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LEXINGTON, S. C.
T IIE Proprietor of "THE TELEGRAPH,"
would bez leave to lay the claims of this Paper
before the public. It is circulated throughout every
neighborhood in Lexington, and all the surrunding
Distriets; and is also taken in some ten or twelve
other States extensively. Being the Cheapest Paper
in the State-published at ONLY ONE DOLLAR
per year-it has attained to a very heavy subscrip
tion list, and which is daily on the increase. ier
chants of Columbia and Charleston, would find it
an advantageous medium through which to do their
advertising. Our terms are moderate.
J. C. D.GAFFARELLY.
Lexington C. IT., Jan 24, 3t 2
- YViriue of an Order from H. T. Wright, Or
z dinary of Edgefield District, we will proceed
to sell on Wednesday the 7th day of February next,
at the late residence of Alexander Gregory, dee'd.,
three miles east of Richardsons, the following pro
perty, to wit:
Fifteen Likely Negroes,
Stock of all kinds, among which are two Yoke of
Oxe , Crop of Corn, Cotton, &c., Plantation Tools,
Hiousehold and Kitchen Furniture, with many other
articles too tedious to mention.
TrEams-A credit until the 25th day of December
next, with interest from day of sale. Purchasers
giving notes with ample securities. Sums under
$5 will be required in cash.
MARY GREGORY, Ad'ors
TIIOS. JONES. I
-Jan 24 2t 2
Good Tidings to All,
A LL Persons indebted to me by note, are re
quested to come forward and renew their
Notes. And those indebted by open accounts, are
notified to settle the same, either by giving their
,votes or the cash, as best suits their circumstances.
I will be at Edgefield C. 11. on the first Monday in
February next. when I will be glad to mrake sat
lisfactory arrangements with all indebted. Those
.who fail to comply with the above terms will have
-costs to pay. G. A. McKIE.
Jan 24 2" 2
WITHOUT RESERVE, TIE ENTIRE STOCK
OFFANCY AN D STAPLE DRY GOODS
-now opeiied and ready for inspection at the Store of
COSGROV M& NRENNAN
NEXT TO HAVILAND& RISLEY'S,
TIlE 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.
Ef Country Merchants would do well to call
and examine the Goods and prices.
It is known that " Selling off at Coet" has been
used as a means to sell at a profit-we make no
statements but what we can stand up to. Give us
a call and judge for yourself.
The Store is in the centre of business. It will
repay purchasers to call aud examine the Stock.
Surviving Partner of firm of Cosgrove & Brennan.
Augusta, Dee I I 6t 48
The Daguerrean Car,
R. LEIGHKwould respectfully announce
M to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgetield
and vicinity that he will be ready Ly Monday the
20th inst., to rurnish all that may favor him with a
call. with a CORRECT DAGUERREOTYPE
LIKENESS, in any of the differert styles they may
Nu 1 tf 44
STATE OF SOU'T CAROLINA.
[N CO. ON PLE AS.
S. F. Stevens,
vs. Foreign Attachment.
- Chas. T. Harris. )
rplE Plaintiff in the above ease hatvinmg this day
f filed his Declaration in my Office, and the
Defendant having neither wife nor Attgrney to re
side within the limits of this Shte, on whtom a copy
of said Declaration with a rule to plead can be
served, On motion of Mir. A oAus, Plaintiff's Attor
ney. Ordered, 'That said Defendant appear and
plead to said Dec!aration within a year and a day
from' the date hereof, or final and absolute judgment
will be given against hinm.
TIIOS. G. B ACON, c. c. x. a.
Clerk's Office, A pril 17, 1854. l 14
STATE OF SOUTH'[ CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Millelte IL. ~onhmam and
Win. M. Burt, Decl. in Debt.
W IT ER E A the Plaintiffs did otn the eighth day
Vof Mlarch. A. D., 1853, file their declaration
against the Defendant, who (as it is sauid) is absent
fronml ndvithout the limits,f this State, and had
neither wife nor Attorney kn'own within thte same
upon whom a copy of the said der-laration miught be
served, It is therefore ordered, That the said De
fendant do appear and plcad to said declaration,
within a year and a day fronm this date, otherwise
final amnd absolute judgment will be given and
awarded against him. T. G. BA CON, c. E. a.
Clerk's Officee, Oct 3, 1854. lyq 38
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
S.E ers , Foreign Attachtment.
J. NI. Robinson.
r H E Plaintiff in the nbove case having this day
Ifil-d his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fendatnt haing neither wife nor Attortey known to
reside within the limits of this State, on whom
copies of said D~eelaration with rules to plead can be
served: On motion of Mr. Sr.s, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Ord'red th~at said Defendan -appear and
'plead to said Declaration within a year and a day
:from the date hereof, or final and absolute judgmnen
,will be awarded against him.
TIXOS. G. BA CIN, c. c. r.. a.
Clerks Office, March 6, 1854. ly 12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
'Felix Lake, )
vs. Foreign Attachment.
-Charles S. Harris.
Jas. S. Harrison,)
vs Foreign Attachtment.
Charles T. Harris.)
r1'HFE Plaintiffs in the above cases having this
Ifiled their Declaration in my Office, and the
Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney known
to -reside within the limits of this State, on whom
copies of said Declaratitons with rules to plead can
be served: On motion of Mr. ADA~s, Plaintiff's
Att'y, Ordered, That said Deicndant appear and
'plead to said Declarations within a year and a day
from the date hereof, or final and absolute judgment
'.111 be given against him.
TIIOS. G. BA CON, c. c. E. a.
Clerk's Office, March 28, 1854. ly 12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
'LV COMMON PLE AS.
Benj. B. Ouzts,
rs. - Foreign Attachment.
Win. B. Lloyd.)
T Il E Plaintiff in the above ease, having this day
filed his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fendant having neither wife nor Attorney known to
reside within the limits of this State on whom copies
of said Deelaration with rules to plead can be
served : On motion of Mr. A DAMS,.Plaintiff's A t
torney, Ordered, That said Defendant appear and
plead to said Declaration within a year and a day
from the date hereof, or final and absolute judgment
will be given against him.
TIHOS. G. BA CON, c. a. a. a.
Clerk's Office, Nov 29th, 1854. iy 47
A LL Persons having demands against the Estate
of .Jesse Limbecker, dee'd., are notified to
render them in forthwith, properly attested--and all
any wise indebted to said Estate, are hereby fore
warned to acttle the same immediately, as longer
indulgence must rnot be expected.
Jf. 8. SIIADRACK, Ad'or
J. S. LISIBECKEN. . or
A Most V alu a b I e Resience
THIS well-known situation in
Edgefield, six miles from the Court
House, on the Plank Road leading
to Augusta, is now offerred for sale.
It is almost needless to say anything of its desira
ble properties. Every one is aware that no moro
healthful, more beautiful or more valuable place, of
the same size, is to be found in South Carolina.
There are two hundred acres attached to the resi
dence, all of it lying level as a floor and capable of
being carried to a very high state of productiveness.
Indulgence given to suit the purchaser, provided
the purchaso money be amply secured.
0- For further particulars enquire of the Sub
scriber on the premises. . R. WEVER.
Buggies, Carriages, &c.
T HE Subscriber now offers for sale at greatly re
duced prices, a large number of fine and well
3UGGIE, 0CKAWAYS, CARRTAGEB, &e.
,The Goods belong to the Estate of the late Frederick
Darrow, and are offered at a GREAT BA RG A IN.
Persons in want of such articles will do well to
eall and examine. S. T. AGNEW,
Adm'or of F. Darrow.
Newberry C. H., Jan 15, 6t 1
N OTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted
to the late Firm of Williams & Christie, that
longer indulgence cannot and will not be given.
The business of the Firm must bo brought to a
speedy close. If payment is not made by the 10th
of February, I shall be forced to the painful neces
sity of placing the claims in the hands of an Attor
ney for collection. S. CHRISTIE.
Jan 17 4t 1
TROM the Subscriber's residence on the Ridge,
'during the night of the 5th instant, his negro
man JIM. Said negro is of light complection.about
five feet eight or ten inches high, rather stout, with
a small sear on his right cheek. le had on, when
he left, light cassimere coat and pants; and a fine
pair of boots.
It is probable that Jim is either in the neighbor
hood of Columbia or Aiken, more probably the
A suitable reward will be given for his appre
hension and delivery to the jailor at Edgefield C.
11. Any information thankfully received.
M. B. WEVER.
Ridge, S. C., Jan 17 tf I
97 Columbia papers please copy tri-weekly until
further notice, and forward accounts to 51. 1. W.
UNTIL further notice, the Mails to Augusta will
U be closed at this Office on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4 o'clock, P. M.
The Mail to Ninety-Six will close NMondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at 11 o'clock. A. M.
The Mail to Coluibia will be closed Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The Mail to Longmires will close every Tuesday
and Thursday at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The Mail to Kirksey's X Roads will close every
Wednesday at 12 o'clock, MI.
The Mail to Newberry will close every Thursday
at 9 o'clock, P. M. A. RAMSEY, P. M.
W Those who have not secured Boxes, must
pay postage on letters before delivery.
Jan 17 4t I
'HE Subscriber has for sale the PURE DE
VON CAT'LE. from his own importation,
from Exeter, England.
For further information, a spteimen of the Stock
can be seen and had of J. 1. Sullivin, Esq., or Dr.
E. J. Mims, Edgefield C. II., S. C.
At Orangeburg C. II., refer to Dr. W-. S. Rowe,
or Case, Bull & Co. C. N. CASE.
Harwinton. Cotnn.. Jan 10. 1855. 9t 1
"Look Out," .
A LL Persons indebted to the late Firm of SALE
l& Lan, of Hamburg, either by note or ac
count, are earnestly requested to come forward and
settle the same, with W. W. Sale, on or before thme
10th February next. Those who fail to profit by
this notice, will most assuredly be compelled to pay
costa. Take heed gentlemen, for we again warn
you that this is ggdjvely the lust call.
SALE & LARK.
Hamburg, Jan 15 4t
SLL Persons indebted to me as Agent for John
11 Lyona, will please call and settle their accounts,
as I am obliged to close up the concern.
Also, those indebted to mc on old Notes and
A ccounts, must settle thenm, as it is impossible to do
business without money. B. C. BRY AN.
Jan 17 4t 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Joel P. Ridgell & Hlellen )
Pue s wieBill for Partition
Jacob William Pope, (ad Relief.
Francis Marion and|
Josephine M. Pope. J
B Y Virtue of an Order of the Court of Equity,
in this case, granted by his honor F. HI. Ward
law, at June term, A. D. 1854, all the creditors of
the minors,lilellen Pauline Ridgell, (formerly Pope)
Jacob William rope, Francis M. Pope and Jose
phine M. Pope, are ordered to appear before me, on
or by the first Monday in May next, to prove and
establish their demands, or else they will be debarred
all claims against the assets of the estate of the said
Minors. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
_Jan 10, 1855. 15t 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY yH. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas Geo'5e A. Addison has applied to me for
Letters of Admmstration, on all and ringular the
goods and ehattles rights, and credits of Joseph A. Ad
dison, late of the District aforesaid deceased.
T1hese 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
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. 11., on the 26th day of January inst., to show cause,
if any, why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this ninth day of Jan.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-five and in the seventy-nitnth year of Ameri
canIndpenenc. H. T. WRIGHT, O. E. D.
Jan 17 2t 52
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
Ashill Sr., deceased, are requested to make
payment without delay, and those claiming to be
creditors of the same arc requested to present their
demands in due form.
A. W. ASBILL,
P. B. A SBILL, Ex'ors.
Jan 10 4t 52
IS hereby given that on sale day in July next a
final settlement will be made on the estate of
Elijah Whittle, deceased, in the Ordinary's Office at
Edgefield Court House.
Persons having claims will present them in due
form by the above time, and those indebted will
make payment forthwith.
M. WHITTLE, Adm'r.
Jan 10 3mtim 52
LL Persons indebted to the EsTate of James
C.,Yeldell, dec'd., are requested to make pay
ment forthwith to the Undersigned, and all persons
having demands against the Estate, are requested to
hand them in properly attested to the Undersigned.
J. IH. YELDELL, ,xos
J7. L. TALBERT. Exr.
Nov 22 3m 45
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jeremiah
Seiglen, or that of Warren F. Winn, dec'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.
WILLIA M SEIGLER,
Ex'ors of Jeremiah Scigler.
Nov 29 3m 46
A LL Persons having any claims or demands
C.against D. K. Mealing, Lunatic, are requested
to present the Subscriber with a copy of the same.
J. P. MEA LING.
'AT CO'ST, FOR CASH
T HE Undersigned, intending to change his busi
ness, 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
Graniteville Hotel Re-opened
T HE Subscriber informs the public
that he has opened the Hotel
known as the GRANITEVILLE HO- !"
TEL, where he hopes by giving close
attention to the House, to be liberally patronised
Said Hotel will be kept in good style-as much s<
as any in the State. My Table will be furnishei
with the best the market anfbrds. My Stables shal
always be supplied with good provender, and attend
ed by an excellent Ostler.
JAS. A. MOSLEY.
Graniteville, Jan 8, 4 52
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
42 PUPILS IN ATTENDANCR LAs-r SEsston.
T HE next Session will commence on Monda3
TJanuary 8th, 1855.
Tuition per Session, 14 weeks.
Primary Department................$7 00
Academical " ...... 12 00
Collegiate '' ............ 15 00
Music-Guitar or Piano..............18 00
Drawingand French,eachi............10 00
Pupils using the Apparatus are charged each pe
Pupils using the Piano for practice are charge
for Keeping them in tune per Session $1,00.
All Pupils are charged fifty cents each for con
The Musical Department is furnished with FIVI
PIANOS, which are kept in excellent order, ant
used constantly by the Pupils.
Vocal Music is taught daily without extra charge
The Teachers will continue in their several De,
partmnents the same as last Session.
CIAS. A. RAYMOND, PsINcIPAL.
Dec 27 tf 50
Edgefield Male School,
r H1IS School is located in one of the niost healthy
Lpleasant and conveuient places near the Village
on the road l-ading to Cul. F. W. Picxss' and jus
one mile from the Court louse.
The exercises of the School will commence or
the Second Monday in January.
All the English liranehes usually connected wit
Schools of this kind will be taught, and on reasona
The Teacher pledges his best efforts to give tl:o
roughness of instruction, and to ajibrd a good, prae
tical and business education. Strict attention wil
be paid to principles and manners.
Rates of Tuition per Session.
Orthography, Reading and Writing....5....$6 0
The above with Arithmetic and Defining.... 8 0(
Arithmetic. Geography and Grammar......10 0
Algebra, Geometry and Natural Philosophy. 14 0(
Trygonometry, Surveying, &c............16 0(
The scholastic year will be divided into two Sea.
sions of Five months each.
Pupils are charged from the time if entrance t<
the end of the Session. Sickness of two week'
duration will be deducted. Discipline strict. withou
cruelty. T. B. CROOK E R.
Jan ;; 5t 51
Oak Grove Academy.
T he Trustees of this Academy take much pleasur
in informing the community and its former pat
runs that it will be opened on the 2nd Manday it
January inst. under the charge of Miss C. E
WEEKS in the Academical Department, and Mis
F. M. D. IIENIDRICK, in the Musical Deparinient
Miss.. lissuacK has had charge of this Aeademy
for the past year, and has given general satisfaction
and Miss VEr.K1 has had the conduct of a schoo
in this vicinity during the year 1854, and we ar<
assured by those who patronized her school, thal
she is well qualified to teach. To those who have
heard Miss llENort:CK perform on the Piano it ii
unnecessary to say anything in commendation o:
her qualinecatiotns in thtis Department.
We feel well assured that our school merits th<
patronage of the community.
This school is situated in Edgefield District, with
in two miles of Kirksey's Cross Roads P. 0., in
hig'h 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 in final
schools are taught in this A cademy, viz: Enguili
French and Spanish Languages ;drawing and paint
ing, and two crnyon drawing and music, im.:trumen.
tal and vocal.
E. AND)R IWS,
S. STEPIIENS, Trustees.
S. STA LNAKER,J
Jan 3 2m* 51
T HIE Trustees have engaged the services of Mr
LJAMES LESLY. of Abbeville District, foi
the Male Department, and Rev. W. 11. CIlR ISTII
for the Female Department. Mr. C. willibe assiste.
by able instructors.
From the experience of the present year, th<
Trustees take pleasure in recommiendinig Mr. Cntais.
TIE to the public as a very competent atnd etergeti(
Mr. Lss.v is too well known in this and tile ad.
joining Districts to require a single introduetory rc
mark from us. I.. is well qualified to give entir<
Rates of Tuition,
First Class, Primary I?epartment, per Sess'on $9,0(
2nd " ordinary English branches,.. 12,0(
3nd " higher English branches. .....15,0(
4th " Greek and Roman Literature witht
Extras-Drawing, Painting, French and
Pupils are charged from the time of entering tin
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The Schools will open oii the first Monday ir
January. being divided into two Sessions of fly
27 Two large buildings in addition to those al
ready near, will be ready to accommodate boarder:
by the first of January.
Chiair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy for 1855!
T lIE Trustees of this Institution take pleastir
in annoncing to-the public, that they have en
gaged the services of Mr. GEO. GA LPIIN foi
the ensuing year. His industry and ability neei
no commendation at our hands.
The exercises of the A cademy wall commence oi
MONDAY 15th January 1855.
Terms, rates of Tuition, &c.,saunec as hitherto ;
but for particular information, address Mr. GaL~PntN
at Longmire's P. 0., S. C.
By order of the Board.
W. HA RR iSON, Chair'n.
Nov9 3m 43
TJ HE Subscriber contemplating a change in hi
business, early the ensuing spring, earnestly
requests all indebted, to call amid settle their accounta
previous to the first of January next. Interest will
be charged on ALL accounts of over six month:
standing, remaining unpaid at that time.
M. A. R ANSOM, A GENT.
Hamburg, Dec 25 . tf 50
Beware of Return Day !
qEIE Subseriber respectfully notifies all persorn
indebted to the Estate of Win. M. Timmier.
man, dee'd., that they must pnake payment on or
before the 15th of February next. It will be very
disagreeable to me to compel any of my friends tm
pay cost, but unless the terms above-mentioned arc
complied wIth, I will be forced to do so. Thosi
having demands against said Estate will please run.
der them in properly attested.
.W M. BY RD, A dm'or.
Jan 3 3t 51
To the Ladies.
MIRS. E. T. HAMILTON, take.
this method of informing the Ladies of
Edgefeld Village and vicinity, that she has com
Millinery and Dress-Kaking Business,
at the Store formerly ceupied by Mrs. Baowy.
Aiken Sub-Collegiate Institute,
DR. WM. PIERCE, DEPARTENT ANCIENT LAN
R v. 0. II. TRIMMIER, " Eouesn LITE
MoNs. J. HOLET, " MATEMATICs
AND CONTINENTAL ToNouas.
nBOYS may be accommodated with Board,
100 Lodging, Washing, Lights, Stationary and
Tuition, at $100 per Session of five months, Invari
ably in advance.
Aiken, S. C., Jan. 17 ly I
Elton Male Academy,
7 Miles North of Edgefield C. .11.
W E take pleasure in announcing that this Insti
tution is in successful operation, under the
direction of Mr. WM. L. DANIEL, a graduate
of the South Carolina College.
The high standing Sail qualifications of Mr. D.
combined with the healthfulness of the location,
present strong inducements to parents and guar
Rates of Tuition,
PER SESSiON OF FivE MONTHS.
First Class, Primary Department..........$9,00
Second" Ordinary and higher English,.. 14,00
Third " Latin, Greek, and Roman Lite
rature,'with higher Mathematies........18 00
Pupils are charged from the time of entering
until the end of the Session.
Good Board can be obtained in the neighborhood,
including washing, &c., from $8 to $9 per month.
D. R. STROTHER,
R. W. ADAMS, . I
S. W. NICHOLSON,
JOSEPH ADAMS, -
0. W. ALLEN.
Jan 17 5t*
Sister Springs Academy.
HE Exercises of this Institution will be re
I. sumed on the First Monday in February next,
under the control of the present Principal, Mr. F.
The Course of Studies will embrace all those
branches that complete a thorough English and
Classical education. Good Boarding can be had at
$8 per month. Tuition as heretofore.
J. W. COLEMAN, '1
DANIEL PROCTOR, g
TIIOS. J. DYSON, i
R. C. GRIFFIN. .
Jan 17 St
GLENN SPRINGS FOR SALE,
rp IE undersigned having become sole Proprie.
1. tor of the above property, offers it at private
Address, T. S. A RTIIUR, Greenville.
Glenn Springs Female Institute,
HTIE PROPRIETORS of this Institution having
Jdisposed of their former location to one of their
number, as aboi e specified, hereby announce the
I removal of the School toSpartanburg C. I1.
It will be re-opened on the Ist of February. in
the new and extensive buildings late occupied by
i St. John's School for boys, (the name " St. John's"
being retained.) under the charge of
Rev. E. A. WAGNER, Instructor in Christian
Rev. J. D. MCCOLLOUG, Instructor in Ancient
Miss SorIA WARLEY, Instructrcss in English.
Miss C. M. REID, Instructress in Mathematics.
Madame SosNowam, Instructress in Modern Lan
Miss K. Susos, Instructress in Drawing and
Mi.s E. 11. REID, Instructress in Mi.
The Charges per Term, will be
For Board, (including Washing, Fuel,
Lights, &c.)......................$50 00
For Tuition in English.................25 00
6 " Music, (Piano or Guitar,
each.)......................... ..25 00
For Tuition in Ancient and Modern Lan
For Tuition in Drawing and Oil Paintting..20 00
A nd there will be no other charge except for
Text-books, Stationery and Sheet Music, actually
The Session will consist of Twco Terms. office
mnonth~s each--the annual vacation embracing thte
m~onths of D)ecemtber and January.
IThe discipjiine of the School w#ill be strictly paren
tal, atnd all the inmates of the family required to
conform scrupulously to its internal regulations.
Address, E. A WAGNER, or
J. D. McCOLLOUGHI,
The Family School for Boys,
HERETOFORE known as "S-r. JonN'S." will
be opened on the 1st of February, in a new location,
under the charge of a competent Recto~r and Assis
tants ; arrangements being now on foot to secure
thc services of such as Parents many fully confide in.
The numaber of inmates of the family will be limited
Rates of Charge.
For Bloard, per ternm of five months,..$75, 00
For Tuition, " " - 25, 00
E~ntrance Fee fir Text-books, &c..... 25 00
Until the Rector shall bec on the spot, address
J. D. McCOLLOUGH.
Jan10 4t 52.
Clock Repairing !
I'HIE Subscriber would respectfully infotrm th~e
citizens of Edgeleld Village and vicinity, that
lie has taken the House formerly occupied by Mrs.
R I. Gray, opposite the Planters Hotel, for the put
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRING BUSINESS.
-All work entrusted to his care will be attended to
with neatness and despatch. lie will also give his
attention to the REPAIRING O F FURNiT URE.
H e warrants satisfaction to all, andl solicits a liberal
patrotnage. WM. LEWIS.
Jan 10 tf 52
Negroes for Sale,
'DY CONSENT of parties, I will sell at Edge
.L field C. H., at public outcry, on the first Mon
da'iy in February next,
Four Negro Slaves,
Viz: Lark and his wife Mariah, Lewis and Lee.
Tf~ass.-A credit until the first of January 1856,
with interest from the day of sale. Purchasers will
be required to give ntotes with two sureties to se
cure the purchase money. The above negroes can
be treated for at private sale.
,S. B. GRIFFIN, AGENT.
Jan 10 4t 52
Land for Sale,
r1 HIE Subscriber being desirous of nmoving West
Ioffers fcr sale his V ALUAIBLE TR ACT 0OF
LAND, lying on Mountain Creek, near the con
-juntion of it and Turkey Creek, crossing the Block
-er Road. t welve miles from Edgefield Village, eon
I taining Four hundred and sixty-seven (467) gores,
with good improvemetnts, and adjoining lands of Dr.
JonLake, J. Holloway, Isaac Boles, Sam. Zim
merman and others. E. M. BIR D.
-Jan 10 4t 52
B Yan Order from H. T. Wright, Ordinary, I
sball proceed to sell at Edgefield C. II., on
first Monday in February next, all the personal pro
perty of the late Henry F. Freeman, dee'd., con
sisting c~f THIRTEEN LIKELY NEGRLOES9, on
a credit until the 25th Decetmber 1855. Purchasers
giving notes with ample security, before thu delivery
of the property. N. K. BUTLER, Ad'or.
Jan 10 4t 52
Drought to the Jail,
O F this District, a Negro woman who sas her
name is BETSY, and that she belongs to one
John Smith, living ini the up-country. Said woman
is about five feet four inches in height, dark comn
pleted and wears ear-rings.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pny charges and take her away, otherwise
she will be dealt with as the law directs.
W.IW. GOODMAN, J. E. D.
Jan 10 tf 52
Estraye@ or Stoleun
F ROM the Subscriber in Hamburg, on the 6th
iDecember, ONE BAY MA RE, blind in the
rght eye-no other marks recollected, by which
said Mare can be described. She had on when sho
left a Saddle and Bridle.
Any one taking up said Mare, and returning her
ithe Subscribor, living one mile above Meeting
Street P. O., on the Cambridge Road, will be libe
rally rewarded. Any informtation respecting said
mare will he thankfully received. Address thes Sub
scriber at Meeting Street P.O.'
B. F. STEVTENS.
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax Collector
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
Mf. B. WHITTLE,
THOS. G. BACON.
R. D. BRYAN.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE.
Medicines and Chemicals!
r IIE 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 A N D CHEMICALS, <
To which he respectfully solicits their attention.
Amongst his large assortment will be found
Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
Drugs and Ohemicals,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS,
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &c.
In compounding Mledicines and supplying planta
tions, the strictest attention will be given to the re
quirements 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, Dec 4 3m 47
TUTT & PELLETIER'S
W E Respectfully solicit the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants, Physicians, and the public
generally, to our VERY 11ANDSOME AND
SELECT STOCK of
Pure Medicines and Chemicals,
All of which are entirely NEW and GEN UINE.
-AMONG OUR ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Dye Stuffs,
Perf umery, Essential Oils,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, SPICES,
BRUSHES AND SOAPS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Old Port Wine for Medicinal Purposes,
And the most popular
Of the day, all of which we offer at Whosesale or
Retail, upon the most reasonable terms ever hereto
fore otfercd in this market.
W.M. 11. TUTT, M. D.
A. J. PULLETIElR,
Next door to 1). S. Dunbar's Corner.
1amburg, Dee IS 3m -19
BY Vrtue of Sundry writs of Fi. Fa., to me di
rected, I shall pryeed to sell on the first
Monday in February next, at Edgefield C. II., the
followiig property, in the following cases, viz:
11. T. Wright, bearer, vs. John L. Ilarmon;
Caroline A. Gray, Adm'or., vs. John L. Harmon;
Other Plaintiffs vs. John L. Iarmon, One Tract of
Fand, entamning One Thousand acres, nore or less,
adjoining lands of W. 1B. h)orn and others.
A dkin Curley vs. Goo. Watkins. Wmn. Watkins
and Michael llare. One Tract of Laind containing
445 acrese, more or'less, adjoining lands of John J.
Jennings and others, the property of the defendant,
R. M. Fuller vs. James A. Bennet, One Tract of
and containing one hundred and thirty acres,
(130,) more or less, adjoining lands of Newel
White, Butler Williams, John Terry and others. s
Daniel Ilrunson, Ex'or. vs. ,John Williams and
Elizabeth Williams, Sr., One Tract of Land con
taining threc hundred and fifty, (350.) acres, more
or less, adjoining lands of Daniel Bronson, John
Chatham, and others, the property of the Defend
ant, Elizabeth Williams.
Alfred May vs. John Youngblood, One Tract of
Land eontaining one hundred and sixty, (l60) acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of James Dorn, Abner
Ilearn and othere.
Uriah Mars, Br. vs James Stewart and Christo
pher Weatherington, One Tract of Land containing
fie hundred, (500) acres, more or less, adjoimmgt
lands of Geo. Garner, llenry Rush and others, thea
property of the defendant, C. Weathcrington.
Win. McEvoy vs. Nancy Rearden, One Tract of
Land containing three hundred, (300) acres, more
or less, arljoining lands of Jordon llolloway and
Robert Cheatham vs. Batte Howard and Eenj.
F. Strom ; R1. L. Wash vs Biatte lloward, One
Tract of Land containing three hundred (300) acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of B. M. Talbert,
Tandy Burkhmalter and others, the property of
John Seigler vs. John Autry and Mary Blood
auth, One Tract of Land containing two hundred
and fifty (250) acres, more or less, adjoining lands
f B. T. Boatwright, Elizabeth Bush and others
he property of Mary Bloodsuth.
Terms Cash. LEWIS JONES, s. a. D.
Jan-10 4t 52
A LL Persons indebted to me either by note or
accountcan find them in the hands of A. C.,
Dean, at my house, until Feb. next-after that time fi
they will be left in the hands of G. W. Landru
Esq., for collection.
I offer for sale my KEMP and BLEDSOE
TR ACTS OF L AND, one containing Four Ioun
dred and Fifteen acres, and the other Two hundred
and twenty-two acres. Said Lands will be sold
low for cash, or good paper. JA E OM
Jan 10 3t 52
To All Interested.
TIHE subscriber returns his thanks to those,
wiho have alwaays paid him promptly hiere
tofore, and hopes they will continue to do so. If he
is compelled to sue the balance that owe him, it will
be done with reluctance after the liberal patronage .1
bestowed upon him, but his debts must be paid. a
Also, all Persons indebted to Clark d& Tillelson,a
at Harrisburg S. C., are notified that more than a t
year has elapsed since the firm was dissolved by t
limitation ; atid their debts arc past due, and must
.JOHIN M. CL AKE.
Cold Springs, S. C., Jan. S, 1855 6t 52.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, -
Exparte Petition for settlement i
Julia McClendon, o rpry
IT appearing that Thos. McClendon, the husband
of the petitioner above named, is beyond the lim
its of this State, and the object of the Petition being
to set apart to the sole and separate use of his wife
Jlia, a certain sum of money arising from the sale4
of Joseph Whittle's real estate. On motion of
Moragne, for petitioner, it is hereby ordered that
the aforesaid Thos. McClendon do plead, answer or
demur to thc.prayer of his said wife Julia, within
three months from the date of this publication, or
the Petition will be tknas pro confesso against
Jan 10 1855 3m 52.
A Caution to All.
I take this method of informing all persons any.
wise indebted to me, either by note or account,
that. they can settle the same with me at Edgefield
C. H., on the first Monday in February next. Those
who fail to appear and settle up on that day, will C
eertainly hare costs to pay. M TIRDE
Jan 10 2t 52
Negro Blankets and Cloths,
WILLIAM SHEAR, AUGL'STA, Ga., respect
Wfully invites the attention of Planters to his
large supply of NEGRO BLANKETS and NE
GRO CLOTHS, which he is preparing to sell at
very low prieca.
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST.'!
GRAY BROTHERS, t
EG to inform the public, that their Fall par
chases this season have been UNUSUALLY
LARGE, having been in the Northern markets
)ver three months this Summer, where so many
large auction sales took place, offering de ' ed ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can colfidently f,
my that our Stock is MUCH CHEAPER than the t
like quality of Goods could be obtained a few weeks
ater, when the great body of Merchants went to
Our desire, owing to the very short season that C
ev will now necessarily have, is to dispose of this o
arge Stock, independent of profits, and we may s)
renture to say that we can offer as strong induce- ti
mnents as any of our neighbors, if not stronger. a
In our DRESS GOODS ROOM will be found
I.e richest varieties of the Season, such as
Elegant Moriantigue SILKS;
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figured;
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cents A
>er yard, worth 75 cents;
Plain Black Silks, all widths, very cheap; j
Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and Satins;
Figured, all Wool, French Muslin DeLaines, 121
ents, worth 50 cents ;
French Merinos, very cheap;
Lupins' best Bombazine, exceedingly low;
Black Jamiese, a new.and very desirable all-Wool y
'oods for mourning';
Black Alpaceas all qualities, some very fine and
Mantillas, Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest
reneh styles, exceedingly cheap
Crape, Cashmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds, of the most elegant A
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 6t
ents a yard, worth 20 cents;
Calicoes and Ginghams best styles, very cheap, 0
Domestic Goods of all finds ; p
Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, and a great
ariety of other articles to which we would respect- 1
ally invite the attention of the public.
GRAY BROTHERS. c
Augausta. Nov 14 tf 44
"ALL AND WINTER GOODS!
- A. RANSOM, AGENT for R. M. FUL
. LER, Ilamburg, S. C., has now on hand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Thieh he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that aw
annot fail to please; and would respectfully invite
he attention of his customers and all in want of ai
oods to an examination of his Stock, among which
vill be found
Rich Brocade SILKS,
Figured, Plain, Black, Gro de Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Mlarceline and Sarconett do
All wool DeLaines, or beautiful styles,
Common and MLedium do., from 12J to 50 eta. I
Solid Colored kersian DeLTaines, various shades,
Ilighand Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Saque Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and American Ginghams, from 12 to 25c
English and American Prints, all qualities,
do do Furtatine, do ,
Ladies Colored Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas T
of the latest styks, a
Black and Colored Shawls, various qualitics, c
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,
lluckaback 'owels and Towelings,
Furniture I)imity and Fringes,
Drab Morino, for Skirts- Marsa!es do
Ladies' Misuses and Children's llosiery & Gloves
do Linen Cambrio Handkerchiefs,
do Worsted S!eeves,
10-4, 11 -4 and 12.4 Whitney Blanketi,
Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do. p1
Large Luot of Negro Blankets, very cheap, -
Cassimneres, Sattinets, Trweeds and Kentucky
Jeans, all qua~ities,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 BI'd and Brown Sheetings, r
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 Shirting, Graniteville and
Osnaburg Stripes and Yarns at Factory prices, C
Real Georgia Plain.', best quality,
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as
ottment, with a great quantity of other Goods
uiable for the season.
gi Orders solicited and faithfully executed. A
Hlamburg, Nov 28 tf 46 u~
J. SIBLEY & SON, ~
GROCERS AND COTTON u
HAMBURG, S. C. ti
D ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform a
Ltheir old cnstomers and the Planters generally "
hat they arc still to he found at their Old Stanid, Ni
nd1 are paying the IllGIIEST MA RKET PRICE
>r Cotton and other Produce: and have in Store, E
nd are daily receiving a MOST COMPLE TE assort
ent of- i
-AMONo wili MtAY BE FOUND
20,000 Yda. Gunny and D~undee BAGGING, I
200 Coils hemp andl Russian ROPE,
200 Bags COFFEE, Rio and -Java, a
200 Bb!s. Superior andl Refined SUGA RS,
25 Ilhdsm. Muscovado and N. 0. do.
100 Bbls. MOLA SSES, C
3,000 Sacks SA LT. t}a
-25 BEDS TEA DS, somte of them Fancy, tr
25 Boxes superior CHEESE, h
A splendid assortnment of BLANKETS and ti
A n assortment of Saddles and Bridles, Chairs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lamp and Tan
ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes, 1
ihirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually J
und in a Grocery Store.
W 7E take this means to inform our Customers
YVand the Planters generally, that we are notB
pnnected with any other house, and only have one S
tore, which is the Brick Corner, formerly occu- ni
ied by JTosiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON. I
Hamburg, Nov 28 tf 46
To the Public. A
[ SH AL L open to my friends and w
the public, on the first M1onday in
anuary, the Hotel known as the
EWBERRY HOTEL, which has
st been thoroughly renovated and repaired ; goodj
nd faithful servants shall always be in attendance, a
d the guests of the h ouse shall not want for any
ing that the market will afford. The subscriber
rusts by strict attenutioni to business, to merit a share
C the public patropage.
JOllN W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
Newberry C. H., Dee 27, 3m 51
[ HAVE this day placed my Shop Books and I
LA count.' in the hands of J. Cheatham, who is W
uly authorized to colleect and receipt for me, and
nose who know themselves to be in my debt, would d
avo cost by calling on him for a settlement, as I am
ound to colleet nmy money.ROTBOKS -
Dec 27 3t 50
lentlemen, FairNotice! ~
POSITIVELY T HE LA ST ! %
SLL Persons indebted to me by note or open1
-account, contracted previous to the first ofJ
anuary 1854, may settle them with Inc at my tii
ounting Room any time hetween this and Wednes- A
ay the 8th day of'February 1855, after that date b'
rith my Attorney. W. P. BUTLER. ei
Edgefield C. 11., Dni 13 tf 48 tI
Admninistrator's Notice. -
NfOTICE is hereby given to all the creditors of
FORTUNATUS MASSEY, dee'd, to meet
me in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefield Court House
a Monday, the 26th day of February next, ir the
urpose of making a tlpal settlenment on said estate.
'hose who fail to present their claims by the above
me will be excluded, as the estate will not pay out.
'ersons indebted to the estate will make payment
nmediately. S. CROUCH, A d'mr.~
Dec 20 4in ' 4
Good Peach .Brandy? S
US eevda large supply of PURE OLD A
S. B. BOWERS, Aden?.
)issolution of Go-Partnership,
rHE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
.Rscfam son & McDONNALD, is this dayis-.
ylved by mutual consent. All indebted will plase
take payment to Join C. McDoNNALD, who is an
iorized to settle up the business of the Firm.
J. L. RICHARDSON,
J. C. McDONNALD.
Hamburg, November 9, 1854.
[ AVING purchased Mr. Rcimanson's Interest
in the above Firm, the Subscriber respect
illylfforms his friends and the publie generally
tat he intends to continue the sale of
Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
i the Town of Hamburg ; and hopes by keeping
inatantly on hand a full and fashionable assortment
Ready-Made Clothing, &c., to receive a iberal
iare of patronage. The Planters of Edgefleld and
to adjoining Districts are specially invited to ex
nine my Stock before trading elsewhere.
JOHN C. McDONNALD.
Hamburg. Nov 14 tf 44
o former Friends and Patrons,
I E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron
N age, would beg k-ave to inforni the public- that
e is now receiving LARGE Consignments of
Thiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
Su g a r s,
ROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
.nd all articles usually kept in the Family Grocery
eing Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
ouses, one in New York and the other in Angus.
, he is prepared to fill all orders for
2IAR EE. TwM.-Me8. l
t the shortest notice possible.
As he is acting as Agent only, lie would ro
ectfully inform all that his business must be done
the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELY ; for his low
-ies and small commissions will not warrant ex
nsion of time on Goods sold.
lie is determined to sell Low, for Cash,
.a hopes to merit a share of the trade. Conte one,
me all, and examine his Stock before purchasing,
-it is all he asks.
Wr The business will be conducted under the
nie and style of S. E. 1,owRas, Agent. .
Hamburg, Nov. 1, tf 42
few Fall and Winter Goods I
11iIE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
L and WINTER GOODS (at the Brick Store)
nong which may be found
Rich Satin, Plaid and Fancy SILKS, of the latust
id most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured. Plaid and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English MERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MANTILLAS,
" Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
ERSLEEVES and CI IEMIZETTES,
A variety of BONNETS and Bonnet RIBBONS
oots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and FACTORY STRIPES,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
gcther with a large and well seleted variety of
her Goods, too numerous to mention.
0- The public generally are respectfully solicited
call and examine the above mentioned Stock.be
re put chasing elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 6f 41.
ARRIAGES, BIJGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car.
4iriages of every descriptiop. They also keep
hand a large and splendid assortment of
Oew and Second-Hand Carriages.
C:g All orders promptly aitndcd to, and Re
iring neatly executed.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf I
PH IE Subscriber takes this opportunity of inform
Ling his friends. that lie has removed to the
EW BRICK STORE adjoining the -Store of 1B.
.Bryan, where he has jnat opened a LARGE
A RlETY of new articles in his varnr us branches
Trade. Hie intends keepng in the
Drug and Medicine Department,
full supply of every article that is in common
a by the Profession, which will be constantly un
r the inspection of Drs. Bland, Abn. y, Mitni and
urt ; and if an article is reportcd to he impure it
i not be offered for sale. Dr. M. W. A baey has
ken an Oflice in the second Story of the building,
id will give me the bentefit of his experience in
mpounding Medicines .and preparine prescrip
ns, and having been six years engaged in the bu
tess, 1 flatter myself, with these ample arrange
ets, I shall receive a liberal sh:re of the patron
e of Physicians, families, andl the publio generally.
In the Grocery Department
VERY THlING will be kept that~in usually found
a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the
epartment of Books, Stationary, ko,,
ill be found a full supply of Standard School
auks, Bibles, Hymn Books, Fools Cap, Letter and
ute Paper, with almost every article in this line
ill be kept constantly for sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
ay always be found a much larger assortment of
sdies, Fruits, Pickles, Ketchups. Sauces, &c.,
an has ever been offered for sale in this place. In,
uth, this is to be a Store of good things, and it is
ped will be considered a great conventende, and
refore be largely patronized.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dcc 20 tf 49
A Car 4.
TAKE this method of r turning my sincere
.thanks to the people of Edt efield and adjoining
istricts, for their liberal pat -onage, and at the
me time say to theta that I ysavc moved into my
New Brick A&ores,
it during the past Sumer, situated on Reynold's
reet, nearly fronting the Episcopal Church, and
har by the South Carolina Rail Road Depot,.where
:im 'fferitng coiisignments of
TENNESSEE BACON, LARD,
Butter, Feathers, Corn, &c,,
~d at prices so low, as to induce any one to buy
Io wants. T. WV. FLEMING.
Augusta, Dee 18 2m* 49
~TEA CIIER is wanted to takce charge of the
School at hlorn's Creek Church. No one need
ply unless he can come well recommended.
WASH. WISE, Trustes
JOHN FAIR. te.
Jan3 3t . 51
OST on Saturday the 23d nIt., my POCKET
.4 BOOK, containing threo One Ih undred Del
r Bills, and four Fifty Dollar Bills, with my name
itten on t'ee back of one of the One Hundred
ollar Bills. A reward of $25 will be given upon
divery or said Pocket Book and contents, or any
formation concerning it will be thankfully received.
M. A . PA DGE'T.
Jan 3 tf 51
H AVE closed miy Shoe Business. From the
.press of other business, I can devote but a short
ne, personally, to the collection of.miy acconnts.
ftr the expiration of which time, those indebted
note or account, will receive legal notice of the
riploymenit of an Agent legaLly authorized to set
with them. R. T. MIMS.
January 3 3t 51
STATE OF SOLITH CA ROLINA,
Alex. Gregory and others
T appearing to my satisfaetio.n that John Grego
.ry, Easter Rankin, Shadra.ch Dees and wife c
and James Rankin and wife Harriet, Defendants
this case, reside without the limits of this State,
is therefore ordered, that they do appear and
ject to the division or sale of the real Estate of
rah Gregory, dee'd., on or before the first day of
pril next, 1855, or their consent to the same will
entered on recerd.
U. T. WRIGHT, 0. 3. D.
C'..ac. ..lin . rcc 1 3am 50