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OF VALUABLE REAL AND PER3ONAL ESTATE.
W ILL be sld at the late residence of Jolin S.
Carwr'e, dr'd., on Mlonday ft.e 27th Pe
e.niher next, T1 E IIOUSE AND LOT whereon
the leceased resided, one of the most ileirable in
the Town of Newberry. The Lot c(otains oie
acre. and on it is a comfortable and convenient two
story Dwelling I louse, together with a3 the neces
sary tout buil.lingp I all in co.mplete rep'r ; a good
w. i or water with a punip. and a, tiist excelent
gar len. Alo. the I 1''useh.old and lKitclen Furni
ture; a Carriage and Ilirness a Buggy, a two
horse Wagimo and Ilarness, :L pair of gentle well
trainei Carriage lior--es. &e.. &e.
A stall Tract of Lando eontaining fourteen neres
in woods, about twsoI miles froti Ne'wberry, ndjoin
in;: laId of L'. J. .lones, .1. 11. H unt :nd Ithers.
On the sa:i:e day at the lIepot of the Greenville
Rail Road., will be mild about zt0 Bales of Ott(n
On the day gucceeding (Tuesdaty 28th Dee) at
the plantation of the eceased, eleven ioles west o~f
Newberry, will be s.,bl a Tract of Land, containing
ab.out nine hiunired avres, m,.ore or less, bonded by
lands of Chares Flyd, Washinegtin Floyd. 'Mmlse
A udersmn and others-as prodnetive a, any lands
in Newberry l)ivtriet. (The crop of the present
year. imiade on it by twenty hands taounted to abolut
(one hundred bales of Cotton-twenty-five hundred
bushels of Corn-besides a good sminall graiu cresp.)
The Ptlttiin is in cmnp!ete repair oil the
premises is a new (in louse. Stables. Itrn and all
necesnary 4utbuildings. Those who desire to investt
their capital in valubl: real estate, could have no
bettcr oloportun'ty than the one now presenteJ.
34 Likely Negroes!
The Negroes are young and very valuab!e
amoong then are wageners, a first rate ciouchman,
h-'stler and gardner, atol a b!a k -mith.
Fiourtten Mules and lloorses. Cattle, IHogs. Corn.
oedder, Shu--ks. Wheat. Ciotton Seed, a.new Gris
wold's Cotton Gin, Two Road Wagoins, Plantation
Terms made known on l v sal
Persons wishiif to ex:nliinie the aloove real estate
wi.1 call on .. Bt. (Carwi!e, nat Newberry, H1. W.
Gary, 10 miles f o it Newherry tln the Laurens Rail
Iioad, or Mr. Workman ont the pri-mises.
.101IN 8. CAfRWIM-, ( E .
11. W. GAIIY.
Dec 8 2t 47
WE W ILL sell to the higrhest bidder inin the
spremis,-s) tll Saturday. the first day if Janu
ary next, a certain Trtct of lAnd, el. behtrin it, the
estate of .1htdn Falkner, dee'l.. lying ne:ar the Can
bri..:e roiadi, adjodning handi f Dr. Joishn Landrum,
conta ning Fifty (50) Acres, itore or less, and known
an the .Jle4 Falkner Tract.
TICsta.-A eredit of twelve innth's wil be given,
A uote with two secnrit es wili be rei.u:red.
WV. .1. FAL1KN ElI, ) *I.
J. Q'.vrTLElhlU1. U Ex ors.
Dee S .4 47
E.LED PROOS.ALS for building 'a Bridge
kU over Turkey t'reek at the Grist Mill 111w
owned by C.ol. .lames P. Carroell. will be received
until the 20th Illecember lmst., on which day the
building of said iridge will be let out to the leowest
bidder fear the same, providud no proposals are made
previons to that day.
Propoisals ean hbe lhandel to Major Pa. F. Stroin 'ir
John Mundy at any thile previonis to the 20th inst.
. t B. F. nii'rs
JOHN W. MLUNDY. C
DeC S 2t 47
Ewt rayed '
FlOM the Sttbscribser. nn the night
of the 21 inst., on-- I,.\ Y Il( iIRSE,
with a smadle mark on is la.k, am114
ite of is: ind11 feet wite. Said
I oirse hals bieen fountleredl and1 shosws sympl~tomls oif
sof it yet. llec is aboutt eighat yeaurs ol. near fifteen
[rinds hsig.h, nnd htas a heavy mane and tail.
Any inC* rmtation respectinig the rabove dleser~lhed
Ilars-, givenl to tme in Hambhurg, ill lie thankfully
received and liberally rewarded.
WiLL I.\A M ILLER.
llamburg Dee4 It 47
TE.\CIIEII is wanted to take charge of the
AHor's Creek Mle Acadletmy. One comope
tent tu,.instvtnet in hs.thl. Moderni atnd .\nei-at Lani
guaties, and cans bring good -r.connnenldaitiosS will
find an eclleut s:tnlationt by making in iediate ap
lici(ationi to ueither of thes Stibscribe si. Ie mcnust be
u ntirely uthaern ini principal anid feeling.
.it ulN II. FA IR,
B. P. TI LLM1.N.
Dec 1 tf -16
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
r llE Firm~lof IIOLLIN( SWOftTl & NICIlIt -
L is this slav di-wolved1 by intuattl coslent.
All thluo indebited t'o thlem are reefted to settle
Oct. 19th, 18~5.
'TihlE ndrgned. feing~t thanstkrn1 for the( very
i.l'.beral pmatrniage ht-ret'of' re bestowedl 5.n hiim.
womuld say to his frienlds tl~mt he intends carrying
Onl thle bulinlen onl is owtn nlses'ilIl, ;iid thierefosre
solicits a conltinanalce of pint favo. rs.
F. 31. NICiIOL.AS.
Oct 20 ff 40
Ladies Circular Cloaks.
~NOW D EN & SH E AR, Anina Oa-,
A.lhave just receive1 at 5upply it' Ladies Yelvet
CIRCULA R CLO.AKS. and LaMirs black wa
tered and plain blnck SII.K CLOA KS.
.\sui, a splendhid asshrtmen~t ofC I aiies Embllroid.
dered Valencie~nl.a., lAe anid Paris Trimmedls .
Sioqusqjuitan Collars, Sleeves atnd Chimanse'tti., 0'
flew and elegant styles-to whlich they respiectflly
invite tihe att,-ntisin of the I-adies.
5. & S. will receive, in a few days. T.adies black
Clssth Cloaks, milade of a beautiftul fabric.
Whliskey, Rum, Brandy, &c.
([O B.\'R ELS Rectifled. Menningahela atnd Mui
UU er's (11d Rye WIIISKE~Y,
New Englanld :airt .hutnnlica RLCM,
AmIlericanl atnd I loI'and5 0IN.
A ml~e:n alld F'rsueh IR.4ND Y,
Mlade-ira, Teneriffe andi MlaInga WIKER.
Pelpermlintt, Cinnamront and Perfect Lsove COR
L EXtON SRLUP, lby the Gllalln or llottle.
Irisht and. Scotchi WIIIXKAE'Y,
Cider andl Wilte Winle [INEC:A R.
Pint, Ilaif-pint an~d Qunart FJ..ISN.
Weine. I'.mon Syrtm, ande ['srter BO TTLES,
DE MIJOiINS, n'a siZeS.
E. I101DG ES, A ..r
Nov 29 if 46
Edgefield Flying Artillery,
Y OU are he reby commtanded to be andi nppenr
at your regular parade groundl at Fdzecdieldi
( . IL., 'n Saturday tile litha Deenmber foir JDrill
and I ustructison.
By order of Capt. W. C. .310RA GNE.
V. 3M. Wurr, Clerk.
Dec 1 2t 46
Pickles, Preserves, &c.
AFULL supply 'if nil tile absive articles con
tanty on hland. Also. Pepper. G;inger, Spie,
'Table Salt, Siardines, Sale at us, Kettps..\ lstards,
l.obster and Sahnon int Catniers, and1. every~ article
psually foutnd in a Fatmily Grumcery. For sale isy
E. 1100GtES, Auvr.r
Nov 29 tf 4
\LL Person< indebited to thse Estnte of Stn
limore MI. I luaitein, dee'd., will matke inmmedi
ate paiymient, aind thouse hsaving denmlnds aga~inst said
Estate will rendser thenm in forthwithi, properly :st
tested. J. A. BlAND, Adlhn'r.
Nov 25 3m11 45
T7IIE PUBLIC arc remlinded, if they' wish to
to avail thlem~selves of the bienefits arising fromit
nan Act piasedl at the last Session of Con.gress, to
reduce atnd mlodify the rates of Postage, that thley
miust coml~e forwvarl riand pay tup thleir postasge in ad
vance, otherwise it will be chaurgedl .1ahssie.
G. IL. P EN N, P. 31.
No- 3 ft de2
*Valuable Negroes for Sale.
l[EY will be solsd on time to suit purchasersl
.fromll one to fire ventrs. Interest paidl antnally,
Enquire of air, I. P. Butler, Eslgefield C. ii.
Peia tf 4
Flint Hill Academy;
T TIE Trustees take pleasure in announcing ti
T the puhiie, thI: t they have engated for the en
suing year, the services of Mr. W. BLAXO, gradu
ate of 4glethoirpe College, Georgia.
The School will open on the 2nd Monday in -Tan
uary next, and the* Scholastic year will consist of
Ten 31toitls, lit the following rates, viz:
Spelling. Reading, Wsiting and Elem:entary Arith
.tie ........................... $12 00
Geogralhv. Grammar, A r'thmetic, i)ecla
mntioen amndl Conpositien........... 16 00
Aigebra:url the htigher braciehes of Math
enuti.es....................... 24 00
F.atn. Greek. ke................. 30 00
G(,ml Board eann be obtained in the neighbor.ood
at $7.t0I per month.
'La For further particulars, please apply to cithei
of the Udtersigned.
TI1OS. PAYNE, ' -3
1l. CON NOALY, i
JAS. 11. M.\IS. ?
Dec 1 5t 46
r IE RIDGE FEMALE SCiOOL will oper
_ on the first 'ienday of January next, near the
residecee of the Uidersigned. utnder the charge o
!i~s MARY E. JnUIIAN. This lady received her edu.
cation utider the instruction of theilev. Dr. ,ohn
srn, from whvom ed brings high reconniendations
She is also favoralv known in this Distric as at
istruetor of vouth.
I The branehes of (edueation usually taught in Fw
Imsale Acalemies with Music, will be tnught in thi:
at the usual prices.
G' eood Board ean be obtained in the neighborhood
at $t,00 per nmotnth.
El.rAT.\ WVAThON, /
. A. i IlTO N~, .'Truetee'
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Male School
,II ILL h' opened on the 1st Monday of January
next, a little below Mr. Wade I luistein'm rei
deneuner the chtarge of %fr. Kr.srv, who wit
taulght 11V lev. Mr. Krnnedty. oef A d- rmon, and ii
' fimsrabv knowne in this District as an instructor o
'Tie umial bramches of cdueation attended to in
.Maie Ae leimies inetudinig tihe Classics, &c., will be
taught at the usual price i.
WAI.E 10USTON, ql
J. Nf. NORMlS,
JARVIS AS2EI. .
Ridge, Nov 24 tr 45
Noti c e.
TOIIN M..WITT having purchased the
l exclmsive interest of the MACHINE .1101
of .te ewrs. Brsus::... & WTT. will keep constantlv
ol hand the ftoillowicg article, in coemplete and ex
cellemnt order.ned at the Augustita prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
iatde of all s:zes aced according to order.
Pannel Doors, Iindlow Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
lled Stead,. Tables. Wash Stands. Chairs. Beau
renmus, Writing Desks. Work Stantd. Book
Cases' aend all ether Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
nerairind and .Jeb Weerk of every kind appertaining
to ther above articles, :mid Furimture cf every des.
riptiun, limne proneptly itd upon the most liberal
Edy efield C. T1.. lDee l. 1852. - tf 46
R e moval !
T1IIE T uderaignted respectfulliy infoerms his oei
c. ustomcers, friends and the publie grenerally tihal
he hmas ru~eoved tee his BRICK STOltlE, den Cenetre
Street. Ihet weenm .\essrs. .loECAen Smta m 0anGR63sG
R ocsissos, where he eeI1ers for ecale a genmeral assort
Sir. Fr.mee I lorer.s is mmy duly authlorise'd Agentl
tee sell Geoeds, and time buseicess will bee conductud
tnder tihe ..tyle oef E. 1101)0-:s, .\gent.
11. A. K IENRICK.
Ilanmurg. Noev 29 tf 46
GENERAL ColMtION MERCHANTS,
BOYCIE & Co-s W1L\RF,
CHARLESTON. s. C.
gg- Referenc-W. P'. lit'ra.rec. Eelgefielhd C. T1T.
.E. WII..\OT W.\LTIR,
R. T. WAL-KERt.
Nov 2.4 tf 45
Brogans, Boots and Shoes !
AT NO. 30, EAST BAY, CNA'RT.STON, S. C.
(/' lE1 Subh'eribe'r ol'ers feer sale a L.\ RGE anti
A ENTE.NSIVE Steeck of the aboveie Goeod.
whih w11l be sold Wholeesamle aend Retail at 3.0w
Ile would resepe'tfilly esolicit anid examcinationl ol
tis acsertemet tby 31erchmants and P'lanters visiin
Oi7 rders~ will have prompt attentioen.
R. A. PRINGLE,
No 30, East Bay. Chcarletonm, S. C.
Nov 17 -- 2 44
EXTENS1IVE SALE AND IlRE OF
TfilE Subsccriber hna itg e'ffeeted the sale of hie
.. 1.annd, aend inm order to etuet ii coetemnplated
chpa~ge eof business in ti I )ia-rict. flers for sale t
TESDA Y, 21st iDecember, about.
Fifty Likely Negroes,
Three ier Feour Thounantd Blueehels of Ciern, Forty ci
Fity stacuks oCf Fodeeder, a large lot of Seed Whmen
acne (Onts, large Steecks of
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP, &C.
I ousehldIe Fumrnitmere wuithc the erdlinary appuirtennne
*e. among ickh is an e'x'ellenmt P'inneo Forte, o
tme latest tind meost imptlrovedl emeuretuttre.
Ailm. will be lIire'd out, foer thte emnsning year, ai
te' samte tieme and pieec nbomut
FOR TY-FIV'E OOD FIELD H ANDS,
ITwe ('arpeniters, (Chambermnius, Nurses. &c.
Alse, a semll rematininig Stoeck of GOODS, will
be di esed eof at publie Au~ctieon.
A!see, varioues other ttrtiek-s nmot mentioned, will b(
oTred feor see.
The sale andl Iire will commnee on Tuescday
and centinue fromn day tee day until coneecluded.
T.~erm made known onm day' of sale.
Dece1 3t 46
'Y 'eirttuceeof an Order from A. II. Foirt. Faq.
1Ordineary of L~exingtomn Dlistriet, I will sell or
aneed'ay 'ned Truesday, the 13th and 14th of De'
eeernext, at time homte place. known as Pine
Plesnet. inm Edgetield, nndi nt the meill place kniewr
ts Itecky Spring or Edisto, in Lexingmton, on Friday
te' lt of the e'ame mionth,. all the personaul pro.
pert)y of .James B. Coileeman, dee'ed., conmsistineg of
Steck of Ho[crse's. NMgles, Cattle'. Hogs, foeur or five
pair well broke Steers, a .'neik. Wiegonms. Black
smeit's, Carpenters' nllen t mtieon Tools, lime enetire
ICrep, IHoeusehoee!dl :nnh Kitechen Furmiture. and vari
otns tther thcings enot meentionedl.
Termes madee knoewn on deay of sale.
W. L. COLEM1AN, Adm,'r.
gr P. 5.-All persons indebted to W. L. Cole
mmnm or to W. L,. & P'. J1. Celemuan. or toe the Estat,
ef .1. B. Ceelemnan, dee'd., are earnestly requteste<
to settle imedineltehy, and all those having demnan
aginteit the same are respectfully solicited to pre'scu
hem forthmwith,. in propjer ferm. W. L. C.
rockery and Glass-Ware.
IGEN FR.\ L assortmnent of Crockery, Glai'
Ian tid Chima Ware. For alde by
E. HODGES, AGENT.
Neov 29 tf 41i
Tea, Canidles, Sugars, &c.
- p .\CK, Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperial anm
I) Young ilysoin TE.\, ini Half, Quarter, Eightl
bexes andl Catties, also at reta'il.
Sprmi, Aedamntinec and Star CA1/DLES,
(rushedeh Po-.vdlerced aem Clarifieed SUGA R,
'Trpen'ttine, Tfeilet andu Shaving SOAP.
Feir sate by . E. 110ODGES, AGENT.
v. 2on 4r6
lMt, Lebanon University,
BIENVILLE PARISH, LA.
UE Undersigntd, a Committee of the Thanral
I . of Trustees of the IN1OUNT LEBANON
UNIV ERSITY, are desirous to engage the services
or a Professor of Ancient Langiuges and Alathe
itinties for the Acetnie yeil airf Eleren months,
beg:nning on the first Ablnday in March next.
To gentIlan thoroughly iqualified in the De
partiieit aleve referred to, a salary caf twelve hun
dred dollars per ainnum will be guarantied.
This is a new Iustittation located in one of the
most agreenble and lialthy neighboirhoods in North
i Louisiana, removed fron every indcement to disi
pat~on and viee. It i4 under the ntlep'ees ind con
nol of the North I .auisana Ba:.tist Convention, and
toa i "entlemnan of large acequirements atonl distin
iished rrputatiou otlars prospectively high induce
The expenses of a fanily would be small. The
situation is healthy, ceitral fand easy of acev<; and
the Trustees lauk with eti.fidenee to a promiipt nnah
liberal patroage Mf this, the frst huititutioni of Ihe
kind attenpted ti be raim-d up in a region full of
resoAulresaa in a ralpiad state of develoiiment. It is not
intenidaed tao cotlfine its benefits to anV oE Ijeiominia
tion ; but Pupil%; if all irsuasiln will be gladly rt
eivel and guarded against all attempts at prusely
It is desirable that gentlemen applying for this
situation should furnish unquestionable testimonials
Ef their competeny to cionduct pupils through a
complete course oif the Greek and Latin Languages
and the pure and mixed Mathmeimatie4. A., early as
practicable thesc Departments will be separated : for
the first year, however, they are unavoidably united
unlder one had.
A pplientiolis, necpanied with testnonials. may
be aldressed (iost paid) ta COil. Getrge-W. Ragers,
Secretary of the Boaard of Trustees, uiitii the first
day of .auary next, witin a selectoi will be Inlde
fromla the alapliennts and prollpt not.ce given to the
B. EG.\N, President,
T. A. KEY,
6 Eo, W. ROGERlS,
J. R. PITMAN.
%It Lebaion. Bienvill Parih. L .
Nov 12 45
RIGH FALL- DRY GOODS.
0 tao infaorm the ilpuliie, that their Fall Stock
f iof Sta ple naid Fauey Dry Goods
ii now camplete. In addition to our Store we have
udded a handcmu
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
whlere wtill be faund the Richest Iress Fambrics of
the wseain. at the lowest New York cash pric s.
Aintang which are:
Rtich Broaede Dress; SIT.KS and SATiNS:
Extra fine white aid black Brocade S;lks and
Satin:. plaln and Chintliln do.:
Plahl and Striped 5iks; rich Jr6i Paplinu and
it.hi culored anal lainek Silk Velvets;
l.li Satin liraaeie Cashimeres;
Extra fine Satinu, Amaerienn
] ark and White Watered Silks;
Plain blck S:hks, all widhih -s
Small figurel baek Silks; Half Maourning Silks.
Blavc and colopredl Alpavns andl 11imbinles ;
Blaek and calored li'aacade Alpaeas:
Fr-ich anid Englrish M1erinos and Caushmereis:
aluslin )elaintes. Ginglmis and Calico, in great
ovariely of styles iial prievs ;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
'Will be fund, the latest styles of coloreal and
a VELET C.OAKS, S.ACKS and NIAAN
iCoth Cloaks anol Mantillas. neit anal comifrtable,
Bk, Caa'ad and Wateread Silk mitilas, of all kindals,
1aLr and1( Saymre. Wooaaalen Shamws, ill great variety
Plain Crape Shamwla, very low prieard,
A few extra rich Emba. Umrnple Shiawa.
In our Domestic Department
We can sav thmat we keep all the fii a,e2 h~alad f
KKltSEYS, O)SNABUS nmna 1L.ANKETS,
anal can ailiaral to sell thiem at factoary .prices asa well
asa our neighbaraa.
Spa.-e'al attenltiaan is reque~steud to 50 bales of the
beast KERSEV ever braaughit Suthi. (bontzht at nuc
tiaan,) 5 ents per ynird less thant finetary prices,
Samtinets, .lenuils, Tweeds, Cloths, tasimuerea, and
Flannels oaf all kindas,
Anda n grent variety of othier GaOODS, to which
we request time attentioan of thme public.
Oct 2( tf 41
IVTIHE Und~aersigned ha~ving tamkeii the UrIck Store,
otppoaaaite thme A melariennl I itata andl next aloar taa
Warighit, Nichlalis & Cai., would respectfutlly call the
atteniaon sf is rriendsal amid the pulie genierally, to
htis NELW fad well se.h etead Stock of
Boots, Shoes and Trunks,
IMetn's Thiek Waater Proof mid Fitae Dres' 1'oots,
Gen~its Fine Coengress Gaiters, of the latest style.,
Nao I Plnttationi Shoes, JUays and Youth's ]kaots and
.\isses' andl Chiladren's Strong anad Fncy Sh~ocs,
Ladies Flne Silk TIhicjk Saale Gaiters anid Srperua,
Jdeinny Linda Walkintg Shames,
Servanit's Nihoes or thle beat style and qmuality.
A large anal splenadiad ass-,rtmlentt of
HATS AND CAPS.
All aof which he pledges himiself tam sell VERY
I.. W fear cash, or (al timeW te punlctual dealers.
All thtase wiethimng any Gb.nis :n tite above line
will final it toa thmeir interest taa en(1 anad extamine his
Stnek he fore purchiasing elsewhere. Please call anda
eltoawe for yaaurselves, as gos will freely he shown
toaAu, antoe (wha) itay favor hiim with a enll.
Uanmhurg. Oct 1 3mi 38
P ri Coloaredi anal lack V ELVETS of various
1 kinds fear .\amtillas anad Claeaks. A few piees
af hlandiseal p-,lishedl CLOYI'l foar l.nadies Clonks,
wihme olt f the ihest trimnmninaga nmae. For
sale ceep at G RAY BROTYIIERS.
Anugit.ta, G;a., Nev 17 tf 44
(1R.\Y hlROTiltS, A ueusta. Ga., have now
X ini Staare a full suipply of Rlich atnd Eleanait
Btruissels; Threeply, lngramne anal Caattan CA itlPETS
with Rlurs nal Druggets to matach, which thmey
alehr taa thle paublieceemp.
Nov 17 tf .44
CR.\YBROTil ERIS, hamve oan hanal a largae as
Xseartmen.lt ofh i lA N K ETS, aaf vfaious kindas.
Praaineby saamea of the tiniept Saxaony Woeol Ii in
iwhied, imipaarteda. Whith a largen:ssartmient aof Lower
Graies and Plantatian Blanket'., wiche we are
Naav 17 tf 41
State of Sotuth Carolina,
IN COMIMON PL EA.
Silas Liliential, )
em Decl. in Attachment.
Richard Baiey. )
Uil E Paintiff in the above ease having this day
f.itl his Deetaratiaan in nay Oltice, nami the D~e
fendant having neither Wife noir A ttearney knaawn
to residle witin thet linmits of this State on whomn a
copy of said Deelaration with a ruile taa pienad cn
hec servedl, Omn moation eof .\lr. MacCuosE., Attoerney
fer Plaintiff: Orudered that said D)efendant apapear
andia pcleaa sanil I)eelnrtionls withimn a year nnad a
day fraom the dhate he.reaaf, ear judgment will be
awarded against him by defauht.
TIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, .Jlne 1, 1852. hy 20
1'HE D.\X1.\TES done to the "~ Iinmhulre and
1.Eadge(field Plank Loand." oeceniedla by thie
hevy rnins of Thutrsaday anal Friay boat, have lbeen
repired, aid the' Raond is now in good tratvelinig
order its etre length.
1i. A. KENRTCK, President.
Hatmbutrg, Nov 29, 3L 46
XLL4 Persoins having demands against the estate
aef Luke S. lanld, dee'd., will render thlem in
duly attestead, and thotse indebatedl by naete or open
acount will make pnymlenat, bay the Fourth of D~e
eentber next, as the heirs anre all of age, atnd I am
determined to close up time estate.
WM. MlOBLEY, Admi'r.
Oct 6 3m 38
TQ U\GS Auguista Catnal FLOUR, for saic low
a he E. 110DG KS. AGEN'T.
T IAVE this day assote( Mr. TO.1MAS E.
IIT in business with me, which will in future
be trausacted under the firm of Bowras & Irrr.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hlamburg, Nov 5, 1852. .
A LL persons indebted to S. E. Iowsns, wil
.? . please t.sll and pay their notes and necounts,
sit I aim desirous of cles:ng my old bilsines i,.nnie
Iliatelv. S, E. BOWEULS.
laimburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Family Grocery I
1T E KEEP constnntly on hand a larce and
V well assorted Stock of GHOCERItEsI, viz:
Bacon, LardI Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Ihalf and Quarter Barrels, and Family Mess
Mnckersl in Kit.,
SPERM4- ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LiNsEIED OIL, RAXINX. AL
MONDS, NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
CA-N DIES .
SPICES ALL KINDS, EX0kED MEEP & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WVINVES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rre 'Vliiskey,
A Well selmeted Stock of .iCROCKERY nnd
GLASS WARE. BOWE RS & 111''.
]Iamburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43
State of South-Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, r
Wmn. F. Elam and others,
vs. Bill for Partition.
Patrick H. Elam.
B Y virtue of an order from the Court of
Eguity, I will sell on Moiday the 20th of
December, at the late residence of Mary Elam,
the following real and personal estate-,'vherein
the said Mary Elain has surrendered her life in
One Tract of Lind, situate in this District,
containing sixteen hundred (1600) aeres, more a
fr less, lying in part on Harris' creek and ad
joining lands of George McKie, Mrs. Polly Ham
mnond, John Adams, John Jones and others. W
This plantation is one of considerable vialne,all jI
in Lood repniir, just 18 miles from Hamburg,
timbered with'oak and hickory, well ab:pted to e,
to the growth of cotton and-corn, and as to p,
health and good water, unsurpassed this side (f ti
the muountains. There are upon the tract two
comfortable dwelling houses, with gin house, k(
screw, and all necessary ont buildings. Altoge- in
ther it is a very valuable plaice, nd one of the
most desirable stands for at public house in the
And upon the same ocension, fonrteen likely
negroes. na follows : Tom, Tony, Robert, Judy
and her child Marthn, Matilda and her two child
ren Charity and Mary, Frances, Manga and her rl
child John, Louisa, Amy and Nancy. Also, four J
head of tules and horses, some thirty or forty h;
hiad of cattle, the like number of hogs, some
forty or fifty hend of sheep, divers articles of T,
household and kitchen . furniture, a wagon, an th
ox cart and it sup py Of plantatiotrtools and in- c
elements. of husiidry. Ih
Also, Fitteen Hundred Bushels tif Corn and
Forty Stacks Fodder. ",
Tie real estate above described, will lie sold :1
on n e-rdit of one and two years, in egjnal ann- r
al instlmeints, and the personalty on i credit LI
of twelve months from the day of sale, except
as to so much as will defray the costs and expen
ses of this suit which must be paid in ensh.
Purchlasers will be re-quire-d to give Bonds, with:
ampjle suretv, to secure the purchase money. A inl
plit of the land will be in: readiness on the day
of ale. A. SI3IK INS, e. E. E. D. -
Nov. 15, 1852. 5t 44A
gr The Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel will
copy until day of sale, and forwnrd neet. to this
State of Souti a in-I
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, o
IN EQUITY. en
lames Neal and others, - Bi.frPriin ,
Nancv Neal and others.
1Egn:itvy in this ease, I will proceed to sell1 Ti
at Edgetield C. II. on the first Monday in: .Janu
arv next, the following lands, v!z:
I. A portion of the hom~estea:d traet, compri- .
sing foiur hundred aeres, more or less, situated air
in thre Dist riet aforesaid. arid lying on Pen:n ereek,
the boundaries to be given more neeurately un
d::y of sale.
2. A tract of land contaning eight hundred --
ares, moIre or less, situate as -above, lying ont
TJurkey ereek an~d adjoining lands of Avory r
Band, Aquila Miles, Etigeie Burt and others. j
23. Another tract of land, containing one huon- E,
dred an:d three acres, moure or less, antd adjoining i
lands of Engene Burt, Avorv Bland an:d oithers. e
4. A body of land near .iddgeflield C.1II., a:d- de
joinirag lands of Francis WV. Piekenis, Fraiicis H. as
Wardtaw and othecrs, whlichi is to lbe run off into eni
seven lots, ats near equal as may be, and thus
Th~e above are fine lands and shotuld command
the attention of all purchasers of real estate. f
Plats of th~e different traets andl of the laist men
tioned seven lots will lbe exhibited on the day of ,
Terms of sale.-A credit of one and two years
from day of sale, with: intrerest from~ and after --
thet expiration of the first year, exc-ept a~s to so
mnhas will defray the costs of this suit which
must be paid in cash. The purchase moey tot
be seenred by Boiids with sutticient surelies. A'
Purchasers to pay for titles. In,
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D. n
Nov. 10, 1832. 7t 4 4jP
State of South Carolina,
B:tton Mims and others, '
vs.Bill for Partitioin, /
James R. Garrett, Will- (and Account. J
inmz Garret t, anid others.JI
IJEqutity in this case, I will sell at Edgefield Itl
C. H. on the first Monday in Jan~uary next, the
following tracts or paircels of hm~d, viz:
1. A tract or parc-el of sixty four neree, situate
in th~e District aforesaid on. Stephen-i's creek, and
bounded by hands of Thomas M~cKic, WV. G.
MclKie and Samu:el Getzen. f
2. A traict or parcel of six acres, situate as tI
above, lying on Walters of, Horn's creek, atnd ai
adjoinin'g lands of Thos. RL/McKie. T
3, A tract or parcel of sixty four acres, sold by ni
Mrs. Eliz. Garrett, as to her life estate to Wmn.
Garrett arid by himu to Samuel Getzen.
Plauts of the above tracts or pareels, of land '
will be prepared and exhibited on the day of
sale, more accurately.defining.their situation and]
These lannds will be sold on a eredit of.twelve !l
months from the day of sale, except ais to the r
costs of this suit which will be required in ensh
Purchasers to give bonds with adequate sureties.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E.D
Nov. 15, 1832. 7t 44 -
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS. at
as Dec'on in At tva'nt.
Talinfero & Torhet,
TilE Plaintill' in thte above stated ease, having
Lthis day filed his Declaration in miy Otlice, anid
the D)efendant having neithecr wife nor Atiorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, Onl
whom a copy ot said Declaration with a rule to 1
plead enn tbe served: On niotion of Mr. MiAarnr,
Attorney for Plain:tiff: Ordered, That said Defenid
ant appear anid plead to said Declaration within a
ver andl a dauy fromt the date hereof, or in default g
thereof judgment will be entefed anainst h~im.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Officee, Oct 13. 1862. ly 43
Oak Grove Academy.
TIIE Exercises of this institution wvill be re
sumied again on the First Monday in .laniuary- n
im M. C. CLARK.
BY STEAMERS AND SOUT
Wi. P.U I
iin receipt of an Extensive, E
FALL AND WiP
(:7 The Community and Pu
Dquested to call and examine t
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 13,
Aare-House and Commission
HAMBURG, S. C.
WALKER & CO., beg leave to inform the
La public get.rally, that they continue the
farehouse k Commission Business,
the stand oeenpied by them for the two past
istons, and previously by Wat.xen &t BRAttroup.
The Ware-Hlouse is in good order, and being lo
ed in the highest part of Town, is safe from high
ter. The late freshet barely reaching the lower
ors-not the least damage was done to Cotton.
A. W ALxER will evote his personal attention,
lusively to the bousiness, and hopes from long ex
rience, and a desire to please, that none will leave
ev stablislment dissatisfied.
Tlwee who paitrnize our Ware-ITouse, will he
pt constaitly advised of the state of the produce
Cash advances made on produce in store, when
sred. A. WALKER,
1). L. ADAMS.
Oct27 Gm 41
Hardware and Cutlery!
I 11E Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens
of Edlgetield and the Upper Districts, that he
opened a large and geieral Stock of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
gether with every other article connected with
I lardware business, at the 4ld Staml formerly
uipied by 11. A. Kr.NaRcC, and nearly opposite
laving recently returned from the North, where
pureases has been made from Manufacturers
I at the LOWEST CASIH PRICES, I would
eeti'tlly invite the public nad my old friends to
me me a ell before purchasing elsewliere, as tly
Hk eomblines every article in the Hardware line,
d i ent irely/ nsew!
Taburg, Oct 27 3m 41
?The Abbeville Banner, Greenville Mioun
eer, Laurensville'1lerald and Aniderson Gazette,
l copy 3 m~onths and forwvard hills to J1. H.
bbey Green Female Institute,
By liiss Sophuia Chapin.
'I11S Institution is locnted seven miles North, o
Edlgefleld C. 11., and within sight of Elton
. It is situated -in a remarkably henlthy portion
the District, and convenient to an exeellent
ring. The building is entirely new, large and
he Iustruetress. Miss CHAP:N, has the reputatIon
eing an experienced and talented Teacher.
he Elemnttary, and all thec higher brnehes of
glishi, together with Latina and French are taught.
nti per Session of five mnths fo'r all branches
cept .\usic,................... .$10 00
isie, inceludinig use of Pinnio..........25 00
flned Boa.rd can be obtained in thme neighnborhoo~d
ti, pe r Mon~tth. Foir further informaation, if de
a, aply to either of the undersiened.
S. W. N ICllOff-N,
JOSEPli ADA MS.
et 28 4m* 41
i 0 PAY the debts of the Estate of M. Brtun
.sonl, dlee'dl. All who are indebted to said
tte atrc expected to pnty upi Ott or betere thte 25th
-ember next. Those hiavitng dlemnands will pre
at themn in due form to the subscriber, as lie is
erined to muake as large a return of said Estate
aassible this year. A word to the wise is sutli
ta. D. D. BRUNSON, Admn'or.
o v.100Ut 43
LL Persons. indebted to the Estate of!I. A.
KdHel,dee'd., prior to his 5ale, aro requested to
ike immediate patymient, and those having claims
inst said Estate, will present themt proprerly at
ted. 1). A. J1. BELL, Admn'r.
o 24 2me 45
LT, Persons aire hereby cautioned ngainst trad
king for a Note, given by the Subneriber to
. Stninlsker, for the sum of Seventy-three dol
, dted 3rd Novemiber 1852 ,and due one day
er the dlate thereof, for I amn determined not to
t~said Note utnk-ss compelled by law, as the cona
ritions for which it was given have failed.
Nov 2 185'2. 3t 45
LL Persons indebteud to me by Note or Open
Account contrated~ previous to thae flrst of
mnary lost, are earnestly requtested to pay themi.
leavy paymtents ini Itank within the next Thirty
d ixtv Insys compels tae thus publicly to make
ereque-st, which 1 trust will not be unh.-edled.
W. P. BUTLER.
ov 24 tf 45
T4T. Persons indebted to me either by note or
.. open account, are earnestly regntestedl to come
wnrd and pay up, as longer indulgence than until
efirst day of January next, will lhe given. My
ea atad semmis will be placed in the hands of
tos. G. Krev, Esq., on thec first dlay of January
*xt, which tare taut paid pre.viously.
Dnmntonsvile. Nov 24 . 6t 45
ERSONS Indlebted to.Assigned Estate of John.
Lyon, can have 3he privilege of settling with
Suh.bscriber without Cosrs, utntil the first Monday
.Jatury next, after which time the notes andl ne
unts will be plhiced in te htands of N. L. GalFFtN,
., for collection.
S. F. GOODE, Assmas.
Nov. 20 6t 45
LT Persons indebted to the Estate of Ihardy
White, dlee'd., tire requested to make inmnedi
epaymtentt andl those having dlemanads against the
ae, will render themt itt proiperly attested.
.AMES H1. WhITE ' Adm's
W. i1. G RIFFITII.j
Nov. 17 3mti 44
Ad iitao' Notice.
SLL Persons having demands against the Es
Stale of A. 11. Coleman, dee'd., are requested
presett them properly attested, and those in
bted previous to his death, by Note or Accounit,
i mke imoumediate paymtent, ats further indul
mee will not be given.
WILSON ABNF.Y, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 36
LL Persons inidehtedl to the Subscriber by note
.or opetn aecounat, are enrnestly re-quested to
ake payimettt by or before thle irst of Jantaary taext.
11. A. SIllW.
o 10 Ot 43
H CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
andsome and Splendid Stock of
blic Generally are respectfully
hem at No. 1, PARK Row.
W' THE Frienda of Col. F. W. PICKENS
heg 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
comes our duty to select his successor with
care; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. PicEEns should
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.
ii" TnE Frienda of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him ia a candidate to rep.
resent this Congressional District in the next
Congress, Mr. BUIT 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 wic;hes on the subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling public opinion
n his favor against any individual.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWING
Bacon, Lard and Flour, atard in Ooze.,
Bieef Tongues, Caper.,
Cheese, Fruits in Brandy,
Pine A pple C'heeme, Strawberry. Raspbury,
Mlackerel, in Barrel3 and Blackbury Jams and
Salmon, in Kitt., Pick'd'Sarsalrass, Stmawbury,
Fresh Sahmuin, IRaaspbury anad Lemon
" Sackerel, j yrup.,
" Clam., Lemon and Lime Juice,
Sardine., 1-2and 1-4 box' Assorted Candies,
Pickled P,,rk, "' Ki.ses,
" Beet, Bl'k and White Pepper
" Shad, White Mlustard Seed,
Porto Rico Sugar, Ground and- Race Ginger.
Stewarts Coffe~e Sugar, Bermuda Arrow Root,
Superior Brown "' Prepared Fauna, food for
LAoaf and Crushed " Infants,
Pulv'd and Clarified do Colgate's Pearl Starch,
Java and Lagumira CoffeSoda and Sal Aeratu.,
Jamaica and Rio " Sal Sodand Salt Plter,
31lolasses. Table and Sack Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adamantine,
Teas, Tallow Candles,
3Maccaroni and Vermi- Turpentine, Soda, and
cilia, ;Fanicy Soap..
Rice and Rice Flour, :Blacking and Blacking
Soda Cracker., |Bruuhies,
Boston dlo 'Wine and Stoughton's
Sugar do Bitters,
Jumble.& Ginger Cakes, Porter and Ale,
IAyor Raisins, .Olive Oil,
Currants and Citron, Castor Oil,
SMaise, Nutmeg., Cloves, Wrighting Ink.
Pickles anid Ketchup., .Segars and Tobacco,
Pepper Sauce., ,Tub., Buckets and Pails
West India Preserves, .Willow Basket.,
Ginger do -Brooms, &c., &c.
French Mustard, i
A dded to the~ above, is a general assortment of
WINES. CORDi ALS and LIQUORS, all of
which wilt be sold L.OW ro1 Casn. by
F. M. NICIIOLAS.
Nov 3 tf 42
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
T liE Subscriber, having purchased elsewhere
in the District and being deuirous of removing,
oirs for saTe the place on which he now reside.,
within a mnile of Edgefield Village. The Tract con
Five Hundred Acres,
one hailf of which is in wood., the other half cleared
and in cultivation. One hundred and fifty acres of
the cleared land has been opened within the last three
or four year.. Almost all the wood-land is of ex
e~llent quality, oak and hickory growth, tnullatto soil.
It is finely adapted to the production of Corn, Cotton
and smiall grain.
On the premises is a comfortable dwelling-house.
Te out-buildings are of the best description-large
and conImodio'us Barn and Stables, Shock Houses
and Waggon Shelters. The Gin House and Serew
are cntirely new, or choice materials, and built ac
cording to the most approved plans.
The only test of the excellence of his tract of
which the subscriber would speak is the crop which
it has borne this year and which is there tot the in
setion of those desirous to purchase.
A fine Well and a never-failing Spring of excel
lent free-stone water arc among the other advantages
of thuis tract. S. S. TOMPKINS.
Nov 3 tf 42
Mansion House for Sale !
rg1HiK Subscriber oefi-ra for sale his HOTEL in
Sthe Village of Edgefleld, which was occupied
for eight or nine years by CnAaRLaS CoM~lT.
The Stand iS one of the best in the place, the
Hlouse being always well patronized. Provisions
being~ cheap, now is the time to engage in the Hotel
business. if not sold by thme 10th December, I will
renit for the ensuinig year.
Also, for Sale,
Two ITonses and Lots on the Street leading to
the* Pine house. Each hosuse contains four rooms
and each Lot an dcre of Land. For further par
ticulars apply to GECO. A. ADDISON.
Oct 27 - 6t 41
L~anud for Sale.
B Y an Order of Wyett Hlolnmes, Alex. Nixon
and Pleasant Doolittle, Arbitrators, and by
consent of those interested, thero will sold by Lewis
Jones, Sheriff, on a credit of twelve mouths, at
FEdgefield C. H., on the first Mionday in December
next, all that Tract of Land, embracing, the various
Tract. formnerly owned' by Littleton King, Joshua
King, Bartlet King, .James King, Jusiath King and
William King, and bounded by lands of Thomas
Garrett, Dempsy Bussey, Edward JDoolittle and
others, and lying on the waters of Gunell's Creek
and waters of Steven's Creek-containing two hun
dred and sixty-six acres, more or less.
Purehasers to give note and two approved securi
ties. Costa to be paid ini Cash, on the execution of
Nov 1004t . 43
m BOXES prime GOSHEN CHEESE,
OUV For sale by E. HODGES, Aae.'r.
Nov 29 tt 46
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
A CONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Onlons,
.C.Oranges, Lemons, Coconuts, &c., may be
found at E. HlODGE8, losar,
Planters Hotel for Salei,
AT EGEFIr C, N., S. C.
AS the present occupant of this
widely celebrated and most valua-.
ble HOUSE of ENTERTAIN
MENT is desirous of entering into other bune".
the Subscribers nmi. ofer it for private sale until the
first Monday in January next, at which time, if not
previously sold , it will be offiered at public ont cry.
The terms to be made known on the day of sale.
The principal Building contains fifty Room*, in
eluding a superb Bar-Room, and has attached to it
an excellent Brick Kitelicen. a Smoke House, &c.,
an abundant well of water in the yard, large and
comiimodiouse Stables, with one hundred and twenty
Stalls, and all other necesary out-buildings. The
Hotel lot contains two and one-half acres, more or'
less, with a large vegitable Garden.
This Hotel is in first rate repair. has' a fine pat
ronage, and is situated in one of the most conveni
ent and commanding locations for custom in our
Village. It has had a long run of support, and in
known almost as extensively as Edgefeld Village
itself. having been first owned by Benj. Frazier,
next by C: J. Glover, then by C. H. Goodman, last
by Hurt & Doby. and now by John Doby.
We will also offer, for sale, in the same manner.
Lot No 2, immediately in front of Bushnell's
Carriage Shop, which has from sixty to eighty-feet
front, running back two hundred feet, more or less.
Lot No.3, bounded by the Hotel Let, the Spann
Hotel Lot, and Samuel Brooks, containing five
acres, more or less.
it No. 4, containing four acres, more or less,
which contains a fine meadow on both sides of Bear
erdam 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 iota last mention
ed, Samuel Brooks and by C. bi. Gray, with a road
leading therefron to the Augusta road, containing.
four acres, more or less.
Plats indicating more fully the dimensioiis and
boundaries of said Lots, will be made,-and ready for
inspection, fur any one-wishing to purchase in a few
Will be sold also, at the Fame time, the FUR-.
TURE of said Hotel, consisting of Beds and bed
ding of all kinds, Tables, Bureaus. Sideboards, Sohfs,
Carpets, Chairne, Household and Kitchen furniture,
of every description. Also the contents of the BAR
ROOM, comprehending a good Billiard Table, in
I'hoice condition, and a lot of liquors of all descrip
tions and kinds.
Also one pair of Horses, one Bay mare, one two
horse wagon and harness, one two horse Buggy and
harness, eows, hog, Ac., and a lot of cow food, corn,
fodder, and many tother articles not mentioned-.
Wr The Proprietor will take pleasure in giving
any gentlemaan as full information touching the
premises as he may desire.
JOHN L. DOBY.
JOHN DOBY, Sen'r.
Nov. 15,1852. 7t 44
The A ugusta Constitutionalist, Abbeville Banner,
Newberry -antinel and Hamburg Republican, will
each give the above four insertious, and forward
their accounts to this office.
House andLand for .
I WILL sell the well improved HOMESTEAD
on which I reside, located about one mile from
the Town of Newberry, and connected with it by a
first rate public road.
The site is a healthy one, entirely free from local
causes of disease. The dwelling hoose is substan
tially built of brick, containing ieven commodious
mnal comfortab'e rooms. The out houses are a briek
Kitchen, a brick Loom iose, a large brick Smoke
Ilouse and one of wood, comfortable Negro houses,
a large Gin House, and all other necessary out
buildings. Attached thereto is a convenient farm
of one hundred and thirty acres of Land, about fifty
acreos of which are in woods renmarlably well tim
bered. On the premises there is a spring of very
To an approved purcha3er the terms will he made
secommodating. Persons desirous of purchasing
may apply toa Mr. .lamnes F. Harrington or Dr. W
H. Harrington, either of whom will shew them the
premises and contract for the same.
Nov 17 tf-44 ~
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale,
T HE Subscriber. intending to move from the
I State, offers for sale his MIILLS, on Shaw's
Creek, about ten miles from Edgefid,Aiken and
Graniteville. - -
The Tract contains Twenty'twdlbanflred 2(2200)
acres, with a suficeient water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory. On the premises are all neees
sary improvements-frame buildings, orchards, &c.
Any information given by applinmg to the Sub
scriber on the premaises, or by letter addressed to
him at Edlgefield C. hi.
JOS. A. ADDISON.
Aug 4 _ __ tf 29
Land for sale.
T~H E Subscriber oflfers for sale the lands belong
ing to the Estate of .loseph Moore, deceased.
One Tract containing about seventy-seven acres,
sejoiningt lands of James Ra'asford, 8. Christie
One other Tract contaiaing fie and a half acres,
idjoining lands of Dr. E. J. Mainms, Mars. L. T.
~leore and others.
The above Lands lies near the Village and a
mortion of ii is well timbered and can be purchased
Lt private sale on liberaI terms.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
SFeb 12 -tf 4
J UST Beceiving a fresh supply of ikles, Pr.
serves, Sardeins, labmters, Salmeun, Citron
laisins. Prune., Essences for Cooking Fresh Mtus
ardc. . S. E. BOWERS.
Ilamburg, A pril 17 tf 16
A FINE ROOT-MAKER will fid constant
t.employment by applying to the Subscriber.
.Just received differen: gualities of LAMP OIL,
rom $I,25 to $2,00t per gallon.
Alsoe, the Blest and Cheaptst Oil in the world
hr Machinery, at $125 per Gallon.
gr 15e ct door to Sullivan A Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
Oct 27 - f 41
ALL~ those indebted to the estate of Willana
.Garrett, dee'd., are requested to mak'e pay
nent forthwith, and those~'having demands against
eaid estate will render them in properly attested,
ieording to law.
CH ARLES H AMMOND, t o
WM. G. HIAlflMOND, 5
Feb 5 tf 3'
LI IDES will be received at the Tan Yard from
ithis date. R. T. MtIMS.
Oct6,I1852P. If 38
TI HE Estates of Mr. Joel Roper and Mrs. Julia
..Ann Roper, are expected to be settled by the
10th December next, all who are indebted to the
mid Estates will make payment to the Subscriber on
yr before that time, sand those having demands will
present them properly attested before that time.
D. D. BRUNSON, Adm'or.
Nov 10 at 43
A LL those indebted to the Estate of John B. To-.
gan, dee'd., are requested to make immediate
paymuent, all those having demands to present them
A. NIX, Ad'rs. --
E. P. HOLLOWAY..
Feb 19 11m 5
JUST received from Philadelphia a supply
Rutabaga, Globe and Large Norfolk TUNIP
iiEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, Aorsr.
July 21 tf 27
PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Mra. F. E.
LPerrn,de'd.. are reqnested to call and settle,
man those having claims will present them properly
attested. ,- ,: T. H. JOHNSON,
EB. L..HlIBLER. Adm's
Nov 24 3m 45
A LL Notes due the Subscriber, individually or
.tas Executor, arc placed in the Bank of Ham
burg, for collection. Those indebted will please
muake immediate payment.
D~r. John M. Gtalphin, will act as my. Attorney,
during niy absence from the State. .
~23D, A 7pl *.