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shall lovo you more sincerely, or more arden
ly desire your prosperity in this lire, and yoi
happiness in that which is to come. I hip
always aimed at your real good, and as evei
one of you can testify, I have never hesitate
Inuch as I prize your favor, to run the risk
your displeasure, when your interests seen
to demand it. The result has justified ti
wisdom as well as the righteousness of n
course, and added another to the many illu
bations of the truth, that honesty is the be
policy. You have fully appreciated my m
lives,and extended to me the favor whic
should always be denied to thosse who cou
it as an end.
Itis needless for me to detail the reasoi
Wlch have induced me to believe that GC
has called me to another field. It is enoun
to say, that had I not been persuaded that
was The Divine will that I should go,I shou]
never have consented, especially after the r
ception of your letter, to abandon a positic
of so much promise. I leave you with mar
regrets, and long after I shall have been sel
urated from you in person, my spirit shall Iii
ger among you in its affections and its prayer
To that Gracious God, whose Iam, and whoi
I serve, I humbly commit you. lie can, an
I trust will, provide for you a better shephen
In the mean time, let me beg you to remen
ber the messages which I have so often born
to you in His name, and let us all endeavc
so to live, that, however we may be separate
in this world, we may meet hereafter in ti:
blessed assembly of the just, in which par
ing shall be unknown forever. That grae
mercy, and peace may be abundantly mult
plied upon you-that you may walk in th
light, experience the consolations, and finall
enjoy the great salvation of the Gospel,i
the humble and fervent prayer of one wl
has long and anxiously labored to bring yo
into fellowship with Christ, and who, with
true and faithful heart, subscribes himse
your friend, J. H. THORNWELL,
To THE COLLEGE, through Messrs.
D. F. JONES,
J. H. ELLIOTT,
F. S. GILLESPIE, Commitlee in behal
S. J..GAILLARD, (f the College.
W. R. JONES,
T. C. BAUSKETTJ
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND CHARLEI
ToN RAIL RoAD.-From the Annual Repot
of V. K. Stevenson, Esq., we learn that th
present amount of capital in this enterprise i
82,560,765, of which one million two hur
dred thousand has been paid in. Nashvill
and Charleston have subscribed 8300,00(
It is expected that seventy miles of road wi
be finished during the present year. Th
success of this great work will give to th
Southern States the carrying trade of th
great valley of the West, heretofore monc
polized by Northern lines. The report est
mates the cost of completing the entire lin
from Charleston to Cairo, at the confluene
of the Mississippi and Ohio, at less tha
fifteen millions dollars against forty-five mi
lions-the least cost at which aniy of th
Northern cities can approach it-with th
ndditionpl. advantage in favor or out city, c
300 miles less distance from the desire
"THE GLontous UNiox."-It is difficult t,
say who are the most vociferous just at thi
time for the "glorious Union," the Sonthera
Union submission men or the Northern abo
litionists. Tile Southern Sub, says it is "foi
ly and madness to think of dissolving th<
Union," and Seward & Co. ello "a lunalti<
asylum for the disunionist." The one cloak;
his fears and desertion of his righlts under rea
or pretended idolatry of the Union, and the
others their, knavery and hostility to th<
South under the same convenient mantle
It is also a significant fact thalt thlese tw<
parties-the Sonthern Unlionl submlissiunista
and Northern abolitionists-perfectly agrei
in their denuncialtion of Southern men wh<
are 'rue to their section, and would maintaii
thleir honor and rights at the salcrifice even o
the so-called "glorious Uniion."-Greenviill
T HE PROSPECT BEFOR E Us.-Notwithlstand
ing the gloomn and despondence which thl
defection of some of our public menl for
time throw round- the caiuse of- Souther
equality, the indications are, thlat thle peopl
are steadly moving ahead with a determin:
tioni to test the validity of thleir righlts in th~
fullest manner. That'thte timlid should dout
and shlrink from consequlences, alnd the tim<l
server waver, wa to be expected from th
first. Tet these things not shake thle con~f
dence of the true believer, but on tile contre
ry let him with renewed energy come dow
to tile wvork that is before hlim; theC hest wa
to vert, danger is to meet it face to face.
good cause -with resolute hlearts to support
nlever yet failed, and anima~ted by this hop
let us do our country, anld leave the cons54
quence to a just God.
CUBAN EXPEDITON.--TheC Washington Te
egraph of Monday says:
" The Cuban Expedition now on foot
said to be hleaded by Gen. Mirabeau B. L:
mar of Georgia, and Senor Gonzaless<
Ihnvann. It is said, also, thlat, Gov. Town
of Georgia, is identified with the enterpris
which has for its object the conferring<
liberty uponl the Cubans."
A FIGHT WITH INDIANS.--Te Wester
Texian, of tile 271h ulitimo, gives an accoui
of a battle betwveen Lieutenant Dodge of tI:
5thl Infantry, and fifteen dragoons fromt Foi
Lincoln, with a party of Indians, eighti
inumber, who had been commllittinlg man
depredations around Custroville. Thle Liet
tenant and his men followed trail a Ion
distance, came on thlemi, on tile San Sal
rIver, killed two of the~m, anld captured n
their horses, ten ill number.
SAD AFFAU.-We learn (says the Mad
son Visitor of the 26th inst,) thlat two lad
one five and tile othler seven years of ag
whlose parents are connected withl the factoi
niear Milledgeville, fell inlto a dispute a fe
days ago, when the youn~ger drew a knit
and inflicted wounds whichi resulted in tI
death of the elder.
gg-GREAT TUNNEL.--A very long Ii
nel has 1 een recently excavated in Franc
on the line of Rail-road leading from Marsei
le t Avig son. It is three miles in lengt
ixhun re feet under grond and ci
throrgei solid rock. The height is 10 metr<
[.30 feet,) and tile width 8 metres [24 feet]
The' 'work is finished-thle cars riunnu
through daiiy-and cost 10,200,000 fr-ane~s,
DIED, in tis Ijiftriet, on Thursdaythe 24:
A pril, Mr. Jassa Gia~uaa, in tile 68th year
DIED, at his residenee i. Cherokee, N. C
on the 14th inst., Mr.' SAMUEL REED, aged 1(
years; one among the last of the brave Revol,
tioners of '70. H~e was a native of North Car
hina, and fought at the Eutaw Springs; Mo:
mlouith, Guilfo~rd Court House, King's Mountai
and several other places; he also served 0
t-I _ s Ej 91arit.
v Corrcespondence of the Advertiser.
V IAIMBURG, April 28.
Mr. Editor :-The past week has been vet
languid in every thing pertaining to Cotton.
ie The decline in Liverpool, caused by the declii
T which took place here some six or eight weel
- ago, would hive produced but a slight declir
h_ here, had not the receipts 't the Cotton shippi:
h Ports, far exceeded the general estimates. Ti
rt gain of two weeks in the receipts of about 60,0(
bales added to previous receipts exceeding h
I years by 170,000 bales, has caused a gener
d glooin among buyers, and very few have ti
it nerve to take hold freely. I quote fair to prim
d 10 to 104 ets.
. Bacon lihs advanced : Sides are selling at 1
n ets; Shoulders 10 cts; Hams 121 to 134. Cot
Y 87 to 95 cents.
No great change in other articles.
CHARLESTON, April 28.
There was a moderate demand to-day in ti
. cotton market, but prices depressed. Sales S(
0 bales, at 7 a 11-the bulk '(500 bales) at 84
r 10 cents.-Carolinian.
t COLUMBIA, April 28.
A good degree of activity prevailed to-day i
" the cotton market, prices however, are still teni
V ing in favor of buyers, although the decline t<
y day did not amount to a quotation on rates cui
s rent at the close of last week. 85 bales we:
0 sold at prices ranging from 6j a 104.-Tel.
TnE following persons have paid up to tlh
time affixed to their names:
Allen Little, to 3d April 1852.
J. M. Mathis, to l3th March '52.
Jefferson Sturkey, to .d April '52.
Col. G. D. Mims, to 6th March '52.
Dr. Benjamin Waldo; to 3d April '52.
Win. Andrews to 11 th March 52.
t Franklin Johnson, to 2Stl Feb '52.
A. J. Briggs, to ist Jan '52.
s A. J. McCartey, to 20th Feb '52.
- Salmon Clark, to 10th Jan '52.
P. Williams, to 20th Feb'52.
Wm. S. Howard to 4th March '52.
D. L. Rotten, to 5th March '52.
Eldred Wells, to 28th Feb '52.
3 Giles Martin, to 30th Dec '51.
- Win. B. Mays, to 12th April '52.
- Martin Ouzt, to 6th March '52.
John Swearengin, to 15th May '52.
I James Murrell, to 8th Feb '52.
- Robt. Brooks, to 17th April '52.
D Toseph Lloyd to 28th April '52.
L Col. Wm. QUattlebum, to 2d Jan '52.
Edmund Penn, to 8th Feb '51.
V. A. Herhlng, to 24th July '52.
John V. Tfillman, to 24th April '52.
Rev. James M. Chiles, to 24th April 52.
i Dr. B. T. Yarborough, to 24th April '52.
IA. D. Bates, to 24th A pril '52.
Amon Lindsey, to 8th Feb '52.
Joseph A. Kieran, to 27th Feb '52.
Wilson Kemp, to 1Gth March '52.
Butler Lodge, No. 17 I.0 0, F
AhRegular meeting aftthisLodg
JOSEPH AB3NEY, See'y.
AN EXTR A meeting of CON
SCORD)IA LODGE, No. 50, wi
be heold at their Uall on Monda
the 5th May' at 7 o'clock P. N
A punctual attendauce of all th
-Members is requested.
CHARLES McGREGOR, SEC'RY.
'May 1 1t 15
AS Committee for Building, we, ite undet
sgetake pleasre ini expressimg our er
tire approbationi, for the neat, handsome an
-workmanlike manner in which Mr. RAMEY li
e put up and finishted oIY thte New Church att R<
publican ; and we deem it but just and proper I
- make this acknmowledgmenit through the Adve1
yGEORGE BOS WELL,
t JOIIN AD)A MS, ~ Comm't
e T. B. REESE,
R. MERLW.ETIHER. J
.April 28, 1 15
I).NA WA Y fromt the Subscriber, H ENRI
JA a Mulatto man, about twenty-one years
age, five feet 6 or S incites high. sandy hair, ar
Sblack eycs. He has ai scar aceross the right arr
-just below the shtoulder muscle-mtade with
knuife. Uie had on when lie left, a jacket at
pants of brownt mixedi winter factory cloth, a cc
ton shirt with smtall blue stripes on it, a blue elo
capi much worn, and fine pegged shoes. I
also carried of a gray t willed blanaket, ith a bla<
stripe oin each enad. His clothes are very dirt
as. he. ha~d beent out for several weeks.
n The abiove reward will be paid for his delivec
t ini any jail, so titat I can get him.
e M. L. BONH AM.
tA pril 30, 1851 tf 15
STATE' OF SOUTH CAROLINA
g Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edg
a jfield District:
SWhiere'as Franicis O'Concr hath applit
to me for Letters of Administration, on
.and singttlar the goods and chiattles, righ
and credits of Zelphee Nobles, late of tI
SDistrict aforesaid, deceased.
~'These are, therefore, to cite and admoni:
y all amnd singular, the kindred and creditors,
Sthe said deceased1,to bte and appear before n
'at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Di
e trict, to be holden at Edgefield Court Houn
on the 12th day of May next, to show cause
anty why the said administration should n,
IGiven under my hand and seal, this the 28
,day of A pril ini the year of our Lord oi
thbusand eight hundred and fifty-one, and
the '75thi year of American Independence.
s - JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
gMay1, 2t 15
A LL4 Persns having demands againist i
" estate of Martha Hall, dcc'd., will prese
thtem to the subscriber properly attested, am
those indebted will make payment.
h SlLAS LANIERt, Adm'r.
if May I, 4t 15
1'PALMER TYLER, living in Granit
. . vlletolls before me a BAY HOR1S:
-. with white hinid feet, star in the foerhead, blii
- in both eyes, about fifteen hands high, and su
; posed to be nine years old. A ppraised at $15.
e J. J. SENTELL, M. E. D.
2. Fe.. 13,185-.__ 4n., n
Graniteville Man'ng Company
Capital Stock.............. .360,000 00
Y Debts due by the Company.... 50,578 41
- Profit and Loss............... 1,014 31
ie Real Estate and Machinery ....$320,199 00
g Merchandize and Material...... 87,946 03
Debts due the Company....... 2,565 46
0 Cash on Hand............... 882 23
S* $441.592 72
e Sworn to before ie this day,
e J. J. SEN'ELL, M. . D.
Graniteville, April 23d 185 1.
e May 1, it 15
7 I Hamburg Republican copy.
H e a d-Q u a r t e r s,
MILLVILLE, APRIL 26, 1850.
ORDER NO. 14.
T HE LOWER BAT'ALION of the 7th Reg
iment, will parade at the CnEROKEE PONDs,
c on Saturday the 7th of June next, at 11 o'clock.
0 The Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Offi
a cers will assemble the day previous for Drill and
The UPPER BATIALION of the 7th Regi
ment, will parade at the PiNE HousE, on Satur
day the 14th'of June next, at 11 o'chk. The
n Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers
will assemble the day previous for Drill and In
Captains are charged with the extension of
this order to their respective companies.
0 By order of Col. G. D. Mims.
S. B. GRIFFIN, ADJ'ST.
May 1, 3t 15
13 The Hamburg Republican copy 3 times.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY JOHN IIILL,Esq., Ordnary of Edge
Whereas, Charles Nickerson bath applied to
ine for Letters of Administration, onl all and
singular the goods and chattles, rights and
credits 'of Jesse Gilder, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
triet, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 12th day of May next, to show cause
if any, why the said adtilinistration should not
Given tnder my hand and seal, this the 28th
dav of April, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and in
the seventy-fifth year of American Indepen
dence. .JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
May 1 . 2t 15
To Contractors & Builders. I
EALED Proposals will be received by the I
Coimmissioners of Publie Buildings of Edge
field District, for the building of a NEW JAIL,
until the 15th June next. The Plan and Speci
fications of the work can be seen at the Sheriff's
JOHN HUIET, CHAIa'S.
April 17 ot 13
0' The Temperance Advocate and Augusta
Republic will publish the above weekly, until the
15th Jutne, and forward their aceounts to this
office for payment.
ALIKELY YOUNG NEG RO MAN about
*?twnty-four years age, who was raised in
Virginlia, and has served its a striker in a Black
smith Shop for ten or twelve years.-IIe is sold
tfor no faut. If not sol at private sale previous
to sale-day next, he will be disposed of at public
l-l- For further particulars, apply to Mr. G. L.
A pril 24 2t* 14
Stratyedl or 8tolen
EROM the Subscriber, on the 18th instant,
-. from his residence two miles of Edgefield
a Village, a BL ACK llORSE, about 15.1 hands
high, long inane and tail, with a blaze in his face,
some of hiis feet white, also a white mark caused
by the saddle-good limbs with the exception
of a small knot otn one of huis of fore legs, and
about 7 or 8 years old. Any infortmation res
- peeting said h'orse left with Mr. Jolhn A. Addi
- son at the Village or the Subscriber, will be
a thankfully received.
s B. Rt. ADDISON.
.|A pril 24 tf 14
* | StOLen
O\N the night of the 9th inst.,
from the subscriber, who lives
5 miles north-wvest of the town of
. Newberry, on the main road from
Greenville to Columibia, a Black
MARE, about sixteen hands high, about nine
-years old, well miade and in good order. She
-trots well, but does not pace, atnd walks fast ; has
a long tail and mane; is jet black; has a small
5, white spot in the centre of the forehead, and a
>f little white on both htind feet just above the hoof,
d not reaching to the fetlock.
1,Any person bringing back the said Mare, or
a fnrnishinig information, so that shte can be got,
d shall be haindsomaely rewarded. I would also be
t- glad to r.eeeive information so as to convict the
lu thief who stole her.
[e ISA AC KELLER.
k Newberry C. HI., A pril 21, I t
,lIT The Palmetto State Thanner, Greenville
IMountaineer, A bb~eville Banner anid Edgefield
7 A dvertiser, will please copy once and forward
bills to thlis office.-Netwberry Sentinel.
WTILEY TBIER.\lAN, living near Liber
Vty 111ll, Edgefield District, tolls before me
a BltOWVN BAY HORSE, supposed to he six
e.yer old, two hitnd feet white, blaze in hlis face.
imarked withl the gear, 15 hands high. A ppraised
d at forty-five dlollaurs.
AprilO11N TOMPKINS, .'M. E. D.
h ,LL tsehaving demands against the estate
fIcoiAte B. A ddisotn, deceased, are requecs
e ted to present them properly attested and tU -
-indebted to maake paymnent.
G. A. ADDISON, ,xru
if E. J. MIMS. E s
)July 24 1850 tf 27
h Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's
n T UST Received 6 dozen of Old Dr. Jacob
f) Townsend's original compound Syrup of Sar
saparmlla, and for sale at the Drug and Chemical
_ Store of -A. G. TEAGUE.
May 1, 1850 tf . 15
d Ayoung negro wonman and chihl.
L. do do do seamstress, washer,
starcher amnd ironer. At private sale, apply to
0. J. MDIS, Ez'rs.
Jan. 8th 1831.
59BOXES TURPENTINE SOAP,
- 0boxes Variegated do .
14 Cases Chinese Washing Fluid. For sale
by IL A. KENRICK.
Ilumu.r ,. e 3if 3
NEW SPJR WAND SUMMER
Cheap and ow for Cash!
T HE Subscriber respectfully invites attention
to his large andhiandsomu assortment of
FRESH GOODS, dspted to the present and
approaching seasonhT' Among which may be
found most of the lidsand fashionable Styles of
LADIES' DR 7 DS, such as -
Plain and Fig" lack Silks,
Plain and Fig hene do (very pretty,
Foulard Silcs Inslins,
Printed Jaeon a Swiss luslins,
Plain and Pria rgandies,
Brocade Tissa eges, Grenadeens,
Crepe de'Parrisw Senoh Cambries & Lawns
French Scote American Ginghams,
Embroid'd A lars, Cuffs and Sleeves
Edgings and rtmgs,
Silk Threaan d Gloves,
Silk and Cotton posiery,
Silk Crape and'Sfraw Bonnets, with hand
iome Ribbons and Artificials to match,
Fans and Parasos-with many other arti
ls useful as well as.boamental.
Also for tsse Gentlemen.
)RLEANS CLOTHS, SPRING CASIMERES,
LINEN DRILLINGS AND NANKINS,
HATS,GLOVES,-OPERA AND GAI
TER BOOTS, SHOES AND
SLIPPERS, &c., &c.
Together with a general assortment of
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SADDLERY,
Ul of which shall be sold at the lowcet market
rice, with a liberal discount to those who buy
W. P. BUTLER.
April 3, tf 11
W. P. BUTLER,
[ NVITES attention to his large and handsome
assortment of JEWELRY among which may
)e found Gold and Silver WATCHES, Guard,
ob and Vest CHAINS. BRACELETS, Ear
ud Finger RINGS, MEDALIONS, LOCKETS
UTTONS, SEALS, CHARMS and BROA
;1ES, of the most fashionable pattern.
-A L.S 0
I lot of superior DO.LE BARREL GUNS,
April 3, tf
R1HE Undersigned is now receiving a com
. plete assortment of
lipring and Summer Goods,
'onsisting of the latest styles of Dress Goods,
3areges, Tissues, Lawns, French and Linei
inghams, Spring and Summer Silks, Bonnets,
tibbands, and a full assortment of Trimmings
nd Millenery Goods, Rich Muslin and Lace
'npes, Cuffs and Collars, Silk and Lace Shawls,
Iosiery of all kinds, Gloves and Mitts, Gents
nd Boys wear, Domestics of every description,
3oots and Shoes, Groceries of superior qualities,
fardware, Crockery, Willow Baskets and Wag
;ons, Carpet Bags, Parasols, Umbrellas, &c.
'ancy H AMS and Fitches celebrated SIOUT,
DERS, Superfine Canal FLOUR, fresh every
month, and in short every thing necessary to
supply the public wants.
Having taken special pains in selecting Goods
rom the best and most fashionable Houses in the
!ity of New York, a careful examination is re
nuested to test the cheapness and quality before
murchasing elsewhere. Thankful for patronage
eretofore received, no pains shall be spared to
uit customers nor no lntentional misrepresenta
ion of Goods.
A pril 24 ... 4- --- - 14
AGNEW, FISHER & Co.
NE WBERRY C. HI.,
importers and Dealers in
GUNS, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
GROCERIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
HE advertisers would respectfully invite the
Lattention of persons visiting Newberry, to
n examination of their Stock of Goods, which
(insists of almost ever'y article in the HA RD
AR E, GROCE RY 4- DRY GOODS line,
1 of which they will sell as cuna~.r as thie rtnten
irticle can be 'purchased' in Charleston, with
ranport ation only added.
AGNEW, FISHER & CO.
N(o. 2 and 3, Merchant Row,
Tn front of Newberry Court H ouse.
A pril 17 3m I13
To the Public.
WE are now receiving a large and well se
v'lected stock of DR Y GOODS. GROCE
UES, IA RL)W A RE, HATS,SIIES, &c.
Which will be sold at the wEasr nmarket price.
WILLIAMtS & CilRIST.IE.
March 27 tf 10
Iee! I '! Iee!
T l1E Subscriber keep -onstantly on hand a
ilarge supply of SUPERIOR ICE, whole
nle and retail, which lhe of'ers to the City and
>untry trade, on as resonable termas as any
ither House in the City.
JOHN B. MARTIN, AGE.T,
Charleston Neck Ice HousO.
Charleston, S. C., March 15, 1851.
. B -Persons wishing Ice sent to any place
rn the South Carolina or Georgia Rail Roads,
an be supplied by addressing a letter to the
gnt, at Charleston, S. C., and the Ice will be
orwardd on the receipt of the seine.
J. B3. M., A gent.
Cost price charged for Casks and Blankets.
Drayage to Rail Road, 12j cents per package.
March 20 , if 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L M. Mundy and others, Bill for Mar
R. P. Quarles and others. shliltg Assets.
TN pursuancee of an Order of the Court of
LEqity in this ease, passed at June Term,
1850: Notice is hereby given to the Credi
tors of the late Mercantile Firm of Penn &
Brannon, composed of G. L. Penn, Edmund
Penn and William B. Brannon, and for the
year 1837 of the same persons, and of Shep
pard S. Hudson, and of Brannon & Mundy,
omposed of said Win. B. Brannon and L.
H. Mundy, and of Brannon, Mundy & An
derson, composed of William B. Brannon, L.
H. Mundy and Robert Anderson, and of
Brannon & Anderson, composed of Win. B.
Brannon and said Robert Anderson, and of
. WV. & W. B. Brannon, composed of said
V. B. Brannon and E. WV. Bran~non, and also
to the Creditors of the individual partners
composing said Mercantile Firms, to prove
and establish their demands before me on
Monday the 26th dry of May next, and fail
ing to do so, they will be barred from any
share of the assets prayed to be Marshalled
in this ease.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E.. E. D.
Comm'rs Office, April 9, 1851.
April 10 '7t^ 12
0010 Lbs. BALTIORE SIDES,
1 j'''Just received and for sale low by
M..arch2 18,1 . tf 10
WHOLESALE & I
UNDER THE UNITED STA
J M. NEWBY & CO., have just receiv
j CLOTHING. Gentlemen in want of
BEST MA TERIAL, MAKE and FIA
They also keep a large lot of fine SHI
W Call in and see them.
April 17, 1851.
More New Goods,
BY THE LAST STEAMERS.
WILLIAME 1, CRANE,
H AS received the balance of his Stock i
SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD,
which makes his asosrment complete and mot
extensive than he has ever offered before, en
Rich French Organdies and .Taconets,
Rich Silk Berttiste and Tissue,
Rich Black and Chene Silks,
Elegant Black and Blue Lace Veils,
Very Rich Embroidered Paris Lace Capes,
A large assortment of Muslins, Lacons, Ging
hams and Prints, very cheap, .
Another lot of Cheno Berages, cheap,
Rich Lace Shawls, Mantillas and Searfs,
Fine Embroidered Muslin and Lace Sleaves
Rich Embroidered Lace and Muslin Colli
A large assortment of Parasols and Fans
the newest fashion,
Fine French and English Drap DeEte,
Elegant Embroidered Mtarseiles Vest Pattern
Fine Black Mohair Cord, for pants,
Fancy Single Milled Cassimere,
Brown Linen Herrinbone Drilling,
Fine fashionable Linen Drilling,
Fine White Marquise and Berage,
Small figured French Prints,
A large assortment L. C. landkereliefs, son
very fine and rich embroidered,
A large assortment English and German H<
Embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains,
Turkey Red Cambric, Furniture Diruity,
Furniture Fringes, Irish Linens,
Table Diaper Damask Napkins,
Kidi Gloves and Twisted Silk Mitts,
Irish and German Linen Sheeting,
Pillow Case Linen, Fine Black Alpacca,
Fine Mourning Muslins and Lawns,
o these and other rich and fasbionable Gooi
not eriu'merated, he would rei~etinlly Invite ti
attention of purchasers. He is determined 1
sell as low as any other House in the City.
iIX First Dry Goods Store bclowo the Unite
A pril 24 2t 14
New Goods, New Goods.
ALLERSTEDT & WIBERLY, have ri
' eived at their old stand, corner of t1
Globe Hotel, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., f<
Spring and Summer, the newest and most eli
gant styles of
Plain Figured Black SILKS,
do do Colo'd "
Supr Embroidered MEUSLINS,
Extra Rich VELUTINES,
Earlston GING T1AMAS and PRINTS.
Needle Worked COLLA RS and CUFFS,
New style Lace PR INTS,
do do do CAPES,
Embroidered Crape SI[A WLS,
A complete nssortment of Blea'd ana B3rowi
SH EIETINGS mnd SH IRTING,
Irish LINEN and Linien SIE ETING,
Superior Table 1)A MASK,
Birds Eye DIAPER and TOWELLlNG.
CLOThS, CA SSIMER ES and VESTINGi
Lima Pant Stuff, great variety.
OSN ABURGS and STRIPES, &c.,
To whieh they in vite the attention of famili<
visiting the city.
A pril 21, tf 14
Sugar and Coffe~e.
2011H1S. SUGA R, different brands,
75 Barrels St. Croix Granulated Sugar,
16 Barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
1000 Lbs. Loaf Sugar, double refined,
50 Barrels Caffee Sugar,
75 Bags prime Rio Cofeee
25 " best Old Government JTava Coffee.
For sale by A. BURNShIDE.
JHamburg, Feb 13 tf 4
.gging and Rope.
25 Bales GUNNY BA GGING,
20 Pieces Dundee Bagging,
75 Coils, 4 inch Kentucky Rope.
For sale by A. DURNSIDE.
H a burg, Feb 13 tf 2
LL~ persons indebted to the estates of Thu
Flood, deceased, are requested to make ir
nediate payment, and all those having deman
against said estate to present them properly attc
edacorin t lW.M. HERBERT. A dm'r.
Sept 2, 150 ly 33
Land for Sale!
r HE Subscriber offers for sale that excelle
.tract of land whereon he now residles, s
nated in this District, on the Martintown i
Ke Roads, twenty miles from Hamburg,, ai
eleven from Edgerield Court House-ontoin
five hundred and sixty (560) acres.
Said lands arc in a healthy locality, well ratt
ed with excellent springs of water. Attach
to the premises are a good Gin-House and Sere
with all other improvements, necessary for fart
Jan 9 . tf 51
ALL those indebted to the Estate of Abi
Robertson, deceased, are requested to ma
payment, and those haviing demands to prest
thet, properly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adm.
A pril 29, 15
Boarding for Young Ladies
T H E Subscriber will accommodate with boa
Iing, ten or twelve Young Ladies. I
House is roomy and pleasantly situated, conve:
ct to the Female Academies. Parents a
Guardians may be assured that every attenti
necessary wvill be paid to Girls committed to:
eare. EDMUND PENN.
a. 1. 181 tr 50
ETAIL DEALERS IN
'ET BAGS, &c. &c.
TES HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEO.
ed their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS in their line, can find them of the
IS1f at their Establishment, under the United
RTS, DRAWES, SUSPENDERS, &c.
More New Goods.
T HE Subscriber is now receiving an opening
one of the largest and best selected STOCK
OF GOODS that has ever been offered for sale
in the country, consisting of a great variety of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE. CROKE
f RY, GLASSWARE 4. GROCERIES,
" and in fact FVRY ARTICL. usually made use of
c in the country, and will be sold very LOW FOR
CASH or on accommodating terms to punctual
M. W. CLARY.
April 8 ot 12
New Commission House,
H AMBURG, S. C.
T H E Undersigned having been engaged in a
GENERAL COMMISSION and FAC
.TORAGE BUSINESS for the last fifteen years,
in this place, takes pleasure in informing his old
customers and the public generally that he has
opened a House to transact said business in all
its various branehes.
From the long experience he has had in this
business, enables him to say in confidence, that
he will do as well for those who patronise him as
any other House in the United States or Cali
fornia. and that no effort shall be left untried, on
his part. to do Cr-rER.
Consignments of COTTON and all other spe
cies of produce, as well as MERCHANDIZE
for the Country will have his individual and per
sonal attention, for which, he hopes, his labor.
may be beneficial both to his consiuents and
A. M. BENSON.
April 1, 1851. 6m 12
RE ADY CREEK, April 2d, 1851.
ORDE R NO
THE LOWER BATTALION, 9th Regiment,
S. C. M., will appear at the RED HItJL, On
s Saturday the 10th of May_ next, for: Drill and
>oThe UPPER BA TTALION, will appear at
SmnxaURG, on Saturday' the 17th May next. for
dj Drill and Review.
IThe Comnmissioned and non-Commissioned
IOfficers will assemble the day previous armed
- and equiped as the law directs for Drill and In
.The Major of ceh Battalion is charged with
the extension of this order.
iBy order of W.M. QUATTLEBUM,
r Col. 9th RegtS. C. M.
A pril 10, 3t 12
Comras's X ROADs, March 13, 1852.
ORDE R, NO
TPIHE UPPER BATTALION of thme 10th
IRegiment, S. C. M., will appear at Towles',
on Saturday, the 3d of May, for Drill and Review.
The Lower Battalion, will appear at Mt. Wil
linhg, on Saturday the 10th of May, for Drill
The Commissioned and non-Commissioned
Officers will assemble the day previous at theo
place of render;:ous of their respective Battalions,
for Dfrill and Instruction.
By order of M. W. CL ARY,
I Col. 10th Regent S.C.M.
March 20 8t 9
.21 Tanner Wlanied.
-GOOD TANNER and DRESSER of
..Leather, who can come recommended as
being well qualified to carry on the above busi
ness, can obtain immediate employment adid good
wages, by applying to the Subscriber personally,
or by letter directed to Longmire's Store, Edge
field District, S. C.
A pril 17 tf 13
lJJ7 The Augusta Republic and Charleston
Sun will copy the above once a week, for two
months, and forwvardi accounts to this ofiee.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
P ANAWA Y from the Subscriber some time
La in December last. a negro man by the
name of LUKE, about thirty years of age, five
feet ten or eleven inches high, dark complexion
and rather pleasing cotuntenance. I purchased
him of Allen S. Dozier, of this District, near thme
- Saluda River, where lhe is wvell known, and most
'likely lurking in that neighborhood.
s I will pay Fifty DJollamrs for his delivery to me
in 11amb~urg, or '1'hirty Dollars for his delivery
to any Jail in the State.
G. W. GARMANY.
.JHamburg, Mareh4, 1851. tf 7
at T D. TTBlBETTS will hereafter sell
t) J BOOT02S and SHOES, at the fol
d lowing prices, for C AS H O NL Y:
d JFine Water Proof Boots,...........$9 00
g Fine Pump Boots,............-. 8 00
Fine Welted do................-. - 7 00
r Men's fine Pump Shoes,........... 3 75
d do do Welted do........ ....3 50
, do Kip do do............ 200
iLadies Calf Shoes,................ 1 75
January, 1851. - tf I
IZn statu quo ante bellum."
(F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
M the Tannery for. Casn.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
-All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
or to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard, will
be promptly attended to.
d- R. T. MIMS.
s Feb. 6. tf 3
anLbs FINE SHOULDERS jus
i W."7 received and for saleolow by
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Aprni 10.f (12
I BEG leave respectfully to infon the etisms
of Edgetield, Village and Country, that Ihave
commenced a MERCANTIIE BTSINESs in
the house situated- between Mr. Bma!s's Storo
and the Court House..
My STOCK, consisting of l1 .the vanoties.
usually found in a Village Retail Store, has been
recently purobased-la Charleston, from Houses.
that import their Goods, principally, diriA from,
Europe. And I fattei m f,'that an ex-.
perience of five years in an a Jobs
bing House in Charleston, together with othet
facilities, has .enabled-me to get 4 STOCK ok
GOODS. that will, in point of srmzu and marca,.
compare favorably with-any Establishment in the.
place. Persons wishing to puebase Good for.
CAsu or on a credit until first of January next,.
will loose nothing by giving me a call.
A small share of patronage is earnestly solicited..
Edgefield C. H., Mas-17., 1851. tf 9%
T HE Undersigned havn sold hI& interet ilk
the CLOTHING 9TABLISMMT,.
in. Hamburg, to Messrs. S.z- & BiowN, wOuld:
respectfully .nform all persons indebted to. im,.
either by noe or account, that he finds it neces
sary to wind up his business immediately. -
Those indebted to me, will please eal on Mes
srs. SA.E & Bnow. who are. authorized to re
ceipt in my name, and' make-gayment as soon as
In retiring from theconeern, I would return my
sincere thanks to my friends for their liberal sup
port, and recommend the new firm of SA.u di
Baown to the confidence of the publie.
JOHN K. HORA.
Hamburg, April 7, 3m 1
Copartnership A oic.
T HE Undersigned having purchased the in
terest of JoN K. Hona, in the
w'uld respectfully informs his friends and the
public generally, that they have associated them
selves in the Clothing Business, in Hamburg-,
under the name of SAr.E & Bnew, and will
continue to occupy the old stand of HeRa d&
NEwnY, so long and favorably known to all per
sons visiting this place.
They would also inform the public that an en
tire new Stock of
READY MADE 'CLOTHING
is now being received, consisting of every variety
of articles for Spring and Summer trade, to
gether with a superior Stock of
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, BUGGY AND HAND
UMBRELLAS, CARPET BAGS, &e., &e.
Call and examine, for every effort on our part
will be exerted to sustain the former reputation
of the House.
W. W. SALE.
GEO. F. B9OWN.
Hamburg, April 7, 3m 12
Millenery and Dress Making.
. NICHOLAS takes this method of In
LVIforming the Ladies of Edgefield, that
she still continues to carry on the
M1ILLIlNER and DRESS MAKING
BUSINESS, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
at her residence, up-Stairs above Mr. B. C.
BRYAN's Store, where she respeetfuly solicits a
share of patronage.
March 20, tf 9
SAM .EIGII of the firm of Liran & Tuezus,
Augsa Ga. whs Picurswasawad:
the first P-emim at the State Fair ofGefga
would respectfull announce to the Ladies
Gentlemen of. deil and vielitky, that he has
taken rooms at teSpenn Hotel .and wouIN be
pleased towat on allthat may rvor him witbs
February 8, i
2,200 Acres Pine Lands
BEING desirous of making a change in my
11business, I will sell at private sale my lands
on Shaw's Creek, 13 miles from Edgefield, and
10 from Aiken. 'On the premises are an abun
dance of water power, well improved with dwel
lings and other houses, and also, my POTTERY
attached. There can now be a bargain had.
March 6, 3m 7
0T The Newberry Sentinel will please copy
three times and forward bill to this oflee.
T'HE distributees of the Estate of Wil'ey Glo
Jver, dee'd., will please take notice that onr
the 7th day of- May next, that a decree for Dis
tribution will be made by the Ordinary of Edge
field District, in said Estate, and Credirtors of the
Estate will please hand in their elaims to the
A dministrators of Four Mile Branch, Barnwell
District, for payment on or before that time.
JAS. J. WILSON, Adm'r.
Jan 30,1851. 8t 2
3 BL2. CHOICE STONE LIME, net
slacked, in fine order. For sale by
HI. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Feb 3, ts 3
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Isaiah
L.Blackwell, deceased, are requested to mask.
immediate payment, and those having demands
will present them properly attested.
JAMES BLACKWELL, Adm'r.
A pril 17 1850 tf 13
A LL persons having demands against the es
tate of John Harrison, deceased, are re
quested to hand them to the subscriber, properly
attested, and all those indebted to the estate are
requested to mal'e payment.
JAMES M. HARRISON.
Sept 3, 1850 ly 23
ALL persons having demands ainst the es
Atate ofJacob Shibley, deeed, will please
to render teinduly attested, and these owing
the said estate will please to make immediate pay
ment. SILAS LANIER, Adm'r.
Cum Test arnnez.
sept 4, 1850 ly 33
T JHREE MILES of the Hamburg and Edge
field Pland Road being COMPLETED, it
will be opened. for the use of the Public on the
RATES OF TOLL.
Wagons drawn by 4oramore horses,..5e pr leO
do do " 2 do ..3o "."
do or Cartesdrawn by one do ...2o "
Carriages, &c., drawn by two do . - 3e" "
Horseback Travellers,........-- - - - uo
.H. A. KENRICK, President.
Hamburg, March 18, 1851. tf 9
IBBL.S large No. 3, MACKEREL,
5O 30 Half barrels No2 " -
75 Kits, No 1,
50 Half KitI No 1. Forsaeh
Hamburg, Feb 13 ~ tf 4
30 HHDS. CUBA MOLASSES.
10 " N.Orleas
50 " Golden Syrup .ev ile. For.
sale by A.'B IIS IDE.
Ilan.b.r. Fe 1 i 4