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New Fall and Winter Goods
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE RECEIVED, this Day, from Nev
York by the steaner Florida, large addi
tiona.l supplies embracing a variutv of new am
very desirable articles selected frinm the :lost re
cent illportations.. anil amiolg which are ;
RICH PLAID SILKS of new and elegan
styles fur ladies' dresses.
P'aris Fanmey Colorade BROCADE SILK,
of splendid sty'Ie.
Mlack BROCA DE DRESS SILKS of riel
and eleZanlt styles.
Black WA!'ER ED SILKS at low prices.
Paris Printed MOUSSELINE DE LA1IES
of the latest styles.
Lupin's Plain FRENCI! MERINOS ol
beautiful colors fir holies' andi cibirn's tiresses
Lupin's PMain FRENCH MOUSSELINE
DE LAINE$ of beautiful styles.
Lupin's Bick CIIALLYand Plack MOUS
SELINE DE LAINES.
Lupin's Sumnmer llack BO.1BAZINE,
without twill, a beautiful article fur mourningl
Latihs' Wtorked CUFFS, CIE MIZE TE S
Embroidered LACE and MUSLIN for Ia
L~llies' French Lawn and Hemstitehed
Ladies' MOUR NING CLFFS, :id COL
LARS.amd BLUE LACE VEILS.
GALA PLAIDS and COLORED FLAN
NELS for chiidren's tresses.
With a varietv if other Gods suitablt. for the
seasonl, and to all 11 whileh they re-pvecuully in
Vite tile atteltion ttf tile publie.
Octoher I 1851. if
STORZAGE AND C0.\LMllSSION
B U S !INE S S.
TiE Subscriber begs leave to return his thannks
to his friends fihr tihe paltr-. hierett1re
so liberally bestowed on him. and wtonids,,licit
a contiluaLce of the sune tfor the ensuing sea
1Ie has taken charze of the larze and coi
modious WA IZE-!!MUS1Et . recently purchased
by a eompany, and formerly occupied by IfLY
The location belin imlnundiately tn the river.
and entirely above tile _reat .ay iireslet if
1810, makes it as tesirahte any tother in th
place, having a gOo'd W ha;rf attaced Which w-Ill
be free t all Cottmns received b the river.
The rates of Strage. fer seliN. shall be as
Iow a, charges of antv regutlar esabi.ihhment in
Liberal Cash advanees male tn all protnec
Consirrnled to or Stetred with me, an tle iw.vest
charges maie, in regula- ctlonlrityV with tie
usaact (of tile place.
11tpill by close aption, and striet atten
tion to business to lerit a liberal share of pat
C. WIl.uMi. AGEt:r.
Hamburg. Oct. 7. 15 1. -it :1M
State of South Car i.
-By His E.ccellency John, I. MT-aux. (:>rer
nor and Commander -i-Cie itn za e d orc
~~l llEREAS,'i~ttttonihas renlebed me,
thle jai of Unrnll-ii tr ie: for the murder of
Ntow. be it knoiwn, that iln tirder that thle
said Tobil Itay be bruntleht tt trial. i, Jton ii.
'.leans, Gtovernotr ill andi tiver tile State of Sothl
C.arilina,' do isue t his myI piriclam::titon tn'erintg
a rewardt of TIwot linndred andt Fityv dllarst fir
is capture and delivery to the jailur of ihr::well
T1obin is about -21 years old. six feet h;irh, dlark
etlx~i li, blue ir grev eves, biatek half,. anlt'
andl has al scar extenidintg Iilm nlear tite cornerr
GIttll utildti lity Itan elt s:! f ie tae.t
e6th dlay otf Seiptembeir, inl tile yeat oft or I.rd,
.JtlN I1. FANS.
Octotber 9 .1. -lt -.
List of Letters
. )E. IATNING ill tile Postt O)t!iee :at Edge
Blooth, Jatmes .\litcell. W C
B11ll, P 3Mays, 31 its Salrahl
Br'~ooks, N G 31 iitm, Jiohnll1h
Biran~ch, 3liss F 3leCtthltontgb, Carty
Butrton. 3liss RebaceaNorris. lIter A j)
1Uush, W Porterfield, Robert
Corley, (Gin Repairer)P'ou, MAiss A
Coulter,31rs 31 2 P'ernelle, Mlary
Crowvne, S1H Roiper, 11
Crowell, J II Riddle, Sim~kints
Cook, 311ss Sarah A Reynldsli-. Jamelts
Comnulee, John11 Reallns. B~elj J
Davis, B~enj D) Randall, Jiohn RI
Dunwoody, Daniel Roper, 3lrs C A
Dobey,3Mrs Sitsatn Ranlken, Thomt~as
Deen, Thieop~hilus Serini~, Eliz 2
Da.rby, Jamles ShlivertlelI, John A
Elam', WVF Segro, E L
Goode, Thomas Strum.8S C
Gunter, Jas A Stark, RI 0
Glover, Arthlur Satmpsont, Nathatni
Grady, Geo J Satmuel, Walker G
Gainno, James Samutel, Elizatbeth
Garret, WVilliam Swearintgin, :Thaomas
Gilghrist, J1ohin Tliasdale, James
G regor & 3Inys Trer, Jamles A
Guy, Robert Williiamis, Washinltonl
Hatcher, Lucinda WValker, Etdward J
Harden, WVilliamn C WVhattey, Bird
H-olsanbake, Dauil WXilliam~ttson, W~illiami
Jones, Ens Alzara Wiofall, JTamets
Kelly, Elizabethl R Whatley, Benlj J
Lowry, Noah Willi:lnns, Jos W1
L.ipscomb, Thos J
G. L,. PENN, P. 3r.
Oct. 9, 1851. 3t38
Notice to Builders.
S EALED Proposals for buiblitn, all A RDOR
kJat Bethlehem Camp Ground, will lie receiv
etd by an~y of thle Commnittee. The Arbor to lie
75 ft. by 50. The Cttmmnittee will mti at thlt
Camp Ground til Saturdav, Oct. is, at 10 A.
31., to determine the loentionl, an.i spiecify tile
Thlose intetnding to make bitds for the work,
would do well to mleet the comminttee ait that tim~l
an~d place. P'roplosalls wiill be receiretd unitil 9i A.
31.. on sale day in Novemtber, whlen the conmtlaittee
will meet!t at theC Court Ho~use and let out thle jtib.
'rie unldertakers will be retluired to give secu
rity for the Ihithmful performaune of tile work.
J. 31. W iTT', e
BENJ. RUSilTiON,) -
October 7, 1$51. 2t 38
3 BLS. CHOICE~ sTONE~ LIMIE, not
slcked, ill lne ordler. Fttr sale biy
11. A. KENICK
Tlaimhurg Feb 3, te 4.
H E ubscriber has just received his Stock
I of Fall and Winter Goods.I
Bilack, Colored and Watered Silks,
Riel Paris Mousseline DeLains,
French and English Merinos of all colors,
for Ladies and Childrun's Dresses,
J Cotton Damask of all colors for Window Cur
Red and White Flannels,
Fanev Tweeds, Cassimeres and Satinettes,
Plaid'i nseys, Geri. Plains and Kerseys,
Fine Bied and Negro lilankets,
Reaelvimado Coatsand Over Coats,
I lats 'and Caps of the Latest Styles,
Bnnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Boots and Shoes.
A Fine Lot of Negro Shoes,
Groceries, lardware and Croekery,
Which will he Sold very low oil time, and li
beral di-scount fur cashi.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 9 tf 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN TIE CO3ON PLEAS.
vs. Dccla. in Attack'nt
Thos. 1. Pobinson.
T. N. Poullain & Son, )
rs. Deca. in Atlack'nt
Pleasant M. Tidwell.
W. E. Jackson,
Vs. Decla. in Attachini
Pleasant 3.1 Tidwell.
Henry Moore, )
1101. t Decla. in Attack'nt
P'easant M1. Tidwell.
rp 1 B Pl'aintil< in the above cases having this
<biy tled their Declarations in my Ofice,
anId neilher of the Defelants having either
wifr atr nev known to reside within the linm
its his 6:at , (en whmin cpies of sail Deelara
1,1sins with rules to plead en he served : On imo
n r. .\lmn.'r, .\ Itirney for Plaintitbs,
Ordered, that sail I)efendants appear and plead
to) said4 declarations within a year and a day from
I the day hresf. or in deMmlet thereof, judgment
i will be awarded aeninst theis.
T. ;. BACON. c. E. D.
Clerik's O!iee, Oct 7, 1851. ly ~38
STA V OP SOUTH 'CAROLINA.
James Eidson and others
Usnp heys Boulhare & others
TOTICE is hereby given. that by virtue
6 of -M order froim the Court of Equity
i! this case, I shall ,ell it Edgeilield Court
I1iluse, onl the First Monday in November
next, ie real estate of William Humphreys,
deceased, conitiir of
One troe:. of L:md containtinig two hun
died anad eight y-two rres. more or less, sitn
at ed i li te Dirict and State aforesaid, oni
!e-d Isk C reek.:djoinin ss lads oIfTheophi
Is Ilill, .lmes M. Richardson, Villi;iam Foy'
S:iid L:md will be sold on a credit of
twelve inombs. except cost to be paid in
cash. Purichase money to be secured by
bond with good persoil sureties.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Oihice, Oct. 7, 1851.
Oct. 9 -i 38
STATIAE OF' SOU1H CAROLINA.
ichiard r~illini and Injunctions, 4c.
L ewis C. Parks.)
IT appeaing to my sattisfatction, that the
-defenid:s.nts, Rtieliard G'illini and Lewis C.
I 'ark,. arte absetn: fromu anid reside beyond the
limits sif tie Siate. On mostiisn of Perrin
teJ .'d.Gowen, phlantitlfs srslic-itor, it. is or
dered tha:t thev do plead., asliwer or' demur,
to tie yhdaiais lill, witini thlree months
fromt the publicat inn hereof, or thle said bill
will be. taiken pro conifessos as againist thenm.
(m msst's. O;iice. Oct. 7, 1851.
Oct.u tm 38
STATVIE OV SO UT1hI CAROLINA.
T)Y JOID: lIILL,Esq1., Ordinairy of Edge
tO fiel District.
Wh Iereas, Lue'ms L. Hlallhath applied to
me for e Letters osf Admninist ration, on aill anud
sins ultar thi~erigods aind eba~tltes, rights and
creditsof Thoassi; L. Hall, late of the Dis
Theliise aire. thterefee., to cite and adlmonishi
ll andt~ siini:ir. thle kindred aind creditors of
the saidl deceasid. tie lie and appear' befoere ine
ai our next Ordinairy's Court for the said Dis
rit, te e wh~hlen at Edgefieldl Counrt House
isn tie 211th dlav of Oct. inext. to show cautse
it' an.why.lt the' said administration shtould not
IGiven uder mv hand and seal, this the 20th
dayi oft Sept. ini ie yeari of iour Lord onie
hsths:mid eightlt hinuuhed anmd fifty-one,anid ini
thei seven'tyi .-sixth yeair eel Amuericain Indlepen
dnce. ~ JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
OctS 9 t 38
STUATEl 01F SO)TUH CARlOLINA.
Y) JOII N i L L Esqi., Ordinary of Edge
) lield Distruict.
Whiereats,Th'los Ferguson has atpplied to me
for~ [etters of Adinistrationi, oni all anid sini
nuar lihe goosds anud ebtat tles, rights and cred
it of Bratntley Tiempjkins late of the District
Thuese aire therefosre. to cite and admonish
ll and Ssntularn, the kindredi atnd creditors of
tle said dec-eased. tie lee andi apipear b~efore me,
it onur next Ordiaurv's Conurt foru thle said Dis
tit to he hiolden at Edlgefieldi Court H-ouse,
en the. 16th day of October inst., to shoew
e tte, ifs miy, why thle said Administration
shonhitstnot bee triranted.
C ittn undt'r mty hand and seal, this the
'd day'. Otober iin the year of otur Lord
onec teosanid eight huond'ed andt~ fifty-one
ant ini ithe sevenity-sixthu year of Amnericant In
JOlhN H iLL, 0. E. D.
Oct. 9. 1851 at 38
LLI perso ns iindebeted to the estate of JT. A.
Perrtini i, dete'd., are regnuestedl to, nmake i
meitest pavuswnst, and those having demsands
against said estate will present thuemi prerlty at
testedl. A . P'l'iR RiN, Adm'r.
Ocet. 0 Gmn 3
Mill Stones for Sale.
T'I~ Ils subscriber, liig oii Closud's Creek,
Iresetfully inifoirnms th ~ etiulic that.hle is
now~t einsgged in the ill Stone Cut
ti;; Buusiness, anid will be prepasrcd at
h shoirtisti nicie tee fill any esrder that may
coent in his line oef biusineos. Thu Stoines are
ef he best qunalitv and the Workmeanshtip war
rasied toe be inferioer to none in the State.
Foir further infoirmiation address the Su~bseri
ber at Leesville, Lexinigton,. S. C.
G EORGE E. JIENDY.
IlRvrN~Cio.-Maj. IsAuc I3OLls, C. J. Gxto
VEt sued A\.sios WuirtsL.
I ,...&ob ,SS. 3m 39
DR. E. BLAND,
O FFERS his professional services to the citi
zeus of Edgefield Village and vicinity.
iJ7 OPFCE next door to Mr. BUTLEa'S Store
Oct. 2 , t f 37
W1 M. 1. H I L L, 1. D.,
O FFERS his professional services to the eiti
zens of our Village and District. Ilavinu
graduated at the University of New York, witl
high honor, where he availed hinself for tie Iasi
two years, of the advantages to be derived fron
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals
&e., &c., offiers his services to his fellow-citizenm
with the hope that lie will prove worthy of t
share of their patronage.
13 Roomz at the SAxx HOTEL, No. 7.
Oct 2 , if 37
Mount Enon Female Institute,
MRS. CAROLINE COLEMAN, PINCIRPAL.
T [ITS Institution located on a healthy ridg
in Edgetield District, was opened by it
Principal on the first Monday in this montl
Mrs. CoLrE.E.N is a Teacher of much experi
onee, and of high attainnents. We feel fully
authorized, from our knowledge of her qualifica
tions, and from the universal testinony in her
fhvor, wherever sie hias taught, to recommend
ier to tie patroniage of the people of this and
the adjoining Districts.
Pupils will be entered by the quarter or the
SLession, tie tine being mentioned before taking
their first lessons.
She will receive young ladies of any aze, and
boys of such ani age as would be admissible in a
If tine nuniber of her pupils should require it.
lie will employ, from time to time, competent
Good and convenient board can he obtained
br 87 penr iontln including every thiug that a
student would need.
)rthocraphy and Readin!!, per quarter, S4,00
rhe above, with Geography, History, and
Ennlisht G ranimna........ 41,00
" " " Aritinetie, Writing, Nat.
Phlilosopliy, &.. .. ,00
M usic .... ............ 10,111
"C " " Frencl,.............. .o0
" " Drwin andPaitin,..5,00
" " Embroidery........... 3,00
W. A. STROTl-IER, J. CH APMAN,
WM. COLE)AN, 31. W. CLARY.
Sept. 10 eow1t 34
ir0The Newberry Sentinel will copy three
nies, once every two weeks, and forward its
necount to the 'Trustees.
EODGES r FULLER INSTITUTES.
IE Exercises of these Institutions will be
I resunMefn on loniay, the 15th inst. The
loiges lInstitute under tie direetion of Messrs.
IloliTZCLA W7 anl WALK lilt, and Fuller In
titute unler the direction of M1iss .11. COltN1 E
AA PEL , who will remain in charge of it
g the end of the present Scholastic year, Decen
)er 15. 18"5 1.
The Board are thankful for previous confidence
ud patronage. and would solicit a colntinluance,
is thev are coinfident of exertions oi their part to
erit It, and ienceforth are deteriniied to place
one but Southerners at their head.
W. P. 1[I LL, Secretary.
Greenwood, S. C., Sept. 5. 1851.
Sept. I1 Cowav t 34
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER.
11HE Unidersignied takes this opportunnity of
~stating to the piublic, that hie will have
nother lot of his 31achines ready our miarket, in
Ine course of a few days. Persons waintinig
nese M'naebnines will di. well tin semi in their or
es early so as to enisure their beinig tilled.
I Ie refers to thne followinig Certilicates, if thne
any~ which lhe ha~s receivedl, for additional tes
mnany in their favor.
Ihamburg, Oct. 1, tf 3
Wvsos, (Penir.) Janiuary 22.1 1851.
Mia. L~wis,-Thne P'atent Straw Cutter which
diu inivented, anh are noiw oiherinig to thne pubnilic,
a mnost excellenit article andi deserves public
tror. TIwo years sineI 1 purcha~sed olne aind
nve had it in constanit use-it has never beein
ut of repair ini any respect, ainswerinng all the
uposes yoiu recomminenid it for. I inoist dcer
ally coimmecnd it to fm-miners ini all setions, and
iuid not be indluced to part withnthe o~ne I have,
ritout thne p)rospect of obtainiing another, for
~e times it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
Aues-rA, (Ca.) Sept 10, 1851.
Ma. LEwis,-Dear Sir: Sonme time sincee I
ised one of yourfl Straw Cutters no cut roots for~
u preparatIoni of Georgia Sarsapiarilla. Somne
ithe roots were very hard and tiiugh.-- ann
apy to say your Straw Cutter has far exceeded
y expectations. The public need niot fear of
ts getting oJut if ordler by cuttinig straw onr fiod
ler, or by aciiidentalty gettinig hard substances
n it. Yours, respectfully,
EDGEFIELUJ C. II., Sept. 10, 1S31.
Mia. War. LEws.-Sir: In yiour letter you
nsk how 1 like tine Straw Cutter I bought froim
o. I say it excels any thiinig of thne kind I
iave ever seen, and I could not he iniduceid to
,art with it, without tine prospect of gettinig
nnother, for any commnon considerantion.
W.\. P. UUTLER.
EnGSFnELti C. H., Sept. 18, 18.1
DEAR Sin: I have beeni using one of yourl
straw Cutters for sonme three or four mnonths,
ind amn satistied thnat its advantages over all
thrs, are such that it will recommuend itself to
~vry observer. Its adaptedhness to cutting all
:nds of grain, in any desirable length, its security
o the operator, tine minimumn of pnower requniredl
o keep it in operation, thne dispatch with which
texecutes its work, comabinned wvith its simiplicity
id durability, mst make it innvalutable to every
nc that may have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wat. LEwls, Esti., Hambuhtrg S. C.
[ OST between Turkey Creek anl Liberty
.LJI1iII, on tine 15th of Septembiler last, a Calif
skin Pocket Book, containing onte note of eighn
een hundred dlollars on tine Rev. .Jamnes M.
Jiiles, alson several othner smialler notes, the
mounts not recollected.
A reward of $23 will be given to thne finder
y returning the Pocket Book and its cnteints
e te Subscriber, at Winter Seat. Abbeville,
. C. ' JAS. PA TT'ElSON.
Oct. 2 3t* 37
ST Abbeville Banier copy 3 timnes amid for
Lvard account to this Office.
[ IIEREBY notify all whlom it may concern
that I have appointed Pickens B. Wever, my
rue anid lawful Attorney to transact all business
ir le aRnd iln my name duriing my abisence fromn
hei stt. LAFAYE'E B. WEV'ER.
Sept 21 4t :37
LL those hnaving denannds againnst tine Es'tate~
of Abner V. White, deceased,are requested
o present thiem, properly attested, and those in.
lebted to nmake paynment.
JOIIN IlL, Adm.
April 2nif i
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
r I-IE Subscriber has received at his Store,
near the Court House, a large STOCK Ok
GOODS suitable for the present and coming
season, consisting of a general assortnent of
Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery,
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
Groceries, &c., &c.,
all of which have been selected by himself witlh
reat care, both in regard to style and price, and
will be sold at short profits for Cash, or to pune
I tual buyers until first of January next.
Persons buying in this Market will louse noth
ing by exaning his Stock.
October 2, 1851. tf 37
NEW FALL GOODS.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
HT AVE received, this day, from -New York,
by the Steamer Marion
Rich Paris MOUSSELINE D'LAINES
of new and eleait styles. for Ladies' Dresses;
Fancy MOUSSELINE D'LAINES, of
beautiful shaded and high colors, for Children's
Extra French MERINOS, of beautiful mode
and high colors:
English MERINOS, at very low prices:
Superior Welch and Scarlet FLANNELS;
Fancy TWEEDS and CASSIMERES, for
EInlish and American PRINTS, of beauti
ful styles, and at greatly reduced prices;
1 Fa'rey Watered POPLINS, of new and
With a variety of other articles for the present
Lseason, and to all of which they respectfully in
I vite the attention of the public.
Sept 22 tf 36
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
AVE just received from New York a sup
Jlply of Three-Ply and Ingrain CARPETS
of new and splendid patterns. to which they res
Ipeetfully invite the attention of the public.
Sept 22 tf 35
THEN you visit Augusta, call at the PRE
m Ii J.GL\G ERiREAN GALLERY,
and have a fine Daguerreotype of yourself, for
here you will find one of the most elegant Da
guerr'ein Saloons in A merica.
Daguerreotype stock of every description for
sale at a small advance on New York cost.
LEIG11, TUCKER & PERKINS.
June 12 Si 21
PPLICATION will he made to the Legisla
. ture of South Carolina at its next Session,
to vest the title of the State of South Carolina in
the Estates of John B. Logan, and Charles Lo
gait ivecased, in Literetia Blackwell, the widow,
and Mary A in Riohertson. in James Blackwell,
Elizabeti Mims, William itlackwell and Sam1uel
1Blackwell, children of John Blackwell, late of
lldgelield District, deceased, and in Saran Ant
lackwell, the widow, and George J. Blackwell,
the child of Isaiah Blackwell, deecased,a onil (of
the said Jolhn Ilackwell-these persons being
the lawful heirs and distributecs of the said John
Aug. 20 1851 3m 32
STATrE OF SOUTHI- CAROLINA.
James T. Gardner and wife.
IN puirsuance of tle Decree of the Court
.of Equity, at Junec Term, 1851, in this
case, Notice is hereby given to Sammuel Gard
ter, Trustee ot' the Petitioner 3Mrs. Rebiecea
Gardnter, who is nowv absent fromt the State,
to show cauttse, within thiree tmonths from
the putblicatioin hecreof. why thme prayer of the
petition should tnt lie granted.
S. S. TO.\lPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Commin'rs O1lice, Aug 18, 1851.
ugust 21 3m 31
TUare hereby cotmamded to arpear at
LEdgeieldl C.'I [., on Saturday, the I12th
Octobler next, fo'r D ril andt Imstruction. A genm
eral return of the ritles will be required ont that
rTere will also lie an election on the same day,
fr 3id Lietenmant to fill thte vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Lieunt. lini~r..
Uy order of Capt. W. C. MOR A GNE.
Y. M. Wm-rs, Clerk.
Sept 23 - t 36
ALL~ those indebted to thme Estate of Abiah
..r Robertson, deceased, are reijuested to mtake
pymeti, ad tho se havinig deimanids to present
JO]IN IIILL, Adm.
A pil 29, 15
.30 IITTDS. CUBA MdOL AsSES.
10 " N. Orleants "
50 " Golden Syrup, very fine. For
sale by ' A. ]IURNSJDE.
llamnburg Feb 13 tf 4
?[' (URVLS large No. 3, MACKmREL,
OU30 IIlahf barrels No 2
75 Kits, Nio 1,
50 Ihalf Kits No 1. For sale by
Ihamburg, Feb 13 tf 4
Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's
S a r' s a p a r il a.
JUST Received 6 dtizen of Old Dr. Jacob
tpTowntsenmd's originaleonmpound Syrup of Sar
saparilla, and for sale at the Drug andt Chemiical
Store of A. G. TEAGUE.
May 1,150( tf 15
A LL those havitng demands aenintst the estatt
-of Allein B. A ddison, decaseil, are reques-.
ted to pireent thiemi properly attested and those
mdebted to make patyment.
G. A. ADDISON,)
E. J. MIMS. jEx'rs.
July 24 1850 tf 27
A LT. those indebted to the estate of Joab
- tlKilcrense, dee'd', arc required toi make imt
mediate paymeint, and thtose having demiands to
presenit themi properly attested.
JOHN HILL, Admn'r.
August 28 ly 32
A LT., personis inidebted to the Estate of Mrs.
-L Treacia Lowe, deceased, nre requested to
make immediate payment, and all personis htaving
demands atgainst said Estate, are also requested
to piresenlt them according to law.
11ENRY KEY, Ex'or.
July 10 (m 25
A LL Persoon inidebted to the estate of Mrs
Susan M. Nicholls, deceased, ntre requested
to make immediate payment, anid those having
demands aenintst the estate will present thteii
proprly attested. R. T. MI3IS,
.Atug 1:;, 1851 If 30 A dm'r.
J. M~. NEWBY & CQO,
f .S.EC0TEI, .
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c
UNDER THE U. S. HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
J. of Ready Made Clothing ever offered in this city. Their Stock consi.,ts of the latest
and most improved styles of manufacture.
-A L s 0
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
ggf" Country Merchants, and all persons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to
call and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23 dk 30
FALL TRADE! 1S51!!
PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH THE TIES.
T HE Subscriber is now receiving one of the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and BESI
LASSORTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, ever offered in this market, among whicl
may be found
Black and Colored SILKS in every variety,
6 64 6 ALPACCAS, all prices,
" BOMBAZINES and CANTON CLOTHS,
Superfine new style DELAlNES,
CA31ILION LUSTRES, a beautiful article,
Plain and figured POPLINS, new and handsome styles,
High colored PLAIDS, for Children's use,
GINGHAMS, all qualities, some at 12j cents, warranted fast colors,
PRINTS, all qualities, from 4 to 181 cents, warranted not to fade,
Fair PRINTS, all qualities, from 04 to 25 cents.
Bleached and Brown TABLE CLOTHS and TABLE DAMASK, warranted all hn.
nen, from 75 cents to %34,
Worsted and Linnen TABLE COVERS, all colors, from 75 ets to $4,
Col'd and White Table NAPKINS, Linnen Towels and Toweling of every variety,
All qualities TICKINGS, front 10 cents to the superb A. C. A.
Brown and Bleached HOMESPUNS, all qualities and widths, a good article, 64 ets,
Colored and White, for DI3IITYS, sone beautiful for Spreads and Curtains,
Red, Green and White FLANNELS, and Canton FLANNEL, all prices.
PLAID LINSEYS, KERSEYS and real Georgia PLAINS at Factory prices,
Cotton OSNABURGS and STRIPES, at Factory prices,
Superfine Ribbon bound Bed BLANKETS,
a Whitny Bed Blanket CARPETINGS, with RUGGS to match,
NEGRO BLANKETS, all qualities and cheap,
CASIMERES, SATTINETTS, WOVINETTS, Kentucky JANES and TWEEDS
of every style and price,
GLOVES and HOSIERY, of all kinds, for young and old.
Carpet Bags, Port Monies, Pins, Brus;hes, Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Elastics, &c. &c.
ALSO,-A complete assoriment of Ladies and Children's SHOES.
This Stock has been selected with great enre by an experienced 3erchant, and to the
CASH buyer I pledge tmyself not to be undersold by any one in the Southern States,
Call anid satisfy yourself of the facet.
UI. B. JACKSON.
Hamburg, Sept. 15 ----- - -.nw . 3
yon uNgsI Carriage Making,
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, TNlE Subscribers having
EDGEFIELD, X. C. - - .engagecd in the Carriag
makm igand rep~airngbsinmes
Instrutorsin P'ottersville, near Edge
Instrutors.1 Court io~se, for the ensuing year ; woul
R Ev. N. A LDRICh, ParcetrC,ms. respectfully solicit a share or public Patronage
E. B. B ACON, PnaoiFssoR oF~ .Mtsie, DinAw' ; s we shall Iidncvor to give satistfactioni to all wha
ru, Pas-rzo, &c. mayv favoir us with their business ; they are also i
Mins. J. .McCLLNTOCK, TEse.cIN~i PI-i. w'ant of~ a grood woodl workman, on V. heels, Cair
Dsr..trnav. ringe pat and1 B~olies, of~ steady mo~ral h~abits
av ~rinT1ET'none other nieed apply. Goaod ecomfortabjle build
____________________________ -ings enn be'ptrocured, eon venient to the shopj foi
TIllS Institution will be openedl onl the 2d nen of families, or boardling on reasonable termn
IMonday ini Septemober next, at the resideuee 1I LL & W AI11 LAW.
of Mrs. McCIT~t-oCK. N. 1.-A gofN price wil be pai for Lumbei
The course of instruction will be the samie as of goodt Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar,. of as
is pursued in the lirst class Fenmiae Semninaries in soted dinnensionus. 11. & W
the State, and it will be the constant aim, of the~ Nov' 28 1850 tf 45
rna of an enlighteed ,vub i tric ate Valuable Lands on Savannah RiveI
m will lbe paid to the moral traimmn of th e F 0 R S A L E,
Young Ladies under their enre!, while at the LB SLsm tm et al o
smhe tied.scainifuec d earp the purpose of Distribution amniong the
Thes S.o will be truly Southern, as thle widow and children of Peter F. Mlorague,. de
Teahes rcno ony atve o the State, but ceased, that \- AABLE PLANTATION 0n
aloothern ill hei feligs and habits, which the deceased resided, containing about
It is confidently hoped that the names appen-l 1200 Acrecs,
tied to, this noticet will b~e a suiflicient guarantee to j inig on Sama River, immediately belowi
the qualifieatiumns of the Teachers. n Jarksdahe's Ferry. This tract is a fine cotton
The price of Tuition and of honra einn be ob- plantation, with three hundred or mouare acres of
taed by application to alrs. 31eCux-roeI. hm-ilo grounds, well timbered andl with a good
It is of great iniportanice that thme Schoalars be dwelling and out houses, gin house andl serew
entered at the eonmmencemlent of the qluarter- and other buildings necessary for lantation pur
-- poses. Thle above tract will be sold on favora.
Refereces- ble terims: p~urellase money will be secured
Carleston.-ReV. Joins BAcIINAN, D. D)., Pe'rsons who wish to purchiase lands will do well
Rev. W. M. WEIGr3NAS, D). D., Rev. 'fnios. 0. visit this tract and ride over it before buying an:
SUI3ER, D. D., Rev. J1. R. 1KENDRIlCK, Dr. MEN- Iwhere elsc.
EuALLr and JA)IEs TerrPin, Esq. July 31 2mn-wtf 28
Granitcvill.-Rev. H1. A. TurrEft and Rcv.
H.uguosa, Ga-Rev. Mr. Connor and Rev. D.1 TIBB1ETTfS will hercafter Sc
W" 1-a t B BOTS and SHOES, at the fol
Edge eild C. H.--Rev. C. B. WVA.KEa and lowing prices, for C A SH O NL Y:
Rev. Mr. ilsows. Fine Water Proof Boots,........... $9 00
.-- Fine Pump Boots,..................8 0
Rferences.--IMrs. MlcClntock. Fine Welted do ............ 7 00
Edgefield C. H.--Chaneellor F. 11. WARD- Mten's fine Punp Shones,.........3
A. lIon. A. P. Ec-rL.E, Col. J. P. CantnL' doKi do le do........... 2 0
ij. WV. A. UTAntts, Jos. Ansv, Esq., W. X. Lde Clf Shoeo............2 17
A pA)s, Esq., Sir A. Blosuxmtr., Dr. 31t. i. Ldie Cal Sot.........
Ben-r, Mr. WV. P. B3u-r.ER, Cad.-.IonN HuL., 11. do d ootces,. . . .....-.... 2 ~u
BOuWv?rE, Esq., Mr. Tuios. Joinssos and C. J. Jainuary 1, 1851. tf
Gaovalt, Esq. Notice.
Colubia.-Dr. Mi. LA3ontDE. LEPersons are warned against trading fol
August 21 t_______31__ a Ntmade payable to Theophilus Ilil
- - Nticeor bearer, for about five hundred and eighty-lvw
Notice.dollars by the Subscriber as principal and JTame:
LT, persons indebtcd to the Estate of Eliza- M. Rie'hardson surety. It wvas given in Janua.
.lieth Carter, dee'd., are requested to make ry, and will be due the 25th December next, bu
immediate payment, and those having demands its' consideration having proved inadequate,
against said Estate will present them properly at- shall resist its payment.
tested. A. J. RAMBO, Admir- CHESLEY ATTAWAY.
A ugust 7 6m* 29 JTune 19, 151. tf 22
Sugar and( Coff'ee.Noc.
201111S. SiUGA R, different brands, LCTO ilb aet h eil
75 Barrels St. Croix Granulated Sugar, AP
16 Barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar, ?.uco hsSaea t etSsin o
10)0 Lbs. Loaf Sugar, double refined, nwRa rmSme t~nso h at
50 Barrels Coffee Sugar, Tw odi deil )srct nesc i
75 Bags prime Rio Coffee, te u oda at .R obr' nAb
25 best Old Government .Tara Coffee. 'il itit
For sale by A. BIURNSID)E. Jl3 f2
Hnburg, Feb 13 tf 4 B c n
White Lead. T~S hIEBlioeBC
5,000 LBS. WHITE LEA D, pure. 2
200 Gallons Linsced Oil, SDS utrcie n o aeb
200 " Train Oil. For sale byWLLA S&CRST .
A. BURNSIDE. .uy 1 f2
Hamburg, Feb 13 tf 4 oie
Notice. L PesnidbtdtthEstefIai
A PPLICBTION will be made to thme Legisla- innaimepyiei.adtoehvn cnn
ture at the next, or some future session, for jwl rsn hmpoel tetd
theinorortin o TintyClrch Towned~ R AMnESgtl Distrie, dint rseth
I Spt 3, f 7 Jul 317i tf 13
EDGEFIELD COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
2 76396 EA3mS.
Rev. Chas. A. Raymond, Principal.
T HE FIRST SESSION commeneesSeptem
The Institute building will contain eight
Rooms, all of which are appropriated to purpo
ses of instruction.
A line apparatus; a large collection of Maps;
Anatomical Charts, Globes, &c; a Museum of
Natural History; a Cabinet' of Minerals and
Shells; furnish unusual facilities for acquiring a
practical knowledge of the different branches of
Two new Pianos have been purchased In ad
dition to those already in the Institute.
The course of Study is of an elevated cbarac
ter, and more comprehensive, than that of most
female institutions of the highest reputation.
The PuINCIPAL devotes the whole of his time
to the supervision and instruction of the various
The Assistants are experienced in their diffe
rent Departments, and those only of known suc
cess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks eah. It is of great importance that
the student be present at the commencement of
the Session. The Classes are then formed, and
a few weeks delay may affect the standing of the
pupil throughout the year.
Tuition is charged but from the timo of en
trance to the end of the Session.
Pavments are to be made at the close of each
Iunusual facilities are given for a thorough
In addition to other improvements, which are
now in progress, a large covered playground, for
exercise in wet weather, and a gymnaslum, are
to be erected.
Circulars containing a list of expenses, course
of studies and other particulars. will be sent free
of postage, to those who apply for them.
N. .L. GRIFFIN.
EDMIUND PENN, c
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. MIMS. .
July 17 tf 20
T ITE Subscribers respectfully inform the pub
lie, that they are daily receiving their
Fall and Winter Stock of Goods,
consisting in part of the following articles:
SUGAR. COFFEE. MOLASSES.
BACON. LARD. MACKEREL, CANDLES,
SOAP, PICKLES. SEGARS, TOBAC
CO. FLOUR, CANDY, 4'c.
AR.NY, GIN, WUISKEY, RUX & WINE,
of all kinds.
Thats, Caps. Boots, Shoes, Saddles and Blankets,
Crockery of all kinds, Prints, Homespun, Osna
burgs, striped anl plain, Ginghanis, Linen, Al
pnacc, Tweeds, Kerseys, Casheniere and various
other articles too tedious to enumerate, all of
which they are determined to sell as cheap as
Call aqd see-we will take pleasure in show
ing you our Goods.
MATIENY & BEWLY.
Hamburg, Sept. 18, 1m3 36
T HAT valuable PLANTATION. containing
one thousand and sixty acres, belonging to
. rs. Sophia and 1. L. Bonham, and situate on
Richland Creek, near Mt. Willing, in Edgefield
There are on the place two good settlements,
(having each a good two story Dwelling with
other necessary out buildings,)-a Gin-house,
Gin and Screw, and a well of good water.
Richland Creek runs through the tract, giving
to the traot 75 or 100 acres of bottom laud.
A bout 400 acres are under good fence and in a
high state of cultivation, and near half of the
whole tract is well timbered with oak and pine.
It is 22 miles from the Rail Road at Newberry
The plantation can be advantageously divided
into two eqjual tracts with a good settlement on
each, or into three tracts-the third having a
line site for a residence, with a good spring near
by. and will be so divided to suit purchasers.
~For terms, apply to Mir. .Jamnes Mlinick who
has charge of the plice, or to 31. L. Bionham or
-Col. S. Christie, at Edgefiel C. H.
Alr. Mliniek will show the place to those who
may desire to p'urchmase. t4
MIR 1LES of the [lamburg and Edge
Jlield Plank Road being CO31PLETED. is
now opened for the use of the Public.
RATES OF TOLL.
Wagons drawn by 4 or more horses,..5ec pr mile
do do " 2 do ..3c ""
do or Carts drawn by one do .. 2e " "
Car'riages. &e., drawn by twvo do . . :e " "
Horseback Travellers.............c " "
II. A. KENICK, President.
Ulomburg Many 22, 1851._ tf 19
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TnlE Subscriber offers for sale his
ass. HOUSE and LOT at Liberty Hill.
S On the premises arc a large Dwell
-ing House, with all necessary out
buildings, a good Garden and Ten Aceres of bot
tom and. Also a well arranged Store Hlouso,
and Physician's Office.
Terms will be reasonable. Apply to the Sub
scriber on the premises.
Liberty Hlill, S. C., July 5, 1851 tf 30
.Bagging and Rope.
25 Bales GUNNY BAGGING,
200 Pieces Dundee Bagging,
75 Coils, 4 inch Kentucky Rope.
For sale by A. BURNSIDE.
IHamburg, Feb 13 tf 2
IS hereby given that application will be made
Ito the Legislature at its next session for a
charter to declare Shaw's Creek a public high
way as far up as to the first Shoal.
Aug 30 t,' 33
IS HEREBY given that application will be
Imade at the next Session of the Lecgislature
for the renewal of the Charter of the Ferry on
Savannah River, three miles below Augusta,
known as the Sand Bar or Wallvham Ferry.
ELIZ. hR. WHATLEY.
Aug 7 3m 29
APPLCATION will bo made to the next
Legislature, for a Public Road, commen
ing at or near Elbert Devore's. on the Scott's
Ferry Road,1:ia Mountain Creek Church-from
thence to Good Hope Church, or through that
neighborhood-from thence to Mt. Enon, and
thence by M. WV. Clary's, and then intersect the
Higgins' Ferry Road at Mrs. Martha Abney's,
about one and a half miles from said Ferry.
August 21 tf 31
ISTSHEREBY given that application will be
Imade at the next session of' the Legislature,
to discontine the Old Charleston Road from the
fork of that Road and the Island Ford Road near
Maj. Z. W. Carwile's, to the plantation of N. L.
Griffin, Esq., and for opening a new public Road
tfrom the residence of H. 14. Hill by J. Cres
well's to intersect the Charleston Road at a
branch on the plantation of N. L. Griffin, at the
point where it is proposed to disoontinue tihe
Sept1l 3m 3