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0N Sale-day, 3d of December next, at 11
o'clock bifore the Court Houne door, I
wa'l sell the H onse and Lot in the Village of
Edgefield. now occupied by S. W. Kennterly.
A L S O
On Friday following, 7th December, I will
sell at the House, all the household and kitchen
furnitute. oune Horse, Cow and Calf, &c.
Terms of sale will be made known on day
LEWIS COVAR, Auctioneer.
Nov 28 1849 2t 45
Medie mes, Paints, Glass &C,
HAVILA-ND, RISLEY & Co.
DEALERS IN CHOCE
Drugs kand Medicines,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENtSi
PAINTS, OILs, DY E STUFFS, WIxN
Dowv-GTAss, FANCY SoAPs,
AGENTS FOR THE MOIT VALUABLE
PATENT AMEDiciNSs, TRussEs, DEN
TISTS GOLD FoIL. TEETH, THE
Paxtre TEA COMPANY'S
TEAs, ROSENDALE CE
(0- Having a very extensive Stock, which
is kept full and fresh by weekly additions,
we are prepared to supply Pjanters, Phisi
cians, and the Trade, at very low prices.
0*- Orders promptly attended to.
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.
DRUGGISTS, near the Mansion House.
Globe and U. S. Hotels, Augusta, Ga.
Nov. 32, 3m 45
NEAR EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
T H E Exercises of this Institution will corn.
mence on the first Monday in January
next. under the direction of Mir. GEonas KER
SHAW assisted by Mrs. KKRsHAw. The scho
taught the fillowing biatinches at the prices
Spelling. Reading and Wri
ting. $12 per annum.
Arithmetic, Anal)sis and
Enlish Synonynes. Eng
Ith Gtattnar and Geo.
Ornamental Needle Work.
Botanv. Natural Philoso
phy Chemistry, Drawing
and Painting, 20
Astronomy in all its Branches,
al! problems in Geography,
Surveying, Plating and
Philosophical Apparatus. Mathematical In.
strutnents and a Delineator, a pair of Globes
and a School Library &c. &c., will bie fitrmnshti
ed, also all Books and Stationary at Columbia
or Augusta prices.
BAILEY CORLEY. )
ROBERT TURNER, I
JOHN HILL. >Taus-rss.
JOHN KIRKSEY, |
D. W H I E ,..
N. B.-if required
Nov. 28 1849
1OBA SK ETS
10 Barrels clr
20 Barrels Boston R e
S do Northern
1 Pipe choaice HollaiiWGin,
30 Barrels Whiskey, various qualities,
35 Qr. arnd eighth Pipes M~ademra. TIenerifle,
Port, Sherry and Mulsga Wine,
20 Half and Qua~rter Piies Gognac. Brandy,
Now landing and for sale by
HI. A. K ENiRICK.
H amburg. Nov '26 45
-Candles, Soap, &c.
BOX ES Sperm and Adamantine Can -
15 Boxes Hull's Candles.
211 d. Wichresters Turpentinte Sosp.
20 do Toilet arndt Shaving do
For sale by H. A. KENR1CK.
Hatmburg, Nov 26 tf 45
New Buckwheat Flour.
30BAGS. 20 Boxes, 20 Qr. Barrels, 10
ilalf, and 5 Barrels new Buchwheat
Flour. For sate by
H. A. KENRICK.
-Nov 26 1849 tf ' 4
Cheese, Smoked .Bee &c.
GO BOXES prime Goshen Cheese,
200 lbs- Smoked Beef,
3 DoE. Smoked Tongues,
5 do Pickled do
For sale by H. A. KENICK.
Hamburg. Nov 26 tf 45
Choice New Crop M~oasses.
2O BA RR ELS new.Grop New Orleans
10 Barrels Sugar House Syrup.
6 H hds. prime W. I. Molasses.
For sale by H. A. KENRICK.
-Hamburg, Nov 26 tf 45
10 PACAGE nero Mackerel. Nos.
quarter Barrels, and Kette.
For sale by H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov 20 tf 45
NOR THEN APPLES, POTATOE, &c
BA RR ELS Northern A pples,
hi20 Barrels Northern Potatoes.
5 Barrels Northern. Onions.
2 do do Cranberries, '
For sale by H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov 26 tf 45
~TEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
J.lEglish Dairy Goshen Cheese,
Nos I and No. 2 Mackerel.
Fresh Soda Biscuit, Fresh Currants,
Citran; Raisins. Almonds, Pican. Nuts,
..Filberts, Figs. Prunes,
Calpers atnd Presertves..
Muscovado Molasses and N. O, Syrup,
Fresh Rice, Black Tea,'und
7 Kegs Dupuonts Powder.
All of which will be sold at the lowest market
price. C. L. PENN, AGENT.
Nov. 21, If 44
Fine Chewing Tobaceco.
n BOXES Fine Chewving TOBACCO,
U"Nectar Leaf," "Eldorado," "Rough
and Ready," &c., For sale by
U. A. KENRICK.
Ea.b..., aNo. 5, 1519, I 4
Celebrated German Bitters.'
DR. C. M. JACKSON.
At THE GERMAN MEDICAL STORE,
NO. 120, ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LIVER CoBI
PLAINT, JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA,
CHRONIC OR Nanvous DEBILITY,
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYsb
AND ALL DISEASES ARIS
ING FROM A DISORDER
ED LiVER OR SToM
ACH, &C., &C.
Such as Costisripation. Inwaid Piles, Full.
ness of Blood to the lead, Acitlity ol* the
Stomach, Nansen, Hearthn.rn Disgust for food,
Fnlloess or weight ini the Stomach, Sour Eric.
tations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach. Swimming of the Head, litried and
Ditianilt Breathin::. Pltitering ut the leart,
Chsukitig or Sunieating senusat'ons when in% a
Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Vehs before the Sight, Fever und Dul! pain iii
the lHead, Deficiency of Perstpiration. Yellow
ness of the Skin and Eyes. Pino in the -ide.
Back, Chest, Limbs. &c., Sudden flinshes of
Heat, Burning in the Flesh. Constant litagin.
ing. urEvil and Great Depression of Spirits.
The Genuine are Entirely Vegetahle mid free
frotm Alcoholle. Stithulaiti Syrup. Aloes, Rhen
hard, Calonel. Acids, and all Mineral and in.
jnrious leigeredients. they are poleasint in taste
and smell, nod mild in their operation, never
griping or giving say uneasiness. they give
strength to the whole system whilst they drive
frotm it disease. They con be adlinitintered to
the nost dulinate infit iwith perfect safety.
READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE.
It appeared in the lenidmog Germant Journal
of Phil:tdelphia-the "Philadelpihia Democrat.'
The Editor was personally acquainted with Dr.
H1ooflaid, and prizing the services of this great
m1tan he could not qtmetly look upon the aseu
rance of atn iiposer, withou1t apprizigg the
public ofapproaching danger:
ETgritopp. MUinl t T~utitantr
CHISTOPHER WILLIAM HOOFLAND,
" One ofthe most renowned physicians, one
of the greatest benefactors of modern titnes,
was born at Langen Salz-i, Germany. on. the
12th day nfangust 1762. After a careful scho
lastile edtieaiiot, he, like his father and grand
father, (two celebrated Doctors.) volinitarily
devoted himself to the study of Medicine, at
Jena ard Gottingen. and in J783 obtined the
degree of Doctor of Medicine, at tin latter Uni
versity. From 1793 to 1801, he ofliciated as
Professor at the University of Jena. In 1801,
he was appoitited Ptivate Physician to the King
of Prussia. M ember oi the Academy of Science,
and npot. the establishment of the near College
at Berlin, Professor aned Court Physizian by
the Ministry of the initetior. His characteristic
profoundiess an-I deep penetration enabled
him to combline the theoretical and practical;
to unite old and new systems: prodttce in
cominon the liractical Ran useful, aid thus
draw therefroit the results and necessary appli
a It W11s Dr. 11. principally, who exposed
nd destroyed the' Brown's System,' which
notwithatanding the brilliant extet ior, could not
conceal its nany itperlectinis. brought to light
by Hioofitnd'enoble impartiality, should thruths,
and deep ienetration. Independent of his prac.
ticle nsefulnesi as Physiciani and professor of
thehealieeaJe.hus earned unlytime fame for
S- aria edica. as
DR. IlOOFLrAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
the applicatin ofraciduouas earth for thme cure
ofSulphuhiric disen ses-lThe celebrate'd Din pho
retic remtedy-unid nume runs invaluable record
A fter the celebration of his ffie th priofession
al fer-tivity ini 1833. uipont which occasion the
King uif Prntesia honored him iith the insig..
tia of the Order ofthte Cross as thme Red Eagle.
and tmany other Rloyal Orders and mnarks of
distiction, lie died on the 25th dlay of Angtust.
1836. (ais the King of Prusin's pirivydte Mfedical
Coutncellor.) toukouti any lqgilimate male heir er
''Dr. C. M. lackson, of Philadelphia, has
had the meatns of obtaitting the genutine recipes
of the great tmedical cuntsellor ' Christoph
cines are prep'iired with the otimnst care at the
Germatn Medicinme Store. The bitter tmixtnre I
Hloofland's Germnan.Bitters, is the result of ma..
mny years stndy atd experienice by the treat in
vetntor, and known and prized in Europe as an
infallitle remedy for the citre of Liver Com-.
plain!, Jaundice, Dyspepsia. &c. Dr. C. M.
Jackson-s preparaitioni of thtis medhicitne has
obtained the same colifyrity hrs thuis Western
World. The testimnotnintl anid innumerable
confirmiations of thonsanids of the most Revere
atnd diflicuilt cases cnred, is ampleiproof of this.
Thte medicitnes compondied by Dr. C. Ni.
.Ja-ksoin have prodiuced the very eTets and the
same hauppy results, which the imnortal intven
tor indicated and intended, and consegnaently
must be prepared with scruiptloiis accurney.
in view of~ the abouve facts it seems usigtular,
that atny body couldl have the hardihoid atid
impuderce to abuse the nanme of this dtistin
gnished Doctor. who diedi thirteen years ago.
To pass off at chnrlatan gna~ck preparation as
the real andJ getiiatumedicine, and to give
a semtbince oforrginality by afixing afac simile
ofthie deceased, is inideed extraorditnary ! The
public. will understand whait to expect, and
what to do untder such circumstances."
A nnmber of Germuan papers copied the
above and are thterefore entitled to our thanks.
These hitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessi"uE greait v irtttes ini the reeli
fica tion of disearses of the liver and lesser glands.
exercising the miost searchinig powers ini weak
ness uand affections of the digestive organs they
are withal, mafie, certaitr, and pleasanit.
For salty, wholesale antd retail, a t thre princi
pal Depot. GERMAN M EDICINE STORE,
No. 278 Race Street, Philadelphia.
For sale itt Edgeffeld by G. L. PENN
Columbia by BOATWRIGH-T & MdIOT
Atigusta by Wmn. HAINS, and by respectable
dealers generally throughout the United States,
Nov. 21 1849r 6mn 46
A LL Personas itndebted to the Estate of
Aaron Howard, D~ecensed. are requested
to make immedlute paymenit, and all those hav
ing claims against the estate, to rentder them itn
R. P. BRUNSON, Adm'r.
Nov. 71849 2mt 4'2
EGRO K ERSEYS, Shoes trod Blankets.
.11A superior asssorrtent at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Oct. 3, tf 37
RESH ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE,
Lj ust received a-t
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
rm -3, ,r 3y
ARRIVAL OF GOODS.
NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN
Price, Quantity or Quality.
CHEAP CASL STORE,
J UST FROM N EW YORK.
WHOLIESALE AND RETAIL.
T HE ItEIlAINDElt of the Stock has
arrived, and the Fnbscriber takes this
method to inform his friends and customers,
from Edgefield, Abbeville, and the surround
ing districts, as also the public generally,
that among his SPLENDI D STOCK can be
500 pieces of Calicoes from 5 cents, and
higher per yard.
500 pieces of Bleached and Unbleached
Homespun. Also, Twills, Canton Flan
nel,Bleached and Unbleached. Bedtick
Checks, Lindsey's, and a large selection
of various kinds of Goods in this line.
100 doz. Linnen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
from 6.j to 75 cents.
Satin Striped. plain and figured Alpacas, as
also, Mushn Do Lains from 126 up high
er. And a handsome assortment of va
rious goods for fashionable dresses.
Silk, Velvet, and Satin Bonndts for Ladies
and M-isses, of the latest style, and
cheaper than ever before offered.
Fashionable Infant Hate, Caps, &c.
Infant Socks, Stockings of all sizes and
100 boxes, including Ribbons, Sprigs, Tapes,
inside and outside Flowers.
The latest style of Gymph, Black Silk
Fringes, Buttons, Colored Spool Silk)
Ladies' fashionable Velvet and Steel Bags.
1,000 pair of Ladies Gaiter Shoes, Children's
Shoes, high and low quarter. Youths
and Gentlemen's Boots. Brogands, &c.
500 pair of Blankets, from 75 ets, up to $8.
There has never been sach an assottment
of rich and rare Jewelry shown in this mar
ket ; including Plain and Figured Stone
Chased Rings, Breastpins, &c. all warranted.
Gold and Silver Pencils. Gold Watch
Keys, Gold and Silver Bucklese, Plated do,
200 doz. Knives, from 10 cents up to $2;
also, Pistols, Bowie and Dirk Knives, Per.
50 dcz. Glage, Flushing, and Cloth, for
gentlemen, Boys and Infants, from 10 cents
up higher. HATS.
Of' the Latest Style. Also Low Crown,
Broad Brim, and Fancy Boys Hats.
Saddles, Bridles, Crockery, Tinware, Vio
lins, Flutes, &c.
Fine Dress, Over and Sack doate ; Pants,
Vests, Suspenders, Gloves, &c, To enu
imerate every article would almost fill the
paper ; but if you cannot find an assortment
in this Stock, and cannot be pleased with
the prices, willingly would I say, try some
other place and beat me if you can. All I
ask is to give me a fair-!cialand I atn satis
M RS. FORD, respectfully informs het
friends anid the pubuic. thatsshe has taken
the second story over M r. J. Cohn's Store, at
Edgefield Court House, where she has openeul
a BOA RDI NG H OUSE. for the accommonuda
tion of Pe'rmanent ano Trranisient Boarderu,
Her terths for regular boarders, will he $10
per ttoonthu for boardimg anid lodging.-$2, per
week for boarding w ithoiut lndainug.
-Gentlemen visiting the Village. can he nc
commnodaited withu'reguilar meals. (at all bottrs of
thes dlay. and 'until 10 o'clocek. P. Mr..) at the
low price of 25 cents per meals
.No~v. 21 , f 44
O N TUESDAY the l1th day of December
next. I will offer for sale at. the late mesia
dence of Joseph R. Addison, deeld., all his
personal Estate, consisting of
TWENTY-NINE LIKELY NEGROES,
Horses. Mules. Corn and Fodder, Plantation
Tools. and other articles.
rxTanfs--Twelve Months credit; with Note
antd two approved snreties.
WHIITFIELD B. ADDISON,
Admi'ou'. with the Will annmexed.
Nov. 8. 184 .4t 43
W ILL be suld on the 10th of Decetmber,
at the late residence of Joseph Moris.
Deceased, three tracks of land. thme first con'.
taining between four and five htundured acres.
the secontd conitaining about two hnndred, trhe
third, one hnnodre'd and twenty. these lands are
to lie sold for one fourth cash, thme balnce onle
and two years credit, except the track contairr
ing two hiuntdred acres iio be sold for cash.
EDMUND MORRIS, Ex'or.
Nov. 7, 1849 , t 42
T HE COMMISSIONERS of T~oads for
the Uppuer Battalion of the 7th Retgi
ment of'the South Carolinma Militia, will let, at
Edget.iehol C. H., on the first Monday in De
cetmer next, the contract for putting op Potint
trs or Sign Boards. itt the different forks andt
cross roads in said Battatlion. The Posts sre to
be of good lightwood 12 feet long. 8 x 8 intche s.
and the boards of good yellow line, aboutt three
feet long, aeven hnches wide. anud 14 inche~s
thick, to be mor:iced into thme posts. The namtec
of places, and number of miles, to lbe painefec
on the boards, all subject to- the approval of Ihe
GEO. A. A DDISON,
See'ry of Board.
Nov. 14, t 42
N 0 T 1 C El.
A LL persons indebted to the estate William
Raborn, dec'd., are r'equtired to tnade im.
mediate payment. anid those having demnands
againtst the Estate, to present them properly
attested on or before the fifteenuth day offannta
ry next in the Coutrt of Ordinary, as I desire on
that day to settle tip !be Estate.
H. B. RABORN, Adni'or.
Nov. 19.184 .tf 44
WILL cease here in sonic four weeks, for
VT the putrpoae of going to Hamiburg.
Thuo wishing their Feathers Renovated, will
please send 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
vicinity. W .SEK
MORE NEW GOODS.
I. -BRENNAN & CO.
A RE CONSTANTLY receiving fresh sup
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
rrom New York. They have now in store a
rull and complete stock of (oods suiiable for
Lite season, amongst which are the following,
to which they invite the attention of the pub
Ex.ra Rich Camelion Turk Satin.
Rich Changeable Embroidered and Plain
Black Lavantine Silk.
6 Poult Dc Soie,
4 Gros de Rine.
Merino and Thibet Cloths.
F.olians, Orientals and 14rocades.
Mohair, Lustres and Parametta Clothes.
triped, Figuted. Embroidered and Canelion.
Alpacas (all colors) from 25 to $1,00 per
Black Alpaca*, from 181 to 1,25 per yard.
N1. de Leans 1S lo 37j per yard.
Cashmeres, 25 to 75 per yard.
Scoich and French Ginghams 124 to 25.
500 pieces all kinds of Calicoes, 4 to 121 cis
Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings, 4 to 10
10-4 11-4 and 12.4 B'eached Sheeting, 314
to 37j per yatd,
Fine Canton Crape Shawls.
Embroidered Thibet Shawls, White and Col
Cashmere, Brochea, Merina and Damask
Over one thousand Plaid Wool Shawls, all
sizes and styles from 25 ets. to $5,00
9.4, 10-4, 11-4. 12-4 and 18-4 Fine Bed
12-4 Marsailles Quilta.
White and Red Flanneld, l to 50 cents.
A full supply of Broad Clothes, Cassimers,
Vestings, Turras Sattinets, Kentucky
Jeans, and sa variety of goods for
Negro Blankets, 8-4 94 and 10-4 62 cents
to $1 00 each.
Kerseys, Osnaburge and Augusta Factory
Shirting, at Factory prices.
Damask Table Diaper, 37j to $1.50 per yd,
Irish Linens and Linen Lawns, 25 to $1,00
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 641 to $1,00
Thread Edgings, 64 to 25 cents per yard.
Plaid, Jaconct and Cambric Muslins, 12 to
A great variety of Hosiery of all kinds for
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Furniture Dimity, 12j to 25 cents per yard.
A few pieces 4.4 Cotton Carpeting, 25 to 37
cents per yard.
Irringes. Buttons, Gimps &c. &c.
Buck, Kid, Silk, Lisle,'Berlin, Mermo and
Cloth Gloves for Gentlemen, Ladies
We respectfully invite the public to call
and exam.ne our stock as we feel confident
the goods and prices cannot fail to give sa
T. BRENNAN & CO.
dppositd the Mansion House and next to
Hand & Williams', Grocery Store.
Stock of Horses. Mules. Cattle end Hog. Corn
and Fodder, W hcat and Oats, the presenit crop
of Cotton one Road Wnggon and Harness.
Boggy andl Harness. PIlantation 'l'uols, House
hold antd Kitchen Fuiriiture.
Said property will be sold on a credit ol
twelve muonths, escept for all sums under five
dollars. which will be required int cash. Pnir
chasers still be required to give note and two
approved securities. The property not changed
until the terms of sale are cnmplied with, and
f resoled, at the risk of ihe first purchaser.
GEORGE D. HIUIET. and
JOSEP11 G. RUTH IERFORD,
Nut. 21, St 43
BY on order fromi the Ordinary of Edgefleld
District, I shall proceed to se-l on WVED,
NESDAY the 19th day of December next, am
the late residence of Riichard Coleman,'dec'd.,
nil the personal paroperrty of said beceased, nut
bequeathed, coheisting of
TWENTY LIKELY NEGROES,
Three Road Wagons and Harness, two Yokt
of Oxen aiid two Ox Carts, one Buggy arid Hiir.
ness, stock of H orses, Mn tles, Cuttde, H ogs amid
Sheep, Corn, Fodder and Dnis. Plantatimi
Tools. HIouusehold and Kitchen Furitu ire.
Said prop~erty wvill be sold on a credit 01
twelee months with note and two) approved
securities, except for sumns uder five dollar,
which will be required ini cash. The property
not changed until the terms of sale are complied
with, and if resold, at the risk of the first par
chaser. WM. A. STROTH ER.
Nov. 21, 4l 44
BY ani order fronm the Ordinary or Edgefield
District, I shall proceed to sell on F R DAV
thes 21st day of December next, all the personal
property or Jacob Paow. dcee'd., fansisting ol
about THIRTY NEGROES. a' large mirmibet
of Hogs, Cattle, Horses, Corn and Fodder,
and Kitchen Furniture, &c., &c.
All of the above prouperty will be tsold on a
credit of twelve months. The purchasers will
be required to give notes with two or inore ap'
proved sureties. Sumuis under $5 dollars cash,
H.R. 8 PA NN, Adinistrator,
JOE L HILL, in right of his wife.
Nov.21-, 5t 44
U ND ER the last Will af Stanmore Watson,
dec'dl., and at the late residence of the
said Watson, I will sell to the highest bidder
on the 10th day of Decetmber next.
F[VE OIR SIX LIKELY NEGROES,
two fine 3Mules, otis pair Steers, fifty fat Hlogs,
and fifty Stock H ogs, and other articles.
The above property will be sold on a credil
irrmil thte 1st day of January, 1852, With interest
from the lst day ofJanuary next: for all aunts
over twenty dollars. with note ignd two go'id
sureties, anad under twenty dollars. cash.
189.t W~ATSON, Eia'or.
Not. 21,189 343
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
T OLLED before me by Rlichard Berry. an
eatray sorrel maro mule, of ordinary
height, light made, marks of gear about hem
shoulders; supposed to be 10 on 12 years ol
age arid appraised at $50.
J. QUATTLEBUM, M. E. D.
Oct 8, 184 4tm.. 3
SELLING.OFF AT COST
T HE Subscriber hiving determined
- to close his btisinpss ofTers his entire
bock of goods at COST FOR CASH.
There is a latge Stock -of seasonable
Goods on hand, many of them bought this
Fall at the lowest figure.
Persons desirous of availing th-mselves
of this opportunity to buy CHEAP fur
CASH, will do well to call early.
S. F. GOODE.
Oct ober 29, 1849.
A LL Persons indebted to the Subscri
ber, or Goode & Sullivan, previous
to the first of' January last, are earnestly
requested to call aud settle withont delay.
S. F. d.
Oct. 24, lot 40
.Vew Fail X' Winter Goods.
WILLiAM H. CRANE,
AS just received by the latest arrivals
from New York, a large and splendid as
sortment of DRY GOODS which were selec
ted by myself aid which he will sell as low as
any other mnerchant ino the City.
Rich Emnbtoaded Lace Capes and stanup Collars
Rich Saitini DeChiie and Chanitihon Silks,
Finie Black aid Colored Merinues and Thibet
Rich plain and figured Cashmers and DeLanes,
Black. Mode and other Coltied Alpaccas,
Black Canton Cloth for Moinrniig,
Rich figured Puritannas for Dresses,
A large assortment Miuslin De Laie,
Gio.ghains, Ptints and Shirtings very eheap,
Irisli Liens, Loiniglwns and Giambrick Hand
Turkey-red Cambric, Drapery Muslins.
Fine Cashmere and Plaid Shawls.
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, and 1Rentucky
Silk, Cotton, Casihmere and Alliaaaia Hosery.
Fine giired an'd plain Furniture Dlimitry.
11-4.12-4 fine ribbon bound Whitney Blakets,
8-4 9-4 Heavy lluffle Blankets,
Augusta Shirtings and Kerseys, at Manifac
tires prices, together with a great variety of
other articles which will be sold very low and
in which lie would respectfully invite the aften
lion of those who visit Augusta ror the purpose
of pichasiaig Gonds.
f New Goods received weekly by the
Nov. 7, 1849. 4t 42
Edgefield Female Institute.
M R. ROBERT H. NICHOLLS, who
hats for the last three years land tharge
of the Fuller Institute, Greenwood, Abbeville
District, and who has accepted the aunanilmons
invitation of the Trustees of the Edgefield Fe
male Institutite, to become the Razton of that
Institution. feels mnuch plensure in announcinlg
this arrangement to the public and especially to
his numerons patrons in Edgefield District.
It is hin intention, on the second Minday in
Jaiary next. to open a schc.ol in Edgeflield
Village, wherein every accomplishment, Lite;
rary. Selentifl, and Ornamental, nacessary to
a perfect female education may be acquired,
and whereby parents miy be spared the L-*.
pense o sending theia daughters to those dis
tances from hoime, which are dlways sources of
pain and often prejudicia'
An expreren fi .mnw than tenu- fuAn -
Every accomplishment is. however, carried to
its highest grade, and aided by superior and
numnerous Assistants, all tnecessary musical
instrumnenits and philosophical apparatua, lie
trusts he my receive a continuance of that lihe
ral patrondge, which he hais fur years enjoyed
in Edgeifield, Abbeville, Lautenis, and Newberry
Thie RECTr refers to the Advertisement of
the Trustees, and to the following gentlernen
dov. DAyrD.JoHussoa, I Hon. W. J. Gatdsos,
Col. F HI. Ea.aoas, IDr. Wat MoaLE.sv
Col. L. Hf. MinsDY, IDr. Jorrs Natnotsosa,
M~essrs JEFFEI~i, COSIlRAN ? Co., &e.
A proispectius of Plains, Inattuctoru, dhdd
Termis, will shiorily be published.
Edgefield C. Hi., Nov.8, 184'J.
gT Th'le Southern Baptist. Temietsnce Ad.
vacate, H ambuarg Republican and Laurenasville
IHea id, will pleaase insert weekly uniJanuary,
and torward inchr accounts to this office.
Nov. 14, 7t 4
- A Teacher Wfanted
T.O take charge of the R ED B3ANK AcadE
.kmy. Otie well eptalihied to teach the
Languages. would be preferred. Recoinmen
dationas of morals and character, till b-e requtir-.
ed, as well as gnalificatinas. For further par
ticulars, apply to
W. DANIEL. ,.
W. S. MIOBLEY, -I
.INO. JENNINGS. Sr.
BENJ. ETH ERIDGE, I
B. S. CGdURN. j?
Not. 14, 1849. tI 4
T3 IlS is to forwarn all persons from tra
..daing for twe notes given by me to' Rich
ard Griflin some ime last Spring, one for ihtee
huandred dallars, and the oilier fur fity dallars,
as said Griffin Ims done me a serious injuty and
absconded. I am determined not to' pay them
unless compelled by hgw.
Nov. 2. 1849, Wm ~ 42DON
ALTL PERSONS indebted tn the under
1.sig ned either by Note or book account,
are earniestly entreated to make payment be,
tweten nraw and January next, (1850,) us I anm
closing u p my business in H Iambnirg. A ftet
this notice, and payments not maude ttithin the
time nientionied above, I hople those indebted te
tme, wvill not think it nnfair if they find theif
notes and accounts in the hatnde of proper offi
cers for coilettion.
eJ. J. H OWA RD.
P. S.-Should I be absent at any time, nmy
Books ail notes will be left ina the haands oh
Messrs. Brindley, Rosamrond & Smith. to whom
paym'ettt itaj be made. J. .1. H.
Nov. 14, 4t . .43.
A LL persons inidebtedh to the Estate of John
Pow, deceased, are earnestly reguested to
inale immediate payment, and all those hatting
demands against said Estate, are alad requzested
to present according to bavi.
A. JONES, Adm'r.
Oct. 31 .f 41
A4Sppy of' Northean Apples, W. I. Oran..
gen, Pune Apples. Bananas. Plantains,
Cocoanuts. Raisin., Prounes, Lemons, Almonds,
Pecans. Currants, Citron &c. kepit constantly
on hand, and fur sale byI.A.K RCK
hamurgNo. 7 181. if 42NRCK
T HE Subscribers will continue offering
their Stock of GOODS at cost until
Thursday the 29th inst. on which day they will
offer the renainder at Auction.
R. CAUSSE & CO.
N. B.-All persons indebted to the concern
of R. Causse A Co. are particularly reqested
to call and settle without delay.
R. C. &e CO.
Nov 7 tr 42
louse and Lot for Sale!1
A- HE Subscriber ofilra for
..M sae in the Village of Edge
" field, his VALUABLE HOUSE
AND LOT, being sitihated in
the centre of the Village, near the Public
Square, aild immediately oi Main Street.
bounded on the tear, and one side by Streets,
is among the most elegible situations in the
The Dwelling House is commodiouv amd
in good tepait.-A liberal credit will be
given. If not disposed of by the first Mod
day in December, the premises will be sold
without reserve, at Auction.
In the Subscribers absence, applicatiob catt
be made to H. R. Spann, Eq..
S. W. KENNERLY.
Oct. 30. if 41
Constantly on Raad,
AND STILL RECEIVING I
W E have to day received per Steatner
SoUTHrnENiS, from New-76rki el
tensive additions to our already large and
superior STOCK of GOODS.
Among our recent arrivals are
Plain and Figured Black Silkse
Striped and Watered do,
Plain and Figured col'd do.
1.2 doz, Paris Swiss Robes, (ot etflihg
Some Now and beautlfd Styles of Gieg.
Mourning Collars, Laces, &c.
FoR TEC Gi-TLktV.
Superior Black and Fancy Cassimars,
A beatiful assortment of Office and Ivet
2 or 8 pieces Ingrained, and thtea Ply
Flesh Englib, Dairy and Pine Apple
" Makcaroni, Fruits. W,
BLAND & BrLl
Oct. 30, 1849. if dl
W ILL be sold to the highest biddet on the
seventh day of November riut.. the
Real ant Personal Estate or the late James T.
Gray, deceased, as follows:
i One enti-e thet of land, containiiig, by re
ceit survey, eleven thousand nine hundred and
seventy-seven (11,977) acres, sithated on the
waters or tie Savannah Riverand Sell Creek,
Barnwell Di6trict. S. C. There dre about fif
teen hundred (1500) acres cleated land. well
adaptedi to the cultivation of Coitn ind Grain.
There is erected on StebI Creek, about one
aid i half miles from thie RivEr, a -Saw MiX,
containing two saws, *ith sufficient water pow
er to drive a Griat 1i4I and Saw Gin as former.
ly. The river land is heavily timbered with
the growth or Oak, Hickory, Poplar and Cy
press., adjcent tio the. Mill the growth of the
tnlaund (hn'" "'--'"""-- a 't consists
The personal property consists of twentty-sia'
(26) Nesroes, about one hiimdred (100) head of'
Cattle. fifteenm M ales ad. H orses, a large n..
hair of stock hlog, Sheep, Honsehold-and
Kitchen Furnitut e, Plan iation and Blacksmidh'r
Tools, fromn seventy five io eighty bags of Cot-.
t, frntuasiA toeight (hddlsand bushels of Corn,
Fodder. Peas. &d. &e.
At the same time and place, by eonasent of
parties, the trnci. or iisets of land, kuros n as
Gray's Hammack, irno part of Sta,'e inrand,
adjoiirg thre abnve. Containing about five Itun
dred and sixty (560) acres. Also,. one other
tract on Telfair's Island. on thte Savatnnah Riv
er, contasining forty (40) acres, known as the
Dogierry. D.RDS ectr
Beach Island. Sept. 6, .1S4.f. 6t 38
'hladTERMS OF SALE.
Th (linon a credit of one, two and three
years. payaitenit in beseeted by bond. mortgage
and persoinal security. Thie personal property
(with ih6 esbeptiodt of the eCotton, which will he
sold for dashl, on a credit of twelve months with
imterest from dater payment to be secured by
Note and two apprdived securities. The above
stile is postponed to the fifth (5th) of Dcember
next.- D. ARDIS.
Land & Negroes for Sale.
3 1H E Stibscriber desirous of quiting thet
1 fdrmting business, will offer for sale at
public otcry, to the highest bider, on Wed
nesddy thie-5th oif December next, hes valuable
plantation situate about 7 :niles frosm Edgefiekt
C.- H. on the Newberry Road.
The Tract contains 500 acres, more or less.
being a part of the plantation formerly owned
by Maj, .i. S. Jeter. deceased. On the premi
sea are a comfortable dwehing, suitable for' a
small family tad several ot baidla. 200
acres of said tract is well timbered.
Also eleven likely ynntng Negroes, consisting
of men. women itnd children. Also the pre
sent yeats Crop, consisting of Corn. Fode
and 'Oats. Horses and Cattle,antd Plantation
Teams-The land will bie mold on a credit of
dhfe and two years iNote and approved secinri
lies. wvith interest from date. The Negroes,
Crop. and Stuck, oiie-thitd cash, the balance
12 months ctedit by Note and kppt ored' secu
N. I. BLACK.
T H E Saubscriber intending to relinqniah
B.the lpradilce of Medicine at the xpira,
tiotn of the year, retunn his tnnfeignetd hatika
for the liberal patronage extended to hinm. being
anxious to adljust his aceutnts, respectfully re
quest thns indebted to make payment by Gasia
or Note, prior to that date. His services as a
cnsaritittg physician, can be obtniined en all oc
casions, unless when professiniatly engaged.
WM. D. JENNINGS-, Mr. D.
Oct. 10, 1849. tf 38.
DR.IH. M. TOMPEINS, respectfully oft
fers his professional sesvices after the ex
piration of the year, in the practice of Merdi
cne, Sanrgery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizen.
of Dark Corner and its vicintisy. Office at Dr.
W. D. Jennirrgs.
Oct. 10. 1849. tf 39
T HE ubsciberhaving purchased of Mr.
un. ode, his residence in the Village,
hremoved to the saine.
E. F. TEAGUE, M. .
Sep. 12, 1en .e .34