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i'antation for Sale,
T IIE Subscriber offers for sale the Plantion on
which he now resides, containing
Fifteen Hundred Acres,
situated on the Columbia and. Edgefield Road, in
the Ridge settlement, adjoining the Lands of Mrs.
T. Watson, Maj. T. Watson, C. Ward, J. AleCarter
It is in excellent conditionand has on it an ELE
GANT TWO STORY DWELLING HOUSE,
containing ten Rooms (four of which are twenty
feet square-dining room sixteen by twenty-four,)
and has ten Closets.
There is also on the place an excellent Gin I-louse,
30 by 45, besides a large Lint Room on the 'side,
and double machinery for ginning and thrashing.
There is alsu attached to. the Gin a first rate Screw.
On the said Tract is a splendid strong NEW
CORN-MILL, about a mile from the Dwelling.
A good Fish Pond, of the purest spring water, in
which fine trout abound, is also on this very valua
About five hundred acres are under fence, and
near one thousand in woods of fine timber. The
best of spring water runs through every field.
Large atables, Negro Houses, and all other ne
cessary outbuildings are conveniently arranged on
CM- It will be sold on good terms if applied for
immediately. Possession given this Spring, or next
New Year's day, as best suits the parties.
r Feb 7 tf 4
Science Hill Sch ol.
1 HE E,.ercises of th.s School was resurned on
alonday the 15th January, under the supervi
s1;g of its former skilliul and successful instructor,
1)7. A. R. JoRDAN.
All the English branches necessary to constitute
a sound education will be taught, .and no pains
spared to promote the moral culture of pupils.
my D.scipline maintained is rigid, yet mild.
Rates of Tuition per Session,
Orthography, Reading. Writing and Aritmetic, $8
Geography and Grammar, with the above,.... 10
Geometry, Trigonometry, Natural and Moral
The vear is divided into Sessions of five months
each. 'upils are charged from the time of entrance
to the end 6 the Session. .
Biourd can be obtained in the neighborhood on
F. H. ROPER.
W. E. DOBEY, Trustees.
T. W. L AN IIAM.
Feb 7 3t 4
LL those who make small or large purchases
A in BEI)STEAI)S. WINDOW BLINI)S,
SASIl, PANNEL DOORS, &c., without consult
ing the Subscriber, one mile and a half West of
Cherokee Ponds, certainly belong to this Society.
Also, old Furniture renovated,
As in former advertisements stated
Can do a number of other things too
For further proof, call and we'll show you.
C. B. LANIHAM.
Feb 7 4t"1 4
I10Tu R E4;ItI ENT,, s. c. i.,
MINE CREEK, Feb 5, 1V55.
A CO U RT M A RTIA L w1ll convene at Richard
son's, on the 23d inst. The following Officers
will compose the Court.
Maj. S. J. WA-soN, President.
Capt. WM. HiLt., Capt. ATTAWAY,
W. CLtinR, Lieut. W ATKINS,
PETERBON, " Pow,
" R. Eiosoa, " ItERttN,
a PERRY, " TiiomrsoN,
" CORDER. Adjt. MAYNARD.
By order of Col. A. J. NEAL.
Feb 6 2t 4
10TH R EGIMENT, FEB. 5, 1855.
ERSONS upon whom the Court may impose a
Iine, are requested to settle the same, as it
wll save cost and ,ome-tr.ruble.
G. 1. ST1OTlER, Paymaster.
Feb 7 2t 4
rp 1I Subscriber will proceed to sell on the 27th
ist.. at the residence of Johna Mealing, all the
personal property of D~avid K. Mealbng, a Luniatie.
not heretofore disposed of, consisting of FOUR
N EGi-ROES, (a woman and three children.) Al.-:,
somec oilier property.
JtAlN P. ME ALING, Committee.
FebS 53t* 4
O N the 3d of .January last, b~etwveen the Chero
kee P'onds anid the residence of .\r. Jiohni
D~oby, Sr., 'in the l'eive Nutehi Roasadaasmiai BL.ACK
MOROCCO POCKET BOOK, with a steel elap,
cotntaining about Two hundred and seventy Dolars,
miostly in $20 hills omn the Banik of Hlauaburg, as
best remembered. No papers werie in it except a
mnemoranidums of things to he purchaseul in Illamiburg
Ainv informai~tion or it will be thankfully received,
anid thte hider will be very liberally rewarded.
MATTrH W T. I3ETrIS.
Feb 7 __ _ 4t. 4
J UST received a supply of Superior Old MIOUN
TAIN D)EW WhISKEY.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
H amburg, Feb 7 i 4
A LL Persons ind<:bted to the Estate of W. P.
Maynard, dee'dl.. are requesied to make pay
ment forthw'th to the Subscriber ;and those ha.'vinig
demands against the Estate are requeste~d to hand
themi in, properly attested.
J. W. MAYNARD, Ad'or.
Feb 7 3ni 4
A LL those who are indebted to Dr. A. L. Oxner,
. had better comne forw'ardI and settle up with
the Undersigned, as he has put his niotes and ae
counts in ay possession for collection.
Feb 7 3t* 4
State of south Carolina,
-Y H..T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas James Dhorn, has applied to me for Let
- ters of Administration , on all and singular the goods
and ehattels, rights and credits of Amos R. Fal kner,
late of thme District iaforesaid, deceased.
These are., therefore, to~ cite and admunishi all and
singtiar, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
ed, to be and appear before me, at onirnest Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 19th day of Feb. inst., to show cause, if
any, why the said Adininistration should not be
Given under my hand anid seal, this sixth day of
February, in the year of our Lord mne thousand eight
hunidred arid fifty'fuur and in the 79th year of Ameri
can ndeendece. H. T. W RIGHT, 0. E. D.
Feb7 2t 4
STATE OF SOUTHF CAROLINA,
B Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, A. B. Addison hasapplied to me for Letters
of Amniostration, on sit anid sinignlar the goods and
chauels, rigthts and credits of Sampson Kikerease, late
of the District afomresaid deceased.
These are, thereufore, to cite and admonish all and
-ingular, the kindred and creditors of the said de
ceased, to be stnd appear before me, at our nest Ordi
nary's Court for the said District, to be h'jlden at
Edgefield C. H., on the 16th day of February inst., to
show cause, if any, why Lihe said' administranun should
nlot he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2d day of Feb.,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
siad fifty-five and in the seventy-ninth year of Amern
em Inepenence H. T. W RIGHT, 0. E. D.
- TS Flereby given to all parties concerned, that a
..FIN1A L SIETT LEMENT of the Estate of -John
Atiderson, dee'd., will be made at the Ordinary's
Office of Edgehield District, on the 3d day of April
1855. All persons who have demands against the
Estate, will in the meantime, render them in pro
perly attested, and those indebted arc required to
make payment. JOHN F. TALBERT, Ad'r.
Jan 3 3m 51
Good Peach Brandy ?
J UST received a large supply of PURE OLD
S. E. BOWERS, AGENT.
Hamg Nov 22 if 45
FIRENCH, BRITISIf& GERMAN
209 & 211 KING, CORNER MATKET-ST.,
oAm.ESTON, S. 0.
K EEP constantly on hand, and offer to their
friends and the public generally, the largest
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
In the Southern States. Their Stock is constantly
supplied with a full assortment of
Of all the newest varieties of'Style and Fabric.
In Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Grenadines,
bluslins. Bombazines, Alpacas, and Mourning
Goods of all kinds,
Embreideries and Lace Goods, of every variety.
Evening Dress Goods of every description.
Gentlemen's and Boys' Wear.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Linen Drills and
Coatings, of best French Goods.
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, &c.
F 0 R FAMILY USE.
Rose, Whitney, and Bath BLANKETS,
Red and White Flannels,
English and American Cotton Flannels,
French, English and American Prints and Cam
Linens, of Richardson's celebrated make, for
Sheetings, Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Damasks.
Doylies, Napkins, Towellings. B. E. and lucka
back Diapers, Fruit Cloths, Glass Cloths, Apron
Ingrain, three Ply. Brussels, Tapestry and Velvet,
British and A merican Floor Oil Cloths,
Wilton Veivet and Axminster Rugs.
White and Coliored Mlattings, of all widths,
Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings. of all kinds.
Of every variety in SILK. SA TIN and WORSTED
Curtain Cumbrics and Muslins.
Embroidered Luce and Muslin Curtains,
Gilt Cornices, Curtain Gimps, Holders, Loops,
Tassels, D rapery Ctords. Bell topes, &o.
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, Caps, &c.
Cotton Osnaburgs, of all the best Southern makes
G- All the above, with every other line of DRY
GOO)S whi-h cnn hi- denanded, are of OUR
OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION, and are
otfered at the Lowest Market Prices for Cash, or
Egi The ONE PRICE SYSTEM is strictly ad
hered to. All Coods are warranted, and all orders
tilled with promptness and the most careful atten
tion. BROWNING & LEM1AN.
Charleston, -Jan. 25, ly 3
U NTIL further notice, the Alai.s to Augusta will
be closed at this Office on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4 o'eock, P. A].
The ' ail to N.nety-Six will close blondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at II o'clock. A. M.
The Mail t.o Columbia will be closed Mosdays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The Mail to Longnires will close every Tuesday
and Thursday at 7 o'clock, A. 51.
The Mail to Kirksey's X Rads will close every
Wednesday at 12 o'clock, M.
The Madl to Newberry will close every Thursday
at 9 o'clock, P. Ml. A. R AMSElY, '. Ml.
0- Those who have not secured Boxes, mut
pay postage on letters before delivery.
Jan 17 4t I
TO ALL WHO ARE IN ARREARS
Edgefield & Cheatham Plank Road!
r HE Road is finished, and debts due by the
Cumpany for Lumber, h.re o: hands, &e., must
be paid. Those iudebted therefore, oust come for
ward, without any further delay, and pay up their
Stoek. The creditors of the Company cannot be
put off any longer.
S. F. GOODE, Pres't.
Jan 31 tf 3
W a n ted,
A GOOD Bf.ACKSMlITII, by the month or
.1year, for whoin liberal wages wi:l be given.
A pply to the subscriber, at 1:dgetield C. II.
S. F. GOODE.
Jan 31 .tf 3
F7 ROM the Subscriber's residence on thu Ridge.
1'during the u~ght of the 5thi instant, his negro
ian J I.\. Said negro is of lhght comiplection.about
tie feet eight air ten inches high, rather stout, with
a somalI sear on his right check, lie had on, when
he leit, light cassimnere coat and pants, and a tine
pair of boots.
It is probab!e that .Jimn 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 Edgelield C.
I1. Any information thankfudly received.
M1. B. WEVER.
Ridge, S. C., Jan 17 tf 1
117 Columb~a papers please copy tri-weekly until
further notice, and forward accotunts to i$1. B. WV.
Notice to Farmers!
I WILL 1IR E my Blacksmaith h A RRY the re
mainder of the year, at Si pert day. llarry is
an. excellent Blacksmith, and welt calculated to do
all Smith work requisite on a plantatio~n. His work
in warrent.-d to be done with neatness, promptness
and durablity. A ny one desirous of having their
Backsmithing doane at their residence, would do
wed to secure Hlarry's services.
- A. B. ADDISON.
Jan 31 tf 3
Notice to Guardians.
ILL Guardians, Co mrmittees and Trustees,
.f whose du ty it is to imake annual returns of
the.r transactions ais such into thle. Commissioaner's
Otice at Edgefi,-ld C. 11., are hereby naotified to
make their returns for the piresent year by the 10th
of April. Otherwise, they will be ruled without
exception. The law iiust be enforced.
A. SlalKINiS, C. F.. E. D.
Com'rs. Office, .Jan 29, 155. It 3
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFI LeLD DTSTRICT,
H ellen Berry, J.Bill for Partition.
Hannah Berry, and
.lohn G. Berry, et al.
B Y Virtue of an Order frosm the Court of Equity
ini this ease, I will piroceed to sell at Edlgetield
C. II., ian tlj frst Mlonday in Mlarch next, aill thme
lanad foirme ly belongiing to the late .Jioseph -Baerry
in which the late llannah Berry held a life estait.
The said Lanids consists of about THREE
HUNDR ED ACR ES, more or less, situate on
Big Saluda Rtiver, in the District anid State afaire
said, and bounde.d by lands of Wdlliam Bouknight,
S. G. Coppick, Bennet l'erry and athera.
Tzaxs -Saidl Lanes will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, with interest from date, in two
eual inistalments, except for so miuch as may be
necessary to pay costs of suit, which must be paid
in cah. Purchasers will be required to give bond
with two good sureties.
A. SIaKINS, C. E. E. D.
Jan 31 5t . 3
I TIIINK it bad policy, both for the Debtor and
ICredlitor, to let their acceaunts stand unsettled
longer thati one year. I would therefore say to all
indebted to me by Note or accoutit for 1853, to
cmie up anal settle the sanme by the 10th day oif
February n xt, or they will be compelled to settle
with m~y Attorney. JOHN LEIGH.
Jan 23, 3t 2
Ad iitao~ Notice.
ALL Persons having denmands against the Estate
of WVm. H. A dams, dee'd., are hereby notified
to presecthe same. piroperly attested, for payment,
and thiose who are 'ndebted to the Estate, are re
quested to niake payment to
E. PENN. Adm'or.
Jan 24 tf 2
T1OLLED before me by S. Broadwatear, living
Iabout thre'e iiiles W.est of Collier's P. O., a
BRIG HT SORtREL HORSE, about fifteen and a
halt hands high, a white star in the forehead-co!
lar, saddle and gear marks. A ppraised at fifteen
dollars. G. W. NIXON, M. E. D.
Jan 30 1 m4i '
Graniteville Hotel Re-opened,
T IlIE Subscriber informs the public
that he has opened the Hotel
knownas the GRANITEVILLE 110- II
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 so
as any in the State. My Table will be furnished
with the best the market affords. My Stables shall
always be supplied with good provender, and attend
ed by an excellent Ostler.
JAS. A. MOSLEY.
Graniteville, Jan 8, 4t 52
To the Public.
I SH ALL open to my friends and
the public, on the first Monday in
January, the Hotel known as the
NEWBERRY HOTEL, which has
just been thoroughly renovated and repaired ; good
and faithful servants shull always be in attendance,
tind the guests of the Ilouse shlIl not want for any
thing that the market will afford. The subscriber
trusts by strict attention to business, to merit a shat e
of the public patronage.
JOHN W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
Newberry C. H., Dec 27., 3m - 51
A Most Valuable Residence
-t THIS well-known situation in
N Edgefield, six miles from the Court
Iouse, on the Plank Road loading
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 more
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.
[ndulgence given to suit the purchaser, provided
the purchase mo.ney be amply secured.
gfr For further particulars enquire of the Sub
scriber on the premises.
J. R. WEVER.
Jan 17 ti I
South Carolina Institute.
T Eo ZrT3E AZR 01 TE3 1OWTE
CAROLINA INSTITUTE. for the promntion nf
ART, MECHANICAL INGENUITY AND INDiUS.
TRY, will he helt' at the New Hall, recently erected
on Meeting-street, in the city of Charleston, corn
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11,
and enntinuing open for exhibition until the twenty
fifth of April.
The Directors of the Institute, take great pleasure
in stating to the public that, by the liberality of the
Stats and city, they have been enabled to erectalarge,
commodious and elegant building, capable of holding
in its main Hall, 3500 persons. and also, in connection
with it, a very well adapted and spacinus MACHINE
ROOM. which will enable them to furnish sufficient
power for any kind of Machinery that may be offiered
Suitable premiums will be' given to the best speci
mens in Art, Mechanism anl other branches of In
dustry; also of Cottion, Rtee,Sogar, Tobacco, Wheat,
Rye, Oats, Potatoes ani other agricultural products.
The Ladies, to whom the Institute has been. o much
indebted, are respectfully informed that suitable pre
miums will be provided by the Committee and award
d to the best specimens inevery department of Ladies
The following is a list of the articles for the best
.pecimens of which premiums are offered, tho-ugh ar
icles of all other kinds will be received and premiums
warded far the sate:
Architectural Drawing. Cooper'n work.
Painting in Oil. Paper.
Painting in Water Colors. Sole Leather..
Viniature Painting. Harness Leather.
Pen Drawing. Calf Skin, dretsed for
Pencil Drawing, hoots.
rayon Drawing. Carriage Harness.
Sculpture. Buggy or Sulky Harness.
Penmanship. Cart or Dray Harness.
Best mode of constructing Riding Saddle.
Wharves. Beaver or Silk Hat.
Best preparation for pack- Cloth Cap.
ing Cotton. Military or Fireman's Cap.
Best Rice Threshing Ma. Boots.
Best Re;rigerator. Ladies' Gaiters.
Best Plough. Ladies' Slippers.
Best Churn. Umhrellat or Parasol.
Best Washing Machine. Hair Dresser's work.
Stone Masotn's Work. Gitding.
arpenter's work by hand. Stucco work.
arpenter's work by Ma. Modelling in Plaster.
chinery. 'Fin work.
Carving in wood. - Plumbing.
Iodel of a ship. Biaket o: wicker work.
Boat builder's work. Wilow ware.
Ship Joiner's work. Dyeing in wool, silk or
Pump and Block making. cotton.
illwrightt's work. Upholstery.
outr wheel Carrnage. Embroidery in Gold or
ig or Stulkey. Embr'oidery in Silk or
art ot Dray. Worsted.
rurninig in Brass, Iron or Artificial Flowers.
WVnod. wr. Ornamental Hair Work.
Blackmith'swok Weaving, Hand Loom.
asting in Iron or Brass. Weaving, Power Loom.
[roRailing,Fe-nceor Gate.!Cotton Yarn.
Brass or Copper work. Kntitied Stockings, Soks or
Lcksmith's work. Gloves.
Bell Hanging. Coach Lace.
unsmithi's work. Gimp. Fringe antI Orna
Instrument Maker's work. mental Weavitng.
Lamp Maker's work. Co'nfectionery.
leweller's work. Refined Loaf Sugar.
Silversmith's work. Pottery.
Silver Plating work. Glass.
Die Sinking. Manufactured Iron.
Engraving on Steel,Copper Cut Nails.
or Wood. Wronught Nails.
Lithography. Grey Bricks.
Ierhanical Dentistry. Pressed Bricks.
Clock and Watch Making. Turpentine,Manufactu:-ed.
rnamental hou'.e painting Tallow. Sperm or Wat:
Drnamental Sign painting Candles.
Cabinet Work. Soda Water.
Fancy Printing. Br-ad.
Book Prinig. Cake Making.
Ruled and Bound Ledger. Starch.
Fancy Binding. Flour.
Millinery. Butter, for Winter use, not
Shirt Making, less than ten pounds.
The following special premiuims are offered:
For the best ST EA M ENGINE. a Giold Meudal.
For the best model of an improved FIRE ENGINE,
a Gold Medal.
For the best improvetd SEA ISLANDCOTTON GIN
on some new principle, superior to those now in
general use, or f',r any real or important improve.
ment thereon, a Goldl Medlal.
For the invention of a suitable M ACHINE FOR PUL
VERIZING RED PEPPER, ia God Medal.
For the six best specimense of STEEL, made from
Spartanburg or other Iron, the product of a Situ.
thern State, anid mantufiactured into Edged Tools
of any kind, a Gold Medal.
N. B-A specimen of the Steel in bars to be sent
with the Tools.
For the best specimen of American SCULPTUR E, a
For the largest qoanitity of COCOONS raised on one
plantation, not less than ten bushels, a Silver
Pitc-her or Fifty Dollars.
For the largest gquantity of SPUN SILK, the produce
of one plantation, not less tha~n ten pounds, a
Silver Pitcher or Fifty Dl).lars.
For the best STA LLION, a Silver Cuip.
For the btest MA RSh TACKEY STA LLION, a Sil
For the best MARSH TACKEY GELDING, a .:,dver
For the best pairof MA RSH TACK EYS, for draught,
a Silver Cup.
For the best specimen of SUN FLOWER SEED OIL,
not less than one gallon. a Silver Cup.
For the best specimen of RA PE SEED OIL, not less
than one gation, a Silver Cup.
For the best CASHMER E RA M, a Silver Cup.
For the b.-st CASHM ER E EW E, a Silver Cup.
For tihe hast three-quarter blood CASH ME RE KID, a
For te best R AM. a Silver Cup.
Fo~r ilfe best BO AR. a Silver Cup.
For the best ESSAY ON SOUTHERN GRASSES,
Ruffin Prize Silver Pitcher.
Every attention will be paid to all articles sent for
All articles entered for premiums must be sent in on
or before Saturday. seventh day of A pril next, direct.
ed to the care of the Clerk of the South-Carolina In.
stitute, Charleston. Articles may be sent after that
day for exhibition only. Contributors to the Fair are
respectfully requested to send full descriptions of the
articles and suich general information as may be of use
to the Judges, and suttable for publication.
WM. M. L AWTON, President.
WM. K IRKWVOOD, 1st Vice President.
JOSEPH W ALKER. 2d Vice President.
W. G. DESA USSUR E, Sec'y and Tress.
. (;. N. REYNotLDS, Jr. 7.LAEDODON
2. J. H. TayLO 8.i.Moa.oN
3. C. D. Cana. 9 .GAG nos
4. F. J. Poa cuia. 10H.Cs.
5. C. Y. RienaaeOse. 1.E .JN
6. Wet. LIBBy. 2
Just LRecei exstn
25 BULS. and Hal H.rel Cost.3, AC
rel.1. E. S LE JoN SON
Jamburg Ja 2. f I 2
Edgefield Male Academy.
T HE Trustees of this Institution take pleasure
in anfouneing that they have made ample ar
rangements for its enduct during the present year.
Mr. WILLIAM McCASLIN and Mr. ERASMUS
YOUNGBLOOD, two young gentlemen of fine
Classical education, have the School now in charge.
Both Trustees and Teachers flatter themselves with
the belief that their School will not have its' superi
or in the State. Either Teacher is qualified to
instruct thoroughly in every branch required for en
trance into our Colleges, North or South. As it is
not probable, from the delay we have unavoidably
encountered in opening the Academy. that we shall
have at any time during the year an inconveniently
large number of Students, those who do come will
enjoy the great privilege of constant and careful su
pervision. Parents vlI at once see this advantage
in its proper light.
We respectfully ask of our friends, and the friends
of the School, that they will come forward and en
ter their boys immediately. The full Scholastic
year will be taught.
For the ClassieWl Department, per annum,.. $36,00
" Higher Eng. " " .. 32,00
" Ordinary " " " .. 28,00
Capitol board to be had in pleasant families.
R. T. MIS, ,
GEO. A. AI)ISON,
Jan 24 tf 2
Edgefield Collegiate Institute,
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
42 PUPILs IN ATTENDANCE LAST SEUshN.
T IIE next Session will commence on Monday
January 8th, 1855.
Tuition per Session, 14 weeks.
Primary Department................$7 00
Academical " ...........12-00
Collegiate . ............ 15 00
Music-Guitar or Piano..............18 00
Drawing and French, each..........10 00
Pupils using the Apparatus are charged -aach per
Pupils using the Piano for practice are charged
for a eeping them in tune per Session $1,00.
. All Pupils are charged fifty cents each for con
The Musical Department is furnished with FIVE
PIANOS, which are kept in excellent order, and
used constantly by the Pupils.
Vocal Music is taugh, daily without extra charge.
The Teachers will continue in their several De
partments the same as last Session.
CH AS. A. RAYMOND, PRINCIPAL.
Dec 27 tf 50
THE Trustees have cngaged the servicet or Mr.
. A M ES LESLY. of Abbeville Dist let, for
the Male Department, and Rev. W. ]I. 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. Cnais
TIE to the public as a very competent and energetie
Mr. LESLY is too well known in this and the ad
joining Districts to require a single introdueory re
mark from us. Il is well qualified to give entire
Rates of Tuition,
First Class, Primary Eepartment, per Sess'on $9,00
2nd " ordinary English branches,......12,00
nd " higher English branches....... .15,00
4th " Greek and Roman Literature with
higher Mathematics........ .18,00
Extras-Drawing, Painting, French and
Pupils are charged from the time of entering un
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The Schools will open on the first Monday in
Jnuary. being divided into two Sessions of five
37 Two large.buildings in addition to those al
ready near, will be ready to accomimodate boarders
by the first of January. -
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Aiken Sub-Collegiate Institute,
~a. WM. PIERCE, DEPARTMENT, A NCIENT LAN
R . 0. HI. TRIMMIER, " ENGLISH LITE
oNs J. HOLET, " MA-rEx-r:CS
AND CONTINENTAL ToscUE8.
00 BOYS may be accommodated with Board,
.1VJLodging, Washing, Lights, Stationary and
Tuition, at $100 per Session of five months, invairi
ably in advance.
A ikn, S. C., Jan. 17 ly 1
Elton Male Academy,
7 jMile lnorth of Edgefield C. HI.
W E take pleasure in announcing that this Insti
tution is in successful operation, under the
direction of Mr. WM. L.. DANIEL, a graduate
uf the South Carolina College.
The high standing and qua'lifications of Mr. D.
ombined with the healthtfuluness of the location,
present strong inducements to parents and guar
PEra SrssroN 0r FIVE MoYTns5.
First Class, Primary Department.........9,00
Second"4 Ordinary and higher English,..- 14,00
Third " Latin,, Greek, and Romnan Lite
rature, with higher Mathematics... 18 00
Pupils are chiarized from the time of entering
until the end of the Session.
Gooid Board can be obtained in the neighb~orhoaod,
i aluding washing, ke., from $8 to $9 per month.
D. R. STROTHER, 1
R. W. ADAMS,
0. W. A LLEN.
Jan 17 5t' 1 -
Betany Academy for 1855 !
T HIE Trustees of this Institution take pleasure
in aninouneing to the public, that they have en
gaged the services of Mr. GEO. GA LPIlIN for
the ensuing year. 1lis industry and ability need
no commendation at our hands.
The exercises of the Academy will commence on
ONDAY 15th January 1855.
Terms, rates of Tuition, &c., same as hitherto ;
but for particular information, address Mr. G AIIImN,
at Longmire's P. 0., S. C.
By order of the Board.
W. h AR RISON, Chair'n.
Nov 9 3m 43
Oak Grove Academy,
T he Trustees of this A cademy take much pleasum e
in informing the comnmunity and its former pat.
rins that it will be opened on the 2nd Manday in
Jnuary inst. under the charge of Miss C. E.
WEEKS in the A cademical Department, and Miss
F. l. D. 11EN DRICK,in the Musical Department.
Miss II EN WaICK has had charge of this A cademy
for the past year, and has given generat,satisfaction,
and Miss W'EV.K5 has had the eenduct of a school
in t~is vicinity during the year 1854, and we are
assured by those who patronized her school, that
she is well qualified to teach. To those who have
heard Miss H ENDRICK perform on the Piano it is
u~neessary to say anything in commendation of
her qialiictions in this Department.
We feel well assured that our school merits the
patronage of the community.
This school is situated in Edgefield District, with
in two miles of Kirkey'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 reasonahle.
The year is divided into two Sessions of 22 weeks
each. All the branches usiually taught in female
schools are taught in this Academy, vis: Englinih,
Frenh and Spanish Languages ; drawing and paint
ing, and two crayon drawing and music, instrumen
tal and vocal.
B. DEVORE, '
E. ANDRE WS,
S. STEPHENS, !Trustees.
J. H ARRIS~
S. STA LNAKER,) 5
Jan 3 2m* 5
Notice to all whom it may
1YNotes and A ccounts arc in the hands of W.
.W.A Adams, Esq., for collection, and all per
sons in anywise indebted to me, either by note or
account, arc notified that they will have until the
10th day of February next to-settle the name with
out costs. I cannot give longer indulgence.
* * W. B. GRIFFIN.
J... 24 3t 2
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax 0o6Iector
THOMAS B. REESE,
A. R. ABLE,
- THEOPHILUS DEAN,
M. B. WHITTLE,
THOS. G. BACON.
R. D. BRYAN.
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE.
Medicines and Chemicals!
T JE Undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Edgefield District, that he has just
opened in the Town of Hamburg, a WELL SE
LECT ED 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 Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS,
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &C.
In compounding %lldicines and supplying planta
tions, thc 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, Dee 4 3m 47
TUTT & PELLETIER'S
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 GENUINE.
-AMONG OUR ASSORTMENT WILL BE FOUND
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Dye Stuffs,
Perfumery, Essential Oils,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, SPICES,
BRUSHES AND SOAPS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Old Port Wine for M1edicinal 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 offered in this market.
11. R. TUTT, M. 1).
A. J. PELLETIER,
Next door to B. S. Dunbar's Corner.
Hamburg, Dee 18 3m 49
T HE Subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Edgefield Village and vicinity, that
he has taken the House formerly oceupied by Mrs.
R. Gray, opposite the Planters Hotel, for the pur
pose of carrying on the
CLOCK REPAIRING BUSINESS.
All work entrusted to his care will be attended to
with neatness and despatch. lle will also give his
attention to the REPAIRING OF FURNITURE.
e warrants satisfaction to nll, and solicits a liberal
Jan 10 tf 52
Paints, Oils and Glass,
Chuarlestonl, S. C.
H E Keeps constantly for sale, a general assort
ment or Paints and Oils of all kinds, Varnishes,
Window Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine. Spirit
as, Cotton Foot-Gin Fixturcs, Glue and Brushes
f various kinds.
Charleston, Sept 4 ly 34
LEXINGTON, S. C.
THIE Proprietor of "THE TELEGRA PT,"
1 would bee leave to lay the claims of thuis Paper
before the public. It is circulated throughout every
neighborhotod in Lexington, and all the surrounding
Districts; and is also taken in some ten or twelve
other States extensively. Being the Cheapest Paper
a the State-published at ONLY ONE DOLLA R
per year-it has attained to a very heavy subscrip
ton list, and which is daily on the increase. Me.lr
chants of Columbia and Charleston, woul.d find it
an advantageous medium through which to do their
advertising. Our terms are moderaitc.
Lexington C. H., Jan 24, 3t 2
HE Blackamith is still at his post near the foot
1of the hill, ready to do EVERY JOB com
mitted to his hands in the best style of the day. He
hopes to receive a liberal share of .public custom, as
he is prepared with the BEST OF MATERIA LS
from that best of Hardware Stores, "~ Robinson &
Jackso's." Rememiber Old Hamp !
"lIIe makes his sledge-hammer.
For to rise and to fall
A nd he strikes this,
And he strikes that,
And then he strikes all !"
HE Subscriber begs leave to add, to what has
been so well said above, that he is sole proprietor ofI
IA MPTON'S SilOP, and will endeavor to have
everything done up brown, or not at all.
gg PLOW WORK thankfully received and
promptly done at all times.
Jan 24, ly 2
Buggies, Carriages, &c.
T Hl E Subscriber now' offers for sale at greatly re
Iduced prices, u large number of fine and well
BUGGIES, R0CEAWAYS, CARRYAGEs, &c.
The Goods belong to the Estate of the late Frederick
Darrow, and are off'ered at a GR EAT BA RG AIN.
Persons in want of such articles will do well to
call and examine. S. T. A GN EW,
Adin'or of F. Darrow.
Neberry C. I., Jan 15, 6t 1
T HE Subscriber has for sale the PURE DE
VON CATTLE. from his own importation,
from Exeter, England.
For further information, a specimen of the Stock
can be seen and had of J. Ii. Sullivan, Esq., or Dr.
E. J. MR~ims, Edgefield C. HI., S. C.
At Orangeburg C. HI., refer to Dr. W. S. Rowe,
or Case, Hull & Co. C. N. CASE.
Iarinton, Coon.. Jan 10, 1855. '9t I
State of' South Carolina,
Lovet B. Tulley and wife Nancy,
Landon Tucker and others.
B Y Virtue of an Order of the Court in this
cause, I shall expose to sale at public outcry,
on the first Monday in March next, the following
real estate of Atticus Tucker, dee'd., viz:
One half of the Land known as the "Swift
Tract," after seventy one and a half acres have been
cut off and assigned to Landon Tucker.
The " Robertson Tract," except one hundred
acres to be out off and assigned to Savanab Hilt,
Whitfield Hilt and Tucker Hilt.
Also, the one fourteenth part of all the Lands of
the Jenning's & Co's Mining Company.
TEaMs --A credit of twelve months, except costs
to be paid in cash. Bonds with ample security,
required to secure tho purchase money.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
RICH D RY GOODS!1
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
G RAY R T ElR B T S,
BKG to inform the public, that their Fall pur
chases this season have been UNUSUALLY
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 necssrily 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 as
Elegant Morlantigue SILKS
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaide and figured;
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cents
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, French Muslin DeLaines, 12J
cents, worth 50 cents ;
French Merinos, very cheap;
Lupine' best Bombazine, exceedingly low;
Black Jamiese, a newamnd very desirable all-Wool
Goods for mourning;
Black Alpaccus 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
.ents a yard, wtorth 20 cents;
('alicoes and Ginghams, best styles, very cheap,
Domestic Goods of all kinds;
Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, and a great
rariety of other articles to which we would respect
uly invite the attention of the.public.
Autuata. Nov 14 tf 44
PALL AND WINTER GOODS!
A. R ANSOM, AFrNT for R. M. FUL
e L ER, Hamburg, S. C., has now on hand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Which he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that
annot fail to please; and would respectfully invite
he attention of his customers and all in want of
goods to an examination of his Stock, among which
vill be round
Rich Brocade SILKS,
Fiatred, Plain, Black, Gro de Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Marceline and Sarconett do
All wool DeLaines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 ets.
Solid Colored 'ersian DeLaines, various shades,
Ilighland Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Saque Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and American Gingliams, 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 Colsred 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,
Huckaback Towels and Towelings,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
Drab Morino, for Skirts- Narsales 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 Kentucky
Jeans, all qualities.
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 BI'd 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
o'rtmeut, with a great quantity of other Goods
uitable for the season.
gr Orders solicited and faithfully executed.
Hamburg, Nov 28 tf 46
J. SIBLEY & SON,
GROCERS AND COTTON
H AMBURG, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform
their old custtomers and the Planters generally
hat they arc still to be found at their Old Stand.
md are paying the IGilEST MARKET PRICE
ir Cotton and other Produce: and have in Store,
ud are daily receiving a MOST COMPLE TE assort
--AMONG wIKCHI MAY DE FOUND
20,000 Yds. Gunny and D~undee BA GGING,
200 Coils Hemp and Russian ROPE,
200 Bags COPPEE, Rio and Jlava.
200 Bbls. Superior and Refined SUGARS,
25 lihas. Muscovado and N. 0. do.
100 Bbls. MO LA SSES8,
3,000 Sacks SA LT,
25 B EDS TE ADS. sonme of then) Fancy,
25 Boxes superior CHEESE,
A splendid assortment of BLANKETS and
An assortment of Saddles and Bridles, Chairs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lanip and Tan
ners.Oil, Osnaburga, Stripes,
hirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually
iind in a Grocery Store.
WXTE take this means to inform our Customers
VTand the Planters gcnerally, that we are not
pnected with any other house, and only have one
;tore, which is the Brick Corner, formerly occu
ied by Josiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hamburg, Nov 28 tf 46
lentlemen, Fair Notice!
POSITIVELY THE LAST!
ALL Persons indebted to me by note or open
account, contracted previous to the first of
anuary 1854, may settle them with me at my
ounting Room any time hetween this and Wednes
lay the 8th day of February 1855, after that date
with my Attorn~ey. W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefield C. II., Dee 13 tf 48
ALL Persons indebted to me as Agent for John
i. Lyon. will please call and settle their accounts,
a I am obliged to close up the concern.
Also, those indebted to me on old Notes and
~Lecouts, must settle thenm, as it is impossible to do
musiness without money. B. C. BRYA N.
Jan 17 4t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
oel P. Ridgell & llen
Pauline his wife,
s Bill for Partition
Jacob William Pope, and Relief.
Franis 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
aw, at June term, A. D. 1854, all the creditors of
:he minors. Hellen Paulinie Ridgell, (formerly Pope)
acob William Pope, Francis M%. Pope and Jose
hine M. Pope, are ordered to appear before me, on
yr by the first Monday in May next, to prove and
stabish their denmands, or else they will be debarred
ill claims against the assets of the estate of the said
Minors. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Jan 10, 18515t .1
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted
Nto the late Firm of Williams &k Chistie, that
longer indulgence cannot and will not be given.
he busness of the Firm must be brought to a
speedy close, if payment is not made by the 10th
of February, 1 shall he foreed to the painful neces
sity of placing the claims in the hands of an A ttor
ney for collection. S. CHIRlSTlE.
*an 17 4t I
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
T HE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
TLRtnAdsoN & McDONNALD, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. All indebted will please
make pnyment to JouN C. hlcDouNALD, who is au
thorized to settle up the business of the Firm.
J. L. RICHARDSON,
J. C. McDONNALD.
Hamburg, November 9, 1854.
HAVING purchased Mr. RicnAansoN's interest
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.i
In the Town of Hamburg; and hdpes by keeping
constantly on hand a full and fashionable assortment
of Ready-Made Clothing, &c., to receive a'liberal
share of patronage. The Planters of Edgefield and
the adjoining Districts are specially invited to ex
amine my Stock before trading elsewhere.
JOHN C. bcDONNALD.
Hamburg. Nov 14 tf 44
To former Friends and Patrons,
S E. BOWERS, thankful for past patrin
e age, would beg leave to inform the public that
he is now receiving LARGE Consignments of
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all krticles usually kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent for two large Wholesale Confectioiaary
Houses, one in New York and the other in Augus
ta, he is prepared to fill all ordets for
]1A21!3= WUKI763 ago
At the shortest notice possible. -
As lie is acting as Agent only, he would .re
spectfully inform all that his business must be done
on the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELY ; for l.is low
rices and small commissions will not warrant ex
ension of time on Goods sold.
He is determined to sell Low, for Cashtq
nd -hopes to merit a share of the trade. Come one,
ome all, and examine hit Stock before purchasing,
-it is all he asks.
gW The business will be conducted under the
3ame and style of S. E. BowEas, Agent.
Hamburg, Nov. 1, tf 42
New Fall and Winter Goods!l
l'HE Subscriber is now receiving his FALL
17 and WINTER GOODS (at the Brick Store)
imong which may be found
Rich Satin, Plaid and Fancy SILKS, of the latest
Lud most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured. Plaid and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English MERINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MANTILLAS;
" Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
)ERSLEEVES and CIJEMIZETTES,
A variety of BONNETS and Bonnet RIBRONS
oots - and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNABURGS and FACTORY STRIPES,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
7'ogether with a large and well qel.-cted variety of
ther Goods, too numerous to mention.
W The public generally are respectfully solicite&
> call and examine the above mentioned Stock be
re purchasing elsewhere.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct 26 tf 41
ARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
. ringes of every description. They also keep
n hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
gg- All orders promptly att'nded to, and Re.
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf 1 -
jIHE Subscriber takes this opportunity of inform
Ling his friends, that lie has removed to the
~EW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store of B.
. Bryan. where he has just opened a LARGE
ARIETY of new articles in his various branches
if Trade. Hie intends keepng in the
Drug and Medicine Department,
a full supply of every article that is in common
ise by the Profession, which will be constantly an
Ir the inspection of Dra. Bland. Abn.-y, Mtims and
lurt ; and if an article is reported to be impure it
ill not be offered for sale. Dr. M. W. Ahbney has
aken atn Ofllic in the sece'md Story of the building,
tnd will give me the benefit of his experience in
ompounding Medicines and preparing prescrip
ions, and having beeun six years engaged in the bu
inss, I flatter myself, with these amople. arrange
aents, I shall receiv'e a I.beral abnre~ of the patron
ige of Physicians, families, and the public ge'nerally.
In the Grocery Department
CVERY THING will be kept that i-s usually found
a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the
)epartment of Books, Stationary, &c.,
IVill be fo.und a full supply of Standard School
looks, Bibles, Hlymn Books, Fools Cap. Letter and
~ote Paper, with almost every article in this line
cill be kept constantly fo.r sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
lay always be found a mauchi larger assortment of
~andies, Fruits, Pickles. Ketchups. Sauces, &e ,
han has ever been offered fur sale itt this place. In
ruth, this is to be a Store of good things, and it is
toped will be considered a great convenience, and
ierefore be largely patronized.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dec 20 tf 49
OST on Saturday the 23d ult., my POCKET
00OK, containing three One Ilundred Dol
r Bills, and four Fifty Dollar Bills, with my name
~ritten on thae back of one of the One Ilundred
)ollar Bills. A reward of $25 will be given upon
eli very of said Pocket Book and cantents, or any
aformationi concerning it will be thankfully ree ived.
M. A. PA DGET1'.
Jann3 tf 51
sTATIE OF SOUT'H CA ROLINA,
Alex. Gregory and others
IT appearing to my satisfaction that John Grego
ry, Easter Rankin, Shiadrach Dees and wife Ce
s, and James Rankin and wife Harriet, Defendatifs
t this case, reside without the limtits of this. Stats
't is therefore ordered, that they do appear and
,bject to the division or sale of the real E.tate of
sarah Gregory, dee'd., on or before the firi-t day of
pril next, 1855. or their consent to ite sanme will
e entered on record. H .W Ih,~ .~
Ordinary's Offce, Dec 18 3m 50
To All Iunterested,
THE subscriber returns his th:anks to those,
whi have alwaays paid him promptly there
ofore, and hopes th~ey will continue to do so. If Iho
a complled to sue the balance that ciwe h:m, it will
o done with reluet-ence after the liberal patronage
testowed upon him. but his debts ust be paid.
Also, all Persona indebted to Clark & Tilleteon,
it Harrisburg S. C., are notified that more than a
fear has elapsed since tho firm was dissolved by
limitation ; and their debts aro past due, and mnust
a ettld OHN Mi CL ARKE.
SCold Springs, S. C.,Jan. 8, 1855 - 6t 52.
Myanufactured Tobacco !
JUST Received direct from the Factory, Thirty
Boxes CHEWING TO-BA CCO, comprising
Four Choice Brands, viz: Honey Dew, Orunoco,
Extra and Prenmium. For sale by the Box, .or at
retail at LOW PRICES. -Don't fail to calil and
sample before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, AeanT.
Oct 26 tf 41.
* Look Out,"
A LL Persons indebted to the late Firm of SAL~
t.& LARK, of H amburg, either by .note or act
ount, arc earnestly requested to come forward aird
settle the same, with W. W. Suale, on or before the
10th February next. Those who fadl to .profit by
this notice, will most assuredly be compelled to pay
ost. Take heed gentlemen, for we again warn
you that this is positivelj? the last call..
SALE & LARK.
H-aburg T....1 5 4t 1