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FOR YOUNG LA-DI E'S.
(63 PerILs IInAV ENTERED SINCE SErTE3BERt 19TI.)
rj lIE Session will be halfcompleted on NlondayI
Nov. 7th. This will be a good time, for others
The institution has never been. tpore prosperous
at th's seasn -if the year, or better furnished with
Te1eicrs, and everythingt necessary fur thorough
instruction than at present.
The A'acation at Christmas is always a short one,
ao that the 'up:1s can conitiue their stuies with
out any serious interruption, until lie last of .1uly.
They are receivel at any time during the Session,
and charge:t but fro:n the time of entrance to the
end of the Sesioln.
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiato Department..............$15 00
Academic do ...............12 00
Primary do .. .-- .$7 00 and $5 010
Pupils uing the Ph.lisophical A pparatus. are
charged Extra $2,00 per sssion. A nd all ullpi e
are eh trged 50 ets each, a Session, for continlg:nlzies.
Music .......................$18 00
French.......................... 6 0t
)g....................... 8 00
Oil Paiuting.... ................ 15,00
There is nit, chiage for itse of Piano.
Uoard, with wa-;hing, ligits :nid fuel $10 per
There'are no other extra e'arges, except for
Books and NIie suld.
S. T0. (M00*, 1
I. .PEN N, - Trustees
G. .A. A D)DISONl
A. SIMKINS. )
Niv 7, 1853. tt 42
11A m-To"e , o - 1 Y. g. ' o- --A -s
No. 601 East-Bay. opposite P. & ME. Bank
Cn.aLiEs roN, S. C.
E keepq constantly for sale a gen-ral avsort
ment of PA INT"s and OILS of all kinds,
Window GWass an-i Sushes.
Spis. Turpentine, Camphene, Spirit Gas,
Tallo--e, Urinistones, Cordage,
Chain Pumps, Gine, Packing Yartn,
Cottou Foot Gin Fi:.turs, and B3rushes of various '
Charleston, Nov. I Gut 42
COLU.\ .\, S. C..
OrDN & ('1A FP SDER,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDER
And Boiler 31aker.
A LL kinds of Flour, Grist and Saw Mill Gear
. ing and Shaftin; made and warranted to per
form egnal to any in the State.
Dr. R. T. .\ims, at Edgvied C. 11., is authorised
A-,, lit to mnake contracts.
Nov. 2, 18->3. ly 42
state of South Carolina,
Benjamin Tillman and others, 1
. | Bill fior Ac
.nes F. Adams and his wife y count, Sate 4
Ta'bith:i, Ex'ois. of Jonathan j Distribution.
T.: in, dee'd., )
BY Virine of an order fron Chancellor W.A
hr in this case, I shlel proceed to sell, otn
the premises fomryownitd by Jonathlan Till
man11 decased, upon the 13.hw day of Decetmber
ntext, the following Real and I'ersoinal Estate:
One Tract of Lan~d (very valtuable) situaited
ott Horl's Creek and Ray'vs Creek, in this Dis
trict, about live miles .Southl of EdgetieldI Coutrt
HouitSe, and conttiniing by old survey SIX Ii UN
D)REDl AND SEVE~NTY'-0NE Aeres. This
raet lies adjoiing honds of airs. n.'a A..
W hield and All en Addlison,. JolII
and Dr. Edward J. 3Minms. Upon it
sIiv-tivet or seventy Aeres of el
first rate oak and hickory wo dhand, a
hunidredl Acres oif cleared Land, (all
fencintg,) tihe balainein .beitng grownl up w~ e.
ttickets. Ott the premni-es are two ve.ry goodl
dwelling houtses (one of thtetm newly repaired)
atnd all needful outbuildings in very good condi
An aere, etmbracing th aml B il groun~d,
willI be the onily ,eservation as to the land.
I will also sell at the samte time anid onl the
satme place tile fol lowing sutperb gang of ne
groies, viz: i::ae, Ned, George, Hlenry. .iin,
Abirant, Wade, Nancy, Charlotte, Sarah and1( hcr
eluid Vitncent, Just iee and her two children
Emmal~ an~d 31lary. Joatnnla neid her four children
william, Rose, ihlis and J. oh. Out of thi5
family neairly every ptirchatser ennt be suited.
Th'ere are amtonig thtemt a good shioe-muaker, a
skilful wag~oner, and, best (if ail, several excel
lenlt cooks. Of the ntumber, there are eleventi
I will also sell on the sante occasion all the
househi.ldi a td kitchen furitu~re, live head of
nii:ies and three hleadi of horses, the stock o~f
ejittle, sixteenl headI (f sheep, a lt oft hogs, one .
wagont, one c:Irrialge, (Ine r-et of blacksmtithl's
tools, one set of cairpenters tools, the present
eroip oh corn, fodder and shucks, cotton-seed
&c., &c., & c.
Terms of Sale. The land will be sold on a
redit (If one aitd two years from the daiy of
sale, purchaser beitng reqired t give bond to
seure the putrcha~se-mney, witht at leatst two
good sureties. Trhe negro slatves atid other
ptersonialty will be sold(1 on a credit of twelve
mnthis fromt day of sale, bonds and amiplei
sureties requlired. 1
So mnet~h of the purchtse money' of the land
and niegroeCras will beo requliredl toi defray the
expenseS of this suit must be. paid downt at the
timeir in cas..
Purchasers are atlso to payv for titles.
A. Sl13IKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov. t, 1S53.
State of South Ca roinna.
I YH. T. WVRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of:
WVhereas, G. J. Anderson, hath applied to me
for Letters of Admnti:,traliont onf all and sn
gtlar the goold' and ehattels, ritrhts and credits
ti A nnat Auiderson, late of thei District aforesaid
These are, therefo.re, to cite and admonish all
and sitngular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be atnd appear. before me, at
our ntext. Ordittary'n Curt for tile said District,
to be holden at Edgelield C. II., on the 14th
day of Nov. next, to show cause, if any, why
the said adtministrattion should not be granted.
Given tunder my hand and seal, ihis 3lst day
of Oct., in the year of onr Lord one thouis
anld eight huzndred anid fifty.three, and in the'18th
year of American Independenee.
IL.T. WRIGH T, 0. E. D.
Nov 2 2t . 42
-State of South Carolina,
pY VI. T. WVRlGIT, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereats D. F. Iltllingsworth bath. applied to
me for Letters (If Administration, on all and
singtular thle gooIds atnd ebattels. rights anld cred
its of Mf. E. Ilollinigswtortht, late of thte District
These are, t hiereftore, to cite and admonish all
and sinlglar, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceatsed, to be and appear before me, at
onr next Orditnary's Cotirt for the said District,
to be hioldetn at Edgetield C. House, on the 14th
day of Nov next, to sho~w eatuse, if any, why
the said admtinistrattionI shouild tot be granlted.
Given tinder my hand and seail, thtis 31st day
of Oct., in theC yealr our of Lord onte thou
sand eight htundred anld fty-thiree, anld in thte
svnlty-eighlth year of Amnericanl Ind(epenldenlee.
1L. TI. WRtIGIIT, o. E. D.
LOOK TO YO
DRY GOODS FOR'
A A. RANSOM, Agent for R. M. FULLER,
le Stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
beautiful. Aniong which may be found
All Wool DE LAINES, of rich and splendid
Large and small fig'd De Laines. all qualities,
Persian De Laines, various qualities,
'laid Silk Lust res, very rich ;
" Raw Silks, in high colors;
Cashmeres and Alrpaca Lustres, all qualities
Plain bUl*- G
Solid . -
French.-.mo".ent and American Ginghams, from
12'to 37 1-2 cents:
English French and American Prints, from
6 1.4 up;
Satin Talmas of new and beautiful styles;
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, new and late styles;
Colored Fringes, Pointed Gimps. and other
Trimminigs, great variety;
Plain and fig'd Cloths, light fabrie for Ladies
Black Thibet, Bay State and emlbroided Shawls;
Chimasetts, French worked Collars and Under
sleeves, late styles;
Jacoiet, Thread and Lisle Edgings and Insert
ings, all qualities;
Ladies Merino and Silk Under-vests:
Kid Silk and Wool Gloves, for Ladies, Misses
(f- These Goods have been purchased with
PRICES, and purchasers may rest assured that
~ought in Augusta. An examination is respectf
IA31BURG, Oct. 26, 1853.
New Fall and Winter Goods.
31JE Subscriber is now receiving, at 'hia old
SstaMd, his usual supply for the Fall and Win
er Trade, and is prepared to offer to the public
pon terns the most accoinniodating, the
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
tuek of Goods to be found in this village, in part
Rich Colored roenide, Plain and WatcreM Silkg,
lRibborns, Embroideries, Fringes and Dread
Worked Collars, Sleeves,and Linen Cam
" Nantillas, Plain Black and Colored,
M1. DeLaines, Cashmeres, every grade and price,
French and English Merinos. Black and Colored,
Veltvet Sacking, Plain and Printed Flannels,
Alpawas laek and Colored, and Boinbazine,
Ginghans and French, English and Donestie
G'oves, Hosiery, Shawls, Bonnets, &c. &c.
-A tso -
\ new and beautiful assortment of Watches, Jew
:!ry and fancy art:el-s.
Our Stock of I)onestie Goods, 1ais, Cap$, Shoes.
llankets, Kerseys, Plains and Osnaburgs, Ilard
vare, Cooking Utensls, Saddlery, &c. &C., is un
They woere bought low and will be sold at prices
n compete with any market.
M1. FR AZIE R.
N. 1.-At the proper season, will receive and
Ser f Ir sale, a large drove of Kentucky ogs.
Oct 19 5t 40
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES.
'NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.
have just reeceived fruom New York their fall
up'ies of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, comprising
s.. ti...5t n.sanrtmtf the-e lanceu ie,'r ,,fi.-ror to
imalt Figured DeLaines an-1 Saxony Plaids, of
beautiful styles for Children's Dresses ;
.npin's Plain Frentch Alerinos, a very large a'ssrt
ent, and the most fashionable and desirable colors;
,upin's P'laini B!aek French Alejinos, of extra
qu iity fur Ladies Dresses;
.upin's Plain White Merinu's and DeLaines;
adies French Worked Chimasetts anad U.nder
sleeves in setts. of new and elegant styles;
,ades French Worked AMuslin Collars, of new
ant beautful styles ;
.adies Chimajsts, Undersleeves and Collars, for
lonunium of beautiful styles;
torkcid Zluslin Ed'gings and Inscrtings, a very
Vorked .\uslin Bands for Ladies Uundersleeves,
isomec very rieb styles :)
.adies l.ini'n Cambric, Frencht Lawn and Rich
~ih Valenciennes antd Thread Lace Edgings and
uperio r a,,msk Tub'e Cloths and Napkins;
xtra Rich 8-41 and 10-4 D~amask Diapjers;
uperior I12-4 Linen Sheeting and Pillow Caso
~aney Cassimecres for Gentlemen and Youth's wear;
adies Cloth, for Cloaks and Children's wecar, of
uperior Welceh, Ginuze and Silk Warp Flannels ;
uperior English Canton Flannels;
nglish colored Flannuels, for Ladics' Sacks, of
uperior White and Colored Moreens, for Ladies
uperior 10-4, 11-4. 12-4 and 14-4. Whitney Blan
~upin's best Ri1k. Bonmbazines, aid Blk. Chally;
uer~uor li1k. Alpaeams, and Canton Cloths:
\very large supply of Ladies,' G;entlenmen's
ouths' Mlisses' and Children's Hosiery, of the
.adies' Nlerine.. aund Si'.k Vests.
3entlemecn's Merino and Silk Undershirts and
\ very large supply of Ladies' Sqjuare and Long
Shawls, ouf new and beamutiful styles;
leutemien's Shawls, a very superior article:
\ large supply of superior Mourning and Fancy
suprior French, English and American Prints;
'i large supp~ly of Negro Cloths and Blankets:
With a great variety of othir articles suitable for
le present season, and to all of which they re
pi etfully ineite the attention of the public.
A ugusta, Oct 19 tf 40
Presh and Pure Medicines, &c
11lE Sub.<eriber has just received a SELECT
Family medicines, Chemicals, &c
--coNssTING iN PARLT OF
ulphate of Quiniine, Pure Pill Mass,
sup. Carboinate of Soda, 1Ciilomel,
Een-y's (at. Magnesa, Cream of Tartar,
Epsonm Salts, - I.Iodine,
:ulphate of Morphine, . Iodide of Potasseum,
Lumpi Mdhgnecsia, IStrychnine,.
luin's Elixir of Opium, Fahnestoek's Vernmifuge,
'hompson's Eye Water, McAlister's Ointment,
heesemian's Balsam, iKvans' Laneets.
Norwood's Veratrum Viride.
And a full supply of most all the popular Patent
Mediines of theu day, -all of. #hich are warranted
rree from adulteration.
G. L. PENN. AGENT.
Oct 26 -t f 41 i
YMiufacturcd Tobacco !
JUSTr Received dir et from the Factory, Thirty
Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO, comprising
Four Choice lBrands, viz: HIoney Dew, Orunoco,
Extra and Premtium. -For sale by the Box, or at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
saple before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGENYT.
Oct 26 - tf 41
IS Uereby given that objections will be raised
augainst the proiposed charter for a Publie Road to
be opetned from hlozenian & Payn's Ferry on Saluda
Iiver to) Mount Enon, and from thence to interseet the
liggins Ferty Rload at Thoumas Coleman's, as there
is more roads in that neighborhood now thatn there
are handls to keelp themi up.
Oe., J tf 40
THE FALL TRADE.
is now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLIENDID
DRY GOODS, comprising all which is new and
Red, white and flg'd Flannels, all qualities;
Solid colored Flannels, for Sacks;
Cassmiers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentucky
.eans, all qualities;
Bleached and brown Table Damasks, warranted
Bleached Damask Table Cloths, some very fine;
Twilled Kersys, maiiuftuttred at the Augusta
Manuacituring Company ;
Georgi Stripes and Osnaburgs, Cotton Yarns ;
White and colored Blankets, large stock, will be
Whitney and Ribbon bound Blankets, all quali
ties and sizes;
Three Ply, Ingrain and Hemp Carpetings, 6
Rogs and Druggets, for floor cloths; 1
Ladies and Childrens Shoes;
Carpet Bmis, PorL Monies, Ivory and Pearl Tab- A
lets, Extracts Otto of Rowes, Fancy Soaps' 2i
Cologne, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Ivory ia
and lorn Combs,&c.,&c.
REAT CARE at the LOWEST MARKET A
every article will be sold as cheap as can be
M1. A. RANSOM, AGENT FOIL
R. 31. FULLER. I
NEW FALL GOODS! 1
B C. BRYAN has ruccived, at his old u
. Stand, (the Brick Store) a FULL ASSOIT- e
F ANCHY -DrY .GOVQO 0 ,D S
-CONSISTING N PART OF
Rich Colored Broade-SI LKS, -
" Plaid SI LKS,
Superior 'lain lilack SILKS, 3
" Plain Spun '
" Americanise " I
s French and English 3ERINOS, at
" DEaLANES, and Scoteh Ginghams, s
English, French and American PHINTS. -T
-A Iso- I
A GOOD AsEORT.tEXr OF
Kerseys, Plains, Bed & Negro Blankets, d
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, d
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, r
Which he oill-rs at the LOWEST PlCES for
Cash, and on timae to punctual customers.
D Call and examine for yourselves.
Edgefleld C. 1U., Oct 12 if 39
New Fall and Winter Goods, S
MILE & WARRE,
H3 A VE Just r eceived, at their Store, Corner op-1
lposte the Mlansion House, a large and comn-J
p'lete Stock of FALL AND W1NTEl1 GOODS, t
consisting uf- a
Jiroendle and lRich Plaid SlLKS,
Brocadle and Strip~ed lilack SILKS,
Embatroidered Alerino Robes,
Black Chially, D'L.aines and Bomibazines,
French, Eng~lish and Ameriean Pil NTS, I
French CII E.\IZETTES and SL EEVES, -t
Collars Worked Ihands:
tl uslin Edlgings :mda insertings: Irish Linens:
D~anusk Tfable Cloths. Ta~ble Napkins and Doyles,
12-4 IHcavy Harnsley Shecetings,
Togzethaer with a tine Stock of SATTIN ET'S,
K~entnteky J1E.\NS, CLOTilS, CASlaElRES
anad VESTINGS. B
Wec respecctfully solicit a call fromt our friends
and custoumers, and persons ih'iting thme city wouldl
clo well to give us a look before purchasiag.
Augusta, Oct 12 tim . 38
Heavy All Wool Negro Goods
And Blatnkets. In
JILLEli & WAltitEN, Augusta. On., have vi
AT utreceived a large Stock .of Georgia
Plains and a large lot of S-.I and 9-4 Ne' a
gro Blanmkets, somec or thecrm weighing eight :I
pounds to the pair, to which they invite the attun- G
tion or planters. Also,
GENUINE IIETT ANCHOR1 BOLTING CLOTilS,
Fronm No I to 10.
Augusta, Oct. 12 6m 39 I
BOOTS AND SHOES"
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE I
masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
A Enwreceiving their FALL STOCK of
Gents. Ladies, Mlisses, Boys, Youths and
Children's SilOES of the
Finiest Qualities, A
And the best that can be bought.
Our Assortment cointains EVERY ARTICLE
usually kept in the largcst Bomot and Shoe Stores.
-AI.t. vAl niwrlms OF- t i
PLANTATION BROGANS ii
AND 11IOUSE SE RVANTS' SHOES- a:
All of which we wiill sell on tihe most reasonable
Aucusta. Oct 12 t f 39 -
Rich Carpets and Curtain
SNOWDEN & S H EAR, have reeceived '
kifronm Newi York, a large suiplly of Carpets,
and Curtain Materials, atmong which are
Rich Wilton Carpets, of new and splendid styles ;
Tapestry Brussels and English Brussels Carpets, of
elegant styles ;-'
Superior Three Ply, Ingrain and Venetian Carpets; -
Printed Druggctts, and Crumb Cloths, of beautiful t
Superior Colored Damasks, for Winidowr Curtains, e
of rich and elegant styles ;.
Rich Elmbroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, si
(some at very lowv prices,)
Rich Cords aind Tassels, and Gimaps for Curtains ;
Rich Cornhiees, Curtain Bands, and W~indow Shades;
Suiperior Danmask and Plain Furniture Dimaities ;
Superior Cotton Fringes, (a very large assortmnent.) r
The publi~ are respectfully requested to call andi
examine the issortment. |
Augusta, Oct 19 tf - 40
Iforn's Creek Lanuds for Sale.
riBE Subscriber wishing to remove to tile West, ii
lolers Ijor sale is Tract of Lanid, containinaga
Five Ilunadred.(500) A cres, more or less, situatted b
four mailes South of Edgetield C. 11., and itihin
oneC "mile of the Ilamburg and Edgefield Plankt
Road. On the place are all neccessary impirove
ments, and fine spr ings and streamls of water run- I
ning through thle lace. About Two Hundred i
Aeres are cleared and under good feriees, the re- t
mmindcr int native forest. Any one desirous of
buying would do well to call and examine for
themselves before purchasing elsewvhcre.t
L. S. JOHNSON.
Oct 19 tf 40
\EW Buckwheat, Cheese, OnionsI, Potatoes
i Rice lad Soda Beeit, now receiving bty .
S. E. BOWER(S.
THambur, S. C. Oct 10 tf .40
GOODS AT COST.
IN order to prepare for a elige I intend to make
in my business, on the fire of October next, I
vill sell from and after this d te my
Entire Stock Goods
Without any reserration At T!
The Stock is ENTIRE LY .SI, having been
iought this Spring at close prs, and is compoted
irincipally of Spring and mer Goods, all of
rhich I now offer. without aqu sort of humbugery,
T COST. LOD BILL.
July 13, 1853. tr 26
HARDWARE, C EIW, &c.
W & J. H I -L. , amnrg, S. C., would in
1d orders received for anf arti le that may be
ceded inl the Copper, Tin, or Sheti Iron fine.
good as ortmnt of Heating and uoking Stoves.
lie latter are reom mended to lIdusekeepers for
eatniess and econony.
Guns and Pistols!
full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
ne. Colts' repeatinig Pisto', Allerks Revolving
nd Self-Cocking :ingle Barrel Pistols Also, com
large nnd complete Stock of SmitW Tools, con
stin or A iivcls, llows, Screw Ph4cs, Hand
id Sledge lammers, Files, Rasps, &c. t
mbracing all varieties of Plains, Saws,, Chiesels,
, ugers, 1 lammers, Hatchets, Squares, Coinpases,
.xes, Adzes, &c., &e.
Spades' and Shovels.
pades aind Shovels or the best qualities. Also,
lanure Forks, Hoes, &c., &c.
C II A I N S.
og, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil anul Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caldronus.
variety of Ioilers and Caldrons, by the pr per
e f which farmers will find a great saving in
eding Cattle anid Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
its, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wafile and Wa
r Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Ih4es, Grid Irons,
nuothing frons, Mlorters. &c. .
)0 Kegs cf Nails, assorted sis-. Also an assort
unt of English and Anrican.llorse Shoes, and
oise Shoe Nails. Couic Toasters, and Cotton
d Wool Caris.
trasw Cutters and Corn Shellers.
le mist npproved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
rs, wlieh farmers would find great econonmy to use.
Iain Pumps aid fixtures-an excellent method for
awing water from wells.
'All the fore.going artilks sold on the most
asonable terms. -
I lam,,burg, Oct. 26 6n 41
State of South Carolina,
ophia lWhittle and others,
vs Bill for Partitn
homas McClendon and and Account.
3 Y Virtue of an Order fromia Chian. DAPRGAN,
Jin this case, I will proceed to sell at Edge
sd C. H., on the First Mopjiny in Nocembler
ext, the Real Estate of Jogph~ Whittle, dee'd.,
two tracts as foliows:
TIrnet No 1. Containing two hundred and
nety-four acres, more or less, situnited on
loud's Creek in this District and afI;.iini
tids of Ire Whit--I N W-.-.
ie and two years trotm ay or sate, except as
so mnuchi as will defray thne costs of the suit,
hiebh must be paid in cash. 1'nrehase money
be secured by bond with adequate sureties.
A. SJMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Oct 3, 1853 5t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
rit ton Mlims and others,
rs Billf/or Partition
s. R. Garret t, WVilliamn and Account.
Garrett and others.
) Y virtue of an Order from the Court of
) Equity in t his case, I shall proceed to sell
Edgetield Court flouse, on the first 3Monday
November next, the tracts or parcels of land,
1. A t raet or parcel of sixty-four neres, situ
u, in the District afohresniid on St,-phien's creek,
d bonndedl by lanids of Thomas MeKie, WV.
. leKie and Samuel Uetzen.
2. A tract or parcel of six neres, situate as
,ovce, lyinig otn the waters of Horn's Creek, and
Ijiniuig lands of Thos. R. AleKie.
Th'ioes boied. will h. o.tA ~-- -
. ?im kins, Guard. ad litemn.
)N 3Motion of MiHAGNE, Solicitor for Plain
Itiffs, it is Ordered, That the Creditors at'
einry Coix. dec'd., (10 render their einis into
ec Commnissioner's hnandls by the first 3londay
December next, so that their demands tny be
~certained ansd adjusted.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Coimm'rs O0licc, Seplt. 20. It 36
State of South Carolina,
filiam Patterson, by Sloses T.
Owen, his next friend, Bill
es J'or Partition of
rthur M~urphsy and his wife ,1 Slaves.
et al. jJ
Y Order of the Court, the Slaves George, Jen,
LA nuikn, .1cc, A nikaa, Leivis, Jpnse and .ilar
ma, will be sold on Sale-day in November next, at
bbeville C. H., on a credit of one ned two years,
feept as to costs, which are'tobe paid in cash. Thne
urchasers will be required togive bonds with good
arety, and pay for titles.
11. A. JpNFS, C. E. A. D.
Comm'rs. Office, Sept 26,_1[53.' 5t 38
I. Valuable Tr~&t- 'p Land.
H 'lE Subscriber being'epas of.removing to
1some location near a Sepinnry for the purposo
feducating his olhildrena era sale hs valuable
'ract of 628 Aeres of Lsnd-;)t, Buflfalo creek, in
tbbeville District, less thas'two miles from .Dorn's
told Mine. On the premises are a good gin-house
nd set ew, convenient and comfortable negro houses,
md two hundred steres uder good repir---the
alanee in forest, well and heavIly timbered.
Geological researches have been nmade upon the
met, which furnish sufficient evidences,- from its
atural features and approximation to the D~orn
line, that gold may be found. .From other circumn
tances, not necessary to be eitressed, the subseri
er deems it expedient to sell-and would recoin
ind persons desirous of purchasing to apply, at
lie earliest opportunity, for fin'ther particulars, to
EDMUND JONES, Satndover.
Oct 26 4t 46
[ WANT Two N.. 1. AllLCII COWS. Who
Lhas th ell tu dispo,,e of
W. P. UUTLER.
E MET SEIBLES, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
will practice in the Courts of Edgefield, Lex
ington and Abbeville.
CV OFFICE at Edgefield C. H1.,S. C.
Sept 14 3m 34
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefield Court House, near the PLANTEiR'S
He will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
ABNE R PE RRIN,
AGOENT for the Prosecution of Claims for Boun
Actual Cost, for Cash Only!
Their Stock comprises a large and splendid as
Rich Dry Goods, Groceries,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, kc., &c.
All those who desire to get GOOD BAR
GAINS, will do well to call early.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Edgefield, Oct. 3, 1553. 3mn 38
New Fall & Winter Goods.
/H11E Subscriber begs leave to offier to his custo
Siners and friends, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
In all of its varieties which he, has selected with
great care in the best Northern Markets; such as,
New York and Boston, and which he thinks is well
adapted to the Fall and Winter trade.
A good Stock of all other articles usually kept for
the use of country trade; all of which will be sold
low for Cash, or on accommudating ternis to pune
The very highest Market price will be paid for
Cotton and other produce in exchange for Goods.
M. W. CLARY.
Sept 28 1853 tf 37
N E W
Hardware & Cutlery Store.
1 I, SUBSCIUBERS have justreceived thcir
Fall Stuck of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Consisting of Anvils, 'iees, Bellows, Smiths Ham
miers, SCrew Plates, Stock and Dies, Ihorse Shoe
Nails, Rasps. Files, Hand and Cut, IMill, and-all other
kind f SAWS.
501) dozen of all kinds of Locks.
500 " " " Knives.
300 pair Pistols of all kinds.
100 Gunls, Cults Revolvers, Allens do.
Waggon Chains, Castings, Jlinges, Screws, House
Furnishing Gooids, and everything else connect.d
with a Hardware House.
- AL SO
Corn Shellars, Straw Cutters, Mills, the genuine
Collins Axes, Adzes, Hatchets and all kinds Edge
We would respectfully solicit a share of patron
age, and anything sold by us will be warranted of
the best nanufacture.
MULLARKEY & OAKMAN.
A few doors above Insurance Bank, Augusta Ga.
Sept. 28 1853. 6m11 37
3. A. GURLEY,
R ESPECTFU LLY informis his friends in Caroli
nLia thiathe hiasremnovel from Ilamburg to A u
gusta, Ga., South side of Broad Street, onec Square
above thme Lower Market, nearly opposite the Eagle
& Phonix, at the sign "VA RIETY STORE,"
where he will be happy to see his old friends, andI
hiv fair deaig flerit a conitinuation of that pat
-- ---~ j1is Stock
D ogs, Sifters, Fry Pans, Fine Pocket anil Pen
Knives, RAZORS that can't be beat, Tenaand Tamble
Spoons, both Brittainia aind Silver, Table Knives
aind Forks, Candle Sticks, Pad Locks. Shoue 'Taeks,
&c., &c. Also a varied assortm~ent of - |
J A PAN W A RE.
Lectter anid Cap Paper, Wafers, Pins, Needles,
Ilooks anid Eyes, Port .,iis an assortment from
15 ets to $5 ('eh, Silk aiid TJhread Purses,
SUSPENDERS, HOSE AN'D HALF HOSE, GLOVES,
Silk Mlitts, &c. -
A complete assortment of the BEST PERFU
MER Y, SOA PS, &c., direct from Je.5s II.tUEL.
SHOES, HEATS AND CAPS,
musical Instruments, Toys,
And in facet imany other articles not eiiuiierated
here. Also, " VIRGINIA TOBACCO'' always
lo tbe f..uil here ebenpi by tte BOX or otherwise.
g) Call and see J. A. GUTR LE Y,
155 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept. 5, if 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
copies or samid D eclarations with rules to plead1 can
Ie .served : On Slutioni of Mlessrs. MARATI-r &
Srv,.:-:s, Attorineys for lainutfs: Ordered that .;aid
1Defendsant apipear and plead to said Deelaration~s
wthin a vear~ and a damy froii thme date hereof or ini
default thereof j udgmoent will be given agaiinst him.
Triios. c. UA CON, e .p
Cler k's O11icc, Oct 5, qly 39
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN ORDIN ARY...
B Y II. T. WIGH T,1Esq., Orginary of Edge-1
Whe~reas, Jas. S. Shadriek and Samuel Lim
beeker have applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministrationi, oni all and singular the goods and
chattles, rights and credits of Jesse Liimbeekcr,
late of the District aforesamid, deceased.
TJhese arc, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singtular, the kinidred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our nextOrdinairy's Court for the said District,
to ibe holdeti at Edgefield C. H., on the 7th
day of Nov. next, to sh~ow cause, if an),, why
the said administration should not be granted.
Given under toy hand and seal, this 24th day
of Oct. in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-three, and in thte 78th
yeatr of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Oct 26 2t 41
A Physician Wanted.
T'HE Subscriber has a tract of Land, containing
abu n lundred and Seveniy-five acres,
lying on the Martin Town Road, eleven nailes be
lo~w Cambridge, with a comfortable Dwelling,-and
the neighborhood is wanting a Physician. Any
l'hysician wishiing to locate would do well to come
and see ine as I amn anxiotns to sell.
JOllN B. ROUJNTREE.
Oct 20 t6t 41
A LPersons anywise indebted to thme Estate of
- dIohnm Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested to
make immediate settlement, and those having de
amands against said Estate will please rendler in their
accounts fo.rthmwith, properly attested, according to
law. SIDNEY WISE, Ex'oa
B. iL MILLER. r.
Oct 261 tf
SULPHATE OF QUININE,
J TUST Received a fresh supply oif SULPHATE
.JOF QU ININE, and for sale by
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
1 Oct 19 ,r .10
CONSTANTLY ON HAND & STILL RECEIVING!
I AM NOW receiving my usual supply of GOODS for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
To which I respectfully invite the attention *of the Cornmunity
and the Trading Public. W.~P. BUTLER
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 12, No 1 PARKRow.
FALL IMPORTATIONS! _
. of the most beautiful and elegant designs. - - -
Dress CHINTZES, FURNITURE Do. American PRINTS, all new iyles, English LON G
CLOTHS, superior at 121 cents, Americarn SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS, PLANTERS'SLAN'
KETS, fine Bath and Whitney Do., KERSEYS-and .PLAINS.
White Goo ,
LINENS, CAMBRICS, FANCY IIANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES,. HOSIER &b
We invite particular attention to our DRESS GOODS, LONG CLOTH and DAMASK
TABLING DEPARTM ENTS, enbracing the newest and best &.signs of
Fancy and Staple Artic!es:
Which for variety, extent and adaptedness to the FALL TRADE, we challenge comparison.
A complete Stock of British, French and German HOSIERY.:
Rf We respectfully invite a call and exaniination of'our STOCK.
Charleston, Oct 10. FOGARTIE & DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St
STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA. MrS -
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. 1g'
Archibald Watson and Hartwell 1 CHARLESTON, & C
Whittle, Applicants, | Summons .TIU8 INSTITUTION, long conducted.with sueh
TS n Lunusual sudess, entered upon- its Eitrekses
Sarah Watson and others De-. Paritition. for the tivelftli year on th6U3rd of October, .
An efficient Curps of Instructors has been organ
endante . ized foi the -ensuing. scason. To provide accogm
Virtue of an Order from H.-T. Wright modations foi its increasing numbes, a nge of
Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, I thirty additional rooms has.been added to the origi
will proceed to sell on the first Monday in No- nal building, and every provision- has -bees iado
Kember next, at Edgefield C. H., in the above for the personal comfort'of the pupils, and for *x"
stated case, on a credit until the first day of tending to al the advanges o th.roig1Feifiale
Jan'uary 1854-The Tract of Land belonging to Education. The following is the-'
the Estate of Amos Watson, dee'd., situate-in BOARD oF- NS-ruc-ro.
Edgefield District, on Richland Creek, contain- PRNCIPFALS MRS. JULIA DUPRE,- -- .'
ing On Hendred and forty (140) acres, more or Mas. JULIA C. .BOUNETEA
less, .ounded 1 land Josiah Padgett, Stai. LEe-U.E-R1v.CRANX0M) A
more Jdlinson, Jane Weband others. -Esciruas.
The Purchaser will be required to give bond REv. CRANMORE WALLACE, Anei et Langus. ?
6vith sufficient security, and a mortgage to the gsa Ethics &e.
Drdinary to secure the purchase money. Mr E GILOE E
Costs to be. pain in Cash. Miss J.I FLETCHER, EiD
LEWIS JONES, s. E. ). Miss C. REEDT
Oct 10 4t 39 Mas. j. C. BOUNETHEAU,
Miss WHISKEMAN. &nch,-Drawing
STATE Or. SOUTH CAROLINA, 4.L- ES. and inting
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. 146ME
Elizabeth McGraw, Applicant, Sum'ons i s W KnES ,
VS ?zsaGMAI Instrumental..
DrS partition.l~L SIV. L ABRI!.
3usan McGraw and others, Derts Pio .
BY Virtue of an Order from H. T. Wright, It nay be important to persons at' aditanoe to
Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will pro- state that- Branch of this Inslitution has beim es
Odnr oftablise at Aie, .1 place famed iits 0 'at
eed to sell on the first -Monday in November w Sden m removed in thits healt1rv
iext, at Edgefield C. H., in the above stated he Studet e the sune
as, The Lands belonging to the Estate of Joel sonnun sm intnn.
. McGraw, dee'd., containing Two Hundred Charlestonle sy3
mnd Four (204) Acres, more or less, situate in
he Ditrict of Edgefield on the waters of STATE O? SOUtH rAROLIa.
.loud's Creek, and adjoinging lands of SophmiaED FELDSTCT
Whittle, L. Reynolds and others.
TEIPs-soF S..-A credit of twelve months Jh .Camn plcn,. . umn
'rom the day of sale, except the costs, which . . .i. -
nust be pai'd in cash. The purcha~ser givingJonCamnndthrDfts a.jj..
s(and with good security, and a mortgage of the 1 iteo'nOdrfo I .Wih,
remises, if required, to secure the purchbaseJJEqOdnrofdgledDsicith -
noney. aoesae ae hl rce'osl n h
LEWS ONE, . B D tisMondW. i. HAMBRUCH
iroced o sll n th fist ondy inNovmbe a It mage imofn thepess at Odistae to,
zetatEgeledC.H. ATa o an b.staeur tht apBranze otinstttin.bene
ongingliohedeat AitenofaGpoace Reaed,.foc its Oct 12
ituated i therDisticteanorsaid, on heewoter inC the me
if igCrekconaiingOn udrd ntnueathe oam sostem of nrtin
~y and o Saue Web, auin os an *EDGEFlELD DISTRICT
itlers * . E wad ~irptn b s .i.- it
TEPM-Acrditoftwlv mnth, xcpt frEsq, Oaierdi of dgtilistiecL h
hecotswhc msthepidincahbToven' stte cse I hl 1oedt selmonsh
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D. MistM nda rs. --
Oc tu un arto H. 3T.YVrteofWrighfomt,.T W~'gs
Esq., rdinar of Edgiiefield EgDistriDiticIshatll
~Ioeet ElELD D SRthe first Monday in November ltaEdfid
iext, C. RogeredoCn, Alct, SmnsCutHwa Tract of Land be-nin t
onigt hvas ifGogeRan tdee'd..o icad apt~ de%.,cn
weny-theey an3 othrs, Doeft art, oned igFft 5)Arstoeo hs~on
ylaof Saer ebb, H.ti T.s Wand ylnsofteSuhCrlii~i~aLC
hecsswhih3 ofs heid itrct ' hal pur- Elit dotes
hroseer tovsellbond th art lenat t jwood Temse-..
)rar to seure 'theprhs Doe . JEqOdarofNbeyDzrti - --
LEWIS JONES, S. E. [teDo.sae csIsalpoce osl n
Oct 12 4t 39 iefrtMna nNvebrnxa deil
Viso . erin, Apple. C.HthanatainmrTronsantyn
adbinngniMotheeyistdrochrs, Degets Partition
BY Virtue of snOdr wrisof H. F. torigh endcnann Lct~ee 6)arsmr
sq.odinar Nov. ndetl a triet, Cor shallinsRabuddylns fWe
~tr~m nd dmud BydThe'rrct f Lndcept, nihenss h must e paida eash. The
belngig t th Deendnt ~in StomSr. pchaser giving bond with wogood sureties, and
:.'nainag hre HudredAcrs, oreor esa mortgage of the preies (if tee Ordinary)
adjinig, and ofL. eynlds Wahintontsecure te purchase money. - - -$
L. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ EWSJONES, S. E. D. L POINA FTOLadTA -
~~~~Oct 12 4t NESOLfosae netdo-o uaia'
..tl~sio of theLegislatre.toMr-CarturtreiTow Adtitem -
of Edgetield 8. C. OSEeccABNampton, my toriedg
SJuly 27 - .Hamton andTolet ndecieon, mnis
for Prtiesand ' Can makesetteminti31.
a varietyqof Osdinars ofiEidgefNutsDistrittC.i',' be
Ilmod e rikSoeRvrStet a v stte cae salocee tosl- o h
bug S C. - S. E.BOWER. TfrstMody inve rnx, thtapiat'. bdefied a
SOct19 f -Cout Hnue SasTrat of Lnd bieilatngmg to~r
~alc! thewa oftae ofChardo Htheon' ae-'.,en
Land foraivknown Fify 0) Arsimore Sotr' le ude
rfh Tat nonasth upr heoeePod Sandt of th Sot 3moin~i en im
distanpeno, Eamburg and othert.
anced itseve n aes wirst ooedand withine Tet Vitash. d S -lyso etNn ie rmIabr- ntePakRa. SreaoeTrc otisaotOeTosn 'te 9hdy'fS ebrlsbtet
icuThe oue we knoiEs, S.bi hE, D .DECq',N 5Ordinary . CfoNewber aydet, -
fav ablylocaed or te bunes Toan aproe Boe stated enaed o thal inroceedtose, od
Oc'?ar t w12 l 4t sodo3o9tme fdsrd the SucirsrMondam on Noee inexta sidgefe bc"
Ap heyito H A.KNRIC. Crs. Attaches eltatinoac God Seand, ~Infgma
H. &E.Plank R a o inw begrtefullytrceivfEdeland an retuiste
BYOtu ofsnr wrtsf Fi.Fa om omesationtaininge award-eve to7 tre tindr e
directhose izshate proce the esete o Wierl esaynmnbt i~ fwa-scle h
arrtettda ineNo.x, a Equesteld our t pay- msRod bon .ynso ie
[wuet frith alwn thoert mi~ teandslaginst Bide andH other-an
Lvid eGat willo y rede tWm. introcS muel d. be 1854 withC LnerS rmted~vo ae x
aoring to th1 Dfedat.m Stom S. puchaerJivlingS monwiho aure ttiechoid
nangTrHnrdAres, R.moeoDl, moTgenn fhe pureHams, (ich deemeb necessatry)
'djinng lnd.o L. ReynOlds, ashngont scurtpurchemoey
Febo an others.mur Qt2 - LEWE -oES -.. D.