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Flint Hill Acadenmy.
T IE Trustees take pleasure in announcing to
the public, tlu.t they have engagedI for the en
auin.4 y ear, the serview of Mr. W. BLAKE, gt ad.
ate )f Og!ethorpe College, Georgia.
The School twilI open on the 2t. 'Monday in Jan
u try next, and the Selolastie year will consist of
Tenr' Months, at the following rates, viz i
Sp. llung, IRead:ng, Writing and Elementary Arith
metie ............,,,,............$12 00
Geography, Gramnnar, A rathmetie, I)ec!a
Iation :an1d Coinhnsitinu........ ,... 16 00
Algsbraand the higher branches of Ma:h
eiatie ............... ........... 24 00
L tin, ire.-k, ke..................... 30 00
G.oi1ssI Bvinrd can be obtain.-d in the neighborhod
at $.0( per n:onth.
Ur l'or further particuars, please apply to either
of the Ul'dersigned.
TilOS. P AYTNE, o
W. Wil.IIA.MS, I
i. CONNIML.Y, r
J AS. 11. .\11.\s$
Dec 1 5t 46
Oak Grove AcaICy.
T7iE Exercises of this Institution will be re
suumled again on the First Monday inl Januatry
M. C. CLARK.
Dec 1 to 46
A TEACI I ER is wanted to take charge of the
Illorn's Creek Male Aenaemy. One compe
tent to instruct in both Mldern and Ancient Lan
guages, and can bring gooJ reusiniendatioins, will
find an excellent x:twation by making immtiediate ap
pleation to) either of the Suhscriboe s. lie must be
entirely Southern in porine;pal and fLeing.
.JttilN It. FAIR,
W.\Sli. W ISLE.
It. P. TI LL.\AN.
Dec c tf 46
Auction of Boots and Shoes !
A S I intend m.tkzng a change in my busness. I
will stlI ion Sale-day in Decenib r, at Auction,
scieral Cases --f
BOOTS AND SHOES,
compr'sing LaJl-s and (entlemen's Shes. Gaiters.
Slippers, Negro Shoes. Ilouse Servants Shoes, &e.
- A LSO
I have on hand an extens've Stock of Boots and
Shoai-s 4.f nv own Manufacture, % hichi I will din
ptse of VERY CInsAP. W.. Me -voy.
N. B.-Telse indebted in me by Note or Ac
cuunt will please call and settle.
Dee I it 46
WALTER 3 u1ALxE.7
A N D
GENERAL COW'ON NERCHANTS,
BOYCE & CO'S WilAltF,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
W- Reference-W. P. 1-rTI..a. Edgefied C. 11.
.E. WIL.\OT WA LTAlZ,
GElGE11. W.\LTE It,
1'. T. WALKER.
Nov '4 tf 45
r HR RIMOE FEMALE SCIhOOL will open
T on the first 'Mmnday of J:nuary next, near the
residence of the Undlerignel. umler the charge of
biss MIARY E.. JV'eAN. Thuis lady received her elu.
cation under the in-struetim of the lev. Dr. .lom
son, fros wham she brings lhigh rec1mminrnelatiomti.
She is also favorably known in this Distriet as an
instructor of vouth.
The brancis o~f edsucation usually tanuch~t in Fe
miate .\eadesmies with Mlusic, will be taught in this
at the usual prie. a.
Gosod Hosardl enn he obtainedl in thme neighborhood
at $9,00 per month.
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Nale School
W U-LL~ br openesd on thme 1st Msinday of .Tanuary
V Vnext, alittle below Mir. Wnde I losstein's rcsi
densce, undesr the charge sof Mr. Km'.KP, who was
favorably known in this DListrict as ani instructor osf
. ieusual braner of. eduentison attended to in
Miale Academnies inietuding the Chussies, &c., will be
taught at the tusual prers
lRidge, Nov 24 tf 45
Brogans, Boots a nd Shoes !
AT No. 30, EAST EAY, CHA'RLT-CON, S. C.
TIl E Subsscriber otffers for saile a L ARG E and
ENTENSI\'E Stssek of thme abosve sGoods
which will be sold Wholesale atnd Retail at L~OW
Hie wo~uld respectfully slicit and examin~ation of
his assrtment by .\lerchaints anad Plaiters visiting
DiT Urders will have prompt attention.
No 30, East Bay. Charles.ton, S. C.
Nov 17 2mu 41
R~ CEG IMIENT. S. C. 1..
No~v. 20), 1852.
A COURlT A ARTIA L will csnvene at 11am
1.burg, on Saturday 4th D~ecemaber, for the pur
pose o~f trying n'U Defaulter.. in thec Graniteville and
Beach Island Cssmipanies, fosr thes present y..ar.
The Court will consist of the folklowing 3lemnbers,
viz -Lieut-Col. Snsw, President.
Capt. CUNNINOIIAM, Lieut. PARm'E.
" sniaw, " Tnt'aMOsa,
" RoUsTaRF., " ScorT,
Lieut. LINosEY, L"et.PERaY,
Let F.r R.
J. C. McDOsarLn, Judge Advocate.
By order of Col. I IARRISON.
S. B. Garrris, Adjutant.
Nov 24 2t 45
Ad anstao' 8ale.
B y an Order from the Ordinary, I will proceed
to sell at tihe late residence of Ann Colemnan.
dee'd., on Friday. 3rd Deccemnber next, all the per
senal propseaty sof said deceased, cosis~tinlg of
EIHT LIKELY NVEGROES,
Sto~ck of Hlorses, Cosws and hlogs, the prese~nt crop
of Corn, Costton, F'sdder, &c., with many other ar
tieles unnecesa~ry to mention.
TF.INs-AII sums under $5, cash-over that
amonnt, on a credlit of twelve nmsnths. Purchasers
giving nlotes with suflicient securties.
M ARION0 COL.\MA N, A dm'or.
ETSale to conmenee at 10 o'clock.
State of South Carolinia,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
George R obinson,
rs Decon in Attacha'nt.
Taliafero & Torbet,
T HIE Plaintifl in the above stated (ase, hiavinig
this day filed his IDelaration in myw Omele, and
the D~efendant having ieither wife nor Attsorney
known to r.:sidle within the limits of this State, on
whom a copy of said Deecaratio~n with a rule to
plead can be served :On motion of Mir. MNnA-;rAT,
Attorney for Pl~aintiff: Ordleredl, 'That saidl Defend
ant appear and plead tos saild' Devlaratiosn within a
year and a day from the latse hmsrvor, 'sr in default
thereof judlgment will be entered ssniant hism.
TiIOS. G. IIACON, C. E. D.
Clerks Office, Oct 13, 18G%. ly 43
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Silas Lilienthal, )
es Decl. in Attachment.
T I! E PIlaintifr in the nbsove case having this day
tiled his Declaration in my Office, and the JDe
fendant having neither Wife nor Attorney known
to residle within thie limits of this State on whiom a
copy of said D~eelaration with a rule to plead can
be served, On motion of Mr. Mslonaoyr., Attorney
for P'laint: Ordered that said D~efendant appeau
and pslead to said Decelnrations within a year and a
day fromn the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by defamult.
TIIos. C. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Junel1, l82. ly 20
A- LL Persons indebted to. the~ tSubscriber by note
-. or open acco~unt, are earnestly regjnested to.
mnake payment by or before the first o.flJnnunry next.
11. A. STIA W.
MVlt, Lebanon University,
BIENVILLE PARISH, LA.
T IE Undersigned, a Committee of the Board
of Tru'tees of te MOUNT LEBANON
UNIV ERSTl, ate desirous to engage the services
of a Professor of Ancient Languages and Malhe
iaties for the Academic year of Elecen months,
beginniing on the first bInlany in March next.
To a gentleiian thoroughly qualified in the De
partient above referred to, a Salary of twelve hun
dred dollars per annum will be guarantied.
This is a new lustitution located in one of the
Most agreeable nnd healthy neiglhlorhoods in North
Louisiana, removed from every indueenent to di4
prt'oi anid vice. It is nicder the nuepcles and eon
tril of the North I.ouis*ait Ba tist Ctonventiofn, and
toa acientnlmm of large equireimenit< and distin
guished rL putatiou oilers lroslect.vely high idtke
The expenses of a fanily would be small. The
sittiation is ietbv. central and easy of access: and
I the Trustees look with eor.hfidence to a promopt and
libeiral pattriaze of this, the first Institution of ' t
kind attempted to he rais.d up in a region ful ow
reources in a rapid state of development. It is not
intended to confine its benefits to any one lienomina
tion : but Pupils of all persuarians will be gladly re
cerived and guarded against all attemipts at prosely
It is desirable that gentleimen applying for t' i
situation should furnish unquestionable tesitinioncals
tof their comopeteiev to coiduct pupils through a
Icomtplete fcurse of the Greek :nd Latin Langua1g, a
and the purevatd mtixed Ilathemnates. An early as
practicablethlese Departments will be se-parated : for
the first year. however, they are untvoidably united
under tit'e head.
Alpplientions, aceonpanied with test;meonials. may
h,: a idressed (post paid) to COl. George W. Rogers,
S.-eretary of the Board cif Trustees, until the first
day of .lanary next, when a selection will be nade
from the a:pplic-ants and preonpjt notice given to the
13. EGAN, President,
J. G lil*s.
T. A. KEY,
GLO, W. ItOGERS,
.l. R. PITMTAN.
Mt Leblanon. Bienville Paribl, la.
Nov 12 St 45
R TCTI Colored and Ilak Vli.VETS of various
- k*ud. for .lantill.s and Cloaks. A few pieces
of landseome peoslislel CLOTII for La.lies Clotks,
i with seacmle of the richest tritnmingrs ttale. For
sale celal at G RAY jlHtOTllERS.
A ugusta. Ga., Nov 17 tf 44
G~I.\Y BROTH lEltS. Augusta. Ga.. have now
1G iniStoere a full supply of liih and Elkgant
Brussel; Threeply. Ingrnce and Cotton CA H lTS
with Rugs and Druggets to match, which they
oiOer tee the peublic cheap.
Nov 17 If 44
R.\Y BROTlEliS, have on hand a large as.
Ssorteinct cof 1L.A N K lET, if varieous kinds.
Proa:lay soeeeu of the tinest Saxny W l fine fin
iplel, impo....rtel. With a large :assortm.ent of Lower
Grades and Planctation Blankets, which we are
Nov 17 if 44
Dissolution of Co-partnership,
r IIE Firm (if IOLLlNGSWORTII & NICIlO
L ,AS is this lay edi-tsolved by tmulttal consent.
All those inlebted to then are requested to mettle
I up inunediately.
IOct. Nth, 1652.
rp lT Uniders'nedl feeling thanekful for the very
.1. :hercal patreenace heretofeore bestowdl Ott heimi
wouldl say to his friends that hce intendis c:.rryiug
on the businesse on hiN own aecoeunt, atnd therefore
solicits a continuance of past favors.
F. M. NICIIOLAS.
Oct 20 tf 40
.~ LL Persone indebteid tee the Estate of Stanc
1 mo cere M. I lceuteiti, dee'dl., will meake imm.-di
tte paiyment, atnd those havingrdemtandls against said
Estate will render thenm in foirthwvit.h, reirty at
testedl. J. A. BLANID, Adin'r.
Nov 25 3m 45
A LL~ P.-rsons arc hereby cautioncd against trad
inr for.n aNote, Cilven by the. Subscriber to
Wme. Stclalner. fur thte sunm of Sevienty-thtree dl
lars, da;tedl 3trd Niovembelr 1852. :nd due oine dlay
after the elate thereoef. feor I anm determnined not tee
pay said Neite unl.-as comcpelled by law, as the ecen
sideratons for wvhich it wais gven lhave failed.
Neiv 2 1852. 3t 45
A LL~ Persons indlebtedl to mee by Noete or Open
Accont ceantracted pireviouls to the ,first of
Janary last, are earnestly requested to pay themi.
H eavy pavments in Itank within the next Thirty
and tSixtv Ifays, coeleS me tus publicly to nmake
the request, wvhich. I trust will noet le unhieeded.
W. P. BUTLER.
Nev 24 tf ' 45.
ALL Perseonee indebted toa me either hy note or
LIop..n account, are earnestly requestedl toe coei
ferwardl and pay tip, as lenger indulgence than unitil
the first day oef 'January next, will be given. Aly
notes and :Inceunts willilie placed in the hands oef
Tos. G. K.v, Esq., on the first day of January
next, which are not paid previously.
Duntonsville, Nov 24 Gt 45
PERSONS indebated to Assigned Estate of Jh
e. Lvon, can haive thte privilege of settling with
teSuhleeribeer without Cos-rs, until the first londitay
in .lanuary next, afte~r wvihic timge the noctes noel nec
countst will be placed in the hands of N. L. Garrns,
Es., for collection.
Nov. 20S. F. GOODE, AhfcaxxE.
No. 0 t 45
, A LL, Persotns inebtedl to the Estate of T~ardy
i kWhite, dlee'dl., are rsentested tao make imtmedi
ate paytnent and tose having detenaneds against the
saue, will rendeer them in preperly att.-sted.
Nov. 17 3m 44
TIESubscriber has a large quantity of TLUM
. BER of dill'erent sorts, for sale att his residence.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
Jutly 19 tf 7
U LST received a beautiful suplply of the Psal
C mnirt ande Psalmaody eof dilli-renct sizes and styles
of Binding, and for sale by G. L. PENN A aurr.
Oct 13 tf 319
CI~CE lot of IlAMS aned L ARD. for sal
A by F. M. NICilOLAS.
Oct 26 tf 41
T lIE Stcbscriber mcakes thcis heumble request to nll
those who cmny hcold coteson hicm, not to tratde
thenm before letting hcim kncow where lhe may find
thec, as one or two scnall notes has begn lately tra
ded fear antd sued on withcout hcis kneowledge whcere
sad notes were. lie is rendy to pcny all notes agaicnst
hic, withccut costs. tirovided the heehler will let lim
know lhe wishes the money before sing.
Nov 17 3t 44
LL Persones hiavcng demcads ngninist the~ Eec
tale of A. II. Colemnan, dee'd., art' regnefStedl
to prescrit tliem paropaerly attested, acid those inc
elatd previtess to his death, bcy Note or Aceeacunt,
wvill mcake imameediate panymient, as furthcer inidutl
gene will not be given.
WILSON ABNE.Y, Adcc'r.
Sept 17 tf3
ALLT Notfes dae the Stubscriber, individually or
as Excitnr, are placed in the Hlank of unam
urg, foir colle'ction. Those icndebted will pleaise
m nake immtediate pinyment.
Dr. JTohln M*. Galphlin, weill act as my Attorney,
d tiring my absence from the State.
I D. A RDIS.
I IAVE this day associated Mr. THOMAS E
IllT in business with me, whiih will in future
be transacted under the firm of Bow Ens & II-TT.
S. E. JUWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
A LL persons indebted to S. E. BlowERs, will
.l -'en (e ,all and Iy their notes anal aecounts.
-as I at desirous of closing my old bisiness inmie
dintely. 8, E. BOWElis.
ilaniburg, Nov 5, 182.
WHIOLESALE AND RETAIL
W T 1' hEFP constantly on h:mil a large and
V a.V eassorted Stock of GHUCERlES, vIZ:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Half and Quarter 11arrels, and Family MIss
lanekerel in Kits,
SPERMrt ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AN!) LINSEEI) OIL, RAISINS. AL
MONI). N'TS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N D IES,
sPICES ALL INDs, SMOEED BEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OL) it ANDIES, VINES,
Neclar, Eagle anud Rye Whiskey,
- A iwo
. Well seleted Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSW ARE. BOWElS & lilY'.
Iaibmtburg. Neo 5. l8K2. tf 43
T TIE Udilersigned haviing taken the Pprick Store,
oposite the A mier~inn I Iotel and next door tot
Wriht, Nichils & Ca., would respectfully enll the
attentioan of h:s friendsa tald the publie generally, to
his N lEW and well seha eted Stock (of
Boots, Shoes and. Trunks,
Men's Thick Water Proof and Fine Dress hoots,
(;vents Fine Comgress Gaiters, of the latest style.
No I Plamtation Shioes, Rloys and Youth's Ioots and
Misses' and Ciiren's Stroing nd Fancy Shioe,
I.alies Fioe Silk Thick Sole Gaiters tal Sl:ipers,
.ienny lind! WValktin2 Shioes,
Servant's Slioes of the best style and gjunlty.
A large and spleidid ass-,rtment of
HATS AND CAPS.
A] of which he plees hiiself to sell VERY
LOW for cashi or on time to punctual lenlters.
All those wishing any Gasis in the above line
will fiid it to their interest to eall and examinue his
Stomk befot e purchasing elsewhere. Plense cill and
cnose fair yourselve's. as gtoodts will freely be shown
to any one wlio my favor him with a clt.
ITanburg. Oct 1 3m1 38
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
I I - Subiseriher. having purchased elsewhere
U. in the Disitrit and beinug desirous of renowving,
ofl'fers fer sale the pliee on which he' now resides,
within a mile of Edlg.lie'ld Village. The Tract con
Five Hundred Acres,
one half f whih is in woods. the other half elenred
aid in cultivation. One hutnidrel ad fifty ncres or
the eleared land has been fpeiied w;thinm the last three
or four vars. Alniost Ill the woo-ni is of ex
cellent q'ual:y, onak anal hiekory garwth. mullatto soil.
It is finely n.loptel to the proidluctioi of Corn, Cotton
and smtll grain.
oi the pzremises is a commrtable dwelling-house.
'fTe out-bniilings are of thme best desc'riptian-lairge
anal coaimimiuats lUnrn anal Stables. Shnek I louses
iad Wnggain Slielters. The Gin I louse untd Screw
aire eiitirely nlew, of choice tnmaerials, and built nc
cordling to thme most tapproved plains.
The onily test of thte excelliece of his tract of
which thme ubscriber waauld speak is the crop wIch!
it has bairne this ye.ar atid which is there for the in
spection aof thoasae desiraaus to, purchase.
A fine Well and ta never-failinig Sparing oaf excael
laent free-stonte water are aimong the aother tavaiittages
if this tract. S. S. TOMPKlNS.
Nav 3 tf 42
B Y Virttue of a writ~s o -Fieri Fa'eias, to
me directed, I .shall proceed to sell at
Edgetield Court Iliause, on the first Mlonday tand
Tuesdauy in Dae. net t he following property,
James Sheppj)ardl vs Stepihen T. Wren andl
John Hill, lihe. Tfract of Lnund where the De
fendant WVren resides, contaiinmg oine htundre'd
and thirteen (113) naeres, more or less, and nd
juining lands of' .John Rush, Elbert Devore tand
Ilill & Watrdlaw v-s John Terry, the tract o
Iand whetire the Defenant Tferry resides, con
tuining fouir hiundre'd atnd f'lfty (450) acres, more
or less, tandl adjoininig hands of' A rtimns Lowe,
R. G. Guirlin tand Jimnes ilennett.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov 11 Ste 43
STAT1E O1" SOU'li CAR!OLINA,
IN ORDINA lR!Y,
J YX II. T. WIVlGII'T, Esgjr., Ordinary of
) l.dgetield District :
Whereas, Lntke Cuilbreath and Raobert Wal
ince, have tapplied to ime for Le.tte'rs ofl Adminis
utioitn, wuth thue WIill uanecd, on til itnd sinugular
the goods anud chattles, rights amnd credits of
James Walltnee, late of the District, tiforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singulatr, the kindred tand creditors of the
said deensed, to be and tappeair befoare ime att onr
next Ordinary's Court. fomr time said District, to be
hilden at Edgel-ield Court flouse on the 3rd
div of Daeember next, to show etause it' ainy,
wviv the said administration shmoutld not bc
*Given under my hand and seal, this the 18th
day of Noviembeir, in the year of our Lord one
thouisanid eight hiutndred anud fifty-two, nnmd ini
the seventy-svenmth year of' Amea.rietin lndepen
Novi 24 2t 45
Mansion House for Sale !
I lEL Subscrlier ofl-ars for sale his llOTEL in
S the V illage of Eheafield, whuich wtas neup'jied
fit e'ight ort nine: yeamrs by Cui~m.t~s Co~tr'.
'Tie Sttad is one of thle btest in the pineie, the
lhontse baeing alwnys wall ptatraoiized. Pro'avision~s
beimng eep, now' is ihie tiimea ta, engage in thte 1laotel
btsiess. If not sold by the 10lt D)eeamber, I will
rent for thme ensutitng year.
Also, for Sale,
Two H~~sces andc Lots on the Street leading to
the Pine Ilouse. EJach htouste conttains f.amr rotomns
timd each Lot an niere of L~amd. For further pa'r
tiulars apply tu GEO. A. ADDISON.
Oct 27 6t 41
Land for Sale.
BY an Order of Wyett Jlahntes, Alex. Nixon
.I and Pleasant lDoalittle, Arbitratoirs, anal by
consentt of those initerestead, there will sold by LeAwis
.ones, SheritY, on a cried~t of twelve monmths, at
Edgefie'ld C. 11., an thte first Moatndtty in Decenmber
naxt, null thtat Tract of L.and, emnbrneinug, the vatriitms
Tfrnets fitrumerly otwned by Littleton IKing, .Jashuma
Kinur, lBartlet Kinug, .anes Kitng, .Jasiah Kinig anal
William King, anal bouinded by liads of Thomas
Garrtt, I emtpsy IIumssey, Edwtard D'oolittle antd
others, amnd lyinig on the wvaters of Gitne(ll's Creek
anal wiaters oif Steven's Creek-containintg two hun
dred tand sixty-.six acre's, nmore air less.
Paurceers tot give nobe nnd two appr'oved securi
ties. Costs to~ he paid in Cashm, on the execution of
Neov If) 4t 413
r1h IE PUBLIC are rentinaded, if they wisht to
Ito tavail thenmselves of time bonefits arising from
an Act ptassed tat the last Sessioni oif Cotngress, to
reductae and moadify the rates of Postage, that thtey
musteomeii foirwardl and pay up their postage ini ad
vancee, othmerwise it wrill hic ehnurgeda .litmh!e.
GL.PENN, P. M.
Nrv 3 tf 42
T HIE Gentlenman whio, thuroutgh mistake, took
from thme " P'hmtiers Hotel," ont Wedne'sday
evening of time 2al wee'k of Coiurt, a large Black
CLOrfH CLOA K, will please have thme kintdness to~
rtur itmmdiaey. Jl L Y
nvt07 If 4t1
State of South Carolina,
vs. -. - Partition,
BY virtue of an order from the Court ol
Equity in this case, I shall proceed to sel
-it the late residence of Stanmore Holstein, de,
ensed, on Wednesday the eighth of December
ihe tract of land owned by the deconsed at the
;ine of his death, stunted in the District afore
,.iid, adjoining lands of Carson Warren, Wim.
Merchant, John Ltt and others, and containing
..ight hundred acres more or less.
Said tract will be sold in one body, ona credit
,f one, two and three years from the day of sale.
in three eqal annuai instalments, with interest
from and after tweIlve months. So much of the.
purahise monev, as is required to defray the ex-1
pee of this suit, must'be paid in eash. Pur.
ehasers required to give hafnd with snilicient
sureties. A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Nov. 17, 1852. 3t 44
A T the same time and plaen, the Under
L signed will sell all the personal property
of said deceased, viz:
Fourteen very Likely Negroes,
Three or four hundred bushels of Corn, Fodder,
Peas, Hogs, Cows, Horses, Carriage, H-1on1.
hold and Kitchen Furnitnre and Plantatiot
Tool-i. Also, a flue Gin-head anid a set of Black
smuit h's Tools.
The above articles. to be -sold on a credit of
twelve months, witlout interest, except as to
lihe negro property, which will be sold on a
credit of twelve miths, with iiterest from day
of sale. The purchasers to give noles and ap
proved sureties. All smns uder $10 cash.
J. A. BLAND, Adm'r.
Nov. 17 3t 44
State of South Carolina,
Wim. F. Elam and oihers,
vst. Bill for Partition.
Patrick 1H. Elinm. -
Y virtue of an order from the Court of
Equity, I will sell on Monday. tlie 20:h of
December. at the late residence of Mary Elim,
the following real and personal estate, wherein
the said Mary Elam hab surrendered her life in
One Tract of Land, situat'e in this District,
containing sixteen hundred (1600) acres, more
or less, lying in part on Harris' creek and ad
joining l:md- of George MeKie, Mrs. Polly Ham
mnond, John Adnms, John Jones and others.
This plantation is one of considerable valne, :il
in good repair,~just 18 miles from Ianburg,
timbered with oak and hickory, well adapted to
to the growth of cotton and corn, and as to
health and goodw. Ter, unsurpassed this side of
the mountains. There are upon the tract two
conifortalihe dwelling houses, with gin house,
screw,and all necessary out buildings. Altoge
ther it is a very valuable place, and one of the
most desirable stands for a public house in the
And upon the same occasion, fourteen likely
negroes. ns follows: Tom. Tony, Robert. Judly
and her child Martha, Mtatilda and her two Child
rn Charity and Mary, Frances, Manga and her
child Jlin, Louisa, Amy and Nnny. A lso, four
head of mules and horses, some thirly or fiorty
head of cattle, the like number of hogs. some
forty or fiftv head of sheep, divers nriieles of.
honchold :End kitchen furniinre, a wagomn, an
ox enert and a supply of plantation tools and im-.
phements of husbandry.
The real estate above described, will be sold
on a credit of one and t wo years, in equal ann
al instalments, and the personailty on a credit
of twelve months from -the day of sale, except
as to so much is will a'efraty the costs and expen
ses of this suit wihkel'must be paid in cash.
Purchasers will be regn''rT.d to give Bonds, withI
ampjle sujety, to seenre the pyr'ehase money. A
p~it of the lnnd wimll ~n r,.,dinerss on the day
of sale. .SlalKINS,C. E.E. D.
Nov.15, 18 .2... . 5t ... 44.
[: T'e Augusin- Cronlielf & Sentinel will
copy until dlay of stle,Aud forward aeet. to this
State of Sonth Onrolinia,
James Neal and others, 3
vs. Bill for Partition.
Nney Neal and others.
1) Y virtue of an order from the Court of
j)Equit y in this ense F will proceed to sell
at Edgeliefd C. H. on the first Monday in Jan
rv next, the following lands, vIz:
~1. A po(rtion of the homestead tract, compri
sing four hun dred neres, more or less, .situated
in the District aforesaid.:ihd lying on Penni ereek,
the boundatries to be given nmore accurately on
dy of sale.
2. A tract of land conta.ining eight hundred
aeres, more or less, situate as above, lyinig onI
Turkey cree-k and adjoining lands of Avory
Blnid,'Aqnila Miles, Eugene Burt and others.
3. Another tract of land, contauining one hun
dred and three aeres, mnure, cr less, and adjoining
lands of Euigenie Burt, Avory Bland and others.
4. A body of land neatr Edgefield C. II., ad
jioiing lands of Francis W. Pickents, Francis HI.
Wardtawv and others, which is to be run offr into
seven lots, as ntear equal as ma~y be, and thus
The above are fine lands and should command
the attention of all pu.rehasers of real estate.
Plats of the difTrent t rnets andi of the last men
tioned seven lots will be exhibited on the day of
Terms of sale.-A credit of onie and two y-ears
from day of sate, with interest from and after
the expirat ion of the first year, except as to so
much aus will defray' the costs of this suit wvhicht
must be patid in easht. rTe purchase mneiy to
be secured by Bonds with sutlicient sureties.
Purchasers to pay for titles.
A.:SNMKINS, C. E. E. D.I
Nov. 16,1852. 7t 44;
State of South Carolina,
Britton Minis and others,
vs. Bill for Partition,
Jates R. Garrett, W~ill- (and Account.
iami Garrett, aitd others.
BY virtue of an Order from the Court of
UEquity in this case, I will sell at Edgetield
C. H. on the first Mondaty in January next, the
following tracts or parcels of lind, viz:
1. A tract or parcel of sixty four aeres, situate
in the District aforesaid on Stephen's creek, and
bounded by lands of Thomas McKie, WV. G.
MKie and Samiuel Getzen.
2. A tract or parcel of six acres, situate as
bove, lying on Waters of Hlorni's creek, and
adjoining lands of Thos~. Rt. NeKie.
3, A tract or parcel of sixty four acres, sold by
Mrs. Eliz. Garrett, as to her life estate to WVm.
Garrett and by him to Samuel Getzen.
Plats of the :bove tracts or patrccls of land
will be prepared and exhibited on the ay of
sale, niore uaccurately definting their situaitionl and
These lands will be sold on a credit of twelve
monthIs from the day of sale, except as to the
costs of this suit which will be required in ensh
Purchasers to give bonds with adeq uate sureties.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov-. 15, 1832. 7t 44
rfo PA Y the debts of the Estate of M. Brun
s'on, dee'd. All who are inidehtcd to satid
Estate are expeecd to pny up on or before the 25th
Deceber next. Those having demiands will pre
sent them in due form to the Subseriber, as lie is
determined to make as large a return of said Estate
n1 possible this year. A word to tihe wvise is snifi
ient. D. D. B3RUNSON, Admfor.
Nov. 10 it 43
A T.L Persons indebted to the Estate of 1. A.
L Iell, dee'd., prior to his sale, are regnested to
make intmiedintte parmaent, ad those havinig chanms
gist said Estate,will present themi proprerly at
tested. ]). A. -1. flhl-.l, Admn'r.
No,- 2L 2s 45
BY STEAMERS AND SOUT
Is in receipt of an Extensive, E
FALL AND WIF
SThe Community and Pu
requested to call and examine t
Edgrefield C. H., Oct. 13,
Ware-House and Commission
W.ALKmiR &1 CO., beg leasve to inform the
J . publie gent rally, that they continule the
Warehouse k Commission Business,
-it the %tan.1 occupier1 by thiem fior the two, past
.ea1n111n previouslly by WVArLxs & l-IsADMron.
The Ware-Miuse is in good order, anid being lo
cated in the lhighett part of'DTown, i., are froim high
water. The late fregihet barely ri-ehig the lower
floors-not the least chanage,( wasA done to Cotton.
A. WALKxen Will devote hli.- Perslomal attention,
exclusively to th, us4iness, nd hopies from loone ex
perience, ind a ire to please, that none will leave
the estab'ishmient dissatisfied.
Those who patronize- our Ware-Hlouse, will be
ke-pt constantlyanevi.4ed of the state of the produe
Cs h.dvances made o produce in xtoree, when
desFred. A. IA i,
1). L. ADIA MS.
Oct 276 rml4)
Hardware and CutleryP!
r E user:ber begs leave to inform the citizens
of E1gilld the Upper istricts, that e
a opened a large and general Stock of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY
Tqgether with every other article connected with
the lirilwAre bus:., btthe 0.1 :tanil formerly
Oenpied by n. A. Krsaler, nd newtly opiste
the -oueo.uan IHotel.
Ilavina recently rourned from i orthe t, where
my p.re'ites has been nmile frdm banin-turers
ail4 at the LOWES--T C.\SH PRiCl-'., I woul
reipectfully invite the publica ol, iy ld friends to
wier mie e bte fre~ie trI purch hisewet s lny
Stok-cobnt teeratil i the ardare li tn,
ae. L~aurCenvwilled'enhis nAnersn Ontteon
w~ilcptmh and forwad bisis tha oe wil II.v
tAtctbbey Grcitiee teale nsitte
rp IzIIsaIntituio adisd loente steven mi'e Nrthuc
P.O.tisre sitadi n rarkebly heathportien
of t'eristrit.an A.vnin toan ecelen
Thansrdwre Mind C urtslnterept!io
ofll einganrexere nee tolenit Tiach,-r.en
The o Elmentary. nd ali the hih~er b trtahef
EnTis tget her with L tinanrec artil oiie tuhit
te rare besi t t tive molnthfrail btrnehe
Goociilind eynn A be obtaind ien niborhoc
at i7. p r ecntl. Freturhern inort, ie-t
ired, pptlly tonithe the uirsai .dfien t
JA.E W. NDEilSON
thmu, Oct 27 n* 41
S tuat ele Sother Crtotlinaho
wilary nrris and thers, ill tor sal of.
Abbe re e a E stitte,
Benj Harrisan ohers.ap
}pIl Egntit in his ciae shaln peed torthlo
at. Edgeied Cour 1os, oni .i the first ofondto
P.0n I iseme nxtuate nrarl hbodty otian
ontainigtrixt.r and went-thranexe(l23)
Spring. more brlings, ndairene, inathe ai
Tord Wit ruidt. nnds CaAren hB. Addisonat.
erinm eual cinsant ne Tahr
'The purchenaser tou give bwthi gr badceuaoe
nsituret r ith Tni puc a monech a tot
exisperesim thi case whih or ol braidhn
latursiindnuc of' Mao...rriso.by5virt.Of
hed sam Order, th* 'ltnlinth n egbres, t i
at be, old Mtn i.b.ai. uter, iiriin, iltis,
negres ip to beithdona ei of twelvei monti ei,
papers. A.. la ~lISO.E.D
NOt 9, 185i . 4t14
State ofoumth Carolina,
Henry Burrsh ndw and others, ufrsaeo
BY ~virtue of tin Order from the Court of
Eqitty ini this ease, I wihall ple ato elld
at 11.,onhe Coirt [Mouday on thecemrt nxta
muingD~mc ineat, toe nbtnt one thoulsand l.two
cittigixhundred andfrt- idxt46)tnere and6dj3m
intaoead :dtittg lands of Deic Hlsnba e Hamptn
Cumbd, Anifde 13yr WidAlltin B.ohndson, Matry
Auttey anud othrs. i rdtc.(esu w
Theyp will be o i btid wiart dequ ,pate
Ts.-Cfr tedt onrte autnv wop yeas tx
eenc cofts which tt he paiddow inh
Bond ond the secuitywn~ will ellrequired
henr, Loey, A.rt JiN IN, C.ser E.l. D.
Mar oetsol n a cdthes, le onhs
Eot olijn T.zi Roers cand Is others t ~yf'
BYirtue ofA. rderofth Cur of Eui
Nov in thi2 e4e hllpoedto se43t
Stateo olsh G.oetshn dee'.,liz:,
Onery c o Land if ntainin three de
1eres morei o lein Orituate ino the itrt ond
joining nhs Mrs, iabt wiler Gtergei
C.lem1, n Robefrston n Dother tx
teSai satwl e oGbld o lne r di(eceptsfdr
enouig in payl the cot ohichusbad inv
cttn)bof Aneatw yearhsm iosnua Mtay
mnt, wit indtheres.ntescndisamn
fros lands lieroe teauo the ayr of south
ofurchar will heeuied o dgyve tie.Bd
with apod lesurt ill enreqthuires
monev.A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. P.
H CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
andsome and Splendid Stock of
blic Generally are respectfully
hem at No. 1, PARK Row.
- TuE Friends of Col. F. W. PICKENS
beg leave to present him to the people of Edge
field, and of the Districts which 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 be
coimes our duty to select his successor with
care; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. PICKENS should
be again called into requi.sition upon the very
floor where he haa hitherto served us so efli.
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.
L THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as 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 wirlhes on the subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling public opinion
n his favor against any individual.
COFFIN & PRINGLE,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
1!.. 13 Adger's North Whmrf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Geo. M. Cor~Ns,
JAB. Rt. Pausaz.z.
Sept 1 3m 33
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWING
Bacon. Lard and Flour, Mustard in Boxes,
Beef Tongues, .'(apers,
C:heese, IFruiis in Brandy,
Pin~e A pple Cheese, iStrawberry, Raspbury,
Mackerei, in Barrels and. Blacklbury Jams and
Salmon, in Kitti, Pick'd Sarsafrass, Strawbuary.
Fresh Salmon, |Raspbury and Lemon
" Mackerel, ISyrups,
" Clam<, LIemun and Lime Juice,
Sardines, 1.2 and 1-4 box' Assorted Candies,
Pickled Pork, " Kisses,
" Beer, Bl'k and White Pepper
" Shad, Whiite. austard Seed,
Porto Rico Sugar, Ground andl Race (linger
Stewarts Coffe*e Sugar, Bermuda Arrow Root,
Superior Brown " Prepared Fanna, food for
L~oaf and Crushed " Inlants.
Pnuly'd and Clarfied do Colgate's P'earl Starch,
Java and Lagnira CoffeSodla and Sal Aerntn..,
Jamaica and Rio " Sal Sodaand Salt Peter,
Melasses, .Table and Sack Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adamantine,
Teas, Tallow Candles,
Maccaroni and Vermi- Tuarpentine, Soda, and
cilla. Fancy Soaps.
Rice and Rice Flour, Blacking anad Blacking
Sodla Crackers, Brushes,
iBostont do Win~e and Stoughaton's
Snvar do Bitters,
Jntmbles & Ginger Cakes, Porter andl Ale,
Lavor Rtaisins, Olive Oil,
('rrants and Citron, Castor Oil,
Alaise, Nut megs, Cloves, Wrighating Ink.
Pickles and Ketchaups, .Segars and Tobacco,
Pepper Sauces, Tubts, Buckets and P'ails
West India P'reserves, Willuw Baskets,
Ginger d1o Brooms, &c.., &c.
A dded to the above, is a general assortment of
WINES, CORD A LS and LIQUORS, all of
which will be sold L.OW ron CAsu, by
F. M. NICHOLAS.
Nov 3 tf 42
..- Y JFriends and customers can
find me in thae house below JHoI
lingsworth & Nicholas, and as
usual will muake to order. for CA Si,
Fine rees Boots..................700
do Punmp Boots,................. 8 t)
do Doub~le Smole Water-Proof... .... 9 00
All other kitnds of work at thec lowest price.
Excellent Work, good Fits and superior style.
guarantied to aR those that may fa.vour mue with
a call. WMl. 5lcEVO.
.Jan 29 t f2
L [L Persons are hereby cautioned against tra
.? ding for a Note givet by the Subscriber to
Riechard Wash,, for $735, dated soime tinme in Sept.
lst, and due on the first of* Octobe~r last, as luam
determuined to resist pnyment of said Note, in con
sequence of the property for which it was given
havinug proved to be unsound.
W. SM. TIMMERMAN.
Nov 17 6it 44
I IDES wiH be received at the Tan Yard from
.i this date. Rt. T. MIMS.
Oct 6. 1S52. If S
THE Estates of Mr. Jloel Roper and Mrs. JTulia
.Ann Roper, are expected to be settled by thec
30th Dcember next, all who are indebted to the
sid Estates will mazke plavment to thue Subseriber on
or before that lime, and 'those having demands will
present thema properly attested before that time.
J. 1). JIRUNSON, Adtm'or.
Nov 10 fit 43
A LL those indebtcd to the Estate of John B. Lo
gan, dee'd., nre requested to make immediate
payment, all those having deanmds to present them
M. W. LLES, d's
A. NIX, A's
E. r. HOLLOWAY.
Feb 19 11m 5
TJUST receivel from Philadelphia a supply
tRittabaga, Globe and Large Norfolk 'TRN1P
SEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, AeN-r.
July 21 if 27
P ERSONS indebted to the Estate of Mrs. F. E.
Perrin , dee'd.. are reqnested to call and settle,
...,,1 qehain claims.:.,1.:., ...ll pr...... te. properly.
Plante'rs Hotel for Sal
AT EMEFED C. E., S. C.
AS the present occupant of th
widelv celebrated and most valu
ble HIOUSE of ENTERTAIN
M ENT is dils:rous of enter:ng into other busness,
the Sub. e.-ihers now of'er it for private sale until tb
first Monday in January nlext, at which timne, if 110
previously sulad, it will be otll-red at public out cry
The teris to be made known on the day ot sale.)
The principal Building contnns fifty Rooms, in
eluding a superb 1air-Ruot, andi1, has attached to i
an excellent lBrick Kitehen, a Smoke House, &c.
an abund imt well of water in the yard, large an
colmm.aliaon< Stalbles, with one humrdred and twenty
Stills, and all other necessary out-buildings. Th
11 te l.>t contains two and one-half acres, more o
less, with a large vegitab!e Garden.
This I lotel is in first rate rep tir. has- a fine pnt
ronage. and is situated in one of the most convei
ent and cammiandng loe.itions for custom in ou
Vi;lage. It has had a long ran (of supprt, and i
known nimust as extensivelv as Eagefield Villngs
itself, having been first owied hy Henj. Frazier
next by C. J. Glover, then by C. H. Goodman, TLt_
by 15urt & Doby. and now by John Doby.
We will also oller, fair sale, in the same manner,
Lot No 2, immediitely in f.ont of Buslinell'
Carriage Shotp, whiek has from sixty to eighty feet
front, running bock two hundred feet, more or less.
Lot No. 3, bounded by the Hotel Lot, the Spann
Hotel Lot, and Samuel Brooks, containing five
acres, more or less.
Lot No. 4. containing four aeres, more or less,
which contains a fine meadoaw on lioth sides of Bear-.
erd:in Creek. with an excellent spring of water, and'
also a road or lane twelve feet wide, connecting it
with the Hotel lot, and also with the lot of the Spann
Lot N-. 5, bounded by the two lots last mention
ed, Samnel Brooks and by C. M. Gray, with a road
leading therefrom to the Aungusta road, containing
four ares, more or lass.
Platt indleating more fully the dimensions and
boundaries aif said Lots, will be imade, und ready fo
inspection, for any one wishing to purchase in a few
Will be soul also, at the same time. the FURNr
TURE of said lIlotel, coinsistiig of Beds and bed
ding of all kinds, Taibles, Bureaus.Sileboarls, Sofas,
Carpets, Chaira, lousehold and Kitchen furniture,
of every description. Also the contents of the BAR
rfOOM, comnprehending a good Billiard Table, in
Ohoice condition, and a lot of liquors of all descrip
tions and kinds.
Also one pair of Horses, one flny mare, one two
horse wagon anil harness. one two horse Buggy and
harnessa, cOws, hogs. &c., and a lot of cow food, corn,
fodder, and many aother artiel-s not mentioned.
W The Proprietor wvill take pleasure in giving
any gentleniaan as full information touching the
premises as he may desire.
JOTTN L. DORY.
JOIlN DOBY, Sen'r.
Nov. 15, 1852. 7t 44
The Augusta Constitutionalist, Abheville Binner,
Newberry Sentinel and Iamburg Republican, will
each give the above four insertions, and forward
their accounts to this office.
House and Land for Sale.
I WILL sell the well improved HOMESTEAD
ont which I reside, located about one mile from
the Town of Newb.-rry, and connected with it by a
first rate public road.
The site is a itealthy one. entirely free from local
onuses of disense. The dwelling house is substan
tiallv built of brick, containing seven commodious
and comfortah'e rooms. The out houses are a brick
Kitchen, a brick Loomni ilouse, a inrce brick Smoke
I louse and one of wood, comfortable Negro houses,
i large Gin louse. an all other necessary out
bIilditigs. Attached thereto is a convenient farm
of one itundred and thirty acres of Land, about fifty
teres of which are in wools remarkably well tim
bered. On the iremses there is a spring of very
To an approved purchiarer the terms will be made
iteconimodating. Persons desirous of purchasing
may aipply tip Mr. Jatnes F. Ila~rrington or Dr. W
H. Harringuim. either of whmotm will shew them the
premises and conttianet for the same.
Nov 17 tf ' 44
FIFTY PRIME NEGROES.?
O N the first MtONDAY in January next, I well
sell, before the Coturt Hoesin Colinltaf
*Fifty of as' Likely Negroes
as have ever been exposead to public sale, bielonging
to the cstatte of A. P. Vinson, deensed. The Ne
groes have been well cared for and wvell managed in
every respct. Personis wish'ng to purchase will noat,
it is caatifdently believed. hare a better opportunity
to supply temtselves.
Terims oaf sale fair the Negraie.-One fourth ensh,.
The batlance in aone, two appd three years, interest
from date, pnynle atnnually, wit hi n moratgamge oif the
property, antd two or mttre apprtove d personal se
At the satme time. utless previously disposed of
at pnviate sahe, I will sell the P'LANTVTiON of
the decnsed, considtig of
Fifteen Hundred Acres,
more or less. sittetd nhaoat 13 miles belaiw Col.um
lin, lying onp both siades or the Garner's Ferry ranad.
LOt the paramises there is a comiifartable D.wellintg
laotse, n ithi al necesnry Out-lin'.Ilings, a goaad
Gini 1 lonse atnd Screw. goaaod liarts nttd Stahke, nal
comp~forttable quarters for the ecomimoadatiuin of Fiy
Terms aof sale for' the L~a-Oni n credit of eight
years: that is to say, pnyahle in eight equal aunnn
insta!mencits, interest fraomi date, lnynbtlle annunlly,
with a mnortgauge of the premtises, ana two or moure
approved personmal seetu-itics.
At the samea timne I will alro sell two Plantationi
Wuigams. iad seven 3Mul-s.
Termis aaf sale faor WV~aons and Mules-cash.
Purchasers ini all cases tao pay fopr necessary pa
pers. J. 11. AIDA MS, Excutor.
Nov 17 33t 44
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale,
rj HE Subscriber iutending to move from the
..State, offers fair sale his aIILI.S. on Shmaw's
Creek, ahnut ten miles fromn Edgefiehat, Aiken nd
The Tract contains Twrenty-two hundred (2200)
ares, witht a snflicienit water paower to run Circular
Rawvs or a Fnetory. On the pre'mises nr'e all necs
'arv impihrovmentts-framie huilines, orchards, &c.
Any inforuatimn given lay applyinig to the Sub
acriber on the premises, -or by letter addressed to
hint at Edlgelielad C.11.
JOS. A. A DDISON.
Aug 4 ti 29)
Land for Sale.
Ti H E Subscriber aufiers for sale the lands belong
Iing to the Estate of Joseph aloore, deceased.
One Tract containing about seventy-seven acres,
idjaiting lands of Jatmes Rainsfurd, S. Christie
One other Tracet containinig fire ana a half acres,
ijoining lands of Dr. E. J1. Mitms, Mrs. L. T.
Moaore and aothers.
The above La'nds lies near the Village and a
portioan of it is well timibered and can be purchased
it private sule on liberal termis.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
J UST Receiving a fresh supply of Pickles, Pre !
serves, Sardeinus, Lobsters, Salnmon, Citron
Raisins. Prunes, Essences for Cooking Fresh Mus
tard, &e. S. E. BOWERS.
lanmburig, A pril 17 t'16
A FINE BOOT-MAKER will find constant
empiloyment by applying to the Subscriber.
.Just received adifterent gntalities of LAMP OIL,
fromt $1,25 to $g,00) per gallon.
Also, the Hest antd Cheapest Oil in the world
far Nneahinery, aut S$125 per Gallon.
agr I'eat door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
Oct 21 tf '41
H AVING taken charge of thme estate of Col-Johin
Gaskitns,dele'd.,nas Derelict, those whontre ina
debted to the estate wlil make payment by the 1st
of Jlanuary next, and those hiavtng demnitds will
present them, properly attested, by that time.
HT. T. WR IGHT, 0. E. D.
Ordinary's Office, Scpt 13, 1852. 3m -35
A1LL those indebted to the estate of Willain
Garrett, dee'd.. are requested to make pay
ment forthwith, and those haring demand. against
said estate will render them in properly attested,
according to law. .
WM. G. HAMMOND,.