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r HIE Partnership heretofore existing of BOAT;
WRIGlT & J.\NNEY, was dissolved by
Its own limuition, on the I7th hist.
J. C. J A NNEY.
Columbia, Jan 20 3t 3
American lotel---Clhange of Pro.
:R:. SARAH FL.\llNG and Mr. JAS. T.
. FLEMING r- spretfullv give uotice. that they
have purcha-nedn :mil :an un:a d tho managemet of
the AMERICAN HOTEL, late'y sa suvcessfully con
dutel by Mr. J. C. .lANNEkY.
fin taking charge of this Establishment, they do
no with the intent~in of using every means that ex
perince anl energy will supply to give entire sat:s
f.etion to their Patrons. anl praonise zea!ous atten
tion to their eomufoart. In asking a coitanuance of a
fair portion if puli.i- vupport, they do so with the
asurance that they inatenl to deserve it.
The table will bie suppled with every thing that
the market attrds, served up in the best manner,
and- dispensed by watchful attendanhits t and the
chamhers and parlers will be found always ready
for the reception of guests.
J. T. FLEMING.
Colutbia, Jan 20 3t 3
COLUMIA, S. C.
R. JANNEY, in conneetion with Mr. W.
.I. llAtte and D~r. T. J. Goovwys, hav'ng pur
chased that fine and cumimtadious eastablishient
hereteafore known as the CONGAREE lOUSE,
it will herafter be designated as "Ja iniey'%
.In announeing this to the public. the Proprietors
feel that it is net necessary to present in detail the
inadueiiients and advantages which this llotl tire
nents. Its lecation, its coiitiaousnevs, and the
impllrovenmctts conteiplated by the present mana
gers, will, they feel satisfied, affard to the traMellng
cmnlallatttity and othelrse. a llotel in Columbia whielh
will it every way rank amontg the best itn the ecoti
try. :E1ery comfrt, con enience, and appendalpr,
to the fir-t elass hotels in the United Stales. will be
found at J-ANNEYS HOTEL, anal no eibrt on
the part of the Proprietors will be wanting to ren
der it weorthy ,f the capital tof the State.
Mr. JAssry an.i Mr. HAutIS, so well known by
the viaitor at the Antmrican lotel, will always be
fened at their posts, and if unratmitting attentiin to
the ities they have awimted, be any guaruntee of
'atrfaction, they have no ies:tationt in promising it
to th rir guests.
Mr. I Iitcheaaekns splendid line of Omntibusses and
]Teeks, having the name of the lletel painted on
h.-mit, are attaehed to .Jmnney's I *atcl. and well be
lromept and faithful in the conveyance of passen
gers to inl fron the various depots.
Columbit, .Tan 31 21m 3
Tax Collector's Notice,
T W!LL ATI'END at the times and places herein
Ssprecifieil, to cAlfeet the Gena ril Paerr atid Road
Tax fer the year commnencing st October 1852.
At Duntorn's. on Mnday, 2Ist Febry.
LHiberxty IIill, Tuesay, 22d
Frecind's, Wcc ~Veal'e 234
P.irks, 66 Sane evetittg. 3 ocock.
" Rock-Poni. Thursai, 24t Feb'ry.
* .1. T.. Middlieton's S:inie cveninir, 3 o'cleack.
Real I till, n Friday, 25th Feb'ry.
arlli-rs, " Same evening. 3 i'eaeek.
Clwr"tT Phrasday, 24th Feb'ry.
.Ta. NhrgdAen's " Same evening, 3 o'eleck.
" Ratieiur1 . "1 Fieday, '28th1 Feb'ry.
" leach Islad, " Tlesday, 1st March.
4 Graniteville, a Wed'day, 21
llatcher's, " Thur.ly, 3d "
SE.res', " Frilay, 4th "
" liulwvare's, 4 Satuerday, 5th "c
-' a " "~ Tue-day, Sth "c
C" .\llen's, "e W.e.l'day, 9th "
'- Rtidge, e" Thcursay, 10t "e~'
'a' Holst.'in's, "~ Friday, IItha "
"e RIinehart'n, 4~ Na~turdlay, 12th "c
" 'alt. Waillintg, " lotnay, 4til c"
I Perry 's, " Tuesaday, 15th "
'- Cai!emtan'i X Roads, "~ We~d'day, I Gith
" Coopersville, " Thursday, 17th "
" Aburea. " Friday, 18th "
- " Stevens' Store c" Alantday, -21st "
-Drn's.,. - "Turiday, 25th
J.b ~ QUATTLE BUM, T. C. E. D.
Statte of South Onrolina,
Coater & Ceaxe aend 1~ Anzwadedtand Supplemnt
Abram M.artint, |Bill to cnll in Creditoers
vs i and aedminister -celcts of
Jae R. Garrett atnd kep!:aer e. Garrett, de
rithers. Jceased. <c
'rTapparing thtat the Dtfcedanits J::mnen R.
.i Garrett, Theotnas S. Garrett, Caroalitee A. V.
Martitt, Jame,~ P'. Thuntrmotnd antd lhie wil'e Caro
hide P'., Mary Garrett. Wijlliam II. Garret t. Elizat
becth S. Enuri, B. C. Spairks .mtd his wife .Mary
Ann, Susatn B. Garret t. Chicrley A. Garrett aned
Jo~hn IL. Garrett, reside withouat the limtits of this
State: On .Motini by Mir. CaoLLt, Plaintilf's
Solicitor, Ordered thtat the satid Defenat
pilead, :tnswer or demur toi the PlainatifT's Bill of
Comnplaintt within three moenthis frorm thle pu li
eation oaf this order, or the said Bill will be
taken pro conf1essso aigatinst tlhemn.
A. SlIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rsc 01liee, Jatn 24, 1853 3m 3
Luimber at Reduced Rates !
rf' E Subsriber oft'ers Lumber at the following
A t his Mfill. faar Casha, 65 eta. per hunidred.
Delive-red at \'illage, fear Cash, $1 peer htundlred.
Thoase intedta to himt arer reamndedl that lhe will
not keepa his A ccounts anid Notes in his own hands
longer thant Returnx Day.
- JOS. A. ADDISON.
Feb 2 tf . 3
T H OSE indlehtedi to the .Eitate of Starbing Quarles
d-.e'd., will pleastre make inunediate payment,
tan longer indulgence e:mntet be givetn, aind thoeat
havirng demtacnds aere reg1liested to presenit thtem pro
31ARY A. QUARLES, Admi'.
Fb 3t 3m" 3
rp JHOSE indhebtedl to the firam of G t.ovea & MAva
...will finid 'thetr Neates amid Accutt in the htands
tat Josaenmi n\arey, Ecq., farr settlemtent, until a few
dlays biefore Return day, when they will be indis
erainmtely sued on. W M. B. M AYS.
Feb 2 tf 3
4LL Perons indelcbted to ate eithter lav Note or
IL open Accorntt, aire t.r~rnectfully Solicitedi tat
comtte forrward, arndl mtake pnyment ats early its poas.
sible, preodnee of every descitiont is coemnimadeg
good prices, whlich will etnale you toa pay~ tme with
out inconvceniencee to yourselves, and greatly tie
I keep comn-tatly dmn hannd, a large nal well se
I eeted sock of every aerticle gen~erally used by the
ptlanter, amnd as my business will be conthined .strict!'
to the Cash System, after the first of .Jatnuary 1853.
zay prrieens. will be greatly reduced. You tire there
for arn ruestly solicited to give ime a call before pur
I will be tat aill titmes itn the market for Cotton
aueandoter perntee, for whidh thce highrest Cash
Prices will bat paid. B. S. DUNBIAR.
Hlamburir, .lanm 19 3t 1
ALL~t those indebted to the Ectate of W. W.
Wat!linig, dee'., are requestced tao nettle as
soo as tl pssible. nnd those hatviti; elaims will retnder
them imt itxmmediately, piraap:rly attested.
CH A RLES h AMMOND, Ex'or.
Jan 19 tf I
ALL Pe-rsoas itndebted to theo estate of Oliver
t.-aTwles, are regnested to matke imrmetdiate ptty
gitent, andl those hitting udemndes tagainmst thce samne
will render thmeim int prerlry attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Adtmnistrator.
Oct. 9 tf 3S
Q8\ BAGS Augusta Canal FLOURl, fear sale how
UUby E. JIODG ES, AUar.r
Hlamburg2 Nov 22 tf 4(
Osnaburgs and Negro Cloths,
At- Manufacturer's Prices!
S NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
have on haud, a full supply of COT0ON OS
NABURGS of the most approvel styles; Negru
K ERSEYS, of George Schley's, William Schley's,
and of the Augusta Nlanufacturing Compainy.
Also, Brown SI1IRTIN'GS and SlIEEINGS,
or tho Augusta 1aiiufacturing Company, all of
which, they will sell at very .w prices.
0- The public are rcspectfully requested to call
and examie the a'-Aortient.
Jan 12 tf 52
Undressed Bleached Shirtings.
S NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
have reecive.! from New York, Extra 4-4
lleached SIlIRTING, perfectly undressed. and a
very superior fabrie for rLadie' and Getitlemie's
weir. The public are respectfully reque.sted to call
and examine the article.
Jan 12 tr - 52
Look what a Bargain !
INTENDING to leave the State next fall, T wil
sell iny PINEY WOODS PLANTATION
on Shaw's Creek, containing
Twenty-Seven Hundred Acres,
Twelve miles from Edgelield, and ten miles from
Aiken and Graniteville.
This Plantatiton is weoli imprivel with Two gocod
lwellines, Excellent Saw and Grist Nlills, one of
the best Poteries in the State, and all necessary out
buildings and fixtures, which can be purchased on
the most reasonable terms, as I am determined to
The Land on the Creek is of the hst quality and
produces Corn. Wheat and Rye finely.
First rate water power for any kind of machinery.
To any one wishiug to buy thle terms shall be ae
cnon11diti.ng. C. RIlODES.
Jan 19 tf 1
Boot and Shoe Mianufactory,
r l EI Subseriber having renewed and increased
I faciities in his business, takes this method of
informiting his kind patrons, that he still remaiiis at
the same place where lie was last year, atnd con
linues to make Fine Dress Dub!e So-l ane l'unip
HOYTs, aof the finest and bust Materials, and gclod
I have now on hand a beautiful variety of Boots
and4 Shoes ,1f mv own Manufacitre, which, for one
month, I will sell at .ow mtees FOR CASI.
Jan 12 5t 52
')AN'AWAY fru^in the S *b"r:ber on S. ttirday
It the 15th in:t.. his negro main named Pill,11'.
Sad fellow is about five feet six inches bigh, of dark
coip'exioin anil well fornied. le had on when lie
left a snudf-coloired Frock Coat, and g!aze Cap. lie
is about thirty-two years of age- no particular
marks or sears recollected.
I will give the above reward, and pay all rasona
ble expetnses, fir his safe delivery to mice or if lodged
in atny ,ail, set that I can get him1.
Any inferintion respecting said fellow will be
thankiully received. Addr. ess, Edglefiehul Court II.,
S. C. JAS. 11. SWEAIZENGIN.
.lan 19 tf 1
I)Y an Order from 11. T. Wright. Esq., Ordina
.3 rv of Edge field Distr:ct, I will proccel to
se!l at the late residence of Annis Gallaway, dee'd..
at Graniteville on tie 10th dty of February next,
a!l the personal profperty of the said deceased. con
sistiniof One Negro H-ey, llousehold and Kitchen
Furniture, with other thitegs not necessary to men
Tr.r.s-On a credl;t unitil the 25th December
next, with interest from elate. Purchasers will be
required to give niotes with sufficient security. All
sumts of and under . Cash.
SAML. S. IlORN, Adm'rs.
Jan 26 . 2t 2
List of Letters
R E.MAINING in the P'ost-Orliee att Edgefield
-Court llouse, 31st Decetmber, 18:1
Addison,.Mrs.Omsted, P. F.
Atkinson, Joseph D. .Pardew. David
Bettitng, Joseph . Perry, Capt, A. E.
Beard, ChiarlesA.e Price, Trhomias
Bart Iey, N. L. 2Pool, Jordan
Bledsoe, Mrs. Sarah Pres.coat. J. HI.1
Berry, C. WV. Quattlebumn, D~aniel
Boya, John S. Rhatiad, Jtudeth 3
Bradley. Heniry Raiihorn, Blenj.
Burt, Mooedy 2Rtutherford, Williamt -
Cugburnt, Mitry A. Mt. Ryomn, B~enjamin
Carter, Cimrle's R'otnndtree, J. B3.
D. Durcue, Mr. Reynohd<. Adtnin'r
Dea:n, Taheitha 3 of Jamets Whittle.
Elder, H-. B. Rearden. Johln
Eihelbherger, Ju ba Ramttsey.- Williaum
Ferustni, Joe Rese, Georgiania
Glover, David Bttse, Thomunas B. -
Hill. Johni C. Samuel, Ilevil1
Head, Jamies 3Stowes, WVillis
Howard, Henry Shirly, Amoes
IIleth, D. V. 2Smnit hi, Mlaterson
Jenninirgs. Edwvard Sheu.rlock, WV. F.
Jninimgs, Ca~:roline Saunders. Carter A
Jenings, ilman Taylour Jontatha~n -
J ones. Rebecca 3Thratlekill, Franics
Kox, Thloutnas 3f. Temple, Rachael 2
Leopard. JTesse 2Ullerbank, Samuel
Lee, 3. F. Williamn., Mirs. S.
artin. Alsey 2Wynn.m Lucindat
Morton, Antgustus Willhinits, Rouger MI.
t arh, E. T. . West, E. P.0
3Matisi. Johin 2Wren, Bates
3lseev, larltha G. WVhitaiker, L. II. B.
Sims, Mirs. Rebecca Whitaker, A. Oliver
3Mriig, Joel Weeks, Lueretia. t
O'Coner, Frances 2
G. L. PENN, P. M.
BiOOT, Shin and Harness Alakers. Also, for isale.,
J..allI kinids ouf t'ppher anud Sole Leathter, North
ern and Frenchl Calf Skinis, I .iinig anud Binilinig
Ski, Unzruiess and BmUnnd Re~athe r. Shoe mmaker's
Findings, Bouots anid Shieoes and P'lantation Ibrugans
avays on handI-miadei of besit ma~terials.
Asa Lamip. Trraini, Neetsfoot and Taniners Oils.
fuur sale by Ri. TI. MIM.\.
Dec 15 tf 48
Nov 29 tf -46
I s HJEREBY GIVEN to Administrators. Ex
eeutors amid Gtuardiants, that they are required
by law to make their annual returns the first ofut
cah year regularly, and the Ordinary is required
to etforce the law on those who neglect to do so. I
UI. T. W RIGilT, 0.1E. D.
Jan 26 2t 21
A LL~ Personts indebteid tim me are respectfulvy
- in formetd that if they do not call and sett'e,
u or before .Sale-day niext thiir accounts will be
placed in the hands of an Oflicer fur collection.
II. A. GR AY.
N. B.-As I have long since abamndonmed the
C EDT BUSIlN lESS, myi termis will continue the
same indliscrinminately on the Cash System.
Jan e; 2t 2
A LL Persons itndebted to the Subscriber in atny
.t.way are respectfully requested to settle before
Return day, as I amt obliged to have money.
C. R HODES.
Jan 19 3t I
Wanted to hire
A FEW gootd 31ile and Female SERVANTS.
teo attend at Hotel, fomr which liberal wages will
be given. Alepply imimediately to
F. M1. NICIIOLAS.
Dec 29 tf 50
~LL Persons indebted to the estate of Ellington:
Ii. Clark, deed., are hereby notified to miake i
medite paiyment, and those having demands against
said estate will presetnt them properly attested.
Jnly 7 tf 25
3,00 LBS. Choice U'p-Country BA4CON,
1,000 " "1 Baltimore".
For sale by F. 3f. NICHOL AS.
net2 tti 41
COLUMUIA, Jan. 19, 1853.
U iI E Mar agers of Elections in eaLi Conagressional
l.itrict througtihout the Stat.-. :ire hereby re
quired to open the PoPs at their respective places of
Elections, and to hold :an el-etioin for Representa
tives in the Congress of the United States, on the
fourth MPonday in February next, in coinforinity with
the writ hereuntoi appenledl. In obedience to a reso
Iutioan passedal at the last sitting of the Legislature, a
writ of Election will be sient to each plaice of Electioan,
in each Cn-gressional District throughtut the State,
and inl the event of those writs not reaching their
destination, it is deemed advisable by the Executive
to issue this general notice, to remedy auch contin
gencies as ay occur,
JOHN L. MIsANXING.
The State of South Carolina.
T4' all and singular the Managers of the General
Elections for each Cungressioial District in
li pursuance of an Act of the General Assenibly
of this State, pTassed on the 16th D'ecember, A. 1).
1652, you are hereby reguired, after giving legal no
tiee (andal being duly qualilied; to proceed to hold an
election for a Representative in the Congress of the
United States, foir each Congressimnal District, on
the .th Moinday in February next, and the d-ay fol
howing, at the same plices, and -to be conducted by
the saime ianagers, and in the sane manner as the
electiii of mtembers of the State Legishiture; and
after having deteriniied on the persos duly elected,
you do certify the sane according to law,.ider your
hand and seal to the Governor, at. Columbia, by the
first Mlonday in April next, on which day the votes
will be counted, and thereafter thoe elaction decliared.
G iven und er my hand nad th.. seal of tie
State, in Coluinba, this 20th day of banua
ry. in the year of oir Lord one tlhausanl
eight liundred anal fifty-three, and in the
sevenaty-sevelith year afthe Sivereigity and
Inlependence of the U. S. of America.
By the Governor: J. L. MANNING.
'L Niksmix P1aaavR, See'ry of State.
Jan 2 5t 2
Abbey Green Female Institute,
By Miss Sophia Ciapin.
' "11 IS nst:tuton is loated seven miles North o
Egetield C. II., and withinr sight of Eltoan
P. 0. It is sittateal in a remarkably healthy portion
if the District. and convenient to an excellent
Spring. The building is entirely new, large and
The listructress, Miss CuAris, bas the reputation
yf being ain experienced and talented Teacher.
The Elementary, and all the highcr branches of
English, together with iiatn and French are taught.
rerms per Session of five moniths for all bratches
exeept Music.................... ...$ It 00
%lusie. iicluding use of Piano...........25 00
Gaood Board call he obtained in the neighborhood
a lt r Mionth. For further informaation, if de
tired, apply to either of the undersitweel.
S. W. NICIIOLSON,
Oct 28 4'"' -11
Upholsterer in General!
R. G. 0. DECHERT, Upho!ierer
S and] Paper Hanaer, resletfully aniaunees to
lie eit:zens of Edgelield and its vicinity that lie is
aW preparied toa ake to airder,
Beds, Hair and Shuck M~attrases,
ma also to nateand to PAPE R H ANGINGS, WINOW
ILNDS, SHADES, &C,
Mr. I). will attenid punictually to business, ad all
arders will be speadily ad faithafully executead.
Hie wvil ihe faaunad at thec Oflige formarly aaccupia.-d
ay Chancellor W*'aom.aw exceplt when elsewhere
Dec. 15 3ts 4S
. HE. Undersigned respectfully ifrrms his old
"c. ustomnersdcavnd,,andtathe laublie generally that
ae has removed to hais BRICK STORE, on Ca ntre
;treet, baetween Miessrs. Josa.aiu SinLKY aned G r.oxar.
loBiN5ON, where be affers for sale ai general absort
Mr. Euneit liotais is myi dlyl athaoriied Agent
a sell Goajas, and the butineiiaass will be cndiacted
ader the s tyle of E. IlODG ES. .\genat.
11. A. K(ENRICK.
Ulamburg. Nov 29 t* 416
rHTE Subscriber takes this opportunity of re
turninig his sincere thanaks tao his friends foar
lie very liberal ptatraanage they lave extenidedl to
ima, anal takes this miethaod of smyinig that lie will
antitiiue taa keepa open the HOTEL for this year,
itvinig refurniishied it with
New and Excellent Ftirniture,
\ndi literally putt every thinag in orader fair the ac
ommaodation of the travelling comnantity genertally.
Regular latrders will be reaquired to settle
nonthly, anad Transient iotarders by the week.
J. L. DOBEL.
Jan, 27 St 2
'isn RECGIENT, S. C. M.,
BT an Orader from Coal. S. l ansox, an Elec
Itiaan will be held at Eaiefield C. 11., on Sat
irday the th of February next, for C.\ PTA IN of
le I larn's Cree~k Beat Comiapany, to ilt the vacanicy
aeesioned by the resignaation of Ctapt. A. B. AD
The fallowing gentlemen tare hereby appointed
md will tact as .laniagers, viz :--Lieut. Wise, Sergt
klartin nd .Mr. W~in ml..
J. C. LOVELESS, Majaor
Upaper Bat. 7th Reg'nt.
Jan 20 St 2
STrATE OF~ SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT,
13Y H T. WRIGHT, Esgr., Ordinary of
Wh~eretas, Adiliiae Grtaham, has applied to me
or Letters of Admainistraition, on till tand singu
:r the goods and chaittles, rights aind credits of
Iesse Grttaam; Iate of the District, taforesaid,
These are, thcrefare, to cite and admonish all
md sinagualar, the kindred aind creditors of the
ad dLeensed, tao beutnd tappetir before ime tat ouir
iext Ordinary's Court foarthie stid Dist~rict, to be
mlden at hEdgefield Court House on the 4th
lay of Februtary necxt, to show eause if any,
vhy the said adiministrtttioan should not be
Given tunder my hand :tnd seal, this 19th
ay of Jaintiry, ini the year of our Lord oane
housand eight hunitdred tand fifty-three, anid ini
he sevenity-seventhi yeatrof Amerietan Indepen
lence. H. T. WVRIGH T, o. c. D.
.tan. 26 2t 2
ALL Persoans that ow.e mie will please pay me
bly the first of February next, by doaing which
!ast ctatn be saved. 1 can be founid at the Stoare of
Joihi Siblev. R1. L. GENTRY.
Hlamaburg, Jan 26 2t 2
A T A MEETING of the Coammissioners of
Publia ]Buillings, h.lad aon the 22d1 of Febriu
-y 18-I8, it was-Resolved that in future no char
~es will be p~aid foir wiork dame uniless (lie expendli
ure htas been previsaasly authorned by the Jiuaird.
Xnd this Reasolution is. in'endled to embrace till ex
>editures which tire not platinly atathiorized by the
Acts oaf the Legislature preseribinag the power and
luties of thle Commnissioners of Puballie luiling.
J1. HUIIET, Cn~at'N.
Jan2 63t 2
A LL Pcrsmais inadebted to the Saubscribers either
t.by Note air Uook accounat pirior to the lati of
Janary 1853, are respectfully requested to settle
heir respective taecounts dutriang the .\aanth of .Janu
iry, or expect to flid their papers (wvithout respect
if persons) in the hanads of a hawyer for colk-ection.
AGNEW, FISIIERt & CO.
Ne=-1rm- .Tan 1'J .de 54
BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS,
WM. 'HI. CRANE
Is SELLING -OFF his large and splendid as
sO.rtment of Winter Goods, at ve-y RE
DUICED PRICES, in order to make rom for his
Spring Stock. Those who wish to purchase Goods
Cheap, will do well to give him a call. Among
Rieh, plain and figured sil-s-very cheap.
Elegant FrerchDelAtes-very low.
B.aek Bombazines and Alpaceas do. do.
A great variety of Low priced DeLanes and
Plaid Worsted goods.
Black and tigured Mourning DcLnnes.
Fine French "d English Merenos, cheap.
Plaid and figured colored Alpacea, beautiful and
Black Silk Visietes and Cloaks. very low.
Fine Black and Colored Cashncre Shawls.
Elegant Plaid Woolen Long Shawls.
A large assortment of Plaid Woolen Shawls and
some very cheap.
Good Negro Kerseys at 121 cents.
A large assortument of Ginghams and Prints
Plain French Berae and DeLanes.
Merino Cloaks and Shawls, some small for chil
A great variety of Embroidered Collars and
84 DuIe Blankets at 75 cents.
9-4 do. do..very low.
10-4 12-4 Bed Blankets do. do.
White, Red and Grieen Flannels.
Fine Welch and Silk Warp Flannels.
Furniture Dimety Tweeds, Satinets.
Cassasneres and Cloths, very ebap.
Cotton Osnaburge, Shirting, Shcetings, Drillings,
The above and a very great variety of other goods
will be sold very low. Call at 242 Broad street.
Jan. 12. 4w 52
THOMAS G. KEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAIV.
Jr HlAs removed his Office to the Rooms over the
Store of Mr. B. C. BjAYA.
Jan 4 3m 51
Niot i e!
U 1E Undersigned have this day associated
themselves togejher in the PRACTICE OF
LAW, for Edgefeld District. Any businers en
trusted to thwiu shall be promptly nttended to.
Mr. ATKINsoN wvill keep an Office at jAIgefield,
n rear of the Court 11ouse, where he can be found
at all times.
M. M. GRAY,
W. 11. ATKINSON.
lamburg, Nov 5, 1852. tf 43
RAY JBROTITERS, have on hand a large as
sortment of BLANKETS, of various kinds.
Probably some of the finest Saxony Wool fine fin
sheil, imported. 'With a large assortett of Lower
rades and Plantation Blankets, whicb we are
Nov 17 tf 4.1
NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
S have received from New York. a full supply
f Rich Tapestry Velvvt CA IRPETS, of new and
ilenlid patterns ; a
Tapestry Brusiels.and Brussels CARPETS, at
very low prices;
Superior Three Ply and Ingrain CARPETS, of s
ew and beautiful styles; -
Brussels aid Vetietian Star CAIRPETS;
Curtain \M.TERIALS; CORNICES; Brkas and
-Iated stair RODS-tu w Ah.h they resp.ectfully in
,ite te attention of the public.
Jan 12 tf 52
TH E Exercises . of this Institution will be re
sugmed on .\onday 31st danmuary, 1853. -(.
The Rules. Rates of Tuitioni &e., are the same asC
wt year. A ny infiorniittion respecting the School.
Bard, &c., can be obt.:ineds by addressinmg thte a
tbsriber through Longmires Post Office,1Edgefield 8
GEO. G.\LPIIIN, Paisecart..
Jan 12.-...... -I..5 - t im
'IIE Sub,.criber wishles to procure the services
lof Three GOOD CARtPENTERS. To such
a are of study haubi ancl d.eimmpetent to do all work
their line~, he will giv'. onastant einployment and
le best of wages. JOLUS WITT.
Jan 41 . .. tf 51
pH"tiE Stubscribmer wotuld take this op.portunity of
1. r.'turning has thanks -to his pattronsl for theirp
bet'al support durinag the four years lie lots beetn h
0 hutnntessm, andti respectfully solicits a continuance of s
eir generous patrinage ; but at thit sanme tiime it
ost be borne in omindl that lie wishes to do exela
vely a CAsli BUTSINESS, and to carry out this -
ibject more fully he will open no books for accoutats
i year. G. L. PENN, AoEN'r.
Jan 4 -If 51
A LL persons indebted to thme Estate of Mrs.
.1-Syallie Aliles, Dee'd., will pleasie make pay~
ent immaediately, ad al.l thtose having demandsn
against thme Est~ite will paresent thecm to the subscri
ser pirop~erly attested. JOHN LO1T. 'I
.an 5 7t 51 a
Notice, . a
S HIEREBY' gIven to all persons indebted to the ~
Es Ktate of Edthnn lioyd, dee'd., to make am
tediate paymenat, andi those having demands against
e sail Estate, will renider them ita properly attested. ~
JAS, & TANDY.BOYD, Ex'rs. a
Dec 8 ly - 41 E
Take Warning i
ALL~ thaose who are inadebted to mec individu
. ally, Walker & Colvman, Brannon & ColeA
~aan, or W. B. lirannona, that do not nke paymnit
,y the first of Februtary imexct, will fluad their ate
uts and notes in thme hands of Officers for ecil- "
etion, as bmiaey I must have.
M. W. COLEMAN. C
Hamburg, Dce 13, 2ma 48
A PPOINT Mr. R. J. D)zrn of Hanmbturg, nay
A gent in the settlemnt of dues to myself, orJ
iy of thme parties abov e maeintioined. Thme bsoks are a
a lhis handmes. Md. W. COLE.MAN. ni
Hamburg, Dec 15,1852. . 2m 48 Ip
LL Persons inadebted to the Estate of Emr-ley
. Go; dee'd., :are hereby notilied to make iam
itediate paytment, anad thaose to whonm the estate is
ndebted will present thecir claimas forthwith in due ~
rrt, as I an deterinied to wind up tho estate as J
oi as the law will perndlt me. i
H. T. WRIGIT, 0. E. D.
Ordinary Office, Dec 29, 3m 50 .
4LI. Persons indebted to the Estate of C. J.
LU (lover, dec'd., are requested to mnake inme
ate paymnit, and those having demands againast
mid estate, will prcsenat thtem properly attested.
JOHN R AINSFORD, Adan'r.
Sept 22 tI 36
LL Persons indebted to the Subscribcr who
-L fail tpay their naotems and acoints before
Ileturtn Day in February beat, wIll be sued, as I
nnot give longer idulgenee.
B. C. BRYAN.
Dec 29 8t 5
RAY BROTH ERS, Augusta, Ga., have now
in Store a full suapply of Richa and Elegant
Brussels; Threeply, In.grane and Cotton CA RPETS -
with Rugs and Druggets to match, whaich they
trer to thme rublie cheap.
N ov v17tf 44
Oranges and Leinons, t
sal b. NICHOLAS.
N Nov10 tf 43
N Friday evecning last, near Etac-rr's Pavil
lion, a Silver Waleh. Staid Watch has been
left at this Office. The ownter will please come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take itI
sway, otherwise it may possibly fall into thme posses
io of our ' iamp.'
.... 2 6 t fr 2
BY STEAMERS AND SOU.
Is in receipt of an Extensive, I
FALL AND WII
0? The Community and P
requested to call and examine
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 13,
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal.
IIon. N. L. GRIFFIN, EDMUND PENN,
S. F. GOODE. Da. R. T. MIMS.
T HE TRUSTEES and TEACHERS of this
Institute tender their most respectful thanks,
ror the very liberal patronage bestowed upon the
istitution during the past year. They are also
happy to announce the very prosperous condition of
he Institute, and its flattering prosperity for the
iming year. They assure their patrons that no
itorts will be spared to continue deserving of so
liberal a patronnge.
The next Session will commence on MONDAY,
the 10th of January 153.
The sane Teachers will be etitployed in the dif.
crent Departments, as during the past year. Anti
he sane rates of Tuition, and general regulations
Pupils can enter at any time during the Session,
tad if near the middle or close of tie Session. they
ivill be charged from the time of entrance, to the
.,d of the Session. Those leaving before the Ses
ion closes. except in eases of sickness, are charged
'r tie whule Session.
A ppliention for admission may be made to either
>f the Trustees, or the Principal.
Dec 22 tf 49
Elmwood Female Academy!
13 M,1iics North of Edgefield C. 11.,
NEAR TJE CAMBRIDGE ROAD.
T IHE First Session of this School will commence
on the second Monday in January next, under
he instruction of Miss E.M O'CossR.
Miss 'CoNsaa has pursued teaching as a pro
'ession for several years. She has tught in the
lInwood School, the present year, and given gen
A splendid Piano has been purchased for the
pecial use of the school, affording to young ladies
in excellent opportunity to study nusic.
TXams per session of Five iontlts, as fidlows:
,pelling, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic $6 00
Xith the above, English- Grammar and
Geography......................... 8 00
iith the above, Definition of Words, Ilis
tory, Rhetoricand Composition........ 10 00
Jusie ou Piano, with use of lnstrument ... 20 0t)
)riwing............................. 6 0t0
ainting in Water Colors............... 6 0
hies O'C engIges to give lessons in the French
inguige to pupils desiring it.
School Rooks, Stationery, Drawing ani Painting
iterials will be furnithed at usual prices, when de
Good hoardina calt be obtained at and near the
htool, at $6 to $7 per mointh.
J. M. SYllY, > Trustees.
JAMES DORN, )
Dec. 25, 1852. 4w 52
Saw and Grist 1Mills for Sale,
I 11E Suhscriber intending to move front the
State, otfers for sale his MLLS, on~ Shaw's
reek, about tea maihes froam Edgefield ,Aiken and
The Tract contains Twenty-two hunttdred (2200)
eres, with a sttumeient water power to run Circular
aws or-a Factory. On the pretnises are all necs
try improveutmtt-framte buildings, orchards, &e.
A tny information given by applying to the Sub
riber ou the premnises, or by letter addressed to
im at Edgefield C~ .
JOS. A. A DDISON.
Aug 4 t! 29
1853 is at Hand!
GiOME, GENT[.EMEN. walk up to the Caf.
J) tatin's Othice, NoJ. I, PAnK Row, square up
our arrears, and enter your namnes for another
velve mnonth voyage.
All Notes and open bills due me contracted
ror to the 1st of January, 1852, mtust be cancelled
v the lt0th of February, those thtat are not will be
ed on indiscrimninately.
W. P. BUTLER.
Jan 4 tf 51
Valuable Property for Sale,
l' ~IE Subscriber will othier for sale, to the. highest
bidder, on the First Mondany in February next,
Twenty Likely Negroes,
mongst themt is an excellent Bineksmaith. These
segroes, will compare favorably with any similar
umber of N'egroes itn the State.
I will also sell at private sale, my PLANTA
'ION, situated on the Lower Columtbia Road, one
nd a half mtiles from the Pitte Hiouse, consist:ng of
'our Hlundredl Aeres. Two hundred acres of the
ove tract, has been recently cleart-d, andI is in,
ood condition for planting. The remainder is itn
'rTt~als.-Thec Negroes will be sold on a credit
nttil the 1st January next, with interest front date,
nd two approve.d seettrities. Thme Land wIll be dis
'sed of on te.rms to suit thme purchmaser.
JOhlN Rt. WEVER.
JanS 5 S t 51
ALL Persons indebted to thte Estate of Win. T.
. Minter, are earmncstly requested to make im
,ediate paytument, amtd those havintg demtands nigainst
inid estate will pulease render thmem in, propJerty at
sted, forthwith. ii. F. STRUM, Adtm'r.
Sept S tf 34
LL4 Persons indhebted to thme Estate of R. Vlatt
- Briuson, dec'd., aru respectfully notinied to
make imnmediatte payment, and those hmavitng de
andtes against said ..state will present thiemm forthwith,
'S USEN M. IIRUNSON, Admn'ix.
ROBERT LANIER, Admn'or.
Oct 20 tf 40
Tea, Candles, Suugars, &c.
[LACK, Ilyson, Gunpowder, Imperial and
LYoung Hysont TEA, in llaalf, Quarter, Eighth
loxes and Cattties, also at retail.
Sperm, A damnantinte and Star CANDLES,
Crushed, Powdered and Clarlikel SUGAR,
TIurpetine, Toilet and Shavint SOAP.
For sale by E. HODGES, Aoas-r.
Nov 29 tf 46
1011 Colored and Bilack V ELVXETS of various
Lkinds for Matillas and Clottks. A f'ew pieces
f handsome polished CLOTil for Ladies Cloaks,
rithi sotme. of the richest tritmntings madec. For
le cheap at GR AY BIROTIHERS.
Augusta, Ga., Nov17 tf 44
ALL. Persons indebted to the Estate of Sarah
.Fentdly, dee'd., will please make immttediate
yment. Those having demands will present theta
roperly attested for payttent.
D). J1. GTLCIIRIST,
Adrn'r de bonis non.
Dcl 11*tf 48
rHOSE indebted to the Subscriber by iNote or
Account previous to thte ltst of Jianuary. are
nost armnestly requested to pay bty sale day in Feb
uary, as I want the mooney, and cannot possihly
ait longer. - WM. McEVOY.
Jan 12 4t . 52
ARRIAGE and BUGGY HIARlNESS
Wagott Harness, Double abda Sittgle.
Riding Bridles, Plantation Bridles, Collars, &o.,
ianufactured of good materials, antd by good work
ne, next door to J. B. Se Lt .n
R. T. MuIB.
J.., 12 trf
PH CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
landsome and Splendid Stock of
iblic Generally are respectfully
them at No. 1, PARK Row.
RICH FALL DRY GOODS.
B EG to inform the public, that their Fall Stock
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now complete. In addition to our Store we have
added t handsome
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabrics of
the season. at the lowest New York cash prices.
Among which are:
Rich Brocade Dress SILKS and SATINS;
Extra fine white and black Brocade Silks and
Satins: plain and Chamelion d1U.;
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich Irish Poplins and
Rich colored and black Silk Velvets I
Rich Satin Broche Cashnieres;
Extra fine Satins, A merican ;
Black and White Watered Silks;
Plain black Silks, all widths
Small igured black Silks; fialf Mourning Silks,
Black and colored Alpacas and Bombazines;
Black and colored Brocade Alpaeas;
French and English Merinos and Cashmeres;
Muslin Delaines, Ginghams and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be found, the latest styles of colored and
b'aek VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN.
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas, neat and confortable
1l'k, Col'd and Watered Silk Mantillas, of all kinds,
Long and Square Woolen Shaws, in great variety
Plain Crape Shawls, very low priced,
A fetw extra rich Enib. Crape Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say that we keep all the favorite brands of I
KE-.SEYS, OSNABURGS and BLANKETS, I
and can afford to sell then at factory prices as well 4
as our neighbors.
Special attention is requested to 50 bales of the
best KEISEY ever brought South, (bought at auc- I
tion,) 5 cents per yard less than factory prices, C
Satinets, .Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Casitneres, and I
Flannels of all kinds,
A ud a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we request the attcmiion of the public.
Oct 206 tf 41
N0 T IC E.
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIIMERES, MERINOES, DELAINES AND 1
Also, a few more of those handsome Plaids. Bro
cades and Dress Silks, which will be sold .ow. 0
Blankets, Negro Cloths & Tweeds,
Together with fine Boots for Gentlemen and Boys, b
I have a fine Stock.
W. P. BUTLER. t
Dec.8 tf 47 a
A Purely Vegetable Preparation, and a
Bevereign Rletnedy fer
T IlyEBITERSare purely a VEGE TABLE
undr te fllet onvatin tatthey will be found
a safe and sovereign R EMEDY for DYSPEPSIA.
.-They have been triumphantly tested not only by
nusupons families and Physicians ia the South, who
have furnished ample testimony as to their decided
excellence, bitt also by the Proprietot, who, for ten
years, suffered all the gloom incident to that stub
born anid distressing disease.r
The Collcton Bitters, are also a Carmniniative,
most excellent for Cholera Morbus, Costiveness, Sea
Sickness, Naus~ea proceeditig from whatever cause,
Shortness af Breath, A cidity, IHeart Burn, Crampsi I
and Stiches in the Breast.
The abhove Medicine is highly recommnendled to
Literary Gentlemen, Students, Elderly People, and
others of sedentary habits.
For the satisraction of those who may nst other
wise feel disposed to try this valuable Compound,
reference is made, by permission, to the following
highly respectable gentlemien.
Rev. T. J1. Younig, Win. Yates, M. D., D. T.
Cain, M. D., Alex. Robinson, Col, F, Lance, Char- (
T. M. Curtis, M. D., St. Johtn's Taland.a
Ex-Gov. WV. B. Seabrook, ECdisto Island.
B. R. Bythewood, Beaufotrt.a
Rev. A. Woodweard, JIon. Win. Pope, Rev. J. B.
Seabrook, Paul Pritehard, M. D., Bluifton.
er Paics, 75 ets per Bottle. For sale at Edge
field C. lI., by G. L. PENN, AarE.r
Oct. 20 tf 40 C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,C
IN COMMON|IPLE AS.
W. E. Jackson, Dei.aAsaAn
Thos. M. Robinson.
T. N. Poullaini & Son, Dcl.aAacn C
.. Pleasant M. Tidwell.
W. E. Jackson, Dca aAtc'a
Pleasant M. TidwelL.
l eti Mor1Decla. in Attacha'nt a
Pleasant M. Tidwell.
TH 11E Plaintiffs in the above eases having this day
I tiled their Declaration~s in my Office, and nectit
er of the Defendanits having either wife or attorney
known to reside within the limits of this State, onb
whom copies of said Deelaratioits with, roles tonlplead
can he served : On motion of Mr. aORAa-r, A ttor
ney for Plaintiffs, Ordered, that said sDefendants .
app~ear atid plead to said declaratlons within a year
anid a day from the date hereof, or in default there
of, judgment will be awarded against them. C
T. G. BA CON, c. a. n.
Clerk's Office, Oct 7, 1851. ly 38 f
Whiskey, Rumn, Brandy, &c.
[Go B3ARRELS Rectified. Monongahela and Mil
UUclr's Old Rve WHISKEY,.
New .Englnd and Jamaica RUM,
American atnd Holland GIN,
American and French BRlANDY,
Madeiras, Tenuriff'e and Mahiga WINES,
Peppermintt, Cinnanmont and Perfect Love COR- ~
LEMON SYR UP, by the Gallon or Bottle. n
Irish and Scotch WHISKE Y,
Cidler and White Wine VINEGA R, ri
Pint, IHalf-pint and Quart FLA SKS, C
Wine. Leimion Syrup and Porter BOTTLES, c
DEMIJOHNS, all sizes.
-E. HODGES, AoEN'r.
Nov 29 tf 46
A LL those having any demands against the
Estate of Clark Swearingen, dec'd., are re
quested to hand themt in properly attested, and all
thtose lindebted to said Estate are requtested to make
MOSES SWEARINGEN, Ex'or.'
Jan tf 51
A LL persitms indebted to the Estatte of 0. Towles,i
- - d ee'd., will litke payment before return day, a
or they will fintd their notes. and accounta in the
hands of an Attorney for collection.
II. M. SCURRY, Admior.
Jan 4 it 5
LL pectinha ihdebted to the Estate of D. C.
lSmyly, De'd., arc requested to make payment
by return day, or they may expect to pay cost.1
Those having demands will present them duly at-a
J. C. SMYLY, Adtdr,
BOARDING AND DAY 80OOL I
Rev. N. ALDRICH, Principal.
Ma. STUCKLER, Paor. or Music, FauxcM, &d
Man. J. MeCLINTOCK, TEACuE1 OF P1 MA1y
THE TE ACHER of this Academy grate
fully acknowledge the liberal patronage they
have enjoyed for the past year. They exceedingly
regret that the inconvenience of their Rooms has
hitherto affurded them no opportunity for a publio
examination of their Scholars. It is with pleasure,
however, they announce the speedy erection of a
large and convenient building. A suitable lot has
already been procured and arrangements are in pro
gress for the immediate commencement- of the
building which will be hastened to completion.
The School will then be furnished with all the no
cessary apparatus for facilitating the Scholars in the
various Departments of Study, and the public are
nasured that no pains will be spared to place the
School on an equal footing with any-in the State.
The exercises of the School will be resumed on
MONDAY, January 3d.
Terms of Tuition the same an formerly.
It is desirable that the Scholars begin with the
rpening of the Session, particularly such as intend
to commence the high branches of study.
The Teachers hold themselves in readiness to so
ommodate the Scholars with Board at the usual
prices, $10 per month.
Dec 29 tf 50
VALUABLE REAL & PERSONAL
Estate For Sale!
ON TUESDAY the 15th
February 1853, owing to
loss of vision, and conse
quent inability of my Fath
r to manage his domestie affairs, by his direction,
Nill be sold, at his present residence, in Lexington
District, the following dtscribed property.
His well known Mills, on Lightwood
,reek, with about Twenty-five Hundred (2500)
teres of Land attached, as appears from a recent
e survey, made by Mr. Sampson Duffle.
The Grist and Saw Mill, both being in ood run
ng orJer, on a never failing stream, within two
niles of navigation for rafts, a fair inducement is of
red to a purchaser wIshing to engage in the Lum
ecring or Flour;ng business, as the water power is
ell adapted to either; and the Land heretofore
ultivated, has long been known to yield fair gramin
Also, three other small Tracts, containing about
rwo H und red and Fifty (250) Acres each, original
y in one Gnant, but since laid oat Into suitable Lots
6r small settlements, near the head of Little Black
,reek, aid aljoining lands belonging to Aaron
raylor, formerly a part of the same survey;-snd
a his has proved productive and capable of yield
ng fine provision crops, the other three Lots being
if the samne quality of soil, must be ;hewise valus
Lmong whom can be found .\illers, Sawyers, Wag.
oners, and others capable of doing house or Plan
Also, Iorses, Mules, Oxen, Cattle, flogs, Corn,
'odder. Peas and Vines, Floor, Potatoes, House
old and Kitchen Furniture, Farming implements,
Ilacksmith's Tools, Road Wagti, Timber and
lantation Carts, and sundry articles too tedious to
TFR.xs.-The Land aid Negroes will be sold on
credit of one, two and three years-interest and
ne-third of the principal payable antinally. The
urchaser being required to give bond and two or
ire approved securities, and for the. Land, a
fortgage of the Premises. For all other property
mouting to $5, a note -and interest, payable in
elve months, with approved security, And for
i sums under $5, cash on delivery of the pro rty.
The foregoing terms not being complied with, for
ny property bid off, athe -.ame will be re-sold, and
de person so failing to comply will be held bound .
>make good any deflecncy between the latter and
Maj. Walter Quattlebum or the UndersIgned, will.
how any of the propertrif sta~ble application be
ide. 'AttL QUAITLEBAUM.
Pinaria,..Jan 10> 5. t 52
BY :Virtue of sundry writs of Fekri Facias
to mue directed, Ishall proceed to secll a%-.
ldgefield. C'our 60'se/in thiit irM~n'&t~
lowing propert, in th~ iloimg eases, viz:t
M. L Bonham,- . M. Burt and others,'seen
ities, vs. John' Hill. : Six Trunks containing
undry articles toE tediotis to enumerate, 2 Bed
iteads, oneC fine Matsonie Regalia, &c. &c.
Charles P'rice for Levi G. Holloway vs. Joel
.IHill ; John 11il1 vs. Joel P. 11111, one negro boy
James A. Dlevore rs. John R. Wecver, Sam'i
rooks, bearer, vs. The same, Various other
aintiff's, vs. The same. The tract of hland
here the defendant resides, containing five
undred acres. more or less, adjoining lands of
lenjamin Biettie, James Swvearingen anti others.
Levi G. Holloway, vs. Wtn. Strom, Sr., Sam'l
'Strom and Edward Boyd. A traict of land
ontaining three hutndred acres, ntore or less,
djoining 'anzds of L. Reynolds, Washington
trom and others, the property of the defend
nt, Vi. Strom, Sr.
Martin McCarty, va.-Wm. McCarty, Th~e'tract
f land where the defendant resides, contining
no hnandred and sixty acres, more or less.,
R. J. Hlankinson, vs. Johni S. Randall. A tract
f land containing two hnndred and fifly-two
eres more or less, adjoining lands of Joseph
:osnaham and David Powell.
Matheney & Bewley, vs. WViley Pardue: The
rat of land whore the defendant resides, con
uinn one hundred and five acres, more or l-s
djoinm!g lands of JT. Walker, Jaines Powell and
John Cothran, vs. Lu. 3. Hlamilton. T1he tract
f land where the defendant resided, 'uat tihe
ime of his death, containing three hundred
res, more or less, adjoining Iands of Jan. M.
arrison, John Irvin and others.
John Cothra-:, vs. J. P. Anderson ;Samuel
'errin, vs. Thme same. The tract of land where
ue defendant resides, containing three hundred
rs, tmpre or less, adjohnn lands of WViley
'immerman, Daniel' Minor and others.
Dvid Westbrook, vs. usseI IH:rdin. A tract,
f land containing seventeent acres, more or less,
djoining lands of Dr. daiphin, David West-.
rook and others,
John Cothran, vs. C. WVeatherington ; The
me, vs. The same. One tract of land contain.
ig five hundred acres, more or less, adjoining
mds of Henry Quattiebum, Hugh Mosely and
thers, Alao, eleven negroes, vii: Joe, John,
lomond, Sally, Jane, Ltiey, Lucinda, and her
LEWIS JONES, s. g. 3. D.
Jan. 12. 4t52.
Y Virtue of a writa of Fieri Facias, to
me directed, I shall proceed to sell-at
dgcield Court House, on the first Monday and
'esday In Feb'y. next, the following property,
ithe following cases, viz:
Charles McGregor, bearer, vs. James M. Har.
son; Various other Plaintiffs vs The Samue,
io Negro Man Dick and one Woman Blolin,
n Bay Horse, two Mttles, one pair of Oxen,
n Ox Cart, and one two Horse Bnusy.
John B. Harrison, bearer, vs John 'Richard.
an, one Negro boy Jack.
Goodle & Sullivan l's 3Ml1ledge B. Wever, one
legro boy Cesar.
L2WVIS JONES, s. L.b.
an 18 185 0 3t 1
E'~ HOSE indebted to the tstatt. tif Johxn It.
.Martin, due d.1 are hereiby notified to make
yment by Saleday tiext, a the estate is about ben
g closed up; and those having demands will pre'
ut themt in due form by that time.
HI. T. WIGHT?, o. E. D.
Ordinary's Office, Jan 12 4t 52
Read aknd Take WVarniing.
~1lSE indebted to the Undeksigned, "eIther~ by+
I. Note or Account, are herb imformed' thqe
miess the settle by lReturn Day, te will,indise~
riminately, have to pay cost. I am hupder
noney adwill be compelled to puirsue the hobove
method in order to keep from being sUed. 8~a
[1euies, conme forward and pay up, witbetd~q