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TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE
I WILL attend at the following places herein
1fter specified to collect the General and
Distriet Tax for the year 1851.
At Dorn's, o;Thursday, 1st A pril.
" Snyleys, John " Friday, 2d "
" Allen's, " saturday, 3d "
" Edgefield C H " Monday, 5th "
" Geiger's " Tuesdiay, th "
" Hlamburg " Wed'day , 7h "
" Beach Island, Thursday, Sth "
" Graniteville, Friday, 9 "
Hatcher's, 4 Saturday, 10th "
" Pine House, " Mlnflay, 12th "
" .lhnson's, " Tuesday, 13th "
" Srnyleys, Wm Wed'day, 14th "
" Ridge, " Thursday, 15th "
Wil Ilolston " Fr'A(y, 16th "
' Wise's, " Saturday, 17th "
" Rinehlart's, " londay, 19th "
" INt Willing, Tuevslay, 20th "
" Havird's, " W1*Peday, 21st "
" Colemian', " Thursday, 22d "
" Richardson's, " Friday, 23d "
" Nickerson's, " Saturday, 24th "
" Moure'e, Nick. " Mlonday, 26th "
" Mos'ly's, "1 Tin sday, 27th "
" Sheppard's. " Wedl'dy, 28th "
" Cheathamt's, " TThursday, 29th "
" Scot's. 4 Friday, 30th "
After which time my boks will close.
11. I. HILL, T. C. E. D.
WILL attend at the follivin lace' herin
ferspecified II)to clleet :he General and Dis
triet Tax for the year 185 1.
At Freelnd's, " Frilay, 27thFebruary
Libert1v Hill. " Saitnr.lay, 2th! "
"Edtldvu C. 11 " vondiay, 1tMarchl.
" . " " " edalay, d "
" Alleni'. " ol'n.Iv, S.h I
" Smvevy's, John Tu.!. 9th "
" lo-re's. Nick. " Thio.da., 111t "
"i 'Ioselev's, "' Frbv I, * 1t "
"' Sheppa'rdi's, " N'ed.y, 1:hh "'
"(Chen:ham's, "' 'ond v, 15th "
"' l 1e Ili!, " Wed'nV, 17!h "
" H~oward's, " Tb mrs-lay, 18dh "
" Liberty Hill, " Fridi. 19t "
"Roebel.'s " Sat utlay, 20th '
"Freelatnd's, " ?tlondlay. 221 "
" Park's, " T'esty. 23d "
11. 1t. H 1I.L. T. C. E. 1).
P. S.-The law requires Ih(- owners -if Shies
to pay the Taxes to the Tax C!leetor. If per
sous who hire . al--s ngree to pay taxes, they
shoil I pny it to the owners.
Feb 26 if 0
Paints. 0-ils, &.Ix
00 Jfi 11. Pt : E illT LEA D.
300U :24 ali .:1-in-d Oil.
Tog-iter wi h a eonpleto as.rtmevt of D.',"
PAINTS. Varnishes. Vindtow (.1S. 1:t- -
Paint Irushie. &e.. intt received anl for .ah
0o accommoda-in tims, byv
A G N E W. '111T11 & r-O.
Newberry: C. Hl., Fs 17 3t f
Lost or Mislaid,
A NOT. of band riven by the Subceriber
tit John L. Addison. or hearer. for the
runm i.915. given sometime in October last.
All persone are hereby eautionod against trading
for sail tote. and any ii atiai. respeting it,
will be thankfully rceive.l.
ALLEN B. ADDISON.
Feb 19 _t 5
A LL th ''ce In'mebted to the e-Ite of Charle~e
H. l..ogan, decil.. are requ&red to ni:ike
paymnent. ar.-l those b. viog demrands to pretsemi
them propterly attes.ted
M. W. LUWl, )
A. NIX. Ad'rs.
E. 1'. IHoLLOWA Y.
Feb 19 hu i m
A LL those inidebtedl ti dhe YElaite of .sthin II.
ifneau, deed., are rrenele to miake. imo
mtediate paymeintt. all thm're ha~ving deimnds to
A. NIX. A d'rs.
EC. P. I10LTDW.\Y.
F'eb 19l I! ho
LLI those indeht:--d te the es'aite of Wiuii
j.. Ga--rett, dle'd.. are retro-ted to m:i.ke
avan~? enid eta~;te will rendi.ir thiem in proplery
atteste~d, acceording to law.
W.\l.G . 1.\ 211103 2.::
THOS. G AI: TT'. 7
.Lwho are ind..bted to the Esates of -Toel
.j 1oe.Sr., atal .1lmia A nn Ibuoper. arere
questedt to make pament to the sumbscriber, andI
those having demands agaiinst saitd Estates will
pl'aste present them imtmediitly, propenrly at
Fez 1a 3 4
rr:o;TE indhehted to thit Subscriber at Catiro,
IS C.. wiill (ma their notes an.l aceounts in
the hands ot Jlamies Blackwvell. ECsq., who is aui
thorizedl to receipt for them. ande to whtom they
will please make imimeiate teay:n-nt.
.IiN M1. CLAT1K.
- Feb 12 4lt 4
1LL persons intdehtedl to the estate of [H enry
.. Waldrum, dee., are requeisted to make
immediate paymenit, and those haiving dlemanads
will present thtem properly atteste~d forthwith.
W.\. W ALDitU.\1, A dm'r.
Dec 25i tf '49
rTLLED before nme, by Thomas .T. Dyson,
.1.1 iving twenty-nine miles north of Edretiedd
Court H ous'e, int Etgefiteld Dist rict, one SOR
RE?1 IhORSE, femrteen hanids hig.th eig~ht
years old. a small blaze in the faie, a small snip
onm the nose, left hindl foot wthiite, andi some sad
dIe marks. ~A piraised to sixty dollars.
LEWIS CULHREATII, M. EC. 1).
Oct. 2, 1851 4tm
r IIOSE having demandls against the Estate
I of Abner Peterson, d'&d., will retnder themt
in properly attested acorin to law anmtd all
those indebted will make imtimediate paymient.
S. J. W ATSON, Adm'r.
Jan 22 1m 1
T ANNER, qjuaif~ied to condluct the buisi
. nesof a yard in all the mys~teries of the
art.-None need apphy exepjting thoso free
from dismipatioin. The subiseribers may be found
at their residhence for "r five miles above Green
wood, A bbeville L~'. r'etl.
NICHOLLS & LIPSCONlB.
.jan 8 9t 5et
GOOD) CA RR IAG E and a pair of wel
.2 boeMATCII IORSES.
W. P. BUTLETR.
JTan 1 tf 501
C-1 TitE Friends of Dr. R. S. KEY, an~
..o..,,, hnm a. a Canididate for Steriff'at the
Ready Made Clothing!
. C. RICHARDSON & J. C. McDONALD,
I AVE purchased of .lTN K. TIORA the
.Ilargest and most fashionable Stock of
ever otlered in this market. We have just open
ed in the Store formerly occupied by lessrs.
Sale & Brown, next dour to George Robinson's
Hard ware Store.
I aving made arrangements to get Goods
weekly fron the most fashionable Manuffactnring
liJonse in New York. We feel confident we
can please any of our friends who may give us
a call, both in price and quality.
RICH[aIDSON & McDONALD.
Hamburg, Feb 19 m - 5
NEW SPRING GOODS.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
TT AVE received from New York a part of
Ltleir SPRING supplies, among which are
Barege D'Laines, andt Plain and Printed Ba
Fancy S.itin laid Elareges, of new and beau
Fancy Silk Tissnes and Printed Chally's of
Frenh Printed .Taekonets for Ladies Drsses.
Superior Plain l1!aek inreges, Black Mar
quiisse, Black Silk Greinadines.
White Blomil Laei'. and White Ffench
Crap"s.for Lvlies Evening Diess.
Ladies' Fren:i Worked Chimasettes. with
Lilies' Worvd Lace and Mtvnlin Under
.a.lies' Frenlh Lawnatid Embroidered Cam
brie I |andhlerchitf.
Llies' Lac-(... hes. a splendid article for
Ici ..h li:.ku- S*k aml Lace Gimps. of new and
beauiin s: 0, . f--r trimmain Ladies' J resss.
-:ilsh 'and Frencis U ilmms, of new and
uei r'F. :Ah aril E-,gsh Prints.
:-nptr.lr aerkna:k, ( c.ico, an other
ebiee s'vies of A mer;ean Prints.
Thew pu'ie* are re.spectfully requested to call
ndexaineC the assotent.
eb ' lotf
To the Public.
HODGES & FULLER INSTITUTES.
3Mr.. E. A. SiTEED, A. 13. lPrIscirAr..
.l3R. . M. PEf.OT. GR.ADVATE OF Crr.DEr.
A c..~V As-r .t'r.
i T. J. Pi',AlWE, A. B1.. PINCIrAT..
Mr.: 3.1. CO(PNET.IA PELO.T.ASR Asss-.rsr
NiAs E. MIcAXI LY. lxs-ra Uc-uTs3 GF XTU
I . T :1en;:r Gx )1. ":0 N) Gr TA.n, )AWaa ,
.1 -ri.,:e .5so F.M 'm)oon~)~v.
T he a'ove named ore natirrs of th'e Sloutl.
r 1, TE em- ei-s of these- [nstittes will. he re
.J.snled n 1loiylav the I th of .anryla.
These INstitions1 have hitherto received a
liberal pltronage,% nid the Trustree confildently
a:d:tl tsan inteligeont, moral and religious pub
lie! fior its contionan11ceman inerense
Cirectars will he issued in n . - "ys con
t:ining all rvecssary information.
W. P l~l~i. M:-: i7 T.
01rcnwood. Feb 1 t I
Spann Hotel Re-Opeied!
!!F.~ Subscrer htaving putreba'sedl !is cetah.
U.lishmer.'. begs l.eave to annfonnlee to time
District and to thle t:aveiling publie generaliy,
that he has thtis day takent upon0 himself the
keep*ih'e of saild hlielI.
A 11that he enn do to render his customers
I aiil .haell ho donre.
Ilie respetfully solicits a shlare of public pat
Chrles shall be a.s m)oderate as thle times
Feb. 19 tf5
rir.LL be so ld on Sale-day inllMarch next,
)1the failowin~g proper'.y :-A Negro Wo
nnElizab!.-th, m:.l her bey child 31.aek, and~ a
Al.. tw. ion es and1 Lots ill thme Town of
.f Vy. fi.!.i-e formetrly O(enph-d by Mrs.
* re-Ine,:)'d one1 nowl~ ..enpid by Mr. E. 11.
notel and ~r ved teenrity.
(. A. A 1)1 ISC)N, ) Ex'rs estate of
E. J. MIMlS. ( A.1B. A ddison.
FI hl19 5
NEG' P0 WO( \i A N, ".t yeats old, andi her
A. t eo hiblren--n girl six and boy four yeairs
WVasher aund fr"uer, aind undterstan~ds the busi
ness~ of* bos.--keepsing generally.
Theise near. es are soldl for no fault. Enquire
of rol. yrazier or M1r. Root.
Feb 19 -'t 5
J)T Virtue of an Order from I T. T. Wright,
} Esq.. Or:dinairy of Edlgefieldl D istrict, wve
shnall proced to se.ll at Edgefieldl Court Ilionse.
sn thes first M'Ind~l i inl trch, sir di n g Court
wP,-k~. at publlie nulO'ion. oIne li'srse and line:y.
belongiung to tihe estate of 31aj. Ri. P. lirnnson,.
dee-i This Ilsorse is well known us the Major's
TIRns---Credlit until 2.'th TDecemlber next,
with note ntid two approved1 sniretiss.
R OiT LANIER. Adm'lr.
SU3A N M. lnUNSON, Admi'x.
Feb 19 2t5
TE Subser'hers return their itanks to
.thteir friendsl and customers for fortmer
favors, and~ solicit ai co-itinunnee (If the same, at
the laute stand of -Jsohn Lyon, whlere they have
removed that portilor of their Stock saved from
the late tire, which thev wiill sell low'.
The loss suetaiined lhv the fire tenders it neces
sary for thlem to eall on thosse who are indebted
tO thumt to make paymsenit at the earliest possible
WILLIAMIS & CURISTIE.
Jan 21, 1F52 tf I
ALL~ persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
kr Collins, dlee'., are reqgnestedl to mnake im
mediate paymlet, and those having demands
aainst the samte to presenit them11 properly at
tsted. J1. A. COLLINS, Adm'r.
lOct. 30 tf 41
. LL~ Personi indebted to the Estate of Mairy
'.Wason, deed., are requested to make
pro''it payment, and thlose h~avin~g demands will
presenlt themlt forthwith, properly attested as the
S. J1. W ATSON, Admi'r.
Jan 22 3mn 1
."G"O nssortment of FRESI! GAR
P . EN SEE.ONJONS, PLANTING
O.'IONS and IRISH POTATOES, for
HOLLTNGSWORlTH & NICUOLAS..
Jan 22 tf I
, Lprons indeh-, d1 to the Assigned Estate
S f.l on yon are requested to nake immte
dirte payment, as longer indulger.ee cannot be
given, and must not be expected.
S. F. GOODE, .4 signer'.
IJan 21.1852 tf 1
r HE Subscriber will sell his entire Stock o
COST, FOR CASH!
-All remaining on hand will be sold at
on the first Monday in March next. All those
indebted to me, will please call in(d settle up, as
I am compelled to close up my business.
BS. C. BR-YAN.
Feb 5 4t 3
B EING desirous of reducing his large and
extensive Stock of Dry GoOs before re
eeiving his Spring supply, offers them at.
Greatly Reduced Prices,
Those wishing to purchase, will do wel] to give
him a call, as GREAT BARGAINS will be
of'ered. Aimong the.m are
Pich Black and Colored Silks and Poplins,
Merenos, DeLainsand Cashimires,
Tlack Bombazine, Iflack and CePd Alpncca,
Riv!h Orienta.l. Crape and Caslimere Robes,
Rich Tartan Plaid (silk and wool,)
Chan Tartan Plaids, and other wool Plaids,
Tiich Crapie, Caslmere nd Wool Shawls,
llaek and Col'd Silk Mantillas.
.Taeoniet. Swiss and Cheek Muslins.
Il'k and Co d Alpaca and I.anma wool Hose,
Ladies. (ents, Misses and Childrens llose.
A large assinrnent of Prints, soie of the
most recent stiles,
Ginlianns of varions 'iniies.nnd very eep,
Silk Warp min Welch Fhannls,
Irish Lineis. Table Dannvk,
Swiss and .icm-et Elging :il Insertings,
Clienizetts. C.!lrs nnd Deir.nins.
TJhronid Laet nol all kinid. Trimmin.q.
Cloths. Castfmrers. Tweetds mw ing
.i Sates, S.tein.s, Flanels and liumkets,
Shirw. hwetings, Geo. Swripes.
CnttmiOsnahlinps nnenriius oilber kinds of
Goods. which will be sold VlF.Y LOW.
17' First Dry Goods Store below the United
Feb 12 3 t 4
Dis s olution,
TM! business foirmerly eondinetrd inder the
stvh- of TPENT & STillT1. for the pur
pore f nudietinz a I Itel in thie Tiwn of i lam,
binre, kniiwn as the A merienin l1ote, was di
tolved on the 12th instant. by mnioni en--reiet.
TiIMAS 11. ri T,
F~ 1.) T 13 10
E 'Ills Sub--r ,,r hetp leave topru-r i
rallyr. f-.r a i. 1 i: -r14'e~ e t h
ml kept hy fr..n A Smii. nn.
the Ateriemn I iotel in the 'To n .. r -,
in woenl.l awk a furhir chi.'
m:Ii feeling assiued on his part. th i ie '-n
:in1d will give satisfae'inii ti all timt lin e:' l ::nd
exainitue tie old stand of -lales It iibhard, d, Cd.
The I Ttel being situated inl the m! 1!t Z1 Unsivess
part of 'F.wn. anl convcnient to the Soulthi
Carolin: 1ail ibwd :mnd A menSt:ta 1). pet.
Extra att-tio ilven to the Iniis a':r-imnt.
roots kept foi the F;'eisdl UeL'lrtli- 11 e
TITONlA-; T1. T-N.,-T.
Iamburg. Ja.::ary :0tih I-2. Gmi 4
NEW BO0T SHOE FACTORY !
(Next dloor to Scuia.; & lino-rtm.)
'TliE w ay he had .!nOTS 4. SIIOES
SV rf ail loseriptioins. :nnde of the
y the UEST' WORI( l:N !
A lairrge Stick of I home mnne Plantation Ti
ans of the best go:ihi:y. Phmaters are inivitedl to
god terms tf.r en.ai
Mr. .1. 1). TI'nnr~rs. theii Foreman of this
Etablishmienit, will till all irlers for materinis
a execute all orders fir woirk with idespnteh.
R. TI. M1l.\lS, Proprietor.
Jan$ tf 5
Proceedings of Council.
T elld tetingt of Ceinneil. Febh. t,
owing 'r.-am!e aii I .aohitions, which were
Tlhie Cty Ciuneil of A ,rnta lhave becen ini
'rmied , o:n ereditablle authoiruty. that (irtain ii:
hividutals hiave, wi:h lie cioisenit of the Town
Connell of Iliambutrg, erceted a Toll flouse ntid
put uip a Gate in neii oif the St reets of that Tiwn,
tcar the Angusta PUrideoi, for the purpose of en
rerunder the provisions of a Charter, trrant
ed bv the State if Soath Carolina to lIlenry
:hultz,. the ci llection of what is cailledi tiil s fir
pasiig saidl 1 riilge,. which is iiot the prioperty
if the parties abiiut to attemipt ti cilleet said
:ontributiuins bitt beliings to the City of Anuns
'Resolheed, Thiat as soon as any attempt to ciil
let Till for pnssig said Plriilge. hy any otheir
:utoritv than that iif the City of A uensin, who
own saiul Bidte, sueh foil till lbe chiargeid lby
the Blridlge JKeeper, for passinig said Briidge, as
the chairter a!liiws.
Rewifred, Trhat as soon as riliauble informn
tion shall be received by H is lIhonor, the layiir,
that said attempt to cillect such contribuition,
improperly called Toll, is abanidonied, the rate of
toll at said Bridge shall thenceforth be the same
as ther are at peet
nmtinof M1r. T rttnno, it wais
Resolred, Thait the above Preanmble and TIes
ltions be published three times in each of the*
following rapers, viz: Chronicle & Seittiniel,
Ciinstitutionalist & Republic, IIonme Gazette,
Family Friend, Coltumbia, S. C.. Charleston
Courier.Tlambhurg Rlepublican. Abeville Uan
ner, Eidgefield A dvertiser, Greenville hl ountai
neer, Southern Ileralid, Chattanooga Gazette.
A tlanta Intelligence anid Louisville .Journal.
A truei E.stract from the mntes of Council,
L. [L. ANTIIONY. Clerk Ciiunil.
Feb 1I S 5
ST'ATE' OF SOUTIH C.AROLINA.
IN CH ANCE RY.
L. T11. Mlund y '3 Original Bill and
and others, Bill of Renierr
me. rand Supplement
Ramuel Perrin, A am'tor of | for Marshalling
R. P. Quarles andi others. ) assets, g-c.
I T appenring to my satisfaetion that the defen
daihnts, William U. Braitnon and George W.V
Branon, resiide without the limits of the State,
on moition of hMr. Carroll, Plaintiff's Solicitor,
It is ridered that the said diefendlants. demur,
lad or answecr to the said Bill, within thtree
motitts froni te puliciation of this order, or the
sad Bill will he taken pro contfesso against them.
A RTlUR SlIMKlNS.C c E ED.
C UTARDI. 3 ~ul TRUSTEE5 anre hereby
Snotie-l t an,k' their annual returne to mi'
oni or before the first of Mlarch next.
Cotmmu'rs. Offie, Jan. 1, 1852 Di
WITTT n view to close ont my entire Stock
XVIof WINTER GOODS, I will sell them
at cost for CASII. Call ye. who want lBargainis.
W. P. lBUTlER.
Wholesale & Retail Druggists
NEWBERRY, S. C.
~ EEP constantly oiliaud a general assort
Drugs, Medicinc, Faints, Oils,
Surglca1 Instruniezts, Perfumue
ry, Window GlaS, Glass-Vare,
FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
Dealers in Fine WfAes, Liquors, Se
gars, Chewing Tobacco, &c.
All of which they proposs to sell upon as rea
sonable terms as any house in the State.
Physicians, Planters and Dealers are earnest
iv invited to call and examine our Stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
August 21, Gm 31
FACTORS & COMMISSION
Office on Adger's North Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAMES ADGER, JAS. ADGrrR, JR
RonT. AD ER. E.. L. ADAMS.
Charleston, Sept. 15, Gm 35
GIBBS & McCORD,
WAREHIOUSE AND COMlMISSION
M ER CHANT S,
McTNcrosu S-r., Avots-r., G..,
: CONTINUES the above business in all its
branelices. at their
Fire Proof Building,
an-l solicit a share of patronIge from the people
it Soib Carolinn.
1 trelrs ftr BAGGING. ROPE, &e., &c..
I 1 the fited.. at the lowest prices.
Cash advanees made on prodnce in store.
TIlfS. F. GlHUS,
GEO. cCOR Il).
Sept 15 6:n 35
DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
IN CHjARLESTON, S. C.
& E. L. KERRISON & Co.,
./ have and are eontineally receiving by
I very arrival, CHOICE GOODS. whi-lh they
are preirard to s-Il at n' sir.all a1vance on the
-lin. Ct. A look at their
wil will 6-r:r: tii tro.ble. Their Strek of
..k-Mr-;,i large itl eomilhte. and int
:. in mn stvl.-s will be found not general
;v ixpt in tlheir '.lanrket.
: . &: P. 1,. K F.RRISON1\ &C.
North-West Corner Ejing andthlk-. Sts.
Feb 10 4t 4
SA LE, OF BOOTS & SH1OES
At and below Cost, for Cash,
IN Consequence of my Store being bunt by the
recent Fire in our Villh-e. ral not having
s,'ff'ient room for my large Soek ..f Ro.tIs and
Shoes. I will Se.ll 01, at anid !ELOW COST.
until the 1st of Marhi. after wh:ilch time I will
.liip--se of the remainder of any Stock at P-:Iie
' g;inti. to is e concern.
A 11 ho:e indebted to me, by note rn
..-nest! requested to enie forward ami:
up, i a stm in need of the umoneyanl V.anot
.ive iiniger indulgence.
.Tan9 t 2
TUTI, "SPI RITr OF 1851," will parade at
'lt. Willing, on the'4th Saturday in Feb.
ruary next, armted and equipped as the Consti
tution requires. A t the samne time there will lie
a Ciurt .iarshal to try nli defaulters for non
attendanci1.e at pre.vious Drills.
lBy order of C'apt. .R. D. lOURNIGTIlT.
' N. 1.-The 2!embers of the Conmpahy are re
qii.e'r.. to conmin parared to pay to tIn- Treas'u
rr, all doe~s to thle Comnpity or. Coummittee who
pm'chelased the muaterials for the Comipany.
1:. i. P.
Feb 5 4t''
Strayed or Stolen,
T R~l th.. Subscrib~er on the 12th .Tannary
I last a S.I.\ 1L L W111T E 10 R SlE, with a
sar onu one of his hind feet. and appsarently a
little weak in his right eye-no o:her marks re
A iiv informantionl concernting said huorsp, and
addrs-edl to the Subscriber at Dunntonsville P.
., will be thankfullhy received anid liberally re
wardd. J!llRAM BUShl.
Feb 5 - (it 3
() LD C. iY. GRAY, still in tihe Field,
\and retiurnls his thanlks to his PAY INO
Customers for last vetui'i paltronaige.
UJT Beef lailts this year will be settleil month-'
v. Come up all ye I )linquent D)ebtors, and
pay the "Old Felo. like gentlemien.
C. M.\lRTIN G R AY, U. S. A.
.an, 22 tf 1
BY" Virtue of' sundry writs of Fieri Fa
elas, to mne directe.d, I shall proceed to
sell at Edgefield Court Hlouse, on tho first,
Mondauv ill March next, the followitng proper
ty, in the following eaIses, viz:
Jordan Holloway vs James H. Catpeheart
and Rachael Capeheart, ono Negro Woman
named Mary Ann.
E.11. Rleicher vs W. 13 Brannon, one Bay
Ho crse and one Roan Horse.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Feb 14 St5
State of South Carolinau,
C. U1. Goodwin and others,
Eliabeth Good win & others.
IN pursntance of the Order of the Court of
IEquity in this case, notice is hereby giv
en to the creditors of Chamberlain L.'Gjood
win, dee'dn., to comel in and establish their
cims before me, on or before the I7th day
of April tnext.
A. S~IMIGNS, C. E. E. D.
Comim'rs Offie, Jan 12 14t 5ii
MY eelebrated JTACKC
SDog Pizaro, Sired
- . tby the imported Don Pizan
ro, will stand ihe ensuitng
i ~~ spring Season, at Pine Plea
samt. at $6i,00 tl'e Season ;
$800t insure a Mare with
foa.and $10t,00to insure a ive Colt. Mares put
and transferred, the insurance money will bo
laimd. The .Iaek will not be moved fro~m the
Subscribers stable during the season.
J. B. COLJIMAN.
FebS 5 t 3
1.00EMand IfF BARRlELS of
F'or sale by 'J IATH SIDiLEY.
Hamburg, Feb 12 ..1 3 4
IDA. A. G. TEAGIUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
T AKES this method of returning his thank
to his friends and patrons, for the patron
age lie has received in the sale of Drugs, Medi
He is now receiving an addition to his alread;
cxtensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye StutTh, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Ihop V tuare, &c.
THE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds
made under his own supervision in strict
aceorndarce with the U. S. Disp'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrums,
All of which he will sell at prices that wil
compare favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his linc
will do well to call and examine his Stock and
Edgefield C. T., Jan 22 tf I
Messrs, Bushnell & Witt,
r AKE this method of informing their friends
iand the public that their Machine Shop is
now in coiplete operation.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
and all other articles in the Joiner's Ilnsiness.
-A L F 0
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, &c
kept constantly on hand for sale.
C A B I N E T WO R K,
made or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished filled with glass :md
Those wishing work in onr line, will please
call and examine .our Stock and priees before
bnying elsecwhere. and learn thnt as good work
can be done at Edgefield Court House, as can
Feb 5 tf 3
Ten Dollars Reward,
P ANA WAY from the Subscrier's wraznn
I in Hanbur.z sometime in Novemhl,.-r last.
a negro hnv named 1I AM P'TON. Fai.l boy is
abont I A or 20 years of age, about 5 feet 6i ineh':
high. of a vcllow or brown tonmplection. tuirns
out his feet when walking, is sont ria;Ie anl
initelligent, and has a sear w-:er one .-:- ci::
imne,, in the eyebrow and runmin.::e parir*
paused bv the kick of a horse. when iu:e yl u
It *s very likely he will deny his proper namle
and owner, having done so before.
R. W A RD.
Lott. Ea!efield Dis.. Feb 5 #
II" The South Carolinian. A bbeville Banner.
Chronicle & Sentinel av Con.stitutionalist. will
ive tie aboec two weekly insertions and for
ward their accounts to this ofiee for payment.
Valuable Plantation for Sale,
r.!IE Subscriber ofiers for sale his VA LU
ABLE PLANTATION containing
i Scriven County. 21-2 miles from, Dcrot, S -
rom Central Rail Road. and three-quarters of a
m'de from Paris Hill Academy.
On the premi.:es there is a good Dwelling
iose, Cotton Gin, and all other necessary Ont
uidings in good repa"-, with about twot hun
tired acres utnder fet" Aliso, about fifty acres
of good Bayv Land, . ..rly drained.
The place is one of the most health.y in the
Connty. and the society good.
Termts madte easy. For furtlher information
ddress ame at Ilalevondale. P. 0.. fla.
- WM. S. MOORE.
Felb 3 4t 3
A mnsrto' Sale.
BY~ Virtue of atn order from U. T. Wright
.1 E-9., Ordinary of Ehgelield D)istriet,I
sIhall ptoeed to sell at the late residence of
A\hram, Gilbrist, dce'd., on 'fTolay the second
hay of Mlarch next. all the, personal property ofi
'id deceased. (*onsistinlg of
Forty-Five Likely Negroes,
Sock of Uorses and Mtules. Cattle, Hsogs and
Seep, a Fine Lot of Bacon and Lard, Corn and
Fodlr. Wheat and Oats, One In Wtggon
ma larness. Toke of Oxen andtu Cart, One
Bu'gy and Harness, Plantation Toiols House
old attd Kitechen Furtniture and other articles
too numnerou's to, mention.
DAVIS J1. GITIRIST, Admn'r.
Feb12 St 4
Land1E for Sale.
T-H E Subscriber offers for sale the lands be'
Llonging to the Estate of Joseph Mloore,
Onte Tract containing abmout seventy-seven
cres, adjoining lands of Jatnes Rainsford, S.
Cristie and others.
Oue oth~er Tract containing five and a half
cres, adjoining lands of Dr. E. J. Ninms, Mrs.
. T. Moore and others.
The above Lands lies near the Village and a
portion of it is well timnbered and can be pur'
hased at private sale on liberal terms.
E. PEN N, Ex'or.
Feb12 tf 4
Ti UE Copartnership heretofore existing undem
.the name and firm of R. M. FUrLtsa & Co.,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. There
fore. all those indebted to the concern are re
quested to comne forwvard immediately and close
R. M. FULLER,
JOHN E. LEsWIS,
N. I. CH ASE.
January 1, 15.W. t f f50
A LOT of FR ESH GARDEN SEEDS,
A fine lot of Hollow or Pot Ware, whtich will
be sold very low for cash or punetual buyers.
Jan & tf 51
Boot & Shoe JMakers Wanted,
T WO FIRST RATE Boot M~akern
and three or four good Shoe lMaken,
one of them a first rate Peg Workman, can find
employment by applying to the Subscriber at
Edgeield C. H-.
R. T. MIS.
Jan 13 tC 52
17 The South Carolinian, will give the abort
four weekly insertions and forward account to
-DUR!NG my absence front the S'e, N. L
LGrimn, Esq., will net as tmy /. ent and
Attorney. JOHN LIPSCCOMP-.
Feb i9 3: 5
SLL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jo
Sseph Moore, dee'd., are requested to make
imediato payment. and thoso having demand?
against the estaite will present them in due form.
F. PENN, Ei'or.
Feb12 t 4
or Tax Collector
rARNEY M. LAMAR,
WILLIAM L. PARKS,
7 THEOPHILUS DEAN,
L. A. BROOKS,
F. W. BURT.
It. F. GOUDEY,
IENRY H. HILL.
ELIJAH T. RAUCH.
JOHN R. WEVER,
R. S. KEY,
FELIX E. BODIE,
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
WXTILL be found at all times in his Office, at
Edgefeld Court House, near the Pxatx
He will attend promptly and strictly tobusiness
in his9 profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
G. W. LANDJRU3M,
WILL Practice in tha Courts of LAW and
EQUITY fur Edgctidd and Lexington
Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. H.
Jan 16 ,tf 52
.S. N. T 0.11 P K I N S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
: Orrice immediately in rear of the Court
.Tan 2-2 t
W31. 1. HILL, M1. D.,
O FFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of our Villag-- and District. Having
graduated at the University of New York. with
high honor, where lie availed himself for the last
two years, of the advantages to be derived from
the Eye and Ear Infirmary. various Hospitals,
&c.. &e.. offers his services to his fellow-citizens
with the hope that he will prove worthy of a
share-of their patronage.
UTlRoon at the SrANY Ho-Tr.L,No. 7.
Oct 2, tf 37
JA1ES N. DAY,
OF RICIDMOND, VIIGINIA.
.-T! Permanently lo.-ated at Edlgefieldl C
Ui., offers his profes.sional servi(ce
to the citizens of the Villaze and
its vicinity: and will attend to any call he niay
have either in the Villange or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13. 1850. tf 8
Fall and Winter Goods!
I HAVE now on hand a FIRST RATE Stock
of Clotlhq, Cassiners & Vestings,
which are of the latest styles and will be made
to measure as good and as falshionable as can be
had in the S->uthern Country.
Always for sale an excellent Stoek of fine
READY IAD1 CLOATD)7G,
which is cut and made undcr m.y own supervi
int, and any o e purcain: from .me ma rely
upon geting full value for their money expended.
FurniC~vashin C Articles, Hsey
suc asCrnnt, CoveeSuspenders.Tosey
White and Colored ihirts. Silk and Mierino tun
decr garments, Collars. Stocks. Money Eelts.
Silk amid M1erino under Vests for Ladics,-and a
Of German Colognes, extracts for thme hiandlker
chief. liair. Tooth, Nail, Clothes. Uat and Shtav
ing Brushese, Dressing and Fine Tooth Combs.
-Fine Soaps. Shaving Creamus and Sonps, Port
Mlonies. Pocket Books. Purses. Regar Cases,
hair Oils, an.! every thing desirable and useful
JT. A. VA NWINKLE.
N. fl.-Miy Store is next to the Georgia Rail
Road Bank.:'at the Old Stand of the Chronicle &
A ugusta. Nov jO Gm 43
GraniteVille Oash store!
T IIE Subscribier respectfully calls the atten
tion of farmers and the commmunmity gene
rally to his Store ini Graniterille, where he keeps
constantly on hand a NE~W and WELL AS
SORTED) Stick of
DRY GOODS, ( ROCE RES, SHOES
and nearly every variety of Goods, and is selling
at the Cheapest rates crer known above Char
Ienton ! ie buys for CA SfI and etgages to
ell as ClE AP as Augusta, IHamburg, Aiken,
or any other neighboring market.
Ladies wishing to buy Bonnets of the latest
style, either trimned or ntrimed, will do well to
examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
lie is prepared to have ihonnets trimmed in the
latest styles or to order at the shortest notice.
All who advocate a
CIIEAP CASH SYSTEM1
IlI be sure to save money by giving him a trial.
UT The highest market price will be given for
all saleable produce in exchange for Goods.
A. B. MULLIGAN.
.Tune 4. I 20
4HOUSE AND LOT containing about two
acres, one and a half miles from Edgefield
on the Columbia Road. There are on the Lot
a well of good water and all necessary outbuild
ings for a small family.
Thme place will be sold for Cash or on time,
-the purchase money be'mg amply secured
and immediate possession given.
IIJ7 A pply at this Office.
Feb 5 tf 3
F RO31mh Subscriber's Lot on Sunday night
the 25th Jlanuary, a SORREL HORSE,
about 14.1 hands high. 5 years old, has a white
snip on his nose, extending more on the right
than the left side-lie is a good harness horse.
The said horse is put up on the pony order and
A reward of Twenty-five dollar. will be given
for the recovery of the Horse and proof suffi
cient to convict the thief. Any information res
pecting said horse will be thankfully received
by the Subscriber, living 6 miles, N. W, of
W. .S. HOWARD.
Feb5 4t 3
Fresh Garden Seeds.
TJUST received a large supply of G ARDEN
.SE TE DS from the celebrated Seed establish
ment of Comstoek, Ferre &c., Wethersfield,
Coin. The Subscriber has had an opportunity
of testing the quality,of seeds grown at thie
above establishment, and can confidently re
commend thsmn to be of superior quality.
For sale liy G. L. PENN, Agent.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of J. A.
..tPerrin, dee'd., are requested to makea im
mediate payment, and those having demands
against sqeid estate will present th.em properly at
tested. A. PERRIN, Adm'r.
BY Virtue of sund writs f Fieri Facias,
to me directed, Ishall proceed to sell
at Edgefield Court House, on th'e first Mon.
day in March next, the following proper
ty, in the following eases, viz:
Samuel Brooks, bearer. vs 3. H. Christian,
the Brick Yard Lot containing one acre more
or less-one other Lot, containing two acres
more or less-one other Lot, containing one
acre more or less, adjoining Lots of N.
Ramey and others.
John Doby vs Jackson Covar and C. J.
Glover, the House and Lot in the Village of
Edgefield where Jackson Covar lives.
"Edmund Penn vs Win. Lewis and Jackson
Covar, the House :and Lot where the De
fendant Covar lives.
Nat Ramey vs Harriett Lundy and Theo.
N. Lundy, the tract of land where the De
fendant Harriet Lundy lives, adjoining lands
of W. Wise and others.
James M. Richardson vs George Reams,
the tract of land where the Defendant lives,
containing three hundred acres, more or less.
Spann & Nicholas vs John R. Wever;
Samuel Brooks rs J. R. Wever and C. J.
Glover; Mary Gibbs vs J. R. Wever, Oliver
Towles and Thos. G. Bacon; George A.
McKie vs B. J. Ryan, H. R. Spanr, John R.
Wever and John Dobv, the tract of land
where the Defendant Wever lives, adjoining
lands of Beniamin Bettis, James Swenrengin
S. CITRISTIE, S. E. D.
Feb 7 4te 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
John C. Allen, et al
B Y Virtue of sndry writs of Fieri Facis
to me directed, I shall proceed to sell
at the residence of the Defendant, on Fri
day the 27th of February instant, the fol
lowing property, viz: Two hundred acres of
Land, more or less, adjoining lands of Maj
John C. Allen and others,-Five Negroes,
Lucy and her Four children, Ann, Watt, Ma
ry and - , Stock of Horses, Cattle, logs
and Sheep, Household and Kitchen Furni
ture, Farming Utensils, &e.
TER31s.-A credit until the first of No
vember next, by consent of parties. Costs
to be paid in Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
February 5 4te 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Belcher & Ilollingsworth,
'7s. For'gn Attack.
Grantham. Logan & Co.
rs. For'gn Attack.
Grantham & Grantham. 9
Ts. For'gn Attach.
Mt. M. Grantham.
BY Virtue of an order from the Hlonora
ble J. D. O'Neall, one of the Judges of
this State, I will proceed to sell on Tuesday
the 16th day of March next, in the Town of
Ilamburg, in the above stated cases the fol
lowing property, vix: 9 Barrels Fish, 7 Box.
Heren. 3 boxes Cheese, 8 bags Coffee, I bar
rel Sundries, 9 barrels and 1 hhd. Sugar, 2
boxes Coff'ee, 2 barrels Merchandize, 2 eases
Merchandize, 8 hoxes Drugs, 2 Kegs Powv
der, 5 Kegs Nails, and various other articles
TERMS-A credit of sixty days, except the
costs and expences to be paid i'n Cash.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Feb12 t 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
John M. Witt,
es. Domestic Attachment
Rufus M. Seay.
B)Y Virtue of an Order from His Honor,
1)Judge Frost. I shall proceed to sell at
Edgelield Court House, on Friday the 20thi
February next, the followving property levied
on by virtue of the above attaehment, viz:
T'wo Cows and Calves, and three IHorses.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 30 4te 3
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
V. WV. Rotten,
vs. Domestic Attachment
homas Jackson. )
vs. Domestic Ajtachment
B Y Virtue of an Order from his Honor D.
L. Wardlaw, I shall proeced to scl at
he Brick House near Daniel's Mills, on Wil
on Creek, in which John McClenidon resided
ast year, on Friday, the 20th of February
ext, the following property levied on by
irtue of the above attachments, liz: One
Ba:y Horse, one Saddle and Bridle, one Cow
mid Yearling, about 20 bushels of Corn, and
a small parcel of Fodder.
S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D.
Jan 30 4to 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
. L. Gearty & C. 3 Glover,
L. Snber, Agent,
M. L. Gearty.
[ 'WILL proceed to sell in the above sta
ted cases, on the First Monday in March
ext, at Edgefield Court House, one negro
an Joe Mack, resold at the risk and on ac
ount of the former purchaser, who having
ailed to comply with the terms of sale on
sale day last.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Feb 12 St 4
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fachsa
to me directed, Ishall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday
n March next, the following property in
he followino- cases, viz:
F. Richard'son vs Thoa. W. Blease, C. J.
Glover and 11. Rt. Spann, one negro woman
[arriett, levIed on as the property of Thos.
Lewis J. Miles, bearer, vs W. H. Harrison
and Francis M. Mays; J1. WV. Stokes vs W.
-. Harrison, one negro girl Molly, lovied onr
is he roprtyof WV. H. Harrison.
LEWIS JONES, s. z. z'.