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Correspondence of the Advertiser.
HAMBURG, Dec. 9.
Co-rro.-For the past week our market has been
much depressed, and prices continue very irreghla-r,
and in favor of buyers. Nueh of the Cotton re
ceived this week was stored on account of Planters.
Our market closes to-day very dull, and with an evi
dent downward tendency.
We are just in receipt of later news from Liver.
pool, whict brings a decline of 1-8 of a pcnny. and
a dull market-together witlh quite unfavorable war
news; Sevastopol not taken yet, and re-inforeements
of troop< on both sides. The English Government
has called on the militia for Volunteers, which indi
bate a Winter's campaign.
We quote sales Irregular to-day at 6 to 8 eents,
but look for a further deelinc the ensuing week.
A REGULAR Communication of
- No. 50, A. F M., will be held in
their Ial on Saturday evening, 16th
By order of the W. M.
A. G. TEAGUE, See'y.
. eeQ 2t 47
EDGEFIELD C. H.
J. GR EGG LEITNER, Picir.AL,
.AMES BLADON, Assis-rAr.
p rIE Exercises of this lnstitution will be recom
nuced on' the lECOND' IMONDAY in
Rates of Tuition, per Session.
First Class, Lower De)partnient,.......... $10
tSecond Ordinary English Branches...... 14
Third " Iligher English Branehes....... 16
Fourth " Greek an Latin Letters with
hi-her Nlathemtiatics.......... IS
J. GREGG LPETNElt, tceron.
Dee 13 tf 48
WALKER, GLENN & HATTON,
McMUORRIES & BRO.
T Il E Undersigned have purchased of J. B. F.
MdeMorries, survivor of the late firm of me
Norries & Biro.. the entire Stock in trade, and will
comlinue the Dry (oodls business at the OlJ Stand
,if McllORRIES & I1l0.. where they will keep
cowntant on had a GENELAL, COMPLETE
STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
Ladices' Dres Goods, of the best and latest styler,
-and in short EVERY A RTICLE pertaining we
o'1ier at the lowest living rate'.
We r..spectfully sil.cit a continuanee of the pat
rotne lieeofor~ extended to the old Firm.
Newberry, P1ee 11 4 t 48
Preparatory Military Selfool,
N)N 'he first (of .liiauary 18-55, the subseribers.
0 graiuates of th: CitadtL Academy, desiin
opiig at Yorkville, South Carolina, a SCILOOL
oF PitEPi.R.\TION for the Miitary Institutions
iof the St.ute. They wi.l endeavor to a11,rd ah-o, a
good pia it ed ucationl, to .seh pupils as are nut desi
roui of entering~ upon au advauced scientilie and
literare e.,urse. -
Th fllwowing wi;l he the course of instruction:
3D CLtS -Aritmnetie, Eng;ish Grannar, Geog
raphy, 1 listory of the United States.
2NI CL ss--.gebl. Plane Geomnetry, Universal
Ilistory, llistory of England. French.
I-r CLAss-reometry a--d Trigonoietry. Ilisto
ry of Gre.-ce, and of Ro:me, .\lythol..gy, Freneh,
s atural Ph.losophy, 1i)rawin:. 0-w
Evere:ses in Ietining. Co-nposition, Eloeut'on
and the )rill of Siqu.id ;id1l Comspaty, will be Con1
wduete.1 thr-oghout the course.
PuiJs Irori other Disrict will bjoard in certain
fiunli.-s of the town. under :ie immnleiate supervi
e.on of the prinicipa's.
Foir eachl Sessioni oIf live monllths, $23, inl advance,
.inard, pier month, inceludinig wvash~ing, fuel and
No pupail will be received1 who is uinder twelve or
over eightee-n ' ears of age, or whoi canniot read and
write with iaellity.
Gent. .Js~ms -1o0.:s. Granite.vlle, S. C.
,enl. .1. F. .lAllo0s, Uranebmuri, S. C.
Exi-Uov. .J. 11. :li.:.Ass, Btlckhead, S. C.
Gell. I). .ALscS.:, .Jnesville, Union. S. C.
Col..l. D. Wu~~sos, eoieiy lll.,lahgn
Gen. R. G. .31. JJesuvas-r, Ninety-Six Depot,
Abbev:le, S. C.
A. COW.\ RD, Coluenbia, until Jan'y
31. .E NKIN.\S Yorkv itle, S. C.
Dec 12 -- t - _ _ 4S
Gentlemen, Fair Notice!
POSITIVELY THE LAST!
\LL l'ersons indebted to mei. by note or open
.? acelutt conitracted previouis tll tile first of
.Jaanuary I ~54, war:I sett'e thleml withl mle at my
dayt the 8.h datv of February 1855, after thait date
w~tiliVn AttiirneV. W. P. BUTLER.
Edgetield C. ii., Dee 13- tf 48
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.tlhn E. F. Bryan, i Petition for leare to
Ranka b. Fulfer~and I sell Trust property.
btlmnore B. Ryatn. J
I N obedience to the latw in thlis matter, I will
proceed tol seltratt Edgelield C. 1 , ton tile
tirst Mondaly ill JIIniuary nlext, the fllolwinlg Ne
gro priperly, viz: Ren-l, Butler antd Pomlpey, be
in~g tIIree pime fellows-of theC slaves of the
Petitionler John E. F. Ryan.
Termis Cash. A. Slal1KINS, C. E. E. D.
1)ee 13 3t, 48
N otic c.
L1.f persons indebted to the Estate of Mldred
I.N obles, dee'dl., aire re~u~-sted 1o umlIke paty
mlent, and a.l thosei. having demands against tihe
samle wit haud themIl ill pro~serly attested.
djaituurri duLCES, Adm'or.
D~ee 13 2m" ~ 48
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of.James B.
&Coleman, dee'd., or to the Subscriber as Ad
lntnistrator, are eairtne.tly re quested to settle the
samle by tile 15th . Janualry neLxt, and all Itilnise
hlaving ally demlanlds against thle Etate oir alye~ise
interested atre hlerebv nioticed to mleet tile I nder
signled at the Ordilary uitliee of Lexinlgtoin Destriet,
on Mlonday thle 15th J1anluary next, as lhe is desno~us
oIf making a tinal settlemen~it o'f the Estate onl that
day. W. L. COLEM1A N,Adml'or.
i3ec 13 5t 48
Egr The Lexington Telegratph wilt please give
above three insertions and forward bill immlediautely
to' tile Edgetield Advertiser.
A L;I LPrnsidebted to the Estate of M. E.
llolingsorth dee'd., are earnestly requested
to settle imm~lediately, as guardians nre llppoinlted,
and tile li-tate multst be brought to a speedy close.
T[hose hiaving' demands against said lEstate, wiull
please render them In properly attested, by the first
of datnuary next.
ID. F. IIOLL!NGS WORTH, Admt'or.
Nov 9 tf 43
A LL Persons having any demlands against the
L.Estate of Mi es. Elizabeth Morgan, dee'd., are
requested to hand thlem in properly attested, and ull
persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to
miake inmmedmate payment.
S. S, TOMPKINS, Ex'or.
DeeG 6 t 47
ALTL Persons indebted to the Estate of W. H
.,L Moss, dee'd., are requested to miake immedi
ate paymienlt, and those hlaving demands againust
said Estate, will present, themn properly attested.
W~ Ii1. MOSS, Admn'or.
A ug 17 - ti 31
0000 ()~f PLASTERING LATIIS, femr
hUV~''J'Jand four and a half feet long,for
sale low. A pply at Plank Rtoadi Mill, 10 iies aib~o
Hamburg, or to ki. A. KlENICK.
l....burn, Api 36 - 12
RICH FRENCH UPHOLSTERY!
H. W. KINSMAN & C0.,
19 King St., Charlestoh, S. C.,
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CURTAIN MATE=
RA LS, UTPHOLSTURY GOODS AND
INVITE the attention of the trade and public
igenerally to the extensive assortment of Satin
Del.aines, Danasks, Lace and Muslin
CUTAINS; CORNICES, BANDS AND PINS, &C.,
Which they are receiving from Europe and Ameri
can manufactories, and which they offer
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices lower than any other house in the city.
11. W. K. & Co., are receiving the LATEST
PARItS DESIGNS for CURTAINS and DECO
RATIONS, of all kinds, and are enabled to produce
work of the best character and style. *
Merchants and Families will find it to their ad
vantage to call, as every article in the
Curtain and Upholstery Line,
Cun be obtained at the above establishment, and at
terms which c.1tannot fail to give approbation.
W All kinds of INTERIOR DECORATIONS
executed, and Papers put up in a superior style by
Charleston, Dee II 4t 48
AT PRIVATE SALE!
WITHOUT RESERVE, TIlE ENTIRE STOCK
OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
now opened and ready for inspection at the Store o
QOJG-3,R0Q17119 & A
NEXT TO HAVILAND & RISLEY'S,
THIE Undersigned offers for sale, at NEW
YORK COST, the eutire Stock of Dry Goods,
Seventy-FiveThousand Dollars worth,
And embraing almost EVERY ARTICLE in the
Dry Goods line.
The terms will be Nett Cash, or ap
proved paper, at three nionths, with interest
rom date of sale ; and, to save time and trouble, lie
vould infirm his friends and the public that there
vill be no deviation from the price named.
m Country .lerchants would do well to call
mnd examine the Goods and prices.
It is known that " Selling off at Cost" has been
sed as a means to sell at a profit-we make no
tatenctts but what we can stand up to. Give. us
call and judge for yQurself.
The Store is in the centre of business. It will
repay purchasers to call and examine the Stock.
urviving Partner of firm of Cosgrove & Brennan.
Augusta, Dee II 6t 48
R c mn o v a I.
C OSGROVIE & IH.ENNAN, have ramoved
their Stock of Goads from the old Store of
L. 1 COSOROV F, known as their ' Lower 1tore."
Iaving no connection with that flouse, thgp
would invite their friends to call at their upper Store,
ibove tihe Globe corner, where they are now open
ag an extetasiveStock of FANCY and STAPLE
I)1Y GUOI)S which they will sell at coit, in order
o winl up tihe business of the Firm, and satisfy the
icirs (af T. .1. Cosgrove, deceased.
Dee 12 (t 48
state of South Carolina,
BY I1. T. WRIGHT,Esq, Ordinary ofEdge.
Whereas, Edmund Penn has applied to me for
,etters of Administration, on all and singular
lie goods and chattles, rights and credits of
Vilian 11. Adams, late ot the District afore.
'laese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
d singular, the kinadred and creditors of the
tid deceased. to be ad appear before me, at
ur next Onaiinazry'sa UConri for the said District,
o be holdena at Edgetield C. HI., onf the 1st
ay of~ Jan. next, to show ecause, if any', why
le said administration should ntol. be grantcd.
Given tunder my hand and seal, this I ith day
f lie,. in the year of ouar Lord onte thousand
~igt huandred sad fifty-four, atnd in thec 79th
rear of American I ndepenadence.
I. T. WRIGH-T, 0. E. D.
Dec 13 *2t 48
[1WILL proced to sell at thec late residence of
DSt y Buley, dee'd., on T HURlSDA Y
8hday of Dcembnter next, all the persoall proper
v~ of the said deceased naot otherwise bequeathed,
n a credit o.f twelve maonths, consisting of NINE
GGE;OES, l lorses, hlogs, Cattle, llousehmold and
kithen Furnitture, &c., witha Corn, Fodder and
,thar articles too tedious to maention.
Also, at thec samae time and plaice, will be rented
ror the enisuing year, two Tract of Land.
* D. L. B3USSEY, Ex'or.
Dee G 2t*5 47
STA TE O1F SOU TH CAROLI.NA,
B Y H.LT. WRIGilT, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas, S. Broadwater has applied to me
or Letters of Administration, on all and sin
rtuir thme goods anad chattels, righats and credits
af William Vance, late of tlae District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
nd singular, thec kimndred tad creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before mae, at
our next Ordinary's Court for tihe said District,
o be houlden att Edgefield C. H., on thte I5tha
a of Decenmber next, to show eauise, if any,why
he said atdministration shtould not be granted.
Gien tunder myl) hantd anad seal, this 29tlh day
f Nov. in the year of onr Lord one thous
ad eight hundred :and fifty. four and in thec 79th
year of American Independenace.
H. T. WRIGH T, 0. E. D.
Dee 6 2L 47
State of southi Onrolina,
BY H. T.i'i WR'IHT, Esqr., Ordinary of
W-hreas J.L. Alkerson has applied to me for
Let ters ofAdminiast rationa,on tall and singular the
oods and ehaattels, rights anad credits of lairy
. t. Yeldell late of the District aforesaid,
These :are, thaereforec, to cite and admonish all
and sinagular, t he kinadred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, a~t
our next Ordinaarv's Court for the staid District.
to be holden tat l'dgefleld C. House, on the l8tha
y of Decemaberinast. to show cause, if any, why
the said administration shotuld noat be granted.
Given under my hand and seatl. thils 2d day of
Deceber in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight htundred and fifty-fouar and in the 79th
year of Amterictan independence.
HI. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
De6 2t 47
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMION PLE AS.
Ba. Ous, Foreign Attachment.
Wina. 11. Lloyd.5
rg~iE Plaintiff in thae above case. having this day
filed his D~elaraationa in may Office, and thec De
feadat haaviug neither wife nor Attorney known to
reside within the linaits of this State on whoma copies
of sad Deelarationa with rules to plead can be
served : On montion of Mr. AnAMs, Plaintiff's A t
tarney, Ordered, Thtat said Defendant appear and
plead to said Declaration withina a yecar and a day
from thte date hereaof, or final and absolute judgment
ill be given against him.
TlIIOS. G. BA CON, C. E. E. D.
Clrk's Office, Nov 29th, 1854. ly 47
amburg & Edgefield P'k Road,
H E P'LANK ROAD) from Hamburg to Edge
.field is now comnpleted and opena foi~ the pumbli
H. A. K ENRICK, P'ree.
Oct 5 tf 38
SHARES Ilanmburg & Edgefaid Plank
U ' oadStok.- A pply to
H.- A.'I~NNbCK, Precsident.
C HR1 ST A S.
T IE Subscriber now has a fine supply of GOOD
TH INGS ftr the Holidays, consisting.in part;
of the following -
NEW CROP RAISINS,
NEW CROP ALMONDS,
FINE GOSiEN CHEESE,
Whitehead & Co's LON DON PORTER,
Extra fine old 1BOUR13ON WHISKEY, &c.
Togetler with a rich variety of other articles, stita
ble for Christnas. S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, Dec 4 46
Medicines and Chemicals!
T IIE Undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Edgetield District, that he has just
opened in the Town of Hamburg, a WELL SE.
LECTEI Stock of C11OICE
MEDICINES AN D CHEMICALS,
To which he respectfully solicits their attention.
Anoigst his large assortment will be found
Toilet Articles akldhPrfnmery,
Drugs and Chemals,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STRFFS
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISEEt &e.
In compounding ledi ' es and supplying planta
tions, the strictest attenti towill be given to the re
quirements of his patrons.
Being a graduate of the London .ollege of Piar
macy, and having had an experieice of eighteen
years, in the business, he fels confident of ein g
able to give satisfaction to a who may f:vo1 him
with their patronane.
AITI El S. nR.\:NscIl01'T.
UInm .e. Dec 4 . (7
Hardware and Outlecry,
Hr P.1 x . e a -ms. w,-CC wat.1 e r
o~n:. 6. r 171 to! o .:ors *n.1 t Ire th r wh
rmay wh . 'L.4 in .r lin :"):-etl :md Sers who,
or sei.d v.,:. i$r. We v. ttnite every etitf
tand it i1 . rious lf th: Goi... Wel ke!1 to give
.generaL ''.ii.'e;J:i. Ynur pr' Si! .\LL be
in accornce lh the Iimes ; sns i.mlrn mir tl'
customers to ;.i1 them at he 10. Il ST MAR
We have now in Store :a I Sit.-k n:1 nre re
ceiving weekly. Amni.i -t which iy b, iund,
50 Tons Biand 'and Iluop IION,
20" Sweed . " assorted,
150 " English " "
2110 Smith BELLOWS, all qualities,
50 Kegs " Peru" NAILS,
50 Tons CASTINGS,
100 Dozen Door LOCKS,
100 " Pad "
500 " Till, Chest. Draw and Trunk Locks,
100 " AXES. Collins, Levette's and other
10 " Superior BROAD AXES,
50 310 '-S, all qualities.
To enumerate is too tedious. We have the Goods
atd want to sell them. -
We keep all things necessary for Mills of every
style, Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, Vices,
A nvils, Smith Tongs, Circular, Hand,
and all other kind of Saws, Screw
and Baules, Knives and Forks,
Pocket Kniiv s, Scissors,
Bo!ts, Spirit Levels,
G aages, Candlesticks, Planes,
horse Shoes and Nails, Uruslhes,
Coffee Mills, I lalter, Trace, Stretch,
Log, Breast, Continued and Fifth Chains,
Rope, Files of all kinds, it beautiful Lot of
Guns, of all qualities, Pistols, Percussion Caps,
Curry Combes, Game and Shot Bags, Powder
Flasks,'Dram Flasks, Sand and Waffle Irons, Braces
and Uitts, Augers, Chisels, Hammers, Drawing
Kniveh, Mortars, Kettles, Stew Pans, &c., &c.
ROBINSON & JACKSON.
JHanburg, Dec 4 tf 47
B' ROYAL LfTTYERS PATENVT.
OR WATERPROOF ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE
, AN UFACTUIIE) by TAncotaT, BRADLEY
ill & Co., 44 MaAet Street, .ilanchester. Prin
cSpal Warehouse, 1l2 Wotiod Street, Cheapside,
Lenuon, England. A meriean Establishments, 38
Ann Street atnd 1012 Nassau Street, New York.
Thec Ht YDROMA(; E is a valuable disenvery for protect.
lg the feet fr.om dlatmp or enlt, nid thierefore a preveiitativc
f mtns Lutng diseases. U, rout anyli dotdorIiy ,rhaitrr.
The Hy~dromtngen s lin the fiormi f a tole, and wor,, inside
he hoot oir shote. Its medicated charueter is a powerful an
tidote to isease.
Fnr Gentlemen it will lbe founad agreeable, warm, and
iealhy, Ito wear in the colest or rainesut weather, ais the foot
cnnot becoime wet if the Hlydromnagen Is Iiserted. L~adles
may wenr thle lightest sotled honts or sh~ocs in the most In
lement weather with itmpunity ; while Consumptihn, so
prevalent amnongthe young of our c.,nntry, many be thwarted
by their "eneral natiton. They entirely superaede over
shore,. ns ihe latter ennse the feet to perspiire In a very n
hethy manner: :mid, biesides, nro not tdangerous wear to
pdtrinnis In icy wenther, like IndIn rubbers. While thme
latter ennse the feet to appear extremnely large, the Hlydrm
mgen, bieing a mere thin slice oif cork pireplareil, peculiarly
pineued inside, does not increaise the size of the boot, or
enliste the foolto apphear untidy. Tti Childiren they are' cx
treimely valunhie. a they may engnge In exercise with coin
frt anid healthy efrects. Their expense Is rso sight ats to
scrce need mnentioni: besides, those who patronize them wIll
tiud their yeari! ly doo's bill mutch d/i/minished therebyj.
As the ltvydrnmnagen is beeining more kntown's Its sate is
Increasing boalmtttost incredible extent. ]Lst year in Lon
ditn. .31nehester, Birnumighamn. Liverpool. Glnsgow, Leeds,
Dublin.Pa'ris, Antwerpm, ihllhrt.h amid Bertint ouir sales
reached t.7d2..150I pairs of Cork fioles. This year the neum
ter wilt far sulrpa~ss that.
Ask time Fneutty thieir opitnian of their valueo as a preven
nt~ive far COUG11II , COLDJS, BI:ONCIlIlT1S, ASrTH MA anad
Mr'mt Stzr., per pair, 85 Czsis.
LAr'is'do do 30 do. .
Boss' & Misss' do 25 do.
No-rE-From the Rtetail Prices we malke a very liberal
alowatnce to .JobbIers nnd Wholesalers, so that any store
keeper may make a fine pro's 2 n their sale, while they are
n article that inye l I.t in:: :i store. nmueig atny elass of
gohs. For terms, appl.1 iv.
HARtCOURT, B1RADLhEY & CO.,
38 Ann Stra-t, New York.
Nov 22 :'ud
\le~i .co die:i I'me:itiU.ner. ha.s left a via
Great Preventative of Consumnption,
UNFAINO CURE FOR PULMONARY DISEACES.
WITHO T iI: !:.n: (F .M!:191IN E.-$ir A. iuwr, in
vented-anti :,Ived th I!. " of h
Medicated Fur Chest. Protector,
To all persons o~ a:1 :c :mt-l coni~thi':is.u~~ a <-rtain and a
safe shiehil nguninst li. !.:id. dis :a.-. (eo~uaopIs.n. Bren
chitis, Asthmnit, Cough<'. . . n. . ;wr :.. t I of the
crding to fashion, and i-> 11..: continiued chi~tz:~s of oulr
"The' Proteetor" is simplyancheitaity prepiared fur, lined
with silk and padded, which. susetided from the neck,
cvers the chest, in so ngreenible it tinner that, once worn,
It beenmes aI niem~iutid ii comfwtum.
"rThe Proitector," although. bt recently introucd Into
Amerien is making rapmid progress through the Uniuled Staites,
the Canadams, South Ameriea, and the West Itdites. It has
fr a long time beens a slminple article in Englandi andl on the
continent of Europie, white it hats grown In imany coutinies
to thte poisitiion of uni article of tdress.
To djemnstttrate these facts entquire of any English resldent
in your vicinity of his knowleidge sof the bienetlinit eficts of
wc:'rintg tthe Proitector,. wITirotT nur.coCrnst To DocTonIi;a of
any kind. The cost of wearig these artIcles Is a mhere trifle,
anl otte will last sonie yeurs. No line wrho values the hteatltht
if himself or his familty wIll lie without themt. The Htosp1
tas in thsis contrmy are not alone reeotntmentding them, but
rtpidly introducinsg thema. Unarcoutrt, Bradley & Co., of
London, and Manchtester, England.were originally entrusted
with the tansufacture of the P'rotectors, biy the lamented Dr.
Cooper, atnd contitnue to matnufnmeture according to Mii origi
m instrnctionis, and therefore rcomimend those who would
wear -The Protetors,"1 to see to their being genmuine.
RME-.nsn TilS IS A STAP3.E AnITieLE, AND so0 PATE.wr?
Rzits ET AIL PR.ICES.
Ocs's SmzE...............410 each.
LAnirs'o i,......-... 1,10 do.
Boss' & Misses' do............75 do.
HARCOURT, B3ARDLEY & CO.,
38 Ann St. & 102 Nassau St., New York.
PncctAL. WVAnrsmor'sE,102 Wood St., Chenipside, London.
MAUFAcont, 44 Market Street, 3i1anchester, Englandl.
HI. B. & Co. are eslablishting Depots fur the sale of " The
Prtnectir" itt all pairts cf Atmerien. Physremins. Stirgeons,
Clothiers. Dry Goods Merchaunis, H atters mind Miltitners, also
Geatlemen's Furnishtig tstire-Eepers tire enstrustesd wIth
the whoilesale anmd retail distribsution of them, anid to whtota
miost'lib~eral terms are oil'ered fur their enterprise, and a
splendid opportunity opens to them for safe nd profitable
Nov 22 8mn 45
D i s s oluti on.
TUhE Co-Patrtnershiip existing between Reel &
AWhite has ben dissolved by mutual consent.
Therefore all personis any wise indebted to said Firrm
ar thtus notified to itake inmmtediate payment, as
hong indulgence will not be given.
- J. M. WHITE.
Dece6 3t 47
A LL Persons indebted to the Firm of Lewis &
Hlarrisoni, either by note or open: account, are
fo~rewarned to call ont the Subscriber and settle the
same immediately. Thtis is the last call-so if you
wish to save conts conme forward and pay up.
n3c a. t 6 46
J. SIBLEY& SON.,
GROCERS AND COTTON
. HAMBURG, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inforin
their old customers and the Planters generally
that they are still to be fonnd at their Old .S'and,
and are paying tile !IlGIIEST IARKET PRICE
for Cotton and other Produce; and lpave in Store,
and are duily receiving I MOST COMPLETE asort:
-Atsdxa watn 'tAf at oPoii-iJ"
20,0)6i) fas. Gunny and Dundee BAWdINd,
200 Coils Hemp and..Russian ROPE,
200 11-ags COPF E, Rioamnd Jnva,
200 BbIs. Superior and Refined SUGARS,
25 1lihs. Nfurcovado and N. 0. do.
100 Bbls. MOLASSES,
3,000 qncks SALT,
25 . BEDS TEA DS, some of them fdney,
25 Boxessuperior CHE ESE,
A splendid assortment nf BLANKETS and
An assortment of Saddles and Bridles, CAlrs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lamp and Tai
ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
Shirtingand Yarns, and in fact everything usually
found in a Grocery Store.
W E take this means to inform our Customers
and the Planters generally, that we are not
connected with any other house, and only have one
Store, which is the Brick Corner, formerly occu
pied hv-.osiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON.
llanburg, Nov 28 if 46
r IlJE Subscribers invite the attention of their
customers and the public generally, to their
Stock of Groceries,
Just received at the Corner, one door above the
CAROLINA HOTEL, at the stand formerly oe
-opied by Messrs. LArK & BCKHAsri, consisting
in part of
10 Ilhds. N. Orleans apdMuscovado SUGARS.
75 Bbls. Stuarts Refined A. C. and A. Crushed
SUGA R, beautiful article,
60 Bags Rio COFFEE, No. 1 article,
20 " Lnguira "
25 BblR. No. 4 MACKER4,
25 Kits No.1 "
20 Ilhds. W. 1. MOLASSES,
200 Bbis. N. 0. SY R UP,
20 Cases N EGRO SHOES,' all sires,
25 Bbis. " Gibson's Eagle" WHISKEY,
25 " Omara's Old R1ye
25 " 0. K.
25 " Pikes Magnolia
.5 N. E. RUM,
50 Coils Weaver's best ROPE,
BAGGING and TWINE. -
NEGRO BTANKETS, KERSEYS, OSNABURES,
And all kinds of Domestic Goods usually kept in
our line; all of which we will- sell as cheap as this
market will afford; and we will pay as liberal prices
for Cotton and other Produce as any body else in
the markut. BEWLEY & SMITH
I lamburg, Nov 28 - 4t 46
A TEACIIER is wanted to take charge of the
School at llorn's Creek Church. No one need
apply unles he can come well recommended.
WASI.- WISE. Trustees.
Pomaria Nurseries, 1854--55,
CHOICE collection of PEACH, PEAR, (b.>th
Aof standards and dwarfs) PLUMS, NECTA
[NlNE APRICOT, QUINCEand FIG Trees.
Also, Ten Thousand APPLETREES, embracing
150 varieties, for sale at reduced prices by the hun
Choice GRAP E VINES, Rare ROSES. of the
newest sorts. embracing 190 varieties. Beautiful
EVERG REENS, &c.
" Priced-lists sent to all post paid applicants.
Address SUMMlER & CRAMMON),
Nov 29 6t 46 Alston., S. C.
State of South Carolina,
Joel P. Ridgell and Helen*
Pauline, his wife,
DeIaney L. Wilson, I
J. W. 11earat,
A. P. Conner, and
W. K. Bradley, et al.,
B Y a Decree of the Cosrt of Equity, in thisi
case, I shall proceed to sell, on the last
Friday and Saturday in December next, the 29th
ad 30th, on the premises, in this Distriet, all
the Trust proptrty belonging to the children of
Manrk F. Pope, dee'd., whmose names are Helen P.
Pope, now Helen P. Ridgell, Jacob WV. Pope,
Francis Marion Pope and Mark J. Pope, which
was given to them, in trust, by their grand father
Jacob Pope, dec'd., and consists of a Tract of
Land of Four Hundred and Forty-nine acres,
mtore or less, situate in the District and Statec
aforesaid, on the waters of Little Saluda, and
adjoiiing lanids of John Ramage, Daniel Smith,
Thornton Coleman, and Josiah Etheredge.
One other Tract, called the Walnut Creek
Tract., containing One Hundred acres, more or
less, situated in the District and State aforesaid,
on the same waters, and adjoining' lands of
Thornton Coleman, Benjamin Clark and others,
and purehased by Jacob Pope, Sr., from Philip
One other Tract of Land on the South side
of Indian Creek, bought by .acob from George
Pope, containing One hundred and .thirty-three
acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of Dan
iel Smith, and of tihe fo'ur hundred and forty
nino acre tract rabove described.
Also, the one third part. of the Geiger Tract,
or of the Trract of Land whereon Mark Pope
ded, containing Two hiundred and fifty acres,
more or less, situated in Edgefield District, oni
he same waters, and adjoining Lands of Zede
kia WVatkins, Joshua Miller, Lewis Mathis and
Alao, the following Negroes, viz: Kinchee,
Creasv, Tillmain, Alick, Reddick, Hannah, Hal
and Eliza, and their inerease, to wit: Sampson,
Wade, Sally and Lydia, the children of Creasy.
Also, Stock and Cattle of every kind, Horses,
Mules, Oxen, Cowsi and Hogs, and all other
proerty of every det-eription, consisting of Plan
tation T1ools, Ho~usehold aind Kitchen Furniture,
one Waiggun, Crop of Corn, Fodder, Cotton,
&c., and every thing pertatmnrg to a farm.
Plats and descripuions of the lands, &c., will
be more fully given on the days of sale.
TEIIS-A credit of twelve months on all
sums over twenty dollars. Purchasers giving
their notes or bonds with two approved sureties.
Sums under twenty dollars are to be paid in
cash. Costs of this suit lo be paid for in cash.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Dee 6 4t 47
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Thomas Wright and others' Bill for foreelos
Thos. L Fwler and (gmotgtage on
. D. Wright. Jra sae
BY Virtue of an Order from Chan. Dargan,
)signed at June Term of the Court of
Equity for Edgefield District, in the year 1849,
I will sell on the first Monday p'n January 1855,
at Edgefiekl Cou-rt House, the following real
estate in the Town of IHamb'urg, viz:
A Lot in said Town, known as No. one han
dred and thirty-six (136) lyinhg on Centre Street.
By instruction of the parties, thi's saie' which
has been postponed from year to year, will
positively be consummated as abote.
TERsz-A credit of one ' and two years (ini
stalmens to be equal) except the costs of the
aae which will be required in cash. The irsal
surety on 6ond will be necessary to secrE the
Dee 6 41 4
A LL Persons any wise indebted to the Estate-of
Li nna Anaderson, dce'd., are hereby requested
to make immediate payment, and those having tie
mands against sai Estate will pleas'e iendeu in their
afounts rorthwith-, propeu'Iy attest'ed.
OEOf.- J, ANDERSON, Adm'or.
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST1"
J M 0033Q Ch5sl
BEG to inform the public, that their Fall pur
chases this season have been UNUSUALLY
LARGE, hiving been 1it tha Ntitlhern markets
over thrte months this Summer. where so many
large anction sales took place, offering decided ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can confidently
say that our Stock is MUCH CIIEAPEt thai the
like quality of Goods could be obtained a few weeks
later, when the great body of Merchants went to
Our desire, owing to the very slort season that
we- will now necessarily have, is to dispose of this
large Stock. independent of profits, and we may
venture to say that we can ofT-r as strong induce
ments as any of our neighbors, if not stronger.
In our DRESS OOODS ROOM will be found
the richest varieties of the Season, such as
Elegant Aloriaitigue SI LKS;
Rieh Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figuied
Rich Bfocade Plain, Striped and Vlaid; 50 cents
per yard, worth 75 cents ;
Plain Black Silks, all widths, tery cheap;
Black Plaid Watered and Broeade, new styles;
White Silks and Satifis;
Figured, all Wool, French M1uslin DeLaines, 12b
cents, worth 50 cents I
French Merinos, very elleni
Lupins' best Bombuzine. exceediigly low;
B!aok Janmlese, a newand very desiiablo all.Wool
Goods for niotirning;
Black Alpaccas all qualities, some very fine and
Mantillas, Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap;
Crape. Cashmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds, of the oust elegant
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, G*
cents a yard, worth 20 cents;
f'alicoes and Ginglais, best styles, very cheap,
Domestic Uoods of all kinds ;
Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, and a great
.variety of other articles to which we would respect
fully invite the attention of the public.
Augusta, Nov 14 tf 41
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
M A.R ANSOM, AGENT for R. M. FUL
e LER, Ilamburg, S. C., has now on hand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Which he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that
cannot fail to please; and would respectfully invite
the attention of his customers and all in want of
Goods to an examination of his Stock, among which
will be found
Rich Brocade SILKS,
Figured, Plain, Black, Gro do Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Alarceline and Sarconett do
All wool DeLaines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 ets.
Solid Colored Persian DeLaines. various shades.,
Highland Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Saque Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and American Ginghams, from 12 to 25e
English and American Prints, all qualities,
do do Furtatine, do
Ladies Colored Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas
of the latest styles,
Black and Colored Shawls, various qualities,
Gauze and Welsh Flannels, warranted not to
Bleached and Brown do various qualities,
Richardson's undressed Irish Linens,
Bleached and Brown Table Damask do. from
50 to $1,25,
Bird's Eye and Scotch Diapers, all qualities,
Iluckaback Towels and Towelings,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
Drab Morino, for Skirts-Marsalcs do
Ladies' 5Misses and Children's Uosiery & Gloves
do Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
do Worsted Sleeves,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 \yhitney Blankets,
Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do.
Large Lot of Negro Blankets, very cheap,
Cassimeres, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentucky
Jeans, all qualities,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Bl'd and Brown Sheetings
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 shirting, Granitev~lle anti
Osnaburg Stripes and Yarns at Factory prices,
Real Georgia Plains, best quality,
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as
sortmecnt, with a great quantity of other Goods
uitable for the season.
gg Orders solicited and faithfully exccuted.
llamburg, Nov 28 if 40
New Fall and Winter Goods.
L D. LA LLERSTEDT, has received at
La the Corner of Globe llotel, A ugusta, Ga., a
Rich Brocade and Figured SILKS,
New and elegant styles Plaid do
Smalled Chtecked Canton SILKS, for Children,
Cashmere DeECOPE and Muslin, DeLANE,
English and Frenchm MERINOS,
Lupin's BOMBAZINE nud' ALP ACCA,
Paris Satque ar..i Opera F L AN NELS,
Scotch GINGH AMS and. P RINTS,
Needle worked BANDS and COLLARS,
CHIMESETTS and UNDERSLEVE'S,
Hemnstiched and Reviere llandkerchief.,
laconet and Swiss TRIMM1INGS,
Linen and Cotton SHEETING,
Bleached and Bruwni 5111RTING,
Table Linen, Satint Damask,
Large Stock of Negro BL ANKE TS,
Bed and Macau do
Georgia PL AINS and OSNADBURGS, &c.
ggThe prices and styles of thme above Goods
are warranted to suit, to'which Ito invites attention.
Augusta, Nov 28 4t 46
Negro Blankets and Cloths,
WAILLIA M SlE AR, Auaus-rA, GA., respect
VTfully invites the attentioni of Planters to his
large supply of NEGRO BLANKETS and N E-.
GRO CLOThIS, which he is preparing to sell at
very row prices.
Augusta, Nov 14 if 44
To the Ladies.
MJRS. E. T. HA M ILTON, takes
this method of informing the Ladies of
Edgefield Village and vicinity, that shd has In
Millinery and Dress-Making Business,
At thte Store formerly occupied by M1rs. Baows.
Nov 10 tf 44
The Daguerrean Car,
- R. LEIGH would fespectfully announce
IYJ.to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgetied
and vicinity that he will be ready L.y Mionday the
20th inst., to furnish all that maty favor hint with a
call, with a. CORRECT DAGUJERREOTYPE
LIKENESS, in any of the different styles they may
Nov 16 tf 44
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Elijah
T. Rauch, dee'd., are requested to make i
mediate payment, and those having.demannds against
said Estate will present them properly attested, as I
intend to close the estate by the 25th December
next. JOSEPH WYSE, Adm'or.
No 9 5t 43
B ETWEEN P'ottersville and Edgefield C. H., a
SMALL POCKET BOOK, conttaining a small
amount of mnoney, some notes and accounts-a note
on William llamilton, given sometime in Jumly,
15, for $5 ; account on Wmn. B. Dora for $22 50 ;
account on D. Chapman for $10, and perhaps some
other papers not recollected.
GEORGE W. DOOLEY.
N o ' f - 42
A LL Petmsonis iudebted to the Estate of JTames
.t.Yeldell, dee'd., are requested to make pay
ment forthwith to the Undersigned, and all persons
having demands against the Estate, are reqnested to
hand them in properly attested to the Undersigned.
J. HI. YEtLDELL, Ex'ors.
J. L. TALB'ER't.
Nov 22. . 3m-.4
A F1NE aidertment to he found, and at low pri
ces, at ROBINSON & JACKSON'S.
har.... nec 4- id 4T
Dissolution of Co-rartnersnip,
T' 'HE Co-partneiship herefofore existing between
TLREICnARDSON & MCD6(NALD, is 'this day Ala
solved by mutual coient. All indebted wWi please
make payment to Jbzin C. MoDoYNIALD, who'il au
thorized to settle up the. business of the Firm.
J. L.-ROCHA RDSON1,
J. C. McDONALb.
Uamburg, November 9, 1854.
H AVING purchased Mr. RruAtbaSON's Interest
in the above Firm, the Subscriber respect
fully inrorins his friends and the publie generally
that lie intends to continue the sale of
Ready-Made Clojhing, &c.,
In the Town of Hamburg; and hopes by keeping
constantly dn hand a full and fashionable assortmient
of Ready-ade Clothing, &c., to receive 3 liberal
share of patronage. The Planters of Eigeeld and
the adjoining Districts are specially invited to ex
amino my Stock before trading eli'ewhere.
JOHN C. MoDONNALD.
Unmburg. Nov 14 tf 41
To f rmer Friends and Patrons,
S E. BOWERS, thankfnl for past patron
e age, would beg leave to inform the pub!ie that
he is now receivirrg LARGE Coilsignments uf
Whiskeys, Brandies, WiseS, Cordials,
AND LIQUORiS OF ALI; INDSj
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF,
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all articles usua!ly kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent far two large Wholesale Confectionary
Hiouses one in New York and the other in Augus
ta, lie is prepared to fill all orders for
At the shurrest notice possible.
Ao he Is deting as Agent only, he would re
spectfully inform all that his business must be done
on the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELT ; for his low
prices and small commissions will not warrant ex
tension of time on Goods sold. *
lie is determined to sell Low, for Cash,
and hopes to merit a share of the trade. Come one,
come all, and examine his Stock before purchasing,
-it is all he asks.
g- The business will be conducted under the
name and style of S. E. Bowsas, Agent.
Hamburg, Nov. 1, f 42
New Fall and tWiter Gods!
THE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
T and W.INTER GOODS (at the Biick Store)
among which fifmy be fund
Rich Satin, Plaid and Fancy SILKS, of the latest
and most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured, Plaid and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English MERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and M NTILLAS,
" Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
DERSLEEVES and CIlIEMIZETTES,
A variety of BONNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS
Boots and Shoes, Hai and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and FACTORY STRIPES,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
Together with a large and well selected variety of
other Goods, too numerous to mention.
0- The public generally are respectfully solicited
to call and examine the above mentioned Stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 26 tf 41
McGREGOR k SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
M C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
riages of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
t7 All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield Cll., Jan 18 tf 1
T lIE Trustees have engaged thle services of Mr.
.1lAMES LESLY, of Abbeville District, for
the Male Department, and Rev. WV. H. CHRISTIE
for the Female Departmnent. Mr. C. will be assisted
by able instructors.
From thme experience of the present year, tihe
Trustees take pleasure in recommending Mr. Cuiams
TIE to the public as a very competent and energetic
Mr. LESLY is too well known in this and the ad
jonn *itits to require a single introductory re
mark from us. H~e is well qualified to give entire
Rates of Tuition.
First Class, Primary Lrepartnjent, per Sesson $90
2nd " ordinary English branches,.. 12,tbl
3nd " higher English branches...15,00
4th " Greek and Roman Literature with
Extras-Drawing, Painting, French andl
Musie, each............ ....... .... 20,00
Pupils are charge~d from the time of entering un
til the end of the Syession. Tuition in a-lvan~ce.
The Schools will open on the first Monday in
January, being divided into two Sessions of five
57 Two large buildings in addition to tho~se al
ready near, will be ready to accommodate boarders
by the first of January.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy for 1655!
T HIE Truste~es of this Institution take pleas'ure
in annonning to the public, that they have en
gaged the services of Mr. GEO. GALPIIIN for
the ensuing year. His industry and ability need
no commendation at our hands.
The exercise~s of the A cademy will commence on
MONp AY 15th January 1855.
Terms, rates of Tuition, &c., same as hitherto ;
but for particulamr infornmationit address Mr. GALPrms,
at Longmire's P. 0., S. C.
Bf order of the Board.
W. HARRISON, Chmair'n.
Nov 9 3m 43
Patent Jyletalic Burial Cases!
3T H ESE valuable air-tight and indestructible Ca
ses, for protecting and preserving the Dead for
ordinary intermnent, for vaults, for tiansportation, or
fur any other desirable purpose, are offered for sale
in this Village, cheap for Cash, by
P. Sr-I have on hand an casortment of all sizes.
.luly 27 tf 28
Fine Groceries, &o,
T HE Undersigned informs his friensis and the
trading public generally.that he has jfsst re
eived the following articles, in addition to Iiis al
ready large Stock of Groceries, to which I're invites
20 doz. ib1. English MUSTAf,
20 " 4*lb. "a
1 " qt. spied OYSTERS,
1 " whole Boies SARDINES,
1 " half cv u
0 "2 lbs OYSTERS. in esses.
Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratus, Soday &d., &c.,
just received next door to A. Lsvv, and opposite
the American' Hotel. R. L. GE1NTRY.
Hamburg, N6v 29 tf 46
ALL persons Tiraing anyr demabdi against the
-Estate of John- Herria,- d'ee'd.,- are requasted
to render them' In by the first December next, dtuly
attsted, and those indebted to'tdie Est'te till make
paymnt by that time,-as longer iddulgehee cabnot
be girien. WM. MOBLEY, Adm'or.
Not 2DI tf 46
J UST reeeited a stepply of CHOICE BACON
SIDES, SUOULI)ERS and HAMS, for sale
Cheap fot' Cash. G. L. PENN, AGEN'T.
May 4 tf T
T H1 Room at present occupied by Mr. Led Hill
as aDry Goods Store. In my absencee apply.
o J. A. Williams. S. CHRISTIE.
- nDec28 50
T NDER and by virtue of the last will and testa
U ment of Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan, deceased, I
shall proceed to sell at her late residence, on Wed
esday the 27th inst., all the Estate of said deceased
not specfieally d uposed by her last Will, consist
ing In part of the following roperty, viz
ONE TRACT OF LA D whereon ;he resided
at the time of her death, containing Three Hundretl -
and twenty-four acres, more or les, lying on the
West side of Stephe.ns' Creek, and adjoining Lands
of Chesley Wells, James llackwell, Mrs. Martin
blims md Dr. H. W. Tompkins.
Also1 TWO LIKELY NEGRO -WOM.EN, Ann
Lydia, one BUggy, Crpp of Corn, Fodder, Cotton,
Cotton Seed, Stock of flogs and Cattle; Plantation
Tois, Household and Kitchen Furniture. &o., &i.
TErtbis OF SAirs.-A credit till the first day of
November next. Purehasers to give note with.two
approved suretiesi All sums of an under $10 cash.
S. S, TOMPKINS, Ex'or. I
Dec t . .47
I W1I1, seli at Edgelield C. 11., on the first Mon
day in .January next, at public outcry, FIFTY
Si1 AftES PL A NK ROA D STOCK, in the Edge
el-d & Cheathoan Phink Road Coipany.
Terms if sale easi.
D. F. 110LLNOSWORTH, Adm'or.
Dec6 4t' 47
. ILL be :7obl at the late residence of Jeremiah
Seifinr, dvcd., on Thirsday -the 28th inst.,
the following property of said deceased, to wit;
'Five or six head of I lotes, One nBggy,-One.Ba
rouche, One Road Waagon. Lot of Coin, Fodder
and Oats, Stock of CattTP. Plantation Tools, &c.
gW Tiens made k nown on day.of sale. -
WILLIA.\l K. SEIOLEj; Ex'ors
Dee 6 3t 47
BY .Viftte of an Order from H. T. Wright, Or
dinary of Edgefield District, I ill sell on
Tuesday the 2d day of Januaiy, at tire plantation
belbnging to the children of Evan Morgan,-dee'd.,
the following property of the said deceased,.iz:'
Crop of Corn, Fodder, Oats, Stock of Cattle, a
fine Lot of Pork, several florses aid one Iule, one
Road Waggon, Plantation Tools,. Hoosehold and
Kitchen Furniture, &46.
Taitds.-Twelve months etedit Purehaders will
be required to' give notes wvith approied seebrity.
L. B: CQCHlR-AN, Ex'or.
Dee6 4t 47
BY Virtue of an Order from H. T. Wright, Esq.,
.Ordinary for Edigefield District; we will sell at
the late residence of Ailary Langley, dee'd., on
Friday the 22d inst., all the Personal pioperty of
Josiah Langley, late of Edgefield District; dee'd.,
Three Likely Negroes,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, being the pret
perty wherein the said Mary Langley had a life
TEas.-All sums of and finder $5Seasl. -Al
sums above $5 on a credt of twelve months With in
terest:froni date.- Pdrohasers to give notes with
sufficient surety. JAMiS CUEA'l'HAli,
.A dm'is with' the wll anne*eJ;
De6 St ,4.
W E will sell at public auction, at the late res.
W dence of James Yeldell; deceased on Tues
day the 19th day of Decembernext, the following
property of said deceased, to wt - Two Prime Ne
goo Fellows, Will -and Sada; Ode fe Saddle
orse, Lot of Sheep, and about T*eity Bales 6f
Cotton of the present crop.
Tzax.-A credit of twelie rn6nths from. the
day of sale. Purchasers will be reqired to. give
notes with ample surety.
JASPER H. YELDELL, xir
JOSEPH L. TALBERT-;
Nov 22 St 45
Valuable Residence for Sale.
T WILL sell, by virtue of an order from H.. T.
IWright, Ordinary, on the first. Monday in.Jan'
ary, next, at Edgefield C. H., the re@ Estate of
Mrs. Ridley Gray, deceased, consisting of A7%
DWELLlNG H OUSE and LOT in the Town of
Tzsus-On p credit of twelve months-pircha
es giving thtek notes, and two approved sureties.
H. A. GRAY,
Adm'or. wh the Will annexed.
Nov. 14 4t -44.
A dmninistrator's Sales
B)Y Virtue of an Order from Hi. T. Wright,' Or
....dinary of Edgefield District; wve will proceed
to sell at the late residlence of John C. Allen, dee'd.,
in Wednesday the 20th December, all the personal
Estate of said deceascd, consisting of,
Fifty-one Likely Negroes,
Crl, of Corn,, Cotton, Wheat, Oats, Fodder,' Peas,
&e. Also, Stuck of llorses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs
and Sheep, ine Carriage, one Buggy, three Wag
'non Cart,. Wacksmith and Plantation. Tools,
in...-hl~ and Kiteten Furniture, &c. Also, ono
xeleuat Piano. .
TER.s -Twelve months credit--intei'esf from
da~te-withm nuoe anid approved securities, fot- all suims
abve ten deliars: or and tuder that ambu'a? cash,
before delivery of property.
' .3. D. AI.LLEN, idnor
W. S. SlY LY. ~Ai'r.
Nov 22 3t46
BY an ordler tromn hi. T. Wright, Ordinary.o
DEdgeficld D istrict, I will sell on Tuesday the.
19th day of December next, at the late residence of
Jesse Jennings, dee'd., the following ptoperty, vrtzr
TWenty-Two P'rinie Negi-oedtt
Stok of Ilorses. Cattle. Crop of Corn and Fodder,
ouelhold and Kitchen Furniture, with maby other
articles usually found on a plantation.
TRas-A credit of twelve months, eicept for
sums under five dollars, which will be required .in
cash. Pnrchasers giving notes with amtplc securi
ties* Sale to'commenee at 10 o'cloert; A. III:, Id
order to-nfnish in one a'.
JOIIN J. JENNIGS; Adin'or.
Nov 29 3:46
TImportant to Farniers.
I'IlS Will inform thme Planters of Edgefield 1);.
Itrict that wve have bately bought from Mi'. i;
T. & L. J. Warr thme right of a very
Valuable Cotton-Seed Planter,
for the above named Distr et; We will have ar
Agent to exhibit the PL ANJsR, and-will sell in-'
di'vidual Rights and Maschines otn reasonable terms.
It opens the bed, drills thme seed and covers it ;
and it is also excllent for drilling Guano or~ any
other Mlanure. The Planter was Patented last Au
gust by the Miessrs. Warr, and is said fto be second
to none ini the Patent Offiee.
W. D. CALUOUN,
Oct 19 t'f 4
TO save ('oat and to benefit his Crediford, att~
.earnest appeal is mAd-e to those mndebted to'
SAxUSr. E. Bowas to come forward and apay up.
lhis Assigned Estate must be speedily closed.
W. W. t8ALE, Assignee.
Hambdg; Aug 5. 1854. 3mn ' 30
LL Personis indebted to the Estate of Jeremiah
1.Seigler, or that of WVarrid F. Wins, deodj
are hereby notified to make prompt payment; td
those havinrt'laims against either Estate, will pre'
sent them forthwith foi' payment in da'e ford.
Es'rsof Jreis Seigler.
N ov 29' 3ni
A LL Persons indebted to it'e 'Estate of Daniel
.Smith, dee'd., are liereby warned to make
payment by or before'the first of January next;an
those having deundgatgainst said Estate will please
present them proberly attested as soon-as possibe.
J. P. MIlCKLER, Ex'i
Nov 29 Sie ' 46
T HE Stockholders in the Edgefield & Cheatha'n
Plank Road are hereby notified that e fourthv
and last instalment of twenty-five per cent on their
subscriptions will be required on the 15th Dee in
J.. B.- SITLLIVAN, Tre-"%