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New Fall and Winter Goode
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
- AUGUSTA, GA.,
H AVE RECEIVEI), this Day, from Ne
York by the steaier Florida, larl add
tlonal supplies embracing a variety of lew an
very desirable articles selected frol the mllost 1
cenit imlportations,. and mngwhich aret;
RICH PLAID SILKS of new nd eleTal
styles for ladies' dresses.
Paris Fancy Culorade BROCADE SILK
of splendid styV.
ilack BROCADE DRESS SILKS of rie
and eletialt styles.
Black WA'l'ERED SILKS it low prices.
Paris Printed MOUSSELINE DE LAINE,
<f the latest styles.
Lupin's Plain FRENCH MERINOS
beziutiful colors fur hlalies' and chi'bren's dresse
Lupin's Plain FRENCH MOUSSELIN
DE LAINE$ of beautiful styles.
Lupin's Black CIIALLY and Black MOUS
SELINE DE LAINES.
Lupin's Sumner Black BOMBAZINi
Without twill, a beautiful artic!e fur mouriin
Ladies' Workel CUFFS, CIIEMIZETE
Embroidered LACE and MUSLIN for la
Ladies' French Law and iermstitche
Ladies' MOURNING CUFS. and COL
LARS. and BLUE LACE VI'RLX.
GALA PLAIDS and COLORED FLAIN
IELS for children's drescs.
With a variety of other Goods suitable.* ih'r th
seaSonl, and to all a which they rlieecfly in
vite tile attenltion11 of the publie.
October 9 1851. if
STUl'ACE AND COM.MlSSION
BU SI SS
rpU E Subscriber biegs leav etao re tun hi's thtank
T to his frielis for the patrunaate heretaatar
so liberally bestowed on him, :md11 wotuldl solici
a Continuance of the sume for the enslins g sea
Ie has taken char oeof the large and com
mnodious WA RZE-l( 0 TSEi1. recently pulrlchase*
by colally, and formerly occupied by S111L
The l'caion being inimedately on the rivet
and entirely above tile great May Freshet a
3$10, makes it as desirable as any oithier in th,
place, having a god Wharf attached Which wil
be free to all Cottons received by the rivar.
The rates of Stora: fior sellinz, shall le a
low as charges of aly regular establishment ii
Liberal Cash lvances nale o all prolue.
Consiusned tat or Stored with me, ;uM the lowes
clarges 1111d, in regular conformity with th<
usaaest fat tile place.
11oping by close applicatii. anl strict attenl
tioll to business to Illerit a liberal share of pa
C. WIL1AA.lis. AGEN'T.
IIamburg, Oct. 7, I15l. dIt :
State of South Carolina,
Execuitie Deat et
.By His Exccellency Johni II. M-ahux. h-rer
novr and C:>mmander-in-Cie in; an* ~d omc
TIG lEREAS.dilnaio has reachd men.
thec jail oif UlrnlwelDItriet, far the :am rder e
.Johnl~ .\el )onald, has 4wapedva from1 priso.*
Naaw, be it knoawnI, thlat in arder thsat the
said Tobain may1 be brauh ato~ t' 1rial . l...hu i L1
7a1lls, Govternoar illn1 an 'velr thle Ntte of :'ill!
Caraalina, ala issnet t his mye paroclaml 11tionl tn-rinl
a r'ewardl of Twa' Illndred and14 l'ify doallars 1f4r
hlis calpture andi deiivery to thle jailar taf liar:well
Toibinl is abhout 21 y'ears obl. six teet hiigh, darknl
comleaxion, blue or' terey eyes, black hair,' and1
and14 ha~s a senr extendinlg fromn near 'ane e-,lnet
of Ills mouthIl ta is ch'in.
Given unlder' myI' hand14 m111 seal ofath ilia , th;a.di.
thd dbly of Seteml lber. ill the' year af at ar l.ar.1
(one thouandtla eight hundlared and11 ti-ane.
.Jtl1N II. EANS.
W. F. Autrnlra, Depa. See. Sitte.
Octaaber 9 185a1. 4It 'S.
List of Letters
)EMAINING iln th Post Ot!iee at Edge
JAfield C. 11L. 30th Sepatembecr, 1851.
Bloolth, Jameis 3Mitebell, W C
JBlyth, P 31:iys, 3!iss SaIrih
rooks, N G 31 illiennII, Jo1m411
Biranch, 3liss F 3MeCn!laeughI, Cary
Butrtonl. 3luss RebaceaNorris. Rev A P)
Corley, (Gin Repairer)Pou, Mi1ss A
Coulter, 3Mrs 31 2 Pecrnllet. 31:ary
Crown~e, S H1 Roptr, 11
Crowell, J II Riddle, Simlkinls
Cook, Miss Sarath A Reynlold". .nnelts
Comnulte, Johni Reams.Benlj J
Davis, Benlj D) Ranl~lI, John~ R
Dtunwooldy, Daniel Roper, MIrs C A
Dobev, 3MrS Susanl Ranlken, Thoals
Deeni.~Theloplhlus Swealrinin, Eliz 2
D)arbv, Jamnes Shliverll , John1 A
EIlam, WV F Seg~o, E L
Goode, Thlomas Strum. S C
Gunter, Jats A Stark, RL 0
Glover, Arthur Samupsomn, Nathaniel
Grady, Geo J Samuel, Walker G
Gairet, William Sw itngi~ . :~Z1IIThom
Gilghlrist, John Tisle~tt, Ja~mes
Gregor & Mlays Turner, iJlames A
Guy, Robert Williams, Washl~ing!tor
Halttcher, Ltucinda Walker, Ed~ward J
Harden, WVilliam C Whatut'y, Bird
Jones, Ers AI'zara WigfallI, Jamtles
Kelly, Elizatbeth Rt Whatley, Becnj J
Lonwry, Noah Williaius, Jos W
.Lipscomb, Thos J
G. L. P'ENN, P. M.
Oct. 9, 1851. 3t 33
Notice to Builders.
SE rA E Poposals faor building an1 A RBOJ
S a t Bethaleem Camp Ground, willl be reeiy
edl by anly of thle Connnlittee. Thle Arbor taa b
75 ft. by 50. Thle Coammnitee will meaet ait tha
Camp Giroutnd on1 Saturday, Oct. 1 S, at 10I A
31., to determine the location, an1.1 spaecify thl
Thlose inltending to malike biads faor thle wvork
waaulad do well to' mee~t thle connullitte ait tha~t tim1
anid p!ace. Proaposals will be receivead until 9 .\
31., on1 sale day ia Novemlber, whlen thet c(Iinit
will mleet at thle Court Iiaause anld let out thle j)la
Thell undertakers will be reajuiredl to give sect
rity fur the thithful pleformancl~e aof the work.
J1. 31. WITT, )
T. D. PEU'I!FO)Y, 1 :
BENJ. R W-11TON, 2
Oc'tobert 7, 1831. et38
30 BiLS. CHOICE STONE LIME, n(
slacked ,i ilne oraler'. Foar sale biy
II. .\. K ENICK'~
Uamburg. FebL 3,
r "H E Subscriber has just received his Stock
of Fall and Winter Goods.
Black, Colored and Watered Silks,
Rich Paris Mousselino DeLains,
French and English Merinos of all colors,
. for Ladies and Children's Dresses,
d Cotton Damask of all colors for Window Cur
R ed and White Flannels,
t Faney Tweeds, Cassimeres and Satinettes,
Plaid Linseys, Geo. Plains and Kerseys,
9 Fine Ied and Negro liankets,
R endyinade Coats and Over Coats,
I lats mid Caps of the Latest Styles,
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Boots a1nd4 Shoes.
A Fine Lot of Negro Shoes,
Groceries, I lardware and Croekery,
Which will he sold very low on time, and li
beral discount for cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 9 tf 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN TH E C03DION PLEAS.
W. E. Jacksun,
rs. Decla. in Attach'nt
Thos. 31. R1obinson. )
T. N. Peiullain & Son,)
Tid wel. Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasant M. Tidwell.
W. E. .1ackson,
r. Decla. in Attach'nt
Pleasa nt 31. Tidwell.
Ilenry 3Moore, )
ca. 5 Dccla. in Attack'nt
Pleasant M. Tidwell. .
r E'ls Plaintilfw inl the above cases having this
day filed their Deelaratinis in my Office,
mnd njether of thle Defendamts having either
wife or attornev knowni to reside within thle lim
i'.s of, 11b1s Stt, (1n Whom copies of said Deelara
tielins with rules to plead can he served: On mo
ion .f .Mr. .a.vrn, Attorney for Plaintitl',
t Ordered, that said iefendants appear and plead
to sai claratis within a yearand a day from
tle div hereof, or in defailt thereof, judgment
will bu awarded against them.
T. G. BACON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Olice, Oct 7, 18I. ly ~38
S'TAT.'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
James Eidson and others
Humphrev. Bouhvare & others
TOTICE is hereby given. that by virtue
NA of an0 order froim the Court of Eguity
tin this case, I shall ,ell at Edgefield Court
oiiusi., on the First Monday iii November
next, tile real estate of William Huuphreys,
decensed, consisting of
One trat of L:md containing two hun
dred and eightv-two neres. more or less, sitl
ated in the District :md State aforesaid, on1
ieid En;iok Creek. adjoining lands olTleoplhi
Ins Hill, James 3L ILichardsm, William Foy
Said L:md will be sold on a credit of
twelve mowimbs. except cost to be paid in
cash. Prchase money to be secured by
bond widi good persioal sureties.
S. S. TO.\MPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comn'rs Qillee, Oct. 7, 1831.
Oct. 9 -lt 38
STATE, OF SOU''H'f CAROLINA.
EDGEFIEDI .) DISTRICT.
IN EQ CiTY.
Wi!!i.:m U. Dorns,
Riechard Grillin and Iijntni,4c
ILewis C. Parks.
Tappeai~ring to my satisfaction, that the
deend:.iils, Richaird Giilin and Lewis C.
Pariks..:n-e :bent. firnmid reside bevond the
limtits of the State. Oiinmoitiion of Perrin
mid .\I.:Gowen, phunimti's societotr, it. is or
dered thi:L they do pleadt, answer or demur,
to the pilaini i's lill, wvithmi three months
from the piulicat ion hereof, or the said bill
w I!li e tamken pro congfesso, as agaminst them.
8. 5. TOM PKI NS, C. E. D. D.
( 'sc.. 0;ie Ot , 81
STi'xl OF SOUT1!I C.\ROLINA.
IN O' .ltlY.
1')V JIOIIN IIILL,Esq1., Ordinary of Edge
O tiehl District.
Where::s, L~ucius L,. Hall bath applied to
mec fo r Let ters of Admin ist ration, on amll andi
sint ?ular I he goods and chattlhes, rights and
edits of Thomas L. IHall, late of the Dis
trict afires:id. dceased.t
*The"se are. theretore, to cite :mtd ndmonish
I ; i iod sinUenl i r, the. kindred anid creditors of
the s.aid decased. to be and ppear befoire mec
a :i our ntext Ordinarv's Coiurt for thme .,aid Dis
rict, to be ho'dn 't Edge L cield Cou rt H ouse
il' the~ 20Jth diy oh Oct. next, to show canse
if any.wh'ly thestida.dministration should not
be en nieetl.
(ivent undmier my hand aund seal, this the 20th
daym of Sept. ini the year oif onr Lord one
I tismd eig.mthtnnh'ed and fifty-one, :ind in
the s..veniv..sixthi Vear ofi~ Ametrienn Indepen
dence. ~ ~JOUN llILL, 0. E. D.
Oct!) 3t 38
STA'.1' OF SOUT'h' CAlROLINA.
pY JOhN 1UILL, Esq.,Ordinary of Edge.
I) ieldl District.
Whlereats, Thlos Ferguson has applied to me
for LettIers of Ad oimistrat ion, on all and sin
inhir t he gzoods and ehattles, rights and cred
ts of Brantl1ey Tompjkins late of the District
afo resaid. decceaised.
*Thiese a re therelore, to cite and admonish
lh and singular, the kiindred aind creditors of
the sa:id dteceased,1 tibe~ and( appear bef ore me,
t onr next. Ordi:;ary'sCiinrt for the said Dis.
tiet, to he hiohlent at Elgelieid Coutrt Hlotnse,
on the 16th day of October inst., to show
cuse,. if any, why the said Admniistration
sont!d not be itranited.
Given tunder my hInd and senil, this the
2d dav October in the venr of our Lord
one th~ionsanid eighlt hund're~d anid fidly-otne
and ini the sevemyi-sixthi year of American In
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Oct. 9. 1851 2t .38
ALL personts indebited to the estate of JT. A.
Perrimi, idee'd., are reieteie to niake im,
ediaite paynient, and thiose having demands
a in~ilst said estate wiltlipresenlt them prioperly at.
tested. A. PElRIN, Adnm'r.
Oct. Gt Gm 38
Mill Stones for Sale,
r iIB Subscriber, living oin Clioud's Creek,
respe~iictfully informns thle public thlat lie is
niew enigagedl in the ill Stone Cut
ting Business, anld will be prepared at
thle shortest notice to fill any order thart may
cmne ini his line of business. The Stones are
of thle best gunality and the Workmanship wvar
raiiteid to be inferiior to none in the State.
For further info~rlma~tioni address the Subscri..
ber at Leesville, Lexington, S. C.
t G EORGE E. IIENDY.
I R EN~vCEs.--Maj. IS.LC flOL~s, C. J. GLo
VEi int Aituliost W~jitivLE.
I .,..ob.ro 18.l 3m 38
APR. E. BLAND,
o FFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of Edgefield Village and vicinity.
I iLT OmcE next door to Mr. BUTLER'S Store.
Oct. 2, tf 37
WM. M. HILL9L, 1. D.,
0OFFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of our Village and District. Having
graduated at the University of New York. with
high honor, where he availed himself for the last
two years, of the advantages to be derived from
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals,
&C., &c., offiers his services to his fellow-citizens
with the hope that he will prove worthy of a
share of their patronage.
UT Roomz at the SrAxx H1oTFL, No. 7.
Oct 2, tr 37
Mount Enon Female Institute.
MRS. CAROLINE COLEMAN, PRINCIPAL.
T HIS Institution located on a healthy ridgc
in Edgefield District, was opened by its
Principal on the first Monday in this month
Mrs. CoLEMAN is a Teacher of much experi
ence, and of high attainments. We feel fully
authorized, from our knowledge of her qualifica
tions, and from the universal testimony in her
favor, wherever she has taught, to recommend
her to the patronaige of the people of this and
the adjoining Districts.
Pupils will be entered by the quarter or the
Session, the time being mentioned before taking
their first lessons.
She will receive young ladies of any age, and
boys of such an age as would be admissible in a
If the number of her pupils should require it.
she will employ, from time to time, competent
Good and convenient board can he obtained
for S7 per month including every thing that a
student would need.
Orthozraphy and Reading, per quarter, 84,00
The above, with Geography, History, and
Enizlish Gramnmar....... 41,00
" " " Arithmetic, Writing, Nat.
'lhilosoplhy, &c.,....... 6,00
" "t " Music................10,01)
"t " " French,.............. .00
"t " " Drawing and Painting,.. 5.0t
" " " Embroidery........... 3,00
W. A. STROTIER, .J. CH.APMAN,
WM. COLEMAN, M. W. CLARtY.
Sept. 10 eow3t 34
7 The Newbcrry Sentinel will copy three
times, (once every two weeks, and forward its
account to the Trustees.
HODGES k FULLER INSTITUTES.
r IHE Exercises of these Institutions will be
T resumlen on Monday, the 15th inst. The
1loltges histitute under the direction of Messrs.
loCTZCLA\ and WALKlt,1 and Fuller In
stitute under the direction of Miss M\. COR E
UA PELOT, who will remain in charge ot it
to the end of the present Scholastic year. Decen
ber 15. 1851.
The Board are thankful for previous confidence
and patronage. and would solicit a countinualnee,
as they are confident of exertions on their part to
merit it 11111 henceforth are determined to plee
none but Southerners at their head.
W. P. I1I LL, Secretary.
Greenwood, S. C., Sept. 5. 1851.
Sept. 11 cowdt 34
LEWIS' STRAW CUTTER.
VJH E Un~dersigned takes this opp~ortnity of
kstaing to the public, that he will have
another lot'of his Machines ready for muarket, in
te course of a few days. Persons wanting
these .1lachines will do~ well tol sendl ill their or
ders early so as to entsure their being filledl.
le refers to the following Certihicates, oif the
many whieb he has receiveud, for additional tes
tiony in their favor.
Ihamburg, Oct. 1, if :1
Wvsos, (Penr.) January S.d 1851.
Mn. Lnwis,---The Patent Straw Cutter which
on inveinted, :id are no~w ofrierinlg to the publlie,
is a moi~st excellent article andl deserves public
avrl. lTwo years smece I p~urcha~sed one antd
have hail it in constant use-it has tnever been
,ut of repair inl aniy resplect, antswe'rinlg all thme
purpoI~ses you reconnniiend it for. I mlo st cheer
fully ecommtiend it to farm~ers in all sectionis, andi
could not be induced to hart withl!the on~e I have,
witouI~t tile p~rosp~et ot obtaiining anlother, lor
live timnes it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET.
A cres-r. (Ga.) Sept 16, 1851.
MIR. LI~wls-Dear Sir : Somec time since I
used one of your Straw Cutters to cut roots fur
myl prepa1rationI of Georgia Sarsaparilla. Sonme
of thle roots were very hard andl ti ugh.-l am
happy to say your Straw Cutter has far exceeded
myl expectationts. The public nteed not fear of
its gettinlg ouit o'f order by cutting straw or foil
er.or by accidentally gettinlg ha~rd substances
in it. Yours, respecxtfully,
J. DE MIS.
EDGEFIELO C. II., Sept. 10, 1851.
Ma. War. Lnws-Sir: In your letter yout
ask how I like the Straw Cutter I boughlt from
yo. I say it excels any thing of the kinud I
lave ever seen, and I could not be iniduced to
p~rt withl it, without tihe prospect of getting
anoter, for any commnoni considerationt.
W.\. P. lBUTLER.
EDGEFIELD C. H., Sept. I8, 1S51.
DEAR SIR: I have been ulsing (Inc of your
Straw Cutters for some thlree or four mnonth~s,
and am satisfied thtat its advantages over all
others, are such that it will recommendl itself to
every (observer. Its adaptedness tol cuttintg all
kinds of grain, ill any desirable length, its security
to the ope~ratoIr, tile mlinlimumtl of powi~er required
to keep it in oplerationl, thle dispatch withl which
it executes its work, combinedl with its simiplicity
and durability, must make it invaluable to every
one0 that mtay have use fur thenm.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wat. LEwis, Esq., H amburg S. C.
I OST betweenu Turkey Creek anid Liberty
J 1tit1, I'l thei~ 13th of Septembier last. a Calf
Skin Pocket Book, containinlg one nlote of eihl
teen hlundired dollars on tile Rev. JIamels M.
Chiles, also several other smlaller notes, the
amounts not recollected.
A reward (If $25 will be given to the finder
by returning the Pocket Book and11 its contents
te the Subseriber, at Winter Seat. Abbeville,
S. C. 'JAS. PA'TTE1tSON.
Oct. 2 :.t* 37
ST Abbeville Banner copy 3 times and for
ward accounlt to this Oflice.
I IIEREBY notify all whom it may concern,
that I have appointed Piekens B. Wever-, my
true and lawful Attorney to transaet all business
for mte and ill my namte dlurint! lmy ablsence fromn
the State. LAF'AYETE U3. WEVER.
A LL those having dlemands against the Estate
.tof Abner V. White, decased.are requested
to present them, properly attested,and those in
debted to mtake payment.
- JOJIN HIILL, Adm.
FALL AMMJ WiaER GOODS I
T IIE Subscriber has received at his Store,
near the Court House, a large STOCK OF
GOODS suitable for the present and coming
season, consisting of a general assortment of
Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery,
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
Groceries, &C., &c.,
all of which have been selected by himself with
great care, both ini regard to style and price, and
will be sold at short profits for Cash, or to pune
tual buyers until first of Januarv next.
Persons buying in this Market will loose noth
ing by examing his Stock.
0 LOD RIU.
October 2, IS51. tf 37
NEW FALL GOODS.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
IT AVE' received, this day, from New York,
iLby the Steamer Marion
Rich Paris MOUSSELINE D'LAINES,
of new and clegant 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
Engli.sh MERINOS, at very low prices:
Superior Welch and Scarlet FLANNELS;
Fancy TWE EDS and CASSIMERES, for
English and American PRINTS, of beauti
ful styles, and at greatly relucod prices;
Fm:ey Watered POPLINS, of new and
With a varietv of other articles for the present
season, ind to all of which they respectfully in
vite the attention of the public.
Sept 22 tf 36
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
ITA YE just received from New York a snp
1 -1 ply of Three-Ply and higrain CARPETS
of new and splendid patterns., to which they res
pectfully invite the attentioln of the public.
Sept 22 tf 33
WHEN you visit Augusta, call at the PRE
]MIUM DAGLT URRE AN GALLERY,
and ltave a fine Daguerreotype of yourself, for
here you will find one of the most elegant Da
uerrean Saloons in A ncrica.
Daguerreotype stock of every description for
sale at a small advance on New York cost.
LEIGH, TLCK1ME & PElRKINS.
June 12 Bim l
PPLICATION will be tade to the Legisla
. ture of South Carolina at its next Sessiun,
to vest the title of the State of South Carolina inl
the Estates of John 13. Logan, and Charles Lo
gait deceased, in Lueretia Blackwell, the widow,
.11tnd Mary Ann Robertson. in James Blackwell,
Ehlizabeth Mims, William 1lackwell and Samuel
Blackwell, children of Join Blackwell, late of
Edgelield District. deceased, and in Saran Ann
Blackwell. the widow, and George J. Blackwell,
the child of Isaiah Blackwell; deceased, a son of
the said John I'lackwell-these persoms beingr
the lawful heirs and distributees of the said John
Aug. 20 1851 3m 32
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
James T. Gardner and wife.
IN pitrsuance of tle Decree of thte Coutrt
J.of Eq uitsV, at June T.Ierm, 1851, ini this
case, Notice'is hereby given to Samnuel Gard
ner, Trustee of the Petitioner Mrs. Rebecca
Gardner, who is nowv absent fronm the State,
to show cause, within three months front
the pttblication hereof, whty thte prayer of the
petition should niot lhe grated.
S. S. TO.\PKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comnm'rs Oflice, Aug 18, 1851.
ugust 21 3m 31
Attention Artillery !
T 7OU are hereby comnitded to applear at
Ere'.ield C. I f., on Saiturdlay, the.. 12thi
October ntext, for I1)rill and Itustruetion. A gen
eral return of the riules will be required on that
There will ailso be an electioin on the same day,
fr 3d1 Lieutentant to fill thte vacaney occasioned
by te resigination of Lient.lin IL..
Uiv order of Cap1t. WV. C. MOR.A GNE.
Y. '. Wm-rEt, Clerk.
Sept 23 3t :16
ALT4 thtose indebted to the Estatte oif Abinha
. 1 Robertson, dleceased, tire regniested toa miake
pamet, aind thio se having demant :ds to piresett
ttei, propi~erly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adm,.
Ahil 291, 15
30 1mTDS. CITHA MOLASSES.
In - N. Orleatns"
50) " Golden Syrup, very fine. For
sale by A. ]3LURNSIDE.
litnburg Feb 13 tf 4
-f TUILS large No. 31, MACKEREL,
OUv :0 H alf bairrels No 2"
75 Kits, Nit I,
50 Half Kits No 1. For sale by
Hamburg, Feb 13 tf 4
Old Drt. Jacob Townsend's
S a r' s a p ar i I I a.
JUST Received 0 dozen of Old Dr. Jacob
JTownmsend's origintal compound Syrup of Sair
tspatila, and for sale at the Drug andh Chemical
Store of A. G. TEAGUE.
May 1,10 tf 15
A LL thmose having demands agatinst thec estate
-of Allemi B. A ddison,, deceased, are reques
ted to present themit properly attested and those
m idebted to moake piaymtent.
(1.A. Anniso, x, rs
E . J. MIMS. Exrs
July 24 1850 if 27
A LT, those indebted to the estate of Joab
Kilerease, dee'd-, tire required to mtake im
mediate paiymtent, tind those having demtands to
preset thtemt properly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adtn'r.
August 28 ly 2
4 LL persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
L.Tracia Lowec, deceased, are regnested to
mtake imimediate payment, and all personts having
deoads against said Estate, tire also requested
to ~resenit themt accordinig to law.
HENRY KEY, Ex'or.
July 10 (imi 25
A LL Persona indebted to the estate of Mrs.
Susan M. Nicholls, deceased, are requested
to make immiediate payment, and those having
denmds against the estate will present them
properly attested. * R T. M1DIS,
Ag 13, 1851 tf 30 A dm'r.
J. M. NEWBY & CO.,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN
READY MADE CLOTHING, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.
UNDER THE U. S. HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
M. NEVBY & CO., are now receiving the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
. of Ready Made Clothing ever offered in this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
id most improved styles of manufacture.
-A L S 0
. GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Car Country Merchants, and all persons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to
:l and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23 dk 30
FALL TRADE! 1851!!
PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH THE TIMES.
HE Subscriber is now receiving one of the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and BEST
ASSORTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, ever offered in this market, among which
ny be found
Black and Colored SILKS in every variety,
66 6 - ALPACCAS, all prices,
BOMBAZINES and CANTON CLOTHS,
Superfine new style DELAINES,
CA31LION LUSTRES, a beautiful article,
Plain and figured POPLINS, new and handsome styles,
High colored PLAIDS, for Children's use,
GINGHAMS, all qualities, some at 12h cents, warranted fast colors,
PRINTS, all qualities, from 4 to 181 cents, warranted not to fade,
Fair PRINTS, all qualities, from 64 to 15 cents.
Bleached and Brown TABLE CLOTHS and TABLE DAMASK, warranted all lin
nen, from 75 cents to $4,
Worsted and Linnen TABLE COVERS, all colors, from 75 ets to S4,
Col'd and White Table NAPKINS, Linnen Towels and Toweling of every variety,
All qualities TICKINGS, from 10 cents to the superb A. C. A.
Brown and Bleached HO31ESPUNS, all qualities and widths, a good article, 64 ets.
Colored and White, for D131IITYS, some 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,
4 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, Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Elastics, &c. &e.
ALSO,-A cotnplete assoritnent of Ladies and Children's SHOES.
This Stock ha~s been selected with great eare by an experienced Merchant, and to the
ASH buyer I pledge myself not to be undersold by any one in the Southern States.
all and satisfy yourself of the fact.
HI. B. JACKSON.
Hamburg, Sept. 15 ___- w . - 35
yone~K ga gE Carriage Making. .
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, TIE Subscribers having
- engage'd in the Carriage
EDGEIEL, S.C. - nakingand repairingbumsiness
Instrutorsin Pottersville, near Edge
Instrutors.d Court House. tor the ensuing yea.r; wtould
Ray. N. ALTDRICH, Parsemr.rr..ieJ~Il~slctashr f1ulcPtoae
E. B. BACON, Pnioresson or 3Meste, DntAw- n esaliievrtgv aifmtoit l h
is. J. 31cCLINTOCK, TE.cnEKm .Ix PRi-ti- Wii rag~~ odwrmn WelCr
- DEPA~TI1EN-T. raeprsadBde,.fsed oa ai
1P11S Institution will be openied on the 2. uno aiis rb.drigo esnbetrs
L Monday in Septemnber next, at thme residence IIti&WlILW
31 rs. AleCui-rocK.N.1.AgoprcwilbpidfrLme
The course of instruction will be the same asofod sakHioradPpr.fa
pursued ini the first class Female Seniinaries m ~t~ ieseu.1.&W
e State, and it will be the constant aim of the N.'~ 5 f4
istrutors to retnder the School worthy the pat--------- _____
nag~ce of an enlightened public. Strict atten- IVlal ad nSvna ie
on will be paid to the nioral training of lhe
'oug Ladies under their care, while at theF0RSALE
men' time all sectarian influence will be scrupu- TILESODsnctieexfalfo
ously avoidled. ~ti ups fDsrbto uogtm
Te School will he truly Southern, as thewilwadclreofPtr. rj't.d
eachers are not only natives of thme State, butceedthtvIrA EPL TTONo
so,, Southern ini all their feelitngs and habits. ilihtedcae eiecnann bu
It is contidently hoped that the names appeni-120Arg
led to, this notie will b~e a sunilict guarantee to h~i'~~vmmiimiieimdaeybli
le qualitientionms of thme 'Tecrs.Iiksle eryThstatiafnecto
The price of Tuition and of Board enn be ob-plnai, itthehuddorio arsf
ained by application to alrs. SilcCuxrocK. lwgoiis eltmee mi ihago
It is o'f great imiportance that the Scholars be deln idothuegnhuemdsrw
:ntered at the comiimencement of the quarter. anotebudiisecsayfrlmttmnp
Referenices. Jbetrs ucaemnywl escrd
Caresto.-Rev. ,Jonms BIAcnAY, D. D)., Pisn h iht ucaelnswl owl
iev. W. M. WVEumn'r1Ax, I). D., Rev. Tiuos. O.viithsrctadidoertbfreuygan
1313ER, D. D., Rev. .R. KENDRICK, Dr. MEN- ile.
r~sniuAL. atnd J1AuEs TiPPEn, Esq.Jh~ 12nwf 2
Graitcile.-Rev. H1. A. TurPsit and Rev.iN tI .
Augata, Ga.-Rev. Mr. Connor and Rev. )TBE'1Swlheafrsl
V. BlAno. *BOSadSOS ttef
Edgefield C. 1.-Rev. C. B. WAL.KER and Io gprcsfrCASUOL:
Rev. Mir. Bnmows. Fn ae ro ot.....O0
References.-Mris. McCilutock. meWtddo........70
Edgejeld C. H.-Chancellor F. 11. WARD- Me'flePnpSes..... 7
rw, lion. A. P. H-.ECol. J. P. CARROt.I.,d Wledd
lj. WV. A. HlAanus, Joe. AanE, Esq., W. W. o Npd o...... 20
&DAsis, Esq., Mir A. BusnNEcLL, Dr. Wa:it. LaisClU.oi....... 17
UiT, Mlr. W. P. BU;TJ.EiR, Col. TonN HIIL, 11. d ~ otc.......... 20
RoULv~mE, Esq., Mr. Trios. donmxsoN anmd C. ~.fJanay ~l t
Columbia.-Dr. M. LAIIORDE. A LProsacwre cis rdn o
SAugust 21 tf 31 aX t ae pybe t hohlsll
LL persons indebted to the Estate of Eliza- Rcarsnuet.twsgininJn
- bhCarter, dee'd., are requested to make radwl eeu h 5hDcme et u
amediate pan~ymnent, and those having demandsitcosdrinhvngpveiaeut,
igainst said Estate will present them properly at-salreittspyn.
t ed. A. J. RAMBO, Adm'r.CESYATAWY
respectfullysolicit hae. ulePtoae
20 lS. SsARediseren brndda wil tbgie adtisaton te alliwho
16 arrls rusednd owdredSugr, mnv ofa uswth taetits snextssi;the or ai
00 Lb. Laf uga, dubl reine, nwt oagd odame workmans on theels Mari
50 Barrls C.,~t SugriTow Rad ndgeies, ofisteiady totrsec taits,
75 Bas prie RioCoffenone othered aCpt.y.Good Tomfrtablenbubbd
25 bestsOldnGovernoentedacanConien. tiltheDistrict.
For salsoryed.dimensions. July31 -
S HanmbuNovFc8 13850 tac45
l~hiteLedaluable~ CHOICE onavanho RACOr
5,00 LBS WHIE LED, pre, TILDE jsLD receti an fsal, for
200 Twidowl. orndlebyhilLIAMS Pte F..CHrISTne. e
______________ -eensed, Person i.\LUAbE toLANETAT ona
Notice j~which tkhe decasreed, aconeutaiing ake
~ PLTCTIO wil b mae t tie Lgila-inugeion aymenand thser immeintel eowd
tor a th nxt orioic utresesio, fr wll~sntan wth plroerl attedred. oearso
he ncrpraio o Tiiit Cmueb Egeied JAMEbuldnS neceLaryWfor paaio pr
Set 0 f3 prils The above tat 1b3sl n ao
EDGEFIELD COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
1o BUS M .im.
Rev. Chas. A. Raymond, Principal.
HE FIRST SESSION commenceaSeptem
The Institute building will contain eight
Rooms, all of which are appropriated to purpo.
ses of instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of Maps;
Anatomical Charts, Globes, &et 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 charac
ter, and more comprehensive, than that of most
female institutions of the highest reputation.
The PRNCIPAL 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 cabh. 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 time of en
trance to the end of the Session.
Payments are to be made at the close of each
Uunusual facilities are given for a thorough
In addition to other improvements, which are
now in progress, a large covered playground, for
exercise in wvet weather, and a gymnasium, are
to be creeted.
Circulars containing a list of expenses, course
of studies and other particulars. will be sent free
of postage, to those who apply for them.
EDMUND PENN, g
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. MIMS. .
July 17 if 26
T fE 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, #c.
BRANDY, GIN, WHISKEY, RUM & WION,
of all kinds.
Hts, Caps. Boots, Shoes, Saddles and Blankets,
Crockery of all kinds, Prints, Homespun, Osna
burgs, striped and plain, Ginghams, Linen, Al
nacea, Tweeds, Kerseys, Cashenere and various
other articles too tedious to enumerate, all of
which they are determined to sell as cheap as
Call anld see-we will take pleasure in show
ing you our Goods.
MATHENY & BEWLY.
lUamburg, Sept. 18, Im3 36
T AT valuable PLANTATION, containing
one thousand and sixty acres, belonging to
M'rs. Sophtia and 31. L. B3onhlam, and situate on
Richland Creek, near It. Willing, in Edgefield
There are on the place two good settlements,
(having eacht a good two story Dwelling witht
other necessary out buildings,)-a Gin-house,
Gin and Serew, and a well of good water.
Richland Creek runs through the trees, giving
to the traot .75 or 100 acres of bottom lamid.
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 Rlail Road at Nei-berry
The plantation can be advantageously divided
into two equal tracts with a good settlement on
each, or into thtrec tracts-the third having a
ine site for a residence, withi a good spring near
by. and will be so divided to suit purchasers.
~For terms, apply to Mr. Jamnes bliniek who
has charge of the place, or to M. IL. Bonham or
Col. 8. Christie, at Edgefield C. H.
Mr. Miniek will show the place to those who
may desire to purchase.
F~OUR MILES of the flamburg and Edge
Iield Plank Road being CO31PLETED. is
now opened for the use of the Public.
RATES OF TOLL.
Wagons drawn by 4 or more horses,..5eo pr mile
d1o do "2S do ..3e " "
do or Carts drawn by one do .. 2c " "
Carriages. &c., drawnt by two do . .e " "
horseback Travellers...........1 " "
UI. A.'KENRlICK, President.
Hamburg, May 22, 18->1. tf 19
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Tusa Subscriber ofeirs for sale htis
se HOUSE and LOT at Liberty Hill.
S On the premises arc a large Dwell
- ing House, with all necessary out
buildings, a good Gardent and Ten Acres of bet
tomi and. Also a well arranged Store House,
and Physician's Oflice.
Terms will be reasonable. Apply to the Sub
scriber on the premises.
Liberty Hill, S. C., July 5, 1851 tf 30
.Bagging and Rope.
25 Bales GUNNY BAGGING,
200 Pieces Dundee Bagging,
75 Coils, e inch Kentucky Rope.
For sale by A. BURNSIDE.
Hamburg, 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.
Augi3 t 33
I s HEREBY given that application will be
made at the next Session of the L~egislature
fr the renewal of the Charter of the Ferry on
Savannah River, three miles below Augusta,
known as the Sand Bar or Wallvham Ferry.
ELIZ. R. 'WHATLY.
Au 3m 29
APPLICATION will be made to the next
Legilature, for a Public Road, commen
cing at or near Elbert Devore's, on the Scott's
Ferry Road, via Mountain Creek Church-from
thence to Good Hope Church, or through that
neighborhood-from thence to Mt. Enon, and
thence by M. W. Chary's, and then intersect the
Higgins' Ferry Road at Mrs. Martha Abacy's,
about one and a half miles fronm said Ferry.
August 21 tf 31
IS HEREBY given that application will bo
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
from the residence of H. lR. Hill by J. Cres
well's to intersect the Charleston Read at a
branch on the plantation of N. L. Griffin, at the
point where it is proposed to diseontinue tite
nSept1 3m 3