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Exectors'' sale I -
. E WILL SELL on. Wednesduy, the 28th
) V i eeiber next; at the Island Ford Planta
in, all the in testato personal property of Theu.
11111. de.and whicht includes
A Gang of some Forty Negroes,
Unusually likely, containng iniber one fellows,
young women, boys, giris alnl som1e chijee ftiliies,
20 Ilead.of Mules and Horses,
Stuck ofI Igs and Cows,
TWO THOUSAND BUSHELS OF CORN,
Wheat and Fodder,
34-Janttion T-ols, and the lousiehiold and Ktch-:ii
Turniture t' the place.
Ttis OF *..-.\ eredit- of twelve mionthis for
all uitis over . vir, p-treaser.. givng notes pro.erly
tieeured. Suims under $L11) Cash.
L01) 1I LL, ? Ex'ors.
1.. G. I ILL. S
Dee 12 2t -IS
B Y Virtue of an Order from tienry T. Wright.
Ordnar or lfigeiis-i IMistriet, I will pore.ed
t. sell at the ltte re.'alecie of Andy uloenlds. de
ensed, oil TuO.sl::y the :'Itl jist.. all the pernonal
property ot saidt 4leecased, consistinlg of
Sixteen Likely Negroes,
Stock of llorses and Nitiles, Cattle, Ilogs and
4iej,, ab,,ut I um.) .he of Cur'', Crop of Fl
41-r and Peas. lInad Wzta.n, (x Cart, Planatinili
T <, Illoull ani.t litenl iiFuraiture, tiad also
oe ir.4t rate Giu liead, &e.
'Ie Piantatioi will atiu be rented for the year
1854 on the sam ! day.
Tyn.ms.-.\ stuninof an under $5 must be paid
in ea,i. All stums over $5. on a credhit of twelve
moauntlis, With at least two g.isl sectlriies.
JOLHN KEY-NULDS, Adim'ior.
Dec G 2te is
A L tr i.-lted tf \nly Reynolds, de
A Ae;a , at he tiie of his deatl, ire Ieqeeted
'Wu :nake intincdiate payieit to the .Subscriber, a.1
'all persons having delnlds agahint -ail deasel.
aree.inestel to himl thlem in duly att-ted, on or
before the :U3th inst., to Ihl.- lnderiened.
Dec 7 te8
S11lhri N N-aIe.
B Y Virtue (itf a writ (if Fieri Faeias to ine
directed, I shall proceed to sell :tt Edge.
held Coua' rt Iouse. on the fir.,t Monday in
Januarv MIex, the Iulowiing properly in the fol
lowi'-fe se, viz
C. 51. Furman vs. John B. Covington, The
interest of the Defiant in two 1,41ts of* Land,
No. 5 and 6, eonutainig One hundred and Iwen.
tv-one acres, more or less,situate near the Town
(if Hlaiburg, adjoiining 1,::nds of Elizalbeti Car
ter. Iversii I. UrEiks, the Tr.ect known as the
Park Tract, 31. Gray nod others. This Land
will be sold at the ri.k of the forner purchaser.
LEWIS JONES, s. F. i).
.De 1:1 41e 48
B Y Virtne of sundrv wriu of Fi. Fa. to
.directed, I s1all proceed to sell oi the
first Mondav in Dee. next. at Edgelield Con
JjktUSe, Ile jolluwinuig property in the fol lowing
Heniry T. Wright, Ordinary, vs William T.
Smith, The Defendait's interest in a Tract of
Land conutainin~ One 01C undred acres, more or E
less, lVing on Turkey Creek, and bounded by
binds of Mrs. Frazier, the Estate of* William
&S:roni and others.
.Mary Hirden vs I1. P. Snelling, One Sorrel
Thoiais 11. 3arshal & Son vs Henry Luther,
Oie Sorrel Maire, Bridle and Sauddlem.
S. F. Goode vs Franuklin Timmtrermain and
Elizat Tintlmermian,. his wife, One Negro wtomian
imgut :iuid child Betty.
Ti~rtis Cmsh. L. JONES, S. E. D.
Dec 10 3r 418
STATE O17 SOUTH CAItOLINA.
* ED.GEF'IELD DISTRICT.
3ohn L,. Dobmy, )
vs.i Fi. Fa.
. onE. F. Ryan.
PY Virtuie oif a Deeree fromt the -Court of
SEut.in the ni.'ive stateid ease, I shaull
proe'eed to sell on the first Moinday in Jantuary
next, at E'J!efield Ciiurt lin'e,
The life iEstaite otf the( D~efendiant John E. F.
Ilyani, in TIwena:y-Onte Negro Slave~s, viz : lBully,
Jtnitecr. Austin, Littlec Chi~tmles, lBen, Newton.
N~lilledlge. Adal~line andii I wo chiilreun, Van, Jimi
Phlohei. Datllas, 31aryin, V ict oriaz. L.ouiiana,
hienia, l'iineyiit~, Lontis andt Cha::rles.
ermus Caish. The putrcha~ser will lit requjired
CE give. hInd withI adegnait e s'urety in diinhtle the
value of the slaive nazrehased, to Raise M1. Fual
her, Trustee, conditioinal foer the furth coming ot
thet said slaives reeptetively, wit h the fut nre isue
pft thet femn:ies :amng them , at Ithe death of J E.
.I. Rrniu, to anu-wer to the. claim of tho.,e m:ay be
entied~ to themi in remindi~'er.
LEWIS JON[S, S. E. D.
Dee t0 3t d18
STATE OF SOUT11 CAROLINA,
WV. TI. Smith a id others A pplie icis,)~
Sarahl Sophronia Smtith: and othersr
Ordinary of Edg'etieldl Distriet, I shaill proj
.ceed to sell in thle above stated1 ease., on the. first
Monday in J!aunary next, at Emigetieldi Court
litnse, oet Tract oif Lanud beonin~~g to t he Es
tate of Samuel Smiith, dee'., sit nated on Turkey
Creek,eonnta:iningr One fIlundired aceres, moure or
Irss, and biiuumleid lby landes of Mirs. Frazier,
Etatue of William Stro .m ad ot heirm.
TERMs-A credit noitil the tit. day of Dcc.
1854i~, e~wep~t costs ai hieb muast lie paid in enshi.
The putrc~haser ill b Ie rej iired tom ,ive bnmd
-with g' d seei ly, an a .t rign.l of the prem
monEy. f EW!S .IONES, s. F.. V.
.Dec 10 3t 483
ST'ATE OF SOUTil CAlROLINA.
BY U1. T. W RIG HIT, 1Esq., OJrdinamry of Edge-~
WVhereats, William Whmite, has aipplie~d to me
for Let tens of~ Admtinistratiion, on all and sin
gtulair the goolds antd chatt les, rights atnd credits
,of Daiel White, latte of the District aforesaid,
Thlese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
.and singulIar, the kiindred andl creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appleair before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court foir the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield C. IH., on the 22dl
daiy oif Dec. itnst. to show cause, if any, why
thie said :idministration shouild not be granted.
%iveni under my hanud and seat, this 8th dayv
of Dee. in the year oft our Lord one thousandl
eighit huindred and lifty-three, and in the 78th
wear of American Independence.
H. T. WVRIGIIT, 0. E. D.
Dec 14 21 48
State of Sonth Carolina,
EDG EFI ELD DISTRICT,
p YH. T1. WRIGHIT, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, Wmn. Miobley, hath applied to me
for Letters of Administration on all and sin
gnlar the goods and chaittels, rights and credits
of Johna Hlerin, late of the District aforesaid
These are, therefore, to cite and adlmonish all
anud sinigular, the kindred and creditors of the
Maid deceased, to be atnd appear before me, at
our niext Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden att Edgef'ield C. II., on the 22nd
day of Dee. inst.. to show canse, if any, why
the said administration shounld not he gramnted.
Given under nmy haind and seal, this 8th day
of Dec. in the year of our Lord one thous
and teiight. hundred aind fifty. three, and in the 78th
year of Amierican Independene.
11. T. WRUIT, 0. E. D.
ncttl 4e .18
BY Virtue of an Order from H. T. Wright,
Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will
o1YRr fur st!e on Wednesday the 4th day of Janu
ary 1854, at Liberty HiL, all the property of John
Anderson, dee'd., consisting of a lot of
Nearly all of them being young and very likely.
A toting the number there is an excellent Cook. good
Waugoner and Carriage Driver, and also a strong
and ingenions young fellow. who has been, for sonie
tilie past, working at the lBlacksmith's trade, and
bids fair son to becomte a first rate Sinith. A tine
Book Case, Lot of Books and an excellent Shot
Ginu will he sold at the samue time, besides various
Ti*R3s.-A eredit until the 25th of Dec. 1854,
with approved securities.
JOL-N F. TALBERT, Adm'ur.
Dec 7 4 47
py \irtue of an Order from Henry T. Wright.
.O l-'j., iOrdinary for Edgeheld District, I will
proceed to sell at the late residence of Thomas Tal
levy. dec'., on Monday the 26th December inst., all
the personal property of said deecased, consisting of
EIGHT LIKELY NEGROES,
Stock of lorses. some very Fine Cattle, Fat Hlos,
and St'ck lie-s, Crop of Corn, Fodder and Oati,
Pens. Coeittoni. &C., ke.
TvR.41.-All sntis niler .10 cach. All sums of
atnd aboiive '400 on a credit of twslve months from
day of male. ts be secured by note, with at least two
JOBEPHI It. TALLEY, Adni'or.
Dec. 7 3t 47
L1 Persons indebted to the Estate of Thona%
. Talley, dee'd., are earnestly requested to make
payntent by the lest of .anuary next.
JOS. 11. TALLEY, Adm'or.
Iec 7 3t 47
B Y Virtute of an Order from H. T. Wright, Or
di nary, I will sell on Thursday, the 22d day 6.f
December, at the resilence of John B. Ilarrison,
tie felsleiwing prsotiinal property belonging to said
deenI.O'II. edcnsisting Ef a
NUMBER OF LIKELY NEGROES,
.\motong them an excellent Shoe-Maker,-1Horses.
Cattle, Ilogs. &c., &c.
TRenis.-All sums under $10 Cash-all over that
a,mount, on a erelit of twelve months with note and
two approved sureties.
LUCINDA iUARRISON, Ex'ix.
Dec 7 3t 47
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of John B.
I larrison. dee'd., are requested to make pay
ment, and dtse having demands will render them
in. properly attested. between this date and the day
Elf sale. LUCINDA HARRISON, Ex'ix.
Dec 7 3t 47
Feruvian Guano, Farmers'
Kettlewell's Salts, Salts and Guano.
10TONS warrant.-d genuine Peruvian Guano,
00100 Bli!s. Farmner's Plaster, containing 90
per cent Sutlplaate of Lime.
100 ltbls. Kettlewell's Chemical Salts,
100 " ". "6 Salts and] Guano,
For sale by RIIETT & O110 ISON,
1 & 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Planters who want either (of the above Manures
will please send their orders at once so as to prevent
Charletol. Dee 5 5t 47
Negroes for Sale.
r allE Subhscribier will offer for sale, to the high~est
..bidde .r, on the first Mlonday in January nexlt,
12 or 14 Likely Negroes,
Consisting of honse servants and] field han.ls.
Teeeus.-The above pirop~erty will be oldh ont a
etedit of1 onie, two and three years, with interost
from, elate. The piurchmasers wizl be required to
give. the~ir notes with two aipproved securities. Any
one wi.<hinge to plurchase any of the above negroes
can treat for thema prvately previoeus to the day of
.214. - . E LA LOCK.
D~ec 7 4t 47
Savannah River Valley R. Road
IS11 Comipany hvig been organized, and now
prepringhI to comtin~ene ope-rationis, deemi it lpre.
pe for the l'pros of increasing scub..cripitions to
the Stock, tee give notice that the Directors have ay
pointed a.ll the Cemini,,xionies s, heretofore appointed
to. receive sutbscripetionts, ande specially request thems
toc dlevore still molre, thne ande labor to this iimportant
ent.rprii-e, bey cotatinu'ng to use thieir intlu--nee in
p:Eruig as imneh Stuck tol be taken as possible,
wi:h'n their respctive locealities. A nid tee this end
they arei authorze-d to receive fruit suhscribers to
Stucek, noutes bearinit itnterest for the insta!metnt oif
ten per cent., peayable to~ the Savannah River \'alley
Rail Road. IR AMi IIUTUIllSON, Pres.
lDe 7 am 47
You must Pay Up!
rT llotlE inidehted to the Under-igrned, either by
.. Note or Aceunt, are thns ferewarnied to make
arrangLemen~its toe settle up by the 1st .latnnary 1851,
as I intendl after that elate, to plasce said N'etes and
Accunts in the hlands of ean ellicienet Officer foir
collectioni. A. LLUSIINELL.
De)c7 - 4t 417
Give meR your Attention !
ALL those indebteed to toe either by Note or
Account will conifer a lastineg favor oni the
Subscribecr by immiedintely paving up the same, as
fnrther intdi'gence CA N NO', ntor 3MUST NOT
be expected. Entough said ! Mistiey is what I wanit.
Chiryton, Dec. 7 tf 47
ALL Personts indelbted teo the Estate oef Isaae A.
t. lIell, dee'd., are earnestly regnecsted to pay up
Iy lhe first of .Jlannary next, and all those havinig
any dleemandels a~ainist saidl Estate will hand in thteir
eman prerely attested niecordlig te law.
D. A. d1. ISELL, Adtm'ir.
Dec 7 4t 47
A LT. P.-rsonts indebted to the Estate of Caleb
.kTal'ey, dee'd., by note Ear eethlerwise, are re
qeiistedl to miake paymient to the Undieersigedm by or
batfore the fir.<t day Elf .Janary next, and all persons
haing dlemand~s atgaanst saied Estate are requested
tie presenlt them duly attested to the Undersigned
by the titme aibove* ;preiflCed.
J0SEP11 I. TA LLEY, Ad'ors.
Dee~ 7 4t 47
A LPersons inebted to the Estaite of Francis
Reyniolds, Sr., dee'd., are requestedl teo make
iteediate paymentt and those having detmands will
present them'plroplerly attestedl forthwith, according
to law. EI)W AIRD T. RIEYNOLDS, ) Ex'ors
-FRANCIS 31. R EYNOLD)S.
Dec 7 3t* 47
XLL, Persons indebted to the Estate of Willinm
J.Wald rumt, dee'd., will please make imemedi
ate payment to the Subscriber, and all those having
any demands against said Estate will present them,
duly attested according to law.
JOSEP11 CR A FTON, Ex'or.
N o t i c e.
A LL Persons indebted to John Tompkins, by
Note osr Acecount, are notified that all debts
not liquidated by the 15th February 1P54, will be
placed in the hands of an Attorney foar collection.
D. C. TOMIKINS, AGPs.NT
DecS 5l10 47
ONor about the 15th Nov., a BUNCH OF
JK EYS-seven or eight in number-fastened
on a couple of Steel Rings. A liberal reward will
be givent to the finder.
JOHN A. ADDISON.
Dee 7 St 47
A LL. Persons indebted to the Estate of Warren
?1F. Wino, dec'd.,. aire earnestly solicited to
mtake paymrent forthwith and those leaving demaunds
gainst said Estitte will plese. r'ender them in im
mediately. J JR Ehilla h SEIGLER, Ex'oi-.
To the Pilie.
TIHE Subscribers beg leave to inform their
T lfriends and the public generally, that they have
and keep constantly on hand a large and splendid
Buggies and Carriages,
Which CANNOT BE SURPASSED in any Mar
ket for price, beauty of style or durability.
Having had a long experience in the practical
part of the business, and having worked in the first
Establishnents in the Union, they flatter them
selves that they can and WI LL give general satis
faction too all who may favor them with a call.
O All work warranted.
CM' Shop i rear of the Court House.
McGREGOR & SMITIT.
EdgetiehldNov 16, 1853. tf 444
Splendid Hotel for Sale,
I INTEND to offer for sale on Mon
day the 2nd day of January ntext.
that fine and commodious building,
known as the
r PLANTE RS' HOTE L,
Now occupied by Mr. Lewis Covar, and torumerly
Owned by .John L. Dobey, Burt & Dubey, C. J.
Glover and Benj. Frazier.
From its situation, the state oif its repair, the
buildings, furniture, lutts and other appurtenances
thereunto belonging. together with the time it has
been usedl as a public Inn, and resting place fior
Travellers, there is. perhaps, nio lotel in the upper
country of sneh real anl intrinsic value.
It embraces Fifty or Sixty Iooms, incluiding a
Ilotel lar and Counting Room, a liar R'ooimn for the
vending of Liquors, a Billiard Room, and a superb
Parlor. It has the finest Kitchen and Kitchen Fur
niture, Smoke I louve, Dairy, nail all other necessary
outhouses. There is also attached to tho said I rotel
Stables of the largest capacity, and the very best
Corn and Folder Ilouses, and a Garden supplying
the greatest abundance of vegetables. Ii a weord.
there is nothing wanting to the said Hotel, which
might contribute to the comfort, convenience and
good cheer of the Travelling. community.
Besides the Ilotel, there will be sold at the same
time. two other Leos conected with the premises,
called the Stable or Paswtre Lot.-All these L.ots
are (of gool size, andl of the very richest and most
But I do nit pretend to give a descrilption of the
premises, which shall be relied on. l'ersons wislh.
ing to purchase must call and examine for them
selves, as well the Houses and Furniture as the
Lots, and accurate Plats (if the latter will also be
exhibited oil the dav of sale.
The custom of the P'latters' I hetel is exceedingly
larLe, luerative, and of the miest orderly character.
The sale will be natle on a credit of one, two.
ani three years, and purchasers will be required
to give their notes or bonds, with good lersonal 1
security, payable in two equal instahnents, with
interest from date. J011N DOBEY.
Nov 30, 6t 46
LR - Hamburg Republican antd Ahheville Banner
will please coy until the day of sale, and forward
their accounts to -1. 1).
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
r Ill E Subesrier hav:ng removed frmn the Dis
Ltrict, offers for sale his VA IXA BIl PLAN
TATION, situated on the Savannah River and Ste
vens' Creek, and abeut two im!es above the, mouth
of the Anugusta Canal.
The Tract contains about
Recently surveyed and platted, about one-third of
which is cleared and in cultivatim. The bslance is
well-weetded and heavily timbered.
This Trat (or Land lies three miles and a quarter
on the River abeove the mouth of Stevens' Creek,
and has a large bely eif rich alluvial Svanp Land,
above the reach of ordinary freshes.
The premises are dividede into two Plantations or
ettl.imenets,-ne at a convenient distance frti the.
River, and the other on the Stevens' Creek landls.
with Gin Houses, Packing Screws, and the usual
buildinegs attachedl teo ch.
I prefer to s.*ll the Plantation entire, but being tde
te'rmined to sell, andI with a view to aecciiunodate, I
will, if desiredl, dlividle the Laiids intoe sectioens ear
lets toe meet tbe wishies anid suit thme cnvenience2 of
Amid if desired, thce Steock of 11orses, Mules, Cat
tie aend the~ Pi-ovisioen Crep will be sold on very fac
voraebl e termas to the peurchiaser.
A Plat of the premiises numy be seen at the Office
oef Reobt. AleDoenaldi, Esqj., int llamburg, and the
premises wilt tbe shmownc by either of the Over'.eers
ten the latattin.
Termes will be madec eacsy andi aiccommnodating,
ande foer further particulars, npplly tee the Subscriber
in Cuohicnbia S. C. * J011N A USKiETT.
Nev '23 4t 45
Land for Sale,
TIIIE Sublseribeer efTrs fir sale a Tract oef La:nel:
1. eituatedl iee 101hzeield IDistriet, ten both sides tef
the Pelank Rateed leaeding tromi 1 lacmbuerg tee ilerelel
C. II., cilledl die liartlett place, aind cea'ataiining
SEVEN IhUNDRED 4- SIXTV ACRES.
Thcis Tracct has a settlemnent andt a smac~ll petrtioni ft
the 1.aelihis becen clearcel. The balace is thicklhy
cevered withI heavy pince timbier sucitale fear the.
luccber bu-iccess. OnIce pr cteiSes isac ce~xellenit
Mill Seaet, where forerly a Grit 'elill siteta, on
Little lierse Creek.
A nad lbe alsoe ol'ers tfer sale anothcer Tract at piie
lande ceentaincicng twee hunderced accd inety-seven
scres, cal~edl the Geeoda Sprinig Tract, .sii tatello
bethtl sideS of thle retad !e tiin fromee the 0Old Wells
tee Vatielust, antd incluedes what is well knolewnc as thIe
" Goodei Spring"-~ acest elegrible site fotr a edelighat
ful and heaelthy settlemcent. Thcis Tr..et is also hceavi
lv ticmberced ee mide no:,rt has beent el.-ared.
I lats oef thce aboeve peremis, s ica~y be seen in the
Olice oft Ilebt. Mc eiead, e Rq.., Ilhunulirg, te whomeie
referece is mai~de for fuithcer parltienl:ers, aced terccs
of sale. JUIIN ISA '8KETT.
Neov 23. 4lt 415
Sleepy Creek Steam M~ill,
r 1ME Subcseriber respectfully iniformcs the P'ublic
..that lie has inow in oetrationc two SC.'PER lH
MILLS, once of thcie a Grist 3h11I, thea otther a Saw
Mlill wvithc Circular Saew. The entire mcacinery eef
these .3ills was cinantifeetered aced 1t tIlt by Mlessrs.
SINCLAita, ANDotN & Co., cef eolumia, S. U.,
acnd I cake this oc.casion miost cordially to recummciecld
thotse genctlemaen to the citizenis of our State, onc tI
cunt of the nccieterly uccnner in which t hey hcave
All I sk eel thce pele is A PFAIR SIOIiN6.
" Tsv All. -rniNeti .ANI nlotl FST -rO -rnIr wIIICII
is aon :"JOh N DUld, S..
Neav 301 St -11
N ot i c e,
I OFFER for sale the fellewcicng Tracts ott Landt.
.Trct Ne 1, Ceentaiccinlg 50 A eres-twe huncc
dred acres clearedl, acid 410 acres oef first rane Boettomn.
rac~t N..2, Containcing 250 Aercs-i acres
Bottomc nnd 101) Woodelande.
ThIe~ Landies eaf both Traicts are of the best rjccality
accd exceedicngly well timcbered.
.T. W. EARLE.
Evergcreen, S. C., Nov 9, 1853. tf 45
STATE 01" SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAlS.
P A RRUM WALL, who is now in thce Cecstody
of the Sherifrf ed egetield District, by Virtue
oef a Writ of Capitas ad Satisfaiendumc, ait the suit eat
Alexandeer Sharleton, hcavincg filed inc my Olliee, tee
geher with at Schedule ocn oath, of his estate and
effets, his pelitiocn to the Court of Coccnnon Pleas,
pra.ying that hee may be admitted to tihe benefit of
the'Acts oef the General A sseceebly, matde foer the
relief eel inseelvenct dlebtors. It is ordered, Thatt time
said Alkexandeer Sharptonc, antd aell other (redijtors to
whom cte said Parrum Wall i3 in anywise inedebted,
acid they aire hereby summeocned, aend havre neotice to
apear befoere lihe said Coumrt at Edlgefield Court
Louse, on the First Mondeay in Marchi next, or ont
sonmc other coenvenient elay to be het ap8eact aced ale
pointd, duricng the sitticig of the sacid Court, to
showy cause. if any they cta, why the pratyer of time
sad Petitionier atforestaid shcoumld net he graentced.
TilUS. 0. A CON, c. E. E. D1.
Clerk's Ofic, Neev 30thm, 1853. tf 47
Sl'a ye d.
O~NMondacy, thme 3rd1 of October, from Edgefleld
.J II1., at BAY llORSE of miedeium size,141
or 15 years old. Ainy inftormatioen respectinmg time
sid hcorse will be thanckfully received anid expecnses
paid by informing G. L. Pennm, or
J. II. IIUGIIES.
Oct12 :f 39
IS hereby given to tell persoens indebted to fle
EatofJ. B. Coelemanm, or ti WV. L. & P. .
Clema, or tee the Undersignedl, that they miucst
make paymnecnt by thme first of F'ebruiary next, or
they will finde thecir' Noetes antd A ccounts inc the hantds
of the peroper o(flieris for cohlectiotc.
W. L. COLEMAN.
nI Dcn n 1
GREAT BARGAINS IN
.WILLEAM H. CRANE)
F XPECTD5G tonake a new arrangement in
.his business on the first of .lannry next. and
wishing to rednee his present LARG 1' STOCK of
GOUDS before that time, offers them
At Very Low Prices.
Persons vibiting the City to purchase DRY
GOODS, will find it GREATLY to their interest
to examine his Stock. ie' ls int tinly an
Of Rich Dress Goods of the LAT.ST STYLE-S,
but nlho a
Great anany Blapkets, Flannels,
KERSEYS, KENTUCKY JEANS,
TWE KDS, SIA WLS, CLOAKS, CA LICOS,
Ginghams. Mleachedand Brown Shirtings
and Sheetings, Osnaburgs, &q.
Whi-h lie iN determined tdeell.
0' Give him t. call and -jou will not regret it.
t First Dry Goods Store below the United
Nov30 St 46
J. P. SETZE,
H AVE just received a new suipply of Imported
tiand onustic CA RPE TINGS, of rih ind
new designs, anmngst which are the following de
Union Carpetirgs at...................37
... .. . ................... 50
All wool 4 ... ........ 5
Ingrain . .................... 8
Scoteh Ingrain Carpeting .............1 00
" Double Ingrain Carpeting,....... 12.
Three Ply, all wool, : '' .....1 25
.4 . ... . 1 37
I" '. extrafine and very heavy.. .1 51
Brussels, " " 6'. ...11 to l1
Rich Tapestry Carpetingr. ... 50
Extra rich " " ............:1 00
Plain Baizes and printed Drnggets, for
Cruin and Floor Carpet., from..... 5 to 2j
4-4, 5-4Ind 6-4 Cheeked and plain Straw Matting
6-4 Oil Cloth. (lined)
Ilearth Rtigs from $4 to $9.
Door Mats and Carpet Bindings,
Togetlier with an exttensis-! stock of Fancy and
Staple Gtods, which he offirs at the lowest market
A ugusta, Nov 28 4t 46
New Piano Forte & Music Store.
(Next door to Mechanic'a Bank.)
Pianos, Ielodeons, Guitars, Violins,
Accordonx, Flutes, Strings,
SlIEET MUSIC, and every thing in the Music line
SXcoxo-3nAsN PiANus T.Nr.4 zs lxcHANoE.
B- Orders for 11USIC by niai- promptly at
ILT PIANOS TUNEDi and REPAIRED.
Per.ns wanting their iianos tuned, will pl-ase no
tily us to that efrvet. A. A. ULAUlK,
B. F. CLARK.
A uansta, Nov. 9 . 2m 43
COfLU3iBIA, 1'. C..
STE AM ENGINE .BUILDER
-And Boiler .Mlaker.
, L L hinds of Flour, Grist mnd Saw Mill Ounr
? ing aind *Sharitomg imade and warranted to per
form ..qual to ainy ini the State.'
fir. It. T. 31:=s, at Edge-lield 0. II., is authorised
Ag. ut to make contracts.
Nov . , 1853. l~y 42
S H IP C HAN DL E RY,
No. 601 East-Bay, opposite P. &r N. Bank
Cunatr-roN. S. C. .
I. E keep'. constantly for ,'ale a generalasrt
mi ent of PA INTS and OIlLS of all kinds,
sps Turpieitin~e, Camphel~ne, Spirit Gas,
Chain Pumpiis, (.;Ine, Packing Yamrn,
C. tton Foot Gin Fixtnuree, nd lrushesm of~ variou.,
*liarlestonm, Niov. I fim 42
Tifl~OLEL Ail Nt) 5EAIL
BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS!
7 1IT E Undelrsicnedl respvct fully informs li., fzien'ls
i in arolinni,'that lie ha llemovtd friom Iunn,
hur g to A\ugustae. Ga., in the SouthI side' of ltrioa. I
Street, iipposiite the Augusta Ihotel, whiere lie will
be ph-asedl t., see Is ol friends and, customeirs.
lIeI woiuld ail~o slate that lie hmas just returned from
the North, whenre, with care andl attention, lie has
purhased~i, ait the LOWEST MAIRKET' PRICES,
a large Stocek ofi'
Boots and Shoes,
Trrunks, Valises, Carpet-Bar,
Aid every article b~elonuginmg to the Wholesale and
Ucetiil Boot anid Stoc Iininess, which he pliedtres
hiiiself tio sell CII h:A PER than aiiy other Ilisuse
ini Augusta, FORL CASli, or oni timme to piunctual
An~y one wanting Comnds inghis'line will find it to
their interest to call and exumine his Stock before
purhasinig elsewhere-andilhe will take pleasure in
exibitilnt thecim to every one who may favor hnm
with a visit.
lie takes oeension here to returnt hiis- heartfelt
thaniks to lisa kind friendls for their liberal patronage
heretiofire b~estioweid on himi,, and hopes by strict at
tetiion anid perseverance ini butsiness, to imerit a
continunee of the same.
Opposite the A igunsta Iliotel,
A neusta, Cai., Oct. 5 - tr 3
Grand Display for Fall Trade,
orrosirE Ii. C. DU.NtAat's,
INY CHARLES IIAMlaOND'* NEW llRICK STORE
hamburg, S. C.,
UTIhERE the Undersigned will keep conistanitly
i Vin Store, a well anuorted
Stock of Groceries,
Eibricinig every nrticle usually found in an exteni
sive Grocery Store. This Stock conisista in part of
Java, Rio and Cuba COFFEE,
Claritied, P'orto Rico arid New Orleans SUGAR
Crushed, Powdered and Loaf Do
New Orleanis and Cuba MOLASSES,
Johmn Gibson, Son & Co. Nectar .lHISKEY,
Eagle, Double Distilled Rye and 1'eetslied do
Jamnaica R UM, N. E. R UM,
0O.d Madeira, Chiemry and Port WINES,
Tene'rilfe and Alalaga ,do
impiorted Old BRANDIES, Otard Brandy,
P'erfect Love, Rose, Mint and Cinnamon Cordials,
Pure liolland GIN, Lendon Cordial GIN,
American BR ANDY arid GIN,
Brass Bound Buckets and Tubs, Painted Do.
Mleasures, Market Baskets, Brooims, &c.
Toilet, Cnsteel and Trurpenie SOA PS,
PICKL ES and K ETCHUPS of aill kinds,
Trobacco, Candles, FiieTeas anid Spices, all kinds
Fine SA LT in Boxes arid Bags,
ESSENCES for FlavourIng, of all descriptioins,
Slacaroni, Yeast Powders, Mustard,
CA NDIES and SEGARS of die best quality,
CHEESE, FLOUR of the best Brands,
Fine Family MA CKER EL, Starch, &*c.
And a great manny oilier airticlesi, A LL of which is
warranted to be Fresh anid of the best quality.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, October 12 tf 39J
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of John
Falkner, dee'd., are earnestly regnested to
mmake patymenit by the twenty-ifthm (25) instant; amid
those having demands to presenit thiem properly at'
estd by that tie, omlierwviso they positively will
be rejected, as thme business nf the Estate mast be
closedt. W. J. FA LKNER, Bxors
D J. QU.TA'TLEIUUM.
B YVirtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright, Esq.
Ordinary of Edgeflield District, I will offer for
Sale on MONDAY the. 19th of DECEMBER
next, and the days following, at the Ninety-Six and
Hickory Grove Plhntations, of the late N. L. GRIF
r1m, Esq., three and five miles respectively South of
Ninety-Six Depot, on the Greenville and Columbia
Rail Itoad, the 1'ersoial Estate of the said deceased,
not ftherwise disposed of by Order of the Court of
One Hundred and Fifteen Negroegs.
An uncommonly prime and likely lot-among
them 45 or 50 fellows and boys-about 75 or 80
liands-2 Plantation Blecksmiths-and no Negroes
of advanedil age.
Forty Head of M1ules and Horses,
Two Ymkes of Oxen,
100 Ilend of choiee Cattle of improved breeds,
SEVENTY HEAD OF BAKEWELL SHEEP,
Forty or Fifty head fattened1 Hogs, some valuabbi
Four Giu-ITends, three Road Wagons, three PIan
tittion Wagens. two Sets of Blacksiith Tools,
Plantation Tools of all kinds. Iousehold
and Kitchen Furniture,
5,000 Bushels of Corn,
FODDER, PEAS, OA T S, <-c., tj-c.
The Sae will begin at tie Ninety-Six place,
where the NegrOes will be sold.
T'1.11s (I S..-All su.s of and under $42M
Cash. Over that snm and Iof :md under *1 0C
twelve months credit with interest from dav of sale,
Over the latter sitin, Twit Years Credit with interelt
from same date, with note and two approved sure
ties to secure the purchase money.
M. L. BONIIAM, ADM'ott.
November 2 7t 42
B Y Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright
Orlimiy of E dgefie-ld Distriet, we m ill sell i
the late residence of . - M. h.imbeeker, dee'd., (a
Friday the 16th Decembi r next, the 6illowing per
sonal property of said deceased, consisting of
SIXTEEN LIKELY NEGROES,
Anong which tire some valuable field hanls, Cookf
and Washers,--Corn, Fodder, I lorses, Cows, I lgs
illousehold and Kitchen Furniture, and Otlier arti
eles too tediens to im-ntion.
T.atss-AII sums under five dollars Cash. All
over that amount it a credit of twelve niontlis willi
interest from date. I'irchasers to give boid witli
JAS. S. STIADRACK, Adi
J. S. LUMBECKER.
Nov 30 3t 46
311E Subscriber will offer sale at her residence
Lthree miles North (of Liberty Hill, on tie IGl
of December, the following property, viz:
Five YOue Mles, Five head of Horses, larg<
lot of Cori, Fodder, Shucks, Peas, &c., a large
Stoek of-HOgs, Cattle, Two fine l oke of Oxen
large Rtoad Waggont and hrness, Ox Cart, one
ew Giii, BIleksomith Tools, Platitation Tools
I lousehold and Kitchen Furniture, &C.
A Iso, at the same time aml pplace will he olTered
FIFTEEN LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES
Ten (if whiel are numbier one field I:imds.
Triues.-Suis of atl under S20 esh-aovie
lhat amiount twelve montIscredit with interest froni
the day of sal-. Purchasers to give iotes with twc
Nov 30 3t 46
BY Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright, Esq.
.Ordinary tif Eigefield District, I shall pro.
ered to sell. at the fate residence of .Attieus Tucker,
e'd., on Tuesay the v th of )ecettber next, all
tl personal property of said dee'd., coisistiig (ot
the followinug prepi-rty. viz:
44 Likely Young Negroes,
Tirfy-fistr of whtom are boys anud f, llowvs, twenty
fve Alntie5stand Horses, a large stock of Cattle anml
175 B.\LES OF COTTON,
Two Thiousanud Bushels of Corn,
Fodder andim Oats, one R,,:ad Wagoni, Ox Cart. eone
ott Caurrinece as gooud as new, I louschmld ande
Kitchen Fur nilture, PIlantation, Tools, and ttiaty
ether thiing:: toa tedious to met(ntiont.
TI'ni~s oF-SAtis.--Un a credit of twclve nmnts.
-L.\N D)ON Tr CCK E R, A dm'or.
Nov. 16 -4 45
BY Virtue of an Order fromn II. Tr. Wright
BEsq , Ordinaty of Emigelkid District, wewi
proceedl to sell at the residentce of the late W.V 'l
Titmmermtatn, decensed, 'en .Motnday the 19t Delll
Lt-embelr ttext, the following petrsotal properly o'
s~id dee'd., viz:
Nine Prime Negroes.
As likely a1 gani as will hbe fotiud-comiprising field
hmandes, Conok<, Washeltr antd Irotner, ke.
Two ILer.s two .ihufes, stick of Cattle atnd
1o s, pre-usm-lt ye::rs crop eol Cotrti Foddeer and
Oats.oe Ilarottche, onte Itoad Watgonl, I Iouseldm
anl Kitlihen Furnitumre, P'lanitationt Tools, and othiet
articles nuot neeswrv to mentiomn.
T-rt.-.' eredit of twelve months. All sumi
undter .I10 enilh.
WlLL.\uM BRiD. \dm'tors.
RI-ElECC.\ Tla.\l~lRMiAN. ) '
Nov. 16; 5t -h4
Executor's Sale !
I WTLL proeed to sell ait the bate residlence o
Ai rs. L. A. Hobbs, dee'd., ont Tuesdaty the 20t11
Decemiber next, the f- iiowinig propjerty, beloniging~
to th sad deceased, viz:
One Pine Car-riage,
Unn~sehtold andm Kitchen Furniture, Coirn, Cattle
utd various eother articles.
Also, T WO ORl TritiuE LIK ELY NEOROFS
-s<.ll to paty the debts of the Estate.
Termos imade knownl ont any of sale.
. JAs. S. Jl.\ItIilSON, )
1R. P. JIARIII1SUN. j Ex'ors.
Nov. 16 5t 44
B Y Virtue oCf an Ordler from Jr. T1. Wright, Esq
Oreditnary eof Edgeifield Distr-ict, I shall pro.
eedl tee sell at the r-esidence of Jlesse Limobeeker,
de'd., on Thotrsdlay the 22dl intst., the pecrsomnal pro
perty of .\itchell WVells, deeensmiem cosistintg of
One Horse andi JHuggy, R~oad Wesggmt, antd other
ittfies limt niecessary teo mnetion.i
Tsami.--Twvelve tmohs cr-edit with note ande
two goiod securities.
CHIESLEY WELLi, Admi'or-.
SDecc t 47
B)Y Virtue of all Ormder from Hetnry T. Wright.
?Esqj., Ordinary of KElgelield District, I will sell
at the late residenee euf Willi:nn liiisev. dee'd.,- ont
Mlitday the 19th day of D~ecember, itnst., aill the
perso:d piroperty of said dleeensed, emsisting eof
TEN LIKELY NEGROES,
tok of Hoerses. Cattle, Hloga, Ceurn, Fodder, Cot
totn, Plantatiott Tools, Ilouseholdl alim Ktite fur
itit tre, &c.
Tntas.-All sums tunder- $10 to be paidl in enshI.
All sums of ten diollars and ov-etr ott a credit of
twelve months from eday tof sale, to lie secured by
note nilh at least, twvo approved secur-ities.
JOSEPH B. T.\LLEY,
A dm'or De bonus non.
Dee 7 2t 47
LL Persons indebted to the late William Thus
? sey's Estate, previouts to the sale, are earnest
ly requested to make payment to the Undersigned
by the first day of Janiuary next.
JOSEPHI 1U. TALLEY,
Adm'ior. de bonus non.
Dcc 7 t -47
BY~ Virtue of an Order from the Ordinary, I will
proced to sell on Friday thte 23dl iee inst., ni
the late residence of Win. 11. 'less. Jhr., deed., the
plersonal piropierty of said deceased, consistintg of
Houseold atid Kitchent Furniture, Stock of Hoerses,
Jmgs ande Cattle, Cmorn, Fomdder, &c., ke.
Taas-Credit unitil 25ih Decc. 1854, with note
und approved sureties. Sums under five dlmlar,
ensh. WM1. 1. 310SS, Adumr.
Deec 7 3t 47
I s TIER ERY given to all pet-sons indebted to thn
Estate of Edmnde Boyd, de'. to inke im
mediaite pay metft, and thoese htaviing dema~nds againsi
th fe said Estate, will rcelder theri ini pit-eperly atite'ted
J1 AS. & T AND)Y ]3OYI, Rxrs.
CONSTANTLY OI HAN
I AM NOW receiving my usi
FALL AND WI
To which I respectfully invite t
and the Trading Public.
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 12,
CORNER KING AND WENT WOR'J
COL'D FIG'ED DE TON SILK, at 87J cts.
Argentine Striped Silk, wide, at $1.
Black Silk, at. 62j, 75 and 871 cents.
Extra wide Black Silk, with rich lustre, at $1.
RICH BROCADE DE TOUR, Satin finish,
Persian Ca.shmeres, Beautiful designs, 376 ets.
Musliti DeLaines, 123 and 25 cts., new paittern,
200 Pieces CALICO, at 64 ets-worth 10 ets.
YARD WIDE MAZARINE BLUE and Black
VELVET, f'or Mantillas,
Velvet Trimmings, Galloon Dress Trimming.
S TANDING COLLARS.-150 Dozen GENI
dawaged in shidping, at $1,50, worth and u
300 LONDON BLANKETS, at S1.
Lot of Servants' Blankets, slightly stained in
shipping, will be sold low,
300 Pair 3 Points Mackinaw Blankets,
Fine Bath Bed Blankets,
Charleston, Nov 12 FOGARTIE 4
SELLING OFF AT
ACTUAL COST, FOR CASH!
'E Undersuined having determined upon a
i change in their business, offer their ENT'1IRE
Actual Cost, for Cash Only!
Their Stock comprises a large and .plendid as
Rich Dry Goods, Groceries,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., &c.
All those who dlesire to get GOOD BAR
GA INS, will do well to call ealy.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Edgeieid, Oct. 3, 16->3. :hn 38
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &c,
T'l I E Subscribers wouldl called at
tetition to their Splendid assurtment of
P I A N F o R T E 3,
Of 6, 61, 6R and 7 Octaos from the eelebrated
alanufaetories of BAcos & i.vrx, JAZFTOs &
inos. and A. 11. CALE & Co., of New York.
These are tiielc from the best and thoroughly sea
sioned mater:als. with all the latest improvements,
and11 are NA l1ANTEJD tatand the various
ehiances of thi- elimate-and fur equa!ity and sweet
ness oft tone ellmn it lhe surpawed.
Theiir BOOK and STATION ERIY departnment
consists of a good assos ttmett of
School and Miscellaneous Books,
A nd all the Cheap literature, as soon as published,
as well as a large and well seleeted Stock of Stat
ITheir Stock oif PRINTED) AlUSIC is the largest
in the State, consistinig of all the popular Songs,
Waltzes, .\arches, Variations. &c.
ll7 New Mn.ie received every week.
They also keep atn elegant assmortmnetnt of the fol
fmsving instruimnts on hatnd viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clari
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLACEOLETS, BANJOS
I Accordcouts, Tamtborines,
Also, an asrtnment of .ln.'ieal Merelmandize,
117 Au nass'.rtment of superior Violin and Guisir
STR INGS. :mhways itt handl.
A ll due al mire articles w ill be sold fur Catsh or
ood p'aper, by ~ lEO. A. O.\TES & UROS.
I Broad Street, Augnsta, Ga.
Nov 9. tf - ~ -42
New Fall and Winter Goods,
mXXJER3 & WARR~li
IIJ AV E .Just received, at their store, Corner op
iuecposait the .\ansion Iemuse, a large anid coin
pkeStock of FALL AND WINTfER GOODS,
1troe:mile and1 le Plaid SJILKS,
ltr'.ende anid Striped Blaek SIILKS,
E~mtbroideredl Merinuo Robes,
IRicht Figured Cashmuere" andi D'Laines,
Plain French andl Enuglishm'Merinios,
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article ine "hildrn's
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladies'
Super. White Gatuze and Welth Flannels,
Black Alpacea and Canton Cloths, for Ladies'
Blaek Chally, D'Lainecs and Bombazines,
.French, Enuglish antd Attierican PRINTS,
French Ci EMIZETTES and SLEEVES,
Collars ; Worked Wands:;
ill uslin, Elgitngs andi Insertings: Trish Linents;
D~amask,Table Cloths. '[able Napkints and D~oyles,
12--1 Heavy llarnisley'Shieetintgs,
Together with a fine Stock of SATTINETS,
Kentneky JEKANS, CLOT118, CASS1.IlERES
We respiectfully solicit a call fronm our friends
ad customers, atud persons vi.-itinug the city would
do well to give us a look before purchasing.
Augusta. Oct 12 Gum 38
Rich Carpets and Curtain
SN W E N &,- H E AR, have received
Rilt Tfapestry Velvet Carpets, of tnew and splendid
Eglish Brussels Carpets, of rich and elegantt styles;
Superior Tapestry Brussels and Venetian Carpets;
Superior higrain and Three Ply Carpets ;
Prited Floor Baizes, by the yard, anid i a patterns
Carpets, for Halls and Bed Rooms, at very low
Superior white Embroidered Lace and Muslin Cur
Rich colored Damasks, for Window Curtains;
French Window Shuades. of elegant designs; -
Curtain n ds ;rich Cornices ; Brass and Plated
Furniture Dimnities and Cotton Fainges, a large
Fretch Printed Table Covers, of extra size atnd
To all of whieh they respectfully inuvite the at
tention of the public.
Nov 23 If 45
~R EAD !
ATL Persons indebted to the Firmi of BUSIINRLL
A& W irr, either by Note or open A ccont are
ttus publicly notified that they miust make prepara
tions to settle up by the 1st .January 1854, other
wvise they will be sued indiscrimitnately.
BUSHNELL & WITTr.
Nov 30 tf 46
ALL~T Persons inudebted to the Estate of Abram
IKilerense, dee'd., will please tmakc immediate
payment. Thelse having detnands will piresent thema
poperly attested for paymnt.
D). J. GILCHRIST, Adm'r.
n.cl n f 4
fl&STLL L RECEIVIN' G_
ial supply of GOODS for the
lie attention of the Community
W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, PARK Row.
PII STREETS, CINARLESTON S. C
SUPER BLAIK TAFFETA SILK,
Black Satin Du Chene Levateen Silks.
FOGARTIE & DELAND
ENG LISH CHINTZES, 12 and 25 ets.
4.4 Rich Fia'd Crimson Curtain Chintz, 12) efs.
7-8 Wide Iobed Chintz, at 12j-worth 25.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
PLAIN BLACK VELVET RIBBON,.
Colored Wave Worsted Braid.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
'S. 3 PLY STANDING COLLARS, slightly
sually sold at $3 per dozen.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
WHITNEY BLANKETS, fine quality,
250 Pair Hotel Blankets, at a bargain,
Kerseys. at 16 Cents,
Extra Georgia Kerseys,
Grey Plains, at 371 cents.
DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
TIE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between,
the Undersigned, is this day dissolved by Mu
The name of the Firm will be used by either par
ty in liquidation. The Books and Notes will- be
kept at their Old Stand. SALE & LARK..
August 10th, J853.
lATE Have this day associated ourselves together
V for the purpose of doing a
General Grocery Business,
Under the Firm of LARK & BUCKM ASTER, at
the Old !tmld of .SALE & LAIic, where we shall
endeavor to deserve a continuance of the very libe
ral patronnge heretofore extended to the Late Firms
of SALE & l.AIu, and of JEFFEtS, COTHRAN & Co.
LARK & DLCKMASTER.
August 10th, 1853.
BEING compelled by ill health and the ircreaso
ot my individual business to withdraw from
the Firm of SAL. & LARK, I take this opportunity
to return my most grateful thanks to my friends
ind eustoiner. for their patronage so -liberally bes
towed, and to commend to their favor and patron
age the New Firm of LARK & BrcIC.tsrt.
Att 10. 1S53. 3m 44,
For the Planters!
100UUU000 ~.Ktlwl' lA
T0 ]Ibls. Kettlewells CITEMICAL SALS,
39 " Pure ground PLASTER.
The above celebrated ?lannures for sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
ITamnburg, 2Nv 1 4, tf . .44
Ef The Lamrensville IHerald. Independent Press
andl Andlerson Gazette will copy the aboive four
timieti. and forward biils to J. S. & SON.
J. A . GU R LEY,
P ESPECTFUTLLY informs his friends in Cat-oli
.Lna that lhe has removed frorn llamburg to Eu
gusta, Ga., South side of Broadl Street, one Squar
above the Lower Silaiket, nemtly opposite the Eagle
& Phaixi, at the sign "VARIETY STORE,"
where he will be haplpy to tee his old friends, and
by fair denling merit a euntinunt'on of that pa:t
r.,nage heretofore so liberally bestowed.. llis Stock
consists in part of ani extentsive variety of
Sneh as Tubs of all kinds, PBuekets; Churns,- Pails,
Keelers, Wash Boards, Trays, ke., &e.
Tirn Ware of all Kinds,
Philadelp1hiat Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Kettles, Snue
Pans, Smtoothing Irons, Shiovel and Tongs, Fire
I )'g, Sifrers, Fry Panis. Fine Pocket ;md .Pen
Kntives,1lt.\ZOIIS that ent lie hnat, Tea :lnd Table
Sp'~' oone. trittania and Silver. Table .Knives
andl Fiarks, Cadle Sticks, P'ad Locks. Shoe Taeks,
&e., &c. Also ai varied asortnent of.
J A PAN W A RES
T.etter and Cnyape~hir, Waifers, Pins, Needles,
lloks andi~ E~yes. Port .Monies an assortmecnt fromt
15 ets to S5 each, Silk and TIhread Purses,
SUSPEl\'DERS, HOSE ATiD HAI.F HOSE, GLOVES,
Silk Mitts, &c.
A complete assortment of the BEST PERFUY- -
MERY, SOA P'S, &c., direet fr'.m J1 eLKs ]IArtL.
SICOE S, HIATS AYID CAPS, -
Musical Instruments, Toys,
And in fact muany other articles not enuinerated
here. Also, " VIRGINIA TO]1ACCO!' always
to b~e found here cheap by the Box or otherwise.
EM Call and see J. A. G U R LEY,
155 Droad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept. 5. tf 34.
Chapman's Ootton Gins!
W E still make these best of COTTON GINS, -
V at our old stand. We w arrant them to give
satisfactiotn, which they never fail to do.
All orders thankfully received and profiiptly at
Persotns who find it more convenient will plcase
inquire oif alr. L~oo 11 i.1,, Edgeliehal C. II., who
will keep on hand one or miore of these Gins for
sale. Address CIIAP'MAN & SONS,
Coleman's X Rtoads, Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 15 t f.5
Admuin s ator's Notice.
A LL Persons indebted to the late N. L. Grifmi,
E~i~q., at his death are urgently reqjuested to
make payttent before the 1st February next,- ;s
after that date all unsettled deamands will crtainly
be put in suit.
The Undersigned is compelled to colleet these
ducs meet the demands againist the Estate-thto
proceeds of the .sales not beitg tivailabile fat' at least
one year from the 19th of Dee. 18~53.
M. L. I30.N HA M, A din'or.
Nov 30 9:_ ____ J 4
For Sale or' Rent.
..A Well bnilt and very comifortable LAW
!LOFI'CE, near the Court hiihse, with two
Roomns. and a lire place to each. Apply at this Office
Oct!12 . 12t 39
ITISIIING to invest money exteusively in Dlal.~
TVRoad and other Stocks/ I .take the shortest
way of giving timely notice to all indebted to me,
.tha't they must make their mionied arrangements to
meet their obligations by or before the first of .Jan
uary 1854. WV. B. DORN.
Nov 16 5t 44'
A LL. Persons indebted to me by Judgcment,
- Note or Account, are thus timely notified tat
longer indulgence must not be asked nor expected,
for it CAN NOT ho granted.
W. P. BUTLER.
Nov 23 tf 45
A LL Persons indebted to the Estatte of Joshua
.IH amtmond, Sr., dee'd., are requested to pay
upj by the 10th dlanuary 1S54, and those havitng
claimsn against said Estate, will render ini their Ac
counts by thtat timo, as I intend then to-eclose upsai&
Estate. JAS. REYNOLDS, Adtn'r.