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7 A IAl. OF THE CANADA,
HALIFAX, FelY. 17.
viie-A rival of te Steamslip Cianada, from
I.iverpool, just in, we have Liverpool dates Up
to the day of sailing, 2d February.
Cotton had advanced one eighth of a penny,
with sales during the week amonotiig to 85.000
bales. The snies on the day previous. Friday,
amounted to 12,000 bales at the following quo
Orleans, middling..-- .- .5 13-16
Upla-nd Middling.......--.....5 11-16
An ui~ve specuiltive and export demand gov.
erned the m:frket.
'I he prospects for peace were favorable.
-Consols had reached ninety and a quarter to
ninety :%td three eighths.
No tidings of the Pacific yet.
POITteS OF NEW HlAMPsHItE.-Mr. Orr, of
South Carolina. Mr. Cobb, of Georgia, and Mr.
Weller. of California, addressed a mass meeting
of the Denocracy of New- Hampshire at Con
cord on Thursday LasL Mr. Weller condemned
Know-Nothingisur very strongly. Mr. Orr de.
funded the South agaitst the charge of nore
Rion ispaon tihe rights of the North ; and, in turn,
tharged the North with continually infringing
upon the donstitutJonal rights of the South.'He
defendevd the'comproinise measures and the Ne
traska bill. Mr. Cobb, iccording to the report of
tle Iluston Post," expre.&ed his pleasant feel.
lngs at meeting a New England audience for the
first time, and said that if the people of the
different -parts of the Union understood each'
other better many of the evils which now arise
from misconception would be abated and the
spirit of sectionalism be lessened. The great
principle of the Revolution, which had been and
should now be the animuating principle of the
American Republic, was self-government. The
doctrine of non.interference between the States
in the matter of slavery was ably presented ati
lengtlh by the Speaker as essential to the pre.
servation and harmony of the Union, and the
errors of Know Nothingism were fully exposed.
SLAvF EMANsCIPATION CAsE.-At New Orleans
last week, a lady who owns twenty slaves and says
that she feels desirous of emancipating, applied
to the First District Court for perinission to set
thein free, and allow them to renmain in the State.
The jury in the ease could not agree. tIhus virtu.
ally refusing to comply with the petition. 'The
idea of the jurors was that there was too much
of that sort of population now, and that they
should be removed out of the State.
STroNG IcE.-One of the heavy Cincinnati
stean fire engines was taken over the Mississip
pi river on the ice at St. Louis on the 21st uIt.
A bold teamster of the city, named Meyer un
dertook, fur $100, to haul it across with a team
of five horses. He gave a bond of $8,000 to
deliver, it safely at the warehouse of Lyon.
Sivrob, and Co., in St. Louis, and accomplished
A skating society, composed of young people
of b'! sexes, belonging to the first families of
Spain, has be-en formed at Madrid. The fair
members of- tis society have adopted a very pie.
turesque costume for the occasion, 'onsisting of
a Polish pelisse, trimined with a rich braid; a
short kerseymere petticoat. plaid trowsers, small
beaver lhat, with a plume of fearthers, and color
ed morocco boots.
Fr SAtARIres.-The Cincinnati Gazette say's
theo five leading otfices in liamniltorn county-the
counly in which thart city is locatted--yield th~ej
following profits: Treasurer, $40.000; Clerk,
$25.00; Auditor; .518,000: Sherifly $20,000;
P'robate Judge, $15,000. Total, $118,000. A
bill ha~s been introduced into the Ohio Legisla.
ture, reducing all the salaries to an average of
H Y ME N1IAL.
Mlx arRIE, in IHarnburg, on the 13t1 inst., Airs.
C. A Gnrt and Mr. Joens C. M.is.a both or that
MlARRIED, in tids Vilhige, at th~e residence of Mr.
.Johnm Lyon, on thre 14hth inst.. hv R1ev. E. L~. What
Iey, Dr. G. C. CUNN:XSGIIAM and Mies. CA ROU.SE
Ga.rr, both of IIamrburg.
AItnR:ED, on the 1thi inst., at 11:e residence oft
Mrs. M. E. Tfillman, by T. G. lhecon, Esq., Ma. hR.
L'. flolloway and 3lrss. MAnY E. Lvos, daughter
of air. Johnr Lyon, of this Village.
3aae;on 12th inst., by M~. M. Padgett, Esq.,
B. F. Sau-rn, Esq.,and iss PEa:E.A CA-rnAr.INE,
third daughter of Jacob Lagronine, all of this lIis-I
Nasain i, on the 1.3th inst., by the Rev. Thomas
S. Danie!, CMrr?. W~II.r.I ay, of A bh~eille Dis
tri, to iss Hvt~.o~mn COLEMAMa, elest daughter
of Rev. J. WV. Coleman of FKdgetield District.
Dec'ieious cake was that well-considered p'rintcr's
fee.-Eo. A nv.
MAann.:ts, at Uiggin's Feron thme 3d inst.. by3
Re~v. I,'. liuah, Rev. .Jons A. Mrsacx, of the S. C.
Couference, to Mrss sAnant .JANs S3:nrr:, of this
OB IT UAR Y.
DEP~i-rED this life in a very unexpetedl manner.
en the 13th inst., Mr. JOllN SElfiLER, in the
324 year of his age.
Thme deceased left home in rood health on the
mornuing previous to his death in a buegy with a'
brother- in-law, for Edgefield ViIlage, and on their
return, while near theVillage, their horse becnamer
frighteued and ran,-the deceased junmpled from
the~bugg~y, and wa in)stantly killed.
The deceased was jumstly esteemed for his sobrie
ty o.f life : retir'n.: in his manner he never sought
public attention or appluse, but tmost industriously
appliedl himself to his farmning interests. lIeI hadl
breen baptrised about IS monrths as a mnemtber oif the
Bapitist Church at Riehoboth. .l[is wholte life had
been ma:rked with such upright deportmernt thart thme
Church expected mneh from his usefulness. 11nt at
an unexpected monmuent lhe is taken away, and the
dear wife of Ihis bosom and two smnall chi Idr.-n, f,
whomn it was his ph-asure to live, have to nmour
their loss, which is Iris eternal gain. -
May it be a wvarning to those who survive himI
that they may be also readly, "for- at such an hour
as ye think not the sorn of nmn comneth."' B.
ITA~stacaG, F~eb. 1S.
Cor-ros-1 uring thne first three or four days ef
last week, our Cotton marset was quite activec, ande
considerable Cotton was sold at prices rnin~ rg from
9i4 to 10) cents ;but for the last two or three days
we have been waiting thre arival of thre Steamuer's
a~lvices, and consequently the' Market is dull.
Groceries are high withr a tendlency upmwardts. I
gr We are authorized to- annuounce LEWIS
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-eleetion for'
Sherifferf Edgetield District.
||7 Tir Friends of Mr. ROB~ERT D. BR YAN
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk
or Edgefietd District at the next election.
EdgdficId & Cheathami Plank
ITAVING dispensed withr thre Toll Gate at Mrs.
J. Lirunuson's, all pceron who have been andi
areP now~ using the Road above the present Gate cann
have the privilege until thre 2n1th March next to
compromise with nre for parst use, arnd of mariking
yearly contracts for the fuitur" use of thne Rorad.
ft will hbe to the irnterest of all concerned tom at -
tend to this niotic, without compellinrg rie to' resort!
to othuer proceedings which I shall do arter the time
abiove ep< eilled. S. CHI lISTIE, Preidenmt.
eb 20: 5t 6
New State Ilouse.
WVANTEPD. 100 prime NEG' ROES, to work at
tire Quarries, oir on thre State lfnou'e pre
mirses. Thre terms of hlrinrt arc by the day. at the
rate or eighteen' dullars per moth. Th~e owner to
feed, elothte and hiouse his nregri'. A p'ply at thme
Edgefield Collegiate Institut
FOR YOUNG LADIESIl
FORT-ONE PUPILS HAVE ENTERED SINCE JA
'T l IE piesent Session will be half completed
the 3d of March. Pupils entering at that tir
will be charged for but half a Session until t
22d April. Thoe who have'pupils to enter for f
Spring and Summer will therefore do well to ent
them on the 1st Monday in March.
CHAS. A. RAYMOND, Pnx.
Feb 20 St 6
Beautiful Residence for Sale
TIlE Subscriber desiring to r
move to another portion of I
District, offers for sale his VA:
UA BLE PLANTATION, on the Columbia Roo
four and a half miles from Edgefield Court Hou
This excellent Tract of Land contains
Four Huisdred and Nine Acres,
'More or less, Seventy-five acres of which have jt
been cleared, and now in a good state of culti,
tion. The remainder is fine woodland, well tit
liered, and equal if not superior to any lands in t
The place is a healthy one, with many faciliti
for obtaining abundance of water. On 'ihe preni,
is a large Dwelling Ibouse, just finished, and
necessary outbuildings built recently.
0- Persons dvsirous of purchasing are invited
call on the Subscriber, at his residence, and see I
themselves. A. J. SMlYLEY.
Feb 20 tf 6
These are Facts and no Mit
I UAVE just received some of the bdst Ota
Dupuy & Co. BRANDY ever offered. in -ti
market. Also, one Cask of OLD PEACH BRA)
DY, from Guintt County, Georgia, warranted t
pure article in every particular. Also, Ilighla
Malt WillSKEY,-the pure Scotch.
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Hamburg. Feb 18, tf 7
A FINE supply of'Planting and Eating POT.
t TOES, No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel in half a
whole Barrels, Fine Family Fluur, Extra Gosh
Cherse, Goshen Ilutter, Raisins, Pickles, &c., wi
every other article usually kept in a similar coucej
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
Iluinburg, Feb 18 tf 6
N the 19th January, my POINTER PUPI
0 disappeared frum my pren-ises, two miles fr<
Edgefield C. i. I have been informed lie A
carried off by a Mr. Howard. The last I heard
hin., was at or near Liberty Hill. Said Puppy
seven or eight months old. 1His color is white w
liver-culored ears, a 'arge liver spot on his left si
and shoulder, and a liver spot on his rump. lie I
also a number of small spots on each of his fc
legs. The above is a description of the dog,
well as remembered.
Any information relative to his whereabouts i
be thankfully received, and any trouble lie may ea
in keeping him for me or returning him to me will
generiusly rewarded. J. B. GRIFFIN.
Feb 20 2t t6
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
h s. Foreign Atitachmen
Morgan M. Grubbs. . .
r llE Plaintitf in the above stated case havi:
h... i day filed his Declaration in nmy Oflii
and the D)elendant havitig neither wife nor At<
ney, known to reside within the limits of this Sti
on whomi copies ot said Decclaration with rules
plead1 can be served1, On motion of Morague, Plim
tiff's Attorney, Ordered that said Defendant
pear and pleatd to said D~eclaration within a yi
and a day fromn the date hiereof, or final anid abi
lute judgment will be given against him.
T1iJ 10. G. BA CON, e.c En
Feb 141, IF5ti. _7 ly _____
State of Souuth Carolina.
IN ORDIN ARY.
B Y W. F. DtiUSOE-, Esquire, Ordinary of Ed1
Whe~reas, Martha ID. Siegler and WV. K.' Siegl
have n pplied to me for Lettersof Administration, oi
and sinuguilar rte goods anid chtattels rights and cese
uf .lhn Siegler, late of the District aforesaid, decea
These are, ttherefore, to cite and tadmonish all ai
singur, the kindred atnd creditors of the said decer
ed, to be and appear before me, at outrnext Onlinary
Court for thme said Distriet, to he holden at Edgedle
C. 11., (in thme 10th day of March next, to shi
cause, if any, why the said Admiinistration shouldr
Given uder my hmandl and seal, this 19th day
Feruary in the year of our Lurdt one thtousantd eig
hiundredl andl tifty-six andt in the eightieth year
W. F. DU'RISOE, 0. E. D.
Feb. 19 2
State of South Car'olina.
P~Y WV. F. DUISOE, Esqure, Ordinary of Ed1
Whiereasa. Pleasant D. Trmond hath applied to l
for Letters of Administration on all and uimgulart
goods atid chattles, rights ned eredits of William
TIhurmmnmd, late of thme District aforesaid, deceased.
Th'lese are, therefore, to cite and adiminish all al
singular. the kindlred anid creditors of said decese
to be and appear before me, tat our next Ordinar)
Curt for die said District to he holdent at Edgefic
C. H. on the 5th dlay of March next, to show caus
if any, why the said Administration should not
Given under my hand andI seal, this 19th day
February ina the year of our Lord one thousand eig
hundred andI fifty-six and in the Eightieth year
WV. F. DUISOE, 0. E. D.
Feb 19 2t
A LL Persons concerned will take notice thai
have appoimnted Dr. James A. D)evore al
Robert Atkins niy Agents and Attorneys to repi
senit moe iti the collection of the debts dune to
Estate of .Jlhn Daby, dee'd., and in all other duti
devolvig upon me as adriinistrator of said decese
MA TILD A DOBY, Adm'or.
Feb 11Itf .8
AGOOD) hog skin SADDLE-padded on sk
in front atnd also on back of the seat-wi
ihhtek spring stirrups, adred girt. Atiy informr
tiiti oncnerning said Saddlle will be thankfullyr
eived. Ajiply at this oflice.
Fjbj 19 tf 0l
JST ripened a FIIESIH SUPPLY of Ladi
UGentit, Youth's and Children's Shoes. to si
the season. The Stock comprises a fine variety.
R. H. SULLIVAN.
Feh13 tf 5
Brushes, Brushes !
I N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Gra
ing Blenders, Tannters, Whitewash, Crun
D~ustinig and Ilair Brushes and Comtbs-Fle
I trushes and l lair Gloves-Nail, Tooth and Shavia
lBrushes, &c. For sale by
A. G. & T. J1. T EAGUE, Druggists.
May 2 3 *tf 19
W TE request all pesns itndebited to the Esti
YoJ Jacob It. Smnith, to come forward byt
10th of February, andt make some arrangement wi
us in order to save costs.
BENJA MIN WA LDO, ~Exceo
GEO. A. ADD1S0N. X
Feb. 4, l856. 3: 4
A LL Persons having demands against the Est:
of Wmn. II. Adams, dee'd., are hereby notifi
to presetit the same, properly attestedl, for payme
atd those whoi are indebted to tihe Estate, are
quested to make payment to
E. PENN. Adm'or.
.Jan 24 tf
A LL those indebi~ted to the Estate of JT. E. Fri
Aman will 1mease come fisrward and pary
immediately ;arid t hotec havitig-demtandls against t
Estatc will present, them piropmerly attested.
.. II. J ENNINGS, Ad'
J1. W. FRE E.\AN,
Feb 4, tf '
TWO\ C SH[O)E MA KEII
A Boy absout 12 yeare old.
Emlgch.!d,. II.I MIMS.
e Halcyan Grove Female
Tf IR ETrustees take pleasure in announeing that
T. .the exercises of the above Institution were open
ed on the Second Monday in February inst., under
m the direction of Miss BETTIE P. GRIFFIN. Hay
lie ing taught as an Assistant in the Newberry Female
Ie Academy, both in the Primary and Collegiate De
.r partmcmots. to the entire ,attisfaCetion of both the Prin
cipal and Trustees, we with confidence recommend
her (a Southern lady by birth and education,) as
worthy the support of agenerous public.
- We invite attention to the Certificates of Chan.
Jon .JoiisToit and Prof. DuPsir below.
The School will be taught Ten Months, divided
e- in two Sessions of Five Months each.
he Rates of Tuition per Session.
Spelling, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. $6 00
The above, with Geography, Grammar and
e- History.......................... 8 00
The above, with Algebra, Geometry, Chem
istry and Botany, Natural Philosophy,
st Rhetoricand Logic................. 10 00
'- The above with Astronomy, Moral Philoso
n- phy, Evidences of Christianity, Political
lie Economy, Mineralogy, Geology, Zoology
and Trigonometry....................15 00
es IrrBoarding can be had in respectable families
es at $8 per month, including. washing, lights, &e.
all P. S. BROOKS,
Z. W. CARWILE.
to R. C. GRIFFIN. .C
ur Feb 18, 1856.
CIAaLEsToN, Jan 19, 1856.
COL. R. 0. GittriN,-Dear Sir: I have under
stood that your daughter. Miss BE-rrrs P. GR:FFIN,
is about to undertake aSehool in Edgefield District.
d, Under thes'eeircumitances some testimunial from
tis me, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the
J- Newberry Female Academy, where she was under
he instruction, may be of service to her.
ad When I knew her, she was under the instruction
of Mr. DuPas. and 1 witnessed one of her exami
nations, in which she exhibited, at once, very un
common ability and proficiency in her studies,
which were in the most advanced stages and ehis
ses of the School. I also know that her reputation
- for capacity and scholarship was quite eminent-at
ad the head (with her sister) of the whole School.
n She is a young lady of exceeding ability.
th ; Hoping this humble testimonial may be of sonic
n. use to her, in the opening of her career as an in
struetess, I am, dear sIr, yours, &c.
WoFFoRD COLLEGE, Jan 25, 1856.
y This is to certify that Miss ELIZAETH P. GaiF
Im YiN was a member of the Newberry Female Acade
'as my from 1850 to July 1854; and prosecuted a
cf course of study as thorough and extensive as is
Is prescribed by our Female Seminaries of the highest
th grade. For several months she assisted me in both
de I the Primary and Collegiate Departments of that
as Institution, to the entire satisfaction of teachers and
as From the high stand which she always took and
ninintained in her Classes and from her more than
il ordinary mental endowments, stability of character
se and correct moral principles, I can cheerfully re
bI commend her to the patrons of education, as one
well qualified to undertake the mental an- moral
training of the young. WARREN DU PRE,
Former Prin of Newberry Female Academy.
Feb 20 4t 6
Cambridge Female School,
. F. Exercises of this School were resumed on
T the first Monday in February inst., under the
direction of the accomplished young lady, Miss
ANNIE C. GOTT. She will instruct in all the
ebranches of English and French, Drawing, Paint
te ing and Music. The School will be taughitTetn months,
'to divided into two Session.
- Rates of Tnitionl by the Year.
'P- Spelling and Reading first Sessions in Geo.-raphmy
'ar and! Arithmetie.....................812 0t0
0The above with Geography, Arithmetic,
Grammar and lhistory.............. 111 (tO
A nd all the hticher branches of English. 20 (t0
-Music on the Piano...................30 0(0
French. Dra~wing,'&e:, each........ .... 5 o
Good board can be had in respietable families at
$8 pe month. A. P. POOL, ...
WMI. CA RTER, ~ 2
- J. W. CIIILD, Sr. -"'
Negroes for Bale,
d jY Consent of parties I will sell at public outcry
.IJtEdgtield C. 11., on sale day in Marel.
'snext, thme following Negro Slaves, viz: Decnnis and
'Id 'his wife A nun and her children Lee, Peter, Ples,
wArthur, Patrick and handy, and Lewis, Phil and
o Tsauus-Purchmasers to give notes with approved
li sureties, payable on or before 1st of January 1857,
of with interest from date.
I S. B. GRIFFIN, AGEN-T.
Feb 13 3t 5
- Notice to Contractors,
i E ALEI) Proposals for renmuving the Shingled
R)Xoof of the Court lin'u-:e amnd putting a new
Ione of the BEST WELSII SLATE, 16 x 8, will
e-be received by the Commissioners of Pubiie Build
ings at their office at Edgefield C. H., until Satur
"eday the 5th of April next. The Roof contains 4,300
. square feet, more or less. LOD IIILL,
Clerk and Treasurer.
d Feb 13 71 5
:d The Chiarleston Mercury and Augusta Coni
5stitutionalistt will ech copy tri-weekly until the 1st
IA pril, and forward accounuts to thme Treasurer.
hjJ)Y order of HI. T. Wright, I shall proceed to
of 1)sell on Thursday the 2lst Februnif at the
late residence of John Doby, dee-d., on thme Five
Notch Road leading to Hamburg, all the per: onal
_property of the said deceased, consisting of
About Fifty Negroes,
Eleven head of Horses and Mules, a Large Stock
dor Cattle, Stock Hogs, a lot of Sheep, one Road
d Waggon, one Cart, one Buggy amid harness, large
lot of Corn, Fodder, Peas, Potatoes, Bacon, Lard,
eCotton Seed, the deceased's interest in a Thrasher,
a set of Blacksmith Tools, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, and other articles not necessary to enu
- TEaxs-On a credit until the 25th Dcemnber
next, except as to sums of Ten Dollars and under
rt whlich miust be paid in cenli. Purchasers giving
th their notes wvith two approved securities-failing to
a- comply with the termls, the property to be resold at
'e- the risk of the first plurchaser.
MATILDA DOBY, Ad'ix.
N. B.-The Nobie's Tract of Land, containing
~ three hundred and forty acres, will be rented at the
same time and place, for the present year.
s, Feb6 3 4
B Y Virtue of Sundry writs of Fi. Fa., to mecdi
-rected, I shall proceed to sell on the first
Monday and Tuesday in March next, at Edge
field C. HI., the following property, in the follow
'- ing eases, viz:
b, Garman3 & Williams vs Thomas L. Fowvler. sur
h 'iving Copartner, One House and Lot in the Town
ag of 11amburg, No. 136, bounded West by Centre
Street, South by lot belontting to Dr. Campbtil,
levied on as the property of Fowler & Wright.
-George A. McKie vs James M. Harrison, A d
'ministrator of John Harrison, dee'd.; Other Plain
ti s vs The Same, The Tract of Land where Stan
te m nore B. Grniflin lives, containing Two Hundred anid
he Sixty-nine acres, nuore or less, adjoining lands uf
th Jamiies B. Griffin, Benj. Bettis and others.
Arthur Dozier vs. Ivy Sadler; The Same vs The
Same; Halfacre and Houseal vs. The Same ;Clark
- Martin vs. The Same; Other Plaintiffs, vs The Same,
Seven Negro Slaves to wit, Green, Eliza, Lewis,
- Charles, George, Harriet. and Sarah.
LEWIS JONES, s.a.n.
Feb 7 3te 5
tte . _ _ . ...... _ - -.- -
ed SherIffus Sale.
e-STAT E OF SOUT H CA ROLINA,
Lewis Robertson, )
n Sum. in P'ar.
Polly Chapman and others.
- Yvirtue of an order from hi. T. Wright, ordi
up > 1. nary oif Edgelield District, in the above stated
le case, I shall proceed to sell on the first Mondamy in
March'- next at Edgelield Court House, the iteal
Estite of~ Jlames Morris, dee'd., situated in the Dis
rs Itrit arforesaid, on thie waters of Rocky Creek. ad
joininig hinds of Jefferson Sturkey, Winm. B. Porn
- and others, containing one hundred and fifty acres,
more or less.
Teans-A credit of twelve months. purchasers
giving bond with two good seburities andn a mortgago
of the premises to the orditnry to secure the pur
cbase nioncy. Costs to he piaid in cash.
L EW IS JONES, s. it. a.
HARVLEY & JAYS, C
HAMBURG, S. C.
NEW [FAMOLY 0GRODERY I
NEARLY OPPOSITE TH9 AMERICAN HOTEL.
THE Subscribers having entered
into a Co-Partnership for trie tran
snetion, or a
GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS'li"
Solicits the patronage of their friends and the public I
generally. Having earefully selected a CHOICE 0
STOCK OF GOODS, and at loa prices. we are
prepared and determined to sell as low as Goods of e,
the same quality can be bought in this or the Au
Our Stock comprises nearly every article tAually
kept in similar establishments. We purchased our
Goods for Cash, and can afford to sell at VERY r
Our Stock consists In part of
SUGARS, COFFEE, N, 0. AND W. I. MOLASSES, F
Bacon, Lard, Flour,
Candies, Raisins and Nuts, of all descriptions,
TOBACCO & SEGARS, b
Pickles, Pepper, Allspice, Blue Stone, Coperas,
A good assortment of Liquors,
Also, a fine lot of Crockery and Glass Ware, Tin
and Wooden Ware, &c., &c.
JOHN B. IIARYLEY,
JOHN A. MAYS.
Uamburg, Nov 20, 6m 45 fi
AUGUSTA SADDLE AND HARNESS
WE have on hand a LARGE and SPLEN
DI) Stock of
Saddles, Bridles, Harness. Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bag, &c.,
Of our own manulaeturing, which we are oll'ering
LOW. Our Stock has the repuLation of being su
perior in every respect to any Northern article sold a
in this Market.
0j' Persons buying Buggies or Vehicles of any ,
kind in our City cnn save money by calling and
examining our Stock of H A RN ESS.
We warrnlit our work. All Harness made by -
us has our name on it.
ig Give us a call under the Augusta hotel.
BATCH & BEGBIE. r
A ugusta, Feb 13 Im 5
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c, s
D RS. A.G. & T.J..TEAG UE,respect
fully inform their friends and patrons that (
they have just received their FRESH Stock of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c. a
A nd will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor a
them with their patronage.
Space will not allow us to give a Catalogue in this
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines. &c. Suf
fie it to say, we have the F UL L E STand
MOST COMPL ETE Stock ever
offered in this place.
Edgefield C. II., May 23 tf 19
Imported Garden Seed,
A LARGE and seleet assortment of the best
.A. varieties of ENGLISH GARDEN SEED,
embracing Early Cabbage, Late do., Onion Setts
(White and Red,) Beans, Peas, &c., &c. Also,
some six or seven kinds Early Corn, warranted I
Those in want of a reliable variety of Garden
Seed for Spring use will do well to call and pur
chase. W M. HIA INES,
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Jan 23 4t 2
Of the Tin M~anufactury,
NEA R IDa. Rl. T. Ml MS' T AN Y A RID!
r 311 Subscriber would respectfully inform the -
cLitizens ofr Edgehield nnid the surrounding Dis
trits, th~at he hats remoived to his residence, wchereI
he' hias'recently erceted a large and commodious
Shop, and is now prepared to carry on the
IN A LL ITS BR ANCH ES, such as Mlanufactu
ring Tin Ware fur Merchants, ROOFING, GUT- I
TKRJNG, and all manner of JOB WORK.
Always on hand a genieral assortment of
TIN AND JAPAN WARE !
ll7 Merchamts supplied att shortest notice and on
the most reasonable terms. Orders solicited.
C. L. RlEFO.
Oct 3 tf 37 e
$10i000 Wanted for 1856,
r'llE Snib-criber wishing to restrict his business
ex.clusively to the CAShl SYSTEM, takes
tils opporlnity to inifornm his parn that lhe will
openi no Books Iir neounts this year. it is useless
to enlarge as to the advantaiges, both to buyer andl
seller of this system. All niekniowle~dge it to be the
Intending to keep a good supply of articles in thu
variius branches of my business, I respectfully so- P
licit a continuance of the liberal patronage so long
exteded. Come on now with your small change,
and let us try it ono year, and see how it works. tl
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Jan 1, 1855. tf 51 F
Carpenter's Sheet -System
O F Cutting Ladies' D)resses and Gentlemen's ;
Coats aind Sneks,-nlso, Vests, Pantaloons and r
Gaiters, togethecr willh Youths, Boys anid Girls
Garments of all kinds andl styles, will be taught to
Ladies and Gentlemen by a
Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
So as to learn thenm to cut with EASE and SKILL
any of the above nmentionedl Garmients.
The Copyright of this State has been assigned to
G EO. S. hMeN EiL. & Co., of this plInce.
Persons wishing to ar ail themselves of this Sys
tem or wanting intihrmnation will enll or leave their
orders at Mrs. McNErr~s .\lihner Establishment.
GEO. S. McNEIL & CO.
Edgefield C. TI., Maay 30 ly 20 tl
Heavy Cotton Osnaburgs.
WIL LIAY SIIEA R,A ugusta.Ga., has
Von hanad, H eavy Cotton OSN ABURIGS, ~
which will lbe sold low for cash, by the piece or bale,
atnda to which lie respectfully invites the attention of e
Planters and Country Melrchaints.
Fe.b. 4. tf 4 "
A LL~ Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. Rl. -
-B. Uouknight, dee'd., are earnaesly requested
to make imm~ediate palymentt. All persons having
demands against the estate, will present them pro
JOIIN TIUIET, Ad'ors
MA RY BOUKNIGIIT.
Dec 19 ly _______d9
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Nathaniel
t1Curley, dceasedl, are requested to miake pay. 1I
ment without further delay, and those having do- 1
mads against said estate, will retider them in pro- d
pa ly attested. . t
BURDITT COR LEY, A dm'r. a
Feb. 6. 3t 4
A L Peson mdbte totheEstate of danes
Stevnsdeed.,arerequested to settle up
promptly, and those having demiands sre hereby
no~tiied to render themi iu by the first of Msrch, or
thy will be rejected. W. L. STEVENS, Ex'or.
Fe 4t 4
Adminlistrator's Notice. Ih
T1 H E Distributees of the Estate of .John Schtum
U.pert, deceased, are hereby notified that there
will lie a final settlement made, on said estate, on
. onday, the 17th dity of March next, in the Ordi- C
nary's 'Office, at Edlgefield Court Ihouse, atnd all the 9
Iistributes of maid estate arc reqnested to attend at ti
the time and pliee aforesaid. Andi all persons hay- Ih
ig demiands aigainst said estate are requested to
htnd them in to the subecriber at the time iiid plnce I
JE ISSE SCIIUMPERT, A dm'r. a
Feb. I', 1856. 6 4
Estray Notice. -
r 'OFAAED befo're nic by W. F. Kenriek on the 9th
1inst., one Stray Ilorse, appraised at seventy
five dollars. 110 is a dark brown bay, five feet high, -
nine ventrs of ige, wvithi a small white spot in the
face, r-ight hind foot white, a blemisht in the right _
ee tIhnt maikes it narly blind, shod all round and
in good order. Said horse is in possession of WV. I
F. Kenriick, nine miles from Ilambiurg, on the
IPatk ilhaad. BENJ. BA IRD, M.E.D. .
iJ. am 4.tm 1
ASH DRY GOODS BUSINESS.
ILL commence a Cash Dry Goods Business,
on and after the bit of February next, and
ill keep a WELL SELECTED Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLES,
dapted to the Southern Trade, which he will sell at
ices to make it the interest of purchasers to buy
r Cash. It requires no argument to prove that
oods can be sold cheaper for Cash than they can
I the usual credit terms.
The public are respectfully requested to call and
amine the assortmenL
Augusta, Jan 30 1f 3
DISS O L U TION.
H'IE Co-Partnership heretofore existing under
the Firm of BEWLEY & SMITH, was di-9
lved this day by mutual consent. Either of the
artners will use the name of the Firm in liquida
Dn. The Notes and Accounts will be kept at the
tore of W. C. BEWLETV, (as occupied by us.)
We particularly request our friends and custo
ers to call and settle up their open Accounts either
y Cash or Notes. WM. C. BEWLEY,
WM. S. SMITH.
Hamburg, Feb 19, 1856.
A. A V .4 L 3.
I will continue the business in all
its branches at the old Stand of
4WLET & SMITH, and will be pleased to have my
iends and old customers call on me. I will keep
ntantly on hand a well selected Stock of
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, kc., kc.
will also continue to pa- the highest market prices
r Cotton, Bacon, Lard and other produce.
WM. C. BIEWLEY.
Hamburg, Feb 9, 1856.
Q9A, ZR UD WS@ QPQ12
I TAKE this method of returning my sincere
thanks to my friends and customers for their
beral patronage to the Firm of BFwLrir & SIT,
d solicit i continuance of the same to M1r. W. C.
EWLEY, at whose Store I will be found for
mno time to come. WM. S. SMITH.
Hamburg. Feb 9,1856. 3t 5
W Independent Press will copy 3 times.
HE Undersigned have formed a Co-partner
ship in business, under the firm of SIBLEY
USHER, at the old and well known stand of
IeRLE & Sox, Corner of Market and Centre Streets,
Iamburg, for the transaction of a general
rocery, Provision k Cotton Business,
Vhere we intend to keep constantly on hand a full
ipply of Goods, and will sell as LOW for CASH
ny other house.
Our Stock consists in part of the following:
Clarified, Crushed, Powdered, St. Croix, Porto
Rico and New Orleans SUGAR:
New Orleans and West India MOLASSES;
Java and Rio COFFEE;
Irish POTATOES for planting;
BACON, LARD and BUTTER.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
Shoe and Sole Leather,
Mackerel, Kitts and Barrels,
Blankets, Negro Cloths, Osnaburgs,
Saddles and Bridles, Wooden Ware,
Pepper and Spice, Fresh Rice, Sack and
Table Salt, Tea of various kinds, Indigo,
Vindow Glass, Lamp, Linseed and Train Oil,
Paints, Powder, Rifle and Blasting, Shot and
Lead, a good assortment of Chairs, Rock
aways, Office, Arm and Children's
Bedsteads, Sofas, Feathers.
Mexican and Peruvian Guano, Kittlewell's Salts,
Lime and Plaster, Iron, German and Cast steel
rails, assorted, &c., &c.
SIBLEY & UJSlER.
Hmetburg, Jan 23, 1856. ly 2
WILLIAI SH EAR, Augusta, Ga., has
received from New York
xtra Watcr Twist 424 Bleecked SHIRITINGrS;
cw York Mlills 4-4 Blleech'ed SIlIRTINGS;
'hite Rock, Water Twist, 4-4 Bleeebed ShIRT
INGS, (soft finish);
Tanchester 4-4 Bleelhed SIHIRTINGS;
loot Mlilis 4-4 Bleeched SH IRTrINGS:
uperior 12-4 Ilamilton Bleeched SIlEETINGS;
uperior 12.4 Allendale Bleeched SH1EETlNGS;
'mnsutta Mills Bleecked Pillow Case COTTOSi
noia Mills Bhleehed Satin JE ANS;
. C. A. Amoskeag and Pearl River TICKINGS.
The above comprises the best make of Goods, in
mis country, and will be sold at very low prioes for
wsh. The public arc respectfully invited to call and
nmine tho assortment.
Feb. 4. tf 4
State of South Carolina,
John Rainsford, Adma'or of
C. J. Glover, dec'd.,
J. D. Tibbetts and others.J
IE FINA L reference on the complicated mat.
ters of account in this mammoth cause will
egin to be held at the Comnmissioner's Office for
is District, on the 26th day of March next. It
oull he better for all creditors to come fully pre.
ared to defend their claims, as everything must
e scrutinized according to the severest rules.
mrong thie claims heretofure rendered in, some
ave been attacked as excessive, others a made up
part of usurious intcrest, and still others on diffe
-It grounds. All these, with the whole bulk ol
imms in fact, will be thoroughly overhauled ; and
aimants are hereby unotilied to that effieet.
A. SI.\K[NS, C.E.E D.
Feb 6, ____ 6t 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
A. Bushncll and wife, Petition for sale.
S. S. Boyce and I
M. A. Unmsonm.
Y Virtue of an order from Chan. Wardlaw in
this matter, I will sell at Edgefleld C. H., on
e first Monday in next Month the following vala
le Negro slaves, viz:
MELVNA, ELRY AND PRESTON.
evina is a good seamstress and an excellent wash.
r nd ironer. Hler age is about twenty. Elry is her
,ud, a year or two old. Preston ia a 'likely boy
ot seventeen. He has been at the harness trade
me four or five years, and is a good workman.
These Negroes will be sold positively for Cash.
A. SIMKINS, c.u.z.u.
Feb 12 3t 5____
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
America C. liacket, et. at,
Sibby Ann Moore, and Sm nPriia
Thtos. Lake, Ex'ors.
[Y Virtae of a -der from the Court of Equity
Lfor Edgefiel' strict I will proceed to sell at
me late residence of John C. Moroe deceased. On
ec 26th Inst. all the Real Estate of John C. Moore
ecd, except the Homestead tract, Consisting of one
'act of land containing one hundred and twenty-two
res, ore or less, boumnded by the lands of W. N.
ore. A. G. Unateket and the lands of the estate of
Taa OF SaL.E-On a credit of one andl two years
eept as to the costs, which must be paid in cash.
urchasers to gi vc bond with two adequate sureties.
A SIMINS, C.E.E.D.
Feb, 4. 1856 3t 4
At te same time and place by virtue of an order
'am Chan. Wardlaw I will proceed to sell the fol
wing personal property of J C. Moore, dec'd., vii.
11 Likely Negrees
3 Mules, Stock of Cattle, Hogs, Corn, Fodder,
ats, Peas, Shucks, Cotton and Cotton Seed one
in ecad, 2 Rondi Waggons, one Carriage Planta
m an nd lluek Smith tools, Bacon and Lard,IHouse
ad and Kitchen furniture. &o.
TERns OF SA...-On a credit of twvelve months,
xcept as to sums under Ten D~ollars which mast
apa.id in Cashi. Purchasers to give notes ithm two
d dsuflicient sureties to secure the purchasc money.
THOMAS LAKE, Ex'(or.
F eb' 3t - 4_
I miust have monkey.
LL persons indebted to me ,must call anad settle,
1.as it impossible for me to give longer indulgence.
Jan 16 __ _ _ _ f I
bsicians' Buggy Trunks and Pocket
X EDICINE CASES-for sale by
S A. G. & T. J. TE A G U, Druggists.
THOMAS B. REESE,
M. B.. WHITTLE,,
I L w No tide..
T HE Subscribers have formed- aPartnership f4
the Practice of LAW AND EQUITY i
Edgeild and the adjoining Distriets. One or boi
of them can at all times be found in their Office.
G. D. TILLMAN,
S. W. MABRY.
Edgafield C. H., Feb 8, 1858. 3m 5
0IE Undersigned have formed a partnershi
Am for the Practice of Law for Edgefield Distric
One or both will at all times be found at the
Office in Law Range. M. L. BONITAM,
Edgefield, Dee 24, 1855. 2mg 51
T HE Undersigned have formed a Partnershi
for the practice of Law'id Edgefi-la'istric
H. W. ADD1BON.
Dec 25,1855. tf 50
MY OFFICE is now in -this Vilage, next do
to W. W. Adamis, where I can be found a
all timee. C. W. STYLES.
Edgefield O. IL, Jam 15, 1856. tf 1
Medical Card !
D"-,N. W. ABNEY now occupies a
Ol6ffice the building immediately below th
Court House and opposite Col. Carroll's Office. 11
will at all times be. found either at his Office or
his dwelling adjoining the Male Academy. I
will attend strictly to all calls upon him.
Jan23 tf 2
D RS. READY & KENNERLY will practi
iJMedicine together on the Ridge and- neigl
boring vicinity. Office at Dr. Ready's.
Oct 17 6m 40
0. 1. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
O FFICE over Mesars. CaaX VIesAL
& BEAxs' Hardware Sture, Broad
street, Augusta, Ga.
All operntions pertaining to Dentistry will be a
tended to with promptness, and to the entire sai
fation of all who may favor him with their patronas
Wr Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Sulds
&c., furnisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augmsta, May I ly 16
A. C .. L:D.
T E Undersigned returns his sincere thanks
This friends for their patronage while located
Hamburg, and hereby informs them that he can I
found (after 1st September neit,) at the iouse
WARD, BURCHARD & CO., opposite the Mt
sonic Hall, Augusta, Ga., where he would be hap
to see and serve them, and where a FULL a
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
an always be found, which will be sold as LOi
as from any House in the City.
K. A. RANSON.
Hamburg. Aug 13, tf 31
I HAVE just opened nmy usual large supply
.Fresha Garden Seeds from the well known Gs
den of D). Lanadreth & Son, of Philadelphia.
is generally acknowledged that Seeds grown in ti
Garden are equil, if not superior to any grown
this country. G. L. PENN, Aoiuar.
J nl 1 f --51
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, &c.
MY Consignments from Tennessee of BACO]
L LARD). FLOUR, CORN, &e., will be e
sually he.avy this season. Persons who may ha
to buy these articles. nre invited to give nme a ca
Everything is sold for cashi, or city acceptance.
T. W. FLEMIlNG,
Augusta, Jan 16 6t 1
ALL persons to whom the Estate of JTan
AWeathersby, deceased, is indebted will pr
sent their claims, and all persons indebted to tl
said Estate, will make payments to the undersigne
W. L. ANDERSON, A dministrator.
Nov. 21, 1855. tf -45
Patent Metalic Burial Casea
TpIlE Subscriber has always on hand, at his Fe
Initure Establishment, a large assortment
these valuable air-tight and indestructable Cast
for preserving the Dead for ordinary interment, f
vault., for transportation, or for any other desirat
I e also on hand, an article of a different for
and finish fromt thoso heretofore furnished, for tl
purpose of meeting more fully the taute and desi
of those who are aol altogether pleased with- i
shape ad appearance of the former style. Th.
are composed of the same IMPERISHABHLE MJ
TERIA LS, while the exterior shape and finish is
resemblance of the most beautiful and highly POI
The asortment comprising A LL SIZES, from:
infant up to the largest size person, all of which w
be sold on reasonable terms. J. M. WITT;
Sept 26 si37
HOSE of our citizens, who desire to prote
their houses, barns, &c., from lightning, won
do well to try OTIS' IMPROVED PATEN
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. By applicatx
to the subscriber, Agent at this place, they ca pri
cure these rods and all necessary fixtures, an
what is more, have them welt put up, all at mode
ate charges. These Conduetors have been plac.
over the Court House and Jail by the Comtnuisioi
era of Publio Buildings. They are the best,decide<
ly, yet invented. ..BOCAzt
April 4 t f 12.
T STORE HOUSE, next East of R. H.S
'thrn's 30) feet front and 60 deep, conltainil
trerooms below, one above, and a good cellar.
THE TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and eot
tainng about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining C. L. Refo.
R. T. MIMS.
I AM daily receiving my Spring Stoek eonsistim
ofever article usually kept in our line of Bus
ness, which will be sold at Messrs. Lamback
Cooper's Cash prices. A mong my Stock is the
Best Assorted Liquors and Wines,
Ever ofit-red in Hamburg, which will be sold at
cording to quality and not Brand.
S. E. BOWERS, A GEn.
~Jan 30 if_____ 3
AFiRST R ATE Tanner and Currier.
Also, a good Blacksmith for sale or hire.
Enquire of F. O'.CONNOR.
Mt. V'intage. Edgelield District, Jan 7 tf 52
0T Orders will receive any attention unle:
. accompanied witht the Casht.
S. E. BOWERS, AcnN.
Exercise. of these Institutions will be re
suamed on the third Mtinday in January next.
An heretofore, Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart
ment of the Male Academy, will be condncted by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, ahsted by the learned and
highly secomplished Mi. A. E. ARThUR, and
1sate. e' altMos l iaVr seare0
First Class, Primary Department,.... .......9'00
r Second " Ordinary English Brnehes,... .12 00
n TI.ird " Higher " " .15 00
h FourtN'" Greek and Roman Literature
with higher-Mathematies,...- ...... 20 00
Freuelh, Emliroidery,- Needle work, &e., usual
The Scholstie year will, be dlvided *int two Sea
sions of five moat each. PpIls WilP be
from the time of enterilg tb ende'f the .
p Tuition in advance.
Guoai Board can'1' had'in the Village at f6om
s8 to $10 pee'nint sh
r . NEltRIVOETHER,
S. P. GE'ZMEN.
A'. J. HAMMOND,
S. W. GARDNER '
. C. PORTER.
A'. P. Bd l.Ed 1
A. A-. SHAW.
bees 5 41
Edgeiel ae ademy..
T exerisesm f this 1 ltutio -re ua-M sa e em
the 16th January, under the charge of ir. W.
E. MdCASLAN, who has Classes preparing for the
]hehman ind'SopliumoteClaewiiS. C. College.
r Those wishing to-eatr Colage-willide we.-tiia
Particular attetltm will 'giofa to- exrelis i'
Composition and Deetfilaioni sad- als to weekly
reviews. Parents shoUld consest the intsest of
their Children, tart them ar the begiming with
their Cives., ad keep them regularly at School.
Pupils will be oharged from time of entering till
end of the Season except in ease of sieliness.
e Primary Studies, per. quarter.....*.......$7,00
Higher English .................. *' 80'
Cliasics ....................... 1 ,00
A. SIMKINS, Chair. B. T.
Valuable Property hr Sal
HE undersigned, intendingte more to Georgia
in a short time, offers fr asle the following
valuable property in Hambrg-titles indisputable.
The DWELLING BOUSE and LOTfon Market,
Corner of Snowden Steet, runnin through te
Mercer Street. The DweOi and Ktfe' we of
briek, covered with tin. Onh 'e is-aatgu
use 'table ,and all neessary oubmiligs
The LOT on Centre Street, I the
American Hotel, on which is a laguWO STORY
r BRICK BUILDING, occupied as Two Stores and
Dwelling-let running through to Cobbtreet. On
- the latter Street is a large back Store.
11h0 LOT on Corner Market and Leaveworth
to Streets, running through to Mercer Street. O sths
n Lot is a new One and a half Story HOUSE,
w tered and painted.
of -A ..--% -
- FIVE MUNDRED 5MAR31 Hambmer g u
Edgeeld Plank Road Stok.
A The above property will be sold on secomsaoda
ting terms, or exchanged for land in Southern Geor
gin, or negroes. 11. A. KENRICI.
Hamburg, Oct 1 If 3
Valuable Lands tr a.
- HE Subscriber ofibre for male the TRACT 07
.LLAND on which he now lives, sitaated on
Savannah River, seventeen milea above Augusta,
well nidapted to the cultivation of Cotton ad Gra,
more or less. Between five and six hundred acres
of eered land, 0one hundred of which is first qual.
ty low ground., nnd one hundred mere. fresh, whilst
the .balance.9f:.the cleared rland is in a. fair state of
cultivation. The place has .everal fin~e sprinigs on
it. On the premises ae all neessr buildings.
It is a. healthy a location,'and as moral ad intelli.'
Igent a neighborhood am can be found in the District..
of ~ -Also
One other Tract containing FI-VE HUNDRED'
tAND TW EN TY ACR ES, lyineg near the June
atuo of the Ileaverdam and Turkey Creek.. 0n
nthe premises are all necessry buildings, with
several good springs. The plnce is healthy, loeated
-in a fine neighborhood, and well adapted to a small
The above lands will be sold on accommodating'
terms, and if desired, negro property, at tair price.,
Swill be taken in payment. I will take pleasure in
. showing the lands to any who may wish to purchase,
e or any information given by addressing the subscri
. ber at Woodlawn, S. C. J. B. HOLMES.
Oct 2 8m* 38
I Land for Bale.
- H~JE Subacriver wishing to change his location'
offers for sale his VA LUABLE PLANTA
a s TION, containing
SThree Hundred k seventysevenAeo
* Lying Slaa vr~anddjoinin lands of Win.
Boseman's Ferry, and within two or threehude
- yards of the Greenville .k Columbia Rail Road.
The Tract contains about one hundred acres in
original forest, whilst tihe rest is under fonee. One
hundred slnd fifty is in a high state of cultivation.
of which there is from seventy-five to one hundred
acres o1fiGne bottom land equal to ay and surpassed.
by none in the State. This plantation haanguod out
lets and excellent ranges for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwelling
House and all necessary plantation buildings. Alsor
a Spring of neve' failing water.
g, ITAny persea wishing to purchase will ell on
the Subscriber who resides on the premises, an4. he.
rc will take pleasure in showing them the zbove traeLA
J. W. MAYNARt)A
n No v 21tf 45
me T [IE Co.Partnershilpheretofo" esisting betweem
yJA the Undersigned, ndes the Flirm of W.b
- J. Hszu., is dissolved by mutual cnsen.
n The unsettled business of the Fir. will be ad-.
-justed by Wuz.r.ta IL...who is duly authosised to
use the name of the Firm in li idation.
II JAMs HILL.,
Hamburg, S. C., August 31, 1855.
- I A. CA.222.
THlE Undersigned will continue the Business in all
its branches at the Old Stand, where he would be
pleased to have A LL who are indebted'to- the Firm
in anywise, to call and settle without delay.
"'Hamburg, Aug 31, 1855. Gru 35
LLPersons indebted to Robinson & Jaukson,
- in aecount for 1855, are requeted to- settbi
- the same by the 1st March 1856, as we sre de.h
rons of closing our old Books.
And all persons having standing op. scouns
on our Books for 1853 and 1854 or iniebted to, na
-by Note, are earnestly requese to pay tie money
by that time, or they will be placed in the ianals
.of an Attorney for collection.
gGentlemen! One and all, settle up? Spare our
feelings from such a course, and save yourselves
unnecessary expense. Longer indulgeme we can
not grant. ROBINSON & SACKSON.
- Hamburg,.Jan 7 ~ m 53
A bbeville Banner and Independent Pseus will
please copy two months.
Notice to Debtorar
- HOSE indebted ou BeuderetheCenestroe
- .0kwich bonde are dee, will pis.take
notet at am under general inatructona Bom,
i parties to colleet the dues of the different estates
under the management and direction of this Court.
This advertisement must be taken by all in lieu of
further special notice.
Those who have borrowed money of the fns of
. Jonathan Wever, n minor, are expressly notiled
that the minor become. of age early in April next,
and they must hold themselves prepared for asettle
ment in cash at that time. 1 make this netileation
- at the instance of the party chie8y interested, as he
will need funds imperatively, on attaining his ma
jority. A. SIMKINS c. x. a. n.
Jan 9, 3m 52
ILL persons indebted to the Estate of William
Vance deed. are earnestly requested to settle
a without delay, and all these having demands against
the same will render them in legally atte..
S. BROA "