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O?l? _???. ; JiO:'^ ER'S
%i:itc. of .:::*.!jj s';cvc>?i:i.:.
E?fel&t?L? D?STRLJ i",
IN EQUI ry.
L. 0. Holloway, 1
Rd?efieM Odd Follows and
Hfi son io Building ?ssoeiation.
T~ji V virtue nf an ?rJer of thc Co ir! in this canne, '
Sj? I ..?il! pr-wi.! ?o mill ?it Bdgeficid ?j. il., ou '
MouXiy, t?!.: "th l)?c?0ib*r itvx', Cr li BA L BS- ;
'l'A ! K dssreribfcd i:: Mit- pleadings. ID wit:
YOE TH REE Rtl?l?V BU?L?'?lN.'? in llio
T?W? ..f Edgell : .; .1 .;V.i as ll...- O d i-\ ?sriS ?I.U.I
TER.MS-Soldon a cie.'.it of twelve months, i
wi lt interest from tlay of sale, payable armually, !
except Co?ts of suit wbich mu.-t bo paid in Ca.-h. j
Purchasers to give bond with good perso .al sure- j
ly, and mortgage nf tho premises tu s euro tho I
purchase money. Pavfor titles Extra.
?Z. W. CA ll WI LE, S E. E. H.
Nov. 10 -lt .10
State of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Coach, Adm's, "|
vs I Bill for tah
Jackson Holmes, \ of laud, ?tc.
Jcs o Couch, j*
Watson Couch, ct. al. I
virtue of an order from Court iii this cause,
> I will sell at Ed-e&Vd C. IL. on the firU
M 'nd.iv ia D -cem'-cr r.uxr. tjc HE \ L ESTATE
of JETHIA COUCH, tlcc'd;, to ?it:
THE HOMESTEAD, containing, ?i?kty-Two
and oae-Laif Acres, and tho CLAXTON PLACE,
c ntaiaing Fifty-eight Aeres, more or tvss, bounds
ed by lands of Jncob Mover, Jackson Holmes,
Derrick Iloisjnbake and others.
'1 SUMS-0:.c-ha!f Cash. The balance on a
credit of twelve months, with interest from day
of ?ale. Tho cro.'ir portion to kc scoured hy
bond az.il mortgate tho prfmises. Titles Ex
tra. Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.EP.
Nov. 10 4t 46
Stale ?fl*. tt.'U?SSa Carolina,
li H Mid iletwi, ?
V.'!-, |J?; .: ri !|.?l '
Mi I'.jewill .J ilmckeL j
g>V virtue of an order off hS'Court in this cause,
A3 ? will pr. .-.- I u. sell at Brfgefield C. H.. on
Mun lay thc Ttbday ol December ?ext, thc HEAL
E 1 Vi V. described in ?bc pleadings, to wit :
.'?NH Tl:ACT OF LAND, containing Eleven
ilaudred and E'ghty Acre--, mor- or leys', adjoin
ing lauds of .lohn T. Middleton, Dr. N. Merri
worker. Dr. S. tl. Murri wither and others.
S?!d on a ere lit of twelve months with interest
from -lay of FRIO, exorpt Costs of suit which must
bo pii l in Cash. Dec I of ConvoyaVce to be
s:L'n-1, ' u .<... .' livered uiti! tho pvrohas? i?
?t.jV'W-at ?hf. :i"f rho simo bo.
e i-TijJv,' b-1 re- ..bl, ;' .- cs'.:, .-.i ri^l.
?. : i- lir-t pu tv 'j ;1 - extra
z. v.-.rAluuP&?ftx*? D.
N-.v 10 -it 4ft^~
State of South Carolina,
P. WiliiamV, c: al. Adiu'rs.,
j Keliof, ?c.
E:iz ibot'i lloL't ID, ct al.
BY Virtue of an Orlar ?f the Court \n this
cn?-. I rtiil ? ll at pubpc ou'ery, on M.>- -
it.iy, tlie 7ih December n*x; a! Bdgeileld C. IS.,
Mm BEAL ESXA-l E dcsccil e-J in the ; leading*
to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND ta own as Tract No.
2, oontainrng Ole Hundred mid Thirty-Sight
Aeres, moro or lear, n 'j lining louds of Jesse Dar
ham, li. W. Parry. Tract N .. I .-md o'hers.
'?NE TR ACT known as N . 't. containing One
Hundred and Eighty Aires, mor,; or less, adjoin
ing lands ol E. ate of Wado Holston, P. Williams,
- Willis artd'others.
ONE Tl: ACT kuown as No. 4. containing F r
ly-Eight Ao-.cs. muru i r'ess. ari i oin i ug land? ?i
lSuir of '.VAIS ?nl?ton. Tract No. I?*tt.n?l ?.fluir*.
7 ERMS -Oiie-ihird cash; tb. balance on :i
credit of :wclv?j un .nibs' with. iuiorci<t iunr, ila-j ol
sale, occured by Bond :it:d M rtg ;ge of tbe pam
And at tlie sime time' and place, and .-n lb?
same terui', I will sui: tho interest in remainder
of tho land ossignod to thc widow (after Len'to.ub.)
Z. W. CA lt WILE, CE E.D.
Nov. 10, 4t 4fi
State of South Carolina,
E DOE FI E L D DISTRICT,
Jco. W. P.iyno and other?,
It. W. P.ivno et. ol.
BY vi'tuc of an t rier of the Court in tili.?
came I- will sell a; EdgeGeld C H , or Mon
day, ihn 7:h December nest, the REAL ESTATE
described in tho plcaiings, td wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, known as th ; Planta
tiou Tr:;ct, eontviuiug Six Uuudrc'l and Fire
Acres, in ive or Ic-s, adi.iining ?and: of Es atc < f
W. E. Clark, lands ot" Dr. J. W. M -yu?rd ot ul
This Tr-ct to bc Bold "in two separate parcels.
UNE TRACT, k.-.own as thu Viu?s Tract, cor
taining Ou4 Huudrcd u'. l S:x*y Ai re, iui.ro .
le.'S, p?lj lining lands of MM. S RL-Iiar.lyou, Es
Ultu of W. E. Cliik i.r.d others.
ONE TRACT, known as Hie Cnlbrealh T :u-,
contaiuiug U..e lim. ired ar.d Fiftaeu Acres, mere
or less, adj'doing thuds of Mri. S. Richardson,
W. A. Strother and others.
ONE TRACT? knowo as tho Mt. En.'.a Tract,
containing Turee Hundred ?:>.?l Thirty-Four
Acre?, morn or ios?, adj diiiu* land; (if A. Cai
man. M. W. Coleman und others.
TERMS OF S ILE -O? c-h?J? of tho perchase '
in ?ney to bu paid io C.-i.. Tn'a bahinee on e
. redi* t>>o'.y.i lofrijLi.s with iutrrvs' fr'm day
ot 1-Vii.^t Kcpured by bond an I mori?-:t?c'l
thti p ?mises. ':'i:!".< i-xtra.
- Z W. C Mt WI LE, C E.E D.
Nov. 10 4-, ?li
S Date of Soil: li Carolina.
IN EQUI LT.
Su.-a . Hatcher ")
vs . I
Kcs:.;!b Swearengta and F*2T'.ecsBasb.o?.J
?N'pursa i'?cc of an Or-cr ia this ca-e. I wiii
7. sell aT E.l reiidd C. H.. na Mor. day, tba "tb
of J.? :i:e:ubcr xs. (*,t tin- riri: of tho former pin
ch ?.<..r,' ?\$ K, P. \ L ? ;TAT rt b?l??i<in*^ t-- the E.
tate LA Riv E SWEA '. NO EN d.e'-i c ?iitai"u
in^ I'ii v ? li i Ired and N:n'*y Acres, moto or lets,
bound . : b ' Im I- of Fru? "?i Murray, ?hts Kit.it.
.. I*, ly ILitc'Lir md ottiara Tho'Aiign ? and
Cttuio ii tt.-i'r: .I reins chrjnsrb th ; s ii i bruis
TERMS -'.la.vhalf o' tlie purchase money t?
*. ? pa td i:i cadi. Tit? bt'ann* on it ereditoj
Iwelvota in'ha, wirti in'.Te-: ir nu day o' .-si?
T- h-i > .. i-ai hy i .M.?r:,':.^j on tba prtmisjs
Titles E ;ir?.
Z W. CARWILE, C. E. E D
Nov 10 4to ?7
Snifl'l. Brooks I "
vs * FL Fd.
B C. Bryan. )
?I jjiri ? ince . f a W-it of Fi Ka t ? in- direc'od,
in 'hu aliuv-j s'a'ed i <-\\ I will proceed to
?.: E.2?i-fiidd C. li. im :b- fir.. M..i?.11, in Dvceii:
i...-: ir \:. the '?dtiiwing properly :.. -.vii :
OS'R HOUSE ANO LOT, in ihe Village of
Ivl." li-.d. c. utjiining Six A??r?s, '?ore > r 1 if, lib
longing Dtffeudniit. and adjoining lauds ol R.
T. Mims, O. F. Cbcatbaui, and E.?:r.tc of Elbu t
TWO STOKE HOUSES AND LOTS, in lb.
Villagti r.r E-L'-field, r n t ie Wus-t side of tb
I'uMie Sq-i irii: ?irie oct?idvd by '?. T.. Penn, id
a Dm- Sior^. and 'ho ...tor ?y I).-f. . linnl n< M
Dry (So.rtli Sfc-rc j both !.. donging to Delv-udnnl
E. O. r.r.ir.n.
ISAAC ROLES. S. B. D.
N?T. C, -IC
H. W. AddifOii, *urv., )
vs [Fi Ka.
Tbenphilus Denn. J
IN j ursnanco of a V.'rir pf pt Fw to m : directed,
i?! the ahoy? stated case. I niil .-ell ir E !-e
Geld C. lt.. mi thc first Monday iv. O.cemb-.r
next the following property, to wi; :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging lo Defm
dan', . nt.-.iiiing T.vo lTdudred and Eighty Five
Acres, m-rc or le*s. adj inin^ I ind? of George J.
Strother, Ucortc Fr-c, A. B. Dean and o'h::rs.
ISAAC BOLES, S.!' D.
B F. Thurmond, ]
vs [ Pi. Fa.
D. C. Busscy, Adm'or. J
?N Pnsnai ce of a Writ of Fi. Fa. to rae dircrf.-d.
fi'in ahora stated case, I will sell at Edgcileld
c LL, i n thc fust Monday of Docemher nex\ tho
following property "?' Defendant, 'o wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Three
Hundred Acre's, m re or less, adjoining lands of
A. S?iarpton, Sr., Estate of E. Bustey and others.
Nnf.LI ito 47 j
TsrrV. iv?rori ")
> Fi: Fa. .
. Y Yirtueof a H rit oTFi. Fa. to mo directed, iu
the nbovo stated case, I will proceed to sell
ut Edgefield C. H., on the first Monti*? in Deecm
bor next, thc- following property, to wit:
ONR HOUSE AND LOT, in tho Villa?? of
Bdgt Geld, cont lining T\r<> und ono balf Acres,
moro or les?, belonging to Defendant, .ami bound
tig ?:i lands of Mrs. ?TroMf?, ll 15. Ryan and
.T.^y- Terina Cash.
ISAAC ?OI.ES. S.E.U
Nov. ii l\ 4 ti
Benjamin Waldo, ")
vs. V Fi. Fa.
(5ilea D. Minis. J
IN pursuance of a Writ of Fi Fa lo mc directed,
in tho above s'atcd caso, 1 will proceed to ?ell
at Edgefieid C. II. on tho first Monday in Dcccm
her next, tho following property to wit:
ONE TR ACT OF LAND belonging to Defend
ant, containing Twenty-Five Hundred Acrc-s,
more or less and bounding ou landa of Willis
Sanders. Wilson Sanders, Jumes Broaden and
Frank H. Posey. Terms Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
IVov. C 4t 4G
Wiley Glover, bearer, )
vs [ Fi. FA.
M. Frazier, Ex'or.. J
j Fi. F >
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to mc directed, in
tho above stated cises, I will proceed lo sell
at Edgefieid C. H., on the first Monday in Dtcttn
ber r.cxt, the following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND belonging to Estate
of Arnon Lindsey, dcc'il-, containing[Titree Hun
dred ao<i Ninety Acres, moro or loss, ?nd adjoin
ing lands of B RHinbo, DauicI QuaUlcbum, J. A.
Dozier and tithers
ISAAC ROLES, S. E. I>.
Nov. C . -lt :G
Sh orin's Sale.
, ?i.cr, T. 0.
BY Virtue of an Execution to mo directed, in
the ab. vo stated ca JO. I will proceed to sell
at Edgefieid C. H., on th? fiist Monday ia Decem
ber next, tho following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND belonging to Defend
ant, containing Two Thousand One Hundred and
Thirty Acres, moro or less, ?dj i:iing lands of
Wm. Graham, IL Svrcircngin and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Nov.?, 1SCS. Al 40
. Wm. D. Jenn Tn L'S. bearer. )
vs. " } Fi. F.i
E. Biwry, J
BY. virtiio of Fi. Fa in Ihn above i'atad
care to nie directed. I wi?? procetd to sell
ii'. Edgefi?lJ C. H., on the fir^tMonday in Decein
her noxt, tho following i.ropertv, to wit:
ONS TRACT OF LAND, belonging to Dc^nd
:;nt, conti.it ing Six Hundred nod Ninety Acre?,
moro or Je**, aid ?dj doing lands ol' Joseph Bus
-or, A. Sbnrptoo and others."
Terms C-tsh. .
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Nov. Cth 4t 40
C avion & Kennedy, ")
vs. [ Fi. Fa.
Angus. P. Brown. J
BY virtue of n Writ of Fi F.i tome directed,in
the above stated case. I will proceed to sell
Ti: Bd^cfbld C. :I- on the first Monday ?a Deccm
"....r next, ibo followlt i r..;.frt.v, to wit :
ONE Ti: \CT OF BAND, belonging tn Defend
:ij?trconrainiog;Or?? Hundred an 1 Forty Acras
mire or lesa; and adjoining lands of Win. Wilson
M. M. Hill and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E.D.
Nov. 0 4t 40
D. C. Tompkins,
John S. Smyly.
?j^Y virtue of Fi Fa to mo directed, in thc above
I ?S "tated ca-e, 1 will ?ell at Edgefieid C. H , on
the first Monday in December next, the following
property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, bolnneing to the De
fendants Estate, containing Eleven Hundred
Acres, more or ?ess, adjoining lands of Bonj imin
Quat*, Dr. D. C. Tompkins and Wm. Harris.
Al*?, tho following STORE HOUSES in thc
Village of Edgefieid, viz:
No. 1, occupied hy M. Lobcscbultz,
No. 2, occupied by T. W. Cerwilr,
No. x. occupied by Phil Ililli colored,
N . ?, occupied by Dave Harri*, ce or; I
No. j, occupied n; John Ct.var,
X" fi. recently occupied by Trumm Root.
* Ter.us Cash.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
N- v. 0 4t 41?
A P. Aldiich, )
vs. > Fi. Fa
Miles Harden and Elboit Harden, J
? *i Y virtu.': of a Wr?l o' Fi F 1 lo nie directed, in
15 tho above s .it rd ?as -, I will pnietied to sell
at lvl-eilel.l C. '-1, on tb? tiret Monday is Dccriu
?.er next, the frdt?wFng property to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND belonging to ER.erl
:i rden, con tain in ?j Ono Hundred and Fifty
Aon?, more or less. ar:.I bounding on lands 0!
.Uigiw. 1*. Br.-wa, K. J. H&nkersou and ethers.
ISAAC BO ?.ES. S. E. D.
Nov 0 4t 40
William S1-4rc3 ")
vs. [ Fi. Fa.
Jonathan Weyer atol G M?D. Wcrcr. J
BY Virtue of ;..>i l.'xtcution fier? Fmr?m tome
??rocted, in "be ab?ve st.? ted case, 1 " itt t-rn
.??tl to ?ell al E fd C. M.. on the ii.-.-t Moo.
tay in December next, u TRACT OF L'Nl)Tn
said District cyotiiiiiing Fire Hundnd Acre.?,
m-.ro or le>r. known ns tho "CLOUD PLACE, '
??n life line tho C-TUiti.biri <t Atiz'i t.. It R.,:t j.
j dniti : lands of L. B Wager, and others,-levied
mas thc property of Defcnda.v. George Mc?.
Wever. ISAAC BOLES, S. E. I).
Nov. Ot 45
Sheriff's Ss le.
i. P. Curr.-!!, for another, )
vs I Ft Fa.
Jackson Corar und Linus Eidson.j
jjVi" virtue of a.Wiit ?f fi F.i to mo directe.!,
?^ in tl^o" IIOOVO sff?t?d cai0. I will proceed to
s djL al ridgefield 'J iL. on tho firit Munduy in
.--TU x'. :*.?; f-ll >utnz vropertv, t:- ai*.:
-ONE TRACT OF LA?O, bejvingiug lo one.of
.1.: ?J. !.. ..!:.-. s James I'id'i'.n. (;<?>?r ii. p as?a^iti?
of Ctirssn Warren;) couiathing Three iluinlrod
and oe .o': and One Half Acres, m?>re ?r l.-ss. ad*
jtiiniltg lands nf ll T. WrijrFt; t;'ir>ci Warren,
M itthcw Magrath', II ?riiitm Culo m au :.nd ..tl^rs.
I?5AAC DOLFS, S. E. D.
Nov. 0 ? 4t JO
Baa!; of Hamburg, F. C., ")
vs 1 } FL Fa.
W. B. Dora. J
?N pursuance of a Writ ?f F? Yu t.. rue directed,
in tho above staled case, I will proceed to sell
.it Edgsfield C. IL, t-u ihc first Monday in Deeem
brr next, tho follnwing property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAN? belonging lo D.feud
:n:t, eontniuiug Three Thousand Acres, moro or
loss, and adjoining lands of Daiiiol Minor,
Ronni ron and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D
Nov. 0 4t 40
W. A. Harris, tor Assignee, )
vs '. Ff. Fa,
John Bauskett J
IN pursunnca of a Writ of Fi Fa to mo directed,
in thc above stated ca?c, I will sell ut Kdge
ficld C. H., on the first Monday in Dcccm ber '
next, the following, property, to iv"it:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Threo
Huudre i Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands of
Mrs. Lucy Butler, known us tho Good Serin?
Also. ONE TRACT OF LAND, known ns tho
Peter Day Tract, containing Four Hundred Acres,
moro or less, adjoining lands of John Bell, A.
Hitcher and others.
Also, ONE TRACT, known as tho Mill Tract,
containing Three Tfcousand Five Hundred Acres,
more or less, adjoioing lands of Alfred Hatcher,
Dr. Croft and others Or? Ibis tract there is a
Saw-Mill and a Grist Mill.
ISAAC BOLES, S. ?. D.
Uriah Crr-ut, )
\P. C. Mitrbvrhjr,
McK. Mi c?^?l, Roarer, ")
W. C. Mitchell, jr.
BY Virtne of the above Executions of Fieri
Facias t'o mo directed, I will sell at Edge
field 0. II., r.n tho first Monday in December next,
A TRACT OF LAND, situate in ?said District,
containing Thirteen Hundrod Acres, more or less,
adjoining binds of Mrs. E. E. Boyd, Ned Lee,
Jamos Kui mor and others.
On I he Tuesday following, at the residence of
the Defendant; W. C. Mitcholl, in said District,
the following 7-oporty:
Six Head HORSES and MULES,
2fi?i Bushels of CORN,
FODDER, PEA VINES,
10 Head CATTLE,
24 U0?S, 15 SHEEP. 9 GOATS,
1 Sett BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
2 WAGONS, 1 CA RT, 1 BUGGY,
7 PLOUGH STOCKS,
12 HOES, 12 AXES,
7 GEER. 2 Setts BREECH and HIP STRAPS,
2 HAND SAWS,
1 CROSS CUT SAW, 4 CRADLES,
1 GIN HEAD.
2 THRESHERS and FANS ?.
I Lot of B v RR ELS,
KITCHEN FURNITURE, <tc.
Also, tho Defendant'* interest in tho Duncan
The aforesaid property having been levied on
as tho property of the said Defendant in theabovo
ISAAC BOLES, S B.D.
Nov. 0 4t 46
Sebron Stainakcr, for another,
. Fi. Fa
BY Virtue of Fi. Fh. to me directed, in the
above ?tated case, I will ?ell at EdgcQeld C.
H., < u tbi: fir t Mundar in December next, tho
following property of Defendant, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Six Hun
dru', ?t?d F .riv Five Acres, more or less, adjoin
inp lands of A Adams, Robert Lanier, L. U Hol
loway and others.
Will self on Tuesday, ibo 8:hof December next,
at the rcritfi nco of Defendant,
TWO MULES, ONE HORSE,
3 HEAD OF CATTLE,
10 HEAD OF SHEEP,
8 HEAD OF HOGS,
ONE LOT BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
ONE GIN HEAD,
ONE ROAD WAGON AND HARNESS,
THREE BEDS AND STEADS,
ONE SIDEBOARD AND BUREAU,
C TABLES. 2 CLOCKS,
ONE POI LEU.
.-JiTTCHEN FURNITURE, .tc.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E. D.
Nov. fi. . 4t 40
Robert D. Brunson,
BY virtue of a writ of Fi Fa to mo directed, in
tho above stated caso, I will proceed to sell
nt EdgeGoM C. H., on tho first, Monday in Decem
ber nek ri the following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging to .Defend
ant containing Seven Hundred and Thirty Acres,
mon: or less, ?nd adjoining lands of John Roy
nolds, A. Adams and others. .
Also, ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND con
faining Two Hundrod and Seventy Aeres, m >re
or less, ?dj dning lands of John Reynolds, A.
Adams and others.
A'so, will be sold at the ro.-idooco of tho De
f:nd:int, Robert Lanier, on 'he Wednesday fol
l.witijr-ONE HORSE, TWO MULES, uni TEN
H EA O OF CATT L B. *
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Nov. f. 4t 4fi
Daniel P. Holloway, ")
vs [ Fi Fa.
Geoigo W. Dorn. J
?N Pursuar.ee of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed,
in Ibo above stated case, I wi 1 sell at Edge
field C. H., on ?tho first Monday in December next,
the following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging to Defen
dant, continuing Ono Hundred end Sovouty-Five
(175) Acres, moro or les0, adjoining lands of M.
Johnson, William Watkins and others.
ISAAC BOLES, S. E. D.
Nov 6 4t 46
S. Turner, ll. Scurry
vs. \ Fi. Fa.
SN pursuance of a Writ of Fi Fa to me directed,
in the ?hove stated case, I will proceed to sell
at Kdgefield C. H., on tho first Mond ty iajOeccm
ber next, the following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging tu Defen
dant, containing Fourteen Aero--, IU-TO or less,
joining l nids of F. W. Piekens, R. H. Mims,
F. L Smith and M. L. Bonham.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Nov. G At 46
M. Lcbrschu'.tx, )
S Fi F
Tho EdgeneldvAgricaltnral Society. J
BY virtue of Fi Fft-to-tno directed in the ?hove
s?.-, t -.1 case, I will sell at Edgcfie!d C. II., on
the firs". Monduy in December uexr^ho'followiag
property, to wi? :
ONE*!.';!' OF LUM BER belonging to thoE lee
field Agri?t?Mural Society, lying tn thc Tau Yard
Lot. in thc Viilage of Edgell (dd.
KA AC BOLES, S.E.D.
Nev. 6 4t _46_
State of South Carolina,
.lehn M. Har ing and wirc Killah, 1
vs. ' Parti ion.
Win. W. MeDowoi!, Adiu'or., and j
other.-, Defendants. J
?"^ pursuance of an Onier fi om tho Ordinary, I
fi shall proceed to sell al Erlc-ticld Court House,
on tb?. Prst Monday in December nex?, f<r Parti
tion, the REAL ESTATE r.r WILLIAM MC
DOWELL. dowa<od, c-nd-ting i-f SEVERAL
PARCELS ?'lt TRACTS l/F LAND, lying ?ud
bein.: ii th* liisirirt :V,id Slate al-oe.-.'iid, tn ?it:
THE HOM KS : EAD kati LUCY TIM ME ll
MAN TRACTS united, con twining Three Hun
dred and Twenty (X2U) Aeres, more or less, (the
Widow's Dower of One Hundred and Six Acres,
to l-c ibdtieted therefrom,) and bounded by lands
of Har.:; ipi Tiinmurinatt, Jacob Timmermiin, J.
W. Tia.morin n and others.
Also, ONE OTHER TRACT OF LAND,
known ?'n the Harri? or R-il Bank Tract, eon
litiiiiug Fifty Sev-n (57) A^-lU'-re i?r l?s, and
bnuiidril by laltd* ol Hiram May, L P. Ouits
TERMS-On a credit of twelve months from
day of salo. Purchasers to pite B,md' and good
security; ?ind a Mortgage (0 the Ordinary lo se
cure the purchase money. Costs to be paid in
Cash. Titles extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Nov f- 4t 46
Slate o? South Carolina,
Ii DGF. FI ELI) DISTRICT,
R. W. B'.edsoo and wife Mary,
vs. \ For Par'n.
John Kenney, and wife Emiline", et j
al, Defendants. J
N Pursuance nf an Ordor from the Ordinary, I
_ th ill proceed to sell at Edgcfiold C. H., on tho
lirat Mouday of December next, for Partition, and
to ?tay debts. ONE TRACT OF LAND of thc Es
latoof KEREN H. HEARN, dco'd.. lying and I e
ing in tho District nnd Stato aforesaid, on the
waters of Mill Crock, containing Two Hundred
(2.00) Acres, more or less, and bounded bylands
of Henry Hart, Jesse Hart - Bexley and others.
TERMS-On a credit of twelve tnonlbs. Pur
chaser to give bond and good securities, and a
mortgngi of the premises to the Ordinary, lo se
cure tho- purcbaso monoy. Cost to be paid in
h, ni.d also to pay for Titles extra
ISAAC BOLES, SED.
Nov. 10 4t 40
fTHHE Subscriber has just received,
JL CHEESE and MACCARONI,
Superior CANDLES and STARCH,
2 Bbls. Choice APPLE VINEGAR,
TURPENTINE SOAP and BLUING,
TOILET and FANCY SOAPS,
1 Ubi. Superior KEROSENE OIL,
Best. RIFLE POWDER.
Hird,Turkey and Squirrel SHOT,
Percussion CAPS, tte.
G. L. PENN.
Oct n t? 42
J. Huier, )
vs \ Fi. Fa.
L. Cover aa4f J. Kidson, J
IN Pursuance of a Writ of Fi. Fa. to me direct
ed, in above stated case, I will soil ut Edge,
field C. II., on the first Monday of December
next, tho following property, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging to ono of
Defendants. J. Kidson, (now in possession of Car
son Warren) containing Three Hundred and Sevan
and one-half Acres, moro or less, adjoining lands
of H. T. Wright, Carson Warron, Mathew Ma
grath and Harmon Colstnan.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.D.
Nov; 13 4 te 47
G. M. Craften, Survivor,
E. J. Mints,
fN Pursuance of Writs of FL Fa. to me dir
cd, in above statod oases, I will sell at Edjj
field C. IL, on the first Monday in Decer,
next, thc following property, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND, belonging to Defe
ant, containing Twelve Hnndrcd Acres, mor
less, adjoining lands of Wm. Merchant, Jet
Gomillion, the Estate of Einsley Lott, and JV
. Also, Defendant's iutorestin Two Hundred i
Eighty Acres of Land, known as the MAT LO.
TRACT, adjoining first mentioned tract.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E.]
. "Sheriff's Sale.
Wm. D. Jennings and Jo-.
E. R. Doolittle .
IN pursuance of a Writ of Fi Fa to me direct
in the above stated on se, I will sell at Ed?
field C. H., on tho fir.-1 Monday in December nez
the following property of Defendant, to wit :
ONE TRACT OF LAND, containing Ono Ht
drcd and Sixty-Four Acres, moro or less, adj?
ing lands of T. Garrett, W. P. Doolittle ?nd ottt&s.
ISAAC D0LE8, S??ib.
Nov. 13 4 te \.??jr 47
Sheriffs Sale. )
W. H. Timmcrman, \ f
Mathew M. Mays, -T****-^
IN Pursn icco of a Writ of Fi.. Fa., to mo di
rected, in aboTo-?tated case, I will sell at
Edgeficld C. H , on the first Monday in December
next, tho following property, to wit :
'ONE TRACT OF LAND belonging to Dofond
ant, containing Two Hundred Acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of John Green, Moses Harris, M.
L und J. L. Milos and others.
Turms Cash. Tries extra.
ISAAC nOLE?, S.F..D.
Nov. 14 4te 47
Wiley Glover, )
vs [ Fi. Fa.
Robert Meriwether, J
?X Pursuance pf a Writ of Pi Fa. to mo direct,
ed, in above stn'ed case, T will sell at E lgeCeld
C. H., on the first Monday in Dccembor next,
tho following property, to wit :
ONE HOUSE AND LOT, of Defendant's, con
taining T wo Acres, more or less, adjoining land* of
Susan Roper, Dr. H. D. Hudson and others. .
Terms Cash. Titles extra.
ISAAC BOLES, S.E D.
Ne v. 14 4to 47
Direct Steam Communication
CHARLESTON & LIVERPOOL.
CHARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship Line,
compoFcd of tho First Class Iron S ten mer;:
GOLDEN HORN, 1,18? ton.?, H. C. MACBBTH,
C.-m ni uuli r.
BOS CHORUS, V50 tons, J. MURRP.L, Cou
MARMORA, 910 tons, F. McnrtELL, Coru
mi II der.
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and 15th
of each month, as follows:
Gobion Horn.No vom ber 15
Arrangements h.viug boen made with tho Sonth
Carolina and other Railroad Companies for the
prompt forwarding of through freight, shjppert
of Cotton from the interior may roly on tho ut
Cotton consigned tn the undersigned for-hip
ment by this line, will be farwardsd free of com
missions, ootual oxpenses f-nlv added.
ROBERT MORE A CO..
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 26 1m 44
ROBT. MURE & CO.,
, CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL
Ad vane I made on shipments of Cotton, Rice
un 1 Naval Stores, to foreign and domestic ports.
Oct. 26 1m 4-4
OSWELL RKSUKR. ZIMMERMAN DAVIS.
REEDER & DAVIS,
Cotton Factors and General Com
A D o K u ' s NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CONSIGNMENTS rc-portfal!y ?olicited.
Charleston; Oct 13 ?in 42
JAMES G. " MOFFETT,
And General Commission and Ship
No. 22, East Bay, CharlestinjD, S. C.
SELLS on C-mmission COTTON^ORN,
PEAS, OATS, WHEAT, SWEET POTATOES,
WOOL, BEESWAX, TALLOW, PEA N?TSt?,
OINSh.NO, DRIED FRUITS, HIDES, ?ovgL
Lihi ral advances made on Consignment
of*Cotton, either for Sale here or for Shipment;
to Baltimore, New York or Liverpool.
JST-CiinMgiiuicn:a respectfully solicited.
Sept 15 2m 33 I
No. ?, Hoyce'? Wharf,
W. C. Co WITH KY, ")
ROBT. M II II DOCH. > y
JAS. S. MURDOCH J
Charleston, Sept 15_tl
JAS. MTCALDWELL &
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ADVANCES mude on Consignments. Ref?
those who wish information to Col. D. I
MCKAY. Presideut of tho Peoplci's National
Bjnk, Charleston, S. C.
Sept 15 6m 38
OTHER GRAIN CROPS.
SUPERPHOSPHATE OE LIM?,
WILL increase the yield 50 per cent. No
person should plant an acre of Wboat
without using 200 or 300 pounds to the acre. Ap
ply to II. W. KINSMAN,
153 En ?>t Bay, Charleston,
General Aycnt for So, Carol ina.
Sept 15 2 in 38
$50 Reward !
TO LEN from my premises on Friday night
_ last, a BAY MARE, fivo or MX years old,
willi a littlo wbito on one or both hind logs near
Ibo hr.ofn, and a l-?rgc fl it war: on lett side ; also, I 1
u wart between bind legs, on thu ihicb. i j
I will pay 'fen Dollars for delivery of said II
Mare, or information that will lend to her re.-ove- |
ry ; and Fifty Do Rn rs reward for opprehension of i ?
thu thief, nnd evidence to convict.
G. W. HOLLOWAY.
Nov. 3 Zt 4> J
GRAY & TURLEY,
/f.ij| I I H j : \ J 1 ttl
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Staple and foreign
IJf.E ARE NOW OFFERING for inspection a more than usually weih selected
Stock of .
?NEW PALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS.
p . ?
^COUNTRY MERCHANTS are cordially invited to examine our WHOLE
JE STOCK before th<y buy a single dollar's worth.
Our Dress Goods Department
[s FULL OF ALL THE NEW STYLES, and contains, some of the MOST
ELEGANT PRODUCTIONS of the SEASON, both in Colors and in Mourning
joods. Also, Specialities for BRIDAL PARTIES, which are very choice.
DUR CLOM AND SHWL DEPARTME NT.
\Ve intend to inagurate A NEW ERA in the CLOAK and SHAWL BU
SINESS^ Augusta, which will rival in EXTENT, SPLENDOR, ELEGANCE,
LTTILIT^ and LOW PRICES, the best Metropolitan establishments.
We always keep full Stocks of CLOAKS,- SHAWLS,-CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, TICKS, STRIPES, OSNABURGS, YARNS,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, BALMORALS, HOOPSKIRTS, CORSETS, HO
SIERY, GLOVES, ^RIBBONS, DRESS BUTTONS and TRIMMINGS, NO
UONS, ?fcc, &c.
GRAY & TURLEY,
242 Broad Street? Angus a, Georgia,
A?gniitft, Oct 6 lm 41
JOSIAH SIBLEY. SAM. H. SIBLEY? GEO. R. SIBLEY.
. SIBLEY & SONS.
175 Reynolds Street, Augusta, Georgia*
SOLICIT. CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON and? other STAPLE PRODUCE.
Their Commissions for Selling Cotto? will be One and ? qua?ter per Cent. only.
They arc at all times prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON
COTTON Stored with or in transit to themselves, and on Shipment to their friends
in Liverpool, England, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore and Providence.
Strict personal attention will bc given to all business entrusted to them.
' Augusta, Sept 1 3m30
BOOT and SHOE
Store Formerly Occupied
Mrs. Heney, as a Millinery Store,
I. P. GIRARDEF
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO
nis friends and' thc public that he has
on h.-ind and will continue to receive all
goods-r;ertaining-to a First Class
POT ANO SHOE STORE,
I .Comprising, in ??ni t, the following :
Gents* and Boys' BOOTS and SHOES,
Ladies, Misses and Children's BOOTS
and SHOES, all styles
["HUNKS, VALISES and SATCHELS,
of all styles
ED of which he offers for sale
Lt Very Low Prices for fash.
He also takes pleasure in announcing
that he has secured the services of
MR. JAMES HENEY,
rt'ho will conduct the business for him,
md who will be pleased to see his friends
md the public generally, who desire to
procure anything in his line of business.
Augusta, Oct. G, 3m 41
Everybody Speaks in Hs Favor
DREW'S YEAST, or BAKING POWDER, is
highly spokori of hy nil who have given it
Just reccivoil nnothor Gros*. Single box SO
lents. Two or more Boxes 25 cts. each.
T. W. CAHWILE,
At Sign Golden M ortar.
July 1 U 37
$73,50 (Gold) loug Ton) 2,2*0
DELIVERED AT AUGUSTA, GA.
ON or about 1st December, I will order my
Stook of GUANO FOR THE SPRING
TKADR, from the Peruvian Government Agent
I will include therein, order? for Customer*
uhu furnish.the money, nt the nb.ire price.
A? ?ho O'fvornment Agent will not seH ic Kw
than Fifty Ton Lots, this is un excellent oppor
turiitv for Planter.-" to get their supplios direct,
and a guarantee of the GENUINE ARTICLE,
which the purchase bill will prove. Thc Guam
will arrive in February.
. J. Ot gflTHElVSON,
285 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
N. B.-A full Stock of PERUVIAN GUANO.
LAND PLASTER, Bnugb's RAW BONE. SO
LUBLE PACIFIC OU?N0, and Hoyt's SU
PER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, constantly on
Sept 29 2ui
WE ARE NOW PREPARED with a LARGE
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
To meet our friends and give them good bargains.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Buckets, Tubs. Pails, Willow Ware,
Brooms. Brushes and Busters.
Fancy Articles in Great Variety.
J. G. BAILIE & BRO.,
205 Broad Street,
P. S.-Mit. E. S. MIMS will be pleased to
meet any and nil of his friends.
Augusta, Sept 15 - tf . 38'.
J. C. KENNEDY, J. M. YOUNGBLOOD
Barnwell, S. C. Edgofield, S. C.
KENNEDY & YOUNGBLOOD
130 Broad Street,
-A."ugusta, Ga., .
DE > XiSH. ? XCT
BAGGING, ROPE, PATENT TIES,
OSNABURGS, YARN, ?kc.
August?, Sept. 1 Gm 30
J. S. COLES,
WILL GIVE ATTENTION to the SALK
OF COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
and solicits Consignments.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES nude on Con
Mgninents to his friend, in Snvamcb, Baltimore,
Now York and Liverpool, who will hold Cotton
on favorable terms.
Commissions for Soiling Cotton, 1} per
Oet 12 3m 42
Come all that suffer with !
JUST received and for sale Dr HALL'S ANO
DYNE-a turo cure for Tooth Ache.
TH OS. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
April 1 tf 14 I
S D. LINTON & CO.,
WILL givo their PROMPT PERSONAL
ATTENTION to tho SALE OP PRODUCE
Consigned to their care.
^^-Commissions charged trill bo One andi
Quarter per Cent.
;S. D. LINTON,
R. L. GENTRY.
GEO. K. MOORE.
Augusto, Aug 25 6m35
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
THE UNDERSIGNED, lato of Edgefield
District, and a native of Abbeville District, hav
ing purchased tho Stock in Trsdo of W. A.
RAMSAY & CO., GROCERS and COMMIS
SION MERCHANTS, would respectfully solicit
a continuance of tho patronage io liberally be
stowed upon them.
Ho respectfully requests the citizens of Edgo
Gell, Abbeville, and tho adjoining Districts who
trade in Augusta, to give him a call before pur
chasing anything in his line of trade elsewhere,
AS ho flitters himself that he will give them as
good bargains, if not hotter, than they can ob
tain elsewhere in the city.
He will keep everything usually found in a
WELL STOCKED GROCERY STORE.
tSTTuo host WINES, WHISKEY, BRAN
DY, GIN, Ac., always on hand, and vory cheap.
Mr. W. A. RAMSAY may bo found at the
Store at all times to wait upon customer*.
JOHN ?. PORTEE,
No. 270 Broad St., Au ?us tu, Ga.
Augusto, July li ' tf 29
THE ABOVE GIN is superior'to any eyei
used in this country, and baa taken mas j
premiums at Agricultural Fairs in the States ol
Jnabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
In it great advantages are pained, both in quan
tity ?nd quality of rtaple cleaned, bringing ir
price at least one cent per pound more than cot
ton ginned on tho best gins of our country.
Wo have an hand pamphlets showing tin
merits of this Gin, and giving certificated fron
many of tho largest planters and cotton factor:
in tho South, which we wit! furnish to any plan
ter who desires to purchase.
The GULLETT .GIN can be seen at our .office
cornor Reynold and McIntosh streets, Augusta
^^".Evory Gin Warranted.
ISAAC T. HEARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Agents.
Augusta, Juno 1 flm2."5
HE LADY nOUSE-KEEPERS of Augusta
md of Edgefield Disfrict, have spoken it, and wi
.uk no better judges of thc FACT, namely, Tho
the COOKING STOVES sold by D. L. FUL
LERTON, aro Ibo BE.-T, and as CH SAP as ani
sold in Augusta.
Let not thc question. Where shall I git a go.v
Stive? trouble you ?ny longer, but go directly
to D.*L. Fb'fiLERTON, AugU?ta, Ga. Mak.
-tnown your wants, aud he wi 1 assist you to so>
'ect a Stove, that wiil bake your Turkey, Cnn
Hrcud and Potatoes to pcif ction, and make y^n!
very soul glid for j vy.
Hundreds of Families in E Igeli-.ld, who ar>
i.-:n;'either the " Chief C"ok," " Charter Oak,'
. Civil! -ii." or "Texuriii," will say. " It io evt-i
d )," and ad .-?se you as ? neighbor to go and bxt}
^SyCuttbu advertisement out ard bring ii
with yon. We will givo Or-e Dollar for u copy t-i
this advertisement on each Stove purchased.,
D. L. FUJJLERTON,
Broad Street, oppoiitc Augusta Hotel,
Sept 7 4m_
Ye Old Customers !
I TAKE THIS METHOD of announcing to
you that I tai still ut my old stand, where I am
conducting the same old line of business, which
comprise? the usual assortment of
. SHELF AND HEAVY
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Which I iuasufacturc in all its Styles and Pat
A large assortment, such ns Buckets, Tubs and
COOKING AND HEATING
Arning which are the justly fumons Cook Stove?
" DIXIE." " SUMTER," " GOOD SAMARI
TAN." " SOUTHERN STATES" and " FIRE
SIDI?." Thc8i Stov?s are adapted to Southern
Housekeeper?, and there should be one ir. every
family in order Lo facil?talo and make Cooking
Call and make a close inspection of the Goods
and Prices before you go further.
I am nonpaying $2000 a year for ront of
Store as many others are. Bear tbio in mind, as
those expenses are not to be added to prices paid
HAMBURG, S. C.
Oct fl tf 41
State of South Carolina,
IN O ito I NARY.
R. W. Illedsoc and wife ?Mary, 1
vs J . for;
John Kenney and wi'o Emclino | Partition
and i tiler*, Defendants. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction th^t John
II?arn. Abner Hearn, Oliver Hoare ?no1 Ada
line Saunder?, fi mr of the Defendants in this case,
reside out of and beyond tho Mini's of this State :
If in tocr-f-ro Ordered, That they do appear and
object ttl tho division or s?le of T??c Real Eetatc
of Keren H. He.-trn, ilec'd , on or before tho fir>t
day of December next, or their consent to the
samo will bo entorod of record.
Vt. F. DURIS0E,O E D.
Sept 1,18?. 12t *? j
Edgefield Male Academy
THE TRUSTEES* announce that the exercises
of this Academy will be resumed on the
FIRST MONDAY in November next, under the
Supervision of Mr. ROBERT 0. SAMS as Prin
Mr. SAMS graduated with distinction at the
State Miltary Academy, and was for.three yean,
and until the close of that Institution, one of
the Professors therein.
He will be aided by a competent assistant.
It is the design of the Trustees and-the Princi
pal, .to make this Academy a F lil ST CLASS
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS, where they may be
thoroughly prepared to enter any College or Uni
versity, or fitted for the active business pursuits
Terms of Tuition.
Advanced Classes per Session of 5 months. $20
Primary " " " of 5 months. $16
Tuition payable quarterly in advance.
M. L. BONHAN, 1
. W. W. ADAMS,
Z. W. CARWILE, I -, .
M. C. BUTLER, f ?ro"e?
R. G. M. D?N0VANT, |
A. J. NORRIS, J
Oct 14 3m 42
THE MISSES SEDWICK'S
16 li HAY ?Ol
Cornor .Washington and Toi fa ir Streets,
THE DUTIES of this long established Institu
tion will be resumed October 1st.
The Courte of Study embraces the Ancient and
Modern Languages, M?'.hemat?es, and those
English Branches.necessary to give a Young
Lady a finished education. Vocal Music is a
Boarding Pupils enjoy superior advantages for
A French Governess, resident in the family,
great!y facilitates the acquirement of the French
Language. TheaPupils also have the advantage
of attending frequent Lectures ur.on Scientific
Subjects, explaining and illustrating,their vari
ous Studies. Pir'cnts can'enter their daughters
at any time.
/air" For Circulars containing additional par
ticulars and terms,.address the Principals.
Augusta, Sept 1 j 3ci3S
BALTIMORE, MD. '
FACULTY. ' .
REV/THPMAS E. BQKD. M. D., Pjtri<W.
G-. C. M. ROBERTS, M. D., L. L. D., Emeri
tus Profe.-'ror of Obstetrics and Diseases bf Wo
men and Children.
CHARLES W. CHANCELLOR, M. D,,Pro
fessor of Descriptivo and Surgical Anatomy.
J. P. LOGAN, M. J)., Professor of the Princi
ples and Prac!ice of Medicine.
HARVEY L. BYRD, M D., Professor of Ob
MARTIN P. SCOTT, M. D., Professor of ti*
Diseases of "Women and Children.
EDWARD "WARREN, M. D., ProfesMroTtbe
Principles and Practice of Surgery,
JOHN F. MON MON 1ER, M. D., Prefesior.of
Physiolocy and General Pathology. J
J. J. MOORMAN; M. D., -Professor bf Medi
cal Jurisprudence and Hygiene. -
FRANCIS T. MILES; M. D., 'Pr?tt?otct
Mier<'s<! .pio Anatomy and Proofica? Pby>ielo*y.
JOSEPH E. CLAGETT, M. D., Profewr^f
Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
CLARENCE MDRFIT, M. D., Professor of
Medical Chemistry and'Ph'trmncy. ; . J
- gs* i
JOHN N MONMONIER, M. D., Demonstra
tor of Anatomy.
TUE . NEXT REGULAR SESSION OF
WASHINGTON UN IVERS ITY*, w?l beg'n.on
Thunda y. the first- day o/ Ottober, and terminate
on the ?ia\ day of, I'ebrvary^fSi^
One BENEFICIARY?TUD?>;?..from oaeh
I'Congressional District of the late' Slave-holding
States is annually rect.'-vcd, precedence being
given to wounded and-disabled soldiers.
The Clinical adcautagts of this -Icstiiuticn are
unsurpassed. In additiou In -adaily public Clinic
of thc most s:iti>fu..-tory character, tba School baa
attached to ir, a Hospital?/tS ?ici, in which
every pordblo facility is afforded for acquiring a
practical knowledge of-Mcdicine an J Surgery.
By a r?cent arran?rcmerit, the Seamen's Hospi
tal nf thc Port of U'lltimore hts been placd un
der tho.-xcfusiee control of th? Faculty of IFo?A
imjton University. Anat?mica) material is abun
dant. A Prize of One Hundred Dollars .wi I be
?iven for the best Thesit presented by a candi
date for graduation.
FRES.-Matricula'ion, ; " Dirkction, $10 ;
Professors, $120; Diploma, $20; Beneficiary
Ticket, $35, for each Fes-ion.
?3? For addition 1 particulars, address tbe
Sub.cribcr, caro of P. 0.,B x 12C7, BaUhuote/
Jld. . '
JOSEPH P. LOGAN, M. D.,
DEAS or THE FACULTY. '
Sept 7 3m 5?
Columbia & Aus usia Railroad Co?,
Osx't, FREIGHT A TICKET AGENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept..24, 1868. ',
THE MERCHANTS of Edgefield and vicinity
are informed that they can have their
FREIGHTS from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, Boston and other Northern Cities delivered
at Head of.Road.,jritli REGULARITY, DIS
PATCH and at LOW RATES. ,
This Company has arranged to protect Freights
at Head of Road os it progresses towards LOTT'S,
until the regular Station is opened.
Freights shipped at any p-dnt North, by The
Inland Air Line Freight Route, via Portsmouth,
Va, destined for Edgefield and surrounding
country, will have the benefit of TLrough Rates
Rates from Baltimore and New York to Co
lumbia-First ChtS6 $1,00, Second 00, Third 80,
Fourth 70 Cents per Hundred Pounds. Cotton
$( per Bale. Rates from other points equally
Freights by this Route run through from Ports
mouth to Head of Road with bnt one change of
Marine Insurance much lower than by any
other Route. i
^S?* For further information, address
. E. R, DORSEY,
Gen'l Freight and Ticket Agent .
Sept 2" tf 4?
|HE Subscribers announce tbat they have
_ lately replenished their BAR with a large
supply of the BEST
Whiskies) Brandies, Wines. Cordials,
SEO ARS, tc, ic.
And that Mr. CHARLIE GRAY will be on hand at
all hours ready to wait on customers in the most
Call in and test the superior quality of our
WHISKEY and BRANDY at Wholesale, and
C. A. CH EATHA M A BRO.
Oct 27 tf 44
State of Souh Carolina.
impson Mathis et. al. ] I"j. to Marshal
John Landrum, D. C. Tompkins \ j}***"1 "d E*'
ct. ai. J 10 '
Y Virtue of an Order of tho Court in this
1 cause, all and singular the creditors of JOHN
S. SMYLY. die'd., aro required to present and
provo their respective dem ?ods beforo the Com
missioner on or before the 20th day of December
Z.W. CARWILE, C. E. E. D.
Nev. f. Ste _4?
State of South Carolina,
Tillman H. Clark, Adm'r. ct. al.")
rs ?Rill to Acct.,
S. S. Tompkins, Jno. W. Tomp- \ Ac.
kins, Ex'o'rs, et. al. J
BY Virluo pf the decree of bis.Honor Chancel
lor Lesesne, in this cau;e-All and singular
the creditors of Col. James Tompkins dee'd, are
required to present and prove their claims before
the Commissioners on or beforo the 1st day of
Z. W. CARWILE, c.B.n.n.
-Oct. 25 18?S. 5t 44
BLUE STO?E !
UST Received an! for salo by
TI?03. W. CARWILE,
At Sign Golden Mortar.
Sept 14 tf 38