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EXTENSIVE SALE OF
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
' KING desirous to remove to the West. I will
sell at publie sale, (in TUESDAY, 18th day of
January next, at my residence, the lilowiig valta
ble* Real Estate, lying one mile and a half front the
rine Ilonse, in Idgefield Distriet, vz:
Eliven Unndred Acres,
Reing the Mill Traet-alsi. a lease of Oie tliusand
(1000) aures more-the said lease being fir eigt t
years or longer if the .\ill shiould require it to eut
the timber. The el-ven hundred neres, has h:d
nothing cut from it, of coinsequinlce, for sever.1
years, and is niw well timbered. Th" .1111 i< a C:i
enlar Saw earried by water power and will cut from
four t., s:x thioumand feet per day-is inl excl:eit
order, and lis a large patronage.
Also, the lOE31STEin TRACT, adjoiming
the above, situated on the Public lo;d, cintaintitTg
Four Ilundred acres, with a large. handsome and
commodl'ui.,ns Dwelling, justt finished-bi-ing well
plastered and pa:ntrd-with new out henses and
stab!es. all framned and mamde larg- and commodious,
with anl excellent Spring of water convenient to the
The said Land has about two hundred acres of
Creek lais, which is very produtive and well
suited for agriculture. As tu the elara-ter of .said
Mill and Lands, see Mr. Nat. aney who resides at
Edgetield C. It. Also,
Six Very Likely Negroes,
Mules, COws, 1ogs, Corn. Fodler, Oats, Peas,
Wagon. Buggy. I louseh.ol. Furniture (ineindiig a
ine Piano Forte) and other things too tedious to
The Lands will be sald in a credit of ne,. two
and three years with interest. The persotn: esaite
on a cred:t of tne year with interest. The purcha
sers to give nutes or bonds with approved !.ureties.
tir'ly h. Subscriber wouldl lie a!ad to show the
Mill and Lands, to any one Vh., deires to seC thetm.
JAS. L. IIILL.
Dec 22 5t . 19
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,
to me directed. I ,-mill proceed to sell .t
Edigefield Court Ilinse, on then first Moind:ty
and Tnesday folliwin in Jatnniry next, hlie
following piroperty. in the foiillowing cases, viz:
EdImund AIleson and iothers vs D 4ughas
Robertsin and John [Hill: M. L. Bonlamni and
others. Sureties. vs. John 11111: Wright. Nicholls
& Co. vs 11111 & Wardlaw, One Ilo'use and l.4it
in the Villat.e of i'ttersville, where the De.
frndant Iill re--ided, containiing five acru.s, mure
or less, well improved, with all necessairy out
One other Lot known as the Gibbs' Lot con
tain'iing two :acres, more or less.
One other Lot kniwn as the Rhoder Lot.
containing ine acre, more or less. well imnroved.
One other.Lnt.known as the Mary Gibb Lot,
containingor one':aere, More 01r less, well improved.
'Ilhe abhjove, Lots are all situated in the Village
of Pottersville on the East and West sides of
the Cambridge road, adjoihining lands of F. W.
Pickens, John Kirksey and other-.
Al'o. one Tract of- Land known as the Dun
tonsville Tract, sitinated at the junction ot the
Abbeville and Cambridge ltoads, contaiining
TPwo Hundred, acres. more or loo, adjining
htnds of John Cheathatn, Benj. F. Strom and
Wrighmt, Bull & Co.. vs Caleb Mitchell, One
House :ad Lot inl the Village or I'ottersville,
containiir f-nrt vies, more or less, adjoining
l:inds ofi F. W. Iickeis anl others, upom whieb
is a good Dwellinig H otn-e, Carriage Shop,
.ll::eknsmit h Shop, amid other nere.,sary out-build
Trincis-The above prnoperty will boe iold <.n
a credit of twelve months. thte piurcha~ser givin'g
note with :tpproved seentrity, bearintg interest
fritm date 'if sale.
Thme B-ink of~ lamtburg S. C.. vs Dawson At
kinson: Various oi-her l'laiintihfs vs the satme.
One 'f raet of Land in Beach Islhmd, containiing
six huntdredl acres, umore or less, whlere the De
fendatnt residled at thme time of his death, adjoin
injg lands oft Satmniel Citrk. 31 rs. Wh-tley' anti
others. uponl whichi is a comfoirtable Dwelling~
house, withI niecessair onthliiinmgs.
Also, eigrhteen Likely Negroes, viz: William,
Jiarkless, Gilbiert, Tsaun, Samn.'Be-n. Jerry. Eaister,
Chatrle~s. latmra,'Patientce'. Jnttlie. D~areatss, Lucy,
Fanntv. MarLgaret, Lutereti1 aind Nancy.
An'd ott Tuesday the 1Itht day of January
- . next, wvill be sold :tt thme residence of Mrs. At
kinison, in Beaceh Islanid, I lorses. imIes, Cattle.
.llogs. Corn a'nd Foddler. Itiusehtold and Kitchecn
Tertts tnade known on day of satle.
-*Jas. M. llarrison vs Stewart Harrison ;Johln
L~. Dohev. for Lawrence. Alvers & Co., vs. thme
Same ; 'other l1%intilfs vs 'iTe Sitme, three
Netgroes,v viz: Hiarriet and hter chtildl Carolinte,
'mand hov' Phil. three llor..es, one two llorse Bg
tyand'lartiens, one t wolos Wgo n
John L~von, f'ir S. F. Goode, vs John R. Wec
ver ; J:mne-s A. Devore. hearer, vs Thme Satne:
Other Phlainttitra vs . Thle Same, thme Tract oit
. . ainid where- the -Defenmdat resides, knowtt as
the [Pinme Homtse Tract, ciontainmingt - acres.
more or -less, adjoiintg lands of Bentj. Bettis.
James Swearengin atndl othenirs.
Martin MceCarty vs.Wm. 3leCarter. the Tract
.of Land whtere thte Defetndant lives,'contadining
one hundired anid sixty aes, more oir less.
-Jatmes Shteppard vsi Eli W. Sego, the Tractot
Land, where the D)efendant resides, cotntaining
two hunmtdred anmd forty-twvo acres, more or lens.
adjoiining lands of Mris. Philipis, Johmn B. IIu'mil
tont. E. Biledsne and others.
G. L. P'ice vs N. L. Bartley, otne Bay Ilorse,
. Saddle and Bridle.
-Thmomas Fergttson v4s James Owensby &
Frances Owenmsb-WVilh he sold at thet residence
of thme Defena'mtt Jaimes Owetishy. (in Friday.
the 7tht dayv oft Jantary. one htunired and fifty
btushtels ot' Corn, two llorses, t wo Cows anm'd
Calves, two Sows and nine P'igs, anud tree
Staicks of Fodder..
LEWIS JONES, s. F,. E. D.
Dec 13 4te 48
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
A. W. Lowe and 3Marthta 3M., his wife, ]
Jtihn Rainsford atnd Sarah, htis wife,
and othIers, Defen/attts,
P Y Virtne ouf an Orde.r from HI. T. Wrigrht.
)Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, I
shall proceed to '1ell otn thme first 3lontday ini
JIanuary next, at Edgefield C. blouse, ini the
above stated case, one Tract of' Land, conttaini
ing one hundred and twenty-eight acres. tmore
or less, belonginig to thme estamte of Jesse Hobbs,
diee'd.. and adjoininig Ilands of L. B. Cochr.ui, J.
A. Bedl, Satuel Strout amid others.
T1'rts-A4 credit of twelve months. Tme
Purchaser wyill be reujired toi give biondm, withI
smtflicietnt seenmrity, atmd a Mourtgage if thet pmre'ti
ses to thme Ordinary to seentre the puirchtase
monotey. Costs to ptaid in eam~h.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Dee 11 41e 48
- heriH'is Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH C A OINA.
31arion Coleman, Appmlicamnt,
Jas Uiorn anti Matildat, his wife, andt
othters, Defendanits. 3
1)Y Virttue of an Order from II. T. Wright,
} Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District,
wvill piroiceedl tose in thie Iirst Mondaiy in JI:um
tnary next. :tt Edge'field C. Ilouise, itt thme abiove
cae on~e Traict of Land, cuintauiing two Itun
red1 anti fifty aere<. tmore or less, adjointing
lands 'if Stepihen WV. Mays, Col. S. Hlarrison
Tr'~.rts-A credit ofC twelve nmonits. Pmtr
chamser will be requiired to give bond with sutli
eient seenrity', amnd at mortgage to thte Ordiary,
to seeinnre the pturcha~se money.
Costs to be patiin int Catsh.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Dec II 4te 4
P ETtSONS inidebte~d to the Estate of Mrs. F. E.
Perrin, dee'dl.. are regntestedl to call and settle.
andi those having claims will piresent them prnoperly
attested. T. IH. .J01INSON, \d'
E.v24L. t 45llE.
1ALTE ACADEMY RE-OPENED!
An Excellent Tcher Engaged?
A BEAUTIFUL EDIFICE SOON TO BE COMPLETED
r FIE TR 1STE KS of the Male Academy at ti's
;Iplae take great plensure in announcing to the
public that this Iustitution will be opened again on
the 2-up Nt).Nvy ai .Juiaty %r-,r, under the most
The Tveher th...y have enlloyel is Mr. T. G.
LITatr of Faitlield, a G1R.A1)LATE OF TILE
SOUTI I CA ioLINA COLLEGE.
This gentleman enters our comninuity with the
most ample recommendatitins front the Faenity tin
der wltom lie has f'nished his studies. Of lis ability
to prepare young men for successful applIttiom to
tile irthilest Se-eminries of our country, there is not
a doubt. It may hie addcd that his strictly moral
elaracter is not'less certainly established than the
accuracy of his Scholarship.
'ie Trntsteen, in putting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to assure tinise, who may
patrcninea the Institution tinder their charge, that it
is their dtetrinnation to do all they can towards en
forcing retsniar discipline and keeping up a proper
degree of pride and en.lation among the pupils.
The new Building now in progre.-vt wi!l be one
of the nost commodionus as well as one of the most
ornate edifices Of the kind in the State.
Execllett bo.rling can be obtained in private
f.niilies at $8 to $10 per nonth.
The Tera will be determined upon after a eon
siltation with the Principal. They'. will not exceed
those of other similar Acaemtties.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
JOT I N A USK ETT,
ARTIII i RSINIK INS.
Dee I I tf -48
g~gN T "1'I C E,
A Beautiful Assortment of
CAS1H.MER'.., NIEl.N!.EN, DELAINES AND)
A !so. a few itre of thow hanlsorie ltids, Pro
ees and Ires14 s Silk-. which will be .old4 LOW. Of
131!an ket, Ne;-ro Clot Is & Tvweeds,
'.,'ethe.r with fine kets for Gentlenen and Ueyv
1have a line toeck.
W. P1. BUTLEMl.
De. 8 it 47
. a N LM\N qualifi to te-ach thle di'r
I. e-it beranetht of thle Eneglisht Ltigngcan
find an excellent sitiatinet Lv al-yig at oine- tot
either of the Stiser:bers. The Schoil is sittiatrd
near Perry's ("ross lationds in this District, a thickly
populated and healthy neighborhoom.
Any one deirtingi. the place would do well to ap
ply quickly, as the opportinity may not be lutig open.
WM. COLI3.\N. .
Dec 8 5t .47
TITE Tlt UST E8 take pleasure int ainie'sti
1. to the puble that they hive stccrdel in pro.
curoin the services f Mr. W. WIl\TAK Eli
CIl LDErS. for the en'uting year, an exierienced
Soutler Teziaher, comipetent to prepare Students
for any Cotl!ert.
Rates of Tuition mnderate. Tmnard at Q7.011 per
ionth. The Sehool,1 will open ot the 2d Mtonday it
For further part'ctlars apply t tle Undlereigrned.
I-V. N. 10011E, See'ry.
Dee. S 4t 47
0Oak Grove Academay.
TiiE Exerei'i's of this Ittstitutint will be re
.1'n.ned again otn the First Multtday in Jahnuary
1853. 31. C. CL A1K.
WIL slltothighexc~t bidler (tot thie
i rem'es) ont .atm' hey, the. irst dlay of .lanni
ai"y next, ai certaitn Tract tot Land, bel~onigine to the
estal~e of .leshnt Falkiter, dee'd., lying~ near the ('am
bridige roacd, adjoi'ning lands of Dr. .lhn Lanidrumtt
cnta'ning Finy (50) Aceres., more or lests, anid kntown
as the .lamnes Falknern Tract.
Tr.ansts-A credit of t~velve mionths will be given,
A note with two scouri'tles will he requtired.
J1. Q U.\TT LEHLTU. . lx'nrtt.
D--e S .'At 47
gfTlLLhe stlhl at the " Spanni I~otel" on Wed
2 ns ly,2th ittst., all theI
Household and Kitchen Furniture
blonlginig to said Itintel, constistintg itn part iof A'la
it gatty TIables, Centtre Tab'es, Sofa, Chairs, Carpets,
I )ige-ters, tand all tneessary. articles aboutt a IIlotel.
A greaeter pTtionit of the( Furtniturei., redditng,&c.,
hate b--ent purchtased within the presentt ye:.r.
Tecrms. mtade knoewnt on da~y of sale.I
RECAD)Y & H CIET.
Dec 15 2: 4S
'1 'TLL be sold, by consentt of pantIes. at the
? residence. of 1). J. Gilehrnist, on Mlonday the
27throf Dccetmber, thne followinmg Tracts of Latnd,
The lRocky Potnd or Steam Mill Traet, whereon
a vthnable Steam Saw anid Grist Miii have been
recently erected anid is now in snt'cessful operation,
contiaininig Sevent Ihundlred attd niniety-Iiv.e and hait
(7%.3) acres. This Tract is 'rituated near the Sa
The Ferry Tract, several small Tracts, and three
or four ettall lslanis itn the Sarantnah Rtiver, enni
t'inintg tog-titer Sixteene Ilutndred and twenty.-tite
One Tract of Land itntedc in Lincoln County,
Georgia,. ly.intg ent the Savatnnah Riivet', conttainting
Se venty-three 173) acres, etore cr le..s, and onte-halft
of Wit's l~slatt.i, conttaininig onte hundred and forty
(40) ner"-. inore tir less.
Piats of the above Lanids will be exhiiited otn thle
tdey cot sale.
'I'mos~t-Twe.l vi months credlit-puiie~rhser' will
be requ'tred to give hiond with approntved sureties,
and a Mot tgage of the prmss
Dee 1l 2t 8
ST ILTL be sehld at the residence oftthe Subscriber
..Y n .\ld.'y the 27th tif Decemer somee
FOUR OR FIVE LIKELY NE(GROES,
beletgeng toi the Estate cit J. IE. Kiherense, dee'uh.
Alse littsechoild and K tehten Firtt'ture, &c. Saiid
prperty is sold to satisfy the debts of said I):'
ceased. Termts Cash.
D). J. G ILCiTRIST, E~x'er.
Dec 11 2t 48
TLLhe sold at the Steam Mill of P. .Gil
tie chist & ('i., til the 27th citf )leemtber,
Seve'n or Eight [Likely. Yoe .\hes, Tw~so or Three
Yoke of Ox--n, Cartts, Wagttns anid sotme FIfty or
lnn-tIredI thousand feet (if Lumtber.
D). J. Gli.CIIRIST, Otne cit the Firm.,
Deei1 2t 418
. LTL Personts ind~ebtte~d to thte Estaite of Sarah
1"endly, de'e'd ., will plthtP'e mattke. immedticte
pnmet. 'I'bese having dlemiands will presenit thtemi
preerly attr sted lot' paymenctt. -
Admn'r de. bonais noen.
De'c 11 tt 48
ALL Permit' intdebted to the Estate of Abram
. Kilerene', dlec'd., w.silI please meake immtediate
pamienit. Thtose htavinig dellmntds w..ill present thteml
proerly atttestedl fur payitmnt.
Dccli I. J. GILCIlRIST, Admn'r.
Extra Fine Che'winlg.
JUS rcivc'd a few Ikuxes (if EXTit\ FINE
(iI EWiNG T( BIACCO, the celebrated " Cah
htouni lirandc,"' tmnufactur'ed expiresshy teen the Sub
scriber. 6. L. P'ENN, A cE't.
A ug 18 tt 31
80I BA GS Augusta Canal FLOUR, tfer sale lowv
Q U by E.il101G i-'S, Asvrv.
Ilai,,1,,,,un , o'. 29t 46
NEW WOTER GDDDS.
VVm. H. CRANEJ
JA W cW !Fm zmiz lp Ol,
IS constantly receiving, by the latest arrivals frot
New York. full supplies of
Rich and Fashionable Goods,
Suitable for the season, to which he would r.spect
fnlly call the attention of the-e visiting the city.
Eegatnt French Printed I )rl,aines,
Rich Luitred ttlak Gri Deliine,
Large anda Sina!l Figured Delainc, low pr:eed,
R:ch Figured Brocade Silks.
Fine French and 11 nigfish Colored iMerinos,
Fine llack State and Drab Catmnere Slawls,
Bilack and Colored Silk Alantilas,
.ong and Square Plaid Shawis,
Fine Ci'ored FlimneIls for Sacks.
Superior Wolch and Silk Warp Flannel,
Fine Brocha and Cashmere Shawls.
-Worsted Pnidim. for ChilIren, Cheap,
Plainti lack and Colored Del .aines,
Fite Ilack Bumbazine aund Alplnaenzs.
Fine Second .\4ourning DeI.aines,
French linbroideredi Cllari. very Cheap.
Itich Embroidered Chemanisetts, with slecvu to
JAcOnet and Swiss Insertings an,] Edgings,
A L.a:ge Assortiment of Blankets.
Flannels, Satinets. Tweeds. Jeans,
Plaitns, Kersevs, Cassinmeres,
Brown and lileached Shirtiigs and Sheeting.,
Tickings, ke., &c.,
Which he is selling air very low. Planters and their
families would do w,-lt to give him a cnll, where
they will find a large asortment of Goods at low
State of South Carolina,
L. B. Cochran and others.
Eliza Bell and others.
T Y virtue of an order from the Coiurt of
. Eqity in ithis case, I slhall procced to sell
at the Lfte residence of Mrs. C'harlotte Roebel,
dee'd., nn Thnr-day the Gth of January nexi. the
following Negro property, viz: Iliry, Eldred,
Allen, Serenia and two childrei Willitin aid
Amanda, Caroline and her two children jarrah
and .hlohn, .Mlary, Lanrn. Sarah, Frances, Anider
SO). Ellen, Ihenry and Travis.
These negrties will be sold on a credit tif
twelve moniths from day of sale, except a to so
mneh as will ie required to defray the costs (f
this suit which iusL be paid in cash.
The ipurchase money will be secured by
Bonds with adegnatle personal sureties. Pur
chasers to pay for papvrs.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. z. rn.
Dec. I1 4te 48
State of South Carolina,
Jts. E. Coleman and athers,
Wilson L. Coleman and others.
B)Y Virte of an Ord-er from the Cort of
Eqity in this case, I will sell at. Edgefield
C. Ii.. on the first Momday in .Jatnary next.
the following real estate (if James B. ColeaIn,
One 'I'ract, called the " Rendheimer Tract,"
eonttitning ifteen ttthundred (1 c) eres. inre
(or less, situate in IexintIlon District otn Rocky
Spring Creek, and adjuiintg hmd of Joihn
Court oer, Ri. TP. 31ims, lhmds formnerly ownted
by Owen Ulerrin, :tnd other lantds of thme in
An interest in another Traict of two hundred
(200i) acres, mnore or less, situa~te ini Edgelield
Distriet, adjoiining lanads of Wi!.'on L. Coleman
and Pat rick J. Cile-mtan.
Onie half of anthetttir Tract of one hundred
atd thirty..two (132) aeres, more or less, in
l'dgefield Di.,tric-t, :adj<.ining l.moda of Wiley
Rhoden and (thers.
i.:tts OF S...-A eredit of twelve nmonths,
-xcept costs to lie paid in entsh. Bond~s and
amplle seenirities required to secure the purchase
moniiey. Purchasers to pay for papers.
Dec 8 4t - 47
State of South Carolina,
James.Neai and others,)
vs. Bill for Partition.
Nancy Neal and others.
V virtue of' an order frotm the Court if.
1Eq u: in this case, I wilt proceed to sell
it Edgetiefd C. 11. otn t-he first 1otnday in Jatnu
arv next, the folkiwinig lantds, vIz:
I. A polrtioni of the htomesteagd tract, cotmpri
ing fouir hutnd red neres, miore or less, situated
in the Distrie-t aforesaid, and lying on Penn creek,
the boundaries to be given mottre accurately on
day of sale.
2. A tract of land containinig eight hutndred
acres, moatre or less, sitate as above, lyingon
Turkey eree-katnd adjmiining lands of Avory
Bland, Agntila Stiles, Engetne Burt and others.
3. Another tracr of land, containing one hun
dred and three acres, imore or less, aind adjoining
lands of Eugene Burt, Avory Bland and others.
4. A bo~dy of land near Edgeleld C. ii., ad
joiniteg land'ls of Franicis WV. Pickens, Fratncis HI.
Wardltw anad others, which ii to he run otr inito
seven lots, as near equal as may be, anud thus
Tihe shovc are l'ite lainds antd shonld command
the aittenition of all punrchaers of real estate.
P'lats of the dilierent tracts and iif thme last men
tioned seven lots will lbe exhibited otn the day of
Terms of sale.-A ered(it of one and two years
from day of sale, with interest from atnd after
the expiraitin of the first year, except as to so
muh as will defrav the costs oif this snit which
mst lie paiid in cash. The pturchase money to
ie secenred by Bonds with sufticient sureties.
Purchasers to pay foir titl-s.
A. SIMlKTNS, c. E. E. Di.
Nov. 16, 1852. 7L 44
State of South Oarglinaa,
Britton 3Mimts and othiers,) '
vs. Bill for Partition,
James Rt. Garrett, Will- (antd Account.
iamt Garrett, anud othters.
I Y virtue of ani Order ftrom the Cottrt of
IEqunit y int this case, I will sell at Edgefieldi
C. H. ont the first Monday in Janutary next, the
folowintg tracts or parcels of hmud, viz:
1. A tract or parcel of sixty four nerew,situiate
in the District afo~resaid on Stephen's creek, and
bounded bay lands of Thomas Mc-Kie, WV. G.
teKie and Samuel Getze-n.
2. A tract or parcel of six acres, siitnte as
.-.bove~ lying on Waters i-f Horn's creek, and
adjoinitig lands of Tihos. R. 31eKie.
3, A tract or patrcel of sixty four nere', sold by
Mrs. Ehiz. Garrett, as to her life estate to Wmn.
Garrett anti hv Imb to Samuel Getzen.
Pats of* thme ablove tracts or ptarcels of land
will hie prepared arid exhtibited on t he day of
sle, more actiuately defining their situationt atid
These lands will hte sold on a credit of t welve
moths from the daty ohf sale, except ats to thme
costs of this stilt wvhich will be requtired in ensh
Purchsers to give bonds with sidegntate surehies.
A. SlIaIKJNS, c. E. E. Da.
Nor. 15. 1832. 70 4
State of South Carolina,
IN CO3DMON l'LE AS.
George R ohinsoni, )
ri Dec'on in Attach,'nt.
Tlinfero & Toarbet,
r II E P'laintifl in the aoe stated ease, hiav-ig
this flav llh-dr his lDeelaration int my Oflice, tandi
thae Defendnttt having neither wife nor .\ttuirney
known to reside wiithmin the limtitsi of this State. on
whiott a ciopy of snid Declarattioin with a rule~ to
plead enna he 'served: Ott muntion of Mr. Mixntv~it,
Attorneyv for Phainitiff: Orderedl. That said Defend
sant appeari and- pienad to salid lJeelarntion wvitin a
er and a day fromt the d iate hereof', or in default
thereof judgmnttt will be entered against him.
TIIOS4. (1. IlACON, C. E. D.
C1..r.'. Am..ce, Ot 13 2. ly'l 43
BY STEAMERS AND SOUl
Is in receipt of an Extensive, I
FALL AND WIF
67 The Community and Pt
requcsted to call and examine 1
Edgeficld C. 11., Oct. 13,
Mt, Lebanon University,
r 3 1tE Undersigned, a Comittnit. o teaw 1lonrol
! of Trustees of the MOUNT LElANON
U'N W E RSITY, are desirwus to engnge the s. rvices
ofl a l'ra.esor of Ancient I.ngurges anid Mathe
maties for the Acal.u-mic yenr of E1seren imiouthws,
beginaniung tin the fir-st Monduav in Malrcb next.
'of a gentle.itan thoroughly qual:aifieod in the Do
partment above refurred to, n salary of twelve hutn
dred duliars per ann.um will ie guiarantie*d.
This is .a hW lititution loentel in otne of the
timost a::recuble ntd healthy neighborhoods in North
Lou-imna, remuoved from every indue.-ment to di-i
pat-:n and vice. It is under the nuepiees and on
tril of the North'Ia.i'nna Bapti.t Caon venthin . 81n
to at gentleman of large VCqnirements au di-tin
iis'hed r.-putatiou ain-rs proicsectively high induce
The expenses of a famnily wouhl he small. The
situautionti is he-althy, central and etsy of aecess : and
the Trustees look with eor.lidlnee to a prompt :md
lih-r:d patriage (f this, the first In-titution of th.
kinl atteipted to be raiscd up in a regiin full (if
resources iil a rapid state of d evelopmuent. It is not
itteilh-d to connflte its benefits tao:mV sin- jenmasiuaam
tion ; but Pupils of till pwNtaaia1ions will be gladsly re
eeived and guarded against all attempts at prosely
It is desirable that genti-men apply;ng for this
titnation should farnish Intquestionnbalple testimo-nals
of their comipeteney to coiiet pupils through a
cmplete votire of the Greek lt] L:tin Langtiug.-s
adh tll.. pure and mixed Albtlaiituties. As e:r!v as
prnetieable these Departments will he separated : for
the first year, how.ever, they are unavoidably united
un.1cr wuit head. .
A pplieatioins, accompaniel with teet'monials. may
hI. a liresx.ed (post Iid) to COl. George W. Aogers.
eretury of the lioard oft Trutstesa until the~ lirst
lay of* .l-mimry next, whena :tselc-stin will be miadea
frism the aipplicants imd prompaht notice given to the
13. EGA.\N Presidlent,
T. A. REY.
3Mt L.-banon. flienrille P'ari..h, Lea.
Nov12 Sit 4.5
Abbey Green Female Institute,
By IIisk Sophuia Chmapiun.
111f8J Institutitnui s liented seve~tnamiles Nosrtht o
I.Edlgehiehld UJ., and withain aigfit' of Elton
. 0. It is sit uu~i -n a remanrkatldy benithy posrtiion
i the Disatrict. Znd cosnvenient to an excellett
pring. Thie builinig is entirely new, large an
The instructress, 3Miss Carts ha the reputationa
f beinir .nu exphlericed anud titented Tencehi-r..
'jThe Elemtetary, antd all the higher branchaes of
aah'ngl, togethaer with Laitin sanh French ares taughit.
lems pet sesion.it u~f live~ mioths for aill branchdeil
except .\hsie,.. ......... t.. ) (II
Musie, itnluinig use,.of Piano............25 III
(0s. .l lno rI can he obtained in ths nigihborhsso
t $7; pc r 31onth. For further infosrmation, if de
ired, upp~i'y to either of the utndersignecd.
* S. W. NICIIOLSON,
Oct 28 4m'" 41
Flint Hill Academy.
.the public, that they have engaged for the en
sing year, the services sof Ar. W. B t., gradu
te sof Oglethorpe College, G;eorgia.
rTe Schoosl will open on the 2ndi .\onay in JTan
nry next, and the. Schuolastie year will consist of
fena Months, at the. following ratea, viz:
iSpllinag, Reading, Writing and Elementary A r'th
meastie .........................12 00
Geography, G;rammanr,.Arithmnetic, IDecla
mation and Ciapsition............ 16 00
.\lgbra and the higher branches of .iatht
emiaties.. . . .. . . .. . . . ... (4 t)
Latmn. G;reek. &c.................... 30 00i
00i0-1 liardta can be obtained ini the neighborhaoadj
at $7,00 per miontha.
03T For further particul.ars, plea.se apply to either'
of the U~ndersignecd.
J AS. II. MI.\S. J
rp J1E RI DGE FE.\ALE SC1100r6 will open
on the first Mlandav of JTanuaryv next, near the
reisidentce of the intderslirned. nuir the chlarge of
Mies SlanT E...1tunAsl. This ladyv receive1 her eidu
ation tunder the~ in'trntioan of the liev. D r. .lohln
so, from whom shte brings high recommtenatisi.
She is also favornbly known in this District as an
intratutor of youth.
'Te brnneches of aesne-s'tion w-ntly taught in Fe
male Acsademies with Music, wvill lbe taughat im this
at the usual pric's.
Good lissardl enn be obtatinedl in the neighborhaoodl
at $8~,00 per month.
E1 JT.T WATSON,
M. 10LSTON, * 'Trtstee'.
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Male School
ST ILL lie opened onl the 1st M[onidpy of Jantuary
V next, a little below Mr. Wade Illatein's rasi
ence, tunder the echarge of Mr. KRVss, wiho wats
nlnh by 11ev. Mr. Kenneajy, of Andea't. nd is
favorably known in this DLisirict as an instructor oif
This usual baranchies of ednenfiotn nttendedl to in
'lale A endemiaes incltuding the Classies, &c., will be
taught sat the usual pricers.
WADE TTOL.STON, ) #
TilOMAS lIATES, L
.1. M. NORRIS,.
RIdge, Nov4 tf 45VSAsWlL
I Teacher WVanted.
ATEA ChER is wanted to take ehnrge of the
Al larna's Creek Male Academyv. One compe
t-nt to instruct in both Maodern and Atneisnt Lan
linnes, and enn bring good recomnendiations, wiill
tina an excellent situation by making immaediate ny,
ppentsin to either of the Subscribe: a. lie m ust be
enatirey Southern in princip~al andis fe'eling.
.lI)IIN 1I. 'A IR,
13. P. TILLMAN.
Dec 1 tf 4I6
L TL Personts indebted to the Estate of Jane
J I.Logian, dec'd., arc requestead tat imake inmme
i:te patyiment, andl those having dlemands will pre
sent them: forthwith, properly attested aecordimg to
lnw. -AMBROSE NIX, Adm'r.
711 CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
[andsome and Splendid Stock of
Iblic Generally are respectfully
hem at No. 1, PARK Row.
J-f/- Tr.T Friends of Col. F. W. PICliNS
beg lenve to present him to the people or Edge.
lield, and of the Districts which nay be thrown
with us by the new apportionment, as an emi
nently suitible person to represent uA in tlh
Congress of the United States. Mr. Cr.T
lih ing positively declined a re-election, it be
comttes our dulty to select his successor with 1
vere; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. icENs laoulid
he mgnin cnlled into requisition upon the very
floor where lie has hitherto served us so elli
ciently. It is perhaps proper to add, on our
part, that this announcement is tendered with
ont Col. P's knowledge or desire, and with no
reeling of opposition to any individual.
Ig!!P Tm Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him ia a candidate to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next
Congress, Mr. Bu-r having positively declined
This nomination, like another which appearm
in this paper, was made by the friends of Capt.
1. purely of their own accord, without reference
his wM1thes on the subject and without the
remolet desion of forestalling public opinion
n hi< f'ivor nrainst any individual.
A FREShl SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWING
Baron. Lard and Flour, M3ustard in L'oxes,
lleef Tontces, Capers,
(Cheese, Fruits in Ilranudy,
P'ine A pple ('hceese, Strawberry, Itasphncry,
MInekerel, in Barrel. and i Blacklbury Janms and
Eitts, I Jellys,
Saglhuon., in Kitts, Piek'dlSarsarrass, Strawhnery,
Fresh 5:, hinin, j liasphuery and~ Lemon
" r3fneke'rel, iSyrupas,
" Clams, |Lemnon and .ime Jaiee,
Sacrdlines, 1-2 and l-4 box' Assorted ('nndies,
Pickled tPork, I " Ki~ses,
" Beef, Dl 'k andi White Pepper
" Stand, White Mnstnardl Seed,
Porto iticoe Sugar, G4routnd aned Itace Ginger
Stewaras ColTee Sugar, Bermuda Arrow Itout,
Neuperior Browrn " Prepared Fanna, food for
L~onf and C:rucshed " Inlants.
IPnly'd mnal Ctlarified do Colgate's Penr1 Starch,
Java and Lagnaira Coffee Soda anid Sail Ae-rntus,
Jamaic-a and Rio " Sal Soda and Salt Peter,
3l0asees. 'Table and Sne'k Salt,
A ueneral assortment of Sperm. Adnmentine,
Teasc, i Tallow (C..miles,
3Mnecauroni and 'Vermi- Turpentine, Soda, aned
e-ilta, I Fancy Snaps.
iier :ami Rice Flour, :Btackintg and Illacking
Sicla Crac'kers, ! Irushaes.
Itowton dci ;Wine aned Stonghaton's
Sugar dola Bitters,
Jnmblles & Ginger Cakes, Porter ntad Ale,
T.:aycr ltisinc, jOlive Oil,
('urrants amcl ( 'itron, ('uster (lit,
31aise, Nutmegs, Cloves, Wrightaing ink,
P'ieldtes andl Keachups, ,Segars and l'Tohneco,
Pepper S:uces, Tunbs, ltucaketsi and Pails
W.eact mia P'reserves, iWillow Basket.,
(Uinger dto irooms., &c.., &c.
Frenchi 3lenstardt, |
A dded- to the :above, is a general nasortment iof
WINES.X CORDIALS andi LIQU!ORS, all of
which will tbe sold LOW FOR CAste, Icy
F. M. NICIIOrAS.
Nov3 tf 42
LLIi Persons indebted to the 'Estate of Ihardy
?1 White, dee'd., are requested to meake imemedli
te paymntu atnd those leaving demands agaitnst the
.unae, will render them in properly attested.
J AM ES 11. WIllTE,) ,
W. 11. GRIFFITil. j'
Nov. 17 3m 44
Potatoes, Oniouns, &c.
A CONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Untion.,
2. OJranges, Lemons, C.oconutsq, &e., mnay be
feund at E. 1lOUDGES, Ac.Nr.
Nov 20 tf 46
, LL4 Persecns haiving dceimads againtst thce estate
I. of l.uake S. Bland, dee'd., will rcener them 'ite
duly atte-sted, nnd those indebted by ntet or opetn
acounit well aike paymeent, by the F'ourthe ofr ie
embechr next, ais the heirs atre all of ;age, and I amt
detemainted to closec up tihe estate.
WM. MOiLEY, Adm'r.
Oct 6 3m.'
rplE PERLIC arc remiindled, ir they wish to
t :t vail thmiemselves of the beneita nrising freemt
an A ct passed at the last Sesioan or (Cangrescs, to
mutcc comeic forward andi pay up their postaege in ad
vance, otherwise it will be chairgedh Jacuble.
G. I,. PENN, P. M.
Nov 3 tf 42
ALL those indlebted to tihe Estate of Lewis
lclimes, dee'd., are requestedl to mncke imnme
ite paymaen~t. Also, those indebted tic the Estate
of Ga~briel liuimes, dee'd., are required to mcake
payment iby tlac lirst of .January nlext.
JACK~SON 1[OLMES, Aidm'r.
Dec 15 4t 48
Oranmges and Lemnons,
EST ecevedandforsale iby
~JL recivd ned or F. M. NICIIOLAS.
Nov 1n tI 43
Uphosterer and Paper Hanger,
IR. G. 0. DECJERB, Uphocilsterer
itii nd Paper Iliger, ri.seeclly annouiilncesi to
th i~esof Edlgeliehul atnd its vicinity tihat hce is
tnow pcrepareid tic mtake to order,
Beds, Hair andI~ Shuck Mlattrases,
antd nilso' to athted tee PAPER H ANGINGS, WINDOW
BUNDS, SHADES, &C,
Mr. Ii. will attendi punctueally to business, annd all
ordiers will le speed-aity and faithfully exeuted.
I Ie wiltlehe foutndh at the Otliee frtmerly oeenpiedc
by Chaincellor WanntLAwV except when ieleere
D)ee. 15 3t* 4.9
B)OOT, Shoe adi I arness Makers. Also, for sale,
Iall kimais or I'pper and Solo Leather, North
ern and French Caif Skins, Ginening, ;anil Binding
Skins, 11arnessi aned Band Rethler. Shcoemaker's
Findinhgs, Boots and Shoes and Plnnctation Brccgans
always idn hand-made of best matierinls.
Also, Latmp, Train, Neetsfooct ande Tanners Oils,
far side by R. TI. M lMS.
noc 15t ..
I .VE this lay assmociated Mr. THOMAS E
IIITT in business with nm, which will in futurt
be transacted under the firm of BowEas & II rrr.
S. E. BOWERS.
Ilanmburg, Nov 5, 1852.
, LL persons inlebted to S. E. flowERs, will
A pleae wll and pay their notes and accounts
-ts I ami desirous of closIng miy old business inne.
dintely. S. '. BOWERS.
llamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. 'TE KEEP consintly on hand a large and
Well aworted Stock of GROCERIES, viz:
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, I lalf andl Quarter larrels, and Family Me
Mackerl in Kits,
SPER.VI ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL.
MUNDX, NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lob.ters, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N DIES,
SPICES ALL EINDS, SOE BEEF & TONGUES,
FINE OLD BItANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
- A rLso
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASS WARE. BOWEIRs & l1Th'.
Ilemaiburg. Nov 5. 1R52. tf 43
OIN X. WITT having purelannd tihe
e e xcl usive interest of the MACHINlE S1OP
,.f Mess'ra. hesnms.t.- & Wrrr, will keeip constantly
on hianid the ioliliwinig artites, in complete and ex
eclent rrem nnd atr the A igusta prices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all *ies and aeord'ng to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
I .\NTET.-PlEC ES,
Bled Stenls. Tables, Ws:Lhl Stands. Chairs. ean
renua, Wrtiting Desku, Work Standia, Book
Caes and all oether Cabinet and
Joiners W~ork, k. c
Repairing aned Job Work of every kind appertainiug
to the abouve articles, and Furniure eof every des
cription, don promptly and upon the mest liberal
Edgefiuld C. TI.. Dee 1. 1852. if 46
Ware-House and Commission
HAMBURG, S. C.
, W A LKER & ('0.. b g lenve to inf.orm the
l l publie generally. that. they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
at tie stand occupied by them'n for the two past
seasI1oni4, and previotusly by WAt.LKr & BmuAnroit.
The Ware-ilouse is in geuul ordeIr, and being io
eated in the high-_nst part tof Town, is safe from high
water. 'lie inte fremehet barely reniching the lower
floor-not the least damage wat done to Cotton.
A. Wa.xit will devote hit perslnal altention.
rxellisively tle time buiness, ane he1.e frmm lnex
periece, aned a dewire to p!ense, that none will leave
the etnb'imeinu'nt dissatis'ied.
These wim pntronize our Ware-TIonse, will be
kept eonsitant-y advised of the statte of the produce
Ca-h naances imadee on piroduc in store, when
deseired. A. WAL.KER,
Oct 27 Cmi 41
Hardware and Cutlery !
T11E~ Subscriiawr biega le te inform: time citize'ns
I. of 1EJge'lield1 ande the Uppeer I )istriets, thatt he
hime opeenedl a large amnd generalm Stock oef
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Teogethmer with every eotiher article connectedl with
thie Ilaredware. busimnesee, at time old. Stande foramerly
nenpiedi by ii. A. Kixiamcx, amid nearly opjpouite
time Amecrienn luite.
JIlavingr recently returneed from the North, where
my u r'wem hae been nadhe from Aanufecturers
am'd at the LOWEST CASII PICES, J would
respetfully invite thme public amid my old frieneds to
ive mem a enl11 b.-feer eiurchasing elsewhiere, a mym
Steock ceombmines every article in thme lhard wnre line,
anid is entirely, new.'
ITanmburg. Oct 27 3m 41
g" 'he Aibbeville Bannuer. Greenville M3mman
tainecer, I.anmrenmmmville'11 ermnid amnd! A ndersomn Onzette,
will coepy 3 imoenthms anid forward bills to J. I [.
TTE rUndersigneed r'spec't'ul!y informs his old!
iutomers, friends al time public gemnerally that
hw haes reimovedl to his lItIICK $'T0ltE, ecn Centre
street, betweemn Messrs. .loim~iu SinmimCT and Gusoo
Roussnx, where lie ellers fur sale ai general assort
Mfr. E:.:ne hone., iiinmy dulynnthorisede Agenit
to sell Good., amnd thme busines.s will be conducted
under time style of E. 1I10)0 ES, A gent.
11L A. KENICK.
~hTamburg, Nov 29 tf 46
3ENERAL COMD'ON MERCHANTS,
JROYCE & CO'S WlA RF,
CHrARESTON. S. C.
gr Reference-W. P'. hLc-rr.n, IEdgefieldl C. IT.
E. WILM10T WAILT1:U,
GFORtGE II. WA LTER,
Rt. T. WALKER.
Nov 24 If 45
Brogans, Bo ots and Shoes !
AT NO. 30, EAST RAY, CHrARtT.1TON, 5. C.
T11lE Snblsriber off'ers fur sale a L ARGE and
AEXT E NSIV E Steeck of time abeove Goods
which wvill be soled Whmolesamle anmd Retail at L~OW
le would respectfmully seolicit ande examninatio'n of
is assortment by 31erchaniti amid Planters visiting
JT Orders will have prompt attentioen.
R. A. Pl'tNGLE,
No 30, East Bny, Charleston, S. C.
Nov 17 2m 44
Ladies Circular Cloaks,
~NOWDEN S& SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
h3iave just reeived a eunpply oft Ladiep Velvet
IRCULA R CLOAKS, nel Ladies black wa
eredl and plain black SILK CLOAKS.
Also. a spiendidl ascertmenmt eof Ladies Emburoid
leredl lalenceiennes, Lace and Paria Trimmed,
lousqrjutnn Ceollars, Sleeves amnd Chimasettec. of
n'.w aned elegamnt styles-to whlieh they respectfully
nvite thme attenion eof tile Ladliee.
S. & S. will receive, in a few dlays. Ladies black
lot1h Cheaks, nmade of a beautiful fabrie.
Dee 1 t .46
Whiskey, Rum, Braund y, &c.
lIUA RR ELS Recetilied. Minnongabmela and Mui
) Jlr'se Oled Rve WHISKERY.
Newv Eniglaned imne .lammnien R UM,
Amneri'm ne1 leollandl GIN,
A merie;nna nil Frech R A ND DY.
.\ldiram. Temneritl'e and Ilialaga WINES,
Peppermint, Cimnnamon amnd Perfect Love COR
L EMON SYR UP, iby tihe Gallon or Bottle.
Irish andiu Sceotch WHISKEY.
Cider mdni White Wine VINEGA R,
Pint. I Ialf-p-nmt ande Qnnrt FLASKS,
Win".e, ien Syrup nd Porter BOTTLES,
D E.MIJO HlNS, all sizes.
E. IhODGES, Aorx-r.
Nov 20 if 46
"[\BO ESprmeGOSIJE N CHE ES E,
JU For sale by E. 1I.GEiS, Aaor.N-r.
Nov 29 t f 461 I
A LL Persons inedebteed to the Subscriber by note
.or open neount, are earnestily regnested to
unmke paymment by or before time tirst of' .ianunary next.
11. A. SIL\ W.
x'e.) 9n a 43
RIGH FALL DRY GOOD
B'EG to inform the publie, that their Fall 'Pfek
of Staple and Fancy Dry Coeds
is now complete. In addition to our Store we han
added a handur.me
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabries t
the season, at the lowest New York cash Prices.
Anumg which are:
Rich Brocade D)res SILKS and SATINS:
Extra fine white and black B1rocade Silks 8n
Sative , plain and Chamelion do.:
Plaid and Striped Siks; rich Irish Poplins; and
Rich colored and black Silk Velvets;
Rich Satin Broche Cashmeres;
Extra fine Satins, A nierican ;
Black and White Watered Silks;
Plain black Silks, all widths:
Small figured black Silks; Half Monrning Silk,
Black and colored Alleenas and Bombaines;
Black and colored Brocade Alpaeas :
French and English Merines and Casluteres;
Alunlin Delaines. (inghans and Calico, ia groat
variety of styles and prices;
In our Cloak and Shawl Departments
Will be found, the latest styles of colored and
b'aek VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, sent and eomfortable,
i'k, Col'd and Watered Silk Mantillas, of all kinds,
Long and Square Woolen Shaws, in great varillty
Plain Crape. Shawls. very low prieed,
A few extra rich Emb. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keep all the favorite brands of
KEILSEYS, OSNA l'RIIGS and BLANKETS,
and can affird to sell them at factory prices as well
as our neighbors.
S;weal attention in reqested to 50 bales of the
best K ElfU EY ever breought South, (bought at se
tion.) 5 cents per yard less than factory prices,
Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassiimeres, and
Flannels of all kinds,
And a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we requestt the attention of the publie.
Oct 6 tf 41
.iRAY BROTH ERMfS. A unsta, Ga.. have now
ins Store a full supply of Rich and Elegant
Brossels: Thre.ply, Ingrnue and Cotton CAIRPETS
with Rs and Druggets to match, which they
fier to the public cheap.
Nov 17 tf 44
R A Y BROTI IERS, have on hanA a large as
Gseortineilt of rL.ANKE E", of various kindis.
'robab!v somie of the finest Saxiony Wool fine fin
ished, i'ported. With a largeassortment of Lower
Grades and Plantation Blankets, which we are
Nov 17 tf 41
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T IlIE Subseriber, having purhasmed elsewhere
in the Disetrict and beingdesirou. of removing,
oiers for sale the place on which he now resides,
within a muile of Edgefield Village. The Tract con
Five Hundred Acres,
one half of whith is in woods, the other half cleared
and in cultivat'on. One hundred and fifty acres
the cleared laud haq been opened within the last three
or four years. Almost all the wood-hind is of ex
cellent quality, oank and hiekory growth. mullatto soil.
It is finely aiapted to the productiox of Corn, Cotton
and small grain.
On the psremises is a eqnifortable dwell.ng-house.
The out-huildings are of the hest sdeseription-large
and csonuaisous Barn andI Stables. Shuek Houses
and Watrgon Shelters. Thse Gin flonse and Screw
are entirely new, of choice materials, and built ac
ording to the most approved plans.
Thec only teat of the excellence of hsis tract
which the subscr'iber would speak is the crop which
it has borne this year and which is there for thei'
spetion uf thse deisiropus to purchase.
A fine Well and a never-failing Spring of excel
lent free-stone water are among the other advent
of this tract. 8. S. TOMPKINS.
Nov 3 tf 42
S EA T.ED P'ROP'OSATLS for building a Bri
over Tusrkey Creek at the Grist Mill no
owned by Col. .lamcs P'. Carriall, will be rece'
until thme 20ths December. Eaid Bridge is to
built sof goo-l heart pine timber, and to be kept '
gooid pasable order ror the term of five years. Tb
Undertaker will be required to give bond and
security. befoere thme work is ecommeneced- The p
pols can be handed in to either of the Subscribe
untal ths 2n'th December, at which timie the pro
sais will be opened and <wesnidiered.
11. F. S'TROM. Comn'
JOllN W. Mt'NDY. )
Decc 1 ___ t 48
Dissolution of Co-partnership
'f'IE Firm of 1100T.INGSWORTII & NICDO
.1AS is this .lay dieselved by mutual consen
All those indehted to them are regnested to settl
Oct. 19th, 1552.
Tpr!E Uvndersigned feeling thsankfisl for t1he
. liberal pntronage hesreteofnre bestowed on him
would say to Ihis friends that he, intends carryin
en the businees on his own account, and therefo
olicits a continuance of past favers.
F. M1. NICIIOLAS.
Oct 90 if 40
TTItE STOCKTI0I.DERS cit thme Odd Fellow
and MIasonie Building Association are hereb
otified that the first inistalnment o~f 10 per cent, wil
e requnired to be paid on or before the first of.Janu
ary niext. 1Jy order of the P'res'hent and Dire
J1. 11. WILLIA MS, See'ry and Tress.
DeS 4t 47
For Sale or Rent,
TIlE 11OUSE A NI LOT of th
,... Undersignedl in the Village of Ed
S feld. The Ilouse. has six good Rooms
with a fire place to each and is wel
finished. The Lot consists of three Aceres, and
ll necessary out buildings on it. Thesre is a con
stant stream of water running through the Lot.
P'neersion given the first of .lanuary 1853.
M1. L. lIONIIAM.
Dee 8 tf 47
Lunaber I Luunber !
rIIE Undsersigned has a large quantity of LUM
1BERt on hsanid of assorted dimsensions, at
Price. S'quare Edge, 75 eta per 100 feet.
" iough " 371 e. " "
JAS. L. IIILL & HUGES.
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A LL~ Persons indebt-d to the Estate of Josep
$unmmernll, dee'd.. are requer~ted to make im
ediate paymsent, And those having emandsagai
said Estate will present theti properly attested.
T. JIURKIlA LTER, Adm'r.
Dec15 3t 48
11~E Subscriber has a large quantity of LU
L ER of ditierent sorte, for sale at his residen
.iuly 19 tf7
LLPERSONS indebted to the Estate of
F.Teague, dee'd., and to the firm of EC.
k A. H. Tengue are enrnestly requested to call an
settle by Sale-day in January next, as longer snd
ence cannot be given. I must settle up that'
tate. A word to the wise is sufficient.
A. G. TEAGUE, Adm'r.
Dec 15 5t 48
AFIRIST RATE set of lanvcsmitha Tools.
. Enquire at this Office.
Dec 8 4t 47
A C101CElot of H AMS and LARD, for
by F. M. NICHOLAS.
Oct 26 tf 41
Crockery and Glase-W
G ENER AL assortment of Croekery,
Sand China Ware. For-sah-. by
. - E. -IlODGEC es re.