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Retiring front business, I take this meitliod C
veturning my thanks to-my friends for their libe
patronage, and respectfully recommenil to thei
or Mr. J. R. DELPhI, iny successor in 'busi
who I am pleased to say is a gentleman wor
Any favor conferred upon him itn the way of bt
ess will be duly apprecinted by me. When il
Wnl I shall continue at lte office of Mr. DELPIl
iere I shall always be prepared to render him an;
istance necessary in the busines.
M. W. COLE-MAN.
Hamburg, Sept 6, 1852.
R 3. DELPH,
'ARE-HOUSE A N D COMMISSIO3
HAM1URG. S. C.
AVING taken the bustiness of Mr. M. W
COLEMAS, late of this place. respectfully tenl
rs his services to his friends anld the public gene
Storing and SeItig of Cotton
I otlier produce, RECEIV.ING and FORWA ItD
G Merehandize to the country, and BUYIN(
'PPL.1ES for his customiers.
Ie flatters himself by a strict personal attentioa
he busliss, and a constant eve to the interest u
Customers, to merit and receive a liberal shar
Liberal Cash advances will be made on Pro
e in Store, when requiaed.
ept 8 2m 34
HEREAS. inftration as been reeived
this Department, that in atrocious outrutF
-14 commujitte Ly a Negro fellow, on the person to
Judy of AiJvr*on District, til tie 2-tlh of .1nll
t. and that tte said eittgro hs tmade hois escaipe
Now, be it kntowna. that in o-der that the rnit
egro fellow may be broughit to trial, 1, .loins I
ICAse, Goverir and Commanider-in-Chief in ams
ver the State afo.resaid. -h, isie this, my 'rocia
nation, osfferintg a rewari of TWO HUN DREf
)OLLA RS*3 for his delivery to the Jailor of Ander
The s:id Nevro is a young fellow, not exceedint
3 (or 24 years (of age. five feet six sir eight inche:
tigh. well built, of rather yllowish comiplexiun
-snverses briskly atn sensibly, was wll dressed a
he time with dark csoat andix pai:s, checked shirt
ud wore a cip atd slippers. Ile was a stranger ir
he nmeighborhoisd, att represented himself as :
rick lason fron a ditance, utting work. hi
believed bv certain lersons who sawv him to be :
ellow by the aine 4sf PAT or PAYTERSON, wh,
*as taken from .A udersson District to Alabana sosti
ight years ago, by one William N. Wyatt, wit
fterwards sold him to a trader near Columbus, Ga
'iven un.ler my tatd and tlse seal of the State, thai
the 14th day of Auenst., A. D., one iliousaic
eight hundred and Fiftytwo.
.1. 11. MEANS, [I,. s.]
IrEsi. PNtny, See'y of State.
Sept 8 4t 34
STATE OF SOUrii CAROLINA.
Eliza A. Bell,
vs. Bill for Partition.
Jamens Bell et al.
B Yvi rlue sf ian Ordei- of thte Court of Equi
ty in this c:mse,a I slhall proeced to sell :s
Edgefield Court [Isause, on the first Mlonday ii
October ntext, thse fllowing tracts of land
Tracet No. 1, contasining otne hundred and five
(105) acres, more or less, and called the liom
place-said t ract adcjoininig hads of T:mndy .Mar'
tin and the estate or Mrs. M.arv Carroll.
racte Nto. 2, containing iinety-five (95) acres,
more (or Iess, ad-atdjoiuing- landa of &-""ra^
t rota, the estite df'3Irs. M:iiy Carroll atnd Johtn
Said tracts of hand to be sold on a credit of
twelve motnth. excepst for sot much as will de-.
frtsy thte costs of this suit, wladeh must be pai
Purchasers required to give bonds with at
least two :.pproved snrtiesa for the purchtase
mioney). A. SuIKINS, c. E. E. Dt.
Sept 8, 1852 . t 34
STATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Betnj. Stevetns, Appslicant,
A sa Stevetns an'tis ters,Defls.
1pYVi rtue tof an Order from II. T. WVright
)Esq., Ordina~ry- of Edgefield District, I
will psroiced to sell otn the first Mfonday int Oe-'
tober next, at Edgefield Ciourt Ilouse, a tract of
land belonging~ to the Estate tsr Elizabelth Ste
vecns, dee'di., cottinintg tine hunitdred nere's, iore
or less, situate- otn Little Stevents' Creek, atd
jointing latnd~s of J. S. Smyley, J. C. All'en, Wmn.
Iharris ansd other..
Termts-A Credit of twelve mionthss, except
costs whicht must be paid in cash. 'rTe purchai
Mer to give Botnd anid npplroved secnrity to thte
Ordin~ary to secure thme psurchtase money.
LE WIS JONES, S. E. D).
Sept 3, 4t 34
BY Virtue of ai writ of Fieri Facias, tc
mte directed, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Coutrt (louse, on the first Mlondayv ain
Tuesday in Oct. ttext, the followitng property,
in the foilltowinsg cases, viz:
Seth Butler vs Wmt. Iherbert, one house and
lot in Town of IIntmbnrg, No 144. fronting oni
Cook Street 50 feet anid runnintg b:iek 190 l-2
feet, to Alley-bsunded ton the North by Lot
No 143, Stonth by Tillmani Street, East by Alie
and WVest be Cook Street, upiotn which is a com.
fortable Dwelling and niecessary outbuildings,
now occupied by Mrs. Elerbert.
TermsCaah. LEWIS JONES, s.'E. D.
Sept 8 185 2 ' 4t 31
I lERERY given that apiplicatioln will be mad
toteIAgislature of S. Cartolin~a at its next Sen
sioni, to open, a nsew Rtoad, leaving the A ugusta Rosad.
(v-ia Fury's Ferryy near the residlenc of Thtos
hieKie, Esq., filldiwing the route of the Mtark Rtocl
P'atht, and intersectitg withi Andersstt Mill Rtoxa
near the residence of A. Mlorgan, Esq.
Sept 8 ____ 3m 31
IS s. EREBY givetn that applienimn will be mad
to the Legislature of South Carolinta at its nex1
Session, tom elose so mitteh sof the old Free Fcrry
Rtoad as Is ntot clhsed already by plantations ant
Se~pt 8 3- mS 3.1
L an d for Sale.
r3 IHE Subscriber offers for sale Isis SPLENDIr
.TR ACT OF LAND, lying seven mniles
Nsorth- West of Edgefield C. II., on the waters u
Dun Creek, cont~iaiing three hundred and five
(30.5) acreis, about 100 of whlicht are in cultivation
atmi produces wvell. Thse rem~aindser of thrtiTict, ir
mnostly good Oak andi Ilhickory Wsedjtii.
Tlne: odfsifigRue anid all othei
n~ecessa:ry bibtlinigs on the premises. For terms
&c., apply to the Subscriber at theo place.
Aug23 3t 32
Sugar and Cofiee.
J AMS now" receiving my Spirin~g stock of SUGAJ
asnd COFFEE, cornsisting of a superisir artieli
of Browvn Sugar, Clarified, Crushed and Losnf
Government, Jiaia and Rio Coffee, oif a sutperio
quaty..S. E. BOWERS.
iiamiburg. .\pril 21 I f 14
A LL Ntotes due thec Subscriber, individually o
as Exeontor, are placed ini the Ilansk of Hans
burg. fbr collection. Those indebted will pleas
DreIuba M. Galphsin, wvill ac~t as niy A ttcrney
durin.msy.absenpce fronm the State.
Liberty Hill, S. C.,
- AVE on hand a fme asortmenti of PLAN
TATION BROGANS, and are prepared to
" make to order B O O TS -ad S H O E S of
ever7 kind and variety, at the lowest:MnuucturiFng
They will receive in a few days a full assortment
of FAMILY G ROCEIII IES together with a eltoice
selection of FA31ILY MEDICUNS, all of which
will be offered at the lowest market prices.
Sept 1. tf -33
Bagging, Rope and Tvias,
.50,000 YDS. HlEAVY GUNNY BAGGING
30,000 " Superior Dundee
200 Coils REMP R1P'E,
1,000 Lbs. best TH REE PLY TWINE,
6,000 Lbs. Sweeds, English and Country I ~
Toge.lher with a largo and complete asor ..- of
Hardware, Groceries & Dry Goods,
Which will bosold CHEAPER than ever-before
u - -,l in any Market this side of Charleston.
f Orders fro'm the countiy solicited.
AGNEW, FISHIER & CO.,
Direct Importers of Hardware, &c.
Nvwberry C. II., Sept 1. St 33
H AM BURG, S. C.
N TiJE undersigned havingtaken
Xthe above IHouse, recently occupi
ed bErTRFN'T & S.mi\lf, would
respeetfully inform his friends, aid the travelling
colmhounity generally, that he will lie prepared, ont
and after the 1st of Septeniber, to reeive andl n
commttoodate travellers and regular bjoarders in a
stvle inferior to none in the Sautlerni States.
'Having had the whole premises rencvnted :'nil
repaired, and intenling to devote his undivided
personal attention t., the business, I e flatters hi.;%.
self that nothing shall -he waiting to contribute to
t the comfort and convenience of travelle; s and reg.
ular Boarders. - ISAAC SMIT1l.
fIA ug 27 ]III ' 33
7ru R EG IM ENT, S. C. M. )
No. 3, A ug 30 18N52.
ORDERS, NO. 2.
T Nbed ience to Orders received from Brigadier
Gel. Wtrv. the 7th Reeiutent will m.1semble
at the OLD WFLLS, (on Thurslay the 23d of
September next, for 1rill and Review.
jThe Oieers and Non-Cmmissioned Oricers
will asetnble the day previous fur Drill and n-z
The Lient.-Colonel au1 Majeor are charg-d with
the extension of this Order to their respective Cam
mainds. By or 'er of Col. S. 11ARISON.
S. I. Gawm.s, Adj't.
Sept I 3t 33
II The llanlunrg Republican will copy three
times anel foruard account.
7ri R EG.\I E N T. S. C. M.,
A tucar 28, J8.;2. 5
ORDERS, NO. i.
IN obedience to Orders received from Col. IAR
RisoN, an Elelction will be leld at I'elilel C.
II., o Saturday tIw 18th of September next, for
CAPTAIN of the lro's Creek Beat Compatv, teo
fill the veacney oceasioned be the resignatien or
.ieut. WisE and Serg. Waasta will aet as Man
rgers. JOHN C. L.OVELElSS.
Maj. Uppher lBattalion, 7th R~eg't.
Sept. 1 St 33
7-rut REGI.\IENT', S. C. Mf..
A va car 2., 1852.
O RDE RS, NO. 2.
IT N eebediencc'to orders received from Cee. TIfAn
Iaisos, an Election will be held at Edgefield C.
II., o Saturday, the .18th of Septemtber next, for
CAPTA IN of the Edgeileld 13eat Company, to fill.
the vacaner nowicit exkiftin ini sai Comnpany.
lae'e, an Election for ENSIG . of .the. Edgetield
lieat Company, whiich is ntow vacant.
Serags Mttrsand llo:.AND will act na Mianagers.
.IOlIN C. l.OVELESS,
Mlaj. L'pper lBattalion, 7th lieg't.
Sep1 3c 33
2sn 1RE01.\ENT CAV'A .R Y,
Ltta ry UL.L, A ugust 27th, 1852-.
O RD ER S, NO. -2.
. CCORDIING to orders fronm Brig. Glen. Gev
I .-rosthe 2nd Regiment of Cavatlry~ will ap
pear, for Review ande D~rill, at Longmnires, on'h
18th September next.
The Cetomission~ed antd non-Comm~issiont Offieers,
w~ll assemble on the- day previous for Itrill ande lit
On the' day of Review the Capetains of Comp1a
nies-will he required to mnake a full and -comoplete
return of the Strength, Arms, &c., of their res
The .ieut.-Coelenel ande Meajor are charged wvith
the extension of this order..
By order ef .10IIN F. T.\L~BKitT,
Coel. 2nd Regaiment Cavalry.
Jastms 1.aInaar, Aedj't.
Sept. t 3t .33
If A bheville Uanner will copy twice atnd for
ward accounit to this office.
P RO0F. . C. BA R RY'S
OR MEDICATED COMPOUND.
I N FALLI BLE for rentewin g, invigorating antd
beautifying the H All, removinig the Seurf,
Datnedruf', and all affectiotns of te Scalp, ande curing
eruptions ont the Skini, diseases of the Glands, must
eles andi integutments, and relievinig Stings, Cuts,
Brutises, Sprains, &c. With this preparationi
" there is no suceh word as. fail.' ' Te first. jour
nials in A merica, medicinal men of the highest emi
Inence, pretminettt citizens of aill proifessions. ane Ia
dlies who have used it for years in thteir dressinig
rooms and nutrseries, admtit with oneo accord, that
foer imptarting vigor, gloss, luxurtance and curl te
the hair, eradieatintg seurf antd dandruff; htealing
woutnds, curing contusionas, sprains. stittgs, &c.,
and relievitng diseases 0f the skin, thec glands anid
thte muscles. it has-no equal, nmong the miultitude
o (f cemploundes advertised in the peublic' prits, or
used in pt'ivate practice..
In che'apness as well as effiency, Thnrry's Tri
eeetous is untrivalled. Thte immense casht sales
ofr the article have enabeled the TItventor to sup~ply
it at retail, at 25 eents per botth., which is from 50
to 100 leer cent. less than the price of any other
preparation for the hair now in use. Thc scientific
treatise otn thte ha~ir and the skitt, (embracing valu
able directieons foer the culture and preserv'ation oif
Nature's cheoicest ortnament.) in whticht each bottle
is etteloesed, is alone wortht the mnoney.
Seold. int large bottles, price 25 cents, at thte prin
eipal office, 137 Broadwaty, New-York :attd by
the principal Merchtants and Druggists throutghot
the United States and Canada, ande bty
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Sept1 a 33
State of South Carolina,
B H. T. WRIGHT, Esq. Ordinary of Edge
r ied istrict.
Whetrens .T. A. Bhand has applied to me for
Letters of Adnmintration, on all and singular
Sthe goods aend chattels. rightsa attd credits of
Stanmnore Holstein, late of' theo District afore
Thten are, thterefor-e, to cite and admtonish .'ll
and sittgula r, thme kindred andr creditors of thte
snid decen~sed, to bie nttd appear before me, tt
otur next Ordinary's Coutrt for theo said Distriet,
to he hoelden at Ecdeefield C. Hlouse, on the 13th
day of September next, to show ennwe, if atny,
why 'ttesaid adminimtstration aboutld tnt be
Given under my hand and acal, this the 30th
rday of Aueust itt thte v'enr of oner Lord one
thousand eight hutndred' and fifty-two, nnd itt
the sevety-seventh year of Amerienen Indep'en
dence. H. Tr. WVRIGHT, O. E. D.
r ept - 2t 33
I MMEDIA TELY. a good C.\RRT AGE SMITII
,. and a good WIIEEL RIGilT, to whom edn
stant work amd excellent wages will be glvett.
A . tW.SH N ErLL.
Aug.11. if 30
FOR THE ADvaTIsERt.
MEsss EDITORs:-Alow us to nominate through
the medium of your paper, Col. SAMUEL MCGOWEN,
for the office of-Major General, as a worthy succes
sor- of our esteened fellow citizen, Gen. M. L.
Having known'Cdt1 fcGowN for se'eraI years,
we ean eonfidently reeommen him to our bi-other
officers a a rentleman of high attainments, and from
his lofig expeivenee in military affairs in Mexico, as
well as in the militia in our State, as eminently fitted
to fill the high office of Aajor General.
Cot McGowEN ii one or thacldest Officers in our
Brigade and jkrhaps'in our Diviu'n, and believing
his clainms are at least equal .to any other Colonel
we earnestly recommend him to the support of our
MA FFicERS OF EDUEFIELD.
- ahuthorized to announce Col. E. P.
JONES, of the 3rd Regiment, a Candidate for
Major-Ceneral, in place of Gen. M. L. BoNas,
In presenting myself to my Brother Officers of
the Division. as a Candidate for Maijor-General, I
feel assured thai't I laive not aspired to this haigh
position in the Militia of the State, without some
shialow (if claim to their confidence and support.
I hia:e fur more than sixtcen years been in Com
uissiona, and since March 1849, as Colonel of the
3d Regiment. During'all this time ny position has
been in the line. For my ebaracter and qualifica
tions as an Officer, I refer with entire cot.lidence to
Adjt. ;en. CANrEY, Maj. Gen. BoNn. and Brig.
I publisl this Cardl as it will be impossible for me
tou canvass the Division before the election.
I am with great reFpect, "ke.,
E. P. JONES.
SIX.PSON & GIRDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
E Uaulersignedl coetinue the WAREHO USE
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in Judge Starnes' Fire PrNof Ware
louse, on M.\eltosh-Street, un-ler the name and
Atyle of SIMPSON & GA RIDIN ER.
In tondering to our friends, and the )ublic gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extended,
we take this nictlaod of assuring all, that no effort
on our part will be wanting to advatice the interests
of those woo may confide their business to us.
Orders for Hagging. RUpe and Family Supplies,
promptly filled at the lowest market rates.
Cash advances amade on produce in Storo when
J. R1. SIMPSON,
J. T. GARDLNEI.
A ugusta, A ut 25 ' Gma 32
AT TlE )OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S & E. 71. GILBERT continue the
K. CA h!RIAUE BUhlN ESS at the above stand.
Nos 35 and 40. Wentworth Street. where they will
be pileased to exhibit to their old friends and cus
toaaaers a verv
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
eniprising those of their own ananufictuare together
various .tier styles utually fuid in this market.
Their long neaqiintauace with this inarket as
Mtanufacturersn .andl I)ealers will etaable theimt to
orTer great inducecents to purchasers both in styles
A ug 25 - f 32
.BRIN~DLEY & ROSAN~OND,
HIAMBURIG, S. C.
W OULD in - '' - . ..f their friends
andl the p'
'enliedl for by tI..
the pu'bice to,.
thenriselves .f .
chasng. arnd their willitn ness to work- for SMALL;
PROFI'TS, of being able to ofier atneb indueeants
ras will intsurae a continiuance of that liberal patron
age haeretofoare bestowed.
The maost liberal parices .will at all times be paid
for COTTON and other prodruce.
Orders for all gaod s in their line will be promptly .
and saitisfactorily executed.
Ilamaburag, A ug 20 4 t 32
l:'KIIEADn, JeLLY 19, 1852.
ORD E R. NO
r j lIE lBRI(;ADIET: GENElRALS or Officers
. comnmailirig Brigades of the 1st h)ivisiona II
Sotuth Canroliaaa Mlilitia, will order un election to bea
haeld in-their respective Brigades on Mlonday, thea
-.7th ofSeptemaber naext, for a MAJOR G ENER AL t
to fall the vaciaicy oceat-ioned by the resignation of
thle Mlajor General, bl. L. Bosa..
Rteturans of the-rsult of the said election are re
quired inmmediately thaereaafter accordinig to law. 'l
By order of the Comanaarder-ina-Chnief.
J. WV. CANTEY,
Adj uttant ad I rspector Generaml.r
flT All the paapers in the Division will publish 11
this ordler until the election is over.
Aungust 25 5t 32
*7-rn R EGIMt ENT. S. C. M. t
K o. 3, A UG. 19, 1852. j
O RD ERS, NO. I.a
IN Pursutance of orders received froma Brigadier
IGecnermdlJ. R. Wveng, there will be an ehectionr
ihld at the Old Wells, on Mlonday tire 27th of
Septembetr next, for MA.JOJR G ENKER AL, to fill
vacancy occasioned by tire resignation of Major
General 31. L. BoxNn.
Licent. Coloniel SniAW and Major LOvELESs, arc
hereby appointed blanagers.
STEW A RI) HARRISON,
Colonecl 7th Rleg'nt, S. C. M.I
S. B. GnrPFIN, Adjt.
August 25 5t t2
Read -Quar ters,(
2sn RCEGIM\ENT CAVA LRY,
Linctt-rr HaLL, A ugust 12, 1852. j*
ORDERS, NO. I..
IN obedience of Orders from the Commander-in
ICief, an election will be heldh oni the 27th of
Sep~teamber next, for~ MA-JOR GENERA IL of the
First Divi.<ion, S. C. M., to fill the vacancy ocea
siaoned 4by thec resignation of Slaj. Gen. M. L.
Lieut. Col. A. P. Butler and Maj. -T. C. Martina
are hereby appointed Mlanagers, arnd tare required
to opent and hould a poll at Lonagrmire's otn the day a
above named, front 11 o'clock. A. M., to 3 o'clock,
P'. M., coit the'votes, and forthtwith trainsmit t"at
Urig. General G. W. Gutytona, a statemient in wri
tinag, shaowing the result of said pull.a
JOH N F. TA LBERT,
Colonel 2ndr Regiment Cavalry.
A ug 25 St 32
57 The A bbeville Banner will please give thte
above tharee inisertionrs arid forward -account to this
I S Hereby givetn, that application will be made to
tire Legislature of South Caralitna at its next
Session, for a Charter for thre Odd Fellows and Ma
sonic Builinag Association.
August 25 3 3m-'
4N exeellent Road Waggon, six pair New liar
.ness, toagether with Strechera', Fifth Chain and
Cove'r. The Ilarntess will be sold ciaher with the
wagguan or separately. For te'rms apply to- John
iet, or the Subsoriber at the " sp~aann Hotel."
J. B. J ARMlAN.
A ug25 tf ~'-42
-I esn Notice.
A LLPeronsindebtedl. to the Subscriber up to
Athe las of Janaiay last, inust imake payinent
previous to return day, to avoid neast.
Aug 22 ~4t 32
Peach Brandy...- .
A STPERIOR article-pf PE~ACtL BRANDY,
~Ijust the thing for-putipng up Pecaches. For sale
by HIOLLINGwWORTH[ & N!CHO LAS.
Au ... i nfr 31.
COFFIN & FKWR
FACTORS ANT :?OMMISI
No. 13 Afters- qOrt _7 :
- CilARLESTON S - -
GEo. 'M. COFF,
JAS. R. PalGLE. .
Sept1: - n 3 :
FOURTII SESSIQN OF-.T.H EDGEFIELI
Rev. C. A. RA lI;6 i..Edi i
lION. N. L. GRIFFIN. I DR. I M1f-lM,
EDMUND PENN, i s. P.GOODE.
KUMBER OF PUILS-rAB 5gssq t raS3VE-r-Eron-r
l'HIE NEXT SESSION,wicommme~wingn Mon.
day the 13thof Septelber. YtisUfthe great.
-st importance that each PujLil should be .prcsent a
lie commenenient'o'theeson .
Additions have been Inade toheln'Istitute build.
ngs olnring the past year. 'These dontaitri -sever
"mtdill)1iousi and well finishcd-oloms, all or whicl
tave been built, and are used foz:-urposes of In
This Institution is furnighti with A.Philosophica
Apparatus, a 'Chemical Apparatus, a Cabinet o
Shells, a Collection of Dirds, a Cabinet of Mine
'als, a Colleetiimn (if ReptilesFishls ita Animals,
5et of Anatomical Charts; -a liarAf and very fine
ollvetion of Maps, Globes.: Bltkboarda, Pianos
md every thing yvhich is necessary for- most thor.
iugh instruction. It is said to be the best furnished
nstitute for Young Ladies in lie State.
The Academic year is divided into three Session
f fourteen weeks each. Theflrsi Session'will al.
rava commence on or near thel5th of.September.
rh'e second Session, the 9tli 'niaurf und the
bird the 20th of April. WitV ilie exception of the
biristmas holidays there is bnroht vaehitin during
le year, and this occurs in Aguitsnd-September,
F'or Tuition in the Primary Department, lst Divi
sion, per Session of fourten . weeks... $5 oi
Fur Tuition inl Primary Deptnm'ht, 2d Div'iA 7 00
t " A:demic " .....12 00
" " Collegiate -" ....15 00
"essons ol the Iiano, and use ofustrument 18 00
iludern Languages, each................ 8 00.
)rawing and Sketching from. Nature...... 8 0o
'lainting inl Oils,.Portrait and.Lagdseape....15 00
's. if Apparatus.... .... .............. 2 00
ue! .i.nd care of Buildings.... ......... 50
Good Boarding catn be obtaihi.Jin tile Village in.
luding lights, washing, fuel, &e.htt S10 per month.
Pupils entering .near. the-middle or close of'the
Cession, are charged from theime of entrance to
lie end of the Session. No deduction is made for
bsence, or other causes, but at-the discretion of the
All bills for Tuition, &e., arie payable at the close
if each -Session.
Books, Stationary and Music, can be obtained in
lie Village at reasonable prices.
The department of Musiejs 4nder the .supervi
*on of most actrate and acomplished teachers;
nd it is believed that untusal faeflities are' af'orded
ur acquiring a thorough knidtldge'of thi difficult
cience. In addition to regularrivatc lcseons, the
upils in this department are 'divided into classes,
nd taught on the plan of Pestalozzi.
They devote nuch tine to e6r'eises, adapted to
mil the ear, and the voice, aidto impart an easy
md brilliant execution. : - -
If they pursue the prescribe.5eourse of musical
nistruc'tioil. they acquire tie unr of reading music
They are required to be re lar. and systematic
n practising daiy at the Insbtlil tl
The training attd eultivation Ofthte voie' receivc
n unttsual degLree of- attentinw:-The' science ol
-Joeuttioni is here applied,-.in-deieoping the voice
ir singing, with great eflcot.d6 -
Pupils from Chartlestfn, mndrtke- lower. Distriets,
atn reach Edggeield by..tlie. , which l.upvea
L 'lll Subhseriber residinig atj'easant Grove,
..wisig to travel and live an re eaylir will
ell on reatonable ternm, all his , , s, divided into
liree Tracts. . .p .
No 1. Pleasant Grove Traoteontaiig 870
eres, situated four miles West 4 'old. Pickensville,
'ikens District, S. C.-, which isuite a desirable
nud vauable plac-oe amongstiljfhebalthiest and
iout beautiful aituations- in thie' striet or~ State,
uite a public place, anid arq exee ~sttand for Mer
antile ior atny other business. Tb are now on
lie pretmises in full operatiosy a Ssaad Grist.Mill,
tnd four good Shoals on trio samEdstream. Also,
voGldl .\iies, a choice young orkhard of A pple,
'ehl. P'ear. Cherry Trees, &c. On, this Tract is
good deali of linec bottom land in initivation. Also,
n excellent Dwelling hlopse, Kit in,pnd besides
le bMills, a Distillery and all othg nieessary out
:ildings. . .*
Tract No. 2, ernsists of the fluid. H. Roggs'
'ell kiiown stand, containing-209 a'res, adjainting
'ract No I. ' -,i
Tract No 3, contains 220 acres,A'most of it ill
rood, with, a good D)welling and alf other necessa
y out buildings oan it-a beautiful situation, a public
lat~e atnd a fresh little farmt opened..
The thtree Tracts lie well, arc healthy; well water
d andl have a good deal of wood.'Jand, with finec
mber &c. Also - n>
Thirteen Likely Younf'Negroes,
inst of thenm boys, Ujorses, Waggous, eStock of al
inds, all the Crop. Smiths, Carpenters and Farm
ig Tools, some Chtoice Peach Branidy, 600 gallons
ood Whiskey, Bacon, lArd,- Stills and -Stands,
mitnselold and Kite-Iron Furniture.
P'ersons wishinlgto buy would doswell to give mec s
all at hmome, as I ams determained to-sell all of the
ove named property emn reasonable terms.
July 28 3m 28
Taluable Plantation -for Sale,
'I IAT Valuable PLANTATION, abotit eigt
.miles from lIhamburg, known as the Cherokcc
'onid lantation, formerly owned b. Dr.Garo.16Ct
It contains about- sdven hundred and eighty-eighi
788) acres, 250 of which arc clearedi the balancec
:well wooded, consisting of Black Jack, Ihiekory
md Pine. It possesses superior advantages as x
ublic house, it bcing as long established.stamtd, atnd
ituated at the junction of the. Five Notch ,Martiri
'ewtn Brancht Plank Road and .\aini Trunk of the
aimburg atnd Edgefield Plank Road, aid about
ile beow the junctioni of the Pi4 Hlonse and
lge'ield Roads. The Checrokee Pond Race Coursc
Son the place, anid is one of the best trairiing Turfs
n thme IUnited States.
On thme place are two TWO STORY DWEL'
.NG IIOUSES, with all necessary outbuildings:
o situated that the place can be divihed iato twc
hmttationis, with suitable buildings on each plan.
The Plank Road passing thtrough thelanls, offera
rentt facilities for hatuling wood to llamburg' uni
augusta-to any one disposed' to engage -in thla
msiniess, ai rare ehantce is offered. . To an approvei
mrehaser it will be sold on a credit.ofEthree or fily
'ars. A pply to
II. A. KENRTIC, Presidjnt,.
Hamburg atid Edgefield? AContpany.
Tlamburg, A ug 20 t' 32
Land aund Negroes for Sale,
' ill E Subscriber wishting to move to the Wes
..offeirs fot' sale his Plantation .lylng.'orrthe wa
ers of Big Creek, Edgefield District, contininl
nr hundred (-400) acres of Land, one hundred a
ehicht ato inna high state of etnltivatio~n. The re
nainder is mnostly'-wed On..~ the premises is
gooid Dwelling Ilouse, and all n~e ray out-build
TEN LIKELY NEGRCEb,
t ock of Cattle and Hogs, fouir Young Iuhb, la
Also, if desired, the-present yeirs Ci-ol ofCoi
mtd Cottin. . . - -
To an dipproved purchaser a great bargain-ill- b
iven. For tornis apply to. the Subscriber on t
remises. - ...Jp.UINSON LO WRY.
--N. B.-AlI persons indeb.y to -tho Subscribe
tre earnestly requested. to 'mnako payment befor
etrn 'day. . -: . 3'
Aug 25 . 3mn* . 2
O.'NE-THIOUSAND DOLLARS, oriifortga~
'1of Real Estate. A pply to the Advertise
rffice. B. C.
May o2G ~ 20:
.WARDLAW 8k WALKER,
. I"ACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston
CossiON1s FOIL SELLING CoTroN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T HE Subscriber having formed a Co-Partnershi
with Mr. W. A. WARDLAW, of Charlestoni
formerly of Abbeville, S. C., for the purpose of do
ing a GENERAL FACTOR AGE and COMMlIS
SION BUSINESS, avails- himself of the presen
opportunity, of roturning his sincere thanks to hi
numerous friends for the liberal patt onage bestowe<
for a number of years past,-and in moving, tender
the aervices of the new concern of WARDLAA
& WALKER, Chairleston, where he hopes many
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interes
to ship their produce.
. The recent arrangements of tho South Carolin
Rail Road Company will enable them soon to havy
a-Depot 'n the. city or Augusta, thereby save the
expense of Tall, and very greatly facilitate -the for
warding of produce of any kind. Mr. JonN C
REEs, Agent of W. & W., in Augusta. will atteni
to the forwarding of all produce that their friendi
may feel disposed to send them, free of charge
save drayage. G. WALKER.
A ugusta, July 19, 1852. tf 29
Bargains in Fine Dress Goods
W ILL sell for the balance of the Summer thei
splendid Stock of Ladies' DRESS GOODS
at New York cost, consisting of rich SILKS, BA
.REGES, TISSUES, Sewing SILKS, French M US
LibiS, GINGHAMS and CA LICOES. The Goodi
having been purchased in the closest manner fei
caish,.great bargains may be expected.
Aug 4 if 29
. NEGRO CLOTHS,
At Manufacturers' Prices!
SNOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, On., havi
j.ust received a very large supply of N EG RU
CLOEils, among which are several Styles froni
the inanufactory of F. & H. Fries, or North Caro.
lina, of superior style,. and made of good domestic
Wool,=an article greatly superior for wear to thost
made of the coarse imported wools.
A fill supply of William Schley's ani Geo Schley"
Negro KEIISEYS, of their various styles, and
Cotton OSNABURGS, of the Augusta, Madison
Richmond and High Shoals nanufactories.
-STIUTINGS and SHEETINGS of the Augustr
Manufacturing Company. They will also receivt
in a few days, a full supply of Plain and Twilled
Negro KERSEYS, the first of a superior article
from the Augusta Manufacturing Company, and all
of which they will sell at the manufacturers' prices,
0- Planters and Country Merchants are respect
fully invited to cil and examine the assortment.
August 3 tf 29
T HAT valuable PLANTATION, lying on Rich
iland Creek, near Mount Willing, in Edgeficl
One Thousand and Sixty Acres,
belonging to Mrs. Sophia and M. L. Bonham.
There are on the place two good settlements
(having each a good two Story Dwelling with other
ccessary out buildings' a Gin House, Gin and
Screw, and a well of good water.
Richland Creek ~runs through the tract. giving tr
it 75 or 100 acres of low ground.-A bout 400
aeres. are under good fence and- in a high stak
of cultivation, and near half of the whole tract is
well timbered with Oak and Pine. It is 22 mile
from the Rail Road at Newberry Court House.
This place will be sold in three traets if desired.
Any two of them can be purchased. Plats may be
seen of the whiole Tract as well as of the several
Tracts on the premises.' They are divided as fol
lows :-The Wilson Tract San -en - Tl. -
.1. of Land, containing Two hundred and thirty
four (234) acres, lying oni both ides of Beael
Creek, near the Colutmbia Road, and adjoining landi
oc Capt. R. Ward, .James McCarty and others.
.On the Tract is a good D)welling House, Kitchen
Smoke-house, and all othier necessary out-bu'rldings
with an excellent well of water.
--One hundred and twenty-five acres of the abov<
trae't are~ cleared-nearly all fresh land, and un
der good fences. This Land is. well adapted to ;lnt
eghivation of. Cotton, Coirn and Crain..
.Said Traet-can be t:raded for oni good terms, be
tween now- and the last of October, but if not dis
posed of by that time, will be sold, at public outer'y
at Edgefield' Court House, on the first Moany ii
Novenmber next. JOUN A MACKER.
Ridge, A pril 15 Gma 13
Extra Fine Liquors.
03~ DOZ. John Gibson, Sou''& Co. old Nectai
40 BibIs hi's Old Eagle and superior Monon
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tenerifl
and lalaga Wine,
Jamaica Rumn, Holland Gin', (in Cordial. Lemo,
Syrup, Cherry Brandy 'and all kinds of Lignors
urmally kept in Family Grocery Stores, anid will be
warranted genuine, and of direct importation.
S. E. BO WER.S
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
Land for Sale.
Tl H E Subscriber offers for sale the lands belong
king to the Estate of Joseph Moore, deceased
One Tract containing about seventy-seven acres
adjoining lands of James Rainsford, S. Charistic
One other Tract containing five and a half aeres
adjoining- lands of Dr. E. J. Mimzs, Mrs. L. T1
Moore and others.
The above Lands lies near the Village andr
portion of it is well timbered and can be purchasc
at p~rivate sale on liberal ternms.
E, PEN Ex'or,
Feb 12 t( 4
- - ~Notice
Is HEREUY GIVEN, that application will b
m.nade at the Session of the next Legislature f'o
an Act of incorporation for the Bethlehami Chorel
Camp G round in Edgetield District.
June 26 tf 24
r HEU children of Zilpha Noble, dec'd, are hereb:
.notitied to nmake application to the subscribel
for their interest in her penusin claim.
F. O'CONNiOR, Adm'r.
June 30 3m 2
LL persons indcbted-to the estate of Henry F
A kreeman, dee'dl., will come forward iume
diately and make payment and those having de
mands will reader thenm in property attested.
J. II. JEMNINGS, Ex'or.
Jan 0. ly 51
IS hereby given that application will ho ninde
.the next Session of the Legislaturo, to ineorpom
rate Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, in Edgefieli
July 28 tf 28
Turnip Seed !
TUST received from Philadelphia a supply
~Rutabamga, Glo and Large aorlulk T Ul RSil
SEED, for sate by G. L. PEN N, AGENT.
July-2L___.__. -. *f 27
JUST Receiving a freshi supply of Pickles, Pri
Userves, Sardemts, Lobsters, Salmon, . Citror
-Itaisins;'P 'un.s, Essences for Cooking Fresh .Mhm
-' tard &c. S- B- BOW El6.
LJuaburg -Apri 17 - tf 16
F'OR sale by the Barrel at 25.. Cents per Galloi
.3 lOLbIgG.WRH & MIOLAS.
June17 . ,,: tf . 22
A LARGE stock of Choice BlAGON SIDB
r SHOULDRS, H AMS, and L A RD, fr
sale by S. E. BOWERS.
Ha...urg., Api 2F~ t1f ,r
FOR A GENERAL FACTORAGE AND
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AIR. JOSEPH 11. WHITE havin; retired
from the firm of CHAMBERS & I rrE, we
b.ve this day associated ourselves togethef for tle
purpose of continuing the'
Factorage and Commission Business,
in this City, under the firm of CHAMBERS, JEF
FFRS & Co.
From the long experience of JAMES S. CHAM
t BERS, the senior partner of the old firm, and that
i of HENRY L. JEFFERS, the senior partner -of
I the House of JEFFERs, COTInAN & Co., Hamburg,
S. C., with that of SILAS STUBBS, who has been
engaged for some years in the Mercantile Business
in larion S. C., and also that of JOHN B.
WYNNE, who has also been engaged for some
years in the same business in Andeison, S. C.,
flatter ourselves that we will be able to do ample
justice to our patrons, each of us do most respect
fully solicit the good will and influence of our res
pective friends, and pledge ourselves, that no effort
on our part will be wanting to please those who
favor us with their business.
We are prepared to make reasonable advances
on all shipments of Produce, Manufacturies, &c.
We are also prepared to make advances on ship
ments of Cotton, Rice, Turpentine, &c., to either
Domestic or Foreign Ports, having .business ar
rangements with good Houses at the principal ports,
with whom we are in constant correspondence, and
are kept advised of all changes that take place,
either in Foreign or Domestie Mlarkets, and will
take great pleasure in giving such information to
our friends and patrons.
We will be pleased to receive orders for supplies,
such as Bagging, Rope, Twine, Salt, Sugar, Coffee,
&c., &e., all of which will be carefully selected at
the lowest market pricem.
Tendering our services, we are respectfully,
JAMES S. CIIAAlBERS,
JlKNRY L. JEFFERS,
-JOllN B. WYNNE.
Charleston. Aug 2, lSr12. 5t 31
A. P. STOVALL, WAREHOUSE &
le. CO.1MaISSION MERCHA NT, Augusta,
Ga., would respectfully inform his old patrons, and
the public generally, that he has leased, for a term
of years, the New and Extensive
Fire Proof Ware-House,
situated on Jackson Street, betwe' i the Rail Road
Depot and Broad-street, near the Globe Hotel, for
merly occupied by Walker & Dryson, and more re
cently by G. Walker & Son.
The location is an excellent one, being convenient
to the Rail Roads, Hotels, Banks and chief business
H ouses of tihe city.
Having every facility for business, and the dispo
sitiun to extend every accommodation to his custo
mers. with a long acquaintance with the interests of
the planter, he hopes he may have, not only a con
tinuance, but an increase of the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to him.
Orders for Family Supplies, Bagging, &e, prompt
ly and carefully filled at the lowest market prices.
H AVING transferred the lease on the Ware
House lately occupied by us to Mr. M. P.
STOVALL, in consequence of our removal to Char
lestpn, we take great pleasure in recommending
hin to our friends.
G. WALKER & SON.
Augusta, July 1, 1852. 8t" 28
Builders and Contractors!
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received until
the 15th of September, for -the erection and
completion of a THREE STORY BRICK BUILD
ING, 55 by 6-2 feet-the Brick being found. The
lower story 12 feet in the clear, to compirise two
Stores with Counting Rooms in the rear with a Pas
sage between. The Second Story, 15 feet in thie
clear, to comprise onme 1-,-- K t' 52 in the
- - -rooms, for
- llars 8 feet
. .-uth Caroll.
- 'ted to copy
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale,
rpU'lE Subscriber intending to move from the
.1. S'tate, offers for sale his MILLS. on Shaw's
Creek, about tent miles from Edgenield, Aiken and
Tihe Traot contains Twenty-two hundred (2200)
acres, with a sutficient water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory. On the premnises are all neces
sary improvoments-framon builditngs, orchards, &c.
Any information given by applying to thme Sub
scriber on thme premises, or by letter addressed to
him at Edgenield C. IH.
JOS. A. ADDISON.
Aug41 tf 29
Edgefield Male Academy,
A TEA Ci1ER is wanted to take charge of the
Edgefield Mlale Academy. The applicant
must be a TEACH.ER by PROlFESSION; one
who has experience inm his business,and amply qual
ilied for preparing young men for the South Caroli
na College. To a tman of suitable qualifications,
the place olyers tmany inducements.
Address the Trustees.
N. L. GRIFFIN, t
JO11N LIPSCOM1B, - .
JOllN BAUS'KETT, r
R. T. hIINIS. .J
Nov 28 tf 45
'GO HDS. Choice BACON STDES.
UU24 Tierees Sugar Cured IIAMIS, of supe.
rior quality for sale by
T. N. POULL AIN & SON.
Augusata, A ug 3 6it 29)
ST Teas ! Teas !
JUS received a choice lot of TEA S, from thc
JPh iladelphmia Teca Conmpany of a superior quality.
Iwarranted or no sale. Ilyson, Gunpowder, Imperial
and Black of every description, put up in snmall
packrages, for family use. For salo by
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
- LL Persons indebted to the estate of Ellingtor
A. Clark, dee'dl., are hereby notified to make im
mediate payment, and those having demands against
said estate will present thema properly attested.
-July 7 t f 25
TUST received a supply of Fresh Turnip Seed of
tisuperior quality. For sale by
110LLIN'GSWORTHT & NICIIOL AS.
June 30 .___ tf 24
U ST reneived a superior Lot of SIDES,
lS HOULD E RS and H AMS. For sale by
HIOLLINGSWORTII & NICHIOL AS.
June 17 tf 22
r IE Subscriber has a large quantity of LUM
IIBER of dityerent sorts, for sale at his residence,
N. L. GRIFFIN.
1 "fI -tf 27
-' OlITRE, for the present year, a good Cooll
.LWasher and I roner. Wages paid monthly,
desired. Enquire at this Office.
ataelh ::5 tf 10
Extra Fine Chewing.
TUST received a few Boxes of EXTRA FIN]
L..I J3LG TOBACCO, the celebrated " Cal
houn Brand," manufactured expressly for the Sub
scriber. tG. L. PENN, AGENT.
A ug 18 tf 31
Molasses and '%frxps.
-TOW Receiving a large. Stock choice Cuba MO
JLASSES, and Georgia and New -Orlear
SYRUPS. S. E. BOWERS.
Unhmburg, A pril 21 tf 14
Ad iisrto' Notice.
IH-ll. dee'.d., are requested to miako paymet
Sand those having detmands against the sanne to pr<
> sent them properly attested to the subscriber.
WMI. J. WALKER, Adm'r
Pair Ifene made Rlantation
- BROGAS I
HARNESS,.#0LE A NPER LEAThERL
* UNE COTS$AD SHOIK
OF ALL Dh5aC5DT1QNU.
Tanners, Neats Foot 1and -Lamp Oft
SHOEMAKERS' FINDiNGS. -
At the Shoe Store, next door toSullivan'&%rothe.
R. T. MIMS.
July 21 tf 27
. THE Friends of .Col. F. W. PICKENS'
beg leave to present him to the people of Edge
field, and of the Districts wich may be -thrown
with us by the new apportionment, as an emi
nently suitable person to represent us in the
Congress of the United States. Mr. .BuRT
having positively declined a'.re-election, it bo
comes our duty to select his successor with.
care; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. PiCKENS shoul
be again called into requisition upon. the-very
floor where he has hitherto ..served us so effi
ciently. It is perhaps proper to add,. on our
part, that this announcement is tendered.with
out Col. P's knowledge or desire, and with'no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
gHi THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him na a candidate- to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next.
Congress, Mr. BURT having positively declined
This nomination, like another which appears
in this paper, was made by the friends-of Capt.
.B. purely of their own accord, without reference,
to his wiehes on the subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling public opinion
n his favor against any individual.
8 ACRES of superior Pickens Lands ly
U 4ing on the waters of Georgia's Creek
and Sailuda river.
Tract No 1, which has long been noted as one
of the best upland places in the District, consists of
1208* acres, 748 of which are superior
Oak and. Hickory Wood Lands.
The larger portion of the remaining 460 acres is
in cultivation, and under good fence. There are
80 acres of Creek Bottoms. Upon the pla'e Is a
Good Dwelling House,
and all other necessary out-buildings. From.the
dwelling there is a fine mountain view. This treet
is situated on a new road to be opened in August
next, by order of the Legislature, from Greenville
C. 11. to Pickens C. H., by Pickensville,- and 5j
miles from the Depot at Greenville C. H. -This
tract will be sold in one or three tracts to suit pur
Tract No 2 consists of 622 acres, one half of
which is SUPERIOR WOOD LANDS. On this
place is a Good Dwelling, and a Fine Spring with
in 30 yards of the door. This place is situated on.:
the main road from Greenville to Pendleton, 71
from Greenville C. H.
Terms made to suit purchasers.. For further par
ticulars.apply to S. A. Easley on the premises, or
W. K. Easley, Greenville C. H.
SAMUEL A. EASLEY.
July 14 tf 26
iDT The Edgefield Advertiser, Abbeville Banner
Newberry Sentinel and Unionville: Journal- will'
copy until ordered out.-Grenville-Mountaineer.
- For Sale.
- acres, one and ahalf miles from.dgt&o.
the Columbia Road. 'Theraare oRthe -eawel
of -odwater ad allieceqar outbuild-igs fra a
Theal fa ily' si45
the purchase mnoef~cisi sa~'
i amidite ,esse inidgre n eit femes
Feb 3 , . tf. - 4d
Laind yfor Sale!
T HE Subscriber wishing to change his business
offers his land for sale situated in Edgeifield?
District, six miles below Liberty Hill. The Land is
in two tracts-one containdng eight hundred -aeres,
the other four hundred and fifty acres.
I will sell said lands separately or together as may
best suit the purchaser. The above places are well
improved amid will well reward the celtivator if judi
The Terms will be made easy to a punctual pur
chaser. - also have some LIK ELY YOUNG
NEG ROES for'sale. Among the number is. a first
t-ate IHouse Carpenter. Any person wishing to.
purchase can procure a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber on the premises.
June 30 tf 24
State or South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
The Bank of Hamburg,S. C ,
William B. Brannon.
T H E Plaintiff in the above ease having this day
filed his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fendant having neither wife nor Attorney known-to
reside-.within the limits of this State, on whom a
coipy of said declaration with a Rule to plead can be
served : .On motion of Mr. BAvs-r-r Attorney
for Plaintiff,: Ordered That said Defenlant appeat
and ph-ad to said declaration within a year and
a~ day from the date hereof, or in default thereof'
judgment will be rendered against him.
THJOS. G.' BA CON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Office, March 8. 1852.
March 11 ly
State of South Carolina,
LN CO.UMON PL EAS.
Silas Lilienthal, Dc.i tahet
HIEP Plaitiff in thme above case having this day
Ifiled his Deelaration in my Office, and the De
fendant having neither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside within the limits of this State on whom a
copy of said Declaration with a rule to plead . can
be served, On motion of Mr. MoRAGNE, Attorney
for Plaintiff: Ordered that said Defendant appeal
and plead to said Declarations within a year and-s
day from, the date heireof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
THOS. G. BACON, C.EB.D.
Clerk's Ofilee, Juno 1, 1852. ly 20
LL tose Notice.
A LLtoeindebted to the estate of Nathan
A.Norris, dee'd., are requested to make payment
forthwith, and those having demands will please
present thcem immediately properly attested accord
ing to law. N. A. NORRIS, Adm'x.
March 4 6m 7
LL~ persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
ACollins, dee'd., are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having demands against
-the same to present them properly attested.
J. A. COLLLN-, Adm'r.
Oct. 30 tf 41
A LL those indebted to the estate af C~. -W.
t).Cochran, dee'd., are requested to maks prompt .
payment to the Administrator, and those having
demands will render them in properly attested.
L. B. COCHRAN, Adm'r.
A L Prsns Notice.
, LLPeronsindebted to the listate of Jiiseph
t.I Moore, dec'd., are requested to make immedi
ate paymemnt, and those having demands against the
estate will-present them in due fornm.
- E, PENN, Ex'or.
Feb12 . - tf: . 4
FRO h -ary a large variety ef C AfIS,
whie- wewillsell low for Cash.
.-- BUSHNELL & WITT..
July 28-. , . if 28'
A ARprice will be -give fol-RAOB,(
. A nu.a-iby.E WEB