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THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wm. Powell and wife, et. al.
VS. Bill for par.
Frances Asbill, J. J. A abill, et al.
B Y virtue of an order in Equity in this case, I
will soll on Wednesday the 16th December
next, at the late residence of Jarvis Asbill, dee'd,
the three several tracts of land described in the
Bill, to wit:
THE HOME PLACE, containing Two hundred
and twenty-five (225) Acres, more qr less, adjoin
ing lands of Wade Holstein, Abner Asbill and
THE WILLIAMS TRACT containinar Two
hundred and twenty-five (225) Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Thous. Bates, Wade Holstein and
the said home tract.
THE PADGETT TRACT, containing One hun
dred and fifteen (115) Acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of bloses Holstein, E. Watson, A bner
Asbill and others.
Tate -Costs of suit to be paid in cash. The
balance of the purchase money on a credit of one
year from the day of sale. Purchase money to be
secured by bonds with &plesureties.
Plats of the lands will be exhibited on the day of
sale. A. SIMKINS, C 9 a.D.
Nov. 11 5te 45
State of South Carolina.
Willis G. Harrid,
Andrew J. Hammond, Ex'or of Bill for par.
John Jones, dee'd,
Elizabeth T. Harris, and others.
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of Equity
in this cause, I will proceed to sell at the late
residence of John Jones, dee'd, in this District, at
public auction, on the 10th day of December next,
for cash as to so much as will pay the costs, and
as to the residue on a credit of one and two years
from the day of sale, all that TRACT OR PAICEL
OF LAND situate in the said District of Edge
field. formerly the property of William Garrett,
Sen.' dee'd, and by him, in his life-time, conveyed
to Susannah llarris, daughted of the late J4-hn
Jones, containing Two hundred and fifty-eight
Acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of Lau
rence J. Miller, lands formerly owned by Samuel
C. Scott and lands of the estate of the said J9hn
- The purchase money to be secured by bond with
adequte personal sureties.
A. S[MKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov. 11 5te 45
State of South Carolina, g
Thos. Mathis and wife and others, Bill for Ac't.,
w'. Par. *f.
Chas. Hammond, Ex'r. and oihers.
BY virtue of ogL order of the Court of Equity
in this cause, I will proceed to sell, at the late
residence of Allen Anderson, Junoir. deceased, in
this District, at public auction, on Friday the 4th
day of December next, on a credit of twelve
months from the day of sale, all that PARCEL OF
LAND, containing one hundred and three Acres.
more or less, being the portion of the Tract of land
ini the District of Edgefield whereon Allen Ander
son, Senior, resided at his death, which embraces
the Dwelling House, out buildings and other im
provements upon said premises, and which in and
by the last will and testament of the said Allen
Anderson, Senior, was devised to his widow for
life, with remainder to his children and their legal
The purchase money to be secured by bond with
adequate personal sureties.
A. SMKINS, C E ).
Nov.1I1 4te 45
STATE OF SOUTH CARO.LINA,
Unartwetl Whittle and wife, ifrprtti.
M. R. Carver and wife, et. al.)
DY virtue of an order in Equity in this cnse, I
1)will sell at Edgeield C. 1L, on the first Mon
day in December next. the TR tGT OF L AND.
described in the Bill, containing 0.ae hundred and
forty-seven (147) Acres, more or les, adjoining
lands of .Josiah Padgett, Jane Web',, M. Ethecredge
Tfan.s.-Costs to be paid in cash. The balar.ce
of the purchase money on a credit of twelve mownth~s
from the day of sale, to be secured by bond with
approved sureties. A. SiMKlNS, c x..i.o.
Nov. I1. 4te 45
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
-Mary MecCarthy, et. at.)
vi. . Billifor pa~tition.
Jacob McCarthy, et. a.)
Y virtue of an order in Fquity in this ease, I
B w~ill sell at the late residence of Dennis .'e
Carthy, deo'd., on Thursday the 17th ot' D~eemn
her next, the T RA CT OF' L A ND, described in the
Bill, containing Two hundred and tifty (250) A eres,
more or ktss, adjoining lands of [.uke smith,
Sanmrson VMhlektc, Z. Z. Hlavird, Win. IHavird
Tar.aas -Ctt to be paid cash. The balance of
the purchase mon..tey <:na a cred t of one year. Pur
ebasers to give bond withi.ample personal sureties,
and n~ortgage of the premises. to secure the pur
clase money. A. SINIKINS, C E.E D.
Nov.11 Gte 45
State of South Carolina,
Amanda M. Hlolley, 1
. . " Bill for Pair.
Virginia E. Holley,
Geo. D. Houlley, et al.
BY virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
.Jlaw, in this ense, I wi!l se!l at the late resi
dence of 'Rufus Hoilly, dee'd., in this District on the
10th day of D~ecember next, tat public outcry, the
TrWO TRACTS OF LAND deserbed in the
Bill, to wit:
"THE GROVE T RACT,'" containing Eleven
hundred acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of
John Holly and others.
And"a THlE HOLLOW CREEK TRACT,"
containing Twenty-sevnn hundlred aorcs, more or
less, and adjoitning lands of Charles Hloly, Mar
tin 1Holly and others.
LET The said Lands will be sold in convenient
Tgaxs.-Co-ts to be paid ina cnsh. The bahmee
ot the purchase money to, be secured by bund to
the Commissioner, with ad.-qnate personal auretiec..
A. SIMKINS, C E.E.D
Nov 17 -- 4t 45
State of south Carolina,
IN O RDINA R Y.
Mary Whittle, A pplicat,)
, Willis Whittle. Guardian adlitem of [
Thomas and Milledge Wtbittle, Def-ts. J
B Yan order from the Os dinary, I shall proceed
to sell at Edgefleld Court Ulnutse, usn the first
Monday in December next. for Partition, th Real
Ftate of Amos Whittle, dierased, a TRlA CT OJR
P.\ RCELAUlr LA ND, lyinganud being in th~elDis
- trict and State aroaresaid, on Clud's Creek, contain
iag One hundred and two (10a2) Acres, mnore or
less, and bounded by lands of Wiley Bodie, Sauncon
(rouch. lanads belo.ngim; to she Estate of .Joseph
Bodie, deceased, Felix Blo lie and Willis Whittle,
'T'.asus.-O n a credit of one and two ye rs with
Interest on the second instalment from the 1st Jan
taary 1859. Puarchaser to give lItnd with good
security and a mnortgasge to the Ordinary to secure
the purchase money. Cost to be paid in cnsh.
Titles extra. J A MES E[DSON, s.r..
Nov. 11 4te 45
' Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facins to
3me directed, I will proceed to sell a~t Edge
field C. H., dn the first Monday in DeCLember next.,
the following property ini the following ease, to wit :
The State vs Edward T. D avis, One Sorrel
-Horse, one I Horse Wagon, one Lot of Corna and
-Fodder, one lot of Stock Hogs.
C. A. Gray, Adm'x. vs larrmon Mit'er, One 1
Horse Wagon. Terms Cash.
JAS. E1DSON, s.ED.
.or (7 3t 45
I 'WILL give a fair price foul tood clean R AGS
at my Store in Hamburg.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
May927 If - 20.
des 3 M !~ ;''
ast hl W
)m Newly. organized double troup of .'
id, MENAGERIE & CIRCUS I
Magnificently fitted up for the season of 1857.
MANAGER,................. S. B. DELAND.
- Equestrian Director.........W. H. STOUUT. a
Ring Master........ ......... ESSLER.
ne CL WN....................TONEY PASTOR.
1. Grotesque Merryinan........GARRY DEMIONT.
Keeper of the Menagerie......Prof. BEASLEY. -
Por One day Only--Afternoon and I
:2d Evening t
AT EDGEFIELD ON MONDAY, 23D NOV.
or A GRAND PROCESSION,
I Will be made in the forenoon of the day of exhi
bition, precceded by the
1- The following is a condensed pro-gramme of the
I principal Performances given by this SPLENDID
r- Entree-10 horses. Comic Song, by TONEY
Id Feats of Posturing and Leaping, by the Conk
, ling Brothers.
i. Brilliant six horse act, by Mr. W. H. STOUT.
Cannon ball Exploits and Feats of strength, by
of the Herculean Artist.
0 Grand Principal act of HORSEMANSHIP, by
a- W. PASTOR.
ty Dislocating and Muscular Experiments, by Mr.
Elezant act of
3 4: TyT .A. TM X C> lr,
- BY MADEMOISELLE LEAMEN.
Graceful and Artistic Horseianship by the
Illustritions of the Grecian Arena, by the Com
.pany, headed by W. P .\ STOR.
Steeple Chase and Hurdle Act, by G. DEMOTT.
Mr. STOUT will introduce his celebrated Trick
Tumibling by the Compnny. Thc celebrated
Trick Pony, Orphan lRoy, will le introduced into
St the Ring. Also the Clown and his Comic Mule,
al only thirty inches high, and go through with their
r- wonderful performantes.
d The great Persian Equilibrium called LA PER
0 CHE, liy W. H. Stout and Glarry Dcmott.
11 TWO GREAT CLOWNS!
Mr. TONEY PASTO01., the great Yankee Clown..
th whose genius for inventing New stories and mirrh
m, creating Hits at the times, have been so extensive
er 13' copild and gaf"'d by all the other Clowns in the
a comntry, will open an entire new buzdgett of fun,
e. arrangedl to suit tiie year 185'7. Toney Pastor will
h. also delight the audien~ce by singing his faivorite
ditty of " Has anybody seen my sister," as un
by him more than C500 times in all the great Cir- Y
.cusses of the world, with the most overpowering
Th~e French Grotesque, GARRiY DEMOTT, wi1ll
introduce all those Anties, Punis, Tricks, W itticismls (
and practical jokes, which have estab~lished his
reputation as the first Comic Performier in the aing. '
A tcrrific contact with
WIL'D BE A STS !
By Professor B3EASLElY, who will enter tlae den
'e of Lion, Tigers andi Leopards.
ni I he following list comprises the WILD ANI
aMA LS, now exhibiting in Mabie's j.>int Menagerie
~:FOUR COLOSSAL EL'EPHANTS!
Formin..r tlhe t.enm of tihe GR EAT flAND CH ARI
OT.-Ten mnagnilicent Lions, Royal Jiengal Tiger,
JBraz.iiian Black Tiger, Leopards, Panthers, ('on- c
tsgar, Ocelots, Tiger Cats, Strilped and Spitted fly
Cenas, Grizzly and black Uears. Camnels and Drine
n- dlaries, Limaos, Burm.-se Cow aund Alpiaeas. gru3y
to and black Wolves, white Coons, Badgers, Porcu
.T pines, andl a wihlerneess of hirds and Alonkeys.
"Ii; y For fuzrtlber particulars, see large Pictoriail
iand Iaescriptive i3.lis and Lithngraiphs of Lte Com
id pan. . MI. DAVIS, Aet
to 05 INsRR'G
ta- .'LTIFICIA..a TE T'E
s II Sub~eeriber having furnished h~iimself with
alicense to. use this NEW PROCElSS' of
INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
'Is now ready to serve ali who may need such, with
an assurance ofa more perfect adaptation, anad a
closer aesemibiane to thme natural organs, than enn
be realized by any other method. Its perfect pu
rity, cleanliness, freedom fr'rm all taste, or galvanic
sensation, durability, colmfort and seeurity*, art. n
amonfldg theadvantages clamedforisdSLU 1ROR
hs June 24, trf2
_ BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND) RETA] L. 0
- Oo[o6 WOlhTI of the abo'e Goods, I
D~yUUcarefully selected fromti the bestI
re 51anufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
11 Which will be Fold at a verv small advance on Cost,
tc in addition to the above, I have sin hand,
0l 00 Pair, Thick Shzoes,
of S!ighst!y daninged by getting wet, and will be sold
YrY C IIEAP!
r g' The Subscriber solicits a call fronm his South
Carfnafrindsbefore purchasing elsewhere.
gy siim -Rectail. CA SH. W holesale, time a
rid Under U. S. Hotel, A ugusta, Ga.
_Augusta, Ga., Uet 14 if 40
er j I~ IE Subscriber has associated himself with
3.Mr.CH AS. ESTER. for the transiiction of a
- Generai Grocery Business,
tIn A ugusta, Ga.. under the firm name of ESTES
li They: have on hand a large and well selcd
SStcekof articles in their linio which will be sold
e at LOWEST MARKET PRICES. To which the
attentiosn of thme friends of the old and new con
Icern are respectfully invited.
e-JO11N M. CLARKE. a
on Augusta, Ga., Oct 12 Sin 40
Good Ne ws !
-.. TIE person who lost about Sixty Dollarb, a
Lyear or two ngo, betwceen Vanmeluec anad 11lat
cher's, can :eairn a 'nme fatcts pertaining to said loss,
my. whereby the* owner nay recover his money by ma
's- king apphicationi to the subscriber, living~ near lich
in Iardsons, on Red Bank.*
t Nov.. A 185 O4tA 43
GRAY & TURLEY,
HJAVE just received the following CHE
JGOODS, from the recent large auction si
in New York:
Fine French MERINOS, 95 -cents por 'y
worth last season. S 1.50 ;
Fine all Wool DELAINE, 37 cents per yt
worth last season. 62c.;
Fine English CA SHMERE, 15 cents per yt
worth last season, 50 cents;
Fine Plain DELAINES, 10 to 12 cents per ys
worth last season, 25c:
Fine Cloth CLOAKS, 6,50, Worth lst seas
Fine Black Velvet CLOAKS, $20, worth
Fine Stella SHA WLS, $1,50, worth lost seas
Fine CLOAKS for Childrsn, $1,25, worth 1
seasn, $3,50 ;
Fine Merino H ALP HOSE, 12J cents, wo
last season, 50c.;
Fine all Wool Sentch PLAIPS, 50 cents, wo
last season, 75e., with many other articles prop
tionally cheap, to which we would respectfully
vite the attention of the public.
N. B.-We deem it advisable thus to notice I
difference between this and last season's prices, fr
a recent editorial in the Evening Dispatch, calli
on the merchants to mark down the prices, whi
we thought until then was generally understo<
particularly in imported Goods.
GRAY & TURLEY,
Nov. 11 1857. tf 44
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to
directed, I will proceed to sell at Edgefi4
C. H., on first londay in December next, the f<
lowing property in the following cases, to wit:
M. W. Clary vs Elizabeth Turner, One Tract
Land containing one hundred acres, morc or le
adjoining lands of John Mack, Cadaway Clark al
The State vs Alfred TIatcher, One Tract of La
containing one hundred and fifty acres, more
less, adjoining lands of John Jourdan, Jas Alor
John M. Clark vs Win. P. Doolittle, One Trt
of Land, containing one hundred and fifty aer
more or Isu, adjaining lands of W. B. Dorn,
Doolittle and others.
Arthur Simkins, Commissioner, vs Milledge G,
phin, One Tract of Land (where W. P. Jones ne
resides) containing two hundred aers, more or Ife
adjoining innas of the Estate of Rufus Holley, Da
ling J. Walker and others.
Max. Laborde, Ass'gnee. vs Guy Broadwater i
thers, One Tract of Land containing three hu
red acres, more or lea, adjoining lands of
Bland, Wm. ! oss and others.
John Fullmore vs John Autrey, One Tract
Land containing two hundred acres, more or lei
adjoining lands of B. T. Boatwright, Mrs. Eliz
beth Bush and others-levied upon as the proper
of the defendant John Autrey.
Terms Catb . JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Nov 11 4t 44
STATE OF soUm CAROLINA,
Elizabeth Cates, by her next friend,
R. Cates, Applicants.
imeon Crouch, Guardian, ad litem,
BT Y an order from the Ordinary. I shall proce
to sell at Edaefield Court House, on the fir
donday in December next, for partition, the Re
ltate of Joseph Bodic, deceased, a tract or pa
:el of land lying and being in the District at
stato aforesnid, on Clou's Creek, containing tv
undred and sixteen acres, more er less, a:
ounded by lands of Willis Whittle, Sen'r., Jam
ititle and Simeon Crouch and others.
TEaus-OnR a credit of one and two years, wi
nterest fronm the first of JTanuary 1858, possessi<
o be given on the first January 1858. Purchas
o give bond with good personal security, and
ortgage of the premises to the Ordinary to
are the purchase money. Cost to be paid in cas
itles extra. ..JAM lIS EIDSON, s.E.D.
Nov. 3 1857 5te d3
State of South Carolina,
- E DGEFIELJD DIST RICT!
ax. Laborde and P. F. Laborde,
ohn R. Wever and Sarah, his Bill for .1
wife, and others.'.
B Y virtue of an order in Equity in the aho
stated caie. I ~will sell at Edgefield C. iH.,
he first Monday in December next, the followi
ral Estate, to wit:
A TRACT OF~ LAND containing 308 acr
ore less, adjoining lands of John Iluiet. P.
Blalock, it. T. Mimis and others.
9 Lots of Laund within the corporate him
f the Town of Edgefield, containing in the angi
tate 26 acres, more or less, fronting on the Colm!
iuin Road. These lots are tld ofif with a view
own residences and are convenient to b'usine:
four of them having a street leading from sa
A House and Lot immediately in the sa
own, containing about three-quarters of an ac1
The House is commodious antd pleasatly locatt
There are nine Raooms in the House.
TERMs-A ciedit of one and two years fromnt
ay of sale with intere't from date, except as
osts of suit which must be paid in cash. Purcl
ers to give bonds with adequate personaal sureti
o secure the purchase' money.
A. SIMKINS, c.F..E.D.
Nov. 6 1857 -it *41
State of South Carolina,
Jsse Leopard andl wie,)
vs. Bill for Partition..
Sarah .Jane 13eard1.)
B y vir'tue of an order in Equity in the abr
stated case, I '.i sill at the hate residence
Samuel Beard, deceased. ont Wednesday thne 16
dy of November next, the tracts of land describ
n te Bill in thais ease, viz : Tract No. 1, contai
og one hunadred anda rfe ty t 140) aeres more or Ile
njining iands of Thonmas l'owers, Richard WI
Ieffersoun Floy d and others. Tract No. 2. conini
wo hundred (200)) acres, more or lass, adjoini
lands belonging to the Estate of P.S. Brooks. dee
James liichardson, Wmn. T. H ead and others.
Texan-Costs of suit to be paid ini cash, the b
anee of the purchase mnoney on a credit of one a
two years, with interest fream thec day of sale-pt
ha-e mneny to, be seenred bay bonads with, ami
personal securities, andl'a mnortgage of the prmise
.. SIKlNS, C.E E a'.
Oct. 27 1957 4 te 43
*STATEC OF SOU TH CA ROLINA,
Samuel Brooks, Assignee, ilfoFreos
John Leigh. of Mortgage.
B.)Y an order.fronm ('haneelor Dunkin in t~
13-ase, I will sell, at Ed.geield G. I1., on
1st Monday in Dneembenr ma-xt, the following ri
estate, viz: A l.OT OF' LA N I) in the Vilhiate
Edgeie-ld, known ;:s the IhusImell Carriage Sh:
Lt, inaludinag the llrick Store I !ouse, c-ontainir
n thie whole,'twvo roaods anad eleven perches, tme
Taansa.-Thae costs and ew half or thae purcha;
zgneny to be paid in cash, atd the residue ot
redit of six tmonths, the purcha:ser -ivinug bo
with approved securities, tea secure the pureh;
money. Thec titles toa be signed ;anda scaled, but i
delivered until the said bond bo paid-andl ii
mid bond bet not lnad v-hen du ae, the Coammissiot1
wvill re-sell the premises at the risk jar the tforn1
purhase-r. A. S[ulK1N S, C.E.E D.
Nov. :1 1857 5____ te . 48___
E STR AY ED from the Subscriber about a muo;
sitnce, a large real and white sp~otted COW
no htorn and whlite.-faced-not certain whether
is muarkedl. Also, left about the same time ar
H EIFER, about, two years old.
Thte above reward wdal be paid for the safe
livery of the Cow; and a suitable compensati
given for the recovery of the Iheifer.
D. R. DURISOB
TO take charge of the Red Bank Acadea
. Att genean qualified to instruct in the Cl
sis is desired. And eone of some experience
.teahing would be preferred.
Afov. 10 1157 U .f, - 4
Hardware, Cutlery, &
HAMBURG, S. C.,
WOLTLD infirm his friends 0
and all who m:ay be trading V
n this Market, that he still conl
inunes to keep a FULL and well
elected Stock of Gojods in the
bove line, and" solicits R share of
itronage fron all w]ho may be in want of any
ices lie keeps, aairing them that every exer
hall be made to idve satisfaction to the purchi
n quality and pr:e, feelina confident that he
ell his Goods rn ae Reasonable ternis
hey can be purchased at
k.NY HOUSE IN AUGUST
His Stock is now COMPLETE, havina ad
rgely by recent purchases from the BEST Ma
seturer. ilis Stock is such that almost every
an find kome' article on their list of wants, and
uch terms as cannot fail to pleaso-amon;-st wb
i a good assortment of
Cut.NAIFLS of all sizes, of the best brands,
ludine all sizes of SPIKES, Also, English I
Lmerien Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wron
anils. all size-s.
Nail RODS and Sheet and Hoop IRON;
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Levcrett's and other celebra
mnke of Proad, Chopping and Hand AXI
Mill, Cross Cti and Hand SAWA, all knads
Hammers, Chisels, Augers, -Drawing Knit
dzes, Gimblets, Brave and Bitta, Mill, Hand I
nd every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Se
:ompasses, Hollow Augers and Bitts, Gaup
1lanes of every description, Plane Bitts, and ev
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
Edge Tools of every description.
ellows, Anvils, Vices, Serew Plates. Sledge. [Ti
and Shoeing f lammers, Rasps, Drills, Tongs
&c., all or the best manufacture. Great
care having been taken in the selection
of these articles, they can be
relied upon as the best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
[is Stock (if Pocket and Table Cutlery isi compl
and quality unsurpassed -amongst which can
be found full Setts of Table Cutlery, of
Joseph Rodgers & Sons celebrated
manufacture; Poket and Pen
Knives ill patterns and qual
ities: fine Razors. Scis
sor, Shears, &c.
A io a great variety of
SMALL WAR ES,
uch as Pins, Needles. Port Monies, Hlair Brush
Combs, Paper Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &a.
Guns, Pistols. ace
in hand a choice lot of Guns and Pistols of
fipest quality-Coli's, Adams' and Dean's an<
otbers make of Repeaters, self-cocking.
Also, an assortment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shot Belts,
Powder Flaks. Game Begs,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
[iq Stock or Building material swill befound c
plete, consisting in part of Loekp, Hinges
Serews, Window Fast'ninga, all kinIds and
qualities. Also, Till. Pad, Trunk and
Light and Heavy Castings.
,Iways on hand a fine assortment of light r
heavy Castings. Pots, Ovens, Spider, Tea Ket
tils, Well Whoels, Watl-- flrons, &c.
Farmer'. Bollers, Cauld rins. Wagon
Boxes, Sad Irons,-Fiie Dogs,
Shovel and Tongs. -
Cookinig and Iheating Stoves,
A LL PATTERNS ANI) SIZES.
Egon Clmins, till kin-Is. Log Continued, Ua'
and Traee Chi::inis, spatdes anid shovels, H ay
Forks, Creckery mand Glass Ware, &c.
Also, manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware I
All are .ernestly solicited to call and exani
ir themnselves. 'Andi yon will find it greaitly
ur interest to' patronize your oldn Edgefie1ld r
iNe citiz. n. WM.L HILL
Hamburg, Oct 20 tf 4!.
HEAP FAMILY GROCERIE'
OF IE Submeriber is now receiving nnd oepen
1.a V ERY CIIlUGE SlTJCK of' end ellee
o wh'~chh be l.gs leave to invi'c the nttentiot
aters In wimnt of C'huee Siupjplies. lie mny
tnd in h.- I th-ek '-f l'uildi ne formeirly oeen i
y GORGE R' ltlNSi N nis a Hlardwpere Sti
ly ourse will be to adopt the old ioottd,
A nsiunbie Penany is beter than
slowv shating !"
Ny Stock will consist inm part of the following
Si. Croix SUG A R;
New Oit'h-nns, old proers' SUG.\R;
.1 ne " -do.'
Stuart's A . B. and~ C. Soft do.
" (A) Crushed do.
"Sng:.r lleouse SY R U I';
New Orleans do,.
Old Goveritnent .la va.COF F E;
Rio .' di. superir;
SPICES tif all leiicripitin;
Eng-ishi ':iitvan ste '.sheno CIESE;
Smtiekeud leef atnd lteef Toingues;
Chouie Oh)!l 1411A.ND Y nutd' loilnnd GIN ;
J.imnicen and' Newt Enmland R UM;
.lohan Gibr'in's XX ninit XXX ; .
Retified tend Tentnessee W 11 SKliY ;
CONF CTION Al R a Snna PlCKL 4:
MI A CKER EL. SA L MON ntnd SAIIIDINES
Superfinme FLOUR, &c., &c.;
Togther wvith tim,'y oether ;irti-l-e to, tediam
tention. TUOS. KEIE'AGHIAN
H ambmurg, Oct 24I y 4
-J0SIAH SIBLEY & SONS,
~AVE taken the Store No. 0 WARiId
BI.OCK f-.r the. purpose or transnetint
leneral Wholesale Grocery and Co'nn'
smd have in Store titil to' arrive a large and nel
iectd toc~k of' all goos tsunl~y founttd in t
IAGING, ROPE, flACON, NA ILI, LI
QUORS AN D SEGA RS,
Schey's Plains and4 Oaunabuayg's
na aire prepiared to tell to c'erchantmts anud Plat
a as favitrnbie terms. as any house in the city
They have secured the services of' Mr. .1 A M
[. ILLLNGsWORTil, (sof the late firm
techr & 1 to'lingsworth) and hope, by strict
ttion to business, to mer.t anid receive a sharn
it public patrionniee.
Augusta, Oct.28, . f't 4!.
STlATEi- 0O" 0IJ'lil CAROLINA,
IN O R1[N A RY.
-Y W. F. DUIRISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Ed
W hereas, W Ylliam L. Stevens, hath a ppli..d to me
eters of Admainstration, on ail nnd singntilr
udes anti chaittles, rights ared credits of Marth
leve, late of the Dittrict afatresaidl, dec'easedi.
These are, therefore, to cite aend admoiiish alli
ngular. the kindred and e'reditore of said de'es
ehe atnd appear be'fore me, at our next Ordina
ourt for the said District to be holden at Edgel
.1. on the 22ndl day of Nov. inst., to show cal
any, why the said Adiniistration should not
Given under my hand antd seal, this 9th da)
ept., in the year of our Lord otne thoousand ei
nred and fifty.setven antI in the Eighty-second i
f American Indrependence'. RSOO..
Nov. 11 2t '
Lost or Stolen,
~ROM this place dluring time first week of' Co
i large red l'OINTERI DOll, with a w
treak ini his fnee, white feet and the tip of' his
rhite. Any inftorimatioin concerning l'.is wihe
*outs, nt ill be tha~nk fully ieee-ived or ni liberal reui
ul be paid for lisa delivery to his proper owvne
G. D. MINI'
Oct. 20 1857 mf 'l
8 herebiy given. that applienmta wili he miail
.the next Legelature fo'r an act of incorpora
or the Dry Creek Baptist Chuarch.
Au. o9.1857 2m
c. HOTEL, FOR SALE!.
T1HE CAOLINA 11OTlK, for
merly known as the SPANN ,,
HOTEL, is now offired (or sale, and
0 will be oilbred on the n out acecommo
0 dating terms ats to time.
' This IlOTlE L is situated in thie mist eligible po
eition in the Vollage, on the soumh sile of VMaine
Stret, near enaongli to the Public Sq:i:ir,. ftr all
purposes, and sulliviently quieLt and retir' d: and
r- haralways, since its estabplishmf-it as a I lotel, iloio
ion a good business, and wi,l no doubt continue t > do
ser soas long as well kept.
enn Any person desirous of eitfring into this busi
-a ,e -would do well to call and examine the
Connected whli thin Hotel are cummwodieens Sta
led bles, contaiiing over one -hundred well-regulated
r Stalls, Carriage lloue, Cri s, &e Also, good
sne Lots for Dr.sver's Stock, and a fine Gard. n, ab, ut
."" one acre in size,-tut suripa&ed by any. The whole
t preni.ises contain about three neres.
. The undersigned wouli neot be induced to offer
this valuable prolierty for sale, were it not for do
nd niestie illietioii. lie is now clsposed to turn his
attention to soni other occulpatipn.
F. l. NICHOLAS.
Edgefeld, Oct 19 tf 41
' BIG CREEK LAND FOR SALE!
ESTATE JUDGE BUTLER.
es, ON T U ESD.\ Y, 1st Dcee mber next. I will sell
aw at BIG C1I-.K BRiDGE, to the highest
tts, bidder, the Tract of Land containing about
*e' One Hiudred and Fifty Acres,
ry Belongiug to the Estate of the late Judge Butler,
lying upon said Creek. An accurate resurvey will
be made before the sale, and the Tract sold by the'
nd g'The Sale will be made at 0 o'clock, A. M.
TaaMs-Twelve months credit with interest from
date. becured by bond, mortgage and approved per
sonai security. JOHNSON llAGOOD.
Nov11 t 44
Desirable T o w n Residence
ate FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale the HOUSE AND Lor
where I now resice. Its loeation is central and
convenient and it is in good repair with everything
within and without doors necessary for the comfort
and convenience of a fanily. R. T. NIMtN.
Oct 21 - t 41
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
es, FOR SAL E!
T HE Subscriber being 6till desirous of making
Lacbange in his business, offers at private
he sale, his VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. located
on the public road, three miles from Edgefleld C.
H., and containing,
Fifteen hundred and forty.four Acres.
A minute description of these Lands is deemed
u.necessary-suflice it t- say, they are well adapt
ed to the culture of Cotton, Corn and small grain.
m- The place is well wattred, every field containing a
sutficiency of running water, and a good supply of
most excellent spriings. It baz between two and
three hundred a'res 6of low grounds, together wiih
a large portion of fresh lands, ceared within the
last four or five years,. and now in a high state of
d cultivation. A large portion o' this Tract abounds
in NA TIVE F 0 R E S T, covereid with a heavy
growth of timber.
The inprovemputs are good-the most of the
buildings have been piit up in the last few years.
An excellent opportunity is now offered to per
sons wishing to purchase a splendid settlement.
The above land wil! be sold in a body, or it de
sired, I will divide it to suit piurchtasers. I will
ttake pleasure ishoig the land.
tr Trsmdeayand accomnmodating. .
J01hN H. HIOLLINGSWORTTH.
P. S. I will also sell, myii Villagmc nnimpi'oved
Lots. adjiining the Oddi Fellow~s' & Masonic build
ing, and fronting the public squmare.
* Land for Sale,
rVpHR S ubscribersaoff..r for sale the ir VALUTA
.. LE P'LAN rATION situnt.-d on the Mlar
- tin Town Road, sixteen miles frim hlamburg, lying
i on 0l1loin's Creek, and conraining
~g iaIore oir less. Thle Pbuim:.tion is will watere,1, line
ude lv tinmibered,. and well ndail. to i the raising of
Ootton tai Grain. A goiid ivellinig Il onse and
all iiwee ssary omuiu;dings arE n ihie pruiei.
ofThe aibove Tract adjoins Iands oft Dr. T. ii. Pat
idtisoi., the Estate of John Jones, 3Inj.GCeo. lBoswell,
tand John Mealiing.
g For teirms niid itin-r p'articu'ars apply to
aMr. A. J1. aliis on the' pinceo.
ir- Iv h'am~l, Oc t 27 ff 42
Plantation for Sale,
IH RI lsnbihcriber offers fiir sale his~ plaintatiomn
contnining about 6i 5 0 A e r! e 5, lying un
Beechl Creek, iieair the Rtidge Road.
There ar two Setlem.i nis on the Land-one
gioid Corin .3ill, neil y new-abiut two hiundred
neresc in euhtivati' i, par1t of which is very excet.ll It
Cotton lind, and ai siiall Piortion cf rieb swamip.
we.ll drained, :m~d ,;ow in cultivation. 'The erop
will sliin' its qinality.
There is an abunidance oif f'ine timber, plen.ii . of
waitr in ve'ry field. uind a plile lload through the'
entire length of the Tract.
Sept 31 tf 38
Rhidge iLandI Fior Sale.
Ioflerlf.r Sale my VA LUA13LE COTTON
l'NTATION, coniaining ahout Fir'e
IHun~dred Acres, lying on the E~dgelield and
to On it is a line one Stiory H~ouse, wih hbasenient.
and a p'enty of out buihiinigs of every kind, all niew.
And tio every field there is a good new gatte well
-- painted, ad-I a pl-iny of wauti r talsi, a piniy of
tiue Grtapes, an Orchard, Shrubbery &c., and an
abundanie of fine tiin:be'r and good drinking water.
Call and examine-I knotv you wilt he jh useed.
Sept: 30 if 3
i. A RARE CHIANCE N~OW TO BUY
I'y Hr E Stubscribers. itening to closc theirI bu
tat -fl' sitiessm, of ler for sale, A T I. 0 b T, F ORl
CASHE, their entire Stock of'
Of their own tranufatutre, and which is intferior
Ito none ever tilered itt this market. Our piresent
stock consists of a lot. of splenidii
-s BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A large and bcautiftl variety)
Sofas anmd Louun;4s,
aDOOK-CA SES, TA BLES, WVASHISTANDS, &c.
of Which we wi:1 sell at the lowest ptriccs for CASH
in order to wiind ump out' business as sooni as possi
bile. Great Bargains will lie ofiered, as we hope
- to s'ell omut sooni, and have thuereforc marked our
Furntituie at very low~ figures. Call in and see us.
We continue to do Repairing of every descrip
ge- Ition, promptly, itt the best manner, and very
feep for Cash.
C. We have sol some oif outr Funitumre on credit, and
dhereby respectfully requecst all indebted to pay~ up
dat an early dlate. Those who fail tou comply with
ed, this roque 4t by the 1st Jauary next, will have to
settle with an Attorney. This is trmte as Gospel.
eld bl. A. MARIKERT,
W. GOTTSCIIA LK.
Oct 14 1857 if 40
ear hereby forwarn all perrons againist trading for
a certain Note of hand given by the subscri
ber to (I. Wood or hearer, of Kentucky, for thte sum
o if one hundreds'and seventeenm dollars, anfi due
thirty days after date, dated on thte 0th November
1857'; as the property htas proved utterly unsouqd
for which the said Note was given. I am deter
mined not to pay the samte, uniless comupelled by
tai 'aw ThOMAS B. REESE.
ti Nov. 10 1857 t- f 44
ard EXECUTORS' NOTICE.
-.LPersons having demanids against time Es
-: .L.tateof the late Capt. Johtn T.ipscomtb, ate re
.. quested to piresent them properly attested to the
E:xeutors.-aiil all personh inilebted are informed
Sthat immediate payment is deiminded.
e to B EN.1. W A LI)O,
J. B. LIPSCOMB..
6 Ms.. lytr-8
EXECUTORS' SALE OF LAND
W ILL be sold on th.- 1rit DECRM1ER
I NEXT, at the late residence of JOliN W
.ON ES, deceased1, that valuable Planta- of
tion on whieh hu resided at the tine ol h~a deuath, i
known as the- . to
HOMESTEAD OR HORN'S CREEK PLACE, .,
Cont-iining T WE L V E IIUNI)RED ACIES, a
more or less, lying upon the waters of llorn's M
Creek, about 18 miles above I lamInburg. and adjoin- AI
ing lands of George Boswell, John Adams, the tra
Estt-, of D. F. I llolingsworth and others. On the *e
p enna. are all nteessary buildiing-4. aci
At the same time and place, will be sold a
2Eo-amsmlse asu cl Xjcot 0(
in the School Village of Curryton. Also, about
M1any of whom are young and likely, and valuable.
The Present Crop Cotton, Corn, Fod- ee,
der, Stock of Horses and Mules, Ire
CATTLE AND HOGS, WAGONS, t
CARTS, PLANT ATION TOOLS, fie
HOUsE AND KITCHEN till
FURNTURE, &c., &c. of
Terms.-The Land will be sold on a credit of ful
one and two years. Purcbase money to be se- de
cured by bonds on notes, with adequate sureties.
l'urchaber to pay for papers. The Personalty onVs
credit of twelve months.fur ail sums over $20. Pur
hasers to give notes with approved sureties. For ra
all sums uuder $20, Cash. wi
A. .J. HAMMOND, Ex'ors. an
W. G. HARRIS.
Nov9 5t 44
Land, Negroes, Thorough Bred Horses, :n
CATTLE, HOGS, &c. 3
WTILL be sold on the 24th day of November,
Y at the late rtsidence of WNM. R. SMITH,
in Laurens Diistrict, the real and personal Estate of
id dIft-enseA. as fllows: .
SIXTEEN HUNDRED ACRES LAND,
Solal in four or more Tracts, plats of which will be
exhibited on day cf sale. Much of this Land is
fine bottom land, lying principally on the 4aludo
Twenty-six Likely Negroes,
FINE STOCK HORSES, BROOD MARES, H(
MULES, CATTLE, HOGS, A SUPERI- to
OR LOT OF SHEEP, CORN, FOD
Carriage, Buggy, Wagons,
Iousehold and Kitchen Furniture,
Plantation Toole, &o. A
Er Terms made known on day of sale. of
A. Ml. SMITH, Ex'or. To
Nov 9 2t 44 ha
URSUANT to an order of the Court of Fquitv
P in the case of A. Ml. Smith vs. Un1ge Smith,
:t al, I will sell on the SAME DAY and at the
.\NIl PLACE ab.,re mentioned, the real and An
er sotial Estate .f ROBERT SMiITII, dee;nwed,
vnsisting of about
TERE HUNDRED AC.1ES LAND
Situted in Laurers I)striet-a plat of which wiil
be exhiboited on day of sale-together, with about
T ERMS.-A credit of one and two years in twit
'quail ainual instalments, with interest on each in
alment from day of amale. Purchasers required to
rive h,.:nrl with at least two good Rureties to secure A,
Iw purcase money. The purcbaser of the Lan~d ml
hi be further regq'ired to give a mortage of h,, dat
premises. Costs of suit and expenees of sale to b~e sn'
paid Cash. SI LA S JIOLNSON, c s N.D. th
Comm~'rs. Offiee, Newlberry Dist., Oct 29, l$57.
~ov 9 2t 44 tW
EXECUTOR'S SALE, "*
DNTIlUliSDAY, the 3d Deemher next, I cit
will sell at the late residence of Mrs. l.U'CY sal
IOOR E, dee'dl., ont and a hailf miles fram Edge- ret
tield C. II., itheral anrd''personal Estate of the said bid
Mrs. I.uev Mtoaore, dee'd., conrsisti'g of a eht
CONM'ODIOUS DWELLING, da
With the ame essary outb~uildings, and T WO hIllUN
FitED) ACItES of LAND, moure 0or less, mostlyth
Eighteen Likely Negroes,
A lot of Corn and Foaddaer, THorns. 1-lgs. Farming
| Utnsils, Ilousehiold aind Kitch..n FuLriaiure, &c.
T~ams aF SA LE-AlIl annis unfler $ 10, Catsh
dil smflabovev that :.m..unt ota a credita-f twelve
noutlis, except, as to (ne-third of the real estate,
which mtust bec paid1 in cash. P'urchasers will be i
eired to give Note with two. aapprovedl sutiies.
Ti' les aof property notL chianiged until termis of sale g
are e.mplied with. tiel
JOHN UI. 11UGUlES, Ex'or-.e
Administrator's Sale. -rhTl
BY an order from WV. F. Durisoe. -sq . Oradin-t- or
ry, we will praoce-ed to call on' WEDNEeD) Y,
le 1th D~eemibr naext, ait the re.,idence or -IAlt- dhe
VIS A8ilI,1L. dlae'd., all the personal estate of said (71
caised, conlising of C.
as, JIaarses, Cattle, Stoek atnd Fat:eninig Hog, Oh
ottan and Cotton seed, Ciarn, Fodder, oxen anhd Ot
Ux Cart, one0 Carriage atal Iliarnass. en~e Euttgy su-3 "
lar~es, one Wiagon, lllacksmnithi and l'anati'n Ci
ro.ats, (inu lhad, Hlousehold and Kitchen Furiii
Lure, &e., &e- ere
Termis -All sunms under $I10, cash-over that ,r
iont Ian a credit of twelve mnaths, puirchasera'
ivig note and two apiprovedl securities. *~
.1. .1. ASIll L' Ad'r mc
F~luNCl~S ASlILL. Ad as
Nov 115t 44
ORE NEW t CHEAP GOODS!
AT OLD WINTERI SEAT! ti
WL L selI at Itamaburat prees, (freights except- is
Ied,) all kinds of Goods usuazily ket in a Caun
ry Str? such as inga
Bagging, Rope, Sugar, Con'ee, Salt, il
Molasses, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Th
HARD WARE AND CU!TLERY, nt
ATS AND BONNE~rS, B~OOrs & S110ES. w
of all qualhities aand descripations.
- sxo iN -ra1Tn - Si
All kinds of Dry Goods, sh
ru th.. most common~aal to the f inet :mdl moast at- be
trctive. Also', tine n, ,.t~'ek of the best
MEDICINES. WINES AND BRANDIES. St
Far the siek and well. But -don't take my word ~
for it. Call anal judge for yourselves.
3. L. IIA R MON.
Winter Sent, Nov 2 tf 43
NOTICE OF~ CO-PARTNERSHIP. rc
T HE Undersigned have as-w
I sociattpd themselves to
gether, under the name of
sNirll & .10N ES, for the
purpose of carrying on the
Coach Making and Repairing Business
n all its vatrious b anches. They expect to keep
ceastzantly on hanrd a good assortment et'
CARIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCK A WAY S, &C. ve
-Of the latest styles.--- to
grAlsorts of REPAIRING done in the best R.
m anier, :and with the greatest dispateh. GI
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully soli- CO
ited. F. L. SMITH, W
LEWIS JIONES. di
Edgeield, Feb 20,157. tf 7 e
4LL Persons are hereby cautioned from trading or~
Ior a cortnin Note of hand ien bty the sub- fr<
scriber to Franklin Lowry and John At'sway, for to
$125, and dated 3d Oct. 1857, as I will not pay no
aid Note unless comnpelledl by law.
Oct; tf 0 -
ESTATE .JUINGE BUTLER.
P) ERONS having demandas against the above 2
En Itate wi I oblige by forhwith handing state- se
mnenta of the samte, preperly attested, to, W. P. 3<
Butler Esq., at Edlgefleid C. I-, or forwfardmig them n<
by mail to the subscriber at Barnwell C. H. u
ov1 JOHNSON IIAGOOD), A dm'or.
N pursuance of 'the provisions of the Will of
DIOMEDE.F. HOLLINGSWORTH, deo'd.
will proceed-to sell all that portionef the Estate
the Testutor directed in said will to be s'old for
tribution amongst the legatees, therein named,
One Tract of Land
ng on I lorn's Creek, 16 miles above Hamburg,
d about 14 miles fron Eidgenield. C.-H., on the
irtin Town Road, adjoining land. of GeoraTe
:Kie, the E-tate of eI. .Joues nd others. Tais
c4 contains 1675 a-res, more or less. The pureha
- will abido by the loss or gain in the number of
The Executors can iav vith confidenee. that this
ne of the most VACUABLE COTTON AND
)RN PLANTATIONS in Edg. field District,
rpa-std in their judg-ent, by none on Horn's
ek, a section of the Distriet we!I known to all
be in a high degree, suited especially to the cil
'e of the
veral hnndred aer. s or this tract are now in sne
'sful ciltivation, a considtrable part of w hiebi is
ih and in a high state of improverment auol til.
e. There are abeout 275 neres of nati ve fores:
balance not under cuHration, grown up old
do, and if not entirel% restored to its original fer.
y, capable of praducing front 1000 to 10(i lbs.
cotton to the acre, and abounding in timber use
for plantation purposes.
rhere are on the premaisea, a eomf-- tAble reii -
iee, overseer's house. and all neces..ary out-bui.d.
s, including a Gin llieu-, anad Screw.
In the opinion of the present experi need over.
r, there are in this Tract Iow-grounds en.ugh to
e from six to seven thousand bushels of corn,
h an excellent systtm of drainage commenced
I already in succes:.ful operation.
the same time anal place, we will sell betwien
iand 60 valuable Negroes. In this
g, there are two good w;ag. -ners. a-ne- god cook,
i two excellent house women. We wil also sell
the sime time and phece. a
R AID WAGONS. I OX CART, 19 IlEA'
DF MULES ANI) HOKimS , A LOT OF
COWS ANID CALV3K 40 OR 50
HEAD OFSllEE,1&TOF FAT
NING ANID STAXI 110GS,
1300 OR 2000
BUSH KLS OF
A LOT OF FODDEr.,
A LOT OF COTTO.N at';.,
consisting in irge part iat t5o '.' pro
lifio, ON E GIN IIE L V LOT OC PI .'LG i
) ES and various other arteles not ucce:.twy here
rhe above Sales will- be made at the Plantat'on
,we desotibed, on
Tuesday, the 8th December next,
d the day following if so nuch be nee. as y.
Those desirous of purchtasli g t-Is valulble 'Trut
Lnd are hereby notified, that it will be sold on
Iaday, the -ith of December next, picisely at
f pa.t 10 o'clock, A. M.
We uill talso 9411 at the late residence of the Tes
)r, near Fdgefield Village. on TU ED.Y,TilE
iTi DECEM R N EXT,
sng them one firt rat. Covk-a lot of Corn,
Aodder. Phintation Taoolq. oun, Two Hoarsu
Wagon, one paic of Match Harses a lot
of Cows and Calva , a.t of Illog. Fit
ning and stock, one Carriage
and luarneas. "ne Boaijey
and lIarnets, Blacksiith-To..,-, one
Kiln of Burnt lirck4, and other articles
not here mentioned.
DDEIRM= 9 G2DU31 si\.U0=0
to the Lind, on a credit of oane nnd two years,
equal annual instalments, with interest from
e. Purchssers lto give hand with two ar.proved
'tie' and a mortgage of the premises to secure
I'ne petrstitnal paroperty will be sold on a eredit of
Ave mionthsa .tith jintre.t froim date. Purchass
the piersonifI alrop~erty will be required io give
a witht two apparoved suretit s.
And in no case will the title of the roperty,
er real or personal, ho '-hanged -unti I'terms -of
c tre complied with : tad tall persona failiing or
uing to comrply with said terms, the properly
* aT will be resolad at thte risk of the former pur
aer. A!l bums tat and under S20 CastI.
A11l persons wishting to examine the hitad nboro
eribe-d will please call en Mr. 31. 8. PA LME R,
the premises, who will take pleasure in giving
m su-h inrormation as they may desire.
JOHN HI. HOLL.INGS WORTH, Es'ors.
JOH N H. W ALKER.
Kov 4 5it 43
~Y ant order from WV. F. Duricia, Ysq., Ordi
) tnary tat KdgetlitldI liitt we wil proceed
well otn THUlRSDA , the 3d day of Dr'.-en~ber
et. at the reidlene e 01 RS. MLARTIIA C.
'EVENS. dee'dl., twelve mties Norjt of Edge
d C. II.. on the Cambridge road. the real and
anal,poperty of said deceased, consisting ot
1,181 Acres of Valuable Lands.
e Land will be sold in three dif!'eret p-ncees or
Traets, -to wit :
['rntec No. ?-1IIE IIOJEDSTEAD. includinr
Alill Tr:set, cointtining a. v.na htundre.i anid si'c
6) acres, more or less, lying on Little Stevens'
ek, adjoining lanids ot .ltahni S Sn~yley. WV II.
atm, .iames HI. Allen, Lew-s Bled-ute and tihtet.
this tract there is a condoratuabe wellinag nd
e-s.e1' IloOtie, alt necea-ary totbuiidtmiat, and a
I of exce-llenlt wtatr. Alas,, a eaaot Grist Ablil,
irely ntew, and a Gin lteauae and heriew. A baut
..tundred acres tar thns tract rne- now itn success
eutivatitan, a cona-ideraible part oif which is
ek and branch bottotms.
Fract No. 2, or RICH ARDSON T R A C T',
etaming Trhree hundred and ueventy iive acres,
re air less. l',ittg also onl Late stlevea.s' Creek,
oining lanida of Capt. Jars. F. Lowry, the Itoume
el Twcet, Lewis Lkras..e and others. On)t th~o
tet there are nit improvaltfeets. 'lhere~ re bitte
Ce or tour never liahig sping--, aod a beautfiful
miaton on te Camibridge road for builiing, on
a md. Ahbout onec hiundred and jitty acres of
tract are in euktivattion, of which ubont ott: thutd
reek tind brancht boattomn.
l'nwt Na 3. or- McCCRA RY T RAC T, cotntain
Otte hund red acres. moure tar less, aiijainting the
iestead Tract. Clt B. IDenn, amecs 11. A e:
~edy larrue and others. On this t'act is a spar ng
ner faiiline~ w;-ter. and about sixty-five sertgs
irr-fence and neatly all treshl.,-the remiainder~ is
g''Fer furtther partienkra iipply to Wiinam 12.
vans aan iha pa emia---*. whio will take ple bure :n
ming the ban-tinto any tine ishrng toa putrca.ae.
Plts of I anal exhitited tan day ai' tale, arel s il
-ol. precisely at h;dlf pa: 1E1 tA'ei.k, A. Al.
ELEVEN LIKELY NE(GROES,
ekt ot' Iorses, Mules, Cowie. I togs nd SWh.ep,
Plantation and Bltwkamith Tooals. Gin Ii ad,
Ilousehoald antd Kitchen F-urni as:--,
and other things not necessary to mnentioan.
Terms of Sale -For all sums a,' an uner $-'D
sh. For all sums over $20 tan a era d1t of twelve
nts from day of sale. The purelaier wili be
iuired tt give note with tw, naparovi d securities.
le not changedt until the termis are caamphled
.h. W. L STI-VENS, '
B. J. STEV EN S. ~-Ex'ors.
Y an order from Wa. F. Durisce, ER;., Ordina
ry of Edgefleld District, I will proceed to
I at the late r. sidence of .Mrs. Martha C. cFte
as, deceased, that portion of propeR ty beelonging
said deceased, consisting of a LAND WAR
(NT of Otte huntdred and sixty acres, ONE RE
10 WOMANa one Barouch, the present Crop
sisting of Cotton and Cattont Seed, COrna Omats,
eat, haodder, Shutcka, and other things .too te
m to mention.
This property will be sold on the 3rd day of Do
Terms-For all sums of and under $20 Cash
er that amount on a credit of twelve mo' ths
>m day of sale. The pur-chnser will be required
give notes with two approved securities. Titles
.t changed until the terms are complied with.
W. L. STEVENS, Adm'or.
Nov 11 4t 4
LOOK HERE I
LL~ Persons arc hereby e..etioned from trading
~.for a certaint Note of hand given by the Sub
riber o H. A. Barnes, for $134, snd dated Oct.
I 1857, (or about that time.) us I will -not pay said
,te tiess compelled by law-the property being '
asound fot which it was given.
. -NANCY GRANT.
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