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Sor.tha ing and Summer Trade
SROWN, would respectfully
4 e ,.* punee to the Publio that he is now
in rcept Of his Spring and Summer Stock of
.EOREIG' -.DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
taAicisi he solicitsi the attention of buyers.
'Thev following enumeration comprises a portion
-of his Stock :
:- Athagnificent selection of the New Styles
Embroidered and Satin Plaid Printed Baroges,
1la!ege Robes DeParis, Printed Challys. Ba
rege )eLaines, Ilerninas, Grenadines, Silk Tis
sues, India Foulards, Printed, Embridered, and
Plain Organdies, French Jaeonets, Lawns and
Muslins Plaid, Brocvale, Glacia and Chameleon
Silks. Biseho's Celebrated Black Silks.
100'Pieces handsome Printed Baregesand:Be
mego Detaines from 1 34to25 ets per yard.
.100 Piece. Printed Muslins, warranted fast col
m., from 6-1-4 to 12 1:2 *t
Ginghams,. in every variety, from 12 1-2 up.
50. Pieces-Aenriean, English and French Cal
Icobs froim 6 1-4 to 37 1-2, warranted colors.
-. rnisig Goods, in every- varicty and "uality.
Stri s. jaeonnet- and aeoo Underaleeves and
Cuffs, entirely newt designs, from 25 ets to
ae'-le Worked Collars and Chemesettes new
-styles rang-ig froim 5 cents to $10.
.Lace and Muslin Bertha, Appfique and other
.itylei Caes75 cems to $12
A .large and beautiful selection of Enbreiidered
-Linen Cambhrie hlandki's frosn 50 cents to $10.
50)t Linen -1lndkf's from 6 14 to 50 cents, all
Edgings, Tnsertinsza and Lace goods of every
- White Goods.
Jaonets, Cambrics, Lawns, Mull, Nainsook,
SBook and Swiss Muslins, Plain and Emb'd.
Every quality-and variety of Checked and Strip
ed Canmbrics and Swisses.
Grape Shawls from $4 to $30.
.-,Black and White Lace and MIuslin' Mantillas
- Hosiery and Gloves in every variety made.
300 Silk, Gingham and Cotton Parasols, all of
6.,the xgy latest designs.
For3an's and Boys' Wear.
enn English Drap D'Ete, Queens Cloth,
C~imere. ITweeds, .Linens and uotIonade.
For Servants Wear.
rlboro and other Plaids and Stripes, Blue de
-nhns, Isinen Burlaps, Cotton Osnaburgs, &e.
,Ppretiuens, for Shirting Sheetings-and Pillow
. Cases,:front the most-approved umiakirs..
Linen Diapers, Towellings, Napkins and Doil
ies, orevery quality.
Bleached 'and Brown -inen Danmask Table
- -Cloths, and in the Piece, some extra.
Marsailles and Lancaster Quilts.
Ewbroidered Muslin Window Curtains, from
*so50 to' $10.
..'lea and Cases Brown and Bleached 'hirtings
and-Shettings, all qualities..
ew...8S'$laehel. Buffalo and Horn Tuck
bsh, .llair.Bruihes,.perfumarics, &c., &o.
r anse from 5 Cents to $5.
. A completenumer-. '- .t isut of
~tIeiiestibi'in a nen.
644eedt.-:by saying ti - -
in C~ilumbia: prices - ---
rashmnent in the, State -. --
~eT ev;'oga st -pn variety of
is .ies, onnets
4.J4~TVARIETY OF TRMMINJGS
ofti*~e~n most~beautiful styk-s.
eggt,4fo~n'the' firah-luss of ifoumses in New
,rk,. and great car-e has been exerciseii in
solictaig them, "as Goods well botught are
'ius-addition to the Dry Gaiods Departmnt
.will befound a large Stock of
6 isi eries,"C-ock'ery, Shoes, flats
FLX)UR,. DACON & L~ARD,
and a varlety of other articles too' nuuierous'to
e system of doinir business is the same as
sspary in this Village, viz: Cheap to pune
tui;Iajers, and a liberal discount to those who
- -M.- FR AZiEit
4pril. 8*3t 12
2$. heriff's Sale.
-STATEi OF SOUTHI CAROLINA.
Jel on Cor and C. J Glover.
BY Virtue of. this Excution, I will pro
leed ti sell at Edgefield C. H., on the
fikt Mundamy in May next. the Honse and
IJk$indthe Village of Edgelield, where the
DefsdantJackson Covar lives, levied on and
sold as the. property of said Defenidant.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
aApril8 4t . . 12
Aik~ise's- Hair Tonics.
'IN~ESE articfes designated as No. 1 andi No.
1-2, used according~ to directions, will p~rove
to be sure prev~nticesof -BALDPJESS.
No I stays the Hair from falling otlf-eleanses
the'iead fi-om the worst Seurf or Dandruff; in
vigdsiat.i fl.air, aisd promnotes its growth, by
renderingthe-Sealp healthy. No 2, is to' be
used a~yy after using No 1, and will give the
Hair a beaut fully bright and glossy appearance,
redfllris'lt flf and pliable.
Thlei*-koies; it ja confidently believed will
fully meet the demands of the public, and sup
ply .Fuithers -and Mothers, young Ladies and
Genstleinen 'with all ihey can desire, wish for,
or m'eed as Toilet Articles.
The most satisfactory testimonials can be given
from Ladies and Gentlemen in this village as
evidenees of the great utility and success of
these Hlair Tonics. For. sale by -
4G. L. PENN, AoaNT.
]March 25. tf 10'
.. Special Notice.
A N Extra meeting of BUTLER LODGE,
No 17, 1. 0. 0. F., will be hel in their
iHall, on $aturdany'evening next, the 10th inst.;
a: 3 o'clock.. whens the Lodge will be-op.bned'ii
tho Degree of .Rascca, and that:z beautiful
Degree conferred on as many of thc Ladies,
who are-Odd' Fellbiv's wives, as may send their
applications to-the Noble Grand by that tinie,
and present themselves at that.time'at the Hall.
- By order of the N. G.,
April.8 .. . - t 10
JUS'E Reeiedea large'supply'o(PI~fI2
t T ACKL E, for sale by ..
~ G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Mwah18 tf 9
Now Spring 4Godsr
& N0 WI EDEN -&-VEBAt
U'47 A, .
- ESPECTFULLYannounortbeir fiends'
and the public, that they havedecelved
their.full SPRING SUPPLIES, embracing
a very large and elegant -sesortmeat of Staple
and Fancy DRY GOODS. -
Rich White Waterid, and Plain White Glace
Silks,fr.Ladies' Searfs -and Mlantillas;
Rich saiey, and White Brocade Bilks, for La.
*dies' Dresses ;
Suieri'r small Checked and Stripes Summer
Rich BrocadeSilks for Ladi es' Mourning Dres
Superior lilack Rep. and Rich Figued Black
Silkax;and Black Naskin Crapes;
Rich Printed Bareges, and- Barcge DeLaines;
Patis Printed Crape de.Paris, and Printed Gre
.nadines, of new and sivlendid styles;
Siperior.plain White, Black and Fancy Colored
,Crpe de Pars;
Faicy Freneh Printed Organdies and Jaconets,
of new and elegant styles ;
Hoyle's Printed lAwns, of beautiful styles, and
A warranted fast colors:
A Large assortment of Fancy Gimps, Lace, and
Ribbion Triinigs, for Ladies' Dresses;
White Silk Fringes, for Ladies' Scarfs and Atan
Plain and White Dotted Swiss-Mualins, for La
Stiperior White Cinbries, Jaeonnets, Mull and
Nans(KOk Muslins, of soft and -beautiftl finish ;
Plain White, Black and Fancy Colored Bareges;
Lupin's Superior Black Bombazines, and Black
Ladies' White and Black"Laee Mantillas, of rich
and elegant styles;
Ladies' Black Silk Mantillas, (some-for Mourn
Ladies' Rich Valenciennes Lace, and embroi
dered Muslin Collars;
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Underslceves, of
Ladies' French Worked-Chimasetts, of rich and
Ladies' Embroidered Linen Cambric and Frinch
Jaconet and Swiss Muslin Edging and Inser
tings, a large assortment ;
Real Va'lenciennes. and Thread Laces, (Edgings
Embroidered Alublins, and Muslin Bands, for
Lndies! Puff-Cuffs and underaleeves;
Ladies plain White, and Rich Embroidered
Ladies' plain White, Black, and Fancy Embroi
dered Grenadine Shawls;
Ladies' White and Black Embroidered Lace,
and Fancy Grenadine Scarfs ;
Ladies' egiint Bridal anti Rich Spanish Fans;
Ladies' Carved Shell Combs, of new and beau
A very large assortment or Ladies', Gentlemen's,
Youtl's .and Chilren's hosiery, of superior
slyle and manufnture; t
Alexuader's Kid, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's
..Gauntlet Gloves ;
Superior Ginghams and prints, of new and beau
Superior Irish Linen, Long Lawns, and 12-4
Linen Sheetings; -
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Damask -Diapers,- Da
. umsk Table Cloths, and Damask.Napkins -.
Iluckaback Diapers, a superior artide for 'low
Extra Silk Warp French Black Cashmerettes.
and Single .ill Freneh. Black Casiueres, a
eoice and elegant artile fr Gentlemen'a
'Apri 8 -~ --
- List of' JIetterli,
tI) ifANING in th: Ist flice,.at Fdge
Ifield C. H., Ajiril ft,.1852.
Adams, James Loche, Josiah
A buey, James 'Merchant, Wm
Avry, John 2 Murrell, S G
Arnidd, Martha'- 31o6Tey,-N T
Boyd, P-hilip .: Matheuiy, Jarne.9 H
Berkett. H-enr' ~McCollonghW Eliz.
Butterworth,- A-H' -Mansfield, Perry.
Butrtasik, S B' Napper, T D
Bryant1 B .Prescott, Hlaley
Bush,:Williasm - orter,Jeahn C
BanksgJulius Perry, Mary
Buskey, JoIhn Peliman, J M
Barrenton, Miss Julia Presb~oat, Mrs L
Bird, Rebecca Plunkett, J L
Bayly, James L Pec nnington, J'L
Bobo,W M Rhoder, RL -
Belton, Wm Redwvood, Wm
Chandler, Mr. Rotten,, B L 2
Cloud, Sarah Riddle, Win
Cloy, Dr R R-nre
Damaron, John Ru, A
Dobi, S -ucts
Dennev, David SoyMsMA
Elder, 'H 8lSrsan aa
Foster, Wm H1 3 SieennMsC
Freeman, S B w rcgnElzA
Freel.mnd. Eugene SmtJn
Gerwin, Esq., A WV SotWli
Gallmnan, H- B SaaotJmso
Gordan, Wmn hi-er, .
Gric, M SmoM
Grithin, CoBte re, CWD
Golman J M Tr::oss, L
GarderSamul Tobers, Joh W
GolenIL TSne, MiMA
Gooe, hosP Tylragn, Sana
l~s~nizonJ~uy SweTrenin, John G
HaleF L illS m s John W
iessnrsg!, Mis S ilis, V
Jones, Carlcs 2 imeo, Jetr
Grinti, C B 2 twlart, John
GKma, M Thrakillm, Ad'r.o
Gane, GSamel. Toa, ohn 2 t
Golde, Rle C Thalker, Benjh
Goo'sde,.JhnP- Wrigh, Susa
Lam, Fr. L '% Williamns,. on
Hovt Mr.iLe JarENtt
Jn S, hres 2- Wells ese
Sethn BGeo r .ett fJWty
L tmtr, s, I Williamcedtsel -h
I., -b - G.in Lot N, si P.ei th M.w
An prilha 8 Stet,-n isonit the
fetfrn ho er Semoeoless.an
Dm e rbera t andJ. u frf'y.
TIrse Cas.Iwl rcedt elo h
F irs Mody nMa p,.t Egfed..
o.HmO'RE, He cast berneere at Cethe
adTlan adStfrts, r -ntinonen. h
planof sid. ownas N T33haingS5
saebinglee8na te 1rpr 2 fh
ring andSummer Goodsi
-AS-just'retulrned from New Tri .
J Largeandsplendid assortment.of
Which he will sell on the lowesi termt. H,
respectfully invites those Wife wish tb.purdhasi
Goods low to give him1acall. Amob
are iany new and -blautifdI styles' IC]
-DRESS GOODS, iuch as-:... ..
Rich, Plain, Glace and 'iguredSilks -,
Elegant Printed Grenadines,
Rieh Satin Cheek and Prirnted Barege,.
Fine French Printed Jaconets,
Rich French Printed Organdies,
Fine, Plain and Watered Blaok Hernial
Barege DeLaine and Lina-Cloth,
Fine Black Bareges and Lawns,
Plain and Figured Bareges, low pribed
Printed Muslin and Lawns,-very 'ehdapy
Bilk Boinbazines, Alpacea and-Canton Cloths
Rich Black Lace Mantillas, new-styles,
Black and White Lacesearfs.and Shawls
Rich Embroidered Crape Shawls,
Fine do - Chemezetts and Collars,
Rich Muslin and Lace Sleeves,
Ladies Needle Worked Jackets,
Rick Silk Enibroidered antillas
Mull, Swiss and Jaoonet MuslinS,
Jaeonet and Swigs Insertings'and Edgings,*
Scoth Ginghams, ast colored Prints,
Gimps, Fringes.and other Trimmings,
Mourning Ginghams and Muslins,
Linen Cambric landkerehiefs, all prices,
Ladies, Gents, and Children's Cotton Huse,
A large assortment of Fans,
White and Brown Linen Drilling,
Irish Linens, Damask Table Diaper,
12-4 Linen Sheeting, Pillow Case Linen,
Fine French and English- Drap Ete,
12-4 White and Colored Marsailes Quilts,
And a great variety of other Goods.
37 First Dry Goods Store below the United
April 8 St 12
Land for Sale!
T IE Subscriber offers for sale his PLAN
TA TION on Turkey Creek, about 5 1-2
miles North of Edgefield Court House.
The Tract contains: Nine hundred and fifty
(950) acres, between 300 and '100 acres of
which. are in woods, and about 60 acres of low.
' On the premises is a large dwelling IHouse.
Also, new and comfortable out Houses, good Gin
House and Stables, &c.
A nother tract of Land about 2 1-2 miles East of
the above, containing Five hundred (500) acres.
On this tract there are about 80 acres cleared
within the last 18 months-the balance is in
woods, and all good Cotton -and Grain Land.
There are some negro houses and stables on
G. A. ADDISON.
Aprill tr 11
T TIE Subscribers 'return. their thanks to
their friends and customers for former
favors, and solicit a continuance of the same, at
the. late stand of John Lyon, where they have
removed that.portion of their Stock saved from
thelate fire, which they will sell low. .
The loss sustained by the fire renders it-reces
saryfor them to call-on those who are-ind1ebted'
to them to make payment at the earliest possible
W ILL IAMS & CTTRISTIE.
Jan21 1852- t V
for saile ceaep for cisin.
-;G. L.. PECNN Aoar.r
March 15 tf 9
ALL peisns having demands against the es
tate of .. A. Perrin, (lee'd., are requested
to render them in to Capt. W. 1lrrion, as he is
my.Agent duringamy absence fronr the.State.
*A. PERRIY, Adm'r.
April 1 tf 1.1
r HE Partnership between HuIL. & 'WAn
.. .tw is.dissolved by consent. John Hill
will continue the business, and will attend to
the settlement of the business of thme late Firm.
March 26, 1852. 4t 11
A LL ersons indebted to the estate of H enry
.Waldrum, dee'd., are requested to make
immediate pr.yment, and those having demands
will present them prperly attested forthwith.
WM. WV ALDRUM, Adnm'r.
Dec 25 tf . 49.
A LL. Notes due the Subscriber, individually
.. or as Executor, arc placed in -th'e Bank of
HIamburg, for collection. Those indebted will
please, make imn~ediatepaymenmt. . -
Dr. JThin M. Galphin, will act as my A ttor
ney, during my abseniCe from the State.
*Dec 23, if 7.
,A.LL Persons indebted to thie'Estate of Mary
'1 Watson, dee'd., nrc requested ,to make
prompt paym'ent, and those having denmands will
present them forthwith, properly attested as the
* S. J. WATSON,.Adm'r..
Jan 22 3m ..- .1
A 0Dassortment of FRESH (GAR
A.DEN SEED.ONIONS, PLANTING
ONIONS and JRISHh POTATOES, for
- HOLLINGS WORTH! & NICHOLAS..
Jan 22 tf 1
TpOLLED before me by Temnple Miart; -liv
- -ing twenty-nine :spilcs North 'of Edgefield
C. HI., one BAY MARE, 'fourteen and-a half
hands'high, wth black main and tail, five years
old anid appraised at'sixy.wo dollars and fifty.
ents. .'L.CULBREATH,1t1E .)
F'eb 28 - 1m4m 8
~LL Persons indebte~d to the estate of Oliver
.L- Towles, are requested to niaku immediate
payment, and those having demands against; the
same will render thcm.in properly attested.
' R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
Oct.9 tf 38.
TrO HIREg for ther prcscnt year; a good
-L CookjM u sher and Ironer. Wageai pa d
monthly if desired. Enquire at this Office.
March 25 tf - 101
Land ror Sale.
I Wuldbe ledtoinl one hundred acres of
th rc fland on' which I live. -What!I
propose to-part wvith ia-all woodland,.,anda pte,
oisely four uiiles from the Village,. on:.the Co
lumbia Road-az, excellent situatiostfpr a-please
ant residence. A. SIMKINS.
Den10 if .47
- vl t P,
A DR ' ROYAL, dealers in D 0
A d.most splendid asso
M&a e, House in'the City
V_ Augusta-will alw:
fasbii ct-from at our Nem
I an&seeffor y
- Apr! .
r *neer Goods!!
CPER lA .
HA' n'd''issle a'eoinplete
Oloha, ])Vgth~ rap
For Eprju ng~qj ner , .which will be
inai e sujerority and ele
ganee. A1l'. - :R wa'nto4f fine garments
and wish ten 7-us thy dught to fit will
piease givt idsistefhsielfes. r
* 'li f ~lthin0*0
ry Sfo k, seaisonIs full
- and tse; ipriel'Oi;i o'k and
atis A bCenegWhite.
allai Ikasliki Grass
Linqejr*-ger Sijkn Brown
Linen y Colored
Pants Cne~' uii a
P a *l a rge assortinnt
oBuff bt d~sihi'Vests,&c.
'A lar n m r iish 'les, such as
Craats, v n '-pen ers,. Collars,
Silk, (Giuze~ e io under..Gar
ments, White .oi_d rt, &
OfPERFU1 - ARTICLES
All O lGds y-& blishment are of the
DEs'T QUAr :uu& $ be lO~ it.
V.AN. . WINKLE.
AugustaprjA f - t .
Negi o dGos !
T'ALLE OE WIMBERIY have re
heweb odtandj per of Globe
Hotel- B Aus 0a a spiehdid
assortment O r
A'nrmi~gEl Fiure a P Vhte
whis' C '
Need le-work _ mderslet nCuffs
Jnconet.aand. s.Trimins, -
Linen Cambricndkerchiefs, :
Ril Paris Kianl Twisted Silk. Glov.es,
Dress e staif nost elegant
Printed e Eidd mbroidered'
Em-bra er -ai v
inbr iilr" ni orfe,,
Super Embien d Lbndors,
Fienh Jaone atd'PortiniuTh 1awn
A grealt viriety -rGonds-tor tGendaenw e,..
Boy. wea, all o whic Ifry offer on the best
.jpihld:.terms liamihes visitin'g tli6 City are
invited to call ana emine thiir- Stock.
A pril 1 8t . 11
Tid.~ OFot NQ'H C i0 INA.
-Y.. T., WitIGH'P\A&q. Ordinary of
Whlereas James arid-A:.leal-havelapplie~d
to mneifor LettersofA ditration, on all
and -singelar tiie goss elcIiztiels, rights
and eredits of' tgt of' the Dis
.These nr,Ltherfordoc~ito andadnionith
all qnd-singulargthe .kitdredand ereditors'of
the said deceaseci to :be an4.dappear before
me, at our next O masr Court for the said
on. the 16th. 4a a fil bekt-,io 'slow
cause, if any, whathie skid itdririistration
abould not bie.gr~mted ,
-Giveundsi- my hila andspal;this the 24th
day oif March, in th'v'eui -of onr Lord one
thousndeiht iudfei hm&fitwaiv, and isn
dence... - H il-'itIGHT o. E. D.
.UST= received *JAe sppJ of superior
QSAVING 8OIblkiis* oziipound yields
a lathecr,,..whiolhis ha randhnor ernian-int
than can be pepducl t~~Cfher. Seap--sup
porting and sustainmg. '~e4without irrita
ting the skin. It'kis warranted to please in all
cases,:er tho moneyjWil'b fnded' Call and
get a supplp and' ukti 3'nyou -vill' be
March 11' ~ ~ ' -8
A LL persons indebted to theEstate of arnes
. Adams, Sr - -~a~tl'are. requested ta
muaks payment b hfAi ).ofcomber
next. All thoe frivhsinw eznnIs against
said:Estate -will .'leasoe n~thafin proporly
attested-according tlaai L.. so -
J L '?k4DAMS,
Ai'rs~1 thc Will'aze e4
Mar 18 . -' ''
:1ve desfrabley liasant
e.. mid. heyo~nwnas the
Rodooa ~ j o oumbia
aerds. -~~gt ude
Tho'Planittion' i1'boa rep Iwith ~a nev'er
failing .well 6 a'nd uJ~eeiry 'ont
buildmngs. .oeh i~A~puodious Dwell
ing HTousenearlciWte.4otries high,j
i-e plaes. 6
* KFt furthe - to't1he Sub
sriber at the ' d4|JLn.
-Feb 6 - ~~
mediate paymen thosall evig.deIahtdb to
present th p~e ~ 4
3. P. UO WWY.
Feb 19 . 1m
Oposieh Mai Ball,
)T8 AND 8HOE S, have lways on
LND OH.LRENSBOOT8 & SHOES
yw-fine a good Stock of the finest and most
Hearing is Believing, but Seeing ts
- Knowing I
New Spring and Sumlier
LEVY informs the citizens of Edgefield
and the surrounding country, that he is
now receiving a large and' splendid seleeted
Stock' of SPRING 4- SUIMMER GOODS,
and-which for CriiArwEss he'defies competition.
:The Stock consists, in part, of
,s.RihCrape de Laines -Bilk Grenadines,
Bareges, an entire new article of Robes,
A great variety, of Muslin., from 12j ets per
yard and upwards,
'Calicoes of 200 diffierent patterns, from 20
yards for a dollaind upwards,
French Ginghams, at 121.2 per yard, worth
181 cents, --
Brown Hlomespun,30 ydi for one dollar, &c.
Bonnets, Lnces, Ribbons, Wreaths,Articfiials,
Tabs, Parasols, Fans, &c.
Of every deeripiion, on which he will allow a
discount'of f2 I-2' ceits, f6rCAun.
SHOES, BOOTS; UATS & UMBRELLAS
of new designs. Also a beautiful Stock of Fire
Screens, with Borders to match.. -
He will sell his Goods CHEAPER than they
cab be had' at any other similar Establisliment.
Call and seeind be onvinced.
Newberry C; H., March 29, 8t 11
,67 N. B.-Corn, Baen, Meal, and a gene
ral Stock of Groceries.kept on hand.
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
A SAFE and certain eure for Coughs; Colds,
- .Croup, Asthma, Consumption of the Lungs
Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Hooping Cough,
and all Pulmonary Affrections.
A Lovely. Young.. Lady Cured of
TuE following is from the pen of Wx. II. L.
vxso,Esq., the distinguislied editor of the U. S.
Military and Naval Argus, -under date of New
York, -January 26, 1851. What could be more
6"It 'is:seldom we permit ourselves to occupy a
space in these columns to, speak in-praise of any
article in the patent medicine way; but when we
see'the life of'a fellow creature saved by the use
of-any medicine wildteVer. we 'eonsider ii as our
right, if not our-dutyito give a-simple statement
of facts, that others may, in.like manner,'be bene
fitted. The case which has induced us to pen this
article was that of a' youn'g lady of our.acquain
tanceiywho jbylreiluent exosrtote jiht'air,
coutracteda Col kwhich:usttledeon-tb.Lungs be
fore its ravages could be-stayed. (This occurred
ment on uoci a case as ms, mr mie sinspe. truth
will reach where- polish'ai fidti~ never can. If
any doubt the authenticity oft this statemen't, let
thetn call at tis 01ice.-'U S Military and *Na
T3BTZMONT O1 TXU PR~gg.
From the '. Y. Conrier, Aug 13.
Da. ROGEaS' $fRau oF LIVEawIORT AND
TAL.-We haeve heard of several important cures
recently effeted by tis excellent medicinal pre
jparation1 and in one, instance that came under our
dhservataon, we can' speak confidently. One of
our emploveel whoihad' suffered severely from a
longstanding-cold, during the piest week com
menced the use ofithis medicine, and his Cold has
eaiiely disapeared. .
*- From the N. Y. Mlirior, Sept. 2.
Ln'zawoaTr AND TAR.-O0f the virtue. of Dr.
Rogers' Cough Medicines prepared from the above
articles', it is needless now to. speak; its effiency
in speedily curing Coughs; Colds and other lung
comnpiaints, which too freequently, if neglected',
result in Consumption,-is,-too well established in
'public confidence to need .eulogy now. .
- From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug 25.
Wit have heretofore taken occasion to give our
testimony in favor of. the curative properties of
Dr. Rogers' Componnd Syrup of Livervort and
Tar,asnd would here repeat the advice already
given, for all-persons who are afflicted with Con
sumption, or any of the premonitory, symptoms,
to make a trial of Dr. rs preparation.
gg The Genuine is mined ANDREW RoGzas,
onThe steel plate engra'edwrapper around each
bottle, and is sold wholesale and retail by
113 Chartres street,.New Orleans,
Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all order. nmust be addresed.
Sold, also by G. L.-PENN,' Edgefieldl C. H ;
WARDLAW & 'DENDY, Abbeville C. Hr.
PR.AT1T & .JAMES;' Newberry, A. J..CREIGH
TON', Hamburg, So. Ca.
April!1 - tf 11I
Land for Sale?!
DR WA LKER in'tending to leavo the State,
LIoffers his Plantation for sale,- lyiing in
Chester Bistrict, near Catawba River, and eon
He would particularly call thec attention of
Physicians, not yet 'settled, to the land now
offered, as it-isla vcry desirablo location for a
Meldical -gcntlemnan ; bcing probably the best
'opening in tho up Country.'
On .the'premises. there is- a good dwelling
hotuse, eintgining six rooms, with all necessary
.out b'uildiiigs; anad a spring of superior water.
Abouthif' the land, is under cultivation, and
7welladopted to the culture of grain and cotton.
The Residence im-perfectly healthy.
LandsfordP. O., Chester, S. C.
March 16 -.t6 - 9
T HE Residence of the Subscriber, at Sum
mer Hill, South Carolina. 'It is 'situated
throe miles frem -Hamburg-is approached by
the Plank .Road, and elevated some 350 feet
above' the river. The house contains eight
roodis, c'xoluiveoof four pantries. .Attached arc
inables for eight horses, a large, ry well, a cia
tern-of' 6,000 gallons capacity, and a highly en
riched garden spot. One hundred acres of land,
wit'hin a mile, supplying-abundant-fuel, and in
eludin ,afarm: with- several buildings, will be
sold .ththe-place' -Price low. Terms of pay.
.me 'ti ukthe purchaser.'5
- M. C. M. H AMMOND.
March 25 . 4t 10
A LL Personus indebted to the Estate of Jo
..:ehlirepeo'd., are requested to make
Immediate payment,- and tho'e-having'demands
against the estate will presentthemt In duo form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
'Fenh129 tf 4' .
,et Spring bdfr57&
A T.Storejvits~h6Co&Ct!ouse I eave
Stock ofp ee a COMPLETE and-gnera
Varieties of the Seasons
which I respectfully invite the trading.communi
ty to call and examine.
1-would particularly invitethd attentioniof the
Ladies to iny rieh-selection of
Embroideries in Collars Chemi
zetts, Unundersleeves, Caies,
And to my splendid Stock in Printed
LAWNS, SWISSES, JACONETS
PLAIN . FANCY BAREGES,
And to a very beautiful lot of
Embroidered Muslin and Bilk Even
Prices (on credit until the first of January, to
responsible and punctual buyers) to suit the
times. A liberal distinction made with persons
buying-for CABsU !
March 25 tf 10
rFHE Subscribers are receiving their usual
T supply of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Fancy and. Staple. Dry Goods,
which they will sell on as good terms as they
can be bouglit in the market.
. At the Store formerly occupied by John Lyon
-next to Dr. Teague's Drug Store. .
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
March 25 tf 10
Ready Made Clothing!
J L RICHARDSON & J C. McDONNALD
H AVE purchased of JOHN K. 11ORA the
I largest and most fashionable Stock of
ever offered in this market. .We have justopen
ed in the Store formerly occupied by Messrs.
Sale & Brown, next door to George Robinson's
Having made arrangements to get Goods
weekly from the most fishionable Manufacturing
Houses in New York. .We- feel confident we
can please any of our friends who may give us
a call, both in price and quality.
. RICHARDSON & McDONALD.
Hamburg, Feb 19 .3m -5
Hamburg & Edgefield P1'k R'd,
rFIIS ROAD is now eofnpleted and opened
Lfur travel from the Cheroke Ponds and
Sweet Water to Hamburg. -
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse 'Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " 4 " 4
Two " " 3 " "
Two " Carriaes 3 " "i"
One " .2 " "
Horseback travellers, " 1-" "
Vehicles on, meet'ng, are esch entitled-to half
the PLANK TRACK, and tle*Drivers are re
quired to tursito the " G
-Tep61s r oirme~ that. all.
personsi thitiig on t Iid dinot h
State of Suth -t
IN EQU .
John McKinne, James.Jones
and Joseph J. Kennedy, -. Bil .or-..
us .junction, Acc'*
The City Council of Au-J and Gen/Re'!
IT eppearing to me that the Defendants are
Ia body politie and corporate under the
law of Ge'orgia, and lhave no residence with
in this State, On .motion of Mr. CARROLL,
Plaintiff's Solicitor, Ordered that-the said
Defendants demur, plead or answver to the
Plaintiff's bill of Complait, within three
months from the publiention of this Order,
or the said bill will be ,taken pro confesso
go A. SIMKINS, c. s. E. D.
Feb.25 . 3m.- 6
State of South Carolina,
C. H. Goodwin and others,
Elizab'eth Goodwin &others..
IN pursuance of the- Order of the Court of
Equity i hs ecase, notice is hereby- giv
en to the ereditors of Chamberlain L. Good
win, dee'd., to come inand. establish- their
claims before mie, Onl or before the 17th- day
of April next. -.
A. SIKINS, C. E1. E. D.
Commn'rs Office, Jan 12 - 14t 52.
THE fine large imported
. Jack "TFerdinand,"~
'will stand the present sea
- - son, at the residence of
.Daniel Holland, and will
be let to Mares, at $10,00
to insure a Mare to be in
Foal. No responsibility to restunpon the sub
sriber for any accident that 'may happens, but
every care will be'taken'to avoid such. .Any
person puttinga Marc and cha~nging'the right be
fore the fact is known will be held responsible
forthe insurance money.
PEDIGREE.-Frdinnd was imported from
Spain In 1851. He is full 14 hands high,. five
years old and as well formed as any Jack in the
State. - ~ SLOAN & EASLEY.
.March 18 4t -9
A LL persons indebted to the'Assigned Estate
C.of John Lyon are requested to make imme
dirtoe payment, as longer indulgence cannot be
given, and nmust-not be expected. -
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Jan 21,1852. - tf 1
ITTI.a view to close out my entire Stock
VTof WINTER-GOODS, I will sell them,.
at cost for CASH. Call ye, wrho want Bargains
Feb19 - W. P. BUTLER.
A LL prosindebted to the estate-of Hlenry'
~F.Freman, dec'd., will comne forwivd
imniediately and make payment and -the. hav-:
ing denmands will render them in properly at
tesed.J. H. JENNINGS, x'or.
20 &road t
te or~a~Tee aw4~r
cA.ak'pi*.? w l iu&
... Rich anj'
and beautul artcle for EadtsiurnaL
Embroidered Hernesn,- bea ot
of-pure Twistd Silk, (or Ladies s D
Brocade Silks, ofAs&ri and
Plain Chamelionud he
elegan styles.' e ~ .5f 1
Pare While Mi~eade 4dtMrli 'MU.;
Very rih -gh -Lighat ie
Barege DeLaines -Bareges nasiad"4**
fuslin and I~wns. -e .
Embroidered and ,
and Jaconet Musliirest
Sriped an1d M ~s n ip Ar
Swiss and Jaconet Trim -
Collars, Cuffs 'and tuualeA
Rich EmbroiersM aln*i8.
Rich Worked Limerick LaCea aa
French hdEn 47alir pe- u sdA'. m
B iehe an
Damask Napkins and To*sug,-HMiauy abd
With a great variety ofotheGda,
we respectfully invitetheattera"otlt
March 17' 9 . f ~ j
Call and 8ee befoi e
AM deter ed-to sell-myStool~iaGRO
CERIS c6oUn.in9f 4
SUGAR, COFF~EB pLAff
FLOUR, BAGGING OP
A fine assortment of Choi&-eUQ, ORSrillek
1 intend to' selt.
Rio Coeo, 01 -2 ots..,)tia
gar,8 it'ie -2't.
Molsses by thoshe122
" .- ,BarreMats
Hiram Smith Flour $7-,25 -es
and various othuaptielesa.4
Grocery Store at reduckpri9
1 -BGS Piiissed RI0fPNE
100 -Barrels choice New Q.Molauss.
50 - .fingay,
-20 HhMO.'. "4tv.d -.
-10 "- Common " -
50 Bareis fine
.5,0O04xla ~~iecbr. A
20,000 The.Swd and
* trge- .
and would aS 'CU
#omce feeling assure.s as :
auid will give.' Qaafcnti.. +1, ti
examine the odstand.o James Lv% xrd .4
The-Hotel bein'g situated in the h
part of''Town, and conivenlet
Carolina Rail'Road and' insta~e~
-Extra attention gwen to *lde
and-rdotna kept foi the sedial1A
.Hamburg, January 30tb18 I
Tlishment, bes.eave .toan
Districtnd'to theiravelling publidgnel
that h'e'lai. this aday tiken, upon~sI~~
lieeping of said H1otel. -
All that he eih..do to~ r-dide1a a te
satisfied shall be dbres
He resistfully solicis a shaieofp iii
ronage. '" ' .. -.,4f
will admit.. OHN EU1ET#
Boot & Shoe Makers W
TrWO FIRST RIATE Boot ~2
one of them a first'ratePeWokas~
employmtent by applying tt Sh&er
Jan:15 if -
CT The South Carolinian, will gibly
four weekly insertions and forivrac
RECEIVINiG and" iio a-,tsss~b
ty, which is offered -for-.silde,6,~ ~~c
Those-who wish to purehs y~t~l
do wvell to give me acall- foreuhi
hee.G.L L EN1Gtr
Marh-:8 f T '
T OLLED before -me bySamue~~f
living twelve miles Soth W a~I~
field Court IHuse,' one ROAN MAB
teen or fourteen years old, foui-teen aia-A
hands high- and blemish in both
praised at-fite dollar. - . -
A. C. COEER,.*
March 20 tm -
ALL t1hose lndeltedttl aefle
themi properly attsted.
P 1- OttOW&4,
IORSALE at thl J
of R. T. Mrins, siist rate tle
OIL, at reduced prices~- AlsdTI~~l
NEATS FOOT OILS.