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BRIW WINTER GOODS.
Is constantly r.-ceiving, by the iatest arrvals from
New York, full suppliet of
Rich and Fashionable Goods,
Suitable for the season, to which he would respeet
fully call tie atl.ntion (of thoic visit:ng the city.
El"eganlt FrenIchl Prinited4 Detainles,
Rich Lustred lic Gro Delthine ,I
Large and Sa!l Figurcd DeLaine, ito prced,
R.ch Figirei Brocade Silks,
Fine French atid En:glish Csloredl Merinos.
Fine Bilack Statu and Drah Canism---re Shanis,
U:aek and Colored S.Ik alantillas,
I.ong and Square PI-dd Shawls,
Fine C *ureJ V-'I nels fihr Sacks.
Suprior Welch ani Silk Warp Flannels,
Fine llrscha ;nd Cashnere Shawls,
Worsted P'aids, for Chilren. Cheap,
Plain lItLk and Clores lleAines,
Fine :Black Bombazine andi A llpasce-s,
Fine Second Mlurning DleLaines,
French Embroidered Collars, vk ry Cheap,
lIich Emsbroidlered Chemisetts, With sleeves to
Jaconlet and Swiss Illsertings and Edgings,
A Large Assrtnwut of Blankets,
Flatnn cs, Satin.-ts. Tweels, Jeans,
Plains, Kersev , Casstm-res,
B-own and lilached slahirti:s and Sheeting:,
Tickinig., &e, kc.,
Which lhe is selling oti very 1--w. Plunters and their
families would do ill to give him a call, where
they will find a lnrge aswortiment of Guods at low
W TfILL b sosld, by coinsent of parttes, at the
r T reirtnce of I). ,. Gilchrist, oin Msnsday the
27th of December, the following Tracts of Land,
The Riscky Ponsd or Steam sill Tract. whereon
a v.Ala:tble Steam Saw and Grist M.ll have been
r,-eentlv creeed atd is now in bnecessful isTeratio.
cssntainig Sevit I lundreil and ninety-fine anJ htif
k7145j) a-res. This Tract is situated near the tSa
The Ferry Tract. several x:nall Tracts. and three
or four sueill ilantinlin the Savannah Rtiver. con
taining t.sgether Sixteen hlundred and twenty-five
One Tract of Land situated in Lincoln County.
Georg:a, ly;ng on the Savannah River, contaiiug
Stventy-three (73) acres, mnure or lee., an-I one-half
of Wim's Islan I, containing one hunidred and forty
(140) acrep, more or less.
P.ats of the above Lands wi:l be exht ibited on the
day tof sale.
Trian-Twelve months cresit-purclheers will
be requ.red to give leid with apprsaed suretie.
and a Mottgage ol the premises.
I). ,I. Git.CllitsT,
D I 24q
W ILL be Psl at the residence of the Subscriber
len Mond ay the 27th of leecenber. sru'e
FOUR OR FIVE LIKELY NEGROES,
belonging to the Estate 4sf J. E. K.lcre:s.-, dee'd.
Alss Ilousehold and K;then Furnhi re.t &. Said
prioperty is ss:d tp satisfy the debts of baid Pe
erased. Terims Cash.
1). J. GILCiRIST, Ex'or.
Dec 11 2t 4S
~1T7lLL be tsld at thet Stenin N1:11 of 1). J1. G'l
' i eri-t & (Co., ssn the 27th osf l-c.-mbher,
Sevsn or E ght I.ikely Yosung Mlules, Two sir Three
Yoke osf Oxen, Cart4, Wagos and some Fifty or
laundredl thonsand feet of Lumiber.
i). J. GILCII RIST, One osfth-- Firm.
Dee l1 2t 48
LL IPersnm indebted.. to the Estate uof Sarah:
.Fdydee'd., will plea-te mtake imme:#diate
psayment. .bme having deands will presenut themt
properly attested for payment.
1). .J. GILfCIIRIST,
Adm'~r tde bonis non.
D)e 11 tf 148
LL LPer.rn~s indebtel to the Esitate of Albramn
.s'Kiereas-, dec'd., will pleause miake immnediate
psaymenCt. Tlhsse having demands nt ill present them
prsspetrly attested for piaymaent.
I). J. G3ILCIIRIST, Adm'r.
Deeil tf 4
SEAL.ED PROI'OS.\l.S fist building a Bridige
K.over Turkey Creek at the Grist all n-sw
owunesi b Col.. samsc I'. Carrl., wtill be receive-si
until the20th I ecemsbe-r. :said Btridlge is to be
built isf gouod heart pine timb.-r, andi to, be ks-pt in
gsood passable order for the term of live y-ears. The
U'ndertaker will be reutired to give bound and gswod
security, b..fisre the work is commnteds. The pro
posmtds can he. handsed in tos eithetr ssf tihe Subsribers
unt:i the 20th December, at n h'~ch time tihe prospo
sais will be opened amit cosnswidereds.
It. F. STROM. ,
Dee 1 2 48
I) Y Virtue of an orJvr from 1i. T. Wright. Or
) dinary of Edigsiield District, I shall proceed
to nell on Friday, the 1th Decemsber next,
.SEVE RAL L.IKEL~Y N EWRES,
belonging to the estate oif .Ctarling Quaries, dee'd.I
Aisso, Stock of Horses, Cattle, &c.
At the camne time andl plae,- the Tract of Land'
lying immeasdiately sn time Stage Road i--adui frsom
Ilanamburg to FEdge-field C. ii. co -ntainting two hunn
dre-d ant tity two, aeres, mosre osr less,~ tand adijsining
lands of .\rs. Eliza l.atnham andl others.
Traaa,-Twlve umonts credit, with note ansd two
approved securities. LuA~ ~
Oct 6 -- 1t*t--- - 38
Dissolution of Co-partnership,;
r llEFirm of iIl.N(.-SWOIlril & NIilO 1
1.sii this slay diisslveds byi mnttal cassnt.
A ll thosec inl-ehted to tlthm are requhesteds tos settle
Ocet. 19th., l182.
r 3lrT. Undlersigned feling thanskful fosr the very
libEeral patronnzee hseretofiore bestsowedu on lhim.
would say to his fries-l that he intends carrying
on the bussinets ssn his oswn accunut, and thiere-fsre
solicits a continuance osf past favors.
F. .\. NICihOLAS.
Oct 20 tf 40
For Sale or Rent, -
THlE 110O75E AND LOT of the
...n Undersigne-d in the Village of Edge
* fichll. The lsiuse- has six good Rooms.
-- with a fire place to e-ach ansd is wetll
finsishsed. The Lot consists of thre-e Acrs-s. andi has
all necessary out buildinigs ons it. Thesre is a colt
stint stream of water running thirsough thes [iat.
Poissessions given the first of dJannary j1-53:.
M. . IIONIIAM.
Dec8S tf 47
Lumiber. ! Lumiber* -
r jUI E Uztde-rsigrned has a large gtnnltt of LUM '
.1 BERl on hand of assorted dimensionsmn, at hits
PI'kc. Sqttare Edlge, 75 ets p'-r 100 feect.
" Rough " 376 c. "'
J.\S. L. IIIL.
Dec R tf 47
4FIRST R ATE se-t of Blacksmiths Tools.
1. Enquire at this Office.
11e- S 4It 417
Not ice. ett
LL.1 those having dlemnands agatiust the ett
1.of Elishta Barrenton. dse'd., are regnetsstedl to
ptresent thiem by the 25th Dueembher intst., anid thtose
nsdebted to the estate will mauke pnymntt by that
time. A. 1.\RIiENTON. )
W. IA RR ENTONY. j ft
Dee 8 St 417
80 R AGS Augusta Canal FLUR fr saelw
Hattbyzg E.r HOD t ES 4Ar;v
Edgefield Collegiate Institute.
TIlE Young Ladies con
nected with the Musiceal De
partnent of this Institute, will
givt a CONCElT of
Vocal and Instrumental Music,
lon Tuesday and1. Wednesday evenings, the 21st and
r ' The public generally are invited to attend.
Dee. 8, 2t 47
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIDlMRES. MlElIlNOES, DELAINES AND
A lso. a few more of those handsome Plaids. 11ro.
eade and )reus Silks, which will be sold i.ow. Of
Baaukets, Negro Cloths & Tweeds,
Together with flue Boots for Gentleiena an Boys,
I have a fine Stock.
W. P. BUTLEP.
Dec. s 8f 47
, ENT.EMA N, Judified to teach the dfier
A e nt branehis of the English Lingnag.-. ean
rM an excellent tituaitson by aiplying at 4once to
Lither tof the Subs..-r;,-rp. The Scltosl it mituated
riear Perry's Crossx It,-ada in this Disitriet, a thickly
populatedI and healthy neighhorhood.
A llv tile lesir3ing tile place would d1o well to ap.
ply quickly, as thew oepportunity may not be lung upen.
1.. SAMPL.E. 1
J.\ N1ES Col.EM1AN,'
wAM. COLEMA N. .
Pee R 5t 47
rI r TlRUsTEES take plentsure in aiiouncug
to the pllbl:e tha1t they have Succeedel in pro
curing the services of 'Mr. W. WIITAKEll
CIII .DERS, fear the: ensuing year. an experienced
Soutlh.,rn T.-eaher, comopetelit to prepare Students
(tor anv Col'ee.
t'ei-a of Tuitsen oniderate. Bioard tt $7,0V per
ionth. The Seliol will open oil the 2d Monday in
For further particulars apply toe the Underigned.
W. N. 1001R, -ee'ry.
ec.. S 4t 47
Oak Grove Acadenamy.
r il E Exercises of this lustitut:in will be r
Ssuied again ou the First Mosday in .January
I.10,-. M. C. CLAIK.
Dec 1 7to 46
OF VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE.
A 1I.1 lie .1,old at the late re-ilenee of .lsobu S.
Crwi'e. dee'd.. (, o lonav the 27th De
ce-tlier n--xt. TIll- 1101 E A ND I.QT whereot
the dieceas resled, one oif the most sls'irable in
thI. Town sof Newberry. Tie Lot csntainS (sie
ere, and lon it is a sscomfsrtalle andl convenitit two
starv Dwellhigt I low.e, tog.-ther %% ith all the neces
surv a.ut luildin..~ t all no compl.te rept:r t a gooml
weil --f water with a pup. adi a moist exetl~ent
rrJen. .Is., the I lousehold and Kitchen Furni
ture; a Carriage ati liarnesis: a Bugey. 'a two
lher.-e Wapiti und Ilarness, a pair of gentle well
trained Carl iage I lalrses. &c.. &e.
A small Trat of L,al ceotaining fAurteen leres
it w.is,,bot two miles fromia. N-wherry, adjoiii
clin hn.ls of 1.L. .1. lones. .. II. Hunit and other.
On the o.ame day at the Ilepot of the Greenville
Rail Ro,,ad, will be tohld about 60 Bales of (ottona
On the dlay suceceding (Tnesday~ 25th Dee) at
he planta:ison of the dhece-asedh, eleven mille.. Wet o~f
Ne~.wb-rrv. will be soldl a Tract of l~and, con.ut:iningI
b,.t niine hndaread acre's. Ilore ori lss. bounded-a by
anda1 ef Cha~rles 1-'loyd, Washdin.:ton Floydh. Monses
\ndeskro.n and) stherN-asl produltctive as ;any kind..
ni N-iw terry I)i-.tret. (Thme crop oft the present
ear, mad1 te sen it by twenty h~mal amounted to abou:
.ne. hun~dra-d balks of (5ottssn-twenty-five hun.dred
bshels elf Corn-heside, a gooid all grain erp.)
Thec Pattiosn is in comiplete re-pair: on the
iemlises is a ne.w Gin !!Iliese, Stable-s. lBarn and all
weesslary ceutbuildlings. Theese who desire teo invest
,her capital in vaittate real estate,' could have nIo
34 Likely Negroes !
Tihe Negreses are youngl ansd v--ry vahsaale
stmsng themic are wagonera, a first r.lte coachanu,
lster anal gardnler, ande a blacksmith.
Fourteena .\ules and I horse-., Cattle, Ilog~s. Corn.
Fasdder. Shuck... Wheat. Caottaon Seed, a new-~ Gri..
wolIs Cuottin Gin, Two fload Wagoans, l'lantation
Te-rms miade knlown on eda f .ale.
Persoans w ishing to examlinle the taore re-al ,.state
sill call ten .1. II. Carwile, 31t Newberry, II. W.
ary, I10 miilens f:-o- Ne-wherry sin the Lasuren. Bail
ioadI, or .\lr. Workmaen .n the premises.
.l(IIIN B. (Xlt WIL-E, Er.
D~eeR 2t 47
MT WIL sell tas the highest kidder (on tile
i Vpre:::s-:s) isl Saturday. tihe first day of Jlanu
rv next. a5 certain Tract of land, belonging to the
estate oft .lashn Falkner, dlee'd., lying nearl the Camn
urige road. ad1jesininag lands of IDr. .lohnt l.anadrumn,
c~ntaning Fifty (.t0) A cres, nmnre or lese, andl known,
4 tile .lamies F-alknier Tract.
T~Ms-A eredit of twelve nmonths will be given,
A note with two securities will be required.
W. .1. FAIlKNEIL. ? ,
J. Ql'ATTLEIIU.\. ( E:x Or.
De-c.9 41 47
EXTEN'ESIV E SALE AND HIRE 01F
PERSONAL ESTATE !
TpilE Subsscriber ha;ng efr-eee the sale of h'-s
1. ILand, and in ordesr to effect hue con1tenmplatedl
chnaitae of businless in this District, offters for sale at
his r..sidlen.., six mile-s South of iberty .ilill, onl
T t'ES)A Y, 21st December, abesut
Fifty Likely Negroes,
Firee Stcr FofrTosn uhl fCrFrye
Fifty1 Stack larf Foddler, a large lot of Seed w~heat
andOut, lrgeStocks of
HORSES, MULES, CATTL.E, HOOS, SHEEP, &C.J
lesusehosldl Furniture- with the ordinary at~pusrte-nant
cs, :aong wthich is an excellent P'ianlo Forte, of
the latest andtst 5 impruoved mianufnetur..
A1IF.. will be I lired autt tsar tihe ensuing year, at
the s~iame t~nme and plaic, about1
FORTY-FIFE GOOD FIELD IIAINDX,
Two Carpenlters, Cheamblermnaids, Nurses. &c.
Als, a small remnining~ Stock of GOODS, will
be dlieleesaed of at ieuuhlie A netis.n.
Atlso, vatriolus thelr articles not mlentiaonea, will be
ffeTredl tfr sale.
The sale anad Ilire will commence on Tuesday
and centinute freomt dhy) ta. day until cncluded.
Trermls ma~de known on davi sof 53a'c.
Decc1 3t 46
V aluable Plantation for Sale.
T I E Sueb'crie-r, hain~g purchasced elaewhere
ill the IDi.-trict anid beeing dlesirisus 'of removwing.
eafTers fear sale the plnee on which lhe new residles,
wihna mile asf Edgefield Village. Thle Tract cona
Five Hundred Acres,
01ne half of whi.:h is in woods, the othe1r half clearedl
ade in cultiuvat'on. One hundred and fifty acres of
tie cleared lhnd has been openled withein thle last thriee
or four years. Almoest nll the wood-land is oif ex
cellent guntlity, teak :lnd hickory growth, mtullat to itril.
It is finely ada ipteds toi the production of Cornl, Cotton
andmall 11 rain.
On the premIises is a enmfoirtabule dwelling-hosuse.
Th.- estt-btuilings art- of the best dlescription-large
andl cotnnnodious lBarn and Stables, Shnek lhouses
and Waegoin Shelters. The Gine linuse nnd Screw
arte entirely new, of choice mate rials, and built ac
cording to the most approved plans.
The -only test of the exel-lence of leis tract of
wich~i~l the- subhecriber would spenk is the crop which
it has. borne this year and1( whmich is thetre for the in
sp-etion oft thlose. dlesireous to purchase.
A fine Well and1( a1 never-ailing Spring of excel
-nt free-stonue wtater are among the other ndlvauntage's
of this tract. S. S. TOM1PKIN.
Nov 3 If 42
"TIE STOCTITOIDERS of the OddI Fellows
. nna tamanie Huilding Assneintiaon are hereby
ntifiesd that the first instalment of l10 per cent, will
e required to be paidl on or beftare the first of-Jatmt
ary n-xt. fu- order esf thec President nnd Directors.
-1. Ii. WILLI AMS1. Set'rv 3ad Trens.
State or South Carolina,
Jas. E. Coleman and others,
Wilson L Coleman and others.
B Y Virtue of in Order from the Court of
'r.) 1tiity in this ense, I will sell at Edgefield
C. 11., on the first Monday im January next,
the tidllowinigreail caate. or Jaies B. Coleman,
decenased: -. ,
One Trnct. called the " Rendheimer Tract,"
cont-ining fifteen hundred (1500) acres, more
or lessi, situate in Lexinltot District on Rocky
Spring Creek, mnd adjoining lands of Johi
Courtney, IR. 'i. is, lands fornerly owned
by Owe'n Ilerrin, and other lands of the in
An interest in another Tract of two hundred
(200) neres, more or less, sit nate in Edg(efield
Diistrict, adjoining laid- of Wi!aon L. Coleman
and Patrick J. Coleman.
One half of another Tract of one hundred
and thirty-two (132) neres, more or less, in
Edlgefield Diatriet, adjoining lands of Wiley
Rhoden and others.
TrEms or SALF..-A credit of twelve months,
except costS to be paid in eash. Bonds and
a mple securities required to secure the purehake
tmonitey. Purchasers to pny for paperS.
A. SIMK INS, c. E. E. D.
Dec 8 4t 47
State or South Carolina,
Win. F. Elam and others,
vs. Bill for Partition.
Patrick If. Elam.
B Y virtue of :a order from the Court or
i)E1uity, I will sell on londay the 2)th olf
December. at the late residence of Msary Elain,
the foill-owing real and personal estate, wherein
the said Mary Elan kas surrendered her life in
One Traet of I.nnd, sitnate in this District,
contalilil! Aixteeni hundred (1600) neres, more
sor lee, ling in part on I harris' creek and d
joining lands of George IeKie. Mrs. Polly 11m.
ionutd, .l1in Adams, Join Jones :nId others.
T'lis plaantat ion is on't. of coniderabele valie, all
in good rep:ur, jult 18 miles from I [:miburg.
timbered with oak anod hiekorv. well ndnpted to
to the growth of cot ton and corn, and as to
enith and good WaTer, unstirpassed Ohis side of
the mou 'ntails. There are upon the tract two
confortable dwelling houses, with gin house,
screw.and all necessary ont ulildings. Alto.gze
ther it is a very valuable place, anld (one of the
most Jesirable stands for a Public houee in the
A ud upon the spame occasion, fourteen likely
negroes. as follows: Tomt. Tiny, Robert, Judy
and her child li artla, atilda and her two child.
ren Charity and Mary, Frances, MaNiga rdl her
child John,' looluisn, A'my and NMney. Also, four
head of mnhes anid horses, some thirty or fortv
ltad ot cattle, the like number of hogs. some
fortv or tittv heal of sheep, divers articlis of
hlousieho:ld and kitchen furiture, a Wavon. no
(Ix cart aid a sltilyl1% ot plantationi tOOls and im
plements of busi,:.tidrv.
A.o, Fitteen lundred Bubels of Corn and
Forty Stacks Fodder.
The real estate above described, will be sold
on i credit of one and two years. in equalU
al instailments, and the personalty on :a credit
of twelve months from the day of sale. except
a to o mnueh a-s will defray tlhe costs and expen
seA of this suit which mulst be paid in e:ash.
IPurchaisers n ill lie required to give IBondes, wit h
nmptjle smrety, to secure the purchaise money. A
pat of the land will be in readinies on the day
of ausle. A. SIMIKINS,cE.E.. D.
Nov. 15, 1852. 5t .44
g~r The Auigusta Chronicle & Sentine'l will
copy until daiy of~ sale, and forward neet. to this
State of South Carolina,
James Neal and others,)
vs. Bill for Paurtition.
Nancy Neal and others.
I)Y virtue of an order from the Court (Sr
1)Eq uity in this ense, I will proceed to sell
at Edgetield C. 1I. on the first Monday in Janu
ary next, the following lands, siz:
I. A puortiion of the hom~estea.d tract, compri
..ing four hundred aeres, moore (Pr less. sitauated
in the D~istrict aforesaid. and lyintg on Penin creek,
the boundaries to he given bmore aecurately on
day of sale.
2.. A tract of land contaiinig eight hundred
nres, moure or less, situnat. :as ab~ove, lying on
Turkey creek and adjoiing~. Islad of Avory
ilanad,'Agnila Miles, Euecees Burt :ind otihers.
:1. Anothier tract of hland, containinig one liun
dred and three aere~s, moore or less, :mnd nmdjoianing
lads of Engene Burt, Avory Bland and :hers.
4. A b~ody of land near Emdgelield C. II., ad
joinimeg lands of Francis W. Pickens, Francis II.
Wardlaw and others, which isa to be run otl into
seveni lots, as near equal as may be, and thus
The sibove are line landls and should commat~nd
the attention of all pturcha--rs of real estate.
Plats of the diIferent t racts and of the last men
tined seven lots wvill be exhibited on the damy of
Termts of sale.-A eredit of one antd two years
from day of sale, with interest fromt and'after
the expiraltin of the first year. exce~pt ni to so
much as will 4dfray the costs of this suit which
must he paid in cash. The pturchasPe imioney t(o
be seentred by Bontds with suiflicient sureties.
Purchasers to piay for titles.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov. 16;, t852. 7t 44
State of South Carolina,
Britton 3fims anid others,)
vs. tBill for Ptartitiotn,
James Rt. Garrett, Will. (and Account.
iami Garrett, ande others.
I t. virtue of an Ordler fronm thte Court of
Eqitiy~ in this case, I will sell ait Edgetield
C. II. oni the first Maonday in .January next, the
folowinig tracts or piarcels oft land, viz:
1. A trnet or piarcel of sixty four neree,situate
in the Dist rict aiforesniid (in Stephten's creek. :ind
boutded by lands oft Thoma.s McKie, WV. (G.
MceKie anpd Samuel Getzen,.
2. A trInet or parcel of six neres, situate as
nbove, lyinug otn Waters of Ihorn's creek, and
adjoining lands of Thos. 1R. McKi..
3, A tract or puireel of sixty fouraere.., sold by
Mrs. Eliz. Garrett, as to her litfe estate to Wmn.
Garrett and by himi toP Santuel Getzent.
PIlats of the above tracts or plarcels of land
will be prepared and exhibited ott tlhe day of
sale, moere accurately detining their situation anid
These lands will be sold on a credit of twelve
moths from the day of sale, except as to the
csts of this sutit which will be rLeuired in cash
Purchasers to give bontds with adequate sureties.
A. SIMK INS, C. E. E. D).
Nov. 15, 18.32.7t dd4
State or South Carolina,
IN COMMO1N P'L A S.
rs . Dee'on in Attah't.
Taliafero & Torbet, i
r allE PlainttilT in the atbove stated case, hia'inc
..this day file~d his Deelarationt in may Ollic,. andl
the Defenidant having neithter wife nor Attorney
known to reside wvitin thte limpits of this State, on
whoom a copy oft aid Declaration with a rule to
p!ead enn he .eerved :P Onmotionp of Mr. M.wtrmmr,
A eorney for Plainttity': Orderedl, Thlat said Derend-t
at napenr and11 plead to said Olclarntion wvithgin a
ear an~d a day froum the dlate hereof, or in default
thereof judgment will be entered neainst hiim.
THOS8. G. BACON, C. E. D.
C'lerk's Ofliee, Oct 13, 1862. ly 43
Crockcry and Glass-Ware,'
(1 EN ER A rG nssortmlentt Of Crockery, Gtars
at.- nd China Ware. F'or 5Ie~ by
E~. ItOD)GES, Angsr.
Noe 29 tf 4
A CIOICElot of 11. 41 and L.\RD. for sal
J etby t. M.N 41O.S
BY STEAMERS AND SOU
Is in receipt of an Extensive,
FALL AND WIl
- (T The Community and P
requested to call and examine
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 13,
Mt, Lebanon University,
DIENVILLE PARISH, LA.
rfIIE Undersigned, a Connimittee of the UMrd
. X of Trustees of the IOUNT LEIIANoN
UNIV E RSITY. are desirous to engnge the sarvices
of a I'rofessr of Ancient Langungeq and Mlathe
:maties for the Academ.ie year if Eleren months.
begiutning on the first Mo-nday in Marchi next.
To a geuteman thoroughly qualifiwd in the De
partment uboave reftrred to, a sailary of twelve hun
dre-d dillars per annum will be guiarantiesi.
This is a new Institution loeatel in lone tef the
most agreeable and healthy neighborhoods in North
.l0unianma, removed from every induct-ment to lisi
pation and vice. It is und-r the nuepice and eon
trol of the North Louisiana Bap.tist-Convention, andl
to a gentleman caf large acquireme:ata and distin
gnished ri putatiou off'ers prospectively htigh induce
The expenses of a finily would be small. The
ituation is healthy. central and e*y of access ; anl
the Trusteas look with eotfidrnce to a pronm4 iml
liberal patrimage of this, the first Intitttion of the
kind attempted to be raised up in a region fil of
resairces in a ralpid state of develpment. It is not
int-nilud to confine its benefits to any tne benaoiamina
tion t but Pupils of all poersnnaqiamis will he glally re
eive.il anl guarded ngainst all attempte at prosely
It is lesirable that gentlemen applying for t1.is
sI'tuation shoull furnish unqnestionable testimoniials
I f thleair eompapeteney to cinduct pupils through ;a
complete coutse .f the Greek anal [at:n Languages
andl the pure anl mixed Mathenatics. As early as
practicalle these Iejpartuents will l'e separatel fior
the first year, however, they are unavoidably united
under te head.
A palienitions. accompanied with -testimonials, may
he aalressed (post paid) t-o IIl. Geo.ge W. Rg--rs,
Sectry aof the iardl of Trustaes, until the first
aay of .lanuary next, whe~n a selection will be inde
from the :ipplliennit and paroampt notice given to the
B. EOAN, President,
T. A. KdEY.
G .EO, W. ROG1 R8,
M. 'A RIDIS,
.1. R. PITM AN.
Mt Lebanon. Bienville Parisht, [A."
Nov 12 - t . 45
Abbey Green. Femalaestitute,
By Miss Sophmia Chiapin.
rp~ I nstitution iis liented seven miles NorthI o
i Ealgetield C. I I., and within sight of Elton
P. 0. It is situatedl in a remaarkably hienithy portioan
of thme District, anal conve'nient tao an excellent
Spring. The buildling is entirely new, large anid
Thme lnstruetrceie, iss C:urzs, has the tireputation
of baeing an exis-rienced nal talentedl Tenehe'r.
Thme Elementary, anal all the higher branchi-s of
Engli.ha, taogether with ILatin and Frenchl are taught.
Tertms per Sessiaan oaf five mnonthas -for.nall branches
excepat Mnsie,................... ...$10 0t0
Masic, ihieludinigu use of Pinano......... .....'i Ott
Goo ;., mBira ean be aintined in thme neighmborhfNNoe
at 57. lit r .\itatth. Fair furthear informatioan, if dle
sired.a, apply tai either of the undaersitznead.
s. W. NI4l1OLSON,
Oct 28 4m* a . .41
F'lint Hill Academy,
r3 '11E Trustees take letasure in sinnianneing to
.the public, that they have engagedl far te aen
suing year, the services aof Mr. W, ;BsLAK., gradu
ate of Oglethorpe College, Geor~gia.
The Sulhool will open on the 2nd. Monday in Jan
ury next, anid the Scholastie velar will consisa of
Tri Mionths, at thec folowing rate-s~viz:
Spelling. [Reading, Writing anal Elemnentarv A rith
melatie ... .... .... .... . ... .....'.$..12 00
Geagrapahy, Gramamar, A rithmetic, Decla
nmatioan anda Coimparition............- 1 00
Algbra and the higher brnehes aif Math
emnatics........ .................21 00
Latin. Greek, &c.................... 30 00
(;awad Board can be obtain..d in the neighborhood
at #7,00 per moanthm.
0i For further particulars, please apply to either
of the Unders.igned.
W. WILL[A MS,
1n. cON NOLs,-r
JAB. II. MIMS. , 9
r 11 RIt GE F EL SCilOOL will open
resienc oaf the Undaeraigned,. unde'r the charge of
Miss Manywa E. .JUIIns. This lady receivedl her a-du
ation uinder the instrutiaan of the Re-v. D~r. .lohn
son, fronm wham she brinags high recoamnamedatiains.
She is also favoarably known in. this District as an
instructaor of vainth.
The branhes- of ealneation usually taught ina Ie
male A cademuieia with Music, will be taught in this
at the usual pricaes.
Goad Iloaarad enn be obtained in the neighmborhood
at $8,00 per imnth.
ELIJTATI WATSON, )
M. 110LSTON, '~Trustcee.
- TIIOS. PIT TS. )
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Male School
IIT ILL. be opened'on the 1st Monday of J1anuary
i t next, a little below Mr. Wade I11a1stein's resi
lence, undler thme char-ge aof Mr. Katram', who wam
tauht by RIev. Mr. Kenuneady, of Anadersaan, anad ii
ftvorbly known iu this District as an instructor el
The usual branches of education nttended to it
Male A endemies including the Classics, &c., will ba
taught at the ustual prices.
W ADE UTOLSTON, '
TilOMAS BATES, . g
-1. M. NORRIS, n
J A RtVlS ASBELL. ...
Riadge, Nov 24 tf 4
A TEAChlER is wanted to take charge of thi
llor's Creek Male Acendemy. One compe
t-nt to instruct in boath Mode-rn and Ancient lAin
gunges, and can bring goodI reommndaatiaons, will
imid an excellent situ~atiit by making iunmedinte np
plication to either of thme Subscribers. lie must bc
enitirely Southern in principal and feeling.
.OHN- II. FA IR,
B. P. TILLMAN.
Dccl tf 46
I sREEY given to all persons indebted to tha
Estate of Edumundl Boyd, dlee'd., to mske Im.
medite pnyment, n those having demands agains
the said Es'tate, will render thenm in parop~erly attested
J.1..& TANDrY UlOYr), Ex'rs.
n- Dec i .12
Ti CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
andsome and Splendid Stock of;
ublic Generally are respectfully
them at No. 1, PARK ROW.
:-P' Tim Friends or Col. F. WV. PICKEN
heg leave to present him to the people of Edge.
field, and of the Districts which nay be thrown
with us by the new apportionment, asan emi
niently suitable person to represent' us in the
Congress of the United States. 31r. 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. PICKENS should
be ngain called into requisition upon the very
floor where he ins hitherto served us so efli
cieitly. It is perhaps proper to add, on our
part, that this announcement is tendered with
out Col. P's knowledge or de.sire, and with no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
ii; THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him ni a candidate to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next
Congress, Mr. BURT having positively declined
a re-elect ion.
This nomination, like another which appears
in this patper, was made by the friends of Capt.
B. purely of their own accord, without reference
o his winhes on the subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling public opinion
n hi4 favor against any individual.
A FRESlh SUPPLY 0OF THE FoLLOWING
Bacon, TLard and Flour, Miustardl in Boxes,
Beef Ton.,gues, jCapers,
Chee.se, 'Fruits in Brandy,
P'ine A pple Cheese, Strawberry, Itaspbttry,
3Mackerel, in Jiarrels and. Blackbu~ry Jam. ai,d
Salmun, in Kitts, Piek'd .Sairsafrass, Strawhniry,
Fresh Sahnoen, ~ | aspbury and Lenmon
" Alck-erel, iSyrups,
"(lam., I~Lemon and Lime Juice,
Sardines, 1-: and 1-ibox. .ssorted Candirs,
Pickled Pork, " hisses,
" Beef, B01'k and Wite Pepper
. " - Sad,- White Minstard Seed.
Porto Ilico Sugar, . round and Race Gin~ger
Stewnrts Coffee Sugar, .Hlermutla Arrow Itoot,
Sutperia- Brn~ n " l'repared Fauna, food for
LAauf and Crn,,ded " Inltant,,
l'ulv'd and. Clarified do Colgate's Pearl Starch,
Java and [.aguira Coufree %oda and. Sal Aerains,
Jamnaicai and Rio " al Soda and Salt Peter,
Mnlasscs. Table anid Sack Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adanantine,
TIeas, Tallow Caindle.',
3Maecaroni and Verm. Tusrpentim-., Soda, andI
cilIa. Fancy Soaps,
Rice and Rice Flour, Blacking and Illackinig
Sodla Crackers, lBrushes,
liuston do Win e and Stoughlton's
8,ugar do i litters,
Juiibles& Ginger Cake', Porter and Ale,.
h.ayor lRaisins. Olive Oil,
Cutrrants and Citron, ( stor Oil.
1lMise, Nu,tme'', (loves, Wrighltin.g Ink.
P'ieckles and kechtuips, Segar.. and! Tohlnecn,
I'epper S:Lnce,', Trubs, liekets andt Pails
Ginger do ,Brooms, &c.., &c.
A dded' to the above. is a general assortment of
WINES, CORDI ALS andl LIQUORS, all of
which will be suld L~OW Foa CAsu, by
F. M. NICIIOLAS.
Nov3 tf 42
, LT, Pe'rsonts indebteel to the Estate of Hlardy
? 1 White, dee'd., are reqlucstedl to make immcedi
ste paynment and, those having demand,, againast thei
samet, will render thtem in properly attested.
W. 11. GRIIFFITII. 5
Nov. 17 3m 44
Ad snstao' Notice.
~LL Prso.ns having denmad against the Es
I).tateof A. II. Coleman, dee'd., are requested
to present themi properly attested, snna those in
dlebted previous to his death, by .Note or Aeeounit,
will umake immediate payment, as further indul
genee will not be given.
WILSON AIBNEY, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 36
Tea, Canudles, Sugars, &c.
.. Young 11lyson TrEA. in IlaIf, Quarter, Eighth
lloxes anad C.atties, also at retail.
Sp.-rm. Adamantine and Star CA NDL 'S,
Cru~shed, Powdered and! Clarified SUE7AR,
Turpentin~e, T1oilet and Shavine~ SO.4P.
For sale by E. 1iOlDG ES, ArasT-.
Nov :!9t -t___ f 46.
Pickles, Preserres, &c.
4FLL supp!y of all the above artich-'s con
st.tnty on handI. Also, Pepper, Ginger, Spiee.
Table Salt, Sardintes, Saleratus, Ketchnps, Mustards,
Lobster and Samon in Cantisters, atnd every article
usually found in a Fanmily Grocery. For sale by
E. IIOD)GES, Aasr.
Nov 29 tf 46
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
ACONSTANT supply of P'otatoes, Onions,
Oranges', Lemons, Coceonuts, &c., mtay be
foun~d at E. IIODGES, Aaer.r
Nov 2f', tf 46
LLU Persons having denmandls against thec estate
.La of Luke S. Blandh, dlec"d., will renider thiem in
dulv attested, and those indlebted by note or open
ne'unit will miake payment, by te Fourth of De
ember next, as the heirs arc all of age, und I am
dectermnined to close up the estate..
WM. MOBLEY, Adm,'r.
Oct 6 3mt 38
Turnip Seed !
UTST received from Philadlphsia a supply
eJ Rutabaga, G'lobe and Large Norfolk TURNIP
SEED), for sale by G. L. PENN, Aortsr.
Junly 21 tf 27
rplHE Sutbscriber offers for sale a Lot of well
I ILTCilERED HlIDEs, ebienp for ('ash.
C. M. GR AY.
Nov 7 tf 413
r HIE PU'BL(C arc renminded, if they wish to
rto avnfl thiemnselves of the benefits arising front
an Act passedi at the last Session of Congress, to
reduce and modify the rates of Po.tage, that they|
miustcotme forward andl pay op their postage in ad
.vance, otherwise it will be charuged Jn.libe
G.1L. PENN, P. M.
. v, :; if 4:1 I
I HAVE this day associated Mr. THOMAS E.
11IT in business with me, which will in future
be transaeted under the Airu of Bowsas & 1H[TT.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 7852.
A TL persons indebted to S. E. BowRE, wi
please call and pay their notes and asccounts,
as I an desirous of elsing my old business imne
diately. S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5,1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Family Grocery !
WX . KEEP constantly on hand a bree and
swell asorted Stock of GROCERIES, viSz:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Half and Quarter Barrels, and Family Mes
Alackerml in Kits,
SPERM 4- ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS, AL
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N DI E S,
SPICES ALL EH1DS, SKORED EEEP & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BRANDI, WINF$,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE. BIOWP RS & llTI.
Iamsiburg. Nov 5, 152. tf 43
N o t i ce.
TOWN M. WITT having parehased the
' exclusive interest of the AlACHINE SHOP
if Mlessrs. Besui.. & Wre, will keep constantly
in land the following artic!ep, in coiplkte and ex
nleit order. and tat the Augusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
niado of all sizes and according to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tables, Walh Stands, Chairt, Bean
reaus. Writing Desks. Work Stands, Buok
ase4 and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &e.
flepiring al .Tiloh Work of every kind appertaining
o the abiive articles, andu Furniture of every deo
ription, done pronptly ad upon the mwest liberal
Edgefield C. H.. Dee 1 1,52. tf 46
Ware-House and Commission
B U S IN E SS,
IIAMBURG, S. C.
WA LK ER & CO., be-g leave to inform the
A: publie generally, that they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
t the stani occupied by them for the two past
easoIniis, 1anid previously by WAL.r & BRAWoanr.
The Ware-I louse is in good order, and being lo
'ated in the hiahest part of Town, iis safe from high
mter. The late freelet liarely reaching the lower
loors-not the leatst damage was done to Cotton.
A. WA1.x1en will devotC his personal attention,
'xeluhively to the business, and hopes from long ex
rience, anl a desire to please, that none will leave
hlie e-otah'islimet dissatisfied.
Those who patronize our Ware-ITouse, will he
pt constantly advisetd sof the state of the produce
C:ash advances made on produce in store, when
esired. A. W AILK El,
D. L. AD).A18.
Oct 27 fin 41
Hardware and Cutlery !
11~lE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens
..of Edgetieldl and the Uppj.er IDistriets, that hie
nit opened a large and general Stock of
HARDWARE &, CUTLERY,
rOgethler with every other article connected with
he lliardlware biniiness, at the ohl Stanid formaerly
cupied lby 11. A. Krsarex,~ and nearly oppsite
he Atumerican liotel.
laving recently returned from the North, where
av fr'airnies has been miade froma Manaufaceturers
n at the l.OWEs'T C.\h l PR[CES, I would
espetfully invite the pulic and nay old friendis to
iive oe a'call before piurchaising elsewhere, as nay
tok emanbines every article in the llardware line,
nd is enatireLy new.
hI Taburg. Oct 27 3ma 41
g-* The Alilheville Banner. Greenville Moun
icer, I .nurensville'll eraldl and A ndiermon Gazette,
Il copy 3 mionthls :and forward bills to J1. II.
T HE Undersigned respectfully informs hlis old
i enstiimelrs. friends andu the public generally that
cle a remoasved tohi lii BRCK STORE, (in Centre
treet, between Messrs. .1esaAn SaDL.Y and G soaoE
orsoN, where be ohlrers for sale a general assort
Mr. Ea.maa llons is nmy ilulv authorised Agent
o sell Gocods, and the business, will be conduicted
nler the utyle of E. 11000ES, Agent.
h1. A. K ENRICK.
1amburg. Nov 29 tf 46
ENERAL CO1UD'ON MERCHANTS,
BOYCE & CO'S WJ[AIRF,
CHARLESToN. s. C.
gT Referenee-W. P. BUTLRs~, Edgeficld C. TL.
E. WILMOT WALTER,
GEORGE II. WALTER,
hR. T. WA LKER.
Nov 24 tf 45
Brgans, Boots and Shoes!i
AT NO. So, EAsT EAy,c mrnerN, S.. I
T1lE Subscriber oiters for sale a L ARG E and
EXTENSIVE Stock of the above G3ood4
eicha will be sold Wholesale and Retail at L.OW
lie would respetfutlly solicit and examination of
is assortment by .3erchants and Planaters visiting
[17 0rders will have prompt altentionf.
R. A. PRINGL1E,
No 30, East Bay, Chiarleston, S. C.
Nov 17 2mn 44
Ladies Circular Cloaks.
'NOWDEN & SHEAR,~ AuguastaGCa.,
Shiave just received a supplyV ot Ladies Velvet
IRCULA R CLOAKS, and Ladies black wa
ered aind plain black SILK CLOAKS.
Ao. a splendid assortment of Ladies Embroid
ered Valenciennes, Lace and Paris Trimmned,
ousuitan Collars, Sleeves and Chimasettes, of
aew and eleganit styles-to which they respectfully
nvite the attention of the L.adiesi.
S. & S. will receive, in a few days. Ladies black
loth Cloaks, ade of a beautiful fabric.
Dec I tf 46
Whiskey, Rumn, Brandy, &c.
Vi A RRELS Rectified, Monongahela and Mil
)Uler's Old Rye WHISKEY.
Nwv England and .Jamaica R UM,
American and llollandl GIN,
Aerican and French BR ANDY.
Maeira, Tenerifie andi Malaga WVINES,
Peppermint, Cinnamion andl Perfect Love COR
LEMON SYRUP. hy the Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and White Wine VINEGA R,
Pint, Ilalf-pint and Quart FLASKS.
Wino, Lemon Syrup and Porter BOTTLES,
DE MIJOIHINS, all sizes.
E, hODGES, Aor.sT.
Nov 29 if 46
A O E ptime GOSIJEN CH EESE,
JU or sale by E. IlODGES, AGr.NT.I
Nov 29 tf 461
LLPrsn indebted to the Subhscriber by note
Cor open necunt, are eiarnestly requested to
take pulament by or before the first of Jlanuary naext.
11. A. S11A W.
N..1 ino 43 I
RICE FALL DRY 0U13.
3 EG to informn the public, that their Fall Stoek
) of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now complete. In addition to oar Store we have
added a handseic
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where wiN be finda the Ricliest Drcss Fabrics of
the season, at the lowest New York cash prices.
An ng which are:
Rich Brocade Dress SILKS and SATINS;
Extra fino white and biek Brocade Silks and
Satinw: plain and Chimelion do.:
Plail and Striped Silks; rich Irish Poplins and
Rich etsneed and black Silk Velvets;
Rich Satin Broche Caishmeres -
Extra fine Satins, American:
Black and White Watered Siiks;
Plain bh1ek Silks, al widths:
Small figured black Silke; Iaf Aourning Silks,
'aek and colored Alpaens and Bonatazines;
Black and colored Brocade Alpaca.s;
French and English Merinos and Cashmeres;
Muslin Delaines, Ginghams and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices ;
Ia our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be found, the latest styles of colored and.
baek VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MA.N
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and comfortable,
B'k, Col'd and Watered Silk Mantillas, of all kinds,
Long and Square Woolen Shawt', in great variety
Plain Crape Shawls. very low priced,
A few extra rie Emb. Crape Shawl.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keep all the favorite brands of
KERSEYS, OSNABURGS and BLANKETS,
aud can alfrd to sell them at factory prices as well
as our neighbors. .
Special attention is regnted to 50 bales of the
best KERSEY ever brought South, (beught at auc
tisn,) 5 cents per yard Ies. than factory prices,
Sutinets, Jeaus, Tweeds, Clothe, Casaimeres, and
Flnnels tof all kinds.
And a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we request the attentionof the publie.
Oct 16 t- 41
RICH C-lored and Black VELVETS of various
- kinds for Mantillas and Cloaks. A few pieces
of handsome polished CLOTH for Ladies Cloaks,
with some of. the richest trimmings made. For
ale eheap at GRAT BROTIUERS.
Augusta, Ga., Nov 17 f 44
G1RAT BROTHERS, Augusta. Ga., have now
L in Store a full supply of Rich and Elegant
russeols; Threeply, Ingrane and Cotton CARPETS
with lugs and Druggets to mateh, which they
if'er to the public cheap.
Nov17 f 44
G RAT BROTi IERS, have on hand a large as
J'sortment of BLANKEPS, of various kinds.
'robably some of the finest Saxony Wool fine fin
hed, imported. With a large asortment of Lower
rades and Plstatiun Blankets, which we are
jIE 1ndersigned having taken the Brick Storo,
Topposite the American Ilotel and next door to
Wright, Nichols & Co., would respectfully call the
tention tof his friends and the public generally, to
is NEW and well selected Stock of
Boots, Shoes and Trunks,
tens Thick Water Proof and Fine Dress Boots,
lenta Fine Congress Gniters, of thae latest style,
in 1 Plantation Shoes, Bhoy. and Youth's Bloota and
isses' andi Children's Strong and Fancy Shoes,
I.adie~s Fine Silk Thick Ssole Gaiters and Slipers,
enny Lindi Walking Shoes,
ervant's Shoes of the beat 'style and quality.
large andI splendid assortment of
SA TS A ND C APS.
All of which h-e pledges himself to .sell .VERY y.
.OW for cash, or on time to penet'nal dealers.
All those wishirg any Goods'.in thee~above line.
will find it to their intorest to call and''examnbie hiis
Stock before purchasing elsewhecre. Please call and
hoose for yourselves, as goods will freely be shown
> any one uhw-may fisvor him. with a call.
IHamburg. Ocet I 3m 38
State of Souutla Carolina,
iNi TllE COMMON PLEAS.
William D. Jlenninigs, Dc. nAtc t
FII E PlainitifF it. the above ease 1having this
i day filed his. declaration in any Office, and the
efendant hasving neither wife nor Attsrney known
, reside within the limits of tis State on whom
opv of said J)eelaration with a rule to plead can be
served. On motion of Mr. Tonwrxiss. Attorney for
1aintiffs, Ordered that said Defendant appear and
lead to said declaration within a year and 'a day
on the date hereof, or judgmenst will be awarded
Igainst thenm by default.
TIlOS. (, 1A CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Mtay 17,1l852. ly 18
STAT1E OF SOUTJH CAROLINA.
yN COMMON PLE AS.
lerk's Office, May 17, 1852. .Jy 85
John 51. Clark,)
es 'Foreign Attachat
John M. Clark for J.
St. C. Freelantd, Foreiga Attach'ng
Richard Bailey. I
lIT lIER EAS the Plaintifis severally in the ao
S tions above mentioned have this day filed
heir respective declarations in ite samne, against
he Defendant, who (as rt is said) fs absent from
snd without the limits of the State, and has neither
ile nor Attorney known wlthfa the same, upon
whon a copy of the said meveral declarations might
be servedl: It is therefore ordered that the said
efendant. Itichard Bailey, do appear and plead
o the said declarations respectively, within a year
tnd a day fromn this date, otherwise final and abso
lute judgmecnt will be given anid awarded against
i in the said suits respeciC Yelt. C P
Clerk's Offie, Sept. 6, 1852. y $6
STATE OIF SOUTH CAROLINA.
LN COMMON PL EAS.
lames .Jones, .1oseph J Ken
nedy and .lohn McKissne, FoigAtc'a.
he City Council of Augusta.J
WH EREAS the Phaintifls have this day filed
their declaration against the Defendants, who
as it is said) arc absent from and without the limits
af this State, and have no- Attorney known within
the same upon whoma esmpy of the said declaration
might bie served st is hetheefore ordered that the
said Defendtants do appear and plead to the said de
rlaratione within a year and a day from this date,
athewise Anal and absolute judgment will then be
;e and awarded against thcm.
THOS, G. BIACON, C. E. D.
State of South Carolina,
UN COMMON PLE AS.
tes cl. in Attachment.
.filed his Deelaration in my Office, and the De
fendant having neither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside witha the limits of this State on whom a
ropy of said Deelaration with a rule to plead can
he served, On motion of Mr. M5RO?4an, Attorney
or Plaintiff: Ordered that said D~efendant appear
and plead to said Declarations within a year and a
day from the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
TllOS. G. 1IACON~, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, June 1, 1852. ly 20
l'i A AGES done to the " ITamburg aina
EgfedPlank Road," ocssonedl by the
heavy rains of Thursday and Friday last, have been
repaired, and the Road is now in good travellinsg
order its ent're length.
1I. A. KENRICK, President.~
Ilbr.., v, 3 t .46