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RELIGIOUS WORSHIP AT HAVANA.-The
Bishop. of Jamaica, accompanied by Lord
Warneliffe and Lord Charles Harvey, who
are on iit 'ii to Havana, made a personal ap
plieniionto the Captain General on the 25th
uit. for-permission to worship in the parlor
of the hotel ofMrs. Brewer, where they were
staying, and..to perform the aceustoined riteR
of their church, which was responded to
" that it was contrary to the law of the land."
ire. Brewer bad declined permitting public
worship ini her house, unless in conformity
with: the rites of the Established Church
without authority of the Captain General,
for the reason that it would be in contraven
tion of the well known law-known to the
stranger a well as the permanent re.,ident
and for violatiin of which the authorities
would have closed her house immediately.
Dn. IIAYNE.-Tle notorious Dr. Ilayne,
ihe bigamist, has been tried at Paducah, Ky.,
found guilty, and sentenced to the peniten
tiary for five vears and six months, The
teegraph has been extensively used in this
proceeding. A despatch caused the man's
arrest; the witnesses were summoned by a
despatch; and his extravagant declarations
to obtain a continuance were exposed by de
THERE will be a Union Meeting of three days
continuance at Amrtocn, connnening Ont Friday
before the 5th Lord's day in lay. 1%ev. S. P.
G.-rzes, to preach the introductory Sermon, at
114 o'clock, A. M.
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, and
especially Ministering Brethren.
Butler Lodge, No. 17, I. 0, 0, F.
A Regular Meetingof this Lodge
will be held on Monday evening
next 7 'e's:k.
A. G. TEAGUE, See'v.
May 17 It 17
A Regular Communication of
No. 50,A .F M., will be held at
their 1all on Saturday evening,
the 15th May, at 8 o'clock P. M.
By order ofthe W. M.
R. 11. SULLIVAN, Szc'ay.
May 13 tf 17
State Military Academies,
A Liaipointm'en ts of Pay and Beneficiary
.Cadets will htenceforth be indo by the
oard of Visiters to the Arsenal Academy in
Columbia, (u'tless the applicant is prepared to
n the rourth class', it being in
tended that the wh he fourth class shall
be entered thete for the first ye.
2. Appointments of alets will be made at
the annual meeting of the Board of Visiters, to
be held in COlumbia, on Friday drvr the fourth
itaslay h November in each yetr, and at no
Chairman of ik.a-d of Visitets.
May,13 . 5t 17
lt Siibscriber intending to make an altera
.1 tiop in his buisiness, notifies all persons
indebted t him either by nte or account to
sietlle the admne by the first of .july next..
*Thankful to his frienda fo'r theaf very liber'al
. Iitrutinge,~ he lnt~ites the attentiolt et' the pubtie
til his well selected Stock of IfA MIL? G110'
CE RIES, which h~e intends selling at the very
IJ~est prices, for C ASE! ON LYt
'tidiatig,_May 10, tf 17
O2) TQNS of genuine PER UVIAN GUl
for se low, ia lots to suit purchasers, by
HRlETTr' & IWIISON,
I Atlantic Wharf, Charleston S. C.
May is It 1
IOST ofi Tuesayg etecning, the 4th1 inst., by
. .J the Sundsriher, a smail -ifACK POCKET
RO01K,, wvitli four apartments. ceintaining two
Tell Dollar and one Fiie D~ollar Bills,-all South
Catrolina Billa.~ Also, one note on Amht-ose
W~hittle, for $7,5O, with serteral other small
hotes and accdunts.
I will give the nliote reward for tlie reedivery
et sdid notes. J US. 11.\.TTEllSON;
May 13 tf 17
'Y Virtue of taundry writs of Fieri Facias,
Bto me directed, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgefleld Court inouse, on thte first Mon
d~ty and -Tuesday in Jdfri next, tihe ftsllowing
p~roplerty, i tite following cases, vIz:
Seth Butler vs WViit. Hlef'btft, one house
and hit situatt, anad being on the Corner of.
Centre and Tillnian Streets in the Town of
Hamburg, known in the plan of said Town,
as lot No. one bhtndred and thirty-three (133)
botnded on thle North by Lot No 1340E:st
byCook Street, Sotith '.by illman Stteet,
and WVest by Centre Street, having fifty feet
front on Centre Street, and running back
one hundred an~d fty' feet, muore of teasm
Anion Lhudsey and Stuart Hlarrisoti vs
William H. Unaraison, ohe tract of land con
talninig two hundred and fifty neres, more
or less, adjoining lanids of Benj. Bettis, Airs.
Francis Harrison and B. P. Tillman4
Stecpman & Meritt vs Edward Hampton,
o e Sorrel Horse.
.~y8 182LEWIS JONES, s. a. nw
31y', 85t5 17
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Elizabeth A. Derrick and (
George Derrick. J
BlY an order from Heonry T. Wright, Ordi:
.L.nary of Edgefield District, I will pro
ceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, on
the first Monday in June next, a tract of
land belonging to the estate of Eli Derrick,
dee'd, situate in Edgefleld District, contain
ing four hundred aeres, more or less, adjoin.
ing lands of Carey G. Snellgrove, Jesse Der
riekc and others. Terms one foutth of the
putrchasec montey and costs to be paid in cash.
The remainder on a credit of one and tiro
ye'ars, of egnal instalmentts, with interest
from the day of ale. The purchaser giving
bond with sufficient sureties and a Mortgage
of the premises to the Ordinary tco secure
the purchase money.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
May 8 5te 17
r lOTHtRE, for the present year, a good
..Cook. Washer and Ironer. WVages paid
monthly if desired. Enquire at this Office.
Marcha 25 - tf 10
100 Cords Tan Bark
WTA NTE D, for which $5,00 per Curd will
VYbe paid, delivered at the 'ran Yat-d.
Rl. T. MIMR.
Un,-eh 4 tf "'.
MaY JST, 1852.. I
TflE LOWER BATTALION of this Regi
ment vill assemble at bit. Willing, on Sat
utday, the^ 29th May inst., armedand -equiped
as the law directs, for Drill and Review. Com
missoined and lon Commissioned Officers .vill
assemble the day previous fourDrill and Instruc
- The Upper Battalion will assemble at Towles'
on Saturday, the 5th of June next, armed and
equiped as the law directs, for Drill and Review.
Conmissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers
will assemble the day previous for Drill and In
W. M. DEAN, Col. I0th.Reg't.
May 5t* 16
2ND REG'NT. CAVALRY,
EDGEFIELD C. If., May 3rd 1852.
IN Pursuance.of Orders received from Brig.
Gen. J. W. Gu-rox, an election will be held
on Friday the 25th day of June next, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the reiguatiou of Col.
T. W. LAsIIAM.
Each Captain or commanding Officer of the
difierent Cunpanies of the Regiment, will put
up at the rendezvous of their respective Compa
nies, a notice of the above election, forty days
previous thereto, and order to his assistance, two
of his subaltern Officers, or if there be but one,
or none, such deficiency must be supplied by
any member or members of the Company he
may appoint; and these persons shall at each of
their respective places of parade,. open and hold
a poll, from 11 o'clock, A. 51., to 3 o'clock, P.
M. The Managers, or at leat one of them from
each place of election, are required to meet at
LoAngmire's on the 26th of June, (the day fol
lowing) count the votes, declare the election and'
certify the same to Brig. Gen. J. W. Guyton.
Maj. Martin is charged with the extension of
this order to his squadron.
A. P. BUTLER,
Lieut. Col. Commanding.
07 The Abbeville Banner will give the above
three insertions, and forward its account to this
May G St 16
Ellegant Toilet Requisits.
Each of Infallible Attributes.
ROWLAND'S MACASSA OIL, for nour
R ishing,- preserving and beautifying the hu
ROWLAND'S KALYDOR.-For the Skin
and complexion- ai oriental Balsanic prepara
tion perfectly free from all minerval admixture.
It is distinguished for its extremely bland, puri
fying and soothing effets on the skin; effectu
ally dissipating all Iedness, Tan, Pimples, Spots,
Freeles, Disculorations and other cutaneous visi
ROWLAND'S ODONTO OR PEARL
DENTRIFICE--A white -Powder, Com
pounded of choisteit and. most recherche ingre
tllt w r. horinl, of inestiniable value
in prerving ad beuiynm*:t-,;righ
cuing the gumls and rendering the bratir.,;mt
The above articles have come to hand. and
ire'for sale by
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
May 6 tf 16
Shcr!if s Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
BY Virtbe of a writ of Fieri Fagiias, to
Bme directed, -I shall p'ro'eed td nell in
the Townt of' Hamburg, bm Frid~ the 21st
Scven Bales of Cotton.
, LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
fMy 5 3t - 16
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA..
IN COMMON PLEAS.
WyI.LA M MI LLER, who, is in the custody
of thne Sheriftof Edgefieldi Distrier, by
virtue of two writs of Copies ad Salisfacien
darm, at the suits respectively oif George J.
Weaver & Co., annd Wilson, Young & Co..
laving filed in tiy office, together with a Sched
ulie, on oath, of his state and efreets, his petition
to tihe Court of Conmmon Pleas, praying that Ihe
nay be admnitted to tine benefit of the Acts of
t:he General Assembly, made for the relief of
nsolvent debtors. it is ordered that tihesaid
(eorge J1. Weaver & Co. and time said Wilson,
Young & Co., and all other Creditors to wvhom
noe said William Miller is in anywise inadebted,
le, and they are hereby sunmoned, and have
otice t-> appear befoare the saidl Court at Edge
eld Court flouse on the first Monday in Octo
er next, to show cause, if any they enn. whly
tie prayer of the petition aforesaid, should not
bgrne. T110S. G. BACON, c. E. a.
Cletk's Office; May 3, 1852.
May 6 Sim 16
State of South Carolina,
John McKinne, James Jones .. .
and Joseph J. Kennedy, Bill fot In
vs ~ junction, Acc'1
Tine City Council of Au- Jand Gent Re'if
IT appleatlng tO tile that the Defendamits ate
Ia body piollti and~ &orpofate undttt the
law of' GeorgIa, atnd have no toxidence *ith.
in this State, On tot ion of Mr. CAtuROtt,
Paintiff's Solicitor, Ordeled that the -said
Defend:tnts desnt, plead ora anstvecr to the
PlaintlIff's. b~il of Coinplaint, *ithjin thrfe
montha from tine ptblintion of thnis Order,
or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
Feb 25 3m -0 6
Al L tPersons iffdebted to thme estate of Wmn.
. H~lall, dee'md., are reqmiented to make
payment and .those having demands against the
same to present them prope4ig ditested to thne
* WM. J. WALICERtAdtif'
May O Om -18
ALL~ persons indebted to the late Charles .1.
GI lover wvill make inimediate paym'ent, as
the condition of the estate absolutely demands
tho speedy collection of all debts due. Those
having edaims against Mr. Glover will. please
present them properly attested to the subscriber.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adm'r.
Maly 5 tf -1*- I
Lampy and Train Oil.
FjOR SA LE at the Shoe and Leather Store
ofR .Mis, a first rate article of L AMP
OiL, at reduced prices.' Also, TRAiN and
NEAT'S FOOT OILS.
March 18 tf .9
SLL~ Permons'idebted to tine Estate of Miu
i ton Perkis, dee'd., are requested to make
mmediate paymeint, and all -thoso -having any
enmands against said estate will present then
Baion, Corn, Mackerel, &c.
TH E Subscriber has now on hand and re
etiving in diore,
100,000 lbs. Prime Bacon Sides,
12,000 lbs Choice Hlans and Shoofdefb,
10,000 lbs Prime Lard, in barrels and'keg*,
2,500 Bush Prime White Corn,
100 -Bblis No 3 Mackerel,
1,000 Kegs assorted Cut Nails and Spikes,
75 Bales Gunny Bagging,-also Dundee
Bagging and Rope,
175 Bags Prime Rio and Old White Java
25 Ilhds. Prime Porto Rheol Mnscofto
and Clarified Sugaft,
10 Bbls. LAoaf, Crushed atid Powdered
40 Boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Hull's
20 Boxes low priced Tobacco,
300 lbs Good Feathers,
10 Bales Cotton Yarn, assorted,
25 Bales 1o I Osnaburgs ild SiriNes,
50 Boxes Window Glass,
5,000.lbs Na I Esri and Pure White Lead,
10 Bbls Linseed and Train Oil,
5 libls Chiciie Lanlp Oil,
16 lida Prinfe Cdba Molasses
70 Bbls da New (MesAt 'Rolasses,
1,000 Sacks Saft,
6 do fine Table Salt,
20 Boxes Jackson's Turpentine Soap No 1
2,000 lbs good and damaged Sole Leather,
25 Kegs Gan Powder,
25 Kegs Blasting Powder.
Also, Shot and Lead, Rice, Coperas, In
digo, Rock Lime, Plaster Paris, Cooking Air
Tight Stoves, Grindstones, &o,
A good Stock or Men's and Boys Saddles, Wag
gon Saddles. Whips, Bridles,
Gunpowder, Imperial and, Black and Hyson
Teas, Mustard, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Al
monds, Segars, &c., &c.
An assortment of Wooden Ware, consisting of
Sewing and Sitting Chairs, Large Cane Seat,
Rocking Chairs, Large Arm Chairs, Chil
dren's Chairs, or various paterns, Patent Cy
linder and Common Churns, Iron and Brass
Bound Buckets, Iron Bound Tubs, Brooms
and Brushes, Children's Wheel-borrows, and
Toy Waggons. 1lalf Bushel Measures, Willow
Waggons, Cradles and Clothes Baskets, at
Wholesale or Retail by
Hamburg, May 4, 1852. 3t 16
0T Erskine Miscellany, T.aurensville Herald,
Southern Patriot and A bbeville Banner, will give
four insertions and forward Bills.
To the Public!
TIIE Public are advised not to trade for a
note given by me to Mat Coleman, dated
mome time in blareh and payable about October
next, for two hundred' and thirty-five dollars,
as the consideration for which the note was
given has failed and I determine to resist pay
ment. -LOD HILL.
May 6 3t 16
Extra Fine Liquors.
- DOZ. John Gibson, Son & Co. old Nce
40 Bbls his Old e -.agi an superior M1onon
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tene
- rif and lalaga Wine,
Jamaica Run, Holland Gin, Gin Cordial,
Lenion Sj ip Cherry Brandy and all kinds of
Liquors; ually kept in Family Grocery Stores,
and will be warranted genuine, and of direct im
portation.. S. E. 110WEl18.
1~amburg,. A pril 21 if 14
A FINE Stock of Pure Sperm CANDLES,
2 A daman~tiuie, Star, I lull & Son's-4svpe
nor article of Starch, blue and whie, Soap of
Also, Wooden Ware, Churns, Buckets, Tubs,
Broonis, &c., of all descriptions.
- S. E. BOWERS.
Hlamburg, A pril 21 if 1
ALT; persons indebted to-the Assigned Estate
of .John Lyom are regnested to miake imnme
irte payment, as longer indulgence cannot be
iven, and must not be expected.
S. F. GOOD)E, Asesignee.
Jqn 21,1852 tf I
Alrpersonhl indebted to the estate of Hecnry
t.F. Ff-cmain, dee'd., will emne forward
mmediatLly and wrike paymerit and those hav
ng demnands ivill render them In properly at
ested. J. 11. JEN NINGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly 51
A LL~ persons indebted to the estate of H enry
.Waldrum, dec'd., arc requested to make
mmediate pament, and those havinig demands
will present thema properly attested forthwith.
Wa. WVA LDBWLJ; A dm,'r.
Dec 25 tf 49
AtTL Notes due the Silbscribci, iiidividiiidIfy
Aor as Executor, are placed in the Bank of
hlamburg, for collection. Those indebted will
please make immediate paymnt.
Dr. John 31. Galphia, will act as my A ttor
necy, ddritig my absence froma tliL- St'ie
Dee 23, ft 7
~E' Tifs friends of Col. F. W. Pi CK
ENS, beg leave tos present hin to the people
of Edgefield, and of this Distribts which tay
be thrown ivith us by the newv apjportion
meat, in ant eininently suituald persatt to
represent uis in the Congtss of the United
Sta-tes. Mr. BaRT having liositivelfy declined
a ris-eletiong it beeotnes our duty to select
his suceusseor wIth et and We respectfully
suggest that t016 esxpeffend and ability of
Col. PICKEES should be again called into i
quistion ullon this very floor where he has
hitherto served Ias so enfieleiittia
It is perlmnps proper tis add; iun otit ifaft,
that this annottniserftent is'tendered iwithoht
Cl. P's knowlcdge or desire, and with no
feeling of opposition to any individtral.
17 THE Friends of (apt. PR58TON S.
BROO0KS, announce him as a isandidate to
repiesent this Congressional District in the
net Congfess, Mr. Bua? having positively
deilined a re-election.
This nominatioft, lIke anothet which ap=
pears in this paper, was trade by the fiende
of Capt. B. purely of their own acid, With'
out reference to his wishes isa the silhjeet
and without the remotest design of forestal
ling puiblie opinion in his favor against any
Bolting Cloths !
T IIE Subscribers have now in store a largc
and complete assetrtmnent .of BOLTING
CLOTHS, of the mot -spproved brands1
which will be sold at greatly reduced prices fot
cash. A GNE4W, F15IIERi & CO,
Newberry C. HI. April 1 2m * Ii
. Bacon, Lard and Flot
OR Sale for dAsh ONLY, 6~ ZIR
F pil - a Zt a.
Spring anttiJ umoaGs !
ERCHAO V ALQR,
NexT Doon To ULer.Ratt Edau Baxr,
H AVE now-on . doisiale a complete
and extensite oflt of
Cloths, Cassimi6i, Vstingd, Drap
D'Etes, Cae4nerets, ac.
For Spring and Summer use, wfiieh will b<
made to order in a style 'of superiority arid ele
ganee. All who .ar in-want of.ine garmentb
and wish them to ifdas they ought to fit wil
please give me a eul ad sait tiemselfes.
Ready Made Clothing.
My Stock of CLOTIUNG thi. season is fdi
and large, comprising Cloth, Frock and
and Drai s .Saeks, Bl'k
Satin D Peone 'White
and Striped silk Saeks, Grass
Linen, Ponket" Silk -and Bf(Owt
Linen Sacks, Blita d Faey Colored
Pants, !larseils Nts, and a large assortm'nt
of tau' White and 1t6y lMa'eil* 'Vests, &c.
A large supply of furnishing articles, such an
Cravats, Gloves, Tbsiry, Suspenders, Collars,
Silk, Gauze, Gottond':-Merno: under Gar
mnts, Whito an~Cored Shirts, &c.
And a:Fine Stock
Of PERFUMWERY=FANCY ARTICLES
All Goods in'y establishnient are of the
BEST QUALrriT and wilibe-sold fights
' . A. VANWINKLE.
Augusfd, Apt~l* ir 1
New 8pring Go o dsj!
L ALLERSTEDIjk WIMBERLY have re
ceived at their old-stand, corner of Globe
Hotel, Broad Stree ~Augusta, Ga, a splendid
Among whieh at4Figured.and. Plain White
Crape Shawls, . .
Louis Napoleon'Cajes and Collars,
Black Silk Lace fon autillas,
Needle worked 11derslceves and C6ffs,
Jaconet and Swilss~T 'ings .
Linen Cainbric Hank erchiefs;
Real Paris KidmAr*wisted Silk Gloves,
Dress Fabrics of elWinewest and most elegant
Printed Crape de.Paris and Embroidered
Super Brocade andfigured Light Silks,
Enibroidered Beregeb and Clallys,
Rich China Striped-ind plaid Silks,
Rtich French pritited Tarltons,
French Jaeonetsand Portsmouth Lawn,
Scotch and Swiss ughans,
French, Enilidia -?mhir cait Prints,
A nmd a most conspl. assortstent of domestic
Goodefor - -
ilamulton 12-4 Sheing.
TableLihen aid II
Irish and Scoteh -Twellings. (great variety,)
Irish Linen and JBirds Eye Diaper,
Marlboro and blar)ie:s Stripes,
lied Tick Osnaburgs and Vactory Stripes,
A great variety of-Gdis fior'Gentemen and
11oys wear, all of lii4t they offer on the best
possible terms. Tainillo visiting the City are
invited to coil ann exai e their Stock.
April I St 11
A FRESIISUPPLY 2THE FOLLOWING
Bacon. Lard and Flouriushird in Doxes,
Pine Apple Cheese rawberry, Raspbury,
Mlackerel, in Barrelsan4 Bl~aekbury~ Jams and
Kitts, I 'Jell
Ralmon, in Kittyr, Pick'd Sarsara, strawbury,
Presh Salmon.. . IBaspbury and Lemon
" Clam.', LeImon and Lime Juice,
Sardines. 1-2 and l-4 boxAssorted Candies,
Piekled Pork, - " hIases,
- Beef. 'k and White Pepper
" Shad. White aMnstard Seed,
Porto Rico Sugar, IGrouind and Race Ginger
Stewnrts Coffees Sugar, ~Brmuda Arrow Root.
Superior Brown " jIrepared Fanna, food for
/,af and Crushed " -Inlants,.
Pulv'd and Clarified do ,Col te's Pearl Starch,
Java and Laguira Coffeo'da and Sal'Aeratfis;
jamaica and Rio " . Sal Sodaand Salt Peter;
olasses, 11ale and Sank Salt,
A general assortment of Sperm, Adamantine;
Teas, I- Tallow Candles,
aecaronii and Verai- Turpentine, tsodt, and
cilla, IFancy Soaps,
Rice and Rice Flour, - Beimt'S and Blaciding
Soda Crackers, IBrushies,
Boston do IWine. and Stodglitort's
Sugar do ' >Kitters,
Jmbles& Gdgir Cakes.Porter and Ale,
Lavor Raisins,... Oive.Oil
C'rrants andi Citrbn; ILastor Oil,
tlaise, Nutmega, Clovestr zi~gInk,
Pickles and lidiwhips, 'ra anm Tobaceo
Pepper Saices; ; Bd cets and Ittlies
West India PresertEs; ln* Baskets,
Ginger do ;Brootids, &c., &ei
French alustard, I
A dded to the al ove.rli& gtbefal adortinent
of WINES, CORDI~IS'And IJIQUORS,
all of which will be sold 1*tVroa CAsn, by
April 29 ..,tf.1
'is ?Teas j
TUST teep lred a choice lot'of TEAS, frrom
Othe Philadelphmia Tea Company of a luperior
qualtg; afruft- dr io*salb.., 'Hbouan Gfn
powder,; Imperia~ gdr ack- bf.e, ry descrip
For sale by - -. or. BOWERS.
Hlambturg, Apiil.21 2:.C g tf 14
NOW Reeivin a lai Stoek eboieo Ctba
leans SY RUPS. S. I OW ERS.
JlmburgAprlS t j
!Sugai- aid 4o~ibd.
SA M now receivingbtfpring stoelt of
A SUGR and-CukF E onsisting of
superior arie. of...r'on Sngaf'i Cliie,
Cushted afid Lodf--GoveifheniJkta and Rio
Coffee, of a supeiior queligj'
flamburur A pril 21.~' tf 14
PEKRSONS whco hgve ine .ppiostian fo:
.their Bounty Land,th.,u~ A. Mi Pa:Nw,
Esq., will call upon Jotsnt Ainst, Esq., who
has charge of rte papers of.Alr. Psaaw.i
A pril 15 . . 5t1 13
T01,LEaD bbiefoidie f~ ~~~'artin, liv.
Ling twentf-tindi illes ~utof Edgefield
Ga HI. one BAY MARiIg foUrteen and~a hall
1ands high, with b1sekuasad-tl1,ite: years
old and appraised at sixtyt&.Aeliais and fift
cents. -Li CU!.BREATH,M k. D.
Feb 28 "' an 1mm
SLL Persons indebted to thod Estate oftd
sA. eph Moore' dedd .r stedI to iStki
immediato paymen an.~Y~15Ii deniandi
against the estate llpssn~e ninde form
Fcb1 ~ .. , 'i~~k*3 'or.
A S~tS2 AR
for sale by RS.~*
Metcalf's New Iron-Front St
A LDRI-4 A OYAL clefera In B 0
hand the largest and most splendid ass
LADIES, GEITS, oi8, mSSS
(Vo letail,) of any other flovse in the Cili
W Peisons visiting Atgmdta will alw
fashionable articles to select from at ovr Ne
W Please give 0s a Cll and see for j
April 1, 1852.
Brilliant Display of Jewelry,
HAVE just received, in addition to my for
met sto of JEWELRY, a handsome Us
Dodble natd single Cased Gold Lever Watches
Anchar Esapement and Detached " "
Double and Single Cased Silver Lever "
Genflemen's Guard, Fob and Vest Chains,
Ladies Chatalaines and Guard Chains,
" Gold Bands and Hair Bracelets,
Cuf Pins, Gold and Cornelian Charms,
Crosses, Loekets, Arrows. Buttons, &e.
Fashionable Broeces for Ladies anid Gets5
" Ear and Finger Rings,
Gold and Silver Thimbles
Gold Pencil Cases, with aid without Pens,
Silver Combs, Coral Arinlets and Necklaces.
These articles I received direct from the Import
ers, are all WARRAxTR, and shall be sold Low.
W. P. BUTLER.
April 15 tf 13
Spring and Summer Goods.
I HAVE received my usual supply of SEA
SONABLE GOODS, to which I respect
fully invite the attention of the trading commu
nity. They shall be sold LOW, and to those
who wish to buy for CASn, inducements shall be
offered. W. P. BUTLER,
First Door East of Col Frazier.
Edgefiel, S. C., April tf .12
NEW AND CHEAP!
T 1IE.Aubseriber has just received his Spring
Stock of new and
among which may be found a beautiful assort
ment of Ladies' Dress Goods, comprising all the
late styles of
Berage, Berage do Laines and Tissues,
Real Frecteh Printed Jackonets, light fabric
and verv handsome,
Color'd and Black ggufed Silks: rich patterns
Mull, Book, Jackonet, S*isa afd Phid Muslin
Ginghams, large assofthfleit; Wid cheaper
English French and American Prihifa, d gieat
Real Irish Linens, Linen Drilling and Cot
French Herring-bone Drilling; Drab de Ete;
Cashmaret. Black and Colored.
All the styles of bleached and biroh* Sltitt
ings and Sheetings, from 3-4 to 12-4 wide and
cheap as any one can desire,
Ladies' French worked Collars and Under
Veils and Veil Goods Bobinet Laces, figured
Thread, Muslin, Swiss and Linen Edging and
Ladies, Gentlemen and Misses Glotes,
" and Misses Hosiery; i gf'at ariety.
" Pardsahnisttd Fans;
Colognes and Extracts; Toilet 1ibeders dna
Hooks and Eyes, in boxes and on. Tape.
Conmbs, large ssortment,
Carpet Bags. Cotton Osnaburgs and Stripes
at Factory prices.
' Ladies' and Childrens Shoes,
Thiis 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
HI. B. JACKSON.
Hamburg, A pril 21 (i 14
9vn REGIMENT, S. C, Mf.,
REad1 Citr.K; April 10,1S52.5
NOTIC E is hereby ghven that the Officers
Nand Privates of this Reginment will assemt
ble at their Battalion Muster Ground, armed
and eqtfipped as the law direets, for Drill and
Instrutilon; un the days, time and places herein
The Upper Blattalioni will assemble at Shin
burg, on Saturday, the 22d of MOg next.
The Lower Buittdlidn will assemble at Rd
Hill, dit Satardr3, the 29th of Mrag.
Thie durdmissiuffed,.Noff-C~umitiasioned and
Regi. Staff' oficers will attend the dag 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'lelt A . Ml. A
full and complete retur. Of eadh Battalion must
be Itad by that tini.B odrof. .
N. .-We jidjie tlhdt the Officers jWill hare
a badge of modrdling od thftmir aret cn thiL. days of
Review, in miemory of the death of Lieut. Qol.
Baurxsors, odr ,ifiill 61ofed didd *tlrthy bruthel'
Officer of tihe Regimeilt.
A pril 22 ~
Hambirg & Edgefid Plik R'di
T HIS ROAD i. ndw corpipleted and opened
Ifor (f'dyel lrom tiie Chefom~ Puthfls and
Swedlt Watcf to Udtmbiig.
flateb of 'i'oIt
Four, fife and si*'librstl Wu ns 5 ct* pset mhlo
Twd " dat iages9 "
One " " 2"
Horsebacilttavellefs, " I " " "~
Vehiales On meeting, are eneit ehtitled to half
te PL ANI T.R A CK, and tl& Drivers are re
quired to tarn to thie "lUlGHT P"
The pitblie are respectfully ihfformed thit all
persons trning on the roitd,itfnd leatiiig it *ith
dut pdfing Toll, are siliject to a fine of twenty
Tell dollars reward will be paid by the comn
pany, in each and every case, 1bi proof tihat will
ed to the convictiott of any One for violating
the law, in elldehroring to avoid the payment of
Toll, as provided by the Charter.
Persons travelling on the Martin To' n Road
towards Hamiburg, will find it to their advan
tage to turn off on any of the roads to the left,
and intersect the Plank Road near Sweet Water
Church or the Cherokee Ponds.
..I. A. KENRICK, Presidenta
Hamburg, March 15 tf 5
MY Ffliends and ctistomers canl h inc in
the hotise below Hollibga#-teth & Nicho
las 'and as iial Will make 1t* i-ei, for CASH,~
*ine Drees 1todta.............7 00
d Kfup Eoots:..:;.:.:..... 800
do Double $tile Water-Proof:::.. 1) 00
All other kinds of work at the lowest priqe,
Excellent Work good Fits and superiot syle
guaantied to all tieoe that msy favour me witlh
a call M. UEVOY.
Jaft 2 tf
tTIReive a lal'e supply of 1IENHIN(
-..G. L. PENN, AGENT..
Ms.c. l -tf n
ire--Opposite the Masonic Hall,
0 T S A ND S HO E S, have always on
AND CHILDRENS OOTS k SHOES
syn fine a good Stock of the fnest and most
RICH SPRING DRY GOODS.
20d- road Btredtr Angesta, doortgis,
A RE now receiving a eamplete assortment of
Li. Rich and EIegant DRY GOODS, which
they offer at jWholesale and Retail, New York
cash prices. Among which will be found
Rich Satin, Plaid, Silk and Wool Goods, a new
and beautitul article for Ladies' Dresses.
Embroidered Jlernena, a beautiful Goods, made
of pure Twisted Silk, for Ladies' Dresses.
11rocade Silks, of tich and elegant styles.
Plain Chamelion and Clieno Siles, of rich and
Pure White Brocade and Watered Silks.
Very rich Light Silks. a beautiful article for
Eirening and Secoud-day Dresses.
Barege DeLaines, Bareges and Tissues, French
Muslin and Lawns.
Embroidered and Dotted Swiss Muslihs, Swlss
and Jacobet Muslins, in great variety.
Sriped afi llaid Mtins, in great varkty,
Swiss and Jaconet Trimmihgs and Insertings,
Collars, Cuffs and Undersleeves, of new and
Rich Embroidered Muslin Capes and ClIentisetts
Rich Worked Limeriek Lace Capes, Caps and
Rich Embroidered Linen Cambric Handker
chiefs, some very fiff.
French and English Calicoes and Cingliams,
Bleached and Brown Ilomespuns.
Damask Napkins and Towellitig, 1siery and
With a great vatiety of other Goods, to which
we respectfully invite the attentioh of the public.
Match 17 if 9
Hearing Is Believing, but geeing Is
New Spring and Summer
Z LZAY fifforts the citizens of Ugefield
* and the surfoiindhig ddtnfryt that .he is
now receiving a large and 9pfendid selected
Stock of SPRING f SUMMER GOODS,
and which for CnEArNEsg he defies competition.
The Stock consists, ii ftit, of
Rieli Crfpe de Laines, Silk Grenadines,
Bareges, an entire new article of Robes,
A great variety of Muslins, from 12J ets per
yard and upwards.
Calicoes of 20d difetent patterns, froMt 20
ydrAs fur if duf1fr ahd pwiti d*,
French Ginghams, ti 121-2 pet yAtg, worth
Brown Homespun, 30 yds fof one dollar, &c.
Bonnets, Tnees, Ribbons, Wreaths, Arfificials,
TaUg, Parasols, Fans, &c.
ReaAy 1adb diothing,
Of every dei.eription, on whia hbe trill allow a
dis'unt or 12 1-2 cents, fur CAsh.
SHOES, BOOTS, HATS & UMBREttAS
Patperiang for Houses,
of hewr designs. Also a besald Stock of Fire
Screens, with Bbrders tV matehe ,-ae
lie will setl his Goods CH EAPERit anthey
cani be had at any othe f similat' istaptishiment.
Call and see and be convinced.
Neiwhorty C. H., March 29, 8t 11
117 N. JB.-=Corn, Bacoh; Meal, said a gene.'
ral Stoek of Grodeities kept on hand. .
r H2 business. fovmerhy euinduted under the
Istyle of TRIENT d& S.\ITH, for the pur
pose of conducting a liotel iff tire Town of Ham
burg, known as the A metigani Hotel, *ds dis
solved on the 12th Instant, by mutual consent.
Tlh0MAS. 11. TRENT1
. IAAC SMITJE:
January 30tb, 1852.
mij!E Sdbsetii~er begs leave ti ietiitn his
Ithanks ao his boarders and the public gene
ralIlg, for thieii-libeianl pati'onage at the Hotel for
mecrly kept by Trent & Smith, and known as
the American Hotel in the Towni of Hlamburg,
and would ask a furthief Continbange of the
same ; feelitig asshred on his part; that lhe can
and will give satisfaction to all that may call ands
examine the ofd stand of James fIubbard, dec'd.
'The Hotel being situated in the most business
part of Town, and convenient to the Sotuth
Carolina Rail Road and Augusta Depot.
Extra attention given to the ladies apattmnent,
andi i~ooms liept fci tle speeial aoiniodktion of
TfliOMAS H. TREN'T.
lIzdnbUffg, .fthtfaty 30th 1852. 6fa 4
8Sanl Rotei Re-Ooened!
1H E ubscrbhavihg pitirebulsed this estab
~lisfmetit,cg leIcvoe tu anfflitinoe tu the
District and to thle travelling public generally,
fliat lhe has titis day takeft tipon himself the
keeping of said hotel.
All that hie can ad td fefftder hris ecustomers
satisfied shall be done.
He respeutfully saliditsa gshare of public pats
Charges shall ho a moderate as thle times
wvill admit. JO~HN HUIET.
Feb 10 tf S
.lAnd for Sale I
TU HF,1 Subseriber gl'es for sale his f1?A AN
RTA't'ONon Turiccy Creek; about 5 1-2
miles Northx of Edgefield Corirt Holise.
The Tract contains Nine huftdied anid fiiW
(950) acres, between 300 and -400 acres of
which arc in woods, and about 60 acres of low
On the premises is a.large dwelliing hoiuse.
Also, new and comfot'table out hlodses1 good Gin
House and Stables1 dic.
-A L 5sO-=
Another tititt di tand about 2 1- tls tast of
the above, containing Five hundred (500) acres.
On this tract there are about 80 tidres cleared
within the last 18 mots-the balance is iia
-wOods, and all good Cotton and Grain Land.
Thei-e dte sdnde nujgfo liouses and stalbles on
Aliil tf 11
ALL thldib ildebted to the Estateof John ik
Lojttn, dee'd., at~e requested 16l make im
mediate payment, all those having denlidade to
lii-esent them propery attested.
A. NIX, Ad'rs.
E. P. HOL1LOWAY.
Feb 19 11m 5
AttA. iersons indebted to the Estate of tamp
bon B. Mayis. dee'd., are requested to make
payment, and all those having demands against
said estate will present them pr~operly attested
according to law.
. 1WELINA V. MAYS, Adm'r.
April 1 - -3m 11
New Spring Goods for '52.
A T my Store, near the Courtouse, I have
just opened a COMPLETE and general
Stock 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 tq my rich selection of
Embroideries In Collars, Chemli
zetts, Uundersleeves, Capes,
And to my splendid Stock in Printed
LAWNg, SWISSES, JACONETS,
PLAIN 4, FANCY BAREGES,
And to a very beautiful lot of
Embroidered Musin and Silk Even
Prices (on credit until the first of January, to
responsible and punctual buyers) to suit the
times. A liberal distluaeioti made with persons
buying for Ca: W
March 25 if 10
T HP Subscribers are receiving thelit usual
Spfing and Summer Goods,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
SHOES, &c., &a.,
which they wifl sell on as good terms as tley
can be bought in the market.
At the Stote formerly oedpied 6y John Lyon
next to Dr. Teigte's )rug Store.
WILLIAMs & CHRISTIE,
afare 95 if 10
New Spring. Goode I
SNOWDEN & SHEAR,
R E9PECTFULLY dfinofnee to thef eideds
and the pablie that they bave receited
their full SPRING SUPPLIES, embraueti
a very large and elegant assortment df Staple
and 'aney DRY GOODS.
Rieh White Watered, and Plain White Gace
Silks, for Ladies' Seatfs and: bantlasi I
Rich Fancy, and White Brocade Silks, fot La
Superioe small Checked ahd Stfiped Suneiner
Rich Brocade Silks, fot Ladies' Mounning Dres
Superiot lacl Rep. and Rieh Figgtfed Ifiack
Silks, and Black Ntfnkin Crafes;
Rich Printed Jar e, and Barege DeLdifes;
Paris Printed Cra- de Paris, and Printed Gre
nadines, of new And splendid styles ;
Superiot plain White, blatt id Fahey Colofed
Crape de Paris;
Vancy French Printed Organdies and Jaeonets,
of new ind elegdht styles
Hoyle's Printed Lawns, of eatitful stjles, and
warranted ftat colors I
A Large assortment of Fane Gimpsj Lafee and
Ribbon Trimings, for fadiesi besw-a
White Silk FfMges, for LadiesiSeath n'Md Muah
Plain and White Dotted Swiss Muslinsi fot La
Superior White Cainbie*, faeomneff, Mfli and
Iansook Muslins of so1t and beautiful finish;
Plain White, Black an4 Faney Coflored Bareges;
Lifpin's Superior Black tlombaines, and Biaek
Ladies' White and Dick Lace Mantllaks5 affiek
aies' Il i Sk frM -
ladies' iich Va'ieheiennes tade, atid embroi
dered Muslin Collah -,
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin Vadersleeves, of
Ladies' French Worked Chimasettn, tirrk-h and
Ladies 'Embroidered Linen Cambrid and French
Lawn IJankereaits ;
Jaconet and Swist ldsf.in Edgiag ad lnser
tings. a lftrge assortiment;
Real Vialenciennes, and Thread Laes, (Edgings
Embroidered Mauins, And M~slih Ilfads, for
Ladies' Puff Cafls and hhdetsleeves ;
Ladies plain Whife, dad Rich Einbtuldeted
Crape Shtawls an fatt
Ladies' plain W~lite, Blacek, F ancy Enti
dered (Grenadine Shawls :
Ladiest' White and Blck Embroidered tLaee,
and Fancy Grenadine Searfs;
todies' elegant Bridal and Riech Spanish f'ans ;
Ladies' Carved Stiell C~ombs, of new and leau
tiful patterns ;
A tery large dsortmelt of indies5, Gentlemcn's,
Youth's and Cldren's lllslefy, of superior
slvle and nmannfinetirec
Alextander's Kid, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Gauntiet Gloves ;
Siperior Ginglianit anid pthnts, of heir tad beau
Superior IlsIf Linens, Long Lawrns, afrd 12-4
Linen Sheetings ;
Superior 8-4 and'10=4 Damask Diapers, Da
mask Table Cloths, and Painask Napiins ;
linekcdback Diispeta, t stiperior astiee for Tow
extra Silk Warp Ftenuh lactk Cashmerettes,
and Single ~lill French Blaek Cassimeres, a
choice and elegdnt article tbt (hentlemen's
A Ldi'ge denotmcnt e pli Whuite and Fancy
Linen Drilling., for Gentletnan's andS Youth's
Summer weur, t
Oir S. & S. will continedt receive, through
file season, biy thle Stestners, thle tiatest styles of
Ladies' Dress Goods,'andjtither seasonable ar
tieles. All of thbir Stook~1b:ts bethaselected with
geat care, in retejunee to style ad quality, and
they feil assured thttheir (hoods will give entire
satafation to puiretmasera.
The ptiblic are f'espedtfully faUqbested to call
tid e~tamiuia the asstirtitteint.
April 8 tf 12
Ready Made Olothing!i
J L RICiAltDSON & J C. McDONNALD
AYE purciased of JOHnti K. IIORA the
ELlargest and maste-asmibuabl6 Stock of
ber offered in this markt't. We have just open
ed in tlie Sioru rorine~ly occupied by Meaers.
Sale & Brown, next doot- to George Robinsdn's
Hqving meS aft-engemnents to get Goods
weekly from to miost fashionable Manufacturing'
Houses in New tork. We feel confident we
can plueaiy of our friiends who may give us
a dill, both in prie and quality.
RICHARDSON & McDONA LD.
Ilamnburg, Feb 19 3m 5
Tan Yard. -
XO IdtOlE Hides can be received at the
iTanV'ard, until further notie's
R. T. MIMS.
April 6 f.- . 12
A FAIR price will be given foeR/AGS, (afl
tl.Cotton> 6iy S. E.B3WERS.
Hamburg, April21 ~ f 14
TUST Receiving a fresh supl of Pickles,
UPreserves, Sardeins, Lobsters, SamsCit
ron, Raisins, Prunes, Essenes. frCoing,
Fresh Mustard, &. * S. FS. RO'WERS. -