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JRy Last Nigh's Hall.
From the Telegiaph, 6th inst.
ARRIVAL OF TH.E EUROPA*
The fullowing'additional telegraphic
despatch of the Steamship Hibbrnia'a ad
vices was received at^; late houte last
Russti ANn TuaxEr.-It is now the
geperal impression among those best in
formed, that Russia will noi declare War
against Turkey on account -ot-he'r refusal
to deliver up the Hongarian refugebs, who
still remain at Widdin.
Bem, Dembinski, and several others,
embraced Islamisai, and joined the army
of the Sultan.
FRANCF.-M. Tieirs has made a speech
in 4he French Assembly, on the state of
Roman affairs. which is represented to
haye been decidedly Conservative.
LiVERPoOL. Oct. 20.-Cotton on Mon
day attained I a 4d. over the rates current
'it the time of the sailing of the Europa.
The.market on Tuesday was very firm,
whi-h caused increased conidence in this
city, when another took place, and tran
sactions in American descriptions were
made*at id. advance over the preiious
The sales of the week 191.209 baies;
of-which Speculators took 65.620 :ales;
Exporteri 1,170; and Sptnners 64.900
Stock now 6b han.d is 437,000 bales,
against 530,006 bales-at the same time last
The following are the Committee's of
Fair Upland 61 a 6id.
Mobile 61 a 6td.
There has been no change of conse
'quence.in the prices of Whei, Corn and
Flour; and quotations remai about the
same as per the last steamern
The news is not definite.
ADVANCE IN COTTON.
BALTIMoRE, Nov. 5.
tht Fribernia arrived at New-York at
TWo o'clock'this afternoon.
According to her advicei, Cotton ad
nafced duiing the two weeks ending the
19th fully QNE.tENNY.
The sales in the same time reached
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND EALES-cl0
lng at the 4uotations already given-the
iargest sales ever before kuown.
HAMBURG. Oct. 31.
Coiton.-On Monday mrrning our Cot
ton market opened rather dull, and con
tinued so duiing the day. Some few bales
were sold at our last quotations. To-day
operatious have been large. and the sales
root up about 1,000 bales. - We now quote:
Ordinary to Middling 94 a 91; Good Mid
- dling Fair 10 a 10;' Fair to Good Fair
l0 a 10 crtr.
The Cotton market is at a siqud to-day,
all. parties holding'off and waiting fuher
paiikular. by the iteamer. 'The sales
wre confined to 200 bales. .
The cottoh market was quiet to-day.
The sales were limited, as both buyers and
sellers were awaiting the steamer's news
ere they operated to any extent. Thc few
lots sold werb of the better descriptions.
WVe heard of ~the sale of two choice lots as
high as 11 cents. The demand fur the
lower grades is very moderate and holders
And diffculty in making sales unless at
greatly reduced prices from what they have
*THE BO'r'TLE TarCIC PERFORMED BE
YORE TUE QUEji:N-On Monday (Priace
Albert's birthday,) during the festivIties at
Balmoral, the Wizard of the North (Pro.
lessor Andersmn) was present, and wvas
asked if he would porform the feat they
had heard so much of his having done
successfully-" The Inexhaustible Bottle."
On receiving the Royal command to per
, frm it, he called for a champagne bottle,
and handed a large number of glasses
round, and asked Lord Portman what he
would dritk. His Lordship replied "Whis
kcy." Whisky wvas poured out. Mr. Ait
eon preferred brandy, which he got. Seve
ral demanded wine, which passed freely;
and one of the proprietors of the Royal
- Distillerey, Mr. liegg, thinking to baffle
the Professor, asked him if he could give
him a glass of his best Lochnagat whisky.
No sooner said than done; antd Lochna
gar'whisky became ia great detmand. A
large number of additional glasses were
distribute:l, and some ealled for irish whis
ky; nmbers brandy--(he Highlanders pa
~ tronisud Mr. Begg; when Lord J. Russell,
perhaps like Mr. Begg, wishing to try the
Wizard's skill, asked for a m,Iass of runm,
which was immediately supplied, and his
Lordship pronounced it exe.ellent. The
London portion of the domestics and
Police called for gin, which was freely
* poured out of this extraordinary bottle;
and hs: Wizard waes returning to his state,
when his Royal Highness, anxious to test
-she bottle-presuming, as he was return
nog,'hat it was exhausted-asked if more
coulId be poured out. Glasses were brough t
- :for her Majesty and Prince Albert, and, on
being asked what they preferred, request
ed:B3egg's best Lochnagar, which immiedi
stely ran forth, and her Majesty and the
Prince tasting it, acknowledged its purity ;
and the Wizard gave the bottle to the
Prince, and asked him to look if it wvas
emipty ; it was. Mr. Anderson brought
some water, and-, in- the Prince's hand,
,filled,.it, .ordered glasses, atnd asked the
Prince what wine he preferred. Port was
'selected. -The Prince -poured port, and
* then sherry, then. mil&, then: ehampagne,
then broke the bottle,. and in it ' was dis
covered a beautiful turtle dove.--Coventry
-Herald & Courier.
- DELEGATEs TO NUE MEstHs Cote-.
L. ENTION.-We perceive' from the pub
Slished proceedings of the Memphis Con
:ention that Messrs. J. F. G. Mittag, R.
F. W. Allston, D. P. Jatnison, J. A.
* Woodward, S. Cordes, C. A. Price. are
in attendanco as delegates from this State:
.,- [rlesnto.n tercury
A BR-BE WELL WEIGHED,-A poor
man in Turkey cidimed a Rouse which a
rich tfi' ha'd uiurped, he held his deeds
and documenis to prove his right. but his
more poiserfirl opp6tient had provided a
number of witnesses to invalidate them;
and to support their evidence more eflect.
ually. he presented the Caid a bag cou
taiug'five hundred ducats.
When the cause come to be heard, the
poor man told hisstory and produced his
writings, but wanted.the nost essential and
only valid proof. witnesses. The other,
provided with witnesses, laid his whole
stress on them, and on his adversary's
defeat in taw, who con1d produce none, he
therefore urged the Cadi to give sentance
in his favor.
After the moit pressing solicitations the
judge calml'y dre-v from under his seat,
.the bag of five hundred ducats, which the
rich man had giveu him as a bribe, say
ing to him very gravely, "You have been
much mistaken in this suit; for if the poor
man could bring ilo Ivitt.esses, in confirma
tion of his right, 1. myself can produce at
least five hundred." -He then threw him
the bag with reproach and indignation,
and decreed the louse to the poor plaintif'.
On the 18th ult. by the Rev. John Trapp,
Mr. WLLtA BRJr to Miss MaaR A. TnoaAs,
all of this Districr.
Departed this lifl'oii the 29th August 1849,
Rev. Joseph MorrisWip tie 55th year of his age.
This exce1lk .inanand worthy minister of
Christ, lAborctdithmvichl zeal and tenderness
of spirit in the vineyidrd of his Divine Master.
His general bearing itidicated a meek and him
ble temper of mind. and that lee felt ns it he
were " less than ihe feast of all Saints." His
love for the souls or iiis fellow-men was so
strong, that ie rarely ever closed his public
ministrations without weeping over his andi
ence. The illness of which he died. was pro
tracted ; and tho' often attended with great
pain a. times. he enjoyed mitch of the divine
presence. The chief' subject of his conversa
tion in his sicknel, was tihe future happiness of
'the saint's, on which. he delighted t'o dwell, so
.that his conversation was indepd in heaven,
" from whence also lie looked for the ral, or,
the Lord Jesus Christ" lie has left a wiTe and
itine children to mourn his loss.
Died on t'he ist Oct. at his Mothers resince
in this Dist. 'of Conigestive Fever, Jefferson
Richardson, son of the late Benjamin Richard
son, in the eleventh year of his age, this lovely
youth was permitted for a short time to cheer
and gladden the heart of his devoted Mother.
when death snatched him from her fond em
brace aid gave his pure spirit back into the
arms of him, who said, "suffer little children to
come unto me for such is of the kingdom of
heaven. To his bereaved Mother we offer our
tender sympathies, and while she mourns, we
would console her with the reflection that al
though removed from earth, he yet lives in
*- Asleep in Jesus; oh, for mne
May stuch a blessed refuge be."
Died on the 10th Oct. last, Charles Jerfferson
Hibler. youngest soft of Mrs. Thomas L Hib
ler. aged five yeats and seven months.
- Charles -
"Light be the turf of thy tomb!
May its verdue like emerolds bet
Then should not be theshadow of gloon
In aught that remiindius-of thep.
Youn' flowers aid- an overgreeg tree,
May spring from the split of thy rest,
But nor cypress nor yew let us see;i
For why should we mourn for the blest ?"
Youatt's. Condition Powders,
FoR THtE BADICAL CUKE OF
HEAVES, BROKEN-WIND, COUGHS,
And all those diseases which affect the
mucas membhrarn of the , Lutngs, Wend Pipe
Throat arid Head of the 11orse, also to expel
Botts and WVorms, loosen the Hide, imiprove
thee appetite, and keep the anitmal in good eon
Siold by IJAVILAND, IRISLEY & CO
Augusta; HIAVILAND, IIARLRAL & '0.
Charleston, wholesale Druggists-also sold in
Edgefeeld by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Price 50 cents a package.
Oct 10 2m 38
Jew David's or Rebrew Plaster.
Of this celebrated Plaster, it is otnly necessa
ry to say, ino remedy has heretofore been dis
covered to equal it in curing inveterate ulcers
arnd all sores, either fresh or long staniding, for
pains in the back, breast, side, or littbs, occa,
sioned by cold, gout, rhenmatism, &c. It is an
effectual cure for cornes on the feet, when ap
plied a sufflcienat timne.
The genuine is sold by G. L. PENN, Agent,
Edgefield, C. HI. Oct. 10, 1849. Inr 38'
BDsiler Lodgre .Wo. 17.
(Q Regular meeting of this Lodge will
he held on Mond.a'y evenmng next at 7
o'clock, F.: H. WA RTD LAIW, Sec.
November 7 It 42
TIH E Subscribers wiill continue offering
..their Stock of' GOODS at Cost until
Thursday the 29th inst. on which day they will
offer the remaitnder at Auction.
-R. CAUSSE & CO.
N. B-All persons indebted to the concern
of R.- Causse & Co. are particularly requested
to call and settle without delay.
R. C. & CO.
Nov 7 tf 42
.N1ew Duck Wheat I!lour.
10 OOPrKAGE$ new Buck Wheat
5 Kegs choice Goshen Butter,.,
Smoked B3eef, Smoked Trougnes &c.
For sale by H.- A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, 6it 42
30 BA RRELS choich CANA L FLOUft
H. A. KENRICE.
H amburg, Nov. 5, 1849% 6t 42
109 BARRELS Newark CIDER. For
H. A. 'KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, 4L 4~2
A Sumppty of Northee n A pples, WV. I-. Oran,
gen, Pine Apples, Bananas, Plantuins,
Cocoanuts, Ratsirns, Prunes, Lemons, Almonds,
Pecans, Currants, Citron &c. kept constantly
on hand, sod for sale by H ,KNIK
-Hamburg Nov. 7.,1849. tf 42
Mew Fall t Win ier Goods.
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
AS just received by dhe latest arrivals
from New York, a large and splendid as
oortnent of DRY GOODS which. were selec
ed by myself and which he will sell as low as
iny oher' merchant in the-City..
Rich Embroaded Lace Caipesiund stanup Collars
Rich Sattit DeChine and Chan.lion Silks,
Fine Black and Colored Merinoes and Thibet
Rich plain nndfigured Gashmers and DeLanes,
Black, Mode and other Colored Alpaccas,
Black Canton Cloth for Il ourning,
Rich figured Puritannos for Dresses,
A large assortment Muslin De Lanes,
1ie.ghams, Prints and Shirtings very cheap,
1rish Linens, Loeglawns and Gambrick Hand-.
rurkey-red Cambric, Drapery Muslins,
Fine Cashmere and Plaid Shawls,
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, and Kentucky
Silk, Cotton, Cashmere and"Alpa"ea Hosery,
Fine figured and plain Furniture Dimetry,
11-4.12-4 fine ribbon bound Whitney Blankets,
3-4 9-4 Heavy. Duffle Blankets,
Augiista Shirtings and Kerseys, at Manufac
tres prices, together with a great variety of
Dther articles which will be sold very low and
in whiclh le would respectfully invite the atten
tion of those wheh visit Augusta for the purpose
f purchasing Goods.
K New Goods received Weekly by the
Nov. 7, 1849- 4t 42
Clear Spring Academy.
T H E Trnstees of this Academy would in
form the pnblic that, for the ensuing year,
they have sectuied the services of Mr. Jaies L.
Lesly, who has been so long aid favourably
known as Teacher at Greenwood and else
where in our District. The Academy is loca..
te in a healthy and moral community, fiye
miles East of Cnloin's Mills, and twelvo
miles South of Abbeville, C. H.
The scholastic year will be divided into two
cessicus of five imonths each t and papi Is will be
harged from the time of enterineg until the end
f lie session. Exercises to com,uence on the
2d Morday mii January.
The following are the established rates of
For the elements embracing reading,
writing, spelling and metal exerci
ses in Arithmetic, per Session. SG-0
The above with English Grammar.
Geography, and Arithmetie, per
The above with Philosophy, Chenes
try, Algebra, Geometry, &c. per
Se siion. 10- 00
The above with Latin and Greek. $15 00
B Good boarding can be obtained conve
niint to the Acadimy at $6 00 per month.
Abbeville, Dist. Nov. 1, 1849. 2m 42
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
. IN EQUITY.
Rosa Anna Stiom,
Robert S. Str6m, and others.
N OTICE is hereby giveu, that by vir
-toe of the Decree of thee Court of
Equity in this case, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday
in December fiext, the real estate of Hez
ekiah Strom, deceased, viz:
One tract of land composed of two par
cels. containing three huindred acres more
ariese, situated in the District ad State
mdresaid oanTurkey Creek, aud adjoining
lands of Richard Hardy, Wil. Runnels,
G. W. Strom, Elbert Baird and S." G.
Said Laneds will be sold on a credit of
one aud two years, in equal instalments,
excep)t for so much .as will pay the enst of
this suit, to .be paid in cash. Purchasers
to give bond and good sureties to secure
the purchase money.
S. S. TOM1PKINS, C. E. E. D.
Cotn'rs. Office, Nov. 6, 1849..
Nov 71l849 4t 42
W ILL be so.ld on the 10th of December,
*at the late residence of Joseph Morris,
Deceased, three tracks of land, thee first con
ining between four and five hundred acres.
he seconed conctaining abonet two hundred, the
bird, one hundred and twenety, these lands are
o be sold for one fourth cash, the balanece one
md two years credit, except the track coutdin
og two htndred acres to be sold for cash-.
EDMUND M~ORIS, Ex'or.
Nov.7, 1849,,4 2
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Wi
1lay F. Wells, Deccased, are requested to
uake immediate payment. and.alt those heavineg
.laims against thee Estate, to render themo ini
The Subscriber will attend Saledays, in order
to settle upe the Estate.
CUESLEY WELLS, Adm'r.
Nov. 71849 3t" 42
A 'Persomes inedebted. to the Estate of
Aaron Howard, Deceased.are requested
to mkime tepaynmetnt, adall those hay
ieg claims against the estate, to render them in
.1R. P. DRUNSON, Admn'r.
Nov. 71849 2ni 42
TI [S itoforwarn nil persons from tra
.ding for two notes given by me to Rich
erd Grifinn some time last Spring, one for three
auded dalars, and the otheer for fifty dollars,
m said GrifFin has done me a serious injury amnd
babconded. lane determnined not to pay them
iness compelled by liaw.
WM. B. DORN.
Nov. 2, 1849, im 42
S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made at the next setting of the Legislca.
.r.for a New Road leadineg out from the-Mar
e Town Roadin this District, at or nesar Sam
:el Stevens, atnd intersectineg the Long Cane
oai, act or nCcar Gibson Collins.
August 1 t f ~ 2
S Hereby given,- that application will be
made to thme next Legislatuere for ehe grant
if a. new Road, commencing at or near the old
team Mill, formerly owned by Henry WVil
ins on the Martint.oin Rioad, and intersecting
he Longcane Roaid, at or necar Major John
L'ompkin's Mill,- on Littde St.evens Greeki and
Juy 8 84 3m ,'26l
.Piue ChIewing' Tobacco.
OffA BOXES Fine Chewinmg TOBACCO,
U" Nectar Leaf,"" Eldorado," " Rough
d Ready," &c., For male by
- H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, tf 42
OBOX ES prime Goshen. CHEESE.
1PPFor sale by IA.EN C.
Ilami...... No. r, 1849 4, - 42
Contanty- on, Hand,
A14D STILL: RECEIVING!
' heo today re'eived per Steamer
-S*THXRE NEii from New-York, ex
tensive, itons' iour already large and
superior. %TOCK of COODS.
ng our recent arrivals are
Plainnnd Figured Black Silks,
Strieland Watered - do..
Plain-and'Figur6d col'd do.
1-2 doj* Paris Swiss Robes, for evening
Some Nev and _beautiful- Styles of Ging
M6urrng 0oliars, Laces, &c.
OR THE GENTLEMEN.
Superior Black and Fancy. Cassimers,
A beatiful assortment of Office and Over
2 or 3"*pi~es .ingrained, and three Ply
Fres bglibh' Dairy and Pine Apple
BLAND & BUrLER.
Oct. 8 1849. t f 41
Edgefield- Female Institute.
H 'TRUSTEES of the Instittution, anx
J ton:s to:elevate its character lnd' useful
ness, h6e recently purchnsed a- large and
comin'dibns.lot orland within the town, upon
whith.th~jhave erecled suitable buildings, and
now announce to the public. that they have
secured.the services, as Rector and General
Instrtctqr,.of.Ma. RoBERT H. NacuoLLs.
. Tile lintitute will be opened ont the First
Moiidayin Jinuary next. M . NicHoLu.., has
had many .years experience itt his poression.
Was Prassrin Jefferson College, Louisiana,
-has recently taught with great success. at
Greenwpod;. and has been- induced to take
charge of thik Institution, with a view to a per
manent abode amongst us.
'rThe Trustees confidently state, that every
facility to4x complete and fi.nished Female Edu
cation, will he afftorded at this Institution, and
niist ear~itly appeal to the public genertlly,
atnd partienlarly to the citizens of Edgefield
Districtogive it'iheir aid and patrotiage.
Excellent board can he obtained at reasona
ble rates it the town and its vicinty.
Instrutresses in Music, Drawing, Painting,
Embroidery,~&c., will be connected with the
The rates of Tuition, will be reasonable
Theile, with the regulation of the Sessions.uad
other matters, will be published in due time.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
F. H. WARDLAW, -
- EDMUND PENN,
R. T. MlI S S,
S. F. GOODE.
October 30; 1649; if 41
Edgefield Male Academy.
T HE TRUSTEES- of this Institution
have elected Ma- TomAs Josson, Rec
for, for the ensning year.
Mv lonssox, was educated at the South
Carolina College, and is very favorably known,
as an Instructur in a- respectaOle Academy, in
The Trustpes have some assurance that MR.
.Jassox. will devj)te himself exclusively ts this
1-ofession, -and frotm his talents and attain
ments, they confidently recommend hin to the
gener,jus support of the community.
The Academy\will be opened by Ma. Jou
sot. on the First M1oriday in. Janua.y next. ,t
shall.be the effort or the Trastes; to co-opernte.
with the'Rector, iha presetving goed morals
amongst the:pupils, -and in furnishing to 'the
public, thifbest possible education fur their
RAnteR of(Tuition, rules and regulations, will
be piul>lished hereafter. L.SOM,
F. H-. WVA RDLAW, - -
Oobr . N..L. GRIFFIN.
Otbr3,1849. if 4
Y n Olde frott Johno H ill, Esq., Ordi
nary ouf Edgefield district, I will ptoceed
to sell at the l.ate residlenco of Spenceer Butul
ware, dec'd., on W EDNESDAY the twetnty
first day of November next, all the persoutal
'property of the said deceased, consisting of
SEVEN LIKELY NEGR')ES,
HTorses, Cattle, Hogs. Corn, Fodder and Cot
ton. anid other articles too tedions to mention,
on a credit of Twelve Months. All sums under
five dollars iviJr-be pa.id it, cash.
October 18, 'Executor.
ON the same day. 1 will sell thte tract of
Land, whtere thte Deceased-liv'ed at the
timne of htis.deatht, Ott Big Creek, eontainsintg
three htutndred mnd eighty-seven acres, more or
less, adjoining lands o,f Allen Dauzier, Richard
Coleman, Gilsona Yarborouigh and others.
Said Latnd will be sold on a credit of twelve
montths ' H. BOULWARE, Ex'or.
October I8, - 4t 40
T HIE Subscriber intending to relinquish
kthepractice of Medicine at the expira
tion of the year, r.eturns his unfeigned thanks
for the liberal patronatge extendled to htimi, being
anxious to adjust his accounts, respectfully re
quest thtose indebted to make paytient by Gash
or Note,- prior to that datte. isi services- as a
consulting -physician, can be obtained on allnec
casions,unless whent professionally ettgaged.
WMI. D.. JENNINGS,. M.- D.
Oct. 10, 1849; tf 38
DR. H. MW. TOM PKINS, respectfully of
fers his professional sea vices tafter the cx
pirntion, of the year, ini the practice of Medi
cune. Surgery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens
of. Dark Corner-and its vicinty OfceaDr
W. D. Jenninigs. iy 13ca r
Oot. 1O. T849. t f 38
W E have.thtis day associated with us, Mr.
J. E., BUC'KMAST ER, in the trans
action dit thie Gisneral Comnmission- and Factor
age Businisi, which will herealier- be conducted
untder thte ntamp and style of JirrFERs, Co'r-H
n1A & Co.
JEFFERS & COTHIRAN.
Hlambur'g, Sept. 10, 1849, . if 34
.LL those inidebted-to the 15tate of HIeze
.Akiah Strome; dec'd., are hereby requested
toenneiepmn.an d those having
demands to presetnt them'properly attested.
.B. i". & s. C. STROM E,
August -, 4m. 26,
J UST) received a choice Lot- of Lard, for
eFaaly use, and for sale by
BLAND & BUTLER.
Oct 17. .. tf 3
A LL. per-sons indebted to the Estate of John
Pow,.deceased, ec earnestly requested to
make immediate'payment, and all those having
demands againist said Estate, are also requested
to present accordintg to law.- -
A. JONES,. Adm'r.
SELLING OFF.AT COST
- For Cash.
HE Subscriber hving .deierinined
to close his business offers his entire
block of goods at COST FOR, CASH.
There is a large Stocl of. seasonable
Goods on hand, many of them:bought this
Fall axthe lowest figure.
Persous desirous.of availing th-mselves
of this opportunity to buy CHEAP for
CASH, will do- well to call earl.
S. F. 2OODE.
October 22, 1849.
A LL Persons indehted'o the Subscri
' her, or Goode & Sullivan, previotis
to the first of January last, ire earnestly
requested-to call and settle withot delay.
S. F. a.
Oct. 24, lot 40
AT THE CHEAP NEW YORK
CJ 811 STO.RE,
P?.a ST.AtxU Non-rHE1191t
T F Snbscri)er hftving just rettiined frotn
. Noi-ti; takes this method- of inform
ing his frieids, cu4tomers and the public gen.
erally, that lie has received part of'I& welt se
lected Stock of DRY GOODS; which l.dwill
sell cheaper than the chearest. All you ha.ve to
do, is to call and see, he charges ithing for
lo3king. J. COHN,
Oct. i7; . tf 39
New Fall & Winter Goods.
r1l Subscribes have received a ened
Sthair Fall Stock of'
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ITA RE
HATS AND CAPS, NEGRO MES,
All of which will be sold as low as they can
be bought ta the market. -.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTi.
-AL S 0
20,000lbs Spaitanburg Iron,
20,000lbs. " Nails-;
30 Sacks of Sailf,
4,000lbs. Choice Bacon Sides.
W. & C.
October 17, St 89
Brought to the Jail v
F this District, a tegro.boy whosays
.0 his name,,is WILLIAM, an4 siy
he is FREE. 'He says he came to Char
leston with Captain Schley or Slye, and
has been in the employment of. Mr. Sch
ley, (theCaptain's brothers.) for the last
year. He says-he came out to Charles
ton as assistant Cook, on the vessell-. ;
that owing to a difficulty with the fireman,
he was denie'd etmployment on board. and
could not return. lie says his mother is
named Mary Jane, and that the said Mr.
Sley, in his Guardian, as he understands
it. Said boy is between-fourteen and!six
teen years of age, about 5'feet' high, of
Tte Guardian or owner ,isireiested-to
come forward prove pfdperty, 0ay chiarges
and take hii away, or lie -will b'- dealt
with as the law airects
. It. SPAlN, J. E:.
Oct. 31, 1849. tf - 41
Brought to the Jail
F this District a negro man who says
.Jbis name is ELJ.MH;l and says hie
belongs.to Mr. Hirain Eecroy, a-Baptist
preacher, who he says lives , about thirteen
miles above A bbeville Cour t House, said
negro fellow is about 5 feet, 7 inches high
and between 2- acd 26 years of age, and
The owner Is requested to come f'or ward,
prove properly, pay charges and ta'ke
him away, or lie will be dealt with as the
II. R. SPANN, J. E. ii.
October 31 1849, If 41
Tobacco & Snuffi
3O BOXEd Manufa~ctured Tobacco, va
10 Boxes Thomias' Tobacco, a superior arti'cte,
Maccaboy and Rappee Snuff,
Mrs. M IllIens Fine Cut and Smoking To6aeco,
For sale by H. A. KEN~Rl'GK.*
H amburg, July 24 1849, tf 2t
STATE OF SOUT H CAIROLINA.
TU OL LED before me by Ric:bafd Berry. an
.estray sorrel imare ninle. of ordinary
height. light made, marks of gear about lhe,
shoulders; supposed- to- be 10 ox 12 years of
ago and appraised at $50.
J.QUATTLEBUM, M.E. D.
Oct. 8; 1849, 4tm .3S
FOR' MYending Broken Glhss and Earthern
,.Ware, a supply otn hand of this- valuable
CE MENT, for sale by
- G. L. PENN, AGElNT.
August l5 tf 30
GREAT BARGAINS 1N
,BOO T S & SRO E S
. OP EVElRY DESCRIPTi'oN.
1 ADIES K-id and ?torocco-Slippers, Ties.
.gd341lins and Walking Shoes of superior
quality, Chil drens, Mlisses and Boys Shoes and
Boots. Thick heavy substatitial Negro Shoes.
all of which is warranted not to rip, and will be
sold extraordinary cheap for Cas/. at
- - WILLI'AM McEYOl'S.
Oct. 17.1849, -If 39
A .. esn Neitice.
A 1.1 peronsindebted to the Eqtate of John
tJ.tMa-ys, deceased, will make paymient.
And thlose having demiantls will render them
in propet ly-attested.'
- S. B. MAYS, Ex'r.
-Sept. 19 1849 3m 35
Heavy Cotton Domestics.
BROIWN Shirtings-and Shxeetings,
HPNet Silk Gloves,
Belt Ribons and Laces, new arid feeth, cani
be had at BLAND &i BUTLER'S.
August 15. tf 30
EGRO IERSEYS, Shoes and Blankets.
.LA superior asssortmnent- at
B3LAN%D & BUTLER'S.
Oct. 3 tf 37
RESHl ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE,
L. just received it
Oct. 3, tf 37
38 BARHRELS choice -Stone Lime; in
fine order.' Forsale by .
- H-. A. KENRICK.
A NEW NINETY GALLON KETTLE.
A pply at this Office.
Oct 30n . t n1
- - *:
House and Lot for Salef
THEL Sub scriber. offiers' for-.
sale in :hp Village of Edg&
S - ield;-i VALUABLE HO.--.
AND O,0, being itiitted inr
the centre of the Village, near the Public
qudre, and immediately on Main Street.
boundod-o.0 the rear, and one side by Strits -
is among the most elegible situations ithe
Village. - . .. .
The Dwelling House is commodious and
in good repair.-A., liberal credii will' e.
given. If not dis}oscd of by th'e :ftA Mon9
day in December, the prefiias will be sold.
wirliout reserve, at Auctica.
in the Subscribers'abseace, application-ca
be made to H. R. Sjann, Vsq.
S W. ItENNERLY.
Oct. 30. tf 41
W ILL be sold to the big)iest bidder on the
Eeverith day- of -[4veMlier text. te,
Real anu Personal -Etate or the late Jttes T.
Gray, deceased, ai follows:
One entire tract .orand, containiog. by re
cent au vay, eldven Lhousid nine hundrdd and.
seventy-4eVen (11.977) acres. sitnutld on the
waters of the Savannih Riverand Steel Creek, -
Buriiwell Di-trict, 8. C. There are about fif.
teen hundred (1500) acres cleared'Jnnd- well.
itdapted to the cultivation of Cotton aud 9rain.
There is erected on Steel Creek. a5iqit one
ond a half miaes trom- the River, a d Mil,
cont-iiiing two saws, with sufficient wat'erpow
er to drive a Gribt Mill and Saw Gm' 9"fatmer
ly. The river lajd is heavily tinbe with
the growth of Onk. fliqkory, Roplar,na Cy
press, adjaceiif to ie'51111; the growth of the
upland (about nine thousand acres,) nists
principally of Pine- There is a suitable laid
- ing on the iivRr f.r,the delivery of Stea.pboan
Wood, ol 'which there is an abundant supply, -
and cionstatnot demand. To i inpitalist airous. -
of engaging in the Timber aid Ttrpentine buV
siness, and the rearing d'f sttck of iil, kinds;-,
the above Plantition offers inducemendi inferior
to noine on the Savannah River. . There is near.
the Mill a cotnfortble Overseers Hoitse, ijk
a sufficient nuwher of frame huiNings to e - -i
commodate one hundred Negroes.,
'The personal property copst,iof.Kerty-six
(26) Nezroes, tllot one htndied (100),leed o
Cuttle. fifteen b1tile and' Hotes, a lijrgnU 1.
buir of iuock Hlogs. Sheep, Household ant
Kitchen Furnitut e, Plantation and B&elukmith's -
Tools, from devepty fiye to eigfiiy haers of Cot
t-n. from Pii1o ei'ghtthousand bushes of Corn,
Fodder. Peas. &c. &c.,
At the ame time andl place, by Loziiint or
parties, the traei or trpcts of land, kq n an.
.Giay's.Hatimack, and part of Stav' ihand,
r adjoining the-abRve, containing about ie:hun
dred and sixty (5601). acres. Also....onw. ether H
Lract on Telfair's Island. or.the Savantdih Riv.
er, contaiuing forty (40) acres, known as the
DL ARDIS, Eiecfitor.
-Beachalandl, $eiit. 6, 1849. 6e 36
TERbMS O SALE.
. The land on a credit of one' two.it three
years, paytenst to be Pecured by bond. mgoftgage
and personal securiiy. The personal property
(with the exception, of the-noiton, which will be
sold for ch.) on.a credit of twelve months with
interest fro6 date. payment to be seu'red by
.Note and tio approv.ed securities. The aboye
.salt) is posti;iotledr thiefifth (5ib).qf Dprembei
neit. D-- . ARDIS.
fT is-or4erut;thatiii-- Etra Court f. Com
men:irelis for tie Ditrict of Edkel'dbe
holden, tq bgin on-the second 5onday.$iai&
ary; eighteen iun'dredand fifty, gadJo chntin.e
for t%%o weeksto dispose of the.-uniffied bw.
sinessof.litiTlut-. .. . -,.
It is furthierordered,that a -writ of als,ir do -
issue in summton Petitaund,Comdiit lfJ'eas Ju -
rors fur 't.h said Extra Court. - -
Ordeed'that onefiblio notice.b ginn here
of buy the Clerk u.trough ihe Neaerpub
lishted at Edgefield Court House,
T. J. WrIlms.
Oct. 12, 1849, if 39
Genuine Cod Liri Oil.
J UST received, a-stupply of this vhaluable
. nticle recemily burougl't irit6''sueh-exteny
sive ese bay its astonishing effects ini pulmonar
and' other diseases. It is report by one physi
ainn, (Dr. Williams, of~ N. Y.)'that of 234:ceases
of tuberculotns disease of the lengr, treated dura
img th'e last two a'nd a hdlf jears-, of which he
has.preservedanotes, only nineteen- derived noe
marked benefit, frorni ifie ese of this Oil. In
otir own cotmmnity one person has already
been5. io all apearances, mnaterial benefitted bjt
this remedy. For Sale by
-Sept 4, 1849' G,tPiN An
Pickgles, Preserves, $&.
-.t Gilons; QouartssadPints.
.30- Dozen Uinderwood's Mlusiard in-Bottles'
.5- D,azen Unerwend's Tomato E etchup,
. Catiton Ginger, Preerved Pine Applee
Limes; Strawberry Jitm, ltaspberry .um,.Rted --
Cntarrant Jelly, Ciiar, Prunes, Cinnanmn
Pickled Lobsters, Fresh Salmon and-Lml6sters
iii Cann. CupeM4. Essence Cinamon, Lemon,
Pepperint. Ginger, Syruap, Lemnon-Syrup~
Salad Oil,&4. &c., For sale by.
H. A. EENR&CK.
Hamnnrg. Oct. 16, 1849, if 39
ILL cease here in some- four weeks, for w
Vithe p urpoee of.going to- Hamtburg.--.
Those wishing their Eeathiers Renovated, wil3
pleace send their beds in as early as possible-,.
mn all prohability it'will be d.ie last chance that
may be offered to-te citizens of the village and - -
Sept.12, 1849; -'tf. 34 -1
7pH E pn'ilic are hereby cautioned. rom tra..
i.ding for a Note of hand given by Joha .
Brigg to Washington Dale. Said Note was -
drawn atbotut the middle o,f June, 1849, for
Thirt-y Doillars iand due three datys after date.
''Te paymeti of said Note has been ptaid to the
drawer andI the drawer will- not pay it the
October24, 3t 40'
THE Subscriber having purchased of Ma
S. F. Goode. his residence iu the Villages
has remtoved to the saine. *
E. F. TEAGUE, Mf. D.
Sept. 12. 1849, if 34 -
-N otiCe *~
IS' HFEREBY GIVEN, that application wNis
b1 e made .to the Legislature at the next Set.. - -
sion for the ineqrporu~tion.of. Butler Lodge,:No..
August8, if 29, -.
IS H ER EBY GIVEN. that applie.ation wiW#
-Lbe made to the Legislature of, Southt Garoli-.
na,. att its niest Session, to incorporate a Gom --
rany for the puirpose of niaking a Ilank.Readt
fro-n.Edgefield to Harnburg.
August 22, 31 .3