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CHARLESTON, Nov. 10.
The Cotton market is eaier to-day and the operations were'. confitied to 1.000 bales,.at a range of froa 91 a Ij'cents. Fair Cotton sold at 11 centi. -1IAM BURG, itov. 0. Cotrox.-DuriZng the fiast part of the ieek under teview. there was a good demand for this article at full pribes, sales to a large amount being moade at prices ranging from 9 to 101, and in sume cases as high as I L was paid for lancy parcels. Waon raItes way be said to range from 9 to 11 cents. AUGUSTA, Nov. 31.: CorToN.-Our market for coton yesterday was very quiet, the sales reached about 500 bales. There was,some demand but holders were stiff in their rates. Ordinary cotton was sold at 91, and middling fiir at 10J; fair was generally held at 101 a I0J cents. On Thursday eveing. the 1st inst., by 'the Rev J.W. Coleman, Mr. ALrRED BoYD, of Abbevil'e District, to Miss MARHai' ELuZA Asr D&asoN, eldest daughter of Mrs. Judith Ross, or this District. - Youatt?t Condition Powders) FOR THE RADICAL CURE OF HEAVES, BROKEN--WIND,. COUGHS, GLANDERS, And -all those diseases which afrect the muas membram of the Lungs, Wind Pipe 'Throat and. Head- of the Horse. also t0 expel Botts and . Worms, loosein the Hide, iniprove the appetite, and- keep the animal in good con-. dition. Sold .by.HAVILAND.; RISLEY & CO. Augusta; HAVILAND, HARRAL & '0. Charleston, wholesale Druggi .ts-also sold in Edgefield by G. L. PENN, Agent. Price 50 cents a package. Oct 10 2m 38 lew David's or Uebrew Plaster. " Of ihis celebrated Plastet, it is only iecessa' vy t6 say, no remedy has heretofore been dis *covered *to dilial it in curing inveterate ulcers and'all sords, either fre4h or long standing, for pains in the'back, breast, side,-or limbs. occa, sioned by cold, gobt,rheumatism, &c. Iis an effectual cure, for -corns on the feet, when ap pfied a sufficie'nt me. The genuine is sold liy G. L. PENN, Agent. Edgefield, C. H. Oct. 10, 1849, Im 38. Btler odge Xo. 17. ( Al niu'rmectin, of this Lodge will ie held 'ou Monday evening next at 7 o'clbck, .. F. H. WARDLA W, Sec. November 14 - . It 43 Mesoinic NotIce. Regisl:r ineetinmgiefConcordia Lodge No. .A 50, will he held at their Hall on Satur d ny 17th Novembr-, at 8 b'clock P. M. A puic.. tual atteidance of ill the members is requested. By drder of the V. 31. W. H. ATKINSON. SEC'RY. Nov. 14 It 43 . Baptist ConVention. TV H E STATE CONVF.NTION of the .3.Baptiti Densomiatitoan ina Snth-Carmlina . will hold its awetiy tfunrlh aniversary with rte Jlnprsist Chuirch nt Edrefield C. II., ona SAT URD)AY before the 2dd Lordi'sdaty ini Decemiber of thme presenit y ear, Rev. lirmfessor Edwards will p,reach the' irtrtoductory sermon at II o'clock, A. MI , ofthie samne day, and R1ev. M r. Kerndrick the Charity Sermon oan Lord's day, at thme sme honr. A c.ommau?ce of the Churek will he present at tIhe Post,UIlice on Friday. to receive tIme m'tm. hers of thme B3oard, and "it Saturday, to receive thme mtemnbers of the Convenition. io assign to them their,,respective places ofr abo,de. WVILL.1AM BI. JOHNSON, Pr'esident of the Consvenmtiorn, and Minister of the Church at.Edgefield, C. 11,. S. C To the Clerks of thte Baptist Associations in tiu: Siate. DEAaR BaRTREN:-I reqoest tlt@ faivor of you to forward to me, by neil, a coipy of the Miannaes of your respective Associtions, that I may pf*pare a Sttautical tble. fhr the-publhica tions in the lMonutes, of the Conivenstion. A fTectiomntely, yours WVILLIAM hi. JOh!NSON. Edgefield 0. H., S. C., Nov. .12. .1840. A Chaileflge to Gainsayers, A NY mart .who wishes to.write on ELO QUENCE, and can bent the Subhscriber, will receive tihe surm of five dollars. towards tIhe puablications of Ihis work, anid if beatent by the S bcriber, lhe must pay him the same. for publishing Isis work. TIhis is to encourage lIstel lect. H. JENNINGS. Nov. 14, 2t 43 Fair Warning. ALL PERSONS indebted tn the tinder signed either by Note or book account, are earnestly entreated to rmake paymentt be. tweent now and Jaitaary next, (1850,) as I am' closing' up my husinmess in Hlamburg. A fter this notice, arnd paymentus not amade withins the tine mnentined above, i hope those indebted to ams, will not think it unfair if they t'rd their notes anmd aconuits irn thie hsande of proper offi-. cers for collection. J. 3. H OWA RD. P. 8.-Should I be absent at any time, mty Books anmI notes will be lelt in tire hands of Mestri'. Brindley, Rosamond & Smni:h,to whom pJaymenit may be made.. .J. J. H. N ot i ce. VU1HE COMMIISS(ONI'RS of Roads for 3. the Upper Battalion 'of the 7thm Regi meat of the Sneth Carolina M ilitia, will let, at -Edgeieldi C. H., on the first Monday in De ceamber next, the contract for putting up Poin ters or Sign Boards, at the different fo,rks amid cross roads in said Bation. The Posts are to be of good lightwood )2 feet hong. 8 x 8 iches. and the boards of good yellow pine, abont thgree feet -longt, 'seven iniches wide. anad 14 inches thick, to be mor.iced into the posta. Thse natmes of places, and umnher of miles, to be piuinmedl on the boards, all subject to the approval of the Commiissioueas. GEOU. A. 'ADD[SON, * . Sec'ry of Bioatd. Nov. 14,. S 42 FOR flavoring lee Ureams,~ Sauces, Jellies Puddings, Pies, &c., viz: Lemton Vanilla, Almnon and Rose, just received, ansd for sale by - G. L. PENN, Aax-r. August15 if 30' -Fo Slale, MNEW lNINETY GALLON KETTLE. A pply-at. this Offico. Oct.30, - 141 Edgefield Female Institute. M R. ROBERT H. NICHOLLS, who has f6r the last three yenik had charge of the Faller lnstitute, Greenwood, Abbeville District, and who has accepted the uianimons invitation of the Trustees of the Edoefield Fe male Institution, to become the RECT-OK of that Institution, feels much pleasure in announcing this hrrangement to the public and esiecially to his tumerous patrons in Edgefield District. It is his ititention, on the second M4onday in January next, to open a schcol in Edgefield Village, wherein every accomplislunert, Lite rary, Scientific, and Ortinmental, necessary to a perfect feiale education may be acquired, and whereby parent- may be spared. the ex pense of sending their danghters to those-dies tances 1r6m hoie, which are always sources of pain and often prejudicia%. - An experietine of tnorb thattbnty-fie years in his professiotr. hal tnatured his lilans, and given him a thorough knowledge of the char acters and requiremeats of.youth.-his disci pline in strict but parental-motives of duty and affection. are .the inducemt.nts to study which he inculcates, and his system is rather to eilarge the mind, ihan to overburden the meno ry'--us4fil knoivledge. has entire precedence of that which is ortiatnental, and the eleinen tary bi-anches of education, are thoroughly in stilled, before ad*Vanced studies are permitted. Every accomptishment is. however, carried in its highest grade. and aided by superior and numerous Assistants, all necessary inusical instrumentts and philosophical apparatus. he 'rnsts he mnay receive a continuance ofthat libe. ral'patronage, which he has for years enjoyed in dfeld Abbevifle, Lautens, and Newberry Districts. The REc'Ot reers to the Advertispment of the Trustees, and to the following gentlemen: Gov. DAViD JonsoN, l1on. W. J. GRAYSON, Col. F H. Er.Mona, Dr. W M MosLEY. Col. L. 11. Musym. Dr. Jons NicHOLsoN, Messrs J xrraas, COTR.N & Co., &c. A prospeclus of- Plains. Instructiots, and Terms, willshortly be published. Edgefield C. H., Nov. 8, 1849. The Sputhern Baptist, Temperance Ad vieate, Hamburg Republican -and Lnurensville Herald, will please insert Weekly until January, and forward itictr ifecounts to this offlice. Nov. 14, 7t 41 A Teacher Wanted T.O take chalrge of the RED BANK Acade 'JLny. One well qialilied to teach the Languages, wo)sl be preferred. L.ecommen dations of morals and character. will be reqtir ed, as Well as qualifications. For further par ticulars, apply to. W. DANIEL. W. S. MOBLEY, .NO. JENNINGS. Sr. ) a BENJ. ETHERIDGE, I 2 B. S. GOGBURN. J Nov. 14, 1840. tr 43 Estate Sale. ON TUESDAY the 11th day of December next. I will onfer for salt at. the late resi dence of Jo.seph It. Addison, dec'd., all his personal Estate. 'n-sisting of TWENTYPrNINE LIKELY NEGROES, norses. Mules, Corn and Fodder, Plantation Tools. aod other articles. T,rtt4s-TwcVe Months credit, with Note and two approved sureties. WHITFIELD B. ADDIRON. . Adm'or. with the Will annexed. Nov. 8. 184 .. 4t 43 SHERIFF'S SALE. Y virtue ofsondry writs of Fieri,Fa cias, to nie directed. I will proceed to sell ai Eidgelfield Court House, on the first 31o:iday iand Tuesday following in Drcembher next, the following property, in the following cases. vig, A. Jontee, for the use of Win. Adger vs Orasha Ilaney, thte traict or land where the defendanit liv~es. ad!joinaing lands of Robert Iloisonhake, and ostters. Whit. Brooks. Ex'or. vs John Schtum pert, the tract of1 land where the de-fendatt lives, containting five hundlred anid foart5 acres. niore oir less, and adjoiniug lands of Samplfsont Pope, andI others. Geo. A. McKie vs Elizabe'h Samuel, aud others, two negaro meni, Aardn and a Termis of Sale, Cash. SS. CHIRISTIE, S. E/DP. Nov. 12. 3' 43 SH EIU1FF'S SA LE. STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Malechi Cbghurn and wife, vi~. Eliza Posey, and others. Y ite tif an Order from John Hill, Es-., rdiaryof Edgefield D)istriet, I shatll proceedl to sell at Edgefieltd Court House, tin the first Monday ini Decembner next, thte lands belonging tn the estate of Wilcy Posey. dec'dI., situate itn the District and State afore.said, adljoining lands oif Samtuel Posey, John R. Wever, and othters, containintg two hudred and forty acrcs, more or less. Said lands will he sold on a credit or t welve months. Purchasers giving bond anud two approved securities, and a mort gage of the premises, to senere the pur chase money. Costs to he pftid itt ch. S. CH RISTIE, S. E. D. Nov. 12, 3i 43 State of' South Carolina. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY, Mary 11. Homes, and ') Cath. P. Hlohmes, . Elizabeth Holmes, JPriin NOTIICE is htereby given, that by vir,. ..toe of an Order from the Court of Equity in this case, I shallisell at Edgefialdl Court House. on the First Monday in De cembe-r next, the following real estate, he long.ing to the estate of William P. Holmes, dec'd., viz i One Tract of land conataining one lhon dred and fifty acres, more or less, situated in the District anid State aforesaid. and adjoiniug lanids of Lewis Collius, 'Wyatt Hlolmnes, and others. Also, one other Tract of hand, containing fourteen hundred acres, more or less, situ ated in the D)istrict antI State aforesaid, antd adjoinitalands of Tandy B3uckhalter, B3atte [Inward, and-others. The atove Tract of one himdred and fifty acres, first described, will be sold on a credit of one year, and the other of fourteen hundred acres, last described, on a credit of otne andt two years. except as to so much as will pay the.cost of this suit, wt be paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond and good personal sureties to secure the purchase monev. S. S. TOM PK(INS, c. x, z. n. Commn'rs. Office, Nov. 8, 1849. Nov. 9. 1849. 4ia 43 AU-CTION. T HE Subscribers will continue offering - Their Stock of GOODS at Cost until Thursday the 29th;iIst. on which day they will olfer tho remainder at Auction. R. CAUSSE & CO. N. B.-All persons indebted to the concern of R. Causse & Co. are~particularly requested to call and settle without delay. R. C. & CO. Nov 7 if 42 M. L. BONHA1M W ILL practice LAw and 'EQUrTY In the Southern Circuit, conprising the Dis tricts or Ene aZ: ELD, ORANOEBURG, BARN WELL, Cot.A0To and BEAUFORT. His Office is at Edgefield Court Hobse. Aug. 22d, 1849, 6n 31 DR. E. F. TEAGUE R ESPECTFULLY offers his professional services in the practice of edWicine. Sur gery, and Obstetrics, to the Citizens or Edge field Village and vicinity. Office in the Drug Store of Drs. Bland. Teague & Co. M-lay 9, ir 16 JOSEP1 ABNEY, A TTORNEY AT LA IV. WILL be round in his tiffice at -Edgefield Court Housei tidjoining Bryan's Brick Store. on Suturdays, Saleduys, and Court, weeks. He will attend promptly and strictly to busi ness in his profesionf. January 10. if 51 Xolice. HE Subscriber intending to relinquih T the practice of Medicine at the expira, tion of lte year, retnrns his unfeigned thianks for the liberal patronage extended to him. being anxious to adjust his accounts, respectfilly re (nest those indebted to nake payment by Unsh or Nnte, prior to that date. Hih services as a consulting physiciatt. can be obtained on all oc casionls, u1nless when professinia ly eiinged. WM. D. JENNINGS, Ii. D. Oct. 10, 1849. tf 88 D R.. I. Al. TOMPKINS. rebpectffillyf fers his professimoinn serviu.es after the ex piration of' the year, in the practice of Medi cine. Surgery, and Obstetrics. to the Citizens of Dark Corner and its vicinity. OiHce at Dr. W. D. Jennings. Oct. 10, 1849. tr is .Manufaclired Zobaco. 1 BOX very superior quality, just received and for sald by G. L. PENN, Aget:. July 18 tf 26 Notice. T HIS is to forwari all pers6ns from tra T ding for two notes given by me to Rich. ard Griflin some time last Spring, one for three hundied dallirs. dnd the other for fifty ddliars, as said Griffin has done ie a serious injnry and absconded. I am detormined not t' pay them unless compelled by law. WM. B. DORN. Nov. 2.1849, 1im 42 Diainovd Cement OR Mending Brokei Glpm and Eartharn Wnre, a supply onl hand of ti valuable CEM ENT, for sale by. G. L. PENN, A'iEi+. Agust 15 tf 30 Notice. A LT those inidelbtid to the Estate of Hezo kinh0 Strome; dec'd., are hereby requested to niakce immediate paymmeit. and thtose having demtands to presetnt them properI)y andstede *1. i. & S. C. STROME; A dm'rs. Auigust l, 4m .2 Lard;, J UST -received a 'choi-ce Lot of Laid, for 0Faily use, and foir sale "y ., BLA ND & BUTLEif. .YVew Buck Wheat Flour. 1 OO PACKAGES new Buck Whea: 5 Kegs choice Gushen -uitter, Smo ked Beef. Smtoke.d T1otagnes &c. For stile by .II. A. K EN RICK. Hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, (k 4*2 Fruit. ASupply of Northern Applh-s, WV. I. Oran.. ges, Pinte Apples, Banantas, Platains, Coconunts, Ratsins, Prunes, Lemnons, Almotnds, Pecans. Curratnts, Citron &d. kept constatntly on hand, and for sale by H. A. IRENRICK. IIamburg'Nov. 7, 1849, tf 42 Tobacco & Sniufl. 03 BXES Manufactured Tobacco, va 3 ritu nnitien, asproratce 1t0 Boxes Thoinas' Tobuacco.asueirrtc, Maccaboy and Rappen Snuff, Mrs. Mi lIens Finte Cut and Stnnk inc Tobacco, For sale by H-. A. KENRIGK. llamnburg,July 24 1849, t 27 .FIue Chewing Tob&acco Of BOXES Fine Cherwing TOBACCO, U" N.ectar Leaf," " Eldorado," " Rough anid Ready," ' For sale by w HI. A. KENRICK. Hamnbu:rg, Nov. 5, 1849, if .2 G9 BOXES prime Goshien CHEESE. For sale by H. A. KENRICK. Hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, 4t 42, 3O BA RRELS choiich CA NA L FLOUR 9 For sale by H. A. KENRICK. H amburg, Nov,. 5, 1849,. Gt 42 19 BARRELS Newark CIDE) For sale by H. A. KENICK. hamburg, Nov. 5, 1849, 4t 42 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. T1 OLLED before me by Rlichiard Berry, an ...estray sorrel mare muje, of ordinary height, light made, mtarks of gear about her shtoulders; supposed to be 10 ot 12 years of age and apprise'd at $50. J. QUATTLEBUM, M. E.D'. Oct. 8,1849, 4tm . 38 Copartner'ship. W hv this day associated with tus, Mr. VJ. E. BUCKMASTE4I, in the tratns action or the GeneraL Ceiamisuion'and Factor age Buesiness, which will theretiter he coniducted~ unsder the name and style of JEFFRas, CUTH' Na & Cu. -JEFFERS &COTHRAN. HIambturg. Sept. 10, 1849, if 34 EGRO KERSEYS, Shoes and Blanikets. A superior asssortmuent at BLAND & BUTLER'S. Oct. 3, tf 37 RESHI ENGLI6H DAIRY CHEESE, J'just received at BLAND & BUTLER'B. nct3 tr -3r Coimtantly on Hand, AN1t S;ILL RECEIVING-! W E h day rceived per Ste'amer !p 1f.jr_EJ, from Wew-York, ex tensive atdi ns to our already large and superior I . of GOODS. - AII :our.recent .arrivals are Plain an igured Black Silks, Striped abil- Watered- do. Plain 'ntFigured col'd do. 1-2 dozi,,Pars Swiss Robes, for evening Dreses, tome New and beautiful Styles of Ging haman IourningCollars .LAces, &c. .-Fon ma. GEZSrt,Lu s. Superior..BlLck ArnFFancy.Cassimers, A beatifuLifadornent of Ogice and Over r - poasa. i 2 or 8- pilces Ingraided, and three Ply . Carp'tang Fresh 1ils Dairy and Pine Apple Cheee, " Macaron Fruits &c. - LAND & BilLER. Oct. 30, 1849. tf 41 .Xegi FE* 4k W ler Good9s. 'WILLIAM H. CRANE. AienStA, dEOYGIA. AS Ju'r eceived by the latest arrivals I H frot ..Iew Yirk', aTarge and splendid as sortienf~of-DRY'GOODS which were selec. a ted by myself'Mii which he will sell as low as any other marchant it# the City. Rich Embroiidd'U-ieCapes-nd stanup Collars Rich Sattin DeClii"e dnd Cliaitilion Silks, Fiie Bick and'Colorid Merinoe and Thibet , Cloths.. Rich plain 'id ftured Gashmers and DeLanes, i Black, Modelgfd other Coloted Alpaccas, Black Canton Cth. for Mourning. Rich figisred.Purtuiss frr Dresses, A large assortmoitMislin DeLanes, Gi.ghams, Pririts.an&'.Shirtings very cheap, Irish Linens, Liuglawns aid G;itobrick Hand- t kerchiefs, Tiirkey-rid'Cambric, Drapery Mu1lins, Fine Caslimere'aiia Plaid fhn*s, Cloths, Clisimers,t Sattinetts, and Kentucky Jesis, Silk, Cotton,-Cnshrnere and Aliidre'a 116sery, Fine fignred and'phiin Fni niture Dimetry, 11-4,12-4 ffine'ribbon bound Whitney Blankets, 8-4 9.4 Hesvy'luffle-Blankets, Augusta Shirlings and Kerseys. at Marfurar tites i1ces, together with a great variety of other articles~which will be sold very low id to which lie-woUld respectfully- invite the auen lion of dhou ib ift Atjusta 1br the purpose of purihising 'Goods. rr New. Gods receiVed weekly by the Steamers. Nov. 7, 1849. 4t 42 1 Edgefield Female Institute. T HE TRUSTEES of the fnstituition. atx idi to eletate its clnracter and useful ndss, liairi rteently pur:hsed i large and ciinodioui liof lan'd (vithin the town, upyii which lhey. ha*verected suitable buildings. und siow announce to.the public. that they have C socured the .sefvices, as Rector and General e Instructor, of 0a. RoBaRT H. NICtOLLS. a The Institutewul be opened on the First I Monday inJanupry next. MR. NIcHoLLS, has had many years experience in his profession. Was PrJfeisir. in Jeffirson College, Louisiana, -has rec*il tighl with grep,t.-stic6'.. at Greenwo i hn been induced to take charge 6f this ituLi'n, with a view to a per manent abode amongst us. t The Trusteesconfidently stat, that every t fr-iliy.to cou and finished Female Edu cation, will be ad at this Institution; a,qd. must edafnestly appeal to the publie genierally, and pariitularly to the citizenis of EJgefIeld District.flo give it their,aid anad patronnge. ' Excellenat board enni he. obtained at .reasonsaa bie rates in the town tad its vicimty; Inistructresses in Ml usic, Drawinig. Painting, Embroidery, &c., will be eonnected with the Intstitutilin. IlThe riitei i l' TIullion, will be reasona!;le These, with the reguilation of the Sessions, and I other iatters, will~ be published itn due Itme.I N. L. GRIFFIN. -F.H.WARIDLAW, ~EDMUND PENN; i - S. F. GOOD E.. ? Uctober 30, 1849. tf 41 Edgefield JYale Academy. Tu HE T.RUSI'EES of this Institution, ..hav~e elebted n- t TIIoxAs Joutsoh, &/c (or, for the ensning year. Mli Juuss, was edtneated at the Soth I Carolina College, and ia very favorably knowh. as an lnstrtuctor in .a respectle Academy; in this District. The Trnstees have some assurntece that Ma. Jomssos, will deviate hiiinselfeiclusively to this urofession, and- frofii.his talents and attaiii ments, they confidently r-ecaomend him to the, gener.us supp.ort of the comnniity. The Academny will be opened by Mla. Jouc. son. on the First Monday itn Janua.ry next. It shaall be the effort of the rrster's; to co-operatet with the Rtector, in preseiving.good mtorals amongst the pupils, and in funmshing to the ptublic, the best possible education for their a sonis. Rates of Tuition, rules and reguilations, will be p)ublished herealler. .JOHN LIPS COMB, F. H. WAR DLAW. JOHN BAUSKETT, ' E R. TI. MIMIS,. N. L GRIFFIN.J Octoiber 30, 1849. tf 41 r Clear Spring Academy. Tf H E Trustees aif this Academy would tn~ ..form the jiniblic'that, for the ensuring year, they have seenied the services of Mr. Jamses L. Lesl, who has beenm so long anid favourably knsown as Te'aehier at Greenwood and elqj where in our District. The Acadetmy is loca..] tedl in a hieilhy and moral comusaity, fivye nmiles East of Calhoun's Mills, ansd twelvet miles South'of Abbeville, C. H. TVhe scholatstic year will be divided rnro two. ' sessions of five months each; id piipils will lie I charged frryn the time of enterinag until the end. of the dession. Exercises to counsuenice on1 the 2d Monday~ i anuaiy. 1 Th o'oing ate the established tateso ntition. '. For the elemerits embracing reading, 0 writing, spellrn.fand m'ental exerci ses in Arithtrmetid. per. Sessiton.. $6 00 hi The above with.Engliiah. Grammar, Geogra'phy, -und . Aithimetic, per Session. - $8 00O s The abovie with Philosophy, Chemes try, .Algebra, Geometry, &o. per Session. -- $10 0O The above with Latiin and Greek. S15 00 1E7 Good boarding cani be obtained conve- J nient to thae Academy at SG680 per tmoth. tc A bbeville, Dist. Nov. 1, 1849. 2m .42 it .WoliUce. LL persn indebtetkto the Estate of John lemand agahst aid Estate re as rqetd U present according to law. A. JONES, -Adm'r. iELLING OFF AT COST Fo' Cash. HE Subscriber having determiaed to close his business ofi r hiq entire lock.of goods at COST FOR CASH. .There is a large Stock of seasonable ronds on hand. many of them bought this 'all at the lowest figure. Persons desirous of availing th-mqplves f this opportunity to buy CHEAP for 1ASH, will do well to call early. S. F. GOODE. October 22, 1849. LL Persons indebted in the Subscri t,sr, or- Goode & Sullivan, previous the first of January last, are earnestly q4uested tocall and settle without delay. S.F. 0. Oct. 21, jot 40 NEW GOOIDS AT THE CrEAP NEW YORK C-JS1I:STORE, PKR STcAmyR N(RTHENER. H E Siihscriber hitving just' retrni ed from the North,. takes this mnethod or inform ig his friena-a, customers and the pnblic cen. rally. that ie has received part of his well se. cted Stock of DRY GOODS ;which lie wi.l !l cheaper than the cheagest. All you have to o. is to call and see, lie charges noibiog for 1Aking J. COHN. Oct. 17, tr - 39 qew V ail & Winter Goods. rlh Subscribers have reci'ed and opened tieir Fall Stock o'f ORY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE HATS AND CAPS, NEGRO SHOES, BLANXETS, KERSEYS, AND LINDSEYS, i1 of which will be sold as low as they can e bought in the market. WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE. -A L S O-z 20,000lbs Spattahburg Irori, 20,000lbs. ." Nails, So Sacks of Salt, 4,00Olbs. Choice Bacon Side. W. & C. Obtober 17, st 89 TATE OF SOUTI CAROLINA. EDVxEFlELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. tosa Anna 8niorh; s. . Partition. tohert S. Strom. and others. OTICE is hereby given, that by vir N tue of the Decree of the Court or quity in this case, I shall proceed to sell t Edgefield C. H., on tire first Monday i Decenbir next, fie real estate of Hez kinh Strom, deteased, viz: Oie tract of ia*nd composed of two par els, containing three hiidred acres more r less, situaed in the District and State foresaid on Turkey Creek, and ndjoinilng 11111: of. Richard Hardy. Wm. Runneli; I. W. Strom, Elbert Baird and S. 0. Lobetis. Said Lands will be sold on.a credit of ne and two years, in equal inastalments, xcept for so much as will pay the cost of ,iis suit, to be ptid in cash. - Purchasers a givebond and good sureties to'secure bie purcliase Tmy -[~ E S. S.TO1KN,.E..'. Commn'rs. Office,;Nov. 6,.1849. Nov 7 1849 4t 42 Exccutor's Sale. Y an Order frmri JoIn H ill, Esq., Ordi nazry of Ediefield District, I will proceed sell at the late residence of 'Spencer Broil iare. dec'd., ri- IVEDNESDAY the twemty rret dniy of November next, all the personal roperty of the said deceascd, consisting of SEVEN LIKELY NEGR')ES, lorses. Cattle, H ogs, Corn. Fodder anid Cot or. arid rother articles too redions to rirentmion, n a1 credit orf Twelve Months. All sumrs under ve dollars will lie parid in cash. IIUMPHRIEYS BOULWARlE, October 18, Executor. N :hd samd~ day. I will seil tIre tract of Land, Gh]ere thre Deceased live1 at tihe me of Ihis deathr, on Big Creek, cotitainring >ree lidnrdre'd and eighity-severn acres, miore or rss, adjoining lands o.f Allen Drizier. Richrdd ;ole'ni, GiIsemr Yarrbornghri and others. Said Land will be sold on .a eedit of twelve ionthrs. Hi. B3OULWARLE, Ex'mor. October 18, 4n 40 Execumtor's Sale. ILL bne sold oi thre 10th of December, VTat the late residenrce of Joseph Morris, )eceased, three tracks ref land, tire first con rining between four and five hundred aicres, ie.second containing abonrt two humdred, the rird, one hunadred and twenty, these lands arc i rio soldl for one fourth cash, the banince. tine nd two y.ears credit, except the track contain ag two hundred stcres 10r be soild for easil. No7 EDMUND MORRIS, Ex'orr. No.71e49, 5r 42' No~tice. SLL Persons indebted to the Estatte of WVi . ~ley F. Wells, Deceased, are reqnested to arke linimediate payrment, arid all thuse hamvineg laims against tihe Esta(e, to' render thetm ini roperly attested. TIre Srn6scriber will attend Saledays, in order settle up the Estate. CHESLEY WELLS, Adm'r. Nov.7l849' St* 4 Notice [ S HEREBY GIVEN, that apiilication will be made at the next-setting o' tire Legisla ire for a New Roa'd lea-ding out from tire Mar. n Town Roa'd i'n this Disetrtct, at or near Samn el Stevens, and bntersectin,i, tire Long Cane oadl, at or,.near Gibson Collins. SAngust r f 28 Notice [Slereygyen, that application~ will be mdtohenext Legislature liforhe grant r:a new Road. commenrcing at or: niear the old leant Mill, finmtrerly owned by Henury Wil ams' on tire Martiniown Rrad, anid intrersecting re Longcanoeleond, at or near Major John 'ompkin's MLI,. on Little Steivens Greek arid rid Road. July 1R. 184G. 3m 26 .WVofice. LL Persons indebted to tire Estate of Aaron Howard, D)eeensed, are requested p make immediate payment, and all those hay. ig claims againsatIhe estate, to render themn in roperly attested. SR. P. BRU.NSON, Adrm'r. Nov. 71849 2mn 42 Rifle Powder. SENTUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in 1 in. Canisters. For sale by H. A. KENRICK. Hamburg, 'July 24 18AG tr 4," House and Lot for Sale 1 HE, Subscriber ofers for A- T.,. -sale in the Village of Edge-, 'Ild, hi VALUABLE HOUSE - 6 AND LOT, being-sitiuatedi the centre of the Villige, near the Pubi Square, and immediately on btain Si-eet bounded on the rear-, and one side by Stroets, is among the most 'elegible situations in the Village. - The Dweiling House is commodious and in good repair.-A liberal credit ~will be - given. If nor disposed of by the first~ bio6h, day in December, the prcmises wilL be sold - without reserve, tt Antiton. In 1h1 Subscribers absence, application ca be made to H. R. Spann, Epq. S. W. KENNERLY. -- p Oct. 30. if - - 4 EX ECUTOR'S A LE. W -ILL be sold -to the highest bidder on the -- V seventh dlay of Novembei ner't, he Real anoT-Personal Etate of the'late Jnes T. -! Gray, dcamred. as follows: (ie entire tract of land, containiiig. by re--. cent sirvey, eleven thousand nine hundred-nd seventy.4even(1l,977) acres, sititated on the waters or ih Savannah Riverand Steel Cteek, ; Barowell Di.strict. S. C. There ate tibout fr. een hundred (1500) ncrei cleared land; well indaitel to the cultivation of Cotton and Grain. There is erected on Steel -Creek, about one anld a half miles fron the River, a Saw Mill, cont-iiining two saws, witl i'snificient water iow er to drive a Grint Mill and San- GIn asformer- - ly. The river laum id . hevilStih,bered with the growth of Oak. Hickory, Poilar and Cy- - press, sidjacent to the Mill; the growth of the pland (abiut nine thomaid iers,)- consists principally or Pine- .There is i sitaible lind ing on the iver for the delivery of Steanmboqt .4 Womd, of which there is an -abundant supply, amid ceinstai demand. To a capitalist desirous of engaging in the Timber and Turpentirie bIn sinet.s, and the renring -of stock of all kindt; the above Plantation oflers inducements inferior to none on the Savannah River. There is near the Mill a comfortable Overseers .Hnse, with a sufficient nuinher of frame builligs to ac% eotimmodate one hundred Negroes. The personal property consists1 of tyrenty-six (26) Ne-wroes, about on hniolred (100) head oif Cattle. fifteen Mules and Horses. a latge nnm.. hur of stock Hog , Sheep, lioisehold -and Kitchen Furitittm e, Plantation find Bliksmith's Tools, from seventy-five to eigity his of Cot t -n, from six to eiglt th6diand bushels of Corn, . Fodder, Pens &c. &c.; At the - sante time and pla'e, hy. Bonnent or parties, the tract or trcts or land, - known. an Giay's Hammitek, and par't of Slaie 1hland,'. adjoining the above, coniniiiin-g abo'tit five hmn dred and sixty (5i0)'9cier. A16;- 6rie olier tract on Telfair's Island. on theSivAnila Riv - er, containing forty (40) ac', kiowit as the Ddgerry.- - - D. ARDIS, Eiectitor. Beach Island, Selpt. 6, 1849. Ot . 36. TERMS OF SALE. The land on a creeit of onle.,two and three years, payment to be secured by bond. mortgage and personal security. The persoual property (with the exception of. the.cotton, whi6li will be sold for cash) on a credit of twelie itontlis with interest Iromn date; :pay.oent to-be ,spcured by Note and two approvied securities. The above sale is postponed to the fifth (5th) of Derember:' next. .. . D. ARDIS. - EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, FALL -TER W-. -. 8 - T is ordered liat an E:tia. Coli-rof-Cnm - inoit Pleas for the Distript 'f .tdgefield be fisidon, to begition the seciiid 3ioiiday in Jan. -- arV, eightenI.hutndrd 'did fiftf,ind. to conline - for tw~o weeks.:t.o didpmle-of -the -onfiished.bti siness of 'this Tretm. - It is fuirther ordered. thnt a writ of ucenire do issue to sutmmon Petit anid Common Pleas Ju rore for the said Eitra Court. - Ordered that one public iioilce be given here-. of by the Clei-k through the Newspaper pub- -. lished at F.dgefield Coua't.Fionse. -. . T. J. WITHERS. Oct. 12. 1849, tf 39 Ceuinej GodI Liver Oil. JU1ST received, it stipely of this vnlunakle - article recently brougl't into siehi exteny s'ive ese bay its astonishmir.g effects in ptilmonar-. nnd other diseasms. It is report by tine phtysi-, cian. (l)r. Williamis. of N. Y.) that of234 cases . of tubercutlons disease of.the lungs, treated dur* mug the Inst two and a hadlf years, of which lhe.. - has.preserved notes, only nineteen derived no masrked benefit from thte use of this Oil. In. o.ur own community onec person has already bein, to till appearances, material beinefitted by this remedj. For Sale by . . . . G, L. PENN, Agent. Sept 4, 1849 tf 33 .PFicie, Preserves, eVc. 10 Dozetn Underwood's Pickles, Half Gatlions, Quarts aund Pitits. 30) Dozen Underwood's Mustard in Bottles. and Boxes. 5 Dozen Underwood's Tomato Ketcettp. . Canton Ginger, Pueserved Pine Appler. . Limtes, Strawberry Jum, Raspberry Jami, Red Cunrrant .Jolly, Citian, Prunes, Cinnamon, Pickled Lobsters, Fresh Salnon and Enhbeters in Cans, Capers. Essetnce Cinnamon, Lemon, ~ Pep perminm, Ging'er, Syruip, Lemon--Syrup, Salamd Oi, &c. &c., For sale by li.. A. KENRICK. - IHIa mh nrg. Oct. 16, 1849, . tf 39 Feat her Renovating ILL cease here in some four weeks, for ithme purpose of goinig to Hamburg.- - - - - Those wishing their Feathers Renovagl, w'll[ pleas send their beds in ~as early as possible. imi all probability it will be the last chaoce that may lie oll'ered to the citizens of the villa'ge atnd vicimity. . - - W. 11. SPECKs Sept..12, 1849,........ ....34 R emoyal. T 1H E Subscriber having p,urchased-of Mr. -.-; S.F.uode, his residence in the Village,. haa removed to the same. E. F. TEAGUE,.M. D. Sept. 12. 1849, if - 34 - NoticQ I S H EREBY GIVEN, that application will. be made to the L.egislature at the next Sea sin for the incorporation. of Butler Lodge, No. 17 -.0. 0. F Augustl8, &If . . 29 - Noticee I S IIERE BY G IVEN, that aspplicationtwil be made to the Legislature of South Garoli.~ na, at its next Session, to incorporati -a Gorn. pny for the.purpose of tanking a Plank1-Road - fronm Edgefield to Hlamiburg. - - Agust 22 , t .' 31 GREAT BARGAINS IN .BO 0TS8-& SRO~E S OF EVeRY DESCil5tPTIoN. LA DIES Kid aimd Morocco Slippers, Ties1 Buskins and Walking Shoes of superior mality, Childrens, Misses anud Boys Shoes-and - toots. Thick heavy substaintial Negro Shoe, all of wvhicih.is warranted not to rip, and.wvii. be std extraordinary cheap for Cask, at - - WILLIAM McEVOF S