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Hardware, Cutlery, &c.
W M. H I L L,
.HAMRURG, S. C.,
WOULD inform his friends 9
and all who may be trading G 0
to this Market, that he still con
tinues to keep a FULL and well
selected Stock of Goods in the
above line, and solicits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any ar
ticles he keep., assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchaser
in quality and price, feeling confident that he can
sell his Goods on'as Reasonable terms as
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE nx AUGUSTA.
His Stock is now COMPLETE, havine added
largely by recent purchases from the BEST Manu
facturers. His Stock is such that almost every one
can find some article on their list of wants, and on
such terms as cannot fail to please-amongst which
is a good assortment of
Cut NATLS of all sizes, of the best brands, in
cluding all sizes of SPIKES. Also, English and
American Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nails, all sizes.
Nail RODS and Sheet and Hoop IRON,
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co.. Leverett's and other celebrated
make of Broad, Chopping and lan4, AXES,
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand'SAWS, all kinds:
Hammers, Chisels, Augers, Drawinp. Knives,
Adzes, Gimblets, Brace and Bitts, Mill, Hand Saw
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Setts,
Compasses, Hollow Augers and Bitts, Gauges,
Planes of every description, Plane Bitts, and every
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every description.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, Sledge, [land
and.Shoeing Hammers, Rasps, Drills, Tongs,
&o., all of the beat manufacture. Great
care havingbeen taken in theselection
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Uis'S:oek of Poeket and Table Cutlery is complete
and quality unsurpassed-amongst which can
be found full Setts of Table Cutlery, of
Joseph Rodgers' & Sons celebrated'
manufacture; Pocket and Pen
Knives all patterns and qual
ities; fine Razors, Seis-,
sairs, Shears, &c.
Also, a great variety of
SM A L L WARES,
Such as Pins, Needles, Port Monies, Ilair Brushes, 5
Combs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &.
Gius, Pistols. &c.
On hand a choice lot of Guns and Pistols of the
finest quality-Coh's, Adams and Dean's and
others make of Repraters, self-cocking.
Also,-nn assprtment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shot Belts, P
Powder Flasks, Game Bags,
Cleaning Rods, &c. -d
His Stock of Building material swill be found com. ti
plete, eonsistine in Part of LoCks. llinges,
Serews, Window Fastenings. all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, Trunk and
Liglat and Ileavy Castings. e
Always on hand a fine assortment, of light und
heavy Castings, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, 'rea Ket
tles, Well Wheels, Wafile Irons, &.
Farmcr's Boilers, CaulAruns, Wagon
Boxes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Sho~vel and Tongs.t
Cooking and Hleating Stores,
ALL PATTERNS AND) SIZES.:
Wagon Chains, all kinds, Log Continued, Halter
andl Trace Ch~ains, Spades andl Shtovels, Hay-c
Forks, Crockery and Glass W:are, &c. c
Als*, manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware!
All arc earnestly solicited to call and examine .j
for themselves. And you will find it greatly to
your interest to patronize g our old Edgefiel.l Dis- a
trict citiz-n. WM. MIL L. a
Hamburg, Oct 26 -.. tf 42
Edgefield Beat Companyr
OU are hereby commanded 'to be and appear
at your parade ground (Edgefield C. I1.) on a
Saturday the 7th Nov. next,.armed and equippe~d,
as the law directs, for.drill and instruction.
By order of Capt. N. L. BARTLEY. t
J. R. BKaS, 0. 5.
Oct 28 . 2: 28
T~E ACRERIS nre wante~d to, take charge oif boith
Idepartments of the. CURitYTON A CA DE
NIES, (Male and Female,) for the ensuing year.
Those desiring the situation, miay do well tu aplply
Immediately ; tes.imonials of the most reliable char
acter as to' scholarshp, will be requika bay the.
Trustees. II. A. SHAW, Sac.
Oct. 6 1857 f3
T0 take charge of Monut Pleasant MALE
RACADEMY, near Gilgal Church, on the first 2
of January next, to fill the vacancy th~at will then
be in said Academy, caused by the resignation of
Bev. T. M. Bailey.
~ 87 HIRAM ADAMS, Chairman.
French and English Prints,
AS just revived from New York, a large
U..supply of French and English PRINTS, of
new and beautiful designs.
A full suppaly of Merrimac and other styles of
All of which arc suitable for the present season,
and warranted fast colors.
Sept. 1G 1857 tf 3
New Flour Mills.
Y MILLS are now~ in operation, and are fur
WInished with EVER~Y FACILITY for ma
ing FLOUR and alEAL of the best quality.
(' Four miles We at of Edgefield C. H., at~d
one mile front the PlIank Rlad.
Aug 5 tf 30
TWILL give a idr pr'ee fe:S tood clean R AGS
Latmy Store in Illambaurg.
s. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Mahy 27 tr20
L. PEl5N. A'.en', laas just received a snp
eA. ply ..fPOT ASli, put up' in tin cans, with
ful d'rcetions ter naking soft~m an rd saoap.
L ook Ihere! I
LL Pe~rsorns are hecrebay caution~ed from tradi::g
A for a certain Note a1- hwaaniven lby the sub,
scriber to Franklin Lowry anda Johnt AtAaway, for~
$125. and dated 3d Oct. 1hi7, as I will niot, pay
said ihote tuless vacpell b law.
Octi 1t f 40
A L Perso'na having de~mands against the Es
tate of the late Capt. -J,.lhn Lipsciob, are re
0uested tou present them propi-rly attested to the
kxecntors-nnd aRl persona inadebted are iormoed
that immecdiate paympet is dem,,,anded.
BLN-J. W A LIO,
.JAS. N. LIPSCOMBl, EjOrs.
J. II. LIPSCOMlu.)
Mar 3 ivr 5
UJIE Subscribter hasa One linndred Thousiad
-, H ARD BURNT BRICK for sale at $5
Cash, per thaousand, take thema as they ecame. aar
$1 if I charge them. W- L- P-R S.
-Octl14 2me 40
AFTER. this date all Goods purchased cf us!
L.and returned, will be resold aan accotunt of the
prhas-r. 1;LAND) & BUTLER.
SEN- f-We will receive in payment '.f Ace
counts and for God, the Notes of all the South
Carolina, Augusta and Savannah Banks.
0t21 if 41
SWAN & COS LOTTERIES
NEW & BRILLIANT SCHEME.
CAPITAL PRIZE br
TIC'EE,'ETO O2%rIaT' $1'O0 of
The following Scheme will be drawn by S.Swan& fou
co., Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy Lot
'ery, in each of their Lotteries for Nov., 1857, at QI
dA -1 aistam, Geeo~rgia, 1
ro which City they have removed their their prin- Pe
robedrawnin thecity of Augusta, Ga.,in public on 11
SatUrday, November 7th, 1857.
ro be drawn in the city of Augusta,Ga., in public, on e
Saturday, November 14th, 1857. 1
ro be drawn in thecity of Augusta, Ga..in public, on CA
Saturday, November 21st: 1857.
ro be drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga.,in publie,on
Saturday, November 28th, 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
5,493 PRIZES! Bat
Nearly one Prize to every Nine Tickets. I
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER! WC
I prize of.......... $G0,000 Is...................$60,000
1 prize o........... 25.000 is....................25.000
I Prize of........... 10,000 i....................10,000 bro
1 rize of.......... i00 Is.....................7.00" in
1 prize or........... 5,14100 Is.....................5,000
1 prize of............ 3,500 is.................. ... ,5o0
1 prize of........... 1.500 i s.................... 1.500
P prizes of...........1,1000 are ................ 10.000(
5 prizes of............ 900 are ................... 45.00
5 Prizes of......... S are ........ ..........4.0(11
P 1rizes 4,f............ 00 are................... 115.00
5 Frizes of.......... 6110 are.............. 3.000 SE1
5 prizes of.............5(0 are...................V9,C0
59 prizes of.............400 are................. 400.000
o1 prizes (if. ............150 are...................1.5110 C
?0 prizes of............100 are................... 2,300 f
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. . I
4 Prizes of $40s .ipprox'ting n$60.000 Prize are.. $1Vt.r (J
4 Prizes of 300 " " 25.000 Prize are.. 1,200
4 Prizes of 240, " " 11,00w Prizes are.. Roll
4 Prizes of 125 " " 7,000 Prizes are... 500 1
4 Prizes of 100 " " 5101 Prizes are... 400 [
4 Prizes of 75 " " :.5300 Prize. are... 80(
4 Prizes (if 50 " " 1,500 1'rtzes are... 2il one
.00 Prizes of 20 ............ ............1I1,00 DR
,4-90 Prizes anounting to................. $320,000
Whole Tickets S10; Halves S5; Quarters 62,50. _
'LAN OF TIlE LOTTERY.
The Nuinbers fron i to 5tiii, correspiondirg with those
l'umbers on the Tickets priited on separate slips of lnler,
r encircled witi sniall tin tubes. anpl ,laced ill one wheel. 3
The first 407 prizes, similarly printeil ani encircled, are
lced in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved. and a mnher is drawn
oi the\wheel ot numbers. anti ut the same time a prize is
rawn frol the other wheel. The liilber aanil jirize alrawn
at are opened and exhibited to the aulielnce, ani regis
red by the Commissioners; the prize being piced against
,c number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the
rizes are drawn out.
Approximnnttoi Prizes.--The two preceding and
te two sueceeding Numbers to those drawing the frst 7
'ries will be entiteil to the 21, Approximation Prizes. For
ag3le: If Ticket No. 11,250 lraws the $60.J10 Prize.
iose 'rickets numbered 11.248. 11.249, 11,251. 11.252, will '
a be entitled to $4001. If Ticket No. 550 draws the
30000 P'rize. those Tickets numberedl 54S,. 5.9.551.552, will
et be entitled to $:o1, and so on according to the above
The5.000 Prizes of $20 will be (letermined by the last 3
gurofthioN.Vo. which adrws the GOUnl. For example,ifthe
o. draiwing the 60.u(10 prize ends with No. 1. then all tlie
'Ickets where the number ends In1 wiit be entitled to $20. Mal
he Number ois with Numiber 2, then all thte Tickets
here the Nutaber ends in 2 wilt be entitled to $20, and so ]
CEtTIFICATES OF PACKAGES wilt be sold at the Wi
>lowiig rates. wihel isthie risk : In
erifen't of t'acknge of ten Whole Tickets.......9
erticate of Packaige of ten 11a1l Tickets...........44
ertiticate of Paeknge of len Quarhter Tickets.........20
erttieate of Package of tenl Eightli Tickets..........10
Ini Ordering Tickets or certtttentes, V
Enclose (lhe money to our ndetlressl fur the Trickets ordered,
n receipt of whichi they wilt be forwarded by first maiL. Cat
'urchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may
The List (of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be Wit!
mt to purchasers inueuliately anler th:e drawing.
gg'urchaser5 will lteuse write their signatures platn,
ad give thecir Po(st (Ilce, Conuty and State.
EW'Remember that'every Prize is'drawtn and payable in__
1 without deduction.
(HPAll prizes of 1,000 and txnder,paid immedilately after
eC drawig-othier prizes at the usual time of thirty days.
gWAII comunoentions strictly confidential.
[F Address orders for Tickets or Certificntes to
s'. SW AN & CO, Augusta, Ga.
or S. SW AN. Monmtirlnlly. Ala.
Er A list of tiite niiers thant are lirawn from, the wlieel,
itteihe aount of the pri/.e tha~t eacha one is etitled to1,
i be publishedl after eery lorwing, in the following la- ,)u
urs-ewOrleants IlMta. 3tsbile Regist, r. Charlestoni
imdard, Nashville G:azettl-, Atlanta titelligenicer. New an'.:
'ork Weekly Day Book, anal1 Savannah Mturi.ing News.- 1
Oct.Og 41 42 Ed:
VHO WANTS MONEY?
XAY BE OBTAIN lED)l R tsKING TEN DOLL.\RS.
Halves and Qttarter Tick'ts in proportion.
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
YAUTHlORITY or the titate of GEORGIA.&
N THE HAVANA PLAN OF SINGLE NUMiBERS St~
0,000 TICKE TS-,2SG PRIZES ! att
Amounting to $215,260. eer
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHiOUT DEDUCTION.
M1A NA G ER 5,
Successors to J. F. Winter, Mlanager. rr
Our Lotteries draw in blacon, Georgia, (Small
ihemes) every Saturday, and in Savaiinnh, Gn. thte
Large Schemes) about the 15th of every month. dloa
)rnws Novemiber 15th, 1057, at Armory THall, E
Savannnh, Ga., under the sworn superintendence Ui
of W. Rt. Symons, Esq., and J1. Ml.Prentiss, Esq.
3A PIT ALS of Sf10,000, $20,000O. $10,000, $5,000
$4.000, $2,00(0, :t Prizes of $1,0.00, 5 of
$500, 100 of s100, 100 of $50, 3000
of $30 an~d 72 A pproximation pri
zes amo1tunting~ to S3,760.
TIETS 810 ; HALVES 85; QUATERS 82,0.
Look to your interest and comnpare this Scheme
. Cith any other..
Bank Notes of sound( Banks taklen at par.
Cheeks on New York remitted for ptizes.
Address orders for Tickets or Certitieates of 11
?aeages of Tiehet- to l
ANDERSON & SON, M1anagers,
Mlacon or Savannah, Ga. anu
Oct. 28 tf 412 14t
C OL U M D U S ! fl
PII imported SPANIS11 JACK COLUMIBUSt
.L will stand the FALL SEASON at EdgTetield sty
.II., colmmencinlg the 10th August.b
S. F. GO0DE. be
Auz 1 tf 30 .,
SECOND ANNUAL PAIR Di
Of the State Agriculural Society of
Southi Carolina, -
To be lhei at Coliumbia on the 101/h, 111h, 12th7, 1
am :th Korcember, 1 G7.
T IE Executive Commti tr.e of the State Agricul
tural Society of South Curolina. respeetfuly'y
ea!I the attenition of thle citizenls of the Southern
Sates to their apgprotchin~g Fiir, at which prenmi. sal
tis will he awarded for~ all airtietes of Agricultural, 011
titculturiiial nn. ehanied iinterest, na well as 1d.
Lidies' Fatncy Wiork andl )omiestic Economyv, I?
embrae.I in at. extensive Premiiin List, wthieb canl .L
e iad ont aipplie.itin to R. J1. Gage, Secretary, FairA
Forest, S. C. tun
The Society has er,-eted the bet and mnost com- ltd
imdiots lialls in tihe Un~sted Stntes, fuor the con~ve- TI
niece of exhibitors, ttid good Stalls for the itse of I
All artics will be transpo'rteid to and from the ti
Fair, by the Rail Roads in South Carolina, frec of a I
harge at tihe ownvers risk. hat
Let one and a:h, from tihe mountains to the sea- en
board, tun out tIE eetebrate this annlltI Festival, inl
A . P. CA I.not'.\ '. gr
E. .1. P..lta,
J. F. M AlsuAtl.t. bti
A. f;- Sutrars, Eix. Comnmittee. s
R. J. G AGE, . jir
Oct. 7 - t 30 tal
19 herehy given, thaxt application will be made to
the next Legastatutre for an act of incorporation L<
for de Jry Creek Baptist Church. in
Ag.29e 1857 3mn. 36
UY THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
[AS now in store one of the best and most
fashionable stocks of DRY GOODS ever
ught to Augusta, and be solioits an inspection of
m by his friclds and the public. Being satis
I with very SMALL PROFITS, he is confident
,t his stock will be found CIIEAPEft than that
any other in the Tra'e.
[he following desirable styles of go.ds are to be
nd in his stock:
tich Sill% Delaine and Cashmere ROBE -Dr
liei Silk, Delaine and Cashmere Dayadere stri
lich Plaid Raw SILKS;
lain " all colors;
Pack Silk ROBES and BO.BES DE QUILLE;
lieh Fig'd DELAINES, CASIHNIERES and
'reclch IERINOS. all colors;
.nglish " "
. large lot of DELAINES, from 12 to 37 ets.
la'k ALPACA, BOMBAZINE and TAMAR
. large stock of English and American Printed
large stock of 'Mourning CALTCOES;
large stock of Scotch and French GING
AIS, some as low as 10 cents per yard;
henille, Stella. Plush and Woolen Plaid Shawls;
" Satin and Cruel SCARFS:
loth and Velvet CLOAKS and TALMAS;
hnton Pique CLOTHS, a comfortable artiele for
ridia Twilled LONGCLOTHS, Plain and Striped
ish LIFIENS and DIAPERS.af variousmakes;
[UCKABACK, CRASH, &c., for Towelling;
HIRTINGS and SIIEETINGS, LINDSEY
OLSEY; and Plantation STUFFS ;
L fine assortment of French and Scoteh Em
dered COLLARS and SLEEVES,separate and
mbroidered '.lisses' and Bo%'s COLLARS;
t Infant's ROBES and WAISTS;
" HANDK!FS and SKIRTS:
" Silk IhOSE ;
"9 BANDS, EDGINGS, and IN
otton, Thread and Crotehet LACES
. large variety of )ress TR I.\N1INGS ;
adies'. M1sses, Gentlemen's anid Boy Merino
D E RVESTS ;
'LANNELS, all color, and qualiti(s;
led BLANK Irr, QU1ILfTS, &e.
i the Millinery Department MrS. IENVY has
f the finest selections of BONNETS. 11EA D
[SES, &c.; to a i examination of whibch -he
etfully invitt-s her friends and the public.
ugusta. Oct. 6 1857 tf 39
3roavc1 O!t. .~~~~t ,Ga
OTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT[ W HOLESALE A\ND RETAIL.
In (in WORTH of the above Guods,
)UUUU00 carefully selected from the best
iufacturies, and c.nnprising
ivery Description in the Trade,
ich will be sold ut avery small ad vance en Cost.
adition to the above, I have on hand,
6,000 Pair Thick Shoces,
itly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
gr The Subscriber solicits at call fr om lis Sjuth:
olina friends before purchasing elsewh~ere.
ii TEaMs -.Retail, CA SII. Whoulesale, time
approved paper. No second priece asked.
Un~ler U. S. Hotel, A ugusta, Ga.
ugsta, Ga., UJet 14 tf 40
Attention, Planters !
L ARKE & ROYA L, Augusta, Ga., have
Iow in Store, a VERY LARGE assortment of
Ul kinlds of B3oots and Shoes.
Stock of PL ANTATION IBROGANS is larL'e
cnists of the v-ery best articles mtantufactnred.
7 would respcctfully c di the attention of our
;efild friends to our Stock beforc they make
u:uusta, Oct 12 1m 40_
lE Subscrib.er has associated himself with
Mr. CH AS. ESTES, for the transaction of a
General Grocery Business,
umiusn, Ga., under the fint name of ESTES
L AR KE.
ie have on hand a large and well selectfed
kCof articles in their line which will bo sold
1OWEST MARKET PRICES. To which the
ution of the friends of the old and new con
.are respectfully invited1.
JOHN M. CLARKE.
ugusta, Ga., Oct 12 . 3mu 40
IE Stock of DiRY GOODS, formerly .T.F.
BURCIAR I> & CO., has bee~n removed to
Store lately oc'upied by GRAY 111108., one
above W. 13. Grillin & C.., Auction Stor..
I. A. Rlansomt would be happy to see all his
efield friends here, and is prepared to offer un
O Goods delivered in Hanmburg free of charge.
per M. A. RANSO.
Lugusta, Oct. 6 1657 tf 39
AUG USTA, GA.
AS received by the last steamer from New
York, a futl supply of Lodice' French EM
(JIl)EltlIES, of the latest l'arish style?, amoiwg
adie' Trimmed~ T.ace and Muslin COLLARS
UNE:E EVES, in sett:, of ncw and e'e
.kdi/' Embroidered H AN DKEitCHIIEFS, of
ani be-:utiful patterns;
aies Embroidered COLLARS, of elegant
ais' Embroidered Cambric COLL.\RS, of
tifil styles, and somet at very low prices;
.did' Emnbroidered CAP'S, and Ihats Emn
ilered Frock W AISTS;
adies' Frentch Lawnt hIANDRlERCIIlEFS anid
e pt. 10 1857 tf 36
ALUABLE REAL ESTATE
1lE Subscriber being still decsirotus-'of mnaking
a change in his bus~iness, otlfers at pnrvaltt
~,his VALUJABLE TRACT OF L AND. hecated
te public road, three miles from Edgel!eld C
teeii 1ifll~rcd a1nd fol'iy-folil' Aere,
inute description of these Landls is deemni
Lc.sary-sutlieeO it to say, they are well adapt
to the cultutre of Cotton, Coin and small grain
e place is well watered, every field conitaininzg
licieny of runnin.. water, and a good suppilly o
ist exelent springs.* It, has lhetween two anm
. hundred acres of low grounds, together witl
arg portion of fresh lands, cleared within thiu
t four or five years, antd now in a hight state o
tivatin. A large portion of this Tract ab~ounda
N ATIVE FO0R E 8 T', covered with a heavh
wt. of timber.
'he inprovenents are good-the mtost of thi
.ilding5 have beent pt tip in the last'few years.
An excellent opportunity is now ofl'ered to p'er
iS wihing to purchase a splendid settlement
ec above land will he sold ini a body, or it de
ed, will divide it to suit piurchasers. I wil
ko pleasure in shiowig the land.
Terms made easy antd accommiodlating.
JOLiN II. HIOLLINGSWORLTH.
. S. I will also sell, my Villago unimprovei
ts, adjoining the Odd Fellows' & Masonic build
g, and fronting the public square.
Sept28 11t 27
HOTEL FOR SALE!
3IE CAROLINA HOTEL, for
nmerly kuown as the SPANN ,
HOTEL, is now o4fred for sale, and.
will be offered ontbe most accommo
dating terms as to.time. -
This HIOTEL is situated in the mnst eligible po.
sition in the Village, on the South side of Maine
Street, near enough.to the Public Square for all
purposes, and sufficiently quiet and retire'd: and
has always, since its establishment as a Ilotel, done
a good business, and will no doubt continue t, do
so as long as well kept
Any person desiious of entering into this busi
ness would do well to call and exanm'ine the
Connected with this Hotel are commodious Sta
tiles, containing over one hundred well-regulated
Stalls, Carriage house, Cries. &c. Also, good
Lots for Drover's Siock, and- a floe Garden, abcut
one acre in size not-surpassed by any. The whole
premises contain aboiit three seres.
ThA undersigned would not be iidiced to offer
this valuable property for'siale were it not for do
inestic afilietions.' Re'is now dispcscd to turn Ii's
attention to some other occupation.
F. M. NICIIOLAS.
Edgefleld, Oct 19' tf 41
Desirable T o w n Residence
OFFER for sale the IOUSE AND LOT
where I now reside. 'Its location is central and
convenient and it is In good repair with everything
within and without doors necessary for the cumfort
and convenience of a family. R. T. MI1MS.
Oct 21 tr 41
. . Notice,
T HE Subscriber eontemp!at-ing other arrange
ments, offers for sale his SCHOOL AND VIL
LAGE PROPERTY-,at cost, and on favorable
terms. If not sold by the 1st of December next,
this offer will be withdrawn and the school contin
ued under its present management. Under no
circumstances wiu there be a discontinuance of the
regular exercise of the school, with its usual ad
The property will be sold without reserve to any
one who is able to pay for it.
Good Teachers will find Lhis a rare opportunity.
It will also prove a sate and piofitab!e investment
for capitalists. ii CHAS. A.-RAYMOND.
Oct. 13 1857 -, 40
Ice House For Sale,
rY -cotent of partie, (he EDGEFIERD ICE
A I IULTSE wi.l boffered for sale at Edgtfield
C.ourt ilouse, on Sale-day next.
It is iigw conceded to be a well-built establish
ment. The best proof of this is that it. has kept
:oPur common Pond lee throughout the Summer,
and there is vet leka considerable quantity of the
same which 'our people are using daily. Those
who may think of.puicliasing are a'ked to go to
the lee liouse and examine into this fact Ibr the
The terms of the, sale are, a credit or twelve
months from day oifsale, purchase money to be
securt d by a note Wil approved security.
The purchaser wfiihbo required also tp pay for
this ad vertisement and the charge or the nuetioneer
Oct. 17, 1857 31e -41
S I desire to make a chanae in iiy business, I
-. ofter for sale my tract of land containing,
EIGHTEEN HIUNDRED ACRES,
located on Ogeechee River, ini Bulloch Couiity,
Geiria, two and a half mile-s from Station No. Six,
Cenunal IRail Road.
The land is of the best quality of
BAY, I1AM.\OC, SWAlP ANDPr;NE.
AI:ut two hundred and sevecnty neree under enlti
vation, nearly all fresh.
The locationa is a desirab'e one for farming, as it
is only sixty miles from S:avannnah, anud seventy from
A ugusa,with a Rail :itoad t., eithcr place. .
Tcei m s of i Sa e..
I will sell all the lapd a oiie and give any reasona
ble indlu'-nce. Or twill sell one-half niy interest
in the Iid, and pttn equal nunmber of hands up
onl the ineae with "ehuser and employ a good
maiiger to take char'ge of the saine. Or I will sell
all the land with seveiiteen likely Negroes, several
tine Muhes and other stock, anid give from isne to
tn yeiars indutgence as the piurchaser may desire.
t1j To an approved piurchaser, a har-gnin will be
in n. WILLI AM COL EMA N.
Oct. 7. 5t 39
Thle subscriber ,.lrers foar sale, that VA LITAlRLE
COTON PLANTATCION known as the MeCul
l'uzh pkae*econtrsiniing EIGHT HI 'NDRED A\N I)
TIlIR'Y--T11tl'. ANI) ONE QUARTER
A CR ES, lying oni the waters of horn's Creek, seven
miles below Edgetield Cout U:ouee, and sixteen
miles from Ilanibuig, and rdjoining lands of Wash
ington Wise, M rs. Swearencgin, Dr. H ird nd .rs.
On the premises is a Two Story Dwelling House.
Also ani Overseer's hlouse, a large and excellent
Stable, flne Gin Ihouse, Serew, &c.
A large portion of the land :s in
Aout! two huindied :ind tiriy :erei' cletared and in
cul.tion. The baimee in brier patches and pine
thike:s, which were never much worn. Caitaim
Ryan. tile frst prioprit'r, wtorked' a large ft ce in
thea place. Sintce his ime th. forice'r empoyed ii it
hs bain com:,p-ratively smnail, and the itenee~s have
been moved in until a.
Large and the best portiona
of the land htas becu surrendered to the brie--s and
There is a god proortioln of the land
whichi are exceediniigly productive.
Th le quality of the lad can -be jndlged of from
the growingt crasp whicb has been iinade, with b:ad
seasons. usnder unllavo'rable circum.-tances, and widh-1
out onec ounce of many re of any idud.
'The location is reaarkably healthy. T1h res
ent Tenanit has not lost a sinale da3's woi k ??m
sekiesis this yeatr. The neighborhood is ias desira
ble am any person could wish.
There is no place in the District of cqual health,
so convenient to mnaiket, andl sio desi-ably located.,
s stuitable faor niaking large Cotton cr-ps as thii.
Comparativelv, a very few acres. planted in the
branch bottamis will tiake an abunidant supj ly of
provisions for the plantattioni. ~TMl1~
Egteileh C. IT., S. C., Sept. 5th, 1857. tf. :,..
.Plantationl for Sale,
r l tK subscriber offers for sole his phma~tationl
1containiirg nbstit 6 5 0 A c r e s, lying on
Ueechi Creek, nenr the liidge 1k-ad. I
Thtere. ate turo Settlemets on the Land-one
good Corn Mill, nearly new-iaout two hundred
acres in cultivation, patrt of which is very excelha nt
Cotton laind, and a small portioin of rich swamp,
well drained, and now int cultivation. The crop
will show its quality.
Thet e is an abundance of fli-qe tiimbei, pleiity of
watr in, every field, tund a publie Road through the
entire length of the Tract..
R. W A RD.
Se-pt 30 tI -8
Ridge Land For' Sale.
I offer for Sale nmy VALUABLE COTT'ON
PLf ANTATION. containing about Five
Iundred Acres, lying on the Edgeiel-d and
On it is a fine one Story House, with basement,
and a plenty otf out building. of every kind, all new.
Aid to every field there is a good new gate well
painted, and a plenty osf wate-rs also, a p'ent~y of
tine Grapes, an Orchtad, Shrubbery &e., anii an
iabndaunie of fine timber and good drinkiing wateri.
Call and exainm-I know yon will be pleased.
Sept. 30 . tf 38
rJi11E Subscriber wishing to reamove to the. South
. West, offers for sale his llEAUITIFUL
lUSB AND [.OT in the Town of Gr.miiteiille.
As an iniueeiient t., purchasgrs to coam. and ccee
frth.-mselves. lIm wotuld statte that tihe Lot with all
it:: improvieencts, -onidsting of a Two story Dwell
in l oae, built tofter the most imrvdsyeof
nreiteture, nenutly finished n plsttered through
out, a~ichien with two apartments, a Well of ecx
ell nt water, can be bought for Cash. or on a credit
Itill the Iirst of October next,.for less than the origi
-nal cost of'thu DwellinigfBoUse alone.
A. P. NORRIS.
Gr.antele June 15. If 23
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, I
B C. BRYAN would respectfuly inviLe
e the attentiolt of the public to his LARGE
and COMPLETE Stock of '
Fall and Winter Goods,
Selected in person, from well-known Houses, and s
with especial care in regard to style, fabric and r
Will find his shelves ladened with the choicest aid '
most magnificent supplies of
RICH AND ELEGANT DRESS GOODS,
Which he feels confident must please-must give
satisfaction. His large Stock consists in part of- I
Rich SILK ROBES, of allithe latest styles;
Plain Black and Fancy SILKS, a great variety;
Valencia and Cashmere ROBES;
French and English Merinoes and Chintz;
" " DeLains and Poplins;
Frenth, English and American PRINTS;
French, Scotch and American GINGHAMS;
EMBJROIDElI/ES of nil kinds, comprising a
1, most beautiful and uniqne collection;
WIIITE GOODS of all kinds, and cheap;
A fill stock of LAC ES, EDGINGS, &c.; C
SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, &c., 'I
tiich are sure to win the admiration of the lovers e
)f the rare, the rich, tl:o benutiful;
IOOP SKIR TS of every variety;
GLOVES. JIOSIERY &c., &c., &c. C
Also, a larae and splendid Stock of Ladies and q
disses GAITERSand Walking SHOES.
FOR MEN & YOUTHS WEAR,
[T has on hand a good assortment of Cassimeres,
rweeds, .lcans, Satinets, &c. Also, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, &c.
n this department his Stock is complete, embra
Fine Bed and Negro BLANKETS, cheap;
Brown and b'eacbed SHIRTINGS;
Georgia KERSEYS and PLAINS;
FLANNELS,of all kinds;
A good Stuck of Negro CLOTHIS, &c.
NEGRO SHOES AND PLANTATION BROGANS,
Also, my usual assortment of
aroceries, Hardware, Crockery, &c.
rogether with an immense stock of Goods, which
he Ladies nd Gienitleinen are iespectfully re
nested to call and examine.
Thankful for past patronage, he hopes that the
rading community will continue t0 bestow on him
t liberal share of their kind patronage.
B. C. BRYAN.
Get4 tf 140
E. PENN, AGENT.
AK .Sgreat pleasure in informin.. his custo
m. ier4 ant the public generally that he has re
ived his btock of
mbracing EVIERY STY LFE and VARIETY suited
. the -all und Winter Trade.
lls StocA has been selected with great care, both
vith iettard to Styles aiI prices.
And lie will always b.- tound ready and happy to
vait on his friends wito may call to examine his
took and get good bargains.
Edgefield Sept. 3. tr. 39.
' lIE Subscriber having furnished himself with
. a license to use this IEW PROCESS of
fISERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
now ready to serve atll who iumy neecd such, with I
in assurane of a more perfet ada;ptation, and a
lser resenmblar.ee to thme natundl organs, than can
e realized by any other maehoi. i:s perfect pu
ity. elkanlines. frn eilnn fr. im all tast e. or gatlvamie
esation, durability, comfort and security, are S
tmong the adlvamtig,-s chaimed for this SUPEltIOR
node of setting A alficial TJeethi.
June 24, tf 24
Edgefield, C. H., 5. C.
LEWIS COVAR, Proprietor._ _
3,00 WORTH OF' VALUABLE
P'roperty to lie 1alled for, consistintg of
EAtSLEY'S SPLENDID MILLS,
mid other Mlachirery, together with 700) acres of
.and andt 2-19l TOWN LUTS ini thme Village of
Easley, mnaking 250 P'rizes
Highest Prize, $20,000,
For further par ticulars sce Hand Bills, or ad- t
hess eithber of the following gentlemen at Easley,
Pickens District, S. C.
Price of Chances only $10,00. Any person en
iosing Ten ioilars, addressed as above, and their
ame and Post Ofice, plainly written, will receive
sCertificate of Chance-by return mail.
F. N. OARRIN, I
A. F. LEWIS,h
GEO. SEAB3ORN, Managers. t
i. L. T'llItUlSTOJN,
J. D). ASIlIOJ E.
-i N. U.--Wc berchyv appioint. andauhrz
). R. DUlt1SO'E, at Edccfield C. it., ottr Agent
Lo receive innies and give cerlilicate of chances.
(etc144. tf 40
... . - .. - - - -- h
Read what the Butcher says, i
r IlE BUTlERi respecctfutlly informs his sa
&kind patrons that they cani, by paying the
CAS, get BEEF-aind that whlich is good-as
Cheap from him as they can from the transient
cllers fromt the cottntry, providcd they will take
s much as a getarter; in less qinantities than a
jarter, his usual prie will lbe charged. lie
IoeCs this propiosition will meet thme approbiation of ]
his olm etstomners--those to whom lie finrimshed
BEEF in the Spring and Siumer, when IBeaves
were xceedingly hard to timid, and much more
diiicut to buy. Don't desert me no~w amid etve
ronti preference to atn occasional itnterloper from
le contry, if you wvisht me to pirovide for you
through the times when Stpock is scarce.
Heed ye what T11E utcher says an~d act ac
All personis indebted must make arrangements
to rettle tip without the least hope of longer mii
dulgece. So temen 'be priep-ared, when you
te caled tin--if you fatil to meet your liabhilities
with te iutchcr, lie, like the Bank oif thme State
dmantmy othhors, will lhe necessarily complelled to
,ntspend tihperatiomns, for a shoirt time at least.
Ttherore, lie prepared and let all strive to prevenut -
the occurrecrof such a provoking catastrophe.
W. W. GOODMAN. C
Oct. 14 tf 40. I
r 1118 is forewarning all percons against trading
fr a cer:ain 1UTE signed by F. U. Ed
monds. S. C. Edmuonds and P.:Searls-givenl to A.
GGQOtkin or be:'rer, for the gmn of Fourteen hun
red and twenity -live dollars, and due January 1858S.
Tme proety being unsounid for which said Note
was given, I ani deterineiu not to pay thme xtme
unles compelled by law. F. H. EU.\ONDS.
Oct1 S t 4U
Estate of Jon Doby, dec'd.
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of John
tl.iaby, deced., are :egnested to settle up prior
to Tuesday the 19th day of .January next. ibnd
these having denmands against -miid intate arc no
tilied to render them in, properly attested, by that
elate ms we intend making a tinal settlemient of the
personal Estate on that daty.
Di R tIE & A-TKlNS, Agents
1for Mtatilda Doby, A dm'x.
Ot 8 14t 41)
OTICE is hereby giveim to all conemned, tht
I will make a final settlenient on the Es
tte of Elizabeth Mlartin, deceasul, in thme Ordinta
ry's Ofie, on Tuesday atfter the iirst alonday of
January next. And all persons having demands
against sai.l Estate, are requested to present them
to the undersignied, oni or before that daty-and air
prsois indebted to satid Estate, are requested to
make im'nediate payment to
G. W. BlURfTON, Ex'or.
O t. 7, 3 m . 30
FINE NEW FLOURI.
JUJST received a good supply of Dora's Superfine
F.LOURI, and for sale by W. E. LEGG.
- J..y.. oa 1 29
"ALL AND WINTER GOODS,
UST reee* ved from New York a large and well
elected stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
r Gentlemens ware, embracing EVERY ARTI
LE OF CLOTIIIN G, suitable for the season, to
ether with a GOOD ASSORTMENT of my own
ianutfseturing, made up in good style.
L fine stock of CLOThIS, CASIMERES and VES
'INGS, and other furnishing goods.
Edg, field Sept. 30. tf. 33.
'INE NEW FALL AND WINTER
W. R, & T. S. HUDSON,
I RE now receiving at their Store under the
blasonic & Odd Fellows' Hall, a LARGE
id well selected Stock of excellent
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
omprising a magnificent variety or EVERY AR
'[CLE usually kept in a complete Village Store,
insisting in part of a full variety of
f the most chaste and fashionable designs, of all
alities, and at the LOWEST PRICES.
Black Gros de Rhine SILKS;
Satin Striped ".
English and German hlERINOES;
Cashmere and Brocbe DELAINES;
Manchester Printed "
Fine French Plaid "
Black and Colored Al: acas:
a - do, silk finish;
Fine French Dombazine ;
Challies. black and coiored i
French Chambrays, &e.,
Englinh, French, Scotch and Domestic GING
Holy's English PRINTS;
Fine French "
Merrimac end Coeheco PRINTS;
Furniture Chints, &e.
Swiss and Jaconet MUSLIN;
Uelhop and Victoria Lawns;
Striped and Plaid Swiss and Jaconet;
hoop SKIRTS, plain and Skeleton;
Plain and Embroidered SKIRTS ;
lrass loops, whalebone, &c.. fur Skirts;
Stela and Cashmere Sh AWLS;
Swiss and Jaconet Collais and Sleeves;
. "4 '.' "1 iu setts;
Jaconet and Swiss Edgings and Insertings ;
Smyrna and Cott-,n Laces and Edgings;
Ladies' Plain and Embroidered L. C. Hankere'fis.
Ladies' and Children Cotton Rose, white and
Ladies' Kid and Silk GLOVES;
" Lace Mitts, long and short;
" Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Dress Trimmings, Fringes. Gimps, &e.;
Velvet Trinimmings, all widths;
Bleached and Brown SIlIRTI NG:
6SIlEETINGS. all widths;
"6 " Linen Table Cloths;
Scotch. Ilussia and fluekabnek Dinpers;
Plain, Ftinged and bordered Towels;
Cotton Diapers and Damasks;
lack and Colored CASSIMERES;
Satinetts, Kentucky JEANS, plain and fancy ;
Gents Bllack and fabey Silk Cravits and Ties;
Kid, Silk, Wool and Thread Gloves, &o., &e.
A large and splendid assortment of
OOTS, SIIOES, HIATS, CAPS, &e.
A compleIte and well assorted Stock of
Hardware, Crockery, Glassware,
GAR, COFF1EE, TEA, CHEESE, SODA,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS, &C.
All of which will~be sold at VERY LOW
G UIES, amnd on good terms.
gr All we ask is an exami'nation of our Stock
rrre purchasing elsewhere.
A liberal share of public patronag' is solie'ted.
W. RI. & T. S. RUDSON.
ggN. B.-Groceries sold entirely for cash.
Oc7 - ifr 39
!ARE CHIANCE NOW TO BUY
Fl1E Subscers im ntengng to close their bu
iess, offer for sale, A T C O S T, FOR
AS, their entire Stock of
f their own tranufacture, and which Is Inferior
inone ever offetred in this market. Oar present
ock consists of a lot of splendid
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A large and beautiful variety)
Sofas and Lounges,
BO0K-CASES, TABLES, WASHaTANDS, &c.
Thch we will sell at the lowest prices for CASE
inorder to wind up oar business as soon as posal
Ic. Great Bargains will be offered, as we hops
sell out soon, and have therefore marked our
urtiture at very low figures. Call in and see us.
We continne to do Repairing of every descrip
on, promiptly, in the best manner, and very
heap fur Ca~lh.
e h ae sold some of our Furniture on credit, and
ereby resipectfully request all indebted to pay up
anearly date. Those who fail to comply tith
s request by the 1st January next, will have to
ttle with an Attorney. This is true as Gospel.
- M. A. MARKERT,
Oct 14 1857 tf 40
Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed. I will proceed to sell at Edge
ii C. }H., on the first Mlonday in November next
ec following property in the following ease, to wit:
P'atieee Clark vs Joseph P. Cullum and Win.
ulim, One Tract of Land. cntaining Three hun
rid acres, moore or less, adjoining lands of Win.
:u!.mn, Wmn. Lyierand and Recuben Lybrano.
T rmss-Ouxe and two years credit, with interest
'o day of sale. Coste to be paid in cnsh.
.1A MES EiDSON, SED
Oti4 St ' 40
Shen iff's Saile.
BY Virtue of sundry wvrits of Fi.-ri Faicias to me
directed, i will proceed to sell at Edgenleid
. I., on the first Monday in Novenmber next, the
)lowing property in the following case, to wit:
The Stte vs Alfred Uatcher, One Tract of Land
ontainig One hundred ana tifty acres, more or
sss, and adjoining lands of.- Jourdan, James
4orris and others.
Terms of sale, Cash.
JAMES EJDSON, U.E.D.
O ct1123t 40
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Wi. Powell and others, A pplicants,Paion
Aurenc Qui;,y andi others, Def'ts.
Y an order from the'DOrdinary I shall proceed
Bto sell at Edgenield C. UI., on the first Mon
lay in November next, lands of thme Estate of Jas.
ewell Sr., deceased, situated in the'District and
tate aforesaid, on llorse Cre-:k, waters of. Savan
a~ River. containing ONE HUNDRED AND
ORTINE (149) AC'RES, more or less, and
dj.inig lands or James Powell, jr , Mrs. Morris,
). J. Walker, T. Ul. Marshall and Wiley Powell.
Tzans-On a er.edit of twelve months. The
Purchaser to give Bond and security and a mort
~ae of the premises to the Ordinary to secure the
urchas money. Costs to be paid in cash, and to
pa ott JAMES EIDSON, s.s n.
O ct 9 4 te 4 1
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
me directed. I will proceed to sell at Edge
Ii.d C. II., on the fir.st Monday in Nov. next, the
following property, to wit:
Cadaway Clark vs. John S. Pollatty, Oac Sorrel
S. Christie, for another, vs. A. Bushnell, S. S.
Byce and M. A. Ransom, Exor's., Two Negroes,
Sva mna, Ora ande Whitlield, levied on as the pro.
perty belonging to the Estate of Benjamin Galman,
Terms cash. J AM ES EIDSO.N, us.a..
Oct 17, St 41
State of South Caroliap.
Martha C. Brooks and Mary C.Brooks, -
by her next friend,
vs. .BM for
James P. Carroll, Caroline H. Broks, Partition
Martha II. Brooks and Preston S.
B Y Virtue of an order in Equity in the above
' stated case, I will offer for sale at Edgeficld
C. H., on the first Monday in November next,.the
real estate of the Ion. P. s. Brooks, deceased, do
scribed in the Bill. Consisting or
"THE HOMESTEAD TRACT," adjoioing'
lands of Reuben Cooper, Sumter' Daniel,,James
Creswell and others, lying in the said District,.on.
both bides of the Island Ford Road,containing two
hundred and fourteen (214) acres, more or less:
Also, THE "PLANTATION TRACT," lying.
in said District, on waters of Wilson and Ninety
Six creeks, adjoining lands of the Estate of Samuel
Beard, deceased, lands of Thomas .. Dyson and
Daniel Proctor, and containing one thousand and
fifty (1050) acres, more or less.
Also "THE CIURCH PLACE," adjoining
lands of Retben Cooper, Daniel Proctor and oth- .
ern, and containing. forty-two and one-half (42j)
acres, more or less.
Tauxs-So much of the purchase money as will
pay the costs of the suit, to be paid in cash., The
residue on a credit of one and two years from the
day of sale, to be secured by bonds with adequate
W Possession of the premises sold, not to be
given until the first of January next.
A. SIMKINS, c.a.z.b.
Sept. 30 1857 St .38
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Thomas S. Bates and others, Bill for sale and
Vs. Partitionef Real
Milledge Bates and others. Estate.
BY Virtue of an order in Equity In this case, I
will offer for sale at Edgefield C. II., on the
first Monday in November next, the real estate of
Andrew Bates, deceased, described in the Bill, con
ONE TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, con
taining eight hundred (800) acres, more er less, ly
ing in the District and State aforesaid, and bounded
by lands of the estate of Col. John Bites, Amos
Sheily, A. D. Bates, J. M. Norris and others.
Teas-The land tn be sold on a credit of oon
and two years, except as to ,o much thereof as will
be sulicient to pay costs of the suit, which must be
paid in cash. The purchase money to be secured
by bonds or note, with ample personal buretiet an4
a mortgage of the premises.
A. SIMKINS, c.E.s.a.
Sept.30 1857 st 28
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Samuel Brooks, AssigBse, Bill for Foreeloure
John eigh. of Mortgage. e
BY an order from Chance!'or Dunkin in this
case, I will sell, at Egefield C. IL, on the
Ist Monday in Noventoer next. the following real
estate, viz: A LOT OF LAN 1) in the Villqge of
Edgefield, known as the Bushnell- Carriage Shop
Lot, including the Brick Store- louse, containing,
in the whole, two roods and eleven perebes,- more
Tzas.-The costa and one half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the residue on a
credit of six months, the purchaser giviog bond
with approved securities, to reire the Purchase
money. The titles to be signed and scaled, but not
delivered until the said lpond be paid-and if, the.
said bond be not paid tthcn due, the Commissione*
will re-sell the premises at the ritk of the' former.
purchaser. A. SIKlNS,'c.E.z a.
Oet 9 . 4te ^- 40
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Warren Amnaker & Lucy Amaker,
hisawife, . . . I
Jlames Carson, Wi~s arsonar-t.
garet-Carsonfet. al. *. -
BY -Virtue of an order from his Honor Chanel
.lor Wardlaw,fI shall proceed to sell at Edge.
field Court Hfouse, on the First alonday in Novem
ber next, all. that .TilACT~ OR PARCEL OF
L A N D, formerly owned: by' Charles Curson, con
taining three hundred indtwenty-eight (328) acres,
monre or less-there beine at least about two lhun
dred acres of well timbered land on the premi,.es,
and a good dwelling house and. out-buildings ; andi
situate in the DIstrict of Edgefleld and State of
South~Carolina, en thiwaters of Dry Creek, waters
of Little Saluda, and bounded by lands of James
MceCarty. Jamts Eidson, Jacob .Legrone and Jere
Tians-On a credit of one and two years, ei
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 fromt
dato. A. SIMKINS, c.i.a a.
Oct. 7, 4t 39
STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
- N EQUITY.
William~ WV.Williams and oslier., 11111 to set ash/e
JhSuianand Sampson Su!- l'ri,&an A'
BY Vi, tue of an ordler in I~'juity in this case, I
IJwill of'er for sale on the first Mrcaday in
Novemiber next, the TRACT OF LAND de
sribedI in the Bill in this case, containing one hun
dredi and seventy (170) acres more or less, andi
adj..ifing lands of .lthn Adoams, Samuel P. Getzen.
Tieans--The land, to be sold on a credit of twelve
nmonths from the~ day of sale, except as to so mucht
as will defray the costa of suit thus far incurred,
whic-h must be paid in cash. The purchase money
to be secured by bond with adequate sureties.
- A. SIMKINS, c.a.z.a.
Sept. 30 1857 ' 5t 3d
State of~outh Carolina,
John D. Ilolh-way and IHenry 11.1
Mays. and Mary A. his wife. BilL for Pa:
G. W. Hollowa and D. WV. Hlol- Ftiion 4J. Ac't.
kiway, et. al.
1) will on'er for sate at Edgetield C. II., cn the
frst Molrnday in November next, the real estate of.
Sarah hlolloway, deceased, described in the fBill,
A TRACT OF LAND situate in Edgefleld Dis
trict, contaIning three hundred and fifty-two and
one-half (352j) acres, more or Ies, adjoining lands
of Thomas L.ake, W. N.Iloore, James B. Sullayan
and others. -
Tsa-The land to be sold on a bredit of one.
and two years from the day of sale, except as to so
much as will defray the coats of suit thus far incura.
red, which must be paid in cash. The residue of
the purchase money to be secured by bonds with .
adequate sureties. .
Eg Posseion of the premises not to be given
until the first day of January, 1858.
A. SIMKlNS, c.r. .a. .
Sept. 30 1857 5t 38
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. -
Richard Gregory, 1- -
us. Pet ition for Par. .
John Gregory and others.)
T appearing to my satisfaction that JTohn Grego
Dry, Esther Rankin, wife of David Rankin, dv.
ceased, John Rankin and h&l wife Harriet, Sha
drack D)eas and his wife Ceily, Defentdants-.in the'
above stated ease, reside without the limits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do app
aid sibject to the division or sale of the real estate
of Sarah Gregory, dee'd., on or before the 23d&day
of December next, or their consent to the same
will be entered of record.
' W. F.-DURIISOE, em..
Ordinary's O0fice, Sept 30,1857. .- 12teS9
LL persons indebte& to the Estate8 8f.S
i. Holmes1 dec'd.,'anre requested to make jsy.
ment at an early date,' and those havIng any de. '
mand. agaist the Estate arp hereby notified to ren
.der them in forthwith proeelatetd
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