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- CHARLESTON, November 14, 1857.
I regret to inforin you of the destruction by ire of
the Charleston Rope and Cordage Factory itr Meeting
Street. one of the most enterprising and success
ful of our experiments in tho department of Howe
Manufactures. AtL.ut 3 o'clock on Tuesday mriing,
the Factory was discovered to be on fire, antd in a very
short time, the fnatues began to defy the nost strenu
ous efforts of our Fire Companics. The bui!di.!g
containing the Machinery and a large amount of
manufactured stock was entirely couseuti. By groat
exortions, the brick. Storewu.'e of the Company, front.
ing on Me:ing Street, was saved with its contents.
It is supposed to be the work of an incendiary, the
firo having origmnhitOd in a room in the second story,
which has not bean used for sometime. The los. to
this public spirited Assooiation is estimated at fifty
thousand dollars-covered by insurance only to the
amount of $12,000. A still more unfortunate oornee
quence of this calamity, is, that a large number of
laboring persons will be thrown out of employment.
Mr. HEaR of tim Mercury, is one of the Proprietors
of this estalishment, antd the success whichfhas here
tofore attended it, is mainly due to his inlefatigable
enterprise and persevorance. Arrangements will, I
am informed, soon be mado for rebuilding the Factory,
securing to our City the continued possession of this
valuable evidence of her industrial advancement.0
A Dr. Uilbert of the firm of Drs. Gilbert & Kenne
dy, New York, has opened an Office here for the cure
of Cancers, Ulcers and Tumors, without surgical ape.
rations. His references both in this City and elso
where, are of the highest character.
The November number of the Charleston Medical
Joturnal conains a fine steel P'ortrait of our fcllow
citizen, Dr. James Moultrie, illustrated by a biogra
phical sk~etch. Tho v-olume which is now cuompleted
is adorned by six Engravings of etninent medical
practitioners. It is a source of pride to us Charlesto
nians, that this excellent work has at length beco'me
so necessnary to our seientific- community, that its per
manency may no longer be consideredl questionable.
The list of payment.! recently publisheud, shows that it
is nlow nut only sett'-supporting, hint prepalred to fur
nish extra attractions for its readers, on as liberal a
Sor . Dr. Hiapj.oldt, the present Edli tnr, is a pro
fessional gentlemnan of ability and promise.
Lecturers are conmnenng~n their tours in this direc
tion. Prot'essor P. W. Thoais, who is about pub
lishing a book on tho Institutions and Rtesources of
the South, proposes a course on the sub~ject of " Eta.
gnen.ce," with sketches and anecdottes of Calhoun,
Lsgare, Bl.,ctom, Prezntizn, amid tither Soutihern Orators:
the first t-> be given on Tunesday evening next, at one
of our fashionabne Hihl'.
Our Medical College opened on Monday last with
flattering prospec~ts. The young men of our State arc
beginniug to be coniuned that they can acquire a
sound mnediesi educationu at home, and with so able
and diatingumishedl a corps of Professors, tis Institu
tion cnnnot but maintr.ini its'well earned reputation.
I give you b~eloi the arrnrgementa for Lectures du
ring thme presomnt season.
Howiuno-Obstetries, Prof. Pritoleau; Physiology,
Prf Molre Institutes and Practice of- Mnedicinec,
Prof. Divioon ; Surgery, P'rof. iGeddings; Amtomny,
Prof. Miles. '
Tucedny-Materia Medica, Prof. Fr:st ; Chemnitry.
Prof. C. U. Shephlard ; Itnstitutes and Practice ol
Medicine, Prof. Dickson; Surgcry, Prof. Geddings;
Anatomy, Prof. Miles.
Wedaciday-Clinical Lectures, Marine and Ropner
Hospitals ; Chemistry, Prof. C. U. Shepard; Physiolo
gy, Prof. Moultrie ; Surgery, Prof. Gleddings; Anato
myi, P'rof. Miles.'
'Thuraday,-Mnteria Medica, Prof. Frost; Chemnis
try, Prof. C. UT. Shepard ; Institutes and~ Practice of
Mecdiciuo, Pro~f. Dickson; Surgery, Prof. Gieddinigs;
Anatomy, Pr-,f. Miles.
J'ri4:y-Mamteria Medica, Prof. Frost; Chemistry,
Prof. C. U. Sizopard ; lunstitutes and Practice of Medi
cine, Pronf. Dickson; Obstetrics, Prof. Priolenu; An
atomny, Prof. Miles.
Saturday--Clinical Lectunres, Marine and Roper
Hostpitnals; Materia Medica, Prof. Froet ; Physioloigy,
Prof. Moultrie ; Obstetrics, Prof. Prioleau.
In the Preparamtnry School, thne following gi11 lbe the
.Juony-Obnstetries-S. L. Lonckwoodt, M. D.
Tueindy-Materia Modica-F. P. Purch~er, M. D.
Wedntedy-Surgery-J. Julian Chnisolnm. M. D.
Thursday-Anatomay-ranncis T. Miles, M. D.
Fridasy-Phuisionlogy-Ed ward Gedl.iinngs, M. ID.
Saturday afternoo at S: o'clck-Practice of Medi
eine-D). J. Catin. M. D.
Prancis T. Miles, M. D., Demonstrator.
On Wednesday afternoon lectures will be delivered
at the Roper Hlospital, by Dr. D. J. Canin, Physician
to the HIospital, assisted by Dr. R. A. Kiznlnmeb, Star.
geon. Dr. F. Peyre Porcher, Physician to the Marino
Hospital, will also deliver a lecture every Wednesdnny,
at -'hat Institudon.
Th's week has been dedicated to tihe examination of
tho Cnadets of the State Mititv:ry Acadcey. A salute
of 13 guns was fired in honier of. the Board of Visi
tors on their arrival. The exazminatio~n has been eon
ducted according; let the ftollowimng P'rograeme.
THE FIIRST CLASS.
Tuesday, 10th inst...........tt Civil Engineering.
Wednes..lsy.........n Astronomy and Chemistry.
Thursday...On Governmecnt (Calhonnu's Text.)
Friday................n Military Engineerinmg.
There will bes a Review and Drill of the Coaps of
Mets on S:~'.tday, the 14th inst.
TUlE SECOND CLAES.
donday, lkh innst. --..:.Caiculus rqnd Eug. Literature.
Cuesday.. .Plhyeical Science and Analytical (4eomeotry.
TiiE TIlR D CLASS (let Section.)
ctlnestey... -On Des.crip;tivo Geonaztry, Hlistory, the
French ?tnd Ejtglish Larnguagos.
ridazy, thne :*th, will be Comm,.icement Day-.
The Con~mn.-eoent Sermon will be delivered in
'rinity Church, Hlaseli-street, on Suntday, the J15th
at., at thne tiual hour of evening service, by the
ov. J. T. Wnonums~.
Tine United States Circuit Court have been in Sos
on during the week. The omnly innportant case ocen
ying the ntention of tbe Court, is the lHomieide on:
ard the Ship Richard Cobden, on her voyage from
iverpool to this Port. Messrs. Drown & Porter, and
W.ur .... .....1.s emetdS the dekano. Jams.
ARTHUR SIMKlINS, EDITOR.
EDGEPIELDs S. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1857.
MR. KEESE COLLECTING.
A member of our Firm is at this time out collecting
e duos of the Adrertiser Office. No one, we feel
sured, will turn from him without a prompt res
>nse to his call for funds. Our claims are many,and
ugly very small; but, all together, they will make
a pretty sumn,-a sum that will enable us not only
pay our debts, but to place our paper upon ahigher
round of progress than we have yet ventured to
isumo. While our many friends throughout the
istrict are receiving the rich reward of their fine
-ops, they will surely remember the printer's due,
ad act accordingly upon seeing our friend and asso'
ate, Mr. E. KEsE.
Tut Rev,. Joux McLims, Presbyterian Minister, by
vine permission will preach in the Baptist Churc
a Sabbath next at II o'clock.
" THE proceedings of the late Division meeting
i Aiken have been received and will appear in oul
Thursday the 19th inst., having been appointed al
ie annual day of Thanksgiving and prayer through
at the State, the Episcopal Church in this place wil
e open for Divine service at 11 o'clock A. M.
We are requested to state that arrangements havi
eeu made for regular services in the Church of thi
deemer, at Mrs. Bnoocs' plantation, in this Dii
ret, on the 4th Sunday of every month.
23 We have laid aside for publication next wcel
a excellent article addressed to Ilis Excellency Gov
,liston, in relation to the South Carolina College
oek out for it.
It will be seen that we afford large space or our Ars
age this week to certain evidences of (Cancer-cure
hich have been forwarded to us for publication. We
now nothing of the authenticity of the certificatei
iven. They appear to us to be worthy of belief. I
ero be virtue in the remedy thus advertised, wc
jull have done a service to humanity (besides reap.
ig the rcward of a good fee) by giving it publicity
f there be none, we have but uselessly filled a columr
r two, and nobody is hurt. " Try all things; hold
,st that which is godd."
THE LABORDE PROPERTY.
Attention is asked to the several sales advertised
y the Commissioner in Equity. Among them, i
at of the real estate of the late Mrs. Sarah Laborde
nsisting in part of valuable village lots. The cor.
er house opposite the Carolina Hotel would be a
pital place for a boarding-house. It is pleasant t<
ear of our friends from the country coming to live withi
s in town. It makes us feel that our village is look.
ag up. Here then, we repeat, is another chance at i
od town lot. But see the advertisements generally
TIIE CIRCUS AGAIN.
Now look out for the Circus. Next week is tht
-eek. It will be certain to be here. You have al'
sn the. pictures; have an eye then to the originals
t is not Robertson's old Circus,-that's something it
a favor. "But it may be worse," we hear some on'
y. We dent think so. At any rate it will be nes
to its arrangements, new as to its riders, its tricks
s elowns, its dogs. its intelligent ponies, and othe1
ke appurtenances. Ohi, by all means go and see thm
ew circus. Something of the kind, one in a while
I good for men as well as boys.
NEW IN TIlS ISSUE.
Mrs. CAnuotL's millinery establismnen~t may b
mnnd in Hamburg a few doors from the Carolina Ho
il. See her advertisement, and reward her tasto an
~dustry with a share of your patronage. This to th
n Broad Stveet, Augdsta, Ca., is much inure. He
as a very superior assortment of articles in his lim'
f business, equal in variety if not in extent to an'
bgwe sawv in New York last summer. bee wha
e says of stoves among other matters.
Also see what our Hlambturg ILttays of ia stoves
Our old friend, S. G. EAr.LC, -kindly sends us
ackage of the aced of thme Beardless Barley. W<
all sow it with care and give half of whet we rais'
a the planter who .shall furnish us during the nex
ix mouths with the best agricultural artice not t<
xceed a column in length, subject to be selected by
de writer. This barley is not only very rare, but o:
igh merit as we have henrd from several sources.
THE MEETING OF THlE LEGISLATURE.
This body meets on Monday next. The Sessimz
:ill be a highly interesting one. If any of our ful.
,v-citizens deaire to aee the capital of the State is
a most attractive phase, let them go down this sea.
in. We will warranit to them a mest gay and pleas
ait tinme; and this not only to gentlemen but to la
is too. It is a One thing, to have people from all
arts of the State thus brought together once a year,
tn as us mnure like one great family. By person
intercourse and the interchange of many civilities.
e comae to learn and appreciate each other properly,
tis not only humanizing but refining. For withoutm
in-glory we may say, that the assemblage of Car'
nians usually convened nt Co'lumbia during the
ession of our Legislature ip nowhere to be surpass.
1, whether as to the intelligence and chivalry of
ar men, or the beauty and elegance of ouf women,
h c'ming seasoin promises to be one of unusual
iliancy. Besides this, the important matters that
ust come up for discussion and adjustment in the
egislature are such as may well awaken the liveli
t care and consideration of every good citizen. We
ust therefore that Edlgefield will send down a good.
representation of her ancient worth, as well as of
r fashions and beauty.*
TIC FAIR AT COLUMIBIA.
The accounts are that the State Fair was hugely
tended, and that the Exhibition was very respecta
e. We congratulate the sate Society upon the
sult of their scond annual meeting. Col. J. T.
Atsf..L's addlress on the occasion is an admirable
o, and we hope to lay it before our readers at an
erly day. The indeh'atigable and high-spirited
resident of the Society, Col. Asannaw, P. CA~ymotm,
also reported to have delivered a fine speech during
continuance of the Fair. is zeal and ability
uve doubtless had much to do with the complete
inumph of the Society. It is now, we trust, an es
blshed thing ; and its annual Fair will in future
looked' to with confidence and receive the support
the whole people. That Edgefield has been renmiss
is fall, we confess with some degroe of mortification.
ut her excuse is, her want of railroad facilities and
e consequent heavy trouble and expense to her
izens, of rendering in their quota of contributions.
evertheless, it is our belief that hereafter she will
found endeavoring to du her part. Suecess to the
use of home industry, and may thme shadow of the
ate Agricultural Society never grow less
HOG KILLING TIME.
Theolast Chattanooga Advecrtiser says: "We un
rtandl that on yesterday, the 11th instant,'four
umard hogs were killed at the slaughterimig house
Chandler &, McCumey's. As yet, we have not
en informed as to what will be the pirobable price
Kntucky and Ohio; however, we incline to the
ien that hogs will naot command mioro than three
da half to four cents gross."
3W John V. Moore, Es,1., editor and proprpietor of
Anderson True Carolinianu, offers to sell one-halhf
that establishment, as he is unable to devote the
quisito attention to its manugement.
W The New York Herald says: " Among the
rsons whom thie present troubles have forced to ius
nd we hear of many, nearly one-half, who arc al
ady making pireparations to resume business on a
udent and contracted scale. 'aey delay their de
,onner, U. S. District Attorney, conducting the pros
The first Concert of the Corypbean Society on
ruesday evening, was a successful hit., and is spoken
,f in high terms of praise by our musical con- -
The Ladies Mount Vernon Asssociation are appeal
ing to the musical community to aid them in getting
up a Concert in aid of their funds.
Preparations for the Fair are going on quite briskly
at the Institute Hall. The workmen are busily em
ployed in erecting extrashafting and accommodations W
for machinery. The Committees have been receiving
contributions of Paintings, Statuary, Atabrotypes, s
Drawings, &c., and in this Department especially, -we
may look for some choice specimens of native Art. I <
mentioned in my last the change of days for thg Re- g
gatta, from the 19th and 20th, to the 20th and 21st, a
in consequence of the 19th having been appointed as
a Day of Thanksgiving, by His Excellency. 0
The Tapatre is open nightly, but as yet, the " stars "
have not begun to shine, and the prospect in conse- e
quence looks dark. Arrangements have however
been effected by the Managers with distinguished
performers, who, I presume, will be introduced upon
the Boards, In the course of the approaching amuse- d
meat season. 0
Visitors to our City during the coming week, will
have an opportunity of meeing the Rice Crops on
Cooper River-the Steamer General Clinch having
commenced her regular excursions up the River, leav- n
ing early on Friday .mornings, and, returning to the
City in the evening.
An Agency has been established here for the South,
Carolina Spoke Manufactory, connected with the
Palmetto Iron Works, Columbia, where this indispon- b
sable article is made from the best South Carolina
The Artesian Well has been bored to the depth of b
950 feet. The diameter of the bore is to be enlarged
to twelve inches, when, as some of our inveterate na- t
tive punsters say, it will become " a greater bore"
After a close inspection of the dredging eperations
in the Maffit Channel, Capt. Cullum reports that he
finds in mid channel nothing less than 12 foet at dead
low water, which would give 18 feet at high water.
The machinery employed has proved itself amply ad
equate to the successful prosecution of thia important p
worlk. About one-fourth of the excavation contem
plated has already been accomplished. Much of the k
future prosperity of Charleston, as you are aware, de- 9
pends upon the result of this enterprise, and Captain tl
Cullun, who has had the direction of it, expresses s
fuill confidence in its ultimate success.
The Froneh Bark, Olympe, (put into this port in I
distress) was sold at auction a few days since for $1700. 0
Our health report this week, shows still greater im- r,
provement-only eight deaths of white persons, (one
between 90 and 100 years of age,) and no epidetnic of
any kind prevailing. Country residents for the win
ter are removing to their plantations, and summer
travellers have all come home. t
I am unable as yet, to report any marked improve- c
ment in financial and business matters. Produce be- n
gins to come in a little more briskly, but in the con
tinucd1 confused state of money affairs, sales me neces
arily very limited, and negotiations painfully slow u
anil restricted. The stuck market remains perftctly
quiet. save now and then an occasional transfer, at 9
considerable sacrifice, furnishing no criterion for'lay
thing like fair quotations. Cotton is in good demand,
not only for the stock now on hand, but sales in ad
vance have been effected at the highest prices. The
receipts of the week have reached 9,580 bales; ex
ported 4,G42 bales; leaving some 15000 stock on hand.
During this period, a further advance has taken place,'
and 6,900 bales have been sold at prices ranging from
11@ to 13 cents. Wheat exported, 19,6S2 bushels;
Flour, 985 barrels; (if your type-setters "set up
that "pounds" again, as ho did last week, I shall
have toa "C hint doaca for defamation of the character
of our " Queen Ciiy.") Wheat (red) $l,12j @ 1,15;
(white) $1.20 to 1,30 ; Flour 8k @ 6k; Receipts 4,571
barrels ; Rico, higher qualities vory scarco and much
in demand. ptri-:es 3 @ 3 1.10, and for very prime and f
choie loats 34 @ $4; Corn, (country) 80 @ 85; Mary
landi 75 @ S5. receipts very light. Bacon, declining I
in price-Hlans10 @ 17k; Shoulders 8 @ 12k; Sides i
coarse, selling at 75 9 80; Lard 15 @ 16&, scarcely
any salee ruade; Outs, no arrivals, last sales 45 @u 46;
Ilay 2'aa bailes receivedl, a few small lots of Northern.,
sold at 85 @ 00:; Sugar, 300 packages Drown, darn-t
aged1 on voyage f'rom P'oint a Peatre, Glaudaloupe, were
sol at Auction by Street Brothers, at an average of
5 3.10; Butter, (p~rinae Glo'hen) 23 @i 27; Inferior
10.2 @~ 15 cenats. Liquors, nothing daing since the
Eecton--Iagging atit hope, no sales. ,
Oar last parting fo'r the piresent,(*oe hope) with
Summer anal its depressing aecompaniments took
pace a few dlays aga. aftcr a rcry warm interview, and
we are now favored with a pleasant refrevshing spell
of bracing wenther frir the approaching holidays.
LATER PROM EUROPE.
ARRITALs (iF THE STEA21Elt ARIABIA.
Naw Youx, Nov. 13, A. M.--The British andv
North Anmerican Royal Mail Steamship Arabia, I
apt. .1. Stone, has arrived with Liverpool ac-i
c'uts to Saturday, October 31st.
GENR~sAL. INTELI.GE.\CE.--)elhi had been
taken by the English forces. The loss of thme i
British army was about 600. The King of Delhi
had escaped. I
Lucknow still held out.
Conaiderable Englialh reinforcements hada
Pryoress and Babylon (Mr. Ten Broeck's ra- I
cers,) had been beaten in the Cambridgeshire v
Stakes, run at Newmnarket on the 27th October. 1i
The distance was one mile and two hundred s
andl forty yards.
Tfhe illustrious Gen. Cavaignac is bhad..
Thme Spanish Ministry has beehi organized.
Tthe result of the e-lectionso in Switzerlandb
shows largely in favor of~ the Liberal party.
Hleavy f'ailures are reported to have occurred"
More tailures hand taken place at Vienna, but' el
it was believed the worst wvas over. t
. T1he yomung Prince of Prussia had Ondertaken i~
to conduct pulblic afiliirs duirinmg the illness of h,
his fasther. The health of the King was im
The Borough Baank at Liverpool h'assuspended.
Money matters wer*e generally unchanged, a
and the active demand cointies. bl
.LitvEaI'oom. MA RK ET REPORT. ri
CoMMERf...-The ades of Cot ton for the 3
week were 14.000 bales, at a decline in piaices' os
fro jd. to (d. Quotations wvere nominal, un- e
settledl andl irregular. On Friday the sales p
reached 4000 bales, and holders towards the.
close of business demanded an advance in prices.
Flour was very dull, at from 2v. to 3s. decline,h
Wheat dull, and declined 4d. to 6d. per 70 tr
Corn dull at 6d. decline.
Sugar was heavy and had declined fi om one oi
to two shillings. t
FIVE DAYS LATE FROM EUROPE' tI
COTTON DECLINING. e
CAtPE RA m:, NE wfoundhland, Nov-.14, 1857. N
e The Vanderb~ilt steamship Ariel, Captain b
Lulow, for New York from Bremen and
Southampton bringing dhates from Liverpool to g
te 4th instant, has pased this point. Her
news was obtained by- the yacht of the Associa
teal Press, and brou;:ht to the Trelegraph olice.
The Ariel brings $400,00l0 in specie. clk
LivER'ooL, COTTON MARSKET. ht
Com!r~F.RcrAr. 1NTF.I.IlGENeE--Te sides of o
Cotton ror the week comparised 15,500 bales. h
'he market exhibitedl a declining tendency.
'TimE STrATE OF TRIADE.-Advices from Mfan-~
hleter were unfaivorabsle. 01
P'rovi~,mons were very dull. ai
LaosON MONEY MARKET.--TheC Money Mar
et was depressed. Consols were unchanged.t
ST. Louis, Nov. 11. o*
UJTAII AFFAIRs .-ITntelligenc received here re
r'nn the Plains announ'ces that Col. Johnson's
or.4s are rapidly failing for want of forage. It
was reportuel at Fort Laramnie (a military post P
mnd settlement on the North fork of the Platte pt
iver, on the route to Oregon,) that the Mormons ir
had burnt three Government trains, consistingji p
nr Un1ant7-~Ya Wan and thai, cona.
MISCELLANEOUS rEMS. GE
_p Mr. Davii Murphy, the pape' manufacturer patel
near Fayetteville, N. C., has presented the editors of the
the Obserrer with a ream of paper made at his mill
from the sugar cano after the juice had been express- pad
ed. The Oberrer says it is of very good body, bear- l th
ing ink well, but of yelloirish color. three
j# A correspondent of the Columbia Tince, Mob
nominates Charles P. Sllivan, Esq., of Laurens, for
the United States Senate. a po:
pg The grape growers of the West are about ro- o'clo,
ceiving large accessions to their numnhers from En- scart
rope. A vessel arrived at Philadelphia a few days '
since from Genoa, bringing one hundred and twenty terec
five passengers, who all come to this country with the parti
intention of proceeding'West and engaging in the "s
culture of the grape with a view to the production of
p0 The Cleveland, East Tennessee, Runner says Spir
in that market corn is being sold at from thirty to abou
thirty-fivo cents a busiol, and good wheat commands teres
seventy-fivo cents. '- ever
ggr Rufus W. Page, of Wake county, N. C., has re
been appointed Secretary of State otiorth Carolina. hors<
Oca SEssON PAPiR-As usual (says the or gi
South Carolinian) we will send the Daily South Caro- but
linian for the session to subscribers, postage free, for nour
one dollar. We have made arrangements for furnish- 3
ing a daily report of tfie business of the Legislature, one
and of all matters of interest at the Capital. 53
p& The Washingtog correspondent of the New
I York\Hernld states that3fr. Mason has sent his re
signation to the President, to take effect in January
next; but that he will lie requested to remain until haI
Spring, when his successor, Mr. Slidell, will go out. houT
_.P Raisins hnvo fallen in the Boston -market to of p
$2.25 per box for fresh 3ialaga. Last year, at this undt
time, they brought $4.2bi and the consequence was $2
that plum puddings and mince pies were very scarce fore(
fl& The Prince of Siam, now ca a mission to Tj
England, is charged to ofr to Queen Victoria several ger-1
superb presents, and aming others a throne in mas- to tl
sive gold, set with jowel tory
tV Many of the mili and factories in New Eng
land are now resuming (rk-among them the Union
Manufacturing Co., of'Norwalk, CL, the Chicopee dier
i (Mass.) mille, the Rolling and Nail mills, and the has
i Massasoit Flour mills, at all river. The American T
Print Works at Fall rivet, it Is believed, will also two
soon commence running, on p
g" The Anderson 'ga'hette greeted its readers emp
last week in an entirelyiey outside dress, which ad- mov
ded minh to its general appearance, and the Editor
truly remarks that it is "in point of appearance and A
typographical execution inferior to none of its co- Viet
temporaries." We are bipy to see this evidence of - I
prosperity so brightlye - ited in our cotemp's pa- R. X
gV Miss Ellen Bronia gave a very euccessful the 1
concert in Columbia on Tuesday evening.
gI We have no desire to be acquainted with the a -
bachelor who perpetrated-tho following: ar
"Nature. impartial in her ends, mad
When she made mat the strongest, his
In justice, then, to make amends,
.Made woman's tongue the longest. to h
gg The Winnsboro' Register says that Major J. sing
H1. Ition, who recontly killid Mr. Player, had himself A
arrested on Sunday. He went to Newberry, and ob- get
tained from Judge O'Neall an order for bail, and on from
his ieturn recognized in the sum required. havi
g3 It is with regret th'rt we announce the death his t
of Mr. S. W. Lewis, the puilisher of the Farmer and
Planter. He died at Pndlgton on Sunday last, after vill
a severe illness. fron
g5g The Rlienn (Miss.) Clipper says: 'huni
'There is an immense emigration from Georgia, muilt
South Carolina, and East Tennessee, to Arkansas. -n
Near a hundred wagons have passed through this
place in the last ten days, the larger portion of which
were from Georgia." . the
7y- The New York Yire says "it is an alarm- veoar
ngspectacle tosee a sturuf fellow with a sogar in y e
his mouth, which cost a~hach as a loaf of bread, with
or s~~uf'd .arrytugS~UauneyTtrn -5tw5
the inscription, " bread or trrrk."frt
fie-A largo meeting of persons connected with the oaus
"iHunger movement," similar to those of lPhiladecl. trom~
phia and New York, was held in Trenton on Satur- t$r
dagv afterndon, and resolutions were patsedr urging Ite
the city authorities to take immediate steps to p're- to 1ht
veut from 2,000 to 3,000 persons9 from actual starva- lu~
For the Advertiser, char
AGRICULTURAL CLUB. maul
-A goodly ntumber of farmers met at Mt. Felspar, I
'near Edgefichd C. HI., on Saturday the 7th inst., aite:n
and rifter about two hours interesting conversation, as a
thec following motion was unanimously carried, viz lrm
That the " Crooked Run Agriciural Ciuh," is
now fully orga'nizedl to meet monthly.
N,-xt meeting, 2nd Saturday in next month, at
then Male A cademy in this place, at 10 o'clock, A.3L.
For the Advertiser.
TIBUTE OF RESPECT..
At a mneetinmg of the " Saluda Sentl'nels," held CE
at alt. Willinrg, on Saturday the 7th inst., at, which andl
Cornet Wnsv was requested to act as Secretary,
the following Preamble and Resolutions were or- Bale
fered by Sergeant S. Af SMITIn, and unanimnously
W"IF~1.EAs, it hne pileascd Almighty God, in the ing i
wise dispersation of his Providence to remove after
from our midst our gallant and much-beloved refu,
Leutenant,, H1. M. ITnoxu, who, by his noble Sl
deportment and amiable disposition, had endearedpr
himself to us all by thre strongest ties of friend
ship. Therefore be it
Resohred, That while we most deeplhy deplore T
this sad event that has not only deprived our Comi- 'forn
pany of one of its efficient Officers, but each one --
of n-3 of a kindr and devoted friend ; and while we*
feel that there now exists in our ranks a blank that
conniot easily be filled, yet we bow with hirumble RC
rsianration to the Divine will. Chur
Resolved, That we most truly sympathise with tiall
tre family of our deceased Lieutenant, rnd offler d
themi our sincere condolence in their heavy be-Ed
Resoleed, That the death of our Lieutenant he Gilgi
duly entered on the record hook ol the Company. Litth
Resolved, That, we wear the usual badge of Roci
mournming fur mix nmonths.
Resolved, Tihiat a copy of the proceedings of Felle
this meetig be sent to the family of deceased, and=.
to the Edgetield Adcriiser for publication.
A. D. BATES, Chair'n.
A. P. W~s'r, Sec'ry. ln
From thme Atlanta Intelligenicr & E.ranurner, Nov. 10.wh
Hot; TRADF.-We have been kindly allowedsov
to make the following extracts from twvo lettet's Grn
recived by one of our largest houses in the ceob
comiss~Lionl business here from relialec and -re. remet
sposible parties in Tennessee, gentlemen whro the s:
have every faility to ascertain, as near~ as pos- descri
sible, thre quantity and the probable price. ".5
GiALLATm, Tern., Nov. 5, 1857. side,
Genti: I have looked into the hog market, ribs
and my opinion is, a man would not he safe in pain
bying hogs at more than three cents gross. exten
Otur farmers' views are conaiderably above that
price. T1here has been offeredi here from four for rh:
and a half to live cents gross, for hogs weighing *"5 0
from two hundred arnd twenty-five to two hun- altern
dred and lifty pioundls, arnd some sales made at part
the above figure.' My opinion is a man had hmavin
et ter holud oilf and see howthtings go. I think wenri;
there will be more bacon put up by the produ- or bna
cers this season than ever before. Ilassit
Sriustamm:, Tenn., Nov. 5, 1857. satisti
"Gentleru: As you requested, I promise to trusts
keep you posted up in regard to the movement Hm
of our pork nmarket. This is to inform you wl
that there was a sale of fifteen hundred hogs Prepa
this week at five ccnts nett or four cents gross,
on sixty days time. The hogs are to drive to
Aberdeen, Miss. Thre offering price in Nash- M'L
vill, is ruur anid a half cents. As yet., the far- factur
mers are not lisposed to take that pr'ice, through All o'
I thbink thmey will do so soon. From M~orgainton, Dr. 3i
East Tennessee, there will be considerably more Yoernii
bacon put up in this section this season, than stores
was last year. 25
X. WILLTAI WAI.gER.-A telegraphic dis
from New Orleans, of the 11th instant, in
ashville a ers, says:
Iieral William Walker is off. He ap
,d before the District court this morning
rave bail to appear fur examination on the
This afternoon himself, staff, and over
hundred men embarked on -board of the
le mail boat.
.he steamer Fashion, Capt. Cauglilin, with
tion of his men and a large quantity of
munitions and provisions, got off at two
,k this morning, having first submited to a
h by the United States Marshal.
'he Fashion cleared for Mobile, but will in
pt the mail boat outside, when the whole
will embark on the Fashion for Nicaragua.
;apt. Fassayoux remains here. -
;on. Henningson is expected this week.
sT TnIE OF HoRS~s.-PoRTEI'S -W rork
it contains some oft-repeated statements
t the fast time of horses, which may be in
ting to many ofour readers. The best time
made in England, is a mile in 1:48. The
was run by War Eagle and Cossock in 1847.
er Eclipse, Flying Childers, or any other
, ever ran a mile in a minute. The average,
meral time of mile races in England is 1:54,
in heat races the following may be pro
iced good time: one mile 1:421; two miles
A ; three miles 5:35 ; four miles 7:191.
ie best time ever made in this country is
mile in 1:42i; two miles 3:3.11; three miles
four milea 7:19J.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 11.
RREST or GENERAL WALKER.-General
ker was arrested to-day, just previous to
departure for Nicaragua, whither he was
id with 1500 troops, a fine steamer, plenty
rovisions and amunition and good officers
ir his command. He was held to bail in
00, a. sum so small that he will possibly
NFW Yoar, Nov. 10, P. M.
IE HUNGER-MOB OF NEw YORK.-The hun
nob congregated this morning in the Park,
ic number 9f twenty thousand. Inflamma
speeches were delivered, and a riot at
>ted, which was promptly suppressed by the
the afternoon about fifteen hundred sol
entered the Park. No further outbreak
ie corporate authorities have appropriated
Ifundred and fifty thousand dollars to carry
ublic improvements, aud thereby furnish
loynient for thousands of the poor whose
ts unfortunately induce them to join in the
iments of the hunger-mob.
SOTHEII DUEL.-A duel took place near
:sburg, Mississippi, on the 2d inst., between
). Roy, of the Vicksburg Southern Sun, and
[. Purdon, of the Port Gibson Herald. Pur
left arm was broken in two places. Roy
not hurt. The distance was forty paces and
veapons Mississippi rifles.
erIX GENors.-The late John E. Thayer,
althy man of Boston, who was engaged to be
-ied to Miss Cornelia A. Granger, in his will
a shortly after his engagement, and before
illness, left her the interest of $250,000,
used for her benefit, whether married or
NEW WAY To GET RID OF TENANTs.-Brid
.Icntire, of Central Falls, died on Saturday,
the effects of fright and smoke, caused by
anlord of the dwelling in which she lived,
ng stuffed the chimney with'straw to smoke
ocs IN TENNESEE.-A letter from Shelby
says that there will lbe fatted for market
one hundred and fifty thousand to two
red thousand hogs, with in an area of fifty
s5 each way from thla$ point.
ED, at is Fatber's Residence, in this District, on
surning of the 2Sth of October, of Typhoid Fe
HENRY MICHAEL HERLONG, in the 24th
of his age.
r nine days only the deceased was prostrated
L6GA akll and ide bffled al human f
It is painful to see our friends of a mature old
trickcncd down by the hand of death, but it is a
of greater griof to witness the departure of one
our midst who was full of youth aud searee in
igllr of manhood ; of one who bade fair to be a
i citizenl and an ornament to society.
is truly a consolaition to his relatives and friends
lieve that ho died with a brighlt hopo of eternal
iness in the world to come, andl that he willingly
nod his spirit to ]Him who gavo it. .11o had been
ome11 years previous to his death, a consistent
her of the Methodist Church, and cheerfully dis
ecd the duties incumbent upon him with a true
y bearing and thle dignity of a christian.
was powessed of a kind and affectionate heart
vays dultiful and obedient as a son, ever affection.
ndl devotedl as a brothmer, and1 kind and generous
frien d. None ever lived more loved, or dlied moure
nted by family and friends, than the subject of
" The soul too soft its ills to bear,
is left our mo~rtal lioisphoro;
And sought, in. better world, the mneed
To blameless life by heaven decreed."
COMMNE RCUIA L.
HIAMEURG, Nov. 10.
'r-roN.-Oulr market has been quite bonyant
irices advanced wi-thin the past week to 121 cts.
h. We quote now 11 to 12* ets.
'ceipts for the week ending to-day were 1,157
AUGUSTA M AnKET, November 13.
ITToN.-Some few sales were made this mnorrn
efore the steamer's news was received, but
wards buyers withdrew from the market, and
ed to oplerate unless at a half cent decline.
ra havo not. yet determined what course to
New OnREA Ns, Nov. 12, 1'. M.
i sales to-dliy were 9t.O10 les at 11 i to 11*
v. D. TEA1nAL.E will preach at the following
ches at the hours specified, if not Providen
eld Village, Novemblier 18th, at night.
ch Church, " 19th, at 11 A. M.
.1 Church, ." 20th ,atl11A. M.
~Steplhen's Creek " 21st.
y Creek, " 22nd.
whip Chnrch, ' 23rd.
P" This dangerous and often fatsal disease had
bafled the skill of the most eminent physicians,
thme discovery of Dr. JI'Lane's Lirer Pille
I the difficulty, and presented to thme world the
S'Speifte, which has attained such wide-spr'ead
ity fo'r its certainty of cure. This successfnr
ly was the result of many years study, inl which
-mptom~s were narrowly observed, and are thus
bed by the Doctor himself:
yptomea of a Diseasedl Lirer.-Pain in the right
md sometimes in the left, under the edge of the
-the patient being rarely able to lie on the left ;
l~IOimes undler the shouldler-blade, frequnently
cing to the top of the shoulder--often mistaken
eumatism in the armn, sickness of stomach, and
F appetite ; bowels miostly costive, but sometimes
ate with hix ; dull, heavy sensation in the back
f tile head ; loss of menmory, with uneasiness of
g neglected something; sometimes dry cough;
ess and debility ; nervous irritability; feet cold
ining, and prickly senlsation of skin ; low spirits,
ide, with disinclination to exercise, although
ad it would be beneficial. In fact, patient dis
ro you anly, or all of these symptoms ? If so, you
nd a certain remedy in Dr. M'Lane's Pills.
rod by Fleming Bros. of Pittsburgh.
* Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR.
NE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, maim
a by FLEMING BROS., of Rittshnurgh, Pa.
her Liver Pills in comparison are worthless.
'Lane's genuine Liver P'ills, also his celebrated
fugo, can now be had at all respectable drug
None genuine soit Aoug the aig'nature of
PT MINTTG 94B ROS
HY EN I AL.
MARRIED, on the morig of the 9th lnPt., at
['Cluck, by Rev. D. D. Iruntsoi,.. fr. AwTEM.Is 1oL.
and Miss FnAses, daughter tot E. It. McDaniel, a
or this District.
MARRIED, in Route, GtL, on Thursday the 5th insl
nt the residence of -irs. Butler, aunt to the brid
Taos. W. SKELLY, and Axis ISAEIMA, daughter
John Ardis, of Beach Island, South Carolina.
M.UtniIED, on the 11th Oct., by the Rev. J. Norri
Mr. Z. C.AxToN to Miss Tsury Powxr., all of Jafe
son County, Ga.
AMARRIED, On the 18th Oct., by Coast, Esq., WIL.Ia
CLAXTON, of Jefferson, to Miss ZLPEnA AxDERSOx,
Emanuel County Ga.
MARuiED, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Emanu
Cauglman, IHE-RY BuH, to Miss PENELOPE Lows
MAY, all of Edgefield, S. C.
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, As Fe A
A Regular Communication of tl
Lodge will be held at their NEI
HALL, In the Odd Fellows & M
sonic Building, on Saturday evenin
the 21st Nov., at 7 o'clock.
E. BLAND, W. M.
D. R. DUaRIOE, See'ry.
Nov. 11 2t 44
Bezaleel Chapter, No. 8, R. A. IL
H OLD their Regular Convocations on the fir
- Monday evening of each month.
L. R. COGBURN, See'ry.
Nov 17 tr 45
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
BROOM & NORRELL, Augusta, Ga., will di
liver in Augusta and Hamburg all goods bought'
them FREE OF CHARGE.
Augusta Ga., Nov. 9 tf 44
W7 Wa are authorized by the friends of M
WILLIAM L. STEVENS to announce him as
Candidate for Clerk of Edgefield District atthe ei
STOVES, GRATES, RANGE
S. S.- JONES & CO.,
B EG AGAIN to call the attention of their ni
merous customers and the -public general
to their extensive assortment of
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES,
and a complete variety of everything pertaining
a FIRST CLASS House Furnishing Store.
f t C 3 e .
Our assr-rtment in this department is all that t]
most fastidious can desire. We have negrly eve
style of COOK, OFFICE and-PARLOR ISTOVI
kept by any other house in the City, and many d
sirable patterns that are to be found exclusively
Gr r ate b.
Of these Goods, we have some thirty differe
patterns, all bought within the last sixty days ai
fron the latest designs. We think we haza
nothing in saying that we can offer a MUC
GRE ATER VARIETY in this line than all oth
dealers in the city combined.
3F a^n 3m1 e 5
Having tested nearly all the different styles
Ranges extant, we have for two years past so
MonS' PATENT INVINCIBLE RANGE excl
sively, believing them to be the very best artic
offered. We have sold some twenty of the
Ranges in Augusta and vicinity, and they ha
nyer failed to give perfect satikfaction. We w
sell to any customer with a full guarantee th
these Ranges are perfect in their operation
HOUSE WURNISHING GOODS.
In this department enumerati'on is out offt
question. Our assortment is, as usual 'complel
and tno effort will be spared on our part to reta
for our house the nosition it has oceupied for fi
years past. It is ivell known that we keep MOEi
THAN DOUBLE thte stock and variety of~at
house in thte city, and ours is, in fact, TiI
P L A CE to purchase House Furnishing Good
The increase of our business in this departme
has entirely exceeded our expectations. Our
forts to establish a FiRST CLASS HOUSE-FU]
NISHNG STOR E have been crowned with an
cess by an appreciating public, and our motto
" Upward and onward !
We have in store an unusually heavy stock
Tin Plate, Shecet Iron, shteet Copper, Iron Wit
Block Tin, Pig and Bar Lead. Also, a large sto<
of Japannted Ware; Pressed Covers and Plates
every description, Bucket Ears, Rivets, Titnnei
Toole and Mlachines, &c., which we offer to tl
trade on the very best terms.
S. S. JONES & CO.,
Augusta, Nov17' tf 4
FOR PALATKA, FLA.
Inland Route, via Beaufort, Hilton Hea'
Savannah, St. Nary's, Fernandina, .Tack
sonville, Black Creek and Picolata.
THE NEW & SPLENDID U.S. MAIl
EV ERGL ADE,
IT M. COXETER. Master, leaves BROW
.J& CO.'S W fl ARF, Charleston, S. C., ever
TES)AY MORNING, at 11t o'clock, antd cot
nleets regulatrly with Stages fo.r Alligator, Mandisoi
Tanllattsee, St. A ugustine, Orange Springs, Mlic
nopy, Newnantsvile antd Tau:pa liay.
A reduction to those Emigrating with Negroes.
Freight consignedl to this Agency will be r<
shipped FREE or charge.
For freight or'passage apiply to
GEORGER S. ROUTX, Agent,
Brown & Co.'s Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Nov 18 3m 45
BL)Y Virtue of an order from Williatm F. Dur
.Isoe, Eaq., Ordinanty, I will offer for Fale, on
MONDAY, 2iST DECEMBER NEXT,
A t the Plantation of l Ion. PRESTON S. BROOK:
doc'd., situnted int Edgefield District, on the Cc
lum,bia & Greenville Rail Rload, in the forkc
Nitety-Six and Wilson's Creek, about five mile
below the Ninety-Six Depot. the bulk of th
personal Estate of uaid deceased, consisting of
Fifty.Three Prime. Negro Slaves,
Sene 15 or 20 iYules and Horses
8,000 "E~iwshoh Corm.,
A large~ quantily of
WEAT, OATS. FUDD'lR AND SHUCKS
Wagons, Oxen and Ox Carts antd Gear,
Plought 1loesm, Spad.es and other
On the next da'y, (TUESDAY, tlte 22d Decem
her,) will be sold at the late residence of the senn
Eeeaed, in te said Distriet, all ihe residue of hi
risiblo personal Estate, consisting of his
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Buggy, Carriage and MatelsIHorses
A rew head or Cattle, and a ,-mall quanti
ty of Corn, Kodder, Ba.con, &c.
-TERMS OF SALE-A credit of tweve montlt
with interest frott day of sale, except as to sum.
under $20, which are to bte paid in Cash. Th
purchase montey to be secured by notes with ap
proved personal sureties.
J1. P. CARROLL, Adm'or.
Nov 16 51 45
ggNewberry Mirror will please insert until dia
,f sale and forward account to th'a Office.
B Y an order fromn W. P. Durisoe, Ordinary,
will sell at Edgefield C. 11., on the first Mon
ay in December next, a Negro man name.
W ADE-a tirst rate wagonter. about 22 years u
ige-belonging to the Estate of Rnfus Uloily, dee'd
Terms, Cash. AMIANDA M. HOLLY,
Nov 17 345 Adim'x.
LL persons indebted to the estate of Rober
AF. Cunningliam, dee'd., are requested to set
tle up by the Arst of Jantuary next; and those hay
itg detands against said estate will present tlieni
properly attested, as I intend having a adttlemen
at that time. JOSEPH MORRIS, Ad'or.
No.1 . 7s 45
FREINCH MILLNERY !
MRS. E. CARROLL,
SECOND DOOR BELOW THE POST OFFICE,
mam 'b-uzg, 3. 0.
IIRESPECTFULLY informs the LAdi Edge
-fie!d and adjoiningt Districts, that she ha
opened a L ARGE AND CHOCEB Stock of
Consisting of every variety of
Velvet, Silk and Straw Bonnets,
X HEAD.DRESSES, -
Df DRESS CAPS,
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES
PLUSH AND VELVET HATS AND CAPS,
&C , &C..c. AM
DB.ESSES AND CLOAKS,.
Made in the most fashionable and perfeet manner.
N. B.-All orders from the country thankfully
is received and.promptly attended to.
V Hamburg, Nov 17 ly 45
CEAP DRY GOODS,
AS now received his Full supplies of FALL and
H WINTER DRY GOODS,embracing one of the
largest assortments he has ever offered to the publie,
and comprising a very choice and desirable selection
of LADIES' DRESS GOODS and Staple articles,
at which he.otyers at very low prices. Among them ags
Rich ~ancy Dress SILKS, In a great variety of
Superior plain Black SILKS, of rich lustre and at
very low prices;
Superior Black SILKS, without lustre, for Ladies'
Ladies Rich Cashmere and Delaine ROBES, with
f aide stripes;
Lupin's High Colored OELAINES, mall figures, for
Lupin's plain White and Black MERINOES and
DELAINES, of superior quality;
r. Superior SAXONY PLAIDS and PLAID VALEN.
a CIAS, of new and beautiful styles;
Superior 4-4 French PRINTS, some with small fig
ur for children;
French Embroidered Lace and Muslin COLLARS
and UNDERSLEEVES, of elegant styles;
Ladies Embroidered Cambric COLLARS and Em.
broidered Linen Cambric HANKERCHIEFS;
* Valenciennes and THREAD LACES and Swiss
and iacjonet EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
Superior 4-4 IRISH LINENS'and Long LAWNS;
Superior8-4 and 10.4 Table and Damask DIAPERS,
of extra qualIty;
Rich Damask TABLE CLOTHS, some of extra
size and quality.
- White and Colored DOYLES, and Damask NAP
Superior Linen HUCKABACKS, and Scotch DIA
PERS for Towels;
Fancy Border TOWELS, by the dozen;
; . SnperIor 12.4 Linen SHEETINGS and Pillow Cas
A large assortment of Ladies, Gentlemen's, Youth's
and Children's HOSIERY;
te Alexander's Ladies' White, Black and Colored KID
S Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlet GLOVES;
e- Ladies Merino and Gauze Merino'VESTS with
long and short sleeves, of superior quality, and some
of extra size;
D lisses and Gentlemen's Merino VESTS;
Ladies Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS,of new and-ele
at gant styles;'
Ladies Mourning CLOAKS, of new and beautiful
tyLadies Stella, Cheneille, French and Scotch Shawls;
Ladies plain Black Thihet Wool SHAWLS, with
er silk fringe, some of extra size ;
A complete assortment of GOODS for Ladies
Df Superior Saxony, Welsh, Gauze and Silk Warp
Heavy Shaker FLANNELS;
Ladies Sack and Double width Boston FLANNELS;
le Heavy Red FLANNELS for Servants;
so A large supply of Ladies CORSETTS, and Cra
re velli SIIRTS, of the most approved styles ;
ill Ladies Extension SKIRTS, of the beststyi.
in Superior Marseilles QUILTS, of extra size and d
Superior Furniture DJMIT IES and Furniture FRIN
en Manchester, Lonsudale and New Yuork Mills 4-4
eBleached SHIR'lINGS, at very~ low prices;
'Water Twist and White Rock, soft fain 4-4
in Bleached SH-IRTINGS, of extra quality;
e ueirHamilton and Allen'Iale 12.4 Bleached
SSHEETINGS and Pillow Case COTTONS;
IY Superior Bleached and UnblechedACNTON
a. A large supply of Negro BL ANKETS, at very low
f.Superior Whitney Bed and Cuib BLANKETS,
L-(some of extra size;)
Rich Embroidered Lace and Mluslin CURTAINS,
?and some at very low prices
s Colored DAMIASKS and l)ELAINES for Curtains,
In a great variety of colors; ..
Curtain BANDS, CORNICES and STAIR RODS
A large supply of Landscape and Rich Gold Band
of Window SHADES, soms of extra length, and some -
e, at very low p rices.
:k Engli'h, Velvet and Brnesels CARPETS, of nsw
of and u'plendid styles;
i' Strperior Thlree-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CAR
tOPrinted Floor BAIZES, -in patterns,'and by the
A large supply of articles suitable for Male and Fe
mate House Servants;
George Schiey's GEORGIA PLAINS and Heavy
- Twilled KERSEYS, Augusta and Graniteville Shirt
ings and Shuectings, at Slannfiacturers prices;
With a great variety of other articles suitable for
Family and Plantation use, and to all of whtch the
L' attention of the public is respectfully invited.
Augusta, Nov. 17 1857 tf 45_
VALUABLE LAN aS FOR SALE!
2,500O Acer es !
B Y consent of parties- interested, I will sell at
qthe llomeste'ad place, ori TUESDAY, the.
v 15th of D)ECEiMBER next, all of
-THOSE VALUABLE LANDS,
4 belonging to the Ea:ate of Col. JOHN BATES,
1st. Tract known as the " HOMR TRACT,"
-containing Four hundrcd (400) acres, mostly wood
-land: anud is one of the best improved places on
the Ridge road.
2nd. Tract known as the " PINEY WOODS
TRA CT," containing Four hundred and forty
(440) seres, all of which Is in original forest.
3rd. Tract known aa the a"PLANTATION
ITRACT," adjoining lands of Rev. Samuel Bouk
night, J. Milton Norris, A. P. Bates, John P.
Batee, W. C. Mitchell and others, containing in all
- jSIXTEE~N HUNDRED (1,600) ACRES, but.
which to suit purche'sera has been cut into the fol
lowing tsmaller Tracts, to wit:
S No. 1, called the "PERRY PLACE," con
.tains Five hundred and fifty (550) aucres, one thirud
*r in grown up old fields, and the remainder under
s fence and in cultivation.
a No. 2, called the " MIL L PLA CE," will con
tain nbout Three hundred and firty (350) aeres,
some of which is as good bottom laud as there is in
,No.3, called the "NEGRO QUA RTER,"'
contains Five hundred and fifty (550) acres, more
than half woodland-the balance in a high state of.
cultivation, and under good fene. Upon the premi
sea are all buildings necessary for a plantation.
No.4,ecalled the " WOODLAND TRACT,"
contains betwien one hundred and fifty and two
One and two years credit, clear of Interest one
1year. Notes and two approved suretiue aud a mnort
Igage of the premnises. will be required.
(17 The Subscriber or bi. overseer will show
any of the abhove lands with pleasure to persons
wishing to buy. Address, Leesvill", S.C.
JOIIN P. hATES, Trustee.
Nov 17 - t45
107The Newberry Rising Sun .will please copy
three times aud forward bill to this office.
Andrew Anderson, et. al.
"s. - BWl for pe.
Chas. Hammond, Ex'r. et. al. )
B Y virtue'of an order from Chancellor Ward
law in this e ise, I will sell at the late residence
of Allen Anderson, Junior, deceased, on Friday
4th of December next, the T WO IR ACTS OF .
LA ND described in the pleadings. to wit:
TR ACT NO. ONE, lying on the West side of
Stevens' Creek, containing Ono lbundlred and sv
.enty-six (17'6) Acres, more or less, adjoining hands
of Jonathan Taylor, Mrs. E. Thurmond and o'thers.
TR ACT NO. T WO, lying on the East side of
Stevens' Creek, containing about five hundred
Acres, more or less, adjoininglands of Geo. Brigga,
J. P. M-sys, D. M. Glover and others.
Also, the Stock of Cattlc, &o., Provisions, House
hold and Kitchen furniture, on the said Tract of
-ThaNs.-The lands on a credit of one and two
-years from day of sale. The other property on a
I oredit of one year-frolit day of sale. Purchasers .
tto give bonds with ample personal suretiesa.
CH AS. HAMMOND, Ex'r.
Nov.11 . . 45.an