fall
and Winter Stock of Goods, consisting
. . .of all kinds ..f
WORSTED -GOODS. BLACK BOMBA
- ZiNES. ALPACCAS AND FANCY
SILKS, for LADIES DRESSES.
A LARG LO. of PRINTS of Ar.t. stus.
Fine Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
.:4Mnslin Workd Collais,
" Silk and Woollen Shawls. -
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEGRO SHOES,
BLANKETS & KERSEYS.
Groceriesrlfordware.~Crockery, Shoes, Sad.
dIes,Rits and Cols of all kinds.
which will be sold very ltow, and a liberal dis.
. 3. C. BRYAN.
September26 St 36
Land & Negroes for sale.
I 1HE Subscriber desirons of quiting the
farming business, will 'ffer for sale at
public ofttcry, to the highest binder, on Wed
nesday the 5th of December next, his valuablo
plantation iituate.about 7 miles from Edgefield
C. H. on the Newberry Road.
The Tiact contains 500 acres, more or less.
being a partrof the plantation formerly owned.
by Mnj. J.S. Jeter, deceased. On the premi
ses are a:cmfortable dweling, suitable for a
small family and several out buildings. 200
acres of aid tract is well timbered.
Also eleven likely young Negroes, consisting
of men, women and children. Also the pre
sent yeats 'Crop, consisting of Corn. Fodder
and Oats, Hutses and Cattle, and Plantation
T1ERMs-The'Iind will be sold on a credit of
one and two years: Note and approved secnri
ties, with~ interest from date. The Negroes,
Crop, and Stock, one-third cash, the balance
12 months credit by Note and approved secu
N. J. BLACK.
Oct.13,18.19, 7t 39
Log Creek Lands For Sale.
T HE~Subscriber olers for sale his valna.
ble'tract of land, situated ot Log Creek,
about seven miles north of Edgefield C. House,
containing five .hundred (500) acres, more or
less. adjoning lands of Mrs Nancey Blocker,
A 'T. Hodges, John Blurns and others, one half
of whicn'is woodland well timbered. On the
premises -are a good Dwelling and Negro
h" uses, Gin house, Blacksmi'th Shop, and all
necessary-out buildings. The land is well
adapted togrowing Corn, Cotton and Small
Grain.. 'Ohlract is well watered.
Also the growmng crope of Corn arid Fodder
and feir Miles, one Wagon and sundry arti
des too tedious to mention.
The hind, it not1 disposed of at private sale,
will be s-ld at Edgerield Conrt H ouse, to the
hirghiest hidder, on theo first M lnday in Decmi
her nlext. Terms made known on the flay of
sal.. D. W EL LS.
Sept 4, 1849 .if 33
Be Ware. -
A NY ineformation of the wherenbolite of
onea PEAR L, who passed a spurious S20
Bill on me for good mneiy, on the night of the
19th February last, will be thankfeilly received.
Said Pearl por ports to he a tradler on Jngs. Jnrs,
&c.. and had with him two indifferant Wagrons,
uad loads of these articles-the teams driven
hy two lads. - lHe said lie got bia3 wares rm
the Factories in Edgefield Di strict, S. C., and
was in the Summer near Kirkseys >y Roads,
Edgelield. Heois about middle age, dlark skin,
heavy beard, round shouldered and very pro
fane. Hie is guilty of other crimes in Georgia.
foer wvhich lie shonld he broighit to juistice. Ed
iors would serve the public by inserting the
labove a few times.
Raytown, Taliaforro Co. Ga.Oct 11, 1849.
Oct 17 2t :39
I T leordere'd that an Extra Court of Comn
tmem Pleassfor the District of Edgefield be
holden, to begin on the secoind M onday in Janu
ary, eighteen hundred and fifty, and to continne
for tw o weeks, to dispose of the unfinished bu
sintess of this Team.
-It is fnrthier ordered, that a writ of venire d'o
issue to summon Petit and Common Pleas Ju
rors fur the said Extra Gonrt.
Ordered that one public notice be given here'.
of by the Clerk through the Newspaper pub
lished at Edgefield Court Honse.
*T. J. WITH ERR.
Oct. 12, 1849, if 39;
Genuine Cod Liver Oil.
TUST received, a snpply of this valuablie
atcerecently brotngl't into such exteny
sive use by its astontishting effects in pulmonar
and other diseast-s. It is report by one physi
ean, (Dr. Williams, of N. Y.) that of23'4 cases
of tuberculona disease of the lungs, treated dur
tg the last two, and a h.,lf years. of which-hie
has preserved notes, only nineteen derived no
tnarked benefit from the use of this Oil, r'n
nuir own community- one person lies already
bean, to all appearances, material benefitted by
this remuedy. For Sale by
* G, L.PENN, Agnt.
Sept4, 1849 tf 3
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Spen
.er.BoulWare, deceased, will make pay.
meat, and those haeuing. demands against said
state, will present tbemn properly attested.
H. BOULWA-RE, Ex'or.
Septe mber26 .36
STATE OF SOUTHI CA ROLINA.
TU OL LED before rue by Riohard Berry. an
.estray sorrel mare mule, of ordinary
seight, light made, marks- of gear about hei
ilouldersi supposed to be 10' or 12- years of
ige and appraised at $50~
Oc. 8, ATLEBUIf, M. E. D.
- L Persons indebted to the Estate of W.
L. Russell, deceahed, are requested to
wake papeit.1 and-all persons to whom- maid
~stato is indebted, are reqnested to render their
ecounts properly attested to the subscriber.I
H. C. JIMRD; Adm'r.
.-Granitevile, Oct 1, 3i 37
Hamburg I.0 0, F. Academy.
cw -Arr angeBnntSC
TP HE Exercise;.of:thliestittiono %ai re.
sumedot Modday;th6 -24t.Se dit.L,
under the directind of Mr.D l11 F..GRIF
FIN.' Tpition per quartr-for bdiig;.Wri- J
ting, English Gramiimar, Gogra mAihwa
tic and History (aricietit and rd i '5 50 1
With Or withoutany if the prgted -
ing studies: tie; higher Epgliih
branches, viz: Algebra;Geome . c
try, Trigonomeiry. Surveying,
Chemistry; Natural Philosuphyj
&c. &c., and the ancient Ldmtu
guges . -8 00 I
Music, . .... . $10 00I
Use of Piano, . . . $2 001
Terms-Payment quarterly, in advance,
Each quarter to contain eleven weeks.
The 'rnstees take pleasure in being able to
announce that they have secued the valuable'
services of Mrs. URIFF[N, who will give her
personal attention to the female depurtment.
Parents and guardians, desirous of sending I
children as paying or beneficinry scholars, will l
make appliarion to the trustees.
J. H. ANDEItSON,
J. W. WALKER,
II. A. KENiRICK, ?
S. T. BRITI'ON.
W. W. SALE. .
Hamburg. Oct. 17, 1849. 41 39
S H E R1FF'S SALE.
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgeleld Court House, on the
fi:'t Monday aid Tuesday following in
November next, the following properly,
in the following cases, viz.:r
Thos. W. lease, Assignee. vs. II. A.
Latimer, one Mahogany Table and one
line wash stand.
Manchester Padgeti vs. Wilbert Cumbo,
four negroes. viz: Louiza and three chil.
dren. Drew, Ben and -.
S. CHRISTIE, s. F.
October 15, 3t 39
SHE RiFF'S SALE.
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
cias, to me directed. 1 will proceed I
to sell at Edgelield Court House, on the t
Girat. Monday aid Tuesday following in
November next, the following property, in
the following case, viz:
W. Brooks, Executor, vs. Elizabeth
Turner and Simeon Attrway. the tract
of land belonging to the defendant Eliza
beth Turner, containing sixty acres, .more
or less, adjoining lands of Sineon Attaway
C. W. Chatham. Bearer, vs John M.
Moore and Jobe R. Moore, the tract of
land whore the defendant John M. Moore J
lives, adjoining Wm. Andrews, and others.
John Colgan vs W. G. Russell ; Benj.
Bettis vs V G. Russell and W. F. Duri. I
sue, the house and lot occupied at presedi a
by C. L. Refo, containing two acres,.'more 3
or less, adjining W. F. Durisoe, W; P. r
Butler, and others. '
George Parroit vs Elizabeth Carter, a
tract of land containing one thousand acres s
more or less, adjoining John Wise, Lewis I
ElIzey, and others.
George A. McKie vs Elizabeth Samuel, (
Robert Samuel and' Elbert Morgan ; the I
Same vs. the Same, the following negroes
belonginig t tthe defendat Elizabeth 8am
uel, viz: Austin, A aron, Andrew,' Nelson .n
and Henry. -'
Terms of Sale, Cash.
S. CH RISTIE, s. L.n. 1
Octobet 10, 4r 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Mary Mays and othes, Ap'Ls. )~
William Hill and wife Sarah,}
Nancy Broodaway widow of [
Benjamin Broa~faway, Dec'd. k
Aleiha Mays. Jesse Mays, and |.
Ahney Maya. chilidren of a
Dree'd. Grandson (Abney C.
Y Virtue of an order fromt John HI-, I
NJEsqj., Ordinary of Edlgelield Dis.. (.
tet, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield, C. v
HI., on the first Monday antd Tuesday fol- li
lowiug in November next, thge landrs be- d
longing to the estate of Abney Mays,
Deceased, situate id the S~tate and Disriet a
a foresaid, contai-ning two hundred andtgy- i
enty-frive acr'es more or less, will be sold I
on a credit of twelve mor.ths. purchasers it
giving bond and t wo approv.'d securities. b
and- a mortgage of the premises to the Or
dinary, to secure the purchase money h
Cost to be paid in cash. . .. -a
S. CH RISTIE, S. E. a. s
O'et.2.1, 1849, 5t 37
STIATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. I
EDGF.FIELD DISTRICT. - a
BY JOHN H LL, Esq., Ordinary of
Whra .G.Rbrsn bath applied
to me for Leueris of A dministration. ona
all-and singulartbe goods and chattels,
rights and credits of Lewis Robertson, latEy
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish al.l and singular, the kindred anid cred
itors of the said'd'eceased, to'he and appear
hefore me, at our next Ordinary's Couirt
for thi said Distrier, to lie holden at Edge
fieldiCourt House, on the 29th day of.
October Ins, to show cause. if shy
why the said administration should'uot be
Given und'er my hand m-nd senl, this ths
11th day at- O'ctober in the year of- our j
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-n[ne, and'in the 74th year of Emer
JOHN HILL,o-z D. C
October 17? 2t .- 2
T .H lE Estate ot Hugh Hilburn, deceased,
.1. eing der-eliet, I shall proceed to sell at
the Residence of Mrs. Hilburtnear Mt. Lebas
non Church, two; milp heldw- theg(~d Wells, a
on Satiurday the 27th inat; all the' perisonal '
property of'said deceased, consisting- of five M
Likely Negroeil, one Horse and Horse Cart,
stock of Cattle en~d. Hogs, Plaritution Tools, or
H ousehold and Kitchen Fui-niture. On a cred-' se
itof slix months wiith note and two approved sa
Given iunder'mny band at my Office, this-the 8
Sth day of October, 1849;
JOHN. HILsL; ox . 5.
Oc., 3<t 28
List of Letters -
D EMAINING in the- Post Ofice at '
EdgefieldC. H., 30th Sept. 1849.
3rown Esq.. J. S. McCarthey'
3aley, William MotnisrBetsey
iuche,-Aler. A. McBee, Mrs. P.=
3odie, Nathan Urs. Oxner & Reed
euis, Mrs. Eliszsee Owen, Anna
3runson, -Wan. Pelot. Washingto.
3oukuight,13. R.2 Pilato, Edwaard
ooper, J. W- Rtmho; Wti. -
)techangs, Re Roberts, R. S. 2
air. John H. kaukins, Thomas 2 -
;ill, John 2 Russell, Wm. L. -
stover, .Wiley Riddle, Simeoi -
ialloway, Patrick Barden, Nancy
regory, R. Steven, Eljm
-Iarrisun, John S. Tetnanus; Henry
1olstonm Wilsonu, Watkins; George
-latris. Miss C. A. Weatherengton, RI:
-Jall, C. M. Whatley.: S. Sr.
loward, dirs. J. Wood, F. U.
tolbley. John Williams, Rev.
cinter, W. S. Willbon. Sa10a.
, r, . L. -PEliN,1'. Mi.
October 10.1849. 3t .33
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Whitfield B. Addisnn. and
Martha Anu Addisun; ,.
Mllen 8. Addison. & others) --
NOTI.CE is hereby given, that bly 4i-.
tue of the Decree of the Court of"
qrmnity in this .cas e, I shall -proceed to OielI -
t ldgefield C. H., on the first Monday
n November next, the following real. es
ate, belonging to the estate of JosepiAd
ison,. deceased. viz:
One Tract of Land. containing five hun
red and twenty five (525) acrr-s, more o -
?ss, on Horn's Creek. adjoining lands of
1. B. Addison.. Sr., .enj. Tillnman, Wasd
iglon Wise, Estate of Lake Ityati, drid
Said Land will be sold on a credit of
ne and two years, in equal inatalmnents - -
xcept for so much as will pay the cost of
his suit, to be paid in casih.- Purhaserd
u give bond and good suretie* to securd.
he purchase money.. .
S. S. 'OMPKINS, i. E. E.-. -
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 8. 1849. ' -
October 10, 4t " 3S -
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
harles Smith, and wife;
ane W: Anderson.
OTICE is hereby given that by ir
L ue of the Decree of the Cou-t of
;qiuity in this case, I shall proceed to sell
t. dgefield Co~irt house on the frst
londay id Naveniet next; the following.
eafIsiate, belon ing to the estate of Juart
mndersnon, deceased, viz:
One Tract of Land, containing.t i'thlio'u
mnd one hundred and . forty (2140) atts,
iore or less, lying on , Cufeetown Creek,
nd adjoining lands of LukeDevore,Geo..
iMayson, Edtmund ,1. .elcher, Leroy.
1. Munidy,-A. T'. Traylor,-oie i te
um and James S. Harbison. "
Said Lands will be sold on a credif o
ne and t wo yeard, eqnar inst almeot, et.
ept for so much as will pay .ihe cost of
'iis suit to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
ive bond and gqod sureties to secure the
-S. S. TOMPKINS. e. E. E. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 8, 1849'. - .
Oictober 10, - -4t 38.
State of South Caroliria.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
oseph L. Talbert and wife,
and others,- . Parltioji.
Mary Ann Quarles:
NOTICE is hereby ,ieeatby vir
tue of an Order from the Court of
:quity in this case.]I shall sell at Edgefield
ourt H-ousie on the First Monday in' No
ember next, the following property b'e-.
ming2 to th6 estate of Hugh .MW. Quarer,
The M ill Tradt, coriaining four hundred
nd thbirty five acress, move or less,.sirwagred'
the District and State-aforess'id, on i~1urd
ahor Creek. and adjoining lands' of Da'pl
I1 efou'ntree, Elisha Robeit'son, Ga
The 8ee Tree Thacr, cent'ainin~g 'ud'
tundred and forty acres, more-or. less,-and
rjoining lands of Wiley Timrnerman,-yo-.
ah Perrin, and Elisha Robertuooon-,
The Lyon Tract,- dontaining- two' hinn- .'
red adres, moreor less, adjning Jands'or
leasant Marris, thi above tract, described
the Mill Tract, and other.
Also. one Lot of Land at Libert'y Hill,
mnrainintg one and one-barf acris,'mdre or
~s. Adjoining lanuds of E'. L.. Hibbler, .
'eter Qutaidlhut, anti others'.
Said Lands will be sol'd'on a dditof'one
td two years, ercept .for so'much'as will
my the eost of this suit, to be poid in cash.
urchasers- to give bond and approved
areuies, to secure the' purchtase money.
S. S. TOMPKINS,, . . E. D.
Cnmm'rs. Ollice, Okt. 2', 18'49.
October'3; - 51 37
State of Souti Carolina.
Thomas G arrett,
)fir WN. Garrett, and others.
OTICE is'htereby given, that by-vire
tue of an'Order from the' Cogrr.of~
quity in this case. I aballisell at Edgefiel4
ourt House. ott the' First Monday in No-- -
smbier next, the following. Real Etate,
The Trnet of Land. known-as the King.
raet, containing one hundred and thir ty-y- .
ro and one-fourth acres, more' or less,.
td adjoining lands of Thomas C. Garrett,.
lilliam King, and' the- Trust Estate of
argarett.Jbnes: . --
Said Land will be sold'on a credit ol'
te year from rte day of sale, except for
much'a. will the cost of partition of the
id lend. Purchasers' to give bond and
oed-saretiem to secure the purchase money..
.5. S. TOMPKINS. C. E:. E. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 2. 1849.