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Elmwood Female Academy!
13 -Miles Nortla of Edgefield C. H.,
NEAR TIE CAMBRIDGE ROAD.
r T 1E First Session of this School will commence
. on the second Monday in January next, under
the itstruetion of Miss Eltot.t OTosNsxt.
Mies O'CosscL has p)urs.ued teaching as a pro
fession for sV eral Vart. She has Uughct in the
Elmwoo.1 Scheool, the present year, and giveln gen.
A sipletdial Piano has been purehased for the
speceitl use of the school. atilerding to young lad ics
an excelent oppartucnity tit study nusie.
'TR.kts per sessitt of Five nintliths, as follows i
Spelling, Ieadin-g. Writing anl Arithmetie $6 0
With the above, Engish Grannar and
G~egraphy......................... 8 00
'With the above, Definitioan of Words, Ili,
tory, lRhetot ie atnd Coempeositieon........ 10 00
Musi on Piano, with use of In.strument... 20 00t
Drawin!............................. 6 00
Painting in Water Coloers............... 6 fit)
Miss O'C engnges to give lessons in the French
language to pupails desiring it.
School i ooks, Stationery, Drawing and Painting
naterials will be furnished at usual prices, when de
Good board;ng can be obtained at and near the
school, at $G to $7 per nonth.
. .1. N. SMYIY, Trustees.
Dec. 25, 1652. 4w 52
Four mile Branch Academy,
rIlE subscriber takes this opportunity to thunk
ithe citizens of Barnwell for the patroniage he
has received at their hands ir the last seven years.
Ile also begs leave. at the saine time, to intelrn pa
rents and guardians, that he will resume the exer
ieiws of the above Ae.ademy, on the first Nl'enday in
;annary next, and continte to lrepare boys for
Collegie, or business of iny kial 'I he lceat:(on is
neat surpassed by any institution, as regards conve
ience, ialth. quiet and remotene s from all haunts
or %.ee and intorality. The Tiustees have made
every arrangenent t hat cal cow r.bute to the health
and ~onfor t of the student. At the end of every
eight weeks a eaiacr.Ait will be senat to the parents
or guard:ani of aich stucadentt, contatninlg a mtinute
itatemenet of every recitation he tas made within
that timale, also a partieultr aecouit of iealth. imoral
depor'menit. punctuality and progres genterally.
.\lMst parttiubr attentot will be paid to the moral
as well as the intelke.tual traiuing of pupls. There
w;;l Ie a publie exatinitiation about the mtiddle of
dune, when the students will be exmtttined by a
oniuittee consist:ng principal:y (of teiachiers. The
subscriber has madle ample preparation for boarders,
and nnlie will fa: to lie aconntliolatedl.
Parents are respectfutliv re qluer-ttd tot cuter their
chiidren as early it the session as paassible.
J. E. CiROSSLAND, Princiial.
T. Fanning, President of Franklin College, Athi
Kev. A. Church, President of Franikln College,
E:x-Governor I Tanmond. Silverton. S.C.
I lon. A. 'atterson and Capt. J. R. Harley,
Bartivell, S. C.
1ajoer K. A. Whyte and Dr. J. N1. Turner, Au
Mr. J. 11. Lafitte and Maj. F. F. Dunbar.Speed
well. S. C.
I ont. .J. .r. Wisnt, Capt. 1). Bush, Capt. E. .1.
Williams, and el31. U. Dunbar, Four Mile Branch,
Dec. 18. 2t 52
I WILL proceed tit sell at Edgelield C. IL. on
the irst Monday itn February next, the Iallow
ing NegreCs besging to the Estate of L. II. .iun
day, dee'd.. viz: Rosette and boy Ellie, and boy
'rTans.-They* will bee seeld ont a credit until thec
I 7th D~eember, 1853. P'urchtasers a ill be required
to give nlote wvi~h two ap~proeved sceurities.
I1. TP. WlIlG i'T, A dm'r.
Jatt 12 3t 52
I S H ereby given to all personts inebted to L. IL.
.\Iundy. dee'd., p'revioeus to his dleth, that uns
less their notes antd m-counts are settted bcy Sale-day
ntext, thtey will ind'serimninatei bv e placed in the
hantds of lroper Oflicers for collectiont. The estate
is in debt antd must htave msoney.
.. . 11. T. W I1IGIT,O. E. D.
Ordittary's O'tice, Jant 12 3t 52
A xcsi! A xc !
4T tesignt of the Golent Ancil 20 Dozeni
.J bpipeior A xes teage.ther witht a Comi
lt te Stolck of Etnghish and Amieicant ilardatre
which wvill be scald ten al~ccemodatineg termts by
AGNEW. flSlIEtt & CO.
Dirmect imeporters ef Ettglih limndware.
Ja 3 ~ 4t 51
rp lIE Sublsrber wouled take. theis oepportunity oef
1.returinig Its thlanks to his peatreots tfer thteir
lberatl supper t dutraig the four vears lhe hcas bett
int -usinles, and t esplectfuelly se lielts a coentinuainecceof
t heir t.enero~us patrecctege: but at th:'. sietne tille it
muctst be boerne ine mcind thatt lhe w'shtes tat do exclu
sively ai C.\SI I BCIN EsS, acid tea crry out this
obljecet motre fully lhe will elpen noc beN. k5 tr aeceunlts
this ve. r. G. L.. PENN. A~T.r
.lant 4 tf 51
U Il e let at Eeletie!dl C. 10., o~n Saturday,
V V 15th intst., at 12 o'e'eaek. ML, the buildintg a
Bridge across Loeg Creek, on the rtoad leadicng fromn
Eilgetueled C. 1l., tee Camtbricle.
G(EO. A. A l)DISON, Com'n.
Jan 4 2t 51
LLpersons int -lebtedl tee the sucbscriber either by
.x ntotcer r~ pe account, that are clet pcaid by
thce first of February next, will have to piay cost.
J. L. DJOIEY.
Jantt 5 dt 51
LL persons5 itndehted tee Coel. .Teehn Uill,.b
.i... nte icr acnut, are reaumsted to umake icnn
diatte paymntt to thec unes eignetd.
W. C. 3101t\GNE, Att'y.
Janti 4 If 51.
4LL Prsonts hatvincg demniands against the estate
. of Luke S. Blantd, ee'd., 1911l rendeler thetm in
duly .tttestedl, ad thoese indebted by note or oepent
acecounlt wvill tmake pavyment, by thte tir't o~f February
ntext, as the heirs are all oef age, anod I amtt deter
zen:netd to close til the es~ate.
WM1. Mt)OBLEY, Admr.
Jatn 4 4t 51
A LT, thcose havineg ilmy demands ag~tnct thec
Eq&ate oef Clark Swearingent, dee'd., are re
guestedl to htand them in proper'y attestced, attd all
those indebted to sa~id Estate are requested to macuke
310SES SWVEARINGEN, Ex'oer.
Jan 3 tf 51
A\LLersoens indlebtce to the Esteate of .J. A.
Bell, dee'd., arcelherebey notified that all
amot~untts dnce antd nait settled bey retuern dlay, will be
pinceed int (lie hands of N. L. Cr~tin, E'q., for
ceellectiont. All personts lhaving any claimns againist
sidl Estate can plresent thtem properly attested ac
cordling to laiw.
D. A. J. BELL, Adm'or.
Jan 5 - 4t* 51
ILL. persons~ itndeblted to the Estate of 0. Towles,
1. dee'd., wvill meake pafymtenlt befoere return day.
or they will find their anotes aced accounts in the
hanids of an Attorney for cojllec.tiont.
IR. MI. SCUl!RY, Admt'or.
Jan 4 7t 51
LLprosindebted to the Estate of D. C.
A Smcyly,D1)ee'. dare requested to-sake paymient
by retuarn daty, or they mnay expect, to pay cost.
Those hatvintg demtanids wvill present thenm duly at
ie~ed.J. C. 3MY LY, Aelnm'r.
Jan 3 5t 51
A LL persona indebted teo the Estate of Mrs.
SaU:4 \like., We'd., ill pleasce muake pay
mient immiediatch-, and all tbose havingt emt~flds
againtst the Fstt ill ptsnt-lt thketm tea the Suhscefi*
ber properly attested.. JE)IIN WJ'.
J-mnS 7t .>I
riii1 Paper having baeen removed to Camden,
.1.and placed under the management and con
trul of the Subscriber, will be publi-hed regularly
every week on and after the 6th of .January.
The paper is designed as the ORGAN OF TE
CAUsE OT TEMPFaANcE, embracing every ORDER
and ORANzZArTIoN. It will be a
Miscellaneous Family Journal
Ani the aim or the present proprietor will be to
miake it in every re-spect wourthy the coinfidence and
sulpport, not ony of Teiperauco lenl, but of the
reading publice generally.
It is earnestly hoped that all who feel anlmterest
inl its suecess, will, AT oNCeF, use their influence to
accomplish its peritanentt establishmnetit.
Terms, $2,00, in Advance,
Qubscriptiiins for six months receiyed at the sane
rate. it eaeh ease the CAu mllt-t atcomi1py:1V tle
order, and all letters by muail are expceted to be
Wr Those who have paid the former proprietor
in advance for the year 1852, will be furnished
with the paper until the tinie for which they have
paid expires. The aecoutits for 1852 having been
tranisferred to the stubseriber, those who are in ar
rears will oblige him by remitting the amount im
nediately. A ddrebs
T. J. WARREN, Camden S.C.
December 24 18150.
1853 is at Hand!
0C E, GENT.EEN, walk up to the Cap.
tain's Odice, No. 1, PAnE low, tqinare up
your arrairs, andi enter your names for another
twelve mon 'tth voyage.
All Notes and open bills dtue mc contracted
pritor to the Ist of January, 1852. must be cancelled
by the 0th of February, those that are not will be
Lusied onl indiscriminately.
W. P. BUTLER.
Jani 4 tf 51
Valuable Property for Sale,
T IllE Subscriber will offier for sale, to the highest
bidder, on the First Motday in February next,
Twenty Likely Negroes,
Aniongst them is an excellent Ulacksmith. These
Negroes. will compare favorably with any similar
number of Negroes in the Slate.
I will also sell at private sale, my PLANTA
TION, situated on the Lower Colunbia Road, one
and a half miles from the Pine I louse, consisting of
Four Hundred Acres. Two hundred acres of the
above tract, has been recently clear, d, und is in
good condition for phnuting. The remainder is in
Tmsats.-The Negroes will he sold on a credit
until the 1st January next, with interest frotm date,
and two approv.-d seenriies. The Land will be di8
posed of on terms to suit the purclaser.
J011N R. WEVER.
Jan 5 St 51
Sale of Jacks,
rpTIE Subscriber will sell at his Plantation on
A Saluda River onl the I6th of February, N853.
five and a half miles West of Greenville Court
f louse, S. C.,
NINE IMPORTED SPANISH JACKS
These are very superior aninmals, being very.large
and remarkably fine formed. They have been in
this coutiry near'two yeats, and have entirely re
covered froi the effects of the voyage from Spain.
They have all prored themselnes to he fine foal
getter, and sto far as their colts have come, very
suaperior breeders. Some of their colts may be
seen on the day of sale. Person wishing to pur
ela-e such animals, will- probably never have such
I will also sell several very fine Harness 110R
TE~ssts-A eredit of twelve muonths, witlh note
atnd aplproIved security, or a discotnt of nitne per
centt allowed for casht on the day of sa~le.
The above prplerty is sold for the purpose of
witndittg up thle conicertn of Eashiy, Floant & E~as
Icy, two-of whom,, have remove-d frotm this State to
T1exas. Thte above mentiotned property will be
warrantted sound, atnd all rirht.
.JOllN A. E.\SLIEY, .Jr.
Grenville C. iL, .lant. 3 3r 51
1H ~E Sub'criber wishes to procure thec se-rvices
of Thtree GOOD) CA RPENTERM. To stuch
as are o.f study lmabmts atnd compmetetnt to do all work
ini thteir line., Ite will give constatnt ettploymtent and
the best of watges. JOUSfr WITT.
,Jatn 4 tf 5I
F 'ROMT the Subscriber on the nticht of the 2Sth
int, al DA RK 31ARE MI'l.E, of mneditnt
size, with her cheeks split by the bridal whent she
was beinig broketn which causes her to dtive he.
tmouth ande niose deep under water when drinkng.
Shec is ab~out 10 or 12 years ohld, int good order when
taketn ot. A t thme samne time,. was taken atm excellent
black leathecr liridle. with large bright silver phlated
buckles, and a tolerable noted Saddle, it beittg of
fore leather with a hoern which is black. 'The Sad
dIe had no girth to it whten taken.
I will give a reward of Twenty Dollars, for the
appr1ehensioni ande delivery of the thie~f attd Mutle at
mty htouse, or any necighboring jail, or half that
sumi f.or the delivery of the mtule and apparel.
Whilst any intfortmation resp~ectitng the samie by let
ter or othterwise will he mtost thankfully received.
A ddress tme at Frutit Ilhi. Edgetield Distriet, S.
C., 10 miles North of Edgetield C. H.
0. W. ALLE-N.
Jatnary 5 tf 51
gg Augensta Constitutionalist will please give
the above three weekly insertions, and forward se
enutnt to 0. W. A.
j OST, soewhere between the residenee ef
1 aCol. .D.Williamts, Ilopkins Williams, ..
Chiappell's, --Dyson's, - Turner's and Edge
ikld Court flouse, or at otne of the above places, a
NOT E made by Col. .J. 1). Williams on the 4th
December, 1852, and i'ayable six days after date,
either to Alexander or Anderewe Susong, not tnow
rememtbered, for Five lluntdred Dollars.
Any itertmationt respecting the said Note. will
be libe-rally rewarded ;and all persons are warnted
front trading for the satne.
Adadress Vol. .1. ID. Williams, Milton P. 0., Latt
rents D istrict, S. C.
JTan 5 4t50
lJ7 KEgefield A dvt-rtiser publish four tilaes at,l
forward account to this .,fice.-Laurensville I lerald
XV E WILL proceed to sell at Edigefield C. IL.,
T on sale~ day in February ntext, a TIIACT' of
L AN I), containiing One ltundired and Thtirty-four
(134.) acres, more or less. known as the Good Srring
lIratnch Tract, belotnging to the estate of John Hait
eher, decd., situate itn Edgefield District, and
bounaded by hatnds of Gein. Jan..-Jones and others.
Terms nmde known otn day of sale.
AMaOS L AN l)R UM, A d'rs with thte
JAS. IlATCIhER. i( Will annexed.
Jan 4 4t 51
State of South Carolina,
IN COMvMON 'L E AS.
Win. . Jitiis beDcl. in Autachment.
rf.UIE Plaititil' in the above case having this day
.L. tiled a D~eelaration, itn my Office, atnd the De
fendatnt havIng nteither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside withitn thte limits of this State ont whomt a
coipy oef said Deelaration with a rule to plead can be
served :On Muotioni of Mlr. Tomlss, A tterney for
Plainttifl': Ordered, That said JDefentdtant appear
ad plead to said De)claration withtin a year sttd a
day frotm thte date hereof or judgment by default
twill be etntered agaitnst him.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, c. . .
IS HEREBY given to all persons indebted to the
.Estate of Edmnd Boyd, dee'd., to make imt
mediate payment, and those having demtands against
the said Estate, will render them itt properly attested.
JAS. & TANDY BO YD, Ex'r.
DeeS8 ly 4
IT ILL be let to the lowest bidder the ht'lding
i V a Bridge acrtoss Rocky Creek, On thte road
leading frott Edgefieldl C. II., to Camibridhge. on
.\emday 17th, at ti e'eloek, A. M., at Ste Old
CGIXO. A. A DD180N. >Comnts
RIA 3S03 T1'I.\lER eIAN j
Jti.t 4 t 51
T IS University, which, under a partial organi
7.atio, went into operation in January last, wa
completely organized by the Board of Trustees a
their Late mneeting in August, with three DIepart
mnets-Academie, Collegiate and Theolugical.
In this Department are taught : Orthography and
Rhetorical Itending; Geography and History ; Pen
manship: English Granmar and Coamposition
Arithmetic and lo.,k-Keeping; the Elements (
Algebra and Geometry ; and the Latin and Creel
The prime object of this Departnt-ut, besidei
preparing Students for the Collegiate Departmen
when a full course is contemplated, is to make got
English scholarp. The Latin and Greek are tauglr
as an itnsta usatent of mental culture, but mnore par
tieularly as a necessary iueanse or obtaining a
thorough acquaintance with the Eniglisl lanagunge
None of the studies of this Department will be
dispetisel with, unless the parent or guareian par
t;eularly requests the omission of the Ancient Lan
In this Department are instituted six Schools
ist. The School of A nient Languages, lucluding
2d. U & " lathematies and Mechanical
3d. " 6 " Natural Philosophy and Do
4th. " at " Chemistry and Natural History,
5th. " " intellectual and Moral Philos
ohly and IHistory.
0th. " " " LIgie, Rhetorie and Eviden
ces of Chri-tianity.
In this Department are instituted three Schools,
ist. Exegetical and Systematic Theology.
2d. Eclesiastica Ilistory.
3d. Sacred Rhetorie.
The duties of these Departments are for the pres
ent devolved upon four Professors and one A ssils
tant, with the expectation that othlr Professors will
be shortly added.
The new Term will open the First Wedinesday
in February ncxt, 1853. The Vacation will cmn
ilence hereafter in the midlle of November and
terminate on the first Wedaesdayiv in February.
Tuition, $42 per annum, payable semsi-auually
Gooid bonard was genurally obtained the present
Year at $10 per month, exclusive of washing. And
abottt the smie rate may be expreted the coiming
year, if not lower, as priovisions atre more abundant.
For further particulars, see Catalogue, or address
Prof. P. C. EuwsD, G reenville, S. C.
See'v Board of Trustees.
Dec. 16. 2w 51
gf The Charleston Courier, Columbia Caroli
nian, Edgefield Advertiser, and Darlington Flag.
will copy the above twice, (weekly,) and please no
tiee editorially. epoeially in regard to change in
time of va--ation.
AT TIlE OLD STAND Ol' S. & J. GILBERT
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S & E. X. GILBERIT continue the
S CARRIAGE BUSIN ESS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and .41. Wentworth Street, where they will
be pleased to exhibit to their old friends and us
tomers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
omprising those of their own manufacture togethei
various tother stylks usually fo-und in this market.
Their long acquaintmee with this market as
Mauuftaturers and Dealers will etable them to
ofrer great inducements to purelaa.rs both in style
Aug 25 tf 32
L WILL RENT nay Hlouse and List for the en
suainig year. It is situated three-qutarteim of a
ende fromi the \'illage, on the Columbia road, and is
a desirable residlente for a faimily.
L. COVA RI.
Dec 29 tf 50
i kindes for Mtatillas uand Cloaik.. A few pie s
>f hansse p-,lishmed CLOTIl for Ladies Co i,
with some of thes richesut trimmsing tmade. For
sale cheap at G RAY IIROTIll'IRS.
A ugutsta, G;a., Nov 17 if 44
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT,
Benj. L. Gill, Sarah, his wife, and
Susan alorris, 1Bill for
Sarahl Mosrris, et at.J
1 T appearing to my satisfaction, that the De
SenatJoshuma 31orris, .Doctrinte Mlorris,
William Ilenadrick Mlorrisu, Johna Morris aned
Pleasantt 3Morris, jr., reside beyonsd the limcits of
tis Statle, Ont .Motiisn of Mr. Ans.y, Solicitior
for Compillaiants, It is iordered, thamt they des
appear within thtree mnonthts f'romt the dale hereof,
and ansawer, plead or demutr to lthis Bill, or
Judgment anid Order pro confesso will bu taken
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Dec 29 3m 5
L TL Perseons indebsted tos the Esetate of Emasley
Gsoff, dee'd., are hereby nietilied to make im
mediate pament, andi those to whom the estate is
ndtiebted will presenat thteir cliaim forthwith its duan
forma, as I ami dletermnined to wind up the estate an
soon as the law will permsit tne.
11. T. WliOCIlT, 0. E. 1).
Ordhinairy Office. Dec 29, 3m 5th
GRAY BROYD ERS, leave on hand a large as
sortmnent of BLANKETS, of various kinads.
Probably scomse of the fianest Saxony WVool tine lini
ished~, imported. With a large assortmnent of Lowet
Gradles atnd Plantationt Blankets, which weo are
Necv 17 if 4 4
Gardent seeds, Freshi & Purc.
r IIll- Subscriber leas just received and offers for
Isale a large sultly of FRIESIL and PUIG~t
GARD)EN SEEDS, froat the celebrated Seed Es.
tablishmaent of Comestoek, Ferre &Co., Withetrsiele,
Comni. Seeds froms thme above establishnment have
been tested by anay of nay customaerc, anid I lbe.
lieve leave given general satisfactiont. If you desire
to leave your gardean well suapplied wviths fine vege.
tab!ea, dion't neglect to call and get a suppjly o.
these seeds. G. L. PENN, Au r.r
Dec 29 tf 501
Tea, Candies, Suugars, &c.
BLACK, Hyson, Gunpowder, lanperial an~
I)Young Iiysun TE A, in Ilalf, Quarter, Eighatl
oxes aani Catties, also at retail.
Sperm, Adamaantine aned Star CANDLES,
Crushed, Powdereed and Clarifiedl SUILAR,
Turpentine, Toilet and Shaving SOA P.
For sale by Ei. IlODGES, A OSwr.
Nov 29 tf4,
T H E Stockholders of the Oded Fellows and Ma'
sonsie inilding Association are hereby notiliee
thaat the Seconde Iaustahnewnt of 20 per cent. will be
required to be paid on or before the first of Februa
ry next. By order of the Presiident and Directora
J. A, WIL LIAMaS, See'y and Treaa.
Jan 4 4t 51
4LL~ Persons indebted to the Estate of Jamet
..I.A. Anderson, dce'., are requested to nmake
immediate paymtent, and those havinag demands
agaist said Estate will please present themt, as it is
desirous that thme estate shall be settled without de
lay. G. J. ANDERSON, Adam'r.
Jan 4 2t* 5L.
*4LL. Peusonms indebted to thae estate of Ellingtor
L.Clark, dee'ed., are htereby notified to make im-.
mediate paysment, aisd those havinag demancds againal
said estate will present themi properly attested.
Jtuly 7 tf 2
3,500 U.S. Choice I'p-Contsry BA CON,
1,000 "~ " altimnore "
Fist salec by F. M. NICIIO)LAS.
Oct26 Il.ff .11l
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL!
Rcv. N. ALDRICH, Principal.
Ma. STUCKLER, PitF. of hlusic, nFNcn, &c
MRs. J. McCLINTOCK, TEACHER OF PgIIMARY
T HET E A C H E RS of this A cademy grate
fully acknowledge the liberal patronage they
have enjoyed for the past year. They exceedingly
regret that the iniconvuieneo of their Reoms has
hitherto nfflurded them no opportunity for a public
exilination of their Scholars. It is with pleasure,
however, they- announco the speedy erection of a
I large and convenient building. A suitable lot has
already been procured and arrangements are in pro
gress for the imniediate commencement of the
building which will be hastened to completion.
The School will then be fornished with all the ne
eessary apparatus for facilitating the Scholars in the
various yk-partments of Study, an.] the public are
assured that no pains will be spared to place the
School on an equal footing with any in the State.
The exercises of the School will be resumed on
MONDAY, January 3d.
Terms of Tuition the some as formerly.
It is desirable that the Scholare begin with the
opening of thc Session, particularly such as intend
to commence the high bianches of btudy.
The Teachers hold.themselves iu readiness to se.
comimodate the Scholars with Board at the usual
prices, $10 per ionuth..
Dec 20 if 50
Cieat Spring Academy.
I WILL teach a seket School of about Sixteen
Scholars. Young mnn pursuing the course re
quired for entering the. South Carolina Co:lego
would be preferred. With this arraneiiment I
think I cain safely promise that my pulpilis will learn
twice as imuuch as they canin any crowded School.
The scholastic year will consist of 40 weeks, divi
ded into two Sessions.
Taitms, $60 per annum.
Board canl be had in good families convenient to
The School will commence the 31 Monday in
January. Address the Subscriber at Callounn's
Mills. J. L. LKSLE .
New Goods! New Goods!!
BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS, HATS, &c.
HAMBURG S. C.
T IIE Subscriber having unsurpassed facilities
for supplying the Market with the above arti
cIs. would renew his solicitations to his customers
and the counnunity generally, to give himls a call be
fore purchasing clsewhereas he L coulfident that he
can show as well saected-an assortment as is to be
found in the State this side of Charleston, and he is
determined to compete with the prices of that City.
Conie all,and judge for-yourselves. as goods will
be freely shown. - JOIHN WELSI,
Opposite the American Ilotel.
Dec 22 Im 49
To Rent the Graniteville Hotel
TIlE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
T above Establishment, ofi'rs to rent it for one
or moro years. This I W0TCL, built some five years
since, with all other buildings attached, are now in
fine order and ready to occupy.
A spacious STA 3LE, 7U by 54 fuet, now under
contract, will be finished in a few days.
A fine GARDEN of somie two acres is attached
to the lotel, made rich with a thorough broad
east covering of manure, well ploughed in, and
made reasly for the seed of the Gardener, with a
never failing Spring and Well of pure cold Water ;
and, as to health, Graniteville will not sulfrr in con
pariston with any other Village in the State, and
being so near the Railroad, paince.I the Charleston,
Augusta and Hamburg markets at daily command.
Those who muay feel disposced to rent this desira
hle Hotel are invited to visit Graniiteville, and enjoy
somie of the pure air and after witnessing the dec
lighitful sighut of e.-:ueless-energy and enterprise.
perthirmned by the sober and instriou< inhabitants
of the pl.&ce, will not, it is believed, leave this beau
tiful Village but undher the most favorable imnpres
Fear further partic~ulars,- apply to Messrs. W.
(R a;a, of Ch.arleston, It. C. Illain, of Graniteville,
I). It. IIAn1.sv, of Anignatn, or to thme Subscriber~ at
llickory H ill and Prince Win. Parish. S. C.
f B. McBRID)E.
')ec 29 ah.t 50h
'Take Warning i
A LL those who are indebted to tme individu
ally, Walker & Coleman, lirannon & Cole
man, or W. It. B~rannons~, that do not inake paymnt
by ther first of February next, will find their ac
counts arnd niotes in the hainds of Officers for eol
koetion, as money I -must hauve.
M. W. COLENIAN.
IHamburg, Dec 13, 2ma 48
I A PPOINT Mir. It. J1. Darnr of hlamuburg, mmy
LAgent in the setth-ecnt of dues to umyself, or
any of thme pairtics above mntionmed. Thie books are
in his hiands. M. WV. COL.E~IAN.
llamiburg, Dee 15, 1852. 2m 4$
N 0 t iec e!
T TIE Undersigned havo this dlay associated
thuem..elves together in the PR ACTICE OF
LAW, for Edgefieldl Dis'trict. Any business en
trtusted to thienall111 be proumptly attendi d to.
Alr. A-r.asos will keep an Officee at Edgefield,
in rear of the Court House, where he ean be found
at all times.
- M. M. GR AY,
- W. U. ATKINSON.
H~amburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 4l3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BYH .WRIGHI r, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
B il Distriet,
WVhereas, WV. D). Jennings, has applied to
me for Leiters of Administration, on all and
singular the goods and chattles, rights and cred
its of Thos. Chamnberlain, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appea.r before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield Court Hbuse, on the
5th day of January next, to show entuse, if
any, why the said administratiotn should not
Given under my hand and-seal, this the 12th
daty of Jan., in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and fifty-three and in the
sevcnty-seventh year of American Independence
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. ?. D.
Jan 5 2t 51
State of South Carolinaa,
BJY H. T. W RIGHT, Eaquire, Ordinary/ of
WVherens Elizabeth A. Hamilton and Jas. M.
Harrison ha~ve applied to me for Letters of Ad
nmnstration, on- all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of Lemuel J. Ham
ilton, late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to citeand admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deeansed, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said Districi,
to be holden at Edgefield C. House, on the 12th
day of January inst., to sliow cause, if any
why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 3rd day
of January, in the year of our Lord one :hou
sand eight hundred and fifty-liree, atnd in the
seventy-seventh year of A merisan Indepen
dence. H. T. WIiGHT, 0. E. D.
Jano S 2t 51
ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of E.
L.F. Teague, dee'd., and to thme firm of E. F.
& A. G. Teague are earnestly requested to calli and
settle by Sale-day in January next, as longer~ inudul
gence cannot be given. I maust settle up that Es
tathe. A wourd to the wise is sufficient.
A. G. TIsAGUtE, A dm'r,
Dec 15 St 48
ILL. Persons i~ndebted to the Estate of C.,.L
LLGeover, dee'd., are requeted to make immue
tiate payment, and tirose having demands ag.uinst
said estate, will present themi properly attested.
JOHIN I!AINSFOItID, .\dmnr.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal
Ho%. N. L. GRIFFIN, EDM'NI) PENN,
S. F. GOODE. Da. R.I. T M MS.
'T HE TRUSTEES and TEACHERS of thii
Institute tender their most respectful ilanks
for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon tl
Iistitution during the past year. They are alsa
haippoy to announce the very prosperus condition o
the Institute, and its flattering prosperity for tht
comngur year. They assure their patrons that n
efiorts will be spared to continue deserving of s4
liberal a patronage.
The next Session will commence on MONIDAY
the 10th of January 1653.
The same Teachers will be employed in the dif.
ferent Departments, as during the past year. And
the same rates of Tuition, and general regulation
Pupils can enter at any time during the Session
and if near the middle or close of the Session, tht
will be charged from the timo of entrance, to thi
enal of the Session. Those leaving before the San
Sion closes, except in cases of sickness, are charged
for the whole Session.
Applicatoun for adinisnion may be madw to vitho
of the Truatees, or the Principal.
De 22 if 49
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY,
B EING desirous to remove to the West. I will
. sell at publicsale, on T'UESDAY, 18th day of
January next, at ny residence, the follaiwing valua
tble Real Estate, lying one mile and a half from tic
Pine Hlouse, in Edgefield District, viz:
Eleven Hundred Acrc,
Being the Mill Tract-also, a lease of one thousand
(1000) acres more-the said lease being for eight
years or longer if the Mill should require it to cut
the tinbir. The ele-ven hundred acres, has had
nothing cut from it, of consequence, for several
years, and is now well timbered. The Mill is a Cir
cular Saw carried by water power and will eut fron
four to six thousand feet per day-is in excellent
order, and lass a lair:e patronage.
Also, the llOMi;STEA) TRACT, adjoining
the above, situated on the Public Raad, containing
Four Hundred acres, with a large, handsome and
conmitltldious Dwelling, just filished-eing well
platered and painted-witlt new out houses and
stables. all framed and made large and commodious,
with an excellent Spring of water convenient to the
The said LanI has about two hundred acres of
Creek lands, which is very productive and well
suited for agriculture. As to the character of said
Mill anal Lands, see Mr. Nat. Raincy who resides at
Edgeliild C. I. Also,
Six Very Likely Negroes,
Mules, Cows, lIogs, Corn. Fodder, Oats, Peas,
Watgaan, Buggy, lousehold Furniture (including a
fine Piano Forte) and ather things too tedious to
The Negroes will be sold for cash, and the Land
for Cash as to one-third.
CWr The Subscriber would be glad to show the
Mill and Lands, to any one who desires to see them.
JAS. L. HILL
Dec 22 5t 49
VALUABLE LAND AND NEGROES
BEING about to remove from this part of the
.l'ountry, the Subseriber oflers for sale ihis
Plmtation on the Savannah River, in Edgefiel
District. It is situated about eight or tell miles
above Augusta, and lies in the fol k of Savannahl
River and 'g Stevens' Creek, measuring ibout
three miles on eali, and contains
Three Thousand Five Hundred Acres.
Ont the premlises are two Settlements or Quarters,
Two Gil Ifouses, Cotton Screws, Blacksmith Shoep,
nal a Grist Mlill. About one half is in culltivation,.
anda most of the balalnce is inl native forest. anda well
timibered. Tthe timtber in the low grounds, and the
wood on the upilantd, at the rates itt thle Augusta
Mlarket, woulad more than pay the price of thle whole
premises. The nmouthI of Stevens' Creek is about
two nmiles above the upper end of thle Augusta
Canal with a good boating River hetweecn.
To an approved purchaser the Subscr-iber would
also sell from
One to two Hundred liegroes,
miostly int families.
Trermns will be made easy, and long cre-dit given.
Dee 29 t 50
Valuable Plantation for Bale,
ri' I E Subscriber, having purchasead elsewhetre
..int the District and being adesirouas oaf removing,
oters for sale thle placee on whlich h~e nowat residles,
within at mtile of Edgelield Village. The Tract cou
Five Hundred Acres,
one half of whtiah is in woods, the other half cleared
and ill cutltivat'ont. One humitred and fifty acres ol
the eleared lantd hats been opened wvithini thu last three
or faour y-ears. Ahntost all the wood-latnd is oaf ex
eellent qtility, oak antd htickory groth.muttllatta saail.
It is finely aated to the producetionl of Corn, Cotton
antd smtall grainl.
On the paremtises is a cotmfortable dwelling-hoause.
The- out-biiblitngs arte of tlte best descriptir~ti-largs
and cotmnmodious iartn andia Stables. Shuck I louises
anid Waiggonl Shelters. rTe GIn 1 louse iandt Screws
are etntirely new, of choice nmaterials, antd built ae~
coraing to the motst approved planas.
The only test of the excellence of his tract of
which the subscriber waauld speak is the crop which
it has bortne this year and which is there for the in.
spetionl of those dlesiraaus to purchalse.
A tine Well and a never-failing Spring aof excel
lett free-stone water are among the other advanttages
of this tract. S. S. TO.MPKINS.
Nov 3 tf 42
House and Land for Sale,
I WILL sell the well improved] IHO3ESTEAt
ott whlich I reside, laaeated about ante mtile frotm
the Trown oaf Newberry, anda connected wIth it by a
first rate pitblic roaid.
The site is a hteatlthy one. entirely free from local
cases of disease. The d welling hoause is substan
tially built of brick, containing sevenI commluodious
and cotmfortaab'e roomls. The out houses arc a brick
Kitchen, a brick Loonm House, a large briek Smroke.
hfouse antl one of wood, cotmfortable Negro houses,
a large Gin Hloutse, and all1 other necessatry out
buildings. Attached thereto is a cotnvetnient faurm
of one humndread anal thirty aicres of Landi', abouit lifty
acres of which are in wooads rettarkably wvell tim
bereda On the premtises there is a spring of very
Toan apiproved p)urchtaser thec termls will be mnaae
accomtodating. Persotts dlesirus of purchasmna
nay apply to Mr. .Tatmes F. H[arrington or Dr. I
H. Iirrintgtoan, eithler of whotm wil shew thtem the
premises anid contract for the sante.
Nov 17 tf 44
For Sale or Rent,
THlE HOUSE AND) LOT of the
. Undersigned in the Village of Edge.
tieldl. Thte House hias six good1 Ilooms,
with a fire plaice to each atnd is well
finised. The Lot consists of three Acres. and hav
all nleCcsRary out buildings otn it. There is a con
statmt stream of water runintg throughl thme Lot.
Possession given the first of .January 1853.
M. L. BONLA31.
DeeB8 tf 47
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale.
T HIE Subscriber intending to move from thu
Staute, ott'ers for salle his MIlLLS, on Shawv't
Creek, about ten amiles fronm Edgefield, Aiken and
The Tract contains Twenty-two hundred (2200:
acres, with a suflicienat water power to run Circnlat
Saws or a Factory. On the premiises are all neces
sary improveents-franme buildings, orchards, &e
Any iformationl given by applying tao the Sub
sriber Ott the premises, or by letter addressed tt
ti alt Edgefield C. HI.
JOS. A. ADDISON.
A ug-4 ti 29
Wanted to hire
AFEW good Mlathe anid Female SERVANTS
Lto attend a 1Hotel, foar whicht liberal wages wil
be givent. A pply immediately to
Dcc 29 tf At
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
4CONSTANT sapply of Paotatoes, Onions
?.LOranlges, Lemons, Caocontts, &c., may be
found at E. IIODGES, AcET.:.r
No. 20 tr .-1
RXCH FALL DRY GOODS.
BEG 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 landscme
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabrics of
the senron, at the lowest New York cash prices.
Among which are:
Rich Brocade Dress SILKS ana SATINS:
Extra tine white and black Brocade Silks and
satins plain and Chainclion d1u.:
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich rih Poplins and
Rich colored and black Silk Velvets;
Rich Satin I'sroche Cashmeres;
Extra fine Satins, American :
Black and White Watered Siiks;
Plain black Silks, all widths :
Small figured black Silks; Half Mourning Silks,
Black and colored A lpancs and Boinbazines;
Black and colored Brtcade Alpacas ;
French and English .uerinos aud Cashineres;
Muslin Delaines, (inghais and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be fonual, the latest styles of colored and
black VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and comfortable,
BWk, Col'd and Watered Silk Nlantillas, of all kinds,
IAng aSid Square Woolen Shawn, in great variety
Plain Crape ShawlS., very low priced,
A few extra rich Emb. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keup all the favorite brands of
KIlh$EYS, OSNABULR8 and BLANKETS,
and can aflibr to sell them at factory prices as well
as our neighbors.
Special att,-ntion is requestted to 50 bales of the
best KERSEY ever broughtSuth, (bought at aue
tion.) 5 cents per yard less than factory prices,
Satinets, J,as, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassimere, and
Flannels of all kinls,
Anl a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we reafuest the attention of the public.
Oct .2; tf 41
gZ: N 0 T10 E."' t.0
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIIMER ES, M ERINOES, DELAINES AND
Also, a few more oif those handsome Plaids. Bro
cales and Dress Silks, which will be sold Low. 0
Blankets, Negro Cloths & Tweed.,
Together with fine Boots for Gentlemen and Boys,
I have a fine Stock.
W. P. BUTLER.
Dec. 8 tf 47
Oak Grove Academy.
T II E Exercises of this Institution will be re
I suaned again on the First Monday in January
1853. M. C. CLARK.
Dec 1 46
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Wm. T.
A linter, are earnestly requested to make im
nediate payment, and those having demands against
said estate will please render them in, property at
tested, forthwith. B. F. STROM, Adm'r.
Sept 8 tf 34
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of R. Platt
Allrunsn, dve'd., are respectfully notitied to
make imineliate nynent, and thse having de
mands against said astate will present them forthwith,
S USEN M. BR TNSON, Aadm'ix.
ROBIERT LANIER, Adm'or.
Oct 20 if 40
ALL those inadebted to the estate of C. W.
I .Cochran, dee'al., are requested to make prompt
payment ta) the Aaldministrator, and those having
demands will render them in properly attested.
L. B. COCIIRAN, Adm'r.
July 7 tf 25
IS hereby given to thsose indebted to the estate of
E Vre . Glover, deceased, to make payment,
ait f'urtherest, bmy the 1st day of' Januar'y next, and
those tao whomn the saaidl estate is indebted will nmeet
mie in the O.rdinary's ttic at Edgefiold C.11I., on
F~ridaiy thte 7th dray of -Jsamntury next, I1853, at which
time a final settlement will he mnade on the estate.
E. IH. CHAMBE"RLAIN, Adm'r.
Oct 20 3m 40
Read This and save Cost !
rlHlE Subscriber respectfully notifies all thoase
..indlebted to the Firm of Gi.ovER~ & M Avs, and
also to himnself', either by nott or opent account, to
mnake patyment on aor before the 1st .lauuary hnext,
as longer indulgence eannot be given.
WM. B1. MAYS.
Sept 15 i f 35
~LL Perstons indebted to thse cstatc of Oliver
- 1 Towles, are requestedl to msake immtediate pay
umeht?, anal those havinig demanids atgainst the same
will render themi ins paroperly' attested.
R. M. SCUR RY, Adminsistratoir.
Oct. 9 tf 38
A LL~ persons leavinig demsands against the estate
of L. TI. Abney, dec'dl., will please present
thenm prasperly attested, atnd those indebted will
please pay up. Punctuality is requestetd, as the
Estate nmust be closedl as eatrly as practicable.
WILSON~ A BNEY, Adm'r.
Sept 17 tf 36
A LL Notes alue theo Subscriber, indlividually or
as Executor, are placed in the Batik of Hams
burg, for collection. Those inidebted will please
maske immiediate payment.
Dr. .Jthn M. Galphin, will act as may A ttorney,
during tsy absence from thse State.
Dec 23, tf 7
Chaprnan's Cotton Gins !
WE? still make these best of COTTON GINS,
at our old stanid. We warrant themo to give
satisfaction, which they never fail to do.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
Persons who final it more consvenient will please
inquire of Mr. L~OD hUt.L, Edgefield C. II., who
will keep on hand onse or more of thsese. Gins for
sale, Address CIIAPMAN & SONS4,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgefield ,S. C.
Sept 15 if 35
'LL Persons having demands against the Es
Etate of A. 1H. Colemans, de'd., are requested
to presenit theta properly attested, ansd thsose in
debted previous to his deaths, by Note or A ccount,
will smake immedliate payment, as further indul
ence will not be given.
WISON ABNEY, Adm't.
Sept 17 tf 36
A LL those indebted to the estate of Willam
Garrett, dee'd., are requested to snake pay
ment forthwith, and those having demands agasinst
said estate will render thems in properly attested,
according to law.
CUARALE~S HAMlMOND, 1 :
WM G. HA MMOND, i
Feb5 tf 3'
Lost er lMislaid
A NOTE on A. A. Clark, for $475,00, due 25th
Dec. 18-45, datted 2d Oct. 1845, and having
he following credits: 1st July 1846, S75,00 : 16th
January 18417, $150.00 : 15th A pril 1848, $100,00,
and 9th March l840, .$100,(00. All persons are
forewarned against trading for said Note, asnd ay
informsation concerning it wifl be thanskfully re
eived. Rt. M. SCURRY.
Jan4 3t 51
BGOT. Shoe and Ilarnesis Makters. Also, for sale,
Ball kinds of Upper and Sole Leather, Norths
ern and French Calf Skins, Lining and Blinding
Skins, Harnsess and Band Reather, Shoctmaker's
Findings, Boots anti Shoes and Platation Brogans
always on 1ssnd--adae of best notterials.
Also, 1.amps~, Train, Neetsfot't and TFanniers Oils
for sale bsy R. TV. MI3IS.
rA Ts' ACADEMY RE
An Excellent Teacher Engaged ,
A BEAUTIFUL EDIFICE s0oNTO3EEco LE mi
r HE TRUSTEES of the Male Academy at this
place take great pleasuro in announllcig to tho
public that this institution will be opened again on.
the 2nn MoNa. IN JANUAR r under the most
The Teneher they have employed is Mr. J. G..
LFITNR of Fairfield, a GRADIUATE OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.
This gentleman enters our community with the
most ample reconmendations fron the Faculty un
der whomi he has finished his studies. Of his abilit
to prepare young nien for suecessful application tO9
the highest Seminaries of our country, there is not
a doubt. It may be added that his strictly moral
character is not'less certainly established than tho
accuracy of his Scholarship.
The Trustees, in putting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to assure those, who iay
patronise the Institution under their charge, that -it
is their determination to do all they can towards en
forcing regular discipline and keeping up a proper
degree of pride and emulation among the pupils.
The new Building now in progress will be ono
of tihe most commodious as well as one if the most
orunte edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in private
families at $8 to $10 per month.
The Teram will be determined upon after a com
sultatiou with the Principal. They will ot exceod
thoso of other similar Academics.
N. L. GRIFFIN,
I. T. MINIS. I
ARTIlR SIMKINS. *
Dec 11 tf 48
JOHNSON FEMALE UNIVERSITY,
AT ANDBRSON 0. E.
TIIS INSTITUTION, heretofore known as
6" Johnson Female Seminary," 'will go into
operation as a University, and be open for the re
ception of Students, on the first Wednesday of Feb
Rev. Dr. WrILLrAM B. Jonsson has been elected
Chancellor, and is expected to be present at the
opening of the Institution.
A !mong tie Teachers. whose services have been
secured, are Rev. J. SCOTT M"IIUAY, and Mrs..
MARY E. DANIEL, both of whoma are so favoM
bly known to the public inl connexion with the 1usti
stitution as a Seminary.
In the Music Department, it is ,ilfreient to say,
that that Prince of Musicians, Professor WILLIAM
WAGSTAFF, will continue in charge.
A detailed plan of organization of the University
will be publilshed in January, in pamphlet form.
A ny infosrimation in respect to the University may
be had by inquiring at Iloleomibe's hotel, in Ander
Dec 22 4t 49
Abbey Green Female Institute,
By 191ss Sophia Chapin.
T ITIS Institution is located seven miles North .o
LEdgefield C. H1., and within sight of Elton
P. 0. It is situated in a remarkably healthy portion
of the District, and convenient to an excellent
Spring. The building is entirely new, large and
The Instructress, Miss CIIArri, has the reputation
of being an experienced and talented Teacher.
The Elementary, and all the higher branches of
English, together with Latin and French are taught.
Terms per Session of five imonths for all branches
except Music,................. ...$10 00
Music, including use of Piano.............25 00
Good Board can be obtained in the neighborhood
m $7, ptr Month. For further information, if de
ired, apply to either of the undersigned.
S. W. NICIIOLSON,
Oct 28 4m" 41
Upholsterer in General!
'l R. G. 0. DECIIERT, Upholsterer -
. 1 and Paper ifanger, respectfully annouinces to
the citizens of Edgetield-and its vicinity thtat hie is
now prepared to miake to order, .
Beds, Hair and Shuck MYattrasses,
and also to attend to PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW
BLINDS, SHADES, .&C,
Mr. D. will atten'id punctually to business; and all
orders will be speedlily and faithfully executed.
lie will be found at the Office formerly occupied
by Chancellor WaRDLAw except when elsewherm
Dee. 15 Ste d18
rflIIE Undersigned respectfully inform. hiis old
Icustisners, friends and the p~ublie generally that
lie las removed to, his BRICK STORE, on Centro
Street, between Alessrs. .JoasMn Srna.y and Gr.onoa
tosisson, where lie oil'ers for sale2 a general assort
Mr. Eraimo llouo.s is my duly authorised A gent
to sell Goods, and the businesss will be conducted
under the style of E. HODOES, A gent.
Uanmburg. Nov 29 if 46
Ladies Circular Cloaks,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta,.Ga., t
tJhave just received a supply of Ladies Velvet
CIRCULA R CLOAKS, and (icie black wa
tered and plain black SILK CLOAKS.
Also. a splendid assortmtent of Ladies Emabroid
dered Vlieiennes, Lace and Paris Trimmed,
Miousquitan Collars, Sleeves and Chimasettes, Pf
new andi elegant styles-to which they respectfully
invite the attention of the Ladies.
S. & S. will receive, in a few days. Ladies black
Cloth Cloaks, made of a beautiful fabric.
Dec 1 tf 46;
Wh~iskey, Rumn, Brandy, &c.
6 BA RRELS Rectified, Monongahela and Mi!
let's Old Rye W HISKEYV.
New Rasgland anid Jamaica R UM,
Amnerican and Ilolland GIN,
A merican and French BR ANDY1.
Madeira, Tenerifl'e and Nlanga WVINES,
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Perfet Love CORt
LEMON SYR UP, by the Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKE Y,
Cider and White Wine VINEGA R,
Pint, Half-pint amnd Quart FLA SKS,
Wine. Lemon Syrup and Porter BO TTLES,
DEMIJOIINS, all sizes.
Ei. HODGES, AoEN'r.
Nov 29 tf 46
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PL AN.
James Jones, Joseph J Ken
nedy and John McKinne, 'ecg ~c'I
The City Council of Augusta.J
W HERE AS the Plaintiffs have this day filed
Vtheir declaration against the Defendants, who
(as it is said) are absent from and without the limits
of this State, and have no Attorney known within
the tame upon whom a copy of the said declaration
might be'served : It is therefore ordered that the
said Defendants do appear and plead to the said de
larations within a year and a day from this date,
otherwise final and absolute judgment will then be
given and awarded against them.
T110S. G. BACON, C. E. D.
<[\( BOXES prime GOSHJEN CHEESE,
UU~ For sale by E. HODGES, AGENT.
Nov 29 tf 46
Lumnber ! Lumnber !
TpIIE Undersigned has a large quantity of LtJf
.BER on hanid of assorted dimensions, at his
Price, Square Edge, 75 eta per 100 feet.
"Rough " 374 e. " "
JAS. L. HILL & IIUGES.
Dec 8 tf 47
A LL Persons indebted to the $>tafe of Abram
.t..Kilrease, dee'd., will please make immediate
payment. Those having demands will present them
properly attested fot payinent.
D. J. GILCHRIIST, Adm'r.
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jau
-I Logan, dee'd., are requested ioinake ime
diate paymett andf tfiose having. demnandg will pre.,
sent them forthiwith, vgroperlyattested seturdiag'
.AiMER E NIXi tM'L
Feb 5 t