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TuE OLD XaID S PRAYE.
MARRY IN HASTE AND RErENT AT LEISURE.
Propitious heaven! oh, lend me an ear,
Give a kind answer to my prayer,
Lo! here I come with due subinission,
And humbly oler my petition.
I ask not honor, wealth or faiie,
Trifles like these I wou!d not name;
Nor splendid dress, nor rich attire,
Tia none of these I most admire.
My prayer is short, oh grant it then;
Tis but a word, give me a man !
Nor would I wish to pick and choose,
lie who is sent I'll not refuse.
Tis not the gay, the rich, the brave
The heroic maian, or parson grave;
I'd be content; I'm sure I can,
With any elever commoW moni.
My beauty fades, my bloom decays,
Increasing wrinkles mark ny face,
My languid checks grow pa!e and wan,
I cannot yet obtain a man.
When vernal bloom blushed in my race,
And every tongtie pronoitnwed my praise,
To me gay lovers made their court,
But none could move my haughty heart.
Ye happy days how are ye past,
And I am left a maid at last !
And justly too, for I've neglected
Thos4e whom I ought to have respected.
,Forgive kind heaverr, my tears shall tell
What sorfow in my heart does dwell;
View with propitious eye my grief,
And find a man for my relief!
GENUINE POETRY.-There is so little
genuine poetry now? a days; that its quite re
freshing to meet occasionally with so beau
tiful a gem as the fullowing. None but those
who have felt the tender passion, can appre.
ciate the intensity of the poet's feelings. It
of course must be surmised that Miss Ela
beth-endearingly called Miss Betsy -was a
charming girl, and well worth the Poet's
adoration. Notice the beauty and sublimity
of the following lines.:
"My love she is my heart's deliglrt;
Her name it is miss Bt.y,
Il go and see her tlds very night,
If heaven and mother'll let me."
But alas! for the mortification and disap
pointment that poets are doomed to suflfr.
On the head-board of this young man's bed;
the chamber maid found, writted in chalk,
the following morning:
"I loved- Miss Betsy-well I did,
And I went there for to tell her,
But like to goose grease qjuick I shid
For she had another feller."
OUR Mrs. Neppins, "on old Long Is
and's sea-girt shore," bids fair to become
famous through the exertion of her chroni
cler. Hear him yet farther: " Mrs. Neppins
wei.t to camp-meetin' here last week, and
on being asked if she lov-ed the Lord, re
plied: " Wall I ain't got nothing ag'in
" Also, her son, " Conklin Neppins, ate
for a wager a whole roast goose, and then
drank up the oily gravy ; and being asked
if it would not make him sick," replied that
the goose sot 'a elI enough onto his stum
rmick, and as for the gravy, he thought that
the grease would kind o' work out of his
skin ! But it did make him sick, for wvhen
our captain met Mrs. Neppins and asked
after her Eo'1 s'.e i-ej-lied :
" Wal he enjoys very poor health ; but
this mornin' he complains of feeling better."
"What is the nmtter with him?''
" Wal," replied Mrs. Feppuins, he's kind
o' troubled wtith a dreadl risin' of his
A VoUcuEn-A man once went to pur
chase a horse of a Quaker.
"Will he draw ?" asked the buy-er.
" Thee wiill be pleased to see him drawi
friend," answred Nehemiahi. The bargain
was closed, and the farmer tried his horse,
but he would not stir, He returned:
"'The horse will not draw an inch."
"I did not tell thee he wiould draw, friend,"
said the Quaker, " I only said thee would be
pleased to see him draw, and so should I,
but he never wotuld gratify mue in that re
"1Tr is a very singular thing," said a tail
or's apprentice to his master, as the latter
wtas pressing a bob-tailed coat, that the more
there is of some thing, the less there is"
" Ilowi can that be!" said the tailor.
"Why, there's that bob-tailed coat-the
less you make the tail the more bob it is !"
aybe the goose didn't fly about that
AN lntsu LAwrEn recently addressed the
Court as "gentlemen" instead of "your
honors." A fter he had concluded, a brother
of' the bar reminded him of his error, lie
immediately rose and thus apologized:
" May it please the Court, in the heat of
the debate I called yonr honors gentlemen.
I made a great mistake, your honors, and
you will please excuse me."
A GOOD sTORY is told of a gentleman,
whose eight or ten clerks had bored him to
death with conundrums. Going home one
evening, he was stopaped in front of a closed
s:ore by a countryman, who asked
"Can you tell me, my friend, why this
store is closed I"
"Go to blazes !" cried he, "with your
conundrums. I've been bored to death with
'em these three weeks."
A GENTLEXAN having a horse that started
and broke his wife's neck, a neighboring
squire told him he wished to purchase it for
his wvife to ride0 upon.
" No,"~ replied the other, "no I will not
sell the little fellow", I intend to marry again
"Din you say that my brother Jem
~dn't know as much as Smith's yellow
" No ; I said Smith's yellow dog knew
more thani youar brother Jem."
A Y-OUNG GENTLEMAN of Detroit, who
has of late been much afllicted by palpitation
of the heart, says lhe has found considerable
.alief by pressing another palpitating heart
tb his bosom.
A UOUSE AND LOT containing allodt two
acres, one andI a half miles fl'om Edgefield on
time Columbi Roand. There tare on the Lot a well
of good water and all necessary outbuild-ings for a
The place will be sold for Cash or on time,
tho' purchase money being amply secured-and
immediate posion giftr. Apply at this Office.
Feb 3- tf 5
A Sthe time for sowing Wheat is near at hand
we we would say to the Farmers that we have
large quantity of the above article in Store.
F. M. N[IHOLAS.
n..t13 tf 39i
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WM. H. CRANE)
H AS JUST received a large andl extensive as
sortuient of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
His assortment of 1)11ESS GOODS is large-;
rich and faslilUnable, to which he would invite the
attention of those visiting the City. Among them are
Heavy Rich Broende Si;ks,
Rich Pain and Figured Chainelion Silks,
Superior Velvet Ottoman Silks, a new and dura
ble article for Ladies Dresses,
Rich Lustered Black Gro DeRhine,
Plain Watered and Satin Striped Popfini;
Supefor Black Ottoman Silk, very fashionable,
Rich Plaid and Striped Silks,
Fine French Printed DeLaines and Cashmeres,
Superior plain French Mcrinos and Cashieres,
Fine Black Bomibazine and Alpacca,
Fine Second Mourning French DeLaines,
Fine Black Silk Warp Mlerino,
Black and Colored Plain DeLanes,
launlsome low prieed DeLaines, froma 121 to 371.
Second Mourning Giughans and Calico,
Pink, Blue, Green and Cherry Flannels1 for
Cloaks and Stcks,
A large assortnient Mantillas, Paris Cloaks and
Sacks, of the newest styles,
Fine Brocha, Cashmere and Plaid Shawls,
A laige assortment of Prints and Ginghams,
Black and Colored Rid Gloves, 75ets per pair,
Fine Furniture Dimtaty and Fringes,
8-4, 10-4 Fine Table Diaper and Clothe,
Rich Denmark Worsted for Curtains,
Embroiderod Muslin Curtains,
Uluckaback and Linen Towelling,
Velvet Ribbons, Lace Gimp and other Trimmings,
Ladies, Gents and Mises Cotton Hosiery,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetts and Tweeds,
Brown and Bleached Shirting and Sheetings, all
kinds and very celtap,
Dufl-l and Whitney I lankets,
Blue Homespun, Alixod Plaines, Kersey$ and Os
naburgs at Factory prices.
The above, togeth,:r with almost every dwerip
tion of Goods usually kept in a Dry Goods Stor,
he offiersat VERY LOW P1RCES.
W Planters and their familics will do well to
call and examine his assolrtment, at the first Dry
Goodis Store, below the United 4tatus Hotel.
rNi N. B.-New Goods received every week.
Nov 10 t 43
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,'
to me directed, I Shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield' Court House, on the first Monday
and Tuesday following in December next, the
following property, in the foilowing cases, viz
Edmund Atcheson & others,
Douglass Robertson and John Hill.
M. L. Bonham and others, Sureties,
Wright, Nichols & Co.,
Hill & Wardlaw.
One House and Lot, in Pottersville, known
as the Brazier Lot, containing one acre, more or
less, and well improved.
One other Lot known as the Gibbs Lot, con
taining two acres, more or less.
ThIe Homestead Lot, on which the Defendant
Hill resides, containing five acres, more or less,
and well improved with all necessary out
One other Lot known as the Rhodes Lot,
containig une aefe, mre or less, and well im
One other Lot, known as the faiy Gibbs Lot,
containing one acre, more or hess, and well im
These Lots are all situated in the Villtge of
Pottersville, on the East and WVest side of the
Cambridge Road, and adjoihing lands of F. W.
Pickens, Johnt Kirksev anad others.
Also, the Tract of 'Land, known as the Dun
tonsville Tract, situate at thte junction of the
Abbeville and Cambridge Roads, containing
Two hundred acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of John Chteathamn, B. F. Strom and others.
Said Tract is well twatered and in a high state
Also, Ten Likely Negroes, viz: Mary and
her daughter Cloe, Frances atnd her thtree chil
dret Elick, Guss and Jane, Malinada and her two
children Pearce and Martha, and otte man
Also, one Lot of fine Burggies, Coachtes attd
Rockawvays; one Two Horse Wagon atnd lHar
tess ; one Lot of' Uttfinished Work ; two Sets of
BItcksttiths Tools, new, full and complete;
Bench Tools ; Tritmming Tools; Paints atnd
Oils: Paint Mill; Stock of Lumber, Iron and
Steel; a Lot of fine Double antd Sintgle Hiar
Also, Otne pair of Horses, two Single Horses,
Cattle, Corn aud Fodder, Pecas, [Potatoes, Shucks
Plantationt Tools, and a fine Lot of Household
:mnd Kitchen Furntiture, and other atrticles too te
dions to enumerate.
Also, one excellent Piatno Forte, in good re
rTe Land and Negroes w~ill be sold at the
Court house door, and the balance of the pr-o
perty att the residence and shop of' the De-fend
ant John Hill, in Pouttersville. Terms made
known on day of saile.
Wright, Bull & Co., vs Caleb Mitchell, one
House and Lot, in the Village of P'ottersville,
containing four acres, tmore or less, adjoitting
lands of F. WV. P'ickens and others, tupon which
is a Carriage Shop, Blacksmnith Shop atnd other
necessary out-buildings, now occupied by John
Matt Ardis vs John Maralt and wife, a Tract
of land containing one thousand (1000) acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of D. J. Walker,
A. J. Ratmbo and others.
James H. Blease, vs. Milledge B. Wever and
John R. WVever, the tract of' land where the de
fendant M. B. Wever resides, containing live
hundred acres, mnore or less, adjoining latnds of
J. R. Wever, James Swecarengin, James L. lill
LEWVIS JONES, s. E. D.
Nov 3 185-2 5te 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
M. L. Gearty.
I N Pursuance of an Order from Judge With
ers, in this case, I shall proceed to sell on
the first Monday in December next, all thtat Lot
of Latd on Centre Street, in the Town of 1Ham.
burg, known in the pilan of said Town as No.
283, containing fifty feet front on Centre Street,
and running batck tiro hundred feet, bounded by
Centre Street on the West, on the South by
Lot No 284, North by Lot No 282, and East by
Lands known as the'Fair Tract, together with
all and singular, the rights, memburs, heredita
ments and atpputrtenatnces to the said premises,
belonging or in anywise incident or appertain
TER.Ms-A credit utntih the first Monday in
January next. The Titles to be-signed but not
delivered until the money be paid.
LE W'IS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov 3rd, 1852. 5te -t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Philip McCarty and wife et al,)
Win. Chesley Goff' and others.
BI)Y Virtue of an1 Order fron- H. T. Wright,
iEsq., Ordinary off Edgefield bistriet, I
will proceed to sell on the first Monday in De
ember next, at Edgefield C. House, a tract of
land belonging to the estat e of Etmsley Goff,dec'd,
situated on Bever Damn Creek, cota~ining two
htndred and seventy (270) acres, fuore or less,
adjoining lands of Amos McGraw, J. B. Smith,
Wesley Corley and others, on a credit of twelve
months. Purchaser required to give bond with
sufficient security, and a mortgage to the Or
dinary, to secure the purchase money.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. I.
Nov8 4t 43
Oranges and Lemons,
TJCST received and for sale by.
Nov 10:N t 'HOL 3
RICHx FM&L DRY GoeD3.
B'EG to inform the public, that their Fall Stock
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now complete. In addition to our Store we lidie
adiled a handsome
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabrics of
the season, at the lowest New York eash prioes.
A mong which are:
Rich Brocade Dress SILKS and SATTNS
Extra fine white and black Brocade Silks and
Satins; plain and Chamelion do.:
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich Irish Poplins and
Rich colored and bltck Silk Veliet4
Rich Satin Uroche Cashnieres;
Extra fine Satits, American:
Black and White Watered Silks;
Plain black Silks, all widths:
Small figured black Silks; Half Mourning Silks,
Black and colored Alpaeas and Bombasinee;
Black and colored Brocade Alpacas;
French and English Merinos and Cashmeros; -
Muslin Delaines, Ginghams and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices ;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be found, the latest styles of colored and
black VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and comfortable,
Bl'k, Colld and Watered Silk Mantillas, of all kinds,
Long and Square Woolen Shiaws, in great variety
'lain Crape Shawls, very low priced,
A few extra rich Emb. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keop all the favorito brands or
KICRSEYS, OSNABURGS and BLANKHTS %,
and e.in ntlhrd to sell them at factory prices as well
as our neighbors.
Sple'al attention is requested to 50 bales of the
best K linSE Y ever brought South, (bought at auo
tion,) 5 cents per yard less than factory prices,
Satinets, .Jeans,''hveedu, Cloths, Casehuores, and
Flannels of all kinds,
A nil a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we request the attention of the public.
Oct ,G tf 41
New Fall Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received their full supplies of Staple and
F.mey DRY GOODS, puitable for the pre
sentt season, embracing one (if the largest assort
ments they have ever offered to the public, among
Rich Fancy Dress SILKS, of now and elegant
Saierior Plain and Figured Black SILKS, in a
great variety of styles;
White Glace, Brocade and White and Black Wa
Paris Printed DELA INES, for Ladies' Dresses, of
rich and beautifulstyles:
Small Figur-:d DELAINES, (all wool) for Chil
Superior Mourning DELAINES, (all wool) of new
nod beautiful styles;
Superior Plain Colared French MERINOS, and
Plain Colored DELAINES, of beautiful shades;
Superior Plain White and Blaek DELAINES, and
White and B!aek .M PRINOS:
French, English and A merican PRINTS, of new
and b-autiful stv!es;
Superior Fancy anid mourning GINGHAMS and
Plain Colored FLANNELS, for Ladies' Sacks:
Super:or Welch, Gauze and Silk Warp FLAN
Rieh White. Black and Fancy Co!o-d Crape
Bamtatean Scoteh' Long 511IA WLS, of beautiful
Ladies' Plain Black Cassiinere , Thtibet Wool and
Cashmere SiI AWLS. foir Mlourning :
Ladies' Black BOMilA ZJN ES, Black CIHJA LLY,
BI'k A LPACA A8, and BI'k Canton CLOT HS ;
Superior 12-4 -Linen and Cotton SHEE TINGS;
Superior 8-4 and 10-4t U~nmask DIAPERS, and
Damask Table CLOTHRS and N APKINS ;
HUCKABACKS and Scotch DlAP'ERS, for
Furniture DIMITIES and Cotton FRINGES, a
large supply ;
A full supplly of Ladlies', Gentlemen's, Youtht's and
Misses' H OSIE RY ;
Ladies' Silk and Velvet MANTILLAS, of new
and beautiful styles ;
Ladies' Silk and Velvet CLOAKS, of the latest
Tapestry,'\'elvet, Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrain and
Venetian CA RPE TS, of rich andl elegant styles;
With almost every article usually kept in a Dry
Goodls Store, required for F'amily or Plantation use,
and to all oif which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of the public.
Oct 20 tf 40
New Goods, New Goods.
Tp 11 l Subseriber is now receiving a large and full
Lsupp lly of
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODs,
At mong which ay be. foumi
Lat-st Style-s Coiloved, SI l.l.S.
Supieriorlilac-k and tiginred SILKS,
C.\8h31IM6 oRlSif heautifnl patterns.
Eniglish, Frenach and American MF.RINOS, all
Per.-ian and .\merican DE LA INES,
Cohnurgs, sonme high C.ottons for Chiirdts wear.
Bilactk antd Ciilored A L LTAI'A CAS-all qualities.
Canto. n Clo ths tanid Homaui.ines,
.A merican, Fre-nchm andi Scote.h G INGIH A MR,
" " Englishm PRINTS, s/heap.
Brownatand Bleached Table D.AMASK, warrant
ed all Linen.
Brown mid Bleach Table Cloths. in Patterns,
"6 " Towels and Towelling, some very
Brown and Bleached Napkins.
Btird Eye, Scotch andl American Diapers.
16 al Irish Linens. un.bleached.
Figured Furniture Dimity, a beautiful article.
Colored " " for Spreads and Cur
Fnrniture Fringe, a great variety.
Flannels, all qumalities anil colors.
Bleached and Brown Sheetingii, all widths and
40 inch Pillow Case-Cotton.
" " "L " Linens.
9(, 10}, 114 and 124 Whitney Blankets.
Rhihon bound lankets, a splendid article.
White and Grey Negro Blankets, sonmo extra
Imperial Ingran and three ply Carpeting.
Cas~sinmers, sattinets, Tweceds, Woolinets ad all
the late styles of Woolens for Gent's and Youth's
Ladies' and Gents' Merino under vests.
" " "6 Silk " "
Jiosery and Gloves, a full assortment.
Chemisettes, French Marked Collars anid under
Silk Hfeal Dresses,-Buflfalo and Shell Combs.
Unair and Tooth Brushes, Cologns, Extracts, fancy
Carpet Bags, Port Monies, Purses, &c.
Good assortment of Ladies, Misses, Youths and
Georgia Plains and Stripes, tat Factory prien.
Neithcr time or expense las. been spared to make
this Stock as full and complete as anay in A ugusta.
With long experience in this husiness, and facilities
for buying not surpassted by any, and wvith a deter
mination to lbe undersold by none, I respectfully in
vite all thcse trading to this market to call and look,
before going to another State.
HI. B. JACKSON.
JHamblurg, Sept. 24lth, 1!<52.
Sept. 29 2m. 39.
A~ LIL Persons indebted to the Estate of R. Platt
Brunson, dee'd., are respietfully notilled to
miake immediate piayment, and those having d
mnamis against said estate will present them forthwith,
S USld M.* B141NSONAldm'ix.
ROBERT LANIER, Adm:'or.
Oct 20 tf 40
A LL Notes due the Subscriber, individually or
.1as Executor, are pfaced' in the Bank of 1lam
burg, for collection. Those indvbted will please
make immediate payment.
Dr. John M. Galphin, will act as my A ttorney,
during my absence froma the State.
De~c 211, tf 7
A LL2 Persons indebted to the Subscriber hy note
.or op)en accounit, are earnestly requested to
make paymerit by ori befot'e the ir-st of Jannnat~y next.
- LOOK OUT LAND BUYERS!
THERE will besold on the,
Foirteen day of December - .
next, at the latb residence of
Col. John Gaskins, deb'd., 'k
that VALU E A, BkAUTIFUL and FERTILB
tract of Lanil, known as the
Winter Seat Place,
Containing Eight hundred and. eighty-one (881)
Acres, about three hundred and fifty of wiich ae
in a high state of cultiva'tion (which the present erop
will show) the balance in fine Wood Land adopted
to the growth of Corn, Cotton and small Grain.
There are on the premises a large and continodi
ous Dwelling,an excellent Store-house and Counting
Room, Negro Houses,- and all other out buildings
necessary for the farmer. There is an excellent
well of water in the yard, sufflcieit for all Stock
and traveling purposes in the dryest season.
This is one of the best stands for a Publie TITouse
aud Store on the rond between Abbeville ad A u
gusta. All those wi.4ing to farm and Mierchandize
will never have a butter opportuntiy td buy as good a
plae. Also, another Tractealled
THE COTTAGE TBACT,
Containing one thousand and twenty-five (1025)
acres, abont two hundred of which are in a fine
state of cultivation, about two hundredin convenivint
pasture, and the balance in good Woodland. Thei'e
are on this Tract a neat and well finished Dwelling,
an excellent framed Gin-House and Screw and ll
other out buildings of good quality.
TIheroare on the two places about one hundred
aet ev of fine bottom land equal to any on I lard La
bor Creek. There are also on these tracts about
twelve hundred acres of finely timbered land, well
situated for a Steam Saw and Grist Mill.
The whole Tract contains Nineteen hundred and
fifty acres, well suited for the profitable enp:oy ment
of forty or fifty hands.
All those desirous of purchasing good land, in a
social and renarkbly healthy community, are
respectfully solicited to give. the above lands a
personal examination beftore purebasing elsewhere.
Said Tracts will be sold on a credit of one, two
and three years, with interest from date. The 1.ir
chaser to gire bond and approved security and a
mortgnge of the premises to secure paymeut, if
A. G.. GASKINS,
JOhIN W. McKimLAR,
J. S. SPEARMAN.
Nov 3 6t d-2
Er The Newberry Sentinel, South Carolini:i,
Charl-ston Mercury and Abbeville Banner are re
unested to copy the above weekly until day of sale,
anud forward bills to this Office immediately.
W ILL be sold on Tuesday the 14th of Deeemn
V ber next, at the late residence of Col. John
Gaskins, dee'd., all the personal property of sa'd
deceased, cousisting of
Thirty-Five Likely Negroes,
A large Stock of Cattle, among which are two
Yoke of fine young well broke Oxen, and several
fino mileh Cows.
One pair of fine young well broke Horses,
One fine single Haruess IHorse,
Six fine Mule, Stoek of Sheep,
75 or 80 head of Bncon and Stock lags,
2000 Bushels of orn,
3,000 Bushels Cotton Seed, 2,000 Do7. Oats,
50,000 lbs Fodder, Lot of Seed Wheat, Cow Peas
and Sweet Potatoes,
A FINE GOLD LEVER WATCH.
One Fine Carriage and harness, One Buggy and
larnew, and Two Road Waggous.. Also, a lot of
Household & Kitchen Furniture,
Plantation Timls, Two Gins, One Grain Thresher
and a great many other articles unnecessary to nane.
Th% above property will be sold on a crelit of
twelve mnonths. Purchsasera to give notes with at
least two approved securities. All seume of and
under S10 will be required in Cash.
The right anid title of property not ch-mnged util
thec terms of sale arc cotmplied with, and if resold it
will be at the risk of the former purchaser.
gg Thse Sale will coammaenee at 10 o'clock.
ii. Tr. WRIGHT', Adma'or.
Nov 3 6t 42
I WILL proced to sell Thuraday the lIfth of
..Decmber tnext, at tli te residlence of Col. Li.
H. Mundy, dee'd., all toet of said
deoeased, consisting of
A large portion saf .vkomn arc nmen and l.kely young
boys, a large Stock of Horses, Mules, Cattle ,sad
I logs, the present Croap of Corn, Foddelr, Oats, &c..
I Iouse. hld atnd Kitchen Furniture, 3]'lantationt To~ ols,
ke., with manay other articles unnecessary to mesn
Thle above property willl be soldl on e reditt of
twelve monthss-prhasets to give noites witha two,
approved securities. All sums of and under i*20,
Tfhe righst of property will not be chsnged ,umtil
the termas of sale are compilied wvitha, andl it resold it
will b~e at the ri.-k of the frmier puce.
Er The Sale will connnence at 10) o'clock.
11. Tr. WRIGhT, Adm'i..
IV E Will proceed to sell to the haighiest hid d'er,
VT at th e bate residence of .Johln Falkner, dee'd.,
on Wedlnesdhay the first day of Decembater necxt, all
the Estate, both real and personazl or said deceased,
(except that portion that is otherwise disposed of,)
as fidlosws, viz:
Seventeen very Likely Young Negroes
Two Roadl Wagons, Yoke Oxen a:nd Cart, Ilorses,
Mie. Cattle, I logs, Sheep, Corn, Foddelr, tiats.
Oine Gin llead, Set 13lackanaithas Tools, a variety o
Mechannies Tools, Hounohold and Eitchent Furnituire,
with various other artieless too numerous to mention.
Two Tracts of Laund, viz.:-One kanown ns thec
Clbreath Tract, lying on the Casmbriele Ro'ad. ,on-.
taining Onse hundred andi thirty-two (I 3l4) acres,
sore or less, andl adjoining lands of Lewis Itledsoe,
Estate of Benj. Stevens, dee'd., and others.
The other known as thte Stroud Tract, contain
ing One haundredl and eighty-nine (I189) acrecs. msore
or less, and adjoininag lands of J. S. Enozzard, -
Stidhlam., J. Landruma and others.
Said Estate will be sold on a credit of twelve
months, with note nnd two apiproved securities, ex
ept sums unader $5,00 which will be requiared in
All persons having demands aigaintst said e.,tate,
are regnsested to render the amnount to thme Executors
by day of Sale, a it is impoirtant for them to knsow
the indebtedness by that time.
WM. J. F.\LKlER ?
J. QUTATTLIU1M. S -xoa
Nov 10 3t 43
Exc ti~ Sale.
B)Y Virtue of an order from HI. T. Wright. Or
1din~ary of Edgefield Distriet, I shall proceed
to Hell on Friday, the 10th December next,
SEVERAL LIKELY NEGROES,
belonging to the estate of Starling Quarles, deed.
Also, Stock of Horses, Cattle, &e.
At the snme time and place, the Tract of La.ndv
lying immaediately on the Stage Road leading from
lhamburg to Edgefield C. 1[., containing two loun
dred and fifty two acres, more oer less, nnd adjoining
lands of Mrs. Eliza Lanham and others.
TER Ms-Twelve months credit, with note and two
MAPl' A QUARLES, Ex'ix.
Oct 6 l0te 38
B3Y Virtue of an order from the Ordlinary of
BEdgelield District, I will sell oin 3onday, the
29th November, at the late residence of Susanna
Martin, dee'd., the following properiy, viz:
Ten Likely Negroes,
Stock of Caittle and Hogs, Corn, Whent, Oats and
Peas, one light Road Wagon, sonme household andl
Kith'en Furniture and Plantation Tools.
Tuans.-Credhit of Twelve months, except sumis
under $5 which will be required isn (nsha.
B. M. MARTIN, Adm,'r.
Oct 27 tf 4I1
rVIHE Suabseribser offe~rs for sale a Lot of wel
IBUTCilE~RED UIDES, ceaep for t'ash.
C. M. G RA Y.
Nov 7 tf 413
A LL enonshaving demands against the estate
ALL pJ.sA.Perrin, dee'd.,- are requested to reni
der themi in to Capt. W. Harrisosa, as he is may
Agent during mny absence from the State.
A .rur tif t t
EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
TIlE Subscriber most respectfully
informs the citizens of Edgefield and
the Traveling public generally, that
this E.stabli.-inent is now well pre
pared lor the reception and niecoinnodation of
Boarders and Transient Customers i
Iaving procured the assi.stance of competent,
hilhest nd obliging Servantis, ie tlatters himuself that
all who may favor him with a call will be highly
ploaed with the entertaindiifit extendel to them.
Ilis TA BLlt will always be abundanatly supplied
with tl.e best the Ma-ket iflords, and on the most
The Bar9 inder the supefintendence of an
attentive and experienced Clerk, will ever be fur
nished with the choicest LIQUOlts, WINES, SE
GA RS, &c., that eai be obtained.
I lis St'ables are large and coninodious, con
stantly furnished with good Porenoli, and attend
ed by Ilostlers of great care nud experience.
And he therefaore hopes, by giviig his entire at
tention to the keeping of an orderly and well-con
ducted iouse, to merit and continue to receive that
liberal patronage heretofeore so generously bestowed
on him. W.M. B. MAYS; PROrrIETOR.
S4ept 15 tf 33
Spann Hotel for Sale!
T ITHE Publie Iouse known as "SPANN 110
AT f,," at Edgelield U. If., and FURNITURE,
is now ofTred for sale, upon reasonable ternis, until
the tbrst 5honday in Deceiber next, at which time
if not previ-ously sold, % ill he put up at PUBLIC
A UCTION, to the highest bidder.
The I lotse is wel! adapted to the use it lis heeli
appropriated, has large Stutbles, Carriage House,
Corn Crib and lriek Kitchen. with other necessary
out-builoings attached. The Builolings are nearly all
new, and most of the Furniture purchased within
the present year.
The Lot contains three and a half acres, upon
which and near the Stables is a Wtll of r xcelleit
For irther particulars apply to either of the
Subscribers. . C. RAl)YI Proprietors:
JOHN IJUIET. Irpi'rs
Sept 20, tf 36
u'Thic Southi Carolinian, Newberry Sentinel and
Atigusta Constitutionalist will give eight weekly
nsertionts and forward necouits.
Livery and Sale Stables,
FORMERLY JOHN C. O'H ANLON'S.
Til F- Subscriber has the ple:suttre
to i nform his friends and the public.,
that. having purchased the Splendid
STOCK of jIXTUPES of those
well-kinowit and popular ST.\BlLES, foriierly
owned by 0'1 ANL-)N, and lat ly by W. E. A R
CHIER, lie is now prepared to furnish all who may
favor him with their patronage, with excellet.Saddle
Sl()RSlES, and lihnndmie aid comfortable CAR
RlAUGlS and BUGGIICS, of the latest styles,
with teanis to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety and experience every conidence can be pllaeed,
at most reasontable prices. Many' iniproviments
have been male to the Stables and Lots, and Dro
vers will find every neommodation they can desire.
Carriages and Onitibtises from this Stable will
rui front liatwright & -Janney's universally favo
rite An.erican loel, " and also from the long-es
tabl-isheil and well-known Columbia Ilotel, by Mr.
I). Caldiwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or atny
[0T Orders left at the Ameriean Totel, with Mr.
W. ). Ilarris, (or the Proprietor, at the Coluinbia
I Iotel, will be promptly atteiled to i and the sub
scribert is confileit that all who moCitt1doy hint wiil be
pleased with his prices and] his teaimis.
Columbia. Sept 22 6Ot 36
, LL1 Persotns indebted to the Estate of .Joseph
.LXM oure, dee'd., are reluestedh to make itmmeodi
aite paymtenit, andto those htavitng demnids againist the
estate will present thtemt in due formt.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
, LL4 those indebted to the estate of C. W.
I. Cochran, dhee'd., nre requtested to numuk' loprlompt
paymntt to the Aodminiistrator, and those having
detmands will render thtemi in properly attested.
L. B. CO011RAN, Adm'r.
July 7 - tf 25
r iuE Subscriber oters ihr sale th~ Fitntation lie
n. ow resiodes on, onotiintg 35ti acres, sitnated
in loIg.lield IDistrict six itihes atoe I iibttrg. Tilte
breatiout is healthv. .\ furthier descriptioni is coon
sidered tuse!ess as a putrchtaseor is eoxpected to exainet
ior hitnwelf. FD)WARD) PERRIN.
Oct 2t0 '1 0
4LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Win. T.
I Mlinter, are earnecstly requiested tto nmt~ke i
med1iate paymient, and1 thtose ha~ving dentmndos against
satid estate wiill lease render themt in,. prope~rty at
testedl. forthiwith. II. F. sTROM1, Admt'r.
Sept S tf 34
rj NihE Subscribe~r hats noow on hand a large Stotck
.1 of Bimnga and Shtefliehl ll A lI)WA R1 K,
which lhe out'ers very low for Catsht, or on time to
Also,. a quantttity Ar heavy Gotods, daman~geol by the
late Fre.-lhet, which lie will 'el! at verv reolueced
pri~ces. G Et. ROBIlNSON.
I lamoburg, Oct 13, hv~im 30~
*LL perstons itilebted to the estate of lIenry F.
1..F'reemnan, dee'dl., will conme forward imnne
diately atnd mat~ke paymient ando thtose hatving de
mntds wvill renider them in ptroperly attested.
J. 11. JIENN IN GS, Ex'or.
Ja;n 3 ly 51
Tobacco, Segars and SnuiE
\5111PLY N Ef the ablove articles of CIIOICE
I BRANDS, just received ando for sile by
G. L. PENN, AG as.r
Oct 13 tf 39
TLH Persons inidebted to the estate o~f Ellington
i. Clatk, dee'd., are hereby nxotilied to tmake itm
med~oiate. paymenttt, and those hiavinig lemntds against
said estate will present themt properly atttestedh.
JAS. BLACK WELL.
Jutly 7 tf 25
L L Persotns indlebted to thc Estate of .Jane
I Logan, dhee'dl., are rerpiested to mat~ke immie
dinte paymett andoo those hiavintg demntds will pre
sent themt forthwith, properly attested neordinig to
law. A31BROSE~ NIX, Admn'r.
Feb 5 l'2m 3
Read Tis and save Cost !
r pllE Sitbscriber respectfully notifies all those
.1. indebted to the Firmt of C .ovna & NAaRs anmd
also to himtself, either by note or openi aneemnt, to
mike payment on 'or betiore the 1st .January next,
as lotnger inidulgence canniot be giveni.
WM. B. MAYS.
Sept 13 tf 3
FROM theicSnbibe.~lrshtousen SILVER LEVER
IIW ATUI I, rather smialler thant the comonittt size.
No Il .2t7-.J. .1.ohnsont, Liverpool, Make'r. When
akenm, the witnding chain was brokeni. It was moissed
ott the 3rid inst. It hadl a spring~ ini the hiandlei to opent
theo ens~e. The glass had a scratch near the cenitre
rsemblding a ernek.
Siversm.ithIs will lease~o takt tnotitoe of this, as fte
Watelh nmmt patss through their hiands befoore it will
I will satisfy anty onie who will putt mte in thec way
of getting it. Ad~lre:os meo at Lontgmire's Stoore,
Edgo etieldi IDistriet, S. C.
Sep 29 tf :37
4LL persotns having dlenmntds against thme estate
L. of L. TP. Abney, dee'dI., will pileaiso present
themt prop-er'ly attested, atnd those inidebteod will
pleaise pay up. Puntteuality is requested1, as thme
Fstatc muttst beo closed-its caiy as practicable.
WILSON A1B-.EY, Adm'i.
Sept 17 tf 30
A LL persoins inudebted to the Subscriber previont
to the first daty of .Jfanutary 19853, are earnestly
requested to umxke paymnent, as indulgence cannot
be given alfter the said notes beeo mi diuo.
P. Rt. BLALJOCK.
Nov. tn tf 43
FALL AND WINTER
R ICHIARDSON & 1cDONNALD,
are now receivine a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
A X-54A1*1 910TR1141
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct from New
York-together with a fine asortnient of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MERINO UNDER-SHIRTS,
Silk and Linen Hlandkerchiers,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will conprre favorably with any to he
found in other markets. An examination is solicited
froi their friends and customers before purciasinl
t Next door to G. Robin.on's Hardware Store
IHa:nburg S. C.
Oct 2o 3m 40
Spring and Summer Goods!!
J. A. VANWINKLE,
Nrx-r Doon -o GitoRoA RAIL ROAD BANK,
I HAVE now onl hand and for sale a complet
and extensive assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
D'Ete, Casmerets, &c.,
For Spring and Summer use, uthieh will be mai<
to order ii a.ptyle of superiority and elegance. A]
who are in vant of fine garments and wish thet
to fit as they ought to fit will please give me a eal
and satisfy themselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
My 'Stock of CLOTHING this season ii full
and large, ceimprising Cloth, Frock and
Dress Coats, Cloth, Cashmlerett
and Drap D'Ete sacks, B'k,
Shtin J'Cliene White
and Striped Silk Sacks, Grass
Linen, Pongcr Silk and Brown
Linen Sacks, Black and Fancy Colored
Pants, .\n Pails Pants, and a large assortnimnt
of Butf, White and Faney MSarseils Vests, &C
- A LSO
A large espply of furnislhig articles, such a
Cravats, Gloves, I Iosiery,.ispenders, Collars, Silk
Ganuze, Ciotton anl Merino uinder Garments, Whit
and Colored Shirts, &c.
And a Fine Stock
Of PERFU3IERY 4. FANCr ARTICL ES
All Gotods in my establishment are of the ses
QUALiTY and will be sold right.
J. A. VANWINKLE.
Augusta, April 1 tf 11
Drugs and Medicines.
HAMIBURG, S. C.
T HE U7nlerigned -. ould rcspe..tfufly inform hi
ILfriends and the public generally, tiat itotwith
standing the late disa.-trous fresliet, he is now re
ceiving and will continue to receive, a very selec
Together with such articles as are 'stly liept i:
his line of business, and is furthermoie determine
to sell as low as any o:her establishment her<
or in Auguta. Ilis stock will conist of the purels
.andl best Ml lolCINES, C11EMICALS, &c., &e.
French and English.
Lamp, Tanners, LXpeed, Neatsfoot
Sweet and Lamp Oils,
(.uLr wassAs-rED rtait.
A. J. CREIGHITON.
N. B.-Those indlebted to the above who k'nov
they aire slow, will pilease CaiLt..ii Srr-TL.E thlil
accounts, as miy losses in the recent fre.-het havy
been such as to coampel mec to issue this request.
A. J. C.
Sept. 10 3m 35
Messrs. Bushnell & Witt,
JT AKE this method *of informing their frienid
..andt the ptiblic that their Machi ne Shop is nov
in coimplete operatioin.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Framues,
and all other articles in thie Joiner's Businres
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-stands, ke
kept constantly on hand for snle.
C A B INET W OR K,
madhe or repaired to oirder.
Sash will he furnished tilled with glassand primel
Those wishing work ir. our line, will please ent
and examine ourn Stock atnd prices before buiyit
elsewhere, and learn that na good work can be don
at Edgetield Court Hotuse, as cani be found.
F.ebi 5 tf 3
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggisi
r j A K S this miethiod oif returning his thank.
.1.is friends and patrons, for thte patronage hi
has received in the sale of D)ruge, Miedicines. &c.
le is now receiving ani addition to his already ex
tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Sttts, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, PottI
Physician's Shop Pturniture, &c.
TIlE IINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe anid Tanners Brushe
Tinctures & MEedicinal Compounds,
niide uder his own supervision itn strict
accordaree with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrtums,
All of which he will sell ait price's that will compat
favorably with any Sotuthern market. Those wisl
ing toe purchase articks in hisa lir:e wvill do well I
etlituand exanmine his Stock and prices.
Edgefleld C. IT.. Jani 22 tf 1
20 Bhls Choice COUNT RY FLOUR,
11 .Ibls lBaltimore Family"
1 Tieree pirimie RICE.
10 iBoxes GOSH EN CHIE ESE,
.bhls aiid Kits Fresh MA CNEREL,
6 Boxes Siuperior Pale SOA P,
6 Boxes PE ARL STARCH,
12 Boxes A dmatinte and Patent Pearl Candlea,
241 Cans Fresh SA LMON,
Vaiotus Sauces for Fish, Beef Stake, Fowls. &c.
1 Box MACARONI,
Sperior Green and Black TEAS,
40 Smiall Sacks Dairy SA LT, greatly superior
Ronx Salt in as tuchb ats it not liable to rust, jul
received and for sale eep by
G. L. PENN, AGerT.
Oct la tf 39
IS hereby given to those indebted to the estate
LEldredl W. Glover, deceased, to maike paymien
at furth~erest, by the 1st day of ,lanua~ry next, ani
those to whom the satil estate is indhbted1 will iiee
me ini the Ordlinary's Oflic at Edgetield C. IH., o
Fiday the 'ith day of .Janniary ne~t, 1853-, as wvhie~
timie a final settlemien-t will be made on the ette.
E. 11. CIIA MBERLAIN, Adm,'r.
QOet 20 3mt 40
AL1 Persons having demainds against die estal
.i.. of Luke S. Bland, dee'd., wvill ~renider themni
duly attested, antI thokte inidebted by iiote or ope
neeount ill make payment, by the Fourth of Di
cmber niext, as the heirs atre all of age, anid I a
determined to close up the cstnte.
Wif. MOBLEY, A<1m'r..
tDet G 3m S
,tt feros indebted to the esfate of Olive
?Towles, are regnested to make immediate'pay
ment, and those having domands agis the som
ilI reader them in properly attested.
K. M. SCUR-RY, Admainistrator.
n.0 - if a
A. N. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
Hainburg, S. C.
W OULD respectfully inform his former pal'
truis, and the public generally, that Ie htim
leased the Ware-1louse recently occupied by Messrs
ISRANNON & COLEMAN, where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and otlier produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchandize to the country.
In tendering his serviets to te public. he flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN
YE ARS in the above business, anl a thorough
knowledge of all its branches, as well as from a
general acquaintance with the planters of the .sur
rounding country, together with his undiridedper.
sonal attention to the business, that he will be
able to give general satisfaetion to all who may
favor him with their confidlence, mAd assures titem
that no effort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro'
mote their interest.
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other
produce in Store.
Orders fior Bagging. Rope, and family supplies
promptly filled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug IS tf 32
SLIPSON & GARDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSE-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T111" Undersiuned continue the WA R EHOUS E
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in Judge Starnes' Fire Proof Ware
llouse, on Meintosh-Street, under the name and
style of SIMPSON & GARDINER.
In tendering to our friends, and the public gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take this method of assuring all, that no effort
otn our part will be wanting to advance the interests
of those whu may confide their business to us.
Orders for Bagging, Ropxe and Family Supplies,
promptly tilled at the lowest market rates.
Cah advances iade on produce in Store when
J. R. SIPSON.
J. T. GARDINER.
Augusta.Aua25 . 6m - 32
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND CO.lIlldSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
Co5,aissio~u ron S.L1.:NG Corvo,,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T IIE Subscriber having forned a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. W A R I)LA W, of Charlett, .
formerly of Abbeville, S. C., (hr the purpose opf Aa
Inof aOENEA L FACTR0I.\G E and -COMMIS11-.
SION BUSINFSS, avails himself of the present
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to: his
numerious friends for the liberal pattonage bestowed
for a number of years past,-and in moving, tenders -
the services sof the new concern of WARDLAW
& WALKER, Charleston, where he hopes many,
if neat al Iia ol patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina
Rail Road Company will enable them soon to have,
a Depot 'n the c'ty of Augusta, thereby save the
expense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
warding of prtdmnce of any kind. Mr. Jons 0.
Rr F.s, Agent of W. & W., itt Augusta. will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their friends
m.iy feel disposed to send them, free of charge,
save arayage. G. WALKER.
t Angtusta, Julv 19, 1852. tr 29
AT TIHE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT,
CHtARTtON, s. C.
S& E. 11. GILBERT continue the
ChCA RRAGE BUSIN ESS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and 40. Wentworth Street, where they will.
be pleased to exhibit to their old friends and ens
tonners a very. -
Extensive Stock of Vehicles, --
comprisint! those of thteir own manfature together
various othter styles usually fte*d in this inarkes
'fteit l'ong a6~quaintance wth~ tis market Ad
Manufacturers and Decalers will etiable them'to
o11.er great inducements to purehaacts both in styles'
and prices. *tf
Aug 25 i 2
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T HAT Valuablo PLANTATidNf about eight
.3 miles fromt Hanmburg, known as the Cheroekee
Pond Plantation, formerly owned, by D~r. GEIGva.
It contaitts about seven htundred andl eighty-eiglht
(788) netes, 250 of whtich are cleared, the balance
ii well wooded, consisting of Blnek .Jack, Hickory
and Pinte. It possesses superiot advantagesi as a
public house, it being a long estabhiilted stand, and
situated at the junction of the Five Notch, Martin
Toawn Branch P'lank Road and Main Trutnk of the
lhamburg attd Edlgelield llank Road, and about a
mile belaow thte junction of the Pine Ilouse and
Edgefleld Raoads. rTe Cheraokee Pond Race Course
is oan thte place, atnd is one of the best training Turfs
a, the United States.
IOnt the pace ate two TWO STORY DWEL
LING lloUSES, *vithm all necessary outbuildings,
so sitated that the place can be divided into two
planttionts, with suitable buildings on each plan
Thte Plank Road passing through the lands, offers
great facilities for hauling wood to Hlamburg and
Augusta-to any aone di..posed to engage in that
btsiness, a rare chtanee is ofrered. To an approved
purchaser it will be sold on a credit of three or five
years. A pply to
II. A. KENRTCK, President,
Htamburg attd Edgelield P. RI.Companya
Ulnmburg, Aug 20 tf 32
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
r 'll IS ROA D is now open for travel from Ham
Iburg to the O1.,D WELl.S, on the Pine House
Road, and by the Meartin Ton B lranch front Ham
burg to near thte n-w Briadge over Stevens Creek.
Persons travelling or sending their Wagons or
Vehicles to 1Hattberg by the Martin Town Road,
can avail thtemselres of the Branch Plank Road to
H amtburg, by turning to the left, htalf a ntule above
llardhy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on the Martin Town Itoad.
The Roal wvill be completed from lHamburg to
tile Piue 11ouse abotit the 1st of I'ovember.
flates of Tona
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 eta per mnile
Three " "i U ::
Two " Carriages 3 " " "
One a 2 " "
llorseback travellers, " 1 " "
-Vehicles on mteeting, are each enttitled to halt the
PL ANK TRA CK, and the Drivers arc required to
turn to the " RIGilT !"
11. A. KENRICK, President.
Itamburg, Sept 8 tf 3-5
Chapmnan~s Cotton Gins !
E tiI make these best of COTT'ON GINS,
atl our old stand. We warrant them to give
satisfaction, which th~ey never fail to do.
All orders thankfully reecived and promnptly at
Personts who find it more conventiest will Pice'
inquire oft Mr. Loo hIna, Edgeseld C. II., who
will keep on htand one or anore of thieve Gitns for
sale. Address CIIAPMkN & SONS,
Colenman's X Roads, Edgefield, S. C,
A FINE Stock of Pure Sperm C,4NDLK~V
Adeanttitne, Star, 11ull & Son's-a superiOr
~artile of Starch, blue and white,- Soap of every
description, Turpentine, Casteel, Family, &'lToilbtles
jAlso, Wooden Ware, Chairns, JEiekets, Tubs,
Broomts, & e., of all descriptions.
h T am burg, April 21 tf 14
~Mi~l InogS 94i Gid geonIs.
A WELL assorted STOCK, for sale LOW.
100 Tons of Iron, assot'tee, Oral, Hoop. Band,
ePleaw Mould., &o. GEO. ROBINSON.
nHamburg, Oct 13 jv2m = 39
' CHEESE !
TUST recei1geJ' saperior article of CISI2
QJ for sale by F .NCOA
Oet 31 i -~
rLl, Persons indebted to the Estate of' C. J,
. L. Glover, dee'd., are requested to make imme
ediate payment, and those having demands against
said estate, will present them propeehy attested.
Se,,t22 tr 3