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NEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MlrAW
From the Carol' of Tuesday.
ELECTION OF ED STATES SENATOR.
The third ballot by the General Assembly
yesterday, reiulted in the election of Gen. Js.
H. HmrowN- to that position. The following is
J. H. Hammond................85 votes.
F. W. Pickens..................59
Scattering .................... 14
MAnaRlD, on the 24th inst., by Wiley Timmer
man, Esq., Mr. WYETT Hoatr and Miss -
"AaTur, all of Shatterfield, S. C.
MmnaoD, in Hamburg, on Thursday the 12th
0 Nov last, by B. Baird, Esq., Mr. WN. COnLEy and
Miss ANrGELItN HARRIs, all of this District.
MARIED, at her Mother's residence on the 11th
of November, by the Rev. T. Trapp, Mr. J. B.
OcaTs, to Miss D. A=6 daughter of the late David
Harling, dec'd., all ofithis D;strict.
0 0 INE ERO0 I A L.
HAMBURG, Nov. 30.
* Corro.-Receipts for the week past were some
1100 Bales principally sold at from 10 to 111 cts. per
lb., which is a decline of j cent since our last com
munication. We quote now 10 to I1I cts. K.
AUGUsTA, November 28--3 P. M.
Corrox.-The sales to-day reached about 400 bales,
at prices ranging from 11 to 111, principally at the
last figures. A small lot of fine Jethro Cotton was
sold at 121 cents.
CZIAtLEsTos, Nov. 28.
Corrox.-Middling Fair 12 cents, as reported by
S. B. GRIFFIN,
.A.ttorzajey at Y.aa.r,
Will attend punctually to all business entrusted to
EDORFIELD C. H., Dec 2, 1857. tf47
TO THE PUBLIC.
T HE Undersigned having become the Proprie
tors of the EDGEFIELD FEMALE COL
LEGIATE INSTITUTE, take this method of in
forming the citizens of Edgefleld District, and all
others interested, that they will open a
SEXINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES,
At Edgefield C. H., on the FIRST MONDAY OF
MARCH NEXT, which shall be second in rank
to no Female Seminary in the State.
The Proprietors will provide a sufficient Corps
of Teachers for whose competency and moral
character they will hold themselves responsible
to the patrons of the Institution.
The Seminary will be furnished with Philosoph
Ical and Chemical Aparatus for illustrating to the
*pupils, the various phenomena of those Sciences.
The Music Department will be furnished with at
least three good Pianos, and will be under the
charge of a competent and efficient Teacher.
*The Bunildings of the Institute~have been fitted
up at great expense for the purpose to which they
are devoted ; and for convenience of arrangement,
* and adaptation to the necessities of a Female
Seminary cannot be surpassed by those of any
Institutiori in the South.
The Proprietors will publish at an early day a
Circular, in which the superior advantages and
facilitIes to be enjoyed in this Institution will be
more particularly set forth, togetimer with the rates
The Proprietors are determined to spare no
pains to make their Seminary ONE OF TIIE
VERY HIGHEST GR ADE, and hope they will be
* able to secure the confidence of the Public in the
enterprise ini which they have embarked, and that
by MIERITING a liberal patronage, their Semi
nary will receive it. .W.. WV. ADA ~m ,
S. W. NICHOLSON.
Edgefield S. C., Dec. 2 6t 47
- Bite Ridge Rail Road Comp'ny
IN SOUTH CAROLiNA.
NOVEM3E R 3, 18.57.
SUBSCRIBERS to the Capsital Stock of this
'-Company are hereby notified that the Twelfth
. and THIR'iEENTHI INSTALMENTS upon the
first subscription, and FIVE PER CENT. upon
.the amount of the second subscription, are re
quired to be paid as follows:
The Twelfth Instalment on the 3d day of Janu
The Thirteenth Ihstalment and Five per cent.
on second subscription, on the 3d day of Februa
ry, 1858. By order.
, WM. II. PERONNEAU, Treasurer.
Dec 2 9t A7
BY an order from W. F. Durisoe, Esq , Ordinary
of Edgefleld D~istriet, I will proceed to sell at
the late residence of D~ennis MlcCarty, dee'd., on
THURSDAY the 17th December next, all the
personal estate of said deceased, consisting in part of
NINE LIIKELY NEGROES,
among them one good Blacksmith and one good
Wagner-Household and Kitchen Furniture, Cot.
ton and Co'ton Seed, Corn, Fodder, three llorses,
one Mule and Stock of Cattle, Hogs and Sheep,
Plantation and Blacksmith Tools, &c.
Tas---AII sums of and under $10 cash-al
sums over that amount on a credit of twelve months.
Purchase.rs to give notes w ith two good personal se
curities. JACOBt McCARTEY, Ad'or.
Nov 2773t 47
5tate of South Carolina,
John K. Jackson, Adm'or.)
vs.Bill for Foreclore
Hamilton A. Kenrick. )
' 3Y Virtue of an order in Equity. I will sell at
..3Edgefieehl C. H., on the firt Monday in .Ilanu
ry next, the following real estate, described in the
Bill ini the :ibove stated e-tse, as a L OT IN THlE
TO1W OF H.AMIBURG, known in thse ptana of
-- -aiud Town as l.ot No 8, containing Fifty-teet by
two hundred feet, bounded on the W~est by Snow
.den street, on the North by Mercer Street, on the
,Soot1h by Market Street, an'd on the cast by Lot No 7.
Tzaxs.-The Costs. andi one fourth o.f the pur
,ehase moniey to h'e paid in cash, and the remtaiining
three-fourthts on a ered.t sif twelve mnonthas frm the
day of sale. Putchaser te give bond with two ap
proved iuretieu for the same. The titles to b~e
-c~.signed and seasled hbut not delhvered until the pur
clhase money is paid.
A. SIMlKINS, C.E E 0.
Dec. 2 1857 5i 47
* NEW LEA F LAR D.
UST received a few Jars NRW LEAF LARD.
Fo aeby G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Dec. 2 tf 47
ALL~ persons i nled tio the estate of Robert
t.F. Cunninghiam, ieg are requested to set
tle up by the first of Janune & and those hav
ing demtands against said estate" Wlpresent them
properly attested, as I intend hav~ ~ settlemaent
at that time. JOSEPH MOR 16,44o.r.
Nov 17 7t >5
RMLost or Stolen,
ROM this place during the first week of Court,
a large red POINTER DOG, with a white
streak in Ihis face, white feet and the tip of his tail
white. A ny information concerning his wuherea
Louis, m ill be thsanklully ieceived or a liberal reward
will be paid for his delivery to his proper owner.
Oe-t26 1857 If 4
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
H AS now received his Full supplies of FALL an
WINTER DRY GOODS, embracing one of thi
largest assortgnents he has ever offared to the public
and comprising a very choice and desirable selectio
of LADIES' DRESS GOODS and Staple articles
whic'i he otfers at very low prices. Among them an
Rich Fancy Dress SILKS, in a great variety a
Superior plain Black SILKS, of rich lustre and a
very low prices;
Superior Black SILKS, without lustre, for Ladies
Ladies' Rich Cashmere and Delaine ROBES, witl
side stripes ;
Lupin's High Colored DELAINES,small figures, foi
Lupin's plain White and Black MERINOES ani
DELAINES, of superior quality;
Superior SAXONY PLAIDS and PLAID VALEN
CIAS, of new and beautiful styles;
Superior 4-4 French PRINTS, some with small fig.
ures 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 Jackonet EDGINGS and INSERTINGS;
Superior 4-4 IRISH LINENS and Long LAWNS
Superior8-4 and 10-4Table and DamakDIAPERS,
of extra quality ;
Rich omask 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
Superior 12.4 Linen SHEETINGS and Pillow Came
A large assortment of Ladies, Gentlemen's, Youth's
and Children's HOSIERY;
Alexander's Ladies' White, Black and Colored KID
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlet GLOVES;
Ladies Merino and Gauze Merino VESTS, with
long And short sleeves, of superior quality, and some
of extra size ;
Misses and Gentlemen's Merino VESTS;
Ladies Cloth and Velvet CLOAKS, of new and ele
Ladies Mourning CLOAKS, of new and beautiful
Ladies Stella, Cheneille, French and Scotch Shawls;
Superior Saxony, Welsh, Gauze and Silk Warp
Heavy Shaker FLANNELS;
Ladies Sack and Double width Boston FLANNELS;
Heavy Red FLA NNELS for Servants;
A large supply of Ladies CORSETTS, and Cru
velli SKIRTS, of the most a proved styles;
Ladies Extension SKIRTS, of the best style and
Supeurior Marseilles QUILTS, of extra size and
Superior Furniture DIMITIES and Furniture FRIN
Manchester, Lonsdale and New York Mills 4-4
Bleached SHIRTINGS, at very low prices;
Water Twist and White Rock, soft finish, 4-4
Bleached SHIRTINGS. of extra quality;
Superior Hamilton and Allendale 12.4 Bleached
SHEETINGS and Pillow Case COTTONS;
Superior Bleached and Unbleached CANTON
A large aupply of Negro BLANKETS, at very low
Superior Whitney Bed and Cuib BLANKLTS,
(some of extra size;)
Rich Embroiered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS,
and some at vely low prices;
Colored DA ASKS and DELAIN ES for Curtains,
In a great variety of colors;
Curtain BANDS, CORNICES and STAIR RODS;
A large supply of Landscape and Rich Gold Band
Window SHADES, some of extra length, and some
at very low prices.
English, Velvet and Brussels CARPETS, of new
and splendid imyles;
Superior Three-Ply, Ingrain and Venetian CAR
Printed Floor BAIZES, in patterns, and by the
A large supply of articles suitable for Male and Fe
male House Servants;
George Schley's GEORGIA PLAINS and H~eavy
Twilled K ERSEYS, Augusta and Graniteville Shirt
ings and Sheustings, at Mlanufacturers prices;
With a great variety of other articles suitable for
Family and Plantation use, and to all of which thte
attention of the public is respectfully invited.
Augusta, Nov. 17 1857 tf 45
SWAN & CO'S, LOTTERIES,
NTEW & BIL ANT SCHEE.
-$60,0 0 0!!
Thec following Seltime will be drawn by S. Swan &
Co., Matnagers eof thme Fort Gaines A cademy L~ot
tery, in eatch of thteir Lotteries for Dec., 1857, at
To whicht City ahey hcave renmoved their their prin
To be drawn in the city of Augubta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, December 5th, 1857.
To be drawn in the city of A ugusta, Ga., in public, on
Saturday, December 12th, 1857.
T.. be drawva in the city of A ugusta, Ga.,in public, on
Saturday, December 19th. 1857.
ebeT drawn in the City of A ugusta, GA,in public,on
Saturday, December 26th, 1857.
On the plan of Single Numbers.
Nearly one Prize to every Nine Tickets.
n/s~-e eE~ Bohe:E2. I
TO DE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN DECEMIBER !
1'prize of......$0,000 is................$G0,000
I prize taf........,taJ0 Is.................80,000
I prize of........1,tKxd is...............10,000
1 prize of..........,00 is......-.-......----,as00
1 priz.e of.....5,i00 il.............5,000
1 prize of..........8,000 is........--.------. . ,8000
1 prize of.........2.41440 is....--.-------...2,000
1 prizes of.......1,5004 are...............1,5110
60 prizes of.......1t tre ...............5,00
1110 prize&s of.........154 tire ........ .......15,000
100i prizes of...........125 are.............12,0004
100 prizes of.........1ts acre.............10,004
4 Prizes of $800 A pyraax'ting to$60,000 Prizc arc. .$l,200
4 P'rlzes of 250) " " at0.000 Prize are.. 1,004
4 Prizes of 2011 " " 10,4500 Prizes are.. 8400
4 PrIzes of 150 a " 6,0400 Prizes are... 600
4 Prizes of 125 " " 5000 Prlzes are... 50t0
4 PrIzes of luu0 " " 5,1100 Prizes ure... 4400
4 Prizes oft in " 2,0040 Prizes ore... 804
4 P'rizes of 50 " " 1,500 P'rizes tare... 200
5,000 P'rizea of 20...........................100 000
5,400 Prizes amounating tea......,......... 320,000
Whole Tickets 310;- Halves 35; Quarters 32,50.
PLAN OF THlE LOTTERY.
The Nonmbers froms 1 to 50a,0001. correspaonding wltha those
Nuamberse e'a thec Tickets parinateat n separante slipis of paper,
arv esaeirelead witth mealt las tutes, aand pitatced int ane whaeet.
The first 407 prizes, siamilarty printed uad enaeireled, are
placedt int aanothaer whecel.
Tthe wheels are thetn revolved, andl a nutaber is edrawni
froma thec wheel of numabers, anda tat thce snine tie a prize ia
drawna froma time othetr whaeel. IThe numcber ad parize drawn
eut tire eopenedi andi exitaitead to thec audtieace, and regis
teread lby the CIommaaisionaers: the prize beinag placed agtainst
tthe anumber drawn. Tis opetrationa is repieated unatil alt the
przsare drawna out.
Approxmaattont Prlzes.--Thae two precedinag and
thec two surecedaing Numaabers to those~ dlrawiang the alist
Prizes wilt be entitted to thec 2S Alpr.ximautiona Parizes. For
ex.iamptle: If Tricket Na,. 11t.25'4 .traws thet $6ta.sata Prize,
thase Tickete nuelared I11.24.8. 11.249, 1 i.2.5i. 1I,2524, wiii
easch het e-ntitt. e to $4455. If TIicket Nat. Un4 dlrnwe tthe
$10,aatus Prize. thase Tricketi. numbenred .l 54 0 4J.5~51, 5.2. wilt
eacha beenatitledt to $800, naad soa ua accordiang to thec above
Thec 5.4440 Prizes aaf $20 will be dletermitned by the las
fiureofttheNo'. wichl draws tthe $0,0004. Fair examaple, ifthei
III.. driawinagathe 6.txiO piriz~eaands withs No. 1. theni all thes
Tiekets whsere the nuamber endls las 1 wiil be enstitled to $21.
if thec Numbtler enda's witth Ntuber 2, thena all thec Tickets
where thec Nuaaber ends itn 2 will be enatitled to $20, anda so
on tos 4.
CEltTIFICATES OF PACKAGES will be sold at thei
fellwlng rates, whsicha is the rIsk:
Certileate of Patckage of tent W hole Tickete.4 ... .$S0
ertliiette oaf P'acknage of teatllalt Tickets...........44
Certinlente of Packiage sof teat Quarter Trackets.........2t
Certtfieate of Package of tent Eightht Tickets..........1t
,ina Orderiang Tickets or Certificates,
Enlise the montey te, our address faor thet Tickets ordered,
ont receipat oaf whaleh thecy will bet farwardedt lay first asaal.
Purchasers can lavce Tickets enading to anay figure they tmay
gr The List of Drawn Nutmbers atnd Prizes will be
senat to patrchasers imamedtiately after thec drawing.
gg/"-Purchaasers will please write their signatures plain,
and' give their Post Omlee, Coaunty and Ittatte.
ggRemnembier that every Prize is drawn ansd patyablo In
jgleJ wlithaout dedauctiosn.
g5Ail prizes of 1.4)00 nal undler, paId lmroedtateiv idler
the deawlng-sther psrizea att the uasunti time of thirty days.
g&Allommuanications strictly confidential.
gg" Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to
.eSWAN & CO, Augusta, Ga.
or S. SW AN. Montgoamery. Alit.
g.W A list of thec numbers that are drawn from the wheel,
with thec amou~ant of thte prIze that each oine is entitled to,
wIll be ptublishted after every draiwinag. tn tihe followhtag pa
ners-N'sew Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston
litandaard, Nashville Gazxeate, Atlanta Intelligencer, Nsiw
Yrk Weekly Day Book, anad Savatuitala Morning News.
ncc. 2, 4t - d
Hardware, Cutlery, &(
W M. H I LL,
HAMBURG, S. C.,
WOULD inform his friends o
and all who may be trading 0 *
to this Market, that he still con
tinues to keep a FULL and well
selected Stock of Goods in the
above line, and solicits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any a
tieles he keeps, assuring them that every exerti
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchas
in quality and price, feeling confident that he c:
rell his Goods on as Beasonable terms
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE 1N AUGUST4
His Stock is now COMPLETE, having Add<
largely by recent purchases from the BEST Mai
facturers. His Stock is such that almost every oi
can find some article on their list of wants, and <
such terms as cannot rail to please-amongst whtk
is a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sizes, of the best brands, ii
eluding all sizes of SPIKES, Also, English a!
Americain Horse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrougl
Nails, all sizes.
Nail RODS and Sheet and Hoop IRON:
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrate
make of Broad, Chopping and Hand AXEI
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand SAWS, all kinds;
Hammers, Chisels, Augers, Drawing Knive
Adzes, Gimblets, Brace and Bitts, Mill, Hand Sa
and every variety of Files and Rasps, Saw Sett
Compasses, Hollow Augers and Bitta, Gauge
Planes of every description, Plane Bitts, and evei
Variety of Carpenter's Tools.
0 Edge Tools of every description.
Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Screw Plates, Sledge, Har
and Shoeing Hammers, Rasps, Drills, Tongs,
&o., all of 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.
His Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery is complei
and quality unsurpassed-amongst which can
be found full Setts of Table Cutlery, of
Joseph Rodgers & Sons celebrated
manufacture; Pocket and Pen
Knives all patterns and qual
ities ; fine Razors, Seis
sors, Shears, &c.
Also, a great variety of
Such as Pins, Needles, Port Monies, Hair Brushe
Combs, Paper Invelopes, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Guns, Pistols. &c.
On hand a choice lot of Guns and Pistols of tl
finest quality-Colt's, Adams' and Dean's and
others make of Repeaters, self-cocking.
Also, an assortment of Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Game Bags,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
His Stock of Building material swill he found con
plete, consisting in part of Locks. Hinges,
Screws, Window Fastenings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till, Pad, Trunk and
Light and Heavy Castings.
Always on hand a fine assortment of light nm
heavy Castings, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Ket
tles, Well Wheels, Waffle Irons. &c.
Farmer's Boilers, Cauldrons, Wagon
Buxes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
ALL PATTERNS AND SIZES.
Wagon Chtains, all kinds, Log Continued, Halti
and Trace Chains, Spades and Shovels, H ay
Fotks, Crockery and Glass Ware, &c.
Also, manufacturer of all kinds of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware I
All are earnestly solicited to call and examiti
for themselves. And you will find it grreatly 1
your interest to patronize your old Edgefieldl Dii
trict citizen. WM. IIL L.
Hamburg, Oct 20 tf 42
B Y Virtue of sundry writs ol Fieri Facias to n
-directed, I wilt proceed to sell at Edgefiel
C. IH., on first Monday in l)eeember next, the fo
lowing property in the following cases, to wit:
M. W. Clary vs Elizabeth Turner, One Tract
Land containing one hundred acres, more or les
adjoining lands of John Mack, Cadaway Clark an
The State vs Alfred Hatcher, One Tract of Las
containing one hundred and fifty aeres, more
lss, adjoining lands of Johna Jourdan, Jas Morr
Joheln M. Clark vs Wmn. P. Doolittle, One Tra
of Land, containing one lmndered and fifty acre
more or less, adjoining lands of W. B. Dora, I
Doolittlte and others.
A rthur Simkins, Commissioner, vs Millge Ga
phin, One Tract of Land (where WV. P. Jones no
resides) enltiing two hundred acrss, more or le~s
adjoining hands of the Estate of R ufus Hlolley, Dal
ling J1. Walker and others.
Max. Larbordle, Ass'gnee. vs Gnhy Broadwa~ter ar
oth-rs, One Tract of~ Land cotauining three hot
dred acres, more or le~s, adjesining lands oef
Blma,l Wmn. Moss and (others.
John Fullmore vs John Autrc-y, One Tract
Land containing two hundred acres, more or le
adjoining lands of B. T. Boatwright, hMrs. Elizx
beth Bush and others-levied upon av the properi
of the defendant John A utrey.
Terms Cash. JAS. EIDSON, s.E.D.
Nov 11 4t 44
B y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
me directed, I will proceed to sell at Edge
field C. H., on the first Mlonday in December nex
the following property in the following case, to wit
The State vs Edward Tr. Davis, One Sort'
Horse, one I Horse Wagon. one Lot of Corn an
Fodder, one lot of Stock Hogs.
C. A. Gray, Adm'x. vs Harmon Miller, One
horse Wagon. Terms Cash.
JAS. EIDSON, 5.SD.
Nov 17 3t45
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Elizabeth Cates, by her next friend,
Rt. Cates, Applicants,
Sieon Crouch, Guardian, ad litetm,
B Y an order from the Ordinary, I shall procec
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the firi
Monday i December next, for partition, the Rei
Estate of Joseph Bodic, deceased, a tract or pa
eel of land lying and being in thte District at
State aforesaid, on Cloud's Creek, containing tv
hundred and sixteen acres, more or less, ari
bounded by lands of Willis Whittle, Sen'r., Jamui
Wittle and Simeon Croneh atnd othters.
TERtS-On a credit of one and two years, wvil
interest frotm the lirst of Jatnuary 1858, possessic
to be givent on the first Janeuar~y 1858. Pturchus<
to give hondh with good piersotnal security, and
mortagec of the premises to the Ordinary teo 5
cure the purchase money. Cost to he paid in casl
Tiles extra. JA MES EIDSON, s.n.n.
Nov. 'd 1857 5te
State of South Carolina,
iN WIDINlAR Y.
Mary Witl, A pplicant,}
Willis Whittle, Guarelian adlitem of
Thomas and Milledge Whittle, Def'ts.
B Y an order from thte Ordittary, I shall procee
to sell at Edgetleld Cocurt license, on the tr
Monday in December next, for Partition, thte Re
Estate'of Amos Whittle, deceased, a TRACT O
PA RCEL OF LAND, lying and being in the Di
triot and State aforesaid, on Cloud's Creek, contain
ing One hundred and two (102) Acres, more
less, and boundedl by lands of Wiley Bodie, Sime<
Crouch, land. belonging to the Estate of Jose1
Bodie, deceased, Felix Bodie and Willis WhittI
Tats.-Cn a credit of one and two ye.rli wil
interest on thte second instalment from the 1st Jla
nary 1859. Purchaser to give Bond with ges
security atnd a mortgage to the Ordinary to secul
the purehase mottey. Cost to be paid in casm
Titles extra.JA MES EIDSON, sz D.
State of South Carolina,
Max. Laborde and P..F. Laborde,
John R. Wever and Sarah, h Bill for Par
wife, and others.
B Y virtue of an order in Equity in the abort
stated caso. I will sell at Edgefleld C. H., ot
the first Monday in December next, the following
real Estate, to wit:
r- A TRACT OF LAND containing 898 acres
In more less, adjoining lands of John Hnuet, P. R
kr Blalock, R. T. Mims and others.
9 Lots of Land within the corporate limit;
of the Town of Edgefield, containing in the aggre
-gate 26 acres, more or less. fronting on the Colum
d bia Road. These lots are laid off with a view tc
Town residences and are convenient to business,
ie four of them having a street leading from said
in road. -ALSO
h A House and Lot- immediately in the said
Town, containing about three-quarters of an acre.
- The House is commodious and pleasantly located.
d There are nine Rooms in the House. -
t TERMS-A credit of one and two years from the
day of sale with interest from date, except as to
costs of suit which must be paid in cash. Purcha
sers to give bonds with adequate personal sureties
a to secure the purchase money.
3, A. SIMKINS, C.E.E.D.
Nov. 0 1857 4t 44
s STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
, Samuel Brooks, Assignee, Bill for Foreclosure
John Leigh. of Mortgage.
B Y an order from Chaneel'or Dunkin in this
case, I will sell, at Edgefield C. H., on the
1st Monday inDecember next, the following real
d estate, viz: A LOT OF LAN 1) in the Village of
Edgefield, known as the Bushnell Carriage Shop
Lot, including the Brick Store House, containing,
in the whole, two roods and eleven perches, more
TEtms.-The costs and one half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the residue on a
e credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond
with approved securities, to secure the purchase
money. The titles to be signed and sealed, but not
delivered until the said bond be paid-and if the
said bond be not I.aid when due, the Commissioner
will re-sell the premises at the risk of the former
purchaser. A. SIMKINS, C.E.E D.
Nov. 3 1857 5te 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Iartwell Whittle and wife,
M. R. Carver and wife, et al. I
BY virtue of an order in Equity in this cse, I
will sell at Edgetield C. 11., on the first Nlon
day in December next. the TRA CT OF LAND.
described in the Bill. containing One hundred and
forty-seven (147) Acres, more or les, adjoining
lands or Josiah Padgett, Jane Webb, M. Etheredge
'I ERAs.-Costs to be paid in cash. The balance
of the put chase money on a credit of twelve months
from the day of sale, to be secured by hund with
approved sureties. A. SNItKINS, C.E.K.D.
Nov. I . 4te .45
State of South Carolina,
d 'EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
Thos. Mathii and wife and others, Bill for Ac't.
Ws. -ilfr c.
Chas. Ilammond, Ex'r. and others. Par. t-c.
BY virtue of nn order of the Court of Equity
in this cause, I will proceed to sell. at the late
residen~ce of Allen Adtherson, Junoir, deceased,'in
this I listriet, at public nuction, on Friday the 4th
-rday of i~eeember. next, ont a credhit of twelve
months from the day of sale, all that PA RCEL 01F
L.A ND, containing onte hundred and thtree Aceres.
inore or less, being the portion of the Tract of latnd
in the District of Edgefield whlereon Allet Anider
son, Senior, residedI at hi, dheath, which c t mbrnees
e the jwelting Hlouse,-out budldings and other imu
Spr.Aements upon said premises, and which in and
by the last will andi testament of the said Allen
Anderson, Senior, was devised to his wvidowv for
life, with remainder to his children and their legal
Th le l.urch.ase money t.o be secured1 by botnd with
adequate personal suretie-s.
A. SIMKINS, C E ED.
d Nov. 11 4te 45
d Willis 0. Harris,
A ndrew J. Hammond, Ex'or of )-Blfrpr
r lzhnu., dee'd, Bilo
Elzbeth Tr. H arris, and others. )
t in hisceuse, I will pri eeed to sell at the late
.residence of Jtohn .lontes. dlee'd, in this Dist: iet, nat
~public auction, oni the 10th~ day of i, cemtber next,
for ensh as tim so niucha aw will pay the costs, and
a-is to the residue ,n a credit of one and two y'.ars
from t he day of sni!e, all thatT R ACT Oft PA I CFEL
OF 01 AN) situate- in the said 1 istrict of Edge
~fie-ld,. formealy the ptoperty of William Garrett,
-Sen., dee'd. and by hinm, in his life-time. coniveyed
to Susannaht ltariis, daughited of the late .1. hn
d .lones, containing Tu o humlrd and fifty-iiht
A eris, more or l is, antd adjeinting lands o-f Lau
'. rence .1. MIiller, lands formerly owned bay .atmmel
C. Scott and lands ot the estate of the said John
', he purchase money to be secured by bond with
1 adequte persotial sureties.
y A. SIKINS, c E.E.D.
Nov. 11 5te 45
State of South Carolina,
Anmanda MU. Hlolley,)
* . vs. 'lilfrPr
- Virgini E. Hhilley, liIfrPr
t, Geo. D). Hulley, et al. J
-j~Y virtue-of an order' from Chaneel'or Ward
el law, in this ease, I will sell at the late resi
d dence of Rufus ll-dly, dee'd., in this liistrict en the
22d day of December next, at public outcry, the
1 TWO TRACTS OF LAND described in the
Bill, to wit:
-T HE GROVE T RACT," containing Eleven
h uindred acres, more or less, and adjoinintg lands ol
- .Jhn Holly and others.
And " T HE HOLLOW CREEK TRACT,"
containing Twenty-sevin hundred acres, more or
less, and adjeining lands of Charles Hlolly, Mar
tin llolly and others.
117? The said Lands will be sold in conventient
TEa~ts --Costs to lie paid in, ensh. The btane
o1 the purchatse money to be sectured by bond to
the Cunuanissioner, with ad equate personal sureties.
d Nov17A. SIMKiNS, e E.E.D.
d o 74t 45
ti TrHE ST~ATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
d IN EQWTY.
Wm. Powell and wife, et. al.
e~Fane s. Bill for pr
sFaesAsbill, J. J1. Asbill, et. al.
~h BY virtue of an order in Eqjuity in this casee, I
n willhell tin WVedlnesday the 1 (th )ecemnber
r next, at the late residence eof .larvis A shill, dee'd,
a the three several trants of lantd described in the
. Bill. to it
.THLE 110ME PLA CF, containing Two hundred
and twenty-five (-225) Acres, more or less, adjuin
ing lands o1 Wade Holstein, Abner Asbill and
THE WILLIAMS TRACT rontaining Two
hiundr< d and iwe nty-flve (225) Aceres, more or less,
adjining Itands of Thos. Bates, Wade llitein and
the said home tract.
TUE PA DOETT TR ACT, contaitning Ono hun
tdred and fifteen (115) Acres, more or less, ndjoin
ing lands of Molstes Holstein, E. Watson, Abner
Asbill and others.
dT~anzs.-Costs of suit to be paid in cash. The
balance of the rurchase meirney tin a credit of ene
iyear from the ay of salc. Pum dhase miney to be
si cured by bon'ds with ample sureties.
Plats of the lands will be exhibited on the day ol
sale. - A. SIMKIINS, C a L.D.
,Nov. 11 5te 45
SEdgefid Male Academy,
LL Persons indebted to the Trustees of the
AMale Academy for tuition for the year 1857,
Sare requested to pay up without delay. Ttuitiont is
e a-ways required in advatnce, and it is hoiped thnat the
,d patrons of the 1Fehrtol will call on the TUreasurer
-e imediately ; as rhe present Teaehter is about 1L
1 leave and'wishis a si ttlement with the Trustees be
fore leaving.., GEO. A. ADIlSON,
Nov 25 . 3t,45 T'reasurer.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF LAND
WILL be sold on the 10TH DECRIMBER
NEXT, at the late residence of JOHN
JONES, deceased, that valuable Planta
tion on which he resided at the time of his death,
known as the
HOMESTEAD OR HORN'S CREEK PLACE,
Containing T W E L V E HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, lying upon the waters of Horn's
Creek, about 18 miles above Hamburg. and adjoin
ing lands of George Boswell, John Adams, the
Estate of D. F. Hollingsworth and others. On the
premises are all necessary buildings.
At the same time and place. will be sold a
2ECcusoac3 azi:cL T-sot
in the School Village of Curryton. Also, about
Many of whom are young and likely, and valuable.
The Present Crop Cotton, Corn, Fod
der, Stock of Horses and Mules,
CATTLE AND HOGS, WAGONS,
CARTS, PLANTAT1ON TOOLS,
HOUSE AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE, &c., &c.
Ternas.-The Land will be sold on a credit of
one and two years. Purchase money to be se
eured by bonds on notes, with adcquate sureties.
Purchaser to pay for papers. The Personalty on a
credit of twelve months for fil sums over $20. Pur
chasers to give notes with approved sureties. For
all sums under $20, Cash.
-A. J. HAMMOND, Ex'ors.
W. G. HARRIS.
Nov 9 5t 44
O N THURSDAY, the 3d 'December next, I
wil'sell at the late residence of Mrs. LUCY
MOORE, dee'd.. one and a half miles from Edge
field C. H., the real and personal Estate of the said
Mrs. Lucy Moore, deeld., consisting of a
With the necessary outbuildings, and TWO h UN
DRED ACRES of LAND, more or less, mostly
Eighteen Likely Negroes,
A lot of Corn and Fodder, Hlorses, Hogs, Farming
Utensils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
TEas OF SALE.-All sums under $10, Cash
all sums above that nmount on a credit of twelve
months, except as to one-third of the real estate,
which must be paid in cash. Purchasers will be
required to give Note with two approved sureties.
Titles of property not changed until t.rms of sale
are complied with.
JOHN If. HIUGHES, Ex'or.
Nov 9 4t 44
Andrew Anderson, et. al.
To. .4 Bill for par.
Chas. Hammond, Ex'r. et. al.,
B Y virtue of an order from Chancellor Ward
. law in this e .se, I will sell at the late residence
or Allen Anderson, Junior, deceased, on Friday
4th of December next, the TWO TRACTS 0
LAND described in the pleadings. to wit:
TRACT NO. ONE, lying on the West side of
Stevens' Creek, cortaining One hundred and sev
enty-six (176) Acres. more or less, adjoining lands
of Jonathan Taylor, Mrs. E. Thurmond and others.
TRACT NO. TWO, lyin on the East side of
Stevens' Creek, containing about five hundrad
Acres, more or less. adjoining lands of Geo. Briggs,
.J. P. Nl:ivs. D. M. Glover and others.
Also, the tockc of Cattle, &c., Provisions, Ho.use
hold and Kitchen fturniture, on the said Tract of
Taasus.-The lands on a cre-dit of one andl two
years from day of salhe. The other property on a
credit of one year from day of sale. Purchasers
to give bonds with ample persontal sureties.
'CLIAS. IIA.\MON D, Ex'..
Nov.11 4te e 4
B Y Virtue of an otder from William F. Durn
soe, Esq , Ordinaay, I will of'er for Fale, on
MONDAY, 2iST DECEMBER NEXT,
A t the Plantation of lbon. PR ESTON S. BROOKS
de'd., situated in Edgefield District, on the Co
lumnbiat & Greenville lanil Road, in the tork of
Ninety.Six and Wilsoni's Creek, about five miles
below the Nine.ty-Six Depot. thme bnul) of thme
personal Estate of~ satid uleesased, consisting of
Fifty.Thiree Primie Negro Slave,
souse 1~5 or 20 17ulesC and IiorsesM,
8,000 33ishoels Cor~n.,
A large quantity of
WHEAT. OATS, FOIDD!-:R AND SUUCKS
Wagons, Oxen arud Ox Carts anud Gear,
I'ongh I lees, Spades and other
On the next day, (TUESDAY, the 22dI Decemt
ber,) will be sold at the late residence of the said
:eesed, in the said D~istrict, all the reeldue of his
visible ptersonatl Estate, consisting ..f his
Household and Kitchen. Furniture,
Buggy, Carringe and Match lIorses,
A few head of C:.tt--, anmd a somall quanti
ty of Corn. l'odder, Ban, &c.
TERXS 0OF SA LE-A credit of twelve months
with interest from,. day of sale, except as to suums
under $20, which are to be jnaid in Cash. The
purchise mnone~y to be secured by notes with ap
proved personal sureties.
J. P. CARROLL, Adm'or.
Nov 106St 45
ggNewberry Mirror will please insert until dg
of sale and forward account to this Office.
BY an order from WV. F. Durisoe. Es., Onlinn
r v, wve will proceed to sell on W EDNES) A Y
the 10ith December next. mit the residence or .IAIR
V'ls A SHIL L, dee'd., all the ;ersonal estate of said
deceased, contingLii oSf
Mles, horses, Cattle, Stock and Fattening Hogs,
Cotton and Cotton seed, Corn, lVodder, Oxen and
Ox Cart, one Carriage and h arness, one Buggy and
H nness, one Wagon, Elacksmith and Plantation
Toos, Gun Head, Household and Kitchen Furmi
ture, &c., &c
Trmns -All sums under $1 0, cash-over that
amount on a credit of twelve months, purchasers
iving note and two apptroved securities.
, .J. .1. ASHILL. Ad'e'rs
FRANCKS ASBILL. 5
Nov 11 5*44
B y an Order from the Ordinary we will pro
ceed to sell on T'lURSDAY, the l'ith De
ember next, at the hate residence of B. L. Murrel,
dec'd., all the Personal lEstate of said decease, not
otherwise disposed of by his Inst will and testament,
SEVEN LIKEiL NEGROES,
Stock of Horses, H ogs and Cattle, Plantation and
laeksmith TVools, &c.. & c.
TERXS.-Fo-r all sumis of and tunder $5 ensk
for all sums over $5 o,. a eredhit of twelve mnsths,
Iwith; iteretst from day of sale. P'urehn:sers will be
required to give Notes~ with two or more good per
sonal sureties. Righ~t of piroperty not changed un
til the terms of sale nrcenmnplied with.
Adm'ors with the will annexed.
No v2234t 40
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
Mary McCarthy, et. al.
,s. Bill for pauillion.
Jacob McCarthy, et. al.
B Y virtue of an order in Equity in this ease, I
will selh att the late residence of Dennis .Ye
Carty, dec'd.. son Th~utsday the 17th of Decem
her next, the TR ACT OF L ANI), described in the
Bill, containing Two hundred and lifty (250) Acres,
more or less, adjoininig lasnds of L.uke smith,
Samson Wheeler, Z. Z. Uhavird, Win. Havird
Tra~us.-Costs to be paid cash. Thie balance of
th purchase money on a cred t of one year. Pur
clhtsers to give bond with ample personal sureties,
and mortgge of the premists, mo secure the pr
-chase mone.A. SlM1KlKS, e z.K.D.
HOTEL FOR SALE!'
TIIE CAROLINA HOTEL, for
A merly known as the SPANN
HOTEL, Is now offered for sale, and
will bo offered on the moat scoommo
dating terms as to time.
This HOTEL is situated In the most aligible po
sition in the Village, on the South side of laine
Street, near enough to the Public Square; forall
purposes, and sufficiently quiet and retired*; ndy' &.
has always, since its establishment as a Hotel, don
a good business, and wlil no doubt continue to do
so as long as well kept.
Any person desirous of entering into this busi
ness would do well to call and examine the
Connected with this Hotel are commodious Sta
bles, contaisning over )ne hundred well-regulated
Stalls, Carriage House, Cri s. &c. Also, good
Lots for Drover's Stock, and a ilue Garden, abkcut
one acre in size, not surpassed by any. The whole
premnises contain about three acres.
The undersigned would not 'be induced to olfer
this valuable property for male, were it not for do
nestie afilietioni. Jil is now disposed to turn his
attention to soime other occupation.
F. M. NICHOLAS.
Edgefield, Oct 19 tf 41
VALUABLE LANI S FOR SALE's
1 )Y consent of parties intervsted, I will sell at
) the lilomestead place, on TUESDAY, the
15th of DECEMBER next, a.l of
TMOSE VALUABLE LANDS,
belonging to the Estate of Col. J0114 BATES,
1st. Tract known ax the " HOME TRACT,"
containing Four hundred (400) acres, mostly wood
land: aud is one or the best improved places on
the Ridge road.
2nd. Tract known as the " PINE Y WOODS
TRACT," cointaining Four hundred and forty
(440) acres, all or 'which is in original forest.
3rd. Tract known a- the " PLANTATION.
TRACT," adjoining lands of Rev. Samuel Bouk
ight, .1. Milton Norris, A. D. Bates, John P.
Bates, W. C. Nlifehell and others, contaning in all
SIX'TEEN HUNDRE) (1,600) ACRES, but
which to suit purchesers has been cut into the fol
lowing smaller Tracts, to wit:
No. 1, called the "PERRY PLACE," con
tains Five hundred and fifty (550) acres, one third
in woodland, one third in grown up old fieldi, and
ther mainder under fence and in cultivation.
. o. 2. called the " MILL PLACE," will con
tain about Three hundred and fifty (350) acres,
sone of which is as good bottom land as there is in
No 3, called the "NEGRO QUARTER,"
contains Five hundred and fifty (550) acres, more
than half woodland-the bahnce in a high state of
cultivation, and undler good fence. Upon the premi
ses are all buildings necessairy f.,r a plantation. -
N1. 4, called the " WOODLAND TRACT,"
contains between one hundred and fifty and-two
T E3 4.. MX1'.
One and two years cred.a, etcar (if interdst one
year. Notes and two approved sureties and imort
gage of the piremises will be required.
Ui The Subscriber or his overseer will show
any of the above lands with pileneure to persdns
wishing to buy. Address, Leesville,S. C.
JOHN P. BATES, Trustee. -
Nov 17 4t 45.
EfThe Newberry Rising Sun will. please copy
three times aud forward bill to this office.
Desirable T o w n Residence
IOFFER for sale the HOUSE AND f.OT
where I now reside. Its location is central and
convenient and it is in good repair with everything
within and without doors necessary for the comfort
andl convenienee of a family R. T. MaIMS.
Oct 21 t'. . - 41
VALUABLE J$EAL ESTATE
T HE Subscriber bteing still desirous of making
Lachange in his business, offers at private
sale, his VALUABLE TR ACT OF L AND, located
on the p~ublie roadl, three miles fronm Edgefldh C.
H., and containing,
Fifteen hundred and forty.four Acres,
A minute description of these Lands is deemed
unnecessary-suffice it to say, they are well adapt
ed to thae culture of Cotton, Corn and smtall grain.
The place is well watered, every field containing a
sulieienev of running water, and a good supply of
most exc'ellentt .springs. It ha.., between two anda
tree hunadred act es of low grounds, together with
a large portion of fresht lands, eteared within the
last fotur or five years, ad ttow itn a. haigh .state of
cultiv: ti-n. A large ptortiont of thais Tract, abountds
in NATIVE F0R E ST, coveted with a hecavy
growth of tinmber.
Thte improvements are good-tl~c most of theo
buildings htave becen put up' int the last few years.
Att excellent op~portntity is now oliered to per
sons wishintg to purchase a splendcitd settlement.
Thle above land will be sol in a body, or if de
sired, I will dlividle it to snit purcasers. I will
take leasutre itn shonwi g thae land.
W Terms mt~ade easy and acottmodlating.
JOllN H. Iit)LLIN(GSWORLTI.
P'. S. I will also sell, my Villago ttnimtproved
Lots. adjointing thte (Jdd Fellows' &. Masotnic build
ing, and fronting the public square.
Sept 23 lit 87
Land for Sale,
TI H E Subscribers off r for snle the' ir VA LUA
IlLE~ PLANTATION situated on the Mar
tin Town Road, sixteen miles from lanmburg, lying
on [lorn's Creek, and containing
Mlore or less. The Planatation is well watet ed, fine
ly tin,:bered, and well adapted to thec raisintg'of
Cotton antd Grain. A good D)wellinag l''use and
all aecessary outbui'dinags are on the jremises.
TI c albove Tract adjoinas Inads of Dr. T. H.; Pat
t~isona, the Estate o1 Johna Jonecs, Maj. Gee. licswell,
atd Johna Mealintg.
7 For tertms antd other particu!ars apply to
Mir. A. J1. Mlathis on the place.
BEll ETTIA GETZEN,
Tvy Wsand. Oct 27 t__ f 4-2j
Plantation for Sale.
T1 H E subscrib~er offrers for sale hais platattion
j. cnatsaitintg about 60 A e r es, lying on
Beech Creek, ntear the Ridge Road.
There are ,wo Settlements on the [Land-one
goo.d Corn Mill, nearly new-about two hundred
acres iu cultivatio~n, part of which is very exeelh nt
Cotton land, and a small portion of rich swanmp,
well drained, and now in cultivation. Tho crop
will show its quality.
Thtere is an abundance of flne timber, plenty of
water in every field. and a publbe Road through thte
entire length of the Tract.
Sept 30 tf
Ridge Land For Male.
I .oller f..r Sale nmy V.\LUAIIIE COTTON
1PL ..o;TaTION, e..ntaininmg about Five
inn sdred Acres, hyintg on tihe Edlgeid and
Ont it is .t tints onet Story THouse, with basement,
and a pk~enty of o'ut buildings of every kind, all new.
And to every lield thtere is a good new gate well
paited, and a plenty of water; also, a plenty of
fine Grapes, an Orchard, Shrubbery &c., and an
abundance of fine timtber and good drintking water.
Call and examine-i know you will be ph-aased.
Sept. 30 tf 38
Aiken Livery Stable !
TI H Unudersigned are at all times prepared
.with good. I IOflSES, comfaurtable VI(Ii- 2 .
CLES and eareful DREIVERS, to convey Passen
gers fram A iken to Eidgefleld C. 11 , or elsew~ here.
Thtey wtill also, when de sired, send for and eon-- -
vey passentgere from other f~oints to Aiken. -.
GREEN & JUSE.:'
A iken. Nov 23 4t 46
T HE person who lost about Sixty Dollars, a
.year or two ago,between Vaueluac and Hat
cher's, can learn some facts pertaining to said loss,
whereby the owner nmay recover lia money by ma
king application to the subscriber, living near Rich
ardsons, on Red Bank.
Nov. 18t57 4t 43
N pursuanee of the provisions of the Will of
D10MEDE F. HOLLINGSWORTH, dee'd.
we will proceed to sell all that portion of the Estate
of the Tebtator directed In said will to be sold for
distribution amongst the legatees, therein named,
One Tract of Land
lying on hlorn's Creek, 16 miles above liamburg,
and about 14 miles from Edgefield, 0. U., on the
Martin Town Road, adjeining lands of George
McKie, the Estate of J. Jones and others. This
tract contains 1675 a--rem, more or less. The purcha
ser will abide by the loss or gain in the number of
'I he Eev-utwrs can sav with eenfidence. that this
is one of the m'ost VA LUABLE COTTON AND
CORN PLANTATIONS in Edgelield District,
surparsed in their judg-inent, by none on Horn's
Creek, a sectioln of the District well known to all
to be in it high degree, suited especially to the cul
ture of the
Several hundred acres of this tract are now in sie
cessful cultivation, a considerable part of which is
fredi and in a bilt state of improvement and til
lage. There are about 275 acres of native forest
the balanee not under cultivation, grown up old
fields, and if not entirely restor d to its original fer
tility, capable of producing front 1000 to 1200 lbs.
of cotton to the acre, and abounding in timber use
ful for plantation purposes.
There are on the premises, r conifoirtable resi
dence, overseer's house. and all necessary out-build
ings, including a Gin Mouse and Screw.
In the opinion of the present experi need over
seer, there are in this Tract low-grounds enough to
raise from six to seven thousand bushels of corn.
with an excellent system of drainage commenced
and already in succes4ul operation.
at the same time and place, we will sell between
55 and 60 valiunale Negroes. In this
gang, there are two goor wagoners. ene good ook,
and two excellent house women. We will also sell
at the same time and place.
3 ROAD WAGONS, 1 OX CART, 19 BEAD
OF NIULES AN) 11OltsS, A LOT OF
COWS AND CAILES. 40 OR 50
HEAD OF SilEEP,LOTOF FAT
NING AND STOCK HOGS,
1500 OR 2000
A LOT OF FODDER,
A LOT OF COTTON SEED,
consisting in tlarge part of Boyd's pro
lific, ONE GIN IEAD, LOT OF PLOUGH
110 ES and various other articles not necessary here
to be mentiuned.
The above Sales will be made at the Plantat;on
bove desetibed, on
Tuesday, the Sth December next,
A nd the day following if so much be neer ssary.
Tht-se desirous of purchash-g this valuable Tract
of Land are hereby no:ified, that it will be sold on
Tu, sday, the rth of December next, precisely at
half patt 10 o'clock, A. M.
We will also sell at the late residence of the Tis
tator. near Edgelield Village. ott TU ESDAY, TILE
15T11 DECEMBER NEXT,
Among thema one first rate Cok-a lot of Corn,
Fodder, Plantation Tools, one Two Horse
Wagon, one pair of Match Horses. a lot
of Cowsand Calves, lot of flogs, Fat
ning and Stock, one Carriage
and Harness, one Buggy
and Harness, Blacksmith Tools, one
Kiln of Burnt Bricks, and other articles
not here mentioned.
As to the LA~nd, on a credit of one and two years,
in equail annual instalments, with interest from
date. Purchasers to give bond with two ap.proved
sureties and a mortgage of the premises to secure
the purchase money.
The personal property will be sold on a credit of
twelvec months a-ih interest from date. Purchasers
of the personal property will be required to give
note with two approved sureties.
And in no case will the . e of thre property.
either real or personal, be changed util terms of
sle are complied with;t and all'persons. failing~ or
refusing to comply with 'id terms, thme property
bid oif' will be resold at the risk of thte former pur
ebaser. All sums of and uinder $20 Cusht.
All persons wishing to examine the land nbeeve
described will lelase call en. Mr. M. S. PA LM ER.
n thec premnise-s, who will take pleasure~in giving
them stm-h inrorma,:tiont as they may desire.
dJOIIN II. IIOL LINGSWORTiI, ?Ex'ors.
JOH NII. WA LKER.
Nov 4 St 43
Banorder from WV. F. Dur-isoe, Es-1., Ordi
mnrv ref Edgelieldl listrict. we will proceed
to sell ott TIIURSDA I', the 3d day of Deceebr
n:t. at the re-iaenee ot MIR S. MAIR TIHIA C.
STE VENS. dee'd., twelve meile-s Noirthe of Edge
field C. 1I.. ott the Cambridge road, the real nnd
~ersntal pioperty of said deceased, consisting oCf.
1,181 Acres of Valuable Land.
The Lanttd will be sold i:: three different parcels or
or Tracts, to wit:
Tract No. 1-7IIE IIO.MESTEA D, includ ing
the Mill Tret, contasinin i , n~ hi undredl and si.
(tt1) acres, motre Utr less, lying on Little~ Stevens'
reek, ;sdjuining lan ds of d-hinS. Smyl-y, WV. i I.
Odomt. Jaemes II. Allen, Lewis Bkedsoe anid others.
On tis tract there is a comfriiitarlele ] )velling uand
Oveseer's Ilouse, alt necessary outbuildings, and a
well of excellent wate-r. Also, a good Grist Mill,
entirely new, and a Gin llouse and Screw. Abou'
Two hundr-ed acres of this tract a now in success
ful cultivatioen, a conside-rable part of which is
creek antd branch bottoms.
Tract'No. 2, or RiCH ARDSON T R A C T,
contining Three hiundred anid seventy-five acres.
more o'r less, lying also ont Little Stevens' Creek,
adjoining lands oef Capt. Jas. F. Lowry, the liomce
stead Tratct, Lewis Bledssoe and othe-rs. Otn this
Tract there atre ito implrovemnents. Theire are sotne
thec or tour never fnitintg spr-ing, anid a beautiful
situatioen n -..he Cambridge toad for building, ore
this land. A bout one. hiundrced and litty acr-es ot
this tract are in euhivetiont, of which atbout one third
is creek arid branich boittomt.
Traet No 3, or MCCR ARY T RACT, containt
ing One hundred acres, mnore oer less, ;edjininitg the
hloerstead Tract. Capit. 1B. D~enn, Jnies II. Allen,
oody I1arris and others. Ott this tract is a spring
of never toiling water, and about sixty-five acre~s
under fence and nearly all fresh-the remaintder is
gfFor further particulars apply to William L.
Sevens on the premiises, whm wdll take ple sure im
sh irng tihe lands to any c-te wishtineg tee purchase.
Plats of l~and exhiblited on d:ay of sale, arnd will
be soldl pr-ecisely at ha:lf past It) o'clock, A. M.
ELEVEN I.KELY NEGROES,
Stock of Horses, Mules, Ceews, lloas and Sheep,
Plantation and Blacksmith Tools. Gin Head,
Household and Kitchen Fur-niture,
and other things not necessary to mention.
Tems of Sale -For all sums of an under $20
Cash. For all sums over $20 on a credit of twelve
months hrom day of rale. The purchaset will be
requird to give tnote with twoi app~irovedl seeutis'.
Titles not chatnged until the t-rm-siare comtiplied
vit. W. L STEVENS,
1t. .1. ST'EVlENS. ~eEx'ers.
Nov 11 --- 4t -- -14
BY1 an order from W. F. Dttrisoc, Esq., Ordina
Lry of Edgelleld District, I will pr3oceed to
sell at te late residence of Mrs. Martha C. Ste
vens, deceased, that portion of pt-operty belonging
to said deceased, consisting of a LAND WVAR
R ANT of One hundred and sixty acres, ONE NE
GRO0 WOMAN, one Barouch, the piresent Crop
consisting of Cotton and Catton Seed, Corn, Oats,
What, Fodder, Shutcks, and other things .too te
dios to mention.
This proper-ly will be sold ont tho 3rd day of Do
ct iber, prox.
Trs-For all sums of and under $20 Cash
ovet- that amount on a credit of twelve months
from day of sale. Thre pcurchtaser will lee required
to give notes wIt two apptroved securities. Titles
not changed until tire terms arc complied with.
W. L. STEVENS, Adm'or.
Nov 11 4- 44
B Y an order from W. F. Dnrisoe, Ordinary, I
will sell at Eedgefield C. 11., on the first Mon
day in Deccember next, a Negt-o man named
W ADE-a first ratte wagotier, about 22 years of
age-belonging to thte Estate of Rufus Holly, dec'd.
Terms, Cash. AMA NDA M. lOLLY,