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Butler Lodge, No, 17, 1. 0, 0, F
A Regular 16eetingof thisLodge
will be held on Monday evening
next 7 o'clock.
A. G. TEA.GUE,-See'y.
April29 It 11
AN EXTRA Communication of
No. 50, A. F M., will be held at
their . Hall on Monday evening,
$he 3d May, at 8 o'cloek P. M.
By order of the W. M.
R. II. SULLIVAN, Szc'ay.
Apri . tf 13
Extra Fine Liquors.
30 DOZ. John Gibson, Son & Co. old Nee
t)U tar Whisker,
40 Bbls his Oli Eagle and superior Monon
Superior Pori Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tene
riff and Malaga Wine,
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Gin Cordial,
Lemnon Syrup, Cherry Brandy and all kinds of
Liquors, usually kept in Family Grocery Stores,
and will be warraated genuine, and of direct im
portation. S. E. BOWERS.
HIanburg,.April 21 tf. 14
FINE Stock of Pure Sperm CANDLES,
A rdaniantine, Star, Hull & 8ou's-a supe
rior article of Starch, blue and white,- Soap of
"+very description, Turpentine, Casteel, Family,
Also, Wooden Ware, Churns, Bnckets, Tubs,
- Broois, &c:, of all descriptions.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, April 21 tf 14
CHOICE stock (if BACON SIDES,
.A SHOULDERS, HANS, and LARD,
for sale by S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, April 21 tf 14
Bacon, Lard and Flour.
OR Sale for CASH ONLY, by
April 29 3t 15
2s i REG'NT CAVA LRY,
EDGEFIELD C. 11., April 2!6, 1852.
- IE Edgeield Squadron of CAVALRY,
T. will assnemble at Edgefield Court I louse, on
Sifurdayr the 15th of May next, armed und
equipped aks the law directs, for Drill and Re
-,view. Comniasioned and noni-Commiion.-d
. Officers 'will meet the day previous for Drill and
.The -Abbeville Squadron will assemble at the
-place selected for their Rendezvous on Saturday,
the 29th ofrlay next, armed and equiped as tie
law directs for Drill and Review. Conminis
sioned and noni-Conmissioned Officers will meet
- the day previous for Drill and Istruction.
B. y order of A. P. BUTLER,
Lieut. Col. Coammanding.
April 29 - 2t 15
L-7 The Abheville Banner will please give the
-above two insertions.
State of South Carolina,
J TIN .EQUITY.
U. T. Wright, Admn'r of
L4.[.Mundy','dee'd et al. (Bill fur . Mar..
* s. [shlzing' Assetts
(oreg LPentiand oihers) .~
SN pursuance.'fdheearder made-by Chan-.
rIi the Creditoja of the M1ercaintile firms of
PeniegeinTnetirWn-& -afundy, Dra.
nomr, 3limdy and'Anderson, Brannon.& An
dersadp md GW. E W. B. Brannaon, and of
thme individutals coniposIg thoseFii-ms,-are
hereiynotified theat they- are regn'ired' to np
pear before mwe inzy oyffice at Edgefield C.
HI., o ijday'-tbp.S8tt May next, h: order to
proyg ze -babi lh,-ir respective demands
uand that upfmi their failure to to do, they
wvillbledamrred-from all .shaere of the Assets
proposed to be manrshalled bay this snit.
* A. 81i1KIN$. C. E.E. D.
Comm'rs 01lice, April 28. 1552.
April 29 Gt 1
State of Souith. Carolina,
IN CO MMON P L EAS.
James A. Talbert,
es ~.Dcclar. in Atcn.
Wn B. Dorn,
- es Declar. in Altack'nt.
TV IE PL AINTIFFS in the above eases loav.
L.ing this day filed..their D~eclarations in nmy
Office and the Defendant lhave neitheer wife nor
A ttorney known' to reside within the limits of
this State on wkom a copy of said Declarations
witht a rule to plead can be served, on motion of
Mr. A-o s, Attorney for Plaintiffs,.Orderpd
that said -Di-fndanets appe~ar and plead to said
declarations within a year and a day from the
date hereof, or juidgment will be awvarded against
thenm by defaul. . BAO,. ..
Clerk's.Office, A pril 23, 1852. ly 15
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN OR DINARY.
B YIH. T. WRIGIlTr, Esq. Ordinary of
Whereas Theomas G. Key, have applie:d
to me for-Letters of Adniinstration, on all
~and singulare the goods aend chattels. rights
anid cre~its of Robit.. Burnell, Eliza Evans,
'Gradoek Burnellfatid Gennett Richards, late
of thie Disstrictafre-inid, deceased.
Tieess are, therefore, to cite and ad monish
all and sing'ular, the kindred and creditors of
the said. deceased, to be and appear before
me, att our rnext Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Edegield C. House
on the 14th day ofMny next, to show
cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, theis the 28the
day of April, in the year of ouer Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and in
the seveity-sixth year of American Indepen
dence II. T. WRIGH T, 0. E. D.
April 29 2t 15
*Brou.ght to the Jail
OFt this District, on the 25th April, a
Negro man, who says his namo~ is BILL
WILLIAMS, and that he belongs to Willis
Jones, who lives near West Point, Alabama.
Bill is a likely boy, about twenty-two years
of age, dark compleeted, 5 feet 10 inch. high.
- The owner will come forward, prove pro.
perfy,- pay-eharges and take him away, oiher
wise he will be dealt with as the law directs.
LEWIS. JONES, S. E. D.
A pril 2.9 . . tf 15
A LL persons indebted to the Estate of E. H.
-i Norris, dec'd., will please come forward
and make prompt payment, and those having
demids against said estate, are requested to
render them. in properly attested.
N. A. 'NORRIS, Adam'r.,
.JL~IA A. NORRIS, Admn'x.
-una & --4 3m1
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE FOLLOWINIG
Bacon. Lard and Flour, 'lustard in Boxes,
Beef Tongues, Capers,
Cheese, :Fruits in Brandy,
Pine Apple Cheese. Strawberry, Raspbury,
Mackerel, in Barrels and Blackbury Jams and
Kit*ts I jellys,
Salmon, in Kitts, Pick'd Sarsafrass, Strawbiry,
Fresh Salmon, I tiaspbury and Lemon
Mackerel, S yrups,
" Clamq, .Lemon and Lime Juice,
Sardines, 1-2 and 1.4 box Assorted Candies,
Pickled Pork, | Kisses,
" Beef. Bl'k and White Pepper
4 Shad, 'White Mustard Seed,
Porto Rico Sugar. Ground and Iace Ginger
Stewarts Coffee Sugar, IBermuda Arrow Root,
Superior Brown " Prepared Fauna, food for
Iar and Crushed I Itants,
Pulv'd and Clarified do -Colgate's Pearl Starch,
Java and Laguira Coffee Soda and Sal Aeratus,
Jamaica and Rio " Sal Sodaand Salt Peter,
Molasses, iTable and Sack Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adamantine,
Teas, I Tallow Candles,
Maccaroni and Vermi. Turpentine, Soda, and
cilla, Fancy Soaps,
Rice and Rice Flour, Blacking and Blacking
Soda Crackers, Brushes,
Boston do Wine and Stoughton's
Sugar do Bitters,
Jumbles& Ginger Cakes, Porter and Ale,
Layor Raisins, Olive Oil,
Currants and Citron, Castor Oil,
Maise, Nutmegs, Cloves, Wrighting Ink,
Pickles ad Ketphups, Segars and Tobacco,
Pepper Sauces, Tubs, Buckets and Pails
West India Preserves, Willow Baskets,
Ginger do Brooms, &c., &c.
A diled to the above, is a general assortment
of WINES, CORDIALS and LIQUORS,
all of which will be sold LOw FOa CAsI, by
110 LLINGSWORTH1 & NICHOLAS.
April 29 tf 15
Ti Subscriber will onffir for sale on Tues
Id -, the 4th of May next, and the day fol
lowing, all the personal property of Charles .1.
Glover, dee'd., which may not be sdd previously
by the Sheriff. A mongst the property will be a
number of likely Negroes, Stock of all kinds,
I fouseliold and Kitchen Furniture, Wagons,
Carriage and other articles.
Terms made known on the day of sale. The
sale will take place at the late residence of the
JOILN RAINSFORD, Adm'r.
April 15 St 13
T TIE Estate of Joseph Murphy, dee'd., being
left derelict, I will proceed to sell at the
residence of Mr. .Jerry Seigler, on Thursday
the 6th of May next, the personal property of
mid deceased. consisting of one Shot Gun,
Sadadle and Bridle, Trunk, Cluthing, &c. Ternms
A11 those indebted to the Estate will make pay
nent by the above tinie, and those having de.
nands will present them in legal form.
11. T. WRIGlT, Adni'r.
A pril 22 2t 14
T UST received a choice lot of TEAS, from
J the Philadelphtia Tea Company of a superior
quality, warranted or no sale. Ilyson, Gun
powder. Imperial and Black of every descrip
ion, put up in small pack::ges, for family use.
For sale by S. E. BOWERS.
Ilatburg, April 21 tf 14
Molasses and Syrups.
NOW Rheeivinag a -large Stock elioice Cuba
11MOLA SSES, and Georgia and New Or
eans SYR RUPS. $g ; . BOW ERS.
Hamburg, April'21 tf- - 14
A M now receiving, tmy pring -stock of
SUG AR-and CQ FF EE, consisting of a
u lrior'rtiece of Brown Sugar, Clarified.
rushed and Lonf-Govrmnemt, Java and Rio
o'ee, of a superior quality.
S. E.' BOWEPS..
Ilamburg A pril 21 tf' 14
PERlSONS who have made application for
theirlBounty Land, through A. M. PhaiN,
sq., will call upon .losrsen A nasv. Esq., who
as charge of thre papers of Mr. PalN.
A pril 15 5t 13
T OLLED before mec by Temple Miartin, liv
king twenty--ninte miles North of Edgefield
. II., one lBAY MARE, fourteen and a half
nnds high, with black main and tail, five years
old ttnd appraised at sixty-two dollars and ffy
ets. L CULBREA TH, M. E. D).
Feb 28 mn4m* 8
A LL4 Persons indebted to the Estate of Jo.
1. seph Moore, dee'd., nre requested to make
nimiwdiate paymetnt, attd those having demands
against the estate will presenrt themi in due form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
ro THIRE, for the present year, a good
LCook, Washer and Irotner. Wages paid
nonthly if desircd. Entquire at this Office.
Marh 25 if 10
T IE Subscribers ha~ve now in store a large
and coomplete assoirtmient of BOLT'ING
CLOTIS, of the most approved brandls,
ci will be sold at greattly reduced prices for
cash. -A GNE WV, Fis H ER & CO.
Newberry C. HI. A pril 1 2m 11
T HE Partnership between Hitz & WARD
L..w iS dissolved by consent. John Hill
rvill continue the business, and will attend t6
the settlement of the- business of the late Firm.
March 26, 1852. dt 11
W THE Friends of Col. F. W. PICK
ENS, beg leave to present him to the people
of Edgaield; and of the Districts which may
be thrown with us by the. new apportion
ment, ats an eminently suitable person to
represent us in the Congress of the United
States.. Mr. BURT having positively declined
a re-election, it becomes our duty to select
his successor with care; and we respectfully
suggest that the experience and ability of
Col. PIcKEjIs shrould be again called into re
quisition upon the very floor where he has
hiteto served us so efficiently.
It is perhaps proper to add, on our part,
that this announcement is tendered withot
Col. P's knowledge or desire, and wvith no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
9W THE Friends of Capt. PRtESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as a candidate to
represent this Congressional District in the
next Congress, Mr. BUR having positively
declined a re-election.
This nomination, like another which apr
pears in this paper, wvas made by the friends
of Capt. B. purely of their own accord, with
out retferenco to his wishes on the subject
and wvithout the remotest design of forestal
ling pnblic opinion in his favor against any
Metcalf's New Iron-Front Stc
.LDRTCH & ROYAL, dealers in B O
hand the largest and most splendid aSS
LADIES, GENTSi BOYS, MISSES,
(For Retail,) of any other House in the Ci1%
H' Persons visiting Augusta will alw
fashionable articles to select from at our Nei
, ' Please give us a call and see for y
.~April 1, 1852. -
Brilliant Display of Jewelry.
IHAVE just received, in addition to my for
mer stock of JEWELR Y, a handsome as
Double and single Cased Gold Lever Watches
Anchor Escapement and Detached " "
Double and Single Cased Silver Lever "
Gentlemen's Guard, Fob and Vest Chains,
Ladies Chatalaines and Guard Chains,
" Gold Bands and Hair Bracelets,
Cuff Pins, Gold and Cornelian Charms,
Crosses, Loekets, Arrows. Buttons, &c.
Fashionable Broehes for Lailies and Gents,
." Ear and Finger Rings,
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Gold Pencil Cases, with and without Pens,
Silver Combs, Coral A rnmlets and Necklaces.
These articles I received direct from the Import
ers, are all waaNaTcE, and shall be sold LOW.
W. P. BUTLER.
April 15 tf 13
Spring and Summer Goods.
I [AVE received my usual supply of SEA
SONABLE GOODS, to which I respect
fully invite the attention of the trailing commu
nity. They shall be sold LOW, and to those
who wish to buy for CAsu, inducements shall be
offered. W. P. H(TTLER,
First Door East of Col Frazier.
Edgefleld, S. C., April 8 tf 12
Number of Papils entered since
Jani'y 9tla, Sixty-seven.
r HE SUMMER SESSION will commence
on the 20th of April. Pupils wishing to
enter the Collegiate Department, can then join
the regular classes.
The healthfulness of the Village. the excel
lence of the Teachers, the superiority of the
system of instruction, adopted in the diff'erent
Departments of the Institute. and the moderate
expenses, when compared with other Institutions
of as high a character, are among the causes of
its rapid increase.
The attention of parents residing in the Vil
lage and vicinity is called to the fact, that with
the commencement of next Session, a Depart
maent, preparatory to the Primary Department,
will be organized, (under the supervision of Miss
HELEN RAYMoND) for the oral instruction ofsmall
children. These little ones will have a room.
Teacher, and apparatus appropriated to them
selves. Will be taught the rudiments of those
studies which they will enter fully upon as they
become older, and thus save two or three years
of what is now considered as lost time to them.
They will also be taught singing and the rudi
ments ofrhe science of Music. Every alternate
half hour will be spent in the play ground, ~so
that they will exercise more in the open air. than
if remaining at home. The b.ect of this ar
rangement is to aceustom those who are to
becodie regularly connected with tho higher
lases of tdie Institute, to correct early training,
and habits fiipl~ine -Titu ""'"a *-n
117 For rte of Tuition and particulars cona
neted wmitli~ th~ finstitution,. see adlvertisemnenti
n another column.
C. A. RA TMOND, Principal.
WEW AND CHEAP !
T1 HIE subscriber has just received his Spring
Stock of new atnd
moig which may be. flinnd a beautiful assort
nent of Ladies' DrL~ss GoodIs, coniprising all the
late styles of
Berage, Berage de Laines and Tissues,
Real French Printed Jackonets, light fabric
nd very hanidsome.
Color'd and lilnek figured Silks: rich patterns
Mull. Book, .Juekonet, Swiss atnd Plaid Muslin
Ginghams, large assortment, and' cheaper
English, French and A merican Prints,a great
Real Irish Linens, Linen Drilling and Cot
French Herring-bone Drilling; Drab de Ete;
Casharet, Black and Culored.
All the styles of bleached aind brown Shirt
ings anid Shectings, from 3-4 to 12-4 wide and
heap as anyr one can desire,
Ladies' 1' rench worked Coliars and U~nder
Veils and Veil Goods ; ablnet Lacew, figttred
Thread, Muslin, Swissand Linen Edging and
Ladies, Gentlemen and Misses Gloves,
" and Misses Ilosiery, a great variety.
" Parasols and Fans,
Colognes and Extracts ; Toilet Powders and
Hooks and Eyes, in' boxes and on Tape,
Combs, large assortment,
Carpet Bags. Cotton Osnaburgs and Stripes
at Factory prices.
Ladies' atnd Children's Shoes,
This Stock has been selected with- great care
by an experienced buyer, and in style and quali
ty will compare favorably with any in Au
gusta. An examination is solicited before look
ing elsewhere. H .JCSN
Uamburg, A pril 21 . 6t 14
O-r REGIM ENT, S. C, M.,
RE DY CagEK, A pril1G, 1852.5
N OTICE is hereby given that the Offeers
and Privates of this Regiment will assenm
ble at their Battalion Muster Ground, armed
and equipped as the law directs, for Drill and
Instruction, on the dtiyu, time and places herein
The Upper Battalion will assemble at Shin
burg, on Saturday, the 22d of May ntext.
The Lower Battalion will assemble at Red
11i1, on Saturday, the 29th of May.
The Commissionted, Non-Conmnissioned and
Regt. Staff Officers will attend the day previous
for Drill and Instruction.
The Majors of each Battalion are charged
with the extension of these Orders. The Bat
talions ~will assemble at 10 o'clock A . M. A
full atnd compilete return of each Battalion must
be had by that time. By order of
Col. 9th Reg't.
N. B.-We hope that the Officers will have
a badgo of mourning on their arm on the datys of
Review, in memory of the death of Lieut. Col.
Bauss, our much beloved and worthy brother
Oficer of the Regiment.
A pril 22 6t 14
J UST Receiving a fresit supply of Pickles,
Preserves, Sardeins, Lobstcrs, Salmon,-Cit
ron, Raisins. Prunes, Essences for Cooking,
Freshm Mustard, &c. S. E. BOWERS.
ramburg, April 1" i 16
)TS AA Ne always 0
ND O00BTSA kSHOEl
yn fine a good St f te- finest aid mo,
v Store. -
290 Broad Ang-oda, Georgia
A RE now iok inpIdte assortment<1
...Rich'and El. i~ODS, whiel
they offer at1Wh and" il, New Yor
cash pries.- __nfliibh will be found
Rich Satin;ciS and' Wbot'oods, a nev
and beiiittt i" iDrsses. .
Embroidered Hern.i mi'tiful Goods, madl
of pure TwisteSidkt orghalesDresses.
Brocade Silks, of & h anre1lgant styles.
Plain Chanelionangspba dik.a of rich ani
Pure White Bro "-d I d.ilks.
Very rich Lighi a tiful article foi
Evening and ' iyD. w. -
Barege De s i es, Frenel:
Enbreidered n i Muslins, Swist
and Jaconet' MinUis,'n f'.-ta'rIetyi
Sriped and Plaid pinjpest'variety
Swiss and Jaeot1m=ii adtIsertings,
Collars, Cufrhin-dm -MderslEeves of new and
beautiful styles; -r:
Rich EmbroiderediMilin Capes and-Chemisetts
Rich Worked.-.Limerisk Jaed..Capes, Caps and
Undersleeves..-t. Ar, - -
Rich Embroidewg i.4neiiyC'ambri4e-Handker
chiefs, some veqj .
French and, Enil nai.lie A.dGinghams,
Blhaehed. and.? j116ijespuns.
Damask Naplini liins Hosiery and
With a great var eth' Goodi, to which
we respectfully inrit tlIe tfintion 6f the public.
March 17 9
Hearing is Belet Seeing Is
New Sprin' pdSummer
Z LIEVY-infosnitte eftizens of Edgefield
e and the-surrounding4euaitry; that- he is
now receiving .a .laloi,.and 'splendid selected
Stoek of SIIMNG -UMHMER GOODS,
and which for._CsAWsthe: defies competition.
The Stock consist,injit ofi
Rich Crape de.L ilk Qrenadines,
Rareges, an tiy are14 ef Robes,
A great variefy iui, fron 12A ets per
yard and upwards,
Calicoes of 200 Wirent patterns, from 20
yards for-a 4ollarian pardA,
French Gingha '1i 2 per vrd, worth
I.qj cents, -
BrownIIomespu 4aer one dollar &c.
Donnets, Laces A, Artificials,
* Tbs? ,Farg e.~
Rdady iI' Oloth ing,
Of every descriptioigternehihheAwill allow a
disount of42'I-2q eetsdr:Gasu -r
SHOES, BOOTS H~S~>UMBRELLAS
ofnwd ias Stock' of Fire
Screna, 'withPBo We~rt tsIi
es ilslf liisG~o AKPg!!R~ttia'-'they
can-bd had atiys1'7terhilaur litaliinnent.
Call and see and-beoisin'd? ~ --
. I7 N.' B.-,Coi-n,GBau ebuldal a gene.
ral Stoek of.Gru'eerieskptithatid.- -
Dirs s OeuPion,
r HIE business fordonducted -uider the
Lstyle of TitENT"& -1l1~~l 'for the pur
pose of conduciiig& UTT thieTowit 'of H1am
solveden the 12th iitait'bmuttual conisent.
- - - 'TfIM'A 1. TRENTi
T' ilE Subscrii~ethbg.iIA t return. lii
Ltha'nks to his boir Mdt,kpuliote e
rally.for their liber'al pitioihg at the Hotel for
merly -kept by TI'ent-d f-i~,and kioivni as
the Anicican Witel in th $wf of Hamliurg,
and would ask a far'the#e6nttndatme' of the
sami i feeling'alsaded'-6trifi pait, tli he'can
and will give satisfaction -to'afllthat may call and
exatmine the old stando:Tunesiubbad,dee'd.
The Untel beig-uituitdin-the most business
part of' Towna and. confsieti~so .tie South
Carolina Rail Rood and - gasta Depot.
Extra attention given teghe.hiadies apartment,
ad rooms keyt'fuz tha egeianaccomodationt of
Hambrg,nary ~ 5 .'6:G 4
Spann Hotel bOpened !
7IH ~E Subscriber having ordhased this estab
Klishment, begs leaventwryinnoune to the
District and to the. trateljwpublie g'enerally,
that Ito has this. daya ::tulin himself the
keeping Of- said-Hotel.
All that he can do to per issutmers
satisfied shall be done.
lie respectfully sollaits hire of pulblic pat
Chage sll'e~ ius a the' times
will admit. H3II~IUIET.
Feb 19 ''f
7Land to als i
THE Subscriber off id'ua hise PLAN.
..TA TJONoi TFor 'eelgabout 5 1-2
miles No'rth of Eefield rtjouse.
Thte Tract contains N' hundred and fifty
(950). acres, betreen .3 and~ 00 acres at
which are in woods.; anfidO eres of low
grounds. ' '~
On the p-rimis'Es ls a l'tigiag Tiouse.
Also, new and'comforfl fl 1oisma, go'od Gin
House and Stables, &e. >""
nother tract of Ifatit d iieEasjof
the above, contakiiinF1 )-rr
On this tract there are t 80-aores cleared
within the last 18 "inan bate~nce -Is in
woods, and -all good10 Gr6 ~~ain- -Land.
There are nome .negro .ad istables on
this tract. - f
. . d-. . D 1SON.
ALL those indebted te ,Etate of John B
.Logan, dee'dgar- net~'omake in
mediate lpayment, alTttl ngj demuands t<
present them properly at& t
:Feb19 - 5
A LL Personslr h jte-anip
payment, and an gi
said estate wdlpue4 prgperly atteste
New Spring Goods for '52,
AT my Store, near the-Court ouse, I have
?1. just opened a COMPLETE and general
Stock of all the
Varieties of the Season,
n which I respectfully invite the trading communi
ty to call and examine.
I would partienlarly invite the attention of the
Ladies to my rich selectionof
Embroideries in Collars, Chemi
t zetts, Iundersleeves, Capes,
And to my splendid Stock in Printed
LAWNS, SWISSES, JACONETS,
PLAIN 4. FANCY BAREGES,
And to a very beautiful lot.of
Embroidered Muslin and Silk Even
0 Prices (on credit until the first of January, to
f responsible and punctual buyers) to suit the
times. A liberal distinction made with persons
buying for CAI I
Mlarch 25 tf 10
TJ'IE Subsribers are receiving their usual
- sEupply of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
SHOES, &c., &c.,
which they will sell on as good terms as they
can be bought in the market.
At the Store formerly occupied by John Lyon
next to Dr. Teague's Drng Store.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
March 23 tf 10
Ready Made Clothing I
J L RICHARDSON & I C. McDONNALD
.AVE purchased of JOHN K. HORA the
. largest and most fashionable Stock of
ever offiered in this market. We have just open
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 fashionable Manufacturing
Houses in New York. We feel confident we
ean please any of our friends who way give us
a call, both in price and quality.
R[CHARDSON & lMcDONALD.
Hamburg, Feb 19 3m 5
Hamburg & Edgefield Pl'k R'd.
T HIS ROAD is now completed and opened
for travel froin the Cherokee Ponds and
Sweet Water to Hamburg.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six ho'rse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " " 4 " " "
Two " " - 3 is 9
Two " Carriages 3 " " "
One " " 2 "4 " "1
Horseback tra-ellers, " 1 " " "
Vehicles on meetiig, are ench. entitled to half
the PL ANK TRACK, and tise Drivers are re
quired to turn to the " RIGIIT P"
The public are respectfully informed that all
persons turning ut the road, and lea'jifg.it.with
ont paying Tull, are subjeet to a fine of Twenty
Tea dollar. reward will be paid by the com
pany, in each and every case,.for proof thait will
lend to the evition'ofo -any.jm- . ,11et4llatJIJ
the law, in endeavoringft'toid the pftyment of
.r-Persons travelling 'oaithe'Mattin To <en Road
towards Hamburg,-will find it tr% their advan
tage to turn off on any of the roads to the left,
and intersect-the Plank Road near Sweet Wuter
Chnrch or the Cherokee Ponds.
. .. . A.-KEN RICK, President.
Hamburg, hlatrch 15 tf -5
ME Wise's Hair Tonics.
TH ESE articles designated as No. I and No.
.2, used according to directions. will prove
to be sure prceientives of BALDNESS.
No I stays the Hair from falling off-leanses
the head from the worst Scurf or Dandruff, in
vigorates the Hair, and promotes its growth, by
rendering the Sealp healthy. No 2, is to he
used always after using No 1, and will give th
Ihair a beaut fully bright and glossy appearance,
renderinag it soft and pliable.
These. Tonies, it is confidlently believed will
fully meet the demands of the public, and sup-.
ply Fathers and Miothers, young i.dies and
Gentlemen. with all they cant desire, wish for,
or need as Toilet AXrticles.
The most satisfactory testimonials can he given
from Ladhies and Gentlemen in this village as
evidences of the great utility and success of
these Hair Tonics. -For sale by
0 . L. PENN, Aas-r.
Miarch 23 tf 10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BYH..T. WVRIGHT1, Esq., OrdInary o
Whereas, D. F. Strum, lans applied to
me for Letters of Administration, on all and
snular the goods and chattles, rig'hts and
cre~its of Wm,. T. Minter, late of the'Distriet,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish.
all and singular, the kindred and ereditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before mec
at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis
trit, to be holden at Edgefield Court House
on the 7th of Many next to show cause if
any, why the said administration should not
GIven under my hand and seal, this the
20th day of April, in. the 'year of our Lord
one thousanid eight hundred and fifty-two,
and. in the seventy-sixth year of American
Independence. I. T. WRIGHT, o, E. D.
A pril 22 . 2t 14
Ridge Land for Sale !
'T HIE Subscriber offers for sale his valuable
.- Tract of Land, containing Two hundred
and thirty-four (234) acres, lying on both sides
of Beach Creek, near the Coluimbia Road, and
adjoining lands of Capt. I. Ward, Janmes~be
Carty and other.
On the Tract is a good Dwelling House,
Kitchen, Smokc-houise, and all other necessary
out-buldings, with an excellent well of water.
-One hundred and twenty-five acres of the
above tract are cleared-nearly all fresh land,
and unider good fences. This Land is well adapt
ed to-the cultivation of Cotton, Corn and Grain.
Said Tract can be treated for on good terms,
between now and the last of October, but if not
disposed of by that time, will be sohl, at public
outry, at Edgefleld Court House, on the first
onday in November next. -
. . JOHN AM1ACKER.
Ridge, A pril 13 Gm 13
ALL persons having demands against the es
tate of J.' A. Perrin, dee'd., are requested
to render themi in to Capt. W, Harrison, as he is
nmy Agent during my absence from thu State.
- A. PERRIN, Admz'r.
Aptiti -. tf 11
P-AIR price will be given. for RAGS; (all
Cotton) by. . S. E. BOWERS.
Ua..,,rg, April 21 tf 14
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facia
-to me directed, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon.
day and Tuesday in May next, the following
property, in the following cases, viz: -
Lawrence, Myers & Co., vs C. J. Glover;
The Same vs The Same; Samuel Brooks vs
C. J. Glover; B. F. Gouedy vs The Same;
Various other Plaintiffs vs The Same,
The House and Lands attached where the
Defendant resided at his death. This is one
of the most valuable and beautiful residen
ces in the State. There is a very highly
finished Dwelling House with every necessa
ry out building. There are about five hun.
dred and (550) acres of land, lying on the
Beaverdam Creek, on which there is a valua
ble farm of about 300 acres of cleared land
in a high state of improvement. The House
and buiddings connected with it, will be sold
with about fifty (50) acres of Land, and the
other part of the land will be sold in parcels,
according to plats to be exhibited at the sale.
Also, one half of the Hotel and lot of
land attached, owned by the Defendant and
W. B. Mays, adjoining houses and lot of S.
F. Goode, John Lipscomb and others, in the
Village of Edzefield.
Also, one half of the Stable and Land on
which it stands, connected with said Hotel,
adjoining M. Frazier and others in said Vil
Also, a Lot of land used as a Garden in
said Village, adjoining R. T. Mims and others,
containing one acre more or less.
Also, two Offices in said Village, with the
land attached, occupied by Messrs. Bonham,
Key and Bauskett.
Also, a small tract of Land, containing
twenty-five (25) a-res, more or less, on which
is a good Grist Mill, adjoining Mrs. Mary
Tillnan, James Rainsford and S. Christie.
The above property by agreement of the
Creditors, will be sold on a credit until the
ist January next, with interest from date.
Bonds and two sureties, to be approved by a
Committee of the Creditors, to be given for
the purchase money. Titles not made till
the terms are complied with.
Also, Forty-five Likely Negroes, viz: Ann
and her 3 children, Mary and 3 children, Ma
ria and 2 children, Sinth and 1 child, Dafney
and 2 children, Ellen, Chain, Easter, Nicy,
Harriet, Margaret, Abe, Little. John, Big
John, Phil, Ward, Major, George Jennings,
George Tooty, Dock, Tom, Old Joe, Old
Tobe, Lake, Frits, Harp, Bill, Peter, Louis,
Minus, Edd, John, Andrew and Jack, amongst
which are three aood Blacksmiths, three ex
cellent Sawyers, Cooks, Seamstresses, House
Servants and field hands.
A!so, the gtoods and chattles belonging to
the firm of Firm of Glover & Mays, con
sisting of Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Linors, &c., &c.
The Terms of the personal property the
same as the land, except as to so much as
will pay the costs and some small judgments,
which will be required in cash.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
April 1. 4te 18
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
eins, to me directed, I shall proceed to
sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first
Monday in.May next, the following propero
ty, in the following cases, viz:
.John.Cothan (,s James H. Capehart; Jas
S .Harrison, bearer, vs the Same ; James
$h ad vstheSame; other Phaiintifla vs
hSiiis, ont~eg-a riiriiilfiryL Ann,
lified on as ibe property of. ths Defendant
Thos. J. Latimner vs Win. clly and M. I..
Geary; L. Suber, Agent, vs Thie name, the
House aiid Lot in the Towna 9f'Hainburg,
ocupied as a Shoe Shop by ths .Defendant
M. L. Gearty.
* Trm Cah.LEWVIS .JONES, s. E. II.
A pril 10 e4t .13
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA.
Jackson Covar and C. J Glover.
B Y Virtue of this Excution, I wIll pro
ceed to sell at Edgerield C. HI., on the
first Monday in Maty next, the Ilouse and
Lot in the Village of Edgefield, wvhero the
Defendant Jackson Covar lives, levied on and
sold ais the property of said Defendant.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Apri 84t . 12
State of South Carolinla,
John McKinne, James Jones
and Joseph J. Kennedy, IBill fo' 'In
vs ~ junaction, Acc't
The City Council of Au- Iand Ocnd Re'if
IT appearing to me that the Defendants are
.a body politic and corporate under the
lav of Georgia, and have no residence with
in this State, On -motion of Mr. CARnOLL,
Plaintiff's Solicitor, Ordered that the said
Defendants demur, plea~d or answver to the
Plaintiff's bill of Complaint, within three
months from the publication of this Order,
or the said bill Will be taken pro conf'esso
Feb 25 3m 6
Lanad for Sale.
T Would be glad to sell one hundred acres of
the tract of land on which I live. What I
propose to part with is all woodland, and pie
isely four miles from the Village, on the Co
lumbia Road-an excellent situation for a pleas
ant residence. A. SIMKINS.
Dec 10 . tf 47
ALL Notes due the Subscriber,- individually
Aor as Executor, are placed in the Bank of
Hamburg, for collection. Those indebted .will
please make immediate paymient.
Dr. .John M. Galphin, will act as my Attor
ney, during my absence from the State.
Dec 22, tf 7
LLpersonls indebted to the Assigned Estate
Aof John Tsyosare req-ested to--ha--emme
dirte payment, as longer indulgence cannot be
given, andimust not be expected.
Jan 1, 832 S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
ALL pesns indebtedtto the estate of Hlenry
. F emn dec'di, will conec forward
-inmediately and make payment and those hav
ing demands will render themi in properly at
tested. J. H. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
Jan3 .. ly. 51
A Lpersons indebted to the esiste of.Henry
. a dru, e'd., are requested to mialje
immediate-payment, and those having demands
wil present them properly attested forthwith.
WM. WA LDRU'M, Acldm'r.
Spring and Sbunme Good!
I. A. VANWJMLE,1.
NzxT DooR To GEOiGIA RAIL RoAD BAN,
THAVE now on hand and for ale a~eomplete
and extensive assortment of . , t
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
- tes, Casmerets, &c.,
For Spring and Summer use, which will be
made to order in a style of superiority and ele
gance. All who are in want of fine garments
and wish them to fit as they ought to fit -will
please give me a eall and satisfy themselves.
Ready Made Clothbig.
My Stock of CLOTIUNG this season ais ful
and large, comprising Cloth, Froekand
Dress Coats, Cloth, Cashmerett
and Drap D'EteaeScks, Bi'k,"
Satin -D'Chene Whit-e -
and Striped SilkSacks, Grass.
. Linen, Ponger Silk. and Brown
Linen Sacks, Black and Fancy Colored
Pants, Marscils Pants, and alargessortanint;
of Buff, White and Fancy Marsella Vests &c.
A large supply of furnishing articles, such as
Cravats, Gloves, Hosiery,. Suspenders,. Collars,
Silk, Gauze; Cotton and MAerino under Gar.
ments, White and Colored Shirti, &c.
OfPERF'UMERiY 4 PA&NYW RiCLES
All Goods in my establjli n'et'are of-the
srr QUALITY and will be sold-ijZIT
J. A. VANWMiKLE.
Augusta, April 1 f 11
New Spring Goods!
L ALLERSTEDT & WIMBELY. have're
ceived at their old stand, cornse of Globe
Hotel, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga, -a splendid
Fancy Dry' Goods,
Among which are-Figured and Plain Whjite
Louis Napoleon Capes and Collars,
Black Silk Lace for.Mantillas,
Needle worked Underaleeves and Cu
Jaconet and Swiss Trimings,
Linen Cambric Handkerohils,
Real Paris Kid and Twisted Silk Gloves,
Dress Fabries of the newest and ujost elegant
Styles and Patterns.
Printed Crape de Paris and Embroidered
Super Brocnde and figured tight Silk#,
Embroidered Bereges and Challys,
Rich China Striped and-plaid Silks,
Super Embroidered Labradors,
Rich French printed Tarltonsf
French Jaeonets and Portsmouth Lawnf
Scotch and Swiss Ginghams
French, English and Amieri~in,Pnts
And a most complete assortmetit- of domestia
Goods for family use.
11amilton 12A4 Sheeting,
Table Linen and Damask,
Irish and Scotch Toivellings, (#reat varlety,)
rish Linei and Bird's Eye Diaper,
Marlboro and Mariners Stripes -
Bed Tick Osnaborgs analcatory-ftripes,
A great triety. of Goods for Gtule4icfl and
Bove wear, Alof which they , oifu thb best
possible terms. Families vising tb.:Cig are
invited to call s d eiminihei Stil
hirill SPIoS~ ES r 1in
- ..AoN wsdn RF
R ach F tne andi W hit rodSilfo a
auprid mallyChecked aStrpe ume
Rieh Brocade Silks, for Ladles' Mourning Dre*
Superior Dlack Rlepa and Rich Figured Black
Silks, and Black- Nankln Crapes;
Rich Printed lBareges, and Barege ;DeLaines ;
Paris Printed-Crape de Paris, and Printed Gre
nadines, of new and splendid styles;
Superior plain White, lBlack and Fancy Colored
Crape de Paris;
Faney French Printed Organdies and Jaeonets,
of newv and elegant styles ;
Hoyle's Printed Lawvns, of beatltiftil styles, and
warranlted fat colors;0
A Large assortment of Fancy Glips,Laed, and
Ribbon Trimings, for Ladless Dtesses;
White Silk Fringes, for Ladies' Scarfs and Man
Plain and White Dlotted Swiss Maslihs, for La
dies' Dres'ses ;
Suprior White Cambries, Jaeonnets, Mtfli and
Nansook Muslin., of soft and beautiful finish;i
Plain White, Black and Fancy Cooe Bns
Lupin's Superior Black B3ombazines, and Black
Ladles' White and Black Lace Mantillas, of rich
and elesrat styles
Ladies' lKaek Silk Mantillas, (some for Mourn
Ladies' Rich Valenciennes Lace, and embroi
dered Malslin Collar';
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Undersiecet, of
Ladies' French Worked Chitnassetts, orrich and
elegant styles ;
Ladies' Emibroidered inew Cambric and Fieech
Lawn Hankerchiefs ;
Jaconet and Swiss Muslin Edging and inser
tings, a large assortment dLa,(gig
Real Valencennes, andTheaLe,(gig
Embroidered ldslihs, and Muslin Bands,-for
Ladies' Puff Cufis and undersleeves'
Ladies plaIn White, and Rich Emlroidered
Ladies' plain Wh'ite, Black, and Fancy Enmbroi
dered Grenadine Shawls;
Ladies' White and Black Emnbroidered -ae
and Fancy Grenadine Scarfs; . -
Ladies' elegant Bridal and Rich Spanisih Fans ;
Ladies' Carved Shell Combs, of new ana .beau
tiful patterns -
A ~vry large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's,
Youtih's and Children's 11taslery, of superior
slyle and mnaneinenure ;
Alexander's Kid, and Ladies' mnd Gentlemen's
Gauntlet Gloves ;
Superior Ginghams and prinats, of new and beau
Superior Irish Linens, Long Lawns, and 13 4
Supriof 8-4 and 10.4 Damask Dier reDa
mask Table Cloths, and Damask me;in.
Huliaback Diapers, a~ superidrartl6o
Extra Silk Warp French Black Cashmerettes,
and Single Mill French Black Cassimeres, a
choice and elegant nrtielo for" Gentlemen's
Summer wear; --
A large assortment of plaiia Wliite-and-Fa'ney
Linen Drllings, for Genitlemaan's5and'Youth's
Summer. wear. - -
Itr S. &a S. will contimie t recee, through
the season, by the steamers, the latest styles of.
Ladies' Dress..Goods, and other seasonachle ar-e
tieles Al eirStock has beeneetd~t
they feel assJc that thiir Goods wfgn~aw
The public are respectfully requested a call
and examinme the nssortment.
Apris tf 19 'i