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cnco is irresistible that, in the course of circulation,
it could not have bee subjected to
a much less continued friction than that of
' 30years, which would bring rtsto ihe eventful
period of the Great Rebellion, when nu.
merous concealments of coin and treasure
took pice, which the unfortunate owners
were not always allowed, by the fortunes
of war, or other disastrous contingencies,
me opportunity 01 regaining. In the present
instance, the trifling- amount of the
4< treasure-trove" leads us to suppose that
the concealment might be rofenvd to the
industrous husbandman or thrifty house,
Antiquities discoverer in Asia Minor.
?A letter from Constantinople slates that
at the end of April a number of ariicles, in
?old and silver, were discovered not far below
the surface of the ground, at the town of
Liepsic, the ancient Lampsarus, in Asia
Minor. Among those objects, which are
supposed to have been employed in theicorship
of Diana,, arc 40 silver spoons with
square handles, and much larger than those
USftd ill in: di?ri! dsivs * n funw'n huat
? J ~ : " * ? ?nates
each handle, and the word Artemis,
one of the names of Diana, perceptible on
several of them ; each weighs about 750
grammes?a round salver, nearly four feet
in diameter, weighing 37 kilogrammes 540
grammes, having the figure of woman engraved
on if, with a fox, a peacock, and a
parrot near her, and two lions at her feet,
with a child riding on ftieh?a large silver
dish with six angels, having on it two female
heads engraved?a silver rod up- j
wards of six feet long,' composed of four J
pieces soldered together? four large silver
goblets with massive, handles?a large sil
vcr cylindrical vase, upwards of throe feet i
high on three feet, adorned with arabeques j
?a silver flambeau, three fret high?a
necklace in gold, of fine workmanship, j
weighing 450 grammes in it were set 40 |
large pearls, but thry crumbled into dust on
deinnr touched. The Turkish Government
has sent agents agents to have the surrounding
Length of Human IIaik.?Ti.e ordina- |
ry length of the hnir of the head, ns deduced
from its measurement in woman, ranges between
twenty inches and a yard, the lutter
being "ConsiJero 1 usually lonir. Hat in
sonic instances (he length is much greater;
as in case ofa lady in whom I am informed,
it iucnsarcs two yards, and !ri!s on the
ground when she stands orect. When,
however, hair is kept closely shaved, it ap- |
pears to become persistent, and at the same
times increases in strength and bulk. It
fra* been calculated by a curious investigator,
(Withof,) that the hair of the beard
grows at the rate of one line and a half in
the week ; this will give a length of six rnch* ;
es and a half in the course of a year, and i
for a man eighty years of age, twenty-seven ;
feet which have fallen before the edge of :
the razor. Such an amount of growth ap- |
pears in no wise remarkable, when we learn
from Eb!e that in the prince's court at Eidatn
there is a full length painting of a car- |
' penter whose beard was nine feet long, so j
lha?, when engaged at work, he was obliged I
to carry it in a bag ; and that the bnrgomei- j
ster, Hans Stoming?m, having upon one occasion
forgotten to fold up his beard, trod
upon it as he ascended the staincase leading
to the council chamber of IBrunn, and
was thorefore thrown down and killed. i
XVolson on the Skin.
THB HOME EDUCATION OF GIRLS.
We are not a bachelor, but have attained
to the state of double bltssedness; and n< t
only to, but honofs of this respectable position
have been since advanced biennially
in regular geometrical progression. We
may, therefore presuma upon a right to
spealcof the Home Education of young girls
and young ladies. Now it is our deliberate
belief that the course of female education at
the presentt'ay, is radically defective; the
great end, being, not' to makg intelligent,
useiui, anu agreeable members ot society,
but fine ladies. From the time the child
leaves the nurse's arms till it blossoms into
womanhood, all efforts, in tar too many eases,
are directed solely to this result. The
cultivation of the affections; the discipline
of the mental powers ; and a practical and
thorough preparation for actual duties, are
< ^ too generally esteemed of secondary importance,
compared with the external graces
which are to make a figure in society.?
And weak, fond mother.*, never feel sa gratified
as when their daughters are able to
exhibit-the airs and flaunt in the plumage
of fashionable fine ladies. If the world in
vvmcu young udies are altcrwards to move,
were an ideal world, as many of them seem
to imagine,-~if womanhood brought with it
no cares; if friends were alwnys to smile,
and (latter, and caress, and life had no stern
realities,?then all this might be well enough.
But it is not so. And to many a one the
spell, which at this blissful period promised
but golden blessings in the future, has been
abruptly broken, only to reveal to them, in
the bitterness of grief, how poorly the ideal
qualified them to enforce the actual.
The silliest of all notions that everentered
i^the minds of ydung ladies and of their
'tnammns, is, that it is disreputable to be ae*
?uftinted with any habits of useful industry,
n this country, at least, wh< re few parents
c^ti bequeath to their daughters, large fortunes
; and where few husbands can support
them in idleness, this, of all others, is
J|||'themp8iridiculou8phantasy. There ia
W certainly no reason in the nature of things,
! why young ladies should not betrained to
industrious habits in such duties as are fittii^gl.Y
theirs, than there is that young men
phou'ld not. Yet rn^Py mother?, who are
fully aware of Uie absurdity of bringing up
their sons in idleness, wear out their own
lives in willing slavery, that their daughters
may have the fashionable acquisition of
not knowing any useful employment.
This is short-sighted and mistaken tenderness.?If,
then, daughters arc left with- j
out supporters, will this tender nurturing j
avail to feed, and clothe, and protect them? i
Or, in a more fortunate event, will it give i
the foresight, the pruudence, the skill which '
.1 _ j a i ? r . * - ? 1
me cuues 01 maiurer lilc demand ? Depend
upon if, fair readers, however much i
more accomplishments may commend to the !
; admiration of the flatterers, yet few sensi- !
| hie men want wives merely as ornaments i
: to their household establishments, but ns !
companions and help-mates in the duties
1 and cares which inevitably devolve upon
j What is there in the habits ol industry
. that need necessarily affect unfavorably the j
accomplishments' of a young lady? Any ;
thing tliat should make them think meanly, |
i or act unworthy '( Any thing that should!
! produce rudeness of conversation, or awk- j
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: n aiuuu.^d Ui lll?l II llt^l 3 J ^vny llllllg inui I
j should in any degree, blunt their perceptions !
; of what is correct in taste, or becoming in
, conduct ? No, nothing?assuredly nothing,
j Let them, then, learn to Unit and sew, 10
| bake and wash, and cook dinners, and darn
| stockings and all other arts of accomplished 1
housewifery. It will impart to them a vi- j
I gor of constitution; an elasticity and grace \
! of movement; and a bloom of health that |
are a thousand times more endearing than j
the soft and sickly dtlicacy which is nurlu-!
red in luxurious idleness.
Chicago Cavalier. !
Married, in Charleston, on the 12th inst. !'
by Bishop Capers, Mr. LEONARD CHA- :
PIN, to Miss SARAH, daughter of the j
Rev. George Moore.
O* A Public 31<?ctiug will bo held at j
Loundsville 011 Thursday, the 2d day of September
next, respecting tho improvement of Savannah j
river. Those friendly to the object of the meeting,
| and also the citizens generally, are invited to attend.
! The meeting will be of interest, and several ?d- j
dresses mav be cvnerteil mi ?lir> nooncinn
| aug 18 W. R. Sanders, Sec'ry. of Com. j
i ?As I ?.vil! bo nhsent from tho j
Viiiago for the space of two months, thoso who j
have work in my shop, can get it by applying to |
H. A. Jonks, Esq. E.S.BAILEY. J
Abbeville C. 11., Aug 11 24 tf j
(LIT Although I havo declined, attending to a
Ware Ilouso, I still continue tho Coilflmission
Business >n this place ; and havo safo .Mid convenient
storage room for Goons to bo Received
mill r OR WARD, COTTON, 1'I.OUR, U.VCON, &.C. <&C.
Cotton consigned to mo will bo stored on the
most advantageous tonns,..or sold on arrival, as
may be directed.
Consignments of Cotton and other Produce, of
Merchandise to be forwarded, and Orders for
the purchase of Goods respectfully solicited.
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg, July 21, 1847. 2l-3m
Tho Edgefield Advertiser will please copy.
Neatly aud Expeditiously Exccutod at tho office ;
? OF T1IE
f Abbeville Baunei'.
2ND. RRIRADR. Inlw O TP47
* The following'Regiments will
? Parade for Review and Drill, nt
Kg the times and places as follows,
The Gih Regiment of Infnntry
at Lomax's on Saturday the'I8th
of September next.
The 8th Regiment of Infantffif
J ry at , on Tuesday the
uLl 2lst of September.
Uy The 9lh Regiment of Infnntry
^TLii . Lowe's, on Saturday the 25th
The 7th Regiment of Infantry at the Old
Wells, on Tuesday the 28th of September.
The 1 Oth Regiment of .Infantry at Rich*
! ardson s on Thursday the 30th of September.
The Commissioned and non-Commission'
od Officers will assemble at their respective
Parade grounds on the day previous for drill
By order of the Commandor-in-Chief,
P. H. BRADLEY,
Brigadier Gen'l. 2d Brigade S. C.M.
W. W. Belcher, Brigade Major.
Edgefietd Advertiser copy six times.
Aug 18 SJ5 4t
The subscriber offers for sale hia PLANTATION
and MILLS, situated on Rocky River, four miles
above Loundesville, in ono of tho healthiest sections
of Abbovillo District. The Plantation, containing
about 460 acres, is in good repair, most of
it strong, productive land. The mills are a Corn,
Wheat and Saw Mill, all in successful operation.
Tho water power is not surpassed by any in tho
surrounding country, being suffioient fbr all manufacturing
purposes, and possessing the rare advantage
of not being materially affected by either high
or low water. All who may wish to make such a
purchase, are. requested to call and examine for
thomselveei JAMES L LESLY.
July 14 20-tf
House and Lot for Sale*
_ _ Thfl Mm I proi nrnnH intanrlinn
Mmove West this fall, offers for sn)e
his HOUSE and LOT, situated in the
village of Due West Corner, on which
is a large and comfortable Two-story Dwelling,
with a number of separate rooms intended for
boardings I Will also sell a large portion of the fu&
niture to the purchaser, if desired.
Also-~ell persons indebted to the late firm of E.
&. J. W. Agnew? by note or open, account, aro?requested
to settle the same against the 15th of September
next, as I am desirous to dose up my business
before I leave. JAS. W. AGNEW.
r Due West Corner, July 14' ' v20-tf
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East Tennessee University.
Tho next collcgiato year of this Institution will
cominnnco on tho 15th day of October. Tho Faculty
consists of six officers. Tuition in tho Collegiate
Depurtment is $15; in tho Preparatory
and English Departments, $10 per session. Board,
ing in tho Public Hall is $1.25, in private families,
1-50 per woek. The ontiro annual expense, ini
eluding clothing and boarding in vacation, need
not, with Klrict economy, exceed $150. The locality
is exceedingly healthful, and has proved po- |
cuiiuuy no 10 hiuucins iroin uio South. JL'or lur- |
ther information seo Catalogue, which may be cx- |
aminod oil the ofllee of tho Clerk of the County j
Court of this county, or be had on application by :
letter to the President of the University.
D. A. DEADERICK, j
Secretary of the Board of Trustees. i
Kuoxvillo, Aug. 25 2G 3t
Attention Loundsville Troops ! j
You nro hereby required to appear at i
your regular parade ground on Saturday the j
4th September, next armed and equipped as j
the law directs, for drill and inspection. A 1
punctual attendance is expected.
I5v order of Capt. T. VV. Gantt
B. G KEEN. O. S.
Aug. 25. 2G 1 \v
The Daily National Whig,
Is published in the cilv of Washington, every
day nt three o'clock, P. M., Sundays exc< p- ;
ted, and served to subscribers in the City, ut '
the Navy Yard, in Georgetown, in Alexan- !
drin, and in Baltimore the same evening, at I
6.J cents a week, payable to the sole agent of
the Whig, G. L. Gilchrest, Esqr, or his order.
It is also mailed to any part of the Uni- j
trd States for ?'4 per annum, or $2 for 0 ,
months, payable in advance.
Tile National Whig is what its name indi- !
cates. It spooks the sentiments of the Whig 1
party of the Union on every question of pub- i
lie policy. It advocates the election to the ;
Presidency of Zaehary Taylor, subject to the |
decision of a Whig National Convention. It i
makes vvar to the knife upon all the measures !
and acts of the Administration deemed to be!
adverse to the interests of the country, and
exposes without fear or favor the corruptions
of the party in power. its colurns arc open ;
to every man in the country, for the discus- i
sion of political or :my otlier questions.
In addition to politics, a largo space in the j
JNatioiiitl Whitj will be devoted to publica- j
tions upon Agriculture, Mechanics, and other .
useful arts, Science in general, Law, Modi- j
Pino fs f !> t ictioa &7 r* ( 1 hm /lrt :
^VKVIWVIWO) W'? X^IIUIUC cpvuiilllTIIS UI |
American and For-ign Literature will also ;
be given, including Reviews, <fcc. A weekly j
list of the Patents issued by the Patent Office j
will likewise be published?ihe whole forming |
a complete family newspaper.
Tin; Weekly National Whig, one of the J
largest newspapers in the United Stales, is '
made up from ihe columns of the Daily Na- I
tional Whig, and is published every Saturday !
tor the low price of $2 per annum, payable in i
advance. A double sheet of eight pages will '<
be given whenever the press of matter shall !
justify it. j
The Memoirs of G jn^ral Taylor, written .
expressly (pr the National Whig, are in course j
of nublieation. Tlinw pnmmpimu/l ti.? i
? ?J Vw,,..??V>..VV V4 Ultll bllU j
6ccond number, a large number of copies of
which have been printed, to suppiy caiia for
CHS W. FENTON,
Proprieler of ihe. National Whig.
Aug. 25, [Prs. bill !J5>20] 26 Cm
Tlie State of South Carolina.
Sarah Kennedy, v. Margaret Kennedy,
Elizabeth Kennedy^ al.
By order of t fie Court of Common Pleas
tome directed, I will sell on Sale-day in October
a TRACTof LAND containing THREE
HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES, more
j or less, commonly known as the HOME
I mn a nm i -
j. iwviy i, lying on Liong ijane Ureek and |
Bold Branch about 12 miles South of the vil- j
lage of Abbeville.
Terms.?To be sold on a credit of twelve
months, the purchaser to give security and
mortgagcof the premises, the costs lo be paid
A. C. Hawthorn, Sh'fF.
Aug. 18th 1847, 6\v 26,
Whereas James Purdy, makes suit to me to
grant him letters of Administration on the
estate of Nancy Purdy deceased.
These are therefore to cite the kindred
and creditors of tllfi In nnnnnr Ko
me in Ordinary on the 1st Monday
in September 1847 to show cause why
said Aministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 20th Aug. 1847.
DAVID LESLY, O. A. D.
All persons indebted to tho estate of Sarah E.
Child, lato of Abbeville District, dcconsod, are requested
to mako payment; and those to whom tho
estato is indebted to present their demands, properly
attested, for payment.
PATRICK H. EDDINS,
Adm'r. with Will annexed.
July 14, 1847. 20-4w
Valuable Lands for Sale.
Will be sold, at Abbeville C. H., on Sale Day in
September next, in two separate tracts, that part
of the Real Estate of the late Thomas W Williams,
deo'd., situate on the waters of Rocky river, near
Loundesville, Abbeville District, each tract consisting
of about eight or nine hundred acres, the plots
and surveys of whieh will be exhibited en the day
A credit of one and two years wilt be given,with
interest from day of sale.
Purchasers will'be required to give-bond and approved
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Possession will be given at the cloea of tho preRont
year. MAT. J. WILLIAMS, Ex'or.
July 14 20-8t
Valuable Property for Sale.
Will bo sold, on Sale Day i?
October next, at public out cry,
! 5! Ek unless previously disposed of, the BRICK
JBflHDLEUIIxDlNO^ oa the main-street, in the
nftki. -:il / - 1.. J I '-I?
. ivvvv* w? Mlio YlliagCf lUiUIOII^ UW1IOU Uy ilUMIl
Wilson, dec'd. This building is two. stories high and
in good repair, with the necessary out buildings,,
ana a fine well of water upon the lot.. The lot contains
about five acres.
For farther information, and the terms, persons
wishing to pur case will apply to Dr. I. Branch or
A. J. Weems.
Abbeville C. H., July 21 21-llw
Special Notice. I
All pcreous indebted to nio, aro required to Bottle,
on or before the first of November nnxt.
J. W. CRAWFORD.
Cold Spring, Pendloton, Aug 18 25 4w
Abbeville Sheriff Sales.
j?y virvue 01 suuury wrus oi 1*1. JtA. to 1110 direc- I
tod will be sold ou wio first Monday in Soptomber' j
1 Negro girl,-Julia, levied on as tho property of
John R. Worthington, adp. F. W. Davis and \V.
Terms Cash. A. C. HAWTHORN,Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Aug. 14, 18-17.
Wan. Kctcliam & Co.
Have rem? ved their stock of Dry Goods to
the store under the American Hotel, (late
Hubbard's where it is their purpose to keep
a full assortment of
American, Frcucli and English
Wc would take this opportunity to return our
thanks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on ns for the last
six yearn, and would solicit a continuance of
Wo would also invite all persons buying
Dry Goods in Hamburg, who are not already
011 our list of customers, to give us a trial.
Our slock will consist of a much larger and
more general assortment than we have heretofore
kept. We will nl> o continue to keep
our usual assortment of CAR PETTING,
OIL CLOTH, FLOOR MATTING.
BONNETS," and L-idies' and Childrcns'
N. B.?Just received a full assortment of
all numbers of DUTCH BOLTING
CLOTHS, which, together with all articles
in our line, will be sold as low as they can be
procured in Hamburg or Augusta,
W M. KETCH AM & CO.
Hamburg, Aug II 24 If
To The Public."
The undersigned would respectfully announce
(o Travellers and persons visiting Hamburg,
that he has tnken for a term of years, the HOr
TEL, long known as HUBBARD'S AMERICAN
HOTEL, which it is his purpose to
keep as such a House should bo kep?, and will
o:ily promise to all who favor him with a call,
that he will do all in his power to please; and
where as much Comfort and Q,uiet muy be
expected ?3 can be found at any Public House.
A s.o-..r..l ...wl T-J ~ ~. i? ...:n I?
I& VUM.IIII UIIU UbLUIIViVU Aiuauci Will uu
kept,, constantly in the Stable, and Horses
shall be attended to in a way that shall givo
A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited.
YVM, KETCH AM.
Hamburg, Aug II 24tf
The undersigned returns her most grateful
acknowledgments for the liberal patronage
long bestowed upon her, and takes great pleasure
in recommending to her friends and for-*
mer patrons, Mr. WM. KETCH AM, in
whose management of the House she has the
utmost confidence, and would solicit for, him a
continuance of their favors.
WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
No. 30 North Fourth Street,
Have for the supply of Booksellers, Country
Merchants and others, a large and complete
assortment of BOOKS, STATIONERY,
and FANCY ARTICLES.
H. &, T. are the publishers of School and
Standard Books, Manufacturers of Blank
Books and most of the articles of American
Stationery ; and keeping also a handsome assortment
of FOREIGN FANCY STAs
TIONERY, thev are enabled to offer extraordinary
inducements to purchasers, in the
I prices, variety, and extent of their stock,
j Having recenMy become the Commission
i Agents of some of the most extensive Paper
Maker.8, they can offer to wholesale or retail
dealers and to printers and binders, LETTER.
CAP, LEDGER, WRITING and
PRINTING PAPERS, at very low prices.
Thev will also keen ronstantlv nn har?rl n
stock of WALL, WINDOW, & SCREEN
PAPERS, of the most beautiful patterns and
brilliant colours, at manufacturers* prices.
BLANK BOOKS of their own superior
make, are always kept in quantities to supply
orders, or made up to such particular patterns
as may be required.
MERCHANTS' SHOW-BILLS, or Advertising
Cards for New Goods.?H. & T.
have been printing these Showbills for the
last year or two for their customers in a very
beautiful style, but for the approaching season
they have had some New and Elegant
Designs engraved, which will make a more
showy and attractive advertising sheet than
has before been printed, and they particularly
invite the attention of merchants to this ar~
tide, which will be furnished ut a very moderate
s Desirous of retaining their old customers,
and of adding as many new ones as possible
to their list, H. & T. will endeavor always to
have such a stock of articles in their line as
is to be found in any other establishment, and
their prices will be found to rango as low as
any other house, they hope, therefore, the advantage*
which they can offer will induce all
dealers in these articles to call at NO. 30
NORTH FOURTH STREET, whenever
they visit Philidelphia,
August 11 24 It
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Land for Sale.
The subscriber, desirous of emigradgpfg^gting
West, offers for sale his tract
LAND, situate in Abbeville Dis.
^JL^onthe Vienna road, 6 miles from
Liberty Hill, cootaining 487 acres, 230. of
wbicb is cleared and in cultivation. The
place is well improved with all necesBary buildings
; also a Gin and Screw.
_ Those wishing to "buy, wilt do well to call
and view the premises, as a bargain will be
given. For further particulars, call on the
subscriber living_on the^pface. *
W Y ATT G. HOLMES.
The Edgefield Advertiser will ,copy and
forward account to Liberty Hill.
Aug 11 24 4w
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1A A OZ$. QUININE for sale low
1UU COTURAM & 8TEPHENS,
. Aug 11 84 4w Abbeville Difl.
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7b the Secretaries of the different Temperance
Societies throughout the District :
Gentlemen,?You are requested to forward
I to the Secretary of the District Temperance
Society, R. H. Wnrdlaw, against the !28th
nisi, me names 01 each Society, respectively,
as well as the officers and names and number
of the members.
It is sincerely hoped that this requisition
i will be promptly attended to. Forward by
I private conveyance if convenient.
| Aug 18 2t J. M. MABRY.
i notfc e~Tn?e o^iTrfY.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
The State 6f Soutli Carolina.
i aisuevili.e district.
Susannah Brooks, v. W. H. Brooks, nncl
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jliy urui;r ui mu v^uurt ui iiajuiiy, 1 will sell, at
Abbeville Court House, oil Sale Day in September
FIRST?The John A, Calhoun Tract,
situate in Abbeville District, on Calhoun's
creek, containing 935 acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of A J Clinkscales, John L.
Boyd and others.
SECOND?The William Henry Calj
lioun Tract, situate in Abbeville District, on
; Calhoun's creek, containing 139 acres, more
or less, bounded by hinds of John L Boyd and
TERMS?On a credit of One and Two
years, except as to the costs, which are to bo
paid in cash. Purchasers will be required to
: give bonds, with good security, in penalties
: double the amo-int of the purchase money,and
; pay for titles. II. A. JONES, c. e. a. d.
i Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t
| The State of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Richey, v. John B. Rirhey, and
By ordi'r of the Court of Equity, I will sell at
Abbi/ville Court House, on Sale Day in September
next, the lands mentioned in the Bill,
viz: First, the Home Tract, containing 356
aeres_; Second, the Mountain Tract, containing
339^ acres ; Third, the Yarborough Tract
containing 845 acres, more or less, situate in
Abbeville District, on Flagreed aud Calhoun's
creeks, waters of Little River; j;he particular
boundaries and descriptions of which will
be given on the day of sale.
i One half acre lot' in Abbeville villajje, the
boundaries of which will also be given on the
day of nale.
TERMS.?On a credit of one and two
year's, except as to the costs, which are to bo
; paid n cash. Purchasers will be required to
[ wive bonds with good sureties, in penalties
double the purchase money, and pay for titles.
II. A. JONES, c e. a. d.
j Commissioner's Office, July 28,1847 23 5t
1 The State of South Carolina.
John Gray, v. Margaret Burton, and others.
} ?Bill for Part ition.
| By order of the Court of Equity, 1 will sj^ll, at
J Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in Sepj
tember next, the land mentioned in the Bill
i as the ''Brick House Tract," situate in Abbeville
District, on Long Cnnerrnek^ containing
four hundred and seventy-two acres and
three quarters, more or less?the boundaries
-t Ml L_ _ l f ?
oi wmcn wui dc given on me uny or sue?on
a credit of one and two years, except as lo the
costs, which are to be paid in cash. Tho
purchaser to give bond, with good surety, in
a penalty double the purchase money, and
pay for title. H. A. JONES, c. e. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t
The State of. South Carolina.
i Augustus C. Cofer and Thomas L. Cofer,
v. Didama Anderson, and others.?Partition.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will sell, at
Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in Sep*
fpmhor nn vt tho tnllnvuinrr trfioto nf T.nriil
No. 1, deli mated by the lines A B C D E P
G and H ; tract No 2, by the lines D E and
j K, rt presented by plats thereof by A. W,
Shellito, Esq., D. S., situate in Abbeville Dis.
trict, on waters of Savannah river; the number
of acres, as well as a more particular description
thereof, will be given on the day of
sale?on a credit of one year, except the costs
which are to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
give bonds* with good "sureties, in penalties
double the purchase mo-:>py, and pay for titles.
* " H. A. JONES, n" e. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t
John Gray tolls before me a bay
ifL/Wi Mare, some white in her face,
_0 O low in flesh, about 14 1-2 hands
nnd supposed to be between 15 and 20"years
old, has a mule colt about 3 weeks old. Appraised
at twenty dollars.
W. P. NOBLE, Magistrate.
August 4 23 3m
The Co-Partiiership heretofore existing between
the subscribers has ibis day been dissolved by mXfctual
consont. JOSEPH ROSAMONi'. '
Mulberry Hill, Jufy 8, 1847.- . 21-2w
Notice to absent Heirs dcc. .
AH persons having dgipands, or owing, the
Estate of Samuel Foster, senior, deceased,
will present them by the first Monday in No*.
,vember next, eft Which lime |he estate will bo
. settled and closed in the Ordinar'y Office, at
Abbeville C. H., at which time and place this
heirs will apply foir their shares of the estate.
- E. DAVIS, Ex'or.
August 4,1847 23 8m
W..T.. ? - X** -I. >>* l\V
I ttouia refer my friends and clients to John H
Wilson Esq., with whom I hay? left my whole business,
and who, during my absence, wiU give >1 _
ne ceasary information and asaiatanco to those who
have hitherto given, or who may hereafter **
rous of extending to mo iheir. pattpnago a*ylon