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(Public iTIcotiiig at Willin^lon.
A meeting of the citizens of Abbeville
District will beheld at Willington, Thursday,
the 30tk September, to consider the
measures necessary to improve the navigation
of the Savannah River. The citizens
of Georgia, and the members of the Ijpgis
luutre rrom lidgeliuld, Abbeville and Pendleton,
artj. especially invited, and will be
expected. A Barbecue will be provided,
and a fine Band of Musicians will be pre- J
Tlu? Ladies arc paiticnlarly invited.
.*13^ 'i'lie Kdgi-field Advertiser, Ham- j
bnrg Journal and Pendleton Messenger will
please copy. tj
Is hereby extended to the Citizens ol
Abbeville District to attend a Central Rail t
Road B irbucui'j at Coke.sbury on Thursday ;
?V... fiO-.l . .-? ? -
mi- A'jiu ui oi'jii?:iiiUL*f. ;
Thomas It. in behalf
September 15. of Com
(TJ* IVoHii'C is hereby given that an upplica\ '
tion will bo made to the Legislature, at its next
session, for a charter lor a Rail Road from Aiken '
through Edgefield District, by or near Edgelield
tJ. II., through Abbeville District and Pendleton
District to Andersonville, at the junction of the
Seneca and Tugaloo Rivers. [srpt 1
1 H~r Notice.? I will bo absent from the
Village fur the space of two months, those who
have work in my .-hop, can get it by applying to
II. A. Jonkx, Esq. K. S. BAILEY".
Abbeville C. II., Aug 11 21 tf
0T7* Although I have declined attending to u
Ware House. I still continue the ('o:iiiilissio]i
fiillsiucss in this place ; and have safe . lidconvenient
storage room for Coons to he. Ukckivicd
and Fouwari>, Cotton, Fi.oimi, Kacox, &e. &.c.
Cotton consijjned to me will ho stored on the
most advantageous terms, or sold on arrival, as
may he directed. '
Consignments of Cotton and other Pitont'crc, of
Mkrciiamhxi: to he forwarded, and Orukrs for
the ixirchaso Ot'(iciOIIS rj'?nertfiill\
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg, July 21, 1iS17. 2l-3ut
The Edgefield Advertiser will pleuse copy.
in Morristown Now York, on |
Saturday morning, the 2lsl ultimo, Otii'Ha ;
E., wife of Dr. J. L\ Morgan, formerly of
This amiable lady was known to many
of us whil.st in charge of the Feniale.Aoademy
at this place, and by the suavity of hor
manner and her accomplishments won t!.e
respect of all who knew her.
HAMBURG, SEPT. 0. j
Cotton.?Tlic <ff>ct of the Caledonia's accounts
on our markets has been unfavorable. We have !
heard of but one sale since their arrival, and we '
think prices ar<; not yet fully established. We
continue our quotations of last week, say from 10 j
J.-2 ,to 1$ cents.
CHARLESTON, SEPT. 11.
Cotton.?We quote as cxtreinos, 10 1-4 to 12 j
1-4 cents per lb.
MR. AND MRS. HASSELL'S
AT COLUMBIA, 8. C.
This school, for young ladies, will b? re-opeued in I
tho largo and commodious building oppnnito tho
Episcopal church, on the second Monday in November
Boarding, including all items, - - $50.00
Spelling and Reading, - - 8.00
Tho above with writing and arithmetic, - 10.00
With grammar, geography and history, - 12.00
Higher lirauchex, .... 15.00
1'ia.uo and guitar, each, ... 15.00
" Harp, .... 20.00
IT ~...i ?
Ku?iu., cuv.., - - .JOO
44 Harp, ..... 5.00
French, German and Lutiu, each, - 15.00
Drawing and Painting, ... 12.00
Competent teachers, in each of the above studiew
Madam Foil gas, of Charleston, will give a course
of dancing lessons, at our house during November
and December. Terms 12.00.
Mra. Hansell will every day give lessons in vocal
music, freo of charge.
The young ladies rooms will be supplied wi/h
Parlor boardors can be admitted.
All payments in advance, from the timo of admission,
but uouo for less than one quarter.
The lion. Chancellor Harper, the Hon. P. But
ler, ut. ijuuorue, (from the South Carolina. College,)
??d Mrs. M. C. Iznrd, who have sent thoir
daughter* to Mrs. Hassell for tho last two years,
hnvc been kind onoiigh to allow their names as references.
Sept 15 29 3t
Whereas, Jnniee H Cobb applies to me to
grant him Letters of Administration on the
Estate' of Robert Martin, deo'd., with Will
annexed; These are, therefore, to cite the
kindred and creditors of the licensed to be
and appear before me in the Court of Ordinaly,
at Abbeville C. H.? on the 24th instant, to
show cause why said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this flth Sept., 1847.
Sept 15 29 2t D. LESLY, Ord'ry.
a * tt ? 1: e~
f* ucivaoi ix n xAuuipiiiitro applies iu in*; iwi
Letters of Administration on tho Estate ol
Jas S Humphries, deceased: These ore
therefore, to cite the kindred and creditors ol
the deceased to appear before me on the third
Monday in September, (instant,) to show
cause why said adminiatration should not be
granted. Given under my hand this 6th Sep.
tcmber, 1847 DAVID LESLY,
Sept 8 28 Ordinary
j DUNBAR & BURNSIDE, !
I Having removed from tho Brick Store formerly '
occupied by them, to the store next to I>r. J. \V. j
I Stokes, and nearly opposito their old stand, j
Hamburg, S. C.,
; Arc now receiving, and will continue to rc- !
| ceivc, heavy supplies of the following Goods, j
, which they otl>-r to thcir.fricnds and the pub- 1
! lie gvnerally, at the lowest market priei\s.
! SUCJAltS. New Orleans, Muscovado,
' Porto Rico, Clarified, Double RefineO, Loaf, i
' crashed and powdered.
' COKFE15. Prime dark frr?on Ilio, com- j
nion do., Cuba St. Domingo, Prune old Gov!
DAGGING, A heavy stock of Kentucky, i
and otli"r kinds of American nif.nulact.irf, to- i
"t iller with a lair slo--k of I)undei? mul CJn.mu i
IIOPIS. Kentucky, Jute, Manilla and
Tow, from ? to ^ inch.
S\LT. Large Charleston Sacks and
MOLASSES. Cuba, N- w Orleans and
Sugar House ; a superior article of Syrup. j
TEAS. Ilyson, Gunpowder, Imperial and !
IRON. Of all sizes, also a good assort- 1
ment of Ifoop and Band Iron, German and ,
Cnst Steel, Nail Rods, &c.; Nails of all sizes.
CHAIRS. Mapl*a, Windsor, Cane Seat,
ChildrenV, OtTice. Rocking and Nurse.
POWDEll. KFF Du pout's, Blasting1, '
Eagle, Sport ing, and Kentucky Rifle Powder, i
A heavy stock of Saddles, Bridles, Martin-'
galea, Halter Chains, Drawing Chains, Wee- j
diiiii linen, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow
Caudles, Rice, Soaps, Tobacco of various
brands. Hats and Caps of different grades
and shapes, Roots and Shoes, Sole, Upp?r
and Harness Leather, a superior lot of Kip
( in ivan skiiis, pure vv line l-iinnl, warranted;
Window Glass 7 Xi). 8 10 XIX, 12 XI4,
best quality INegto Blankets 9 to 1*2-4 Bed
Blank-is, Osnaburijs, Cotton Yarn, nil numbers,
hlt-acln (I nnd brown Domestic Goods,
heavy and lijflit Kerseys, Buckets, Tubs, Sujrar
Cans, Measures, Brass bound Pails, Shot
of all >izes. L''hil, Blue Stone, Copperas,Saltpetre,
Gin<rer, Pepper, Spice, Shoe Thread,
Cotton and Wool Cards. Cocoa Dippers,
Brooms, W:ijtoii Boxes, Grindstones, Cust
ini?s or Hollow. War*', IMos. I, 2 and U Mackerel,
13iMls!oads, Thonmstoii Lime, &.c. &.c.
Sept 15 29 tf
WAUE-IIOUS15 AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS?Hamburg. S. C.
The subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and
tho public generally, that he will continue the ;
Wakf.-IIoukf. and Commission Business, at the
Kail Road Dt'pol. Tho convenience of j
this establishment is too well known to require j
much comment. Cotton or oilier Produce once in ,
store can be put on the Rail Road without the additional
expense of drayage, ?kc. ; which is err- j
tainly an item worth notice, both to merchants and
My charges will he as reasonable as other like ;
concerns in the place, and tho usual facilities given j
to those who may give me their patronago.
sont 15 o?? :ii.? li \t wnrji'Dk!
, - ?<r.? 1/. iTJL* ttV/VJUllO* ;
Will be sold, to the highest bidder, on Sale Day ;
next, my Plantation, bounded by lands of Jolin j
McCord, sen'r. There arc about sixty-live acres,
inoro or less. A credit of twelve months will ho
given. ROBERT W. KARKY. j
Sept 1"> nil 2t |
Tlu* subscriber rflVrs tor sale his PLANT A !
TION, lyinir within hull' a mil- of this plice,
containing ?50 ncrcs. On tlu; pr^mis's ur?*
a two story framed DwHlinff, trained Ni-yro 1
Hous< ft, a new tram* d Gin House, and a now ;
and excellent Screw tiUachod, witn other out- |
buildings, such as are coiintion on plantations. ;
Two hundred and fifty acres at least ot the
land is uncleared and finely timbered ; a quantity
of ihat part cleared is very productive
land, and moat of the uncleared is oF a very
rood quality. The price will be moderate.
Persons wishing to purchase, will apply to the
subscriber on tlie premises.
JAMES S. WILSON.
; Abbeville C. H., Sept 15 3w
Abbeville SlieriiF Sales.
I J5y virtue of sutidiy Writs ol Fi- ri Fucias, to '
I me directed, 1 will sell, ut Aubt viil-- Court ;
J J3oui>c, oi? tin: first Monday m OCTOBER i
| ijexi, ilie following property, viz:
j 1 Store [louse and Lot on which il stands, !
in the villas.n> ol Greenwood; levied on as the
property ol Whitlock. Sullivan & Waller,ads
Jatin's liav- nel and others.
' 200 Acres of Land, more or less, bounded
by John Power and others; levied on as the
nPAniifttt r>f* Inlm A \/l ? ?lir? ^ T-X.?
] |j>m \Z|/0| %.j w? ? Vina Xf.* iff Uf l^lli UU3 ia v-r 1I.UW* j
thorn and olhc-ri?.
G40 Acres of Land, more or less, bound- i
ed by G.ihriel Cox, filaney Martin and other*-; j
. levied on as the property of I* B Moragne, j
: ads the Commissioners of the Poor.
I 50 Acres of Land, inorc or less, bounded .
| by Dr. Mtddlelon and others: levied on as the j
I property of Jane Gilbert,ads Wilhin Bostwick j
| 160 Acres of Land, more t r less, bound- |
! ed bv ICrttherine Douglass, James Kdwards '
j and others ; levied on as the property of John ;
; Doug! igs, a<?.s Dr Jsaac Branch and others }
1 Negro Girl, (.Ylelisa,) and 1 Sola; le-'
*.ied on as the property of W H Rile hie, ads !
T S Branson.
1 Sorrel Horse ; levied on as the property
of Samuel P Laird, ads It A Martin, Adm'r
1 Black Horse : levied on us the orouer
! ty of Francis Henderson, 8en'r., ads Jos VV |
All the interest John W. McKeller has
in a tract ol Land situate in Abbeville District,
on Long Cane creek, cont-iining 418
acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Joseph
Dickson, William Sunrp, Edward Hagiron,
George Nirhol and otli< rs; levied on at
the suit of Sarnue! A Hodges.
100 Aciea of Lund, more or less, bounded
by lands ol Al-x Turner, Albert Waller
and William Roman ; levied on os the pre.
party of J J Tharp, adn Lucian H Loinax, vs.
G W Curtiss and J J Tharp.
A n TT a fi7rnrT/\n\r _ _
rt. U nAW 1 S. A. D.
i Sheriffs Offioe, Sept 13, 1847
r Persona having demauds against the Estato of Ma!
ry Cain, deceased, are requested to present thom
properly attested; and those indebted to make im>medinto
payment. S. V. CAIN,
I sept 8, 1847 28 2w Executor.
if * Jsl.
The State of South Carolina,
AimRVILI.E DISTRICT IN EQUITY.
Francis Withers, v. William C. Smith.?
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
By ordtu ufihu Couri of Chancery, I will oell
on Sale Day in October next, at Abbeville C.
II., for cash, the following tracts of land viz : j
FIRST?The Patterson Iione Tra^t,
containing three hundred and seventy-dive
acr?'s and ono quarter.
iSL.C* >A D?The Patterson River Tract,
coni<)iiiiiiur two liundn-d and filty?six acres >
and thre?? quarters; ami
THIll />?'the. Covington Tract, con- i
taining four iitimlr?>d and thirty^eiirht i cres j
and three quarters. S.iid trucis situate iti !
Abbeville Dstrict, on Lit tit* River, adjoining j
eaeli oth>-r, ar.tl ho-ind< d by Intuit- of" Mrs. ISIcCaw,
Edward Tilinan, Joseph T. Bakar, and !
others. Purchaser to p=ty for tit! s
H. A JONKS, v. e. a. i?. i
Comers Office, S--pt 11, 1817 29 Hw i
0^7" The following, wbicb we extract from j
the Camden Journal, is from tlu? ll'-v. E. L. ,
Eruz'-r, of Kershaw District, S.C.
l'\irmmgto/ty Kersha w DisS. C.. )
May 19, 1840. ^ i
I have used in inv fumiiv Dr. Hull's F^ver j
and Ague Pills, and also Dr. Spencer's Ve- !
getable Pills, for the last two years, and have j
no hesitation in Iirnnniinnim. ?<-- I
r.w..wu.ivMi^ IIM 111 tu ll?: UIU |
most excellent family medicines?and as an
net of justice to the worthy proprietors of
three invaluable Pills, I iviil state, !or the infor- ,
mat ion & satisfaction of all concerned,that my ,
wife, prior to our marriage, liad been more or j
loss the 8'ihj?'ct of chills and lovers for about
?'igliteen months, having tried various r> me- |
diftj without success, ami was v? ry much re- |
duci-d hi 11- sli. A few davs afier our mar- |
ria^f, sin- commenced with Spencer's Pills, 1
and in a day or two uft- rvvams with Hull's I
Pills ; tjlif us-'d about hall a box of <-ach ; the I
result was a radical cure. She regained her ;
health and strength very rapidly, and has had
no return of Chills and Fever since. 1 he- ;
lieve tnese Medicines to be harmless and safe; !
ond vvln-n used us sp citically directed, are ,
attend'd with satisfactory results.
S. pi In I in E. L. FRAZER.
The ahove Medtciie t? are for sale in tliis
village at the Driiy Store and at the Post office j
By the subscriber on the 18tli August, or soon after, ;
a Note on John Cochran. The object of tbia 110
iiuu is to warn uii persons not to trade tor sniti note, j
ol' which the following is :i correct copy:?
"Two days after date, I promise to pay Phibc 1
Drenou, or bearer, the sum of one hundred and !
forty-eight dollars 75 cents for value rec'd., this j
IRth day of August, 1S-17."
nept ti '2H :iw PIIIBE DRENON.
Is hereby given, that an application will be
mad?! to the Legislature, of this State, nt its 1
next sitting, lor a Charter to construct a Rail j
Road, or Turnpike Rnnd. from Hamburg, up 1
tin: Vall'-y of the Savannah River, or within
Twenty live Mi!**s nt tin- same. ?.o tli" les of i
Georgia and North Carolina ; Also Jhartr !
for building a Toll Bridge over the said River j
and its tributaries at a suitable place ; Al*o, j
for the renewal of th-- Original Charter, with
n ? r..- .. r> 1- : - -1- - m '
iiiiiKiiuuitjiPOi iui ?; XJii ll K 111 till* I OW'Il Or |
Hamburg, South Carolina, "ranted i2*2d day of ,
Dcc?'inl)?T, 18 ll; Also, for am?*ndin?; ill" :
Charter o' lli" Ain- rii an and German Tra- j
dmjf and Insurance Company, granted the j
19tli duv ot l/.-c mb--r. 1-35.
* HENRY SHULTZ, Founder
of Hamburg. 3 C
Hamjurjr, S. C., Au?;. 1'2, 1847- 2d Hin
An Election for an INTEND A NT and four
WARDENS, will be lie-Id in the Court
Hons'*, on MONDAY the J3lh of S-'ptember
(instant) and J, li. Alien, J. H. Power, and
Adolphns Williams, Esq's., are appointed Managers
J. A. HUNTER, Intendant.
Abbeville C. II., Sept 1, 1847. 27 2t
WALKER & BRADFORD,
Warehouse and Commission
MERCHANTS?Hamburg, S. C.
The undersigned respectfully inform their
friends and t h? pu*die, that they still continue
the WAHEHOUSE and COMMISSION |
BUSINESS at their ?>lil stand, known ns ilie i
Water-Proof Warehouse; where th-y will
devote their personal attention, to all business i
entrusted to their enre.
Tin ir rates tor Selling nnd Storing of Cotton
or oth-r Produce, Receiving and Forwarding
Merchandise are the same as heretofore.
Orders for Supplies will be promptly executed
nt the lowst. market price.
Thankful for past patronage so librrally bestowed
on us we respectfully solicit a continuance
of the bair.e.
WALKER & BRADFORD.
Sept 1 v 27 fit
DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS!
The subscribers have opened a
DRUG STORE in the villago of Cambridgo,
S. C., and are no^r receiving, from one of
the tirKt Drug bouseu in Philadelphia* a choice selection
of l>rugs Medicines Paints*
Oil*, Dye Stuff, Window Glass, kt
to wh-.ch they invite the attention of Physiciana,
naiuers anu outers, in want 01 suon articles.
Orders thankfully received and carefully attended
to. R. C. GRIFFIN &- CO.
Cambridge, Sept. 1, 1847. 27 4t
P. S,?Dr, R. C. Griffin would respectfully inform
his friend* and the public gonerally, that he
has permanently located at Cambridge, for tho pur.
pose of practising Medicine, and may at all times
be found at bis Drug ritore, ready to attend to all
culls conueoted with the profession.
Thrt fluKc/>rihnr nfTora fnr omia Vita PT.a MT attam
. and MILLS, situated ou Rocky Rivor, four miles
above Loundesville, in ono of the healthiest sections
of Abboville District Tho Plantation, containing
about 460 acres, is in good repair, most of
it stroug, productive land. Tho mills are a Corn,
Wheat and Saw Mill, all iu successful operation.
The water power is not surpassed by any in tho
surrounding country, being sufficient for 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 6uch a
purchase, ore requested to call and examine for
: thernselyes. JAMES L. LESLY.
| July H yn.tf
N O TIC E?IN EQUITY.!
V?liiabl? Laiids for Sale*
The State of South Carolina,
AlinEVII.I.K DISTRICT IN EQUITY.
William McCelvy and others, vs. James '
L. McCelvy and others.?Bill for Par- j
tit ion. \
By virtue of an order of tho Court of Equity, ;
the following triicts of lnn<l ...
W ? Vi?. wvi ?uv U III IIIU
proceedings of ihis caRo, will be sold, on Sale !
Day in Ociober next, at Abbeville C. II., on
a credit of one and t wo years, with interest
on the second instalment from the time the
first becomes due, except the costs, which are '
10 bi; paid in cash: tho purchasers to give
bunds and good surety, and a mortgage of the j
premis s, to secure the purchase money?viz:
VJliST?The Blair Tract, situate in
Abbeville District, on Little Iliver,containing
one hundred and seventy.seven acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of James Connor and
SECOND?'V he. Crawford Tract, situate
in Abbeville District, on Little River,containing
two hundred and sixty-four acres, '
more or less, bounded by Little River and
lands of John Mars. i
THIRD?The Moore Tract, situate in j
Abbeville District, on Little River, containing
two hundred and tliren and a half acres,
mure or less, bounded by lands of James Con- j
nor, Herbert Darracott and othersPurchasers
to pay for papers.
T1 * # x -
n. jfV. JU.M'iS, c. E. A.I).
Coin'rs Office, S.-pt I, 1847 27 5t
The State of South Carolina,
AltliKVILM: DISTKIHT IX EQUITY.
Elizabeth Eakin. v. Jane Eakin and others. ;
13 v virtue of an ord<T from the Court of Equity,
will be sold, at Abbeville Court Housi', on
Sal'- Day in October in-xt, the following tracts
of land d> scribed in I ho proceedings of this
cas , on a credit of one and two years, except
the cot>is, which are to bo paid in cash ; pur
ci)ii8?>rs to give tioml and sufficient surety,ami
a limn ??nge of tin- premises, to secure the purchase
iniMi-y, and pay for papers?to wit:?
The three tracts, in the whole, containing
five hundred and twenty acres, more or less,
situate in Abbeville District, adjoining lands
of Joseph Eakin, John Wright und others.
Tin- particular boundaries and description of
each, and the number ot acres each contain?,
will he given on the day ot sa'e.
II. A. JON ICS, c. k. a. i).
Coin'r* Offioo, S<*pi 1, 1817 U7 Ot
. _ . ^
The State of South Carolina.
(Postponed until Sale Day in October.)
Augustus (J. Cofer and Thomas L. Cofer, i
v. Didaina Anderson, and others.?Pnr. !
l it ion.
By or<l''r of the Court of Equity, I will sell, at
Abbeville Courl House, ou Sale Day in Oc- j
tob??r n<'xt, the following' tracts of Land, j
No 1, d?din? ati'd by th?* lines A 15 C I) E F |
G ami M ; tract No 2, by the lines D E and j
K, r. presented by pluts thereof by A. \V. >
Shelhto, Esq., D. S., situate in Abbevillu Dis ,
tru.-t, on waters of Savannah river; the num- i
ber of acres, us well as a more particular de- I
suription th'-n-of, will be given on the day of '
sal"?on n credit of one year, except the costs i
which arr> to be paid in cash. Purchasers to j
give bonds, with good "sureties, in penalties '
double the purchase mo-.ioy, and pay tor titles, j
H. A. JONES, c. e. a. u.
Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t !
The State of South Carolina.1
Sarah Kennedy, v. Margaret Kennedy, j
Elizabeth Kennedy^/ al.
By order of the Court of Common Pleaa :
tome directed, I will sell on Sale-day in October
n Til ACTof LAND contnininjTHKKK j
HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES, more |
or less, commonly known ns the HOME j
TRACT, lying on Long Cane Creek and ;
Bold Branch n!?nut 12 miles South of the viU !
lago of Abbeville.
Terms.?To be sold on a credit of twelve :
months, the purchaser to <rive security and 1
mortgageo! the premises. the costs 10 be paid
A. C. Hawthorn, Sh'fT.
Aug. 18th 1847, 6w '20,
BAYLEY'S HERE YET!
Sash made at G 1-4 cents per light, for nil sash
containing 15 lights to the window and upwards,
| all windows containing less, 7 cents per light.
All kinds of Furniture mado to order, at
the old stand, 1 mile from Gilgal church, and 17
from Cambridgo, upon the Martintowu road.
All orders left at the office of tho Edgefield Advertiser
will ho attended to.
sept 1 27-4t WM. BAYLEV.
John Gray tolls before nie a bay
Mare, some white in her face,
1/j) I : ' O L _l >14 < it I 1~
iv - - ?- inw in nesu, iiiMMii it i-? iiiitiua
nnil supposed to be between 15 am!'20 years
old, bus a rnulfc colt about 3 weeks old. Appraised
at twenty dollar?.
W. P. NOBLE, Magistrate.
August 4 23 3m
East Tennessee University.
Tho next oollcgiate year of this Institution will
commence on tho 15th day of October. The Faculty
consists of six officers. . Tuition in the Collegium
Department is $15; in the Preparatory
and English Departments, $10 per session. Bourding
in the Public Hall is $1.25, in private families,
$1.50 per week. The entire annual expense, inptlirlilirr
nlnt hinnr UI1/1 kour/JInnr in iranntiAti nnarl
Ut?u Mvatlllllg 111 VUVUVIVII) l??'VU
not, with strict economy, exceed $150. The locality
is exceedingly healthful, and has proved peculiarly
ko to studonts from the South. For further
information kco Catalogue, which may be examined
at the office of tho Clerk of the County
Court of this county, or he had on application by
letter to the President of tho Univereity.
D. A. DEADERICK,
Seoretary of the Board of Trustees.
Knoxvillo, Aug. 25 26 3t
Neatly and Expeditiously Executed at the office
. .. .I..1.1 ... . " iiJJ . .1
Win. A Co.
Have renu ved their stock of Dry Goods to
the store und^r the American Hotel, (late
Hubbard's where it is their purpose to keep
& full assortment of
American, French and JHiiglisli
We would take this opportunity to return our
t hnnl/d tn nm? nnnn?i?nMr. 1 ? r? * ?
...... vu> iiumutuu9 11 iciiim lur me very
libcrul patronage bestowed on us for the last
six years, and would solicit a continuance of
Wt< would also invite nil persons buying
Dry Goods in Hamburg, who are not already
on our list of customer*, to give us a trial. '
Our stock will consist of a much larger ami
more general assortment than we have here^
tofore kept. We will alto continue to keep
our usual assortment of CARl'ETTING,
OIL CLOTH, F LOOR M A T T 1 N G,
BONNETS, and Lidics' and Childrons'
N B.?Just received a full assortment, of
all numbers, of 13 U T C H BOLTING
CLOTH?1', >vhich, together with all articles
in our li>: , w ill be sold as low as they can be
procured in Hamburg or Augusta,
WM. KETCH AM & CO.
l-iamburg, Aug 11 24 If
Valuable Property for Sale.
Will bo sold, on Sale Day in
October next, at public out cry,
t ?nlcss previously disposed of, tho It RICK
011 tho main-street, in tho
lower p:irt of this village, formerly owned by Jolm
Wilson, dee'd. This building is two stories high and
in good repair, with tho necessary out buildingH,
rind a tine well of water upon tho lot. Tho lot contains
about five acres.
For further information, and tho terms, persons
wishing to purcaso will apply lo Dr. I. Branch or
A. J. NVeeniH.
Abboville C. II., July iil 21-1 Iw
Attention 8th Regiment.
a Tho 8th Regiment of Infantry
fill will parado at Csirsoift's Old.
51 1 Vii.l'l "
t_ ,v ?/.? lllO TilSt
INST, lor Drill and Review, armed
and equipped as (lie law directs.
Tho commissioned and lion-commissioned
Ollicers will assemble tho
day previous for drill, <&c.
The captains of Heat companion
will order tho 1'ioneern of their respective
Beat to be at Carson's Old
Field on the l.Stli hist, at 10 A. M.
Bv order of Col. M. O. Tai.m.vn:
J. G. HAS KIN, Adj't.
sept 8 3xv
2ND. BRIGADE, July 9, 1347.
L Tho following Regiments will
Parado for Review and Drill, at
the times and places as follows,
The 6th Regiment of Infantry
KJSgBlgl at IiOinax'3 on Saturday the I8th
of September next.
Bill "I'lie 8ih Regiment of Infant'flBl
f ry at , on Tuesday the
XJL| iilst of September.
Hi! The 9tli Raiment of Infantry
_ at Lowe's, on Saturday the 25th
The 7th Rf'pirnent of Infantry at the Old
Wells, on Tuesday the 28th of September.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Ilichs
ardson's on Thursday the 30th of September.
The Commissioned and non-Ccmmissioned
Offieers will assemble at their respective
Paraiie s-rounilb on the day previous for drill
n _ i p. i n 1- * ' *?? ?
x^v oroer 01 me ouiniimnuer-in-onier.
P. II. BRADLEY,
Brigadier Gen'l. 2d Brigade S. C. M.
VV. VV. Belcher, Brigade Major.
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Aug 18 25 4t
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