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T RE.BOARD-OF TRUSTEES, having here
toiore recommended the Rtev. C H A RLES
A. RAYMOND to this community, as the
ieiial of the Edgefield Female Institute, and
hearingshat rumors affecting him are extensively
circulated, have put themselves to the trouble to
-eot.t information as to the standing and char
seter of Mr. RAYmosD.
The Trustees have now in their possession
lettes from gentlemen, themselves in the Minis
try and very favorably known, testifying to the
jiety, correct conduct and good standing of Mr.
RAYMOND as a Minister of the Gospel from the
Reriod of his Ordination, some eight or ten years
ano. to the time of his removal to Greenwood.
SThe Trustees have also in their possession cer
tifieates from a number of gentlemen, that up to
the time when Mr. RAY'arOD announced his in
tention to leave Greenwood and remove to Edge
field, he stood high as a man, a Teacher and a
Minister of the Gospel.
. The Trustees are fully persuaded that only
one-of the rumors alluded to has affected .11r.
R. in the public estimation, and that is the one
which relates to a female member of his family
whilst at Greenwood ; and as there is, as to that
matter, the most extensive misconception exist
ing, the Trustees have sought and obtained the
opinion of a Member of the Committee which
recently net at Greenwood,-that in that mat
ter there was nothing affecting the moral charac
ter of Mr. RAYTMOND.
The Board have sought in good faith for evi
ednee on which to act in discharging their duty
fo te ommunity. Mr. RAYMOND and themselves.
Tis result is that their confidence in Mr. RAY
KoN' remains unshaken. And they not only
confide their own daughters to him, but with
out hesitation recommend him and his accom
plished lady to the liberal patronage of the com
N. T. GRIFFIN.
EDMTN D PENN,
S. F. GOODE, ,
U. T. MIMS. .
Edgefield C. 11., Nov 6, IS51. tf 42
Tn the communication to the publie, by the
Board of T-ustees of the Edgefield Female In
stitutefn the Advertiser of the 6th inst., there
is th'e folfowing sdntenee-" The Trustees have
sought and obtained the opinion of a member of
the Committee, which recently met at Green
wood, that, in that matter there was nothing
aflecti.ig the moral character of Mr. RAYMOND."
As the words used, though honestly by the
Trustees, in their communination, may be con
strued to include more than the member of the
Committee intended, he thinks it proper to use
the privilege of explaining in his own words the
opinion which he intended to convey to the
Trustees, and which he has expressed to others
on the matter. The words are-That the mem
ber of the Committee is willing to repeat the
words of the Committee, which are " That the
-Conduct of Mr. RAYMOND towards the young
lady in his family was Inprudent und unbecom
ing." Beyond this the Committee could not
go, from the evidence before them. And the
member of the Committee added that he had
never thought. and that lie had never heard any
person say, that there was any criminality on
the part of Mr. RAYMOND in that manner.
THE 1 MxBER oF THE ComMrrrEE
REFEIaED TO ABOVE.
Edgefield C. H., Nov. 8, 1S51.
Fall and Winter Goods!
$ANv now on hand a FIRST RATE Stock
S6f Cloths, Cassimers & Vestinags,
which are of the latest styles and will be made
to measure as good and as fashionable as can be
had in the Southern Country. -
Alwaysstorsale in eicellerit Stock of-foe
r hich is cut anl umde under my own supervi
sion, and any. one purcbasing fronm me may rely
upon getting full value for their nmoney expended.
Such as Cra~vats, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery,
White anid Colored Shirts, Silk and .Merino un
de garinents, Collars. Stoeks, Money lDelts,
Silk anad Mermio under Vests for Ladies,-and a
Of German Colognes, extracts for the handlker
chief, hair. Tooth, Nail, C.lotes, liet and Shav~
ing Brushes, Dressing and Fine Tooth Co'mbs,
Fine Soaps, Shainig Creams and Soaps, Port
Monies, Pocket Books. Purses, Scgar Cases,
11air Oils, and every thing desirable and useful
J. A. VANWINKLE.
N. B.-My Store is next to the Georgia Rail
Road Bank. at the Old Stand of the Chronicle &
.Augusta, Nov 12 Om 43
3E ALED PROPOS.\LS, will be received
3by the Chairman of the Committee, until
the 1st December next, for erecting a Church at
Good Ihope, of the following dimensions:
The building to be 66 feet long by 44 feet
wide; 14 feet pitch, . with two isl-s running the
full length of the house, to be four feet wide
each, together with a cross isle of the same
width opposite the side doors. There will be
four Grecian folding doors, 4 reet wide and 7
feet high ; 12 large windows of 18 lights each,
10 by 12 glas; also, one small window at the
back of the pulpit of 12-lights, 10 by 12 glass.
Venetian blinds will be required for all thie win
dows-the blinds and doors to be hung with
suitable hinges ; also, one knob lock for one oSf
the doors. The walls and overhead to beceihed
with narrow eeiling plank ; the flooring to be of
good heart plank 1* in. thiek, 6 7 in. broad. The
pulpit to be 6 feet long, 4 feet widejresting upon 6
pillars, 6 inches square, with a neat moulding at
the top and bottom. The body of the pulpit to
be of neat panneh work, showing 3 feet fronm the
top of the pillars to the breast board, with a neat
hand railing and steps to the same. There will
be 5 rows of seats, three in front, and one at
eaeh end of the pulpit; the seats to be 12 feet
long, 14 inches wide, 14 inches thick ; the seats
to be placed on the floor 3 1-2 feet fronm the
back to one seat to the front of the other; the
backs to be put on with screws; the lower back
to be 12 inches wide, the top to be 4 inches wide.
The weather-boarding and shingles to be of good
heart lumber. The building to rest upon 18 pil
Jars of well burnt briek, 13 inches high. A pair
of strong steps to each door.
The undertakers will be required to give bond
and security for the faithful performance of the
work, all to be completed by the 15th of Au
The money to be due by the 1st Nov. 1852.
Address Robert Bryan, Sr., Meeting Street,
Edgefield District, S. C.
Oct. 23 4t 40
1- ~D. TIBBETTS will hereafter se
eUj 1 BOOTS and SHOES,at the fol
lowing prices, for C A S H ONL Y :
Fine Water Proof Boots,............$9 00
Flne Pump Boots,................8 0
Flue Welted do.......... ....... 7 00
- Men's fine Pump Shoes,........... 3 75
do , do-Welted do ....... 350
do 'Kip do do............ 200
Ladies Calf Shoes,.... ............1 75
do do 'Bootees,...............2 00
-January 1, 1851. tf I
Tobacco anad Segars.
J USTreceived a lot of Choice CHEWING
TOBA CCO, of various prices from 12 1-2
to 50 cents a Pig. In the hot is a box of the
celebrated " CA LHOUN BR AND," said to be
superior to any ever brought to th~is market.
Also, in Store, 10,000 SEGA RS, of favourite
brands, for sale cheap by
G. L. PENN, Agent.
t3 tai 41
I EXECUTOR'S SALE,
WILL be sold on WEDNESDAY the 10th
day of December next, at the late resi
dence of Willian Garrett, dee'd., all the proper
ty of said deceased, both Personal and Real,
consisting of about
One Hundred & Thirty Negroes,
Stock of Mules, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Crop of
Corn, Cotton, Fodder, Oats, Plantation Tools,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, and many
other articles too numerous to inention.
The above property will be sold on a credit o
At the same time and place, above mentioned
Three Valuable Tracts of Land,
all on Big Stephen's and Horn's Creeks, and
from fifteen to twenty miles from Hamburg.
No. 1. The Homestead, containing about
2,300 Acres, all Oak and Hickory land-about
one half cleared, and three hundred cleared in
the last four years, with some two hundred
acres of very rich low grounds. On the above
premises, is a good Dwelling House, Gin House,
screw and all other necessary out buildings.
No. 2. Known as the Mill, containing from
2,000 to 2,500 acres, about one half of which is
Oak and Ilickory, and the other Pine Lands,
well timbered. Four or five hundred acres of
this tract is cleared, and a large portion of which
is fresh and very rich. On the premises are
both Grist and Saw Mills, a New Gin House and
Screw, and other out buildings. We can with
safety say, the Mills are as valuable as any in the
District, with a large body of good land.
No. 3. Known as the Horns's Creek Mill,
containing nine acres, on which is a valuable
Plats of the above Lands. will be exhibited on
the day of sale. Terms also, made known on
that day. C.LES T.\MMOND,
WM. G. HAMMOND, Ex'ors.
Nov 13 4t 43
VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR
r HIE Subscriber oni'rs at private sale, the
Plantation or tract of land, belonging to
the estate of Mrs. Mary Carroll, dee'd., situate
on Cypher Creek, and adjoining landsfof Charles
W. Cochran, Tandy Martin, the estate of Evan
Morgan, dee'd., and others.
The tract consists of nine hundred and eighty
six acres an a half. Upon it are a comfortable
framed Dwelling House, an excellent Gin-House
and Screw and Barn, with Stables and Negro
Houses, all substantially built and in perfect
The terms of sale will be most accommoda
ting to Purchasers, and if desired, a credit of
four years will be given.
For further particulars apply to
J. P. CARROLL, Ex'or.
And Agent of Devisecs.
Nov 13 6t 43
Valuable Lands on Savannah River
WILL BE SOLD, on sale-day in December
next, for Distribution among the widow
widow and children of Peter F. Moragne, de
ceased, that VALUABLE PLANTATION on
which the deceased resided, containing about
lying on Savannah River, immedintely below
Barksdale's Ferry. This tract is a fine cotton
plantation, with three hundred or more acres of
low grounds, well timbered and with a good
dwelling and out houses, gin house and screw,
and other buildings necessary for plantation pur
poses. The above tract will be sold on favora
ble terms; purchase -money will be. secured.
Persons who wish to purchase lands will do well
to visit this tract sa ride over it before buying
anmy where els'.. ~ -
Nov 7 3t- 43
B)Y an order from the Ordinary of Edgefleld
.1)District, I shall sell on Thursday, the 4th
day of Decenmber next, at the late residence of
Luike J. Bland, deceased, all thme personal pro
perty of said deceased, consisting of
SIX LIKELY NEGROES,
I Horse and M.ules, Cattle, Hogs, Shmeepi, Oxen
and Cart, 1 Road Wagon, Buggy and Ilarness,
Sett hacksmithm's Tools, Crop of Corn and Cot
ton, Fodder, Oats, Peas, &c. H-ousehuld'and
Kitchen Furniture, &e., &c.
Ternms--12 months credit, except sums of and
under $5, wvhich are to be paid it ensh.
W M. MOBLEY, A dministrator.
Nov. 13 3t 43
BY an order from John Ihill, Esq., Ordinary
.Lof Edgefield District, I shall proceed to sell
on Monday, the 8th day of December next, at
the late residence of Capt. A. H. Coleman, de
ceased, all the personal property of said deceased,
EIGHT LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES,
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Corn, Fodder, Cotton,
Flour, Plantation l'ools, Household and Kitehen,
Furniture, &:e., &e.
Teroms made knmownm on thme day of sale.
WILSON ABNEJY, Administrator.
Nov. 12 4t 413
BY an Order from John H ill, Esq., Ordinary,
.11 shall proceed to sell at the late residence
of Lewis Collins, dee'd., on Thursday the 4th
of December next, all the personal property of
said deceased consisting of
NINETEEN LIKELY NEGROES,
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs. Plantation and
other Tools, Buggy and Carriage, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Fodder, Oats, one
Sett Blacksmiths Tools, &c., &c.
Terms-On a dredit of twelve months. Pur
hasers to give notes with two approved sureties
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
JAMES A. COLLINS, Adnt'r.
Oct. 20 5t 41
W ILL4 be sold on Friday the 5th day of
December next at the late residen~ce of
Joseph Sumimerall, dee'd., all the personal pro
perty of said deceased, consisting of
TEN LIKELY NEGROES,
Horses, Stock, and Cattle, Crop of Corn, Fod
der, Oats and Wheat, one two Horse Wagon,
Lot of Shucks and Cotton Seed, Household and
Kitehen Furniture, &c. &c.
Tzasz.-On a credit of twelve months. Pur
chaser to give notes with ap~proved sureties.
TANDY BURgK[IALTER, Adm'r.
Nov. 0 S 5t 42
BY an Order from John Hill, Ordinary of
.LEdgeield liistriet, we shall proceed to sell
at the late residenc of Hardy Wh~ite, dee'dn.,
on Thursday the 18th day of December next,
all the personal property of said deceased, eon
Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Oats, W~heat, Horses.
Cows, THogs, Sheep, Two Waggons, One Sett
Blaksmith-Tools, Household and Kitcheun Fur
niture, audivarious other articles not necessary
to mention. Terms made Iknowvn on the day oh
sale. 1T. W. GRiFFITHL Ad'r
J. h. WH ITE. dmr
Nov. 0 3te 42
Oldi Dr. Jacob Townsend's
S a r a a p ar i I I a .
J UST Received 6 dozen of Old Dr. Jacol
tTownsend's originalecompound Syrup of Sar
sparilla, and for sale at the Drug and Chmemica
Store of A. G. TE AG UE.
M... 1,18a tf 15
NEW FAMLY GUERY!
T IE Undersigned having formed a Co-Part
nership for the purpose of conducting a
General Family Grocery Business,
in the Village of Edgefield, in the Store House
South side of Mr. B C. BYAN's Store, respect
fully invite their friends and the public generally
to give them a call. Their Stock consists in
part, of the following articles:
Porto Rico Sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Clarified " Cinnamon and Cloves
Crushed " whole and ground,
Pulverized " Mace and Nutmegs,
Loaf White and Blue Starch,
Laguira Coff'ee, Turpentine Soap,
Java " Soda "
Jamaica " Colgate's Family Soap,
Rio " Shaving "
Black, llysen,Gunpow- Variety of Fancy "
der and Imperial Teas Casteel
Refined Syrup Molasses Sand Balls "
West India " Segars and Tobacco,
New Orleans " Byas' London Porter,
Buckwheat Flour, Scotch Ale,
Baltimore " Adamnantinc Candles,
do Cured Hams. Sperm "
Pig llama eured this fall Tallow "
Lard, first quality, Ninter str'd Lamp Oil,
Pickled Beef and Pork, White Wine. clarified,
Dried " 1 and Cider inegar,
Smoked Tongues, Assorted Candies,
Mackerel, No 1, 2, 3, Bananas, Pine Apples,
" in Kitts, Oranges, Lemons,
Salmond " Apples, fresh Raisins,
Pickled Shad, Prunes, Currents,
Dried Cod Fish, Citron and Cranberries,
Fresh Clams. Soft shell Almonds,
Lobsters and Sardines, Brazil Nuts.
Fresh Rice. new crop English Walnuts,
Table and Sack Salt, Filberts,
Goshen Butter, Walnut and Tomatto
Irish Potatoes, Pepper Sauce,
White Beans, Aimerican Pickles,
Soda Biscuit, London "
Butter Crackers, Brass Round Bueketts,
Sweet Crackers, Painted "
Wine " " Tubs,
Babbett's Yeast Powd'r.Keelers and Brooms.
Added to the above is a splendid assortment of
Cordials, Syrups, Brandy Fruits,
Wines and Liquors,
All of which will be sold on the most reasona
ble terms for CASH!
As we intend doing Business exclusively for
CAsH. we feel warranted in saying to those who
may favour us with a call, that we can do as well
for them as can be done anywhere else.
HOLLINGSWORTIH & NICHOLAS.
November 6, tf 42
Fall and Winter Goods!
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
H AVE received their full supplies of Fall
and Winter Goods, comprising one
of the largest Stocks, tiey have ever offered to
the public, and embracing a great variety of new
and splendid articles, among which are
Rich Plaid and Fancy Brocade Silks, for
Black Brocade, and rich Watered Dress
Plain Black Silks, of various styles, and rich
Lustre for Ladies' Dresses;
Lupin's French Merinos, and plain Mousse
line De Laines. of beautiful styles;
Rich Paris Printed Mousseline, of new and
Superior Bilk Chally's, BI'k Mousseline De
Lames, and Black Bombazines;
A very large assortwent of English,. French
and American Prints;
Snperior French and .English Ginghams, of
beautiful styles for Ladies' WinterDrAsses;
5'upeior English Mourniug Prints and Ging
hams, of new~ anmd beautiful styles ;
Ladies' Filkc and Velvet Mantillas, and rich
Lace Robes for evening Dresses ;
Ladies' Plain White and Embroidered Crape
Shairls, of splendid styles ;
Ladies' Crimson, Orange, Fancy Mode and
Superior- Plain 'Black and Fancy Colored
I'hibet Shawls, with heavy Silk Fringe ;
A large assortment of Silk Fringes and
ancy Silk Buttons, for trimming Ladies'
A very large assortment of English and Ger
man ]Hoisery, of superior style and quality;
Gentlemen's Silk amid Merinmo Undershirts and
Ladies' Merino and Silk Vests and Drawers,
ind Misses' Merino Vests ;
Superior Fancy Tweeds and Casuimeres, for
Youth's and Gentlemien's wear ;
Superior Whlite Welch and Gauze Flannels :
Superior Salisbury Flannels anid cheap De
Limes, for .Childrens' Dresses;
Fanmer Gala Pluids and Colored Flanne' ,r
Children's Dresses ;
Ladies' Lace and Muslin Undersleeves, Col
lar.4, Cuff's anid Clhimisettes;
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long L~awns ;
Extra 12-4 Linen Sheetin'gs amnd Pillow Case
With a great variety of other Coods, em
bracing ablnost every article reqinired for Family
or Plantation use, anid to all of which they re
spectfully invite thme attention of the public.
Nov 6 tf 4-2
N OTICE is hereby given that an Election
will be held on thme 2nd Monday in Janu
ry next, to fill the vacancies about to occur in
the Offices of CLERK, ORDINARY and
SHERIFF, for Edgefield District.
The Polls will be openmed for onme day only.
The Managers will mieet at Edgenield Court
Hlouse on the Wednesday following, count out
the votes amnd declare the Election.
T. G. BACON, Clerk.
Oct. 30 11 41
G~ mU um
W HE youvisit Augusta, call at the PRE
IlD1 DAGUERREAN GALLERY,
amid have a fine Daguerreotype of yourself, for
lhere you will find omne of thme nmost elegant D~a
uerrean Saloons in America.
*Daguerreotype stock of every description for
sale at a snmall advance onm New York cost.
LEIGH, TUCKER & PERKINS.
June 12 8m 21
Cheap Boot and Shoe Store!
T HIE Subscriber in addition to his usual Stock
has received a great variety of Genmtlemen's,
Boys' and Youth's BOOTS AND SHOES,
suited foir thme seasi.
Ladies Gaiters, of various colours,
"Jenny Lind Enameled Shoes, a beauti
ful article, for..............$1 0t0
" French Kid Walkinig Shoes, for.. 1 25
" " " Slipers amnd Ties... 1 00
Children's Shoes..................... 25
Gents Shoes worth $1,50, fur......... 00
Cheap Slipers and Negro Boots 'and Shoes in
IIT Call and see at tihe Boo-r AN SnmoE SToaE
of WM. McEVOY.
October 16 tf 39
Lard, Bacon and Hamus.
T HIE Subscriber has in Store a lot of superior
HA MS, BACON AND) LARD, and will
continue to receive through the season a supply
to meet the wants of his customers. lHe respect
fully regents all who may come to the Village
to purel rse the above articles, to givo him a call
before b sying elsewhere.
* G. L. PENN, Aoz-r.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOREIGN FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
290 Broad-Street, Augusta, Ga.,
H AVE just receivedrone of the RICHEST,. LARGEST and CHEAPEST Fall Stocks
H of elegant Dry Goods,.they have ever offered in this Market, having been purchased
from the direct Importers and Manufactories for CASH, and selected with great care as
regards richness of style and texture, we feel confident in saying to thoso visiting our City,
thatr we can offer
Both in QUALITY and PRICE, which will well repay a special visit to our different De.
partments. There will be found in our
Dress Goods Department,
Rich Elegant BroCade, Plaid, Watered, Plain and Chene SILKS,:new and beautiful styles,
Plaid, Watered and Brocade Irish POPLINS, TABlNETTS and SATINES,
Beautiful While Watered SILKS and SATTINS, Colored and Black Ture SATTINS,
Rich Black Brocade SILKS, of now and splendid styles, from $1 00 to $5 00, per yard,
Plain Black SILKS,'of all widths and prices. In our
Cioak and Shawl Department,
Will be found Rich elegant Bl'k, Blue, Brown, Royal Purple and Green Velvet CLOAKS
of the latest.Parisian style,
Brocade, Satin and Merino CLOAKS,
Black and Colored, Plain, Figured and Watered MANTLLAS, SACQUES and MAN.
TILETTS, new and handsome styles,
Embroidered and Plini Crape SHAWLS, of chaste and elegant Fmhroidery,
Rich Figured Cashmere SHAWLS, Plaid, Woolen Long and Square SHAWLS, Black
and Mode,.with rich heavy Silk fringe.
Collars, CuffstSleeyies, Shemisetts, Muslin and Lace Capes, Plain and Embroidered Lin.
en Cambric Hankerchiefs, New Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings, Thread, Linnen, Cot
ton and Lisle Laces, Kid, Silk and Woolen Gloves,
Black Mixed Slate and White Hose, Black and White Silk Hose, Raw Silk, Ingrane and
Linens and Damask.
Real Undress Trish LINNEN, Linnen DAMASK, 10, 11 and 12.4 Linen SHEETING
Diapers, Toweling and Sattin Damask Table Cloths, warrented pure Linnen,
Rich Embrosed iano and Table Covers.
Bleached and .Tnblenehed HOMESPUNS, Wire Twist Bleached Long Cloths, New
York Mills,. 12-4 Alandeal Sheeting, A. C. A. Ticking,
Blue, Yellow. *Pink, Red and White Flannels, Fine Silk, Wool and Cotton Flannels,
11, 12, 13 and 15-4 Fine Freneh Ribbon Bound Blankets, $3 to $20 per pair,
Heavy Negro Blankets, very cheap, Heavy Osnaburgs, Kerseys at Factory prices, &e.
Carpets and Rugs.
Velvel Tepestry, Brussels, Three Ply, Ingrane, Woolen and Cotton CARPETING, of
rich and elegant -styles, with RUGS to match.
- Gentlemen and Boys Wear.
Fine Twiled Black, Brown, Blue, Green and Olive BROAD CLOTHS, Black and Col'd
Doe Skin Cisimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Janes, Beaver Cloths, &c., &c., with a great
variety- of other articles, to which we respectfully invite the attention of the public.
Augusta; Oct. 27,1851. if 41
PROCLAMATION! Plantation Brogans l
T F HE attention of Planters is called to the
Factory over Mr. LoD HILL's Store, where
....qof the above description are made. Orders for
any quantity will be filled promptly.
A line assortment or UPPER, HARNESS
and SOLE LEATHER on hand.
R. T. MIMS.
Aug 21 tf 31
W HEREASjt1u.at all.times proper for a Final Notice.
W people to humble themselves before AL LLpersons indebted to m, either by Note
uairy Gn, o dpress their dependence uo
MIGHTY GOD, to xrs tirdpnec upon L.or Account are requested to make imme
Iimn, and to acknowlddge their gratitude to Hlm iatm amn oB .D~5Iwoi yol
or Is numberless merei-s. . uhrzdaet n ndfut l liswl
Now be it known thsptl,.JOHIN II. ME ANS,bepaeinthhadofherprolosfo
Clovrorin amnd oveah1estate of.South Caroli- olltnonertdyrJaurnx.
m, do issue this my proclamation, setting apart . Gw.GR NY
R IDAY, the 21st of Novenmber next, as a day Hmug o ,15. 4 4
f Thanksgiving, Humiliation and Prayer-on
hich day I earnestly request'that alliseeular bu--Ntie
iness be suspended, and cordially invite all re- AI esn netdt h saeo .C
igious denomiinntions throughout the State to nildcdacrqetdomkein
isemble at their respective places of worship,meitpaetanthshvngdadsvi
o render thanks to ALMIGN'rY OD for the many peetteadl tetd
mdeserved blessings lhe has bestowed upon us, .CSYL,~n'r
nd to imuploro his continuance of the saine to No6tf4
mmble ourselves before him on account of our -_____________________
namif,ld sins as a people; and, in view of theNoie
bmgers which threaten our institutions, fer- A TpeonidbtdothEsaefMr
rently to pray that our rulers mtay be inispired by / rai oe eesd r euse
isdom from on high, so that their counsels maymaeimnditpyetndlleroshvn
e directed in that course which wilt redound to dmnsaantsi sae ieas eusi
Fis glory and the good of our beloved State. topenthmacrdgtol.
ivetinuder my hand and the seal of thme State. ER KYEor
this 27th day of October, in the year of our Jl 0Cn2
Lord one thousand eight hunared and fifty-one.Noie
By the Governor: . J. 1H. MEANS.
BesnJsII Psaar, Sec'y of State.TL theiidbdtohesaeofJh
Nov. 6 3t 42 Klrae c'~ r eurdt aei
ABUG&EDGEFIELD PLANK icit amnadtoehvn ead
T HE Road is now completed and opened for A iut8ly2
.travel frorm Cherokee Ponds and SweetNoc.
Water to llamburg.
RATES OF TOLL.thshaiideasaaitteett
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile. Clb1.Mtes dedaerqie
Three - " ' "" ,4 " topeette i ieOdn"ysOfeo
Two- " " 3 " ". " t a fJnaynx, sIdsr nta
Two " Carriages 3 "~ " " tocoeuthesa.
One " " 2 " " T"O.N~OLAmr
Iorseback Travelers, 1 " " Oc.1"1t3
Vehim.le oninetiigarceah etitedtola.Notice.
diePLAK Tack an th Drver ar reuiA LL persons indebted to te, etae of N
The ublc ae repecfuly inormd ta ora exon, reeaused toih make imme
peronstunin o t~e oad ad lavng t t atoed ayment, and thosefu, avin demads agill
out ayin Tol, ar subect o a inefT ent laed instate iludrsnt the proper attiesd fo
j~olar. .. eo dete- ned torsetitot d eloJn ay x.
TenDolar eardwil b pad y te Cin G.G. W.ON GAdsrAtor.
letd o cnvctinof nyon vilaingahmla, r1, No ,1851 . 4 2
in ndavrin t aoi- te ayen ofTolasNotice.
provdedby he harer.A LL persons indebted to the Estate of J. C
Persns tavdng o th Marin own oad Smylyi dee'd. arc requested to make im
to urnoffon ny f te radwfo he eft *mediate payment, and those having demnawl
inteseetthe lankRoadnearSwee ~y~agaiset sadett ilpeetthem properlested
Churh o th Cheoke Pods. estd.J. . SM LY, Adm'r.
H.A.KlNlCNovien. 6 6m 38
IlamurgOct.15 C 39Notice.
Land nd l~ills Sal A ~ LL persons haindeands aganstate m
orre o acia Lowe, deed, wil preqest
JMRCA2 ILSmatktden b immediate payment,n l eroshvn
beile isrit n hadwaer o Tremansgans sAid EstateEalorEete
Cre, ihi n nicfth renilead July 30 tm 2
Colotba ailoa. Tgeherwih te djon-Notice.
whih ter isconidrabe bttm ad areson ALL peros indebted to the estate of JLew
ablequatit of~Vod Lnd..tICines, de'd, ar requsted to make im
TheMils ae i conpe~eordr, unnng nemeite payment, and those having deantc
par f ur ad nepar f olinstne, it aaistth smetopresent them properly ateed
a snutertiid llmicesarymahinryforma- tstd.JOHN. IOLL, Adm'r.
rima hi bsmet tryofme wt afAs LLthsehain doe. gis h sa
On mepreise i a oleabl godwelingto pesonse inde theomey' efitheb oh
I~omse nd ll ecesaryoutiuiding, aMiler' day r ofe Jacuaynet, wil do ellr ton come din
house und Carpnter's shopo.clomed the estwardate. h sm.Myo
Prnme, n ha ay Trm Odetcat.n- habug Oct ,151 35 4
Vehictes be purchagere. abette t a oie
Fhe further Tria, appl t the esurie ruir-e
or to Dturn one o" tIheT." ic. - AL toelair eansaantteE
t Pu3i aresetlly inoredth to rsalteml cqet
out payin Toll, aebtubjecttmaakeneofyTwent
TDllaRs.Ear wil ApriaidbyOthe Com
leadtconvitio eotyoe myolattin t hew
prci cyte ofhawrtex. iey ilselm ht ed
towarsHbr, withiteto rent it uon heap adataerm J cW IELAo h eyb
to tur oofd tenant.y of the rod t the left and aefrsl eepfr ah
H.1AKENICK.Peidnt. . .L EN osr
Ao1 t4 LL ersninebe t h sat fM
New Goods Ndy' Goods !!
HAVE received my usual supply of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS to which
I respectfully invite the attentign of a persons
purchasing in this ;narket.
My Stock is now FULL and COMPLETE,
and shall be sold AT THE LOWEST MARKET FRICHs
for Cash or punctual purchasevo.
W. P. BUTLER,
OQt. 16, tf 39
For the Ladies!
T HE Subscriber has a large and bcautifl a'
Plain and Figured, Black and Co'd Silks,
19andasome Cashmere and DeLaines,
Fig'd and solid Colors Alpacca and Persia
French and English Marinoes,
French, English and American Prints,
Mantillas, Long Shawls and Scarfs,
Worked Sleeves, Collars, &c., &Q.
W. P. BUTLRR.
Oct. 16, if 39
For the Planters.
NEGRO SHOES of a superior quality,
L Kerseys and Plaides, Jeans and Cassimeres
Blankets, Linseys, &c., &c.
W. P. BUTLFR.
Oct.10 tf 39
For the Sportsman.
FINE Double Barrel GUNS,
Game Sagrees. Flasks and Pouches,
Powder, Shot, Cape, &e. .
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct. 16 tf 39
D OUBLE and Single Cased Gold Lever
Watches, Guard and Fob Chains, Chata
lains, Seals, Charms, Buttons, Buckles, Brooches
and Ear Rings, Gold Pencils. Coral Necklaces,
Plain, Carved and Diamond Rings.
W. P. BUTLER.
For Every Body.
O rFFICE and OVER COATS, Saddles, Bri
dies, Gloves, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Crockery Ware, Castings, &c.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct. 16 if 39
THE Subscriber is now re
ceiving a SPLENDID Stock o
Super sup. Back French Twilled
Super sup. Blue French Twilled Cloth,
" " Brown "
" " Black fig'd and Doe Skin CAS
Fancy Checked DRILLIN&S new styles,
A superior lot of Plain B'k Silk VESTINGS,
Figured " t
Fancy fig'd "i
White " " "
White Silk Vestings embro:'ed with Animals,
Buff and White Marsailes." " "
"4 - Valentia " " "
A beantiful lot of Fancy Silk CRAVA TS,
Silk NECK TIES with embroidered Ends,
A laree lot of Black, White, Kid and Linen
Also, a good supply, of .ATS, READY
MADE COATS, of various kin'ds,.SHIRTS;
DR AWERS, &c., &e. All of which'lhe will
sell r.ow for Cash or to punctual custo'miers, and
made up in a style inferior to none.
March 13 tf 8
~. VU1IE Subscribers having
~-~) &J~ 1 engaged in the Carriage
, making and repairing business
in Pottersville, near Edge
field Court House, for the ensuing year; would
respectfully solicit a share of public ratronage,
as we shanll indeavor to give satisfaction to all who
may favor us with th~eir business ; they arcealso in
want of a good wood workman, on Wheels. Car
ringe parts and Bodies, of steady moral habits,
none other need apply. Good comfortable build
ings can be procured, convenient to the shop for
men of families, or boarding on reasonable terms.
ILL & WARDLAW.
N. B.--A good price will be paid for Lumber
of good Ash, Oak, Hiekory, and Poplar, of as
sorted dimensions. I- & IV.
Nov 28 1850 tf 45
A PPLICA TION will be nmade 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
gan deceased, in Lucretia Blnekwell, the widow,
and Mary Ann Robertson, in James Blackwell,
Elizabeth Minms, William Blackwell and Samuel
Blackwell, children of John Blackwell, late of
Edgefield District, deceased, and in Saran Ann
Blackwell, the widow, and George J. Blackwell,
the child of Tiaih Blackwell, deceased, a son ol
the said John Blackwell-these persons being
the lawful heirs and distributees of the said John
Aug.20 1851 3m 32
1"HE applicants for a new Road to run fromi
LElbert DeVore's, by Mountain Creelk
Church, and Good Ihope Church, and Mount
-Enon, and by M. WV. Clary's, and to intersect
the Hliggin's Ferry Road, at Mrs. Martha A b
ney's, wvill take notice that their petition to thc
LeIgislature will be opposed by a counter petition.
- Oct. 16, 1851 . tf 39
IS HEREBY given that application will be
. mnade at the next session of the Legialature,
to discontlne 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.
t Griffin, Esq., and for opening a new public Road
fronm the residence of H. H. 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 discontinue the
Sept 12 3m 35
APPLICBITION will be made to the Legisla.
ture at the next, or some future session, fo:
the inicorporation of Trinity Church, Edgefield
-Sept. 30, tf 37
'Slhereby given that application will be mand
ater te Legislature at its next session for
chre odeclare Shawv's Creek a public high'
kw~ay as far up as to the first Shoal.
Aug 30 t: 33
e A LL those baving demands against the estat
2.Iof All en B. Addison, decased,arereques
.ted to present them properly attested and thos
indebted to make payment.
G. A. ADD1SON, ,
E. J. MIMS. E x re.
- July24 185) if 27
d Wine and Cider Vinegar.
t T UST Received 300 Gallons Choice WINJ
S and CIDER VINEGAR, for sa ece
by G.'L. PENN, Agent.
by on tf .11
Wholesale & Retail Druggists
ntanly on handa, gesAl smart
Drngs, Eofu sePa,. *ntqOhfl:
Surgical -Instruments, Perinm.
ry, Window Glass, Glass-Ware,
FANCY ARTICLES, 4a,
Dealers in Fine Wines, Liquors, go
gars,' Chewing Tobacco, AL
All of which they propose to sell upon as rea
sonable terms as any house in the State.
Physicians, Pfaniters and Dealers are earnest
ly invited to call and examine -our Stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere. -
August 21, 31
SherIVs . Sales.
BDY Virtue of sindry ints of.FAerl Faia0
tome directed,Ish alIproceed.to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the f4a3onday
in December next, the bliowing property in
the following enies, via:
WM. F. Wash, for Mrs. Buress v C.W.
Cochran; 1P. M. Fuller & Co.,.for. John
Rainstbrd, vs. C. W. Cochran; Basuel Per.
rin, Adm'r., vs. C. W..and" J. W. VClehran,
the tract of land where the defendant' lives,
containing three hundred acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of the estate of Mrs. Mary
Carroll and others.
P. H. FIam vs. Broadwater, 'Jeff
Sharpton and Henry Key; JohniClark
vs Scarborough Broadioater;"the9S1ine vs
the Same, the traet'of land ihie thdefen.
dant Broadwater lives, containing- oni hun.
dred and fity acres, more or leas -adjoining
lands of Thomas- Garrett, St amitk and
Win. Haines. jr., Survivor, sa Charles B.
Carter, all the interest of the defendant in
five hundied acres of laid, more or less, ad
joining lands of William S. Howard, Dfa
Hightower, N.K.-Butler and othersn wwin
James Floyd at present resides,
Terms Cash. ... -
S.CHRIST Il, ID.
. Nov.8, 4to 43
Sherimf's ad -
STATE OF SOUTh CAROLINA.
Mary Harris, - 8em1eOn
Tillman E. Harris & others. . 1artion
BY virtue.-of an Order.from;John Hill.
Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, I
shall proceed -to. sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the-first Mondayin Decembernext,
the lands belonging to the estate of Wesley
Harris, dee'd., situated on Cloud's Creek,
containing one hundred acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of Forest Mitchell,Elizabeth
F. Miller, Elbert-Padgott and-others.
Said lands will be sold :on a eredit of
twelve months. The Purchaser to give bond
with two approved, sureties to the Ordinary,
to secure the purchase money. Costa to be
.paid in Cash.
- S. CHRISTIEt A. D.
Nov 8 4te 43
Sherips Sae. -
.S TAT -"
House' < .-- --- -N
the landas belongoing to t le Estate of Jesse
Gilder, dee'd., situated in said Dlstrict on Big
Creek, containing two hundred and seventy
ive acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
Win. Bladon, Obadiah Berry;, Wiley 'Burn
ham and others.
Said lands Will be sold on a eredit of twelve
monthas. -The purchaser-to give- bdnd and
two approved sureties to the' Ordinar to se
ure the purchase money. - osts to bepaid
in Cash. .S. CHRISTIE, s. z. a.
Nov 8 4te 43
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
vs. Summons in Part'n.
George J. Blackwell.
B Y Virtue of an order from.John Hill, Esq.
Ordinary of Edgeiel District,. I shall
p roceed to sell at Edgefield C.H. on-the first
Monday in December next, the.lands-belong
ing to the estate of Isaiah Blackwell, dec'd.,
situate in said District, containing t wo hun
dred and forty acres, more or less, and ad
joining lands of John Tompkins, Samuel
Cartlidge, Richard Parks and others.;
Said lands will be.sold on a eredit of
twelve months. Purchaser to give bond
and two approved sureties and a moftage of
the premises to the Ordinary to -seure the
purchase money. Costs to be pain in cash.
S. CHRISTIE,6. E. D.
Nov8 4te -43
B Y Virtue-of sundry writs of Fieri Paceias,
to me directed, I shall proed~ to sell
at Edgefield Court House, on the firse-Mon
day in December next, the following proper
ty, in the following ease, viz:
James M. Ritehardson vs. George Reams,
five negroes, viz: Nancy, George, Pickens,
Isae and Mary..
S. CISTIE, S. E.:D.
Nov 12. 8St 43
STATE OF. SOUTH CARtdLINA,
BY JOHN HILL,Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, ID. D. Brunson has apjsled to
me for Letters- of.Adznistation, de*oi
no, with the Will annexed, on all and slin,
la the goods ad ehattles, rights-and r a
of Joel ltet', Sen'r., late of the Distriot
aforesaid, deceased.. .
These are, therefore, to cite. and admonish
all and singtilar, the kindred and~greditors of
the said deceased, to be and appe~befes me
at our next Ordinary's Court fo .pjDis.
trit, to be hiolden at Edgeield Cor ose
on the 24th day ofNovenibei inst, to show
cause, if any, why the said- sdaieitian
shotld not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, Iltae 10th
day of Nov.- In the year of -our Ebed one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-oneand in
the seventy-sixth year of American1bpn
denee. JOHN HIL4 O..
Nov 13 St -- 4IW
BLS. CHOIG~iWSTONE4JMR lst
3Olacked, iie ord.~
Trnnburg Feb '3,e