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HAM.BURG, Nov. 15.
Co-rro.-Our market during the past week has
ondergonie some change in prices. Yesterday and
the day previous, sales were made at a decline oIT 4
to 2 on the b-tter qualities, and on the lower grades
the decline has been proportionally greater. We
quaote as extremes G6 to 9. No yellow fever in
Town. - D.
A RE GULA R Conimuniention of
No. 5(, A. F M., will be held in
their 11aIl on Saturday evening, 18th
inst., at 71 o'clock.
By order of tile W. l.
A. G. TEAGUE, See'y.
Nov 9 2t 43
To the Ladies.
RS. E. T. H A MILTON, takes
this mi thud of info-rming tht.- Lad es of W
Edgedeld dVilage and %icinity, that -i. has com
Millinery and Dress-making Business,
At the Store formerly occupied by Mrs. iaowN.
Niv 16 tf 44
The Daguerrean Car.
M R. LEIGH would respectrully announce
to the Lidies and Gantilemein of' I'dticid
ndl.vi.in.t tlat he will be ready Ly Monday the
20th inst., to lurnish all that may ~ir lm l wh a
call. with a Cullt1ECT IAGLI-,RI:OTYPE
LIKEN iZSS, in any of the ditl'rvnt st. lez they may
Nov 16 tf 44
FURTHER P1OSTPONEM ENT!
IN Order to aillow the Cit.z, os of .\ utusta tia
to naake' aiple 1airations for the iccil.iig .Nhi
bInon, the E.weutive Lonlilittee 4f the " outliern
Centrai .\gr'eultural Society," have linai.liV eun
cluded to pI..:pone the Fair until the iut .siaEiay
Ther fore the pep%. ofr Gergia an.1 the aIjo.in
ing.ra-atesa re.p,-etuliy noat.red that the 'til
Fair ol the Society wIl ..assively be held at A ugus
t. on M UN \) ', 1) EC .LEM i 4th. 154, in
accordace with the Rules and Reguations'herto- I
lore puohiahed. D. W. LEWIS, See'ry
Nov 14 if 144
Edgefield Male Academy.
I 1. L2. in mi hand the accounts of the I Jdgeield
.Male Academy aigainast parents and guardians
who have pattr-ouised the istitutionI for the paz-t
scholstie year. All indebted are reque.,icti tI
cone forward at once anti sett!e, that tle TIIrusre. s
mn;1% also. set:l.- with ti.-.r T.achiers. It is de.,irable
that payment be m.ade, at the telahest, by ;he 10th
.De,.aer. G. A- iD.)i6U
Treasurer Iuiid of Ta ustees.
Nov 16 , 44
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
' l1 Ek CO-piartnership heeiofire ex sting between
IcnAntusoC & MiCl)ONS.itJ, is this dhay dis
,.lved by mutual conscit. All .idebied ail ith-ale
mnake jyryet to -1onN C. .lcDO:,NALU. n% lho is unt
thoriz d to settle up the businen, Af tie F.rm.
J. C. McDUSAL..
Hamburg, November 9, 1854.
A CA II
I AVING purchased Sr. UICTlIcuNusoN's ilterest
in the above l'irm, the Suteebrater respeet
fully intormns hi,;-fri, ids and the pubilc geie.ra.!y
that he intends to c.nltilue the sale of
Reidy-Made Clothing, ac.,
In tliv Town of lamburg ; and hiolas by keepin
cmtivo on hand a full anl i:shi*,4i,.b'e soilmeit
of headi'-Made Clothing, &., to receive a libernl
share o' patoine. Tle Pl.mrters.f Edrfield andl
thi- adj-in.ng i ).str:cts are spiecially ine'ited to e.x
amine my Stock bet.re trading el-cn here.
JOllN C. .\ic.ONN.\LD.
Ilamburg. Nov 14 tf 441
Fine Groceries, Liquors, &e,
r I ll E: Subseriber hasi now in Store a ha' .a Stock
I of ( GrecerIes, &c., wthhi he wtill dispose a.f at
ren:airkably low p)1Ile s. Amnig his Stack iiay be
No. I Clarified, Crushed nd Lonai Sne::r,
Yellow Cotree Sugar, an excellent ai ticle,
Nlereer Po:atoes, Silver skin Onions,
F'ine Chewing Tobica, d :l'eieiit braids.
First qual~ty I lavaniia anal Ame~riean Cigars,
Sperm and Adanniatine' Caiialhes.
Starch, Pepaper, Slu.-tard, FExtra Fine Taeldea Salt,
Sardinas, Salmoaan, L.obsters. Tomnatte Eetchiup,
.Peper Sauce, l'reserves of every d<>eriptiaaih
'Eckles. Spalenadid Vin~egar. &c.. &c.
Liquors anad W1ines.
Gibson's bast Whaiskeyv, Neet:ar ado.
New Enghmlad ltum. I otmestie Bi andy,
Unlillnd Git. Sladleira Winae,
T1eneriffe. anid Nla'nga do
Claret ini bxs, l.esle & Ca's Stemneh Blitters, -
Waolf anid Rolss' Sachunipp<, &c.
Also, 2J Ca.-ks of Superiaar Er:imdies.
S. E. DOWIElRS, Agent.
Unhmburg, Nov 14. tf .44
Boot and Shoe Notice---A Dun1
forward and s.tle tup ean or' beoesala ae iday in lDe
enmber net Unhl 5 a o namaly' with this requ~est.
fiends and eustaomers. it will be utterly iniaposasible
fo'r tie to conithi~ne butsiniess. Slitney is wtarttd,
anal mney must be had. WMa. alcEVOY.
No" lIt 3t 44
Wagon Yard !
r j'l IE U~ndersignied t. k.-s this mnetimad of inform-'
Iin'g his caunitry frianads aiid the 1aublie gene
ra:hy thai h~e has opened a
Wagou. Yard and Stock Lot,
in the to'wn of Illamburg. near the Spaut spr:n1cs,
at the largre ati commoi~tdi, us Stibis whiere the
PI.mnieis Ilte~l foimerly stoodl, whtere he is' pre'
paread to accommanodatte Waiigmesrs antd Dron~vers with
eVery.thingl~ wanted in theair lIne.
li s 'tables and Lois are ini the htighest aind dri
e't part oft the Town, anal convenient to. tha best oaf
water-with these iidvantages andt his prsonial at
tentron. lie hoipes to receive a libternil ptriniag.
Gy H e will kes p constantly on handl and for
sale at thet lowest martket prics, al tuppily of Corn,
I'adder. &c.. nad wtill also feed httrsa by the day,
wick or mnisrth. F. MI. F'ITS.
liaburg. S. 0.. Nov. 14, 3t 44
Valuable Residence for Sale.
I Wi'l.l, sellJ, by virtue or an order firom II. T.
Wrihat, Ordinary'. qan tile first Moayail~ ini Jan
uary next, at Ed-stliel1 C.11., iha' rtial Estat' of
Mrs. flidlley Gray, diacensed, coansisting~ af A FIN E
j)W EILING HOUSE and LOT' in the Taown or
T Fprits-On a credit of twa-lye monthis-purcha
sers giving thaeir notes, and two appi'oved sur eties.
I . A . G RA\Y.
Adm'or. witht thte Will annexed.
Nov. 14 . 4t 44
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
Eliza A. Bell,
rs. Bill for Partition.
1N obeadiencee to an 'rde'r of Court ini thisenase.
Isigna-d at Juine Term, 1852. 1 will proceed
to selI on thea first Moinday ill Janiuary 1855, at
Edgeiield C. II.. the followving T'ruet of Land.
the sale aof whieh has been thus far poslpiened
by cuonsent of piarties:
A Tract (or the estte of' J. A. Bell, dee'd.,)
k nown as the "Home "I'ract," containing one
huntdred acres, more oar less, sit uated in the Stale
tmnd DistricLt.afoaresnid. lying on the waters of
Tnrkcey Creaek. and bounded by lands of'T. L.
Martin. Tandy Burkhalter and Abram Kilerenise.
This Truect heas been occuipied forthe last year
or Iwo by the widow of i. A. Bell.
TERMS-A credit of twelve months, except
as to so much as will pay :osts which will be re
quiread in cash. Purchiase'r to give boned with
ample secuirily, and to pay for piaers.
A. SIMKiNS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 14 7t d4
RICH DRY GOODS.
- Stling off at fioot!
W U. 11. CRANE, AUGUSTA, GEonaGA.
from this date selt off him large S'OCA
of TDY GL1OOlS OST FOR CASH!
lie has a good assotment if
Staple and Fancy Dry Geods,
an,1 many DRlI!S GOODS suitable for the FALL
Ile respectfully invites the attention of all wl'o
wish to purclhat:e Dry Goods at tie Lowts'r Possi
11.E PImCs, fur a r.tre opportunity now presenti
Augusta, Nov 14 2t 44
NEW FALL DRY GOODS,
CORNER OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
1 ILEIt & WARR EN, will offerirreat
S idituee m nts to their tritds and customenrs
this season to purchase their F.A LI and WINTElR
They d3. not pretend to say they have the richest
and l:trest stock ever off red inl tis ciiv. that tlhe
have be.tte r taste in thitr selectiois. or pitssess Stupf
ritir a:I vaitages over their neightbors: but .hey la'c
e-rtaitnly the richest and imost elegant stock they
ever had in store.
-IN DRESS GOODS
They have Rich :-atin Stiiped l'laid SILKS;
Rich Ieavy Croca-ie Col'd do.
11k. Satin Stripe.1 Plaid and Watered SILKS of
new and be:aniitul styl.-s;
Plain llei SILKS, mnd Plain do.
11cl Illinted Fr. CASHMERES and DE
ni-autiful small fig. DELAINES, for misses'
PIain Fret:ch ME RINOS and CASH MERES,
of everv shade :
Sup. fine l1k. Fr. BOMBAZINE:
k. ..ICHIALLE and DELAINES;
MAINTILLAS,TALMAS AND CLOAKS
embtracitnZ eve y varit tiof p.,tterns and mat-rial,
frim i w-prieel to the richest and highest 'cost
EMBROIDERIES, comprisina a larize and
no.-t !n-ant assortt n of liieb French Worked
Colars. Clemi;ettes, Undersleeves, Stomachers,
I landkerehaiels, ifants' Rtobes atd Worked Budies.
Maltese C1lars, Chmizut'es and Riceves;
H.eh Euibroidered i Maids, of the latest styles of
licamtful lot of Rtnnet and NXeck Rilihinsi
Linen Catbrie hem-st'ed Ilandkerehiefs, Mitts,
Black and White Silk IToiery ; Alpaca and Mo
Ladies and Misses Hlime all siz's
" Silk an-1 M-rin Vtsts and Misaes do.
-IN HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES
Thev lave an etei-ss v.:rietv -f TOW ELLINGS
TABLE NAPKINS an. DOYLIrS ;
I 2-4 l.incnmn I ('oton P!LLO I CASE Goods,
, TABLE C) OTIIS. all sizes, of the richist
Damas.k and Snotw drop limrrs.
French and,Enrsh CASSIMERES, BROAD
CLOTIIS. VESTiNGS. TWEEDS, Welsh
FLA NNELS. and every other arttile kept in the
Dry Goods line.
Piersons , viitina the City, can rely on fiding the
n st s of G d amtiti in richness and varity
unsurpa!.sLi ir- any market, to which their attenti. I
is iniited. as they will be otlYered at low prices.
Augusta, Nolv 25 tf 44
1 LT.ER & WA!R[REN, Auzusta, Ga., have
.l in St 're a larve and sulperior lift of B ED
B..ANKI-'S frmti $3 to .930 a pair.
Also, I Iaevy \ero BLA NK E'S. from 75 cis.
to .1,.0 each, weighing from G4 to 8 piunds, it,
whieh they invite the attention of hlouse-Keepers
A ncusta, Nov 14 3m 44
Negro Blankets and Cloths.
ft.L.,A S lF.AR, AUGUAST, GA , respfeet
T fully in vites the attent:mt oir Planter; to, hi
laro 4n'ply of N .1 RO I LA NlK ETS and NE
GR(W CL.OTiS, whichl hle is prepag to sell uat
very low pic~es.
E ugu-;ta, Nov 14 tf 44
~Isini oiSouuth Onroixna,
31arthat Reynolds antd Elizabeth 1
Johntt Reynottalds, Sarah Reytnolds
N iibedientce to an Order of Court itn thtiscae
I I ill ellat Edgetield C. H., ott thte first
haiandav int Decembier ntext, the following real
estate of~ Andly Reynolds, dee'd., viz:
That pirt iota of a Tract of Land, ktnown na
the Patturton~r Tract." which lies Stiuth of Cutffee
To',wn Cree.k. Tii is itn fact the whtole or the
Btrttoi Tract, excipt abiitt twety-five acres,
Nor t ibto the afore,aidl Creek, whicht has beent
cut ff,. to be ;addedi tot the H-omne Tract. On ~tthe
said Tract (cotainain tt twitI huntdred antd ttinty
tight aeres. moira e or less) are aboeut forty acres
ot good bh oom land in a high state of cutltivae
TE'R3auS--A credit of Otte :ttd two i'ears with
iterest frutt day uef sale. Costs iof t his sftit to
b. paid in cash. Putrebasers to give B~otd nithi
mple stureties to steture the purchase monley.
Papers to be paid for extra.
A. SIMbKINS, C. E. E D.
Nov. 9 4tu 44
STATE~ 0OF SOUTH CAROLIlNA,
Adi:-on S. Rantdall, by his 1
IN otbeditetce to~etnt order of Coutrt in thisecase,
I will sell at Ed;;etield C. HI. on the lirst
M oundaV in Noatiemb er ttext thte following real
estia to~tf Sceabtrn Raintdalli dee'd. viz:
A Tract of Lanttd, situtated int the Di.trt n a tnd
SIt-e a foresaiid, ott bot h sides thet Edgelield &
I aburyt Platnk Rotm1a, otne mile beltiw the Old
W els, ciittaiintg one itundrted antd forty acres,
ire or Iless.
TEtiats.-A eredit of~ one year frc~m day of
sle. Costs to b~e paid itt cnsh. Purchasers tt
ive botnd utnd atmple security. Papers to be
paid for extrat
A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nuov 9 4te - 44
~STATE3 OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jus. Jenttintgs anid wile Celia,
Jaes WV. and Hentrietta Freenmat
B Y Virt ut of atn Ordler Ifrom) Chtan. WVardlaw,
Swill sel a :t Ed~tgelield C. II., (on the first
odav int Decetmbetr ntext, thte It.llowving real
estate of Mirs. J1uliti E. Ft eemtjit, dec'td, viz:
A Tract of Latnd cotanintg iine htundred
atd ninty ncre<, mtttre or Ie.,s, situnated itn thet
District of Ed getield atnd Stites aforesaid, :ttd
butded by liand., ttf Jatnes W. Freeman, Cha-.
Fremantt, Jlos. I1. Jetmtings, land~s ti .thte esltte
of Henry F. Freemain, deid., antd (thlers.
T EtS.4lAcdi! of otle attd two yeatrs from day
of le. Pntrebaser to give bontd, wIth gitod
surety, tit seentre the purchia~e mtoney. A mtourt
gage of thte ptremies will be reqtuired. Costs
to be paid itt enash. Papers to be piaid for extra
of other costs.
A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 9 4te 44
STATE OF SOUTH'I CA ROLINA,
Phillhip Jenntinigs, umnpsont
Jenntmtgs and others, L
Martha JIenntings and others.
IT appearing that Artchtbal Jenntings, Aaron
J entn.ngsantd Josi.,h .Jennintgs, thtree tof the D~e
fetdants tee this suit, reside otut of and beyoind the
liitts ofl itis State, On motion of Mr. A tst, sit
lieitr for Comnpltaintatts, Ordered that said Archi
bald .lettnings, A aront -enhnings and .losiahl JIenntings
do pledi, antswer or demtur to. thte Bill itn thtis ease
n ittin three mtonithu. from tIl date, tnd, ont their
failure Ithe doo, that the samet bt takett pro contfesso
agaisttten. A. SIKINS, p. E. E. D.
Au 4, 9 1t . Sm .
NEW FALL GOODS!
W TILLIAMi 61.1EAR, Augusta, Ga, has re
ee:ved from New Yoerk his FUiL SUP
PLIFSof FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, em
bracing a large and splendid asortment suitab:e fur
the Fall and Witer Is- a &soni , amataoig which are
Rich Faney co:ored S:lks, of new and beautiful
Plain Black Si!ks, in great variety of style, and
of superior quality ;
leh Pars priated DeLaines, and Faney of all
W ool Plaids:
Lupin's colored white and black Merinos, and
plain co!ored Del.aines;
A very large supply of sniall-figured, all-woel
printed(l I el,.ines, fur children, of new and b auti
Englsh and American Fancy Prints, in a great
variety of styles:
Superitor Seoteh f.ney Ginghams, of new and
beut.ful Winter sti ls;
Eleganat Freneh Embriderie', enbracingr La
dies' Collars. Chemnizetites, U idler.leeves anal I land
kere rsveti. or new and sp!endid styles:
La;dies' Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks and Tal
mas of the lateat stVles;
Ladie..' licih Embroidered and Plain Paris Silk
A large supply of Ta ties', Misses'and Children's
llsiery, of the best maa;ke;
llies and Gentlemt. t's Sup Gauntlet Gloves;
Ladies' and Misses' 7derio and silk Vests:
Gentlemen's and Youth's Silk and Maerino Shirts
anl Drawers; -
Superior Welch Gauze, Saxony and Silk Warp
and I leavy Flannes:
Superior English Colored Flannels, or Ladies'
EnglidI and American Cotton Flannels, of extra
A very large supply of Mourning Goods, for La
dies' use, of superior quality
Sierior 12-4-Linen Shcetings and Pillow Case
Superiar 8 4 and 10- Table and D4amask Dia
pers, rome of ext a quality:
Itieh Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, some of
extra ize ;
Scoteh and Bird's Eye Diapers, extra fine, for
Ileavy Scoateh Diapers and IIunkahanks, for
Superior Vhitney and Alerino BWankets of extra
s'ze :mad <;uality :
Superior Crib 1!:nkets;
Al . i a reat variety of ither seaonaaable artieles
sutaib e foar l'am, ly and P'!aation use. 't lie puld e
are ra-pa etfu!!y inv.ted to ea;l and examine the as
W. S. espeial.v silicits a call from his long-can
tinued friends anal patnons, iand nasre. them that
no exer'tions on his p-art will be wantng to supplasey
themtt with the latest anal most desadable ttyles of
Goods, at the laowest prices.
Au-usta, Nov 14 tf 44
Carpets and Curtain Materials,
I ILLIAM SHEAIt, AtUGUSTA, Ga..
Vla has just received foom Niew York a large
Eaglish Brussels Carpets, of the best quality and
of new and eleg ant styles
Eg'.rlisl Velvet Carpets, of new and splendid
Ex:ra Three Ply. Ingrain and Venetian Carpets;
1 :eh Chenil'a. Ins. to athel tle Ca' p, ts;
Priated Crumb] & in paatea n -anl by ae yard
Loch eaaoslae i eaa!ks aal I Lhaianes, for Lur
tains. with G imps anad TIae.sels taa nmich.
[iclh lmbroidlered Lace and alutlin Curtains,
and som. at very ha priaes;
Fmbrd.-redl Muslia, for Curtaians. br the yard
Winldow sthades of lanaiful siyles:
Suiperioar Fuaniture Dimities and Fine Cotton
G-It Cernices. Curtain' B. nds, and Brass and
Plated Stai Rai.ds;
The Public are respectfully invited to call and ex
am ne the a-sortment.
Au-usta. Nov 14 tf 44
By Hi Excellency'John Laurence Mnning, Gov
ernor- and Commaander-in-.Chief in ad over the
State of South Carulina.
W.I1Et!E.\S it is a duty inedmbent upon every
pY1e opile tat all tiam. s tao ackno~wledege thecir dec
penldance upnat aa tall-wiseotaa an erciful Gode; to
praise himas for hats glory tand beneafactiorns, and teo ex
press itt ceenatraitiana anda htuamIitatioen a subaaas-ion tae
lls disi easationeas, anad depeancaae tupaaon ~ lcloer ;
A nde whecreas at is etnintent y be comaina ian thte pere
ple aof this State, int view oef thae great benselits wvhieba
have bean ha-sao vedl uapon thaeaa duariaag tihe least year,
rand talsoe iaa view of the maortality ad eather calaami
ties wh cha int .smaae places have betallen theaa, toa
make piutelademans tatiaons of thteir gr'at tude, aand
laue iliatioan aand re~signaation :
Now. that refor'e I, dOIIN LAURENCE MAN
N ING, Goeveraaor :md Comanader-in-Chzief iaa anal
rver thae State of Soathl Care lUa, dho hetebay set apart
Tl UtS I) A Y, die tweanty-tha ad day of Nev emaber,
as a aday eaf Th'anatk-giving, F'astia:g, i unmiliatiea aaad
'rayer ; and I haereby iaavie da the aanisters .mad teach
e'r. of' all act igiaans tdenaomaittatioans thtroutghoeut thea
St~ate, upona that daty te aopean thecir several iaces oef
pble woarshaip, aand retuarn atanks tee Ahui-.ht9 God
far thte anife.-tastionasof I is taere'y t tnknowledge
thesiats of thte teoplie; andI, by humaaaila:ioen aand
rye to entreat II is foargiveaness of thaeam. atnd imn
tlore the exteansion over thec commaaonaweahh of hlis
love aand amerey.
And I furthar invite all personts engaged ina secu
lar uresu t- to e'o'e. fer thte dhay abcove maeantiedec.
their places of busintea', aand torswake their usual
av"ocationts, and to preomolee, ais fatr tas pessibale, at prop
er observanace ot the r ghts tad solemnities of thec
Givena anler may htand andl these~al of thea State,
att Cae:aabia, this thirty-.first day eaf Octo
br, A. D. e1 thaouasaami e gh hunadre-an~td
fetyor, at in thte se'venaty-ein.ha year ft
JNV. I4AUiliNCE MANNING.
BENi. Pea, Secretary eaf state.
STATEf OF soUTil CAROLINA,
IN ORDIN A RY.
Wh'lere-as Beaajatnian T. Mims ha~s itaplied Io
me leer Leuters of eAdailiaaist rat ion, otaall a nd
siagul. e thec gooadse aand ebauelavs rights naad er, d
is oef Joehn MIims hite of the Di.<trict, afeeresaid,
These tare, thereforae, Io cite and atdmonisha all
and iaguhir, the kitndred iand ecreditors af te
sad deeast'ed, to be anad ztppenr before tae, at
our naext Ordinary's Csaurt foer thae sasid Distrt,
Io be hcldent at Edgetield C. H. oan thte 24a h dai
of November inst, toa shoaw catuse. itf anty, wh'ly
the staid tadmxinais:rnatioan shtouldl not lhe gratated.
Given under nay htand atnd seal, thijs 10-h day mef
Neat., itn tg year oaf atnr Lord onre tousanad
-ihtIshundred atnd faifty-f eur :and in the seventy.
shanthI year of Amierie art intdeentdence.
H-. 'T. WIGII'T, O. E. D,
Nov 16 2r. 44
8tate of Scauth Carolina,
B Y HI. T. WRIGH T, Esq., Ordinary ofEdge
Whereus, Willi.atn Langlev has applied to
me for Letters of Adtministrtation, oat tall etad
siuar thte gooads and c'hattle-s, rights and etred
its of Josiah Ltagety late of' t~he District, afo,-e
ilThese tare, therefore, to cite and admonishi atll
ad sinagular, the kindrned and creditors of thte
said deceased, to be aad alpeatr befoare me, tat
our ntext Ordinarny's Court for the stid District,
to be htolden att Edgefleld C. H., (et the 27th
day of Noav. itnst, to shtow catuse, if atny, why
the staid administration should not be grated.
Given under mty hanad anad seal, this 30th dasy
of Nov. ina the yemr of' otur Loard one thosusatnd
eight haundred and ifty-four, tand int thec 79th
year of Americana lndependence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Nov 16 2t 44
-- Bacon !
J UST received ta supply of C11OICE BACON
SIDES, SI1OULiElis and- IIA S, fear sale
Chapa Ior Gsfh.eG. L. PENN, AGEN'r.
MnayA tf 16
B ACHE LORIS BALL!
T IIDoRER will he a GRAND BALL given at
MIr. A INER l3USI1NELL'S, two mies from
Edgelield C. II., on the evening of the 1 6th Noveimi
ber, 1854, in honor of the Edgeflield Bathe
Iors, all of whom must dlauue on the oecasion or
undergo a punialinent to be imposed by the Ladiei.
A limited number of Tickets can be obtained by
early appliention to either or the Committee of Ar
Dr. BENJ. WALDO, C. W. STYLES, Esq.
11. IL SPANN, Esq. LOD DILL.
Dr. R. S. K EY. Dr. 31. W. ABNEY,
H. BOU LN A R E, W31. LOGUEI, Esq.
Dr. W. M. BURT, JOHN BACON. Esq.
JULIUS DAY, L. GOM1ILLION,
Dr. A. U. TEAGUE, Dr. E. BLAND,
W. .W. GOuDSIAN, A. J. 631 YLY,
J. A. ItAND. E. 1i. COVA It,
S. P. T'O131KINS. A. M1. PERRIN, Esq.
E. T. DAVIS,
P. F. LABUIDE, 3I. I. D)EAL,
A. LINDSEY. Dr. J. 31. DAY,
C. McGIEGOR, E. 31. PENN.
W31. SlcEVOY, W. B. ADDISON,
L. alUNt;ER, L. W. YOUNGBLOOD
SAM. 31AI(IsII, J. E. AlcDONNALLD,
M. LIEBESCIIULrZ, W. L. STEVENS,
J. A. WILLIAM1IS, JOHN WISE,
THOS. G. KEY, Esq. L. I. COUBURN,
JOS. ABN EY, Etq. P. R. BLA LOCK,
T. P. lcGt. ATHf. Esq. E. D. WATSON,
W. 11. ATKINSON, T1IOS. 6311TII,
Ill. W. GAllEY, A. B. DEAN,
JEsSE GOMI3LLION, W. W. JOUltiDAN,
J. C. LOVEL.ESS. A. SWEARENGIN.
FRED. W. S1I1TH,
COMMTTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
W. P" BUITLER, I t. L. HOLLOWAY,
LEWIS COVAt, D 0. w. ClIRISTJAN,
D. It. l)URlISOE, G. D. TILLIAN.
Nov 8 2t 43
T I E Trustees have cngAged the services of r.
.L.1\A \ S LESLY. of Abbevdle J)iitrier, for
the .\ali I)epartmeit, iaid Rev. W. 11. CIIHRISTIE
for the Vemale Department. Mr. C. will be assit. d
by abe instruclors.
Fr,mi the experienceo of the present year, the
Trustes take pleasure in recommending .r. Casts
'IE to the publie as a very cunpetent and energetie
M1r. I..siv is too well known in this and the ad
jo'iiing Distr.ets to require a single introdhietory re
imairk from us. IL: is well qualiied to give entire
Rates of Tuition.
First Class, Primary Lepartmctt, per Scss'on $9,00
2nd " ordinary Enclish branches,......1 ,0
3ni " higher Engli.h branihes........15,00
4t " Greck amI Rioman Literature with
hiighe~r .\athen ids..........18,00
Extrs--Drawvint, l'nitmg, French and
Pupils are charged i from the time of entering' Un
til the end of the Session. Tuiion in ad vance.
The Sehools wdil open on the first londay in
Junuiary. being divided into two Sessions of five
U- Two largTe buildings in addition to those al
ready near, will be rendy to necummolate boarders
by the first of January.
Clhair'i BoardI of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy for 1855!
r '[I E Trutees of this uhistittition take pleasure
T in ani nouncin tit the public. that they have en
caged the services of NIr. (G. GALPIJIN !or
the ensuing year. I Is industry and ability need
111) c0m4ienhIitio'n at our ian'is.
,t exercises of the Academy will commenee on
MlONDAY 15th January 1855.
Terms, rat's o' Tuition, &c., same as hitherto;
but for particular inflormation, address Nlr. GALtri's,
at Longmire's P. 0., S. C.
By order of the Board.
W. IIAIRRISON, Chair'n.
Nov 9 3m 43
Notice to Classical. Scholars.
T I H E U;ndersieai, rustees of thle EdLeelild
I. \late Aeandemty, aidveriize. that they will re
ceive applientiions, for the positioin of Teacher and
Praneilal in tihe husitLution undher their cha~rge for
the niext y.-ar, uintil the 15tih November. It is one
of. the best olhportunxities of the kitnd now offered ini
tile State. None need apply, unlesas they can show
the highest qualinL'ations.
JOIIN LlPSCOIB, 1 ,
A. SI tIKiNS, |;
R. T. MI.\IS,
G. A. A IJi)ISON, I
L EWIS .JON ES. '
Oct 19 4t 40
girlh Sonth Caro~liimi will copy until thes
15thb N<.v., andi forwa.rd account to G. A. Addlison,
Treasurer or the Boardl of Trustees.
Rich Dress Silks
AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!I
WVILL IA AM SIl E AR,. has just received fron
New York, LAIES' 1R IC1 II] R ESS
S I L K S, of new and~ beautiful styles, which wene
purchIased at nnetion greatly hbelow the c'st of iim
portationi atnd which are oi'~eredl at great bargains.
'Tle blies are respieetfully invited to call and ex
amine thet assortmient.
A ugusia, Sept 11 tf 35
TOTTCE is hereby given, that the Firm of
I SPlnlEs & S EIL EY, in the Blueks'mith aad
Wheelwright business, is this day dissolve I by mou
tal consent. All pers'ins in~debted to the concern
will settle with Williami Spire~s, as lie is authoriz~ed
to settle up the business oif the Firm.
WI LLIAal SPIRES,
I~nmburg, Oct 15th, 1854. 4!t 43
Lb Peisoiis indebted tll the Estate of M. E.
iJ |lilligsworthz, dlee'd., are earne'.tly requestedl
to settle iimmiediately, na gu.:rdins are apjpoiintedl,
and thle E-taite imust be brotnaht to a speedy close.
Tose having idematids against said Esiate, wil
please rendler iliem its properly attestedl, by the first
of .Jtanuary next.
Ii. F. IIOLLINGSWORTII, Adrm'or.
Nov 9 If 43
To all Persons Interested!
IT'1 is imipossible for the Merehanit of litmited mienni
to carry oin business profitably or satisfactorily
unless miore promplhtitude is observnble amng~x his
custmers in the settlemaent of iheir accounts. Mvy
own interest lias suif-redl from this neglect, and I
must settle miy re.sp'etive tclaimxs. With this view
I ..arnest'y ask all pesn indebted to tie to, come
forwa,.1 aid enneecl the'ir oIhliention:s, (hy cash if
they enn, if not, at leasi by note) atnd thierebyvhave
te the time and, tro'uble of a persoinal appl~itio.
W. P. IUTLER.
Edlgefleld C. 11., Oct. 4, if 38
LT, Persons indebted to the Estate of Atticus
LA. Tucker, dec'd., are notifie~d to tiake prompt
payient, and those having demiands ntnittst soid
Estate are requested to render them in immediately,
L AN DON TUCKER, Adm'or.
.T une 29 fCm* 24
I S thus givcn t all personxs indebted to Mrs
Elizabheth Mlartin, dee'd.. tOo make immiediate
pament, and those hlaving denmnds againist said
Estate, will render them in fi'rthwiihi, priperhy at
te-ted. G. W. I~IUTON, Ex'or.
Nov 9 t- f 43
T O save Cost atnd to benefit hi~s Creditors, an
itrnest appecal is maxde to those itdebted to
SAmU. E. I'oWEtts to dlime forward atnd pay up.
I is Assignecd Estate nhlst be speedily closed.
.W.IW. 6ALE, Assignee.
T Tmburg, Aung 5. 1854. 3m 30
Sil Your Cotton and Pay Your
1, S Cotton is now bringing a good price, I think
11. It is the proper time~ for all persons indebted to
me, to sell their Cotton and pay up pomptly. What
say you genthemien ? - h W. CL ARY.
CLarrYON, Nov. 2 4t 42
TiS l~ip lit presenlt occupied -by Mr. Lad 11i11
.1 as a D~ry Gtods Stor,. In my absence aipply
to ,1. A. Williams.. - S. CilRISTIE.
'Dnon' et -Sn
RICH UR-f Y- OODS 1
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
GRAY B ROTH-ERS,
B EG to inform the lubilic, that the r Fall pur
cheI Qs this encason have b en LN U U A LLY
LAU lW , havintg been in the Nrtlern mm-kets
over tiree mionths this Summer, where So somalny
inrgs- ntuetien sales took plaee, offiring deciled a,
vantage to close purchasers. Wie ca confidently
say that our Stock is MUCh1 CllE.\PER than the
like quality of Goods cotl'd lie obtained a few weeks
later, when the great body of' Merchants went to
Our d, sire, owing to the very short sension that
we will nmv necessarily ave, is to dispo"e of this
-arge Stock. independent of profits, and we maky
veiture to say thit we enn &n--r as strotng induce
mens ts as any of our ieighbors, if not stronger.
In our lltSS GOOD8 ROOM will be found
the rieliet varieties of the Seaon, such as
Elegant .ltorintigult SILKS;
Rich Satin. Striped do
E egantt black Plaii d' -
Smail Sir.ped l-l.iids and figured
Rich Broevnle Plain, striped and Plaid, 50 cents
p. r yard, word 75 entts;
I.ain Black Silks, all widths, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watered stud Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and Satins ;
Figured, all Wool, French Muslin DeLuines, 12b
cents, worth 50 cents;
French Merinos, very ebeap;
Lupicis' best Boibazine, exceedingly low;
B ack Jamiiese, a new:tud very desirable all-Wool
Goods fo.r murnting;
Blaek Alpacens all qualities, some very fine and
Mantil as, Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap ;
Urqe, i ashinere and Woollen Shawls;
Em roiderks of all k;nds, of the most elegant
Riebons fo-r the Million,flte bonnet and neck, 64
cents a yard. worieth 21) ieints;
Valiceos and Gongltames, blest styles, very cheap,
)eiomcstic tioolds os ali kinds;
Blankets and Kerseys untiusinly low, and a gre at
var.ety of oder article to.whieh we would r.speet
iullv inv,te the attentiou of- the pubiie.
Atuw-usta, Nov 14 tf 44
B Y Viriue of writs of Fieri Feins to me
direeted, I shall preceed to sell at Edge
iield Court House. oin the first. Monday it
Decemiber next, the following property in Lie fol
luwing' ease. Viz:
Jitt Hn ill, Adior., vs Willian Minor, One
Tre: of Land contaiining three acres, more or
less, ijiining lantds of C. B. Cochran, T. '.
Cieltraii anid others.
Zaclriah A.ixon vs: Artiuor Lott. John A.
Lott. and Jo l [I. Lot ; Wm. Ste ens, Execu'r.
vs. Arthir Lot, Mark M:at his atnd Jno,. C. Ilar
ri.; Johnson A. Bldnd,. Adn'r, vs. Arthur Lott,
C.iiton Ward and Ientry Hloward ; other PIlnin
.iIn vs. Artlhur Lott, One tract (of Land con
t:iniintg (100) aeres mire or less, ndjoining lands
of Jackson HohlneS, Derick Holsnhleake. Isaa
Bush and others, levied on as the property of the
duled.it, Arthur Lott.
Terms Cash. LEWIS JONES, s. F, D.
Nov 9 4to 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
rs. Foreign Attachment.
Chas. T. Harris.
Jas. S. HIarrison, .
rs. Foreign Attachment.
Y Virtue of on' Order from the Court of
tCommon Pleas to mn directed, I shall pro
eed to sell on the- first Monday in Berember
next, at Ecigefield C. H., one Bay Mille, the
property or the Defendant Charles T. 1-arris.
Ters Csh.LEWVIS .IONES, S.- E. D.
Nov. 9 4t e 44
STATF. OF SOtlTH1- CARIOLIN A,
WV. B3. Kemp aind wife Francees Ann,
Permelia Britt and others, Def'tts.
Y)' Virtue of an Order from [1. T. Wright,
EqOrdinatry, I shall proceed to sell otn
te first Muondaey itt Decenmber next. at Edgefield
C. HI., lice real estate of Je-se Limbecker, dee.,
cosisting~ eel one Traet, cotaiing oneC htnndre.d
antd ify-tvwo (152) neres, more or less, anud one
eether TIrneet eeeetaiining otne htundred atnd twety
five (125) wweres, more or less, situate i Edgte
lield District, con the waters of Benever Damn
Creek, aind beuiide~d by lands ref Seaborn Stael
ceatke'r. Jametis Cwepehart aced others.
TER~s-A credit 'sf twelve months, with
itierest froem the ay of sale. The Purchaser
to cive bonid wit I two approved seetrities and at
moicr4~wte of tIve pre'mises to the Ordinnwry to se
enre the torchase moncey. Costs to be paid in
Csh. * LE WIS JONES, s. E. D.
Nov 9 41e 44
Thos. K. Collier,
BlY Virtue of the Wril of Fi. Fa. in the~ fore
~ging caise, I shall proceed to sell on Sat
unav the 25th Novemnber inist., ait Freeland's
Net , otte 45 Saw Gitn, levied on nta the proper
ty 'Joseph Winip~el. -InTtrm Cwash.
*LEWVIS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov 9 , 4te 44
STAT E OIF NOUTH'I CA ROLINA,
EDiG kPhELI) DISTRICT,
b'usatn Busse'y. A pplicant,
John ;end Sarah Bussey. Def'ts.
B Y Virtute oif an order fromt H. T. Wrightt,
Urdiniary oh Edgrelield Distriet,itt the aibtve
stted ense, 'I .--hall ~preeeeed to sell on the first
.\l indlay ini Decemeh'r ntext, cit Edlgehield C. H.,
he Ianl tiofa Jothin Jjissey, dee'dI., nii nate in thle
District afo'eresnsid, eotiningtit ejae huntdredl anid
twemyi (120) cieres, aind honndled bay latids ofl
George C. Reobertsont. Richard Parks anid the
Esate oef Wm'o. Riobertsoni.
TlERMi-A credit icf twelve monuths, Ceept.
cots I~iwhi met- be paid. in enish. Thle putrchawser
will be requtired ito give biend with amcple seet..
riy, andte a mtori g.ie eef lie premni-es to i le Or
iliary' to seenre tie purchase tmoey.
LE WIS JON ES, S. E. D.
Nov 13 te 44
1) ERSON-s itndebtedl to the Estate of Drury
.\eeergan. dlee'el., nre requested tc come fotr ward
and s ttle withoeut dc-lay, and those havin~g demtanids
agnst the sacne tee pL L'5ent thiem prnopcerly attested
at an early dayv, as we are desirous of elosiung up the
cut stadsag debts iof said Estate.
GEIJ. WV. aORGAN,
GEO). W. NIXON.' & m-s.
Nov 9 2mn 43
A LL Persons indlebtetd tee the Estate of Capt. E.
B. BELCil ER,[ dlecenesedl, up to the timie of
his decat, sire ewnnetly requested toc make prompt
payent, annd thocse havinig de'mandis against said
E~stte will render theme in to the undersignced proep
erly attested.eJ. E. LE EId, Ex'or.
Nov 2 tf 42
N OTICE is herelly given to all persons inidebted
toc the Estate oef A mos Wattson, dee'ud., to
make prompt paym--nt, and thnse haiving~ demands
to presenit them forthwith, proeperly attested.
JOSIAU PA I GETT, Adan'er.
Nov 9 - 4t* 43
Money Wanted !
. LL Persons having demands against the Estate
1. of .Jesse. Limnbeeker, dee'd., are notified to
render them in forthwith, properly attested-and all
anyise indebJi to said. Estate, are hereby fore
warned tea settle the sarte immediately, as lonuger
indulgence iust tnt be expected.
j, S. SiIAI)R ACK, , d'
Js. L4MUECK4li. A r
Aug~10 r5m ' "- 30
To former Friends and Patronsi
S E. BOWERS, thankful for past patrion
* aue, ivould beg .-ave to inforn the public that
i i 6 now receiving LA RG E C..nsigniments tof
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, oordials,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
S u I a r %, .
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSIED AND LOAF,
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all articles usually kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
llon.ses, one in New ,York and the other in Augus
ta. he i-s prepared to fill all orlers for
At the sh'ortest notice Il.missile.
As he is acting as Agent only, lie would re
spectfuly infortii all that hi. business must be dlone
on the CASH S16STEMl ENTIRELY ; for Lis low
prices nil small conmi.ssionas will not warrant ex
tension of time on ooi s sold.
lie is.deterninied to s.-l. Low, for Casi,
and hoopes top merit a share or the trade. Come o'ne,
coie a4l. and examine Ihis Stock before purchasing,
-it is nl he asks.
M The busine;es will be conducted under the
name and style of S. E. Bowcas, Agent.
liamihur", Nov. 1 itf 42
New Fall and Winter Goods!
r MIE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
t and WI N'4R GOODS (at the Brick Store)
among which ma, be found
Rich Satin. Plaid and l'ancy SILKS, of the latest
and toost fashionable styles,
Rich Figured. Plaid and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English 1 ERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MANTI LLAS,
" Embroid-red Fri nch COLLARS, UN
I)ER.-LEEVES and CI EMIZhTTES,
A variety of BUNN ETS and Bonnet RIBBONS
Boot% and Sioce, Bats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNA D URG8 and FACTOR Y STRIPES,
GROC IftI ES,
Hardware, Orockery, kc.
Tozether with a large and well sel.-cted variety of
ot her soo;sl, too numerous to mention.
IV" The pub!ie generally are respectfully solicited
to cal and examtine the above mentioned Stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 26 tf 41
BY D. TIIOMIPSON. SIMS,
OORNER OF EIOHARDSON AND LAUREL STS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Nov. 2 ' 4t 42
McGREGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGE, IJBUGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
.n rite of evc ry description. They also keep
on hand d large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Cairages,
CT- .\ll orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgtfield C. II., .1an 18 tf I
Warehouse a n d Commission
0 T LAN -T,
I) ENEWS the tender of his services to the pub.
1R lic, for the Storage and sale or CO'fTON.
ORAIN, FlOUR, BACOLN ,a:ind a1 othercountry
produce. Pureias- of Merchandize, and every
description of produce on orders. Will make cash
advances on shipmei'ts of Cotton to Savannah. Char.
l-ston. Ualtimore and New York : with .the usual
ca.h advanices (in Cotton or other Produce in store.
Charges-custonary rates of the city.
A uausta. Sept 11 3m* 35
Patent Mletalie Burial Cases!
T ILl ESE valuable air-tight and indestructible Ca.
I ses, for prteitcting aind p)reserving the Decad fot
ordinary iterment, for vaults, for tsnsporttion), or
ih.r any other desirabhle purpose. are ofisered for sale
in this Village, cheap for Cash, by
J. M. WITT.
P. 5.--I have on hand an assortment of all sizes.
Jiuly 27 tf 28
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
IN BAKER COUNT'Y, GA.
TIIlE well ktnown Oak and I lickory Cotton Pi.an.
I t ition, enlied Gmeten wod, situated o'n the Cesola
wahlee Swamp, .six miles west of Alban, Baker
Couinty, (now I)ueughierty.) Satid PIlanation colt
tains 150U aires of the very best'land in said coutnty.
mmost of which is cleared, with exteive imnprove
iments on it, mn perfect order. Mly usual crop is
about 2n0I bailes, of 500 poundl ach, with 27 hantds.
Twenty younig Alub-ns, about eight thousanid bush
Pls Corni, aind the stock of I foes ainnd Cattle, Awill be
soldl with the pice. Sair lPlantaitioni hais prioveni
very healthy. I wm:l reserve onme lot of two hun
dired and fifty~ aeres if the purchaser does notohject.
The fertility and niever-failiing qualities of Baker
County lands, together with the exemption, in al
great mnea-ure, fromt the Boll Worm and Caterpiller,
being so well knowii, renders it tiseless to enume
rate the nmany advantages they pessess over* any
cotton lands in this State or elsewhere. Aly onily
reason for selbng, is to conlcentrate my plantang in
terests. and to bring moy negroes nearer to my paee
of residence and business. Termis easy to the pur.
chaser. Apply to N. CRUWGER,
84 Bay street, Savannah, Geo.
Aug 24 46m . 3~2
Important to Farmers,
TJIIS will inifortm the Planters of Edgefield Dis
.1trict that we have late~ly bought from Mir. J.
T. & L. J. Warr thle right of a v ry
Valuable Cotton-Seed Planter,
for the above mismed D~istrict. We will have an
Agenit to exhibit the PLANTER, and will sell in
dividlual Rights and Alachinmes on reasonable termis.
It opetns the bed, dir:lls the seed and covers it:
and it is also excellent for drdlling Guanto or anty
oethe r A l.aur. Thle Planter was Pateinted last Au
gust by the Mlessrs. WaIr, anid is said tw-be second
to none in the Patent Ollice.
W. D: CALIIOUN,
Oct 19 tf 40
Piney Woods Land for Sale,
T il t' bubseriber's health being such as to prevent
Ii s attentling to his P'lantation and M ., lie offers
for sale Twenity-two hundred (2:00) acres of land,
lying on Shiaw's Creek, about 10 miles South east
ot Edgelield C i1., and 11 miles North of Aiken.
One half of the above Tract is good plantiing land,
anid there is on it a qutantity of timber, and a GRIST
and SA W MIlL L, on a uever~ failing stream. The
proeposed Rai Road from Aiken to the Greenville &
Columbia Rail Road will pass near or through it.
Thle stream affords sullicient water for a large
factory, and toi Capitalists a rare chance for invest
nient is olflered.
Persons watnting informatiotn as to terms, &c.,
will apply to tmy br. ther, George A. Adidison, at
Edigetield C. H. .JOS. A. ADDISON.
0 Oc17 5t40
BETWECEN Pottersville and Edgefield C. II., a
.J.J.iA Ll POt.KETi 1BOOK, colitamnig a smal
aumount of monotey, stome nmotes and accountsaa niote
on 't illiami 11amdtoni, given sotmetiame in Juily,
1851, for $:5 ; acounit ona m~ ni1. Dora bor $22 50 ;
account on D0. Chapmuan for $10., and perhapss~me
other papers not recollected.
GE.ORGE W. DOOLEY.
Nov 2 tf42
A LLProsinde-bted to the Estate of Elijah
T. Ra'aen, de 'd., are requested to make i
nladiate payment, and those hiavitig demiansls agaiinist
saId Estaite will presenit themt pimperiy attested,tis I
Intend to close tho estate by the 25th December
next. JOSEP11 WYSE, Adtn'or.
1tov 9 ~ - 5:43
PPLsICATION wilt be made to the Leg'slature
.L .oftiis State, at its next session, for a Road
romn Graimteville to Aiken direct.
'Aug 31 3:n-3
E X E CUT O B N 'A LEI'f
W ILI be sold ons MONI)AY the 27th Novem
bur next. by the Nubscriber' t-thew late rtsi'
dience of Capt. E IB Ue ehr. -'e'd., aP the Ra
and Pessonal es-tate -of said deesed. The Reil
estate consists of
Thirteen Hundred Acres,
Which will be divida e in tli feeoving Trneats. vis.
THE MUNDY OR 'l gilESTEAI PLACF
This Tract etntainsThreelhun.tred sud. f.rtn inte
(340) Aeres-two hundred ad fifty oif whichi, in
a high state of eultivations: The' balnce is Oak nnd
Ilickory Woodland, and very sup.rior Cotton l.at -
On this place there is a larm-- and commiowdions Dwell
ing House. Gin louise and %crew. Ilaeksnith S1sep
Barn and Stables, with all otler out buidihi gsa
cessary for farming purposes..
TIlE YELI)ELL PLACE'
This Tract contains Feor hundred and' ifew.
(415) Acres-about one hundr d nt-stcixty.ares are
cleared ipilsnd. fifty #-f which is fresh and verv mu
perior sandy soil. The halanee oef the upland is tite
flret qua!itv of sandy wooidltmd-it has also.seventy
five or eigihty aeres opf b'ttustr land. partly woadland
:md partly meadow. On. this plae there is a good
comfortable Dwelling Ilcuse with other goe'd out
THE BELCHER OR SWAMP TRACT.
This Tract contains Four hundred and'forty- bree
(443) Aeres-two hundred f whielt is first quality
Creek bettoms, sixty of which its ia fine state of
cultivation, while the remainder is woodland, thickly
covered with Poplar, M pie, Bilnek Walnut, R
Elm, White, Red and :-pa'ish 'fak. and other
growth. The balance is uplund. partinnd in cultiva
tion. pms tly woodland, and all very superior for Cot-'
ton and Grain. On this plte there is agoid Dwoll-.
in g Ilouse and out buildings.
The above adIjoining Tracts, situated and iying on '
the Seott's Ferry Road. some two mise from Liber-'
ty Hill, form three very desirable settlemento; or
taken together is one of the beat bodies of'Land in
TIE BURTON PLACE.
This Tract contains one hundred and ten (110)
acres, lying on the west side of Cufe,- Town Creel,
adjoining lands of PIr. Stephens. A. G. Ga-kin
and .1. P. Quattlebum, a, portion of which has beeir
Thirty-Two Likely Young Negroes,
A mong them a good Bineksmith.the Crop of -Corn
Fodder.Oats,Sock of Ilorsie. Mules. Cattle, Fat and
Stock Hogs, Blacksmith and Plantation Tools, two
Road Wagons, Household and Kitchen Fui'iture .
Terms made known on day of sa!e.
JOH N E. L EWli Ex'or.
Oct 26 5t '41
W ILL be sold at the late resilence of Christi
ana Iluiet, dee'd., four miles from Mount
Willing, on Tuesday the 12th December next, ail
the Real and l'ersonal itate of said deceased. The
Real estate consists of Two Tracts of V A LUABLE
Tract No. 1. the " Hlomestead" of raid decessed
contains about Three hundred seres, In a fine state
of cultivatlon, and arijeining lands of Allison De
loach, .lhhn C. Simkins, John Jeeng-and otherr.
Tract :;o. 2 contains Two hundred acres, forty
of which is clenr and most!y fresh, while the balance
is fine and well-tisibered woed!and. Said Trasc is
bounded by bands of John C. Sitmkins, EM of R. II
Boukuight and others.--The personaly consists of
The Crop of Ctton. Corn. Oats. Fodder, a quanti
ty of Flour, Stock of tattle, Horses and fligs,
Blacksmith and Planatiton Tools. one Rond Wag
gon, I lousehold and Kitclsen Furniture, &e.
Tesxs.-.\ credit of twelve mionths with interest
from date-purchasers will be required to give notes
with two approved securities. Allisums..of and
under 810 cash. G.-). IlUIET. Ex'or.
Nov 9 5L 43
Administrator's Sale 1
BY Virtue of an Order froms If. T. Wright. Or
dinar, of Edgefield I istrict. will be sold on
Wediesday the 13th lie. ext nt daus fo:lowireg,
ill the persinal estate of the late Col R. 1. 'sonk
night. dee'd.. at the residence o ni-I deceaaed, three
miles from Mt. Willing, eonstting of
Twenty-Eight Likely Negroes,
The.Crop of Ceirn. Fee .ler, Ceettten nd Oats, a
quantity of erseellent Fissr. Stra-oftW),,seuij'Upes.
Cattle. I loge astd ~Sheeip. ene 'atrsiage. nentifinse w.
one Bugscy. onse Rioad Wags~ean. W'neksmith ndl
Plantation Tetols, Hlousehohll anti Kitent Furasi
ture, &c., &c.
Tearn'-Twelve mnthils credit-insterest frm
date-with note and :npproeved seuritis. feer all musics
above ten dollars ; of suned under thsat mum eash, -be
feere delivery if proejrly.
M \RY II0UKNIGILT, - e'r
Nov 9 5t 43
W, I'LL hte soid een 21st Neenmiber next, at the
late resiedence oef ILewis ,\sbi~l. dee'd., -the
following proeMrty the'osng nc in aid deceased, viz:
Eight head of lierses and Mlule's, Three Wagons,
tweo Catrt<. twoe yokse f Oxen. Corn and Fodder,
$tieck of Cattle. Haens, Ileenseehold anid Kitchen Fur
niture. Plasntatiuon sitd Blacksmith Teeols, and other
Aliso, at the samte timse, Three Tracts of
Laand, lying itn Edge .-ld lastrier;f on waitera of
Clear and .41'1 -er's (reek.
Tract No. I. ceotainus tilree hundered neres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Thlteiias Pitts ansd
Tract No. 2, conteitns Feur Hundred Aeres,
more or less, adjoin'mg ratct Nc 1, P. 15. Ambill and.
Tract No 3, contatins Thtree 11undered ad Fifty
neres; more or less-all woeodmd-and adjeetiig
Trnet No 2, Benj. (ate aned oths-rs. On. thu plae
there is a good .\ill Se'at-dniiu ready msadle.
TEans--Twelve miontls credit with note ansd two
appruved securities. All moms undh-r $5.n0O cashl.
P. II. AsiHELL,
II. CATOE. -
Oct 26 4t ' . 4
B Y an Order froem II. T. Wright. Oretinnry of
Edelfleld District. I will proceed to sell at thte
late r'esidetce of Simeoen Mlatthews, dee'd..,on
TIIURSDA Y, 23d day of Noivemb.-r, the follow
ing property, viz:
Fifteen Likely Negroeg,
A STOCK OF MULES. COWS 4. HOGS;
Crop of Cotto.., Coras, Fodder, &c.,
Toosls' of almtost every deser pliun, &c., &c.
Tzsavs.-On a credit of twelve months. Pur
chtasers will he required tee give notes, with imphe
security before the delivery of any of the property.
All sums under Sin ensh. .-t
SIMPSON MA TH EWS, A dm'or.
A Bargain o~Ered.
I WILL alsot sell as the sua' time'and plie', . by.
eemsenst of parties, that VALUABLE PLAN
TA TION belongingi te:he Estate of thsesaid Simeon
Mtithiews, dec'd., situ:ste one Rocky Creek, contain
ing Six H sidred nere's, more or less, and adjoining
lands of .A. Bland', -11. C. Turner and others. A
plat of said land will be exhibited on the day of sale.
Terms will be made' kneewn eas that ay.
SIMPSON MATTHOEWS, -
Oct 19 5t g4o0s'aes
A dministrator's Safe..
B)Y Virtue of an order from H. T. WrIght,. Or
.Ldinary. I will sell at the late i'esidenueeWm.~
Doby, dee'd., eta Tu'sday thte 28th Nov., 'the per- '
sonal estate of sad da'eed ceensiting of.
SIX LIKELY NEGROES,
Crop of Corn. Fodder, tsoec oef I~ree,Cattle &e
otne Yoke of Oxen. I 1ousehe'aad Kitehen F urns
ture. Plar'ation Tool'. &o.
Teasr- ll senums of and under $10. ensh-ovt
that amsount on a eredit of twelve meonths. Pur-.'
ehas~ers will- be req~uiredl tea give nhetes and approved-~
security. Protperty not tee be reiev-d atilternss
of sale are coniplied wish. andt 'if rsol ltwill s
at the former purehaser's ritek.
.WM. E. DOlY, Adm'or.
Nov..9 3t 43
B Y an order frotm H. T W~riehr, 'iditsary f
Edgefield l~istrict. I wili sell on Tuesdiay th
5th D~ee., thu piersonsal estate etf .ei CWearitelds
dee'd., consisting of one IIloe, Steek--f Cantie,
Household ated Kitchen Furnture.
Tasxe-All sumst oef nae unde dio a'as *t~e
that amount on a credlt of-twelre mctts,~s- P
chasers will bei required tee givee notes with l d
scurity. .F. 11ROPiUR Adm'dr
Nov 9 35