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PRAZIER & SANDERS would respect
fully inform the citizens of Edgefield Dis
trict that they have just received from NEW
YORK, a YE RY FULL AND WELL SELECT
ED Stack of
M fiOOflS ill STAPH fi?ODS!
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Fancy Articles,
IS VARIED AND COMPLETE.
Ladies' and Misses BONNETS and HATS,
Trimmed and Untrimmed ;
RIBBONS and FLOWERS, all styles ;
Gentlemen and Boys' HATS of different styles,
including Leghorn and Panama ;
SH OES for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Misses ;
FINE BOOTS and CONGRESS GAITERS j
HOSIERY of every variety;
Black ead Blue CLOTH for Gontlemons' wear;
Fine DOESKIN and Fancy CASSIMERES ;
DR AP D'ETE, a superior article ;
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES;
Also, a A ell-selected line of
Stationery, Cutlery. Hardware.
Carpenters' and Blacksmith's Tools,
GARDEN IMPLEMENTS ;
HOES, SHOVELS, FORKS, Ac:
NAILS, 4d to 12d;
Horse SHOES and NAILS ;
CALF SKINS and SOLE LEATHER-;
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS, Ac*. .
A carefully-chosen Stock of DRUGS and MEDI
CINES, suitable for Farmers and Planters.
Medical Proscriptions put up by Dr. SANDERS.
,-E^We have ALL ARTICLES gonerally found
in a good and well-supplied Village Store.
Ey Our Goods hs ve been bought for CASH,
and will bo sold for CASH ONLY, at the VERY
Apr ll tf 15
Spring and Summer
Gr O OJD S !
THE Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of j
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS direct!
from Charleston,, consisting of
BROWN AND PLANTER'S LINEN,
BED TICK, &c.
Ladies, Misses and Men's HATS AND ;
Ribbons, Flowers. Wreaths, Plumes..
Gloves, Veils, Hosiery,
LA DfES, MISSES, MEX AXD CHILDREN'S j
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SADDLES, BRIDLES. GIRTHS, SURCIN
With mmy other articles too tedious to mention,
which will be sold at the lowest market price foi
B. C. BR VAN, Agent.
"~THE CAROLINA EVANGELIST,
A BAPTIST WEEKL Y PAPER TO BE
PUBLISHED AT ORANGE BURG, S. C.
THE Subscribers propose to commenco, in tb<
ear y part of Juae, the publication of >-'
BAPTIST WEEKLY, to be called " THE CARO
In addition to articles and ?toms of a denomi
national character, it is designed that it shall
contain Mading matter of general interest,
It will equal in size the "Confederate Baptist"
(lately published in Columbia), and will be en
larged, if tho subscription list should bc sufficient
ly increased to warrant the change. It will be
printed on good paper and in clear type.
Subscription price THREE DOLLARS PER
Those who are favorable to tho publication ol
the EVANGELIST, will please endeavor to ob
tain Subscriptions, and forward names of Sub
scribers, with thoir Postomces, to Orangeburg, S.
C., addressing either ol* toe undersigned.
B. W. WHILDEN,
Pastor of Orangeburg Baptist Church.
THAD. C. ANDREWS,
Publishor of The Carolina Times.
April 4_tf ?_U_
New Spring; Trimmings !
JUST rocoived, and for salo at Augusta retail
prices, a complete assortment of the latest
Stvles, and most desirable patterns of.
"Ladios* Dress and Cloak TRIMMINGS ;
BRAID, CORD, EDGINGS;
FRILLS, fancy and plain ;
Press BUTTONSMn groat variety ;
And many other articles too numorous to men
tion, at thc Edgefield Variety Store.
D. p. MCEWEN.
March 27 tf 13
Cigars and Tobacco
F THE very best quulity on hand by
JNO. R. CARWILE-A.CO.
Jan 30 tf 5
N HAND a supply of IO, 8 and 6 PENNV
NAILS. J. R. CARWILE A CO.
Jan 30 tf 5
Strayed or Stolen,
FROM the Suscriber on tho I3th inst., a bay
MARE MULE about two years old. She
had on s yoko when ?ho left. No marks recol
Any one taking up tho said Mulo and deliver
in? ber to toe at mr place, ll miles above Edge
field C. H., on the Abbeville road, will bo satis
fied for their trouble.
' - JABE MARTIN.
Apr 24 2t* 17
The State of South Carolina.
BY W. F. DURISOE,- Esquiro, Ordinary of
Whereas, Thoo. D. J. Howie has applied to
roe for Letters of Administration, on all and sin
gular the goods aud chattels, rights ano\ credits
of David Qoarles, late of the District afore
Kl Thoso are, therefore, to cito and admonish all
' and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary'? Court for the said District, tob?
holdenaiEdgi-fieldC. ?. on the 4th day of May
noxt, to show cause, if any, why the said
ad uinistration should not be granted.
Given undnr my t?"and and seal, this 20th day
of April in the year of our Lord one tbou
said eight hundred and sixty-six, and in th*
90 h year ?f Americio Independence.
W. F. DURISOE, O.E. D.
Apr 24 2t 17
State of South Carolina,
/.V Ole DI NARY.
BY W. F. DURISOE, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, James A. Doxier has applied to mo
for Letters of Administration, Ht boni* non, on all
und singular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of Sarah Cogburo late of the District
Theco ?-.re, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for tho said District, to be
holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 7'b day ol
May next, to show cause, if any, why tbe said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2-!?d dry
of April in' the year of our Lord ono thousand ,
eight huadrcd and Sixty-six, and in. tho 9uih,
year of the Independence o? tho United Slates
ol Anuri?*, " J
A&U n ni
DRY GOODS !
jrjRY G OO.DS!!
H, R RUSSELL & CO.
171 BROAD STRE13T, UNDER THE
IL F. RUSSELL, wi DAKIEL, J- J. RUSSELL,
Offer to tho public ono of tb arnott
BEAUTIFUL STOCKS OF GOODS
Ever brought to Augusta, which having been se
lected with great care, and bonght on the most
favorable terms, will be sotd very low. Our mot
to being "quick sales and small profits."
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS
We offer great facilities in
PRICE, QUALITY, and VARIETY.
Our stock of DRESS GOODS consists of
Black and Colored REP SILK?
Black and Colored CORDED SILKS
Ch joked and Striped SILKS
Black and Colored GINGHAMS
Breche Figurod GINGHAMS
Black and Colored TAMARTINE
Black, White aud Colored MOHAIR
Black and Colored IRON '3 A RE GE
Black and Colored CHALLIES
Bhck and Colored HERNANE
Black and White BAREGE S-4
Printed French CAMBRIC
Figured PER COLE
Figured PICQUET CLOTH
PARASOLS and FANS
lu COVERINGS we hava
Challo and Barege SHAWLS
Black, White and Colored LISLE THREAD
Black SILK SACKS, Long aHd Short
Black SILK CIRCULARS
LACE POINTS, etc , etc.
Our Stock of WHITE GOODS cannot be sur
passed, such ns
Nainsook and Mull MUSLIN
Irish LINEN . .
BIRD EYE DIAPER
Plaid and Striped NAINSOOK
PLAID and SWTSS
Our HOSIERY consists of
Ladies' best English
Ladies' Lisle Thread, plain and open work
Gents' Brown aud Bleached English
Gouts' Lisle Thread
Misses' and Boys'
Linen SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Cambric SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Laco SETS, COLLARS and CUFFS
Muslin and Linen COLLARS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
For Gents' wear
Mack French ?ROAD CLOTH
Ulack French DOESKIN CASSIMERE
Ulack Froncb DRAB
LINEN GOODS, plain and fancv
CRAVATS and COLLARS
Lisle Thread and Gauze UNDEK-VESTS
:?-4, 7-8, 4-4 Brown SHIRTING
.1-4, 7-S, 4-4 Bleached SHIRTING
j-4, 8 4. 10 4 SHEETING
PILLOW CASE LINEN
Brown and Bleached TABLE DAMASK
Crash, Huckaback and Russia TOWELLING
BED TICKING, GAUZE, FLANNEL
Etc., Etc. .
Aod in farcy articles, too numerous to mention,
.*e offer an ondless varioty. Everybody is invited
co call and examine our stock.
April 17 tf 16
JILES M. BERRY,
H. F. RUSSELL & CO.,
No. 173) Broad Street,
(UNDER AUGUSTA HOTEL,)
? take this mothod of informing my friends of
ridgefield, Abbeville, and adjoining Districts that
lam now in thc above well known House oj
IL F. RUSSELL & CO., the largost Wholesale
ind Retail Dry Goods Homie in the City of Au
gusta, and would respectfully solicit a liberal
share of patronage for the [firm.
I will bo pleased to havo toy friends favor me
with an early call, when I will lay before.thom,
at remarkably low figures, the most beautiful
stock of Goods ever on exhibition in this City.
The motto of this Houso is "Small Profits and
Country Merchants and portons buying to sell
a gain, cnn do well at this House.
Call and eeo me and I will make it to your in
terest. JILES M. BERRY.
Augusta, April 2, lm, ' 14
JOHN A. HODSTOX, W. E. Mi DD LIL TON.
HOUSTON & MIDDLETON,
No.,129 Broad St.,
RETAIL AND WHOLESALE
RESPECTFULLY announce to their friends ol
. Edgcfield and neighboring Districts that
they are now in receipt of a VERY LARGE and
SUPERIOR assortment of
EMBRACING EVERY ARTICLE in the line,
.md which we are offering at tho LOWEST PRI
Prompt and personal attention given to thc
sale of COTTON and COUNTRY PRODUCh
Ve will be pleased to soo our friends and tc
show them our Stock of Goods.
Augusta, Apr 10 *_lm 15
Good News from Mexico,
TUE Subscriber respectfully announces thal
be is prepared to do ALL WORK in tho
Coach Making and Repairing
\ All kinds .of REPAIRING done promptly
and warranted to give satisfaction.
He has also on band a large supply of Pine!
I Black Wal nut and. Mulberry COFFINS, neatlj
finished, which he is prepared to deliver in any
part af the District.
As bo bas to pay CASH for everything he bat
to ftuy, ho will require the CASH, or Kl eqniva
lent, on delivery of tho work.
Li borty Hill, Apr 2_ tf 14
OTICE it hereby given that a final settleman
ou the Estate of Capt. NATHANIEL BUR
TON. dee'd., will-be mnde in the Ordinary's Offici
on Tuesd?y, the 1st day of May :iexU All pur
.?ons indebted to said Estate aro requested to set
tie up immediately; und those having claim,
against said Estate are notified to present then
by or before that date, otherwise said claims wil
be barred. A. JONES, Ex'or.
Mar 12_v?_7t? ll
AL L person? bavin ir demands against the Es
tate of WYATT HOLMES, deceased, ara re
quested to present them duly titillated to the un
d r rsi <ned ; and those indebjHtd to said Estate wi]
plu'aso make immediate payment. - .
W. F. PRESCOTT, J
SWTATT L. somas. J W?
Jail 3D - A? ?
GRAY, MULLARKY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
228 BHOAJD STREET,
ARE NOW. PREPARED TO OFEER
HAVIP?G ON HAND OVER
Worth of Dry Goods,
Purchased Exclusi vely for Cash, since the late decline,
at Auction and Importers' Saie?, hy an Experi
enced Buyer, who is always in the
OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART AS FOLLOWS
Pkin Bla?k Gro's Silks,
Plain Black Glace Silks,
Colored Chine Silks,
Colored- Stripe Silks,
Colored Foulard Silks,
Black Crape Maretz,
Black and Colored Challiee,
Colored Crapo Maretz,
Pal De Ch?vres,
Plaid and Stripe Poplins,
Figured and Plaid Challies,
Printed Jaconet Mu?lics,
Black and White Organdies,
Plain Fronch Lawns,
Plain French Cambric,
Rich Lace Circular?,
Barege and Calif Shawls,
Lama Wool Shawls,
Black Grenadine Shawls.
India Long Cloth,
White and Col'd Tarletans,
Embroidered Curtain Muslins.
ES MBH.OIDH RIESS,
Jaconet Edgings and Inaertings,
Swiss Edgings and Insertings,
Jaconet and Swiss Bands',
Jaoonet and Swiss Setts,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Hem Stitcb Handkerchiefs,
Plain L. C. Handkerchiefs,
A LARGE STOCK OF IMPORTED LINENS.
Pillow Caso Linens, ?
Brown Table Damask,
84,10-4,124 Bleached Table Damask,
Napking and D'.Oylies, . .
Turkish Bath Towels,
Brown Huckaback Toweling,
Bleached Huckaback Toweling,
Bird's Eye Diaper,
Irish Linen Fronting,
Linen Shirts Fronts,
Brown Linen Drills,
Brown Linen Duck,
White Linen Drills, *
White Linen Duck,
Fancy Linen Coatings.
20 Cases American Calicoes,
10 CUBCS Imported Calicoes,
New York Mills,
Jamia* Steam Mills, '
And other favorite brands Long Cloth,
9-4", 104,114 Sheetings, best qualities,
Pillow Case Cottons,
11-4,424 Marseilles Quilts,
?1-4, 12 4 Lancaster Quilts,
Domestic Scotch Ginghams,
Stripes and Apron Checks,
Cotton?tics and Nankeen Checks.
Black Fronch Broadcloths,
Black French Cassiineres,
Black French Doeskin,
Fancy Cassi mere?.
A COMPLETE STOCK OE
To Merchants visiting this market we offer
Great Inducements, haying a complete assort
ment in Every Department.
,GRAY, RB ULLA R KY * GO.,
228 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
i aa r . ;
A* Ti GRAY,
J. W, TURLEY?
A. T. G-R?.Y &. .
. . V..
AT. THE OLD STAND OF ff. H. HICKMAN, 1 .-v.,
242 Broad Street,
Beg to announce that tbiy can be found at the u
........ - ;.ro<r3?j Ml .,?.'-..>: J
SPACIOUS ?TORE ?;
Lately, occupied by H. H. HICKMAN,
Where they are prepared to.offer to the public an ELEGANT and COMPLETE
STAPLE AND TANGY MY ?
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, BQ?P SKIRTS, &q., &?.
Dne of the partners will reside in New York, devoting his entire attention to the
SELECTION OF OUR SUPPLIES,
And we are now daily receiving NEW GOODS at
CONVINOIISrGLY LOW PRICES,
PUR CHASED FOR CASH,
At the Great Auction Sales in New York, and
TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CENT.
And in some instances
? . -5*
FULLY ME HALF LESS TRAN THEY COULD BE PURCHASED FOUR
WEEKS AGO. ; ~
These are superior advantages, which we will at all times share with our Customers.
And all others in want of Dry Goods,
Should not make a single purchase before visiting our Establishment.
Augusta, April 2,
A. F. GRAY & CO.
FOR SPRING & SUMMER.
At Tempting Prices !
THE Subscribor is now receiving a CHOICE
and WELL ASSORTED Stock of
Domestic and Foreign Dry Goods,
-Consisting in part of
Brown SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, DRILLS
Bleached Cotton SHEETINGS, Billow CASING
Bleached Linen SHEETINGS, Tablo DIAPER,
NAPKINS aud TOWELS;
DRAP DKETTE, COTTONADE, Linon DUC and
DRILLS for Men and Boy's woor;
PRINTS and GINGHAMS ;
Printed LAWNS, Jaconet and Or^nndie MUS
Whito Juconot, SUisB, Mull and Nainsook MUS
LIN, Plain, Checked and Striped ;
Linen Cambric, Heuistiched and Embroidered
LACES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, HOSIERY and
MOURNING DRESS GOODS;
CLOTHING FOR MEN and BOYS, for Spring
and Sommer wear;
SHOES-for Ladies, Gents, Boyfty Girls and tho
BONNETS-Ladies and Misses, and Infant's
Men's, Boys and'Childrcn's HATS.
-Aleo, a good assortment of
Hardware, Crockery, China and Glass
Ware, Groceries, Saddles, Bri
dles, Buggy Harness,
?ic., Ate., &c*
This Stock of Goods was selected in New York
after the late decline'in prices, and will be sold
FOR CASH ONLY,
At prices to snit the most economical.
JAS. B SULLIVAN,
At the Old Stand.
M?r 27 4t 1*
A. J. PELLETIER,
Oilers to the citizens of Edgefield And ad
joioing District? a FINE ASSORTMENT
"DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
[Anil Fancy Goods for the Toilet.)
TO BE nAD AT nio DRUG STORE,
HAMBURG, S. C.
Nov. 18 6m 47
grocer and Commission
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHE|jfrE,
FLOUR, RICE, BUTTER,
TOBACCO, RAISINS, SARDINES,
YARNS, ?kc, Axe.
WINES & LIQUORS
lu Barrels and Boxes.
Fifty linds. Choice Bacon.
Together with a fall assortment of every article
tb bo had in Wholesale and Retail Grocery estab
Augusta, Nov 20 6m 47
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of FELIX
E. BODIE, doe'd., aro earnestly requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
demands against said estate are required to pre
sent them by the 1st June, properly attested, or
said claims will bo herrod.
ARIEL ABLE, ) .
L. K. BODIE. ;AaoM?
March 7 .->- . 3m* 16
It is Well Known,
TnAT D. P. McKWEN sells the best COF
FEE, TEAS, SUGAR, and all kinds of
FANCY GROCERIES at Augusta prices.
AU kinds of Canned Goods, such ?a Dudley'?
COVE OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, OREEN CORN,
GREEN PEAS, TOMATOES, STRAWBER
RIES. PEACHES, ?o.j always on hand at the
THIS WRINGER has again taken the FIRST
PREMIUM in the Great Fair of tbo Ameri
can Institute-i -, has also taken the FIRST PRE
MIUM at the State Fairs of New York, Vermont,.
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan.: Indiana, Illinois,
Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Couneoliout River
Valley Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, and?at most
of the County and Institute Fuira throughout the
Over 200,000 have boon sold and aro now in
uso in the Uni tod States, and ice.never heard of ]
one that toa? not liked.
The UNIVERSAL is snporior (o all other
Wringers, in having lanje rolls of solid India
Rubber, so protrctod by strong cocwnr.Kt.9 that
they cannot slip or break loon from the ?haft. Its
strong wood lrame oannot be broken, and does
not ru*t. or ?oil the cloth?. Every Universal
Wringor ii WARRANTED.
We select a few testimonials from persons
widely known tc the public, who speak from ac
tual experience, abd are above suspicion of mis
" My family would as soon give up tho cooking
stove as thc CLOTHES WKKCCKR. It cannot be tao
highly recommended.-[Solin Robinson.
" This is thc Crat -Wringer I have found that
would stand tho servico required of it."-[J. P.
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
f We think tho Machino wren KOBE TIIAJ? rays
ron iTSKU' KVWV vein itt TUE SA.VI.NU PF GAR
MENTS.. We think it important tho wringersbould
be fitted with COGS/'-[Orango Judd, Editor of
"I heartilycommend it to economists of timo,
money and contsntatenL"-[Tho Rev. Dr. Bel
Larg? Wringer, ?? A " 912,00
.Medium ?* ?B" 10,00
Doty's Washer, Faintly Size, 14,00
" " Hotel ?? . 18,-Otf
Merchants or good canvassers can make money
rapidly selling them in every t?wn.y Exclusive
sale guaranteed and libera! terms given to res
ponsible parties who first apply. Descriptive Oir?j
ctiiar and terms sent free.
Tho celebrated DOTY'S.CLOTHES WASHER,
Wbi?h hus just taken the first premium at tho.
great Fair of tho American Institute, is also sold
by the undersigned.
K. C. BROWM Vfi.
No. 817, Broadway, New York.
Fob 21 10m 8
Shady HUI S?lect Sch?n!.
MRS. WM. GOODMAN will open ath?r rcsi.
dence, on the 16th, a SELECT' SCHOOL"!
FOR GIRLS. Terms for a Session of Thirteen'
Weeks, $5 for the lowest class, and $6 for those
nore advanced. Plain Sewing and Needle Work
tan jrbt gratia.
. j Late Cadhier Sank ofil&mburg. . C
M?OT?ES S SjtfJS,/
Cotton Factor ? Gommissicm -
i! CHAB4<B?^t, gt^M. ,i ?Ut: >a
SALE "OP C.QTJON, LUMBER.AND
OTHER COtTOTRY PRODUCE. 4*
C?arle?lotJ, Ja? 1 ><>?V",*JP~?.u*> j . ty
fd J 7G East Bay,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Wholesale D?a?ers itt
GROCERIES & PRGVJSIOJiS,
Wilt Rive prompt -and pc non al attention to all
ord ?rs entrusted to their care. ,...
? 'Jin 2,4 ,. 3tn,. , , ? j .
8TI|V*STBB C??iit. ' "Mst: H> Jo?'p?bal -,ttA
CAHILL & C0.;
WHOLESALE GROCERS ?
Commission Merchant^ 1
NO. ?85 EAST BAY?
CofnorofLoagi Alley, : -
C?IAPJL.E8TON, SS. O.
1 . ..-i, -.tv)
Office in New York, ?1 Courtlandt Street.
Feb 13' 3m 7
GEO, W, WILLIAMS & CO,,
TATO, i fi.aa.ci 3 r[ayr.o Qt.?
CH ABLEST ON, S. G.,
KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment of
GROCERIES, and will coll them at th?
lowest prices possible in this market.
They will receive and -anil on Consignment
COTTON and o the r PRODUCE, and will ad vaneo .
liberally on Cotton cuniigneci to their Honte, or
td?; . . ' : i ?a -a* V .'? . \
WILLIAMS, TA Y H?H & CO.,
14? HaTddn JLane,
Jan 25 j 3rr, - ?jj
D. F. FtEMM I GO.
Wholesale Dealers jj
Q HAYNE STKEET,
Corbet:of Church Street,
Having Resumed Business,
AT THEIR OLD STAND, 2 HAYNE-STREET,
CORNER CHURCH ST., ARE NOW RECEIV
ING A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
Which will bo Bold at the LOWEST MARKET
The Patronage of former friends and the pub
lie ii respectfully solicited.
D. P. FLEMING,
SAM'L. A. NELSON,
. c JAS. M. WILSON.
Charleston, DJC 25 tf 52
CORNER QUEEN & MEETING. STREETS,
CHARLESTON, ST. C.
THIS POPULAR AND WELL KNOWN
HOUSE is now fully open for the reception
of visitor*, ba vin ft bet*n refurnished with NEW
and ELEGANT FURNITURE THROUGHOUT,
and offers to the traveller accommodations and
conveniences as a. FIRST CLASS HOTEL cot
to be equalled by any North or South.
Tho patronago of the travelling public is re
Rates of Board por day $ J,00 ; Ratea per month
as may be agreed on. ,.. -
JOS. PURCELL, Proprietor.
CLarloston, Feb 21 tf 8
Corner Meeting and Hazel Sta.,
CHARLESTO N, 3. C. . . .
RATKS OP BoATtn PRU DAT./..$3,00
II. L, BCTTEBFIELl),
Mar 27 if 33
Tais: Assessor's Notice.
IWILL be at the time and pl4c.es hereinafter
mentioned te make the Assessment on tho Au- .
sesfablo property of the District, consisting of.
Lands, Lot?, Lands and Buildings in*Towns and
Villages, Manufacturers, SpiritUQu's Liquors, Cot
ton, Turpentine, Ac. ,1
Liberty Hill, v Wednesday 25th " .
Sha'tterfleld, . . Thursday 2Cth. " ' '
RoundtreeVStore, -Friday, 27th' ' "
Pleasant Lone, Saturday, 28th "
Meeting Street,. Monday, SOih "
Mrs. Allen's, Tuesday,' ' 1st May
Dr. J >hn MobleyV, Wedne.?day, 2d
Mrs. Norri?*, Thurrdwy? 3d [j ?,
Goorgo Addy's, Same evening, 3o'clk.
Mrs. Gibson's, Friday, ". 4th May.
Mt. Willing, Saturday, 5th ?
Mickler's, Monday,- 7th ?
Hulet'a Store, Tuesday, 8th "
Perry's, Wednesday ita ? ,
Coleman's X Roads, Thursday, ? 1 Otb. ?
Richardson's, Friday, Uta *
Mrs. Culbreath'B, Saturday, 12th ? ?ls
Coopers ville, Monday, . 14th g .
A. Kemp's, ; Tuesday. IRth ' *
Dorn'a Mille, Wednesday 16th "
i Edgefi.-ldC._H. Thuraday, 17th f
After which time my, ASPC??ment book? will clot;.
' Persons making returns will'bear Ihtnlna fttV
retorna most be made with reference to the fi nt
Books open at 10 o'clock, A. M., and clqte at 4
o'clock, P. M. ' "?" _
J BEN J. ROPER,
Tax As'sessbr Edgefield Dist.' "?>
Mar 21 tf 13 -,
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DILTRICT, ' }: 1 '?-}
John Donny, Adm'or.-, Plaintiff, ")
Nancy Rotton and others, Def'ts. J
BY an Order from the Ordinary, I ?shall pto?
'ceed to 'ioli at Edgefield fj. II.,, on th? .first
Monday in May next,- for Partition, the ?EAL
ESTATE of DAVID X. ROTTON, dee'd.; vii : '
TRACT NO. ONE, (tho Homestead.) lying and .
being io the District and S ute aforesaid,-iajsjajjp.
od by lands of Mrs. Unity Smith, Elijah Watson,
jr., M. McCarty, ?ndnthor?, containing One Huh
drcd and Sixty (160) Acres, mere or leas. - 1
And TRACT NO. TWO, br.nnd.ed by LanSt of
.Jacob Lagron?, M. McCarty, Mrs U. Smith, and !
others, containing One Hundrcd.anc Sv?on (107)
Acres, more or less.
TERMS.-The above Traets ot Land w??l be
sold on a credit until tba first day of December
next, on which day possestTou will he p?vcrr
of Tract Nord, Possession ci fen. immediately; of -
Tract No. 2.,dTurcha>ers to^iv? Bondjwith goof
securities, and-a Mortgage 4b the OrtRnnry to
soeuro tho purchase money. Cnft.1 ta be paid in
cash in specie, and' to pay for tides ex^ra.
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