TAB is p1 under it's prds-ent diregtion it u
15 and continued uniformnly prosI
1. Wlatev r proposes t6-do, it does, and does at
2. Its adva-es, reputition aId patronage are
designed to I, a1 strictly-loca qbarter,-dud no tr
ippeailS are le to the citizeus of other parts of C
the State for.ir patronage. w
3. It.atolto the people of Edgefield. what few- il
in, other Diets P0Opsc, viz : -A node; School fir a<
the edufgi4f tltr daughters undezan strictly b,
ACme i icy and sacuregte-themat their own
doors, idages wilih they)cannot iiid.surpassed. ai
4. It ixih1kout controversy, the best furnished- it
Acaidem.1 the State for educatioual purposs. .. J
5.'Ijsime. no matter how great it itay be, is et
all disupl at homtie so that its patrons are.dau-. It
bly bentted by its prosperity. . . . t
7. A lastly, it relies simply upoi its mlerits
fur reatiOn1 andot .suplort, and doing. its .w-Qrks, u
tandleuO i4 st favorable oireuinstainoes, .h
coniist, scrutiny and.. investigatism..~ v
TI Winter Session for IS6 eomrpeed on I
Many, the 14th January. in
1 .of Tuidon and regulations . the' sin el.as'
pul.hed last year.
CH AS. A. RA~ MIOND, Pams..; L
igefield, Jim 15 tf f- -
r TI E subscriber takes pleaisure ill annouicitn T
that this Institutiont is no longer a denomina
MUi sheool. In accordanbe'with ~own wihes,
.nl by the cosCunt and advice of those coucerned, at
he la.s taken upon lim-elf its entire management,
-aidI has determined to make it free from aud inde- T
npeident of any rtligious dettominatiotr.
Although he is under the cuntrul of no particular J
&odv of men, yes haalul be .is earnest .desiro and
Conlstanlt endeavor to promote the interest and merit
the approbation of all his patrions.
The cholastio year- will bu divided itisi hi
terns: The 1st extending from Jim I 5th to'-JipeL
30th, and'the 2nd from Sept let to:Dee 22nd i
Tuition, lsiterni, fromn............$12 to $24
- 21 " " ........ 8 to 16*
Contingent expenses, 1st term.........60 cts.
" "4 2d " .........40 cts: VI
CW-All charges due at -the close of each term. ni
Board from $' to $10 per month.
W. 11: AloKELLAR. Sl
Greenwood, Jan 10 2tk .1
Edgefield Male Academy, L
rPnIE exercises of this Institusion recommienced on J.
. the I18th Janury, .unider thepigrge Mfar. %V.
E. NeCASLA N, whio has fois r prrng lor the.
Freslhmnn and SophlMore Classes in S. C. Collee * v
Thise wiehing to enter College will do well to joiii
themi forthwith. - '
Partcilar attefiti'.n will beleie to exereiseS inl D
Comtpitaitionl anld Dteelnrmnation, and aiso to- weekly 4
reviuws a rentshuld oqwsit inepst-. M
their 6 v i it th'em it :'the- bilhe-ett' 1
-their Classes, and.keep theid regularly in School. in
Pupils will be etargeed fr.,ni time of enterinr till
end of the Session exe-ept-in case-of sicknes . L
. - .-Ternis :.f Ja
m tary jd, per. 'quarter.-4 ... ..%%2
1 Egglish .. ..,....
A. SIk.NINS Chair. . -.
-n E4P tBS TOk" CAr4:
WI1L.L..M .LL C it\.NE, Au-9 A
y Vgusta,Ga . wishin.;~ to re..duce his L.A RCE S
ained.ENTENSIVEh Stockl of Witer Uiry Go'eds. '
e'tlrs them freom this dante at Greatly Re
duced Prices 1 Ilis Stocrk of g
Rich Dress Goods, C
Usa lieen selected with treait ciare, nnd' - comprises c
thme most fashiioiablearticles in that Iinie. lie has en
on hatnd a largze :issertiment of la
TrALalAS, CL.OAKS ANI) MlANT1ILAS, on
which he is selling .aft'very' eenp.
Also, FLANNELS, TWEED)S, SATINETS W
and Kentucky JEFANS lower than ever beleure Al
Emboiered Collars and SIleves, very low. jT
Shawls, Cailos. G3inthamris amti! JDel.aes,
l1.nelishm anal Frencha Aerenos and Cashmcieres.
PI in-'anal Fiured French Flannels for Staeks T~
ande lI asks, very cheap ;l -
I lenv y ol'e Hiaik< ts, hower th:an ever;
12-4 I Fiun li:rd 1,tI -et<, cheape;
lih-nehied neid.Brow &hiirtiflgs anid .9hecatings ;
O. snabhurgs. Gottoni ad Wu,~ I osierv. &c,
wih he i.4 deem lidW-ei' -~
parie.. Thoseerho doLJ pnth e Dry g~oods'j
cheapj are respectully fiivlted' - (o~all and. examjiue
dan 14, St ______
BACON, LARD1 FLOUR, &c. II
Auguusta, Ga. . e~z
I Y Consignntents from Tennessee of P,.cON, F
.L LJA RD. FW U)LR, COR N, ke., will be ine
smnthy heavy this imsont. Persens wholn may have o
tee buv~ these articles. niro invited to give ni'a calIl.s
Everything is sold for cask , or eity aicceptanice. N
T. W. FLE.\llNG,.
Conmnission Mlerchant. gi
A ugusta, .Thtn 16 6t
P EM\ T1NGihie Poast .Ofiee, Edgefield~,
RI, st anury 1$5(% lPersons edif'un for
letters'en this list~ wiH pleafse sn.the are " ad ver
tiSed." . .
B-.De H Eurt, Joseph iSussey - A W Boitt, $
iiron . - .
C-31iss Ei Crow, 2, J R Cogbarit. $Mrs E A
Camweit 11 Chayipelt.
D)--a W Iuurst, airs N Durnir,- John Doby,
Fanod .--.Miss M Faulkner, J1 -H Ieir, 2, M M ei
.II Plyenaderson. L Hfoiloway, W W How~.i
ard. Isane hUnr, -W C Hiaden. iM
.1, K andl L-G W .Joines, A Jacksom, A
Jackseon, A Kemp, --.--Miy, Murs MI Medhloek.
1M--M Medllock, B'Maraii, NJ Mal~thews W. P ,ii
MctKelrar; A'. Me'.- 'n '' "' " 'e'- a
0 atwP--=19utz9OweneL Ouwine,
Parkst. W B Pren.eoat. M M Padlgett,&OPlunkeitt.-.
Et and S--R Rtainho, .1-8eigler, W. Satneels, W h
L, Steveins, J C Simiking, W Mi Sawyer:"
T andv 9W----omtins & Tuckeir. . C Turner, S
Woodruir, WV J Wilson, Mlrs E Walker.
A. R.\.\lhEY. P. It.
JTan 141 2t .
STlATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Richard H. Hlolson and others
n - Bill for Part'n.
IIY Virtue of an Order from Chn. Wairdlaw in
this cause. I will proceed to sell at thie late
residence of the late dohn Moseley, dee'd., aet
Wednesday, the 30ith day of .hlanuatry inst., one
Tlract or Pareluf Land, situated in the DJ.isti-iet
and State-aforesaidgeril waters of Turkey Creek,.
and cintaining 14our 'iuadred 'and Thirty aeris,
imore or less, adjoining JadfA veryBad W.
S. Mlobhev andl others. -.
41.sr, a likely Lot of Negroes numibern abo'ut
amng whlich is one House.C~ni'pentbr., abott twent1.F
five years ald, one find Wagh~ner. 4lts,.'of~ ex- r.
eelle'nt Cook. The othir are alt young ..nd liftyf ly
cansistin''of boys aun'girls.'' The~re wiTI dsobc tn
sold at tite same~ time' and plaed, a lot- of' g41 Pe
Mules, one Road Wa:.'in, one new Ginghead, a lI
lot of lBaconi, St'oek Hfogs, Ma!eh Cow'sCorn',
Fod der, &c.
The Rteal Estatetwili be sold ou a eicdit of one
und twao years. The perswotialty on a credit of twelve
months. All sums under Twenty Dollars cash. I
The pur.-hnsse money to be sceuredb~bds withJ
anglec sureties. C'osts to be paid in ail.
A L pm.eons iindebted to the estato of Mary- P.
Tutt, deceased, are requiested1 to miake paysnent; an
and' tho.se having de~minidd againat thme said estaite, ini
will present them prolierly attested to. ' -... alp
E. J. MIMiS, Ex'or.
Jan16 : -tf.n- --. *J -
I OST OR MIpLAID, by the Subscriber, a /
1J Note of hand signed by W. 1H. .1 orn, ibr ?
Thirteen Hundred and seventeen Dollars, dated on se
theo 9th inest. :l Aui.-rsor:i ard- b~Eiby mnotilied i
tii~15 t~iIuijfv sai J.t2 T. CIHEA.TILAMI.
J.m n 10 n 1856.1.
)Y Virt writsof00#,1a me"li
rected, I shall proceed to sell on the first
o141:1F inl F ry nie axt, at Edgelield C. 11., the
ja in poplel .0 wn ess viz: .
Luther 1o11 vs. Allen Fmilin; A. J. Rambo vs.
lie Same; other Plaintit"Ivs The Same, One i
net of Lanid eita:ning Fivo CThousand (5.000)
rr e or less, adjoining lAnds of Gen. James
n ern-'..ln and o'tnevrs.
Catherine-Moyer vs .ohn Autry and Mary An- a
y; Willis I6ines vs The Sameaud'daek Holmes:
ter Plaintifrs 4IJohn Autry, OueTract of Land
here Mrs. Mary B .suth now resides, contain
a Two Hundred andA6fty-acres, more or less,
joining lands of B. T. Boatwright, Mrp. Eliza- A
th Bush amil others.
A. Simkins, Cummissioner, vs. Jackson Hohnes
id Lewis Holmes; 11. T. Wright, Ordinary, vs
wkson ltlimes, Lewis W. lolnes; eieJ ac n
1 and Derick Holsonbake ; other Plainttis- vs
ick and Lewvis W. Holmes, Oiie Tract ofLand
ntaining Twelve Hundred (1200) acres, more.or
s, adjoining lands of Derick lolsunbake, J. A. ~
tt and others. P
Clark & Tillotson vs Tillman A. Walker; Samu- g
1 A ger vs The Same, One Negro girl Sarah. g
M. L. Plonham, Adm'or., vs ivenj. F. Strom;
F. W. Adams, Assignee, vs. The same; Other a
nintiffs vs The Same, One Tract of Land con- A
s ing Six hundred acres, nrire or less, adjoining n
Bkierillims Saitiuel Brunson and others.
)loes Harris.a:.Jaines Morris, One Traet of 8
ad containing 'two hundred and for.ty (240) acres,
tre or less, adjoining hands of B. W. Hatcher,
esley Wise and others.
S. S. Boye'-vs-Joseph Patterson; The Same vs.
ie Same: The Tract of Lid where the Defen
ut resides containing three (3) acres, more or less,
joiing lands of Win. F. Durisoe, F. W. Pickens
d others. - r
Johint L armon vs Francis Ann Harrison, One
act of Land containing- two hundred and sixty- 1
ne (269) neres,- mb ;or less, adjoining lands of
mes B1.Griffis, IiJi.:Bettisiand otheri.
John,M.-Clark vs ,4 h . Thomas and Thomps
Burnett, One Tract 6f Lindcontaining one hun
ed and niue (109) acres, more or less, adjoining
ids of Tandy Buckbatejr- Thomas. Morgan and.
ers-the property of'Thoiias C. Birnett.
S.:C. Stroni, Adi'or., vs William Strom and
hlin 1t. -Grifis; Saiuel4 Williais vs The samd; u
13. Tdlley,"Adm'or., 'vs James Wood, David ft
arles and William Strum.sr,. One Tract of Land
itaining. four hundred and'sixty-two (462) acres, _
Dre orlss,.adjoining lands of.Daniel Prescott,
illiam Prescott aud others-the property of Win.
James A. Talbert vs George Banks; The same .2
Geo Banks and Francis Owensby. One Tract of 1
ind containiug one hundred and twenty-five (125) p
res, more or less, adjoining lands of D. r..Self, ir
mes Furkins and others.
l11sopitWofiy vs'Vihli Hi-den; The- Sanie
The Same,. One Tract of Land containing twen
-ive (2-5) acres, adjoining lands of Jus. Woolley, i
lmund horris amid .reorge-e:nedicis. , W
S. and.J. Sampsobn vs P1. C. Godard.A. W a
,- sh .am w eg Girl..Rachel...
*. CiCNhia't in Busbei indhlJ -
Padgett, Ofie Tract of oda containin One
ndred and tenl (110) acres, more or less, ajoin
I land f nJobILgroon, Jack Rotten aidotbers.
Lark liekni aster vs 1. W. A buey ; Sale A
0rk vs The Saime ; LodRill vi The Same ; otlter w
intifrs vs The Same; One Tract of Land con- V
ing One Hundred and sixty (160) acres, more
l-ss, adjoiniig I uls of.John L. Nicholson and
W. Pickens. Alo, eight Negroes, viz: Annet,
hert, Luciuda, Marthia, Savannah, Ellen, Felix 2
:Uobt. C. Fain vs Samuel Williams; Other Plain- rc
. vs The Same, Seven. Negroes, viz: Rooth,
1i. Susan Francis, Kiih, Julia and Charles. o
int e We d'or.1 vs John A. Houston, b
In. 1imi dmi 4 J,.mes and A. H ouston ; bi
S. Clarks snrvivor,-vs. John A. Hloustoni, Charles of
P~tmt vs The Samie; Felix G. Pamrks vs The
e, seven Negroes, viz: Mary, Nancy, Henry, fe
be, 'olev, A my and Mludy. u
1h olm fmes vs MhArtha Mlosely, Ex'ix., One No- m
a 5oy Septimus. .. . .
ary Brooks, hearer, vs Win. A. Harris, One
Ti Ihrasher, one Gin..Fan, one Gin Belh, one pl
rnt Sheller, one Grinid Stone, one large Kettle,
SSet Ilieksmiith's Tools, Farming utenmsils, "ne
t lay, Shueks. Fodder, Brieks, Baskets, &c.,
one horse wa..'m, sixteen geese, &o.
lmaes P. Ctarih, Ex'or., vs S. S. Boyce andi
in. II. I'leass: Mary Carroll vs S. S. Boyce atnd i
mner Bushnell; other Plaintiff-s vs S. S. Boyce,.-,
. Neteroes, viz: E~lert and Mack.
tej.G(alhmat vs.]ienj. G. Rlyan, One Negro
in, Whiittield. e
..B. iDorn vs Benmj. Gallmatn, One Negro boy
LEWIS JONES, s...D. -
ti8 4te 52
'Shi~ritrs~a Ie. r
SATIC OY SOUTHJCA ROLTNA,
EDGEFEBLO DISTRICT, i
vs Sum,. in Partition. u
;harlotte Prior and others.
Y virtue of an order from HI. T. Wright, ordi
) nry of Edgetield Distriet, in th~e above stated .Ti
e, I shall proceed t'i sell on the first Monday in th
nary next-at Edhgenled Court 1lonse, the Rteal an
ate of Saramh Prior, dee'd., consisting of a Tract mi
Land conmtaininig Eighty-four (84) acres, more or -at
s, boundeda by lands of Andrew Beutter, 'Thloinas ,;
Iher, (Oyorge B .:bllls'iohleaa. j:
'eiLsis-A eredit until 1st Dec. next purchasers
ii bs~l~with txvgl iitianiid a Mortgage .
he priisio'tic remaT seehtre the purchaxso
ney. Creis*to'ba gai~'in cash.
. -......,. - L .JONES, s.r..n.
sA'II TE. SO'FH CA ROINA,
foep - - -kmn - Sam. in Pai-tItion, all
oh iPdrkminand others. ' co
X virtue of an order fromi H. T. Wright, Ori- let
-pp~fE~deield.Dis e -in thieabove stated *
,s hl~ardee' to~seLotliib'first Minudayi hy
jruarext;.at Edgefield-UpLj the real:Estt-of M
ev P~imim, dee'., eonsistiig of oiie' Ti-aet-of ""
ad edntaining 1Fifty -acres, mobre or leks, sitn-- b
ri in the Ifistriot and State~ aforesaid, adjoining' th
ds of Deouglass Rtoberts"on amnd others.
Iuasse~-iisseit4iatil- 1st Nov. next, purchtaser Vt
gp bahd- with two good securities and a mortgage P1
hpeiisee-to the ardindily.to secure the 'par
eioney.' Costs to bd~pnid in ensh. -i
LEWIS JONES, s. a. 9.
km e . - 4te . -N -: 52
STATE OF SOUTH A ROLINA,
R. T. Minms, -) T
-,s. Writ in Attachment. I
S. P. Tompkins. )L
B. C. Bryan, a
The Same.. l
S. Christie, A ssmieeo
a irious other Plaintitfs.
~Virtue of an Order from his H~onow Judge ym
D 1)2. Wardlaw,.in the above stated case, I hi
il roeedto selton Thursday the l7tht January em
, at the late residetico of the abaient Debtor,
P. Tompkins; the following property, to wit:
ut blues,One Wagmn, Omne Cart, One Car
ge, Uousehold and 1Sitehen Furniture, Farming
psieStock of Uattle and. Hlogs, Lot of Cyrn
knider,Cettn.Seed, &c., attached as thiepro
y ot, the p~efrndant S..P. Tompkins. Alsia-ee w
rse, Bridg ad Saddle. - tli
merws dash. LE WIS JONES, s.z.n..
an 2 35 52
Sale of Liaw Books,
D 1E sale of-tlie valiablo Law Library, and2
- Offegrirature, of tho late N. L. Griflin, se
.p .on4 neisdfij, the day after sale day s
etrfr i ,th"e 5th oh the month.
re boic ast be examined at the office of the
'itus OF SALE-Sums wider *20 cash, over that
c~unt on a credit till the first of January next, with
rest froari day of sale, anid note amid two ot' more]
Mi L.B3ONHIA M, Adm'r.
an9; 1856. 52 4
L4tPersoneinlebted to the late Firm of .Joht -
Clnmnmmf Sons,. by open Account must
ttle. JOHN A. CHIAPM~AN, -r
Newberry C. ir., -
~tildS) pt OtAPMAN, ai
[ll. Subscriber having necepted an appointment
L from the State which requires hii to reside
Columbia, offers the
rancluse Manufact'ing Establishment
or sale. Vaenluse Factory is a COTTON MILL
utaining 2184 Spindle%, 43 Looms,
ad all the necessary mtinehinery of a
nd is now in successful operation. It is situated
n Horse Creek, in Edgeflield District, three miles
om Graniteville, six miles from Aiken and four
en miles from Augusta, Ga.
The building is of Granite and his attached over
2000 Acres of Land,
And a Village of Thirty-four Comfortable
ir operatives. The healthfulness of the locality,
nfailing water power, facilities of Rail Road trans
irtation and convenience to the best Cotton market,
ive to this Manufacturing Establihment advanta
es possessed by few others in the United States.
It is expected that persons desirous of purchasing
ill examine the Mill and premises for themselves.
more minute description is therefore deemed un
Letters addressed to the Subscriber, Graniteville
. C., will receive'his immediate attention.
Jan 7 3t 52
IISS FA1NNIE GRIFFIlN will open
ta Female School at her Father's (Dr. R. C.
RaiPFIN,) iesidence on the first Monday in Februa
The usual Branches will be taught to ensure a
orough Efiglish education, together with Music.
r For References, Tuition, &e., see further
Jan 8 . tf 62
Pay . Your Debts!
. AVING mold out our Stock of Goods to
I. Messrs. S11LET & UsHEa, we wish to close
one old business as soon as possible, and there
ire must request those indebted to us to come for
ard and settle. J. SIILEY & SON.
Uamburg. Jan 7, 1856. 4te 52
LL - Persons indebted to the Subscriber, either
i by note or account, prior to the 1st Janunry,
956, are requested to come forward and make
yment, as.i am desirous of closing all outstand
I have on hand, and am daily receiving a large
STOCK OF GROCERIES,
.nd other articles adapted to Planters use, which
il be sold at LOW PRICES to ensh customers,
id those sending orders will bear in minA to no
Pmpany thet with the CAS[I, as that is an essen
i aricle in carrying on business.
B. S. DUNBAR.
Hamburg, Jan. 7, 1856. 4t 52
07 Anderson Gazette, Laurensville Herald and
bbeville Banner will each copy 4 times, and for
rd their accounts with a paper containing the ad
trtisement to B. S. D.
LL Persons indebted to Robinson & Jackson,
. in account for 1855, are requested to settle
e same by the 1st March 1856, as we are desi
us of closing our old Books.
And all persons having standing open accounts
our Books for 1853 and 1854, or indebted to us
Note, are earnestly requested to pay the money
that tihe, or they will be placed in the hands
an Attorney for collection.
Gentlemen ! One and all, settle up Spare our
lings from such a course, and save yourselves
necessary expense. Longer indulgence we can
t grant. ROBINSON & J ACKSON.
Hamburg, Ja~n 7 2m . 52
Abb.eville Banner and Independent Press will
aqe copy two months. -
otice Guardians, Trustees &c,
L L persons, having official returns of any kind
. to render into the office of the Conmmissioner
Equity for Edgefield District, are hereby notified
present them, properLy drawon ofT on a aseet of
ies paper, with separate voucbers to exhibit
yuents, between this date and the 15th day of
~bruary next. If they do niot, the law for such
ea, made and provided, wilt be piomptry enforced.
A. SIMKINS, c. v.. E. o.
Jan. 7 3 52.
Notice to Debtors.
NHOSE indebted on Bonds in ihe Commissioners
. Ofliee, which bonds are due, will please take
lie that I am under general instructions from,
rties to collect the dues oIf the ditierent estates
ider the management and direction of this Court.
s advertisement must be taken by all ia lieu of
rther special notice.
Those who have borrowed money of thec funds of
nathan W~ever, a minor, are exp~ressly notified
n the minor becomes of age early in A pril next,
d they must hold themiselves prepared for asettle
t in cash at that time. I matke this notification
the insance of the party chiefly itnterested, as he
II need funds imperatively, on attaining his tma
ity. A. SlKIN~S c. E. E. D).
Jan 9, 3m 52
State of South Carolina,
P. Ridgell, and Pauline, his wife) BiLL for Par
Jaob William Pope,.et al. )~ s.rle
Y Virtue of in order of the Court of Equity in
thisecase, I will proceed to sell at Edgefield
surt House, on the first Monday itn February next,
that Tract of Land known as tho Geiger Tract,
ataining two hundred and fifty acres, more or
M, siuated in the District of Edgefield on the
ters of Little Salads, water of Big Salada, bounudedi
lands of Lewis Mathis, Mrs. Miller or of Joshua
lr and of Zedekiah 'Watkins,'ynd also bounded
one ide by said Little Saluda River. This Tract
ig the Tract whereon Mark F. Pope resided at
s time of his death.
TwEs.---The said land will be sold on a credit of
e two and three years with interest after the ex
aion of one year.
Pur~asers are required to give their Bond with
o good sureties to secure tho piurceli money.
at to be paid in cash.
A. SIMKINS, C. a. E. D.
Jan 8 4t 52
State of South Carolina.
) Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
) field District:
Whereas, Allen B. Addison hathi applied to me for
uersufAdminitration, on all and singular the guods
d chattels, rights and credits of Daniel Kilcrease,
te of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These ares, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
igular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceas
,to be and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
jurt for the said District, to be holden at Edgelield
H., ont the 21st day of Jantiary inst., to show
use, if any, why the said Administration shonld not
Given under my hand and seal, this 7th day of
menary in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
undred and fifty-siz and in the 8th year of Amern
a Indendence. H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
an.~8 2t 52
LL persons indebted to the Estate of Wifliamn
Vance deed. are earnestly requested to settle
thout delay, and all those having demands against
e same will render them in legally attested
S. BROAD WATER, Admr.
Jan 7 tf 52.
LL persons to whom the Estate of James
W.~eathersby, deceased, is indebted will pre
nt their ctaims, and atl persons indebted to thu
id Estate, will maike payments to the undersigned.
WV. L. ANDILflSON, A dministrator.
Nov. 21, 1855. tf 45
Brushes, Brushes !
N Store a fine variety of Paint, Varnish, Grain
ing Blenders, Tanners, Whitewash, Crunmb,
stng and Hair Brushes and Combs-Flesh,
rushes and Hair Gloves-Nail, Tooth and Shaving
rushes, &c. For sale by
-A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 t f 19l
PWO Likely Negro Boys, who have worked two
L yea at the Carpenters trade, sean be hired on
oo rable termsn by applying so'n to
G EO. A. A DDISON.
J.. o 2t 52
RELIGIOUS & LITERARY JOURNAL,
SET FOR THE DEFNCE OF TaUTH, AND DEVOTED
TO TjiE DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE.
E. L. W-ATTLEY.
"Prove all things, hold fast that which is good."
Terms, $2,00 per annum, in advance.
W. F. DURISOE & SON, PUBLISHERS,
EDGEFIELD C. n., 9. C.
r 'HE main design of this JOURNAL is for
i the discussion of all subjects pertaining to Chris
tian faith and practice. Addihional to this, we shall
present such articles of a literary character, original
and selected, as will have a tendency to reine the
tuate and elevate the sentiment of the reading pub
lic. Politics also, considered as a science, and as
affecting the principles of Law and Government,
and more especially the mighty movements or the
nations, as they work out the designs of God, will
claim due nid proper attention. But Politics de
graded to the squabbles of.demagogues and factions,
will be utterly eschewed and repudiated. -. -
The Journal will conta FORTY PAGES of
reading matter, and such advertisements as our
friends may favor us with, not inconsistent with the
character of the work.--making at the end of the
year a neat volume of 480 pages, suitable for bind
ing in book form.
g" All communications intended for the paper
should be addressed- to " SOOTUaN Litrr,"I Edge
field C. 11., S. C.
gf Our terms or subscription ire Two DoL.ts
per year, in advance, on receipt of the first num
ber. Ministers of the Gospel, of every denomina
tion, who may be unable to comply with the terms,
will be supplied with one copy each, on application.
gW Day of Publication, first Monday in every
Editor and Proprietor.
Edgefield, S. C., Jan 1, 185?.
B,C. B RYAN,
At his Old Stand, the Brick Store,
H AS Just received his FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS, to which he invites his es
tomers aud the public to call and examine for them
selves, as he has a
,ARGE AND 00EP.ET
assortment of all kinds of
Goods for Ladies' Dresses,
Amongst which may be found
Rich. Plain, Black, Figured, Watered and Striped
Plain and Figured Muslin DELAINES :
French and English N ERINOS;.
Black BOMBAZINE, ALPACCA and CAN
TON CLOTHS. A very fine assortment-of. -
Ladies' Cloaks, Talinas &Nantillas.
a large and beautiful stock of
A full supply of
TWEEDS, KENTUCKY JEP'3, SATI.
NETS and CASSIMERbS,
For Men and Boys wear.
A splendid and well selected assortment of
Kierseys. Blankets & Negro Shoes,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
SHOE S, H ATS, CAPS, -C.
With every artic-le generally kept in a .Dry Goods
Store. Th.uakful for piast favors, I hope by. strict at
Lentiona to business to merit a coutiniuance of the same.
UT A liberal discount always madle for Cash.
B. C. BRY AN.
Oct 2 tf 38
EDGEFIELD MACHINE SHOP,
S JOHN M. WITT 2
takes ph- asure in
ion of the citizens of E~dgetield District, to his
W~hich is now in sueces-sful and compllete operation,
td also solicits an examination of hisi
Where lie has on hand an exte-nsive variety of beau
iful andi well-finishaed FU'[RNIT URE, consisting of 4
tihogany, Walnut, Rlosewood, Maple and Pine j
BOO0K CASES & WRITING DESKS,
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
WASH STANDJS, CRADLES, MA TRASSES, &C.
Always on hand a good stupplly of well -mado
sash, Blinds, Pannel Doorsi &c., kc, a
H[aving secured the services of the .meet compe-x
cnt workmen, I do not hesitate to say that .1 eann'e
ibit as fine and good work as will be found else
R EPTATRING neatly and promptly attended to.
gg" I will sell thie above artica on as reasonable
erims as the times will allow. Those who pay Cash
r their F"urniture in A ugusta or Charleston willI
mot fiind -nueh difference in our cash charges.
EW (.all and inspect the above Furniture before
SEdgeield G. H., Sept 5 tf 34
ALL those indebted to thie Undersigned, eithere
kby Note or Account, ate earnestly re-quested
:o come forward and se-ttle, as money I NKKD, and
noney I MUST HIAVE. All thos6 who fail to
roply with this request by Return Day may expect
:o settle with an Attorney. . --
Jan 1, 7t ' 51:r
There is a point &ceyond wchich forbearance ceases
to be justice.
A LL Persoins indebted may settle with-mc, in
- personi, (and thereby save cost,) at miy Count
ing Room until the 5th day of February, (sale day,)
after that time with Joseph Abney, Esq., my At
I would most gladly be relieved fronm the unplens
tt duty of collecting my dues by hawv, but unpleas
st as it may be, justie to myself imperatively de
mnds it ; and I shall certaminly make nto exceptions1
-nor do I wish to be questioned hecreafler as to the
motive of my action. W. P. BU.TLER.
Jan 1 5t 51
Ad iitao ' Notice..
A LL Persons having demainds against the Ea-te
of Win. Hf. Adams, dec'd., are hereby notified
Lo present the same, properly attested, for -paynteht,
md those who are itidebted to the Estate, are ro
uested to ake payment to
E. PENN, Adm'or.
Jan 24 tf 2
Last Call! 4
1)ERSONS indebted to the Undersigned will
take this as the last Notice. I have waited pa
tiently for twelve months, and on some much longer
and now 1 must say, that I wnt the money. Those
who do not pay up by the 6th dany of February next,.
will have to pay for their delay.
JAS. 11. SULLI.VAN.
SDec 26 4t ____ 50
FRMtheSubscriber on thIe 25th November
asasmall brown llORSE MULit, nine
or ten years old. A suitatble reward will be paid
fr aniy information leading to his recovery.
Jan 8 tf 52
A LL Persona anywise indebted to the Estate of
A A. J. Gregory, dee'd., are earnestly requested
to make immediate payment, and these laavnag do
mands will present them in legal form the present
moth, as we expect to settle the Fstate by the 1st
of February next. MARtY GREGORY)A'r
TIIOS. JONES. *d'r
T.... 2t o 52
r HF,Eercises of these Institutions will be re
- sumed on the third Monday in .Ianuary next.
Asieretofore, Mr. JAMES L. .LESLEY will
act-as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart
ment of.the Male Academy, will be conducted by.
*r. A. P.BUTL'ER, assisted by the learned and
highly a6mplished Aliss A. H. ARTilUR, and
other competent Teachers.
Rates of Tuition per Uession.
First Class,-Primary-Departmeni.......$9 00
Second " Ordinary English Branches,..12 00
T.ird " Higher ." ". '....15 00
Fourth " Greek and Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics,...........20 00
French, Embroidery, Needlo work, &c., usual
The Scholastic year will be divided into two Ses
sions of fie months each. Pupils will be charged
from the time of entering to the end of the Session.
Tuition in advance.
Good Board can be had in the Village at from
$8 to $10 per month.
S. P. GETZEN,
A. J. HAMMOND,
S. W. GARDNER,
J. C. PORTER,
A. P. BUTs.ER,
11. A. SHAW. J
Doe 5 tf. -47
T RE'exercises of this Institution will be re
sumed on the Fourth Monday of January
under the superintendance and instruction of Mr.
G. GA LPIIIN, aided by competent Assistants.
All necessary repairs and additions to the building a
will be completed by the opening of the School.
RATES OF TUITION, &c., the same as for
the last twelve years, aru as follows:
For Elementary Department, Class 1st, embracing
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Child's Ge
ography, per Se.vion, of 3 weeks,.........$6 00
For Elementary Depar't, Class 2nd, including above
and Arithmetic & Mitchell's Geography, per Ses
sion of 20 weeks............ ..........8 00
For Intermediate Department, including above, and
History and English Grammar,........$L0 00
For Higher Department, so much of above as may r
be considered necessary, with Natural Philosophy,
Chemistry and Mathematical Sciences, per Ses- I
sion of 20 weeks,.. ................. $12 00 I
Classical Department, embracitg all the studies ne
cessary to qualify the student for admission into
Sophomore Class, S. C. College, pr Ses. $15 00
Students are charged from time of entrance to
ad of Sension. No deduction for absence unless
mused by sickness of two weeks duration ; and
when deduction is expected the Principal must bo
3otified at-the time.
There will be an additional Twenty cents per
Sehoolar, per Session, to ieet the ineidental expen
es of the School. W. HARRISON, Cumpl.
Dec 26 St 50
HE. Trustees of Elton Academy take great
T plasure in announeing that they have se- a
Wed the services of 51r. PATRICK It. ADAMS,.
graduate of the South Carolina College, as their
reacher for the year 1856. The exercises of the
kcadeiiy will be resumed on Ole first Monday in
The Rates of Tuition are as follows:
For Latin, Greek and the higher bmnches'of Math
ematies, Philosophy, Chemistry, &c., per Session I
of 51 months,.......................$18 00
For Enalish Branclies, including English Gram
niar, Geography, A rithmetic, &c.. pr Ses. $12 00 f
This Acadtei is situated in a tedathiy part of the
istrict, and is removed from scenes of dissipation. .
rhe Trustees feel no hea'itation in recommaending
heir Academy as worthy, in every respect, of a
iberl share of patronage.a
W1 Good Board can be obtained convenient to t'
ho Acadenmy at about $8 per month, includingt
ashing and lights. 1
8. W. NICHOLSON, .
D. R. STROT HER,
JOS. A DA MS,
R. WV. ADAMS. j
Dec20 5t 50
THE GREENILLE ..
MPTIST FEMALE COLLEGE,8
l'H IS INSTITUTION, established by the Blap
tlat State Convention of south Carolina, and I
inder the control of the Board! of Trustees of the fs
urman University, will go into full ope.raiioni on
he first Wednesday in February next, with the 54
,lowing Faculty : ti
REY. H. A. DUNCAN,
resident, and P'rofessor of Mental and Moral
. Saence and 'Iisiory, .
PROF. CHAPMAN RL. TWVITTY,
L.ATE Paoysssoa is CAROouNA COLLEGEu, N. C.
'rofesor of Ancient Languages, Mathematics carl -
the Phisical Scieces.
REV. 31ARION W. SAMJS,
Professor of Logic and Belles Lettreu.
P'ROF. EDWARD It. BACON,
Professor of Music. g,
MIRS. 31ARGARET A. RICE, o
'rincipaL Instructress in the English Department. i
MIISS JANE CAMfERON,
ssociate Justructress in the E nglish De partmecnt.
.\TES OF TUlTION Psa ANN UA L SESSION
PAyADL.E sEMI-ANNUALY iN AnJvANCE.
A rrangemenla have been made for futrther assis- r
mneein thu various Departments as it may become
'rimary Departen........-.....$30 00 It
ollegiatu " ................-----.5) 00 ni
'cal Music, which every p~upil is requited
to take..................-----.--$ 300
'ino or Guitar, including use of Iustrumnts, 50 09
ncient Languages, ench...............40 00
odern " " .... .--..40 00
)rawing and Painting................. 40 00
'ancy Needle-work, Embroidery,........ 40 00 W
For $100 all the extra branches will be taught. tr
g Board for a large numtber of pupils can bo e1
btaind in the Collego Buildings, or in'thte imme- ti
iate vicinity of College, for $14 per month, mnelu
ig lights and washing.
The annual Term will commenee on the first
Vdlnesday in February and close the mniddle of
govember, with an intermediate vacation of two
reeks, conmmeneing thelsat Trhursdaiy In .July, thtus 1
orrespnding with the Term and Vacations in the
Any farther information will be given on applica-C
io o C. J. ELFORD, Treasurer, or to P
REV. RICHARD FURMlAN, ~ e
PROF. P. C. EDWA RDS, 9:
COL. T. P. BROCKM1AN, - 2
T. B. ROBERTS, ESQ., I i
P. EC. DUNCA N, F.SQ., .J *
PROF. J. P. BOYCE.
December 18 3t 49
$10,000 Wanted for 1856.
'11ilE Subscriber wishing to restrict his business
exclusively to the CASH SYSTEal, takes
his opportunity to inform his patrons that ho will
,nno Books for accounts this year, It is useless
o 4~isi as to the advantages, both to buyer and -
ieller of this system; A i-aoknowlcdge it to bethe
latedin to eepa good supply of articles in the d<
rariou braches of my business, I respectfully so- i
icita continuance of the liberal patronage so long c
rtsuded. Come on now with your small change, ii
and let us try it one year, and see how it works.
G. L. PENN, AGEr..
Jan 1, 1855. if 51
D ISSO L U TIO N]
H' lE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between 1
the Undersigned, under the Firm of WV. s a
F. Iluzr., is dissolved by mutual consent. d
The unsettled business of the Firms will be ad- P
usted by WuIrLrAM hiLLr, who is duly authorised to
ase the name of the Firm in iqujin
Hamburg, S. C., August 3l, 1855.
A CAR. t
F E Undersigned will continue the business in all d
ts branches at thd Old Stand, where he would be P'
sleased to have A LL who are iundebted to the Firm
a anywise, to call and settle without delay.
Hamburg, Aug3.1, 18$5. Gm 35
WAASIlNG anid IRLONING done to order. ]
VApnuly at this 0(1c...
_ - . *0-- -
Wor Tax Collector
TIIOMAS B. REESE,
A. It. ABLE,
M. -B. ,WHITTLB,
11E Undersigned have formed a partnership
for the Practice of Law for Edgefield Disetrict.
One or both will at all times be found at their
eflce in Law Range.
M. L. BONITAM,
Edrgefield, Dee 24, 1855. 2m* 5'
r TIE Undersignel have formed a Partncrshiy
fur the practice of Law in Figefield District.
W. C. MORAGNE,
H. W. ADDISON.
Dec 25, 1855. tf 50
DR1S. READY & KENNERLY will practice
Medicine together on the Ridge and neigh
gring vicinity. Office at Dr. Ready's.
Oct 17 6m 40
0. X. WRIGHT, DENTIST.
FFICE over Messrs. CAaXICNEAL
DJ& BEAN'S Ilardware Store, Broad
treet, Augusta, Ga.
All operations pertaining to Dentistry will be at
ended to with promptness, and to the entire satis
etion of all who may favor him with their patronage.
Cy- Gold Plate and Wire, Clasp Metal, Solder,
e., furnisned to Dentists for Cash.
Augusta, May I ly 16
0 AROLINA HOTEL,,
HAMBURG, S. C.
MRS. C. A. GRAY. PROPRIETOR.
BIIE Public are respectfully informed that this'
1. Hotel has undergi-ne a thorough repair, and
as been refitted in the BEST STYLE, regard
Ms of expense, and was opened on the First of
)ctober, for the feception of Boarders and accom
ation of Transient customers.
The best accommodation is guarantied to those
'hlo will favor the Proprietor with their patronage,
li the Management will be such as to command
)r the Ilouse, the reputation it has always maintain
a, as the Best Motel in Hfamburg.
Tie Proprietor assures the public that no pains
hall be spared on the part of the Management to
irnish the Table with the best viands the Market
f A ugusta and IHanburg af'ord.
Families visiting our Town are solicited to give us
trial, as our best exertions shall be devoted to ad
1iister to their entire comfort.
TIlE STABL ES beldnging to the Hotel will be
nder.the managment of an bxperienced Ostler
nd the best of care will be taken of Horses and
cehiclef left to hIs charge.
Hamburg, October 2, tf 38
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
A UGUST A, GEORGIA.
F. M. JENNINGS, PROPRIETOR.
i S popular and well known Hotel, the moot
K centrally situated in this city is now open
r reception or Customers. The undersigned was
r a number of years, the proprietor of the Globe,
ol flatters himself that he has still the ability and
sposition to afford1 to his patrons the accommoale
on of yore. lie will take this .occasion to say thit
u has secured the services 5f* M. J. V. CLA RK,
his assistant, and will guarantee to the travelling
blie, who may patro.nise his house, the best Fare
at can be furnished in the Augusta, Savannah,
barlestona and Northern markets. The United
utets is now openi under his management and su
rvision, and all he ask.. of new or old customers
a call, if they are net satisfied he will not com
F. M. JENNINGS.
No#2T; 855. 45 4mn
F HE Undersigne~d returns his sincere thanks to
Lthis friends for their patronage while located in
amburg, andl hecreby informs them that he can be
mdi (after 1st 8eptemnber next,) at the lfouse of
'A RlD, BLUIIA RD & CO., opposite the Ma
nie UI~l, A ugusta, Ga., whlere lhe would be ha.ppy
see anid serve them, and where a FULL and
Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
n always be found, which will be sold as LOW
from iy llouse in the City.
Hamburg, A ug 13, ~ AifRA31~
ostering, Mattress Making,
[ HJE Subscriber takes great pleasure in atnnoun
Lieing to the citizens of Edgelield and the public
~neraly, that he hea op~ened a Shop directly W~est
the Planters' Huotel, two doors below Mr. 13. C.
ryan's Store, whtere he is prepared to nmako
lattresses of every Variety,
AND) REPAIR & CUSHION
e., after the best and latest styles and on the most
He respectfully solicits a share of the patronage
the trading pnblic. Call and examine my work.
will recommend itself.
g.7 All business in the above line done promptly
d neatly finished. II. MARTIN.
Dee 5 -tf 47
lIHE Subscriber has just started, in connexion
L .with the above business, a
here lie is prepared to do all kinds of work en
asted to his care with perfect satisfaction to lhis
stomers, and at prices heretofore unknown in
I will make to order, and of the very best tanterial,
Tables, Desks, &c.
will also make to order, and at thd shtortest notice,
fevery variety, and in the best style.
07 Old Furniture repaided hanasotmely and
A share of public patronage Ia respectfully selh
ted. M. A. MARKEtRT.
De 19 - tf 49
HIAWIE just opened my usual large supply of
.Fresh Garden Seeds from the well known Gar
n of ii. Lanidreth & Son, of Phtiladelphia. It
generally acknowledged that Seeds grown in this
arden ate equel, if not suplerior to any grown in
is country. G. L. PENN, AozNT.
Jan i1 . t 51
The Last Dun I
" ONCE more appeal to these that are Indebted
.Lfor money, and should you fail to pay me by the
th day of February next, you cannot settle with
e fter that time, as I will on that day, without
stintion, tarn ever my notes anid accounts to the
roper officers for collection.
M. W. CL ARY.
Decc 261 St 50
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. RL.
B. Bouknight, dee'd., are earnestly requested
make immediate payment. All persons lhaving
mnas against the estate, wtill presenit thenm pro
.JOHN HUIIET, A'r
MARY BOUKNIGHT. dos
Dec 19) ly .49
SFIRST RA TE Taniper and Curie r.
Also, a good Black,4Inith- for saile or hire.
n itquire of F. O'CONNOR.
t. V:.a..., I.1d..l.el Dist,-ic, .Jan 7 f 52A
" Here shate ll ri ilitain,
l'nnwed by power, and unbriIb-d bW gain."
T ~I F, SubacrFiber.pinoses,..n ftmkooThursday
i ;jn February next,-if a ' nI d ' e couvaged, to
cenneae tie& lietin,ai 9dpur I Homser
of anndependent,-n-neutra . Newspaper
to be called ." TIIEDC EF% E NFORMER."
Tfie " InFoima" will 's the, , s At- '" of #0
writer's views on af subjects tiat mayin any- wise
interest the p.ople orLafuut their .Bigts. Reform
and P'rogress-will be th'e distiaguilluing fatfes of
the " INFoRM E2,1 and while its oulaimng sagi fur
nish the usuAmoutt or general mformtioun rela
tive to -Coeanree, Agriculture and Polities;
Soie'ne, Literature and t Ar'fa: most preminmt
nutorig tle subjects, contemptated discussioun, a
the question, of Tplig Eigeild and Barawell
so a to estsblistitwo new tbistriet' 'a Uorough re
form in our State polity, aA. Abepeopleuide aef
the Eleestl qeetiort. And also reform in tie mi
litia system of this State.
In -fi dispartmntie Eio trl% addbteil*
able and popular writers. and aoaruble, laborer
expense shall- be #pre& to mak:de "ireamza"
what a Newspaper ought to be."- -
SubcAption price $2 a year,ie iadvance-payable
on the receipt of the ist number
W Adilress Mb Sabiiber af EIgee1 C.
Ii., S. C.
Edgt-field, Dcefber 2', 1853.
N. B'.-Post Masters and others, who will set an
Agents, for the "xsoaassa,"Jpon sending in sew
names shall receive one py fiee. C. W. S.
Dec 26' 59
Valuable. Propertyfbir Sale.
T IM faernigned, intendirigtooe toGeogh
in a short time, bffiri for salS the following
valable property in- HarnbigS-fitisAidi*0Aibf,
The DWELLtNG091UAHM WC0N'oN-Market,
Comer of-, de te e alMstbroghtel
Mercer Street. The Dwelling and Kitchen aief
briek, covered with tie. - Qe*th Lot is-a Calriuge
House, Stable, and all necessary outbulldings.
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opposite the.
A merican hlotel, on which is a large TWO STORY
BRICK BUILDING, occupied as Two Stores ad
Dwelling-lot running through to Cobb Steet. 0
the latter Street is a large back Store.
The LOT on Corner Market and Leavsa*ot'
Streets, running through to lercer Street. On this
Lot is a new One and a half Story HOUSE, plan
tered and painted.
FIVE HUNDRED SH ABBS Mfuibsg sad
Edgeliold Plank Road Stobt. .
The above property will be sol- et -seeounmodaw
ting terms, or exchanged for land in Soutlera Geore
gia. or negroes. 1. A. MENRICK.
.Ilamburg, Oct I - t ! - ft
Valuable Lands for Sale
T HE Subscriber offers for sale the TRACT Op
LAND on which -ha now -lives, situated on
Savannah River, seveiteen miles above Augusta,
well adapted to the cultivation of Cotton and.Grain,
more orless.f Between five and six hadyed saere
of clearea land, one hundred of whielb is Aret quali
ty kow grmiand;r and one hundred saes fhaieh,-whilkb
the balance of the cleared land is in a fair state of
oultivation. The plneu has several fine sprinpo*
it. On the premise. are all necessary buildings.
It is = healthy a location, and as moral and inteUi"
gent a neighborhood.as can-be foundlin the hiistrG
One othe at co na $V$LP R
lure ~~b Oik
ther' gremis ani a sfeedis with
several good upri .. The piece is heakthy, locateel
in afineineighborhE'd, and well adapted eoaamuale
The nbove lands will be sold on accomnmodating
terms, and 'if desired, negro p, ~rtat fair prieesr
will bo ta~ditin ou~i-I tk pheasure In
showing the lands to'anyth may wish to pnrchsw-r
or any info.rmation given by addressing. the-subcI
ber at Woodlawn, 8. C. '" J. B- NOEMES.
Oct 2 8in 3
Land for Sale.
T HE Subecriver wishing to ebn i s liestiob
J.offers for sale his VALI1ABL PLANTIA
Three Hundred & Seventy-seveaAeres
Lying on Saluda River, and adjoining-landsof-Wm,
A. Strothier, A. Clark andt David Psynte, nleer
Blozeman's Ferry, and within two or three Paundred
yards of the Greenwille & Columbia Rai Road.
The Tract contains mbhotit one hundred acres is
original forest, whilstthe-reut is under fence. Ones
hundred and fity-1* In a -high' ytateor cultivation',
of which there is from seventy-five to one hundred
acre*s of fine bottom land equal to any and aurposed
by nono in the State. This Plantation has good out
lets and excellent ranges for stoek.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwelling
H ouse and all necessary plantation buiMings. Also,
a Spring of never failing water.
Lg" Any person wishing to puvebause will ..ll os
the Subscriber who resides on the premises, ad be
w-ill take pleassure in showing them tie above tre,
J. W. MAYNARD.
FOR SALE, *
T H E STORE HOUSE, next East of R. H.Sa
livan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, contaising
three rooms below, one sbove, and a gooi eeiar.
L'HE TAN Y A RD and Lot adjoinng.and ear- *
aning about three acres.
ONE LOT on the branch adjoining C. 5.. Refo.
R,. T. MIMS,5
EIAE osalearge a$l ftae oolletion of the
Consisting of PEACHES, PLUMS; APIiCOTS
N EC'AAUNES, FIGS, GR APE VINES-, PEA~
both standard and awirl,' APPUii|, standard and
dwarf. CIRRES, -sabndsrd amImsMt RlOSES,
Wat Ijiuiia nf M ~ eM
ntive'varieties, early and hate,4,is dIl as aif th e
ChocGFoireign kin'ds, aid' the trees are of Blaw
habits and growth.'
117 Priced Catalogues scat to all applicants.
Address SUMMER' & CRCAMMOND,
Oct 31 gm 42 Pomara,S. C.
T.~HE Co-Partnership existing under te Firm
A of LARiK & BUCKNASTER,wadiofd
by mutual consent on the 30th Deember 1855.
Either of the Partners will use the name of the
Firm in liquidation. The aceonugs and notes will
be kept at the Store if J.'C. Lark,'the sanme as oe
copied by us. We psrtieularly request our ems
tomers and friends to eslI and elose up their opee
accounts by Notes cr Cash.
J AS. C. LARK,
Hamburg, E. J. BUCKMAgSTER.
ImurDecember 10, 1855.
a'THE Undersigned having par
chased of E. J. Buckmaster his
interest in the firm of Lark & Buekmssteu, tes
this method of informing his friends and enstomaer)
that he will continue the business at-the smestand
as heretofore, where he will he pleased te see theme '
i intend keeping a large Stock of all kinds oft Good4
In the Grocery Line,
Sell as cheap as can be afforded, and will pay the
highest market price for Cotton, Fleur, Bacon, he.
JAS. C. LARK.
Ilsumburg, Dec 10, 18554 -: f6t 50
TS eh ivetr ~ ~ that a final set
t emient wilbe m e on the Esate of Daniel
Smith, dee'd., in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefleld
C. H., on the 4th Monday .in January peat. All
pereona indebted will please mnake, paymient by the
above time, and those having demands will present
them by the same time.
Oct 28, 1b55. . - 3m ." 42
TPH E Subscriber can aceommodate twelve or
I.fourteen Boarders desirous of attending the.
Edgefield Schools. Hiir dweling is ebavenient to
all the Schools hn the VIllago. lerm. as oder e
as could be expected.. L. S. ,10I1NO N
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