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r NIIS 'niverity, which, under a parti:d orgnni
zation, went into operation in .anuary last, wa
(ole1 ely ornmiiized by l,te ard tof Trustees at
t'acir Late mn. eting- in Ave,,n:st, wit h thiree Diepart
tuentst--Acadunlie, Colle.;i-ite and Theological.
In this Departatit are tlaught : orth-graphy an
Rhetorcal ! ua .!ieg: tgraphy and I listory ; Pen
m:neship: IE:is Gronmuir and Composition
A rithmetie mnd ltei .k-Ketep-in-z; the EIh-ments 4e
Algebra :141i Geomentry ; and the Latin and Greel
The prie: object of this D:-partn:-nt, beside
preparing Studints i'..r the Coleliate DIprtmen
when a tuil coinrs.- is contem'ted, is to make _o.
Eiglili sch'olars. The .ntiii mid G reek are taugh
as an inst ument of mental culture, but mrlet par
tieuilarly ars a nccessary nwcans of tobtaining
thorough vequaintance wiih the Engbsh ilngae
None of the ut -lies (if this )epartment will 1
d ispeisel witie, uilctt the pareit ter geutardian par
ticu'arly requests the tmi.ientu of the Ancient Lan
In this Department are instituted six Schouols
lat. The School of A nc'-nt Languages, including
the I Iebrew.
2d. " " " Mathematies and Mechanica
3d. " " " Natural ililosophy and De
4 t. " " Chemieistry and Natural History,
5th." " " lteletua aId .!oral Philooi
ophy in1 I listorv.
Gth. " " I .ogie. Ilhetrie and Eviden
ces of Christianity.
In t'is Department are institutel three Schooli
to) wit :
1.4t. L-cgt'eal and Systematie Theology.
2d. Ev'ele'sitei i.-.tory.
3d. Sac-ed Rhetorie.
The duties of these Deparitents :re- for the pres
cnt devtilved upon four l'rt-fr-eeorp aed line As'nis
tant, with the expetation ithat oiher Plrtfesors wil
bo &airtly aidied.
The ni-vW Term will open the First Wednesdeui
in ibru'ary next, I.3. The Vue.1tion will cleam
Mne- herea;ter in the mihile of Nvember and
terminate on tht first Wedneshivtel ini Flerary.
Tuiion, $42 per ainnum, payable: %emi-,knn1ually
Gtooo boiard1 was gencrally obtained the present
year at $10 per month. exc'lusive of wasincg. A ne
about the same ratle my be vxpecte.i the coming
year. if not loiwer, as porovision4s are allre abudt.
For fm th.r partiieners. s.-e Catdlgnet, or address
Prof. 11. C. EDWACSu, Grveiville. S. C.
Sec'v I'uard of Truse'ts.
.Dec. 16. 2W 51
G" The Charleston 'onrier, C'umbiia Car'li
nIan, Edgeiv'd Advertiser. and Darlington Flg,
w.11 copy the above twice, (weekly.) and please 110'
tire editori:d!y. especially in regard to change in
t m.- of vaction.
M hc Governor.
E.XECV1:TIV E EPART1 ENT,
CLAENDON., )eC. 1852.
IN RELATION to the Pardiningz Peewer, when
ever petitisus sheall be presnted feel Pardn,
tihe repoert oef thee .Jeude wh. tI rit.ed the case wvill be
a r'eluiis'tione. ini all cassnot t11 o le iemiitted. lTe
facilVi wih wiich applen!s fir melrey ecan hce ob.
tained. arte too wtell undtertstiul tio weig'.h withe thet
E..te'utive an ild to eeble the Gov'ernor toi is
pense waih tihe' highe perenEtive ofe~.rcyt-wichl ics ae
constittionlei he'n..st-it is anllfest that a dispas
'iotet' shnoucld lie nue. Tisl de'teritio i0s aiib
solute. By ordecr. B. T. W1.\'TS,
See'y Execeitive' Depeartnwn'lt.
Jan 5 It - 5t
Execut ive Depar'tanent.
])EC.'hD!1'EI~ 21, 1 P52.
ALL C'ommnun Centions to li he Gverem.e' slh'uld
heL~s addereses--d teoIc hi at his cresidcence inc C'er
cudeon. Futon Po.st Oflie.-.
iMy order: B. T. WATTS,
JlanS 5It 51
STVATF. OF s0ti'ii CARO(L1NA.
IN O)IN ARLY.
B3YIH. T. WltIGlI ., Esq.. Ordinnry of Edge.
Wh~ierea~s, Wt. 1i. Jeninie', hast appilied toe
me foer Leitelrs ef Admiiinietration. ecn :ll andci
stinnar tile gtiods aned eb'a I tlS. righltse and t'cd
Its of 'Thos. Cha~mberl.due, late of' the District
Th'iese are, theefolere. to cite and tedmonishi all
an~d sinular. the kindr':red aneredlileera of' lte
said deceased, to bee aend aplpe:.r beeore met. ait
our next Orditnary's Coucirt fir liih~ eie ai istrict,
to be holdt'n att Edgetield Coucrt Ileouse. onl the
5th day of Januae~ry niext, to shocw ettnse, if
any, wiy the saiid 'adminiistration shotuld unot
Givecenuder my1~ hland aced seai, ihis the 12th
dayv of .Jan., inc ti yeair oef eiur Lord one thcous
ad eliht htundred anld iifty-thireme an ed in thne
seLven'Ity-s5eveth.cl yea'r ofl Aet'rie:cc indepeien'cel
Janl 5 t 5I
IN ORDIN ARY.
B ' I T. WR l . Es<nire, Or'dinary oj
Wiherte'as Eliz:..ethI A. Iiumilton and Jas. M.
Hlarrisonl havie appeliedi io mee fer I .etter's of Ad.
unineist rat ionc, Oil aell :ened singeulatr lice goocds aned
chcattels, rights aced credits of' Lemel' J. Unm.ac
iitnc, late of the District afo'ere'said, diecea:sced.
Th'iestj are, t heerefoere, t o eit e anded e mionish aill
aend singtelar, the kinedre'd anid cretditors otf tihe
said deceased, to be ancd apepear before cce, at
otur cnext Ordinaery's Couirt foe' the said District,
to be heolden :at Edgelield C. House, one the 12th
day of' Januac~ry ine.,. to show causee, if teny
why tile satid admiinistratione should not be
Given lender my hiand atnd seal, this 3rd day~
oIf Jatnuary', ini thie vetnr of' oucr L ord onie iihou
tsand eigh't len edre'd anid lifiy-ithrete, tand ite lthe
steenty-seventh yeatr of Amceriecn I cdepen
dence. IH. T. WILtGHT'1, o. E. D.
June .5 2t 51
Lost or islaidI
NT E ien A. A. (hItrk, for $175,00. due 25th
thle' followicng credits : 1st Juleiy l e.ti, $75 ,Ui : 1th
,lnutary I1847. i 50.00 : I5the.\pril 1848l, $1 00.100
peed 9the Alartcht 14. $I100,0ee. All persons tire
f..rewairn~d aeganst tradieng foer eid Nolte, tandi tin
intorioiitionl ceringeiie it will lbe thnktfully re
.hian 4 Jt 5
rpH E Stockholders oef thee Odd Fillowis an~d Tie
sonie11 lIuil ling Assoieation ae hiereby1 nilfied
thant the Secoiid Incstahnlenet oef 2c leer c''et. will be
reeiuired ti e p- id oct or befoire' the ierst oif F'ebtrua
yy niext. By order oif the Pr'esient tandt D irectors
, J. A. W~ILLilAMs, See'y aend Treaes.
Janc 4 4t 51
A LL Persons indeebted tio the Estate of .Jmne
A. Andeersonl, dee'ed.. tire reqinestedto Im nakt
againsct stad Estite wrill p&etse pere'senit thcem, as it i
desirous thatt the' estate she'll he s'el witout de
lav. . d- A N I WiRSON. Aedmc'r.
Ja. 2 t' 51.
To Rent the Graniteville Hotel
- lIE UNDERSIGNED having purchased th
if above E-stablishment, offters to rent it for oal
t or more years. This IiT E L, built ammne five yearl
- 4i th all mther buildings attacied, are now it
line order and1 realy to occulirv.
A speacimus STA BLE. 70 by 54 feet, now undel
contract, wll be finished in a few days.
I A fine (A Rt DEN of some two acre if. attached
- tio the Ilmte'l, made rich with a thorough broad
east e'verimg of m11an11tre, well ploiughed in, ant
,f made ready for the seed of the Gardener, with t1
k never fatiling, Spring mnd Well of ,.ir.- tld Water;
and, as to lealth. Granit. ville will not sufrer in cum
Svoar:son with any ther Village in the State. ail
t beimg so near the Itailroad, pliecs the Charleston,
A tizusta and Ilavmhur: markets at da.ly connunanm.
t IThme who malay fe.el dlimmnsedl to rent this desira
. Ile I lotel are invited to visit Graniteville. and enljoy
Ssimlte fof the pure air and after witnesiig the de
lightful s'ght (of coaseless enrgy and enterprise
pertfrmned by the stib..r anm induotrious inhabitaintp
of the pl.ce' will nti. it is believed. leave this beau
tiful Vilsage but under the imost favorable impres
F.,r further pairtictlars., apply to 'M-.-strs. Wm.
G(ssea.. fir Cirltmton, B. C. IIARD, of Graniteville,
I. L. I., ni.siv, of Auguta, or to the Submeriber a
liekory H ill and Prince Win. Par:sh. S. C.
Tec 29 3t
SWI LL R ENT s mMuse aid Lot fr the en
suing year. It is' situated three-quarters of M
mi.le froma the \illage, ol tie Ciolunibia road, and im
a desirAble residence for a faisly.
L. CO\A It.
Dec 29 tf so
) IC I ored and U1:lak VEI.VETS of variou
.10 kinds for Mantillas man. Cloaks. A few piece m
of aniisome pio~lihei Cfrilh for Lates C'o.tks,
witlh som;i1e ofi the richebt triinmii.4 male. Fur
sale ehenl at GIRAY il!OTiElS.
Atuguata. a., No-v 17 tf 41
1 Y an Ordler frm I I.T. Wright, E.;j., Orlina
rv or Edgeield listr:et. I will proceed to
-sll atthe late reaidenec of '. 11. Ehai. ded., on
Ti E.SDAY, the I ith day f Jamu-ry next. all the
personal priope.rty of said ieceased, consisting of
Twenty-One Likely Negroes,
itock mf I orses andl Mules, (mws andmm 1 lmg . C0rn.
Fmdder iad Plantation Tools, tog.ther with I limse
hlad and Nitchni Furnture, and other articles not
necessarv to mieiti.
Said propertIy will be sold on a credit of twelve
!ai1mith1s. 'urcavlsser s tmm give Nite with two ap
proved securitiemt. All sui msf aid uinder S5 (asih.
TiHOS. GA RETT, Adam'r.
Pec 29 2t 50
AT TilE OLD STANI) OF S. & J. GILBERT
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Is &E. 1J. GILBERT continue the
. CARliA( E IWSINESS at the above stand.mi
Nos :-5 aml 40. Wentworth Street, where they will
be polease-d to exhibit to their old friends and us
temers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprisin thise of their owi maniufaeture togethet
varoums tler stylne uually fniad in this inairket.
Timir loamg sacquaintanmce with this market as
Maiufacturers am eDalers will enable them to
iofir great iiilucvieets tom purchasers both in style
Aug 25 tf 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-1Y T1. T. VIIlGIT, Esgr., Ordinary of
. deiedld I)i'triet:
WXhereas. Thomimam Guarrett, hass apliemd to me
fomr Letters of Admainisattimmn, on aill said sinigular
the mgomods aid chiat; lea, rights aid credits of
Chaitrs. G. Gairrett, Iate of the District,aforeasaid,
| These are, therefomre, to cite and admonti sill
,anad singulnar, tlie* kindred :aid ereditomrs omf the
said decea:sed, tmo be aid appeatsr lwfore' ime ait our
niext Ordin:ary's Couirt for uhe siad Dist rict, to lie
hlenca sit iEdgelield Comurt linmuse on the 5th
day of Januairy next, tin show csauset if any,
whiy the said'adiniistratioin abould not bie
Giveai nnder msy hatnd and seal, this the 22d1
dayv of Decembler,'in: the vear oft omur Lord one
thtousnand eighat hutndred :amd fifty-two, said in
the sevenaty-.sevenath yesar of Amierican Iudepen
deasce. Hi. T. WRIGilT, o. E. D.
Nov 24 2t 45
state of South Carolina,
Benij. L. Gill, Sarah, his wife, anid
Stusan.\lorris, Bill for
vs - Partit ion.
Sarahl Smlorris, et al. J
'.1 Tiappe::rintg to may satissfactimn, that the De
Sfendmata, .mlisn Mmrrisi, Domctrinae .\morris.
Willi::mn leaadiick 31orris, Jonmi Morris and
lesasiant 3mrris, jr., re.,ide beyonmd the limtits of
this Staie, On: 3otimn of Mr. Ausr~r, Solicitor
for CompIlainiatS, It is ordred, thaat theyi do
pprwiin thmree mnonths~ from the date hereof,
andtm aswer, pileadu mr denmtir to this ill, or
.inmeiit and Ordier pro confessuo will be tsakent
Dec A. SIKINS, C. E. E. D.
De 93m 50
. L.L Pertmuns indebted ton thes Estate of Ems~ley
.. GolYE. dlee'd., :are hereby niotfied tmi maike imi
mteiaute payme taid thomse tom whm thme cataite is
iieted~m will presenit their clstaims forthwith ini due
foma, as I sama determiiined to windm up the estate as
sioon ais thme laiw will perimit mie.
11. T1. WIllG'IT, 0. E. I).
Ordinarv O)flimce. I me 29i. 3am 50
[R A\Y lBROTIlI Elis, hamve mmn hand a lairge as
Gsortimenit uof lil,ANE1<ETS, of vairiouminds
Prah'sis somte of th liermt Ssmmny Woml finie fini
iihed, iimipmrtemd. With a beirge aissormatment o Lower
Girades sand P:saitation iilamikets, which we are
orv17 tf 41
61arden Seeds, Fresh & Pure.
r allE Subscriber has just received) and offers for
1 sate ai large supply of FRtEhsaid PlURE
G.\I 1)EN ~EE EDS, froma the celebrated Seed Es
tasblihmenat of Coamstinck, IFerre &Co., Withlirsi.ld,
Coin:. Seeds frma the above estaiblihment hiave
beetn tested by imany of aiy custoimers. stnd 1 be
lieve hatve given genseral saitisfactt~mun. If you desire
tin havte youir gairlen well suippml~ed with fine vege
ta'es, don't naeglect to caill andl get a supply of
these seeds. GI. L. IPENN, .\GENTr.
ie 29 if 5it
Pocket Book Found.
I )ICKEI) up mn the Phstk Rmoad this side of
SIliinhurg. The nwner easn i.-.e it by cominsg
forsward, describing it properly, aid pasyiaig for thiu
D~ec29 tf 50
Tea, Candles, Sugars, &Cm
' L.\CK, Ilysoin, Gunipowder, lamperiatl and~
.1) Youing ilyson TE A. itn hlaf, Quarter, Eighth
Itoxes anid Catties, ailso amt retail.
Sperma, A dsiiantine ansd Star CA NDLES,
ICrushied, Powdered aiind Clarified SUGAR,
Turpentiine, Tmilet and Shasvimr~ SOAP.
For sale by E. IIODGES, A ois-r.
Nov 29 tf 46
. LL Persons iindebted to the estate of Ellington
11 Clairk, dlee'di., sire here'by notitied to make im
meitamnasnd thtose haavinag deasnds asgainst
sadett ill preseant them properly attested.
JAS. BLACK WELL.
Ily) 7 tf 2
3,500 LBS. Chsoice lip-Counatry BA CON,
1,000 " " iBaltimnore "
For sale by F. M. NICIIOL AS.
Oct 26 if 4
Wanted to Hire
A E good Male and Female SERVANTS,
tateda Hotel, fmor wvhicha liberal wages illi
be given. A pply itnaunediately to
F. M. NICilOLAS.
n..29 on 0
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL!
Rev. N. ALDRICH, Principal.
MR. STUCK LER, lPxor. or Music, Fritycii, &c
MRS. J. IMcCL NOC, TEACEri or PnllMARr
TJ HE TEACHERS if this A eademy grate
fuly acktnowledge the liberal patronage they
have enijoyed liar the aist year. ThI.y exceedoingly
reuret ihat ti inconvenienee of their Rttoois has
hithertop afluarded them no oppoai tunity foir a pubie
examninationi oif their S.hlolars. It is with pleasure,
h..wever, they ainounee the sipetdy erectione of :
arge and conavenivit bceilling. A louita lot hails
already bvei iracureal and arraingemints ar in pro
agress foir th, immen di..te commenetm-nt of the
builline which will be hasitenedI too comh-.1tionl.
The School will then be furiishe6td with all IIe ne
eessarv alplaratlus fiar fheilitating the Schilar. in th
eariaous D epartments of Study, and the pul'!ie are
assured that no pains will be spared to place the
School (in an toiual foiotina with atny ill the State.
The ex,-rei,-s oaf the Seliol will be resuied ten
MON IA Y, .lanuary 3d.
Terins aof Tuition the sanic as formerly.
It is desirable that the Selalnrs begin with the
aIecniig of ti Sessioi, partienlarly louch as intend
to clommnce the high branches tof P-tudy.
The 'eaebers hold themselves in readiness to ae
emllmodat.- the Sch hiri with Board at the usual
prices, $10 per nouth.
Due '!9 tf 5o
BY THE GOVERNOR.
ORIDER No. 1.
COL U.\BIA, Dec., 1.'1, 18S52.
rjlE following genitlemenci have baen ilappointed
it cinmni..wiaaned AXid-dle-Campij ta his Ex el
lency the Go(verior and Commandler-in-Chief, with
the rank oi Licieuant Caoleil, iad will ie ubeyed
and reipected aceordinagly. By order:
.1. W. CANTEY.
A djutant and luspecetur General.
blatliew Irvine Keitl,
Thomas M. Wagner.
.4lhn1 lIarlestoni RcIald,
L. M. Kvitt,
.1. 1). Ashnore,
J. T. Siomi,
J. N. Sin-dl,
W. A. Atierumi,
A. Me Farlani,
A. C. Garlingtn,
S. . Na .on,
1i ichard C. lIichardson,
11. L. Tillinghast,
Julius J. I ilguni.il.
Dec 22 3t 49.
ORIER No. 2.
CUOL UMBIlA, Dec. 1-1, 1%152.
T IIE following" gentvleen have b,-en apolnted
lad4 cpmi I ned Aids-de-Camp to; Ilios. E.x
celle-ney the Gtov..rnor and Connnandeii~itr-ini-Chit-,
with the rank iof Licut. Coloul, aid will be obeyed
and respected accordingly. By or der:
J. W. CANTEY.
Adjutant and Inspector General.
A. Maxton ",pring-4,
A. M. Ruth,
"ITn I m an ,
J. M. luwell,
WV. E. Wilsou,
William l'inckney Starke,
W. L. Itvlaatls,
f. II. Witherspaon,
Robert J. Wiliglihau,
E. P. llradley,
Wmii. E. Zimmlnernman,
Rt. I.. ferit,
Sa:nauel Sparks. jr.,
J1. E. Cunttin,
If. Rush Canybell,
Franctis Wa'. i riot,
J. ii. JIaekso,
Rt. G. 1 Iotardl,
Ell:ot MI. Keith,
John .1. Caanyers,
Josephl J. Pope,
D~ec. 20 50 2t
New Goods! New Goods !!
BOOTS, SilOES, CAPS, HATrS, &c.
H AMBURG S. C.
-'r!H E ubsceriber hiavinig unisurpaissed facilities.
I fr nuplyinlg thle M.arket ith the above art
eles, wulda renlew his soilicitations11 to his customears
anid the comumnilllty' genlerally, to give bitn a e~ill be.
faire paurchaisinag elsewhere.n he 1 is conutident that he
e:ml show as welt selected an1 alSSortmen~lt as is to be
faiund in thle State thiis aidei of Chaarlestoni. unda lhe is
determiinedl to campa te with thei pariaes of that City.
Ciamie asll, andi judge rur yoursielves, ais gaaodis will
be freelv~ shuwn. .10IIN 'aUELSII.
Oppossite the Amiericanl Hotel.
Dec 22 1m 4
Olear Spring Acadcasy.
I WI lL teach a select Schoaol aaf iabont Sixte--n
IScholars. Yoiung mlenl pursuinlg the coaurse rae
qinired for enlteringi the Soiuth Carolinau Caile~ge
waaul.l he preerredl. W'ith tis arrtaneent I
thin1k I en afely piromlise that my~ pupils will learn
twice as mlUch as they call ill any crowdled Schaoil.
The scholaistie year will consist of 40 weeks, divi
ded into, two Sessioans.
Jfaarcan ll be hadJ iln good ramiilies e'rmvenient to
The Schaool will comenee the 341 Moaily in
Jaua~trv. Address the Subscriber att Callhoun's
Mills. '.1. L. lICSLECY.
Take Warning i
A T.L thoase whoia are indehbted toa mle indlividun
11 ally, Walker & ColemIian, lirannoln & (Cale
Iman, nr W. Il. Itranlnon, that doa naot malke paymnlt
by the first aef Februmry next, wiil 11ind thleir ae
counlts andi noltes ill the handas of Ollhicers for ccl
b-etionl, as mlonev3 1 mlust have.
.M. W. COLEMAN.
Jlamblurg. Dec 13, 2m 40
I A PPOINT Mr. R. J. ih~ru of HIamburg~, my
1.A gent in the settlement aif dues tea myself, or
any of tile palrties aibove mlenitined. The bosoks are
ill his han~dS. StL W. COl.EICNAN.
Hlabturg, Dec 15, 1852. 2mn 48
T IE Undersigned have this alay associated
,.Uthemselves tiogether in the PRIA CICE? OF
L AW, forn Edgetield District. A ny butsiniess en
trusted to them shall he promplltly attendtedl to.
IMr. A-rKISON will keep all Oifice at Edgefiel,
in rear aof the Court House, where he can be rounid
at all timeIs.
M. M. GR AY.
W. Ui. ATKINSON.
Hlamburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43
B OOT. Shoe anad HarneLss Makers. Also, fair sale,
atll kindse or Upper anld Sole Leather, Niorlh
erni alnd Frenich Calf Skinis, Linlingl antd Bindinig
Skinis, Harness and lHand Reather, Shoemiaker'sa
Findlings, Boots an~d Shoes anda P'lantationi Irogansl
always on hand-nmade of best miaterials.
Also, Lamlp, Train, Neetsfoot and Tanners Oils,
for sale by. T1. MIMS.
D)ec 15 tf 48
I(RAY BROT HERS, A ugusta, Oa.. have now
~.in Store a full suppa~ly of Rich anld Elegant
Brussels; Threeply, lngnne and Cotton CA B PETS
with Rutts anad Druggets to match, which they
ofier to thc public cheanp.
Nov 17 tf 44
For Sale or Rent,
THlE HOUSE AND LOT of the
,, Undersigned inl the Village or Edge
S field. The Uhouse hats six good Rooms,
with a fire place to each and is well
finished. The bit consists of three Acres, and has
all necessary out buildings on it. There is a con
stanlt stream of water running throulgh the [.1
Possession givenI the first of .lanuary 1853.
M. L. BONH[AM.
Dc 8 tr .47
Rev. C. A. RAY1IOND, Principal.
HoS. N. L. GRIFFIN, ED31UND PENN,
S. F. GOODE. Da. It. T. MI3S.
rP HE TR USTEES and TEACIERS of this
.1. Institute tendWr their most respectful thanks.
for the very lileral patronage bestowed upon the
institution during the past year. They are also
hnpy to ainnounce the very prosperous condition of
tilt? Intitute, unl its flattering prosperity for the
ctmting year. Th.iv aeurc their pntrons that ne
wfMart will be spa:a.d to continue deserving (if so
liberi it patrosnage.
The next Sesion will commence on MONDAY,
thel 11th of .hmaury I53.
The an Teaenobers will be employed in tie dif.
ferest Depsartments. as during the past year. Anti
the ..amt rates of Tuit:on, and general regulati..s
Pupils can enter at any time during the Session,
ani if near the niuile or closo of the SrEsion, th-y
will be charged from the tite of entranec. to the
entl of the Sesasion. Thote leaving before the Sel.
.iti closes, axcept in cases of sickness, are charged
for the wile essiton.
Applicntion for admission may be mtade to either
of the Trustees, or the P'rincipal.
Dee :-2 tf 49
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 EING deirous to remove to the West, I will
3 sell at publie sale, on TUESDAY, I8th day of
Janiary next, at nay residence. the following vainua
ble Hieal Estate, lying tne mile atl a half from the
Pine IloIse, in Edgetield Distrivt, vTz:
Elevens nsadred Acres,
l-ing the Mill Traet-almo, a lease of one tlnusand
(100t1* acren more-tlte uid tlas being for eight
years or longer if the Mill should reqjuire it to ent
the timibr. The eleven hundred aeres, has hadl
iothintg cut froin it, of consequllence, fIor nev-eral
v,-are.sNad in now well tinmred. The Mill is a Cir
eilar Saw carriei by wat-r power and will eut frona
four to six thousand feet per day-is in excellent
u:der, and hag a larLte putronsage.
Also, the Ill.\llMTEAD TRACT, aljaining
the abov-, situated on the P'ub!ic Road, consataising
F-aur 11 iuldred s-res, with a large, handsome Uad
cOmmollllltdi-tus Dwelling, just finisiwd-heing well
plastered and painted-withs now out hiouses and
stables. all framed and miade large and Cana1moa1adious,
with ian excellent spring of water cunvenieut to tihe
Th said lanl hap about two hundred acres of
Cr-ek lands. which is very productive and well
auita 41 for agriculture. As to the character of said
Mill and amdstin, see Mr. Nat. Ramey who residem at
Edgetield C. II. Also,
Six Very Likely Negroes,
Mul-sl, Cows, Hogs, Cairn. Falder, Oats, Peas.
Wagaal, luggy, llousehaold Ftli niture (including a
fine Piano Forte) and other things. too tedious to
The Neuroses will be sold for cash, and the Lanad
fatr C:a-h as to ane-third.
C The Subseriber woull be glad to show the
Mill and Lands, to any one who liares to see theina.
D 0 JAS. L. IIIL.
D'c 22 5t 40
VALUABLE LAND AND NEGROES
B -'ING about to remove from this part of the
a country, the Subsrierilar ters bur sale hip
latation qn -1the Savnah iver, in Edg fi-ld
I listrict. It ; situated albtout eight or ten mile
above Augusta, and lies n the fink of Savannah
River and Big Stevens' Creek, uaeiwsurinag about
three miles on each, and cota:tins
Three Thousand Five Hundred Acres,
On the premises are two Setth-nents or Quarters,
Twa Gin use, Catto Screws. Bliacksmith Shop,
and' a Grist Mill. .\bout en half in in cultivationa.
natndamot of thae balance in in nsative farest, iad well
timsberad. The~a timaber in thec laow grtounds, ad the
wool tan thea upland, at the rates ina the A uguasta
.\arkat, woauld moarae than pay the price ofI the whaale
preumisten. The noutha of Stevents' ('reek is about
two mailtes aboave thme uppe~r endt of the Augusta
Canal with sa gaood boatinag liavr between.
Tlo an :approva d paurchaser thme Subscribter would
also sell fom.,
Onme to two Ilunudred Negroes,
tutastly in tailien.
TIermsta will be nmde easy, anal long cra-ait given.
Dec 29 -^'t - 50
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T iiiE Subscriber, having purchsasedl elsewhere
in the I )intrict and betinag adesirous of remoavinag,
alfe-rs for stale the pal.aee ems whlich he n ow re~sidles,
within a maile of Edlgriield Village. The Tract con
Five Hundred Acres,
one half of whti.h is i:: woaods, thne oilier hnalf ceeredl
ad in cualtivatons. One hunadred ad ifty atrr-s alf
the eered lanad haas beena oplened within thne last three
or faaur venars. Almoltst all the woodl-landl is of ex
ceellent q'ntality, oak anal hikory growth. mnullatto soail.
It is liately adapte~d to the paroductiona of Corn, Cotton
and esall grain.
On the parehmises is a comsfartabmle dwellin~g-houso.
The aaut-bauildinmgs are of thme best dlescriptionm-harge
and coaamodiuans liarn: andt Stables, Shuc-k I louses
andt Wnaggons Sheltern. Thme Gin Houiase anal Screw
are enitirely new, of choice nmaterials, and built ac
cordinag ta the motst approaved psa ns.
flTe otnly test taf thme excellence of his tract of
whieh thae subscriber woauld speak is the c.rop which
it has bairne thais year anal whaich is tihere for the isa
spaetiona oaf thasta- de-airtaus toa purchaise.
A line Well und a never-failing Spring of excel
lenat free-stmne water are amlong the other advanti.ages
uf thin tract. 8. S. TOMIPKINS.
Nov 3 tf 42
House and Land for Sale.
I W lLL sell thme well imaproavted IIOMESTEiAlD
tn w hich I raeside, htaeated .ahamat ne nmile from
the To'awn of Newb'-rry, and connected with it by a
lirtat rate piublic road.
The site is a healthy one, entirely free from haeal
cautsets oaf disena. Thme dwelling house in substan
tially built tat brick, contatining seven commaao-liius
and comfoatrtab'e roaomts. The taut hmouse~s are' a bric~k
Kitchen, a brick Loom: Hous~e, a large brie k .Smoke
I louse antd one of woodl, coansfortable. Negro hnoane-a.
a large Gin House, and all ither necessary nut
buildings. Attached thereto is a conaivenien: faram
oft aaae haundread and thirty acres of Landt, abcut fifty
necre.s of whaic.h are in wotads reuaarkably well tima
beredi. On the prenmises there is a spjring of very
To an apprtoved purchaser the terms will ha' madle
accosnanod'ating. P'ersosns tdesirtaus of purchaasinag
may apply tom Mr. James F. Harrington or D~r. WV
H. H arrisagttat, either of whaom will shew thema the
premuises anad eontract for the samne.
Nov 17 tf .4
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale.
rI HI E Subscriber intending to move from the
1State, off'ers for sale his MILLS. on Shiaw's
Creek, about tesn miles fromu Edgefield, Aiken and
The Tract contains Twenfy-two haunadred (22flf)
acres, with a suffieicsnt water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory'. Ow the premnises are sall neces
sary improvemaents-frame buildings, orchardis. &c.
Aay informlaation given by applyinag to the Sub
scriber on the premaises, or by letter addressed to
him at Edgefield C. 11.
JOS. A. A DDISON.
Aug4_____ t' 29
A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of E.
-IF. Teague, dee'd., and to the Iram of E. F.
& A. (1. Teague sare earnestly requested to call aind
nettle by Sale-day in January next, as loaager indul
gesnce catnnat be givemn. I must settle up that Es
tate. A word to the wise is suffcient.
A. G. TEAGLCE, Adamar.
Dec 15 5t 48
ALL Persornn indebted to the Estate of Stan
i-. moare M. hlstein, dee'd., will ntake immlaedi
ate payment, and those having deamands against said
Est-ate will render theim in forthawith, proiperly at
tested. J. A. BLAND, Adms'r.
Nov 25 3m 45
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of L. A.
tBell, dee'd., prior to his sale, are requested to
smake immediate paymnent, and those hasving claimis
agsainstt said Estate, will presenat them proprerly at
tested. D). A. J. BELL~, Admt'r.
RIGH FALL DRY GOODS.
EG to inform the public, that their Fall Stock
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now complete. In addition to our Store we have
added a handsome
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabrics of
the season. at the lowest New York cash porices.
Among which are:
Rich ltrocade Dress SILKS and SATINS;
Extra fine white aid black Brocade Silks and
Sat:ns; plain and Chnnelion 41u.
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich Irish Poplins and
Rich colored anal black Silk Velvets;
Rich Satin Broche Casitieres ;
Extra ine Satins, American t
Black and White Watered Silks;
Plaits black Silks, all widths:
1Small figured black Silks: Unlt Mourving Silks.
Black and colored Alipaena and 1viobaitines;
Mlack and colored Broocade Alpneas
Fretnch and English Merinosmand Caslmeres: f
5iusit lelaines. Ginghms and Calico, in grouti
variety of styles and prices;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be fUundl, the latest styles of colored and
b'tak V'ElET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cluth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and comfortable,
ll'k, Col'd and Watered Silk Nlantiflas, of all kinds,
IAllng and Square Woolen Shaws, in great variety
Plain Crape Shawls. very low priced,
A few extra rich Emiab. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We enn say that we knoup all the favorite brands of
KERKEYS, OSNAL'RUS and LAIANIEETS,
aod can alflhrd to sell them at factory prices as well
as our neighbors.
Spee'at atttntion is requested to 50 bh-es of the
best K ERS E Y ever brooughtSouth., (bought at auc- r
tion.) 5 cents per yard le#s than factosry prices,
Saktinets, .Ioeans, Tweeds, Cloithlsp, Cassimeres, and n
Flannels of all kinds,
A nd a great variety of other GOODS, to which r
we reou-st the attention of the pubidio.
Ocet v,6 t f 41 (
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIMERES, MERINUES, DEILAINES AN)
Also, a few niore of those handlsopme Plaids. Broi
cades and I)ress Silks. which wil be sold LOW. 0
Bin n ketS, Negro Clot ha & Tweeds,
Together with fine Bouts for Gentlemooen and Boys,
I have a fitne Stock.
IV. P. BUTLER.
Dec. 8 tf 47
A GENTI.EMAN. qualifiel to teach the diff'er
ent branches of the 'English Lingumuc. ean
find an excellent situation ly applying at once to
cithur of the Suls.:ribers. The Schlu is situated
near 'errvs Crosts Roads in this District, a thickly
popupiated and ielthy neighborhood. r
A ny one dlesiring the place would do well to np
poly quickly, as the opportuiity ay not be long open.
WM. COLE.AN. .
Dec 8 5t 47
Oak Grove Academy.
TII I Exercioes of this Tnstitution will be re
isumed igain on the First Monday in Jmnary
1853. M. C. CLARK. r
Dec 1 7to 41;
A LL Persons intbted the Estate of Wm. T.
Minter, are eartirstly requested to miake imt- e
mediate pay mein, ad those havitng dlemtands agaoinst
said estate wvill please render them in, property at
tested, forthwith. B. F. STROM, Admt'r.
Sept f 341
A LL. Persons indebted to the Estate of R. PIlitt
B~lruson, dee'd., are respiectfully tnotined to
mtake immitediat., pnymenit, and those hoavinig ole
imandls against said estate will piresent themt forthwith,
8 USEN .\. BR UNSON. Adnm'ix.
ROBERT LANIElR, Adm'or.
Oct 20 if 40
. LL, those indebted to the estate of C. WV.
2 1 Cochrant, dee'd., are regniest ed to mak e pronmpt
paymientt to the Admtinistratuor, and thtose having
odemtands will render theim in propecrly attestedl.
L. B. COCilRAN, Adm'r.
July 7 tf 25
IS itereby givent to thtose intdebted to the estate o~f
I Eldre.d W. Glover, deceased, to oiake payimehnt,
at furtherest, by the 1st day of January nexst, and
tho-se to whtomt the said estate is indebte.I will meiet
tme in thle rodinary's Olhice at Edlgefield C. 11.. (on
F-rioday the 7th day of .January niext, I1853, at whbich
timie a final settl.eent will be madoe son the estate.
E. II. CII.A MBER~LAIN, Admn'r.
Oct 20 3mn do1
Read This anid save Oost !
3j1 IE Subscribier respectfulhy notities all thoose
Lindebted to the Firm of Gi.ovina & M.sys, atnd
also to himsealf, eithier by niote or open necount, to
tmake paymtent (on or before the 1st .January next,
as loniger indulgence cannot be givetn.
WM. B. MAYS. 3
Sept 15 tf 35
~LL Persons indebteod to the estate of Oliver
1-i Toiwles, are requestedl to make immnediate pay
mient, and those htavitng deniatnds against the sanme
will renider themn itt properly attested.
R. M. SCURR Y, Administrator.
Oct. 9 tf 38
Ad anstao ' Notice. .
LLprsoins having demtatnds ngainist the estate
them properly attesteod, anid those indebted will
please pay :tp. P'unctuoality is regnelstedo, as the
Estate miust be closed as early is piracticable.
WILSON:AlINEY, A dn'r.
Sept 17 tf 30;
LLNtes dute the Subscriber, inodividutally or
as Executor, are plaeed in the hank of 11am-1
burg, for collection. 'rThoe indebted will lelase4
mtake immediate paymuent.
Dr..Jlon Ml. Galpohin, will act as tny A ttorney,
during mty absence fromt the State.
Dec 23, if ___
Chapman's Cotton Gins !
VITE still make these best of CO'TON GINS,
Sat our oild stand. We warranit them to give
satisfaction, which they never fail to do.
All orders thtakfully received and promptly at
Persons who flid it muore convenient will pilease
inquire of Mr. J.on HuiL., Edgetield C.11I., who
will keep on hand one or mtore of these Gins for
sale. Address CHIAPMAN & SONS,
Coleman's X Roads, Edlgefield, S. C.
Sept 15 tf 35
Ad iitao ' Notice.
'LL Personaslhaving demnanods against the Es
State oif A. HI. Coleman, dlee'od., are reoquesteod
to presetnt them properly attested, anod those in
debted pirevioius to his death, by Note or Account,
will mtake immedcoiate phaymlent, as further indul
genice will not be given.
WILSON ABNEY, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 36
A LL those indebted to the estate of Willam
tGarrett, dee'd., are requested to mlake pasy
meont forthwith, and those having demands againtt
said estate will render thtemi in properly attested,
accordinig to law.
WM. G. IIAMMOND, g
Feb 5 tf 3
A LL..Persons indebted to the Subseribe'r who
fail to pay their notes and acoutt before
Rleturn't Day in Febrtuary noext, will be sued, ats I
cannot give longer indulgence.
I Dec29 &B. C. BRYAN.
MALE ACADEMY RE-OPENED!
in Excellent Teacher Engaged
L BEAUTIFUL EDIFICE SCONTO E COM LETE]
r11E TRUSTEES of the Male Acalemy at thi
plaee take great pleasure in announcing to tit
public that this Institution will be opened again o
he 2ND MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT under the mon
The Teacher they have employed is Mr. J. G
.KITNER of Fairfield. a GRA)UATE OF TIM
0UTil CAROLINA COLLEGE.
This gentlenan enters our community with th
;nost ample recommendatioas from the Faoulty un
er whom lie has finished his studies. Of his abilit,
o prepare young men for successful application t
lie highest Seminnries of our country, there is no
donhb. It niny be added that his strictly mora
haracter is not less certainly established than th4
ecuracy of his Scholarship.
The Trustees, in putting forth this notice, onli
lesire with few words to assure thoe, witho ma.]
atron-se th lIstitution under their charge, that i
their determination to do all they can towards en.
areing regular discipline and keeping up a propel
tegree of pride and emulation among the pupils.
The new Buildinig now in progress will be ow
f the most conimodious as well as one of the mos
ramte edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in privat<
anilies at $8 to $10 per ionth.
The Terms will he determined upon after a eon.
ultation with the Principal. They will nut excesi
home of other simsilar Academies.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
Rt. Tr. M IMS,
Dec II tf 48
'OHISON FEMALE UNIVERSITY,
AT ANDERSON 0. IL
TIs INSTITUTION. heretiforo known a
I .&Johnson Fiemale Seminary," will got int<
perat:oi as a University, and be open for the re
ept:tn of Students, on the first Wednesday of Feb
Rev. Dr. WI.LI.A B. Jonissos has been elected
'hancellor, and is expected to be present at th<
peninlg of the Iustitutiun.
Among the Teacherm, whose services have been
eured, tare lev..l. SCOTT MURRAY, :mdl Mrs.
1llY 1-. DANIlKL, both of whoman are so favora
ly known to the public in connexion with the Insti
titutioni aa Sciinary.
In the %Iuslc Department, it is aufficient to sAY,
lit that Prince of Musicians, Profes.tir WILLIA31
VASTAFF, will continue: in charge.
A detailed plan of organization of the University
-ill be published in January. in panmphlet form.
A ny inlfornation in respeet to the University may
e laN by inquiring at 1lolcombe'd hotel, in Ander.
he 22 4t 49
-1 ITUATFI) in Anderson distriet, midway be
5 tween I'ndleton anad Greenville, will be re
pened on the 10th of January next, under charg
i the pre-scit teachers, Rev. Messrs. J. R. Eenne
y and J. B. Iiillhonse. instruction may here bc
Lcilel in the English branches, in any branch ol
e Mathiematical course, and in the Latin, Greek,
lebrew, l'reach, or German language. The high'
st rate of tuition wi!! be $9.50 per quarter. Board
iz at $7,00 per month.
A ddress li4uality or Double Branches, S. C.
By order of the Board of Trustees,
T. II. McCANN, Sec'y.
Dec 22 3t 49
Ibbey Green Female Institute
By Miss Sophia Chapin.
1 IlS Institution is located seven miles North
rEdglield C. II., and within sight of Eltot
.0. It is situated in a reiarkably healthy iortiot
f the District, and convenient to an excellen
pring. The building is entirely new, large an
The Instructress, Miss CnarrsJ, has the reputatior
f being an experienced and talenatedl Teacher.
The Elemnitary, and all the higher branches o
naglishi, together with Latin and French are taught
~erms per Session of live months for all brance
except .\usic.................. ...$10 01
tusic, including use of Piano...........25 01
Good loard can be obtained in the neighborho's
Si $peI r Maanth. For further informnation, if de
ired, aply to either of thne undersigned.
S. W. NICHOlSON,
Oct 28 4m* 41
RHE RIiGE FEMALE SCIIOOL will ope:
on the first Monday of .lanuary next, near thi
esi.lece of the Unidersigned, under thte-charge C
liss .\AarY i. .1 CnAN. Thiis Ildy received her eda
ation under the instructioan of the R1ev. D~r. .lohni
o, fromr whom she brings high recomnmendations
heI. is also favorably known in this District as a
asructor aof youth.
The brances of education usually taught in Fe
unile Acadlemaies with Music, will be taught in tIn
tthe usual prices.
Gioodl lBaard can be obtained in the neighborhoo
t S8,00I per imnth.
EILIlA TI W ATSON, j
M. 1 IOISTON, ?T rusteea
TrIls. PITT.' )
Ridlge, Nov 24 tf 45
The Ridge Male School
V ILL be opened on the 1st Monday of Januar:
T next, a little below Mr. Wade, Hloltein's resi
enee, under the charge of Mr. K E.nsE, who was
uught by R1ev. Mr. Kennedy. of A nderson, and i
wverably known in this LDistrict as an instructor t
The usual branaches of educntion attendled to ih
tale A cademies including the Chuasics, &e., will b<
anght at the usual pries.
W.\IU'E TOT$TON, ;
.1. M. NORRIS,
J.IRVIS ASBELL. J
Ridge, Nov 24 tf 45
Upholsterer: in General!
.G. 0. DECIIER T, Upholstere
LT and Paper Hanger, respectfully announces t
lie citizens of Edgefield and its vicinity that hei
iow pareparedl to tumke to ordler,
eds, Hlair and Shuck Miattrasses
nd also to attend to PA PER H ANG~INGS, WINIDOV
hLUDS, SHADES, &Ca
Mr. D). will attend punctually to business, and al
orders will be speedily anid faithfully executed.
lie will be found at the Office formerly occupice
i Chancellor WaatmLAW except when elsewher
Dec. 15 3t* 48
ILL Persons inidebtedu to the Estate of Jan,
-i Logan, dee'd., are requested to make imme
iate payment, and those having demands will pre
cnt themt forthwith, prooperly attested accordingt
aw. AMBROSE NIX, Adm'r.
Feb 5l2mn 3
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Sara
.endly. dee'ol., will please mnake immediat
2ayntent. Those havinig demands will present ther
roperly attested for payment.
D. JT. GILCHRIST,
Admn'r de bonie non.
Decc11 tf 48
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of IHard
.i White, dee'd.. are regnested to make immed
ate paymnvt anid thaose having demands against tli
mane, will render thema in properly attested.
JAMES H. WHITE, A
W. II. G RIFFITH. Ad
Nov. 17 3m 44
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
ACONSTA NT supply of Potatoes, Onion
1.1 Oranges, Lemons, Coconuts, &c., may 1
found at E. HODGES, AGE.r
Nov 28 tf 46
PERSONS inidebted to the Estate of Mrs. F.:
LPerrin, dee'd.. are requested to call and setti
and those having claims will present them proper
attsted. T. H. JOHNSON,
E. L. IUlBLER.Ad
Nov 24 3m 45
Oranges and Lemons,
JULST received and for sale by
U F. M. NICHOLAS.
' HAVE this day associated fr. THOMAS E.
I 11TT in business with me, which will In future
) be transacted under the firm of Bowaus & HrrT.
S. E. BOWERS.
,lHamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
t L.'E persons indebted to S. E. Bowins, wilE
please oll and pay their notes and accounts,
as I am desirous of Jlowing nmy old business inime
diatelv. S. E. BOWERS.
Hla'mburg, Nov 5,1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
KEEP constantly on hand a large and
Wwell assorted Sto" of GROCERIES, Tizs
Bacon,9 Lard, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Half and Qnarter Barrel., and Family Mess
blackerel in Kits,
$PERMV4 ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP.
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS. AL.
MONDS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsteri, Salmon and Sardines,
C A N DIES,
SPICES ALL EINDs, EXOEED EE& TONGUIMse
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
- A .so
A Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE. BOWERS & HiTP.
I amburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 4s
TOHN M. WITT having purchased the
tP exclusive interest of the MACHINE SHOP
(of eors. Busui.. & Wrrr, will keep constantly
on hand the following articles, in complete and ex
cellent order, and at the Augusta frices, viz:
Sash filled with Glass and Primed,
made of all sizes and according to order.
Pannel Doors, Window Blnds,
DOOR FRAMES AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Bed Steads, Tables, Wash Stands, Chairs, Beau
reaus, Writing Desks, Work Stands, Book
Cases and all other Cabinet and
Joiners Work, &c., &c.
Repairing and Job Work of every kind appertaining
to the above articles, and Furniture of every des
eription, dune promptly and upon the must -liberal
Edgefield C. IT., Dee 1, 1852. .tf 46
Ware-House and Commission
B U S INE S,
HAMBURG, S. C.
A WALKER & CO., beg leave to inform the
o publie generally, that they continue the
Warehouse S Commission Business,
at the stand occupied by them for the two past
seasons, and previously by WALKR & BRADFORD.
The WTare-HIouse is in good order, and being lo
cated in the highest part of Town, in safe from high
water. The late frelmet barely reaching the lower
floors-not the least damage was done to Cotton.
A. WAJait will devote his personal attention,
exclusively to tihe business, and hopes from long ex
perience, and a desire to please, that none will leave
the estabistnent dimssatifed.
Thtose who patronhie our Ware-House, will be
kept constantly advised of the state of the produce
Cash advances made on produce in store. whon
desired. A. WA LKE-R,
D. L. ADAMS.
Oct 27 6m 41
Hardware and Cutlery! !
T H IE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens
L of Edelield and the Upp.er Distriets, that he
'baa. opened a large and general Stock of . --
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
I Together with every Lther article conmnected with
I thme Hardware business, at the old Stand formerly
-occupied by H. A. Kaiacx, and- nearly oloio
the A merican Hotel.
Having recently returned from the North, whmere
nmy pursehases has been made fiom .Manufacturerais
amnd at the LOWEST CASH! PRICES, I -wouW.a
respectfully invite thme publie and my old friends to
give me a call before pmurchasihng elsewhere, as my
Stock combinmes every article in the Hlardware line,
and is entirely new.'
r Hamburg, Oct 27 3m 41
g' The Abbeville Banner, Greenville Mioan
tainmeer, Laurensville'Herald and Anderson Gaz-tte;:
will copy 3 months amnd forward bills to J. H.
HEUndersigned respectfully informs his old
custonmers, friends and the public generally that
hemm has remmoved to hiis BRICK STORE, on Centre
Street, between Mlesars. Josuun Smsi~r.v and G soRos
[iossonx, whmere he ofl'rs for sale a general assort
Mr. Eh.mu llotoor.s is my duly authmorised A gent
to sell Goods, and the busimnesss will be conducted
under the style of E. HODGES, A gent.
11. A. .K ENRICK.
Hamburg. Nov 29 tf 46
Ladies Circular Cloaks.
NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,.
K hamve just received a supply ef Ladies Velvet
CIRCUL AR CLOAKS, and Ladies black wa
tered and plain black SILK CLOAKS.
Also, a splendid assortment of Ladies Embroid
dlered blecienines, Lace and Paris Triummed,
MlousquCitan Collars, Sleeves and Chaimnasettes,'Fof
new anid elegant styles-to which they respectfully
inivite the attenltion of the Ladies.
.S. & S. will receive, in a few days, Ladies black
Clmth Cloaks, made of a beautiful fabric.
D)e I tf 46
Whiskey, Bunm, Brandy, &c.
( lf/ BA RRELS Rectifled. Mionongahela and Miil
UUJ Ier's Old lRve WVHISKEY,
New England :~md Jamaica RUM,
American and holland GIN.
American and French BR ANDY.
I Madeira, Teneriffe and Mialaga W INES.
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Perfect Love COR
L EMON SYR UP, by the Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and White WVine VINEGAR,
Pint, Half-pint and Quart FLA SKS,
Wine. Lemon Syrup and P'orter BOTTLES,
DEMIJOHNS, all sizes.
E. HODGES, Aoar.
-Nov 29 tf 46
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PL EAS.
~ James Jones, Joseph J Ken-)
nedy and John McKinne, FrinAtczt
e The City Council of Augusta.J
" 1UTHEREAS the Plainitiffs have this day filed
SV their declaration against the Defendants who
(as it is said) are absent from and without the limits
of this State, and have no Attornmey known within
-thme same uponm whom a copy of the said declaration
nmighmt be served : It is therefore ordered that tho
said Defendants do appear and plead to the said de
y clarations within a year and a day fronm this date,
-otherwise final and absolute j udgmment will then be
e given and awarded against them.
TIHOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
[\BOXFES prime GO SH EN CH EESE,
OU For sale by E. HODGES, AoE .
Nov 29 tf 46
'iLumber ! Lumber !
Tr9HE Undersigned has a large quantity of LUM
- LBER on hand of assorted dinmensions, at his
Price, Square Edge, 75 eta per 100 feet.
" Rough " 371 e."
e, ~ JAS. L. HILL & HUGES.
ly De8 tf - 7
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Abram
Etlilrese, dee'd., will please make immediate
payment. Those having demands will present thems
properly attested for payment.
D. J. GHLCHRIST, Add'r