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-SELLING OFF AT COST! !
E have on hand a large assortment of
WINTER and early SPRING Good s,
which we propose selling off at COST. and a
some Styles less than Cost, so as to sell entirely el
out of WINTER GOODS, and make room for
a large assortment cf - 0
SPRING + SUMMER GOODS.
Purchasers will find it much to their interest E
to call on us.
We have and will continue to keep the largest
and most select Stock of Goods to be found in
this Market, and always at the lowest prices.
S. C. & J. C. CIAMBERS,
Dealers in Dry Goods.
Columbia, Feb. 3 it 3
Ten Dollars Reward, P
R ANA WAY from the Subscriber's wagon,
in Hamburg sometime in November last,
a negro boy named HAMPTON. Said boy is
about 18 or 20 years of age, about. 5 feet 6 inches
high, of a yellow or brown complection, turns J
out his feet when walking, is stout made and
intelligent, and has a sear over one eye com- cc
mencing in the eyebrow and running upwards
caused by the kick of a horse, when quite young. wi
It is very likely he will deny his proper name pr
and owner, having done so before.
R. WARD. -
Lotts, Edgefield Dis., Feb 5 tf 3
Er The South Carolinian, Abbeville Banner.
Chronicle & Sentinel and Constitutionalist. will ~l
give the above two weekly insertions and for- C
ward their accounts to this office for payment. ni
Valuable Plantation for Sale, (if
r HE Subscriber offiers for sale his VALU- C(
T ABLE PLANTATION, containing
1571 Acres, _
in Seriven County. 2 1-2 miles fruom Depot, 5 1-2
from Central Rail RoaLd., andI three-quarters of a
mile fron Paris Hill Aea lemv.
On the preitnies there is' a good Dwelling t
House, Cotton Gin, and all other niecesary out
buildings in good repair, with about two hun- I
dred acres under fence. Al:;n, about fifty acres
of cool Hay Land, nearly drained.
The place is one of the nust healthy in the
County, and the society oid.
Terms made e:sv. For further information
address mC at 11aleNyondale, P. O., Ga. ]
W3M. S. MOORE. J
Feb 3 4t 3 o
BY an Order from Johi Hill, Esq.. Ordinary
of E.lgefield District. I will Iroceei to
sell at the late residence of Wiley Thompson,
dee'd., on Wednesday the 25th February, all
the Real and Personal Estate of said deceased, t
One Tract of Land,
where the deceased formerly lived, containing
two hundred acres, more or less. Also, h
SIX LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, ti
Stock of I lorses, Cattle, I lousehold and Kitchen
Furniture, an1 sundry other articles nut neces
sary to mentil.
T'1'.eas.-The personal property will be sold Ie.
on a ci edit until the 25-th liceenber next, and
the real estate on a credit until the 25th 1 eeem- -
ber next, for one half, amil a credit unti! 25th
Dec. 1853, for the other halt' of the purchase r
money, to be secured by bond or mortgage and
DENJ. CONOLLY, Ex'or.
Feb 5 2t* 3
V L be sold at the late resilence of .Tames
W Allen Anderson, dee'd., ot Thursday ,
the 19th of February, all the personal Eistate of
the said deceased, consisting of Ias
SIXTEEN LTKELY NEGROES,
Horses. Cattth-, Hogs. Corn, Fodder, Hloure.
hod and Kitce'lrn Furniture, &c.. &c.
TERaus oF S.A.E -A cred it until t he 5t Dc
cemnber next. for all sums above five. dollars.
GEO. J. ANDI.!JSON, A dm'r. I
Feb5 2te a
STATE OF SOUTH1i CAROLINA.
John 31. WVitt, t
vs. Doniestic Attachmennt a
Rufus 3M. Scay. sa
3 u-eFrost. I shr~dl proceed to .s1 at I'
EdgefiehJ Cottrt Hous'e, on Friday the 2embi
February next, the fouiliwing property levied_
oen by virl :o of' the above attachimentt, vizs:
Two~;Cows :md1( Calves, and three IUorses.
Terms Cash. ..
S. CURTSTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 30 4te 3 l
.STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA. e
WV. WV. Rotten, )I
vs. Domestic Attachiment
Thomas Jackson. -
W n. ntwnr, Domestic Allachmenit r
B Y Virtue of' an Order fromi his Honor D. ii
L. Wardiaw, I shall proceed to3 sell at am
the Briek House near Daniel's M1ills, on Wil
son Creek, in which John MfeClenidon resided
last year, ont Friday, the 20th o.f February -
next, the followintg propierty levied on b'y
virtue of the above attachmnents, vizs: One
Bay Ho(rse, one Saddle atnd Bridle, one Cow
and Yearlintg, about 20 bushels of Corn, and or
a small piarcel of Fodder.
S. CH RISTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 30 4te 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B IN ORDINARY.
B YJOHN II[LL,Esq., Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas, John Adams, hath applied to
me for Letters of' Admitnistrationi, on all ir
and1 singular the goods and ehattles, rights
and credits of Edward HI. Glanton, late of -
the District, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish ,
all andl~ singular, the kindred and1( creditors of
the sauid dceased, to be and appear before me s
at our next Ordintary's Coutrt for the said Dis-| i
triet, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 20th day of February inst., to show
cause, if any, why the said administration -
shoulId not be granted.
Giren tinder my hand and seal, this the 3rd
day of Februarv in the year of' our Lord one
thousand eight'hundred and fifty-two, and in a1
the seventy-sixth year of Amermean Indepen.y
dence. JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
FbS2 2 3 nt
I N consequence of the tardiness of those in
debted me, my property has been sacrificed
to satisfy my creditors. 1 therefore earutestly
request all persons indebted to mc either by ~
Note or Account, to come forward and pay im
mediately as longer indulgence will not be given.
Those who negtlect to do so wvill find their notes -
and accounits in the hands of W. J. Wightmtan,
Esq., Hamburg. Those who wish to sto cost '
bad better attend to this last notice. IJ
Ml. L. GEARtTY.
Hamburg. Feb 5 t 3
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
AK ES this method of returning his thanks
to his friends and patrons, for the patron
Ie he has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi,
lIe is now receiving an addition to his already
tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
lye Stutys, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Shop rurniture, &c.
rilE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
aint, Hair, lnt, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
'inctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
accordarcc with th11 U. S. D;sp'ry.
'he most Repultibie Nostrums,
All of which he will s-l1 at prices that will
mpare favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishiig to purchase articles in his line
ill do well to call and examine his Stock and
E.Jgetieldl C. 11., Jan 22 tf 1
Fresh Garden Seeds,
UST received a large supply of G ARDEN
SEEDS from the celebrated Seed establish
ent of Comstock, Ferre &e., Wethersfield,
inn. The Subscriber has had an opportunty
testing the quality of seeds grown at the
ove establishnent, and can confidently re
imend them to be of superior quality.
For sale by G. L. PENN, Agent.
Jan !2 tf 1
LOT of FRESH G.ARDEN SEEDS,
" " Irish Potatoes,
A fine lot of Hllow or Pot Ware, which will
sol, very low for cash or punctual buyers.
Jan 6 tf 51
oot & Shoe Makers Wanted,
r WO FIRST RATE Boot Vakers,
and three -or fonr good Shoe ilakers,
e of them a first rate Peg Vorknan, cn find
ploynent by applying to the Subscriber at
igetield C. II.
R. T. MIS.
Jan 15 tf 52
u-T The South Carolinian, will give the above
ir wieiekly insertions and forward account to
7) U are bei ehy ordered to be and appear
Lat C:.efid Court Ilouse, on Saturday
7th of Vehrutary next. for E rill and Inspee
in. By order if CAM-. 110RAGNB.
\ . M. WIrr. See'ry.
N. I.-A reasonable price will be given foi
'rses by the year f6r the use of the Guns. A t
rzt ten will be wanting.
.lan 29 Ot 2
EN OR FIFTEEN CARPENTERS, are
wated imneliately, by the Subscriber.
ages paUid punctually.
0 J. II. BLEASE.
Jan 2-1 tf
j Y Friends and customers can find me in
i the loiie below I lollingsworth & Nielo
s, and ais usual will miake to order. for CASh!,
Fine T)rees Boots..............$WO0
do l'manp Boots3...............S 00
do lJauble Sole Water-Proof..0 00
All .:her kzinds of wirk at the lowest price.
Excllentt Work, good Fits and superior style,
aratied to all those that amay. favoiur mie with
call. WM. AlcEVOY.
Jan 29 tf 2
AVINXG bought of W. WV. Sale, thte Stock
*.of Goods, Notes and lloik A eeoutst5 due
elate firm of Sne. & 1inows, thonse indebted
said Firmi, will le~ase call at once ad settle,
he business will be close(d out at once.
rTe Stock of CLOT HING. H ATS, 4-c.,
ihand, will be sold at COST and L.5Ss, if called
r before the firbt of A pril.
JOIIN K. IIOII A.
Iamurog, JTart 29 4t 2
Lost or Stoleun.
[TIE Subhscriber hais lost otr hadi stolen from
Lhim , GOLD1 LEVER WATCil. IIe
issed it at the Store of Messrs. Moore & Gear
. near Mt. Willing. The Watch. as indicted
Sthe stamps within, was made by " Juohn
ovar, Mianchr-ster, N. II.'' and is further mark
I as ' No. 355fl."
A liberal reward will be given for its safe ro
rn to the Subscriber.
JTOEL P. HILL.
Mt. Willing, .Jan 22 tf I
['H E Creditors an i )T.:tersof the estate of
L Mrs. Mary Carroll, deel ., are requested
e. former to present thteir dlemads in due form,
d the latter to matke paymenot forthwith to
J. 1'. CA RROLL, Ex'or.
Jan 1 Ot 50
~U ARDI ANS atnd TRUtSTRES are hereby
X notified to matke their annual returns to moe
or before the first of March next.
A. Sl \KTNS, c. s. S.Dn.
Comm'rs. Ofiicer Jan. I, 1852 9t 50
AND WARRANTS for Stephen W.Mays,
-J Sampson B. Mays, Luke Taylor, Giles D).
ims, William Boswell, Caleb Coriey, W. F.
ush, Nancy 0. Freeman, Luke Corlcy, Johtn
ox, John M. Sihtus and Wesley Merchant,
we been left with mec for delivery by A. Md.
The Claimants are requested to call for themi
I person. W. P. BUTLER.
Jan 1 tf 50
fH E Subscriber itntetnding to close his busi
ness about the first of March next, will
ll his remaining Stock of LA DIES WOOL
N D RE SS GOODS, at Cost for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Jan 20,1852 5t 1
LL Persons indebtcd to me arc requested
to call and settle before the 10th of Febrn
ry, or I will place their intcounits in the hands of
V W. Adams, for collection indiscriminately.
171J wish it distitnctly understood, that 1 do
at credit any. My work mutbe in every case
AID for on delivery. II, A. GRAY.
Jan 29 1it
SGOOD C A RRf:AGIE and a pair of wel
.broke lA Tl HORSES.
W. P. BUTLER.
OR the ensnting year, a small COTTAGE,
now accupted by Mr. R. SUs..
F,. J. MIMS.
O WING to the recent Fire in the Town of r
Edgfelld, 11. It. SrAMN, with a view to
consult tie interests and benefits of his Crt di
tors, has this day Made a deed of Assignneiat to
me of his Real and Personal Estate in trust for
the payment of his Debts. Those to whom lie
is indebted, therefore, are.requested to mect on f,
Wednesday, 3d of February next, to appoint t
(if necessatry) an Agent to join with me in exe- p
auinag the trust of said Deed.
JAS. L. HILL, Assigne.
Janulary 23. 1852. t 2
OR the henAeft of the Creitors of IT. R.
F Spann, Esq., in executn of the trust con
rerred upon me by a Deed Assiuning his Ijstate, T
I will proceed to sell at Public Sale, without re- I
servation, his very valuable pro;perty, on Mon
day, the 16th of February next.
1. The House and Lot known as the I
ont.ining three acres, more or less. upon a
Lredit of anc, two, thrce and fcur years, with
interest front date-to be paid annually. This
Hotel las an extensive and profitable p:aonae, T
as may be shown, and is now (n'ered on th.se
liberal terms as meh from the earnest desir fI
the Proprietor to devote hiniself to the practice
rf the Law, as from the necessity of paying his
Creditors. If necessary the credit on this or
any other property will bo extended.
2. The vacant LOT utpon which was burnt
the house used during the last year by Mr.
Wn. P. Butler-adtjoiining lots of Avory Bland,
nd fronting on Jeffirson Street, opposite Mrs.
Labordes. Credit twelve months,-interest
3. The vacant LOT upon which was burnt
the house ie I hy .ames A . Foshee, as a (ro
wry. Credit twelve monhs, with intere.st from
4. The LOT upon which is located a new
BRICK SHOP, being one of the best loc-F
ions i.: the State for the busianess of a Ulack
mith. Credit twelve nimnthl after date,-pos
ession to be given .Jannary i, 1853.
5. Some six or eizht tther vactat LOTS, ad
oilning the lots aforeooaid. Credit twe've niontlis
6. A TRACT OF L.AND \ying on Lo
"reek and the Columbia Road. 3 niles from
Edgefield Court House, containing Four IItn
Ired (400) acrvs, more or less, and adjoining
ands of Col. A. itkins. Col. Jolh ITuiet and
>ters. Credit one and two years-interest i
'rom date, to be paid annually.
7. THREE VALUABLE NEGROES.
fall, Adam and Sivy. a Library of various
Works, the very valuable I lutmsehold attnd Kitch- --
mn Furniture, composed of new Reds, Bedding,
Inhlaaganty Tables, Ieureania, Chairs. Carpets.
nives and Forks, and o:her Table Furniture.
fogs, Horses. Carriage. Waggo, &e. Credit
f twelve mith. with intere.-t frotm date. All C
umts under twenty diollars easlt.
Security to be given satisfaictory to the As- EF
JAS. L. 11ULL, Assignee.
Jan 23 1852. 3t
Lf4 Persms indlebtel to hi n. Spanti. Fq.,
as an inslividual rit as a partnetr of the late
rm of spnn & Nicholam, mtust make immedi
Al sums unier C20 will be found i lthe hands
ir W. W. Adais, and those over $20 in the
iaitm of II. R. Spann, Attornev, to be sued,
iless paid in the course of ten days.
JAS. L. 111LL, Assignee. t
Jan 29 -t 2 i
SALE OF ]BOOTS& SHOES
At and below Cost, for. Cash,
I N Consequtence of my Stotre becinglhurnt by the
1recent Fira itn.our Village,, anad not itaving
ufieint roomin for mny~1arge Stock of iloets anad ir
shotes, I will Sell OtT'at antd BELOW COST. eh
tiil the 1st of .\larch, after whichi timea I will It
lispose of the renamiatder tf mny Stock at Public
Auction. to close thet conceernt.
All thotse inidebted to me, by note or accottnt.
ire earnecstly reqprested to ctomae forwiard and pasy
up, as I sttand itt nteed of the mneay, and cannaot
;ie longer indualgeanc. ~ E . I
Jan 20 5t. 2 s
r H E Stubscriber will contitne Runniang his
..Waggtn an td I alitng Wootd to tlte Court
Ihaiuse, butt it will htereafter be etmirely upon the
his prices tare 31:1 ets pr l10t lbs. froit A iken,
.17.1 ets " I ilambutarg.
A n single P'ackage haowev er sn:'hi, not lesr
h-la ? :sling as per cottrnut.
3.mi. .t() her load.
A ll persons indebted to m p h.. Ie JI.anutary
inst., muast paey. .1' tIIN I U1.
...- - -..___-_-- a,
Finial N~elice. a.
rT IH E Nottes anad aceounts itt the late firm of I
ISa.sx & NichorLAs, have been placetd ini
the hanads otf W. W. A datms, Esq., for collee
tion, anti all personts inadebte.l to staitd firmi are
hereby tnotified that atey will he sudl wvithtout
distinctiton utnless they e .mo f"'rwardl and settle
by the tenth of Febarauary net:X. W. W. Adanms,
Esq., hans the notes aind accounts :nd is au- a
thorised to itake settlemtents. t
ha. M. NICTIOL '.
Late of the faram of Spannaa & N i'h..s.
Jati 29 2t
ALL persons intdebted to the estate of Rich-.
1. ardh P. Qatrles, dee'd., are requtested to.
make immttediate ptameant, as longer inidulgenct a
etanot be givetn, iatd those htaving detmandat will
present themac, itn lega faom, foar settletaent to
SA M. PEtRRIN, Adma'r.
Jan 29 tf 2
ALU thtose indebted to thte Subscriber, cithter i
Llby naote or open account, are hereby noti
fied that Rieturta Day will soon be here, andi if
ttey fail to pay tup by thtat time, they will cr
taitly find their notes or accounats placed in the
hands of an Officer for colleetiotn, as lonager itn
dulgence canntot be givetn.
M. W. CLARY.
JTana 29 St 2
Look at Tiis !
rp IlE Sutbscriber fidinag it impoactSible tocnrry
on busianess wvit hitut mooney, haas comte to the
ctonclusioni to work in future ter CASH ONLY.
All work donte by himt dhuriatg the presenit year
must be paid for on delivery.
lHe retuarns his thanks to tall hais former patrons
for thecir past favors, atal hopes by strict atten
tion to busintess to merit a coaanati ee of the
sane. JOIIN COVAR.
Jan 29 2t 2
A LL Persons inadebted to thae Estate of Rich
-arud Griflin, dee'd-, arc requtested to mtake
immediate paynment, and those hiavinag dentatds
aganst thec Estate, to presentt thema properly at
tested, to the Subscriber.
N.UL. GRIFFIN, Ex'or.
Jan 29 4t 2 $
T ,h E Subscriber takes this method of inform
ing all those inadebted to hiat, fliat thtey
htae atn opportutnity to settle with hinm unatil
the tenth of February, after which time they
will htave to settle with an Attorney.
Buasinecss done by b'ma fromt this date will be
strictly on the Cash systemi.
NEW GROCERY FAMILY!
PHE Undersigned having formed a Co-Part
L-nership for the purpose'of conductinga
teneral Family Grocery Business,
ithe Village of Edgefield, in the Store House
nth side of Mr. B. C. BaYA'S Store, respect
illv invite their friends and the public ge.erally
give themt a call. Their Stock consists in
art, of the following articles:
rin Rico sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
:-rhi- fi Cinnanion and Cloves
r whole anid grotnl,
uliverized " Mace nnl Nutimegs.
.oaf Wile und Blue Starchi,
.aguira Coffee, Tuipentinte Soap,
ava Soda "
amnica " Colgate's Family Soap,
jaio Shaving "
lack. ITysen,Gunpow- Variety of Fancy "
der and Imperial Teas Casteel
efined Syrup Molasses fSald Malls "
Vest India " Suzars anid Tobacco,
ew Orleans 4 By o .ndon Porter,
Ikwheat Flour, Scotch Ale,
altimore " Adanaintine CanIles,
do Cured Hams. Speri "
ig Hans cured this fall Tallow "
ard, first quality, .intcr str'd Lamp Oil,
ickled Beef ani Pork, White Wine. clarified,
ried " and Cider V'in-gar,
moked Tongues, Assorted Candies,
lackerel, No 1, 2, 3, Bananas, Pine A pples,
a in Kitts, Oranges, Lemons,
almond i Apples, fresh Raisins,
ickleil Shad, Prunes, Currents,
ried Cod Fish, Citron and Cranberries,
resh Clans, Soft shell Alimonds,
abstcrs and Sardines. Brazil Nuts,
resh Rice, new crop English Walnuts,
able and Sack Salt, Filberts,
oshen Butter, Walnut and Toinatto
Al Potatoes, Pepper Sance,
hgite lBeans, American Pickles,
via Biscuit, London
utter Crackers, Brass Round Duekectts,
eet Crackers, Painted
ine i " Tubs.
ahbett's Yeast Powd'r .Keelers and Brooms.
died to the above is a splendid asortinent of
ordials, Syrups, Brandy Fruits,
IVines and Liquors,
11 of which will be sold on the most reasona
le terms fAr CASH!
As we intend doing Business exclusively fur
As. we feel warranted in saying to those who
av favour us with a call, that we can do as well
r then as can he done anywhere else.
11OLLINGSWORTH & NICHOLAS.
November 6, tf 42
State of South Carolina,
, 11. Goodwin and others,
lizabeth Goodwin & others.
N pursuanee of the Order of the Court of
. Eqnity in this ease, notiec is hereby giv
i to the creditors of Chamberlain I,. Good
in, dee'd., to come it' and establiih their
aims before me, on oi'before the 17th day
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Coinmn'rs Oflice, Jan 12 14t 52
LL those indebted to thie estate of William
1Bussey, dee'd ae requested to make im
eediate paymncnt and'I.those having demanids
ill present dtem properly attested.
CALE,3 TA LLEY, Adni'r.
Dec 26 3ni 49
4 fL Personts indebted to the ~Etate of Mil
.ton Perkin.s, dee'djiare requested tonmake
tinediate paymienlt,~ai nil those liavin~g -dny
-nands againist said estate will presenit thenm
roperly attested. a ~
'FELIX RODG ERS, Ex'or.
Jan 6 ly 51
LL. Pe'rsoms indebted to the estate of Oliver
Towles, aro regntested to make immnedhiate
it. and1( those having demnandes againist the
inc will render them ini proaperly attestedl.
11. .M. SC LRitY, Administrator.
Oct. 9 tf 3
ALLI persons indebted to the estate of Lecwis
Collins, dleed., are requesited to make im
iiate pav--ient, and thtose having demiaads
:iait t.hie'semie to~ presenit thaem preperly at
..d. J. A. COL LINS, Admi'r.
.. 310 t41
LLII Persons indleIted to the Vstate oaf Mary~
oitt paymaenit, and those having4 demeandkwill
resent thxem forthawith, properly attested as the
aw dir :tit.
S. J. WA TSON, Adm'r.
Jan 22 :amx 1
OSE haxving d-;,.amis ag'aint the Estate
Laf A bner Peter. 'nx. ie.-', ::1 render thtem~
lroel'my attested accordi-:.z -o 'a, .1 till
lose indebted will miake im-ia pay ;t.
S. J. WATSON, Adx'r.
Jan 22 3m I
)ERONS indebted to the Subscriber are re
L gneatde to make immediate paynment to Mr.
olin Middleton, as longer indulgenice cannot be
'iven. G. TERNNENT.
No 18 3m 44
L persons itndebted to the estate of Henry
. Waldrum, dee'd., are requested to make
nmecdiate pr~ymeint, and those having demands
'-ll present thenm properly attested forthwith.
WM. WALDRUM, Adim'r.
Dc 25 tf 49
4LLT persona itndebted to the estate of J. A.
1.Prin, dee'd., aro requested to make im
ediate paymtent, and those having demands
gaint said estate will present thaem properly at
ested. A. P.RlRItN, Adm'r.
Oct. 6 6mi 3S
TULST Rlecived 12 Doz Boxes, choice Mus
a tar. It is warranted to be of superior quali
y. Try it. For sale by
G. L. PENN, AGE.r
Nov 37 tf 45
JUST received a large lot of No. 1,* 2 and
3 MA CKEREL, in Kits and half Harrels,
ad fr sale by S. E. BOWERSh.
Ha amburg, O et 15 tf 3 9
T ST received a good supply of choice SEED
JPO TA TOES, and for sale by
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Jan 22 tf 1
fiE recent calamity by Fire and the extremo
tightness of the Money Market, render it
oprious on me to coleet out-standing debts.
iopo those indlebtedl will spare tme the necessIty
f a persoal appeal by promptly responding to
kis. W. P. BUTLElt.
S. S. TO1M PKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- nT OvvrcZ immediately in rear of the Court
Jan22 tf 1
THOMAS P. MAGRATH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Equity.
OFFICE AT HA3BURG, S. C.
Sept. Is, tf 35
. H. R. SPANN, ti
ATTORNEY AT L AW,
OFFICE the same as herutufure used by 5
WARDLAW & SPANN. d
February 5, 1851 tf 3 r
JOSEPH ABNEY, t
W ILL be found at all times in his Office at 9
Edgefield Court House, near the PLAN- I1
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to business
in is profession, r
Nov.14 tf 51 u
G. W. LANDRUM,
W ILL Practice in tha Courts of LAW and
EQUITY for Edgeficid and Lexington R
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. ii. U
Jan 16, tf 52 t
W I. I. H IL L, LM. D., f<
FFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of our Village and District. 1Having e
graduated at the University of New York, with
tigh honor, where he availed hiniself for the last
two vears, of the advantages to be derived front
the Eyc and 'Ear Infirmary, various 1Iospitals,
&e., &e., ofiers his services to his fellow-eitizens
with the hope that he will prove worthy of a t
share of their patronage.
tl. M at the SrAX OrTL, No. 7.
JA MIE S M. DAY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permianently located at Edgefield C
U., offer~s his prof'essionial servie
to the citizens of the Village ar.d
its vicinity and will attend to any call he mnay
have either in the Vilhage or Country.
All operations warranted. L
March 10, 1850. tf 8 f
Z'or Tax Collector C
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. iURT.
WELCOME MARTIN, t
ISAAC llOLES, t
L. A. BROOKS.
I'lOuJlrs EAN, - el
WILLIAM ,. PARKS,
HIEN H.' HI1 .L2. it
ELIJAl T. RAUCH.
NEW BOOT & SHOE FACTORY!
(Next door to SCLA.AN & rRoriR.) vi
IIERE may be had BOOTS 4. SHOES P1
W of all descriptions, made of the ti
Best Materials, h
ry the BEST WORKMEN! "
A large Stock of Home made Plantation ro
gas of the best quality. Planters are invited to tc
Upper, Sole, Harness and Belt Leather upon
good terms for cash.
Mr. J. D. Tinsa-rT, the Foreman of this
Establismnent, will fill all orders for nmaterials
nd execute all orders for work with despateh.
R1. T. MIMS, Proprietor.
Jan8 i f 51l
A C ar d!
IRS. H. E. BROWYN, returns her
I.L grateful acknowledlgm:ents to, her friends b;
nd the community generally, for the liberal pat- ol
rnage which they bestowed upon: her during t1
the past year. h:
She has associated with herself in business, P
Miss A. A. HIerLLAMY, an experienced and A
Fashionable Mantua Maker, I
who will assist her in conducting the M1illinery A
Departmnzt, in all its branches.
They hope to receive a share of public pat- I.
ronage, attd will use every exertion to deserve it. St
They will be found in the buihling adjoining Mr.
P. F. LA~onoV.. directly o1posite the ".Spanntt
lotel." Their friendls are respectfully sofleited
Jan: 15 at 52
T 1 E FSubserihere return their thanks to C
.their frienid. and enstemers for foirmer
favors, an~d solicit a conttinunnee of the sanme, at
the late stantd of John Lyon, where they htave V
reoved tat portion: of teir Stock saved fromn.
the late fire, which they will sell low. ol
The loss sustain:.:'l by th~e tire reniders it neces
sary for them to call on those wh~o are indebted F
to them to miake paymtent at the earliest possible n,
WILLIAMS & ChRISTIE.
Jan 21, 1852 tf I T~
rj.fEj Undersigned having formed a Co-Part
Lnorship for the purpose of con:ductin~g the
above bu~sinaess, at the old stand of .Jotns Cot
A, ntext door to .lsas. WH.LLM~s & Cnats~tr,
respectfully solici'. the~ patronage of their friends
an. the publie generally.
The best quality of Goods kept constanttly on
hnd, and nmade up in the neatest and tmost fash
ionable style. CLA EG
JanS 8 t 51
A LL Persons indebted to me either by note e
.or openm.account, are for the last time, o
solicited through this medium to call anid liqui- p'
datethe claim. I hold against them. Settlements s
~ot ma:dc by return day for March Court, will q
be handed out for collection.
Jan 8 5t 51
T UE Copartncrship heretofore existitng under
.the name and firm of R. M. FLn.Lea & Co., .
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. There
fore, all those indebted to theo concerni are re
quested to comae forward immecdiately and close \
R. M. FULLER,
JOHN E. LEWIS, (
N. U. CH ASE.5
January 1, 1852. tf 50 I
OLD C. 111. GRAY, still in the Fi'la,
and returns his thanks to his -PAYING
Custonere for last year's patronage.
O7 Beef Bills this year wvill be settled month
ly. Como up all ye Delinquent Debtors, atnd
pay the 4Old Fellow," like getntlenmen.
C. MARTIN GR AY, U. S. A.
Jn 22 if I
ALL persons itndebted to the Assigned Estate
Aof John: Lyon are requested to mai~ke imnme
drto payment, as longer indlulgence cannot be
given, and mtust not be expectedl.
-S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Ja., 1852a tf 1
Faney and Staple Dry Goods!
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE now on hand, a very large supply of -
FANY AD STAL Da Gocns, among
Rich printed Mouselin Delaiaes, of beautiful
*styles, and at low priees.
~ English and Freneh Merinos, and plain eol
Rich plaid and fancy Brocde Silks, for La
Extra rich blick Brocade Silks, and SilkTar
French Prints. of new and eregant YTes.
Superior 4-5 black awl colored Silk Nelvet.
Ladies' French Worked Chimasettes, with
Collars and Understeeves.
Ladies' French Worked Linen Cambric
Ladies' French Lawn and Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs,at verylow prices.
Swiss and Jaeonet-Muslin. Edgings and In
Superior 12-4 Linen Slicetings and Pillow
Superior 4 4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns.
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask
Superior 8-4, 10-4, 12-4, 164 and 18-4 Da
mask Table Cloths.
Heavy Huckaback and Scotch Diapers, for
Superior 7-8 and 4-4 Furniture Diinites.
Faney, pink, blue and buff striped Furniture
A very large assortment of Cotton Fringes.
Black Bombasins, Challys and Alpaccas, of
Ladies' Silk and Velvet Cloaks and Mantillas.
A vdry large supply of English' and German
Superior Marseiil:s Qailts, of extra site and
A large assort-ment of C'rib-andWiney Blan
Lace and Mfuslin- Curtains, and' Curfain MNa
Superior ingrain, Thrce Ply and Venetian
Ricl'Tiapesfry, VelretTapestry, B'russels, and
Printed Floor Cloth, in patterns, and' For
With a great variety of otlier articles. am] to
all of which they respectfully invite the-attention
of the public.
Jan 20 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B JOHN HILL, Esq. Ordinary of lidge
Whereas Davis J. Kilerease, bath applied
to me for Letters of Administrationy on all
and singular the goods and chattics, rights
and credits of Abroam Kilerease, late of the
District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singuiar, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before
me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Edgefreld C' House
on the 9th day of February next, to show
cause, if any, why the said adiniustration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 27th day
of January, in the year of our Lord ofne thou
sand eight. lindred and fifty-two, and i'n the
seventy-sixth year of American Independence.
JOHN HILL, ot t. n..
Jan 28 2t 2'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY JOHN HILL, Esq. Ordinary' of Edge
Whereas James C. Adams and-.kmews Ad
ams hath applied to me for Letters of' t dmin
istrationl, oni all anid singular the goods and
hattels, rights ar.d creditas of James Adams,
Sen., late of~ the District aforeasid-, dleceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all amnd singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said dteeased, to be and appear before
me, ait our next Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Edegtieldi C.-Hfouse
on the 9th daiy of February next, to- show,~
cause, if any, why thec said admniistration
shold not bie granted.
Given unider my hand and seal, thi's thme 23d
day of January, in the year of our Eord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and in
the seventy-sixth year of American Idepen
dene. JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
Jatn 28 2t 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JTOHN HIL L, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas George R. Mays hath applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
singuir the goods and ehattles, rights and
redits of Alsey Martin, late of the DlIktrict
These are, therefore, to cite and adinonish
all and singular. the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and ap'pew before
m, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Edgefield C' House,
on thme 9th day of February next, to show
cause, if any, 'why the said admiinistration
should niot be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this the 28th
day of Jatnuary, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and ini
the seventy-sixth year of Ameri'ean Indepeni
dence. JOHN HILL, 0;.E.D~.
Jan 28 2t 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN CH ANCERY.
L. H1. Mundy Original Bill and
and others, Bill of Reuivor
RP. vs. and Supplement
RP.Quarles and others. assets, <j-c.
I T appearing to mty satisfaction that the defen
dans, William U3. Brannon ta George W.
Brannon, reside without the limits of the State,
on motion of Mr. Carroll, Plaintitf's Solicitor,
It is ordered that the said Jefendants, demur,
plead or answer to the said B3ill, within three
months from the publication of this order, or the
said Bill will be taken pro confrease against theum.
ARTH UR SIKINS, e E E D.
Jan 2l,1852 3m 1
AGOOD assortment of FRESH GAR
D EN SE ED. ONIONS. PL ANTING
ONIONS and IRISli POTATOES, for
HOLLINGSWORTHI & NiCHOLAS.
Jan22 tf 1
J UST rceived a larce supply of Extra,and
Pure WHITE LEAD, of the veryhest
make. for sale cheap for Cash, by
G. L. PEN1N, AoEvr.
T ANNER, qualified to conduct the bust
fro ness of a yard in alt the mysteries of the
art.-NoneO necd apply excepting thoso free
frmdissipation. The subscribers may be found
at their residence four or five miles above Green
wood, Abbeville District.
NICHOLLS & LIPSCOMR.
POR YOUNG LADIS!
REV. CHARLES A. RAYMOND,
H HE Second Session will commence on the
9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate themselves, their
-ends and the public, on what they now con
der the permanent establishment of an institu
on of learning of so high a character in their
listriet. The benefits whichtheir own children,
ith others, have experienced during the past
ession, enables them with the greater confi
ence, to recommend the Institution to the pat
mage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
-mber last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
nee been gradually increasing. It is confident
r expected that the number in attendance will
L greatly increased during the next Session.
The Institute building now contains seven
yoms, all of 'vhich have been built, and are
sd, for purposes of Instruction.
A fine apparatus: a large collection of Maps;
mnatomical Charts', Globes, &c; a Museum of
atural History; a Cabinet of Minerals and
hells; furish unustial facilities for acquiring
practical knowledge of the different branches
The course of Study is of an elevated charae
-r, and more comprehensive, than that of most
male institutions of the highest reputation.
The PRINCIrAL devotes the whole of his time
the super:ision and instruction of the various
The Asistants are experienced in their difre
nt Departments, and those only of known sue
ass in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
14 weeks eqch. It is of great importance
tat the stuilent be present at the commence
ent of the Session. The Classes are then
rmcd. and a few weeks Alny minay af'et the
anding of the pupil throughout the year.
or Tuition in the Primary Department. 1st Di
vision, per tession..............5 00
' Tuition in the Primary Department,
2nl Division,.................... 7 00
' Tuition in the Aendemic Department, 12 00
' " " Collegiate " 15 00
essons'on the Piano and use of Instrum'nt 18 00
[odern 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
rood Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, washing, fuel,
&e., at (per nmonth).............. 10 00
Pupils entering near the middle or close of
the Scs-ion, are emarged from the time of
trance to the end of the Session. No deduc
in for absence, or other causes, but at the dis
-etion of the Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the
use of each Session.
Books, Stationary and Musie. can be obtained
the Village at reasonable prices.
eV0O.AL DZPAT NT.
The Department of Music is under the super
ion of one of the most accurate and acecom
ishied teachers in the State: and it is believed
at unusual facilities are afforded foir acquiring
thorough knowledge of this difficult science.
addition to regular private lessous, the pupils
this department are divided into classes, and
tght on tile planl of Pestaleizzi.
They devote mueh time to exercises, adapted
train the ear. and the voice, and to impart an
sv andi brilliant execution.
If they pursue the prescribed course of nusi
I instruction. they acquire the art of reading
usie with facility.
They are required to be regular and systemnat
in practising-daily at the Institute.
The tra.ininig anid cultivation of the votee.
eive an unusual degree of attention. The
iee of Eloenttion is here applie.d, in develop
g the voice for singing, with great effeet.
The Institution has beeni almiost weekly visited
a large number of the ladies and gentlemen
our village, who have invariably expressed
c highest degree of satis~faction, at what they
wve heard and seen of the proficiency of the
pils and the arrangenment of the Institute.
id the Trttstee's have only to add in conclu
rn, that whtile in their opintion, there arc miany
stitutions of kearing deservedly popular itn our
late, vet there are none which enn furnish
cateror mtore sublstanatial aidvamtages to votung
adies thtan that undoer the charge of Mir. R Ay
S. F. GOODE,
Ri. T. AlIMS.J
Edgefield C. HI., Dec. 4 1S51. tf 46
lassical and English School,
AT7 AIKEN, S. C.
IIE Subscriber will, with divinie permiis
Nsion, openi a School on Mionday the 12th
.anuary in Aikena, S. C.
The year will be divided itnto two Sessions of
e Mlogths eaceh. The first Session will comn
eiee on the 2nd Miondaiy ini .lanuary, and the
cond on the first Mlonday in .luly.
The Subscriber is prepared to accomamodate
en Boarders-Price of Uoard, $10 a mionlth.
r'ashing and lights ineh.uled.)
Terums of Tuition.
For the Classics.... ... . ... ... .. .10
English.... ............ 2l
Roard can be had in several excellent private
msilies at $10 a month.
FRANCIS C. .JOHINSON.
Jan 10 tf -52
Edgefield Male Academy,
TEACIIER is wanted to take chairge of|
.tEdgefield Miale Academy. The appli
mmust be a TEACHER by PROFESSION;
ne wo has experience in his business, and am
y qualified for preparing young nmen for the
oth Carolina College. To a tman of suotable
unlifations, the place offers manny inducements.
~ddress the Trustees.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
.10TIN BA UbKETT,r
RI. T. MAllS.
Nov 28 tf 45
Wanting a Teaicher
0 take charge ot the Plumb Branch Aca
.Rdemy, situated in Edgetield District.
It is requisite that the rapplicant be a Southern
e.ntlean, prepared to give reference with r'e
ard to morality, &c.-.duly qualified to teach the
anguages, togethier with the various branches
f the English. The A cademy is situated in a
Lealty portion of the District, and will open
*n the 1st Monday in February, undcr the su
crintendance of a Board of Trustees who, with
he view of obtaining a share of patronage, will
educe the Tuition to the lowest rates, and
ledge themselves to give strict attention toward
ie preservation of the morals of students under
heir eare. Board can be obtained coniveniet
o the Academy, at the low rates of $8 per
nonth. For further information address either
if the Trustees, at Cairo Post Office.
WMI.C. ROBERTSON, #
CHARLES FREEMAN, Iga
JAMIsS A. TALBERT, J p
Dec10, 1u tf 47