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AT. COS -T;, FOR CASH 1
THE' Undersigned, intending to change his busi
neiss, will sell his Stock of
Dry Goods, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS, SHOES, AND SADDLERY,
AT NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH!
JAS. B SULLIVAN.
Jan 10 4t 52
."raniteville Hotel Re-opened.
rT IE Subscriber informs the public
that lie has opened the Hotel s,
knownas the GRANITEVILLE 110
TEL, where be hopes by giving close
attention to the House, to be liberally patronised.
Said Hotel will be kept in good style-as much so
as any in the State. Nly Table will be furnished
with the best the market affords. My Stables shall
always be supplied with good proder, and attend
ed by an excellent Ostler.
JAS. A. MOSLEY.
Graniteville, Jan 8, 4t 52
Negroes for Sale,
BY CONSENT of parties, I will sell at Edge
field C. 11., at publbe outcry, on the first Mon
day in February next,
Four Negro Slaves,
Tiz: Lark and his'wife Mariah, Lewis and Lee.
Taus.-A credit until the first of January 1856,
-with interest from the day or sale. Purchasers will
'be required to give notes with two sureties to se
vure the purchase money. The above negroes can
rbe treated for at private sale.
S. B. GRIFFIN, AGENT.
Jan 10 4t 52
Land for Sale,
!pIh TIE Subscriber bein$Nesirous of moving West
otyers for sale his VALUABLE TR A GT OF
LAN 1), lying on Mountain Creek. near the con
jutiotion oI it and Turkey Creek, crossing the Block
er Rona. twelve miles from Edgefield Village, con
taining Four hundred and sixty-seven (467) ucres,
with o d improvemetis, ind adjoining lauds of Dr.
.lohn Lake. .1. llo'loway, lsaac Boles, Sam. Zim
nerinan and others. E. M. BIRD.
Jan 10 4t 52
LL Per-ons indebted to me either by note or
A account can find then in the hands of A. C.,
Dean, at my house, until Feb. next-after that time
they will be left in the hands of G. W. Laudrum
Esq., for collection.
I ,,fier for sale my KEM1P and BLEDSOE
TR ACTS OF' LAN . 1 one containing Four Hun
dire-l and Fifteen acres, and the other Two hundred
nad twenty-two acres. Said Lands will be sold
low for cash, or good paper. DORN.
Jan 10 3t 52
BY an Order from H. T. Wright, Ordinary, I
shall proceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
first Monday in February next, all the personal pro
perty of the late Ilenry F. Freeman, dee'd., con
sisting if THIRTEEN LIKELY NEGROES, on
a credit until the 25th December 1855. Purchasers
giving notes with amlile security, before the delivery
of the property. N. K. BUTLBLR, Ad'or.
Jan 10 4t 52
Brought to the Jail,
OF this listrict, a Negro woman who says her
1n:o1me is 13 I-TSY, and that she belongs to one
.John Smith. living in the up-country. Said woman
is about five feet four inches in height, dark com
plected and wears ear-riis.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
Property, pay charges and take her away, otherwise
sie wll lie dealt with as the law directs.
W. W. GOODM1AN, j. r.. 0.
.an 10 tf 52
STATEI OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B Y H.T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas Willis Satchier has applied to me ror Let.
ters of Administration, on all and singular the goods
and chattels. riirhts and credits of Walter Satcher late
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, th~ererore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas.
ed, to he and appear before me, at ournest Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 1thi day of Jan., 1855, to show cause, if
any, why the said 'Administration should not be
Given, under my hand and seal, this 29th day of
SDecenmber in the v'ear of our L~ord one thousand eight
huonalredI and: fifty~-four and in the 79th year of Amern
eart ladependetnce. 11. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Jan 3 2t 51
STATE OF SOUTli CAROLINA.
)Y IL.T. WRIGIIT, Esquire, Ordinmary of Edge.
I} field District.
Whereas. 0. W. Allen. has app.lied to me for Let
ters of Aniinistration, on atl and singular thme goods
and cbattels, rights and credits of John R. Allen, late
of the District nforesaid dleceased.
T1hmese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
sing~ular, the kindred and creditors of the said do.
ceased, to be and. appear before me, at onr next Ordi
nary's Court for the said District, to he holden at
Etgefield C. H., on the 15th day of Jantuary, 1855, to
,,how cauise, if any, why the said administration should
not he granted.
Given untder my hand and seal, this 1st day of Jan.,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
atid fifiyfive and in the sevenity-ninth year of Amert
can ndcendece~ H. T. W RIGHT, 0. E. D.
Ja t 51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge.
Whereas Win. S. Smyley has applied to me for
Letters of Administration, on all and singular the
good. and chattles rights and credits of Fabean P. Al
Len, late of the District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ad, to he and appear before me at our next Ordinary's
Coutrt for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H-., on the 15th day of January inst., to show cause,
. if any, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this first day of Jan.,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
.atnd fift v-five and in the seventy-ninth year of Ameri
can ndepndene. H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY H. T. WvRIGHTr, Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield
Whereas, Azareah Stone las applied to me for Let.
tars of Administration, on all and singular the goods
and chiattles, rights and credits of Sarah Newton, late
of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
sintgular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me,at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 15th day of Jan. inst., to show cause, if
agry, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this 1st day of Jan.
in.she ytear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fiftiy4he, and in the 76th year of American Inde
pe~a~u~ce.H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Jarn 3 2t 51
~S fereby given to all parties concerned, that a
LFINA L SETTrLEM1ENT of the Estate of John
Anuderson, dee'd.. will be amade at the Ordinary's
Ofiee of Edgefield District, ont the 3d day of April
185'5. All persons who have demands against the
Estate, will in the mecantimne, render thenm in pro
petly attested, and thmose indebted are required to
make payment. JOHN F. TA LBERT, Ad'r.
Ja3 3m 51
Beware of Return Day?!
T IlE Subscriber respectfully notifies all persons
indebted to the Estate of Win. M. Timmner
man, dee'd., that they must make payment on or
before the 15th of February next. It will be very
disagreeable to me to compel any of my friends to
pay cost, but unless the terms above-mentioned are
complied wIth, I will be forced to ao so. Those
having demands against said Estate will please ren
der them in properly aittested.
WM. BYRD, Adm'or.
.Jan 3 3t51
ALL Persons having any claims or demands
-... against D. K. Mtealinig, Lunatic, are requested
to present the Subscriber with a copy of the same.
J7. P. SIEALING.
A SSRS. SPANN & MAGRATIN,
in partnership, will practice in LA W AND
EQUITY. Office opposite the residence of Mr. G.
Addison. One or the other will always be in office.
Jan 3 3m 51
A TEACHER is wanted to take charge of the
School at Horn's Creek Church. No onwneed
apply unless he can come well recommended.
WASH. WISE, T tee
Jan 3 3t 51
TO take charge of a School at Stevens' Creek
LChurch. One that can come well recommend
ed will rceeive a liberal salarv.
J. S. SMYLY, a
J. S. BUZZARD,
W. N. STEVENS,
Jan 3 3t* 51
LOST on Saturday the 23d ult., my POCKET
L BOOK, containing rcc One Hundred Dol
lar Bills, and four Fifty lar Bills, with my name
written on t'e back of one of the One Hundred
Dollar Bills. A reward of $25 will be given upon
delivery of said Pocket Book and contents, or any
information concerning it will be thankfully received.
M. A. PADGETT.
Jan 3 tf 51
L-o s t
ON Christmas day, a medium size Red Figured
PORTMON EY, containing a sniall a-nount of
money, and two notes, one on .l. P. Cofer, given oii
26th Nov. for $18, and tle other on T. 11. Bartly,
for $30, given on 2d Dec. It also contained a note
against myself, for $12, which I had settled but neg
lected to destroy. Other papers and accounts were
ir, the Pocket Book. I will give a suitable reward
for the safe delivery of said Pocket Book.
E. N. BARTLEV.
Jan 3 3 3 51
I HAVE closed my Shoe Busitiess. From the
press of other business, I can devote but a short
time, personally, to the collection of my aeconnts.
After the expiration of which time, those indebted
by note or account, will receive legal notice of the
employment of an Agent legally authorized to set
tle with them. R. T. MIMS.
January 3 -t 51_
B Y Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright, Or
?dinary of Edgefield District, we will proceed
to sell at the late residence of John C. Allen, dee'd.,
on Wednesday the ith January, all the personal
Estate of said deceased, consisting of
Fifty-one Likely Negroes,
Crop of Corn, Cotton, Wheat, Oats, Fodder, Peas,
&e. Also. Stock of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Ilogs
and Sheep, one Carriage. one Buggy, three Wag
ons, one Cart, Blaeksmith and Plantation Tools
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c. Also, one
TERMs.-On a credit until 25th Dec. next-inte
rest from date-with note and approved securities, for
all sumsabove ten dollars: of and under that naount
cash, before delivery of property.
W. S. SMYLY. Adm'or.
N. B.--Will be rented at the simne timle and
place, for the ensuing year, the valuab!e and highly
prodnetive tract of Land known as the Mill 1iace.
Jan 3 2t 51
THUE Subscriber will attend at Maj. J. C. Allen's
T sale, where all persons indebted to the Estate
of Simeon Mathis, dec'd., are respectfully requested
to come forward and settle their accounts, and all
those having any demands will also present them at
the same time and place, as the Subscriber lives at
a distance from any pubiie place.
SI.PSON MATINS, Admn'or.
JanI 2t 51
IT ILL be sold at my residence on Weadnesday
?Y the 10tht inst., my STOCK~ OF CATITLE
AND HOGS, amnong whiich are 30 or 40 Fat llogs,
wo good Waggonsa, a'Thrasher and Fan. Gin Ileaid,
FIYE MULES, Fodder and Corn,and other things
to tedious to mention.
Also, SIX or SEV EN NEG ROES to lire, if not
previously disposed of. -.RO ARN
Jan 4 -- - It 51
BT an Orader from H . T. Wright, Orditnary of
Edgefield Distriet, I iil sell at the late rest
ience of Sarah Gregory, dee'd,, on Friday the
Seven Likely Negroes,
Stock of Cattle, Household and Kitchen Furniture.
TrEmss.-On a credit until the 25th day of Dc
cember next. Purchasers giving not -s with :ample
securities. All sums unader five doallairs will be re
quired in cash. RICH. GREGORY, AdXor.
Jan 3 2t 51
List of Letters
R EMIAINING in the Post Office at Edgelield C.
11., on thme 30th December, 15S4.
A-. Adams, W. A. A dams, Mrs. A . Adadisaon.
B-T. S. Beach, Miss Frances A. Boaswell, Thos.
P. Beoard, Miss Mary Bradberry, Jiohtn G. Boozer,
Edmund Bloyd, Julius ledsoe, Rev. II. T. Blartley,
C-Joha A. Chapman, Mrs. Sarah Cauch,. Miss
Harriet Chambirly, W. II. H. Curry, Miss Sophiia
Chapin, Miss Sarah Cogburn, John Cogburn, E. C.
Cook, Isaae Caddick, A. Church.
D-James M. Day. Micager Dinkins, R. G. M.
Dunovant, IHugh Duffy or hies.
F-M1ajor C. W. Faucett, James Fisher.
G-Daniel Gilchrnist, Thomas Graves, J. Grice,
T. J. G. Goode, A rthur Glover. JohmnT. Goodwyn.
H-James Holland, R. Ilarling, Jacob lI arling 2,
R. L.liolloway, W. W. Hiavard & bro., Wade
Holstein Esq. 7, Mrs. A. R. Hlawkes, Mrs. Hlenriet
ta Hlollowvay, W. M. Heath, Andrew B. llall.
.J-Wmz. Jennings, Rev. W. B. Johnson, Hlast
ing Jennings 2.
JK-W. W. Kirkland, Charles Kcnne'rly.
L--Thomas G. Lamar, IHiranm I. Lakeroz, Miss
Sarah Lowrey 2, Charles H. Luca.s, J. M. Lillarad 2.
lM-John Mix, NeLewry, S. Mobley, Esq.
N-A. 0. Norris, John Napper.
P-E. J. Pride, Esq., D~oet. Pollard, Miss Polina
Poses, Mrs. Mati'da Parks, R. T. Parks.
Q-John Quattlebum, Esqd
k-Miss Mary Riley.
S-Susan M. Smith, Lark Swearengin.
T-Henrietta Thomas, John Tillnman, Coj. J. F.
V-Isaac Vairsant, Esq.
W-John Williams, .lohn HI. Walker, Williatm
C. Williams, James W. Walker, Mrs. Eliza Walker
2, Mr. Wever.
W.W.WHIE P. M.
Jan 3 2t W 'WIE 51
The Daguerrean Car,
l R.L IGH would respectfully announce
to the Laies and Genthement of Edgetield
and vicinity that he will be ready by Monday the
20th inst., to furnish all that may favor him wvith a
call. with a CORRECT D)AGUERREOTYPE
LIKENESS, in any of the different styles they may
Nov 16 tf 44
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jeremiah
L1Seigler, or that of Warren F. Winn, dee'd.,
are hereby notified to make prompt payment; and
those having claims against either Estate, will pre
sent them forthwith for payment in due form.
Ex'ors of Jeremiah Seigler.
Nov 29 3m 46
A LL Persons indebted to the late John Chap.
man, dee'd., or to the late Firm of John
Chapman & Sons, by open account previous to this
date, will please come forward and settleithe same,
either by note or gashi, as I wish to close the husiness.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN, Adm'or.
De c2774t 50
N oti ce.
JT HE Subscriber contemplating a change in his.
business, early the ensuing spring, earnestly
requests all indebted, to call and settle their accounts
previous to the first of January next. Interest will
be charged on ALL accounts of over six months
standing, remaining unpaid at that time-.
M. A. R ANSOM, Aao F.wr
n.-m....g, De f r0 n
Edgefield Collegiate Institute,
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
42 PUriLS IN ATTENDANCE LASr SESsioN.
T IIE next Session will commence on Monday
January 8th, 1855.
Tuition per Session, 14 weeks.
Academical " ................12 00
Collegiate ................15 00
Musie-Guitar or Piano..............18 00
Drawing and Fruenh. eiw-hn............10 00
Pupils using the Apparatus are charged each per
Pupils using the Piano for practice are charged
for keeping-then in tune per Session $1,00.
All Pupils are charged fifty cents each for con
The Musical Department is furnished with FIVE
PIA NOS, which are kept in exc'ellent order, and
used constantly by the Pupils.
Vocal Mlusic istaught daily without extra charge.
Tie Teachers will continuc in their several De
partinents the same as last fSession.
CHAS. A. RAYlOND., PaienrAL.
Dc 27 tf 50
Edgefield Male School,
r IU1S School is located in one'of the most healthy,
pleasant and convenient places near the Village,
on the road leadintr to Col. F. W. PicKss' amid just
one mile fron the Court House.
The exercises of the School will commence on
the Second Monday in January.
All the Eniglish branch'es usually connected with
Schools of this kind will be tatglt, and on reasona
The Teacher pledges his best efforts to give tho
roughness of instruction. and to affurd a good, prac
tical and business education. Strict attention will
be paid to principles and manners.
Rates of Tuition per Session.
Orthography, Reading and Writing........$6 00
Arithmetic, History and Defining .......... 8 00
Arithmetic. Geography and Grammar......10 00
Algebra, Geometry and Natural Philosophy. 14 00
Tryeonometry, Surveying, &c............16 00
The scholastic year will be divided into two Ses
sions of Five nonths cach.
Pupils are charged from the time of entrance to
the end of the Session. Sickness of two week's
duration will be dedueted. Disciplinestrict.without
crueltv. T. 13. CROOKER.
Jan 3 5t 51
Oak Grove Academy,
r he Trustees of this A cadtmy t:ak. much pleasure
.in informninz the cIno:unity aol its former pat
rons that it will be opened on the 2nd Manday in
January inst. under the charge of Miss C. E.
WEEKS in the Academical ),,part- tent, and Miss
F. NI. D. IEND IICK, in the Musical Department.
Miss Ilxstmicc has had charge of this Academy
for the past year, and has given general satisfaction,
and Miss WEEKs has hiad the conduct of a school
in this vicinity during the year 1854, and we :*
assured by those who patronized her school, that
she is well qualified to teach. To those who have
heard Miss IIENDacK perform on the Piano it is
unnecessary to say anything in commendation of
her qualificatio-ns in this Department.
We feel 'ell azmured that our school merits the
patronage of the conmmounily.
This school is situated in Edgefield District, with
in two miles of Kirksey's Cross Roads P. 0., in a
high and healthy section of the District.
Good board in the neighborhood at $7 to $8 per
month. Rates of tuition are reasonable.
The year is divided into two Sessions of 22 weeks
each. All the branches usually taught if female
schools are taught in this Academy, viz: English,
French and Spanish Languages- drawing atnd paint
in, and two crayon drawing and music, instrumnen
tal and vocal.
E. A NDREWVS, |
S. STF:PIL ENS, Trustees.
J. UARRIS, I
Jan 3 2ne 51
For the Year 1855.
'11 M. TALLOU, who has edited the " Pictori
.iIal'fromi the commnacemtent, having bought
out the late proprietor, Mr. F. Gleasotn, will conduct
this popular atnd widely circutlated paper on his own
ccunt. The new volumne will be radically improved
in every respect, and will be published on finter pa.
pr thnan ever before, which quality will be continued
henceforth wvithotut chtatnge. hMany newv aind popular
features will at oince be initroduced, and tihe literary
dpartmennt wvill preseint an arrany of talent and inter
est beyond ainythting it has before attempted. The
illustrations will be litner, and by better artists titan
have before bneen etnraged upon the paper, annd alto
gethIer thne publication will be vastly imnproved and
Arrattneents hnave been manic for representing
dring thte year, views of thne mnost ntotable buildings
an localities thnroughtout the Unnited States. as wvell
as giving likeneses of thne nost promninetnt cha~rac
ers, nmale and fem-nde, of~ artists and nmen of genius,
such as ha~vc, by thneir own inidustry and skill, nnade
for thnemselves a fortune and a name. In addition
to these, various notable European scenes and. oc
currences will also bne given front week to week,
forming a brilliiant illustrated journtal.
Tecrms :b.Incariably in Adrance.-One sub
scriber. otne year...................... $3 00
Four subscriber's, one year.............. 10 00
Ten " " " ......... 20 20
g Anty person sending sixteen subscribers at
the la~t rate, will receive thne scvcnnteennth copy gnatis.
Address M. M. BA LLOU,
Punblishner ad Proprietor,
Corner of Tremont andl Bromfield St's,
To the Public.
I SHALTL open to tmy fniends anid
Lthne public, Ott thne lirst Monday in su
.January, tine Hotel known as thne j
NEWBERRY HOTEL, whnich has
just been thnoroughly renovated and repaired ; good
anid faithful servats shnall always be in attendance,
and tine guests of the llouse shnall not want for any
thing thnat the market will afford. The suhscriber
trusts by strict attention to business, to nmerit a share
of te public patronnage.
'JOI1N WV. FOWLER, Proprietor.
Newberry C. HI., Dee 27, 3n 51
I' UAVE thnis day placed my Shop Books and
IA eeouuts itn the hianids of J1. Chneathnam, who is
duly authorized to colleet and receipt for mie, and
those who kniow themnselves to be in my debt, would
save cost bty calling ott him for a settlement, as I ann
bound to collect tiy money.
Dec 27 St 50
STATE OF SOTHlI CA ROLINA,
Alex. Gregory andti otihers
IT appearing to toy satisfaction thnat John Grego
ry, Easter Rankin, Shnadrach D~ees and wife Ce
lia, antd Jameis Rankin anid wife Iharriet, Defendantts
itt tis ease, reside withtout tine limits of this State,
It is thnerefore ordered, thtat thecy do appear and
objet to the division or sanle of tine, real Estate of
Sarah Gregory, dee'd., on or before thne first day of
April next, 1855, or thneir consent to the same will
be entered on record.
HI. T. WRIG HT, o. E. D.
SOrdinary's Ofie, Dee 18 3m 50
TlHE Subscriber ltas jutst received a splendid as
.sortment of GIFT BOOKS, suitable for pres
ents to sw eethecarts, relations or fniends. A mong
tnenm may be found
ROMANCE OF' AMERICAN LANDSCAPE.
Sixteen beanutiful engraving of A merican scenery.
THE THIOUGHT BLOSSOM Sixteen en
gravings ont steel.
THlE HOME ANNUA L, with sixteen fine plates.
THlE FLORAL KEEPSAKE,
THlE PE~ARL GIFT,
GIFT OF A FFECTION, and a large snipply of
Beatiful Albunms. G. L. PENN, AOT-.
Dec 20 tf 49
A LL having claims against the Estate of B. F.
.LGoudey, dee'd., will present thne same properly
attested ; and all persons indebted to the said Estate
will make paymetnts to the Undersigtted.
RLOBT. McDONALD, Acting Ex'or.
Hamurg, De 18, 2mn 49
IS tihus given to all persons indebted to Mrs.
Elizabetht Martini, tlee'd to make immediate
payment, and titose htaving demands against said
Estate, will render them in forthwith, properly at
tested. G. W. BURTON, Ex'or.
No" 9 tf 43
hamburg, S. C.
W E Respectfully solicit the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants, Physicians, and the public
generally, -to our VERY HANDSOME AND
SELECT STOCK of
Pure Medicines and Chemicals,
All of which are entirely -NEW and GENCINE.
-AMONG OUR ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, Glass utty, Dye Stuffs,
Perfumery, Essential Oils,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, SPICES,
BRUSH ES AND SOAPS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Old Port Wine for Medicinal Purposes,
And the moat popular
Of the day, all of which we offer at Whosesale or
Retail, upon the most reasonable terms ever hereto
fore offered in this market.
WM. H. TUTT, M. D.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Next door to B. S. Dunbar's Corner.
ITamburg, Dee 18' 3m .49
TIIE Subscriber takes this opportunity of inform
ing his friends, that he has removed to the
NEW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store of B.
C. Bryan, where he has just opened a LARGE
VA RIETY of new articles in his various branches
of;Trade. He intends keeping in the
Drug and Medicine Department,
A full supply or every article that is in common
use by the Profession, which will be constantly un
der the inspection or Drs. Bland, Abney, Mims and
Hurt; and if an article is reported to be impure it
will not be offered fror sale. Dr. M. W. Abuey has
taken an Offiec in the second Siory of the building,
and will give me the benefit of his experience in
Compounding Medicines and preparing prescrip
tions, and having been six years engaged in the bu
iness, I flatter myself, with these ample arrange
ments, I shall receive a liberal slare of the patron
age of Physicians. families, and-the public generally.
In the Grocery Department
EV ERY TIIING will be kept that is usually found
ii a Fancy Family Grocery Store. lit the
Department of Books, Stationary, kc,,
Will lie found a full supply of Standard School
Botoks, Bibles, Hymn Books, Fools Cap, Letter and
Note Paper, with almost every article in this line
will tie kept constantly for sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
May always be found a much -larger assortment of
Candies, Fruits, Pickles, Ketchups, Sauces, &c.,
than has ever been offered for sale in this place. In
truth, this is to be a Store of good things, and it is
hopel will be considered a great convenience, and
therefore be largoiy patronized.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dee 20 tf 49
A C a r d'
] TAKIk this method of retlrning my sincere
J. thanks to the people of Edgefield and adjoining
Districts, for their liberal- patronage, and at the
same time say to them that I have moved into my
New Brick Stores,
Built during the pastSumpmer, situated onReynoil's
Street, nearly fronting the Eiscopal Church, and
i ar by the South Carolina Rail Road Depot, where
I am eofering consignments of
TENNESSEE BACON, LARD,
Butter, Feathers, Corn, &c.,
A id at prices so low, as to induce any one to buy
u ho wants. Tf. W. FLEMING.
Augusta, Dec 18 Sm* 49
State of South Carolina,
George A. Addison,
Edward J. Mims,
Emma L. Addison, et al.
B Y virtue of an order in 'his.caso, I will pro.
eeed to sell it Edgefie . Court House, on
Thurseday, the 18th January, 1855, the real and
personmal estate of Joseph A. Addison, deceased,
consisting of a mill tract in the piney woods,
(very valoable, and located where the Aiken and
New Market road will in all probability run,)
some fifteen or twenty likely tnegroes, besides a
carriatge, a new boggy, household furniture, &c.,
'The sale will be held immediately in front of
thme Court House and commemde at Ii o'clock.
Rr.MAngs.-The Mill tract .dontains about two
thousand (2000) acres of lan'd, and to those per
sotns wisiing to invest ini Pine lands, a ratre op.
portunity is offered.
The negroes arc as follows: Edmund, a car
penter, Ben, a first rate wagoner, Giles, George,
William, Moses and his wife Eliza, Amatnda and
her five children, Aaron, Adai, Butler, Clinton
and Mioses. A lot of mules and horses, a wagon
and carry-logs, plows and plow-stocks and black
smith tools, will ailso be sold at the same time.
TER.Ms.-AlI sums under twenty dollars eash.
Enough besides of cash will be required on the
land Bond to defray coats.
A credit will be given on the land purchase of
otne and two years-on thme personalty, one year.
Purchasers to give Bond with at least two good
securities to secure thte funds of the estate..
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Dec. 28, 1854. 4e 5.i
State of 'otuthi Carolina,
Hannaht Berry, and
John G. Berry, et all.
B)Y Virtue of itn Order' from the Court of
.1.)Equity in thtis case, I will proceed to sell
on the fourth Monday in January text, at Bonnet
Berry's, in thtis District, all the land formerly be
longing to the late Joseph Berry, in which the
late Hannah Berry held a life estate.
The said lands consists of about three hun
d red atcres, more or less, situate on Big Saluda
River, in the District and State aforesaid, arid
bunded by lands of William Bouknight, S. G.
Coppick, Bennet Perry and others.
Tnas.-Said Lands will be sold on a credit
of' one and twom years, with interest from date,
in two equal instalments, except for so much as
many be necessary to pity costs of suit, which
must be paid in cash. Purehasers will be re
qired to give bond with two good sitreities..
Dcc 28 4te .51
ST'ATE OF souTH CAROLINA,
Wesley Phillips and wife and others,
E. P. H. Kirksey and wifeind others.
B Y a Decree of the Court of Equity, in this
case, I shall proceed to sell, at the resi
dence of the late Josepb Rearden, dec'd., on
the 4th Tuesday, in January next, all the Lands
of the said deceased wich have not beon as
signed to Nancy Rearden, widow of the said de
esed, in one or two tracts, consisting of Three
hundred and eighteen acres, more or less, situate
in the District and State aforesaid, on the waters
of Mountain Creek, Turkey Creek and Savan
nah River, and adjoining lands of~ Jourdan Hol
loway, Richard Hardy, Lorenzo Rearden, Luke
Culbreath, William Reynolds, James Martin and
TEntns.-On a credit of twelve months, ex
ept costs which .must be paid in cash. Purcha.
sers wil! be required to give bond with two ap
proved suretics to secure the purchase money.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Dec 28 4te - 51
Sell Your Cotton and Pay Your
A S Cotton is now bringing a good price, I think
it is the proper time for all persons indebted to
me, to sell thteir Cotton and pay up pronptly. What
s ou gentlemeni M. W. CLARY.
0An LToN. Nov 2 3 m 50
00 0002 PLASTERING LATHS, fottr
~iU~J~JUVand four and a half feet long,for
sale low. A pply at Plank Road Mill, 10 miles above
Iamburg, or to - H. A. KENRICK.
I..a...rg April.3 tfi 12
D R. H. PARKER, respectfully informs
the citizens of Edgefield District, that lie may
be found during sale day week at the Planter's Ho
tel, Edgefield C. H., and at his residence on the
Anderson road, eighteen miles North-east of the
Village, on every Friday and Saturday following.
specimens of his work, put up on the latest and
most improved principles, cin be seen at his Office.
His address, when in the country, as heretofore,
Sleepy Creek, P. 0.
Dec 27 tf 50
Medicines and Chemicals!
T HE Undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Edgefield District, that he has just
opened in the Town of Hamburg, a WELL SE.
LECTED Stock of CHOICE
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
To which he respectfully solicits their attention.
Amongst his large assortment will be found
Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
Drugs and Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE ST UFfS,
GLASS, PUTTY, VA NISHES, &c.
In compounding Medicines and supplying planta
tions, the strictest attention will be given to the re
quirenments of his patrons.
Being a graduate of the London College of Phar
macy, and having had an experience of eighteen
years, in the business, he feels confident of being
able to give satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their patronage.
ALFRED S. RAVENSCROFT.
Hamburg, Dee 4 3mn 47
AT PRIVATE SALE!
WITHOUT RESERVE, THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
now opened and ready for inspection at the Store of
COSGROVE & BRENNAN
NEXT TO HAVILAND& RISLEY'S,
T HE Undersigned offers for sale, at NEW
YORK COST, the entire Stock of Dry Goods,
Seventy-FiveThousand Dollars worth,
And embracing almost EVERY ARTICLE in the
Dry Goods line.
The terms will be Nett Cash, or ap
proved paper, at three months, with interest
from date of sale; and, to save time and trouble. he
would inform his friends and the public that there
will be no deviation from the price named.
W Country %lerehants would do well to call
and examine the Goods and prices.
It is known that " Selling off at Cost" has been
used as a means to sell at a profit-we make no
statements but what we can stand up to. Give ts
a call and judge for yourself.
The Store is in the centre of business. It will
repay purchasers to call and examine the Stock.
Surviving Partner of firm of Cosgrove & Brennan.
Augubta, Dee11 6t 48
R e i o v a1.
OSGROVE & BRENNAN, have removed
C their Stock of Goods from the old Store of
T. J COSGROVE, known as their " Lower Store."
Having no connection with that House, they
would invite their friends to call at their upper Store,
above the Globe corner, where they are now open
ing an extensive Stock of FANCY and STAPLE
D'RY GOODS which they will sell at cost, in order
to wind up the business of the Firn, and satisfy the
heirs of T. J. Cosgrove, deceased.
Dec 12 6t 48
J. SIBLEY & SON,
GROCERS AND COTTON
H AMBURG. S. C.
RESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform
their old customers and the Planters generally
that they are still to be found at their Old Stand,
and are paying the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
for Cotton and other Produce ; and have in Store,
and are daily receiving a MOST COMPLETE assort
-AbONG wHieH MAY SE FoUND
20,000 Yds. Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
200 Coils Hlemp and Russian P,
200 Bngs COFFEE, Rio and Java,
200 Bbls. Superior aind Refined SUGARS,
25 flhde. Muscovado and N. 0. do.
100 Bbls. MOL ASSES,
3,000 Sacks SAL T,
25 BEDST EADS. some of them Fancy,
25 Boxes superior CHEESE,
A splendid assortment of BLANKETS and
A n assortment of Saddles and Bridles, Chairs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lamp and Tan
ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
Shirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually
found in a Grocery Store.
WAE take this mecans to inform our Customers
and the Planters generally, that we are not
connected wj ther house, and only have one
Store, whic rik Corner, formerly o'ccu
pied by JosW'. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, N s~2 tf 46
Hardware and Cutlery.
T O ALL our old friends, we would say, toe are
tghankf ul for past favors, and to all others who
tay wvish Goods in our line :-eall and see us also,
or send your orders. We will make every effort
(and ,it is notorious of the Goods we keep) to give
" general satisfaction." Our -prioes SIhALL be
in accordance with the time~s ;always assurme~ our
customers to sell them at the LOWEST MAR
We have now in Store a fine Stock and are re
eiving weekly. Amongst which umay be found,
50 Tons Band and Hoop IRON,
250 " Sweed " assorted,
150 " English " "6 -
200 Smith BELLOWS, all qualities,
500 Kegs "6 Per'"-N AlLS,
100 Doxen Door LOCKS,
100 " Pad "
500 " Till, Chest, Draw and Trunk Locks,
100 " A XES, Collins, Levette's and other
10 "' Superior BROAD AXIES,
500 -" HOES, all qualities.
To enumerate is too tedious. We have the Goods
and want to sell them.
We keep all things necessary for Mills of every
style, Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, Vices,
Anvils, Smith Tongs, Circular, Hand,
and all other kind of Saws, Screw
and Bales, Knives and Forks,
Pocket Knives, Scissors,
Bolts, Spirit Levels,
Guages, Can~dlestipla, Planes,
Horse Shoes and Nails, Brushes,
Coffeo Mills, Halter, Traee, Stt'etch,
Log, Breast, Continrwed and Fifth Chains,
Rope, Files of all kinds, a beautiful Lot of
Guns, of all qualities, Pistols, Percussion Caps,
Curry Comnbes, Game and Shot Bags, Powder
Flasks, Dram Flasks, Sand rind Waffle Irons, Braces
and Bitta, Augers, Chisels,. Hammers, Drawing
Knives, iMortars, Kettles, Stew Pans, &o., &e'
ROBINSON & JACKSON.
Hamburg, Dec 4 If 4T
Devon Bull, Marion,
M y BUTLL will stand at my house at Five Dol
lars-to be sent with the cow.
MARION is out of th~e cow Moselle, whose dam
was imported from England, from Mr. Cokes cele
brated stock of Devons, his sire was the oelebrated
Bull, Major. M. FR AZIER.
Dec 20 3m . 49
A TLL Persons indebted to the Firm of Lewis &
Harrison, either by note or open account, arc
forewarned to call on the Subscriber and settle the
same immediately. This is the last call-so if you
wish to save coats come forward and pay up.
JAS. S. HARRISON.
No ti ce,
ALL Persons indebted to. mc by Note or open
...I. account, (contracted previous to the Co-part
r ership of Cheatham & Morgan.) will save them
selves cost by ooming forward and settling, as I have
heavy payments to make in the Bank of Hamburg
during the months of January and February. Those
who fail to give the above their speial attention by
'the first of February next, will find them in the
hands of T. G. Key for collection.
JOHN CHIE ATHANl.
Dee27 3t 50
RICH D RY GOODS!1
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
B EG to inform the public, that their Fall pur
chases this season have been UNUzi UALLY
LARGE, having been in the Northern markets
over three months this Summer, where so many
large auction sales took place, offering decided ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can confidently
say that our Stock is MUCH CHEAPER than 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 short 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 offer as strong induce
ments as any of our neighbors, if not stronger.
In our DRESS GOODS ROOM will be found
the richest varieties of the Season, such a
Elegant Moriantigue SILKS;
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figured
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 conts
per yard, worth 75 cents ;
Plain Black Silks, all widths, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and Satins ;
Figured, all Wool, Vrench Muslin Detaines, 12J
cents, worth 50 cents ;
French Merinos, very cheap;
Lupine' best Bombazine, exceedingly low;
Black Jamiese, a newjand very desirable all-Wool
Goods for mourning ;
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 most elegant
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 6
cents a yard, worth 20 cents ;
Calicoes and Ginghams, best styles, very cheap,
Domestic Goods 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 t 44
FALL AND WINTER GODS!
A A. RANSOM, Aar.wr for R. M. FUL
L LER, Hamburg, 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 de Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Marceline and Sarconett do
All wool De Laines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 e.
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-Marsales do
Ladies' Missses and Children's Hosiery & Gloves
do Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
do Worsted Sleeves.
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets,
Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do.
Large Lot of Negro'Blankets, very cheap,
Cassimeres, Sattinets, Tweeds and Ke'ntucky
-Jeans, all qualities,
10~-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Bl'A and Brown Sheetings,
3-4, 7.-8, 4-4 and 5-4 Shirting, Graniteville and
Osnaburg Stripes and Yarns at Factory prices,
Real Georgia Plains, best quality,
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as
sortment, with a great quantity of other Goods
suitable for the season.
ggr Orders solicited and faithfully executed.
H amburg, Nov 28 tf 46
Important to Farmers.
~THIS will inform the Planters of Edgefield Dis
trict that we have lately bought from Mr. J.
T. & L. J. Warr the right of a very
Valuable Qotton-Seed Planter,
for the above named District. We will have an
Agent to exhibit the PL ANTER, and will sell in
dividual Rights and Machines on reasonable terams.
It opens the bed, drills the seed and covers it;
and it is also exoellent for drilling Guano or any
other Manure. The Planter was Patented last Au
gust by the Messrs. WArT, and is said te be second
to none in the Patent Office.
WV. D. CALHOUN,
Oct 19 if ' 40
Fine Groceries, &c.
T HE Undersigned informs his friends and the
trading public generally that he has just re
eived the following articles, in addition to his al
ready large Stock of Groceries, to which he invites
20 dos. i lb. English MUSTARD,
20 " * lb. "
I " qt. spiced OYSTERS,
1 U whole Boxes SA RDINES,
' half " .
I " 2 lbs OYSTERS. in eases.
Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratus, Soda, &c., &c.,
just received next door to A. LrEVY, and opposite
the American Hotel. R. L. GENTRY.
.Hamburg, Nov 29 if 46
A LL Persons anywise indebted to the Estate of
A nna Anderson, dee'd., are hereby requested
to make immediate payment, and those having de
mands against said Estate will please render in their
accounts forthwith, properly attested.
G'EO, J. ANDERSON, Adm'or.
Deo tf 47
To the Ladies,
MIRS. E. T. H AMILTON, takes
this method of informing the Ladies of
Edgefield Village and vicinity, that she ha. com
Millinery and Dress-Making Business,
at the Store formerly occupied by Mrs. Bitown.
Nov i6 if 44
Gentlemien, F air Notice!
POSITIVELY THE LAST! -
A LL Persons indebted to me by note or open
account, contracted previous to the first of
January 1854, may settle them with me at my
Counting Room any time between this and Wednes
day the 8th day of February 1855, after that date
with my Attorney. W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. H., Den 13 if 48
A LL Persons iadebted to the Estate of James B.
t.Coleman, dee'd., or to the Subscriber as Ad
ministrator, arc earnestly requested to settle the
same by the 15th January next, and all those
having any demands against the Estate or anywise
interested are hereby noticed to maeet the Under
signed at the Ordinary Office of Lexington District,
on Monday the 15th January next, as he is desir~ous
of making a final settlement of the Estate on that
day. WV. L~. COLEMAN, Adm'or.
,De13 5t 48
tr The Lexington Telegraph will please give
above three insertions and forward bill immediately
to the Edgefield Advertiser.
N OTICE is hereby given to all the creditors of
FORTUNATUS MASSEY, deo'd, to meet
mo in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefleld Court lionse
on Monday, the 26th day of February next, for theA
purpose of making a final settlement on said estate.
Those who fail to present their 0lairns by the above
time will be excluded, as .the estate will not pay out.
Persons indebted to the estate will make payment
Immediately. S. CROUCHI, Ad'mr.
Dec20 on4in -49
T HE Trustees ehae engaged the services of Mr.
JAMES LESLY. of Abbeville District, for
the Male Department, and Rev. W. H. CHRISTIE
for the Female Department. Mr. C. will be assisted
by able instructors.
From the experience of the present year, the
Trustees take pleasure in recommending Mr. Cuats
TIE to the public as a very competent and energetic
Mr. LESLY is too well known in this and the ad
joining Districts to require a sitigle introductory re
mark from us. HL is well qualified to give entire
Rates of Tuition.
First Class, Primary Ilepartment, per Sess'on $0,00
2nd " ordinary English brancies,......12,00
3nd " higher Eng41h-.pbranches........15.00
4th " Greek and Roman Literature with
Extras-Drawing, Painting, French and
Pupils are charged from the time of entering un
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The Sehools will open on the first Monday in
January, being divided into two Sessions of five
0T Two large buildings in addition to those al
ready near, will be ready to accommodate boarders
by the first of January.
ROBT. MERRIWETH ER,
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy for 1855!
T HE Trustees of this Institution take pleasure
in announcing to the public, that they have en
gaged the services of Mr. GEO. GALPIIN for
the ensuing year. His industry and ability need
no commendation at our hands.
The exercises of the Academy will commence on
MONDAY 15th January 1655.
Terms, rates of Tuition, &c., same as hitherto.;
but for particular information, address Mr. GALrmx,
at Longmire's P. o., S. C.
By order of the Board.
W. HARRISON, Clair's.
Nov 9 3m . 43
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
LRICUARDSON & McDoNN.%LD, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. All indebted will please
make payment to Joi C. McDONNALD, who is au
thorized to settle up the busiiess of the Firm.
J. L. RICIIARDSON,
J. C. McDONNALD.
Hamburg, November 9,1854.
H AVING purchased Mr. RHAansON's interest
I in the above Firm, the Subscriber respect
fully informs his friends and the public generally
that he intends to continue the sale of
Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
In the Town of Hamburg; and hopes by kee-pinx
zonstantly on hand a full and fashionable assortment
f Ready-Made Clothing, &c., to receive a liberal
share of patronage. The Planters of Edgefield and.
the adjoining Distriets are specially invited to ex
imine my Stock before trading elsewhere.
JOIIN C. McDONNALD.
Hamburg, Nov 14 tf 44
To former Friends and Patrons..
E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron
e 4 age, would beg l'ave to iiforn the public that.
be is now receiving LARGE Consignments of
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordial,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all articles usua!ly kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
Houses, one in New York and the other in Augus
ta, he is prepared to fill all orders for
PAR223L W2332ZAM2 -6.
At the shortest notice possible.
As he is acting ask' Agent only, he would re
spectfully inform all that his business must be done
on the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELY ; for his low
prices and small commissions will not warrant ex
tension of time on Goods sold.
Hie is determined to sell Lowv, for Cash,
and hopes to merit a share of the trade. Come one,
come all, and examine his Stock before purehasing,
-it is all he asks.
W" The business will be conducted under the
nanme and style of S. E. L'owcms, Agent..
Hamburg, Nov. 1, tf 42
New Fall and Winter Goods !
rj PHE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL1
Sand WINTER GOODS (at the Brick Store)
among which may be found
Rich Satin, Plaid and Fancy SILKS, of the latest
and most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured, Plaid and Plain D E LA NES,
Plain French and English MERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MA NTILLJAS,
"Emibroidered Fre'nchi COLLARS, UN
'A variety of BONNETS and Bonnet RIBRlONS
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BL ANKETS,
OSNABURGS and FA CTORY STRIPES,
G ROC E R IES,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
Together with a large and well selected variety of
other Goods, too numerous to mention.
W:1 Thme public generally arc respectfully solicitcd
to call and examine the above mentioned Stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 26 tf 4 t
McGREGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
MCO'GREGOR & SMITII, build to order Car
ringes of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and second-Hand Carriages.
EW. All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly excuted.
Edgefield C. H1., Jan 18 tf I
Patent M~etalic Burial Cases!
T HESE valuable air-tight and indestructible Ca
ses, for protecting and preserving the Dead for
ordinary interment, for-vaults, for teatisportation,. or.
for any other desirable purpose, are-offesred for sale
in this Village, cheap fur Cahh, by
J. M. WITT.
P. S.-I have on hand an assortment of all sizes.
July 27 tf 28,
iii MY PLANTATION ON-'
Horn's Creek, of- 500
Acres of Cotton and Corn Land, well watore4,--.
with a Dwelling IHouse, Gin House and Screw,
framed out houses, barns, cribs, and all the ueual
fixtures, together with several Springs of good.chi
THlE STORE HOUSE occupied -this year by G.
L. PENN, near the Court House. E. J..MLMS
Dec 20 tf 49
Ward & Burc hard,.
AUGUST A, G A.,
W OULD inform their friends in Edgefield 1)is
trict and the publie generally, that anticipa
ting achangeoin their business the coming season,
they are disposed to make LARGE CONCES
SIONS from their former low scale of prices, in'
order to reduce their Stock to the. lowest possible.
g-* The attention of Wholesale dealers, ia welt:
consumers, is respectfully solicited.
Augusta, Ga., Dec 18, tf 49..
A LL Persons indebtea to the Estate of James.
Yeldell, dec'd., are requested' to itnake ply
inent forthwith to the Undersigned, snelliperons
having dematidu against the Estate1 aretfjdsted o
hand them in propierly attested to the Undersijgnid.
J. L. TALBT,~.
Nrov 22 45