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Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal.
Ho. N. L. GRIFFIN, 1 EDMUND PENN,
S. F. GOODE I Da. R. T. MlMS.
T HE TRUSTEES and TEACHERS of tis
Institate tender their most respectful thanks,
for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon thle
Institution during the past year. They are ilso
happy to announce the very prosperous condition of
the Institute, and its flattering prosperity for the
coming year. They assure their Patronls that na
efforts will be spared to continue deserving (of so
liberal a patronage.
The next Session will commence on MONDAY,
the 10th of January 1853.
The same Teachers will be employed in the dif.
ferent Departments, as during the past year. And
the same rates of Tuition, and general regulations:
Papils can enter at any time during the Session,
and if near the middle or close of the Session. they
will be charged from the time of entrance, to th'e
end of the Session. Those leaving before the Sel
sion closes, except in eases of sickness, are charged
for the whole Session.
- A pplication for admission may be made to either
of the Trustees, or the Principal.
Dee 22 tf 49
To the Managers of Elections for Edgefield
W HEREAS, JOHN C. ALLEN, who, at the
General Election held in October, 1852,
was chosen a member of the House of Repre
sentatives for the Election District of' Edgetielld
to serve for two years, has been declared ineli
And, whereas, the Constitution of the State
of South Carolina directs that in such a case a
Writ of Election shall be issued bov the Speak
er of the House of Representatives, for the pur
pose of filling the vacancy thus occasioned, for
the remainder of the term for which the Mei
ber so ineligible.was elected to serve:
Now, therefore, you and eacl of you are here
by required, after due advertisement, and with
strict regard to all the provisiong of the Consti
tution and Latws of the said State, touching
your duty in such case, to hold an election for a
Member of the House of Representatives, for
the Election District aforesaid. to serve for-the
remainder of the term for which the said JOHN
C. ALLEN was elected: the Pulls to be opened
at the various places of Election in the haid
District, on Monday and Tuesdav, 3rd and 4th
days of January n'ext. by the variens sets of
Managers for those places respectively.
The Managers to meet at Edgefield C. H., on
Wednesday following, count the votes and de
clare the Election.
This Writ, together with your return of the
Election to be held under it, have before the
House of Representatives at its next meetingy
after the Election.
Witness, the Honorable JAMES SIMONS,
Esquire, Speaker of the House of Representa
tives, at Columbia, this 14th day of December.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-two, and in the seventy-seventh
year of the Sovereignty and Independence of
the United States of America.
JA AIES SIMONS.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Dec 22 2t 49
Negroes to. Mire.
I WILL HIRE out for the ensuing year, the
Negroes which I have this year hired, as At
torney for Robt. McCullough. The lring to t..ke
place at Edgefield C. II. on Saturdayte1s au
arv pesn8 wo53. h 1tJan
All proswohace any of the abiove nanmed
Negroes hired for the present year, are required to
deliver them to me at Edgefield C. 11.. on the 1st
January 1853. and also conic prep.:red to settle their
notes for the hire of them.
Terms made knowa on day of IIiring.
S. CilR ISTIE,
Attorney in fact for Rt. McCullough.
Dec 22 .2t 49
Take Warning !
ALL those who arc indebted to mec indiividu
1ally, Walker & Colenman, Brannon & Gele
* man, or W. B. Brannon, that do not make payment
by the first of February next, will finid their ae
counts and notes in the hands of Officers for eel.
Icetion, as money I must have.
M. W. COLEM1AN.
llamburg,.Dee 13, 2mt 48
APPOINT Mr. R. J. DF.I.Pn of hamburg, amy
IAgent in the settlement of dues to myself, or
any of the parties above mentioned. The books are
in his hands. M. W. CO1Ju3lA N.
Hamburg, Dec 15, 1852. 2m 48
Tj HE Undersigned have assoiamted themselves
Ain the practice of L AW amid lIQULTTY, un
der the name of MAGATI-r & PrYLE5.
hl70ffice at Hamburg, S. C.
T. P. 31AGRATif,
C. W. STYLES.
Nov. 1st 1852. 8:t 43
N 0t ic e!
T HIE Undersigned have this day associated
Athemselves together in the PR ACTICE OF
__ -LAW, for Edgefield District. Any businiess en
trusted to them shall be promptly attended to.
Mr. A-rxisson will keep an Unfice at Edgefield,
in rear of the Court House, where he can be found
at all times. 11 1 RAY
W. U. A TKlNSON.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852. tr 43
l.Summerall, dee'd., arc regniestedl to imake um
mediate payment, and those havmig deiimnds against
said Estate will present themi properly attested.
T. BU1RKllAlirER, Adm'r.
Dec 15 3t 48S
A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of E.
...F. Teague, dee'd., and to the firm of E. F.
& A. G. Teague are earnestly r..quemsted to call and
settle by Sale-day in January next. aLs loiiger imdul
gence cannot be given. I must settle up that E.s
tate. A word to the wise is sutlicie~nt.
A. G. T IAGLCE: Adm'r.
Dec 15 5t 48
A FIRST RATE set of Blacksnmiths Tools.
Enquire at this Office.
Dec 8 4t 47
T HE STOCKHOLDERS of the Odd Fellows
and Mlasonic Building Associatisn are hereby
notified that the first instalment of 10 per cnt, will
bo required to be paid on or before the first of Janu
ary next. By order of the President and Directors.
J.IH. WILLIA MS, Sec'ry and Treas.
DeoS8 4t 47
A LL those indebted to the Estate of Lewis
.C.Holmes, dec'd., are requested to make imme
diate payment. Also, those indebted to the Estate
of Gabriel Holmes, dee'd., are required to make
payment by the first of January next.
JACKSON hOLM1ES, Adm'r.
Deco15 4t 48
OOT9'!, Shoe and Harness Mlakerm. AtMo, for sale,
LIall kinds of Upper andl Sole Leather, North
ern and French Calf Skins, Liningt and Binding
Skins, Harness and Band Rceither. Shoeniiker's
Findings, Boots and Shoes and Plnntationi Brogans
always on hand-made of best materials.
Also, Lamp, Train, Neetsfoot and Tanners Oils,
for sale by Rt. T. MIMS.
.Dee-15 tf 48
AS the Copartnership of Bessusr.LL & Wrr has
Abeen dissolved it is necessary to ehose the
business of the Firm, therefore all persons indebted,
either by note or open account, are requested to
oome forward and settle by the first of JTan'y 1853.
Dec 22 2t 49
EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
TIHE Subscriber most respectfully .
,- informs the citizens of Edgefield and
R the Traveling public generally, that
this Establishment is now well pre
pared for the reception and accommodation of
Boarders and Transient Customers!
Paving procured the assistance of competent,
honest and obliging Servants, lie flatters himself that
all who may favor Iii with a call will be highly
pleased with the entertaitinient extended to them.
His TA BLE will always be abundantly supplied y
with the best the Alarket allirds, and on the most
The Bar, under the superintendence of an
attentive and experienced Clerk, will ever be fur
nished with thw choicest LIQUOURS, WINES, SE
GA RS. &c.. that can be obtained.
.lli Stables are large and cominodioUs, con
stantly furnished with good Provender, and attend
ed by Thostlers of great care and experience.
And lie therefore hopes, by giving his entire at
tention to the keeping of an orderly and well-con
ducted House, to nerit and continue to receive that C
liberal patronage heretofore so generously bestowed 6
on him. WM. B. MlAYS, PaoPRIEToR.
Sept 15 tf 35
A. M. BNS ON,
Ware House and Commission Y
MP1 ERO MANr\,jT, .
Hamburg, S. C.
W OULD respectfully inform his former pa- a
trons. and the public generally, that he has 0
leased the Ware-ilouse recently occupied by Messrs s
BRANNON & COLEMAN, where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward 31erchandixe to the country.
In tendering his services to the pubie. lie flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN ]
YEARS in the above business, and a thorough
knowledge of all its branches, as well as fron a
general acquaintance with the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undirided per- I
onal attention to tile business, that lie will be
ble to give general satisfaction to all who may I
favor him with their eoifidence, and assures theiii
that no etl'ort shall be wanting, on his part, to pro
mote their interest. i
Liberal Cash advances made on Cotton and other f
produce in Store.
Orders for Bagging. Rope, and family supplie b
promptly filled, at the lowest market rates.
Augt IS tf ..- t
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND CO3MISSION
MIQA4-0A 9 , q
Nortli Atlantic Wharf, Charleston. 1
COISOa .oCOTON, t
Fifty Cents per Bale.
- ~ ti
HE Subscriber having fornoed a Co-Partnership A
with Mr. W. A. WA RI)LAW, of Charleston,
formerly of Abbeville, S. C.. for the purpose of do
ing a GENERAL FACTORAGE and COMMIS
SION BUSIN ESS, avails himself of the present.
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to his
numerous friends for the liberal patironage bestowed
for a nuiher of years past,-and in mtovinig, tenders C
he services of the new concern of W AlUDLAW k
& WA LF ER, Charleston, where lie hopes many, i
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interest .B
to ship their produce. ii
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina
Rail load Conmpainy will enable themt Woon to have a
a )epot a the city of Augusta, therebty save the a
-pense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for- 1
warding of produee of any kind. M-Ir. .loux C:
Rm.:s, A gent of W. & W., in A ugusta. will attend k
toi the forwarding of all produice that their triendls c
inay feel disposed to send them, frcc of charge,
my~e drayage. G. WALIKER .%t
A tignata, .July 19, 1852. tf 29 .t
AT THlE OLD STAYI) OF S. & J. GILBERT
CRARTETON,'S. C. - -
& . %. lLRERT continue the C
S.. CARItIA(GE BUSIN FSS at the above stand. F
~os 35 ant 40.. Wentworth Street, where they will
eC leasedC to exhibit to their old friends and un r
omzers a very ki
1!!tensivo -5Bifoel-YvhitoZuf- -- ii
onprisintr those of their own manufacture togethet F
arious other styles usumally, foumnd in this market.
Their long acquaintance with this market as
klannfacturers and IDealers will citable them to L
ffer great inducements t-b purchiaserm both in style g
ma prices. tf ~N
Aug 25t 3
House and Land for Sale. "i
I WILL sell the well imiproved lIO.\ESTEAD)
on which I reside. located abouit onie mile froim vi
he Town of Newb'rry, and ecoimeeted with it by a 0
irst rate public read. L
The site isa healhby one, entirely free from local tI:
euses of disease. Thle d welling houise is suibstan- m
tillv built of brick, coiitaising seven commot~diious
stdl'comfortabie to*.ims. The out houses are' a brick
Kthen, a brick Loomn I loii.e, a large brick Smuoke
house anti one of wvood, coimfortable Negro hitouses,
a large Gin Hotise. anid all other necessary out- 0
tildings. Attached thereto is a coaveuletnt farit
>one hundred and thirty acres of Land, about liityL
acres of which are in woods rema~rkabily well tim. t
ered. Oni the pretmiises there is a spring of very at
.prior water. tC
To an approved purchaser the terms will he miade
ieomminodaiting. Persons dlesirinus of p~urch~-ing S
inav apply to Mir. .Jameis F. Harrington or D)r. W
H. .Ilarrington, either of whoi. will show~ themi thme F
prentises and contract for the same. o
NANCY IIARRINGTON. LI
Nov 17 tf 44 b
Saw and Grist MEills for Sale. s
I1HlE Stubscriber intendinug to move from the
State, otffers for sale his MILLS. otn Shaw's
Creek, ztbotut ten miles froim Edgelield, Aiken anid
The Tract contains Twenity-two hiundired (2200)
ares, with a sailcient water power to run (.ircular
sws or a Factaory. On thme pretmises are all neces
sry itmproveiments-fraite buiild ings, orehards, &c.
A ny infornmation given by applying to. the Sub
icriber on the premiseis, or by letter addressed to
aim at Edgelield C. II.
JOS. A. A DDISON. J
A ug 4 t!' 2'
4LL those indebted to thme estate of Willam a]
f Garrett, dee'dh., are requested to miake pay- 3
ent forthawith, and those having denmands against a
mid estate will render them in properly attested, it
according to law.o
CUA RLES H AMM1OND, d
. Feb5 tf 3
A LL~ those indebted to the Estate of John 13. TA- n
tgan, dee'd., are requested to nmake immtiediate
payment, all those having demands to present them
M. W. LILES, A~s
A. NIX, A's
E. P. HOLLOWAY.
Feb 19 11im 5
R ICH Colored awl Black V ELVETS of various
Skinds for Mlantillagand Cloaks. A few pieces
af handsome polished CLOTrII for Ladies Cloaks, 1
with sonme of the richest trimmtiings made. For J
tae cheap at G R AY Ult0TI-'.RS. u
Augusta, Ga., Nov 17 tf 44 at
Tan Yard. d
HIDES will be received at the Tan Yard fronm I
Hthis date.. iR. T. MlMlS. a
A LL Persons inidebted to the estate of Elhington tt
Clark, dee'd., arc hereby notified to make im
nediate payment, and those having dhemrands against
aid estate will present them properly attested.
JAS. BLACK WELLS. -
S.Tuly 7 tf 25
3,500 LBS. Choice Up-Country BACON, am
1,000 " " Baltitmore " at
For sale by F. M. NICHOLA S.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
UEAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
B EING desirous to remove to the West, I will
sell at publie sale, on TUESDAY, 18th day of
anuary next, at my residence, the following valua
le Real Estate, lying one mile and a half from tie
line Hounse, in Edgefield District, viz:
Eleven Hundred Acres,
leing the Mill Tract-also, a lease of one thousand
1000) acres more-the said lease being for eight
eats or longer if the lill should require it to cut
lie timber. The eleven hundred acres. has had
othing cut from it, of consequence, for several
cars, and is now well tiibered. The Mill is a Cir
ular Saw carried by water power and will cut from
sur to six thousand feet per (lay-is in excellent
rder, and has a large patronage.
Also, the ilOMESTEAD TRACT, adjoining
lie above, situated on the Public Road, containing
'our Ilundred acres, with a large, handsome and
unmodious Dwelling, just finished-being well
lastered and painted-with new out houses and
tables. all framed and made large and commodious,
ith an excellent Spring of water convenient to the
The said Land has about two hundred acres of
retk hnds, which is very productive and well
Aited for agriculture. As to the character of said
fill and Lands, see Mr. Nat. Ramey who resides ai
:dgeficld C. J1. Also,
Six Very Likely Negroes,
fules. Cows, ]Hogs, Corn. Fesidr, Oats, Peas,
Vagon. Buggy, Household Furniture (including a
nie Piano Forte) and other things too tedious to
The Lands will be sold on a credit of one, two
id three years with interest. The personal estate
in a credit of one year with interest. The purcha
:rs to give notes or btinds with approved sureties.
Ci- Th. Subscriber would be glad to show the
[ill and Lands, to any one who desires to see them.
JAS. L. JILL.
Dec 22 5t 49
Y Vi'tue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,
to me directed. I shall proceed to sell at
dgefield Court House, on the first Monday
nd Tuesday following in Jannary next, the
>llowing property, in the following cases, viz:
Edmund Atelieson and others vs Douglas
oberison and John Iill ; M. L. Bonlian and
Ihers. Sureties. vs. John 11ill ; Wright, Nicholls
Co. vs Hill & Wardlaw, One House and Lot
the Village of Pottersville, where the De
-tdant Hill resided, containing five acres, more
r less, well improved, with all necessary out.
One other Lot known as the Gibbs' Lot eon
iining two acres, inure or less.
Otte other Let known as the Rhodes Lot,
.nttaining one acre, more or less, well improved.
One other Lot. known as the Mary Gibbs Lot,
)ntainting one acre, more or less, well improved.
The above Lots are all situated in the Villago
r Pottersville on the East and West sides of
ie Cambridge road, adjoiing lands of F. V.
ickens, John Kirksey and others.
Also. one Tract of Land known as the Dun
Mnsville Tract, situated at the junction of the
bbeville and Cambridge Roads, containing
wo Hundred, acres, more or less, adjoining
uds of John Clteatham, Benj. F. Strom and
WVright, Bull & Co.. vs Caleb Mitehell, One
onise and Lot in the Village of P'ottersville,
itaining four ntes, more or less, adjoining
ids of F. W. Pickens and others, upon which
a good Dwelling Hlouse, Carriage Shop,
larksmith Shop, and other necessary out-build
TEMas-The above property will be sold on
credit of twelve months, the ptrch:ser givitg
)te with approved security, bearing interest
otm date of sale.
The Bank of Hmburg S. C., vs Dawson At.
nson; Various othier Plainttitl' vs thte Sanme,
te 'fract of Land in Beach Island, conitainting
x hundred acres, more or less, where the De
ndanit resided at the time of his death, adjoin
g lantds otf Samuel Clark, Mrs. W-hatlev atnd
hers, apon whichl is -amomnforta~ble. Dwellinug
>use., with neessar'
Also, eighteen Lik
arkless, Gilbert, Isat
tbarh-s, Laura, Patien
:ny, Miariret, Luc
Antd ott Tluesday i
xt, will be sold at th
irntiture, Plantation -. *t
Terms made knowvn c.~: - --
Jas. M. Harrison vs Stewart Harrison ; John
Dobey, for Lawrence, Myers & Co., vs. the
ite ; other Plauintifi's vs The Sante, three
egroes, viz: Harriet and hter chtild Caroline,
d bioy Phil, thtree Hor.-es, one t wo Horse Bug
-and H-arntess, one two Horse ~Waggun and
John Lyon, for S. F. Goode, vs John R. We
r ; 'James A. Devore, bearer, vs The Samne ;
ther Platintiffs vs The Same, the Tract ot
mnd where the'Defendant resides, known as
e Pitte House Tract, contining --- acres,
tire or less, adjointing lands of iBen). Bcttis,
emes Swecarengitn and others.
Martin McCarty vs Win. MeGCartey, the Tract
'Lantd where the Defendantt lives, containting
te hundred and sixty acres, more or less.
James Sheppatrd vs Eli WV. Sego, the Tractot
md, where the Defendatnt resides, conitainting
,hundre~d and forty-two acres, nore or less,
ljoining lands of Mrs. P'hilips, John B. Ilamil
n, E. Bledsoe and others.
G. L. Pace vs N. L. Blartley, one Bay Horse,
ddle antd Bridle.
Thomas Ferguson vs James Owensby &
rances Owensly-Will be sold at thie residence
'the Defendant James Owensaby, on Friday,
le 7th day of January, one hutndred and lifty
ishtels of'Corn, two Horses, two Cowi anid
alves, two Sows and nine Pigs, and three
tacks of Fodder.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. i. D.
Dcc 13 4te 48
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.W. Lowe and Marthta M., htis wife,
>hn Rainsford and Sarah, lisa wife,
and othlers, Defendants,
)Y Virmue of an Order from II. T. Wrighlt,
) Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield Distriet, 1
tall proceed to sell on thte first Monday in
munry next, at Edgefleld C. House, in the
sove statted case, one Tract of Latid, contaitn
ig one hundrcd and twenty-eight acres, more
rless, belonging to the estate of Jesse Hobbs,
e'd., and adjoining lanids of L. B. Cochran, J.
. Bell, Samuel Strom tind others.
TEn.s-A credit of twelve months. The
urchaser will be required to give bond, with
rificient security, anid a Mortgage of ite premi
ts to the Ordiniary to secure the purchase
loney. Costs to paid in cash.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Dec 11 4te 48
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Marion Coleman, Applicant,
ts Horn and Matilda, his wife, andI
)Y Virtue of an Order from *H. T. Wright,
.)Esq.., Ordinary of Edgefleld District, I
lproceed to sell on the first Monday in Jan
ary next, at Edgefield C. H-ouse, in the above
ise, one Tract of Land, containing two hiun
'ed and fifty acres. more or kess, adjoining
tds of Stephen W. Mays, Col. S. Harrison
TERMs-A eredit of tWelve months. PDr
taser will be required to give bond wvithi suffi
ent security, and a mortgage to the Ordinary,
Ssecure the ptureha~se money.
Costs to be pain in Cash.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Dec 11 4te 48
)ERlSONS indebted to the Estate of Mrs. F. E.
. Perrin, dee'd.. are requested to call anid settle,
id those having clains will present them properly
tested. T. II. .J0IINSON,. ) eI
v 24 3m 45
MALE ACAD RE-OPENED!
An Excellent Teacher Engagcd
A BEAUTIFDM TO BE COPLET
rT IE TRUSTEE of the Male Academy at tl
place take great pleasure in anuounciig to t
public that this Institition will be opened again
-the 2ND MoXDAY IN JbNUARY Nrzx'r, under the im
favorable auspices, I
.The Teacher theylhave employed is Mr. J.
LarrNxa of Fairfield, a GRADUATE OF TIJ
SOUTH1 CAROLIMM COLLEGE.
This gentleman enters our community with t
most ample recommehdatioas from the Faculty n
der whom he las finikied hisstudies. Of his abili
to prepare young men for successful application
the highest Seminari s of our country, there is i
a doubt. It may be indded- that his strictly moi
ebarneter is not less certainly established than t
accuracy of his Seholarshp.
The Trustees, in putting forth this notico, on
desire with few worc$ to assure thowse, who mi
patrunise the Institutipn under their charge, that
is their determinatio*ito do all they can towards c
forcing regular discipline 65d keeping up a prop
degree of pride an'?dtu ation anbug the pupils.
The new Building now in progres will be o
of the most commodious as well as one of the mc
ornate edifices of .the-kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can -be obtained in priva
families at $8 to -il10 per month.
The Terms will be determined upon after a co
sultation with the Priricipal. They will uot exeec
thoso of other similar Academies.
N' L. GRIFFIN,
- JOUN LIPSCOMB, -
R. T. MIMS. }
Dec 11 tf -18
State of South Carolina,
L. B. Cochran an others.
Eliza Bell and ottera.
B Y virtue of an order from the Court
Equity in this fase, I shall proceed to sc
at the late residence; of Mrs. Charlotto Roeit
dee'd., on Thursdayihe 6th of January next, ti
following Negro priperty, viz: Henry, Eldre,
Allen, Serena and wo -children Willinn at
Amanda, Caroline aid her two children lj:trr
and John, Mary, Laura, Sarah, Frances, Ande
son, Ellen, Henry aid Travis..
These negroes will be sold on a credit
twelve months from. day of sale, except as to .
mnch as will be requir'd to defray the costs i
this suit which must be paid ill cash.
The purchase money will be secured 1
Bonds with adequate personal 'sureties. Pu
chasers to pay for pipers.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Dec. II r 4te 48
State of South Carolina,
Jam. E. Coleman and others,
Wilson L. Coleman and others.
Y Virtue of an Order from the Court
} Equity in this ense, I will sell at Edgefiel
C. H., on the first. Monday in January nex
the following real estate of Janes B. CoLemai
One Tract, called the " Readheimer Tract,
containing fifteen htrndred (1500) acres, mor
or less, situate in-I i ngton District on Rock
Spring Creek, andi adjoining lands of Job
Courtney, R. T. Mima, lands formerly owne
by Owen Herrin, and other lands of the it
A n intecrest in anqther Tract of two hundre
(:100) acres, more oilless,- sit uate in Edgehiel
Distriet, adjoining I nds of Wilson L. Colema
and Pat rick J. Cole an.
One half oft ano er- Tract of one hnndre~
and thirty-two (13't acres, more orlsi
hi.tv.fi. d District. Lioinin" lands of Wile
James Neal and oth y ,4
vs. . - Bill for Partition.
Nancy Neail and others.
-D Y virtue of .an order from the Court
D Equnity in this case, I will proceed to se.
at Edgetield C. H. on the first Monday in .Janu
arv next, the following hinds, vIz:
-I~. A portion of-thme homestead tract, compri
sing four hundred acres, more or less, situate
n the District aforesaid, and lying on Peni creeli
the boundaries to -be given more accurately oi
day oft sale.
2. A tract of land containing eight hnndrei
acres, more or less,situ-ate as above, lyinug 01
Turkey creek and adjoining lands of Avor:
Bland, Aquiha Miles1 Eugene Burt and others.
3. Another tract of. land, containing one hun
dred and three acres, more or less, and1( adjoiin
lanids or Eugene Burt, Avory Bland and other
4. A body of bind near Edgefield C. H., ad
joining hinds of Francis WV. Pickens, Francis Il
Wardlaw and others, which is to be run off' iit<
seven lots, as near equal as may be, amnd thu
The above are fine lands and should comman
thme attention of all purchasers of real estat<
PIlats of the diflferent tracts atnd of the last mecr
tioned seven lots will be exhibited on the day
Trerms of se.-A eredit of one and two year
from day of sale, with interest from and ate
the expiration of the first year, except as to s
much as will defray thme costs of this suit whmic
must be paid in cash. The purchase moneyt
be secured by Bonds with sullicienut suretie:
Purchazsers to pay for titles.
A. SIMKINS, C. E.E.D
Nov. 16, 1852. 7t 4
State of South Carolina,
Britton Mims and other,)
vs. - fill for Partitio:
James R. Garrett, Will- (and Account.
am Garrett, and others.J
B)Y virtue of an Order from the Court
DEquity in this case, I will seclI at Edgefiel
C. H. on the first Monday in January ntext, th
following tracts or parcels of hand, viz:
I. A tract or parcel of sixty four acres, situal
in the District aforesaid on Stephen's creek. an
bounded by lands of Thomas McKie, WV. (
MlcKie anid Samuel Getzen.
2. A tract or parcel of six acres, situate
above, lying on Waters of Horn's creek, an
adjoining hinds of Thos. R. McKie.
3, A tract or parcel of sixty four acres, sold b
Mrs. Eliz. Garrett, as to her life estate to Wi
Garrett and by him to Samuel Getzcn.
Phats of the above tracts or parcels of lan
will be prepared and exhibited on the day<
sale, more accurately defining their situation an
These lands will be sold on a credit of twelh
months from the day of sale, except as to th
costs of this suit which will be retquired in enal
Purchasers to give bonds with adequate suretie
..,A..SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov. 15, 1852. '7t 41
A LTL Persons indebted to the Estate of A bra
-L Kilrense, dec'd., will please make imnunedia
payment. Those havinig demands will present thel
properly attested for payment.
D). J. G ILCHRIST, Adm'r.
Dcc 11 tf 48
Extra Fine Chewing.
UIST received a few Boxes of EXTR A FIN
tJChlEW ING TO A CCO, the celebrated " Ca
honn Brand," mianufactured expressly for the Snl
seriber. U. L. PENN, Aaas-r.
Aug 18 tf 31
80 BA GS Augusta Canal FLOURt, for snle lc
by E]. 110DGES, AGeExNr.
Hamburg, Nov 29 - ti 46
lEw WINTER GOODS,
Wt S constantly receiving, by the latest arr'vals fron
. New York, full sapplies of
Rich and Fashionable Goods,
Suitable for tle season, to which he would re-spect
lie fully call the attention of those visiting le city.
n- Elegant French Printed DeLaines,
Ty Rich Lustici.d Bhrek Gro DeRhine,
to Large and Snall Figured DeLaine, low pried,
ot Rich Figured Brocade Silks,
'Al Fine French and Engl;slh Colored Mulerintos,
be Fine Black State and r)ialb Casmere Shawls,
Black and Colored Silk Mantil'as,
lY Long and Square Plaid Shawls,
ly Fine Colored Flannels for Sacks,
Superior Welch and Silk Warp lannels,
n- Fine Brocha and Cashmere Shawls,
er "Worsted Plaids. for Children, Cheap,
Plain Black and Colored DeLaines,
le Fine Black Bonbazine and Alpaceas,
It Fine Second Mourning DeLaines,
French Embroidered Collars, very Cheap,
te Rich Em,,bruidered Chemisetts, with sleeves t
n Jaconet and Swiss Insertings and Edgings,
ed A Larze Asmsrtnent of Blankets.
Flannels, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeass,
Plains, Kerseys, Cassimnres,
Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,
Tickings, &e., &c.,
Which he is selling ofY very low. P.lanters and theil
famuilies would do well to give hin a call, wheri
- they will find a large assortment of Goods at lom
N0 T I C E,
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIEI ERES, MERINOES, DELAINES ANI
f PERSIAN CLOTHS.
Also, : few inore of those handsome Plaids, Tro
cades and Dress Silks. which will be sold Low. O
e Blankels, Ne;|rro Clothq & T weeds,
i, Together wtlh fine Boots fur Gentlemen and Boys
d I have a fine Stuock.
I W. P. BUTLER.
Dr-c. 8 tf 47
GENT LEM AN, qualifiedl to teach the differ.
A ent branches (if the English Langnage, en1
find an excellent situation by applying at once tc
either of the Subs':ribers. The Slool is situated
y near Perry's Cross Roads in this District, a thickly
-pipnhtted andl healthy neighborhood.
Any one desiring the place would do well to ap.
ply quickly, as the opportunity may not be long open.
It. PElIR Y, .
JAMES COLEMAN n
W.M. COLEMAN. .
Dec 8 5t 47
r HE T[ LSTE ES take pleasure in announeing
if .1.. to the liculle that they have succeeded in pro
d curing tile services of 'Mr. W. WIlTAKER
t, CHILDERS. fir the ensning year, an experienced
, Southern Teacher, competent to prepare Students
for any College.
nRates of T'ititn: moetli-rate. Board at $7,00 per
i month. The School will open on the 2d Monday in
For further particulars apply to the Tudersigned.
W8. N. MOORJE, See'ry.
Dec. 8 4t 47
Oak Grove Academy.
Ilp B Exercises of this linstitution wval be re
'1sumed again on the First alondlay in Jacnuary
a1853. M. C. CL A RK.
-Dec 1 7t* 46
- ~highest bidder (on the
aiy, the first day of Jlann
e Land, belong~ing to the
..'d., lying near the Canm
. of Dr. .lohnj Land rum,
.more or less, arnd known
-.Ice months will be given,
- : r'rLEBUM. *'
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate or Win. T.
Minter, are earnestly requested to miake im
m ieiaite payment, ande those havinig demands against
Isaid esat wil lease render them in, prope~rty at
tested, firthwith. B. F. STRO.\, Admn'r.
Sept 8 Sf 34
:,ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of R. Plattl
I .t). ruinson, dee'd., are respectfully notifiedl to
miake imediate paymett and those hiavinig die
mnatnds agarinst said estate will preseot themi forthwith,
,, h~'PY S USEN M. BR V'NSON. Admn'ix.
ROBERTI LANIERI, Admu'or.
Oct 20, tf 40
~LL~h thse indebted tot thc estate of C. W.
I. Cochran, dee'd., are regnested to mak e promlpt
" aymlenut to the Administrator, and those hatving
Sdeumn will render themi in properly attested.
L. B3. CUCHAN, Adm'r.
July 7 tf 25
1S hereby given to thiose indebted to the estate of
f ElBdred W. Oluiver, deceased, to maike payment,
at furtherest, by the 1st day of .lanuary next, and
a those to whrom'the sail estate is indebted will meet
r me in thec Orduinarv's Ottic at Edgetield C. HI., or
1 ridaly the 7th day of -lannary next, 1853, at which
h time a finial settlemient will be ma~de on the estate.
0 Oet 20E. Hi. Cil.\ MDERLAJN, Adm'r.
Read T1his and save Cost !
rpi IE Subreriber resp)ectfutlly notifwes all thouse
4 i indebted tio the Firm of O'torva & MiArS, fand
also to himself, either byv noiti or ope~n accoutt ti
I makce paymlent oin or hefoire the 1 st .January tnext,
as longeri' idulgenececaninot be given.
I W.\. 13. MAYS.
Sept 15 ____ tf 35
. LL Persons indlebte-d to the estate of Oliver
JA.Towles, are requestedl to make immaediate pay
,f nent, and those having denmanuds agaiinst the samti
d will render thema in properly at tested.
Oc. R. M. SC URRY, Administrator.
. Adnajiistrator's Notice.
LLA' personshaving demands againistthe stalte
Sthem prioperly attested, anid those indebted wiill
d please pay tip. Punctuality is requested, as thn
Estate must be closed as early as practicable.
WILSON A BNE Y, A dm'r.
YSept 17 tf 30
dALL Ntes due the Subscriber, indlividually oi
f s xecutor, arc placed in the Bank of Hanm
d burg, fior collection. Those indebted will lheas(
mke inmediiate paymnti.
e Dr. John M. Galphain, will act as my A ttorney,
e during nmy absence from thc State.
s. Dec 23, t
C hapaans Cotton Gins!
-UE1 still miake these best of COTTON GINS,
' at our old stand. We warrant theta to giva
satisfactiotn, whicht they nsever fail to do.
"' All orders thankfully received and promptly at
e tended to.
"i rersons who find it miore convenient will pleast
inquire of Mr. L.oD itL, Edgefield C. HI., wvh
will keep on hand one or more of these Gins for
sale. Address .CII A P.MAN & SONS,
Coleman's N Rloads, Edgetield, S. C.
BSept 15 tf 3
I-Adaniniist rator's Notic.
>- ALLJ Persons having demands against the Es
?.tate of A. I1. Colenian, dee'd., are requtested
to present themi properly attested, rind those mn
'debted previous to his death, by Note or Accouti
will mnake innunediate payment, as further indul
w gence will rnot be given.
Sept17 WILSON ABNE.Y, Adm'r.
JOHNSON FEMALE UNIVERSITY,
AT ANDERSON 0. 3L
INSTITUTION, heretofore known a
0T " Johinson Female Seminary," will go into I
operation as a University, and be open for the re
eeption of Students, on the first Wednesday of Feb
Rev. Dr. Wr.LIA B. Jonsso has been elected
Chancellor, and is expected to be present at the
I opening of the Institution.
Among the Teachers, whose services have been
secured, are Rev. J. SCOTT "MURRAY, r.nd Mrs.
MARY E. DANIEL, both of whom are so favora
bly known to the public in connexion with the insti
stitution as a Seminary.
In the Musie Department, it is anffiicent to Fay,
that that Prince of Musicians, Professor WILLIAM
WAGST. FF, will continue in charge.
A detailed plan of organ'zatilon of the University
will be published in .January, in paiphlet form.
A ny information in respect to the University may
be had by inquiring at Uloleombe's Hotel, in Ander
Dec 22 4t 49
S ITUATEL in Anderson distriet, midway be
tween Pendleton and Greenville, will be re
opened on the 10th of January next, under charge
or the present teachers, Rev. Messrs. J. R. Kenne
dy and J. B. flillhouse. Instruetion mtay here be
received in the English branches, in any branch of
the Mathematical course. and in the Latin, Greek,
Heb:ew, French, or German language. The high
est rate of tuition wil! be $9.50 per quarter. Board
ing at $7,00 per month.
A ddress Equality or Double Branches, S.C.
By order of the Board of Trustees,
T. II. IcCANN, See'y.
Dec 2 3t 49
Abbey Green Female Institute,
By lniss Sophisa chapilu .
mIS Institution is located seven niiles North o
Edgelield C. 11., and within sight of Elton
P. 0. It is situated in a remarkably healhby portion
of the District, and convenient to an excellent
Spring. The building is-entirelv new, large and
The I nstructress, Miss CHAPIM, 11A5 the reputation
.f being an experienced andl talented Teacher.
The Elementary, and all the higher branches of
English, together with Latin and French are taught.
Terms per Session of five months for all branches
except Mlusic,.................... ...$10 00
Music, including use of Piano,...........25 00
GooJ Board can be obtained in the neighborhood
21 $7, par Munth. For further inforiation, if de
sired, apply to either of the uniersigned.
S. W. NIClJOLSON
Oct 28 .4me 41
Flint Hill Academy.
THE Trustees take plleasure in annoancing to
the publierthat they have engaged for the en
suing year, the rervices of Mr. W. Bi..K, gradu
ate of Oglethorpe College, Georgia.
Tho School will open (in the 2nd Motilay in .Tan
nary next, aid the Scholastic year will consist of
T1en Montths, at the following rates, viz:
Spelling, Reading, Writing and Elementary Arith
netic ............................$12 00 a
Geography, Graninar, Arithmetic, Deela
matiol and Compos"ition,.......... 16 00
Algebraal the higher lranches of Math
ematies........................ 24 00
Latin. Greek, &c..................... 30 00 f
Goial Board can be obtained in the neighborhood
at $7.00 per niouth. C
hK' For further particulars, please apply to either p
or the Undervigned. ti
THOS. PATNE. o-3
W. WILUA.S, l k
B. CONNOLY, S n
JAS. 11. MIMS. fA
Dec I 5t 46 d
~fT1E RIfDGE FEMiALE SCHOOL will open
.on thefirst aanay of JIanuary next, near the
residence of the Utnderaiganed, unader thec chaarge of r
Mni.s MiAny E. .JtUas. This lady received her edu
eation uder the instruction of te Rev. Dr. .Iohn- h:
soan, froma whomar she brings ha'gha recommaaendations.
She is also fiavortably known in this District as an
instructor of youth. T
The branecs of eduication neually taught int Fe- ti
nmale Academties with Mlusic, will be tataght in this *'
at thae uasuail pries. tl
Good Board etam be obt.ained in thec neighborhood
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45 a
The Ridge Male School
WTLLi be openied on the 1st Mionday of Januarya
?next, a little below Sir. Wade Hlolsteina's resi-t
deanee, undehr the ebharge of Mir. K(r.tesE, whao wvas
taught by Rev. hir. Kennedy, of adersont, andl is
favortably known int this Distract as an instructor of
Theo usual branchecs of educatio'n attended to ia
Male Aenadeamies inceluinag the Classics, &c., will be h
tauaght tat the usual prie s. s
WA DE 110LSTON, ] -; g
THO.\lA S .\T ES, 8
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45 t
Upholsterer in General!
. ,R. G. 0. DECINERT, Upholsterer
.LV"Land Paper H-Ianger, respectfully annotunces to
thec citizens of Edgefield atad its vicinity that he is
ntow prepared to mlake to order,
Beds, hair and Shuck IMattrasses,
and also to attend to PA PER HANSINGS, WINDOW
BLINDS, SHADES, &C,
Str. LD. will attend punctually to business, and all
orders will be spceedily aand faithfully exeuteiL.
lie will be found at the Oflice formnerly occupied
by Chtancellor WAIDAIYa except wvhen elsewhere
Dec. 15 3t* 48
A TEACH ER is wanted to take charge of the
[IHorn's Creek Mlale A endemay. One comnpe
tenat to instruct ini boath Modern and Ancient lanl
guages, anad enna brintg good recommaaetndationts, will
indt an excelienat situationa by miakinag imediate tap
plic.ation to eithter of the Suabseribers. lie muust be "
enatirely Southern in principal :rnd feeling.
,101N 11. FA IR,
WASH. WISE, h
Dccl 11. P. TILLMAN. ti
ALTL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jane .
Loge A anAeed., are requested to mke ime
setthemn forthawith, paroperly attested according to
law. AMBROSE IX, Adma'r.
Feb 5 2mn 3 (
SLL Persons indebted tot the Estate of Saraha d
I. Fendly, dec'd., will please nmake imnmediate ja
pzaymnent. Thtose haavinag deamands will presenat thema n
proerl atesed or D. J1. GILCHIRIST,
Adrn'r de bonia non. C
Decc11 tf 48
,.LL, Persons indebted to the Estate of Hardy
A. white, dee'd., are requested to make immedi- (
ate payment anad those haaving demands against the
eamti, will renader thema in properly attested.
JAMlES Hi. WHITE, Adm's
W. II. GRIFFITH.
Nov. 17 3mn 44
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
A CONSTANT supply of Potatoes, Onions,
11.Oranges, Lemons, Coeonuts. &c., aty be
founad at E. 110DGES, AGENT.
Nov 26 tf 46
ALL Persons hanving demands against thte estate
.. or Luke S. Bland, dee'd., will renader them in -
duly attested, and thaose indebted by note or open
account will miake paymnent, by the Fourth of De
eaaber next, as'the heirs arc all of age, anad 1 am
determined to close upa the estate.
WiAh. MOBLEY, Admnir. -
OctG 3 m 38
A LL Persons indebted to thec Subscriber by note l
.t.or open aecounat, arc earnecstly re-quested to
mnake pament by or before the first of January next.
U. A. SHAW.
Nov in 9t 43
[HAVE this day associated 31r. THOMAS B.
LUITLTn business with me, which will in future
e transacted under the firm of Bows.. & ThTr.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
&LL persons indebted to S. E. Bowzu, wil
ples" oil and pay their notes and accounts,
a I aim desirous of closing my old business imms.
liately. . 10 WEIRS
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
W;TE KEEP constantly on hand a -large and.
?Vwell assorted Stock of GR OCERIES, viz:.
Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Vhole, Half and Quarter Barrels, and Fanily Mm
Mackerol in Kits,
iPE RMk4 ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEAD OIL. RAISINS.*AL.
MONI)S. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
PRESE RVES, PICKLES,
!resh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
IPICES ALL KINDS, SOKED BEEF &TONGU2
FINE OLD BRANDIES" WINES,
Fectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
i Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
ALASSWARE. BOWERS & HIT'
lamburg. Now 5, 1852. tf - 43
Notice ~~. h
TOHIN IR. WITT havingl purebaed, the
Jexcluive interest of the MACHINE SHOP
f Mesars. Evsnsxz. &-Wrrr, will keep constantly
n hand the following articles, in complete and ex -
vilent order, and at the Augusta prices, vi":z
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to. order.
Pannel Doors, Winadow Blinds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
led Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work Stands, Book
Cases and all %itler Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
epi ring and Job Work of every kind appertaining
the aboive articles, and Furniture of every des
iption, done promptly, and upon the most liberal
Edgerfield C. I.. Dee 1, 1852. . tf, .46
Ware-House and Commission
. HAMBURG, S. C.
WALKER & CO,, beg leave to inform the
-is public generally, that they continue the
Warehouse & Commission Business,
t the stand ocecpied by them -for the twoypqst
ens.s, andi previously by WALER & BaDroa.D
The Ware-Ifouse is in genod order, and being lo
tted in the Iighet part of-Town, is safe from high
uter. The late freshet barely renehing the lower
rs-not the least damage was done to Cotton.
A. WALKR will devote his personal attention,
iusively to the business, and hopes from long ex
irienee, and a desire to please, that none will leave
te estab:ishment dissatisfied.
Those who patronize our War-ev-House, wilbe
.pt constantly advised of the state of the produce
Cash advances made on produce in store, when
!sired. A. WALKER
Oct 27 Gm 41
Hardware and Catlery 17
L 1E Svbscriber begs Ialevtoinform the citizens~
Lof Edgeiel and thre Upj.er D~istricts, 3ksreaf
is opened a large and general Stock of.
H A RDW ARE t C UTLE RY,
,gether with every other artidle con with
is Hardware busiiess, at the forniedly
epied by II."A. KEN nerl 6pit..
e. Amercan II. -trn f
hlavmn n . ndefrom
ve mc vite the ndhyetO
uck comhbines e purchasing elsewhtee as y7
Id Isenirely news. iele in the JBordwa~
Uamburg. Oeit JA 3m -DERSON.
Er The Abbevill re-e.vil4.
il copy 3 months and forward bi erson Gaz te,
['HEI Undersigned respcetrntlly informs his old
Lcustnewrs, friends and the publie generally that
,has renmoved to his BR!CK STORE, on Centre
reet, between Alessrs. Jlosism SIDLEYflnd Czoxo5
onmsso, where he olUers for sale a general assort
Mr. Eunmo IlotDGs is my duly authorised Agent
well G oodls, and the business will be conducted
ider the style of E3. IlODGES, A gent.
11. A. KENRICK.
Uamburg, Nov 29 tf 46
COT TON FACTORS,
ENERAL C0M'ON MERCHANTS,
BOYCE & CO'S WHARF,
C!RAEStTON. S. C.
Er Reference-W. P. BUTLER, Edgefield C. H
E. WILMOT WALTER,
GEORGE H. WALTER,
R. T. WA LKER.
Nov 24 - tf 45
rogans, Boots a nd Shoes!
AT NO. S0, EasT BAY, C!HAEStTON, S. A
I IE Subscriber otfers for sale a LARGE and
EXTENSIVE Stock of the above Goods
hieh will be sold Whmolecale and Retail at sowr
Ile wonuld respectfully solicit and examination of
is assortmment by Merchants and Planters visiting
U Orders will have prompt attetftiou.
R. A. PRINGLE,
No 30, East Bay, Charleston, S. C
Nov 17 2m 44
Ladies Circular Cloaks.
'NOWDEN &r SHEAR, AugustaGa.,,
have just received a rupply of Ladies Velvet
IRCULAR CLOAKS, and La-lies black wa
red1 and plain blaek SILK CLOAKS.
Also. a splendid assortment of Ladies Embroiud
-red Valceienes, TLace and Paris Trimmed.
[ousquitan Collars, Sleeves and Chimasettes.'et
w andI elegant styks-to- which they respectfully
vite the attentio~n of the Ladies.
S. & S. will receive, in a few days, Ladies black
loth Cloaks, made of a beautiful fabrie.
Dec 1tf - 46
Vhiskey, RumD, Brandy, &c.
'O~ BAR RELS Reetilled, Monongahela and Mil
}X Ier's Old Rye WHISKEY,
New England and Jamaica R UM,
American and Holland GIN.
A merican anid French B RA NDY,
Madeira, Tcnerife andi Malaga WINES,
Peppermint, Cinnatmon and Perfect Love COR-.
L EMON SYR UP, by the Gallon or Bottle,
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and White Wine VINEGAR,
Pint, Hlalf-pint and Quart FLASKS,
Wine. Lenmon Syrup and Porter BOTTLES,
DEMIJO HNS, all sis.
E. EODGES,- Auntrr.
Nov 29 if - 41
[\ BOeS rime GOHEN HESE
Nov 29 tf 46
F HE Undersigned.hais a large quantity of LUM
L.BER on hand of assorted dimensions, at bia
Price, Square Edge, 75 eta per 100 feet.
" Rough " 37j e." "
DcJAS;L. HILL de IUGES,