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(LATE SALEs.A N FOa YEAKLE, CObD AND Co.)
WhIOLESALE DEALER IN
FANCY SILK NILLINERY GOODS,
211 BALTIMORE STREET-UP STAIRS,
B,.tween Ligit and Charles Sts.,
H.\S on hand and will be receiving constantly
throu-h the season, NEW GOODS
tICI F.\SilIONABLE FANCY SILK MILI
NERY GOOD)S. Mlv Stock of Rich Ribbons,
c(olpjris.-s every variety of the latest and tot beau
I eltir my Goods for net cash, at lower prices
than any crelit I louse can afford.
All persons will find it greatly to their interest
to reserve a portion of their money, and make se
lections from my great variety of Rich Cheap
RIlIlIONS for Bonnets. Caps. Sanhrs, &c.
Bonnet SILKS, SATINS, VELV ETS,
Crapes, Lisses, Tarletons, LA undations,
B]aalds, Illusions, anol IEibroilered Lice for Caps
French and Am. rican Fleewers,
French lace., En.clish. A mer:c-m and Italian
S1R'. W IONN E.TS ani T .IM\ INGS, together
with every article in the Mi:nery line.
- hiltiiore, Feb 25, ft 7
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.
COMMISSIONER FOR THE DIFFERENT STATES,
- 1i7 LI5oInw.AV, NIew on.
jLL. alw, in cuinection with eminent counsel.
transaet any business before the United
States $u,,remae Court, Congress, Executive lDe
partmnets, Pensions, Patent, Extra pay and Bounty
Land Olliers, at Wash.ngt:en, D. C.
All -bgiinesw faithfu.ly .id expediti.mfsly attended
to. Importers, Inventors and (iannants are inte
rested in calling as above.
1775 Pensions, Bounty Lands, &c.
By an A.et of Congress, approud February 3,
1853, all widows of Revo.u ina.try oflcers and sol
diers are entitl.-d to " Pens.on for Life." of the same
tmount their husbands drew or would have drawn,
had they applied.
Ieretofore none were entitled only married prc
vious to January, IS00.
-- Five yeags additional Pension" is erantel un
der the above Acts to widows and orphans who
have $een pensioned under AcntS of .lu1y 2 , I8-1,
and Feb. 22, 1I-14. And a0l widows ant orlhals
(under sixteen) are now entitled to live veirs' pen
sion, where their hu:,bands or fathers d:eadin s rvie
in the war of I b,12. or in any war since I V'J0, or
who die. after diachare, of wounds received or
disease contracted in said service.
Every officer and soldier who has (at any time) I
* been wounded, or in any way disabled, while in
the service or the United Stt-s and in the line eef
is duty, is entitled to pension for life, according to
the degree of disability.
BoesrY LAaus-Every officer and soldier who
have.lerved as long its -tnile mouth" in any war of
the United States since 17111, is now entitled to land,
if he has not received it.
Parties in every part of the 'n:ted States (or
elsewherej having cains for lanJ, or pension (",r
chaims of any kind) fur their own service, or the
service of a relative will have them promptly and
pr.operly attended to Iy addr. sailg as above, incst
peaid. Write part-eulars in full.
Washington City.-Ilon. .lem-rson Davis, Uion.
Rob.-rt .leClclland, .lion. R. H. Gillet, lion. .. W
McCullnek, Gen. R:. Armstrong, Mvisrs. Corcoran
New York..-Hlon. lohn A. Dix, lTon. ). S.
Diekinson, lion. Luther Bradish, lIon. A. Van
JIlinois.-Hlon. S. A . DeutIs.
C'alifornia -lon. W. al. Gw~u.
Georgia.-Ilon. ilowell Cobb.
Okio.--leen. Tfhmomas Cerwin, lion D. T. Disney.
Losiiana.-Col. A rold lIharris.
South Carolina.-.Cni. .\. C. St. Illammtond.
Mlaryland.-il En. R. 31. leI.anet.
Indiana-llon. W. H. Brown.
Wisconsin.-Illou. J. 11. Mttcy, MT. J1. Thomas.
Texas.- Hon. Sam I louston. Antd others.
Feb:15 3t 7
Columbia & Hamburg R. Road.
INTOTICE~ is bereb.y givenl thatt the Rioukas to re
ee'.ve Stub.<eriptom of Stock to the Columbia
ad 1Ihambutrg [Rail Reoad, will be ee-nd at thle rol.
huewinag placce, on the FOURThl fIOND'AY in
March niext. ,tm~d kept open for sixty days thereafter.
The Comminissi~ners appeinted will please open
Books ini fniodance with the feoregoing.
A t Caiumsbia-d1as. S. Scott, C. R. Bryce, Win.
A t Lexington-Joh~ln Fox, Leroy IHendrix, A. II.
At the Ridge, EFldtefield District-.1. C. Ready,
.At Edacttiel. Court. .louse-S. Chriy, Rt. T.
N~imso. S. F. Goo h le.
A t I lamhurg-C. Uammond, E. J. Buckmaster,
J. W. Steekes.
Atne give edue notice of the sp'ecifie loention sc
lected for the purpose. J1 AS. S. SCOTT.
Chair'n CE!nozbi.l Commnissiesners.
Feb 22 Gt Ii
A Plenty for All!
)LENTY of god -Heel-room,-Plenty of good
..Fare-l.nty of hiie water-l'lenty of erery
thing needed in a 'iub'ie Heonse., at the P'LA N
Ti~les llOTE;L, just re-openeed and under the
B. J. R YA N,
'W~ho promises to do his best teowardls giving satis
f.uetien tee a!l who maytl call at his Ilinse.
hiis Stablcs tire properly preovided, ad no mnn's
li-rse shall suffer for want of preven.ider or from
lack of attention.
Respetltly soliciting ni share of public paitron
.ege, the subscriber sigins his namae.
B. J. RY AN.
Edlgefieled, Jan 17, 1.54. tf I
.Augusta & Waynesboro Re.Road
,r 11lE PASSENGIERS Tfrain een thec Atncusta &
LWyneboer Rail Reand, wvill. ti'l furtheer neutice.,
'leave the A ugusta lDelNet dlylV at 5 o'clck P. MI.,
.coninectinig at Mlien wIth the D~ily Manil Train tee
MaNlego, Miliz'dgevvile, ()gletheorpe, Columibus and
-Savaninahi. No detention eon any part of thle R..ute.
These Cars coinneet at Oglethorpe with Daily
.Sta-.e Lines to I.Tlahasee, Flit., and Eufanha, AIla.
Ahao, at Satvanniah w ithi the East Flerida Steamers.
For thzrough Tickets or further iint-rmatieon apply
:tee J. N. R E E\'ES, AGKNT-.
Feb20 4t . 6
House of Entertainment !
SH E Subscriber, atfter returning his thanks fer
.Lthe etotragement heretofeere besto~wed on
him, respectfully infeorms his friends that he will
aain open. during Court, tnt his old stiaund (in the
Dwelling beloew the Steam Mlill) a 11OUSE OF
ENTERTAIN MENT, whmere Board and Lodging
,en be had on the most satisfueteiry aned tneonmmo
.diating termis. G. BROA DWATERI.
Feb22. St 6
To the.Stockholders of the Edgefield Odd
Fellows' and Masonic Building Associa
GrsI~ar~u: Our Building is commenced, and
from the energy displayed by the Workmen, we
nmy sorn expect to see it above the surfree.
A pavment will soon be due the Contraetors.
Tou will therefore please pay in to J. B. SULLIVAN,
'T'reasurer, your Second Instalment of 10 per cent,
.as early as possible.
Mr. A. R Ast5reY is the authaorized A gent of the
onnpany, to receive hiustalmecnts andl take audditional
Stock. Please take due notice and govern yotur
A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
F.eb 22 tf 6
-- To Rent,
r[ H E Room at present octupiced by Mr. Lod Hill
I.as a Dry' Goods Store. In imy nbsence apply
to JT. A. Williams. S. CH RISTI E.
Dec 28 tf50
P ER~SONS indebted to the Aasigned Estate of
Jolm Lyon will please take notiee that their
.Accounits nod Notes are in the hands of W. W
Aedams for collectieen. Those who are desirous of
saving cost ill enall imimediaetely.
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Jan 11. tf - 52
W. F. PRATT & CO.
Wholesale & Retail Druggists
NO. 2, MOLLY:ON ROW,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
KEEP constantly on hand a large and complet
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
. Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, lrushes, Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
Surgical Instruments, &C., &C.
lleing asociated with the largest Drug House ir
the State. we can cell Goods upon BETTER
TERMIS than :nv louse out of Charl-ston.
V lthysie:ans and P'lanters will find it to their
interest to give us a cll.
All articles wnrranted to give satisfietion.
li Orders antdri 5sed to W. F. PaArr & Co,
will meet prompt attention.
Feb 2t1 Im
Popular Trade, Popular Goods,
A NEW STORE & NEW GOODS
T IE Subscribers, fran the City of New York,
intend:ng to locate pernmnently in Augusta,
beg leave to inform the public that they have open
ed in the Store recently occupied by Messrs. AL
naucu & ttavAI. (as a Shoe Store) on
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE THE MASONIC HALL,
A large and well selected Stuck of NEW and
FASIION A BLE
Fanily Dry Goods,
Which, being bought within the last fiftecn'days,
in the City of New York, far Cash, upon a dccli
ning market, wi.l be sod LOWER than similar
totls have ever been otfer.-d in Georgia.
being thortintably acquainted with the Northern
M1arkets. and having made arrangements i New
Yok by which they will be in receipt of NEW
00 DS by every Steamer, and intending to keep
mnd tee sell them at POPULAR PRICES. they
respectfull, solicit a call front the Citizens of Edge
ield and the surrounding Distriets. to examinetheir
Statek. WARD & BURCHARD.
Augusta. Feb. 15 ly 4
'11lE Name of SALAMANDER waq first ap
.piied to Willer's Patent, and introduced by
te Subscriber in 1$40, who in 1844 purchased the
right to n:itufaetur.. The superiority of Hlerring's
(Wa ter'e) SALAMANDER SAFES -over all
thers, induced many to infringe upotn the patent
right by using the composition ; others .nore can
tous, atnd to evade a lawsuit, titde an inferior arti
cle. imaitating the exterior in form, style, color of
painting, and attaching the name "Salamander,'
-m"Rproved Sa!anander," " Fire Proof Salanman
der,' ' The Gennttie S;damnander," &c., &c., and
have succeededh in palming tiff some of the spurious
Salammanders a< genuine. Those wanting the origi
n:l Samaanautd.r manufnecured by the Subscriber,
.hould take the precaution to see that they have
uton'them : mietal plate--" Silas C. Herring. Ma
ker,"-all such being the genuine (Wilder's Patent)
a!amander. or Ilerring's lmjproved Patent Cham
pion Safe. which received the medal at the- Great
World's Fair, an1 which Inave never failed to pre
serve the eonta-nts in ease of fire. Purchasers c-t
elect fruims the largest asortuent in the world, by
caling at the sale rooms of
SIL.AS C. TIERR ING.
135, 137, and 139 Water, cor. ot l'ine Sts.
N. J.-Cilled iron safes, with powder prooaf
tctks immnufnetured expre taly for banks, jewellers,
arkers nd others requiring scurity from, rogues.
ank v:mit dooatrs on hand, and made tat ordler. All
the nmost celt'h ratedl locks faor sale at maanufactturers
prees. &Lcondl hanad safes ufor sale at leass than half
AgentN' for HIerringu's Safes-onsy
A n K..- P'h.ndt'lphia. Pa-: IL. 'MCtANnr~tsu, Rich
nnl\' t l I eav II. WnIL.t~ux, Charle'stton. S. C.:
-'~ancmc & It.t., Samvannahm. (Ga: G so. WV. SfER,
N ew Orleans, La.; Wx V. 1Bln & Co., Motbile,
keh 15 6t 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
John L. Gibson,
Franices M. Gibson,.
A mbarose G ibsotn, Bilfor Pariion.
Elizabteth Gibomn, (
Damvid Gibsaon, I
-Suirnh A. G'ibsaon &
Lucian Gib-on. J
BY Virtume of anm Order from ?hnn. WVAnnD
B LAw in thaisenuimae, I will Proceed to sell at
the late residettce of Jnahn Gib~son, deceased, on
Saturday thet 11th s.f March next, the following
ral est:'te of which said Gibson died, seized
and possessed, viz7:.
A Traet of Land. containing one hiundred
tnd twenty-eight (128) aeres, mitre or less. ly'
ing on West Brandh in the District and State
Anoather Tract,econtaining two hundred and
ihtv (:!8t0) :teres, :adjtiiig landa of N'ancy
Gion,.. G. Rutherford and others, anid ittua
ted in this District likewise.
A third Traet conttaining sevent y-two (72)
acres, situnt ed as the foregiting, and bounded by
hinds of .J. G. Rutherford, J. M. WVatkins and
A Fcourth Tract, containing three hundred
and filteen (315)necres, more o'r less, situate at
the foregoinag and adjoining hinds of Bud C
Mat his and othmers.
And a fifth Tract, situate as the foregoing, te
be described nmore partieularly on day of sale.
These Lands wijI be sold on a credit of one
two, three and four years, in equal instalmnents
with interest on the whole from and after th.
~xpirat ion of one year fronm the day eaf sale.
Purchasers will be required ti give boni
with apaproved stnrelies to secure the purchasa
manor-. Two thirds oaf the whole coats of thi:
suit w'ill he required in cash.
These latnds are well situated on the nmos
propronirits aide of the District, and otught ta
A. SDIaKlNS, C. E. E. D.
Fib 14 4t 5
New Goods !---All New !
r IE Subscribecrs are now~ opening at Winte
Seat in Edlgefield District. a LAltGE an
SPLENDID ASSOltTMENT of
Besides a full suppmly of all- other kinds of Good
usually kept in the back-country of the State. The;
have jutst begun. a joinit business and ,menn to giv
emtire satisfnetio'n, if sneh a thing be posible. Thei
ters will be enaah or credit to suit purchasers,
liberal discount fair cnsh of course.
The subscribers ask a share oaf patrnatge from th
liberal petople of the two Districts of Edgefield an
IA bbeille, and from all others passing their way
They intend ,to be hiospitablet to strangers, while al
in all to homne-folks.
.T. L. TIARMON.
Jan 4 ' tf 51.
gg indlependent Pre.s and Abbeville Banne
copy until co~untermnanded.
New Fall & Winter Goods.
T IIE Subscriber begs leave to oflfer to his eust
mnerst and friends, a very.
Select stock of Dry Goods,
Tn all of its varieties which he htas selected wit
great care in the best Northern hMrkets: such al
New Yormc and Boston, and which he thinks is we
adapted to thme Fall and Winter trade.
-- A L SO -
A good Stock of all other articles usually kept 1k
the use of country trade; all otf which wall be sol
low for Caslh, or on accommodating terms to put
The very highest Market price will be paid fi
Cotton and other produce in exchange for Go-ds.
M. W. CLARLY.
Sept 28 1853 tf 37
Hamburg & Edgefield P'k Roac
T H E PLANK ROA D from Hlamburg to Edgi
L field is no w coinpleted and open for the publ
OctS H. A . KIENR ICK, Pres.
- I~fE Subscribers are still SELLING GREA'I
I BARGAINS. Among their Stock is some
Sprinug & Sumnmer-Goods.
Those in want will do Will: by calling ,eoon.
WILLIAMS & CURISTIE.
Feb 22 2t 0
ON' 'TUESDDAY aftet sale day next, we will sell
our remaining Stock at A UCTION. The
Sale to continue front day to ay until ALL is sold
WILI.IAMS & CHRISTIE.
Feb22 2t ->
A LL Persons indebted to us are expected to cal
iand pay up or make satis itetory arrangements.
After the first Monday in A pril next, all debts un
der a Magistrate's jurisdiction, will be placed in the
hands of one for culleetion.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Feb22 5t 6
Staple Dry Gpods !
WILL AII SHEAR, Augusta, Georgia
W lhas received fromt New York, a very large
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Suitable for finnily use, among which are
New York Mil's, and Water Tw:st Shirtine;
White Rock and Revere Mills undressed Bleached
Shirtings, a superior article for Ladies use:
Extra 12-4 llamilton Bleached Slectings and Pil
low Case Cottons;
Unbleached Cott.an Shirtings and Sheetings, of su
perior style and quality ;
Superior 12-4 Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Lon Lawns;
Extra quality 10 4 )ame-.sk Diapers ;
superior Bleached and Unbleaehed 8-4 Table Dia
Superior Damask Table Cloths, of extra size and
Birds-eye and Scotch Diapers, and Danask Nap
Superior liueknhneks, some very heavy and extra
quality, for Towels;
Superior Cambrics, .Jaconets, Swiss, Mull and Nan
sook Muslins ;
Superior Checked and Striped Muslins, and Cam.
bric Dimities ;
Rich . roende and Fancy Silks, for Lndies Dresses;
Superior Btack Figtared Silks, of beautiful styles,
for Ladies Dresses;
Plain Black Sllks, of rich lustre and extra quality;
English and Ameriean Prints, alsree supply;
Superior Fancy and MourninL' Ginehnms;
Superior Black Alpacas and Bl'k Canton Cloths;
1,upin's Jet Black Botmbazines, and Black Chtlly
Superior English and French Black Merinos;
Lupin's Plain Fancy Merinos and DeLaines, of the
most desirable Colors:
Fancy Printed I)eLaines, at very low prices;
Ladies bl'k and colored Cloth and Velvet Cloaks;
Ladies Silk and Merino Vests;
Gentlenens' Merinu and Silk Undershirts and
A complete a'sorttnent of Ladies.' Misses.' Chil
dr,-ns,' Gentletens, and Youths' Hoisery, of
the must approved mnufacture:
Sup'r plain and Damask furniture Dimities and Cot
Rich colored Damasks for Window Curtains ;
Rich Lace and Enbroidered Window Curtains
(some at very low prices:)
Curtain Bands Corniees and French Window Shades
Rich English Brussels Tapestry Brussels and Wil
Sup'r Three-ply and Ingrain Carpets, of new and
elegeat patterns: -
Striped Venetian and othecr low price1 Carpets;
Printed Floor Cloths, in pattternis and by thte yard,
of beautiful styles ;
Augusta Shtirtings and Sheetings. Cotton Osnabturgt
atnd Geor..ia Stripes, at mtanufneturers prices.
Particulatr attention will be given to orders fromi
thte country.uand thte utmost dispateh in furwarding
Goods by Express or otherwise.
Small parcels are frequently sent by mail at less
expense thatn in any other way.
A ugusta Feb. 7 tr 4.
BYV Virtue of writs of Fieri Fateias to me
.-d irectedi, I shall proceed to sell at Edge.
field Court Hotuse, Ont the first Monday int
Maerch next, thme followittg property itt the fol
lowing eases, viz:
Samtuel Brooks vs Ahner Bushtnell ; Mark
Etheredge vs The Sante; Other Plaintiffs v*s
The Satte, One Tract of Land known as the
Mill Trraet, contaitting One Httndred and Seven'
ty-Itree acres, more or less. situtated aboutt three
miles from the Village of Edgefleld, near thte
Phank Road, ndjoitnitng lands ot Mrs. G;riffin,
Amnont Lindsey, Mrs. Blalock and others. Upon
this Tract is a titne STIEA M MlLL~, whticht hats
been recently ereeted. attd is tnow itt good order
and sucessful operatio'n.
Also, One other Tract, known as the residence
Tract, where the Defetndant now resides, con
tainintg Two Hutndred and Forty (240) acres,
tnore or less, situated on the Hantburg and
Edgefield Plattk Roatd, abottt 2b miles from
Edgetield Village. andu adjoining Latds of Rich.
nrd Prescott, A. Lindsey, Ltod lill and others.
Upon thtis Traet is a large litte Dwellittg Hotuse
and Otttbttilditngs in course of erection, attd
Also, One Negro inan Ton, a first rate Coach
Maker and WhIeel WVrightt.
Also, One Negro wotttan Nnney', (the wife of
Tom) an excellent Sentstress, H~ouse Servant,
aind Cook. Very Likely.
Also, Otte Negra matn Gttss, a first rate Cntr.
ringe Trimtmer imtd larntess Maker-as likely
as any in thte State.
Also, Otte Negro matt Steven, an Engineer.
Levi G. Holloway vs. Wm Strom, Sr., Satm
uel C. Strom and Edmtutnd Bloyd. One Tract of
Land, conttittittg three hutndred acres, mere or
less, :tdjoinitng ltnds of L. Reynolds, WVashting.
totn Strom atnd others, levied on as thte property
of Win. Strotn, Sr.
IMary Harden vs. H. P. Snelling, One Sorrel
R. J. Hatnkinson vs. P. HI. Castlhberry, J. J.
Kenttedy attd Wmn. Miller, Two Mttles.
Johtn'Hill, Adtm'or of Henry Cox. deced., vs
Milledge Galphitt and Win. 11. Galphin ;W. H.
Goodrieh vs Mil. Galphitt; Carmichael & Bent1
vs. Thte Satme, Thu followittg Negroes, viz
Moses, March and Nedi.
Matthew Gray and WV. W. Geiger vs. Benj
Beard, Otto Negro Boy Ned.
Johlnst on, Crews &~ Birawley vs WV. J. Tur
ner, Otte Negro Girl Matriaht.
Willitns & Chtristie vs Lewis WV. Holmes
H. C. Turtter vs. Thte Sameo; Othter Plainatifla v
The Samne, Otne Negro Bray Wiley.
IBenj. Etheredge vs Daivid attd James Neal
Willis L. Stone vs. Datvid Neal, One Trtet o
Land,-containting One hundred and fouir neret
more or less, adjoitting latnds of Col. R. B
Botuknightt, Johnt C. Sitmkins, Adam Minick atti
rThe President & Directors of theo Bank a
the State of Souith Carolina vs. Dawson Atkin
sam, Three Negroes, viz: Will, Gilbert an<
IJ. G' 0. Wilkinson vs Washington Freemen
-Abram Adamts vs Thte Same ; oiher Plaintiffi
vs. The Samte, One Traet of Land near Libert
Hill, comntainintg Eighteen acres, more or lest
adjointing Iands of A. T. Traylor, Estate of A
Reynolds, attd others. Also, one Sorrel Mari
and two fine Mules.
LEWIS JONES, a. F.. D.
Veb 11 4te 5
-Florida Lands for Sale I
TIIE Subscriber intending to move, offers fe
.. sale his Lands, lying in Madison Coutnty.
The Tract etints 1175 Acres, more or les:
,500 Aceres of which is cleared atnd utnder fence.
IThtere is a Pitte Settlemetnt on the Tratct, hiavin
a good Dwelling with Seven Roonts, and all nees
sary improvetments, such as Stables, Barns, Crit
Gin House anid Screw, Negro Houses, &c.
,Persons who call soon can get a BA RGAIN.
U Terms made easy.
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
Feb15 tf '
Itanufactuired Tobacco !
JULST Received direct fromi thte Factory, Thtirt
Boxes CHIEWING TOBACCO, comprisitn
Four Choice Brands, viz: Hloncy Dew, Oruonoc
uExtra and Prenmiumn. For sale by the~ Box, or
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call an
samplle before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct'0 tf 4r1
Curryto. Ac afghies'
lIYALE .AlND FEL4LE.
TIE Exeroiscs of these Institutnis will con
- menee on the first Monday in Febrwry 1pnd
tb baperintendence- of Rev. W. H. CHRISTIl
asuisted by Mrs. CJRJSTJE and Miss IIELE]
The Trustees are satisfied from testimonials frol
gentlemen of Alabama, (where ,Mr. Cnnatn II
taught several years) tend also of this State, that I
is well qualified in every respect for the superinter
deice of an Institution. his Atssistants are recoa
mended by the best aud most reliable authority.
Erpenses per Session of five Noith
Primary Department, First Class,....,..,.$6 11
u ' Second - " ...,,..,, J 0
With Ancient Languagesand higher Mate
maties......................... 18 0
Second Departzment ................. 12 0
Third " ......-------...-----15 0
French, Drawing and Painting, each......$10 0
Music, customary prices.
Doard can be had in the neighborhood at Eigl
Dollars per month.
'These Institutions are located an the Plank Ron(
ele'oen mil-s from Ilanburg. A very pleasant an
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
.Tan 18 tf I
LT The Uamburg Republican will copy until foi
bidden, and forward account to It. W.
Dr. M. W. Abney
T. AVING removed into the Village,r for tli
purpose of devoting hiiself.more exclusivel
to his profession, and occupying the residence fim
beyond the litaptist Church on the right, and ad
joi.ing the Male Academy, (the residence fumerl
occupied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C..d
Raymond,) offers his
To the people of the Village and the surroundin
In the day, he enn be fonnd in his Office, adjoir
ing the Offiee of W. W. Anixa, Esq., and in fror
of the present residence of Mr. Geo. A. A ddiso
and at night, he can be found at his dwelling.
. He will give attention at all, times' most punett
ally, to all culls upon him, eitlenfor advice and prc
seriptions, or for personal attendance.
51. W. ABNEY.
Jan lI tf . 52
Grocery and Cotton Busines,
rH E UTdmersigned takes this method of inform
ing his friends and customers, and the publi
generally, -that having recently purchased fror
lesrs. BaIND.T & RosAxOND, the'r entire
Stock of GrOeeries,
Ite is now prepared to carry on the business on th
most liberal terms at their Old Stand, where ie ha
now on hand, and will be constantly receiving
LARGE, FRESH and WELL SELECTE]
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Comprising every article in the line ever called fu
by the Planter,-all of which he will be prepared t
sell on the most reasonable terms.
He will be constantly in the market for Cotta
and other Produce, for which the most liberal pri
ces will be paid. T. B. .JOINSON.
Hamburg, Dec 1.0 3m .48
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
W & J. HILL, Uamburg, S. C., would in
e form their friends and enstomers iltmt the
keep constantly on lund, at their ol Stittd,
LARGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK,coi
sisting in part of the following articles.
FIN E CUTL R Y.
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives an
llrs Scissors, &ce., &c., beth of .Englisht an
Tin and Copper Ware,
Every article of Tin Ware kept always con hans
and orders received for any article that may b
needed in the Copper, Tin, or Sheet Iron ]Une.
A good assortment of Heating and Cooiking Stovel
The latter are reconmmended to Ilousekeepers ft.
neatness and economy.
Guns and Pistols i
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to ver
fine. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allen's Plevolvin
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, cona
SMIT H'S TOOLS.
A large and complete Stock of Smith's Tools, coti
sisting oif Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plattes, Han
ad Sledge Hlammiers, Files, Rasps, &c.
Embreing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Cheseli
A ugers, llamamers, Hatchets, Squares, Comnpasse
A xes, A dxes, &c., &c.
.Spades and Shovels,
Spades and Shovels of thte best qualities. Als<
Manure Forks, Hoes, &c., &c.
CI H A I N S.
Log, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and Ihalter Chaim
Boilers and Caidrons.
A variety of Boilers andl Caldroms, hy the pr Pe
use of which farmers will find a great savingi
feeding Cattlo and Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Sp.iders, Tea Kettles, Wanie rend W:
fer Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Gri.l Irm
Sooting I rons, Norteru'; &c.
300 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an atssori
met of Enaglish and American Horse Shoes, an
lorse Shoe Nails. Coff'ee Toasters, and Cotto
and Wool Cards.
Straw Cutters aund Corn Slaelleri
The moast approved Straw Cutters, and Corn She
lrs, whicht Iamers would find gr,-at economy to usi
CH AIN PUMPS!
Cain Pumps and fixtures-an excellent method ft
drawing water fronm wells.
gg" All the foregoing articles sol on the mno
hlamburg, Oct.26 Gin 41
Tax Collector's Notice.
T WILL attend at the following times and plaec
.Lhereintafter specified, to eollect the Gener:
Poor and Road Tlax fur the year commencing 1
At Stevens' Siore, on Monday, 20th Feb.
"I Moore's, samew-evening, 3 o'clock.
" Shtatterfield, on.Tuesday, 21lst.
"Liberty H ill, same evetng. 3 o'clock.
" Freehtad's, on. Wednesday, 224l.
"~ Parks' Store, same evening, 3 o'clock.
" Rocky Ponls, con Thursday, 23d.
" Mrs. Middleton's, sanme evening, 3 o'clock.
" Maj. S. C. Scott's, on Friday, 24th.
" Red Hill, same evening. 3 o'clock.
" Cheathnm's Store, on Saturday, 25th.
" S. C. Strom's, same evening 3 o'clock,
" WV. S. Smyley's, on Tuesday, 28th.
" Ridge, sattae evening, 3 o'clock.
" L1 ybrand's, on Wedntesday, 1st Mare
" Hatcher's, on Thtursday, 2d.
I " Graniteville, same evening, 3 o'clook,
-" Bentch Islantd, on Friday. 3d..
I " hamburg, on Saturday, 4th.'
" Edgefield C. TI. on ionday, 6th.
. ' " at , ori Tuesday, 7th.
" Mnj. Allen's, on Wedntesday. 8th.
" Richtardsoti's, same evening 3 o'clock.
"Mt. Willintg, oat Thursday, 9th,
" Norris' Store, oni Frtday, 10th.
" J. Wise's, same evetmig, 3 o'clock.
" Rhinehart's, on Saturday, I it.
" Havird's, on Monday, 13th.
" Miekler's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
"Perry's X Roads, on Tuesday, 14th.
" Coleman's X Roads, on Wednesday, 15th.
-"Nickerson's, same evening, 3 o'clock.
" laktiwanger's Store, on Thursday, 16th.
" R. M. Scurry's on Friday, 17th.
r " Dorn's Store, same evening, 3 o'clock.
" J. S. Smnyley's, ont Saturday, 18th March
J. QUATTLEBUMN, T. C. E. D.
1tJ7 N. B.-Free persons of color must pay th
STax by the last of March.
Feb 8 if 4
Ready-IMade Olothing Y
J UST Received a heavy .Stock of READ'
MAD)E CLOTHING, well suited to the F
and Winter Trade, and will be sold LOW FC
CASh, or on easy terms to pu'netual customte
Let the doubtfull examitne for themnselvyes.
~tWhite L ead, Linseed Oil,
d LAMP OIL, NEAT'S FOOT OIL and TA
NERS OIL, for eale neat door to SuLLIVN'M.
- . T. MIMRl
Au.,. t1 f ~ 3
F@SARTE & 1EAES
- CORNER KING A )WENT WORTH WEETS, CHA LI$TON $. C
BATH AND WHITNEY BED BLRNKETS, EXTRA,
COMFORTS, WELL HA]).
p SUPER. BLANKETS FOR SERVANTS, AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Satinets for Servants,
CONTINUED REDUCTION OF ALL OUR SATINETS to 181 Cts. less than Manufactu- n
t rers' prices.
WHITE GOOD S.
LONG CLOTHS 121 CENTS, WORTH 18}, WISHING TO CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
of the above, we of'er them at uncommonly low prices.
Linen Cambric Udk1s. at Six Cents.
BELGIAN CAMBRIC H DKS. at 181 Cts. GENTS' LARGE SIZE L. C. Hdkfs. at 25 Cts
Yard wide WHITE DAMASK CAMBRIC at 121 Cts., suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
1400 Yards Mouslin DeLaine, at Six and a quarter Cents,
PIECES ANTI-RHEUMATIC FLANNELS, NEW ARTICLE, AND ONE OF THE BEST a
Remedial agents in use ; and persons in want will do well to examine.
Extra fine Colored Canton Flannels, for Underskirts, 121 cents per yard.
Real Welsh Flannelsr at reduced prices.
PIECES BL'K SILKS, RICH LUSTRE, 75 Cis. PER YARD.
Broadcloth, Cassimere, &c, ti
WILL REDUCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK of the above Goods, in BLACK AND COLORS
500 YARDS ALL FLAX RUSSIA CRASH, 64 Cents for BATHING TOWELS.
Scotch and Russian Diaper,
Extra Heavy Bleached Huckaback, for Towels, at'121 cents per yard.
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, &c.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, fine article,
Puffing Combs, Buffalo and Ivory Dressing Combs.
Charleston, Jan 16 FOGARTIE & DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
BR OWNING- & LEMAN, Domestic Goods! .
e IM PORTERS OF
French, English and German A
ID') l M~ 0~ V~ ID) 09 Augusta, Georgia,
209 and 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street AVE NOW IN STORE the following DO- r
209~~~~~~ Eu 211 Ki1stt crrMETC GOODS; whlicht they offer : t
r Charleston, S. C. LOW PRICES, and to which they respectfully
[) (ARPETINGS.-lngrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta- invite the attention of the public.
VJpestry and Velvets, 5 Cases fine English LONG CLOTH;
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and 2 do New York Mills do.
Worsted, 5 do Old York " do
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variety, 5 do James Steam Mills do
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles, 2 do Nine Twist do
Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs, 2 do Lonsdale do
Curtain Gimps; Holders, Loops, Tassels, &e. 2 do Water Twist do
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes, in all varieties, 5 do Newburyport do
British and American Floor Oil CI,.ths, 100 Bales Str'ed iOMESPUNS for plantation use
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings, 25 " 3-4, 7-8 and 44 Brown Homespun,
of all styles. 5 Cases 12-4 Hailton SHEETING,
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va- 5 " 10-4 and 11-4 Alandale do s
O lT 5 " 104,11-4 and 124 Auscutney Sheeting, t
Dr.X~ ATt~t*L~l('i~N --Banet. Pais. 5 -" 10. 11 and 12-4 Munnandoc do r
Kerseys, Caps. &o.25"VrspeirKRES
IRed and White Flannels. Shirtings, &c.30Bls" 8,9 an 1-4 evy 1
Cotton Osnaburgs, of all the best Southern rnanu- BLKTS
factures. .0"~o.ONBRSdlra rns
English and American CO'ON FL ANNELS, 2 ae AIO
SFrench. English and A merican Prints,AgutDc1tf 4 a
CLIN ENS,- of Riehardsonu's superioir make, for
Shectings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases. Table Damasks, Bran, agis
Dovlies, Napkins, Towellings, Hluckabacks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &e.T E Susrbritnngocleup isbq
rCloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of-best French esfrteprsn esn wl A UA -,
Servants' Cloths, in all the shade. .of English Cot
Goods, lewudsyt l h iht ueahCoh
)~Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindseys, of alligCEAadmdepinFRTAT
qualities and styles. With a full assortment of SY E oeadlaeyu iaueadte
.Rich Dress Goods. salb u pa hr oie
Jugsta LOi, AT
-,ODINES, an towhihStey espctflly
I Bn~ba~ns,~l~fC5andMounin GodsinvDitesheottetion of thePartneshi.
Evening Dres5Goods, innreatnvarietLconstantl
2 doANine TwRsC do ..
h00redlstStr'ellOMEoPdS forrrantatin use.
BRWIN L5N Caes 12-4~s eaither by EETeNG, Acon
Charlston .Ta 30 5ar 10-4, ti - anoed t2-4A ut ey usheetinghe
I. sa5 by " 1, 10t andr 12-4 ornnthdy dil o sue
Edefd ae3cde0 FREeELA"8-4 &- ad1heAvy.
I th cotro of r. 1. REGGLEIN 5R "?TeIdeedn PressOSNlABURGS, d tfieent b and
ou ls ya'sTace. frT r accSuciint edig tOff c loeuph.ui
The experienssofoa thelvmresenhasefasonswils-M -ANUFAC-__
fled us ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ UR thanommrcnptetouizgnln:n Ste reaide Sof his CtoofGidna,
canbefoud n te tat tan heonenoiatt g CH EI.D DpITRIRTRT
bachdbylheadetinpuftt lup hsaetmoshatthrY noioe
d nmbredS4 PuIs.US BAEeSGRNA Jn Bery,6il fo2a' fLns
BoThaTuitesdesircto ad Murn hbing thats i ananery
ter ie ar iert wil- ie ote cueo onG er.o
Evteir ngoolends ontsine gratd comlety, cospanti- HE Pliniof FEin D *sEase , ig this day I
A-sonll he aboered by them over Dispre ss. I - e hrBll n FR ELt appeaing S. myst
pr.ation,~wl and horet tme prcr a fir isfatin , thtth854.at, emy~yo
rters..--Cnt sAST oniy Abe cceptan o c ore.d Prhsan, B a l ro Richal. or
c henre to. ll atted red G LEM N. n a n he huvand e ue by oe M orAcearat, t
ir he u~d~n isincomortbl coditon a re humns aeyntnd tr husad the musay te
-Charetn fiJpace 30 n i meof the 10nsS sntt Ferary, her h ey wllben Luedt
table s titio ar-his ofee t fnthr tinude Jand 25 n 3mBry aeasn fro an
athe acointro ofiMr.J. for hEir ETnraE,nTThInendtPrswicp3tmead
four ateares Tneaher oetbis is r rs acount thuis our fcnnee. reduo
,edpreparato oecoptn Schoolgen heeman nSotio of Mri. CArvoliciorfo
ca h fun i te ttethn heon nw t the ComlanEFIEt DisedThCTte
thlgnea s tif c i se byhmfs ear ndiaethd Bpery an laasw ro e u
bake byr the assiioal atetha per Schoom, at3,0 tohe sBlwti heemnho ieydy
temnto of l it s r t ek for . 320 fo the peodu eln b licati Bin heefor ad'n o fLads.
inhpleauantethdreof, thatsJudgment Public thatSnnabe awarded
ther uitl bfoaring ilo be had e fto ilhes. against t * d
- sonwile xeOJiN byte vetPsCogrs.Bldhr il 1Ad Iterng to a.F.D
Mr. Lerr R ili hrt timeI prour J is sain , 1854. 3h eedns m y fo
catenbeweLtended o , gan Havy All husban egrogn Gsa
r The Buildin is incmtbecndtohviCmigsadhrhubnS.Ma.nCm
rm,)adBroghet tople wihcnenett.,Mr MartinE &n herBN Ausa Edad har
Ae RNAWmcAYr SLAV lthe bee n loge inP a and h G.Brarg e a bsent frm and e- '
Onc te maorewfap thi ( theele ED eict, side byo Inte tssm of thSe whingeeigh
ays theis ameinn istLr, and taththeirenoaeen prounds tof thir, or whchnnite heedpn
of ouangst e ears liin etish dge irso.Coate tihem: plnmtrs. Alo, r bey oiio o
iredartor JohooBrel fGreon. the From aN an, Ito 10. drd, htth e
* Sid ego i Tdrk sus-e adabu Augsa dOat.ar and plad anwr o eu
FrThe ownerical eq stedto e conm,..3f .0rtw thsBd, withi heon hs , S orpiey as
prv "proipery a cag.s n tak" i ---a2,0frm tepbiaonhef, nd n dfat
Cot orwi g tol be dealt Ith plasanth awihe TgiSt th.oen.d ttefo fth il m e tl
reca.. N LGPOOMN, .. s -.SM IS .E. D. atteetac ofhePnkR ditoMi
Jan U25 KIS, 2 Jeand nearly4 opost M52it'eidne
Jn1 R.to.Jl1mend 5WAfirns, BLaes. os iu
Broughat totJie-r thinstrheld sarge. toc has adorgid
A RUNA WAY SLAVE has been lodged in Pman ond th modrge impovemnts -4 fact 9-4 oe
Ithe Jail of this (Edgefield) Di.strict, who theo exceptso some ofnhs weiginkegh
says his name is AUSTINE, and sathat h be - Aonds lie theml pair, t a whchall. nieh atn
onto Jessem Brns, fin WanEdoe County-. saioJn of tfater- Aso
comxin.. Sai ferler sas that he has been BEacINsEANCHOR LTanGo Sle
hired to John T. Barnes, oif Georgetown, S. C. FromNoE Susrie ofesa0.iaesaeFV
The owner is requested to comie forward, .. gUNRE ACRES o Beah 1adSwm
prove property, pay charges and take hIm away. Land, lyind pat h o the Rive,,n djiimedladsly
ortherwise he will be dealIt with as the law di- Sautel Claranceo JaeT Paner Rad entedai
res W. W. GOODMAN, J. E. D' treent eary Jamsi M. WGtsrde e
Jan 25 tf 2 AHen 40oe acrseso make above, Trant agceare
- 1menTs FriendsofonseLaLysCAgeYsan-ndherossamvtiiber
noBeomusghCnddte f(o Marofth LoTermtins mafer ea tol atyoodpurchasr apted
Alsindb te promotio olav has b.e F. ge S inM manyertof S.the Ma m4er ipoe ntin fat lo
Nov3 talo hiEgfed Ditret whhmexetta ogtighiewrk
sas isnae s UNce anThtheog OFFE foe samle thke focllown. rcse ad
ne r Prson. a ye et inees the staeo b TractN ,Cnann ce-w .
TA h owne is'. rehrb requested to doefowred arsord n HUNDED aCREsofec fisl atdBottm.
mak inmdiae etlemnt ad takmme hiawa.Ladving on thetRi.2, erna djining lrv-Oadso
r ad herwist s-id ste willpleaste eae intir ottme Csrlad Joaed.Grdead end
(acout frtwih prpry tseacrg AbuT 40an es of theet aroe Trgte are qlitye
aw. 95IN WiE 2F'o~ and excenly rd hel balne i Cprssan
-137n.Fied fLiet MLLE. GORLYTa- oherwamAtiber
- OBatain 9th Reiett* the vaae Ece.tivergren, S. C., May 4,183ADfOR5
sioed y he romtin o Ma. . F Suat
E D-G F I ELD OOL O U LEai Y6m
FOR YOUN 0 .A QIES.
ReV. C. A. n n4Y11ND, _PnIacipl
58 Porir.s nAt. E'rT.RED EiXCK 10'r-Ott f.
lIE prospects of tie isitittion for the pres'ilt
.year, are in the highest degree jlattering.
everasl additional Pnpils have been promied,- and
barie number are comfdently expected.
Thp Acylealonl building enesisting of eight
mmomdious Rlooms is finely furnished tt cery
ing pecLesry to secure the most -rppid advance
mnt of the Papils. Ip this respeut we do not think
renter ad vrnpagvs eap he anywhere enjoyed. The
resribed course of Studies is so arranged, that if
e Pupils remain Tong enough at the -institution to
nrsue it regularly, they can hardly fail of acquiring
liberal and finished education; and in the Extra
nmurse a thorough knowledge of the fine arts."
Pupils-can enter at any time, and if near 'the
idlle or close of the Session, are charged -but
'om the time of entrance. All such de uctins
owever date from the close of the second week .o
mat Session. Loses of time from s:ckmes if of imoie
inn two weeks is also deducted.
The Rates of Tuition are conformed to those of
ther Institutions of the amne gradae: Piymnents are
, he made at the close of each Session. The fol
owing list includes all
ixpenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate Department..............$15 00 ;
Acldemio do ................1200
Primary do ... -.$7 00 amid $5 00-.
Pupils using the Phlb:sophial Apparatus, are
arged Extra $2,00 per Stesioii. ' And al Pupl!s-.
re charged Y0 eti each, a Session, for contingecies.
Extra Branches. -
M msc.............................$18 00
Oil Painting... .............. 15''.0
There is no charge for use of Piano. Pupils price'
eug it the institute re however charged $1eaeh ,
elsion, to pay for keeping the Pianos in tune.( ..
Board, with washing, .lights and fuel, $10 per
There are no other extra chargest except ;hut
ooks and Music sold. -
R. T. MIMS
S. F. GO1)E
X. PENN, !:' +. Trusties
G. A. A )DTSON,
Feb 8 - ' - t4
Henn Springs Female InstitueE
Rt. Rev, T.F. DAVIS, D. D., exOfficio Visitor.
Rev. T. S. A RTII UR. Prois
4 .1. D. AMcCOLLOUGU' :.rpraeors.
" GEORGE BENTON, Reetor,and nstrue-:;
ir in Miental and Christian Science, Modern Lau..'
nage and lli.story. -
.aMrs. B -'NTON, Matron.
, Instructor in Miathemathics' Nita
l Sciences, 'and Ancient Literature: ---. -
Prof. G. F. 1)'VNE,,lmate of uimuestn pnprsY
mtrutor in the theory and practice of' Music.
Aliss C. Ml. REIi). Instructress in English.; ',,
- SOSNOWSKU, Instructress in Draw
g, Painting, and Asistnt in Frenih
Miss SOPIIIA W ARLiCY. instructress.in Eng
h Branches. and Assistant in.hlathematies.
Miss ELIZA PRATT,. Assitant in Music and
. $.-The corps is not yet complete.
ITlE above institution, located at Glenn Springs
L in partanburg District, S.:C., will be opened
r the reception of pupils .uij first of ebruary
ext. -In converting . this establjiedynent. into. a.
:ool for young ladies, the -buifdings, 1 u.bee.
moroughly repaired and fitted up; and, t furnish
g them anew no pains have been spared to make
,in eretey respect, such' a -home as .parents.wouild
sire for their daughters. Particular attenton:hss
ien bestowed upon thoe musical insrumentstnd
-ith a large and effici~nt corps of teachmerb, mind a
irough course of study; it affords every edvant
eto be enjoyed in: any siomilar iistitution..
A pplienmnts are adiitted, of any nge, over sevni
ers, and .placed in such elass as they- may be pr-.
r.red to yoi.. . .
Te schoelastiie vear wilt -consist of 'one session,
ivided into two ternms of five-Qmonths each, bein
ime'onm time 1st of February .anid .'July. Voenmts n,
)eeember and Jannnary..
Rats.-J(or Tumitiomn and Roard, including wmai:
ig. fie,.lighmtm, &c.,'&e., $125 per terinm,nd indiv"
,ilL be no extra charge, except for lusic $30per'~
mn, anda fomr Blooks, shteet Mlusic, Drawing 'hte-,
mis, &c., actually used. . . .
Fr further information, see " Prospe'ctus,"wichm
ma be had by applying to the Rector, or either-of
SJn 4 3m .51
I'HTE Trustees of 1ethany Acenmy take plens
ure in ainouneingt to the public, that their
chool will be openied foar the receptioni of 'Students
tithe 2nd Manday in .lannmmary 1854, under thesst.
ervision of the well knownm amid successful lastrue
'ar, W. St. Ili'arns, Esqi.
Rates of. Tuition the imne aw those olharged,by
le froer Itector. Mtr. GA,.rnix~.
oard oenn bie obtained ini the mo-t respectable~
milies on reas;omnable terms amid conveniient 'to the
-oltl WlLli.Y ]IARR.ISON,'
J. L. TA LIERT,
Din. S. F. STIlVIISS,
G. J. Sil EPP'ARD.J
Dec 21 .y 11
Fair Iomne made Plantation
IARNES, SOLE AND UPPER LEATE..
oP ALL DEsclvl'oxs. " - .
aners, Neats Foot and: Lamp Oil.
iteShoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother..
R. T. ML3IS.
Jly 21 . tf '27
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROIANA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
A R R UM W A LL. who is now. in, thme Custody
of the Sheriff of Eageield Distriet, by Virtue
a Writ oaf Capias ad Satisfaiemdum, at time suit omf
lexamer Shamrptamn, linmving~ tiled in my Office, to
ather with a Schedule on onithm. of his estate nde
ifeeet, hie petition to thme Court -of Common Pleas,
mrviig thamt he mamy be adimitted to thme benmefit of.
heActs of the General As.Lembly, tnmaefor the'
-elief of insolvent debtors It is-Orfe'red, Thnt the
aid Alexandler Shnrptonm, anid all other creditors to'
iomn time sad Pairrunn Wtall is in anywise indebted,.
md they are herebv suommoenad, nmidhtave notice to.
ippeair brefore tihe' 'said Court'at Edlgetield Court
E'Iouse, on the First alonday in Matrch next, or' on.
ioe oter conivenient day to be act aps.mt mand ap-.
ointed, during the sitting of the snid Court, to,
show cause, if any they can. 'why time prayer of time.
maid Petitioner aforesaid should not be granted.
TI [OS. G. $ACON, C. E. E. D.
Clerk's Office. Nov 30th,'l853. tf 7 '
50 H1BDS. SUGAR, Also '50 Barrels 'STEW-.
200 Bags COF F EE.
200 Coils ROPE, sonme very superior;
100 Bnleit Gunny and Dundee BAGGINdG;
0 }Vhole, Hlif and Qnnrter Bbls. No 3; No 1,
and Mk-ss MA CKEREL, also Ktb,:
4And we would ASO state," that we .bave a note
Dlankets, Negro Cloths,
Betitends, Chairs, Saddles,' Omnaburg, $tripes,
Iron, Nails. Oils, White Lead. Shot Bar Lead,
Malt,'Cheese,' Powder, Soap,Ie,
Bacon. &o., &e., &c.,
And in act, every articletnsually found~in a -Gre
sery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
lla mburg, N ov 14, tf . 44,
A esn indebted to time Estate of Warren
F. Winn, dlec'd., are earnestly solIcitedti
make payment forthiwith, andl those having demans
against said Estate will pclase render thlmtiti hnu
mediately. JERE A lH SElGLER,};'op..
Nov 9 . 6m a. 43
Fresh: New Wheat Fieos
A ND Y EAST POWDE*5.' -
UST Received Thirty Barrels of thsat Mi~k
Flour froni the Tumbling-Soslesig 'try
Bare.ae4 cns be ederned If motsp approtot%
Also. One Gmos of.Penstoo-4~ Meweds lnflilible
YEAST POWD)ERS. No excuse for bavs$
now. Fer sale by- G. L. PENNA.'t.
Dec '. if 4