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*"ARegr pia-Meetng of this rdg
hiikbe held on Monday 6veeinu
-,A. G. TEAGUE, See'.
SEd Id Beat Company,
4T T-EN TIOIN
- U are hereby couianded to b
Sias appear at. Edgefield Cor
J seWobc, oin Saturday, the 8th of Mai
istanti armced al equipped as the lam
'directs for Drill and Instruction.
.:By Order of
Capt. J. C. LOVE LESS.
Earri ot.Ae.; 0. S.
-.MNay 6 It 1G
.10O:u R EG.NT. INFANTRY,
MNAr Is-r, 1,,52.
1'IIE.LOWER BAT' LiOx of tis Regi
uent will assemble at Mt. Williiig, on Sat
Oraiy, the'.291th .a inst., armed ani equipe<
the law direets, fir Drill and Review. Ciim:
missoineed and Nonl Commaissionaed Officers wil
semble the day previous for Drill and Inistruc
Thse Upper fCattiliam will assemble at Towlic'
n Saturdatgethe ith or June. next. artned and
equiped asthejaw directsefior Drill ail.Review.
Commissioned anl Noni-C4onmissiso'ned1 ('Stlierm
will assemble therAnybprevious for Drill and in
- I. _AL-DEA N. Col. 10th Regtt.
May 65 16
exo REG'NT. CAVALRY. )
ELrlmtDo C. 11., May 3rd 15-2.
N Ptersuiatie- of Orders reeviveil frriu, 11riar.
Gens. J. W. GcYTox. :11 electioni will bee held
on Friday the 25th d4ay f .1 tnie iext. to fill tihe
vacticy easitoned by the resigition (of Cii.
T. W. LAMnIAM.
Each aeptain ir comnanding Oflicer of the
iiffirent Companies of the lieginent. will put
up at the rendlezvuts f their re.wpective Compe
nies, a nitice oif the above election, fortv lays
previoss thuereti, aned sorder to his assistulee. i% o
of his suhaelterns Officers, or ir there lie best one.
or nonte, such deficiency dnnsit be supllii d by
any inebther or members of the Comipnnyv hee
Imay appoint ; and tlese personse sal1l at (-.el otf
their respective? piees of parade, opeti aid hA.ld
it poll, from I i v'clek, A. M., to 3 'elsek. P.
M. The .Vanagers, or at least onie ol themu fromi
enela plaec of eietioin, are required to ieet at
l.oenemire's on the 26th of Junie, (the dav fi
Iavintg) count Lice vtesits, declare the eietioen and
certify the same to fBria. Gen. J. W. Guviton.
Mlaj. Martins is charged with the extelision (of
this order to his sqtundrtin.
A. P. UTLER.
Lieut. col. Comminanicding.
hLT The A bhleille Banner will give the. absosve
thtree insertions, and forward iis accouit to this
Ellegant Toilet Requisits.
Each. of In fallible Atribttes.
P OV LAND'S MACASSA 01L. for noir
It isling; preserving and beautilying the Lt
IOWWLANP'S KALYDOR.-For the. Skin
and tcnipexion- n oriental Halsanic prepara
tion perle Alf ffreeron all ninerval adnisture.
ht is itinguished-fe rits extremely3 bilihd, puri
finlg and'so. tlesee-firets oen ttiskiniret tu~et
ally diiljugall &equcsTais Tuhiplhs, Siots.
ROW .D'S .;QTQO' OJxP 1E AR L
DENTR .---A-. ,efite 'Phwder, .Com
poun~ldeh (:~eter-t un'a~ mpst reielese mngre
dlients ithie rientl al: ,st sitnstiable value
in preirftaid beautifving the Teeth atretegth
elsing the'guea and redering the breatic sweet
The seave airtic~ele it haenore to hanid, and
are for snle by
G. r. PENN, AGEST.
ManyG0 tf ' ii6
STATF O.F SOUTH CAROL1NA
. EDGEFll ED DISTRICT. -
Wmi. Aller.: .
I3Y Virtue of a wvrit of Fieri Fasciaes, tic
me directed, I sheall prioceed to s.ell in
lice Towif nC l hesbrg, oin Friday. the 21st
seven B:d~e oif Cottone.
* LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CARIOLINA.
.- .LY.COMMON PL EAS.
ifr.LIA M1 MIlLLER, who is in the custodly
Yof thce Sheritrof Ealgeflid District. by
.virtue of .two writs of Copeias adt Salisfacien
dlam, ast. tihe -suits respectively of George .1.
Weaver. & Co., cad Wilsona. Young & Coi..
having filedl iln nCy selijee, toegetheer witls a .hd
tile, on -oath, eef his statie nssd efleets. is. petihione
to thce Court of Cnnmaon Please, pcraycing that he
msay bo admcittedl to thee benehit sof the Actse of
the Genei-ad Assembly, mile ihr I:be relief osf
hiesolvedI I4cters. It is oirdered tha~t the ash
G~eorge J. Weaver & Co. antd thec said W ilsonc.
Yousng&.C. and all othier Creditors to cwhome
thew saieill Mille r is inc anywiee inedebeted,
ice, and, they are herebg seUmmolened. need 'eaec
neotiee%, appear before the said Comurt at Edge
field Ciurtllouse on the Grst Moneday isn Oto
ber get . sheow rause, if ancy. they can, why
thce praygr' of the pcetiion aforesaid, should ncot
TilOSE G. PACON, C. E. D.
Clerk'*-Glce, Mla3 3, 183..
May 6. . -. m ~. 16
L~ i.V-reos indebted to thee estate of Wme.
. 11il. ee'<d., are reiu'eseed to,- make
paymetanld- those hcavinig demcands aegainst thce
samne to- present them properl- attested to the
Wal..J. WA LKER, Adm'r
Ma o 6mi' 10
STATE OF S;OUTH CAROLUNA.
EDGEFlE LD DISTRIGT.
BY H. T. WRIGHIT, Eseq. Ordinary of
Wherea Thomas ,G. Key, have aipplied
to ne foi- Ltters of A dministration, on all
aqd sinsuhar the goods and ehattels. righa.
and eritaaef David Burnell, Ehiza Lewis
';radock Bornell anid Gennectt Richards, late
of the Diatrict aforesnid, deceased.
Trhessfucktherefore, to cite and ad monish1
all and-singuimr, the kindred sind creditors ol
the sa~d decasedi fo be and appear befort
mne, at"6ui n6iVrdinary's Court for thd~ said
Distr~t behoTdiiat Edegfield C. Hlouse
on. thi&.4ti! diiy:.on-Mnsf fext-, to show
canse, if ~af, why'thce said -administraioi
abould not besgranted'
Givenundersnyhanda seal,this~the 28tli
tlay oC'Aprih, jn th1e yenr of our Lord one
thousae4.eight hundred. aid fifty-two, and-fri
the segecnty-sixth yeatr of Amerienn Iedejnen.
dence . H. T. WRIGHT, o. 3. D.
Ari 29n on o 1
SBaconCorn, Mackere, &s.
a -E Subscriber has no i on hand an4 ri
edving in Sor", -
100;M0 lbs. Primeencon Sides.
S,100 lbs Choice Flaws and Shoulders,_
10,000 lbs Prinec Lard, in barrels and kegs,.
- ,500 Busi Prime White Cijrn,
10 Bblie No 3 Maekerel
1,000 Kegia~sorted Cut Riails and Spikes,
75 Baes Gunny Bagging,-also Dunde
175 Bags Prime Rio and .Old Whito Jar
25 flids. Prime Porto Rico, Muscovad
and Claritied Sugars,
15 Bbls. Loar, Crushed and Powdere
40 Boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Hull
20 Boxes hew priced Tobecco,
300 lbs Good Feathers,
14) BaLswCoitton Yarn, assorted,
25 Bales No-] Osnaburgs and Stripes,
50 ioxes Window Glass,
5,0110 lia No I Extra and Pure White Lend,
10 Bble Linseed and Train oil,
.5:Bbls Choice Lamp Oil,
75 Illhds Prime Cuba Miolasses,
70 Bbls di New Orleaus Molasses,
1,000 Sacks Salt.
. do tine Tahle Salt,
21 [loxes .Jackson's Turpentine Soap No
2,000 lbs gooed and damaged Sole LAthder,
25 Kegs Gun Powder,
25 Kegs Blasting Powder,
Also,, Shot and Len1, Rice. Coperas, In
die'i, Rock Lime, Plaister Paris, Cooking Ai
T*igt Stores, Grinlstoene, &0.
A good Stock of Men's and Boys Saddh-s, Wag
gnc Saddles. Whips, Bridl.,.
Goutpo1wilere, Imperial and Black and Ilysoc
fens. lustari, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Al
-e mndI, Segars, &c., &c.
An assortment of Woioden Ware, consistipe o
secwing!! andei Sitting Chairs, lanrge Cane-ent
Iocvkinjg Chairs. Large Arme Chair. Chil
dlrent's Chairs, (if various paternis, Patenet Cy
linder and Common Chu.n, fron and Bras
pounl Binckets. iron meonnd Tubs. BIreis
and liinese, Children's Wheele-orrows. and
Toy Waogonts. I lalftBushel Aiensures,-Willow
Wnegien, Cradles and Clothes BInkets, a
W iolesale or Retail by
IThnimerer, May 4. 18.52. 3t 16
0' Erskine Miiseellany,. Liureusrille Ile-rald,
Southern Patrieit and A bbeville- Ilk-iner, will givt
four insertionis anid fiorward. Bills.
To the Public!
IIE Publie are advised not to trade for i
note given.. by meee to Mait Colem,. lated
se46 ine lm in areh and payable abeout Octoiber
next, for twei hunedred and thirty-five dollars,
as the coeeleratioin for which the note jwas
given les f.iledI and I determseine to resist iay
menclt. L.OD 111li1.
May 6 3t - 16
Extra Fine Liquors.
0A DOZ. GJhn Gibson, Stiln & Co. old Nee
;)U tar Whiskev,
40 illils his Old Eagle and superior lojon
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tene
riffand ilalaga Wine,
Jamiiea Rum. -Holland Gin, Gin Corelial,
Lemn Syrup. Cherry irnly and all kindsof
Liquors, usually.kept in Faiily.Grocery Stiores,
and will be warrauted genuineand tot direct imee
portation. ' . S B: E.IWE1.
\F~ins ~tock of.Pmre speds C:ANDL ES,
C cdaantje. Sta~r, hull .m'-spe
i e a rtcefe of Scierce, bluii niid~ wiite,- Soaip or
eery deseciptiuni Turpdntiine, Ceateel, Fancily,
Also . Woden -Ware, Churnee,-Bucets, Tubs,
llroomsee, &e., of all descripiones.
S. E. 1NOWERS.
lneamburg, April 21 tf i4
SLL persons inde-bted tee the Assigned Estate
1 oef.Johne l.yen acre requested tee mcake-inmceee
dirte pays~nent. u loncger indeulgenece camecot be
griven, anid eeulst neot be expectd.
S. F. GOO1DE. A ssignee.
Janc 2T, 1852 if -1
~iLL ersons indebted to te estate of lienry
SF.~l-'rceemn, dee'd., will eee' foirwnrd
in andwl eanr them in: properly at
Ja 3 ~ec 1y 51
. LL~ persons inedebtedl to the estate of H enry
1 .Waldtrume, dee'd., are regested to make
imienediate p.yenet, and thoseee heaviceg dkeands
will peresent themi properly attestedl firthewith.;
WMA. W ALDRU iM, A dm'r.
Dec 25 - * . tf 49
.j THIE Friend. or Col. F. WV. PlIK
IENS, begr leave to peresenct im to the people
of Edgeleld, and of the Districts which may
be therowen'withe us bf the new aepportion
enct, as an emcinently suitable person t'o
represenct us ine lice Congress of the Uneite'd
Staetcs. MIr. Ben-r heavineg poasitively declinced
at re-election, it becomees our diuty to select
hissuiccessor withe care; aned we respectfuelly
sueggest thcat thce experi-ence aced abilily of
Col. PIeCKE.NS edould be agacin.elled ineto re
qucisitioee upon thce very floor where ice kene
hiti herto served us so efliciethy.
It is pe-rhaps proper to add, on our part,
that theis anneounccemenit is tendered withoni
Col. P's knowledge or desire, and withe no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
.P TiE Frieneds or Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce hime acs a ennedidate to
represent this Congressional District in the
next Congress, Mr. Bun-r baving positively
declined a re-eetion.
Tihs nomination, like another which ale.
pears in this paper, wvas made by the friende
of Capt. B. purely of their ow~n accord, wvith
out reference to lisa wishes on thce subject
and without the remotest design of forestal
ling public opinioni in his favor against any
TUllE Subscribers leave now in store a larce
Iand complete assortment or BOL T1NC
CLOT.S, of theo most approved brands
whcich will be sold at greatly rrdhucedl pnices foi
cash. AGNE W, FISII ER & CO.
Newberry C. II. A pril 1 2 m i
T O IRE, for the present year, a gone
Cook, Washer and Ironer. Wages pai<
nmonthcly if desired. Enquire at this Office.
Miarch 25 tf 10
J UST Receiving a fresh scspply of Picklee
tPreservcs, Sardeiqe, Lobsters, Salmon, Cit
ren, Razisins, Preu, Essenees for Cooking
Fresh Mlustard, &c. S. I!.. 1'OWERIS.
Bpging and Summer Goods I
J. A. VANWIlNKLE,,
r-Nrx Done -o CeoataA RAIL ROAD BAY,
It .\VE DOw on hand and fur. sale a completA
ad extensive asortiment-of
Oloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Dral
For Spring anl sntnier use, which' will ba
maande to order in it style of superiority and ele
Imee. AlH who are in want of fine garnenh
alea wish them to fit a they ought' to fit wiil
please give me a call and satisfy themselves.
-Ready Made Clothing.
My Stoek of Cf.OThiIG this season is fil
and large, comprising Cloth. Frock and
Dress Cts. Cloth, Cashnerett
and Drap D'Ete Saeks, 31'k,
Satin I)Chene White
and Striped Silk Sacks. Grass
Linen. Ponger Silk and Brown
Linen Sacks. Black and Fnney Colored
Pants, Starseils Pnnts.nnd a large assorti'nt
of Buff, White atndl Fancy Mtarseils Vests, &c.
- A LSO
A large supply (if furnishiny articles, sench am
Cravots. Gloves. laisiery. Suspenders. Collars,
Silk, Gai.e, Cottn anl Meriuno under Gar
ments, White. and Colored Shirts. &e.
And a Fine Stock
OfPERPUMERY 4- FA.NCY ARTICLES
All Gnsal in nmy establishiaent are of the
BE-T qUALITY and will be sopld right.
J. A. VANWINKLE.
Augumta, A pril 1 tf -11
New Spring Goods!
I A LL.RS iT lT & W l El ER Y bi have re
ueived at their told stand. corner (if. Globe
Ileitel, llroad -Pitreet, Augusita, Ga, a splendid
Fancy Dry Goods,
Anonr which are-Figurd and l'Plain White
Louis Napoleaon Caies and COfllars,
ilaek Silk L.aee fir Mantillas,
Needle wirked linderslevi-s and Ciaffs,
Jleanet ana Swis Triiainas.
Linen Camiabrie -1 landkereliefs.
Real Paris Kid an.- Twistel Silk 0Glove,
Dress Falbirics of the lewest and amost elegant
Stles ad Patternsta,
Printed Crape de Paris anal Embroidered
Super Irocade and figured Light Silks,
Embroaidered ferevs anl Challys,
RiA Chian Striped and plaid Silks,
Super Fambroidereda I.nbraditrs,
Rielb French printed Tarlitons,
Freneli Jactonetswmd Portsmunath.Lawn,
Scotch aand Sdwits Ginagamas.
Frencla. Enaglihi and A aierienan Prins.
And4 a iost eomplete assortmtent of doncstie
Goods for fainily use.
Ilamiltoan 12-4 Sheetinag,
Table 1.11inena and Dalmnk,
Irish ail Stch Toowellings. (grent variety,)
'Irish L.inen a i lird's Eye Diaper,
Miarlbora-anl 11lar'ters Stripes,
Red Tick Osniaburgs anl Factory Stripti,
A great. variety of G(stios for Gentlemen and
Boys wear, all iof whiel' they offer on the best
po'ais ble termis. Fnamilieio'v sitinz the City are
invited to call anoaexamnitra their Stoek.
- April 1 .... St . . 11
3 - +- -A- ?rretas. --
Baron. TLardland Flur, Mustard in Boxes, -
Bee r Togues,-.: ..- .. aper.p~
Clieese. ~ Fruis in Btrana,
Piane A pplea Cheesc;' -'Stenwherry, Rspbnr.
Macekerel,-in Barrelsand Black bury Jams ad
Kitts,- . Jellya,
Satlmnn in Kitts, Piek'dlSarsafrass, Strawlinry,
Fresh'l Salmon. . Rtiaphury andl Lemanua
."- Mackerel, .Syranp.
" (iam, Lemnatu and Linae Juice,
Saraine<a, -1.2 and 14 box asorted Candies,
Pickled Pork, I. " KIanes,
S Beef, tBl'k and Wije Pepper
" Shand. !Whiie antard Seed,
Porto Rico Suagar, (Ground anad Race Ginger
Stewara'Cofliee Sugar, (Hlermnuda Arroiw Raoot.
Suape-rlar Browni " IPraared Fanntta, foit] for
Loaf andl Grtished " jluatants.
Pualv'd and Clatriled do :Coilgte's Penrl Starch,
Java anad Lagaira Coaffe.Sodla and Sal Aerattus,
Jamaica and Rio "a :al 80aandi Sala Peter,
31olauses. . Table andl Sack Salt,
A teral assoriament of Sperm, Adamaniatine,
Te'aas.. ta Talloiw (7aales-,,
Macaaca nai n Vermni- Tirpaentiaae,. Saoda, and
eilla. Fancey Sonaps.
Rice- anal Rice Flour, Blackitig 'anad Blackinag
Soda Crackers, Eirnsbeas, -
B hostoan tdo Wine anit Stoughatan's
Sugar do 1 ittera.
.ainmbles& ( ini~er Cakes, Poarter andl Ale,
Layaar IRnisiats, Olive Oil,
Cajrrantsa anad Citron, Castaor Oil,
.iiise, Nauame-ga, Cloves, Wrighaig lIk.
P'ickles and Keachaups, Segarat anal Tobacco,
P'eppear Sanucea, -Taubs, Bucaketsa and Paila
West Indiia P'reseri es, Willaow Basketus,
Ginger . .ado Biroomts, &c., &c.
French-l .laaatard, I
A daled tao the above, isi a general asasortmenat
of WINES, CORDLiLS anal LIQUORS,
all of whtich will be sai a.ow Foe Ctsaa, lay
1IO0AllNCSWORTIlI & N ICIIOLAS.
April 29 tf 1->
T UST ree-ivedl a choaice lot of TEA S, from
e. thaelPhiladelphlia Tea Coanaiy of a suiperimr
qauality, warrtante.d or ino usale. Ilysonu, Glun
paawder, lamnperinal anad llhaek af eve-ry ahescarir-,
tion, put uap in taniul pnaekages. fair famnily use.
For sale by 8. E.~ BOW ERUS.
JIamburg, A pail 21 if 1 4
Molasses and Syrups.
NTOW Receiving a large Sioek choice Cuba
MOL ASSES, anad Georgia anda -New Or
leatas SYR UPS. 8. E. BOW ERS.
Ilanmhurg, A pril 21 if . 141
Sugar and Coffeec.
IA M now receiving nmy Spring stock of
1SUOA R anad COFFE E, consistiang of a
suaperior tartile. of Parownt Sugiar, Cltaritiedl.
Crusheda and Lamf-Governnst, .Java anal Rio
Coffee, of a superior quality.
S. E. Ed'WERS. .
lanaburg. A pril 21 tf 14
P ERSONS who lavce miadec application for
thetir Bounty Lanad, throught A. M. Psaar,
Esq., will call uapon .aigg.Pn ABNr.Y. Esq., .whlo
has charge of the papers of Mr. Pr'aea.
April 15 5t 13
TLE T) before nme by Temple Miartin, liv
ing twentty-ninie mtile's North of Edlgefiehld
C.I., oaae AYMAttE,forenadahf
hand. haigha, witha black main anad tail, five veuars
old and appraised at sixty-twco dollars anad fifty
cents. L. CUL BRE ATUI, M. E. D.
Feb 28 1m * a8la
I4LL~ Persons itndebtcd to the Estate of Jo
..tl - sephaMoore, dlee'd., are requested to tanke
immediate payameant, and those haavang demands
aga'nstitlie estate will present thaem ina due form.
E. PE~NN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 if -.4
Bacon, Lard and Flour.
.EOR Sale for CASh ONLY, by
Apri 22 FR. 'E'.
A LDRICIF & RO Y 1
A hnd the hia t ed
LADIES, GET SS
(Fort-Retail,) of an r.0 eCi
8%"Per.<ons', ill al.
fashionable nrticleato h frt orNe
" Pens-A6e ii f r y
April 1, 185.:
Brilliant Dispa e ry
ITAVEjust recve tion t for
liter stock of lymdiin ads
surtmentof- " ir
.Double and single JAvgr; atche
Anchr Esenp ^ tabeR4'
Double unid Siigle C er "
Gentlemen's Guara, . . .a ..
Ladies Chilaines and ~i'dits~
" Gold Badrds
Cnff Pinx, Gold. aid
Crosses. Lnokets. AV.ii
Fashionti~bel1roel1oh A Eared Gnts,
Fir 3'n r Ofig~l
Go*ild and Silver Thirbohasv. -ryj
Silver Coiiibi e e.
These artieles I reedi-rtirjinihelmpot
er, are all wARnAaaTD, -.ahnl156i Low.
Spring an-d ctiGfe s.
SIA VB received myv P51,._ .Ally of SEA
SON ~ ~~ Air li 001 wh I respeet
fully invite the attibutin1. 6ji:Etradicommu
nity. Thiev-shiall be sol W U to. those
who wilsh to bny fo':C- all6aegntslsll be
-First D i r f zier.
rjITE tubseriber h jeeied laid Spr ng
Stock of new-and .
among which maysbe fowu'd: p-beautiful- assort
Itenst (if Ladies' ress Gepdgeonapising all.the
late styles fo
Ber'-re. lkrnff e f!iuc a isses,
TlReal French 1Prirtd'*fUmetspIiliht -fabric
and very handsome: . 4 :m
Colorid and iack 5ilks: richpatterns
Mull. Bosik, Jaeko $ mand Plaid Muslin
Ginighams, Lhe arsfooi 'jAad cheaper
Englisht, French uniAmieneau Piints, a great
4el Irish Linens,-iaen iling and Cot.
tonades. ; . .
French Herring-bone-DT)ing; Drabde Ete;
Cashimaret, Black and Coloria.
All the styles 4of bleciWce ,lbrown- Shirt
ings and Sheeti.s, frin 34 to 12-4 wide ani
celiap ts any 0nie cimett'si
Ladies' French. wurk e ams1 Under
Vril and Viii o a t aices, figured
alsd Plain, '. -.
Thread, Muslin Swisda ia iiiEdging and
asdes, Gentlemen apyes,
" a sd s.s, i vfarieyi
4C'slognes and'ExtraaspTdlet- Powders and
.Tilvt Soaps... -
(!re asCottz 9u nd tripes
LAsits' iid Childlretsl'n Acsje -
~TJis S'touk~hnas he..enfbit1h-great care
by al experi neshajyi atyhin styk'yand quali-,
ty wilL con.ta- faverj>14.,with aug m h Au
nuatn. Ai erViato.t olleste befire look
ing elsewhere. t a- -
* - I~..,WJAGKSON.
I~amburg, A pril 21 *, t 4
9-rn REFGl.\f E , S..C. al.
~REDY CaEEa apyil 16,10 2
ORDEARS, N'0-th er
NOTICE is hereby given.a thef er
an rivptes sif this RI it'ei't will nesemu
ble at their lBattalion Must Gi'undh,..armaed
and equijspedi as the law sdir<4t*, 11r Drill and
nstructioin, on the days, timn and places herein
The Upper Battalion will- ' . ile at Shin
burg, on Saiturdaiy. the 22d cc ay~R next.
The Lower Battalion- will ~q.able at fled.
l11ll. rcn Satusrday. ths 29th- dy; -
The Commissiomed. Nsin- . :iiisied and
Regt. stair Officers will attenIthe-.day previous
for I )rill and'instrutiosn. ..
Thne Alajors sof ennh. Battal' n ,'.re .chairged
witha the extenssion or tiee Orderi. Th-o t-u
talions will assemble at 10 6kA.'16f A
full and escimplete return of t tatsldiod must
be had by that tine..- By o.ril ~ . . r4
N. fl-Wc - .ltliRog't.
N.i- ehope thatfthe' e'r'will Iave
a badge of mou~rnini ontheir Alftis tie davis of
Review, in memcory of the del~of Lient. Col.
lnuysos. our muach beloved an&'worthy brother
Officer of the Regiment,* , . 11
Aril 22 1
Enorrar.n C. l.i-A pE 6'18.2.
'J'IIE Edigefield Pquatdroni~ CAVALRY.
Iwill asisemible at Edgofieli .lrtlouse, on
Saturday the 15th 'ofrnay.danid
eqippied as the law directs, ~al~ij ~d Re
view. Commciasioned and usConiwsionsal
Offiers will meet the. ay pri CfiDrill and
Instruction. - -
The A bbeville Squad.on ~v se~nl at tho'
place selected for thi'ii y
the 29th of SMay next, arm'ed i~u,~ as the
law directs for D)rill and R .CiConnins
sionedl and non-Commnissioned i me
the day previoius for. Drill-an .to.
By order of 'A~ . 31R
A pril 29 -2 i . .14
0J7 The. A bbeville Dan g s~zve-itcy
above two imsertions.
~1Y Friends and custonar.i~n ein
IIthe house below He lli K~b~.iehn.
las, and as usual will make (ooFdKdir
Fine brees Boots... .:7 00
do P'ump Boots.. 8 O
do Double'Sole Wer .9 00
.All other kinds of wgcrk.4At T ce.
Excellent Work, good Fife iipitsye
guarantied to all thosa that n mei~~h
a call. 6X Y
Janw 29 . tf1 D '2
A LL Notes due tho Subserlls iedvidtim1fl
Aor as Executor, are plaq4 ank ol
Iamburg, for colledtion. Tbw ' tM will
plas mnako imrniediateppymnb~Y~
ney, during nmyabsence froh .'.
De 23, 7 .)
TOCE itoek "o7
A 09DEa, 28 y
for salerby Apj 1 . :- ~ L
ire- Oppote the Masonic Hall,
0-T'S A N D H O E S,. have always on
ortinent of -
D CHILDRENS BOOTS & SHOES
:aya fine a good Stock of the finest and most
Gm 11 -
RICH SPRING DRY GOODS,
490 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
RE now receiving a- emplete assortment of
Rich and Eleant DRY GOODS, which
they offer atWholesale and Retail New York
eash pries. Anmong whieh.wTill be found
Rich Satin, Plaid, Silk and Wool Goods, a new
and beautitul article for Ladies' Dresses.
Embroidered I lernena, a beautiful Goods, made
of pure Twisted Silk, for Ladies' Dresses.
Brocade Silks, of rich and elegant styles.
Plain Chamelion and Chene Silks, of rich and
elegant styles. .
Pure White liroesle and Watered Silks.
Very rich Light Silks, a- beautiful article for
~ Evening and Second-day Dresses.
Barege Deaines. lareges and Tissues, French
Mulin and LAwns.
Embroidered and Dotted Swiss Muslins, Swiss
.. and Jaconet Musmlins, in great variety.
.Sriped and Plaid Muslins, in great varitty,
Swiss and Jaconet Triunings and Iusertings,
Collars. Cuffs and Undersleeves, of new and
Rich Enbroidf-red Muslin Capes and Chenisetts
Rich Worked Limerick Laee Capes, Cape and
-Riih Embroidered Unen Cambric Handker
chiefs, soine very fine.
French and .Englishi 4alicocs and Ginghams,
-Ilenehed and Brown ltonespun*.
Damask Napkins and Towelling, Hosiery and
With a great varety of other Goods, to which'
we respectfully invite the attention of the public.
larch 17 - tf 9
Hearing Is Believing, but Seeing is
New Spring and Summer
0 0% D S !!
7 LEVY informs the citizens of Edgefield
. and the surrounding country, int he is
now receiving a large and splendid selected
Stock of SPRING . SUMMER GOODS,
and which for Cnz.PxEss lie defies competition.
The Stock consists, in part, of
Rich Crape de Laines. Silk (Irenadines,
Bareges, an entire new article of Robes,
A great variwty of Aluslins, fron 121 ets per
yard and upwards,
Calicoes of 200 different patterns, from 20
yards for a dollar and upwards,
French Ginghamus,-at 121-2 per yard, worth
Brown Homespun, 30 yds'for one dollar, &e.
Bonnets, Laces, Ribbons, Wreaths, Artificialts,
Tabs, Parasols, Fans, &e.
Ready Nade Clothing,
of every description,- on whieh he will- allow a
discount of 12 1 -2- cents, for Casu.-. -
SHOES, OOTS, HATS & UMBRELLAS
- agaring for iges,
of new designs. Also a be'autiful Stoek of Fire
Sorand, with Bokra-rs to ilmateh;~~
Hfe will -setl his 4daClE APEit than thicy
can he hadl at any othier similar Establishment.
Call and-see anfd -be convinced.
N.brr C. H., Mlarcha 20.. 8 t 11
11 ..B.-Coirn. Bacemn, Meal, and a gene
ral stoek of Groceries kept un-hand.
'IlE business formerly conducted under the
Astyle of TRENT & SMIlTH, for the pur
pose of conducting a inotel in the Town of llamn
burg, known as the A merican Hotel, was .dis
solved on the 12th intstant; hy mutual consent..
- TIIO.\AS II. TRENT,
ISA AC S~l.\T. -
T HE~ SubscriLer begs leave to 'return his
't thanks to his boarders and the public gene
rnlly, for their libernl patronage at the llotel for
me~rly kept by Trent & Smith, and known as
the Amerinn~ Hotel in the Town of Ilammburg,
and woaul.l ask a further continunee of the
amme; feeling assured on his part, that lie can
and will give satisfaction to all that may call and
examine the old stand of.lames 11ubbard,dee'd.
The hlotel being situated in thme nmost business
part of. Town. und convenient to the South
Carolina 1Bail fIlad and Augusta Depot.
Extra attention given to the ladies apartment,
and rootms kept fom the special aeomodation of
THIOMAS I. TRENT.
Hamburg, January 30th 1852. 6m 4
Spann Hotel' Re-Opened !
gillE Subscriber haeing purchased this estab
Klishmnent, begs leave .to announce to the
District and to the travelling public generally,
that he- has this- day tgken upon himself the
keepingof said llotel. ~.
Mllhat he can do to -render his customcrs
satisfied shall be done.
H e respectfully solicits a share of public pat
Charges shall be as moderate as the times
will admit. - JOHN IHUIET.
Feb 19 tf5
Land for Sale i
THE Subscriber offers for sale his PLAN
TA TION on Turkey Creek, about 5 1-2
mifles North of Edgefield Court House.
The Tract contains Nine hunidredl an~d fifty
(950) acres, between 300 and 400 acres of
'which arc in woods, and 'aout 60 acres of low
.On the premises is a large dwelling House.
Also, new-and comfortable out Houses, good Gin
House-and Stables, &c.
Another tract of Land about 2 1-2 miles East of
theG above, containing Five,-hundred (500) acres.
On this tract there arc about 80 acres cleared
within the last 18' months-the balancee is in
avoods, and all goid Cotton and Grain Land.
There are some negro houses and stables on
- - - G. A. ADDISON.
A pril l tf 11
-A LL those indebtcd to the Estate of John B.
.tI. Logan, dee'd., are requested- to make im
mediate payment, all those having demands to
-present.themi properly attested.
M. -W. LILES, -
--A. NIX, -Ad'rs.
F- 19 E. P. HOLLOWAY.
A[ LPesn indebted to the Estate of Samp
1.son B. Mays. dee'd., are requested to make
ptayment, ad all those having dem~ands against
salur estate- wifll present them - properly attested
.aecordinmg ho law, -
. .., uEtL A V. MAYS, Ada'x.,
New Spring Goods for '52i
AT my Store, near the Court House, I have
just opened- a COMPLETE and general
Stuck of all the
Varieties of the. Season,
which I respectfully invite the trading communi
ty to call and examine.
I would particularly invite the attention of the
Ladies to my rich selection of
Embroideries in Collars, Cheni
zetts Unndersleeves, 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
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 CAsu!
March 25 tf 10
r Subscribers are receiving their usual
.L supply of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
SHOES, &Q., &c.,
which they will sell on as good terms as they
can be bought in the market.
At the Store formerly occupied by John tyon
next to Dr. Teague's Draw Store.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
March 25 tf 10
Ready Made Clothing I
J L RICIARDSON & J C. McDONNALD
T AVE purchased of JOHN K. IlORA the
.1 largest and most fashionable Stock of
ever offered in this market. We have just open
ed in'the Store formerly occupied by Mlesrs.
Sale & Brown, next door to Georgo Robinson's
Iharing niade arrangements to get Goods
weekly from the most fashionable Mlanufactnring
Houses in New York. We feel confidetit we
can please any of our friends who may give us
a call, both in price and quality:
RICI[ARDSON & McDONALD.
IHamburg, Feb 19 3m 5
Hamburg & Edgefield Pl'k R'd.
ilITS ROA A is now completed and opened
for travel from the Cherokee Ponds and
Sweet Water to Hamburg.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three "- " 4 " " "
Two " " 3 " " "
Two " Carriages 3 " " "
One " " 2 " " "
Ihorseback travellers, " 1. " " 6
Vehicles on meeting, are aclh entitled to half
the PLANK TRACK, and tle Drivers are re
quired to tiirn to the 'RIGHT !"
The public are respectfully informed that all
persons turuing.i'n the road, and leaving it.vith
ouit payiag Tll, are-ubjeettosi fine of Twenty
Ten dollars'riward will be raid by thme comn
panr,' in each and everycease, for~ proof that will
lead to the consietionof.'ni o ne T~w violating~
the law, in endhavoring to avoid tioe payment-of
Toll; as provided by thme Chamrtkr. -' -
-Persomis travelling on-the~ Martin'To- n Roady
'towards:1l1amburg, will finid it to their malvan
tage to turn off on any of thme roads to the left,
and intersect the.Plank Road near Sweet Water
Church or thie Cherok'ee Ponds.
ILI- A-. KESRICK, President.
IHimburg, March 15 tf
Ridge Land for Sale !
Tp HE Subseriber offers for sale his vialuable
1. Tract of Land, containing Two hundred
and thirty-four (234) acres, lying on both sides
of Beach Creek, near the Columbia Road, and
adjoining lands omf Capt. R. Ward,-James Me-1
Carty anid others.
On the Tract is a good Dwelling house,
Kitecn,-Smoke-housc, and all ether necessary
out-buildings, with an excellent wvell of water.
One hundred and twenty-five acres of the
above tract arc clear-ed-nearly all fresh land,
and under good fences. This ~Lmd is well adapt
ed to the cultivation of Cotton, Corn and Grain.
Said Trract can ej treated for on good terms,
between now and (hie last of October, but if noy
disposed of by that time, will be sold, at pu jten
outcry, at Edgefield Court Ihouse, on the/first.
Monday in N~ovemuber next.
Ridge, A pril 15 . Gm1 13
State of South Carolina,
John McKinne, James Jones,
and Joseph J. Kennedy, :1Bill for In
. vs ~ junction, Acc'*
The City Council of Ati- and Gent Re'if
I T appmearing to me that the Defendants arc
a bod ypolitie and corporate tinder th~e
lawv of Georgia, and have no residence with
in this State, On motion of Mr. CannOrLT.,
Pla'intilt's Solicitor, Ordered that the said
Defendants demur, plead or answer to the
Plaintiff's bill of Complaint, within three
months from the ptublication of this Order,
or the said bill will be taken pro conifesso
A. S~iUINS, c. t. t. D.
Feb 25 3
Brought to the Jail
O'F this District, on the 25th April, a
.JNegro man, who says his name is BILL
WILLIAMS, amnd that he belongs to Wjillis
Jones, who lives necar West Point, Alabama.
Bill is a likely boy, about twenty-two years
of age, dark complected, 5 feet 10 ineh. high.
The owvner will come forward, prove pro
perty, pay charges and take him away, other
wise he will be dealt with as the law directs.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
April 29 tf. 15
ALIL persons haviing demands against'ihe es
L.tate of J. A. Perrin, dec'd., are requested
to render them in to Capt. W. ilarrison, as lie is
my Agent during miy absence from the State.
A. PERRIN, Adm'r.
April1. tf. 11
N O MORE Hides can be received at the
Tan Yard, until further notice.
R. T. MIMS.
April8 - tf . 12
AFAIR price will be given for RAGS, (all
Cotton) by S. E. BOWERS,
Ilauiburg, A pril 21 tf 14
JUST Received a large supply of FISHING
TAKE, for sale by
G. L. PENN, A OmN.
)FOR YOUNG 'LADIgjz
RE. CHAR L -A. RAYMOND,
T IIE Second Session will commence on tlp
9th of January 1852.
The Trustees congratulate' themselves- their
friends and the public, on what they now con
sider the permanent establishment of an institu
tion of learning of so high a character in their
District. The benefits which their own children,
with others, have 'experienced -during-the past
Session, enables them willt- the greater confi
dence, to recommend the Institution to 'the pat
ronage of the community.
The School was opened on the 18th of Sep
tember last, with thirty-one Pupils, and has
since been gradually inerensing. It isconfident
ly expected that tho number in attendance will
be greatly inereasad during'tbe next Sssien.
The Institute building now contains' seven
rooms, all of which have been buil4 and-are
,used, for purposes of Instruction -' 7
A fine apparatus; a large colleetion of Map
Anatomical Charts, Globes, &e; a Museun of
Natural History ; a Cabinet -of Mlinerals 'and
Shells; furnish unusual facilities for acquiring
a practical knowledge of the diffierent branches
The course of Study is of an. elevated cliarne
ter, and more comprehensive, than that of most,
female institutions of the highest reputation.
The PRINCIPAL devotes the whole of his -time
to the super:ision and instruction of the wrorn..
The Assistants nre experie'ned in tlielriaife
rent Departtiehts, and those.only ofkiown su- -
cess in teaching are employed.
Thd Academical year is divided into Sessions
of 14 weeks eich. It is of great importance
that the student be present- at -the commence
ment of . the Session. The Claasw are' then
formed, and a few- weeks delay may a0i'et the
standing of the pupil throughout the year. b
For Tuition in the Primary Department. 1st Di-_
vision, per Session,...........$5 00
" Tuition' in the Primary Department,
2nd Division,.. 700
" Tuition in the Academic Department, 12 00.
" " ." Colleglate "4 1.4 00
Lesson'on the Plano an use oflnstruinnt18 00
Modern Languages, each,. '. .... 8 00
Drawing and Sketching from Nature,.... '8 00"
Painting in Oils, Portraitand Landscape, 15 00 -
Use of A pparatus,............... 200
Fuel and care of Buildings,........... 50
Good Boarding can be obtained in the Vil
lage including lights, washing, fuel,
&c., at (per month).............. 10 00
Pupils entering near the middle or close of
of the Sestion, are charged from - the, time .of
entrance to the end of the Session. 'p dedue.
tioi for absence, or other causes, but at the dis
cretion of the Principal.
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at .thle -
close of each Session. - -
Books. Stationary and Music, can be.obtaiged
in the Village at reasonable prices.
The Department of Music is uider the supeo--i;.,.
vision of one of the most accurate and acom
plished teachers in- the State; and it isbelieved
that unusual facilities are affordei for' aenrin V
athorough.knowledge of thisi'diffietritsev ence.T
in additoi to regular private lessons, p:'.upp
in this depaitten are divided-i ,ties,.
tauglt on the plan ofr estalzza
They d-ote muchtime io
to train thitr asa the'v pli
easy ank1 brilliaitexeeutiyo. C
If they-pursue therescribed eoi:;
eal instruction they teuire thigget
SThey are requitOd to berg f n i
le inspractisiingjail'f at tlic Inst
,The trainin'g and' e'liato
recegve ian ~utlil ei
seienee of'Eloeiftliin is'here ap~l i~~~i~
ing the voice for airiginig, with:giet ~
Thie Institution Tias been iltimoi ivec'Tyi.t&,-i
'by a large ntiemher of-the ladies'ind.gntizin;
of our village; who thave .inviriably +xij*ed -
the highest degrcee of- satisfaction; ttwht'the~f' -9
have heard and seen of the proficieneyofthi'o
Pupils and the iangement of- the -Institute~.
And' the Trustees have only to add in concln
'sion, that while in theiropinion, there are many
institutions of learning deser-vedly' popular in our
State, yet there are none which 'eannfurnisht
greater or more stubstantial advantages to youag
Ladies titan that under the charge of Mr. Kar
S. F. GOODE, '
RI. T. MIMS.J
Silgefield C. Hf., Dece. 4 1851. tf ~46
~State of South Caroljna,
IH. T'. Wrioht, Adi'r of
LIE!H.Munly, dee'd et al. Bi ll for Mar-~
- es. - skalling Asseu/s
George 'L Penn and others
I N pursuance of' the order mnadecby Chan
Ieelior Johnston in'this'uzse, all and singu.
lar thme Creditors if' the 'ieteantile fim's of
Pemin &ilannon, Ermoiin & Mundy,- Bran.
non, Mundy and Anderson, Brannon' & An's
derson, and G. WV. & WV. B. Brannon, and of
the individuals composing those Firms, are
hereby notified that they are requited to ap
pear before mc in my office at-Edgefield C
H., on Friday the 28th May next, in ordier' 'to
prove and establish their respective demands
and thazt upon their failure so .!o do,'they
wiill be barred from all- share of the Assetsa
piroposed to be marshalled by thissiit.
A. SIMKINS, C. E.'E D.
Comm'rs 011ice, April 28, 1852.
April 29 6815
State of South Carolina,
IN CcJ&fMON PLE AS.
James A. Talbert, -
ed - leclar. in Attac&nt.
Richard Bailey3. -
Wm B. Dorn,
us heela'. ip Atach t
Richard Bailey. '3hmt
TulHE PLA1NThIFFS in the above cases hay
.ing this day filed their Delarations'in miy
Oficee and the Defendant have neither 'wife nor
A ttorney known to 'reside within -the -"limits -of"
this State on wkom a copy of said Declarations
with a rule to plead cat: be served, on motion of
'Mr. ADnas, Attorney for Plaintiffs, Orderd
that said Defendants appear and-plead to said
declarations within- a'-year and .a day flrom the
date hereof, oP judgment will be awarded against
them by defatult. '
THTOS. G. BACON, c. a. D.
Clerk's Office, A pril 23, 1852. .hy 15
Notice. - ~
A LLperonsindebted toteEstalte of E~.
an aeprompt paymugnt, and those bkwen~
demands against said estate, are requested en
render them in properly attested.
- JULIA A. NORRIS, Adimx
March 4 .--. 8m -
Land for Sale.
I Would be glad'to sell one hundredl acres lot
the tract of land on which Ilive. W1bt"I
proposo to part 1eith is all woodland, an4~se
cisely four ,titles from the Village, onst*o ~
Itumbia Road-an excellent situatlioim for
stnt residence. A. 8Th- .