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TWILL, COMMENCE on SALE-l).Y in De'
- eembe-r next, ;nd. SELL ;t AUCTION
ST.OC.K OF GOODS,
Continuint froni J''tvt day, until.EVERY TIlING
is di'po.rd ef.
- Tnax...-Sums of and1 uner i.5 Cash. All over
tha ainumtit on a -redit of Twelve nmontlis. with in
tere.t. 'LD i1111. .
or.1G 1853 Ilt44
li.- \.l p- rsns indebted to me by "Note or
flotk aecotint are again tnotitied that I 'aimi elosing
my bu-iness aml prompt payment, is expeted.
To the Public,
111 Subsliers be- leave to inform i thir
T.rien. ids and the publie gent rally, that they have
auid keep contaitly on hand a large and splendid
Biuggics and Carriages,
Whiceh C.\N.OT BE SURPASSED in any Mar
ket for price. beauty of style or durability.
Ilavitig ha, a luig experience in the practical
part of the buiiness, and hav:ng worked in the first
Est:iblishmients in the Union, they flatter thei
el Ves that they can anl WI LL g:ve enera satis
f.ieioi to :01 who may favor them with a call.
L- All work warranted.
Taf shop a rear of the Court House.
McGREGOR & SMITI.
Edgefield. Nov 16, 183. tf 44
Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
- HAVING removed to the Store
adjing~ii Dr. A. G. TsAGUL'S
Drug Store, as usual. I am pre
pared to make to or-ler, Fine Dress, Double Soled
Water Proof atid Pump
Boots and Shoes,
Of the very 1,EST M ATEiI.\ .S, and ait excel
lent fit always warranted.
Also, n4hand a large variety of BOOTS mid
S110 L of my own niufacture, which will be
disposed of on rearo:nable t. rins.
Nov. 1G t 44
:1." N. P. -Wanted. three apprentices to learn
the Shoe-makibie P'eac a'pply s"(1on.
Firc Works for Chiristmas ;
r J I E Subscriber is ju-t receiving a large lot of
t lie be.'t
No, 1 Gold Brand Fire Crackers!
A CO311LET E ASSO'TrtVK.T OF
Rockets, Pitt Wheels, Triand,!es, Miies of Stars,
and every variety of
Ornanental and Useful Goods,
Suitable for Christmas presents. LT Call at Vrie
ty Store. J. A. GURLEY.
Augusta, Ga. , Nov 16 - tf 43
For the Planters!
1-Lbs. Pertrian, Guano,
U1 01W bbis. Kettlewell's G UANO
aind S.\ LTS,
70 Pb!s. KeitlewellTs CIT EMIICA L SALTS,
.3 " Pure ground PL.\STFR.
The above erlebrated 1atires fr saC by
.1. SI1L.EY & SON.
JTaibur., Nov 14. tf 44
.7Tlie h.;aurenst ille 1 ierald, Tidependent Press
and Anderson Gazette will copy the above four
times. aid forivard bi!s to .1. S. & SON.
Groceries and Staple GoOds.
E have nw on hand, and shall ctilnue to
V receive adlitions throughout tl.e business
CO.\LArilE STOIICK OF GtoGE
IES. comtpri'intg every, thing n~nahly kept in ai
Groery Store. Amiong which may be enutmerated
the folloawing :
G utav and Danlee Uagging,
Bacont and Ihlams.
'Molasses and Sugirs of every desci iption,
- Nails, Punty and G~ss
Liseed and Train Oil-, ad White Lead ;
Salt, Iron, Shmes and B ank ts:
TiObCceO, Leather, Cofi- e and Tea;
Osntaburgs, .lkown~ Shirtinigs and' Cotton
Ribmc, soap, &c. For sale on the most rea
hlatmburg, Nov'. I G - j in 44
8 'I'E OF 8OU T H CAROLIN A.
-rs. Biltfor Partition.
D. F. Ihlollingsworthi.
BYVirtne of an Order from Chan. WAnD
..r..uv, iti thip ease, I will proceed te sell on
Wed'iesdav, the I 4th duii' of December next, at
the reside'tee of' the late'Mainsfield E. Hoillintgs
worth, the folowintg valuabile, real estate of the
said deceassed. viz :
Tract No. 1, known na the "U omestead
Tract," cont in og Filleen huttndred and fifteen
maeres, more or less. lyinig sonme .ix miles to the
sothl West oif Ed.etield C. H., on Beaverdam
Creek. adjoitning lands of .Mrs. B. Ilollinigs
worth. .Ars. Brumnsoni :and others.
This tract is in a f'ine state of' improvement
ini every resptet. Upon it is an excelletnt Dwel
lin~g ho'use, with a fitie wveil of waler and othier
conveiiieinces. The leniciing of this plantation is
i c'omteitt. repair. anid the ent ire place is inl
first rate oirder for mnaking~ a crop. The Plank
Ratd to Chienaa's, now in proigress of con-~
struction:. will ruti directly' by the yard. Onl
this tract alko, are abotut three hudred acres of
low-grounnds. A gooid orchiardl iiay likewise be
mienitioined as one of the inducemnits to pur
Tlract No 2, known as the " Hollister Tract,''
containing otne hundred and fift acres, more or
less. and aidjoainingr the larger platce.
These latids will be sold otn a credit of otne
ntnd two years* fromt day of a.-ie, except as to so
much as will de'frav the costs of this stnit which
tost lhe patid int cash. l'nrchasers to give Bonds
with approved sureties to secure thet purchase
moiney, and to pay for titles (S3) extra.
A. SIKINS, c. r.. E. D.
Nov 16; 4t 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Johntt Ruitt'ford. Adm'or of 1
C. .J. Gle ver, dee'd.
JTosiah D. TIibbetts,
.lames F. Adamts.J
ITNDER an Order from the Court of Equity
) ini this case, notice is hereby given toi the
Creditara of C. J. Glover, dee'd.,'to conme in and
prov~e their ehtms before ttt anty time betweent
the present date and the 29;hm day (or January
next, as after that time they wvill not be received.
- A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 14 -9t 44
No0t i ce!
~1TlShIING to intvest money extentsively in lRail
I I laad and other Stovks. I take the shortest
w iayt of. gvng timiely notice to all indebte~d to tme,
that the~y must make their mtotiied nirrangetnents to
mueet their obligations by or before the first of .11an
nary 1851. ~W. 11. D)OlN.
Noav It; . 5t . 41
IS .hereby gven, that application wvill be marle at
the neitxt 'essin of the Legislature, for a re
niewal of the Charter of the Fe~rry across Savannah
Chver, known by the mnmie of Scitt's Ferry.
1 )EIRSONS inidebted to the Estate of Tlugh
*Msely, dee'. aire herebay notified to make
car'y piayment, ad thase havitig claims against said
Estate wilt please render ,int their aceouts as soon
as conveniieiit. J. M. KEMP, Adm'or.
Nov 16 :t - 44
~sTATE .01F SOUT1I1 CAROLINA.
TrOL LEID be~nre tme ont the 1 2thi inst., by 3Mrs.
. c':emeia A bumey, 'at saal District, til estray
?Alire Mule, briwti coloar, thrtee ye-ars of aige. abont
13! hands hi'ihi. tir marks or brandls perceivable.
Ap'praised at .a'5.
W. II. \TKinSO, .11D
CORNER KING AND WENT WOR'
COL'D FIG'ED. DE TON SILK, at 871 ets.
Argentine :-triped Silk, wide, at $1.
Bhck Silk, at ti2, '5 and 87 cents.
Extra wiide Black Silk, with rich lustre, at $1.
RICH BROCADE DE TOUR, Satin finish,
I'ersian CaLshmere, Beautiful designs, 37J et.
Mslin DeLaines, 12J and 25 ets., new pattern,
200 Pieces CALICO, at Gi eta-worth 10 ets.
YARD WIDE MAZARINE BLUE and Black
VELVET, for Mantilhts,
Velvet Trimmings, Galloon Dress Trimming.
D a m g
S TANDING COLLARS.-150 Dozen GENT
daumaged in shidping, at $1,50, worth and u!
300 LONDON BLANKETS, at $1.
Lot of Servants' Blankets, slightly stained in
shipping, will be sold low, -
300 Pair 3 Points Mackinaw Blankets,
Fie Bath Bed Blankets,
Charleston, Nov 12 FOGARTIE a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Joseph B. Talley and others,
rs. Billfor Partiin.
Nancy Talley and others.
B Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. WARD
LAW, in this case, I will proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House. on the first Monday in
December next, the following real estate of
Calb Talley, dee'd., viz:
Trict No I known as the "Ilollingsworth
Traet" on taiining four hundred acres, more or
less, and adjoining lands of Benj. Roper, Daniel
lrnson, lands of the Estale of M. E. Hlollings.
worth and other lands of the said Caleb Talley,
Tinct No 2, known as the " Terry Trnet"
containing five hundred and eighty-two acres,
nore or less, and adjoining lands of M. E. Hol
lingsworth, William Culeiazier, and other lands
of said deceased.
Tract No 3, known as the " Burn's Tract,"
ontaining three hundred and seventy-five acres,
more or less, and adjoining lands of Elbert
Mundy and other lands of the said deceased.
Tract No 4, known as the - Cheatham Tract,"
cloiiniing one hundred and seventy-five acres,
inre or less, and adjoining lands o' Mrs. Hol
imzsworth, Mrs. Jones, William Culelazier and
the Terry Tract above described.
Tract No 5, known as the "Powell Tract,"
and containing forty-nine acres, more or less,
nd adjoining lands of Dr. James F. Adams, and
the Cheathamn Tract, above described to be sold
in conjunction with the Cheatham Tract above
Tract No 6, known as the "Camp Branch
Tract," containing fort y-nine acres, more or less,
manl adjoiining lands of the Estate ofr R. P. Brun
o!, dee'd., Tandy Buckhalter and others.
These Traets will be sold on a credit of one
md two years from day of sale, in two equa:l
~nnual instalments, except costs of this suit to
e paiid in cash. Purchasers to give honda and
dequate sure:ies, and to pa:y for papers.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 14. 4te 44
STATE OF SOU1H CAIlOLINA.
Eamund Hamilton and other,
rhos. Rogg~s ..anl jfie~ and,. herg p.
BYVirte ati rder fr' Ihan. WVA D
BwA6 thi ss,L wiillI roceed to sell at
)eeeamber next ensuing the following real es
ate of Alexander llamuilton, dec'd., con.<isting
if four tr.mets of. Land all situated in the District
afores:id, and described as follows:
1. The Hlome Place, containing one hundred
cres, imore or less, and adjoining lands of Jas.
. Unrrison, Elias Lagrone andi lands of the
~state' of James Harrison, dec'd.
2. Tlhe Tract known as the "Jamy Place," con.
aiming fift v neres. more or less, aind adjoining
ads of~ Elia~s Lagroine, Johin E. Ha:rrison and
;he lanids of the estateu of Jamies Harrison, de
3. The Tract of Land known as the " Frazier
Place," cointainitng one hundred acres, more or
Less, adjoining thu tract first above described,
udi lantds of Elia:s Lagrone and James S. Har
4. The parcel or tract of Land, known as the.
Rcky Creek PInce," containing one hundred
'nd tift" neres, more-or less, and adjoining lands
f Seaitorn Stalnaker, James S. Harrison and
the above described " Frazier Place."
TEniMs OF SALE.-These' tracts or parcel of
e:l estate will be sold on a credit of one arid
wo years from i the day of smle, except as to so
uch of the putrcthase moiney~ as will be re
inint d to de'fray the costs of this sutt which
must bie paiid in ensh.
Preba:sers to give Bonds, wvith at least two
good iad suflicient securities upon each to me
cure the purchase money. Purchasers are nlso
to pay for paper..
REW A s.-The lands in this ease arc locnted
in the neiglhborhooid of the Mt. Vernon Camp
\eeting Ground, and are considered desirable
for small settlements.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Nov 12 4te 44
Slate of South Carolina,
Cornelia HI. Gray and Caroline
Car~line A. Gray and others.
)Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. WVARD
) LAW in this ease, I will proceed to sell
on the first Monday in December next ensuing,
the followving real estate of Matthew M. Gray,
Onie Lot of Land in the Town of Hamburg
in the District aiforesaid, fronting upon Market
Street, fifty-four feet and extending thereon to
Mercer Street two hundred feet, and known in
the plain of said Town as Lot No 14.
Also a body of landi situated partly within
the corporate limits of the Village of Edgotield,
in the said District, consisting of two piarcels
as follows, viz:
The one parcel containing twenty-two and a
al~ acres, more or less, lying within the angrle
of the Loiig Cane and Angusta roads, hiaving a
Dwelling House and out buildings thereon, for
mnerly the residence of John Lyons, atnd bound
ed byv the said two Roads and by lands of S. 8.
The other parcel, containing five acres, more
or less, lying on the Augusta Road, opposite
he parcel first described, and bounded by the
said two Roads and by lands of Mrs. Lucy Tr.
Moore and Dr. Richard T. Mims, and known as
tme " Wood Lot.
TE3xs or S..--Theso Lots and Parcels of
real estate will be sold :at Edgefield C. IH., ont
the day above designated, in separate parcels
anl on~ a credit of one and two years, with in
terest from the day of~ sale excepit as to so much
as will defray the costs of this suit which must
be pid ini cash. The purchase money to be se
cured by Bonds with adequato sureties. Pur
chsers to pay .or papers.
IiEsMAs.-Tlhese pareels of land are all
valuable. Thme one nea:r Edgefield C. H., is es
pecially so, being one of the most beautiful and
healthful residences any where near the place
a irst rate position for any gentlemen desirous
of practising a pirofession or of educating his
[children at home.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D)-.
Nv 1.i 4ta 4.i
RT A T'I 0 N S!
ro STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C.
SUPER BLACK TAFFETA SILK,
Black SaLin Du Chene Levnteen Silks.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
ENG LISh CHINTZES, 12J and 25 ets.
4-4 Rich Fig'd Criuion Curtain Chintz, 121 cts.
7-8 Wide Robed Chintz, at 12j-worth 25.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
PLAIN BLACK VELVET RIBBON,
Colored Wave Worsted Braid.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
'S. 3 PLY STANDING COLLARS, slightly
ually sold at 83 per dozen.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
WHITNEY BLANKETS, line quality,
250 Pair Hotel Blankets, at. a bargain,
Kerseys. at 16 Cents,
Extra Georgia Kerseys,
Grey Plains, at 37J cents.
5 DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
State of South Carolina,
Ts Billfur Partition.
Landon Tucker and others.
B Y Virtue of an Order from Ch"n. "VAD
LAW, in this ease, I will proceed to sell
on the first Monday in December next at Edge.
field Court House, the following bodies of Sa
VannahI:lll River land, belonging to the Estate of
Atticus Tucker, decensed.
Tract No. 1, containing two hundred and sev
enty-three acres, more or less, known as the
"JeobLucius and Freeman Ti'ract." This bndy
is composed of the best description of low.
grounds mainly. On it are a good Gin louse
and Screw, comfortable Dwelling and Negro
Tract No 2, eontinin seven hundred and
thirty-five acres, more orTess, and known as the
"Laildon Tucker Tract,"-excellent low-grounds
on this tract also, good Gin House and Serew,
Tract No. 3, containing four hundred and sev
enty-five aicres, more or less, known as the
liouestead Tract," with good buildings, and
in first rate repair as to fencing, &c.
[The three tracts above described adjoin each
other and lie each upon the River.]
Tract No. 4, containing two hundred and
seventy-two acres. more or less, and known as
the I Swift Creek Tract,"-ll of it being good
uplands in native forest.
iEn~15 OF SALE.-These Linds will be sold
on a credit of one and two years from day of
sale, with interest upon the second instalment
fron and after the expiration of one year. Pur
chasers will be required to give bond, with ap
proved sureties and a mortgage of the premises
to secure the purchase money. Costs to be paid
Purchasers are to pay for pa~pers.
RaEMAs.-It is needless. to say that these.
lands are among tho most valinnble~ in Edgelield
District. Their loenttion atnd charncter are
enough to render that fact certain. The aitten
tion of plerson~s wishiing to make ai most profita
ble investment otf t'heir funds is invited to the
A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 9, 1833 4te 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAlItOLINA,
.-. EDGEPHJJLD D(STIt(CTr,
Geo. A. Addison, Petition for sale of Trust
E. J. .iims and 'roperty.
J. A. Addison,J
B Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. WVAnu
L~aw in this matter, I will proceed to sell
on the first Monday in Dedember ntext ensuing,
the negro propecrty specified below or so much
thereof as wilI be necessalry to satisfy the ob
ject (If the P'etitioners, viz: l~ny and her six.
uhildren Robert, Hlarriett, Mary, harper, Nnilhan
and Ellen, Fanny and herthree children Miles,
Emma and Ma~ry.
This property will be sold for cansh-purcha
sers to pay fo~r titles.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 9 4t 44
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
Gell. A. Addison, .otice to Creditors.
E. J1. Mimis und -
J. A. Addison. J
B Y Virtue of an Order in Equtity in this mat
ter, I hereby notify the Creditors of Jos.
A. Addison, that thley are requniredl to render in
and prove their demands aga:ints, the said J1. A.
Addison, before me at my Oficre, on or before
the first Monday in December next, that a set
temenit of alL such demands may be hlad.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D
Nov 9 4te 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
S. E. A. Grahamn.
B Y VirtueC of an Order from Chlan. WVAno.
LAr, 1n thlis case, I will proceed to sell ait
Edgetield Court ilouse on thle first Monday in
December neCxt enisintg. (possession to be given
it Janunry ne xt, or ealrlier if desired) the~ fol
lowing Real Estate of Jessee Grahamn, dee'd.,
consistinlg of one Tract of Land, situate in thme
said District, lying on or near the waters ot
Clod's Creek, containling One Hundred tand
eighty acres, more or less, and audjoining lands
of A. J. Bates, Nathan Norris, und lands belong
ing to the Estate of WVilliamn Joh~ns, dee'd.
'said Land will be sold on a credit of twvelve
months from day of sale, with interest from date
of sale. except as to so mnehl of said purchase
money as will defray the costs of this suit, whichl
must be paid in cnsh. The purchase money
to be secOred by bond, or notes with adequate
sureties, and a mortgage of tile premises if
necessary. Purchaser to pay for titles.
A! SIMKCINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 12 4 te 44
STATE OF SOUTH1 CAlROLINA,
Harriet Chamberlain anid others,
WV. D. Jennings.
B Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. WAnD
LAy in this case, I will offer for sale at
Edgefield C. H. on the finst Monday in Decenm
ber n'ext, thle following very valuable Real Es
taelyngonthe Savanah River, belongine
Tract No 1, containing one hundred and thlir
ty-six acres, more or less, adjoiniog lanads of the
estate of WVm. Robertson, dee'd., anld on thle
Tlract No 2, containinig two hlundred and for
tynine acres, adjoininr' lands of C. Corloy and
Beverly Burton, and a so on Savannah River.
Tract No 3, containIng two hlundred and fir
teen acres, ad joining lands of James Blaekwell
atd Beverly Unlrton.
Tihese Tracts will be sold on a credit of one
and two years from day of sale with interest
o~ the last paymenlt from thle time it becomes
due, except costsa to be piaid in cnsh.
Purchase money to be secured by Bonds with
approved sureties andl mortgage of the premises.
Purchasers to pa for titles.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. JD.
Nov. 9 .tf 4a..1
SELLING OFF AT
ACTUAL COST', FOR CASH!
TIIE Underhiigned having determined upon a
change in their biiess,.ofer their ENTIRE
Actual Cost,, or Cash Only!
Their Stock comprise a large and splendid as
Rich Dry Goeds, Groceries,
CROCKERY A1 GASSWARE,
HARDWARE' - D CUTLERY,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, c., &c.
All those who deii to get GOOD BAR
GA INS, will do well to fal early.
WIL SIAM9.& CHRISTIE.
Edgeefild, Oct. 3, 183. m 8
New Piano i6i1f Music Store,
(Nex doo!r to s Bank.)
Pianos, NelededisAl-tes, Violing,
Accordeous, Antes, Strings,
SHEET MUSIC, and-ev .0ing in ihe MAuic line
SECOnD-IIANp PIA"MS *x IN EXCIIAN'G.
0- Orders for SIUS by mail promptly at
Kr PIANOS TU A sad REPAIRED.
Persons wanting theit ian tuned, will please no
tify us to that efect. A CL ARK,
B F. CLARK.
Augusta, Nov. 9 ' 2m 43
Fresh and Pure Iedicines, &c
r IE subsriber has ju4t recelved a SELECT
STOCK Of -. .
Family Medicines Chemicals, &c.
--CoXHisyING If PART OF
Sulphate or Quinine. Pire Pill Mass,
Sup. Carbonate of Soda, idomel,
H enry's Cal. Magnes'a, Cream or -Tartar,
Epsomr Salts, - ine,
Sulphate Of Morphine, de of Potasseum,
Lu; np Ma11gnievia, Stryehuine,
Mum's Elixir of Opiunr, Fihnestock's Vermifuge,
Thompson's Eye Water, .lAlister's Ointment,
Clieeseiman's ialsam, ' Etans' Laneets.
Norwood's Verafrum Viride.
And a full supply of most all the popular Patent
Medicines o f the day, all of which are warranted
free from adulteratiun.
G..L. PENN. AGENT.
Oct 26 tf 41
'D s s olution!
TIE Co-Partnership hertlofore existing between
I the Undersigned, is this day dissolved by Mu
The name of the Firm will be used by either par
ty in liquidntion. The 1ook% and Notes will be
kept at their Old Staid. SALE & LARK.
Auguat 10th, ;853.
UTE Have this day associated curselves together
WY for the purpose of doing a
General Grocery Business,
Unler the Firm of L ARK & IUCKNI ASTER, at
the Old Stand of SALE & LAIMt, where we shall
endeavor to deserve a eontinqnaee of the very libe
ral patronage heretofore extended to the Late Firms
of SALE.& L.ARX, and of JErmits, COTRAN & Co.
August 10th, 1853.
BERING compelled by ilr hiiih and the incase
..Iof miy individual busine * o withdraw from
he Firm of SArLE & LAnK, I this opportunity
o return imy, iiost grateful tEmka to my frienas
iml eu.'tomera for their patromripfe so liberally bes
:imwved, aind to commend to thce.favor and patron
mge the sew Firm of LARK e~'Vcxa-re..
A ug 10, 1853. *3mn 44
200 Bags COF FE E,
25 H hds. MOL ASS E S
200O Coils ROPE, some verf-uperior,
li0t Bales Gunny anid l)und,-e BAGGING,
30 Whole, lialf and VnnrITir bls. No 3 , No .
and Mes MA CK EREL, also Kit,,
' A nd we would AL~so state,".; ist, we have a fine
Blankets, N~egrQ Cloths,
Besteads, Chairs, Saddles,' zaburgs, Stripes,
Iron, Naois, Oils, WVli'te Lead. Shot, Bar Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powder,Soaip, Rice,
And in fact, every article usually found in .A Gro
ery Store. J.- SIBLEY & SON.
hIamnburg, Nov 14, , k , if 44
Executor's ale !
1 WILL prooceed to sell at tie late residence of
.1 rs. L. A. Hobbs, dee'd., os Tuesday the 20th
)eeember n-xi, the following groperty, belonging
o the said d.eceasmed. viz:
'Oneo Flue Carringe,
[ousehold aind Kitchen Furniture, Coin, Cattle,
and various thier artiekes.
Trerms miade known on day of sale.
.JAS. S. HIA RRI4ON, ) Ex'os
R. P. HIA Rfiso5. 5 o
Nov.1 l5 t 44
sTATrE OF SOUTIllAROLINA,
James S. Pou,
Win. P. [Uill,
Joel P. HIll and|
II. Rt. Spanni. J
IH. T. W right, Ordii~ary,
Joel P. Hlill,
Margaret .1. Hill and
II. -. spann.)
Var' -s othier Plainitiffs,
Joel P. hill.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fi. Fa. to nme
directed, I shall 'procoql to sell on the
irst Monday in Nov. next,4 'a dgelield Court
House, the following p'ropertin the above sta
ted eases, belonging to the ecfenudnt Joel P.
Hill, to wit:
Eirrhty acres of Land, mnor or less, known as
the Ilomestead Traet, adjoineg-Lands of' Wmz.
Watkins and others.
Also, One negro boy Johnithree mules, two
horses, ani one waggon.
Also, so much of tho pro e'rty of said De
fendant advertised under lofrtgage, by the
Comiissioer in Equmity as tIl not be disposed
of by him on that day.
And also, on Wednesda-y, *e7th December
I will proceed to sell at thc re.widence of the
Defendant, so much of the property as may not.
be disposed of on Monday at this place, coni
iting of Sereral Negro.gtoek of Cattle,
Hogsm, Horses, Males, Cme- .ib Nodder, Planta
tion Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture,
-L. JoNES, S. E. D.
Nov 15 3t 44
BY Virtue of a wrnit of _Fieri Facias to me
Bdirected, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
ield Court House, on the first Monday in De
cember next, the following property ini the fol
lowing case, viz:
John Cothran vs. John Irvin, thetract of land
where the Defendant- resides, containing Two
Hundred and thirty-three (233) acres, miore 01
less, adjoining lands of Isaae Bowleis, L. G. Hot
loway and others.
LEWIS JoSs, S. E. D.
Nov 15 3t 44
Ltter and~ Foolscap Paper.
JUtST Received a large supply of Letter ano
Foolsen p Paper fot sale at very low prieen
Same excellent Letter Paper at 12& cents per qr. b:
the ream or half reamn.
Aho, a large supply of Sebool and Blank Book:
G. L.' PENN, AGENT.
Sept. 28 it3
B Y Virtuc of an Order from 11. T. Wright. Fq.
Ordinary of Edgefield D'striet, I will offier for
Sale on MONDAY the 19th of DECEMBER
next, and the days following, at the Ninety-Six and
Hickory Grove Plantations, of the late N. L. Gajr
FIX, Esq., three and five miles respectively South of
Ninety-Six Depot, on the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Road, the Personal Estate of the said deceased.
not otherwise disposed of by Order of the Court of
One Hundred and Fifteen Negroes,
An uncommonly prime and likely lot-among
them 45 or 50 fellows and boys-about 75 or 80
hands-2 Plantation Blacksmiths-and no Negroes
of advanced age.
Forty Head of Mlules and I7orses,
Two Yokes of Oxen,
100 Head of choice Cattle of improved breeds,
SEVENTY HEAD OF BAKEWELL SHEEP,
Forty or Fifty head fattened Hogs, some valuable
Four Gin-Heads, three Road Wagons, three Pian
tation Wagons, two Sets 16f Blacksmith Tools,
Plantation Tools of all kinds, flous,!hold
and Kitehen Furniture,
5,000 Bushels of Corn,
FODDER, PEAS, OATS, 1c., &c.
The Sale will begin at the Ninety-Six place,
where the Negroes will be sold.
TR3t1s or SALE.-All sums under $20 Cash, and
over that amount twelve months credit, with note
and two approved Su;eties to secure the purchase
money. M. L. BONHAM, Anx'on.
November 2 7 4-2
O N WEDNESDAY, the 14th of December
next ensuing, (the same day upon which the
Commissioner is to sell the real Estate of Manstleld
IHoingsworth, dee'd.) I will offer for sale at the
same place, the Personal Estate or the said de
ceased, of which the fullowing list contains an enu
meration as full as is necessary.
Forty-One Likely Young Negroes,
One Pair of Horses, Eleven Mules,
Stock of Cattle and Hogs, Fattening Hogs,
I Buggy, 2 Carriages, Waggons,
Blacksmith and Plantation Tools,
50 SHARES OF EDGEFIELD & CIEATHAM PLANK
One Fine Double Barrel Shot Gun. one Gin Head,
Household and.Kitchen Furniture,
Two Tbousand Busliels of Corn,
A quantity of Fodder, a lot of Wheat, Oats and
Peas, Cotton and Cotton Seed, and other articles
Tzais oF SAI.E-All sums above $10 on a credit
until the first day of November next, with note aid
two approved sureties-all sunis of that ulount and
og" Sale will positively commence at 10 o'clock.
D.F. IIOLLINGSWORTH, Adm'or.
Nov 16 4t '44
BY Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright, Esq..
Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shall pro
ceed to sell, at the bite residence of Atticus Tucker,
le'd., on Tuesday the 13th of December next, all,
the personal property of said dee'd., consisting of
the following property. viz:
44 Likely Young Negroes.
Thirty-four of whom are boys and fellows, twenty
five Mules and Horses, a large stock of Cattle and
175 BALES OF COTTON,
Two Thousand Bushcis of Corn,
Fodder and Oats, one Rotnd Wagon. Ox Cart, one
one Carri*g as good as new, llousehold and
Kithen Furniture, Plantation Tools, and maniy
other things to.. tedious to ment-ion.
TEauts OF SA LE.-On a credit of twelve miontlis.
LANDON TUCE.R, Adm'or.
Nov.1 0 t 45.
)YVirtue of an Order from H1. T. Wright,
q. Ordinary of Edgefield District. I will
naedto seli, at the late residence af Atnna An
'Jersd, deceased, otn Thursday .the 8th December
next, the following personal propesrty of said dec'd.,
2'7 Likely Negroes,
A mong this fine gang may be found an excliant
Milr, Wagoner, and others- whose services are
very valuablhe on a plantation.
One 1lfine Pair of horses and Carriage,
Seven Nluhes and horses, Stock of Cattle, fine lot
of Hogs, 3 Yokes of Oxen.
800 Enshels of Cornt,
Targe lot of Fodder, one set of Pda~cksnmith Tools.
PIan::uiion Tols, Household and Kitchen Furni
ture, &c., &c.
S'e to5 coyimec at 10 o'ceek A . M.
Ters.-Twelve nmonths cred't. A tl sums uinder
~0 eash. G. J. ANDERSON, Adm'or.
Nov.G 16 St 4.1
B)Y Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright.
.IEq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, we will
proceed to sell at thec resid'-nee of tl:c late W. M.
1iimermatn, deceased, on Monuday the 9th~ lDe
e.mer next, the following personal property of
said dee'd., viz:
Nine Prime Negroes.
As likely a gang as will be found-compjrisinig field
hands, Cooks, Washer and Ironer, &c.
Two Horses, two Mules, stock of Cattle and
hoss, present years crop of Ciorn, Foddler amid
Oats. a-e Barouche, one Road Wnagin, Ilousehild
td Kitcenz Furniiture, Plantation Tfools, and othier
articles not necessary to mention.
Ters.-A eredit of twelve months. All sums
nuder $10 cash.
WILLIAM BYRD, Adm'ors.
Nov. 16 5t 44
BY Virtue of an Order from H. T. Wright,
.Esq., Ordinary of Edgefleld District, I sht;,1
proceed to sell on T UESDAY, the 13thm Dcemwber
next, at the hate residence of -lohn Gibson, dee'd.,
two miles from Germoanville, the Personal Estate of
said deceased, consisting of
Twenty-Seven Likely Negroes,
Stock of Ilorses, Cattle, Sheep, hogs. Household
amd Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Cotton, Fodider, Cot
tonsed, One Plantation WVaggonm, One Buggy,
One Sett Blacksmith Tools, &c.
JOlhN HUIET, Admr.
Nov 9 5t 43
)Y Virtue of an Order from HI.T. Wright, Esqi.,
.O Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will sell at
the late residence of Mrs. Mary Anderson, otn
Thursday, the 15th December next,
12 or 13 Likely Negroes.
TERss.-On1 a credit of twelve mionths wth note
and approved securities.
RO0UT. MIERRIWETIIER, A dm'or.
Novi9 4t 43
T UE Subseriber will otter for sale at Elgenieh1
LC. H., en the FIRST MONDA Y in Deegn-m
er mext, the following Lands belonging to the E~s
tate of William Waldruma, dec'd.
The IIOMESTEAD TRACT, containing Six
Hhundredl and eight acres, more or less, and1 adon
ing inds of Dr. Jamies F. Adams, Daniel Prescott
adeohn WV. Mundy.
The MA RTIN TRACT, containing Three Hun
dred and sixty- eight aeres, muore or less, atnd adjoin
ing lands of Williamu Strom and the homestead
The MANCE TRACT, containing Sixty-ighut
cres, more or less, adjoining the Jlhomestead Tract
ni the Martin Tract. Terms made known on, day
of Sale. JOSEPH CRAlFON, Ex'or.
Nov 2 5t 42
T HE Subscriber will otter for sale at Liberty Hill,
.Lon Monday the 12th December next, the
Real andI Personal property of Warren F. Winan,
dee'd., to wit
TWO or 'THREE LOTS, situated at Liberty
hi. One, wecll improved with a good D)wchling
House, Grocery Store, and other out buildmigs.
Several LIUELY YOUNG NEGROES, Stock
of Cattle and Hogs, two or three Horses and Oae
Mule, one Two-Horse Wagon, One Rockaway, and
other articles not mentioned.
Terms made known on day of sale.
JEREMIAH SEIGLER, Ex'or.
Nov iG 31 41
CONSTANTLY. ON HAN
I AM NOW receiving my ust
FALL AND WI
To which I respectfully invite t
and the Trading Public.
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 12,
Law Notice! A,
F MIET SEIBLES, AT-rNFy Ar L
Ewill practice in the Courts of Edgelield, Lex
ington and A bbeville.
gV OFFICE at Edgefeld C. TI., S. C.
Sept 14 3m 34
WILL be found at all times in his Office, at
YEdgifield Court House, near tile PLAwrE's
lie will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov. 14 if 51
ABN E R PERRIN,
A CENT for the Proseention of Claims for Boun
tty Lanl, Revolutionary and other Pensions
Omfluee at Edgetield C. 1., S. C.
Feb23 tf 6
R. JOHN G. WILLIAMS having re
D eently moved to Edgefield Village, for the pur
pse of devoting his ifh'i,le time to the practice of
his Profession, would .most respectfully suolicit a
hare of that patronage, which was at one time so
generously extended to him.
97 For the present he may be found during the
day at WLLIAis & Citmo'rIE's Store, and at ight
at his own residence, the house recently occupied
by the Rev. C. A. RAruoxa, near the Male Acade.
Sept21 t f 36
NEW FALL GOODSI
B C. BRYAN Ias received, at his old
B. Stand, (the lBrick Store) a FULL ASSORT
EFANY DRY GMOODal
-CONOisTING IN PART OF
Rich Colored Brocade SILKS,
" Plaid SILKS,
Superior Plain Black SILKS,
a Plain Spun - "
"t Anerienise "
" French and English MERINOS,
" I)ILAN ES, and Scotch Ginghams,
English, French and American PRINTS.
A GOOD AssoRT3IiENr OF
Kerseys, Plains, Bed &Negro Blankets,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
Which lie otTers at the LOWEST PItICES for
Cash, and on timie to punctual customers.
OT Call and] examine for yourselves.
Edgetield C:11., Oct 12 tf 39
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, NUSIC, &c,
TIlE Subscribers would ealled at
tention'to their Splendid assortment of
A 1 FR TES,
Of 6, 6, 61 and 7 Octavos from the celebrated
nAnuactories of BAcoN & RAveN, TAZELTON &
Bnos. and A. II. GAL.E & Co., of Ne~v York
These are madle from the besrnnd thoroughly sea
smed materials, with all the latest improvements,
nd are WAiLIANTII) to stamd the varions- -
hnnes of tis eliate-and. for equaliti and sweet- i
nessof tone cannot be surpassed.
Their 1B00K and STATIONERY departient
onists of a good assolit at - f
School and miJsce aeous Boosg
And all tie:Cheap literatftre, as isoon as.-publihedl,
a well as a large aninwc seleed Stucklof iw
In the statejioonsisting ofall the popiular Songs,
Waltzes, Marches, Variati ns, &e.
g7J NeJw Music receiv devery week.
They alsuo keep an elegant assortment of the foe~
owing instruments oen hand viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clari
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horni,
TENOR HIORN'S, FLUTINAS, FLACEOLETS, BANJSS
Alan. an assortment of 3Musical Mierehanndi7e,
gr At anssorliment of superior Violin and Guitar
STING(S, :lavar on hand.
All tihe aboeve articles wtill be sold foer Cn:-h or
ool.ppr, by G EO. A. O.\T ES & BROS.
Broad Street, Augusti, Ga.
No 9. tf 42
COLUMDIA, B. C..
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boiler M~aker.
LL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw Mtill Gear
?). ing anid shiaftinig moae anid warranted tee per
form equal to :my in the State.
ir. It. T..\ius, at Edgelield C. II., is authourised
.Agent to nmake econtracts.
Nov. 2, 1S53. ly - 42
No. 6o& East-Day, opposite P. & N. Bank
CHiAaL.Es'roN. S. C.
H E keeps constanitly for sale a gea assrt
mLLIenit of PAINTS and OIL.S of all kinds,
Winedow Glass and Sashes,
Sps Turpentine, Camaphene. Spirit Gas,
Tallow, G, rindstogs, Cordage,
'Chain Pumps; Glue, Packing Yarn,
Cotton Foot Gin Fixtures, and iDrushes of various
Charleston, Nov. 1 - m - 42
C AR OL INA HOT E L
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
e ' TillS ESTABLISH MENT for
merly knbwn as the "~ SrA.mt 1o
-rEr.,1 having been purchased and
opened in December last by the Undersigned, lie
wotle moset respectfully solicit his friendls and the
pulic enerally to give him a call, as lie feels con
lent that lhe can di, as well for themt as could be
expected in a lae like this.
His Ilouse is situated on Main Street, one block
So~th of the Public Square, and con venient to those
travelling the Plank Rtoad. Also, from Colrmbia,
A iken and G runiteville. Ihis St-ibles are convenient
to the Ilouse ail always well suplie..
The eounse is suflkiently retired from thte bunsi
ness part of the Town to render it always quiet anld
comfiertable, so that thle weary traveler umny always
be sure of a good nighte rest.
F. al. NICHOLAS.
May 11 tf 17
New Fall & Winter Goods,
' VII E Subserib~er begs leave to offer to his custo
m1 Iers anid frienlds, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
In of its varieties whiich he has selected with
great care in the best Northern Manrkets: such as,
YNew York and- Boston, and which he thinks is well
adapted to the Fall and Winter trade.
A geod Stock of all other articles usually kept for
the use of couatry trade ; all of which ill be sold
low for Cash, or on accommuoda~ting terms to punc
The very highest Starket price will be paid for
Cotton and other produce in exchlange for Goods.
M. W. CLARY.
Sept 2S 1853 tf 37
For Sale or Rent
. A Well btuilt and very comfortable L AW
1 OFFICE, near the Court Uouse, with two
lbeoms. and a fire pilnee to each. A pply at this Omeec
Oct 12 oIn 39J
P T &SILL EgVNl
supply of GOODS for the
NT ER T R AD E,
le attention of the Community
W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, PARK Row.
Irs, Dupre's. Seminary
CHARLESTON, S. C. -
rTITS INSTITUTION, long conducted with such
T.nu-nal sucess, entered upon. its Exercises
for the twelfth year on the 3rd .ofOctober, 185;.
An efficient Corps of Instructors has becn organ
ized for the ensuing season. To provide -decom
modations for its increasing numbers, a. range of
thirty additional rooms bas ben added to .jpgi
niti building, and every provision as' .bimade
for the personal comfort of the pupils, an- foir ex
tending to all the advantages-of a thorOughfiemale
Education. The following is the. -
BOARD OF INSTaUgO.N.
PRIsCIPAL-.3as. JULIA DUPRE
MRs. JULIA C. BO. EAU.
L-CTUIR.-REV CRANMORE: W LACE.
Ray. CRAN3IORE WALLAC, ecient -Lagna
geA, Ethics, &e.
Iffiss A. GILAIOR E,
Miss E. R. BREWSTER, Engish Deprnt
Miss 1. J. FLETCHER,
hiss C. REED,
Ins. . C. BOUTNETHEAUS,
Miss WHISK EMAN, French, Drawing
MILLS. THERESE MARDAGA, and Painting.
IADAME -- ,
Miss WHISKEMAN, 3 upic-Vocal and
Nln. REEVES, ntmew
is. W. L. IIAMBRUCH.
It may be important to persons -at a distance to
dtate that a Branch of this Institution has beetn es
ablished at* Aiken, a place famed for Its health,
where Students may be removed in the summer
icason, and under the same superintendence, may
wntinue the same system of instruction.
Charleston, Oct 10 2m s9
New Fall and Winter Goods,
MILLER & WARREN,
i AVE Just received, at their Store; Corner op
f posite the Mansion House, a -large-ami coin
)ete Stoek of FALL AND WlNTER-GOODS,
Brocade nud Rich Plaid -SILKS,
Brnade and Striped, Black SIL1gS
Rich Figured Cpshmeres and D'Laine,
Plain French and English Merinosm
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article. for C~idreni
Col'd'Eiglish3Flannels, for Child re ad a -
Super. Mhite Gauze and WelshFlnnels
Blaeli.'Alpacei:nid Canton Clothofx Ladies'
Black Chally, DtLaines and Bombazines,
Trench, English ad Amerienn PRlNTS
French 'aIOEMIZE.i'S and SLEEVfe
Muslin Edgiugrand Insertings e.Jtis Line
Damask Table Cloths. Tabl'Napkinsand
124 -esy Barnaley Sheetin -
Together withi a fine Stoel~ 9
~Cen'ucky JEANS, CLOTfl CASSl&~~V~
We respectfullysolleit a tal 1--..
nd customers, aind pr~ts~ittnA lj M.
o well to giyentsislo~)iArr
os 35 and40a kReet, here ~e
~ejesa eto cxldc frids a C
Extensive Stx cf :~ A
oprising those otheir Ensomehitet
arious othier styles usually 'funid -in'this marhe*''
.Teir long acquaintancee with t-ts narket as'
lanfacturers anid D~ealrs wil. enable theuie
&l'r great inducements to pure aserms~both~z a~~?~*
d prtiers. Sf -
11lE Propriotor of thie't VAnwErv Svons wonl1
inform the public that lie hason hand and is
rom timec to time receiving supplies of
a.ll Kinds of Toys for Girls and Boys~
uch as Dolls of all . descriptions Crying Babies,
Porcelin,Alab.'ster, India Rubber and Kid heads,
md some very large Wax Dolls, witk natural hair,
noviig eyes, and ats itural as life.: -'
bl. RB LES of all kinds, Rubber NA1fTS,>&ce:
i., and when yoiu visit Augusta just call in an4.
>uy a nice present for the good wife, the darling
)y and the beautiful girl-as l; have somethinag
o suit each oine, and perhaps you' may see some'
hing to suit * No. 1."
155. Broad Street,sAugusta Ga
Sept 5 tif 34~
Clear Spring. Academy.
T HIlS.INSTITOTION will continue for the en'
.suing year under the charge of JIv., J'.- L
LESLY. Theli lung experience and success of' this
rntlinan as a Teacher are well known, ana' the
lrustees deem it unnecessary to insert anything- irr
his notice with regard to his qualifications.--Tha
:Shool for the next year will not be innited.
Terms: SI ti, $24. andl $40 per annum.
By order of the Bonird of Trustees.
'JAMlES MlcCASLAN, Chiai/K.l
Nov. 2 . . 2m - 42.
A Seleot Classical School
1T TILL be opened by the Subsceriber, on the
VYV 10th .January 1854, about three miiles North.
,f Liberty HIi'l. The number of Students is linmi
ed to twenty.
Tuition .10 per Session of 10 months. Enrly
ppliction must be made tta secure admission. The
ndivided attention of the Teacher will be given to'
For further information, addrcss
Logmires. S. C., Nov 9 tf 43
A LTL Persons indebted to'thi Estate of Warren
F?. Winin, dee'd., are' earnestly slicited to
make payment forthwith, andthose having demands
gainst said Estate will please render- them. in inm.
mediately. JEREMIIAH SEIGLXIgEx'or,
Nov m . . 43
LLPeresons indebted to the Estate of Thomas
.Chamnberlan, dee'd., are requested to mnko -
payment immediately, and those having demands
must render them in soon, as the Estate will .and
must be settled up by the twenty-fith of Dee nert,
W.: D.. JENNINGS, Adnir
IS TTEPEBY givcn to nal persons indebted'to the.
-Estate of Edniund Boyd,-dee'd., to make im
mediate payment, an& those having demands-aganst -
the said Estate, will rendeir them ihr properly attestet.
-JAS, & TANDY BOYD, Esx'rs.
NMnythe 3rd of October, from Edcefield
C.'o d., BAY HORSE of medium size,-14.
or 15 years old. A ny informationt respecting. the
said horse will be-tinktfully received aud expensesi
paid by informing 0.. L. Penn, or
J. II. HUGRITES.
Oct12 ' f39
To Boot and Shoe IIakers.
TWO First rate .BOQT MAKE[m5 .aud EIVE'
Tgood PEG. WOR1MEN~ will Sud loistant
employment, next door to Stus's.
Rl. T. MIMIS.
U07~Fine Boots and Shoes of allf-descriptions -
made to order.