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"FINE NEW FALL AND WINTER
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON,
A RE now receiving at their Store under the
- Masonic & Odd Fellows' Hall, a LARGE
and well selected Stock of excellent
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,.
Comprising a magnificent variety of EVERY AR
TICLE usually kept in a complete Village Store,
consistiag in part of a full variety of
LAMms E0M12 @@ ,
Of the most chaste and fashionable designs, of all
qualities, and at the LOW.T PRICES.
Black Gros de Rhine SILKS;
" Satitn Striped "
Striped Glacier -t
Plaid " "
English and Germs& MERINOES;
Cashmere and Broche DELAINES;
Manchester Printed' "
Fine French Plaid
Black and Colored Alracast
" " do, silk finish;
Fine French 13ombazine ;
Challies, black and colored;
French Chambrays, &c.;
English, French, Scotch and Domestic GING
IToly's English PRINTS
Merrimac and Cocheco PRINTS; -
Furniture Chints, &o.
Swiss pad Jaconet MUSLIN;
Bishop and Victoria Lawns;
Striped and Plaid Swiss and Jaconet;
Hoop SKIRTS, plain and Skeleton;
Plain and Embroidered SKIRTS :
Brass Iloops, whalebone, &c., for Skirts;
Stella and Cashmere SHAWLS;
Embroidered Merino "
Plaid Wool "
Swiss and Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
69 it 14 " in setts;
Taconet and Swiss Edgings and Insertings;
Snyrna and Cotton Laces and Edgings;
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered L. C. Hlankerg'fs.
Reveri Hem-stiebed. ' "
Ladies' and Children Cotton Hose, white and
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOV ES;
" Lace Mlitts, long and short;
Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, &c.;
Velvet Trimmings, all widths;
Bleached and Brown SIIl RTI G:
46 " SUlEETING. all widths;
49 " Linen Ta!le Cloths;
Sootch, Russia and Huekabnck 'D iapers;
Plain, Ft inged and bordered Towels ;
Cotton Diapers and Dimasks;
Black and Colored UASSlMEPRES;
Satinetts, Kentuecky JEANS, plain and fancy;
Gents Black and fancy Silk Cnvats and Ties;
Kid, Silk, Wool and Thread Gloves, &c., &c.
A large and splendid assortment of
LBOOTS, SHOES, H1ATS, CAPS, &c.
A complete and well assorted Stock of
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
SUGAR., COFFEE, TEA, CHEESE, SODA,
SADDLES, ERIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS, &C.
All of which will be suld at VELY LOW
FIG ItiES, and on good terms.
r All we ask is an examination of our Stock
belore purchasing elsewhere.
A liberal share of public patronae iv solicited].
w. 1. & T. S. HUDSON.
WN. 1.-Groceries sold entirely for cash:
Oct 7 tf 9
E. PENN, AG ENT.
71AKES great pleasure in informinr his custo
SI. enrs and the public generally that he has re
ceived hisa stock of
embracing lEVER Y STY Lii and VAILIETY suited
to the Fall anti Winter Trade..
His Stock has b'en selected with great care, both
with reaard to Styles and prices.
.And he will alhyvs he~ found ready and happy to.
wait on his friends' who may call to ex'aanine his
St 'ck and act good basrgains.
Ed edieid Sept. S0. tf. 39.
CHIEAPER TH AN T HE ClHEAPEST !
- UE A LER IN- -
READY IADE 0 LO0T HIN G,
* SP ECTFULIA LY uorms his friendls ntl 11.c
,L public generally, that lie has ju.st returnalI
from thie North, after selectingi from the best Mar
kets a FULL ASaSORT.\ENT of
REEDY WIEDE CLOTHING,
Of the very lattst styles, and embracing ALL AR
TICLE.4 usually kept fo.r the outfit of
GENTLEMEN, YOUTHS AND CHLDREN,
AI'o. a fine assortments of
Shlrts, Collars, Drawers, Hosiery,
CRAVATS. LINEN AND SILK ]L\NDlK'CIIIEFS,
TR UNKS, L ADI ES BAND BON-ES,
VA LISES, &-c., &c.
Alho, the latest and mostt approved style of
-hats, Caps, Shuoes, &c.
Sept 30 St 38S
T n1E- Subscriber would inform the Public that
he has RE3M0VED his
ENTIRE STOOK OF GOODS
To thec Store lately occupied and owned by Col.
M. FRAZIER-and is now receiving from New
York a general Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Crockery, IHardwarec, Boots, Shoces,
And Sih other art'eles as is generally kept for
sale in this Market, all of which lie pledgefs htimi
self to sell as cheap and on as accommiodatinig
terams as his ability will admit.
Edg~efiel C. II.. Sept 22, 1857. 40:17'
P. S.-Also, BACON ad SIDES, IIAMS and
L.\RiD, contant!y on hand. Sold for Casth only.
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
Of the State Agricuiltuirni Society of
Toi be hlo atClumbia on the 1O//h, 11W, 12th,
awd 1:llh Korember, l457.
Tll Ei Exec'.ive, Commni te of the St::te Agricul
tural s-ociety of Hoo:h Catolina. rtspecifuliy
ea'l the aitte-ntio'i of the eit'zens of the Sonmhlern
states to titeir ::1prrnhime Fair, at whi.-h premai
u-:,s wl libe aard~ for all artieces of A gricuitural,
1 loi tit-ult ral :mi I~ i manie:d inoterest, as well as
La.di. s' Fancy Wrk: iand l)ii'nestic Econ:,m
embrace.l it aim e:enie P'r eimiumi Ust, wh'ch~ cani
be h.:.'l oar ienht.uon tu I. .3- (hge, Seeietary, Fair
The society las erected thC h~e.- :and most comi
mod .i~s 1 lidl in the U:: ted States, for the conive
niencee of e.shibite,:u, amnd go'd staIls for the use of
?.ll am tieces wiUllie trainspted to an-l from the
Fair, by the Rail Roads ini South Cariolina,, free of
charg at the owners risk.
Let one and a'l, from ithe mountains to the sea
board, turn out to celebrate this annmuail Festival.
A. P. CArLnot:; '
E. JT. PA .im.nat
J. F. !A asIIaLL,
A . G. SsiMit, ~-Ex. Commrittee.
.1. U. A-sA~as.
p. L. TIl.atzr I
Oct. 7, 5t 39
TVE ACIERS ar' wanted to taike charge of both
IdepartmnenR of the CU :ImYTON' ACADiE
iliES. (Male aind Fen.:h-,) fo~r the ensuing year.
Those densiring the sitution, mnyi do well to apply
imnmediately ; tesdmoniails of the mua.st relinalte chiar
noter as to sehao!arshmip, will lhe required by the
Trustees. II. A. SiIAW, See.
Oct. 6i 1857 .tf 3:
ItSereby igiveni that Mrs. EMILY CARROLL,
3.wife of EW A an G. CA ano.?. resitame mi Ifam-.
1,urg,1lit late or Graniteville, Endgelield District,
intendls to becouie a sole trader ini one month frotu
this dlate. EMILY CA RROLL.
Witness, DENJAMJ!N EAnD
nantrm Oct th~ 1857 4t 39
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEQ&AIA
r 1111 Twenty-Sixth Course of Lectures in.this
Institution, will commence on MONDAY, the
2d NOVEMBER next.
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. NEW.
TON M. D.
Anatomy, H. F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Surgery, L. A. DUGAS, l. D.
Institutes and Practice dr Medicine, L. D. FORD,
Mlateria Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Juris
prudence, I. P. GARVLN, M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants,
J. A. EVE, M. D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M.
MILLER, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, ALEX. MEANS,
Demonstrator of Anatomy, ROBERT CAMP
BELL, M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SIM
MONS, M. D.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City
Hospital and at the Jackson-street Ilospital.
Fee for whole Course, $105.
AMatrioulation Ticket (to be taken once,) $5.
Fr further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty, or to I. P. GARVIN, Dean.
Augusta. Ga., Sept. 30 1857 ~ 5t 38
- Ladies' Dress Goods,
H AS received from New York, a large and
splendid assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods,
copnirising a great variety of rich and elegant ar
ticles fur the Fall and Winter season, among which
Rich Fancy Silk Bayadere Robes, of new and el
Rich B'ayadere and Striped Glace Fancy Silks;
Ladies' Rich Flounced Silk Robes, of beautiful
Plain Black Silks. ofextra quality and rich lustre;
Superior Black'Silks, for Ladies Mourning Dres
ses, and Black Satin de Chene; -
Superior Valencia Quadrilles, a new and beauti
ful article for Ladies' Dresses;
Saxony Pla'ds, of rich colors, and beautiful -styks
for Ladies and Misses' Dresses;
Rich Cashmere and Printed Delaine Robes, with
Rich Prinuted Rayadere Mousseline Delaines;
Lupin's small figured Delaines, all wool, of beau
tiful styles for Children;
Lupin's French Merinoes and plain Delaines, of
the most-desirable colors;
Lupin's Plain White and Black Merinoes, of ex
tra quality ;
Lupin's Plain Black Mousselino Delaines, and
Plain Black and Col'd Challies;
Superior 4-4 French Prints, of new and beautiful
English and American Prints, in a great variety
Ladies' French Embroidared Lace and Muslin
Col!ars and Undersleeves, in setts;
Uadies' Embroidered Lawin and Linen Cambric
HIandker:hiies of rich and elegant styles; ;
Swiss and lJaconet Embroidered Insertings and
Edings, and Worked Muslin and Jaconet Floune
ines, of beantiful style,;
Rich Valanciennes and Thread Laces, and Rich
Ladies' Chenille Sbawls and Scarfs, of rich.and
Ladies' 6axony Plaid and French Shavils, of beau
LaIes' Stella Shawls, in a great variety of styles
and some at very low prices;
Ladies' Plaini Black Tibbet Wool Shawls, with
heavy 1ilk ldring c.
Ladies' Brooche and Stella Scarfs, of beautiful
Ladies' Half Mourning B3rooche Scarfs ;
Ladies' Cloth and Yelvet Cloaks and Talmas,
sonmc at very low prices ;.
Ladies' Mierino and Gause Metino Vests, with
Longr and Short Sleeves;
lAdies' Corset:s, of the miost appi roved stylesi
Ladies' Cruvelli, P'ompadour, Crown Royal and
With a great variety of other articles suitable for
the presenit sea on, anid to all of which the attention
of tihe pubie s respectfully invited.
Augrusta set. .30. tf. 38
GRAY & TURLEY,
STAV.\ING thorcuebly removed to their NEW
1.1 3jTOjRE, under' the U. S. H~otel,
are now re ,ivi,,1 a full and complete as;sortmnent of
rih and elecant
D RY G O ODS,
Wich hiaving been purchased for CASU, unadcr
the depr.o.sed state of the monmetary afyhirs of the
Notth, enables theam to aft'er facilities to close pur
ebasers rarely to be tmet with. Slerchan'ts, Plan
ters, and the Ladhies particularly, wouldl consult
their interest by anm exanmination of our stock and
pries. Hauving a resident p-.rehmaser at the North,
w are in the continua! receipt of " .JOl3 LOTS''
trom auction, :at unp:-eeedente~l low prices.
A mong our aa~srtm.-t w;11 he found the richest
and newest lils (GOO)S of the seasou-such
as Rich and Eleganm~t Colored and laek SILKS,
raginig from 37., conts to $5 per yard, (omiting to
speify all the n,mafactured ''jaw breaking'" names
used on such occasions.)
Fine all Wool .Aluslin DEL AINE, plain and fig'd.
Cheap Mustin Deanines in great variety ;
Lupin's best blitek Alpacenis and Uombilazines.
The very best quality : 8 doz. OSNABURtGS;
licavy all Wool Filling Georgia PLA INS and
Heavy chap Sa'inevts : all Wool Plaid Liuscys;
Blue 8ti pje and Plaidl H omespuns;
Bro. H~omeaspun and .Janes ;
Fine Bed 12aukets, very cheap.
Fitne Eniglish Timpcstry Velvet;
" " a' Brussels ;
Superior Three-pty, flne ingrain and all Wool
Cap'e:ig-(not having room: in our new store to
keel' Carpcting we will sell them at cost and char
ges.) zR IEt .
1,000 Swvirs anid .Jaekonet Bands, from 25 ets to
$1, wuorth Fully double that amoamnt.
500 Sv.iss. and Jackonet Collars, from 25 to 50
cents, wvorth SIt.
100 fine French wvorks a Ciol:arms, $2,50 to $3,50,
worth $5 to $6.
Sw'i.- amnd Jackonet EBigings and Inscrtang, in
Enuiridered and Ilemistitched Ihandkerchiefs,
50 fine Embroidered Setts, S$ to $5, exceedingly
Ita thme samne departnment will be fuund the nitost
tonlete assortment oft
that hm.-s ever been in one Ilouso in A ugusta, from
the lowVest lrien' to the tinest qjualimy, tor Ladies,
G ;mts, Mis"-s anid Youths, of ever~y leseription.
-Ten eases Iineo 3 yard wide shieeting, at 31 eents,
worth ini the Jobbin~g ih-uses in New York trom
3~ to 4'J e.-its. .sadloisus .c
Five bales fine Sea IhaHmsos d.
Tfen eases fine" Calic", warranted last colors or the0
money returned, for 10 cnts, wortht 10 to 126ets.
The best and ceepest Linens that have ever beeni
known, to seli itn Augusta, under any circumstacn s,
mare now on our shelves, and only require an exam
iat ion to , onvinaie the mnast fastidious of the great
saving in, pureha~sin'g Lincn Goods fro~m us. Splen
dl frontiung Linen for 37.A cents. that has never
bena known to sell in Augusta for less than 62 to
*The' most superb Linen Damn-k ever brought to
this market at vastly reduced rates. Splendid Tfur
kishm Towels for the batht room, 6-4 long, only 126
eents, worth. 37 cents.
Russia and Iluckaback Diaprs, in great variety,
Five hundred 12-4 squarp
For $1 ,50, worth L.'t: titne F4rencht Marseilles Quilts,
large size, S3,5O to. $5, worth fronm $8 to $10.
A very large and varied stoek of every description of
Selcted with the utmost care by decided judges of
Goods, at atueti'n and sneh 'thier places as bargains
culd Ihe obtained, within the last two weeks, to
Iwhich we would invite thme attention of those pur
ea'ig for cash, guarantecilt~ that we can, save
tm a very large per centaue onl an examination of
our stock. GRAY & TULRLEY.
Agusta Sept 30... if. 38.
J. R NEWBY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SPLENDID READY MADI
UNDER THE UNITED STATES HOTEI
WE are now receiving at our old Stand unde
the United States Hotel, our supplies o
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adapted to the Fall and Winter season, and
which we feel assured will please our patrons an<
friends. Our immense Stock eensists in part of
CLOTH, 4EAVER, SEAL SKIN, BLANKET AND FLUSHIN(
Fine Black, Blue mid Olive
DRESS AND FROCK COATS.
Of all Descriptions and Colors.
CA.SBIME2If WE. SUITS,
Coats, Pants and Vests to match.
Fine black Cassimere Pants,
Plaid, Plain, Striped, and other Style, of Fane
Silk, Merino, Woo'l, Velvet, Satin Barath-a. and
other styles of the latest and most fashionable
Together. with EVERY STYLE of Goods fot
We keep always on hand a very large Stock of fine
Shirts, Drawers, Suspenders, Gloves, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Collars, Half-Hoes,
TRAVELLING SHAWLS, ROBES DE
IIAMBRE, &c., &c.
All of which will bo sold at the lowest market
prices. Call and take a Look.
Also a heavy Stock of fine CLOTIIS, CASSI
MEEiS, VESTINGS, &c., to which we invite the
attention of every body. These goods will be made
up to order at the shortest nqtice, and in a satisfac
Augusta, Sept 30 tf 3R
NEW._-FALL -GOODS I
DICKEY & PHIBBS,
A RE now opening a VERY LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
To which they respectfully solicit attention, com
prising as it does, every article usually found in s
first class Ihouse, an'd at prices as Low as alai
in tlc Soutta.
The Laidies especially nre invited to cnll and cx
amine our DRESS GOODS becfore purchasing.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS GOODS
SUAWLS, &c., is particularly fine, embraemns
every article in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz a
Plain Black Gros dun Rhine SILKS ;
" "Gros do Naples"
Black Brocades, Satin Stripes and Plaids ;
Fancy Plaids. Stripes and CIIENIES;
Rich'Satin Plaists and Stripes;
Rich Colored ItROCA 1EIS;
Very Rich Flosnnied ROBES;
Marceline's, Flounces, &c., &c., all colors;
Frnucht Merin'es, Blaek and Colors;
English and German, Merinnes;
Conrg Cloths, very fine, every shade;
Plain and Printed Llama Clothis;
Casmnere and Biruche Delaines ;
Paiin Delaines, all shades, 12kc. per yard ;
Black and Coi'd Alpacas;
a - " Silk Warps;
Bomhazinee, Canton Cloths ;
CIIA L LtES. Black and Colored;
POPLINS, Plain, Plaid, and Striped ;
Vlntia Stripes and Plaids;
Brilliants, Plain White and 'Solid Colors ;
Frencht Chnamhravs. and Chamb~ries, Colors';
Enlish., French' Scotch and Dunmestic GING
Hoh.'s English PRINTS;
Merrimac andi Cocheco PRINTS;
Ftrniture Chintzes, &c
Swiss and Jaconet Muslins;
Spotted and Fig'd Swisses;
Striped tando Plaid"
" " JACONETTS;
Marcalias, a fine article ;
Hop Skirts, Quilisd, P'lain. Skeleinnt:
Plain, Corded anti Embroidered SKIRTS;
Embossedl Corded SKIRTS.
Brass H OOPS, WIIA LEIBONE, &c., for Skirts ;
Stella ShfAWLS. Black. White and Col'd;
Cashmere Sh A WLS, P'laini and Print ed ;
Bay State, Empire State, and Scotch Long ani
Square Plaid Wool Shawles;
Swiss Collars and Sleeves ;
s. " " in Sests;
" " " in Setts;
Lace " "i
Infants' Waists and Robes ;
Swiss Edgings rind Iasertions ;
Swiss Bands and FLOUNCINGS;
English Thread Laces and EDGINGS;
Bugle Laces and Edlgingrs;
Laies' Pltain and Emh'd L. C. Handkerchiefs ;
Ladies aund Chtildrr n's Cotton Hose, White anic
Ladies' White and Open Work Unse;
"Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
"Lace Mitts, Long and Short ;
" Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Children's Lace Mitts and Silk' Gloves;
i" Cuotton and Wool Gloves ;
Dress Trimmings, Friinges, Ginmps, &C.;
Trimming Velvets, all width,,;
Bleached and Brown SIlIRTINGS;
Linen and .Cotton SH1EETrINGS at.d PILLOMi
40 ich, 5.4 anti 0.4 P. C. COTTlONS;
0.4, 94, 10-.4 and 12.4 Allendale unid Walthan
SHEETINGS, lBleachied and Bruwn;
Bleaced sind Brown Linen and Cottorn Tabl<
DAIASKS,hby the yard;
8.4, 10-4, 12.4 and 14-4 Bleached and Brown Lmnet
Scoth. lRussia anti Huctkaback DIAPERS ant
Plain. Fringed and Bordered Towels;
Turkih Bath atnd Damanusk "
Napkins, Doylies, &c-- &c-.;
Irish Linens and Linten Lawns;
Linen. and Cutton Shirt Fronts ;'
Fine F.retch " a henntiful article
10.4,12 andi14.4 Lancaster and Marseilles QUILTS
i "i TPurkish"
Toilet Covers, Tidies, Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black arid Col'dl Cloths andi Cassimeres;
Satinelts anid Kentucky Jeans, Plaitn andi Fancy;
Drap D'ete, Italian (Car bs, Cot tonades, &c., &c.
ients, Wotil Mitmers, atid Pungee hlanidkrchie.fs
Gents Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and TIes ;
" Plain and Printed L. C. Hlandlkrchsiefs;
"White, Col'dontd Fancy Half Hose ;
" Wool and Merino "'"
" Kid, Silk, Wouil, Thread Gloves;
" andI Ladies' Kid and Buck Gauntlets, &c.
The attention of House keepers, Farmers, ani
Planters, is particularly invited to our stock of _PLAIN
-ATION GOODS, whiich consists of every articlei
York Stripes, Mariners' Shiirtings;
Marlboro' Plaids andI Stripes;
Georgia Stripes and.Piain ;
Bk, White and Grey Kerseys;
Plaid andI Plain Linseys;
White and Brown Canto~n Flannels;
'lain and Twilled Salisbury Flannels, all colors
Fine White English and Welsh "~
Red and White Domets, &c., &c.;,
A large assortmerntof BL ANK ETS, of every maki
icludig line English, Swviss, WVhitney Mlackinav
&c., al sizes'
Blue, Grey, and WhIte, Negro B LA NKETS.
Extraordinary inducements, offerred to persons pu
chasing large plantation bill.
Parties serrding orders-will he certain to have thet
punctually attended to. IiiCKEY & PIBBS.
STATF, OF SOUTH CAROUNA,
Samuel Brooks, Assignse, Bill for Foreelosure
John r$ih. of Mortgage.
B Y an ord'er from Chancel'or Dunkin in this
ease, I will sell, at Edgefield C. 11., on the
1st Monday in November next, the following real
estate, viz: A LOT OF LAND in the Village of
Edgefield, known as the Bushnell Carriage Shop
Lot, including the Brick Store House, containing,
in the whole, two roods and eleven perches, more
TEatms.-Thc costs'and one half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the residue on a
credit of six monts, the purchaser giving bond
with approved securities, to secure the pur chase
money. The titles to be signed and sealed, but not
delivered unil the said bond be paid-arid if the
said bond be not paid when due, the Commissioner
will re-sell the premises at the risk of the former
purchaser. A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct 9 -4to 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Warren Amaker & Lucy Amaker,
w s. Partition.
James Carson, William Carson, Mar
garet Ca-son, et. al.
BY Virtue of an order from his Honor Chaneel
.lor Wardlaw, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the First Monday in Novem
ber next, all that TRACT OR PARCEL OF
LAND, formerly owned by Charles Carson, con
taining three hundred and twenty-eight (328) acres,
more or less-there being at least about two hun
-dred acres of well timbered land on the premises,
and a good dwelling house and out-buildings; and
situate in the Dljtrict of Edgefield'and State of
South Carolina, on the waters of Dry Creek, waters
of Little Saluda, and bounded by lands of James
McCarty, Jiames Eidson, Jacob Legrone and Jere
Tatss-On a credit of onewand two years, ex
cept as to the costs of suit, which must be paid in
cash. Purchasers to give their bonds or notes, with
two good sureties, payable in two equal installments,
one and two years after date, with interest from
date. A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Oct. 7, 4t 39
State oE South Carolina.
Martha C. Brooks and Mary C. Brooks,"
by her next friend,
s's. Bill for
.lames P. Carroll, Caroline IT. Brook;, Partition
Martha 11. Brooks. and Preston S.
B Y Virtue of an order in Equity in the above
stated ense, I will ofE-r for -sale at Edg& field
C. H., on the first Monday in November next, the
real estate of the ITon. P. S. Brooks, deceased, de
scribed in the Bill. Consisting of
"TiR 710-NIESTEAD TRACT," aljoiing
lands of Reuhen Cooper, Sumter Daniel, James
Creswthl and others, lying in the said District, on
both sides of the Island Ford Road, contninin'g two
hundred and fourteen (214) acres, more or less:
Also, TUHE "PLANTATION TRACT," lying
in said District, on waters of Wilsnn and Ninety
Six creeks. adjoining lands of the Estate of Sathuel
Beard,' deceased, lands of Thomas J. Dysoti and
Daniel Proctor, and contining one th10nsand and
fifty (1050) acres, more or less.
Also "TIlE CHURCH PLACE," adjoining
lands of Reuben Cooper, Daniel Proctor and (oth
ers, and containitng forty-two and one-half (4'21)
agres, more or less.
Tmutss-So much of the purchase money as will
pay the costs of the suit, to be paid in calh. The
residue on a credit of oneo andl two years from the
day of sale, to be secured by bonds with adequate
(' Possession of the premises sold, not to be
given util the first of Januiary next.
A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 30 185 7 5t 38
THlE STATE OF SOUTH CAIROLINA,
Thomas S. Dates and others, )Bill for sale and
vs. ~ .Partition of Real
Millerige Bates and others. )Estate.
13 Vitu of an order in Equity in thmis ease, I
will offer for sale at Edgehield U. HI., or, the
first Mondav~t in Novemtber next, the real estate of
Andrew Bates, deceased, described in the Bill, con
ONE TR ACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, con
taininig eight hmundried (800t) acs, mere or less, ly
ing int thec D.istrict and Starte aforesaid, and bounded
by lands of' thte estate or Col. John Bates, Amos
Sheily, A. D. Bates, J1. M1. Norris atnd others.
TCn~us-Thec land to be sol on a credit of one
antd tno years, except as to so ntuch thereaof as wil
be sniflicienrt to pay. costs of thec suit, which must be
paid in cash. The putrchase money to be secured
ty bonds or notes, with a~mple personal sureties anrd
a mtortgage of thec premises.
Sept.30 1857 5t 38
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA,
Willhnu W. Williana and othecrs,'I Bill to se aside
John Suliivan and Sampson Su!- ~Dci n ~
B.)Y Yhtue of an order in. Tquity itn this e:nsn, I
Swill ofler for sale onm the tirst Motnday tn
Novetttber next, theo TIt\CT' OF LAND de
scribned in the: 1!!l itt this ease, containinig one hunit
dred and seventy (170I) acres more or l3:ss, tad
ajining lads of Johtn Adamts, Samuel P. Getzena
Ten.s-Thec lanad to be told on a credit of twelve
months fromt theo day of sale, except as to so muchel
as will defray the e--sts of' suit thtus fir incurred,
whiebl must be pt:.iod itt catsh. The p'urchtae mtonecy
to be secured by bond with atdequaote surcties.
A. SINKINS, C.E.E.D.
Sept. 30 1857 5t 38
State of South Carolina,
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT,
Julhn D. Ilolloway and 11enry II.)~
Matys. and .Alatry A. his wife. Bill for Par
G. WV. lHolloway and D. WV. Hlul-ttin A'.
loway, t. nal.J
fY Virtuie of an order in Eq~uity in this case, I
1)will ofer for .sa'e at Edgelield C. 11., on theo
first Moondav itn Novenmber next, thie real estate of
araht I loloway, deceased, described in the Bill,
A TR.CT OF L AND situnate in Edgefieuld Dis
trict, enntaining~ thtree~ hundred and fifty-two anid
one* I:1It (350.) acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of rThomnas Lake, WV. N. Mdoore, James B. Sullivan
TERsMs--Te land to be silJ on a credit of onle
andl two yeats from the day of sale, except as to so
mtucht as willefray the coosts of suit thtus far incur
red, whnich miust be paid in casht. Thu re-sidue of
the purchtase monoey to be scured by bonds with
SPossesion of thin premiises nout to be given
until the first day of January, 1858.
.A. SIMKINS, C.E.E D.
Sept. 30 1857 St 3
TILE STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
Richard Gregotty, Ptiinfrp,
IJohn Gregory and others. -
- ~''appearing to my satisfaction that John Grego
Ary, Esther Rankin, wife of David Rankin, de
ensed, John Rlankin tad his wife Unrriet, Shan
drack Dens and his wife Ceily, Defenidants in the
above stated ease, residle without, thne limits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do apopear
and object to the division or sale of the real estate
of Sarah Gregory, dee'dl., on or before the 23d day
of ]Decemaber next, or their consent to the same
will be enter'ed of ro cord.'
W. F. DURISOE, o E .
Ordinatry's Ofilee, Sept 30,1857. 12te39
ALL persona havinmg demands against thte Estate
Aof Abinh Morgan, deceased, are requested to
,pay up by testJanuary, as Iintend to close the
business. GEO. W. MORGAN, Adrn'r.
nat a 18r7 2m . 39
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
TIIE Subscriber being still desirous of making
a change in his business, ofiers at private
sale, his VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. located
on the public road, three miles from Edgeflel C.
II., and containing,
Fifteen hundred and forty.four Acres.
A minute description of these Lands is deenid
unnecessary-sufllice it to say, they are well adapt
ed to the culture of Cotton, Corn and small grain.
The place is well watered, every field containing a
sufliciency of running water, and a good supply of
most excellent springs. It has between two and
three hundred acres of low grounds, together with
a large portion of fresh lands, cleared within the
last four or five years, and now in a high state of
cultivation. A large porLion of this Tract abounds
in NATIVE F 0 R E S T, covered with a heavy
growth of timber.
The improvements are .good-te most of the
buildings have been put up in the last few years.
An excellent opportunity is now offiered to per
ons wishing to purchase a splendid settlement.
L'he above land will be sold in a body, or if de
ired, I will divide it to suit purchasers.. I will
take pleasure in showing the land.
gr- Terms mado easy and accommodating.
JOHN H. 'HOLLINGSWORTH.
P. S. I will also sell, my Villago unimproved
Lots, adjoining the Odd Fellows' & Masonic build
ing, and fronting the public square.
Sept 23 l1t 37
C OT M0N PLANTATI.0N,
The subscriber offers for sale, that VA LTA lLE
OCOON PLANTATION known as the MeCul
ough place. containing EIGlT H UNDRED AND
MHIRTY--THREE AND ONE QUARTER
LCRES, lying on the waters of Horn's Creek, seven
iles below Edgefield Court ilouce, and sixteen
iles from Hamburg, and ::djoining lands of Wash
gton Wise, M rs. Swearengin, Dr. Hot d and Mrs.
On the premises is aTwo Story Dwelling Uouse.
klso an Overseer's House, a large and excellent
5table, fine Gin House, Screw, &c.
A large portion of the land is in
Lbout two hundred and fifty acres cleared and in
,ultivation. The balance in brier patches and pine
hiketls, which were never much worn. Captain
yan, the first proprietor, worked a large force on
he place. Since his time the force employed on it
as been comparatively small, and the fences have
en moved in until a
Large and the best portion
f the land has been snirendered to the brieps and
There is a good proportion of the laud
'hich are exceedintly productive.
The quality of thne land can he judged of from
he growing crop vhich has been made, with bad
easons. under unfavorable eireumstances,and with
mt one ounce of manure of any kind.
The location is remarkably healthy. The pres
nt Tenant has not list a sinele day's work from
ickness this year. The neighborhood is as desirn
le as any person conld wish.
There is no place in tho District of equal health,
o convenient to market, and so desirably located,
as suitable for making large Cotton crops as this.
omparatively, a very few acres planted in the
ranch bottoms will jnake an abundant supp'ly of
,rovisions for the plantation. S S TOMPKNS.
IdgefielI C. 11., S. C., Sept. 5th, 1S57. tf. 35.
Plantation for Sale,
containing about 6(5 0 A c r e s, lying on
3eech Creek, near the Ridge Road.
There are two Settlementsa on the Land--one
ood Corn Mill. nearly new-about two hundred
cres in cultivation, part of which is very excellent
Cotton land, andi a small portion of rich swamp,
well drained, and now in cultivation. The crop
will show its quality.
There is an abundianc of fine timber, plenty of
vater in eve~ry field, and a pulte Road through the
~ntire length of the Tract.
SSept 3 0 f 38
Ridge Land For Sale.
[Ife o S limy VA LUA lULE COTTON
PATTION. containing. abouit Fire
fundred Acr~es, hying on the E~dgefield and
On it is a fine one Story Tioure, withi basement,
and a plenty of out buildlings of every kind, all new.
tnid to every field there is a good new gate well
~aintd, and a plenty of water; tnilso, a plenty oif
n Grapes, an Orchard, Shrubbery &c., and an
hlundnce of fine timber and good drinking water.
Call and examie-l know you waill be pleaseid.
Sept. 30 tf . 38
Horn's Creek Land for Sale,
j lI E Subreriber offers .for sale huis emellent
TA.ract of lamdh, formerly bielonging~ to ai r. L.
. Johnson, cotaining 4i '. Acres, anid :il
joining lan:ds of A . Linidsey, .has. 11. Gril'in and Ii.
iettis. Tw'ao hauidr el acre.s of this Tract are under
r.nce, and most of it in a line sat of cutvain
le b,,ianac, well-timibered oak, hickory andui pine
oands This h~ad is very pruductive, in attestation of
hih fact un examination of the prlesenit crop is
~oited. There are on thme premises a comf'ortable
weling 11luse, Gin I louise and screw, and all re
juisite outbuildings. Terms, very re'asiable.
?I.SUN0 11A fItS.
Sept3 .1( 3t 35
ilORN'S CREEK LAND
r5!E Subscriber, intenading to make a ebauo in
. lisk businessa on the first iif' Januairy nest, ie~rs
r' sa!c his lhantationa situatedl four and a half miles
onta of Ed::eli-! C. 11., on the road leading to
Three Hurndred tpd Fifty-six Acres.
The improemoents, cuonsting of a good Dwelling
louse tand all ordinary p!antatiion biuildings, are in
04o' order. The place in well watered, having
everal good1 Springs on the premises, and an ex
cilent well in the yard.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to call
nd examine for themselves as this section of coun
try ofliers iniducemnents to cotton-growing inferior to
nne in South Car,>lina..
(Lr' A bargain may be ha.1 by applying sion.
,J. L. ADEISON.
Sept 2 t f 34
IIE undecrsigned offers for sale his planatationl
.sitnaftedl 6 miles from Unmbuirg, containing
0 Acr'es 200 acres of the Land nowv under
utltivation. 100 acres o1 Swamap Land, which
will make fromt 40 to 50 Enshels Corn to the acre.
The Land is lying on ~Little Horse Creek and ad
j'ining Lands of A. iRambo, Sidney Wise and
n the place is a good comfortable two story
Dwelling, with all the necessary out H~ouses, also
tJin House, Saw and Grist Mill, all worked by wa
ter power. On the place is to be found plenty of
ond and t.imbeir.
Terms made known ig applying to*
B. L. HALL.
Hamburg, Ang. 10 1857 2nm 32
A Rare Chance!
T UE Subscriber wishing to remove to the South
.West, oliecrs for sale his BEAUTIFUL
hOUSE A ND LOT in the Town of Graniteille.
A s an inducement to purchaners to come and see
for temselves, lie would state that the Lot with all
its improvements, consisting of a Two Story Dwell
ing'Hous, built after the mosat iimprov'ed style of
architecture, neatly finished and plastered thriiugh
out, a Kiitehen with two apartments, a Well of ex
collent water, can be bought for Cash, or on a crec'it
till the first of October next, for less than the origi
nal cost of the Dwelling house alone.
A. P. NORRIS.
Graniteville, June 15, if 23
A LL Persons having demands against the Es
tate of the late Capt. Jouhn Lipscomnb, are re
uested to 'present them properly attested to the
Executors-anid all persons idebted are informed
that immediate payment is demanded.
J1AS. N. IJPSCOM1B, ~.Ex'ors.
J. 13. LlPSCOMB.' .
NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
W E have received duiing the past and present
week a VERY LARGE AND WELL
SELKCT ED STOCK OF GOODS suitable for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE,
embracing all the novelties of the season.
The LADIES are respectfully solicited before
making their purchases, to exafinne our large essort
DRESS GOODS, BONNETS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &C,
which comprises the latest variety in styles and de
sign, having been selected by both of us in person
from the most choice stocks of the Northern markets.
Among our stoek may be found
Rich Black and Colored Silk ROBES,
"6 " " Byadere SILKS,
" " " SILKS,RunRoundsand
Rich mourning plaid and striped SILKS,
" Fancy " "
" Plain Black SILKS of all grades,
" Black SATIN for Dresses,
" Solid Colored SILKS,
" Printed DELAINS of all hues and qualities,
" Solid Colored DELAINS,
Striped and plaid COBURG CLOTHS,
Black DELAINS, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Eng
lish and French CRAPES,
Scotch and American GINGHAMS,
French, Enalih and American PRINTS,
Handsome Cliencal and Stella SHAWLS,
" Plaid " "
CLOAKS and TALMAS,
Cheneal and Marino SCARFS,
Cravelli, Steel and Brass Spring SKIRTS,
do do for Misses, ,
French and English MERINOES,
Real Lace Setts,
Black and White Crape and Muslin do
French and Scotch worked Collars,
Embroidered and Hlemstiteped Handkerchiefs,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, BELTS, ELASTICS, &c.
A beautiful assortment of Silk and Straw BON
FOR HOUSE KEEPERS,
Our Stock is full of Linen, Bleachesand Brown
STIEETINGS, Pillow Casings, Towelings, Nap
kins, &c., and
FOR THE PLANTERS,
We have a large Stock of BLANKETS, KER
SEYS, OSN A BIT RGS, SHOES, &e.
Also, a good assortment of Saddlery, Uats, Shoes
and Boots for men, women and children.
a pretty Lot of Boots and Slippers with heels, for
Ladies and Misses.
COME AND SEE THEM 1
BLAND & BUTLER.
Edgefield, C. I., Oct. 6th 1857, tf 39
BUY THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
HAS now in store one of the best and most
fashionable stocks of DRY GOODS ever
brought to Augusta, and be solicits an inspection of
them by his friends and the public. Being satis
fied with very SMA LL PROFITS, he is confident
that his stock will be found CHEAPER than that
of any~ other in the Trade.
The following dlesirable styles of goods are to be
found in his stock :
Rich Silk, Delaine and Cashmere ROBE DE
Ri Silk, Delaine and Cashmere Bayadere stri
ped l)RIESS ES;
Ilich Plaid Raw SILKS;.
Plain " all colors;
Black Silk ROBES and BOBES DE QUILLE;
Rkch F4ig'd DELAINES, CASIMERES and
French MERINOS, all colors;
A lnrge lot of DEL AIbiES, from 12 to 37 eta.
per yard -
U?.w k -ALPA CA, BOMBAZINE and TAMAR
A\ la:rge stoek of English and American Printed
A largec stock of Mourning CALTCOEIS;
A large stock of Scoatch ;,md Frenchl GING
IIA MS, soma as low as 10 cents per yard ;
Chienille, Steln, Piushi and Woolen I'laid Shawls:
" Satin and Cruel SC.\!FS ;
Cloth ad Velvet CLOAKS and TA LMAS;
Canto.n Pique C LOTilS, a comnfortauble article for
India Twilled LONC CLOTHS, Plain and Striped
luri LIlI INS and I1)IAPERS, of various mahkes;
I i UCK A hA CK. CR ASU, &c., for Towelling:
SIllRTING-; ,md silIEETIN(S, LINDSEY
WVOOLSEY, :tid ilnnaion ST UFFS;
A fi:e ascertumnt of French and Scotch Em
broileredl COLLARS ainI SL EEVES, separate and
in sett ;
Emubroidered Misseus' and Boy's COLLARS;
" Infazt's 110138 ES'hai WAISTs;
" IA NI)KFS and SKIRTS;
" Silk UOSE;
" BANDS, EDGINGS, and IN
HOSI ERY, &c.
Cotton, Thread and. Crotchet LACES;
A large variety of D.ri~ss TRIMMINGS;
Ladies', Misses', Gentlemn's and Boys' Merino
UNl) EtRVSTS ;
F LA NNELS, all colors an-i guatities ;
Bed BLANK ETS, QUILTS, &e.
In the Alillin..ry Dea~nrtmnent Mars. Ur~iav has
one of the fnest selections of~ BON NETS, h EA D
DRESSES, &c.; to a i examination of in hieb she
respefuly invites her friends and the public.
Augusta, Oct. 6 1857 . tf 39
Cheap C a s hi Store !
NEW FAL L GOODS !
T7 IL L A M H. CR ANVE, Augusta, Ga.,
V V has just received from New York, a large
and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
Which lie of'ers on the lowe~st terms for CASH.
A s that its the only way he does business, he is pre
pard to gIve
Rich Striped and Plaidl SILKS, new styles;
Plain macsk Gro D'Rhine, 75 eta to $1,25 ;
Rich figured andl lain French Merinos, cheap;
Elegant fine figured French Cashmneres andl De
Dea.hges and plain Muslin D'Lanes, at 12b etsa;
A large assortmnent small and large Iigd PRINTS
from 0i to l2) ets.;
inie bright colored Printed D'eT4nnes, 25 eta;
Plain Colored Alpaccas and English Merinos,
25 to 37 ets.;
A large assortmoent GINGH AMS, T2n to 25 ets.
Ladies Zephyr Wool Scarfs and Capes, beautiful
Rich Silk Plaid Cordova's and Valencias:;
Jacainet nd Swiss Embroidered Collars, 25 cents
Black Velvet Ribbons and Dress Trimmings ;
A lairge assortment CLOAKS, new styles, cheap;
Irish Linens, Diapers and Tfable Cloths ;
Rich Bonnet Ribbons, new styles, Belt Ribbons;:
-Cloths, Cassinmeres, Satinett and Jeans, very low ;
Kerseys, Phiid Linseys, Cheeks and Flannels ;
}Eleeched Shiectings,::Shiirtings anal Jenn, cheap;
Brown Shirtings. Shetiga and Drillings ;*
Together with all otherkinds of Goods usually kept
in a Dry Goods Store.,
Eg TER MS CASH. Goods ai lotw prices..
Augusta, Sept 28 3t 38
A Mulec! Al Muie!!
STRATED from the Subscriber's plantation,
near Edgefiald C. H., a B3AY MA RE MlULE,
of medium size, and. in good order. Her mouth
has b'een eut or split up by . the bridle or other
cause-has a small white spot on top of the head
caused by the moving of the bridle, and branded
on the shoulder with a letter C or 0. No other
IAny information of said Mule, addressed to the
Overseer, UI. B. Gallman, at Edgefield C. H., or
reasonable compensation allowecd for any trouble
incurred..F. W. PICKEKNS.
Sepa.30 tf 38
FALL AND WINTER GOODS."
UST rece'ved from New York a large and well
selected stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
for Gentlemens ware, embracing EVERY ART[
CLE OF CLOTHING, suitable for the season, to
gether with a GOOD ASSORTMENT of my own
manufacturing, made up in good style.
A fine stock of CLOTHS, dASIMERES and VES
TINGS, anid other furnishing goods.
Edgefield Sept. 30. tf. 38..
A.LXIZT3CT A-.Z T32IT2E.
T HE Subscriber having fnrnished himself with
a license to use this NEW PROCESS of
INSEETING ARTIFICIAL TETN,
Is now ready to serve all who may need such, with
an assurance of a more perfect adaptation, and a
closer resemblance to the natural organs, than can
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pua
rity, cleanliness, freedom from all taste,'or galvanic
sensation, durability, comfort and security are
among the advantages claimed for this SUPEiRIOR
mode of setting Artificial Teeth.
June 24, tf 24
Edgefield, C. H., S. C.
LEWIS COVAR, Proprietor.
EDGEFIELD FIFTY YEARS AGO!
Life and Death of Beck Cotton.
THE DEVIL IN PETTICOATS
God's Revenge Against
HUBAND KILLING !
W E have just printed a few .hundred copies of
the above pamphlet written by Rev. W. L.
WEEMS, author of the " Lire of Washington,"
" Life of Marion," and other lesser productions, and
said by some to have been the most peculiar writer
of any age. This work is replete with interest, as
pecially so to the citizens of this .District, as it con
tains quite a fair " showing up" of the dark days
and Inurderous deeds of old Edgefield a half cen
07 For sale at this Office. Price 20 cents per
copy. Liberal deductions will be made to those
buying by the wholesale.
Aug 26 tf 33
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
having just rc
turned from Now York with a most COMPLETE
and MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is now prepared to exhibi; as beautifal
and well manufactured an assortment of CABINET
FURNITURE as can be found in tho Southern
States. This Stock selected with great Vsro,
d he flatters himself, with much taste and judg
mnt,-was bought for CASH at reduced fir
ures, and consequently wIll be offered as LOW.
s can be afforded. My large assortment consists
in part of
A splendid variety of fine and superfine
rich lot-all styles-of Rosowood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany libraries,
SECRETARIES WITH BOOK CASES,
A beautifuil collection of Rosewood and Mahogany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,~
A good stock of excollent spring bottomk
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
FOLDING IRON BEDSTEADS,
'A unique and rare assortmecnt of
Mahogany and3 Rosewood Tables,
onsisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION and Ladies WORlK TA BLES, such as must
please the best judges of the good and beautiful.
Toilet Standsn with Glass,
-A lot of
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
'E A. I 2..5|,
omprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom fleck
ing Chairs~; Spring bottom solid Mahmogany Parlor
Chairs ; Cano seat Maple Rocking and Parkr
Chairs ; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs ; Chil
ien's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
Work Baskets, Fancy Boxes and Ladies'
Work Bloges, Children's Bureaus,
Sp~ool Stands, Bird Cages,
Dough Pins, &c., &c.
This Stockc, which commands the admiration of
all who have kindly visited my new Store; was, as
above stated, purchmased on reasonale prices, and
will be sold astonishingly LOW FOR CASH. And
would here state that circumstances, with which
all are well acqualintedl, renders it necessary that I
should adopt the CASH SYSTEM and strictly ad
here to it, otherwise I cannot carry on my business.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Bett.r
bargains are not to be had in Aaigusta or any
other Southern City.
R ep ai rin g, .& c,
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also'to repair all old Furniture sent.
Senl along your work and it shall be done in a
|Gf I bcspeak a liberal share of public patron..
age. J. MY. WITT,
Opposite the Post Office.
Julyl1, tf 26
F ROMI New York, a Isot of Crib CR ADLES,
Window Chairs, Quartett Tables, Ottomans,
Foot Stools, Child's Tablo Chairs, &e.
JOHN M. WITT'.
Ju'y 29 tf 2
F ROM theoSubscriber at Edgefield C. HI., en the
21st inst., a medium size BAY MAR E~, star
in the forehead, one hind root white, and'low in
order. She had on an old Saddle and bridle-the
bridle has since been found.
A suitable reward will ho given for her delivery
to me at my residence, four miles East of Edgefield
C. . Any information concerning said M are thank
fully received.IAVIS EISIC.
Sept 30 2t* 38
Is hereby given, that PERLE SCIIILLER, wif'e
..of A llR A HAM SCHILLER,' Merchant redl
ding in the Town of Hamburg, intends .to become
a Solo Trader, within one month from this date.
PERLE X SCHILLER.
Witness, Tu. P. MTAanAvn, mark
H ambrg, Sept. 30 4t* 38
COME GENTLEMEN, TREAT! !
WIlIEN you go to Hamburg you can get good
eaiti at Da. CUxNnOJAxS, at the Anr
can llitel, and GOOD DRINKING at the bar of
Our House, which is attached to the Hotel, anid
under the supervision of the Subscriber.
JOHIN C. BOHLER.
amburg, Sept. 30 6m - ' 38~
OTICE in hereby given that application will
be made at the next Session of the Legisla
ture, to vest one half of the eschested estate of
Charles McGregor, late of.d!dgefleld District, in
the Trustees of the Edgefield Maue Academy.
Sept. 303m 38