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Oorrespondenwe of the Advertiser,
IIAMBURG, Nov. 26.
Co-rro.-Our market for the past week has been
depressed, and prices very irregular. The week
however closes with rather a better feeling, and a
demand at futler prices than prevailed in the rirst
and middle part of the week. We quote sales 64
to 81-strictly choice 9 cents. D.
TnE following persons have paid up to the time
nffixed to their names:
Levi Lybrand, to 4th May '54.
Dr. J. N1. Trotter, to I Ith Sept. '54.
John R',inehart, to 9th Jan. '55.
Wesley Culbreath, to 16th Oct. '54.
?anuel Webb, to 2d Feb. '55.
A DeLoach, to 9th Feb. '55
A. 0. Gaskin, to 1st Jan. '55.
Nathaniel Riley, to 26th Dec. '54.
Benjainit Still, to 6th March '55,
James St:ll. to 15th Feb. '55.
Elias 'MeCartey, to I Ith Feb. '55.
William Edwards, to 7th Jan. '55.
Benjamin Etheredge, to 6th March '55.
J. W. Adams, to Ist July '54.
S. W. Gardner, to 1st Aug. '54.
N. M. Bird, to 17th January '55.
John W. Ierrin, to 16th Aug. '54,
W. K. Seigler, to Ist January '55.
James MeCreless, to 2d Feb. '55. i..
)avid Seiglor. to 9th March '55.
T. W. Lewis, to 23d January '55.
Dr. A. J. Creighton, to 9th March '55,
E. N. Bartley, to 25th January '55.
Col. David Denny, to 8th September '54.
M. Ston', to 18th May '55.
Hugh R. Williams, to 8th September '54.
J. H. White. to 4th March '55.
James C. A dams, to 8th March '55.
William S. loward to 4th March '55.
W. B. Bush to 4th January '56,
J. II. Fair, to 3d March '55.
John Curry, to Sih Feb. '55,
T. L. Shaw, to 8th Feb. '55.
Luke M. Smith, to 20th Feb. '55.
rhumasCarson, to 13th March '55.
Daniel Prescott, to 9th January '55.
B. G. Ryan, to 2d March '55.
William Bouknight, to 25th October '54.
Dr. N. Merriwether, to 25th January '55.
Rev. C. B. Walker, to 9th Feb. '55.
Ilenty Ilowad, to 18th lay '54.
-W. F. Prescott, to 6th Mtarch '55.
'Thoias Ryan, to 6th March '55.
Capt. E. W. Perry, to 19th October '54.
1. F. 3Mays, to 3d July '54.
.John Mobley, to Sth Feb. '55.
.Julius Bledsue, to 16th January '55.
J. S. Shadirach, to 9th Feb. '55.
John Rush, to 10th Nov. '54.
Col. R. G. 1. Dunovant, to 7th Aug. '54,
51. B. Whittie, to 3d Feb. '55.
Francis Devlin, to 8th 'March '55.
P. P. Self, to 3d January '55.
13. L. Youngblood, to 4th Iny '51.
])avid Payne, to Sih January '55.
James B. Harrig, to 10th July '54,
Chesley Wells, to 20th Dec. '54.
11. C. Culbreath 1st March '55.
W. Wheeler, to 8th January '54.
Charles Carter, to 8th Njaei '55.
.Sallatt & Danmm, to Sth Mlarch '55.
JKufus Ilolly, to 13th September '55.
E. J. Lake, to 8th March '55.
Felix Lake, to Sth February '55.
}laj. Josiah Padgett, to 6th March '55.
Wmt.111ll, to 8th Mlarch '55.
.,J. W. M1aynard, to 8th birch '55.
G. WV. Kary, to 1st July '54.
31rs. A nut Bussey, to 8:h Mlarch '55.
W. S. Peterson, to 8th Mlarch '55.
.J. W. Stokes. to 8th Mlarch '55,
James Edwards, to 9th Mlarch '55.
S. 3M. Dean, to 3d A ug. '5.
A. Tr. Ilodges, to 21st dannary '55.
%'.thaniel Ilenderson, to 1.0th July '54.
C. 11. Ihmlett, to 20th July '54.
L. W. Barnes, to 'Jth Sept. '54.
-T hon.as Stone. to 2-4th .January '55.
Framnk Williams, to 24lth Januatry '55.
S. E. Freeland, to 6th Mlay '35,
A. J. Wise. to Sth It archa, '55.
Chesley Wells, to 9th .January '55.
Judge Robert Mounroe, to 8th M1arch '55.
James S. Iharrison, to 12th December '5.
To be continued.
Religious Notice !
THE next Mlinisters' and Deacons' Conference of
the Second Division of the Edgtefield Baptist Asso
reistion will be held with the Fellowship Church on
Ifriday before the 5th Sabbath in December nuext, to
ineet at 11 o'clock, A. 151.
Elder JOIns TRurr to preach the introductory
,Sermoni. Elder J. F. PETr~rsos, Alhcenate.
1st subject of discussions-The importance of
.Sunday Schools in Churches.
Elder Jons~ TEAr? to write an essay on the imn
portance of~ Churches enforcing the discipline otf the
The discussion on the special duties of Deacons,
sto be further considered at our next Conference.
- ROlIrT. UR Y AN, Sr*., Clrk
tile aj Institution,
EJ)GEFIELD C. Hi.
rf IIE Ettereises of this Itustitution will be recoin.
Imeneed Ont the SECOND 5MONDAY ip
J. GREEG LE,!TWER, P1msc;rAL.
Nov 29 5t -16i
A T E AC1ER is wanted .to take charge of ,tai
,Z School at hlorn's Creek Church. No tone needl
appily uttless he can-comec well recommnended.
JOllN F'ALR 5rust"'s.
Nov 29 3t ___ 46
Pomaria Nurseries, 1854--'55.
A CH OICE collection of PE ACII, PEA R, (botht
of standards and. dwarfs) PL UlS., N ECTA
EiNE APRIICOT, QUINCE and Fl(0 Trees.
Also, Ten Thousand A P' L E T R1U ES, eubra.cinig
250 varieties, for sale at red uced prices by the bun
Choice GR1APE VINES. Rare JROS.ES, of the
pewest sorts, enmbracing l'JQ varie~ties. Deautiful
EV ERGRIEENS, &c.
(3 Priced lists sent to all post patid applicants.
Addiess SU.3131ER & GILAMMO1310),
Nov 29 6t 46 Alstoin, S.C.
T IIE law regures fthe Ordinary to keep his 0,fliee
open only op louid.ays .and Fridays, except
during the mnonth of Jatn.utary. Notice is hereby
.given that I will attentd it'netually in tmy Otliee ont
these days andI persons hiavintg business niibthime,
arc requested to comle on those days wheniconveni
,ent, and they will always find1 tne at my po.st.
i.1. T.W l~j.r~1,.9. E. .0.
Nov 2 . St 46
ALL persons h'inin anty demands againist the
- Estate of .Johmn 11errin, dee'd., are reguested
Io render themr in by the first December next, duly
attested, and those indebted to tire Fst.tec will make
payment by that time, as longer isduilgep~ee <:anot
be elven. W Vl. 310BL EY, Adau'or.
Nov 29 ~ tf 46
F ROMI the Subscriber sometime last summer, a
Black and White spoutted COW. Any infer
piition left at this Oficee will be atankfully received
by theSbscriber. JO11 LY ON.
Nov 29 3t 46
JU[.ST received a suppily of ChIOICE BACON
SID ES, SIlOUL IERS and 11AMbS, for sale
pheap for Cash. G. L. PENN, Aoax-r.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
,n A. RANSOM, AGENT for R. M. FUL
I LER, Hamburg, S. C., has now on iand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Which he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that
Ntnnot fail tu please; and would respectfully invite
itie attenstiotn or his customers and all in want of
Goods to an examination of his Stock, among whiuh
6vill be flund
Rich Brocade SILKS,
Fiaured, Plain, Black, Gro de Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Mlarceline and Sarcunett do
All wool DeLaines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 cts.
Solid Colored Persian DeLaines, various shades,
Highland Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Saque Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and A merican Ginghams, from 12 to 25e
English and American Prinits, all qualities,
do do Furtatine, do
Ladies Colored Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas
of the latest styles,
Black and Colored Shawls, various qualities,
Gauze and Welsh Flannels, warranted not to
Bleached and Brown do various qualities,
R:clardson's undressed Irish Linens,
Bleached and Brown Table Damask do. from
50 to $1,25,
Bird's Eye and Scotch Diapers, all qualities,
lluckaback Towels and Towelings,
Furniture 1)imity and Fringes,
Drab Modno, for Skirts- larsales do
Ladies' Missscs and Children's lloslery & Gloves
do Linen Cambrio Handkerchiefs,
do Worsted S!eeves,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets,
Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do.
Largu Lot of Negrro Blankets, very cleap,
Cassineres, Satinets, Twecdi and Kentucky
Jeans, all qua!ities.
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', lisses and Children's Shoes, good as
ortatment, with a great quantity of other Goods
suitalle for the season.
U Orders solicited and faithfully executed.
m11nmburg, Nov 2 tif 46
New Fall and Winter Goods,
I D. LALLERSTEDT, has received at
Jo the Corner of Globe Hotel, Au2usta. Ga., a
Rich Broeade and Figured SILKS,
New and elegant styles Plaid do
Sttalled Clecked Canton SILKS, for Children,
Ca.,limere DcECOPE and -1uslin DeLANE,
English and French MERINOS,
Lupin's BOMWAZINE and ALPACCA,
Paris saque and Opera F L ANNELS,
Sgotch GINGIA M'S and P RINTS,
Needle worked BASDS and COLLARS,
CHIMESETTS and lJNpRSIEVES,
Heistielied and Reviere llandkerehjefs,
Jaconet and Swiss TRIMMINGS,
Linen and (otton SHEETIN ,
B!cachaed and lrown SHJIETING,
Table Linen, satin Danask,
Large Stock of Negro BLANKETS,
Bed and M :na do
Georg;a PLAINS and OSNABURGS, &c.
Mf The prices and styles of the above Goods
are.warranted to snit, to which he invitts atjfention.
Atnginsta, Nov 28 4t 46
T H1E Subscribers invite the attention of their
customters and the public generally, to tl:r
Stock of Groceries,
Just received at the Corner, one door above the
CA R OLN \A IIOTEL, at the stand formerly oc
-uIpied by Messrs. L.%ata & ]BecaCaAsrIan, consisting
it part of
10 1I lids. . Orleans and Muscovado SUC ARS.
75 bhis. Stuarts Relined A. C. -n4d A. Crushed
SUG AR, beautiful article,
60 Bags iio COFFEE, No. I article,
20 " Laguira "
25 lbls. .No. 4 M1ACKER EL,
5 kits Nko. I "
20 Ilhad<. W. I. AMOL ASSES,
200 libIs. N. 0. SY R!JlP,
20 Cases N EGRO S11OES,;1 sils,
~5 J bis, " Gibson's Eagle" Wil1jsKET,
2-> - Otar'.s Old lRyo '
25 " 0. K.
25 " Pikes Mnagnol:a
'5" N. E. IttM,
50t Coils Weaver's best ROPE,
BAiGGING and TWINE.
NEGRO BTANKETS, KERSEYS, OSNABURGS,
A ndl all kitnds of I ),,mestie Goods usually kept in
ur line :all of which we will sell as cheap as thtis
'arket wrijI afford; ;mad we will pay as liberal prices
r Cotton anid other Produce as atay body else in
he mtatket. BE WLEY & SM'T
Sllatbrg, Nov 25 41 t
Fine Groceries, &c,
IIHE Under-ignted infortts his ftrietnds and thec
Jtrading public generally that lhe has just re
~eived the liollowinig articles, in addition to his-al
ready large Stock of Groceries, to wyhichi he in-yitgs
20 doz. i lb. English SIUSTA CDJ
20 " i lb. - -
1 "' yt. sr'indOY~STFRS,
1 "& g & OYSTERIS. in eases.
Spice, Pepper. Ginger, Saleratus, Soda, 2. &,c..,
ust recejved next doo~ to A. Laeyy, and orpposite
he 4iteriean hlotel. El. L. GENTR Y.
]l.:n)Jburg, Nov 2J tf 4
A dmi~nistrator's Sale.
BY Virtue of an Order from 1I. T. Wright, Oj
1dinary of Edgetield District, sye will proeced
o sell tat the late residence of Johni C. Allen, 4edd.,
in Wednesday the 20~th Decemtber, all thc persontal
Estate of said deceased, consisting of
Yifty-one Likl7y Negroes,
Crao of Corn, Cotton, Wheat, Oats, Fodder, [~cas,
&e. Also,, Statek of llotses, .\lbs, Cattle, llogs
ad Sheep, tite Carriagte. otne Buggy, three Wag.
ras, one Cart, J3;ie%.ithl atnd Plantation Tools,
I usehold ad i.,e!;en Furniture, Ae. Aiso, one
ITaS.-Twelge a~otnths .cred it-itterecst fromt
1inte---wit It note andl ap.proved securities, foir all sumis
ibve ten dollars; of and unade~r thiAt au~ount. #b
ictfore delivery of property.
Nov 22 :at 46
Ad iitao e Sale,
BY atn torder from, II. '1. Wright, Orditnary .of
.LEdgeield ] istriet, I wi:l sell oni Tuesday the
1~tht day oaf D~ecem~ber tnext, at the late resideance of
Jesse d ennings, dlee'd., the following piroperty, viz:
Twenty-Two Prime Negroes,
Stok of IHorses. Cattle, Crop of Corn and Fodder,
lousehold atnd Kitlcen Furniture, with miany te
urticles tusually foutnd on aplttin
Tenu-A redi oftwelve mtonthis, except for
sums undIer live dullars, whticha will be reqjuired in
csh. Pua chasers giving ntotes witht atple securi
Ul~' Sale to commenee at 10 o'clock, A. M. in
order to tintish in one day.
JO11N J. JENNIGS, A dm'or.
Nov 29 3t 46
A LL Persons ittdebted .to the Estate of Jeremiah
Seigler, or~ 1tbt of WVarren F. Winn, deo'd.,
rare hereby notifiedl to atiake pironmpt paymnent; and
tose havret ais agiit eithecr Estate, will pre
siett tem forthiwitha for. payntent i~ due form.
DA yl) SEIG L$R.,
Elx'ors of Jeremtitih Seigler.
Nov 29 3m 46
A LL Personts.inadebled to the Estate .of P.aniel
- mtii dee'd., arte )aereby warned to itke
paymnct by or before theo first of Janary next.; and
thosec havjing deaanadsazgtast said |Atate will please
preseat thtemi properly attestgd as soon as possible.
J.. P. AllCK LE , ?- Ex-'ors.
C. .SMI'fil. *4
Naov 29~ 5t" 46
ERSONS; whto have been diy appuinted Cap
taitt Piatrol, itt the Edgefield Beat Company,
ad htave not served, nor appotnted substitutes tat
thcir place, ntor made a regular returnt, will be re
turned to the Court aatial. By order of
W. 31. L ANDR.UMJ,.Capt.
Joan M. COoasunt, Clerk.
m.ov -a ont
J. SIBLEY #SO1M
GROCERS AND .COTTON
H AMBURG, S. C.
R ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inforin
their old enustomers anl the Planters gentrally
that they are sitill to be found at their Old Stand,
and are paving the 11 1EST .AIA RI ET l'RICE
for Cotton anl other Produce t, and have in Store,
and are daily receiving a MOST COMPLETE assort
-AMONG WHICH 31AY BE FOUND
20,000 Yds. Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
200 Coils Iflemup and Rls:sian ROPE,
200 Un.'gs COFFEE, lIio and .laa,
200 1Bils. Superior anal Reluied SUCARS,
25 lihds. .luseovalo and IN. 0. di.
11tt Bbla. MOLASSES,
3,000 Sacks SALT,
25 BEDSTEADS. sonme of them Faney,
25 Boxes supirior CH/EESE,
A splentlil assortment of BLANKETS anld
An assortment of Sadailes and 6rilcs, Cimirs,
Pepper, Spice, Linteed, Lamp and Tan
ners Oil, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
Shirting and Yarns, and in fact everything usually
found in a Grocery Store.
=1 MD a W U Q9 =B 3
W TE take this imeaus to inform our Custoners
and the Planters generaliy, that we are not
connected with any other house, and only have one
Store, which is the Brick Corner. formarly occu
pied by .Josiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Ilaiburg, Nov 28 tt_ -16
State of South Carolina,
Charles Wise, John C. Payne, 1
Geo. Barney Payne, Eiiza
beth Tait and others, Partiin.
John Wise Carter, Chas. Car
ter, Rudolph Carter and others.
)Y Virtto of an Oider from the Court of
.1) Equity in this case, I will proceed to sell
at Edgetield C. H., on the first iomndav in Jan
uary next, the following ieal estate, of which
Mr'. Elizabeth Carter was seized and posbe-,sed
at the time of her death.
Tract No. 1, containing eight hundred and
ninety-six acres, more or less, situate in the Dis
trict and State aforesaid, lying (an Ilie n aters of
Little Horse Creek, and bounded by inds of
Albert Ramnbo, John 31orris and others. On this
Tract there is a valuable site for a Factory
abundant water power, &c.
Tract No. 2, containing five hundred and fif
teen acres, situate as the above, and adjoiting
lands of John Mari and of the estate of John
Tract No 3, conlaining six hundred and eigh
ty-seven acres. situate as above and adjonimng
lands of John Wise, John Alarsh and others.
These lands will be sold for one-third en.l,
the balance payable in twelve moniths front day
13onds aind good securities required to secure
th.e purchase money.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Plats of the land will beexhibited on the day
of sale. A. 1311INS, C. E. E. D.
Nov 29 5L 46
State of south Catrolina,
Dempsey Aorgan and others,
Whitfield Morgan and others.
Y Virtue of an Order from Chan. Ai:D.
LAW, I nill sell at the phmtaiati belongilg
to the children of Evan Mirg:m, dee'd., at pu b
lie outery, ott Tuesday thu 2nd day of January
next, the following real and personal estate.
A Tract of Land ,ituate in the District and
Sta e aftores-id, containing six hundred acres,
more or IJss, antd adjoiinig lainda of Tindy
Burktaltjr, N2wA.' Wlhita, L- 1. Cochran aiad
Also, the foilowiing Ne~grn slay'e, in wit;
San, Ababa, Fannty, Vioalet, Gecorge, Edintmn,
Crajine, Wasiniigton., Natncy and Peter.
TIEmis-The abore unegrue~s will be sold on a
redit of onie year Iroim the day of sale. The
land be sold( i'n twot separate Tiracts, (phlats of
which will be exhbited tai the day of salh-) ott
a credit of otte aind two yeatrs, except Us tot St
muchel as will dteframy the co.-ts aif the tuit , wi hiebl
are to be patid ini cashl. Punrchtaers to give botnd
wilt gotad surety to secture the punrch.--e mfontey.
[:. Any persoit desirons of meeinig theC aboave
prperty will be obliged by callitng otn .Mr. Thtts.
Morgani or Littieltury Cebrant. Esai.
State ot so)uth Callina,
EDGIFIE 1.1 DILtlICTJ.,
B Y HI. T. WltlGi'T, E.al, Ordinaury ofIEdge:
Whiereams, .Johni Datvis has applied to me for
Letters of Admtirustrmation., on allI and Simn.tthar
tte goods tand chuattjes, tights atnd credlits of
Kitdred Rt. H-arvey.. lite ox the District ar?
Thse are, thtenfore, to eite and adimontish all
and sitinlar, the kintdid and creditors of the
said decased, to be ;t;d tppeatr before meo, at
our niext Ordintary's Coturt for thte satid District,
to behohd.a at Edgefield C. H., on the 11th
day of )e .tnext, to shiow cause, if aity, why
the said adinitstration shioultd not be granttedh.
Givent under mty hanid and seal, this 25th day
of Nov. in the year of ottr Lord onte thioutsatnd
eigt hundred anid lifty-four, atnd ini the 7.0th
year of Amjerican I ndepetandee.
11. T. WIGHUT, O.E. D.
Nov, )______ 2t 4
N'NTJ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ED(EFI ELI) D)ISTICTl.
By YI. . WILiI'1'l, Esqtiire, Ordintary of~
Whlereas Barnab~as Kreps has.' mxapied to
n for Letters of Adiistrattian, omdalI and
singular the goods andt ebiat.als rightis anid cred?
*s f~ Andrew EL~rp., late of the Djstdect afore
TIhese are, lherefore, to cite atnd adjtonish; all
ad singukr, thec kindred atnd creiditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear bcfoare toe, at
our next Ordinary's Coutrt far the said District,
tm be holden at Edgelieldi C. IL. ott the lIti day
of Dicaember niext, t o showv cautse, if anyt), why
the said admtinistrattion shoutld tnot he granited.
Given Ltnder tmy hanmzd antd seal, this 27th day of
Nor., in the year if our Lord otte thouisandt
eight hundred atnd lifty-four and itt the seventy
tinth year of American Intdepenidecs.
11. TI. WRLIGIlT, Q. IE. D,
Nov 29 * 2r, 6
State of s?outh Carolina,
OTICE is herebiy given to Ar.tmas .Taanes,
..Lewis .1 ones, Jamtes .ioites, Bryanit A sbill nald
tis wife sophiia, d ohnt Tr. Mlitchell anal his wife Alary
litchtell, to appear befoare ttea in imy O$)jec at Eadge
held . 11., ott Friday the 1 9tht day of .Janit:ury next,
(185) to provc itt due form~ f' lom thte his W tl
anl Testatmeut of Lewis Asbill, late of Edgetield
Distrt deceased. Given uttiter mty hantzd aind at
ty ofice, this 11th day of Octoiber 185..
Oct 19 Ii i3 i m'M d
Boot and Shoe Notice--A Dun,
T O all whio are itndebted to mte, etiher by note
or accounit, I nnmw trespecttylly' ad earnestly
a ~peal fair assistantce ; atnd htaple thamt alli will cotte
forward tad settle up ott or befare saile ay ini De:
friends and custaamers, it will by utterly inipesible
for ie to caittiniue busitiess. Aluney is w.4i"ced.
a inotey muitst be had. W.\).'Alef YUY
Nov 16 :;t ____
LLU Persons indebted to the Estatec of James
..Y.edell, dlee'd., are requestAed to umake pay
nient forthwithI to the Undtaersignetl, tad aill pecrsonts
vittg dettmads against the Estate, mre requesated tv
iand thtemu.,iy propetrly attesteud to the Uadenmign:-d.
J. II. YELD)Elkf~ Ex'rs
J. L. TA LUtltTJ.
NEW FALL DRY GOODS.
CORNER OPPOSITE LOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
/ LLER & WARREN, will offergreat
v indneenents to their friends and custoners
this season to purchase their FALL and WINTER
They de not pretend to say they ha, e the richest
ani largest stock ever olered in this ety, that they
have better taste in their selections, or possess supe
rior advantages over their neighbors ; Ist they have
certainly the richest and most elegart stock they
ever had in store.
-IN DRESS GOODS
They have Rich Satin Striped Plaid SILKS;
Iich Ileavy Crocade Col'd do.
UlIk. Satin Striped rlaid and Watered SILKS of
new and beautiful styles;
Plain lIed SILKS, and Plain rIo.
'Veh Ptinted Fr. CASIIMERES and DE
11autiful small fig. DELAINES, for misses'
1'ain French M3RINOS and CASUMERES,
of every shadte;
sup. tine Blk. Fr. BO3BAZINE:
CHALLE and DELAINES;
MlINTILLA, TALMAS AND CLOAKS
emibrachig every variety of patterns nd material,
from low-pricesl to thu richest and iii;hcst cust
EMBROIDERIES, comprising a large an]
iist elegant asiortment of Rich French Worked
Collars, Chemiizettes, Undersleeves, Stomnebers,
lilandkerohiefs, Infants' Robes and Worked Bodies.
Maltese Cillars, Chenizettes and S!eeves;
Welt Einbruidered Bands, of the latest styles of
Iie:Mtiful lit (if Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
Linen Cambrie len-st'ed liandkerchiefs, Mitts,
Black and Whike Silk Iosiery ; Alpaoa and Mo.
Ladies and M is!ses Hose, all sizes
a Silk and Merino Vests and Mlisses do.
-IN HOUSZE-EfING ARTICLES
'hev have an endless variety of TOIVE LLINVS
'A'BLE NiPKINS ald DOYLES;
12.4 L.inen and Cotton P!LLO IV CASE Goods,
TABLE CJ.OTJIS, all sizes, of the richest
.Damtask and Sniow drop.figures.
Freneli anti Enttlish CASSIMERES, BROAD
LOTHS, YESTINGS, TWEEDS, Welsh
FL.INNELS, and every other ai ticle kept .in the
Dry Goods line.
Persons visiting the City, can rely on finditg the
newest styles of Goods, and in riebness and variety
unsurpassed in any market, to which the r attention
is invited, as they will be offered at low preies.
A ugusta, Nov 25 tf 44
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
r 'J1 E Co-partnership heretofore existing between
HICHAIsON & MCDO..LO, is this day dis
solved by tiutual consent. All indebted will please
make iayiment to doJINs C. MCDONNALD, wlo is Uu
thriz.d to settle up the business of the Firin.
J. L. IIICHIAUI)SON,
J. C. McDONNALD.
Unaburg, November 9, 1851.
IJAV IXG purelumsed Mr. UsictrnsotN's.intetest
i the above Fi;rm, the Subscriber respeet
ftly inormns his friends tnd the public generally
that he iitenids to continue the sale of
Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
n the Town of l'amburg j and holes by keeping
constntlily on hand a full anlidhionatb!e assortmlitent
of Rteady-Made Clothing, &c., to receive a liberal
share of pattronage. The Planters of Elgelield and
the adjoining 1);stricts are specially invited t') ex
aine toy Stuck before trading elsewhere.
JOIIN C. .McIJONNALD.
Iiamburg. Nov 14 tf 44
B Y Virtuei of writs of Fieri Facias to me
directed. I shall proceed to sell at. Edge
field Court House, ott the first Montdav int
December next, the following property in the ful
lowing case, viz:
Jhn 1 1ill, Adm'or., -vs Willian Minor, Ono
Tract of~ Lanod cntaintitng three ticres, moure or
les, atdjoining lands of-C. 11. Coehtran, TL. S.
Cohrtn andi olitwrs.
Zahlariaha Claxtons vs. A rthtur Lott, John A.
v. Arthur Lott, Matrk Mathlis and inn. C. Hiar
rik Johmnson A. lalnd, Adm'r, vs. Arthur Lott,
tils vs. Arthur Lott, One tract of Landit eon
t'iintg (I 00) zeres more or les.s, adjoitnitng lantds
of .l;Ickon I holmes, Deriek Ifloiobbake, Isatat
Ungh antd othiers, levied oin ais the propiiy of the
dendiantt, Ar-thur Lolt.
Tlenms Cash. LE WIS JONE~S, 0. E. D.
Nov 9 4te .44
STiAT'E 01F SOUTII CAROLINA,
ms. F reign AIzachment.
Chas. T. hjirris.
.s. . Ir-'m, orcign At::tchiment.
XY Virtue of atn Order from the C.numrt of
) Comniii Pleas ttme dtt*.irected. I shtall piri
es~d to sell oin the first Miontday in Dicetnmber
text, 2.t Etdgefield C. II., on, Bay Mnietl, thte
proprty ,>f the Dcefettdant Charles Tr. harris.
LE.WIS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov..9 4te 44
STA'JE O1F'.80UTH CAROLINA,
W. B. Kemtp and wife Frances An
Permenlia Jlritt and others, Def'nts.
B Y Virtue of mu Order from HI. TI. WVrighlt,
, Esq., Ordinarty, I shall proceed4 to sell on
tte first .\onmday in De~emtbec text. at Edgefield
C. H., the reatl estatte of Jesse Litabacker, tder.,
conatin~~tg if one Tract, contaitting one htundred
and lif'ty-two (l53) acres, mtore or less, atnd tite
other Trawt conttaining one hundred and twety
live (i25) acres, more oir less, sit ntate itt Edge
ie~ld District, oni thIe waters of heatver Dam
Creek, antd bodnted by htnds of~ Seabunt Stal
na~er, .hnntes Catpeha~rt antd others.
TEl:~s-4 credit (it tweive months, wjlt
iterest frotp thte day of sale. The Purchtaser
to ive bond witht two atpproved stetnrities antd a
mo~rtgge of the premises to the O)rdina~ry to se
ctre tile tiurcha~se mtolovy. Costs to be paid it;
Cs. *LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov 9 4te d4
Thtos. IK. Collier, .)
Joseph Winshtip. _
BY Virt ue of the Writ of Fi. F'a. in ite fore.
.goig cac, I shtall ptoceed to sell otn Sat
rdly the 25ith November inst., at Freeland's
Store, one 45 Saw Gill, levied ott as thme propler
ty of Joseph Winshlip. Termts Cashi.
LEWVIS JONES, S. E. D.
Nov 9 4t-- le 44
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
Susan Bussey, A pplicatnt,
John and Sarah Butssey, Def'ts.
Y Virtue of an order from HI. T. Wrnight,
Ordinary of Edgehield District, in the above
sttd case, 'I shall proceed to stelI on tile first
Monday in, December next, at E~dgefichh C. II.,
the lads of' Johtn~ussey, dcidA., situate itt the
District afores~faid, containing one bund red and
twetv (12J) :lcres, and hounded bmy lands of
Gerge C. ligibertsoni, Richard Parke antd time,
Jtit of WVmt. Rolkertsont.
TiEjrMs--A pregjp isf'twelve months, except
osts whi~e4 m~p peg in ensla. Tljo pereltaser
will be requlirp4 .to i::# otd with amu pile secu-t
itly, and a tortgatgy of .te preJweJnt.v the .Or-.
dillay to separe th~e pechase .ppsiy..
Nov_13 4te 44
r IT E Room at present occupiedi by Mr.. Lid l11ll
..as a lDry Goods Store. in mty absence appilly
o J . A. Willianal). $- UiliSTfrIl
n..,. at f 50)
RIC DRY GOODS I
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
B EG to inform the public, that tirer Fall par
chases this season have been UNUSUALLT
LARGE, having been in the Northern marketi
over three months thiis Summer, where so many
large auction sales took place, (offering decided ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can confilently
say that our Stock is M UCH CHEAPER than th
like quality of'Goods could be obtained a few weeki
later, when the great body of Merchants went tc
Our desire, owing to the very short season thal
we will now necessarily have, is to dispose of thi,
large Stock. independent of profits, and we may
venture to say that we can offer as strong induce
ienits as any of our neighbors, if nut stronger.
In our I)1 SS GOODS ROOM1 will be found
tIe richest varieties of the Season, such us
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Mlack Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figured
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cent
per yard. worth 75 cents ;
Plain Ilack Silks, all wiltis, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watere1 and Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and !atirs ;
Figured, all Wool, Frenih Muslin DeLaines, 12J
cents, worth 50 ceits ;
French 3rerinos, very cheap;
Lrupins' best Boribazine, excueedingly lowI
B:aek Jamiese, a newpid very deAirablc all-Wool
Goods for mourning ;
Black Alpacens all qualities, some very fine and
low priced ;
ihmtil'as, Cloaks and Talnis of the very latesi
F1 enieli styles, exceedingly cheap;
Crate, Cashrnnei'c ai Woollen Shawls
Eibroideries of ail kinds, of the mrost elegani
Ribbons for the lillion, fine bonnet and neck, 6G
cents a yard, worth -20 cents ;
Calieoes and Ginamairs, best styles, very cheap,
Duicstie Goods of' all kinds
B!ankets and Kerseys unusuaily low, and a greal
variety of other articles to which we would respeet
fully invite tire attention of tie public.
A ugusta, Nov 14 tf -14
NEW FALL GOODS!.
F ULL SUPPLIES !
AXTILLIAM SIBAR, Augusta, Ga., has re
ll ceived rroro New York Irs FULL4 SUP
PLIESof FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, cn
bracing a arge and splendid assortment suitable for
tIe FAll and Winter season, among whicb are
Rich Fancy co!ored Silks, of new and beautiful
Plain Black Silks, in great varlety of style, and
(if superior quality
Rielh Paris printed DeLaines, and Fancy of all
Lupin's colorcil white and black Merinos, and
1hri colored Del aines ;
A very large supply of small-figured, all-wool
prirted heLaines, for children, of new and beauti
Engltsh and American Fancy Prints, in a great
variety (if styles
Superior Scotch fancy Ginghams, of new and
beut.ful Winter stis Is;
Elegant French Embroid cries, enibracing La
dies' Collars, Cheinizettes, Undersleeves and I land
kerchiefs, of new and splendid'styles ;
Ladies' Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks and Tal
inas of tire latest styles;
Ladid~l Rich Eibroidered and Plain Paris Silc
A large supply of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
osiery, of tIe best make;
I.adies and Centlemnrt's Sup. Cauntlet Gloves;
Ladies' anil Misses' 31erirno and Silk Vests ;
Gentlemen's and Youth's Silk and Alcrino Shirts
Superior Welch Gauze, Saxony and Silk Warp
and 1Heavy Flanneis;
Superi'r Enlglish Colored Flannels, for Ladies'
English and Anr;erican Cottonl Flannelhs, of extra
A ve'rv lartge supply of Mlourning Gorody, foir La5
dies' use, oh sihlerior quialyi
Superior 1-d-4 Linen Shecetings anrd Pillow Case
Superior 8- 4 aind 10-4 Table and Damask Dia
pers, somec of extra qjuality;
Rich [Damrask Taibte Cloths and Napliins, some oi
Scotch anid Uird's E~ye Diapers, extra fine, for
I h'eiry Seotch Diapers arid Ilunrkabanks, for
Stuperior Wlitnesd 31erino Blankets of extrai
s:ze mind rquality:
Superior Crib Blankets;
Also, au greart variety of other serisonablec articles
si:rblc'e fo rrily amr' P;mtatain rise, Thre publ'e
are respectfu!ly inrvited to cail rand exainre tire mis
W. S. espeiilly siolicits a call from his long-eon.
tiruerd friends and partrrrns, anrd asunres thremr that
io exerttins on his panrt wiilI be waniting~ to sunpply
tremi with the latest and morst desirable styles oi
Gods, ait thre lowest prices.
A ugrustar, %Nov 141 tf 4
FEC.TilNER POSTPONEMEN TI!
I N Order to allow the Citize'ns if Augusta timri
to iiiaige irmple jppartioU fur tjie epulirng Exhni
bnitioni, tire Executive Commirittee oif thre "Southern
Central A gricultural Society,'" ha~ve firrally con
eenied to poistponle tire Fair until thre first 3lonrday
Th'ler'efore thre people of Geor'gia aind the adnjoin
ing States mre respectfully niotiried that thei Ninith
Fair of tire Society will positively be hetld at A ugus
ti, on 31ONDA Y, DECEMB1'FR 4Ith, 1854, ir
accorarce wihr the Rules arid Regulations Jer'etu
fore publishe d.d.. ~ S Sar
Nov 14 tf 44
Edgefield Mfale Academy.
I IAVE in hanrd thre accounts of thre Edgefiel~
Alarle Ae;:dremiy ragain'st piarents aund guardian's
who have partronrised thre hirstitutioni for the ptast
scolstic year. Al1 indrebted rme requoested tC
core f'orward art once arnd settle, that thre Tru-ters
maiy alsmo setule with their Tea:chiers. it is dle'irarbe
tht pnaymient be nide, at .thre furt'he~st, by the Jmth
Decmbter. G. A. ADD)ISON,
Treasurer Board of' Ti ustees.
Nov 10 3t 44
To the Ladies.
MRS. E. T. HAMILTON, taes a.
this mrethiod of' int'or'inrg tire Ladies of'T
Edgeield Village arid v'icinity, that shre hrasirm
millinery and Dreas.aking Business,
At tire Stmrre four';rerhly uccupiedh by IAlr~s. Unmyow.
Nov 10 if d14
The Daguerrean Car.
M R. LIGHI wouldl respectfully announce
if to thre Ladnies and Geintleimeni of Edgetield
aid vicinr.ty that Ire will be ready iy Mlonday the
:0thr inst., to fur'nishr rlt thrat miay faoer hrim witha
all, with ra CORRECT D AG UERREOTYPE~
LIK ENESS, in anry of tire dill'erernt styles they mayir
Wagon Yard !
r jlfE U~rndersigner'd takes tlyis jredthod of jnform
ing Iris cotrntry frienrds arid the publie gene
raly' that hre hnams opened a
Wagon' Yard and Stock Lot,
In the tonwn orf Hamnnburg, near tire Spnout Springs
at tre lar'ge andi eomm~rodious Stables where thn
Plarntrs hotel formrerly stoodl, where hre is pre
prred to accommnnodate W~agonrer's and Drovers )vitlI
everything wrynted ini their line.
1is Stables atnd Lots are in the hrightest atnd dri
est prt of tire T1ownr, and. conrvenienrt to .the best 0e
w vater-with these advnlumntages rind his persnalnr at
terton, hre hropes to receive ai liberral patronaige.
gf H e will ker p cornstarntly on hanird arid foi
sle it thre lowest marrrket prices, ar supply of Cqrnr
Fnder, &c., anid will also feed hrorses by tihe dany
week r morrrnh. F. M. FITS.
Iambrhn-g, S. C., Nov. 14, t 4
. LI' Personsr indebted to) thre Estate of Jrrcob B
l Smrit,previous to 1.4 January last, mre re
qu nestedh to marnke paym'nnenrt, and all hamvinig denmandn:
rgast thre sarme wi'll hand threm in pronperly attested
(JEO. A. ADD)ISOY.
Ag10 tf 30
To former Friends and Patrons;
s E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron
o age, would beg leave to inform the public that
lie is now receiving LARGE Consignments of
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials,
AND JIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
Sug a r%,
BROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF,
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
And all articles usually kept in the Family Grocery
Being Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
IIouses, one in New York and the other in Augus
ta, he is prepared to fill all orders for
TIECIP2 WI23%IES.' MO.
At the shortest notice possible,
As lie is acting as Agent only, lie would re
spectfully inform all that his business most be done
on the CASH SYSTEM ENTIRELY ; for 1.is low
prices and sniall commissions will not warrant ex
tension of time on Goods sold.
Ile is determined to sell Low, for Cash,
and hopes to merit a share of the trade. Conie one,
come all. and examine his Stock before purchasing,
-it is all lie asks.
r The butines will be conducted under the
name and style of S. E. BawEas, Agent.
Hamburg, Nov. 1, tf 42
New Fall and Winter Goods!
IIE Subseriber is now receiving his FALL
atid WINTER GOODS (at the Brick Store)
among whieh may be found
Rich Sathi. Plaid and Fancy SILKS, of the latest
and most fashiomable styles,
hIvich Figured, Phd and Plain DELANES,
Plain French and English MliRINOS,
Ladies' CLOAKS and MANTILLAS,
" Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
DERSLEEVES and CI EMlZETTES,
A variety of BONN E'TS and Bonnet RIBBONS
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
NEGRO SHOES AND BLANKETS,
OSNAD URGS and FACTORY STRIPES,
GRO0 E RE$,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.
To'gether with a large and well sel,-eted varIety of
oiler (oods, too numerous to mention.
a,' The pub!ic generally are respectfully solicited
to call and examine the above mentioned Stock be
fore purchiasing elsewhero.
B. V. BRYAN.
Oct26 tf 41
BY D. THOMIPSON SIMS,
CORNER OF RICHARDSON AND LAURE, STS..
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Nov. 2 4t 42
NcGREGOR k SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.4
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
311 riges of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
EZ" All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. II.L Jan 18 tf I
Warehouse a n d Commission
M'Y E l 0 m A 4N T,'
P ENE WS the tender of his services to the pub
1 lie, for the Storage and Sale of COTTON,
GRAIN, FLOUR, BACON, and all other country
prodnee. Purchase of Alerelhandize, and every
description of produce on orders. Will make cash
advances on shipmenis of Cotton to Savannah, Char
leston, Baltimore and New York; with the usual
cash advances on Cotton or other Produc in store.
Charges-customary rates of the city.
A ugusta. Sept I1 3m* 35
THIE Trustees lave engaged the services of Mir.
.L1AMES LESLY, of Abbeville District, for
the Slale Departnment, aind Rev. W. 11L CHRISTIE
for the Femailm Department. Mlr. C. will be pseisted
by ab'e instructors.
From the experience of' the present year, the
Trustees take pleasure iin recommeniding Mir. Cnmams
-riE to the public as a very competent aud Cnergetic
Mlr. Lnr-v is too well known In this and the ad
joining Distriets to reqjuire a single introductory re
mark fromi us. H,.. is well qua:iiied to give entire
Rates of Tuition.
First Class, Primary F epnrtment, per Sess'on $9,00
2nmd" ordlinairy English branches,..12,001
3Smd " higher Eniglish branches...1,00
4jth " Greek iad Rtomnan Literature wvithi
Extras-Drawing, Painting, French and4
Pupils arc charged from the timec of entering un
til the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The Schools will open on tljs firs; Monday in
January. being divided into two Sessions of five
II~ Two large buildings in addition to those al
ready near. will be ready to accunmmodate boarders
by the tirst of January.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy for 1855!
rp IIE Trustees of this Institugop tak~e pleasure
I.ii announieing to the phbie, thma they Jiave epi
gaged the services of Mir. GEO. GALPIJIN for
the ensuing year. .lis industry and ability aced
no conmmendaition at our hands.
Thus exercises of the Academy will commence on
MIONDIAY 15th January 1855.
Trerms, rates of Tuiwion, &c., same as hitherto ;
byt for paricular information, address Mir. G4.rgnzy,
at Loingmire's P. 0.. S. C.
W, IIARRISON, Chair'n.
Carpets and Curtain Materials.
VILLIAMT SHEAR, Aeouanr, Ga.,
'Vhas just received from liew York y large
Eniglish Brussels Carpets, of the beat quality and
of new and elegant styles;
English Velvet Carpets, of new and splendid
Extra Three Ply, Ingrain and Venetian Carpets ;
Rich Chenille Rugs, to match the Carpets;
Printedl Crumb Cloths in patterus and by the rd
Pich colored Damnasks and D~eLajnes, for Ur
tains, with Gimaps and Tessels to match.
Riah Jinmbroidered Iss and Muslin Curtains,
and some at very low prices
Embroidered Muslin, for 'Curtains, by the yard ;
Window Shades of beautiful styles;
Superior Furniture Dimnities and Fine Cotton
Gdlt Cornices, Cuutain Bands, and Brass and
Plated Stair Rods;
The Public are respectfully invited to call and ex
aminie the assortment.
A nuswta. Nov 1-4t 4
F I SK'S .
Patent Mdetalic Burial C0gses!
'PI ESE valuable air-tight and indestriustible Ca
.ses. for protecting amid preserving the Degd for
ordinar~y interment, for vaults, fur anpsportation, or
for any other idesirable purpose, are oifered for sale
in this Village, cheap for Cash, by
J. M. WITT.
-P. 5.-I have on hand an assortment of all sizes.
July 27 tf 28
Negro Blankets and Cloths.
UTILLIAM3 SlE.\R, A UgqLs5?, GA., respect
fully invites the attention of Planters to his
large supply of NEGRO 11CA NKETS ~ard Nif
GRO CLOTHIS, whi~ch lie is preparing to- sell at
very low prices.
Augusta, Nov 14 tf 44
Good Peach Brandy !
U tST received a largne supply of PURE OLD
PIEAC11 UR ANDY,
STATE OF SUUI'l ( ;l '
John P-1. Mealing.
B Y Virtue of an Order from the Court of Equity,.
for Edgefield District, in the above stated case
I will sell to the highest bidder, at the io,(,,f John
Mealing, in said District, on Tuesday the 12th De
cember next, the following property of David X.
Mealing, a Lanatie, to wit .
Five Negro Slaves,
Vit,; Charlotte and' her three children Jane, Geor
gia Ann an. Sam, and one slave Polly.
Three Horses, One lule, Stock of Cattle, and
1Ftock of Goods and* -erchandize.
TER.Ms.-A credit.of twelve mnonths, except as to
so much as will pay the costs of this proceeding ind
the proceedings in-Lunaey. Alsir, all sums of and
under $3- to be paid in oash. The purchasers will
be required to give note with nmple surety.
JOIN P. MlEALING, Committee.
Nov 22 3t 45
W E will sell at public auction, at the late resi.
dence of James Yeldell, deceased, on Tues
day the 12th day of December next, the following
property of said deceased,.to wit: Two Prime Ne
gvo Follows, Will and Sandy, One fine Sale
Horse, Lot of Sheep, and about Twenty Bales vf
Cotton of the present crop.
TEas.-A credit of twelve months from the
day of sale. Purchasers will. be required to give
notes with ample surety.
JASPER H1. YELDELLl Ex'mrs
JOSEPh L. TALBERT,
Nov 22 3t 45
Valuable Residence for Sale.
I WILL sell, by virtue of an order from H. T,
Wright, Ordinary, on the first Monday in-Jan
uary next, at Edgefield C. H., the real Estate of
Mrs. Ridley Gray, deceased, consisting of A FINE
DWELLING HOUSE and LOT in the Town of
TEnwa-On a-credit of twelve montbs--pureha:
sers giving their notes, and two approved suretie.
11. A. GRAY,
Admror. with tho Will annexid
Nov.14 4t 44
W ILL be sold at the late residence of Christi
ana Huiet, dee'd., four miles from Mount
Willing, on Tuesday the 12th December next,. all
the Real and Personal Estate of said deceased. The
Real estate consists of Two Tracts of VALUABLE
Tract go. 1, the " Homestead" of said decease4,
contains about Three handred acres, in a fine state
of eultivation, and adjoining lands of Allison De
loach, John C. Simhins, John Jennings and others.
Tract Po. 2 oontains Two hundred acres, forty
of which Is clear and mostly fresh, while the balance
is fine atd well-timbered woodland. Said Truct is
bounded by lands of John C, Simkins, Est of 1, B.
Bouknight and others.-The personalty consists of'
The Crop of otton, Corn, Oats, Fodder, a quanti
ty of Flour, Stock of Cattle, Horses and fogs,
Blacksmith and Plantation Tools, one Road Wag
goi, Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
TERMs.-A credit of twelve montlhs with interest
from date-purchasers will be required to give notes
with two approved securities. All sums of un4
under $10 cash. 0. D. H1IET, Ex'or,
Nov 9 5t 43.
DY Virtue of an Order from 11. T. Wright, Or,
.Lldinary of Edgefield Distriot, will be sold on
Wednesday the 13th Dec. next and days following.
all the personal estate of the late Col R. B. Bouk,
night, dee'd., at the residence of said deceased, thr"
miles from Mt. Willing, consisting of
Twenty-Eight Likely Negroes,
The Crop of Corn, Fodder, Cotton and Oats, e
quantity of excellent flour, Stock of Horses, M u!es,
Cattle, flogs and Sheep, ane Carriage, nearly new.
one Buggy, one Road Waggon, Blacksmith and
Plantation Tools, Household and Jlitehen Furii
ture, &c., &e.
Tains-Twelve months credit--itterest from
date-with note and approved seeuritIes, for all sun.s
above ten dollars ; of and wnder that sum eash, bet
'fore dalivery of property.
MAY OUgNIGET, Ad'os
Important to Farmers,
T HIS will iunfornm the Planters of Edgetield Dis
Itrict that we have lately bought fronm Mr...
T. & L. J. WArr the right of a very
Valuable Cotton-Seed Planter,
for the above named District. We will have an
A gent to exhibit the PL ANTER, and will sell in
dividual Rights and Mlachines on reasonable termts.
It opens the bed, drills the seed and covers it ;
and it is also excellent for drdliag Uatno or any
other Manure. The P!anter was Patented lint Au- 4
gust by the Messrs. WArr, and is said to be second
to none in the Patent Offce.
W. D. CALUOUN,
Oct 19 tf 40
Rich Dress Silks
AT A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
W, J7LL!AM SHEAJI, las just received fronm
NwYork, LADIES' R IC IL D RES S
S I L K S, of new and beautiful styles, whligh were
purhased at auction greatly below the cost of im
portation, and which are ofleredl at great bargains.
Thle ladies arc respectfully invited to call and ex
'amine the assotament.
Augustat, Sept 11 tf 35
NOTICE is hereby given, that thae Firm of
SPRE &SEILEY. in the Blneksmith and
Weelwright bpsinees, is this.day dissolved by mat
tual consent. All persons indebted to the concerat
will settde with William Spires, as he is authorized
o settle tig the business .of theu Firm.
WILLIA M SPIRES,
Hfamburg, Oct 15th, 1854. 4t - 4S
A L.L Persons indebted to the Estate of M. E.
L1Hlolingsworth, dee'd., arc earnestly requested
to settle immediately, as guardians are appoinated,
and the Esti.te maust be brought to a speedy close.
Those having demands against said Estate, i.ll
please render them in properly attested, by the first
of Jpauary aaext.
D. F. HIOLJNGSWORTHI, Adm'or.
N*9 tf 43
To all Persons Interested!
I T is impossible for the Merchant of tinaaed' neeaans
to carry sou butsiness pru~kaly or sati~.saetorily
-nless more promp;t#ude is observable anmong his
customers in the settleament of their acconats. My
own interest has suffere~d fronm this negleet. and I
must settle my respective claimas. With this view
I earnestly ask all persona indebted to nme to come
forward and cancel their cobligatioans, (by cash if
they can, if not, at least by note) and therebty save
m the time and trouble of a personal applicatioa.
W. P. BUTLER.
Edgefiehl C. HI., Oct. 4, tf 38
A LL4 Persons are herehr cautioned not to tres
pwas op the Lan4s belonging to~ the Estate of
A. Y. Barton, dee'd., by either kmialing wood or
straw of the samte, without peramission .fapa the
Trustee. Those who continue to do aso*,may eypqet
to be prosecuted by the TRI'STEE.
Sept. 18, 1854. tf 3
BETWEEN Pottersville and Eclgefield C. HI., a
B SMA L POCKET DOOK, containinagasmaall
amount of money, some notes :and acountes anote
on William Hlamiltoan, given suometime in Jutly,
1851, for $5; account on Wmn. B. Dorn for $22 50 ;
account on D. Chapman for $1t), and perhaps some
other papers not recollected.
GEORGE W. P00LET.
Nov 2 tf 42
LTL Persons indebted to thae Estate of Elijah
T. Ranch, dee'd., are reajnested 'u miake iaa
m aediate 'paymlent, and those having demnds aga.intt
said Estate will present them property attested, as I
intend to close the .estate hy' Ihe 25th Decemaber
next. JOSEflI WTSE, Adm'or.
Nov 9 t 43
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL. NEAT$ FOOT OIL and TA3
NERS OIL, for esic ne4 door to Suw~va's.
R. T. .JMS.