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GONE FILLIEUSTERTG.-The New Orleans
Uelta of the 2d instant publishes a very mys
teriously worded article, announcing that the
celebrated clipper Gropeshiot, which had been
qnietly anchored at the Belize for a couple of
montis, suddenly and mysteriously weighed
anchor A% Tuesday last. Captain Baxter, who
had been peramlulatting the streets of New
Orleans for several weeks, disappeared with her,
as did also thirty-tive hundred old muskets, for
merly purchased of the Government oi specu
lation by George Law. The Delta hints that
she may-have gone on a privateering expedition,
under authority of the Czar, aginst the Eng
lish and French merchantmen, but we suspect
that it shoe has really sailed, it has been in con
seqnence of the advices recently received from
UNEXPECTED OFFER-It is said that a Roos
siai Commissioner came out in the last stealer
filly authorized to sell to our government all
the Russian possessions in this continent, and
has already made an otfer to that effect.
Sutctcor.-A passenger on board the steam
boat Northerner lately leaped overboard a! Ri
ingr Sun, [a. le was reseued, and on being
interrogated, said "he was out of mioney, hoad
no frietids, and being tired of life had deterinin
ed to drown himself."
DiED, at New Market, Gai.. on lhe 1-th of July,
infant son of J. 11. and S. F. W. R. [1o.uEn, aged
DED. on the 2d of July, Fnat. RLiN PoSEY, aged
17 years, at the residenie of h:s fadier, Maj. S.
Poscy, of Edgefield District.
Ile was an affetiontate and lutiful son, a loving
brother, and a kind no!be hearted friend. The eir
cuistances of his death were peculiarly gratifyin.
A short time befo-re his departure. lie called the
family around his dying pillow, and told theni lie
had ha-l a sort and refreshing sleep, in which the
b -auties of an :ntvisible world were revealed to hino.
1le baie them farewell, exhorting them to meet
hint at tt- right hand o. the throne of God, where
th, righteous can never lie. It was indeed a lovelv
sight to see one so young, d:c suc h a noble and
happy death. It was a sight on which angels love
to tell, andi sied cipious tears of joy.
I lappv Flank: so loved while living, so lamented
now ded-hut God's will be done, and not ours.
\lourn no mo-re parents,
" For faith's bright 1ledge is given,
That him so dear while lit g'ring here
Shall welcome you inl heaven."
A Lso, on the 25th July, Lorr PosEv, aged IS
umonths. Grieve not parents, fur Chriist has said,
" Suflr-r little children to come unto ine and forbid
them :ot." The bud had searce bani to biim,,
befoir, God in his allwise mercy, took it unto hint
self, and now
" Beneath the clay in iweet repose,
Is laid a mother's dearest pride;
A fl wer thl:2 searce had waked to life,
And light, and beauty, ere it died.
God ini his wisdomu, h-id recalled,
The precious boon his love had given
And though the casket moulders here,
The gemt is sparkling now in Heaven."
CV Tuca E wil be a Camip Mecting helI at thme
Bethzalham Can rOatiih comicineiiig on Thursday
evenin' heore the 4th Sabbath in septemiber.
.Vic are requiested to -ay that a Prostracted
Meeting will cmiimenCe at Mount Tabor Churcb,
on Saturday before the third Lord's day in Sep
'Ministering brethiten are cordially invited to
TinEE will be a Barbecue at Mr. II. C. TUR
NER'S Sprinig, on Saturday the 12th iist.
The Candidates and their friends are cordialhy so
licited to attend. Ample preparationis will be male
Aug 10 It 30
Barbecue Dinner !.
TmsmtE will be a Diiiner given at W. W. IIAy
AitD's on Friday the 25th of A ugust.
117 The Caiidiidates arc respectfully invited to
A ugust 3, 1854.
TiE Friends tof Rev. WESLE~Y BOD1IE
respectfully anno~unce himii as a Canidate for the
oflice of Clerk of Etdgefied District, at the ensuing
A R EG 1UL A R Comnimunication of
No. 50., A. F M., will be held in
their llall oim Saturday evening, 19th
inst., at 71 o'clock.
By order tif the W. 31.
A. G.,T'EAGUE, See'y.
A ug 10 2t 3
L as t N ot i ce,
3TIE Creditors of SAuleEL. l. BowERSs arc lItre
by notilied that their respective claitms should
be ren'dered plrior to the 14th ;inst., anti those who
weish to acecepit the proviions of his Assigninent are
riequested to appear atnd sign his release-alter that
date their claims will be deibarredl.
W. W. SALE, Assignee.
llamburg, A ug 5, 1854. It 30
A R E invited to call amid exanmine the well seleet
ed Stoel, of FAMIlLY GROCERIES be
loiiging to the Creditors of dAM1UEI, E. lBowEtis,
Sugar, Coffee, liolasses,
WINE AND BRANDY OF FAVORITE BRANDS,
Tcas, Loaf Sugar, Cansdles,
SOAP, POWDER, CANDY, CROCKE RY,
OILS, VINEGAR, PEPPER, SPICE, &c.
As these Goods are sold for Cash only, great bar
gains are otfered. W. W. SA LE, Assignio-.
Ilamiburg, Atug 5, 154 6t 30
T O save Cost and to benefit his Creditors. an
earnest appeial is made tom those indlebted ton
SAcEI. E. Bowl~at to conme forward and pay up.
hlis Assigned Estate must lie speedily closed.
W. W. SAL E, Assignee.
Iamburg, A ug 5. 1854. 3m 30
N ot i cc.
A LE Persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob 13.
L.Smith, previoust to 1-t .Januatry last, are re
quested to make payment, and a:1 having tdemandls
against the same wIll hand t hemu in properly attt sted.
11ENJAMllN WA LIDO, ,E~os
GEO. A. ADD)ISON. Ex rs
Aug10 tf 30
A LL7 Persons having demands against the Estate
of .Jesse Linmbeeker, dee'd., are no~tified to
render them in forthwi th, proiperly attested-and all
anywise indebted to said Estate, are hereby fore
warned to settlk the same immediately, as longer
indulgence niust not be expeited.
J. 9. SIi R A CK,
J. S. LIM1BECKElt'. Ad'ors
Aug10 ti. 30
A PPLICATION will be made aut the next Ses
sio~n of the Legislature for a Charter for ai Itail
Road from some point on the Blue Ridge Rail Road.
at or near A nderson C. II., via Edgefield C. II., to
some point ou the South Carolina Rail Roatd, at or
Aug 10 3m 30
A PPLICATION will be tmade at the next Ses
sion of thue Legislature of this State, for an
amendmient to the Charter of the Town of Aiken,
and for other purposes.
Agl m 30
IS hereby given thtat application will be made at
Ithe next sitting of theO Legislature, to alter and
amend the Navigation Laws of this State, and foi
Aug10 3m 30
Valuable Lands forS ale.
O N the F11RST MON.\.Y in NOVE.\lBER
next, will be sald at Edgefield C. I., by the
Subscribers, all the Lands belonlging to the Estate
or the late Capt. .1. B. SMITn, situate and lying I
Edgefiell Distr:et, comprising a body (if
SEVEN THOUSAND ACRES.
Consisting of VALUABLE PLANTING and
TI\liEflLIED TRA CTS, divided into the follow ing
sub-divisions, whiclh will be sold separately, viz:
The Bonhan Place.
This Tract contains about five hundred (500)
aeres, three hundred and Wity (350) tf which are
cleared and under feuce. The woodland is of choice
quality. Ott this p!ace there is a Dwellig House
and other suitable out buildings.
The Mt. Willing or Homestead Place.
This Tract so well known, scarcely needs a des
eription. It consists of twelve hundred (12041)
acres, lying on R:chland Creek, six hundred (600)
acres or whict are cleared and in a hi.,h state of
in:provement and cultivation. These Lands have a
reputation for grain-growing sec(nd to none in the
District ; for eitheur grain or cotton we refer to the
present growing crop as a sure indicntion of tleir
quAlity anI capacity. T:e w(o i lan.l is of .ool
qualit'v, and the timber upot it very sutperior. On
Ithis place is a good Two Story fraimted Dweling
lloase, Stables, B3arnes, Carr'age flouse, ]lack
sitth Shop, Gin House, Negro I lou-es aundl all other
buildings necessary to a p!antation. Also, a large
an imodious Store House, which has been used
Prt Mercantile purposes a great nyitv years, which
has given this place, as a business stanl., a reputa
tion of a lgh order, atl as suci recommends itself
to the consideration of enterprising aid business
The Crouch Place.
This Tract containt about rive hundred (500) acres
a small port ion of wh:hel (-ay 110) acres) is cleared
the bahmiee is in wooldland an I emtbr:ces a Tract of
Land not only beautifully ti-ii r.d, but for purposes
I of cultivationa most exceilent and rare qualty.
Cons'stinz or Pine Land. w:ll be divided into Tracts
of from Tw,.To lTundred to Three I un-lred acres.
This body of Land we reiommi.-nd to the atten
ti'tn 4f all persons desirous of mat:tin a set-lement
or inve.tient. The quality or i.ands in this par
tieul:r section I: 0 been overlooked. As a ho.ly of
timbered ILand it is superior to) any in the up-tount
try of SomhIi Carolina. Nluch of it is of excellenr,
atid all of fair product;ve quality.
T E 1 M S.
A credit :f ono and two years with interest from
d4ate, with hondl and two approved securities, andI a
t lENJ.\llN WALD)O, Ex'ors.
GEO. A. ADAIsON.
Atg 10 13t 30
Palmetto Iron Works.
(LATE PALIETTO AR310RY.)
COLUiIA, S. C.
T 1E Proprietors if the above Estalishment,
having furnslted themselves with all the ne
essary mclinery and tools Ior conductitig the
Foundry and Machine Business,
Toether with a Large Stock (if Materials, are now
ready to contract for the making of Stationary En
one: of any power, a'l kinds ofr Mill Work, Cast
Iroi Fronts, Fetncinr. and other descript:ons of ron
Wtrk generally conducted in a well-regulated es
Mr. GEOURGE SINCLAIR will give hi- supervi
sion to all work. 11is old friends anid p;.trons n ill
find hitm re:ady to furnish all orIcrs with desp:b.
I rso esrintg too patronize a home instittin can
be assu:el that their work w:l' be well done am
warranited satisfactory. Our prices will be as low
as aty similar c-tabilhm. ni in thle c otry, and
term; lit-.eral. A share of publie p:tronac is re
-pctfiu!ly solicited. W.\l. GLAZE & CO.
Columblia, Ang 11), 4t 30
JAlLV per annumit in advance........S..$6,0
Tit-W EEKrLY, - - 3, ----$00
W .. , . ". .......... ,100
'IflI IS .lonrnal presents a daily report of the cOt
I to market of Clharleston. a daily report of the
markets or other cities, ada ly repoirt of the arrivals
ad dleparture tif vessels, andI a daily summagry *of
news and telegrapthie inftormation.
It also presents a weekly report tupont the entire
market, including cottto, grailn, hay, groceri' s.
stck, exe banlge, treght, &c., &c., accomp~:mtied by
ctp:rit:te tables ot thme receipts antI exports . f
cotn. rice. lumbier, &c. Alio, tables shtowing the
pice of stocks, bank bills, exehanige, &c.
A brief but careful co~nsidleratiomn is given) to all
thec leading quecstionils tha~t arise. spaing neithmer
latr, pains, nor expense to keep up~ with the tiomes:
ni .h as little circumloentioni as possib le, we will tell
our roadetrs all we know about thlem.
All Postmasters in thme State may receive stub
script itons fir uts, and persoins payin lg mne uy into
tteir hands will have thme patper sent tino heir addiress.
L. W. SPR ATT & CO.
A ug 10 2m 30
-T -rEu01\NENT. S. C. M.
A ugust 5, 1854.
OR DE R. NO
COURlT IA RTIAL will convene at the Old
AWells, on Satuarday the 19~th A ugust, for the
Ttial if all D)elimliers of NIaditia and P'atrol duty.
Thme fillowinag Uflieers are huerebmy appointed Memn
bers of the Court.
Lieut. Col. SUA w, President.
Capt. LI osEY, Calpt. SnA w,
" Lmaxunen, " W~AlD,
" P'os~v, " PENN,
" Ev:nE'rr, Liettt. Lybrandl.
Jons C. McDossArIJ, Judlge Advocate.
Spernueraris.-Lieuts. G Ex-rav, TuonISIO,
C~AIU, .\ omsox, KRtErPs, 1I0Ot3IEs.
By order of Col. S. 11A lRRISON.
F. M1. ColiEas, Adj't.
Aug 10 2t 30
S hereby giveni to all piersonls having claims
.against the Estate of the late Col. L. 1I. .\lundy,
to preent thleml in due form previous to the Seconmd
Nonday in November ntext, and thtose indebted to
thec Eisate, or to the Subscriber as A dministrateir,
ar requested to tmake payment on or before that
tinme, as I am determined on that day to tmake a
final settlement of thme estate, and must have money
to do so. Consequently longer indlulgence cannot.
be reasonably expected.
11. T. W RIGilT, A dm'or of
Au~r 10 3m 30
state of South Carolina,
By Y . T. WVRIGHT',Esq., Ordinary ofEdge
Whereas, Sinmeont [I. Rogers has applied to me
for Letters of Adminiistrationi, on all and sin
gular the goods and ehattles, rights and credils
of James Rogers, Sr., late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singutlar, the kindred and creditors of thme
stid deceased, to lbe and appear before mte, at
our next Ordinary's Court for thle said Distriet,
to be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 18th
Iday of Agust inst. to sh'ow cause-, if any, wvhy
tile said audministration shoutld not be granated.
Given under my handl anid seal, this 4th day
ofA ug. in the year of our Lord otne thlousand
eight htundred anid fifty-four, and in the 79th
year of American Independence.
Aug 10 2t - 30
Last Notice !
A LL Persons who were inidebted to the late D.
Smith, at the time of his deatht, by Note or
Acout, are earnestly requested to settle the same
by the 1st \londay in Septtembe~r next, after wichel
time all utsettled demands will be put ml suit.
J. P. [ICK L El, ) xms
C. S.\LlTII. S
Aug3 St 29
T E First Session of thtese Institutions wvill close
with thme present month. Thme Second Sessiont
will begin the 17th July, at whlich time it is desired
all cadidates for admission will be present.
Chair'n Boiard of Trustees.
June 20, 1854. tf 24
I IIEREBY appoint J. A. TA LBERT, to act as
I my Attorney, during my absence from the State.
Aug3 .J. II. TALBERT.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
I IfAVE on hand a large assortment of Ladies'
Dress Goods, Trimmiigs, Mantls, &C., con
prising Silks, Plain and Printed Iareges, Tiksnes,
Organdies, Grenadines, Al uslins, &e.. wliel I wish
to close out with tile seasol. I will set-l theli at
prime coit for CASI I. or for a very small advance
on cost to regular time enstoners.
W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, t'APIK low.
Edgefield C. IT., July 13. 1f 26
New Goods at Low Prices.
LLDERTY HILL, S. C.
' flE Snbscriber --espectrflly announces to ithe
public thaili he has now oi hand a. Liberty
Hll, an ENTIlRELY NEW and FASIlIUNA
lLE Stock of
G R O C E R I E S,
Hardware, Hats and Caps,
AND A Vrv-TY OF OT, .it VA.1-ArI LF. Go0e.
All (if which lie will sell at EXTREMELY LOW
PRICES, and n a(i accoinolatin.g iins as any
other louse inl the country. Give him c all.
W.\M B. GRIFFIN.
.1urie 12. m 2-2
' ITF Subscriber lakes this methoi of teniidering
i his thaniks to the i nhabita n!s of 1.lkelield Vil
lage and the surrouninig co instry, for the I ,heral
patroniage hitherto extended to) hin, and by whic:l
lie is enabled to Continue his business at I lie Corinter.
Store, next to the C.: rolina I Iltel. where he still
keeps a GENER.\ L .\SSORT.\l FNT of
0 UE ", D OD
Bonnets, Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c., &c.
lie has a FUL L.. SU-PPLY to:' III ab,,ve arteles.
whi~ebi he respectfully iuvites the. Pulbie toi exa:iine
befiire purchas:n.. elsewhere. II is Stock has been
are fulfv SE CI.*GTIA ) froin the larg-st a hi elap
e.st Iion'sis i' New York. ald wil: be s-ll at REA
SONABLE PRlOFITh FOR CASII!
Edelield C. IT., May I tf I7
C R0 C K E R & R E E S,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
Jackson Street, below an.1 on the opposite side of
Warren's Blloc!; AUGUSTA, GA.
1'111:' Undersiginl wondl respectfulv inform
iteir friends and former patrons, that they will
remove, on the 1st September next, to the NIW
and SUBsTANTIAL Fire-Proof Ware
house on Jackson Street, below aitd on the oppo
ite oir Wiarren iock.
We wll give otr personal attention to a'l bitiness
entrusti.d to our care, as liiretofore, aniil Ipe, to
merit a continuance of the lavor of lornimr paitrdnis.
We are preparel to make, at all times, liberal
eash advances on Priiduee in Store.
Orders fr 1BAGGING, ROPE and FAMILY
SU PPLI ES will be carefully filled, and at the low
est market price.
JOllN Ro. CROCKER,
JoN C. REES.
A ugusta, Alng. 3, 3m 29
Edgefield Male Academy,
I311lE Exe.re-ses of this institution we es umedim
on the .r.,t of A ugult.
The same ciourse of ztudis hitherto pursued Uill
The Principa' pledgis his best eflirts to ilmpart
oroug I ness of instrutelion.
J. GRLiGG LKEITNER,PINcIrAL.
Aug 3, if
Horn's Creek Beat Company,
Uarc heri by coimmianded to be ind appear
Y .at your regular parade ground ( EIgefield C.
H.) on Satuirday the 1:!th inst., armed and equipped
as the law direcls, for drill and instruction.
Uy o:der of Cup:ain RYAN.
Au- 2 2t 29
Patent M~etalic Burial Cases!
r JMll ESE valuible a'r-tiaulm anid iindestrneritble Ca
.ses. for protecing aind pire::ervinmg the I )ead fur
,arhlinary i nteaienit, for vaualt, for t~vanisportationi, or
fri any othier desiiahie purplme~, are oIffered for salej
in this Village, cheap tir Cash, by
J. M1. WITT.
July 27 tf 28
lInipor'ted Turniip .Seed !
AS Vrl' LY of Fresh and Genutine iported
. iTUllN IP EED), if last year's (rop, viz:
Large W hite, Fla:i I utch, Larte G lube, Large
Norfolk, I lanoivmr andi u lin a::a Turinips.
Orders fr'om my Southil Carolimia frienids earnmesily
solicited. J ust received and for e.a'e byv
W.\. 11.\IN ES,
217 Broal street.
Auziusta. Anir. 2, 4It 2!)
CO.lPEi m-soirtmnent of I IOM EOPA
2-TFIilkl ..1 N ES. emnlprisinig all the lead
iag articles, both Tinicture LDilutions, Fri~huratins
aii Pellets: also,Th 'lacloimeopa:ie I omrestie l'hmy
sician, a condaensed woi k on the cise of thle renme
dies, withi their antidotes, &c. For sale by
W.\1. IA IYES, IDuc-eaisT,
217 lhroad Street.
August, Aug~ 2 4t 29
A RARE CHANCE!
Lumber--Dry Lumber for Sale.
r PalE Subscriber olers for sale at his Mll, to
, : -s Souith-east of the Pine 1 Imuse, onie of thne
FNE LOTSoif SEASON ED LU.lEU in thme
country. which lhe will sell very low.
g Those in want of Lumber will do weil to
iadt in their bills early.
ABSA LOM IIORNE.
July 2T 3t 28
IE Tickets foir W. A. Illanalis' BEA UTIFUL
.1.:tEIDENCE, in ilie Village of Eidgelield,
ar not all yet taken. They can be had of Wan. P.
lcTLrn, Dr. A. G. TELA0U5 anid .\. LiEiiksenULTZ,
at Edgelield C. 11. Tickets $1.
.uy 6 tf 23
N ot i ce!
TIlE Subscriber will standi his fine YOUNG
.LJ A CK 1;OLVA 11, ilhe present Fall Season
at is own stanble only, at $8S to insture a mare to be
in ti;l, the money to be pa~id as soon as the facet is
ascertaied-or t$10t to insure a livi'colt.
If any~ pesoni put aI mare andm trade or transfer
her berore it is known v hether she be in foal or lnt,
he will be held respionsible for the money.
Persons at a distanee wishlinig to send Mlares toi
the Jatck, will have gool pasturage furnished for
Al lpossible care will be taken to prevent acci
dents, by escape or otherwise, but I will nut be res
ponsible for any should they occur.
W. L. PARKS.
Aug 2___d____ , 29
STATE'F OF SO UTH' CAlHOLINA,
INY COMMION PLEAS.
S EATON MlOULIHIE. who is in the custoily
of the Sheriff of Ed--teflild Disirict, by virtue
of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendomii~, at the suit
Jf I. 31. Fuller, having liled in mny Oflice, together
with ni Schedule on oath, ol his estate and efl~eets,
his petition to the Court of Commioni Pleas, prayimg
that le may be adiiittedl to the benefit of the Acts
o tme Geieral Assembily made for the relief of in
solvent debiors, It is Ordered, that thme said R. 31.
Fuller, and all the other Credtors to whom thne btil
Seaton Mloultrie is in an anywise indebted, be ar~d
they are herebhy sumnmoned antI have notice to ap
pear before thne said Court, at Edgefield C. Ii., on
Tuesday time 3d1 day of Octobier next. to shoew cause,
if ay they can, why the praiyer of time petition
aforesaid should not lhe tcranted.
TIIOS. G. BA CON. c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, July 5, IF.M4. Jst 25
A PPLICATION will be made at tine next Ses
sion of the Legislature for a Railroad Charter
from somne point on the Greenville & Columbia
Rail Road near Iliggin's Ferry on Sahlida River, to
some piiint on the llamnburg & Columbia Rlail Road,
near tie Pine Ihouse.
IN SPLENDID DRY GOODS!
W 11L\A 11. CR ANE, Auusta, Gcorgia,
will sell the remainder o" his Stock ol Stan
mer Goods at
Greatly Reduced Prices!
Those in want will do well to give him a cll.
LIGHT SILKS, GRENADINES, BE-RA GES,
PRINTED JACONETS & MUSLINS,
MANTILLAS & PARASOLS, AT COST!
August;tA ug. 3 2t 29
Aiken & Ninety-Six Rail Road,
OFFICli G. & C. R. R. COMPANY,
ADEmVILLE, July 27, IS54.
T HE Greenville & Columbia Rail Road Compa
ny hasnecepted the amended Charter passed
b~v the Legislature at iis last Sess-ion, which amongst
ot her things, gratits to the said Company the power
' To build a Rail Roan from some point on the main
trunk of the Greenvt:e and Columbia Rail Road-,
West of Saluda. to the South Carolina flail Road,
at or East of A iken"; ind in accordance there.vith,
the )ircetion has ordered " Books of Subscription
lor new Stock in he capital of the said Company,"
to he opened by the Commissioners and at the pla
ces reeipectivelv bereina'ler designated.
The ComminSsioners are aut orized and requested,
on the 15th aily of August next, to open Books of
Subseription for the purpose aforesaid, and to keep
t hem open for live days. and1 at the expiration of
that tion, without eloming the books, to report to me
t he Stile isuh.:er;bed.
The su'..eripiion to be in fihares of Twenty Dol
lars each, amd the first installment of One Dollar
per share. to be paid in cash or by note at the tine
of subscribing. Stockholders wil! have the privilege
of wokng out. on I lie Road, one-hall of their Stock
SG reenville-C, J. Elbord, E. S. trvine and E. P.
An derson.--D:niet Brown, Elijah Webb aind
Johni1 P. liensin.
I )mnaldsville--Col. Samuel Dounald, James
Seawright and A. C. Hlawthorn.
Abbeville--Matlthew McDonald, 11. A. Jones and
R. 11. Wardl!aw.
G reenwoodl-E. R. Calhoun, James Bailey and
Rob it C. Gihnan.
Nintt -Six-Il. C. Griffin, Wm. L. Anderson
:1ad4 John 1,. Tarr-ant.
N ewberry-Lobert Stewart, J. M. Crossen and
JAines 1. 'liaxter.
Edefield C. lT.-W. C. Moragnic, L. 1ill and
George A. Addison.
Allen's-J. C. Allen, Dr. Mobley, Z. W. Carwile.
A iken-. T. Rogers, A. Cotlin, 1). F. Flen
Charleuton-T. Courdin, Jame S. Bowie, Wim.
Columbia-J. P. Southern, Robert Dryce and
Uv order of the Board.
' THUS. C.PERRIN, President.
Au,2. 3t 29
Medical College of Georgia,
r 1 E Twetuly-third Course of Lectures in this
I institution will commence the FIRST MON
DAY in November next.
Anatomy-G. M. NEWTON, M. D.
Surgery-L. A. DUGAS, Nl. D.
Chemi.stry and Pharmacy-ALEX. MEANS,
Mal.iteria Medica, Theiapeuties and Mcileal Juris
prnidence-l. P. GAR'VI-N, M1. D.
Obst,-tric md Diseases of Women and Infamnts
.1. A. EVE, M. I).
Phys olory and Pathological Anatomy-I. V. M.
I I . f. I.R". :%1. 1).
I situ:es at d Practice of Medicite-L. D. FORD,
Coniparative and Microscopic Anatomy-IL. F.
CAMPUHlW LL, M. D.
Demtnonstrator of Anatomy-R. CAMPBELL,
Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at the
City llospital,anid ample opportunities wi'l be afford
ed for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Fees for the entire Course..........$105 00
Mlatriculation Tickegto be taken once) 5 00)
For further particular~. apply 'to
G. M1. N EWTON, Dean.
A nenstai. July 8it, 1854.. 2mi 27
Fttsr Divisios 5OC-ru C.tr.ouxN.s MIL-IIA
A bbgille, Junte 20, 1854. $
Thel followinug Rer'mnts will paraide for drill and
trv at the timies'and '.lace, specilied below, iz:
The 10(thI Regimen~it of Infantry at Richardson's
ont Thurstday the 27th of .Jlu'y niext.
rTe'7th liegimetnt if li nitry at tihe "0:d Welb-,"
ont Saturdayv thle 29thi of -lulv next.
The 9th il.gimnit of intinry at Luwe's on Trues
day lhe 1st of .\uivustt next.
'rie 2d Rlegittint of Civahary at Longmire'e ott
Thiur.day the :hi of August. ne.xt.
Thle 8it hiRegimeint of l ufantry att " Morrow's Old
Fiel,'" on Sai urday lie 5th of A ugust neixt.
Thie (ab It Itnim.-ntt oif ifanitry ait Loma~x's, on
Tuslay the 8th if .\ugu-t next.
rTe 4th Regimient of Iiatmtry at IHaney's, on
Thursday the (l0th of A iigust ntext.
'Te .l d :eaimet if I ufanttry, at Minton's on
Sa:irdav the' 2t h of Autgust necxt.
rTe ~I:iti'met of l ufantry at UI~al'i:, on Tues
day the 15ith of Augunst next.
he 5t h ieimet of inufantry at Ilunter's, on
Thtrsdaty the 1 7th if .\iun't next.
Thec 1st Rlegitrei; of Cavalry at Pickensville, on
Sat uday the 19th of .\ugust tnext.
The 3d Regimtiw of Infantry at Toney's Old
Store, Oil Tuesday the 22il of August next.
The 1st Regrient if infanttry at Imnton's, on
Thursday the S2ith of A ugust nlext.
Tfhe eommiissione.1 and nion -commtissionied Offheers
will assemtble the day previous at the place of ren
devous of their respective Regiments, for drill and
The Brigadier Generals will, each with his staff,
atted the Reviews itt their seperate cormands, and
are haged wvithi the extension of this order.
Iy order of
Major General McGOWAN.
.Jons~ C. Sloums, Div. A dj. General.
.luly 6 if 25
FROM die sub'eriber's lahntat'ron two Negro
mLtetn. A RICIlY and . ACK[SO N--the former
is a very likely voting rellowv, about 22 years of age,
bnight dark complexion, about 5 feet S inchtes high,
w veil mtade anid active. The latter is black iand well
made, about 5 feet 6 inchbes high, and talks rather
thick, Ile formierly belonged to Mrs. Inior, and has
a uother at .\r. JBauskett's mill placee, near Aiken.
nhy wvere both seeni there on Friday, the lath inst.
Ay one seuritng them will be reavarded..
F. W. PICKENS.
July 27 tf 28
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
E DGEFIELD DISTRICT.
Saim. E. Blowers.
BY Virtue of a Writ of Fi. Fat. in the fore
.goimg c-ase, I shall proceed to sell on Fri
day he i8ih insi., at the Siore of the DefendanL.,
in the Town of IJ~tmburg, one Can of Lamp
Oil, 69 Gillons, more or less, and one Can of
Litid seed Oil. 38.b gallons. more or less, levied
ont as thte propety oif the Defendant,.
Terms Ca.h. LEBWIS .lONES, s. F.. D.
Aug 2, . 3L 29
Land for Sale !
T I TiE Subscriber, desirous of moving Weet, ofers
.Lfor sale, oin reastitable termts, htis VA LU A BLE
TTR ACT OF L A NI, situated abiout sevent miles
West of Edgefieldl C. HI., immediately oin the Ab
eville Road,-the Edgefield & Checatham Plank
Road w ill alhso pass through the premtises. This
Tract contains Four Ihundred and Fifty-three Acres,
all of whlich is well adapted to the cultivation oif
Corn, Cotton and small grain. If not sold privately
before the first hMnday in October next, it will then
be sold a:t Edgelield C. II., at public outcry. An
opportunity to* anly one wishing to get a bargain is
WAYNE M. C. FURGUSON.
Near the Georgia Rail Road Depot,
W ILL ,bu'd to m der ll kinds of light CA R.
I.\GES, W.AGONS. flUGGIES, &c.
on the most accommodating terms, and will keel:
on iand a small stock of the above articles, whieli
lie will as sell low, or lower, than any other shop ia
n, REPAlRING done at short notice and on
the most reasonable terms.
N. B.-A sriall Stock of fluggies, Harness,
Uibrellas, &c., will be kept on hind by Mr. F. M.
NicuoLAs, Agent, at Edgelield C. I.
May 4, 3m 16
GEO, E, HENDY, Esq.
T HE Subscribers take great pleasure in recom
mending this gentleman as a
Stone Cutter and Mill Dresser!
He euts beautiful l ILL STONES at his Quary on
Cloud's Creek, and Mill owners would do well to
give him a trial. E. 1. & J. ABNEY.
Iliggins' Ferry, S. C.
NY Person wishing their Alill Stones Dressed
or Watied, can address the Undersigned at
Norrisville P. 0., Edgelield Distriet, S. C., and be
will with pleasure give them prom pt :.ttention.
G. E. ILENDY.
Norrisville P. O., May 29, tf 20
D R. A. G. TEAGUE respeVul!y informs
is$ friells and citizens of Engeliehl general!v,
that lie has just re-eived a LA R GE AUDDITION
to his already extensive Stock of fresh and genuine
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
11is Drug are carefully ex:imined by himself, and
all that are found worthless, rejected: and those
that are approved may be reIed on as efficient and
of uniformn action.
ALL of his Medicinal Compounls, Tinctures,
Pills, Ointments, & c.. &c., are put up nidler his
own supwrvision and in strict accordance with the
United States Dispensatory.
From his long and extensive experience in the
practice of Medicine, he has made several Comn
pound.; of his own, not to be found in the Dispensai
tory, viz:-A Preparation for te CROUP. which
he has used extensively for eighteen years, and re
commiends with confidence : a V I FUG E, safe
and eflicient; and many other Compounds which
lie makes extemporaneously to fulfil the indications
in each particular case for which it is used.
It would require more space. than coull be ob.
tained in a Newspaper to give a'Catal'-ne or the
rugs, Medicines and Chemicals kept and so. l by
him-suffice it to say, he can furnish a Plysician's
Office CO11 P LETE. with Physick and Furniture.
lie has added to his former Stock some of the
most reliable Vegetable extracts, viz: PODOPIIIL
LIN, ?TILLINGINE, LIEPTA NDRIN, &c.
(7 Planters and families can be supplied with all
Medicines necessary in a family-and when desired,
directions put up wilh each article.
All of the most reputable NOSTRUMS may be
found in his Establishment. Also,
Candles, Kisses, Sugar Plums and
ALSO, FINE W INES AND PRANDY,
for Medicinal purposes.
Pcrf uimery of his own and Nortliern make,
hard it) heat.
SOA1PS.-A large and extensive variety.
CANDLES,-Wax, Sperm and Adamantine.
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &e.
BRUSIIES.-Marking, Sash, Tool, Paint, Grain
ing, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, Crumb, Shoe, llorse and
PENCILS-Camel's and Sable Hair, lare size.
And last though not least, the finest IlA IR H R USU
ES ever offered in the place, of various patrons
Dressing and extrai fine COMBS,
DUSTING BRUSIJES.-A n e:cellent article.
PAPER-Fools Cap anJ Letter P;.per, coiimon
NOTE PAPER-Various si-es aind tinmey styles,
ENVELOPES-Commiion Buff', Plain White and
Fancy Note Enveloapes,
INK, P ENS, PENCILS AND CR AYONS.
Osborne's American Water Calours.
Gum Elastic Baills-Silid, llollow and
Fine-I'arlor Halls fir the Ladies, in!viting~ them
to exercise within doors, when the weather is
too inelemnment to be out.
May 18 tf 1S
Edgefield Male Academy.
T IllS Institution is opened foir another year undet
the contrail of Mr. J. GREGG [IITNER,
our last year's Teacher.
The experience of a twelvemonth has fully- satis
fled us that no more comp~etentt young getntlemanr
:an lbe faunid in the Statec than thme one now :at thec
ieadl of our Aecademny. The best proof of this i
the general satisfaction given by him last year,
backed liv the addlitionad f.net thaat his School, at the
termination oaf its first week for the second year,
umbered 43 Pupils.
The Trustees desire to assure the Public that
their unitcd etibrts will be given to the caimse ot
their School, and a ciantinuedl and compllele supaervi.
sion will be exercised by thiemi over its prges
Mr. Lerrsu~m will in a short time procure a first
rate Assistant, and aniy number short of four score
can then be well at teinded to.
The Bluildinig is in comufortable conadition, havinc
three large fire-places (oine ini each of the lairger
rooms,) anad being well supplied with convenient
tables and arm-chairs of the best finish.
Once more we appeal to the people oif Edlgefield
:nd the adjoining Districts, for their eneoaurag'ement
of our earnest enideavors to establish a first rate
For the Classienl Department, per annum,. .$36.00
"" liigher Eng. " "~ " ..-.0
"i " Ordinmarv " " " " . . -2&,
Capitol boarding to be had in pleasant families.
JOIIN LIPSCOMB, '
A RTilUR SIMKINS,
G1E0. A. ADDISON,
LiEW IS JONES,
R. T. Mll.\S.)'
Jan 11 tI 52
H AVING changed owners, and the preseni
im will, in a few day~s, have tw~o runl of Bur,
in excellent order for grindling wheat ;anal they will
have also, :an ceel'ent pair' of granite Stones f'ot
grinding corn, and it can be groaund at all timhes in
its turn. The ubscribers flatter themselves thMi
this new arraugement will be ot some convenience tc
the public, and w~e would ask for a continunnee oI
the very liberal patronage which the .lills have
herofore received, only so long as wve may merit
Persons wvishiing to engage time, will please do se
in the eveninag of each day. as it is thme intenition oi
the p esent owners to grind in t lie day-time only,
except in ease of necessity or great press.
REtUBEN LY3R AF D).
July 13 tf -26
Beautiful Residence for Sale|
TIlls Undersigned, Agent for the
i Distributees of the Estate of thme latt
g* Thomas I1. Loveless, (who are all o1
age) offers for sale the TR ACT 01'
L AN D) on which the said Thos. HL Loveless resided
at the time of his death, situated onm the Columibit
Road about six niles from Edlgefie'd C. II., contain
ini Three 1Inndred acres, morme or less.
The landls will be sold for division, upon termt
favorable to purchasers.
JOHIN C. LOVELESS.
June 22 tf 23
To the Stockhohier s of the Edge/icid Odd.
Fellows' and Mfasonic Building Associa
GENTLEMlEN: You will come forwiarad and
pay to Jlas. B. Sullivan, Treasurer, or A. Ramsey
Agent, :he Third instalnment of 10 per cent. on youl
Stock. And those who haive given their Notes foi
the First and Second Instalments, are earnestly re
quested to take thenm up, as we need money to hav<
the work advanced. Please respond early.
I A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
J-n. 2 oo f 22
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax Collector
A. R. ABLE.
M. B. WIrTTLE,
T1OMAS B. REESE,
THOS. G. BACON.
11. T. WRTGHr,
JOHN W. SMITH,
W. F. DURISOE,
Rich and Beautiful Goods
AT THE NEWAND ELEGANT DRY GOODS STORE OF
WARD & BURCHARD,
OrrosrrE MAsoNIC hALL, AUGUSTA, GRORGIA.
WE are now receiving our SPRING AND
SUM13MER supplies of
Rich and Elegant Dry Goods,
Selected with much care in all the Northern Mar
ket,. and we take great pleasure in inviting the at
tention of all in want of FAMILY SUPPLIES,
ieeling assured that we can offer the best bargains
to be fouid in A ulrusta,
In elerantSpring SILKS, Rich Wedding SILKS,
Organdies. Tissues, Bareges, French Jaconets,
Lawis, Black, lHroende Silks.
Also, one or the lirgest Stocks of ligh Lustred
Black ITALIAN SILKS,-the most elegant Goods
ever oflercl in A ugtusta.
New and beauti:ful Parisian PLAIDS, in Silk and
other Fabrics, with rich combination of Colors, in
eluiling the gay, the grave, the rich, the elegimt
L.l liROIDERIES of every description,-and in
fac; every other kind of Dry Goods suitable for
Lalies aid Children's wardrobes.
SHAWLS OF EVERY EIND.-In this Dc
partment wiMl be found some of the most elegant
Embroidered Crape SHAWLS, ever exhibited
Suth 4of the Potonae.
MO1UN I NG GOODS in great variety.
A merican, EnglIsh and Fienelh CALICOS and
G I.NG IIA.MS.
IlOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As
frish Linen, Linen Sleetings, Pillov Case Linea
aid Cotton, Table Danask, Napkins, Towellings,
AugustaSI)EETINGS amid STIfITINGS, Cot
ton OSNABURGS and Georgia STRIPES at the
M Our Goods will be offered at a small ad
vance upon the original cost, for CASH, wholesale
and retail. They will be shown freely, represent
ed fairly, and submitted to the unbiassed judgement
of the purchaser.
(f Orders accompanied with the money will
have our prompt attention, and the exercise of our
WARD & BURCIIARD.
A ugusta, March 27 .tf 11
Ladies' Mourning Goods,
W ILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has
received from New York a full supply or
LADIES' MOURNING GOODS, among which
Lupin's Plain Black CITA LLY, of the best quality;
Lupin's Black Summer BOM1BAZINES, of beau
tiful styles ;
Plain clack BAR EG ES and MARQUISSE, of ex
tra qutality ;
Plain Black B3arege DELAINES;
Plain -Clack GIIENADINES, an elegant article
for Mourning Dresses;
Mourniig MUSLINS and LAWNS, in a great va
riety of styles;
Mourning GINGHAMS, of superior styles and
Superior li1k. ALPA CAS and Canton CLOTHS;
Superior Englisha Black CRAPES, for Veils and
131k. Love, Lisle and Crape V EILS, some oft extra
L;alies'' Mourning Cambric and Lawn IIAND
Latdies' Mourning FANS and PARASOLS, of
To all of which the attention of the public is re
May 26 tf 19
FRasT B3RIGAtDE CAtvALaY, S. C. M.
ORDE R NO. 2.
~ glE following Regitments of Cavalry will pa
JL rade for drill and review, at the times and
plaes specified below.
The 2.1 Regimnent of Cavalry at Longmires (not
at ialount Vernon) on T'uursday the 3d of August
rTe 1st Rlegimeont of Cavalry atSmnith's Store, on
Saturoday the 1 9thI of' A ugust next.
The Commissioned and No-omsoe offi
cers will appecar at the places above stated in their
respective Regiments the day previous, for drill and
instruction. By order of
S. M. WILKES,
Maj. Gen. 1st Brigade Cavalry, S. C. M.
J. V. Mlooat, Brigade Mlajor.
.July 13 tf a 26i
AGNEW, FISHER & AGNEW,
13MPORTERS & DEA LERS IN
H ARDWARE, P A I N TS, OILS,
Windowv GIn s,
Groceries, Dry Goods, &c.,
And Buyers of Cotton and country produce.
Gi l'lm,.ters visiting this Market will find it
greatly to their advantage by giving us a call.
AGNEW, FlIHER & AGNEW.
Newberry C. II., A pril 13, tf 13
O7 The Abbeville .Bautner will please copy four
Summer Dry Goods!
WILLIAM SHE AR,
HI AS now in Store a very full and complete a
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Embracing the latest styles of Ladies' DRESS
GOODS, and comprising almost every article re
quired for famnily or plantation use. New Goods
will he received thtrought the season by the New
York Steamers, anid the assortnent kept complete.
The public is respectfully invited to call and ex
amine the assortment.
May 26 tf 19
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
S A MUEL SIIA RPTON, who is in the custody
of thme Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of a Wr'iit of Capias ad Saitisfaciendum, at the suit
of .lohn Cethiran, having filed in my Office, together
withm a Schedule on oath of his estate and effects, his
petitiemn to thte Court of Common Pleas, praying that
he tay be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the
General Asemmbly, made for the relief of insolvent
debtors, It is Ordered, that the said John Cothrau,
and all thte oter Creditors to whom the said Samuel
Sarpton is in anywise indebted, be and they are
hereby summoned and htave notice to appear before
the said Coun it, at Edgelield C. H., on Tuesday the
third day of October next, to show eause if any they
can, whly the prayer of the petition aforesaid should
not be-granted. T. G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oflic, July 5, 154. lat 25
Final Notice !
T H E late Firm of WILLIA MS & CHRISTIE
having been dissolved, circumstancisa require
that the debts be eollected and the business be closed
up wvithtout delay.
Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to
the Concern that longer indt'lgence CANNOT be
given, as Money is wanted and MUST be collected
to meet the demands against the concern.
- All notes and accounts not settled by the first
day of Septemiger next, will be put into the hands
of an Attorney or Mlagistrate for collection, unless
satisfactory arrangements are made previous to that
time. The notes and accounts can be found in the
hands of Alr. E. Penn, at the old stand of Williams
& Christie, who is duly authorised to settle th~e same.
July, 27 6t 28
Cheap Goods !
T lE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends -
- and the publ'c generally that he Jim on hand,
at the 'Store formerly occupied by WiLLIAS &
CuitisTre, a Stock of
Desirable and Seasonable'Goods,
Which he will sell VERY LOW FOR CASH 1.
They have been put in his hands on sale on such
terns as will enable him to sell them at COST, and
many of them considerably UNDER COST.
All those who desire to purchase good bargains
will do well to call and examine the Stock.
April27 tf 1.5
New Goods! New Goods!!
T HE Subscriber would respectfully invite atten
tion to his Stock of
SPRING &, SUMMR GOODS!
It is one of the LARGEST and BEST that he has
ever had the pleasure of offering for sale. For the
Ladies he has
PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILKS,
BAREGE DE LAINES,
MUSLINS AND LAWNS,
FINE WORKED COLLARS & REKFS.
CHEMISEETS & SLEEVES,
WIUTE & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS.
Together with the above, he has a ine assortment o
Groceries, Crockeryi Hardware,
HATS, BOOTS,.SHOES, 4-c.
All of which will be sold at moderateprices.
gW A liberal discount always allowed for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. II., March 15,. tf 9
Look at This,
AND THEN I KNOW YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED!
HE Subscriber has on hand a large Stock of
StIlRTINGS and COTTON OSNABURGS
which he is ofi'ering for sale at Uambarg Prices, for
Cash. M. W. CLARY.
Claryton, Aug 1, . 4t. 2
CARRIAGES, BI11GIES, 4c.
/ C'GREGOR & SM.ITH; build to order Car
Srianges of ever'y description. ,They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of i
New and Second-Hand Carriageg.
CW* All orders promptly atfinkd -to, an& Re
pairing neatly executed.- -
Edgefield C. I., Jan 18. . tt
Soda Wat er.
R. A. G. TEAGUE re'pectfully-fnforms the
JLadies and Gentlempn'of .Edgefield Vill a.
and vicinity, that his Soda Water Aparatus is1an
fine condition :'nnd,1c is drawinst at his Counter,
the MOST DELICIOUS SODA WATER, Ie does not
wish you to take his word for it, but cone and try 4,
07 The Ladies shall be waited oii '0romptly'and
receive special attention wrelpAh'ey visit him.
May 18 . tf 18
House and Sign ,ainting!.
T IIE Subscribers liaving'formed .themselves ine
X a Co-partnership, respeetfully infbrni the qiti- -
zens of Edgefield District,,that they are pow -pre
pared to do all business-entrustLd to them in- the
Painting, Gildiug, I arbfingf&c.,
In all its various bratichp4.PDd upon the -most rca-.
sonable terms. . . .
07 All letters addiessea fo them at- Eslgefie d
C. 11., will receive prompt-atteniion
They may be found in the Painting.Room of Mr.
Srr's Furniture Establishment.
Reference.-Mr. Jons LEIG11 ,And Mr. goiN-.
WrTT. C. 11. LUCAS,
A. A. PAUL.
March 8 tf 8
F. X. NICHOLAS,
EG LEAVE to inform the citizens of Edge
. field District that lie has on hand a small lot o
Also, Some that lie an sell as LOW as ONE
HUNDRED DOLL ARS, and others'at mo erate
priees. Persons wishing such articles woult ell
to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
he can give them better bargains than can they get
this side of New York.
June 8, tf 21
Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber intending to move off'ers for sale
his VA LUABLE PL ANTATION, containing
Five Hundred and Fifty-six Acres,
Lying on the head waters of Sleepy Creek, and
Within oiie and a quarter miles of J. Dorn's Steami
.\l ill. Two Hundred and fifty acres of the above
Tract is cleared, under good fencing, well watered,
and in a high state of cultivation, about half havirig
been recently opened. It is well suited to the growth
of Corn, Cotton and small grain.
On thecprcmises arc a comfrortable Dwelling House,
Gin House and Screw, New Negro llouses, and
all necessary out buildings. Also, an excellent Well
of water in the yard.
There are also on the premises one of the finest
Orchards in the District, embracing several varieties
of fruit trees. A. G. TURNER.
June 1 tf 20
T HE Trustees of Bethanny Academy take pleas
ure in announcing to the public, that their
School will be opened for the reception of Students
on the 2nd Monday in January 1854, under the su
pervision of the well known and suceessful Instrae
tor, Wx. .lIrA-rn, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the same as those charged by
the former Rector, Mr. Garnms.
Board can be obtained in the most respectable
families on reasonable terms and convenient to the
School. WILEY HARRISON, -
W. TIMMERMAN, -
J. L. TA LBERT,
Da. S. F. STEVENS,
G. J. SH EPPARD.J
Dec 21 ly '49
100,000 Feet of Lumber for Sale
A T my MILLS on Edisto River, ten miles East
- lof Edgefield C. H., and fourmiles below Lotts
P. 0. I have several hundred acres of heavy tim
bered pine land, that has never been picked over,
out of which the BEST OF LUMBER can be
sawed. There are splendid roads leading to and
from the Mills.*
1 also have a splendid pair of Stones of Mr. G. E.
Hendy's cut, which make ELEGA NT MEAL..
Any person wishing Lumber will be supplied at
the lowest prices-Meal ground with promptness
and despatch. I am Sawing and Grinding daily.
June 12, 2m 22
APPLICATION will be made at the Legislha
Ature at its next Session, by sundry creditors of
the late Henry Shultz, to amend the Charter of the
Augusta Bridge to.Jonies & Kennedy, as to require
the tolls received by them to be divided ameng all
the Creditors, instead of prefering the present hol
ders of the Charter.
Hamburg, June 5 tf 21
A LL Persons any wise indebted to the Esate of
John Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested to
make immediate settlement, and those having de
mands against said Estate will please render in thieir
accounts forthwith, properly . attested, according to
law.SI INEY WISE, 'os
-B. H. MILLER. *
Oct 26 tf
ALL, Persons indebted, to the Estate'of M. E.
Hollingsworth, dee'd., up to the time of his
death, are requested to makte iri~nediate payment,
and those having demands against said Estate 'will
present them properly attested.
D. F. HOLLINGSWORTH, Adm'or.
Mar 29 - tf '11
002PLASTERING LATHS, four
200,U5.Jand four and -ahalf feet long, for
sale low. A pply at Plank Road Mill, 10 miles above
Hamburg, or to , H. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, April 3 tif . '12
JUST received a supply of CHUICE BAdN
J SIDES, SHOULDERS and HAMS, for ~e
Cheap for Cash. G. L. PEN1 ;Ao ~'
May4 & f