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Ney Goods! New Goods!
HAVE received my usual spy of FAX!
AND WINTER GO S, to whicl
I respectfully invite the attention of all person
purchasing in this market.
Mv Stock is now FULL and COMPLETE
and shall be sold AT THE LOWEST MAnKET PRICE
for Cash or punctual purchasers.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct.1IC - tf 39
For the Ladies!
T'IE Subscriber has a large and beautifal as
Plain an Figured, Braek and Col'd Silks,
I [andsome Cashmere and DeLaines,
Fig'd and solid Colors Alpacea and Persma
French and English Marinoes,
French, English and American Prints,.
Mautillas, Long ShawTs and Scarfs,
Worked Sleeves, Collars, &c., &c.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct. 1G, tf 39
For the Planters.
NEGRO SHOES of a superior quality,
Kerseys and Plaides, Jeans and Cassimeret
Blankets, Linseys, &c., &c.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct. 10 tf 39
For the Sportsman.
FINE Double Barrel GUNS,
Game Sagrees, Flasks and Pouches,
Powder, Shot, Caps, &c.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct. 16 tr 39
DOUBLE and Single Cased Gold Levei
J Watches, Guard and Fob Chains, Chata
lains, Seals, Charms, Buttons, BucklEs, Broochei
and Ear Rings, Gold Pencils, Coral Necklaces
Plain, Carved and Diamond Rings.
W. P. BUTLER.
For Every Body.
O FFICE'and' OVER COATS, Saddles, Bri
dIes, Glbves, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Crockery Ware, Castings, &e.
W. P. BUTLER.
Oct.16 tf 39
COSGROVE S BRENNAN,
(LATE. T. BRENNAN & CO.)
H AVE Removed to the large and commodi
. ous Store, opposite our Old Stand, wher<
we have opened an Extensive Stock of
Fancy, Staple and Domestic
Embracing the most fashionable and desirabk
style of Dress Goods for Ladies, Misses and
Children, such as
Silks, Cashmeres, Mferinoes,
M1OUSELINE DE LAINES, POPLINS, TABI.
NETTS, THIBETS, ALPACCAS,
Tartan and Rob Roy Plaids, &c., &c.
-A L S O
A complete assortment of Goods for
Gentlemen and Youth's Wear,
HOUSEHOLD AND PLANTATION
For the accomodation of thse who may wish
to order Goods,. we quote the prices of a few ar
tiles-to enumerate the whole would exceed
the limits of this paper--so vast and varied is
the collection of all descriptions of Goods which
we now offer to our.friends and the public, and
to which we:-espectfully isolleit their attention.
Rich brocade and-ffg'd coloredSilks, 75c. to S1,00
Plain and flgured black " 75 " 1,20
French Cashmeres, all wool, 50 " 1,00
" M. de Laines, 37 " 62
English Mernces, all colors, 5-4 wide 37 " 45
Plain and figured Alpaccas, 18 " 37
Mousseline de Laines and Cashmeres 12 " 25
Tartan and Rob Roy Plaids for Chil
dren's wear, 25 " 37
Scotch Ginghams, fine and heavy, 12 " 18
An endless variety of Calicoes, 3 " 12
Blackf Alpaccas and mode cloths, 18 " 1,00
Fine Furniture. Turkey Rted and Dra
3-4, 7-8 and v'd wide bleac'd Shirtings 4 " 7
Do. Fine'Longeloths, 10 " 12
16-4, 11.4 and 12-4 beached and Brown
Sheetings, 25 " 35
3-4 andI 7-8 Unibleached Shirting, 3 " 5
Iheavy, yard wide " 6" 7
" Osnaburgs, 7 " 7
" Twilled and p~ai Kerseys 15 " 18
A large supply of Tweeds, Ky. Jeanes
and Cassimeres for Boys' wear, 18 " 25
Broad cloths, blue, brown and green 1,50 " 3,00
Plain and Plaid, long and senare
Shawls., of every size, style and
quality, 25 " 15,00
Red and wite Flannels, all wool, 25 " 31
Cotton and Cotton Warp, 12 " 18
Do and Plaid Linseys, 12 " 18
Irish Linen Goods, such as Sheetings,
Pillow case Linens, Table Da
masks, Napkins, Doylas, Tow
elling and Crash,, Very Low.
Carpets, Rugs, &c,
Velvet and Brussels Tapestry Carpets,
Three ply, Ingrain and Venetian do.
A lot of Cotton and Cotton and Wool
Carpets, 25c. to 37c.
Of every description, embracing
Embroidery, Laees, Edigeings, Gloves,.
* Hosiery,r Ribbons, Trimmings,
A lot of Linen and thread Edgeings, 3 "
*IET Parcels deEvesed in Hamburg, freeo 0
Nov 26 3: 45
T HlE Subscribers hiavin~
engaged in the Carriagc
in Pottersville, near Edge.
field Court House, for the ensuing year;. would
respectfully solicit a share of public Patronage,
as we shall indeavor to give satisfacetion to all who
may favor- us with their business ; they are also is
want of a good wood workman, on Wheels, Car.
riage parts and Bodies, of steady .moral habits,
none other need apply. Good comfortable build.
intgs can be procured, convenient to the shop for
men of famiics,or boarding on reasonable terms,
HILL & WARDLAW.
N.B-A good price wilt be paid f-seLumber
of good Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar-, of as
sorted dimensions. H. & W.
*Nov 281850 tf 45
I DO 1IEREBY forewarn all persons againsi
trdn or a note given, by mo to Willianm
McCarter or bearer, for five hundred and fifteen
($515) dollars, dated thre 4th February 1851,
and due about Christmas,iwith interestfrom date.
Clinton Ward as security. I am determined to
resist the payment of the said note, us I have not
received full value.
* F. W. SOLLEE.
Nov 20 4t 41
TN Storo a supply of superior Chocolat- i
*..invalids and others, for sale by
* G. L. PENN, AaErr.
Nov 27 tf 45
JULST reelved an assortment of Brushes, viz
*tJSuperior Shaving Brushes,
Paint Tirushes, all sizes,
All of which will be sold at the lnwest prices.
G. r1. PENN, AGBs.r
I EDGEFIELD COLLEGIATE INSITUTE
NRTO WN.8 &A31W
Rev. Chas. A. Raymond, Principal.
T HE FIRST SESSION commences Septem
- ber 1Sth.
The Institute building will contain eight
Rooms, all of which are appropriated to purpo
ses of instruction.
A fine apparatus; a large collection of A1ps:
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 charne
ter, and more comprehensive, than that of most
female institutions of the highest reputation.
The PaRIeIPAL 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 sue
cess in teaching are employed.
The Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks each. 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
tran cc to the end of the ession.
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 wet weather, and a gymnasium, 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, qi
EDMUND PENN, i
S. F. GOODE,
R. T. MIMS. .
July 17 tf 26
The State' of South Carolina,
0. E. Edwards and others, Bill for Par
Vs. tition of
Mrs. Mary S. Gary and others.( Lands.
B Y virtue of a decree of the Court of
Equity in the above case, will be sold
at Belfast, Laurens District, on the 18th day
of December next,
Three Valuable Cotton Farms,
Lying on both sides of the line of Laurens
and Newberry Districts, to wit:
Tract No. 1, containing 755 acres, known
Situated on the public road leading from
Laurens C. H. to Newberry C. H., via Mil
ton. On the premises is an elegant, well
Two Story Brick Dwelling,
Brick Kitchen, Framed Negro Houses, and
all necessary out-buildings. Said place is
well watered, containing about 300 acres of
the Finest Wood-Lnds in Laurens District.
The whole Tract is under a high state of
cultivation, in good repair, and well adapted
to the growth of Grain and Cotton.
Tract No. 2, containing 580 acres, known
Situated in three miles of the Laurens Rail
road, on both sides the old 96 Road. Said
place is second to none in the District for
farming purposes, embracing between 200
and 300 acres of the
Very Best Woodlands.
On the premises is a good Framed Dwelling
House, and all other builings suited to the
demands of the farmer, a good Gin House
and Cotton Screw. The place is well water
ed and in good repair.
Tract No. 3, adjoining the last mentioned
Tract, containing 722 acres, on both sides
the 96 Road, two miles from the Laurens
Railroad. About one half of said Tract is
in the woods, a large body of wicih is
Well Timbered Bottom Land.
On said place is a very good Framed Dwel
ling House, and several springs of excellent
Persons wishing to purehase willihe shown
the Belfast Tract by air. Brooks, and Tracts
No. 2 and a by Mr. Jas. Mart in, b~oth of whtom
will be found on the premises at ainy time.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of one,
two and three years, in equal instahnments
from the day of sale, and bearing interest
from that day, payable annually. Purchasers
to give bonds with sufficient sureties, and pay
on the day of sale the costs of this suit and
for papers. B. IR. CAMPBE LL, C.E.L.D.
Commissioner's Office, Nov. 7, 1851.
Negroes and Cotton,
T HE Administrators of the Estate of Dr.
C. F. Gary, deceased, will sell on the
same day, (18th December,) and days follow
ing, at Belfast, all the personal property of
the said deceased, consisting of
70 Young and Likely Negroes.
Among them are Carriage Drivers, WVa
goners, Blacksmiths, Ditehers, Weavers,
Washers, Ironers, Seamstresses, &., &c.
1 75 Bales of Cotton,
Stock of all sorts--Horses, Mules, Oxen,
Cows, Sheep and Hogs; Wagons, Carts,
Carriage and Buggy; two Cotton Gins,
Wheat Fan, &e.; set blacksmith Tools, Farm
ing Tools; Flour, Corn, Fodder, &c.; lot
Medicines and Medical Books; Household
and Kitchen Furniture of every description.
Terms made known on day of sale.
0. B. EDARD)S, Administrators.
Nov. 27 4t 45
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y JOHN HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
'Whereas Jackson Holmes has applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on, all and
singular the goods and ehattle~, rights and
credits of Gabriel Holmes, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trict, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 8th day of December next, to show
cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted.
.Given under my hand and seal this the
24th day of Nov., in the year of our Lordi one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and in
the 76th year of American Independence.
.. JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Nov 2 72 45
BTY the Subscriber, a Negro Boey for an Ap..
.1prntieo at the Shoe manking business.
J. D). TIBB3ETTS.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS I
T HE Subscriber has rcceived 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 in regard to style and price, and
will be sold at short profits for Cash, or to pune
tual buyers until first of January next.
Persons buying in this Market will loose noth
ing by examing his Stock.
October 2, 1851. tf 37
T HE Subscriber has just received his Stock
of Fall and Winter Goods.
Black, Colored and Watered Silks,
Rich Paris Mousseline DeLains,
" French and English Merinos of all colors,
for Ladies and Children's Dresses,
Cotton Damask of all colors for Window Cur
Red and White Flannels,
Fancy Tweeds, Cassimeres and Satinettes,
Plaid Linseys, Geo. Plains and Kerseys,
Fine Bed and Negro Blankets,
Readymade Coats and Over Coats,
Hats and Caps of the Latest Styles,
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Boots and Shoes,
A Fine ot of Negro Shoes,
Groceries, Hardware and Croekery,
Which will be sold very low on time, and li
beral discount for cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 9 tf 38
Fall and Winter Goods!
I HAVE now on hand a FIRST RATE Stock
of Cloths, Cassimers & Vestings,
vhich are of the latest styles and .will be made
to measure as good and as fashionable as can be
had in the Southern Country.
Always for sale an excellent Stock of fine
READY MVADE CLOTH=DG,
which is cut and niade under my own supervi
sion, and any one purchasing from me may rely
upon getting full value for their money expended.
Such as Cravats, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery,
White and Colored Shirts, Silk and Merino un
der garments, Collars, Stocks, Money Belts,
Silk and Merino under Vests for Ladies,-and a
f German Colognes, extracts for the handker
hief, Hair. Tooth, Nail, Clothes, Ilat and Shav
ng Brushes, Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs,
r'in Soaps. Shaing Creams and Soaps, Port
,onics, Pocket Books, Purses, Segar Cases,
Flir Oils, and every thing desirable and useful
J. A. VANWINKLE.
N. B.-Mv Store is next to the Georgia Rail
Road Bank, at the Old Stand of the Chronicle &
Augusta, Nov 12 Gin 43
BELCEER & HOLLZINGSWORTE
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
RE now receiving a large and well selected
IXStock ofGROCEIlES, to which they in
it the attention of their friends, one or both of
he firm wvill be found at the Warehouse of Wal
er & Bryson, till 1st September, when they
ll open their
n Broad Street next door below the old stand
f Adams & Fargo.
BIELCHIER & HOLLINGSWORTHJ.
Augusta, Aug. 211850 tf 31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
William B. Dorn,
Richard Griffn and :Injunzctions, 4-c.
Levis C. Parks. J
[T appearing to my satisfaction, that the
defendants, Richard Griffn and Lewis C.
arks, are absent from and reside beyond the
iits of the State. On motion of Perrin
nd McGowen, plaintiff''s solicitor, it is or
lered that they do plead, answer or demur,
o the plaintitf's bill, within three months
rm the publication hecreof. or the said bill
ill be taken pro confesso as against them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. D. D.
Comms. Oflic, Oct. '7, 1851.
Oct. 9 3m 38_
STTE OF iOUTII CAROLINA.
ames T. Gardner and wife.
[N pursuance of the Decree of the Court
of Equaity, at June Term, 1851, in this
ase'Notice is hereby given to Samuel Gard
nr, Trustee of the Petitioner Mrs. Rebecca
Gardner, who is now absent from thme State,
o show cause, within three months from
~e publication hereof, why the prayer of the
petition should not be granted.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Ollic, Aug 18, 1851.
ug.istl 2 - 3m 31
PPLICA TION will be made to the Legisla
f ture of Southm Carolina at its next Session,
to vest the title of the State of South Carolina in
the Estates of John B. Logan, and Charles La
an decased, in Lueretia B3lackwell, the widow,
mud Mary Anun Robertson, in James Blackwell,
Elizabeth Minms, William Blackwell and Samuel'
BTackwell, children of John Blackwell, late of
Edefild District, deceased, and in Saran Ann
Blackwll, the w~idow, and George J. Blackwell,
the ehild of Isaiah Bllackwell, deceased, a son of
the said John Blackwll-these persons being
the lawful heirs and distributees of the sad John
Aug. 20 I851 Emr
TIIE attention of Planters is called to the
..Fatory over Mr. L OD ImuLs Store, where
f tie above description arc made. Orders for
any quantity will be filled promptly.
A tine assortmenat of UPP ER, HIARNE SS
nd SOLE LE ATHE R on hand.
R. T. MIMS.
Aug 21 if __ 31
~LL persons indebted to mc, either by Note
or A ccount arc requested to make imme
aiate payment to B. S. DJunDAa, who is my only
muthorized agent, ad in defamult, all claims wil
be placed in the hands of the proper officers for
sollection on the first day of January next.
G. W. GARMANY.
IHamburg, Nov 5, 1851. 4 42
LL persons indebted to the Estate of D. C.
.Smyly, dee'd., are requested to make im
mediate payment and those having demands wil
resent them duly attested.
J. C. SMYLY, Adm'r.
No., tfe 42.
ror Tax Collector
WILLIAM L PARKS,
HENRY H. HILL,
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
B. F. GOUDEY,
F. W. BURT.
SAMPSON B. IAYS,
L. A. BROOKS,
THOMAS W. LANHAM.
THOMAS J. DYSON,
WILLIAM H. MOSS,
HENRY T. WRIGHT,
WILSON L. COLEMAN,
THOMAS G. BACON,
W. C. i ORAGNE,
LL Practice in the Courts of LAW and
EQUITY, in the Districts of Edgefield
Ofice at Edgefield, C. H.
Feb. 13, tf 2
THOlYMAS P. MAGRATH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Equity.
OFFICE AT ;HAXBURG, S. C.
Sept.18, tf 35
H. R. SPANN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE the same as heretofore used b)
WARDLAW & SPANN.
February 5, 1851 if 3
W ILL he found at all times in his Office, a
Edgefield Court House, near the PLAN
He will attend promptly and strictly to busines
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
G. W. LANDRIUXI,
ILL Practice in thfi Courts of LAW an
EQUITY for Edgetk;d and Lexingtoi
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. 11.
Jan 16, tf 52
DR. E. BLAND,
OFFERS his professional services to thc citi
zens of Edgefield Village and vicinity.
37 OFFICE next door to Mr. BUTLER'S Store
Oct. 2, t f 37
Wil. i. HILL, Ill. D.,
OFFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of our Village and District. Iaving
graduated at the University of New York, witi
high honor, wherebhe availed himself for the las
two years, of the advantages to be derived frn
the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals
&c., &c., offers his services to his fellow-citizen
with the hop.e' thateli. will prove worthy of
share of their patronage.
OTRoou at the SraY HO-rEL., No. 7.
Oct 2, tf 37
JAMYES 1. DAY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
HI., offers his professional service
to the citizens of the Village and
its vicinity ; and will attend to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13, 1850. t f 8
F A CTOR 8 C0 I MIS S.IO1\l
Office on Adger's North Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAMES ADGER, J .AS. AD('ER, .11
ROBT. ADGER. E. L. 'D)AMS.
Charleston, Sept. 15, 6mn 3
Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
N'o 60.& East Bay, opposite P & 111 Bank
CHARLESTON, S. C.
T HEY keep constantly on and and for sae
a general assortment of
Paints and Oils, Window Glass and
Sashues, Spts Turpentinec
CAMIPHENE, SPIRIT GAS, TALLOW,
Packing Yarn, Black Lead, &c,
October 16, m 39
GIBBS & Mc~CORD,
WAREHOUSE AND CO~ilMISSION
XE ROCH A NT S,
MCiNTosni S'r., A UGUSTA, GA.,
CONTINUES the above business in all it~
Jbranches, at their
Fire Proof -Building,
and solicit a share of patronage from the people
of South Carolina.
Orders for BAGGING, ROPE, &c., &e.,
wi.l be filled at the lowest prices.
Cash advances inade on produce in Store.
THIOS. F. GIBBS,
Sept 15 6im 35
Cheap Boot and Shoe Store
T HEl Subscriber in addition to his usual Stock
ihas received a great variety of Gentlemen's,
Boys' and Youth's BOOTS AND SlIOES,
suited for the season.
Ladies Gaiters, of various col.ours,
"Jenny Lind~ Enameled Shoes, a beauti
ful article, for.............81 0(1
" French Kid'Walking Shoes, for.. 1 25
" " " Slipers and Ties... 1 00
Children's Shoes............ - ... 25
Gets Shoes worth $1,50, for.........1 00
Cheap Slipers andf Negro Boots and Shoes in
tO" Call and see at the Boo-r AsD SnoE STOR E
of WM. MtlcEVOY.
October 1& tf 39
Buckwheat Flour, &c.
JUST received a splendid lot of new BUCK.
WEATPR EMI.UM FLOUR.
A large supply of BA CON SIDES.
Also, an exeellent lot of choice LIQ UORS,
for sale by S. E. BOWERS.
ha...u... Ont 16 f 39
J. M. NEWBY & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS lN
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
e . of Ready Made Clothing ever offered in this city. Their Stock consists of the latest
and most improved styles of manufacture.
-A L s0
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
W Country Merchants, and all persons visiting our city, are respectfully solicited to
call and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 23 dk 36
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOREIGN, FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
290 Broad-Street, Augnuta, Ga.,
HTAVE just received one of the RICHEST, LARGEST and CHEAPEST Fall Stock5
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 those visiting our City,
that we can offer
Both in QUALITY :nd PRICE. which will well repay a special visit to our different De
partmnents. There will be found in our
Dress Goods Department,
Rich Elegfint Brocade. Plaid, Watered, Plain and Chene SILKS, new and beautiful styles,
Plaid, Watered and Brocade Irish POPLINS, TABINETTS and SATINES,
I Beautiful White Watered SILKS and SATTINS, Colored and Black Tnre SATTINS,
Rich Black Brocade SILKS, of new and splendid styles, from $1 00 to $5 00,per yard,
Plain Black SILKS, of all widths and prices. In our
41-JgU~dr 49It *UA hB57AU W M.A tlWX W
Will be found Rich elegant Bl'k, Blue, Brown, Royal Purple and Green Velvet CLOAKS
of the latest Parisi:m style,
Brocade, Satin and MNerino CLOAKS,
Black and Colored, Plain, Figured ind Watered MANTLLAS, SACQUES and MAN.
TILETTS. new and handsome styles,
Embroidered and Plain Crape S iAWLS, of chaste and elegant Embroidery,
Rich Figured Cashmere SHAWLS, Plaid, Woolen Long and Square SHAWLS, Black
and Mode, with rich heavy Silk fringe.
Collars, Cuffs, Sleeves, Shemisetts, Muslin and Lace Capes, Plain and Embroidered Lin
en Camubrie Iiankercbiefs, New Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings, Thread, Linnen, Cot
ton and Lisle Laces, Kil, Silk and Woolen Gloves,
Black 31ixed Slate and White Hose, Black and White Silk Hose, Raw Silk, Ingrane and
. Lincus and Damask.
Real Undress Trish LINNEN, Linnen DAMASK, 10, 11 and 12-4 Linen SHEETING
Diaper-, Toweling and Sattin Damask Table Cloths, warrented pure Linnen,
Rich Embrosed Piano and Table Covers.
Bleached and Unbleached UIOMESPUNS, Wire Twist Bleached Long Cloths, New
York Mi 1s, 2-4 Alandeal Sheeting, A. C. A. Ticking,
Blue, Yellow. Pink. Red and White Flannels, Fine Silk, Wool and Cotton Flannels,
11, 1:2.13 and 15-4 Fine French Ribbon Bound Blankets, $3 to $20 per pair,
Heavy Negro Blankets, very cheap, Heavy Osnaburgs, Kerseys at Factory prices, &c.
Carpets and Rugs.
Velvel Tepestry, Brnssels, Three Ply, Ingrane, Woolen and Cotton CARPETING, of
rich and elegant styles, with RUGS to match.
Gentlemen and Boys Wcar.
Fine Twiled Black. Brown, Blue, Green and Olive BROAD CLOTHS, Black and Col'd
Doe Skin Cassineres. Satinets. Tweeds, Janes, Beaver Cloths, &c., &c., with a great
variety of olier articles, to which we respectfully invite the attention of ihe public.
Augustai, Oct. 27, 1851. tf 41
FALL TRADE ! 1851!! -
PRIES TO 0ORRESPOND WITH THE TIMES.
T IIE Subscriber is now receiving one of the LARGEST, CHEAPEST and BEST
ASSORTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, ever ofi'red in this market, among which
may be found
Black and Colored SILKS in every variety,
" " 6" ALPACCAS, all prices,
" BO3MBAZINES and CANTON CLOTHS,
Superfine new style DalANES,
CAMILION LUSTRIES, a beautiful article,
Plain and figured P1OP'LINS, new and handsome style,
high colored PLAIDS, for Children's use,
GINGUHA18, all qualities, some at 121 cents, warranted fast colors,
PRINTS. all qualities, from 4 to 181 cents, warranted not to fade,
Fair PRINTS, all qalities, from 64 to 25 cents.
Bleaehed and Brown TABLE CLOTHS and TABLE DAMASK, warranted all lin
nel, fiotim 75 cents to 8,
Worsted and Linnen TABLE COVERS, all colors, from 75 ets to $4,
Col'd and White Table NAPKINS, Linnen Towels and Toweling of every variety,
All qualiiies TICKINGS, from 10 cents to the superb A. C. A.
Brown and Bleached HO MESPUNS, all qualities and widths, a good article, 04 ets.
Colored and White, for DIM ITYS, some beautiful for Spreads and Curtains,
Red, Green and White FLANNELS, and Canton FLANNEL, all prices.
PLAID LINSEYS. KERSEYS and real Georgia PLAINS at Factory prices,
Cotton OSNAIlURGS and STRIPES, at Factory prices,
Superfine Ribbon bound Bed BLANKETS,
t Whitny Bed Blanket CARPETINGS, with RUGGS to match,
NEGRO BLANKETS, all qualities and cheap,
CASIMERES, SATTINETTS, WOVINETTS, Kentucky JANES and TWEEDS,
of every style and price,
GLOVES aiil HOSIERY, of all kinds, for young and old,
Carpet Bags, Port Monies, Pins, Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Cologne, Elastics, &c. &e.
ALSO,-A complete assortment of Ladies and Children's SHOES.
This Stock has been selected with great care by an experienced Merchant, and to the
CASH buyer I pledge myself not to be undersold by any one in the Southern States.
Call and satisfy yourself of the fact.
H. B. JACKSON.
Ihamburg, Sept. 15 nw 35
Boarding for Young Ladies. hrafNorice,
T HIE Subscriber willaccomniodate with board- D T S d HE ate fol
ing, ten or twelve Young Ladies.' His J lOwin pi d SH ON L
House is roomy and pleasantly situated, conveni- F
ent to the Female Academies. Parents and Fine Pump Boots............$ 00
Guardians may be assured that every attention Fine Wmts do ............. 8 00
necessary will be paid to Girls committed to his F ine Pump o es .. . 7
canre. EDMUND PENN.Pd e ...........3 5
Jan. 1. 1S51 _______ do Kp dod50. . 0
Tobacco and Segars. LaisClShe. .......17
TUST received a lot of (.hioice CHEWING Jaar1181t
-T OB ACCO, of various prices from 12 1-2
to 50 cents a Plng. In the lot is a box of theNoi .
celebrated "C A LIOUN BR AND," said to be A LProsidbe oteett fOie
superior to any ever broucht to this market. Toisar eutdtomkimdae
Also, in Store, 10,000 SEGARS, of favouritepamnndtoeaigdmnsaantth
brands, for sale cheap bysmeilredrtminporyatse.
U. L. PENN, Agent. R .SUR;Amnsrtr
Oct G if41 Ot. 9tf 38e
LEWIS' STRAW OUT-TIL
A HE Undersigned takes this opiortunity of
stating to the public, that he' will have
mother lot of his Machines ready for market, ini
the course of a few days. Personi wanting
these Machines will do well to send in their or-,
ders early so-as to ensure their beiiglilled. -
He refers to the followin Certifiates, of the
nfany which he has receive, for additional tes
timony in their favor. - .
Hamburg, Oct. 1, tf 37
WYsON, (Penp.) Januiry 22d 1851.;
MA. Lzwzs,-The Patent Straw Cutter wbieb
you invented, and are now offering t44the public,
is a most excellent article and d rves. pib
favor. Two years since I- purchasidi one an&
have had it in constant use-it hasnever been
out of repair in any respect, answering. all the
purposes you recommend it.for. I-most -eheer
fully commend it to farmers in all sections and
could not be induced to part withthe one-Ii've
without-the prospect of obtainingjanother, -for
five times it cost.
Respectfully, V. E. PIOLLET
AuGusTAi, (Ga.) Sept 16, 1851
Ma. LEwis.-Dear Sir - Soino. time' sinca I
used one of your Straw Cuttersio cut roots. for
my preparation of Georgia Sarsaparilla.. Some
of the roots were very hard and tough.-4 n ,
happy to say your Straw Cutter has far exceedba
my expectations. .The public need fot fear of
its getting out of oider by cutting sti-iw orfod'
der,_or by accidentally getting hard substances
in it. Yours, respectfully,
J. DEN NIS.
EDGEFIELD C. H., Sept.10,I'1851.
Ma. Wx. Lrwis,--Sir: In your letter you
ask how I like the Straw Cutter I bought from
you. I say it excels any thing of the kind -I
have ever-seen, and I could not be induced to
part with it, without the prospeet of getting
another, for any common consideration.
WM. P. BUTLER.
EDGEFIFLD C. H., Spt.-18, 1851.
DEAR Sri: I have been using one of your
Straw Cutters for some three or four -months,
and am satisfied that 'its advantages over all
others, are such that it will recommend itself to
every observer. Its adaptedness to cutting 'A
kinds of grain, in any desirable length, its security
to the operator, the minimum of power required
to keep it in operation, the dispatch with which
it executes its work, combined with its simplipity
and durability, must make it invaluable to every
one that may have use for them.
A. G. TEAGUE.
To Wm. Lawis, Esq., Hamburg S. C.
Amzerican Hotel I
HAMBURG, S. C.
T HE Undersigned having taken the above
Hotel, known as HIuBaARD's old stand,- and
late by WM. KETCnA!-, Would respectfully solie
the patronage of -the friends of the above Hotel,
and the public generally. They pledge them
selves to nf'ord as good accommodations as is
kept in the State, having supplied .the House
with entirely NEW furniture of every descrip
Persons travelling to and from Hamburg 'iil
find Carriages and Buggies, always ready to
convey then to the hlamburg Depot, and alsb,
to the Georgia Depot, free of charge. '
TIIOS. -HTlhENT, Virginia,
ISA AC i lTH, Abbeville,S C.
August 21 Gm ' -' 31:
97 The Abbaville Banrter and Laurensvillo
Herald, %yill please copy for 6 months, and for
ward account to - T. & S.
HIE above reward will be given fo'r tho up
.1prehension and delivery:in'aziy conveni~t
inid, oC..TWO NEGROESi.popof)L
subscriber, a man and. a-woman..
The nman's name is A USTIN, very dark comn
pleeted, has one of his apper front teeth out, fie
feet eight or ten inches high, and weighs near
two hundred ponnds.
The Woman's name is PILTLIS, copper col
ared, chunky, and about 22 years of age.
The fellow ranaway about two years ago, 'and
ivas for nine months in A ugusta, Ga., hiring his
time to dif'erent persons. It is probable he .is
now in that plac; as when Inst heard from, he
w~as making his war in that direction.
Half the above reward will be given for the de
livery of either of the ahove negroes.
JOHN A. EICHLEBERGER.:
Jan 30 tf . 2
OJ7 The Augusta Constitutionalist will copy
weekly, until notified to the contrary, and for
wnrdaccount to this, office.
South'rn Water Cure Institute
LOCATED AT MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.
IT'IS mngnitudle being recntly enlsrged is
now eapable of accommnodating TWO H UN
DR ED A N!) FIFTY (250) persons. The pro
per appointments of this Institution render it
most attractive to Invalids who may be forced to
seek redemption from disease.
T'. CARLTON COYLE, M. D.
May28, 1851.____ ly 19
Mill Stones for Sale,
TlHE Subscriber, living on Cloud's Creek,
..respectfully informs the public that he is
now eneaged in the 11111 Stone Cut
fing Bus~iness, and will be prepared at
the shortest notice to fill any order that may
conme in his line of business. The Stones are
of the best quality and the Workmanship wur
ranted to be inferior to none. in the State.
For further information address the Subscri
ber at Leesville, Lexington. S. C.
GEORGE E. HENDY..
REFraNtCEs,--Maj. IsAAC BoLEs, C. J. Grto
vER and A,3,nRos Wln'TTLE.
October 0 1851. 3m 38
O F ATL DESCR[fPTONS, may be had at
the Tannery for CAsnt.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
yr to Mr. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yard, will
e promptly attended to.
R. T. MIMS.
Feb . 0 tf ' 3
lUST received a large assortment of REA DY
tMADE CLOTH ING, consisting of
Alpacca, Linen and Gro Deta SACKS and
Linen, Cottonade and Gro Deta PA NTS,
Black Satin Silks and Marsails VESTS, all of
hich will be sold viiiY Low.
WILLIA hIS & CHRISTIE.
May 22. ' tI 18
5O BOXES TURPENTINE SOAP,
20 boxes Variegated do
Gases Chinese Washing Fluid. For sale
HI. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Feb 3 - tf 3
TUFT Received a large supply of those supe
tJ ror MATCHES wvithout "SULPHUR.
The great superiority of these Matches over all
others consists in their not giving that disagree.
able odour, which is experienced from the use
of matches made from Sulphur. For sale by
Oct30 - G. L. PENN,AGENTr.
.Oct ___-_ tf 41
2Ol HHDS. CHOICE Baltimore RlACON~
MUSIDES, just received and for sale by
WILLIA MS & CHRISTIE.