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We take this occasion to mention the name vf an individual. who, if he can ho indn vid to accept the office, will eminently sus 'tain the interests, the dignity and purity Ilf the College. We allude to the Hon. 4obn Beton O'Neal, an upright Judge, a = Patriot an honest and consistent Chris Judge O'Neal is the man of all ithers, within our knowledge, best calcu la sed to li this highly responsible station -osessisng sound ttelligence and good senme, grmness of principle and sincerity of feeling, dignity of person, gentleness of mamners, a of potless moral character. Frew under his administration we might expect an army of graduates mingling with their fellow citizens in every portion of the State, which, in a few years would work a mighty and glorious moral revolution asneng our people. We invite public attention to this stig *ols , despecially would we ask the of the College, to give it their con Are at Wiliams' Colege.-We regret to learn by a gentleman from Williams Sewn, that ire was discovered in the Fast College on Sunday afleraoon. It was im 'ble to subdue the Are, and the build was destroyed. There was no instu ace. No peren was injured. The 'ebuaity will not Interrupt the College. for die-etr buildings are sufficient for the t"tporr" accommodation of the students. HAMURG, Oct 20. Sines our at report, the Cowan market has adveasedandpricesto day range from7 to. eiinoipalslei8i ets. Wae have hada karge a- of Cotton to arrive this week, and now d the market fully opened and business ' gin its old channel. Charleston for square bales euom ets. per hundred pounds; for ruund Iles 35ca. per hundred. To Savannah round sad eqase hales50 cts.per bale. usenawos. Fightebecks on New York I per. ct. a "Charleaston S. C. j e Columbia S. C. pur. " " Cheraw S. C. Sqyannah Geo. HYRIENEAL 1 sike Uis tiat kiads ts willing hearts.' MARRIED, bs this village, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Wi. B. Johnson. Dr. WLLu.aM GILLIOI, of Benanu, to Min MaR S., daughter of Capt. Danisi Bird. of thiq district. O ths 21st alt., by the Rev. Joe. Moore. Mr. E.T. MareuattL.. of Tuscaloon Ala., to Miss Maai Air xxyoungeudaughterol Wm. S. John. son, fthis district. OETWARY. - Die&. in this VilLage ot Sunday last. C. A DOe Esq., Merchant of this place, aged 46 year. Mr. D. had been a resident of this State fri the last eighteen years. and for the lat eight years a resident of this Village. He was much esemed as a citizen, aed him general character for upri hanesa. honesty and istegrity in business, had wn around him a large circle of acquaintances, by whom his dsth will be deplored. ie has lef a wafe and fer children, together with nuenerous friends so amrn their lose. Died in this districton the 11th inst.,of Scar let Fever. SAIAE and WILLIAM, only children of Malachi and Martha Brnson. the daughter nearly taree years ated the son upwards Ah Death Onsaipotent to slay. Whom none can stop or stay; Takenhou hast in one short day, The parns babes away Togee place them in the grave, Thi glirnts ascend abaove't -There in the bosom of God's love, To welcome parents home Q?'The friends of' H. R. WILLIAMS, announce him asa candidate forI the edice of Sheriffof' this District. October 21 If 38 0? The friends of Co. * H. MOSS. annonnce himn as a candidate for Ordinary of Edgefield District. October 21 ifr 38 67The friends oaf Wa. J. SM NS, Esq.. announce him as a enndidate for the omoie of' Otdinary, of Edgefiehal District. eeber 2. tf 31 Te friends of Colonel J. HILL announce him as a candidate for the of Lee of Ordinary, of Edlge~ekd District. August 26 tf 30 OROCE RIES, Jk. U~'E HAVE received. and are still receir V in agd and well aelected asasortmnt of GROCaLJS usually called foir by PLan ters and Merchants. We resapectfadly' aalic'it a share of Patronage from our friend. anal the public. WVe have on hand, a good stocak of SUGAR, COFFEE. MOL.ASS:s, BAG;. GING. BALEROPE,. TWINE. NEGRIW SHOES, and such Staple goods as are uaually kept by Groceries in this market. A LSO, SALT, IRON, and odster lending articlecs in our line. We occupy the large ai comamodliou-a Store. on Cetstre Stree. formerly occenpied by Edwardt Adams. where we are sellitng low for 'cash, aal regnest those who with to lay ini a muply to give us a call. LINDSAY & CUNNING la.M. Hambutrg. Oct. 21, 1841t e: Notice. A LL Persons are hereby cautionedl a gainst trading for a tnote of hand given to Mrs. Mary Mitchell, fur $50. The notc was given sonme time iu thte month of Sept. last, and due the 25th of December next., I am determitned not to pay said note un. less compelled by law, as the conside'ra lion for which said noto was given has failed. SIMEON CORLEY. Oct. 261 Ie9 8TAT E OF S. CA1ROLI.X, EDGEFIELD DlSTRICT. MACKLING BROWN, tolls hbeaore ma' a smnall bright dunn hoase MUIl:. watha a ounr on the right hip. atp posaed to be I 3yara od, apraised %y P'leasant Searte.. Isaac H~awau., ndMitchell Coz. at fivealilrs. L 1. FR EEMA N. j. r. October 2 m4t* :U NOTECE. - A L.L prsons to whoam the Estate of B. F. Nicholson. adeceased, is indebted, are~ re quested topeuen their accounts, and those who owe the same, are reqluire~d to pay them: de mands must be legally attented. J. 0. NICHIOLSOlN, D). Rt. STRSYI'IEII, .ldaratratr. 4....b,,,,& tf :m oWORE .E W GOODS. BY WHOLESALF AND RETAIL AT J. P. SETZE'S. 645 PIECES nusoted Domestic, French and British CALICOS 104 and 12-4 best Linen Sheeting 9.8 and 5-8 pillow case Linens 4-4 undressed Irish Linens Bird's Eye Diaper(some extra fine) 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Table Diapers Long Lawns 3-4. 7.8 and 4-4 Damash Napkins Bleached and Unbleached striped bordered Towles Plain Green and Printed Flour Baie Rich printed and satin striped Schally Plain do do do Plain black and do do do Second inourning do Taglionienes. a very rich article for ladies dresses Printed and embroidered Muslin de Laine Plain, black and fanev colored do Balzarines. a new atticle for evening dresses Chena figured Silk' Black figured and striped Silks Black Matteoni Luerting Black Gross de Rhine Blue and iet black figured Silks Blue black reps Silks Blue black Gros de Royal Silks Blue and black Gros de Memine Rich Merino and Chena Silk Scarfs Fillet and II. S. Gloves Shawls in great variety of styles Best white and black Englisi Silk lose and fair noe Rich spriged and dotted Bobbinet Lares Do do Swiss M usliss Artiicial fleawers and Wreaths Needle worked Collars 10. 12. anil 14-4 Mareilles Qsilts. &c. &c. The alsve goos, tigethver with nenrly eve ry article usuaally kept in a Dry Goods Store. w6ill be snalid by whcoleale and retail. as low as will be offered by any other house in this city, and at fixed rices. Angaata. Oct. 14. 141. r 19 Admninistrator's Sale. U NDElt an oner from the Ordinary, will he sold at the late residence of B. F Nich olson. dec'd., on Wednealay the 6th of Decem. ber, all the personal property of said deceased, consising of twenty-one Negroes. Ilorses, Males. Cattle, Il'gs. Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Oate. Farming Utensils. &c. Terms of Sale-Are cash for all sums at or under five dollars, above that amount twelve miontho credit; notes with two approved secu rities will le invariably required bcfore the pro. perty is deliyered. J. 0. NIChOLSON. DAVID D. STILOTIIFER. Adasinisatoirs. Octoer23 fr w Notice. A LL persons having any demands against the estate of Ensley J. Colvin, deceased, are requested to render them into the subseriber properly anthentirated. amid all thse indelbted to said estate will plenae make paVlment. ROBERT JENNINGS. Admisistroster. October b c" 39 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire Ordinary of Edgefield District. Whereas, John Tomkins hath applied to me feir Letters of Adtmiistratiou. on all and singular the goodm and chattels, rights and credits o' Reuben Carpenter, late otthe District aforesaid, deceased. These are. therefore, in cite and admon. ish all and singular, she kindred and credi tors of'he said deceased, to be aod appear before me. at our next Ordinary's-Court feor she said District to lee holden at Edge fihl Court House on the 8th tiay of WoN vemlver 18.41. to show cause ifany, why the said Adminiiration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal ibis 21st day of October, one ihousand eight hun dred anid forty.one, and ina the sixty-limb year of Amnericnn I ndependenace. 0. TOW LES, o. s. D. Octobher 28 '92 124] b 38 State or' South Carolina, E-DGEFIl-I.D DISTRICT. B)Y OLIVElR TOW LES. Esenire, Ordi UNnar y of Edgefield District. Wherea's Charle. A. MIeizg. & Elizabetht M. Diw d. laths appjlied to men for Lt ters of Adsnin itrati'un, on all andt siigatlar the goods and chat tels, right-a and credits of Charles A. D)owd late of she Distric t afuresaid, deceased. Theme are. thserefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and credlitoars of the aid deiceaede to be and appear before me. am our next Ordlinary-e Court for the said Di, trict. to be holin at' Edgefaild Court House on the 8'th day of November next. toa show causme, if any. wh'y the said Administrasion should nact he graunted. ivent nder my hand amnd seal this 2i6th day of O~ctober osmiume thoandm eight hsmudred nnid forty-onie. aid ini the sixty-hilth year of Ameri canlmtlecumrnc. . TOW LES. o. r.. o. Oc tobmer 20 l1-ll. (jt2 l24) Ib -19 New GoodM! New Goods! TI ilI-i sublscribiers respeiictfually inflirmcs Ics-cr frienids ami the puablic genierally, that they hae jsc~a received frumn New York' their usuali suply of F/IL L - WLYTE R GOODS, Whitney anid lihil Bllankets, C:hilre:c a line'm do Plam sud twih-d Ke~rsemys, fur Negroc weatr, .14 pltaina anmd striped linte'ys, Rtel and lhie do Snper ble amid black Clmaths, green and grey do. - -amnd fancy Cass~meres, Sattinetts and Kentmcky Jeanc, lamanesl., 4-1 iunownm and Ihk-neh-ed Shmeetinags, 4.4 do dlo Shsirtinagc. Super Gen. dei Rhinie Black Silks, - Gro. doen 8sad Italian do Celored Silks ande Vatminse. Moselaine De Laines and Shallys, French and English Merinioes, Black and llti lasck Ilonmhazines, Damaask. Silk ad Satin Shawls A variety mf Crnel and Mecrino do Embacrnidelredl ('sseinaere dto Jacnet lldk'fm. nnid Mull !Muslitns. IIATM &CAPS Gentlemenms Becnvi r luats. latest style, Superior O tte'r unde Fair Cap-s. Yeonah's I Iatmcam n apia, Wonid Ilate nteel Seal t'nys. An :awaurtnlenti of Saddles, Bridle,, and Mariti A lanrie anflartmt of Sioce, for mneua, bmys, and woasena, Unrdwnre & Groceries; Stgars. Ceflers. and Teas. Mulasmes amiac tSuk, - Seirma andm Tallow Candles, Ltaap Oil, &c. &c. Thiy also have .s supply of good Cheese on handl havinig mado arrangemeet to bemupplied wish this article very regularly duaring the sea sonit it may lie fitndl at their store am all times. All the above articles will be sol low for Cak. or on ticme to pauta~nlctt estomnere. Oct. 21, tf 35 BLAND & BUTLERL. Clothing 4- Hat Store. Ramburg, S. C. T H E Suibscriber has open ed a braneb of his estab ment in this place. where be will keepcnnstantly on band, a general assortment of ready made CLOTH ING and HATS. orevery description; which he will sell on as reasonable terms, as he has heretofore in Augusta. His Store is on Centre Street next to the Grocery or Messrs. Howard & Garmany. N.;*B. CAPS and TRUNKS always kept on hand. FRANCIS H. COOKE. Oct.21, 1841 b 39 NEW GROCERY AND r-orsto.r STRon. rpiIH E Subscribers be& leave most re X spectfully to inform the mnhabitantsorEdge. field and its vicinity, that they have taken die Store formerly occnpiad by Smith & Frazier, and nearly opposite Messrs. Bland & Butler, where they are now receiving and opening. and intend to keep constantly on hand, a general and well selected assortment of GRUCERIES FOR FAMILY USE. Their Goods are purchased at tIhe laest Cash prices in the New York and Boston markets, and will be sold as low as they can be bought in Augusta, or Hamburg. (transportation added,) for Cash. or for approved paper, on short time They have made such arrangements as will enable' tbem from time to time, to replenish their Stock with desirable articles, and no ezer tion will be spared in catering for the tes and appetites or atm'e ?atwg public. To all we say, call andI see us. and if we do) you no good we I momt positively assure you, that we will do you no harm. P. A.SCRANTON, C. A. MEIGS. Edgeliel.i C. 11. Oct. 20,1841 if 38 RETAIL STOtE, ASSORTED. T H E Subscriber has on hand tie following articles, which lie will be happy to sell to any one who tmiay favor him with a call, on Cetre Stjeet, Sign of the Cross Keys. DRY GOODS. Viz: very fine Frenchm Cambsricks very fine English Prints, tine Prints, flne 3lerinoes, Cali- I coes, Flannels. Tickings. Dicking. Hamilton Strilie. Superfine long Cloth, bleached and unbleached Hiomespun, Blue homespun, Ozan. burgs, Ribbons. Unbreilas, Shawls Handker. chiefs, Catton Cards, Combs. Bnshes,Brown's (ancy Baskets. Dolls, Needles, Pins. Scmssors. Ball Cord, Hats, Caps, Shoews, Hose and hair Hose. Gloves, ready made Shirts, Vests, Pants, &c & c. GROCERIES. Best Rio and Cuba Coffee, Crushed Sugar, best brown Sugar. Rice. Goshen Butter, Sperm and Tallow Candles, Soap. Starch, Rastains, in whole half and quarter Boxes; Molasses, Markerel. Mullets, Potatoes, andOnions. Pipes, Mutard, Pepler, Cheese. Herrings,Soda, Sm gar and Butter Crackers, Toilette and Shaving Soap, Pocket Knives. Jewelry, the first qnality Spanishl Segars, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, I Lamp Oil &e. CONFECTIONARIES. French Cordials, Fruits in Brandy. Porter, GuavaJely. Pimes. Sugar Plums, Rock, Mimt. I Lemon,Barley and HorehoundCandies.Prumnes. Oranges, Lemons, Malaga Grapes, Appes, Bananas, an assortment of Toys, with many I other articles too numerous to mention. JAMES A. ELBRIDGE. Hamnurg Oct. 14, 1841 e 38 AdmAnistrator's Sale. Y an order from the Ordinary of Edp~eeld enBob us, ,ecse on yf'. en 10th November next, all tie personal property belonging to said estate. consisting of nineteen kely Negries, Cotton. Corn. Fodder and Ostst Horses, Hog. and Cattle; one Yoke or Oxem two Road Waggas, Platation Tools & Household amid Kitchen Furniture &c. Will be sold, at the same time anid place, the real estate, consisting of two tractsof Land, one known as thc hmotr.e tract, containing four bun dred acres. miore or less, sitmated 3 miles above Edgefield Comrt House, on the road leading fromi Edgefieldl to Abbeville ; the tract lying 00 Brmaverdanm Creek. adjoining Lande of James Gritlin, Capt. E. B. Belchmer, and otherst con taining one hutndred and foity acres, more or T'erms of Salc-AIl sums uder tea dollars ca.h, all imums over that amummnt, on a credit of twelve mnthsu, purchasers givimig notes with two approveid secumrities. JOHN F. BURNS, ) .dr EDWARD PRESLEY, 5 Oct.18. 1841 c 38 Teacher Wanted. r lIE tundersignedl being authorished Imy Ithme Ninety Six Associatimin, anonnee, thmat juproens will bei receivedhmyhium, until the first omf Novemer, when am election will take pla.e fomr a Teaichier to take charge of' Mt. Prosepect Acadmty, two milem north west of Canmbrdee, for time esminmg year. Tetimotnials of' compe tentcy amnd high mmoural chmar.acter wilt be required. s':lary will be liberal. 8. V. CAIN. Chairman. Cntmhridge, October 21 e 3 NOTICE. O 'R frmendls mu the Country, and elsewhere aire informned thmat the death of onr lute fruenml andm Co-partmer, D~octor Charles M. Hill; it Ill notn duiranrgi the regular routimue of our bu simeam at all, as it will be comntinued by the stir riving Coupartne~r udler the same fArm name. MIU RRAY &. H ILL. Pr. J. HI. MURRAY. Survivinmg Copartner. Ocht 21, f3 Caution. A .L persnis are caumtironed against trading fcir three Notes of h~and, or either of them, given to Josephm Davis, or bearer, all dated 29th nf August, 1840, as follows i one note for three hundred and twenty-five dollars, payable 25th IDecemuber, 18t4l, one note (or three hundred and twenty~fivo dolars, payable 25th Deceit ber. l842, amndone note pavatbW2lh December, h'843. (or three hmindredl anid tteenty-five dollagem. I am determined muot tim piay the said nowds, niot eithmer of thmem, uniess compelled by law, as the ciineiderationm (or which they~ were giseet Las file. DNJAMIN DAVIS, Octomber 21 e 38 FORIEIGN AND DOMESTIC. DRY GOODS. H RE Subseriber invites the attention or all whm wish to pturchae STAPLE OlR FANCY DRY G;OODS,- to the lar gest and heat assortment ever ofi'ered ha this mnarker. GOODS fow te faull and winter trade, Just Rrerired and roa SAT. at the loroest C~a prices, at the IIRICK STO RE one door aboae H~ujasan's Hotel, on centre Street. yOHN 0. II. FORD. N. B.-Country Merchants suppllied':at the lowest jobbming rates. EBambure S.C et., 1841 a 3?r kugeta Feale dinatany Is Instttitetion is stillcet d by Mr. H. . MOISE, whoconuiansse instruct in all the branebes conrnga hwEwn nAg lih Education; also, rech and I Eficiantmasters will be em to attend o Drawing, Paiming, &c. A Chemcai, PAiespacL 'u perisne hawi nbeen obtai geed d se engagd as First who will lfiver Lectures on the above . which orill be &ny illustrated by eri neats. Young ladies who ane the shove lectures, can avail of the op. now oTrered, by ap at the Be. iay. To eupils no add ' will e made. A ew vacancies in ~3do Xartroent Yet rMain. All pu per luarter of three months. IeAres to ommenee on 1st r. Mrs. RL M. Levy stil cotin tocntlt be ssies Deprtaent, and wi sesive pa ,ihsatitheSeminary. Oct.16, 1841 . b 8 NEW GOO T IE subseribers havei j nom New York anextensive .rertue GOODS, ,it" for the sealn. Ilack, Blue, Brown, Green. Mixed Broad Clet Plain Black, Diamond, and -Wave Beaver C&~h Black, blue, drab mixed & failled Cassime ?Jain A fgured Silk, Satin & Velvet Vestings ravats,Stocks, Scarfs. Handk' ry. lvea Suspenders, r, Cotton and Merino Shirts and D Batn, U The above Goods were pa low, and vill be sold accordingy. N. B. The TAILOIUNG twill eceive our particular attention, greatful or past favors, and a d our 'ustomers, and the public Continu me ofwhose patronage isres yelicited. BRYAN As NOR, M esTeilers. Edgefield C. H. )etober 14. 1841. ab 37 Vew Fau d' . I HE subscriber takes p annonne ing ohisestomers, and en rally, that be is now, and will receiving. ntil about the25th inst., a.general tof FALL & WINTER DS, :mbracing snch a varietyof asissnally ept in this amarket, consisting in as follows: A GOOD AssoaaaT . Engush & Amerlena ts deslins, black and colored 8' Flannels, Kentucky Jians, Broad , Cassi meres,- Satintts, VeOWng C. ALM%, Uerseys, Lindseys, and varmie coarse Goods, suitable for . ALSO, k good assortment of Negro Saddles. Bridles, &c. ALSO, Mardware & Cgtsory, rogether with many articles ain thaROCERY JNE.LU of whio will be sold for cash, Ir on time, to approved cnu: A OOD GOPPt.T Sugar and Co , ;ept constantly on baud, and sllat reduced prices, Oely. for casb. Feeling thankiul ror past patr y strict auention to businass. to iance of de same. L B. October 11. 1841. MAlIBU M HE Sbss in lase stand be ;t Strea.nesty op bys bettrsforsale; sagging, emp o(42 to 44* 1 t I I Ibs. to the Yard. 3agging, Hemp or 44 iame ,c1) lj -to the yard. lagging. Tow, oft44 inches Centiaek Bale Rope,4 inch to ft inch r'wine, tree strands6 bhoice clarified Sugar " St. Croix Sugar ''Porto Rtico do.. )oubl-e refined Loaf Sugar .ump Sngar Iio and Cuba Coffe )td WVhite Java do. Jatties, Gunpowder and Imnperial Tea. Atest India Molasses ~cw Orleans do. lie in Tierees. lalt in Sack and Sulk lali for table usec Iweedish Iron ass~ortedl, all sane. kerman, Cast and Blistered Steel inils and Brad., assorted laeon bos Bar Soap black pepper Iperm Candles 'lull & Sons patent Candles 'louir nda variety of otiher articles - In addition to the above be will be constantly eceiving from New York and Charleston, a avall himslfthas occin, toretnrn ii thanks tn his friends and the public for their iberal suppprt, and pledges hinself to use his esea ed'orts to give satisfacton, to all who may >aoase to favor him with their pteae DWVA DA~s. Oc. , 1841 d 37 Notice. . H1E estate of John Coker.,tqamus, beitig B.letn Derelict, and agreesbto an Actol' hteLeslatueit ismademydj!otakebaro* d., and settle said estate. I herefore pro teed to sell at the late residence of said decess. :d in Besch Island, on Thurday~e 11th din7 if November next, all the property and estate .t said deceased, consisting of three Negroes, dorses, Mnles, Canla, ad Hag~s, Coin and Fodder, Plantation 'Tools, sea ,Blacksmith's rnos. one Barouche,andone Pismno Forte,&Ac., manacreditof six mnontef puchasers to give hair N~otes witla approved securities. OLIVER T'OWLF.8, Orinr of Eg~jf ADistrici tGefnber21 d 3 T HlE PRILOT9IElN OR F EMALES FRIEND. theicDisr ePvrs Ti HIS Medicine may be resortesi to widh 3 the utunost confidetneer tor the ptae of elieving ad rernoving alnsplL teecota. )klims peculiar to Females1 ad *fMch ollen sad in sotme formn or othier sal permanent ill ,ealth, It will also relieve munch of the enfr ng, and preven theose seeide to whidh all nothera'are exposed. Pamphalleta entainii:~s slamly t estluso ials. dareetonls andm 1nformration,valabale o Females ,and heads offamillss, rmay lie had -ratis, awhere the Pimlotoken is sold, by *EDW-D. J. MIMS, Edgged Cl. IlAVILAND,- IIARRALot& ALLEN, . . * Cserkiee. H AVI LAND. ILEY & 00, Angus. P'rice*Ti50Gper Bottle. 4 nQctbrl1t 2iia* 27 Sherire Sales. BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri . Facias. .1 shalt proceed to sell at Edgfield Court House, on the first Mon day and Tuesday in November nest, the following property: f. L & E. Penn & Co. vs. Thomas Deloaeh, the tract ofland where the defen dant lives. G. L & E. Penn & Co. vs. Jeptha Coach, seventy acres of land, more or less, adjoining John Bush and others. G. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs. Benjamin Cato, six hundred acres of land, on which is a valuable set of Mills, and adjoining Lewis Aabel and others. G. L. Penn & Co. vs. Talbert Chea tham, the tract or land where defendant lives, a oinino George Martin4 atd others. Wit. M Wilsn vs. Rudolph Carter. Robert Carlisle vs, (he same, five thoussud acres of land, more or less, adjoining John Wise, John Bansketi, and others. Cothran & Rushbton vs. Philip Dunmire, Iwo hundred acre. of landj uitre or less, adjoining Evan Presley, and others. L. Uiddings vs. Zilpha Nobles. Ingir. ham & Hays vs. the same, one easy chair and one two horse wagon. C. M. Furman vs. Oliver Simpson, two houses and lots in the towno of Hamburg, bounded on the north by Mercer street, on the east by Centre street, on the south by Market street, and on the west by lots of W. Gray. J. Eichelberger, bearer, vs. John A. White, one hundred acres or land, more or less, adjoining John Hill, and others. George Parroet, agent, vs. Edmund At cheson, two hundred acres of land, more or les, adjoining John Deason. and others. Wm. M. Wilson vs. Julias Howard and Rndolph Carter.ive thousand acres orana, more or less, adjoining John Wise, John Batasket, and others, the property of R. Carter. B. F. Gonuedy, T. C. vs. Mrs. E. A. Hammond's estate, nine hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining James Goff' Charles Lamar, and others. B. F. Gouedy, T. C, vs. Henry Shnltz, one lot in the town or Hamburg,'No. 163, having fifly feet front on Covington street. and one hundred and ninety feet on Cobb street, and adjoins lot No. 164, B. F. Gonedy. T. C. vs. Jarred Wise, two hundred acres of land, more or less, where defendant lives. Bland, Cadia & Co. v. Martin Posey. The same vs. the same. E. D. Cook vs. thesame, one sorrel Mare. Stepheu Owens vs. Isase Anaway, two Horses. John Gomillion vs. Richard Ripley, one bay borse and one bay male. F. J. Hay vs. Hamilton J. Cave. C. H. Langley, for the use of another, vs. the same, John Cave, Ad'r. vs. the same, two negroes, via. Polly and Jane. Darling J. Walker vs. Sterling Powell, two hundred acres of land, more or less, adjoining D. Walker, and others; also, on'e Horse, Cadaway Clark vs. Thomas IT. Love less, the tract of land where defendant Jie, adjoining John Coghurn. and others. -e) . Sharpion vs. R. M. Johnson, one bayHorse, and one yoke or Oxen. aTennI cash. S. CHRISTIE, a. c. a. re of South Calina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Thomas Stone. Applicant, vs. Thomas Lightfoot and others, Defen'ts. BYin order from the Ordinary, I shall Proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House. on the first Monday in November next, land of the estate of Philip Lightfoot, dee'dl., situate in said district. Tract No. 1. c.ontaining four hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Ed mund Atchison, William Tompkins, and others. Tract No. 2. containing one hundred acres, more or less, adljoing lands of lien. ry Stone, Elias Robertson. Sterling 1'ree man, and others. To b~e sold on d eredit of twelve months, the purchasers in gitve bond and personal security and a mort gage of the premises to the Ordinary if re quired. Costs to be paid in casht. S. CllRISTlE, s. K. ii. October 12 (63 00) e 37 State of South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. John Dorn Jr., Guardian of A bigal Thornton, Applicant,1 NewtonThornton & others, Minors by the ad litem Defendan's. J B Ya re from the Orditnarv, I shall proceed to sell at Eudgefield Court House, on the first Monday in November next, lands of the estate of Job Thortnton, dee'd.. situate in said district, on the waters of Cufteetown Creek, adjoinitdg lands of Amon Stalsworth, Elian Lake, Jacob Thgornton. attd others, and cotntaining 100 acres, more or less. To be sold on a credit of one and two years, the purehaser io give band and personal securityg and a nirf gage of the premises roathe Oinlinary if re quiredt. Costs to he paid its cash. S. C HRlISTE, a. k. ft. October 12 (63 00) c 37 D~oot and Shoe Shop. TH E subscriber has in Hamb'urg, on LCentre street apposite Messrs, How. ard & Garmanys' a BOOT and SHOE Shop, where he itil keep nit hand fine SHOES & BOOTS, wattanted work: likewise an assortment of Coarse Shoes manufactured at his Tiny ard rear Mtr. Vintage. on the otd Stage Road, between Edgefield Court Hos sod IHumburrg. Aisto Carlies oit the Saddilery ad Uarnesu business, in all its branches, and will sell low fdt egsh, Good raw Hides will be ta ken in trade or for cash, er wrh stat thre parties. All iuseness In his line, attended to with despntch. H. In GEACTt'. 'Hamburg, Oct. 4, 18341 if' 36 Ef The fresuAe of W'ieg CU LBR EA T H. annonnee him as a candidate for the office of Ordinary, of Edgetieki District. Septetmber 30 if 36 ~he friends of Aqnulla MILES. announce him as a candidate for the ogfie o(fax Collector, of Edgefield District. Uepteuaber 16 tt 3 Hardwari and Cutlery. T HE Subscribers have just receiVed d rect from the Manufactures in Eng land and the Northern States, a handsome and well assorted stock of Harderare bad Culery; which the ofer for sale on ve reasonable frms, Wholesale and Retail at the corner (brick building) of Centre and Mercer Streets, among which are: English, Swedes and Amerlran Iron assorted sizes Sandersons Cast Steel Gernaa, English and Amr~erican Steel Ba'nd and Hoop [ron, assrted sizes Lead, Cut and wrought nails, all sizes Collins Axes, Adzes, Chizels & Gouge. Mill 1 rons, full assortment Anvels, Vices, Smith Bellows, florse Shoes and Horse Shoe nails. Wagon l1oxes. Chains Wood Screws. Pots, Bake pans and Frying pans. Table Knives & Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives MIll. Crosscut, Hand and Tenant Saw* Locks & Hinges, Carpenters Planes and harnoters Coffee Mille, Gridirons and Angers Grinstiones. Macilla, and Cotton Rnpe 4 to 2 inches And other articles, such as are usually kept In Harlwate $ttres, HENKELL & ROBINSOlN. Hamburg, Sept. 30, 1841 d 36 LOST, T HPft Notesofhand this4th da)jof Octber, in the Village of Edgefield - one note on James Reynold. for sixty dot lars, payable to the Soiseriber, dated some ime the past summer, and payable Janu - try next. One other note on Elbert Doby, ror seventy "we dollars, dated in March last. and payable in Oct. instant i ctedited i March last wiih $13, and ibis day with 010. Aso one other twne on John Wit ock, for forty dollars, dated in July last. payableone or three days alter date, all payable to The subscriber. JOHN A. MACKER. Edgefield C. H. Oct. 4. 1841 if 311 .*dmsisistrager's Sale. W ILL BE SOLD, on SMonday thetwentv Me ninth da of November neat, under an wer fom the inary of kEge6eld Distries, ill the personal property belonging tothe estate )f Eema F. Siuikins, deceased, Consisting of about :30 Nes. flueses, i.les, Cattle. Hogs,Corn, F , Oats, Plate, mtion Utensil... c., &c. The sale will be held at the Candrnk Pfm 'tisa, on Little galada, sad the serms will be or all amounts at or under five dollars cask; ali )ver that amount twelve mvonths credit, par haser giving note and two approved secnnies, F. W. PICKENS, Aden'r. October 14 g :37 W ILL 6e sold on the first Wednesday W in December next, at the late resi. dence of Hillary M. Cnliier, deceased. in Edgefleld District South Carolina. all tie property both Real and Personal belonging to said Estate, eteept the negres. tlhere ii about thirteen hundred Acres of best OYak and Hickory Land, which will be divideld into two tracts, leaving with the hose place about 650to I00 Acres. Ad regard. the value 9( this property its character is so sell known, as tm thake a descriptina of it stast ueess. It is considered one of she best Coiii~ 0-tr "^blrsiWshg in the State.it lig on -The Martintowir Roadi the gteht thuroughfair, leading fromia the *est fU all the lower eodatty muites, and a noted stand with all the brovers4 and when viewed purely as a planting in tetest, it presents matny advantages, that of fertility of soil and its adjueney to one of the best Markets in the United States. The land sold on a credit of one and tao years,the personal property twelve moidfhs. Amongst the personal proptermy *111 he sold the 2nbre crop of Cotton and Corn. R. MERRIWEThER, IR. H ENDERSON, Execufof, ISA A CT. IEA Rb, '1'hce Augusta Chronicle & entinel, andI Greenville Muuntainieer, will give the tduuve Pit weekly insertionzs and forward their account. to this otlice previous to the day of sale. Oct, 1, 1841 h 36 TH E subscriber, since theists fre in Hea U.burg, lean taken .storage roms, ineluding the brick house, on Market er-et. in front of the old Warehouse, formerly belonging to Mr. Shnitz: and is lessexposed to risk of Fire ad Water. lis busine's *flV ga on us heretnilbre. He. offkrs fbr' sate a: good supply of leadineg articles of Mereeandiase. 8egar, hagging. Salt, Iron, Motaisses, & c. &c. iberal cach adrdnees sin Cotton Consigned to bl him ru ele, nr t e i road. Hamburg, S C. Oet 2n~d 1841. d 36 SflBLtY & UGH ER, Warehouse and Cebsisc' sions .ffeVwant, HAMBURG. S. C. TAKRE pleasure int announcing to their C.ountry ftiends and to the Pabile generally, that their WA RBH OL!S2 A ND WHlAAI is sow in. 0oon cog.DtitOs H aving raised the Warehotise above thu highest high-wafer rhark of thce great Ma7 flood, with sufficient foundation to make it perfectly secure from any Rise itt the River, while our loeation in Poret of FIRE net surpassed by e, Ware House lo Hammrarg, being sitnate on the Coruer of Centre and Mark'et Streets. and occupy ing the whole front Square to C'ook Stree4, opposite '~he Bank & Post Ofe.e, oeveni ent to the Ilail kond, immrediately onthe River. and In the very Centre of the Pr4er tiple Cotton bealers and Ship rs, and the great thoroughfair to the Britge. (lrateful for the liberal support we have hitherto received, solicit from our Patrons and the public generally, a continuanceeof their confidence. From our long experi once in the IWarehoe and Comeao kuuiness, feel confident, with our facilities, to be able to give to all entire satisfaction. We make liberal advances on Cotton im Store, and will attend to the Safe er Ship, ping of Cotton en moderate term.. Business Committed' to- onr care will receive prompt mratitrin with our'best ef rots for the interestr of ustomers.. SIBLEY & USHER. Hamburg S. C., Oct. 1,.1341, tf M