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Fancy and Staple Dry Goodi
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
AVE now on hand, a very lirge supply
IFAser AND STArLE Dv Goovs, a;o,
Rich printed Mouselin Delaines, of beautif
styles, .and at low prices.
English and French Merinos, and plain e<
Rich plaid and fancy Brocade Silks, for L
Extra rich black Brocade Silks, and Silk Tv
French Prints, of new and elegant styles.
Superior 4-5 black and colored Silk Velvets
Ladies' French Worked Chinasettes, wi
Collars and Undersleeves.
Ladies' French Worked Linen Cambi
Ladies' French Lawn and Linen Camb
IHandkerchiefs, at very low prices.
Swiss and Jaconet Muslin Edgings and I
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings and Pill
Superior 4 4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Dama
Superior 8-4. 10-4, 12-4. 16-4 and 18-4 D
mask Table Cloths.
Heavy Huckaback and Scotch Diapers, i
Superior 7-8 and 4-4 Furniture Dinities.
Fancy, pink, blue and buff striped Furnitu:
A very large assortment of Cotton Fringes.
Black Bombasins, Challys and Alpaceas,
Ladies' Silk and Velvet Cloaks and Mantilli
A very large supply of Juglisi and Germ.
Superior Marseilles Quilts, of extra size at
A large assortment of Crib and Wilney Blai
1.ace and Mluslin Curtains, and Curtain 3M
Superior Ingrain, Thrtc Plv and Venetii
Ricli Tapestry, Velvet Tapestry, Brussels, a:
Printed Floor Cloths, in patterns, and Flu,
With a great variety of other articles, and
all of which they respectfully invite the attenti<
of the public.
Jan ,)9 tf 2
To the Public,
A T the Prather place, one mile front the S
vanuah river and five miles above Peter
burgh, ieixt year I will openti Schools. male ir
female. The louality is well watered and healti
Scholastic year, two sessioins of five monti
each. First session btginning 16th .lanuarv.
TeTios.-3 elasses: 1st lss $7 5o per se
sion:, 21 elass $7 50, 8d class $20 00.
Music. separate, for two sessions....... $0
Use lof Piano each numnth.............
Minimum price of tuition per school year 15
Maximum with mnusic comibined........ 60
" .Use of Piano.......... 65
Dor<l (ennIlles excepted) per month ... if, I
Upon reasonable t-rims board can be lal
select f.unilies convenient to schools. Nu:bib
of female pupils will be limited. but ma-les w
not. Assistant< will lie enploycd to suit t1
number of scholars.
Professor RoIcnss will give lessons in mus
on Piana and Nlelndeoi.
Prolfessor k'ARNxEisRNs upon every instrunet
wind and string.
Thei Principal will labor hard to dischuarge h
amity andi tryinig duties. in giving instruction at
enforcing a high toned discipline.
.W. JUN~ E,S Principal.
New Mtarket, Nov. 13 nmtm 45
STATIE OF SOUTHi CAROLINA.
IN OR )INAR~Y.
B Y JOHN HILL, Esq. Ordinary of Edg
WVhereats Davis J. Kilerense, hath applie
to nie for Letters of Admnini~tration, on am
atid singula&r the goods atid cebattles, right
and credits of A bram Kilerease, late of th
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admontis
all and singular, the kindred and creditors <
the s:aid deceased. to lie and aippear biefor
me, at our tnext Ordinamry's Court for the sai
D)i trict, to be holden at Edgefleld C. Hions
otn the 9th day of Febiruary next, to sho
cause, if anyw, whly the said administratit
should not he granted.
Given uder mtt hanttd and seal, this 27th d:
oft Janiuary, in thle ye:ar of our Lord onte thus
saitnd eight hundred and fiftyt-two, and in tla
seventy-sixth year ofAmneicanm idependene
- JOHN lilLL, o. E. D.
Jan 28 2t 2
STATE OF sOUTII CAROLIN-A.
Y JOUN HILL, Esq. Ordinatry of Edg
'a field District.
Whereas Jamets C. Adams and James~ .
anms hath applied to mue for Letters of Adijin
istration, on aill atnd singular the goods at
chattels. rightsa an~d credits of Jatmes Adamr
Sen., late of the District afuresaidh, decease
These arc, thterefore, to eite and atdmoni.
all and singular, the kindred and crediturs
the said deceased, to be and appear befo
rme, at our next Ordinary's Court for the sai
Distric?, to be hiolden at Edeglield C. Hion
on the 9th day of Februatry next, to shio
cause, if any, why thte said adtministrati
should not be grantted.
Given under my hand and seal, this the 2~
day of Jatnuary, in thte year of our Lord o
thousand eight hunidred and fifty-two, and
the seventy-sixth yeatr of Aitericanm Ittdepe
dettce. JOHN HIL L, 0. E. D.
Jant 28 2t 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY JOHNHILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edt
WVhereas George R. 3fays hatht applied
me for Letters of Adtministration, ott all a:
singular the goods and ebattles, rights al
credits of Alsey Matrtin, late of the Distri
These are, therefore. to cite and admonii
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
thte said deceased, to be and appear befo
me, at our next Ordinry's Court for the sa
District, to be holden at Edgefield C. Hons
on the 9th day of February next, to shou
cause, if any, why the said adinitstratic
should not be granted.
Giveit under my hand and seal, this the 281
day of January, in the year of our Lord on
thousand eight hutndred and fifty-two, and
the seventty-sixth year of Americani Indepe
dence. JOHN HILL, o. E.D.
Jatn 28 2t 2
T lIE Subscriber intending to close hiisbu
ness about the tirst of March next, w
*ell his reomiig Stock of LA DIES WOOJ
E N DR ESS GOODS, at Cost for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Jan 20,1852 St 1
A GOOD CARRIAaE and a pair ofi
.L.broke MfATCH HORSES.
W. IP. B3UT LIR.
J.,. U 50
IDR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
r AK ES this method of returning his thanks
of to his friends and patrons, for the patron
age lie has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi
Ilie is now receiving an addition to his already
extensive Stock of
> Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffis, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty,
Physician's Shop Furniture, &c.
r- THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
fur Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
th Of his own and Northern make,
-le French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Iat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
- Tinctures A Medicinal Compounds,
n.. made under his own supervision in strict
accordar.ce with the T. S. Disp'ry.
W The most Reputable Nostrums,
All of which lie will sell at prices that will
k comiparo favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his line
will do well to call and examine his Stock and
Edgefield C. IT., Jan 22 tf 1
Fresh Garden Seeds,
TUST received a large sutirpy of GA RDN
PSI-C-DS from the celebrated Seed establish
ment of Comstock, Ferre &., Wethersfield,
of Conn. The Subscriber has had an opportumity
of testing the quality of seeds grown at tho
above establishment, and can confidently re
m commend thiem to be of superioir quality.
d 'cr salu by G. L. PENN, Agent.
"Jan 22 tf 1
a- LOT ,r FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
". " Irish Potatews,
III A fine lot of Hollow or Pot Ware, which will
be sold very low for cash or punctual buyers.
Id LOD 11ILL.
Jan 6 tf 51
List of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office, at Edge
f tIld Court House, 31st Dec. 1851.
Arlington, Henry P ill, John D
Abney, John Hart, Jemee
Black, R 0 arris, David
a- Bnrton, James F howard, A E M
Bonhan Roms Jones, Obedia
id Bolls, Mrs Savannah Laiathedel, L
I- Cogburn. Martha Y Landrum, 31ry
Crowne, F II Lowery, 1) It
I, Collison, James Mays, Iiss Sarah
Cooper, Campbell Merriwither, Dr. 2
Crain, 31iss Frances Mills, S %V
Curry, Joel Oiner, Daniel
it Collier, S Powel, Albert
Coursey, Mrs Susan Procter, Sarah 2
Cotnanber, John Pric, Charles
) Carley, Professor Jas.1'o, Ane 2
t Clirk, Richard Paddleford, Jaies C
in Croft. Dr. 11 JOleshv, Z W
L-r Cavan, M1artha Randall, Joh R
;11 Cooper, FPG Rushton, Joh
ie Dozier, Aaron S 2 urnhe, JoD. 2
. Davis, Lewis Vittgard, Joint
l Davison, John Vance, Saruel 2
Duncan, Piras Vance, Margare
SDoLitc, Edward William, the heirs of
11 Cooe, Fot Willisho, DrJon
e Dozie, Jon ESq 2 Turnr~, Jos. n
Davi, Lwisa Vnardr, JohnMar
erDavison, John Wiae, Samuel
Duncank, I ~ yiramos
GrDeitl, Edws anerd eJr~
G.rrcts, Johnm WilamThs
- FJeke, GWL EN .M
~Llwa a GLD LVane, T Maga e
at dieStorelof mers thoe &eir
I t, arMt Wilig. heWatms, Dagondiae
th saihi ~itaiWalsingaebym,Joh G
Niva. laeh*ser N IW"andrs iss rhrmar
~ turnhtt thkSubscriber
LV JWise JarreLt
a Mt.WilligilJa a2mst 1hs
Garret ThoasCrol e'. r euse
J. P. CPENNL, P. Mr.
- Jani 15 t 520
rN I UbrDiber ad loST ES haren hereby
SAnhi l to mOke L tR AlrTurns toem
o orni efo.ra the first of Masrc. Mone&t. ar
ty, .:a alt Wilin. The at[h, a. indiented
Moars. Oanchee, JNi. 11.'' an ute mark
STANDbea rWARdAT wi o Stehen orMitssafr
nI Mt Willig. Jawl, Cale 1oy W .
e .Lus aryG Carr, eed, uke Crequete Joh
- thae fbrmer loeft thifr deadlinduy byor.m,
and the laiatte rer td to makapamenffothw then
in prsonP.P CARROLE'r.
- Jan 1 t 50
Ut A UA SanTUTEESaehrb
TnNotiquiied to mak teiranuretun te muei
ne before a nl the firstie of Mrhnx.t
C fommrspt. Te, a.1 ub85ier may b50oi
e- JAND WARRA T otehnW.a1
id CTx UST M ecid 12l Wo oeseyhoirchant,
1C Ted C tains warrn ted to l fpror quhim
in peG.n.L. P.N UTLER.
Id JN 31 if 5
1., TAne Requalited to conduc pthen u
.. rane fayadil the mysterie of Jmay P.U TE
e- Jani 8t 51
id T UST Receivedlalg lot oxef choc 1Mus-n
dn t) 3tACEIt L, iarn ts ane hofsup rreuli
et and Trf tFr sale by S.. O E .
Hamurv Oc3 1 tf 45
id LL Personsuind eted to smal ubCriberare
,iI o eaetyeqsed m ake pSaymntd.
illW . . UTLE.
le TU T Friedslrg of LX ., 2BadI
-n rCt)cc3flA aKRiinon hits and al Cadiarre
for ela the nuiear, eml Co.GE
el - THE Friends of VF I . BODISE,
respectfually announce him us a Candidate|
for Shriffy at the esuin eectio.
Notice of Sale,
B Y Virtue of the Deed of Assignment exe
cuted to ine by John Lyon, Merchant
'allor, in trust for thu benefit of his Creditors, I
,ill proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House.
m Thursday the fifth of February next, all and
iingular the visible estate of the said John Lyon,
oth real and1 personal, consisting of
The house and Lot whereon Mr. Lyon now
esides, containing fifty aeres, more or less.
One other House and Lot, adjoining the above
neutioied tract, coitaining eighteen and three
juarters (18) acres.
One other lot containing two acres, more or
ess, lying on Beaverdam Creek, adjoining the
ast mentioned tract.
One other House and Lot in the Village of
:dgefield, occupied by Dr. A. G. Teague, as a
)rug Store, and said Lyon, as a Tailer Shop.
And a small tract of land containing about
birty acres, adjoining Richard Prescott and
Also, Four Negroes, three Horses and two
lIules, on.- Carriage and Harness, ono Wagon
md Ge:ar, Corn, Fodder, Oal', C:t logs,1
louselicid and Kitchen Furmhnre, and Planta
Also, one Kiln of Burnt riek, containing
tbout from one to two hundred thousamd.
Also, on the following day the Goods and
urniture belonging to the Tailsr Shop.
Terms will be made known on the day of sale.
S. F. G00lE, Assignee.
Jan 22 3 t 1
r HE Partnership existing between W. T.
BRANSoN & N. W. Comi.K3IA, in the firm
>f Brannon & Coleman, is this day dcissolved by
nutual consent, and M. W. Coleman will utte.k1
o the winding up the aftirs of the late firm.
.W. B. BRANNON,
M. W. COLEMAN.
Hamburg, Dec 30, 1851
FIE Subserieir will continue the Wnre
rLHouse & Coununisision. Buxsi
ims, at the stand of the late firm, and will
live his entire attention to the interest of those
vio may favor him with business. and hopes by
romiptness ani an exertion to please, that lie
vill nerit a share of the patronage or the late
irm. The Bosoks of the late firm are in my
iands for liquidation.
M. W. COL.E3AN.
Dec 30, 1051 lm 51
Boot & Shoe Makers Wanted.
T WO FIRST RATE Boot Makers,
and three or four good Shoe Mlakers,
me of them a first rate Peg Workman, can find
-mploymtent by applying to the Subscriber at
slgefield C. "I.
R. T. IIS.
Jan 15 tf 52
0- The South Carol;inian, will give the above
'ur weekly insertions aind forward account to
Valuable Negroes for Sale,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
John G. Pettus
V. Bill for Relief, 4-c.
Phos. Smith and others
Y Virtue of an Order of the Court of
LEquity, I will prececd to sell, on Sale
lay, in February next, at Abboville Court
louse, the following slaves, viz: A rmAted,
loherson, Elims, Lewis, Will, Adam, Troney,
iou, Ned, Dick, Alfred, Heniry, Nancey, Sal
v, Eliza, lletta, Antn, Eniuna, Tilda, Sarah,
fary, Caroline, Martha, Maria, Pleasant and
Said slaves are valuable field and honse
ervants, and among themn a good plantation
TER Ms--One half cash, the Ibalance. on a
redit or twel-e months with itcre'st from I
ate, to be secured by bond with good surety.1
'urchasers to pay for pamper..
II. A. JONES. C.E. A.D.
Comm're Onkie, Abeville C. HI.,
January 6th, 1852.
Jan 15 3t 52
sTATrE OF SOUTH'I CAROLINA.
Y JIOTIN ILL, Eisq., Ordinary o.f Edge
Whereas Robt. Lanier. and Susan M.
3rutnson, have appliied to tme for Letters of
dministramtion,. otn all and sinmgnlr thle goods
ndehattles, rights aund credits of R. P'. Brutn
etn, late of the Distriet, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, thuerefosre, to cite and admnonih
II atid sintgulatr, the kindred and creditorm ofi
he said deeased, to be and appear before tie
t our ntext Ordimnary's Court fur the said Dis
iet, to be holden at Edgefleld Court House
na Motnday the 2d of February necxt to show
~use if any, whly the said admnistration
hould not be grated.
Given under my ha~nd anid seal, this the
9th day of Januatry in the yemr of ou- Lord
me thousand eight hmu'di; d andu nifty-two,
mid in the seventy-sixth yem of' Atmericani
ndependenee. JOlhN UiLL, o. E. D.
Jan 22 2t 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN CH ANCE RY.
L.UI. M~und y '1 Original Bill andi
atnd othiers, Bill of Reriror
ts. i- anel *Su1plemuent
samuel Perrin, A am'tor of | fr Mar.whaiLing
I P. Quarles and others. .J assets, <jc.
I T appearing to my sattisfactionm that the defen
danits, William I. Birannon and George W.
Brannon, reside withlout the litmits ouf the State,
m motion of Mr. Carroll, Plaintiff's Solicitor,
t is ordered that the said defendants, detmur,
,lead or answer to the said Bill, within three
nonths from the publication of tlhs order, or the
ad Bill wlll be takent pro confessol agaInst them.
AlIT HUR SMKINS,c C E ED.
Jan 21,1->23m 1
AO~OOD assortmtetnt of F R E S HGA R
JDEN SE ED. ONIONS. PL ANTING
ONIONS anud lRISHI POTATOES, for
H-OLLINGsWORTHI & NICHOLAS.
Jan 22 if 1
J UST received a large supply of Extra and
Pure WHITE LEAD, of the very best
nake, for sale cheap for Cash, by
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct 30 tf 41
A LL persons indebted to the Assigned Estate
of Jolhn Lyon are requested to nmake immec
lirte paytmnt, as lunger indulgenice caunot be
given, and must not be expected.
S. F. GOODE, Assigneo.
Jan21, 1852 tf 1
A Good Chance !
T~H E Subseribar having been disappointed in
ids arrangements for the presenlt year,
would gladly accept a boy to the BLACK
For particulars apply personally tir hy letter
it liggin's Ferry P. 0., Edgefield Dis., 8. V.
E. P. AB3NEY.
NEW BOOT & SHOE FAUTORY!
(Next door to SULLIVAN & BROTHE.)
BTIERE may h had BOOTS 4- SHOE
of all descriptions, made of the
y the BEST WORKMEN I
A large Stock of Home made Plantation Bro
;ans of the best quality. Planters are invited t<
Upper, Sole, Harness-anad Beit Leather upor
podl terms fur cash.
Mr. J. D. TiDDETTs, the Foreman of thi
. tablislment, will fill all orders. for nateriahl
nd execute all orders for work with despatel.
R. T. MIMS, Proprietor.
Jan 8 tf 51
S KRS. H. E. BROW%, returns lei
V grateful acknowledgments to her friendi
uid the community gener"ly, for lie liberal pat
1ouge which they bestowed upon her during
he past year.
She has associated with herse. in baroess
,iss A. A. BELLAMY, an experienced and
Fashionable Mantua Maker,
vho will assist her in condueting the Milliner3
Department, in al its bransebens.
They hope to receive a share of public pat
onaflge, and will use every er:ertion to deserve it
'lcy will be found in the building adjoining Mr
. F. LABoRDE, directly opposite the "Span
Jotel." Their friends are rc3cctfully solicitet
Jan 15 4t 52
T HE Subscribers return their 'thanks t<
their friends and custoners for furmei
avors, and solicit a continuance of the same, a
he late stand of John Lyon,.where they hav
emnoved that portion of their Stock saved fron
lie late fire, which they will sell low.
The loss sustained by the fire renders it neces
ary for theim to call on thoseowho are iidebte
o thei to make payment at Ie earliest possibl
WILLIAMS & CIIRISTIE.
Jani2, I5! tf 1
'"H E Undersigned having formed a Co-Part
I nership for the purpose of conducting tlh
11ove business, at the Old stand of JosN CoL
JAN, ieXt dior to .Messrs. WILLIA S & CuatsTis
espetfuily sulicit the patronage of their friend:
nd the public generally.
The best quality of Goods kept constantly oi
innd, and made up in the neatest and most fash
COLGAN & LECG.
Jan 8 5t 51
LL Persons indebted to me either by not
L or open account, are for the last time
oIlicited through this medium to call and liqui
ate-the claims I hold against them. Settlement
wt Iade by return day for March Court, wil
e handed out fur collection.
Jan 8t 51
ITE Copartnership heretofore existing unde
' the name and firm of R. M. FUm.Eat & Co.
s this day dissolved by mutual consent. There
ire, all those indebted to the concern are re
luested to come forward inmediately and clos
R. M. FULTER,
JOIIN E. LEWIS,
N. 1L CH ASE.
January 1, 1852. tf50
N ot i c !
(SLD C. lM. GR AY, still in the Fielin
JI anid returns hsis thanks to his P'AYIN(
nsst'nmers for last yeas's paitronaige.
U7 Beef Bills this year will be settled month
. Conme up all ye IDelinsquent Debtors, and
y the " Old Fellow," like gentlemsen.
C. MAIRTIN GR AY, UJ. S. A.
Jan 22 tf 1
P IE subsscriber hereby notiies all persor
.idebtedl to Isim,, or to Mirs. R. Blalock
itser by sote sir open account, to msake piaymen~
y thso 15th sif February next, as longer insdul
enee cannot be givens. Thosse who fail to di
Isis, will find their nsotes or aceounits placed i
ie hands of Mr. Griflins foir collection.
1'. R. PJLALOCK.
Nov. 27, 1851 1et 415
, LL persos inidebted to the Estate of Eliza
L thsil Carter, dee'dl.. are requseste'd to nimak
ismediate psaymsenst. :and those having~ demand~
ast said Estate will presenut thsem properly' a'
esd. A. J. RANIBO, Admn'r.
Asgst7 6m* 29
SLL4 those indebtesd to the estate of Willias
1. Butssey, dee'dl., bre regnested to msake im
ssedite paymenit and~ thos~e having demaand
CALEB TA LLTEY, Adm'r.
Dc 26 .3m 4
ILL Persons inidebted to the Subscribe
Li either by note or open accomunt, due th,
irst of JTanuary, thsat are inot settleds by thl
I tth of February nsext, msay expect to pay cost
dOJUN L. DXBY.
Jasi 153S 52
LL Persons indebted to thme Estate of Mil
tona Perkisis, dee'd., are requested to mank
ssssediate pasymenctt, ansd all those havin~g an
lensmdls agaist said estate will present themi
FELIX RODGERS, Ex'or.
Jan 6 l y 51
LL Persons indebted to the estate of Olive
Toswles, are requested to snake imnmediat
yest, asus thosse hsaving densiands againist thm
ane will resnder thesm isn properly attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
SOct. 9 tf 38
LL persons indebted to the estate of Lewi
. Collins, dee'd., are requested to make ism
nesiate paymnent, and those having demand
uaisst the same to present them properly af
Lested. J. A. COLLINS, Adni'r.
Oct. 30 Ut 41
LL Persons indebted to the Snibscribei- ar
.reqested to mai~ke payment before th
ts of February next. '
W. HI. WARD.
Jan 22 2t* 1
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mar
.I.Watson, dee'd., ate requested to niak
iopt paynmenit, and those hasving demsands wil
sresnt them forthwith, properly attested as t
S. J. WATSON, Adas'r.
Jan 22 'sm 1
T IOSE havisig demainds against the Estat
Aof A bner Petersons, dee'd., will render theti
in properly attested necordiug to law, and al
ihose indebhwd wgill smake ignmediate payment.
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday
in February next, the following property in
the following eases, viz:
Samuel Broooks vs John R. Wever and
Charles J. Glover; James A. Devore. bearer,
vs John R. Wever; Mary Gibbs vs J. R.
Wever, Oliver Towles and Thos. G. Bacon,
the tract of land where the Defendant Wever,
lives, containing one hundred and eighty
acres, more or lcss, adjoining lands of Benj.
Bettis, James Swearengin and others.
John M. Clark vs Scarborough Broadwa
ter; the Same vs the Same; J. H. Elam vs
Searborough Broadwater, Jef. M. Sharpton
and Henry Key, the tract of land where the
Defendant lives, containing one hundred and
fifty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
Thomas Garrett, St. Smith and others.
Elbert Devore vs John Terry, Sr.; L. G.
Holloway vs the Same, the tract of land
where the Defendant lives, adjoining lands of
Dr. T. J. Simpson, Artemus Lowe and others
George Parrott vs William S. Howard, the
tract of land whereor the Defendant lives,
containingthree thousand five hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of John Carry,
-N. K. Butler and others.
George Parrott, bearer, vs Martin Medlock,
the tract or land, whereon the Defendant
lives, adjoining lands of James Rainsford
and other%. t
M. L. Gearty, for F. O'Connor vs James
Benson; A. J. Rambo vs the Same; the
Same vs the Same; the tract of land belong.
ing to the Defendant, containing three hun
dred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
t A. J. Rambo, T. G. Lamar, John Morris and
M. L Gearty, for F. O'Connor, vs. Moses
B. Benson, the tract of land belonging to
tihe Defendant, containing three hundred
1 acres, more or less, adjoining lands of A. J.
Rambo, T. G. Lamar, John Morris and Jesse
M. L. Gearty, for F. O'Connor, vs I. D.
Benson, the tract of land belonging to the
Defendant, containing three hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of A. J. Raumbo,
T. G. Lamar, John Morris and Jessee Bartee.
James Sheppard vs W. F. LAke and IInghrl
- Moseley, the tract of land whereon the De
fendant Moseley lives.
Thos. J. Latner vs William Kelly and 3f.
L. Gearty, the House and Lot of M. L.
Gearty in the Town of Hamburg, known as
Lot No 284.
James Sheppard, bearer, vs Williamson
Williams, and R. Holloway the tract of land
belonging to the Defendant Williams, known
as the Holloway Jones tract, adjoining l:nds
of John Trapp, hansom Holloway and others.
Marshall Frazier, for another, vs E. J.
Youngblood ; G. L. & E. Penn, for N. L.
, Griffin, Assignee, vs the Same; Charles Me
i Gregor, bearer, vs the Same; the tract of
land whereon the Defendant lives, adj 'ning
lands of 31. Frazier. E. B. Bacon and i Iers.
Townsend, Arnold & Co., vs John L., on.
- C. If. Goodman, for the use of Georgo Par
rott, vs the Same; George Parrott, bearer,
r and others severally. vs the Same, the tract
, of land where the Defendant lives, adj'ining
lands of S. S. Tompkins, Mrs. Lucy Moore
- and others.
c S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
January 10 1852 4te 52
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
-to me directed, I shall proced to sell
at Edgefleld Court House, on the first Mon
day in February next., the following proper.
Sty, in the following cases, viz:
S. F. Goode vs Daniel WV. Jones, one
Cothran & Sprowle vs Benj. Franklin; L.
H. Mundy, bearer, vs Benj. Franklin, Mat.
Cothrani and John Irvin, twvo Bay horses,
levied on as the properly of the Defendant
H. Boulware vs M. L. Gearty and C. J.
s Glover, Four Ne roes, viz: Joe Miller, Joe
Mack, Morris an Nancy.
SOthier Plaintiffs vs M.~L Gearty, the above
- described property.
a S. Ch RISTIE, S. E. D.
1 Jan 17 3te I
. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- M. L. Gearty, Mrgac
s Leonard Suber.
Y Virtue of a Mortgamge in this case I
Bshall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
-House, on the first Monday in February next,
one negro woman named Nancy.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 17 3to 1
William Hlayne, Survivor,
Charles B. Carter.
r BY Virtue of a writ of Fiuri Faciias, to mec
edirected, I shall procceed to sell in the
e Town of h~anmburg, on Wednesday, the
-4th day of February next, one Four Horse
Wagon. Terms Gash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 17 Ste 1
- State of South Carolina,
Benjamin Miller and others,
Thomas Anderson and wife Prdn
r lOTICE is hereby given tha~t by virtue
e of an Order from the Court of Equity
e in this case, and by consent of parties, 1
shall sell at Edgeleld Court House on the
first Monday in Februaryv next, at public
auction, the following Negroes: Bob, Sue
and her children, Isham, Frances, Manrdy,
Louiza, Laura, Hannan, and an infant child,
a Said property to be sold on a credi. until
the 25th day of Decn'.W next, exceet costs
a to he p.3 in cash. The purchase money to
be secured by bonds or notes with adequate
Ja-1 A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
* State of South Carolina,
- C. H. Goodwin and others,
Elizabeth Goodwin & others.
~ N pursuance of the Order of the Court of
lI I.Equity in this ease, notice is hereby giv.
e en to the creditors of Chamberlain L. God.
win, dec'd., to come in and establish their
claims before nie, on or beibro th~e 17th day
-of April next.A.SII ,C.EE.D
Comm'rs Office, Jan 12 14t 52
I TUFT received a good supply of'chmoice SEED
S.1PO T4 TOES, and for sale by
0. L. PENN, Agent
THOMAS P. IMAGRATE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Equity.
OFFICE AT H1AXBURG, S. C.
Sept. 18, tf 35
H. R. SPANN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, r
OFFICE the same as heretofore used by
WARDLAW & SPANN.
February 5, 1851 tf 3
JOSEPH ABNEY, tl
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
-.Edgcfield Court House, near the PLAN
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to.business d
in his piofession. .
Nov. 14 tf 51
G. W. LANDRUM ,'* .
W ILL Practice in tht Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgendd and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. 11.
Jan 16, tf .52
For Tax Collector
R. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
L. A. BROOKS,
- THEOPHILUS DEAN,
WILLIAM L. PARKS, r
JIENRY H. HILL,
ELIJAH T. RAUCI.
NEW FAMLY GROCERY !
'III' U" dersigned having formed a Co-Part
.nership- for the purpose of conducting a
General Family Grocery Business, I
in the Villige of Edgefield, in the Store House
South side of Mr. B. C. BRYAN's Store, respveet
fully invite their friends and the public generally
to give theim a call. Their Stock consists in
part, of the following artices:
Porto Rico Sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Clarified - Cinnamon and Cloves
Crushed " whule and ground,
Pulverized " Mace and Nutmegs,
Loaf White and Blue Starch,
Laguira Coffee, Turpentine Soap,
Java " Soda "
Jamaica " Colgates Family Soap,
ILio " Sharin"
Black, lysen,Gunpow- Variety of Fancy
der and Imperial Teas Casteel "
Refined Syrup Molasses Sand Balls "
West laidia " Segars and Tobacco,
New Orleans " livas' London Porter,
Buckwheat Flour, Seotch Ale,
Baltimoro " .Adamantine Candles,
do Cured Hams, Sperm "
Pig lams cured this fall Tallow
Lard, first quality, Xinter str'd Lamp Oil,
Pickled Beef and Pork. White Wine, clarified,
Dried " ' and Cider Vinegar,
Smoked Tongues, Assorted Candies,
Maekerel, No 1, 2, 3, Bananas, Pine Apples, P
in Kitts, Oranges, Lemons, t
Salmond i A pples, fresh Raisins, a
Pickled Shad, Prunes. Currents, .
Dried Cod Fish, Citron and Cranberries, it
Fresh Clams, Soft shell Almonds, t
Lo~bsters and Sardines, Bai us
Fresh Rice, new crop EgihWlus
Table and Sack Salt, Fibrs
Goshen Butter, WinuadToto
Irish Potatoes, PeprSc,
White Beans, AmeiatPcls
Soda Biseuit, odn " 1
flutter Crackers, BnsBudlukts
Sweet Crackers, IPane r
Cordials, S~ru Fiberants, is,,
ble terPeppfor SASce,
As wePaintenddig dsns e "lsvl fo
Cabtsn weas P d'eel ersrr antedyn roos "v,,
Ay avourt uthe av call at en dastell of
fordioascnh Syrupn, Brandyer el ru. tS
1All ofwc from he subcbe on the tresn.lt
bJl)terms freC At or 1 inhshgh we
slwel inclied on ben forardlusivesfo
rah.er breky.l hatd on hsayngto (those who s
maycvorable ita onl, tvhat we cand aswy, a
infotthe cneiborhone ofywhe esubcrbe'
pl$ttin Tuaoereward.wl ejadt
an delvA hiA Ytfro the subscriber t he planth
tiDE, fou et Nor s of inche igh, biaeee
or lod him inyeail in this Whne wakngi
DESlilOnSlineted orwa brib arc roes
raterrsky. toHae imd isao te sdenot r
Jeonldletod) as-1lgor lgdfeneycannotly
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An abLu the inegborhd of th Esateofiberrs
plantoy Theebove re rlead to k
thn deliverl himto thesbcrbrdthrplna
or ldg himou indebte jaioi thestate ofHnyp
?.Wadr~m dCLARA euse toNDRUM.e t
PIERSS ibe to thal eSubscriber gave the
queotes to make immedlloate fore thhiof r
san idleto arene inthhadoSuelg Brnooks,
givn. . TENNENTOK.C
A LL thros indebted to the estate of Perr A.h
LI ollowa, de'd.,are requred to makem
npay~teyment, fnd those lg demands pesn
agis adett ilpeetthem properly attesed
tested. ES YEDEL, Adrs
ALL persons areeeby oewsated ofgHenytp
for Wa0ldru, beringdae rh equary tlakt, <
imedaate pyto ond those Claving thead q
hing preen thempoefry attseia puoswith
icadBiewhoiti WAppeD edM Amyr,
r HeSvor to noify tale saesn bth a thei
Nogtet to Ro M lluhfr5h0hro
ua all thtrmi Snadte th 50t 2ayo
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
REV. GHARTLES A, RAYN&ND,
F HE Second Session will commence on the
'9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate themselves, their
riends and the public, on what - they now con
ider the permanent establishment of an institu
on of learning of so high a character in their
)istriet. The beneits which'their own children,
rith others, have experienced during the past
ession, enables them with the greater confi
ence, to recommend the latitutien to the pat
onage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
ember last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
ince been gradually increasing. It is confident
y expected that the number in attendance will
e greatly increased during the next Session. -
The' Institute -building now contains seven
oomeas all of which have been bul; and aro
sed, for purposes of Instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of Maps;
knatomieal Charts, GTobes, &o;. a Museum of
atural Ilistoiy; a Cabinet of Minerals and
ihells; furnish unusual facilities for acquiring
practiea knowledge of the different branches
The course of Study is of an elevated ebarae
er, and more comprehensive, than that of most
Lemale institutions of the highest reputation.
The PaIxCIrAL devotes.the whole of his time
D the super:ision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experieneed.in their diffe
ent Departments, and those only of known sue
ess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided: into Sessions
f 14 weeks eqch. It is of great importance
lint the student be present at the commence
rient of tho Session. The Classes are then
irned, and a few weeks delay may affect the
tanding of the pupil throughout the year.
or Tuition in the Primary Department, Jst Di
vision, per Session,..............$5 00
" Tuition in the Primary Department,
2nd Division,.................... ' 00
" Tuition in the A cademic Department, 12 00
" " " Collegiate " is 00
.cssons'on the Piano and use of Instrum'nt IS 00
lodern Languages. each,............. 8 00
)rawing and Sketching from Nature,.... 8 00
'ainting in Oils, Portrait and Landscape, 15 00
se of Apparatus................... 2 00
uel and care of Buildings,......... 50
ood Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, washing, fuel,
&c., at (per month).............. 10 00
Pupils entering near the middle or close of
the Session, are charged from the time of
itrance to the end of the Session. No dedue
an for absence, or other causes, but at the dis
-etion of the Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the
ose of each Session.
Books. Stationary and 'Music, can. be obtained
i the Village at reasonable prices.
The Department of Music is under tle super
ision of one of the most accurate and accom
lished teachers in the State; and it is Beli'ved
iat unusual facilities are afforded for acquiring
thorough knowledge of this difficult scienee.
i addition to regular private lessons, the pupils
i this department are divided into classes, and.
ineIt on the plan of Pestalozzi.
They devote much time to exercises, adopted
train thme car. and the voice, anid to impart-an
ray aiia brilliant excution.
I'f they pursue the prescribed course of mnusi
al instruction, they acquire theo art of reading
miusi with facility.
Thley are reqluired to be regular and systemat
in practisinig daihy at the Institute.
The traininig and cultivation of the voice,
eceive ani lunusual degree of attention. The
rience of Eloeution is here applied, in develop
ig the voice for singing, with great effe~ct.
The Institution has been almiost weekly visited
y a large number of the ladies aind gentlemen
'our village, who hare invariably expressed
me highest degree of satisfaction, at what tliey
nye heard anid seen of the profi'eney of the
upils and the arrangement of the Institute.
*nd the Trustees have only to add in concha
on, that while in their opinion. there iire many
stitutions of learning deservedly popular in our
tate, yet there are none which can furnish
center or more substanitial advantages to young
adlies than that under thme charge of Mr. R ay
S. F. (OO0DE (
R. T. MIMS. J 9
Edgefiecld C. 11., Dec. 4 1851. tf 4M
ilassical and English School,
AT AIKEN, S. C.
HIE Subscriber will, with divine permi's
U. ion, open a School on Monday the 12th
January in A iken, S. C.
The year will be divided into two) Sessions of
ive Months each. The first Session will-eomn
ience on the 2nd Monday in Jannuary, and the.
cond on the first Monday in July.
The Subscriber is prepared to accommodate
en Boarders.-Price of Board, $10 a month;
vashing and lights included.)
Termis of Tuition.,
For the Classics..................$16
English.... .. ........ ......... ... 12
Board can be had in several excellent private
nilies at $10 a month.
FRANCIS C. JOUNSON.
.Jan 10 tf 52
Edgefleld Male Academy,
TEA CHERt is wanted to take charge of
the Edgefleld Male A cademy. The appli
unt must be a TEA CHER by PROFESSION;
me wvho has experienee in his business, and ant
y qualified for preparing young men for the
.'th Carolina College. To a mian of suitable
malificntions, the place offers many inducements.
ddress the Trustees.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
JIOIN LIPSCOMB, I.
JOllN BAUS4KETT, (
- R. T. MDIS. .J
Nov 28 tf 45
Wanting a Teacher
10 take charge ot the Plumb Branch Aea
K. demy, situated in Edgefleld District.
It is requisite that the rpp'icant be a Southern
rentleman, prepared to give reference with re
ird to morality, &c.--duly qualified to teach the
anguages, together with the various branches
the English. The A cademy is situated in a
enlithy portion of the District, and will open
a the 1st Monday in February, -under the su
erintendance of a Board of Trustees who, with
te view of obtaining a share of patronage, will
educe the Tuition to the lowest rates, and
ledge thenmselves to give strict attentiomn toward
me presem'vation of the morals of students under
ieir care. Board can be obtained convenient
the Acadenmy, at the low rates of $6 per
ionth. For further information address eilber
C the Trustees, at Cairo Post Office,
WM. C. ROBERTSON, k
CH ARLES FREEMAN,
J'AMES A. TA LBERT, 5
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