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JOHN W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
Newberry C. 11., Dec 27, 3m 51
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Publisher and Proprietnr,
Corner of Tremont anti Bronitield St's,
B oston, .\:ass.
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFlELD DISTRICT, o
IN EQUITY. t(
Georgo A. Addison, d
Edward J. 3ins, }t
Emma L. Add ison, et at.
Yvirtue of an order in this ease, I will pro- I
eeed to sell at Edgefield Court, l1,,use, on 3'
Thunrsday, the 18th .January, 1855, the real and
personal estate of JToseph A. Addison, deceased,
contsistin~g of a mitt tratct in the pitney wotods,
(very valuable, atnd located where the Aiken and
New Market road will in alt probability run,) I
some fifteen or twentty likely nmgroes, besides a I
carriagec, a new bnggy, hiousehold furniture, &c., ]
Then sale' will be held immiediately in front ofj
the Court H~ou.se anid commence at 11i o'clock. ft
Rr~tsttxs.-The Mill tract contains about two.
thoutsantd (2000) acres of land. arid to thtose per G
sonts wishintg to, invest in Pinec lands, a rare op- d
pourt unity is offered.
The negroes are as follows: Edmund, a ecar- a
pentter, Betn, a first razte wa:gonemr, Gites, George,
WVilli:am, Mioses anid his wtife Eliza, A"matnda antI o
hter five children, Aamrotn, Adam, Butler, Clinton t
and Moses. A lot of mules atnd horses..a watgon Ii
antd carry-logs, plows and plow-stocks and blatck aw
atmith tools, will also be sold at the same time. g
*Tausts.-AII sums utnder t wenty dollars cash.
Ent(ough besides of cenh wilt be required on the o
Ianid liond to defrav~ costs. a
A credit will be givetn on thte lantd lurchase of si
one and two yetars-on the personatlty, one year.
Punrchmasers to give Bond wvi~h at l--ast two good
securities to secure the futnds of thte estate.
A. Sl3JKINS,s.E. E. D.
Dec. 28, 1854. 4e 51
State or South Oarolina,
Elizabeth Berry, '
Hlellen Bvrsy, j.Bill for Partition. ri
Hfannaht Berry, and
John G. Berry, et all.
BY V irtue of an Order from the Court of a
Equity in this case, I will proceed to sell ~
on the fourtht Motnday in January'next, at Bennet o
Berry's, in this District., all the land formetly be- ti
longing to the late Joseph Berry, in which tl;e d
Jare Hannah Betrry held a life estate. LI
The said lands cotnsistts of about three hun-11
dred acres, more or less, situate on Big Saluda 0
,River, itt the District and State aforesaid, and s
bounmded by lands of Williatn Boukttight, S. G. 3
Coppick, Bennet Perry and others.
TER.xss.-Samid Lands will be sold ont a credit
of one atnd two years, with interest from date, I
ini two equal instalments, except for so much as
may be necessary to pay costs of suit, whtich
must be paid in cash. Putrchmasers will be re
quired to give botd witht two goo~d stureties.
A. SIKINS,C. E. E.D. I
Dec 28 4te 51
STAT'E OF SOUTIH CAltOLINA, ft
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, Ih
Wesley Phillips and wife and others,d
E. P. H. Kirksy and wife and otheris. :i
- ~ Y a Decree of the Court of Equity, in this a'
e) ase, I shall proeed to sell, at the resi- 0
dence of the late Joseph Rteardeni, dee'd., on t
the 4tht Tuesdaty, in January next, alt the Landsd
of the said deceased which have not been as- ti
signed to Nancy Rearden, widow of the said de.
ceased, in onte or two tracts, consistie of Thtree "
htundred and eighteen acres, more or less, situate e'
in the District and State aforesaid, on the waters Y
of Mountain Creek, Turkey Creek and Savan
'pah River, and adjoining lands of Jourdan Hol
Ioway, Richard Hardy, Lorenzo Rearden, Luke -
Cylbreath, Williata Reynolds, James Martin and
TrERus.-On a credit of twelve months, ex
cept costs which tmust be pamid in cash. Purcha
sers wit! be requi:ed to give bond with two ap
proved sureties to secure the puirchase money.
Dee 28 4te 51 r
Notice! -- t
A LL having claims against the Estate of B. F.
Goudey, dee'd., will present thte satne properly a
attested ; aud all persons indebted to the said Estate a
will umake payments to the Undersigned.c
ROPIT. McDONA LD, Acting Ex'or.t
Hfamburg, D~ec I8 , 2 n m 49
Sell Your Cotton and Pay Your t
AS Cotton is now bringing a good price. I thtink 0
Ait is the proper time for all personts indebted to ~
me, to sell their Cottton at.l pay up promptty. What 0
sty you gentlenten ? M. W. CL A flY.
CLrYTO.N. Nv 2 3m 50
State of South Carolina,
BY H. T. WRIGHT,Esq, Ordinary ofEdge
Whereas, Azareah Stone has applied to me for
,etters of Administration, on all and singular
be goods and chattles, rights and credits of
;irah Newton, late or the District' afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
nd singular, the kindred and .creditors of the
aid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
o be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 15tn5
ay of Jan. inst., to show cause, if any, why
he said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this ist day
f Jan. in the year of our Lord one thousand
ight hundred and fifty-five, and in the 79th
ear of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Jan 3 2t 51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN ORDINA RY.
Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of
JFdg efield District.
Whereas Wu. S. Smyley has applied to
to for Letters of Administration, on all and
ingular the goods and chattels rig!hts and ered
s of Fabean P. Allen, late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonih all
nd singular, the kindred and creditors of the
tid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
> be holden at Edgefield C. 11. on the 15th day
f January inst., to show cause, if any, why
le said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand arid seal, this fir,t day of
n., in the year of onr Lord one thousand
ight hundred and finly-five and in the beventy
inth year of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D,
Jan 3 2t 51
STATE OF SOrTH CAROLIN A,
Y H. T. WRIGIT, Esquire, Ordinary of,
Whereas, 0. W. Allen, has applied to me
r Letters of Administration, on all and sin
lar the goods and chattels, rights and credits
f John R. Allen, late of the District afore
These are, the;efore, to cite and admonish all
Ad singular, the kindred and creditors of the
tid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
ur uext Ordinarv's Court for the said District,
> be holden at Edgetield C. 11., on the 16th
iy of January, 1855, to show cause, if anv, why
me said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this Ist day
r Jan. in the year of our Lord one thou
imd eight hundred and tifty-five and in the 79th
ar of American independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Jan 3 2t 51
State of South Carolina
3Y T. WRIGHT, Esqr., Ordinary of
Whereas Willis Satcher has applied to me for
etters of Administration, on all and singular
e goods and chattels. rights and credits of
alter Satcher late of the District aforesaid,
These aro, therefore, to Cite and admonish all
id sinlgular, the kindred and creditors of the
id deceased, to be and appear before me, at
tr next Ordinary's Court for the said District.
be holden at Edurefield C. House, on the i1tlh
y of January, 1855, to show eau-e,if any, why
e said administration should not be granted.
Given under m% hand and seal. this29th day of
ecember in the year of our Lord one thousand
ght hundred and fifty-four and in the 7th
ar of "American [ndepietdence.
H. TI. WRIGUT, 0. E. D.
Jan 3 2t 51
State of South Carolina,
1N ORDINA RY.
)Y H. T. WRlIHT, E'quire, Ordinary of
WiIEnEAS, Frances L'u.bL'e, Itas applied to toe
r Letters of Administr.mtion, on all and singu
r the goods amnd ctattels, rights and credits of
abriel Busbec, late of the District aforesaid,
These arc, therefore. to cite and admoniIh ill
id sinmgul-sr. thme kindred and creditors of the.
idI deceased, to be an~d appea r hefore me, at
r next Ordinary's Court for thme samid District.
be holden at Edmgetield Curt flouse, oti the
teenth day of Jamnuary next, to show cause, if
y, why the said administrationi should not be
Given under may hand and seal. this 28th day
December in thme year of our Lord one thou.
id eight hunidred amnd fiftyv-four and in the
venty ninith year of Americanm Indepmendenmce.
II. TI. WRIGilT 0. E. D).
Jan 3 2t 51.
State ot' Southl Carolina,
3H .WRIGH-T, Esgr., Ordinary of
Whereas 0. W. Allen has applied to mec for
etters of Adnmnistration, with the Will aninex
I, on all and air gular the goods and chattels,
ghts and credits of J. D. Allen, late of the
'istrict aforesamid, d'ceasmed.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
d singtmlar, the kindred and creditors of the
iid deceased, to be and appear before toe, at
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
be holden at Edgetield C. House on thme 15th
y of Jantuary lost, to showv cause, if anyW, why
me said administration should not be granted.
Given under myv hand anid seal, this first dayv
SJaiuairy ini the yeatr of our Lord one t hotn
id eight hundred anod liftyv-five atnd itt thme '0th
ar of Americain Independence.
Jan3 2t 51
STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA.
IN ORDINA RY,
) Y H. T. WVRIGHIT, Esq., Ordinary of Edre.
) field D istiret.
Whereas, John Colgan has applied to mec
r Letters of Administration, otn all and singu.
r the goods and eba~ttles, rights and credits
John Loclin, late-of the District aforesaid
These are, therefore. to cite and admotnish all
d singular, the kindred and creditors of thme
d deceased, to be and appear before me, at
r next Orditnarv's Court, for thte said District,
be htolden at'Edgefield C. HI., ott the 15th
y of Jan. inst, to show cause, if any, wvhy
said administration should not be granted.
Giveni utnder my hand and seal, this 1st day
Jan. in the year of our Lord one thousanid
ght htundred and fifty-five, and in thme 79th
sar of Amieiican Indepemndence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Jan 3 2t 51.I
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
YHT.WRIGHT, Esqr., Ordinary of
Whereas Joseph Parkman has applied to tme
>r Letters of Administration, with thme Will an
exd, on all and singular the goods and ehattels,
ghtts and credits of Sarauh Parknman, late of
ie District aforesaid, deceased.I
nd singular, thme kindred and creditors of the
id deceased, to be anid appear before me, at
ur next Ordirnary's Court for the said District,
> be holden at Edgetield C. Hlouse, on the 15th
ay of Jantuary Inst, to show cause, if any, why
e said administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, thtis first day
f January in the year of our Lord one thtousand
ight un-ired and fifty-five anmd ini the 79th year
f American Independence.
H1. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D
Edgeffdld Male School,
r H School is located in one of the most healthy,
pleasant and convenient places near the Village,
on the road leading to Col. F. W. PciCKENs' and just
one mile from the Court House.
The exercises of -the School will commence on
the Second Mlonday in January.
All the English branches usually connected with
Schools of this kind will be taught, and onl reasonat
The Teacher pledges his best efforts to give tho
roughness of instruction. and to afTrd a good, prnc
tical and business edueation. Strict attention will
be paid to principles and manners.
Rates of Tuition per Session.
Orthograpliv, Reading and Writing........$6 00
Arithmetic, His:tory and Defining.......... 8 00
Arithmetic, Geograplhy and Graniar......10 00
Algebra, Geometry and Natural Phil.sophy.14 00
Trygonometry, Surveying, &c............16 00
The scholastic year will be divided intogwo Ses
sions of Five imuths eabh.
Pupils are charced froim the time of entrance to
the end of the Session. Sickness of two week's
duration will be deducted. Discipline strict. without
cruelty. T. B. CROOK E..
Jan 5t 51
Oak Grove Academy,
r .he Trustees of this A cademy tike much pleasure
in inlor thnn, lhe ominnunity and its former pat
rons that it will be opened on die 2l Mandity iii
January inst. tider the chtarge or iliss C. .
WN' EEKS in the Academiial Departtwmnt, and Miss
F. M. ). 1 lEN I1)RICK, in the Musical Deparinint.
Miss lIiiticv, has had cbarge of this Academy
for the poa.t year, and has given generatsatisfaction,
and liss Wn:s has had the conluet of a school
in this vicinity during the year P854, and we are
assured by those whit patroinized her school, that
she is weill qtiilified to teach. Too those who have
heard Miss 1l1EN itiCK performt vn the Piano it is
unnecessary to sy anything in commendation of
her qualifications in this Department.
We feel 'vel assured that tour school merits the
patromage of ite community.
This school is sitnated in -.gefield District, with
in two miles of Nirksev's Cross Roads P. 0., in a
Iigh and healthy section t'of the Distriet.
Giood boatd in the niighborhood at $7 to $ per
month. l:ates or tuition are reasonable.
Tic year is divided into two Sessi-ots of 22 weeks
each. All the branelhes usually taught in female
schools-are taughtt in this Academy, viz: Etg:isih,
French al Span1ishi I.amnguages Irawitng and paint
ing. and two) crnyont drawing and musie, itstrut.:n
tal and vocal.
E. A Ni)fW'S,|
S. ST' EPIlENS,
J. HARRIS, )
Jan 3 2m*5
Edgefield Collegiate Institute,
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
42 PUriLs iN AT1'"EDANCE iAST SEssioN.
rH E next Session will conimener. otl Monday
January 8th, 1855.
Tuition per Session, 14 weeks.
Primary Department ................ $7 00
Acadenical " ................12 00
Collegiate i ................15 00
Mlusie-Guitar or Piano.............. 18 (10
Drawing and French. each............. 10 00
Pupils using tie Apparatus are charged each per
Pupils using the Piano for practice are charged
for Keeping themi ii tune per Session S1.00.
All Pupils are charged lifty cets each for co.n
'riTe Musical Department is furnished with FIVE
PIANOS, which are kept in excellent order, and
tnsedi constantly by the Pltpils.
Vocal Music is tanght daily without extra charge.
Tl Teachers will coitinue in their several De
partimets the same as lat Session.
C1AS. A. RtAYMOND. PRINcirAL.
Dec 27 tf 50
Medicines and Chemicals!
SIIIE Lndeisimtged begs leave to anntounce to the
I citizen-is (if Edaetiehl D~striet, that he( his jus~t
penled in the Town f inburg, a WELL SE.
LlCI'El Stock of CHIOICE
MEDIC INES A N D C HEMICALS,
ro which ite respectfully solicits their attenition.
Amongs~t his large assortnment will be found
Toilet Articles atad Pefumery'),
eDrugs and Chemicals,
PA INTS, OILS A ND DYE S'rU FFS,
GLASS, PUTTY, VARNIBHES, &c.
in (compounin tg *E-dIivines and supplyingt plata
ions, the stricest attentiont will be giveni to the ic
uiieents of htis pattrsit.
Ujeinug a gr'aduate~ of the Lon'mdon, C.l.ilge of Phtar
ttuey,:mttd hacving hadce ant exper.ien'ce ofi eighteent
ears. ini the butsiness, lhe feels coaulihet of beinig
ible to give sttsfactioni to all who ma~y fatvot' htim
xithi their patronatge.
A l.FRECDS. RAXENSCROFTr.
Hamurg IDe 4 itm -17
D R. H. PA&RK ER, respectfully infotrms
the eit~zens of Edgefieldl Distriiet, that lie may
> founid during satle day week att the Planter's Ilo
el, Edgefieldl C. H-., anid att his residence oni the
A nderson roaid, e'iighteen, miles No.rtht-east if thte
illage, on every Friday antd Sat urday~ folloiwinig.
Specimens of his work, lput up nt te latest andti
tost improved pirinciles, cani lhe seen att his tili'e.
lis address, whin in the counttry, as heretofoire,
sleepy Crek, P. 0.
Decc 27 t f 50
[ikely Young Negroes for Sale,
I WILL sell at private satle TWO OR T1IIR EE
very likely N EG110 BOY'S, fromt 16i to 252 yeats
>ld. 'Tey are offei.redl for stile foi' ito fatult.
D~ec27 2t 50
NLL Persons indebted to mec by Note or open1
-account, (con'tratcted previoust to the C'o-pat
aershtip ol' Cheatham & Mlorgan,i wI save themit
~elves cost by coiming fortward and settling, as I have
envy payiments toi make in the Bani-: of Illmurg
uring the months of .Jantuary atnd Feiruary. 'Those
h'lo fail to give the above teir speciatl aitteintioni by
he fiirst of Februmary itext, will linid thiemi in the
tads of-T. G3. Key for' cillcflion.
D)ec 27 3t 50
'IHIE Subscriber conttempilating a change in his
Ibusintess, eairly the entsuintg spring, earnestly
equests all inidebted, to call atid set tle their acountts
revious to thme lirst of .Jaunuary next. Interest will
elharged on ALL accounts of over six itonithis
standinhg, r'emt~aiing unpatiid at tht time.
M. A. R ANSO, A'mx.:sr
SIItmiburg, Dec 25 t1 511
I IIA VE this day placed my Shop Books amid
Acconuts in the haimds of J . Cheathami, who is
luly aiuthtorized to collect anid receipt for me, and
hose who kntow themtselves to be in my debt, would
save ecst by calling ott htimt for asettlemnent, as I tam
sounid to collect my~ miontey.
Dec 27 St50
STATIE OF SOUTH'1 CA ROLINA,
Alex. Gregory aind others
IT appearing tto my satisfaction thatt Juohn Grego
Iry, Easter Ramklit, Shadrach D~ees and wife Cc
ia, and .Jamnes Plankiin and wife Harriet, Defendants
t this ease, reside withouit thte litmits of thtis State,
t is thterelore ordered, that they do appear antd
)bject to the division or sale of the real Esitate of
Sarahl Gregory, dee'd., tin or befiire the first daty of
April next, 1855, or their consent to the samte will
lbe entered *oitrecord.
UI. 'T. WRIG lT. o. Ec..
Ot'dinary's Office, Dcc 18 3m 50
rp HIE Subscriber has just received a splendid as
Isort ment of GIFT BOOKS, suitabile for pres
emts to sweethearts. relatioins or friends. A momng
tem mmay be found-.
ROM1ANCE OF AMERICAN LANDISCAPEB.
Sixteen beautiful enigraving of A muericanm scener'y.
TIl E TIIOIUGIlT'- BLOSSOSI Sixteenen
gravingsi oni steel.
TUlE 110ME. AN NUAL, withtsixteena line plates.
'T ilE FLORAL KEEPSAKE,
'rIlE PEARL GIFTr,
GIFT OF A FFECTION, anmd a laurge sumpply of
IVeautifulh Albuimis. G. L. PENN ,.Aotr.
n~. 2n ,f 49
TUTT & rELLETIER'S
Haiaburg, S. C.
WE Respectfully solicit the attention of Plan
ters, Merchants, Physicians, and the public
generally, to our "ERY llANDSOME AND
SELECT STOCK of
Pure Medicines and Chemicals,
All of which are entirely NEW and GENUINE.
-A)IONG OUI AssoRTAENT WILL B FOUND
DitUGS AND MEDICINES,
Paints, ills, Glass, Putty, Dye Stuffs,
Perfumery, Essential Oils.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, SPICES,
BRUSHES AND SOAPS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Old Port Wine fur Medicinal Purposes,
And the most popular
Of the day, all of which we olTer at Whosesale or
Retail. upon the most reasonable terms ever hereto
fore otfered in this market.
WNM. 11. TUTT, M. D.
A. J. PELLETIER,
Next door to B. S. Dunbar's Corner.
Hamburg, Dec 18 3m 49
T lIE Subscriber takes this opportunity of inform
ing his friends, that-he has removed to the
NEW BRICK STORE adjoining the Store of B.
C. Bryan, where he has just opened a LARGE
VARIETY of new articles in his various branches
of Trade. le intends keeping in the
Drug and Medicine Department,
A full supply of every article that is in common
use by the Profession, which will be constantly un
der tke inspection of Drs. Bland, Abney, Mims and
Burt; Lnd if an article is reported to be impure it
will not be offered for sale. Dr. M. W. Abney has
i taken an Office in the second Story of the building,
and will give me the benefit of his experience in
Compounding Medicines and preparing prescrip
tions, and having been six years engaged in the bu
siness, I flatter myself, with these ample arrange
moents, I s.hall receive a liberal ,hare of the patron
age of Physicians, families, and the public generally.
In the Grocery Department
EVERLY THING will be kept that is usually found
in a Fancy Family Grocery Store. In the
Department of Books, Stationary, ke,,
Will he fuund a full supply of Standard School
'Books, Bibles, Ilynm Books, Fools Cap, Letter and
Note Paper, with almost every article in this line
will be kept constantly for sale.
In the Confectionary Department,
May always be found a much larger assortment of
Candies, Fruits, Pickles. Ketchups, Sauces, &c.,
than has ever been offered for sale in this place. In
truth, this is to be a Store of good things, and it is
hoped will be considered a great convenience, and
therefore be largely patronized.
G. L. PENN, Agent.
Dee 20 tf 49
WALKER, GLENN & HATTON,
1cMIORRIES & BRO.
rllE Undersigned have purchased of J. B. F.
1e Morries, survivor of the late firm of Mc
Morries & Bro., the entire Stock in trade, and will
continue the Dry Goods business at the Old Stand
of Mc10RRIES & BRO., where they will keep
constantly on hand a GENERAL, COMPLETE
STOOK OF DRY GOODS.
Ladies' Dress Goods, of the best and latest styles,
and in short EVERY ARTICLE pertaining we
offer at the lowest living rates.
We respectfully solicit a continuance of the pat
ronage heretofore extended to the old Firm.
Newberry, Dee 11 . 4t 4s
EDGEFIELD C. H.
J. GREGG LEITNER, PINcIPAtL,
JAMES BLADON, Assms-rAr.
T l IE Exercises of thiisjostitution will be recoim
meneedi on the SECOND MONDJAY in
Jantiary 1 855.
Rates of Tuition, per Session,
First Class, Lower Department,.... .... ...10
secod Ordinary English B~ranchles...14
Third " lligher English Brannhes...10
Fourth " Greck ani Latin Letters with
J. GilEGG L EITNER, RB:croa.
D~ee 13 tf 48
The Daguerrean Car,
I R. LEIGH would respectfully anntoune
i to th e Ladices and Gentlemen of Edgetield
anod tieinity that he will be ready Ly Mlonday thte
20th ins., to furnish all that may favor him with am
call, with a CORRECT D)AGUERREOTYPE
LlK ENESS, in any of the differnt styles they may
Nov 1 (1 tf 44
A C ar d.
IT A KE this method of retlrni~ng my sincere
h.mk1 to the plel of Edgehield and adjoinin.
IDistriets, for~ their liberal p'atronag,~ and at the
same time say~ to them thamt I have moved into my
New Brick Stores,
Built during the pastSummer,situated on Reynol d's
Street, nearly fronting the Episcopal Church, and
near by the South Carolina Rail Road Depot, where
I anm vil'ring consignments ofI
TENNESSEE BACON, LARD.
Butter, Feathers, Corn, &c,,
A md at p rices so low, as to induce any one to buy
who wants. T. W. FLEIiNG.
Augusta, Dee 18 _ 2m 419
- No tioe,
T OST on the 13th inst., betwveen Edlgefield C.
.J hU. aind .J. MI. C. Freeland's Store, a SM ALL
BLACK POCKET BOOK,econtaining Fottr Dol
lars in mtoney-(one two dollar bill and two one dol
lar bills-otne no~e otn Frederick Knight, for 347,50,
dute about I1st Nov 1854, with other notes and papers
All persons are hterelty eatutiotned from trading for
ay of the above notes. Tho finder will be snitably
rewarded by leaving the Pocket Hook and conitents
with M. J. Palmer, Edgefield C. HI.
.I AS. F. MARTIN.
Dec 20 3t 49
Devon Bull, M~iarion,
. UY BULL will stanid at my house at Five Dol
LV lars-to be sent with the cow~t.
M A RION is out of the cow Mdoselle, whose datt
was imported fromt Englattd, from Mr. Cokes cele
brated stock of Devons, his sir~e wats the celebrated
Bull, Major. M. FR AZIE R.
Dc20 3m 49
A LL4 Persons indebted to the Firm of Lewis &
H31arrisont, either by note or open account, arc
forewarned to call ont the Subscriber antd settle the
same immediately. This is the last call-so if you
wish to save costs come forward atnd pay up.
J AS. S. H ARRISON.
Dec 6 tf 46
~.OTICE is hereby given to all the creditors of
.LNFORTUNATUJS MASSEY, deo'd, to meet
te in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefield Court House
on Moniday, the 26th day of February next, for the
purpose of making a final settlement on said estate.
Those whlo fail to present their claims by the atbove
time will be excluded, as the estate will tnot pay out.
Persons indebted to thme estate will make paymnent
immediately. S. CROUCH, Ad'mnr.
Dec 20 4in 410
ILIL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jeremiah
.Lf.seigler, or that of Warren F. Winn, dee'd.,
are hereby ttotified to make prompt payment; and
those having claims against either Estate, will pre
sett themt forthwitht for paymtent in due form.
Ex'ors of Jeremiah Seigler.
Nov 29 ___3m 46
A LL Personts indebted to the late John Chap
ani, dee'd., or to the late Firm of Johtn
Chapman & Sons, by open account previous to this
date, will please come forward and settlegthe sante,
either by note or cash, as I wish to close the busines.
JTOl!N A. CilAPMAN, Adm'or.
AT PRIVATE SALE!
WITHOUT RESERVE, THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
now opened and ready for inspection at the Store of
COROE & BRRNNAJ
NEXT TO HAVILAND & mSLEY'S,
T IIE Undlersined offers for sale, at NEW
YORK-COST, the entire Stock of Dry Goods,
Seventy-FiveThousand Dollars worth,
And embracing almost EVERY ARTICLE in the
Dry Goods line.
The terms will be Nett Cash, or ap
proved paper, at three months, with interest
.from date of sale; and, to save time and trouble, lie
would inform his friends and the public that there
will be no deviation from the price named.
3M.Country Merchants would do well to call
and examine the Goods and prices.
It is known that " Selling off at Cost" has been
used as a means to sell at a profit-we make no
statements but what we can stand up to. -Give us
a call and judge for yourself.
The Store is in the centre of business. It will
repay purchasers to call and examine the Stock.
Surviving Partner of firm of Cosgrove & Brennan.
A ugusta, Dec I I 6t 48
R e k o v a I.
COSGROVE & BRENNAN, have removed
their Stock of Goods front the old Store of
T. J COSGROV E, known as their " Lower Store."
Having no connection with that House, they
would invite their friends to call at their upper Store,
above the Globe corner, where they are now open
ing an extensive Stock of FANCY and STAPLE
D RY GOODS which they will sell at cost, in order
to wind up the business of the Firm, and satisfy the
heirs of T. J. Cosgrove, deceased.
Dee 12 6t 48
J. SIBLEY & SON,
GROCERS AND COTTON
HAMBURG, S. C.
RESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform
R their old customers and the Planters generally
that they are still to be found at their Old Stand,
and are paying the HIGIIEST MARKET PRICE
for Cotton and other Produce; and have in Store,
and are daily receiving a MOST COMPLETE assort
-AXIONG WHICH 51AY D. FOUND
20,000 Yds. Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
200 Coils Uemp and Russian ROPE,
200 Bags COFFEE, Rio and Java.
200 Bbls. Superior and Refined SUGARS,
25 Ilhds. Alusoovado and N. 0. do.
100 Bbls. MOLASSES,
3,000 Sack s SALT.
25 BEDSTEADS, some of them Fancy,
25 Boxes superior CHEESE.
A splendid assortment of BLANKETS and
An assortment of Saddles and lBridles, Chairs,
Pepper, Spice, Linseed, Lamp and Tan
ners Oil, Osnaburas, Stripes.
Shirting and Yarns. and in fact everything usually
found in a Grocery Store.
MYfcon a E !41 a
W E take this nicans to inform our Customers
W and the Planters generally, that we are not
connected with any other house, and only have one
Store, which is the Brick Corner, formerly occu
pied by Josiah Sibley. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Hlamburg, Nov 28 tf 46
Hardware and Cutlery.
'110 ALL our old friends, we would say, tec are
thankful for past favors, and to all others who
may wish Goods in our line ;-call and see us also,
or .send your orders. We will make every elfort
(and it is notorious of the Goods we keep) to give
:general 8atisfaction." Our prices SHALL be
in accordance with the times ; always assurin our
customers to sell them at tlhe LOWEST MAR
We have now in Store a fin': Sto'k and are re
eeivinig weekly. Amongst which imay be found,
50 Troins Band and Hoop IRON,
2501 " Sweed " assorted,
150 " Eiilish "' "
200 Soith 1fE LLOWS, all qualities,
500 Kegs " Peru" N AILS,
50 Tons CASTINGS.
100 Dozen D~oor l.OCKS,
100 " Padi"
500 " Till, Chest. Draw and Trunk L~ocks,!
100 " A XES, Collins, Levette's and oilier
10 " Superior flRO.\D AXES,
50t0 " HIOES, all qualities.
To enumerate is too tedious. We have the Goods
and wanit to sell them.
We keep all things necessary for .\ill< of every
style, Corn Shiellers, Straw Cutters, Vices,
A nvils, Smith Tong~s, Circular, llatnd,
and all other kinid of Saws,8erewv
and llates, Knives atid Forks,
Pocket Ktuives, Scissors,
* Shears, Screws,
Bolts, Spirit Levels,
Gages, Cantd lestieks, IPlanes,
Ilorse Shoes anid Nails, Brtishes,
Coflee Mlills, llhalter, Trace, Stretch,
Log, lireast, Continued and Fifmth Chins,
Rope, Files of all kinds, a bouttiful Lot of
Gus, of all qualities, P'istols, P'ercussion Capis,
Curry Coiibes, Game and Shot Bags, Powder
Flasks, Draim Flasks, Sand and Watile Irotns, Braces
and Blitts, A tigers, Chisels, Illamiimrs, Drawing
Knives, Mortars, Ketles, Ste w P'ans, &c., &c.
RtOBINSON & JACKSON.
Hamburg, Dee 41 tf 47
Fine Groceries, &c.
T 'HE Undersigned inforims his friends atnd the
trading public genecrally that he has just re
eeived the following articles, ini addition to his al
ready large Stoek of Groceries, to which hie itivites
201 doz. i lb. English MUST ARD,
20 4' 4 b. ""
1 " qt. spiced 0OYST ERS,
1 " whole Iioxes SA RDINES,
I " half ""
I " 2 lbs OYSTERS. in eases.
Spice, Pepper. Ginger, Saleratus, Soda, &c., &c.,
just received next door to A. Levy, and opposite
the Americant Ilote. R. L. GENTR Y.
Pom aria Nurseries, 1854--'55,
A CHOICE collection of PEA CII,PEA R, (both
of standards and dwarfs) PLUMlS, NECTA
RINE APRICOT, QUINCE and FIG Trees.
Also, Ten Thousand AIPPLE TR E-S, embracing
150 varieties, for sale att reduced prices by the hun
Choice GRAPE VINES, Rlare ROSES. of the
newest sorts. enibracing 190 varieties. Beautiful
EVERG REENS, &e.
gg Priced lists senit to all post paid applicants.
Address SUMMlER & CRAM1MOND,
Nov 29 6it 46 Alston, S. C.
A LL Persons anywise indebted to the Estate of
Anita Atiderson, dee'd., are hereby requested
to make immediate payment, atnd those having de
maids ncainst said Estte will please render in their
accounts forthwith, properly attested.
GEO. J. ANDERSON, Adm'or.
D e tf 47
To the Ladies.
MJRS. E. T. H AMILTON, takes
this method of informing the Ladies of
Edgefeld Village and vicinity, that shte has com
Millinery and Dress-Making Business,
at the Store formerly occupied by Mrs. ]IaowN.
NOV 16 tf 44
Gentlemen, Fair Notice!
POSITIVELY THE L AST !
A LL Personis indebted to me by note or open
account, contracted previous to the first of
January 1854, may settle them wvithi nme at my
Counting Rooni any timtehetween this and Wednes
day the 8th day of February 1855, after that date
with my Attorney.W. P. BUTLER.
EdgefieldC. HI., Dee 13 t f 48
Final Notice !
A LL Persons indebted to then Estate of Mrs.
. Sally Miles, dee'd., will make payment by the
first of January next, as longer indulgi cannot
be given, and those having deniands agaks the Es
tate will present them tio the Subscriber priiperly
attested. JOH11N LOTT, Adm'or.
Dncon 3t 49
RICH D RY GODUS-I
"CHEAPER THAN THE VERY CHEAPEST."
B EG to inform the public, that their Fall pur
chases this season have been UNUSUALLY
LARGE, having been in the Northern markets
over three months this Summer, where so many
large auction sales took place, offering decided ad
vantage to close purchasers. We can confidently
say that our Stock is MUCH CH E APER than the
like quality of Goods could be obtained a few weeks
later, when the great body of Merchants went to
Our desire, owing to the very short season that
we will now necessarily have, is to dispose of this
large Stock. independent of profits, and we may
venture to say that we can offer as strong induce
ments as any of our neighbors, if not stronger.
In our DRESS GOODS ROOM will be found
the richest varieties of the Season, such as
Elegant Moriantigue SILKS;
Rich Satin, Striped do
Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Striped Plaids and figured
Rich Brocade Plain, Striped and Plaid, 50 cents
per yard, worth 75 cents ;
Plain Black Silks, all widths, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles;
White Silks and Satins;
Figured, all Wool, French Muslin DeLaines, 124
cents, worth 50 cents;
French Merinos, very cheap;
Lupins' best Bombazine, exceedingly low:
Black Jamiese, a new~and very desirable all-Wool
Goods for mourning;
Black Alpaccas all qualities, some very fine and
Mantillas, Cloaks and Talmas of the very latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap ;
Crape, iCashmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds, of the most elegant
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 6*
cents a yard, worth 20 cents;
(alicoes and Ginghams, best styles, very cheap,
Domestie Goods of all kinds ;
Blankets and Kerseys unusually low, and a great
variety of other articles to which we would respect
fully invite the attention of the public.
Augusta, Nov 14 tf 44 1
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
/f A. RANSOM, AGENT for R. M. FUL
.. LER, hlamburg, S. C., has now on hand a
Superb Stock of Dry Goods,
Which he is SELLING FOR CASH at prices that
cannot fail to please; and would respeotfully invite
the attention of his customers and all in want of
Goods to an examination of his Stock, among which
will be found
Rich Brocade SILKS,
Fiaured, Plain, Black, Gro do Rhine SILKS,
Col'd Marceline and Sarconett do
All'wool DeLaines, of beautiful styles,
Common and Medium do., from 12J to 50 ets.
Solid Colored Persian DeLaines, various shades,
Ilighland Plaids and Figured Velvets,
Sarlue Flannels, plain and figured,
Scotch and American Ginghams, from 12 to 5e]
English and American Prints, all qualities,
du 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,
Richardson's undressed Irish Linens,
Bleached and Brown Table Damask do. from
50 to $1,25,
Bird's Eye and Scotch Diapers, all qualities,
lluckaback Towels and Towelings,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
Drab Morino, for Skirts-Marsales do
Ladies' Misses and Children's Hosiery & Gloves
do Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
do Worsted Sleeves,
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets,
Extra heavy Bed, Crib and Cradle do.
Large Lot of Negro Blankets, very cheap,
Cassimneres, Saitinets, Tweeds and Kentucky
.Jeans, all qualities.
10-41, 11-4 and 12-4 Bl'd and Brown Sheetings,
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 Shirting, Graniteville and
Osnaburg Strirpes and Yarns at Factory prices,
Rteal Georgia Plains, best quality,
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, good as
ortment, with a great quantity of other Goods a
uitablel for the season.
SOrders solicited and faithfully executed.
ilambuarg, Nov 28 tf 46
II!' MY PLANTATJON ON
* : Iforn's Creek, of 500
Acres of Cotton and Corn Lasnd, well wattered
with a Dwelling Ilonse, Gin House and Screw, 3
-amed out houses, barns, cribs, and all the usual
ixtures, together with several Springs of good cha
lE STORE H OUSE occupied this year by G.
. PE.:s, near the Court Ilouse. E. .J. M IMS
W ar d & Bu ro h a rd,
AUG USTA, GA.,
WOULD inform' their friends in Edgefield Dis
trict and thte piublic generally, that anticipa
ting a chauge in their business the coming season, ?
they arc disposed to make LARGE CONCES
SIONS from their former low w'ale of prices, inm
order to reduce their Stock to the lowest possible
g Th~e attention of Wholesale dealers, as well
onsumers, is respectfully solicited.
A ugusta, Ga., Dec 18, tf 49
Importanlt to Farmers.
I '''11'i in~forma the Planters of Edgelield Die
trict that wve have lately bought from Mir. J.
. & L. J. WAITr the right of a ve~ryb
Valuable Ootton.Seed Planter,
for the above named District. We will have an
gent to exhibit the PLANTER, and will sell in
dividual Rights and Machines on reasonable termis.
It opens the bed, dIrills the seed and covers it ;
nd it is also excellent for drilling Guano or any
other Maniure. The Planter was Patented last Au
gust by the Messrs. WArr, and is said to be second
to none in the Patent Oflie.
W. D. CA L10UN,
Oct 19 tf 40
4LL Persons indebted to the Estate of James B.1
?Colemnan, dee'd., or to the Subscriber as Ad
ministrator, are earnestly requested to settle the
sae by the 15th January next, arid all those I
having any demiands against the Estate or anywise.
interested are hereby noticed to meet the Under
signed at the Ordinary Office of Lexington District,
n Monday the 15th January next, as he is desirous
f aking a final settlement of the Estate on that r
day. .W. L. COLEMAN, Adm'or. I
Dec 13 5t 48
E~ The Lexington Telegraph ill please give
above three insertions and forward bill immediately
to the Edgefield Advertiaer.
Ad iitao~ Notice.
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of M. E.
Ht~lollingsworth, dee'd., are earnestly requested
to settle immediately, as guardians are appointed,t
nd the Estate must be brought to a speedy close.
Those having demands against said Estate, will1
please render thema in properly attested, by the first
f January next.
D). F. IIOLLINGS WORT H, Adm'or.1
Nov 9 tf 43
LL Persons indebted to the Este of James
Yeldell, dee'd., arc requested to make pay
rent forthwith to the Undersigned, and all persons
having demands against the Estate, are requested to
hand them in properly attested to the Undersigned.
J.IH. YELDELL' Ex'ors.
J. L. TALBIERT.
Nov 22 3m 45
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Daniel
Smith, dee'd., are hereby warned to make
payment by or before the first of January next ; and
those having demands against said Estate wil please
present them properly attested as soon as possible.
J. P. MICKL.ER, 1 Ex'ors.
C. SMITH. '
-Nov 29 ii 46
RICH FRENCH UPHOLSTERY!
H. W. KINSMAN & 00.,
179 King St., Charleston, S. .,
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CURTA IN hIATE
RIALS, UPHOLSTURY GOODS AND
INVITE tho attention of the .trade and public
generally to the extensive assortment of Satin
DeLaines, bamasks, Lace and Muslin
URTAINS, CORNICES, UANBS AND' PINS, fd.,
Whieh they are receiving from Europe as Ameri
oan manufactories, and which they offer
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices lower than any other house in the city,
H. W. K. & Co., are receiving the LATEST
PARIS DESIGNS for CURTAINS and DECO
RATIONS, of all kinds, and are enabled te produce
work of the best characterand style.
Merchants and Families will find it to their ad
vantage to call, as every article in the
Curtain and Upholstery Line,
Can be obtained at the above establishment, and at
terms which cannot fail to give approbation.
Ig"' All kinds of INTERIOR DECORATIONS
mxecuted, and Papers put up in a superior style by
Charleston, Dec II 4t 48
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
T HE Co-partnership heretofore existing tetween
RICHARDSON & McDOXNALD, is this day dis
,olved by mutual consent. All indebted will plesa'
make payment to Joux C. 1cDONNALD, who is an
torized to settle up the business of the Firm.
J. L. RICHARDSON
J. C. McDONNALD.'
Hlamburg, November 9, 1854.
H AVING purchased Mr. RICnARDeON'S interet
in the above Firm, the Subscriber respect,
llly informs his friends and the public generally'
hat he intends to continue the sale of
Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
[n the Town of Hamburg ; and hopes by keeping
onstantly on hand a full and fashionable assortment
f Repdy-Made Clothing, &c., to receive a liberal
hare of patronage. The Planters of Edgefleldand
he adjoining Districts are specially invited to ex
mine my Stock before trading elsewhere.
JOHN C. McIIONNALD.
Hamburg. Nov 14 tf 44
ro former Friends and Patrons.
s E. BOWERS, thankful for past patron
3 age, would beg leave to inform the public that
e is now receiving LARGE Consignments of
Whiskeys, Brandies, Wines, Cordials,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS,
ROWN, CLARIFIED, CRUSHED AND LOAF,
SEGARS, HAVANA AND AMERICAN,
and all articles usually kept in the Family Grocery
eing Agent for two large Wholesale Confectionary
louses, one in New York and the other in Augs
A, he is prepared to fill all orders for
PR33S, VWI- X163 8.2
kt the shortest notice possible.
As lie is acting as Apg," - wnioi re
ipectfully inform all that I.
in the CASH SYSTEM I '.
>rices and small commissic
ension of time on Goods a
He is determined to se'
md hopes to merit a share
ome all, and examine his .
-it is all he asks.
W The business will be
mame and style of S. B. Bo
Hamburg, Nov. 1,
vew Fall and U
11HE Subscriber is n'irw
Land WI NTER GOOD~
mong which may be found
Rich Satin, Plaid and Ftane:
nd most fashionable styles,
Rich Figured, Plaid and Ph
lain French and English ?.
Ladies' CLOAKS and MlAN
' Embroidered Frene
)ERSLEEVES and CilIEMIK
A variety of BONNETTS an
oots and Shoes, H
NEGRO SHOES AND
OSNA BURGS and FAC'l
ogethier with a large and wel
ther Goods, too numerous to
gr The publie generally are
>call and examine the above n..
are purchlasing elsewhere.
B. C. Ba a.AN.
Oct26 - f -- 41.
McGREGOR & SMITH,
ARRIAGES, BlUGGIES~ &c.
1,C'OREGOR & SMITH. build to order Car
.1 riages of every description. They also keep
hand a large and splendid assortmtent of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
gr All order's promptly attended to, and. Re
airing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. HT., Jan 18 tf I
F HE Trustees have engaged the services of Mr.
L JAMES LESLY. of Abbevillo Districh~ for
le Male Departtmnt, and Rev. W. HI. CHRISTIE
>r the Female Departmtent. Mr. C. will be assisted
y able instructors.
From the experience of the present year:; the
rsteenm take pleasure in recomnmending Str. Cnas
E to the piubice as a very competent and energetio
Mr. LF.PLY is too well known in this and.the ad
aining Districts to require a single introductory re
lark from us. Heo is well qualified to give eatire
Rates of Tultion,
~irt Class, Primary IEepartnment, per Sess'on S9,00
nd " ordinary English brauches,.. 12,00
*nd " higher English branches. ....5,00
th " Greek and Roman Literature with.
~xtrs-Drawing, Paintinig, French and'
Pupils are charged from the time of entering un
il the end of the Session. Tuition in advance.
The Schools will open on the first Monday in
ranuary, being divided into two Sessions. of five
lt7 Two large buildings in addition to those al
'eady near, will be ready' to accommodate boarders
ythe first of January.
Chmair'n Board of Trustees.
Nov 9 tf 43
Bethany Academy fbr 1855!
HE Trustees of this Institution take pleasure
in annoneing to the public, that tlhey have en
aged the services of Mr. GEO. GALuPHIN for
he ensuing year. His industry and ability need
o commendation at our hands.
The exercises of the Academy will commence on
bINDAY 15th January 1855.
Terms, rates of Tuitioni, &c., same as hitherto ;
nt for particular information, address Mr. GALIIntN,
it Longmire's P. 0., S. C.
By order of the Board.
W. H ARRISON, Chair'n.
Nov 9 3m 43
Patent 1Eletalic Burial Cases I
T HESE valuable air-tight and indestruotible 0
efor protecting and preserving the-Desa fo;
rdinary interment, for vaults, for taanaportSdonl, or
'or ay other desirable purpose, athir a for saQ
a this Village, cheap for Cash, by
P. 5.-I haver on hand anatssortm~ent.of all. altes.