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EXrnAorNsAny PERForMANCE OF A Lc
COMoTIvE.-The Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road Company are now working a locon
tive up a grade of 520 f'eet to the mil
This grade occurs at the great tunnel, wher
a temporary track has been laid over thI
mountain, for the purpose of transportin
material for the road beyond, in advance c
opening that work. The locomotive use
weighs twenty-four tons, and the ordinar
load attached to it, in addition to its ow
weight, is twelve tons. This grade has thu
far beeti worked with regularity and safety
The whole power obtained is in the ordinar
adhesion of the driving wheels.
This feat is so far in advance of the com
monly received opinion in reference to th
capacity of locomotive engines, that it wouh
hardly be credited without practical proof o
the fact. It shown conclusiVely that th
maxium grades on the road, after it shall b
completed, %%ill oppose no serious obstacli
to a profitable trailie.
The tunnel is nearly completed, and wil
be in readiness for use in a few weeks
Some twelve or fifteen miles of the track ar,
laid west of it. Every part of the line i:
being urged forward with the greatest ener
gy, and no doubt is expressed of its beini
4ipened to Wheeling by the first of Jantuari
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A BONELESS BoDY.-The London paper
describe an inquest held by the Coroner. ot
Elizabeth Vigors. aged 5 years. The bodi
presented a horrible spetacle, being on
lump of fiesh, twi.,ied and distored. De
ceased's father stated that soon after lie
birth, a girl threw deceased over her back <
the ground. Since the occurranced she as
sumed a curved posit ion, could eat nothin!
but bread and butter-aid when touchei
her bones appeared to sinlp. She had bee,
under medical. treaimient for a long tine
without derivinhg the least bent-fit, li: fIti
her dead in bed. .i. liarrison, surgeon
Made a post mortilem examlination. Ther(
were no bones ill tile boly ; thle limbs wert
were purely of gris; le. It was a:n aggravatec
ease of what was called - rickets."
ANOTHER CUrAN EXPEDITION.-There i.
said to be no doubt of the organization of
another Cuban expedition at the Sonth
The " Lote Star As.socialion," at New Or
leans, is alleged to be butily at work in ar.
ralnging atthirs, with a view of making th
expedition in every way successful. A lettei
to the New York Ec/re.s says:-"Before
many months pass away yout must not be at
all surprised to hear that the star-spangled
banner waves victoriotibly over the walls of
the Moro !"
Correspondence of the Advcrtiser.
11A.311 B' G, NI.%Y 1.
To-day we are in receipt of Foireign accounts
wlich brinig the same qIuo'tations for Cotton, a
the last -intelligence, whielb caused our M arkel
to settle down firm, at prices of the previotm
week. We quote
CoT-rox 7 a Vil ets.
CORN U5 a S1,110, per barrell.
FLouR 7,00 to $S,00 per bar.
BACON I2.) a 14 per. lb.
LAno (searce) 126.
.MoL.Assss 25 a :l76.ets per gallon.
MFAL. 95 a $t,00Oper barrel.
M1A RRIE D, on ThuSday ev erlitm, ile I 3th of
May, by W. W. A danms, .\lr. Cumr nitus ltTuowAs
and Mirs. Jet:A K. IIIcKsos, all ot' Edgefieldk
D:~,in tis Distrt, 1. n thle enda instant,
NEw-roN Wt.r t~r, soni of .t. A. and E. A.
lttan, aged five years, tght :nonaths alnd
F-ath'etr !we feel tile suilenm stroke,
Whit-l r-eoved ourt child fromit ear-th;
But yet to thue, in fthih we lo..k,
Remembrinttg what emur Savieour saitht,
"' I take these little hunb~ts," id hte,
" And lay thiemi in tmy breast;
Protection the.y shall find in me,
Ini me be ever blest.'
TnmERE wvill be a Union .Meeting2 of three dayf
conittiuancee at A -rtoco, collnmeein~lg onl F-ria
before the 5th Lord's day ini iSlay. Rev. S. P~
G wUra, tie preachi the intr-oductory Sermuon, a
114 t'chick, A. 3M.
Brethren are cordlially invited to attend, all
especially Mlinisterinig lbirtren.
Butler Lodge, No,17,1. 0, 0, F
will be ha-eld on Mlunday evenlint
-*W next 7 ('clocek.
A. G. TE AG UE, See'y.
May_20 It 17
A N ENTR AL Coimmiutiication '
No. 50, A . F M., will be held ai
theirI 11ill on1 Satulrday -veingi
the- 7th .Jutne, at in o'clock P'. M
By order of the W. MI.
R. I1. sI.IVA N, SEC'RY.
l-y N. B.-It is expieted that every tlemibei
seeitng the nottice, will enideavor toi attentd, as
buisiness relating to the ce.lebratinig tho- Festivai
of St. John, the Baptist, wilt be brought befor
31ay 20 tf 18
Lost or isla~id,
r 3WO Notes oif Imd,- one ont 'irs. lButlem' feoi
I. S00t, payable to D~avid Iliarris or b arer
given on the 15th May and due 1st Jan h853,
one on Josiah and Jameas Leak, tfor 5701. giver
sometime in March (or A pril last atnd payable t
Moses Jiarris, (or bearer, due the 1st Jan 1853
All ptersonts are hereby forwa ,rnted ftrnm tradin]
for the above notes, anid the dlrawers aire reqjuest
ed not to piay the satte unless prlesented by th<
. Ally one finding thec above notes will confer
favor by leaving them at the A dvertiser Office
MOSE-s lIA RIIlS.
May 20 3t 18
r 'Jf J attention of e-ach Chairman of the Bat
Itaionm lieoards, of Commnissionters of oai
and Bridafg in Edgelild iDistrict. is called t<
the Act of the Genersl Asmsemibly of 19~5 , Pag<
83, Section 16, whlicha reqjuires them-t to perforn
certain duties which pe-rhaps they art- not aiwar<
of. A. JON ES, Sec-retary,
Gen'l Board C. Ri.& B.
May 20 2t I8
()NE TITOUJSAND) DOLLARS, on Mort
gn~ om~,'f lscal Estate. Apply to the Ad
tf rOlic. .
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
T- rJHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully calls the
artention of Farmers and the conuunity
generally to his
r, at the Planter's Hotel, where he keeps On
stantlv on hand a NEW and W1'ELL AS
SORT ED Stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS,
SHIRTS, DRAWS, &c.
A Good Supply of Boys' Clothing.
Edgcfield C. I., May 20 tf is
JI m -
f I Shcriff's Sale.
D Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
u eins, to me directed. I shall proceed'to
sell at Edgelied Court House, on the first
Monday in Jnne next, the following proper
I ty, in tIhe foilowing case, viz:
David R. Strother vs U. J. Glover; other
Plaintiffis vs The Same, one tract of' Iand
containing ten aere, more or less, adjoining
- lands (t' Joseph Patterson, W. F. Durisoe,
I Win. P. Butler and others.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
May 15 31 18
State of South Caroliia,
IN COM3DON PLEAS.
Wiliaml 1). Jeningls,
r Vs Deci. in Attach'nt
-r ll I lintifl ill the above Case havingm this
la filil his declaraioni inly llice, and
the Defelant havg nei ther wife nor A ttorny
knowin tao reside within the limits of this State
On wil Whmiin a copy or said 1)eelaration witia rule
to phad can he servd1, Oi motion of 1r. Tomr
,cxs. Attoornev for Plaintitls. Ordered that said
i efiilat appear andal plead to said Ie'claration
witlihi a year and a dbav from the date hreof,
or julmrient will lie awaralail niist thmli lby
aldfault. TI10S. G. BA CoN, C. E. ).
(:lerk's Oflice, .iay 17, 1 832. lV IS
State of South Cnrolinia,
IN COMM.1ON PLEAS.
Peter F. Latlorde,
V8 Dccl. in Allaclc'nt
James P'. Carroll,
rs Dec. in Attachnt
John M. Clark for J.
M. C. Freeland, Dcc. in Atlaclizn
John .l.. Clark,
Decl. in Attack'nti
RicDearc in ttilach.
J s. '.Dec. in ACoach'nt
rlh E Phiniti's in the above statd eases hay
t ing tis day filed tlir deaehratio las in av
Ofice, 11ad the DeIl' ndanillits having ieither wife
nor Attorney known to reside within the limits
if this State oit whom a elpy uof the se id deelara
lions. with a rule it) plead can be ser veal, On mo
tiail 41f Messrs. CARRoL. & BAcos. Attirneys
fsr the Plainiirs, Ordered that the said Defin
dants apapear anad ple'ad to scad adeclartions11 withi
ia a veatr anal a day fromn tihe daiti he'reaf, aor
juauienat will lie auw~arded agaist themi by ale
fauilt. TiI(IS. G. IIA CON, C. E. D).
Clerk's 0ffice, Mlay 17th 1852. ly IS
State of South Car olia,
IN CO.1DON PLE AS.
J ans \ ekcl Dccl. in Attach'nt
r's Dc!. in Attach'nti
Ricar alBailey. )
rP 'I E Pl~caititls ini thec above stiated eases hav
,,lina tilay filiad their declarationsa in m
Oitliee, aand the Deafendianit hiavling nieithecr wile
noraa A ttornie, knoawn to resiade withaia the limiuts
aof this Stateoil whmaa at coipy cal said decharia
tiouns, with ai rule taa le.ad can be servedl : On)i
moitiaan if 31 r. K ev, A ttornaey fair Plhiatiffs.
to said1 dlelaratains, wiitin aii 1 ye a a a day
from thi ie dhie hiereof,' oar judagnmeants will be
aiwardled aga inst haimi lby adefault.
TI 108. O. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Oflice, Mlay fath 1552. 1 y I8
State of South Carolina,
Y Virttue caf a Decree of the Court of
Si)L1ii'y, ill the clse oft Ellen C. Wa~ters.
et a, i.s Bena~inl F". Stlumer's, eti al, I will
sill at Newberr'y UCourt lionse, on the fir'st
31 oiday ill Junlie ne.xt, the Real Eastate of'
Johaln N. Sltmmeiars, deceased, lyiing in Edge
fielad District, conasistinag of two tracts of'
TIhe firs-t knowvn ac. the "DEWALT MIILL"
TIract ly ing can Sal ud~a River, caontainaing sixty
two lare5, molre air hess, upion whicb :are a
G rist and Saiw ialill ini first rate repaiir ;th
buildings a~ .re all new, and the dam built
within11 thae latst y'ear.
Thle seconid or '"PLNEY WVoons" Tract,
eontaiing thlree hunaldred and fil'ly-five :acres.
, moire car less.lyiing aboaut one tnile f'rom thle
MiIl, withi whaichI it will be sold.
Thle terms caf sale are one, two andl three
years credit ;thei~ first iastalment to flail due
Ilnuary 1st, 1853, with interest oan the whole
iroam tiie day of sale.
tL. J. JONES, C. E. N. D).
aNewberry C. H-., Mlay 12, 2t 18
TVILL be let to the lowest bialdecr at Mt.
lYT Willing, on Satuirday the 2i9th day of
May int.,aon the clay of the Battaliion Mluster,
at1 'lcA . M1., the pautinlg up aof Poasts anda
Painters at all the Fairks anid Crass Roads iln the
Lower Battaliaon oif thec 10th Rleginment.
By order of the Boiard,
A. JONES, Secretary.
May 20 2IS.
rflIE Subscriber iinteiiniig to make an altera
I. tiaan in, his bausinaess, ntities aull piersons
indlebtedl toa hiim tither by note or accounat to
settle the same by the first aif July next.
IThiankful to his frienids foar thceir vcery liberal
patraonaga, lie inviltes the attenltionl or thle pulic
toi his we'll sehectedl Stock or FAl MIL UlRU
CEI1ES, which lae intenids selling Lit tile very
lowest prices, for CASII ONLY!
-S. E. BOWERiS.
lanmbutrg. May 10 tr 17
9[1 TON S oaf gencuinle PERUVIAN GU
aUA NO, aof warrantied quality, lading and
for sale low, ill lots to suit paurchiaser's, by
RI] ETT & ROBSON,
1 Atlantie Wharf, Chiarleston S. C.
Ma3y 13 It 17
A LL those indaebtedl to the Estate aof Jaohn B3.
?ULogan, dee'd., arec requhestedl to tmake im
medtiaiite paymtlfl, all thoise having deuandiias to
-3. W. LiLES,
-A. N IX. .A d'rs.
E. P. hIlLOWAY. 5
Ellegant Toilet Requisits,
Each of Infallible Attributes.
P OWLAND'S MACASSA OIL, for nour
A, ishing, preserving and beautifying the hu
ROWLAND'S KALYDOR.-For the Skin
and complexion- an oriental Balsanie prepara
tion perfectly free from all mninerval admixture.
It is distinguishdc for its extremely bland, puri
fving and soothing effects on the skin ; effeetu
ally dissipating all Iledness, Tan, Pimples, Spots,
Freeles, Discolorations and other cutaneous visi
ROWLAND'S ODONTO OR PEARL
DENTRIFICE-A white Powder, Con
pounded of ehoistest and must reeberche ingre
dients of the oriental herbal, of inestimable value
in preserving and beautifying the Teeth,strength
eling tile gumns and rendering the breath sweet
The above articles have come to hand, and
are fur sale by
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
May 6 tf 16
State military Academies,
1 ALL appointments of Pay and Beneficiary
9 Cadets will -lenceforth be made by the
Board of Visiters to the Arsenal Academy in
Columbia, (unless the applicant is prepared to
enter a higher than the fourth class' it being in
tended that the whole of the fourth class shall
be entered there for the first year.
2. Appointients of Cadets will be made at
the annual meeting of the Board of Visiters, to
be held in Columbia, on Friday after the fourth
Monday in -Novemtiber in each year, and at no
JAMES JON ES,
Chairman of Board of Visiters.
May 13 5t 17
1.0Tu tEG'NT. INFANTRY,
111'y IS-r, 185:2.
'11E LOW ERl BATTALION of this Regi
muelt will assemuible at Mt. Willing, on Sat
urlay, the 20th May inst., armed and equiped
as the law directs, foir Drill and leview. Com
mllissoinled and Non Connissioned Ullicors will
asseible the day previous fur Drill and Instrue
The Upper Battalion will assemble at Towles'
on Saturday. the 5th of June next, armed and
e.iniped as the law directs, for Drill and Review.
Cmanissioned and Non-Conunissioned Offietrs
will assemubie the day previous for Drill and In
W. M. DEAN, Col. 10th Reg't.
May 6 5t* 1G
2, RtLEG'NT. CAVALRY.
EfoFIELD C. II., May 3rd 1852.
IN Pursuance of Orders received from Brig.
Gen. J. W. GrroN, an election will be held
on Friday the 25th day of June next, to fill the
vacancy ocasioned by the resignation of Col.
T. W. LAsnIus.
Each Capuin or commanding Officer of the
diifereit Companies of tile Regiment, will put
up at the renlezvous of their respective Compa
iles, 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 inust be supplied by
any member or ineillbers of the Company lie
m11ay appoilit ;and these persons shall at each of
their respective places of parade, open and hold
a poll, fruom 11 o'elock, A. M., to 3 o'clock, P.
M. 'rie Manllagers, or at least one of thenm from
each place of eletion, are required to meet at
Longumire's on the 26th of .1 une, (thle day fol
luwitng) count the votes, declare thme-election and
certify the.same to-Brig. Gen. J. W. Gny ton.
Maj. Martin is charged with the extension of
thtis otrder to his squadron.
A. P. RUTLER,
Lieut. Cul. Commnanding.i
UT The Alibeville Hanner w~ill give tihe above
thlree insertions, and forward its accounit to thisI
Maly 6 3t 16 -
BY Vituet of stundry writs of Fieri Facias,
Jtofme directed, I shall proceed to sell
at Edgetid Cottrt H ouse, on thte first Mon-.
dayt aind Tutestay' in Junie nexti, t~he followingr
prouperty. it the fllowtting! casesL, viz:
Seth llutler vs Wmi. Hlerbert, one house
and lot situnate anid being on thie Corner (If
Centre anid Tilhanan Streets in tihe Towna of
Hamnurg, kniown illn te pilanI of' salid T'own,
as lot No. one hunodred and thlirty-tliree (133)
bounlded onl theO North by Lot No 134,.East
by Cllok Street, South by Tillmnan Street,
and West bay Centre Stree't, having fifty f'eet
front on Centre Street, and running back
onel. haundred and fifty feet, nmore or less.
Anmon TsLise atid Stuart Harrison vs
Williamn I. H~arrisoni. one tract of land con
ttinintg iwo htnudredi anid fifty' :cres, more
or less, adjoining hanids of BenIj. Bettis, Mrs.
Francis Harrison and BI. P. Tfillman.
Steepum & Meritt, vs Edward Hampton,
one Sorrel Hourse.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. Dt.
Mayv 8, 1852 5t 17
S heriis Sale.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
Elizabeth A. Derrick and(
George Derrick. J'
BYan order from Henry T. Wright, Ordi
ntary of' Edgef'ield District, I will pro
eeed to sell att Edgefield Coturt House, on
the lirst Moniday in June next, a tract of
land belonging to the estate of' Eli Derrick,
dee'd., situate in Edgefield District, contain
ing f'our hundred aeres, more or less, adjoin.
ing lands of' Carey G. Snellgrove, Jesse Der
rick aind others. Trmns one fourth of' the
pturchase mone'y and costs to he paid in cash.
'Te remnainder on a credit of one and two
years, of' equal instalments, with interest
fromn the day (If sale. The purchaser giving
bond with sinflicient surelies and a Mortgage
of the premises to thle Ordinmary to secure
the purchase mnonev.
LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
May 8 5te 17
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
B Y Virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to
me directed, I shall proceed to sell itn
tile Townm of' Hamnbtrg, on Friday the 21st
May instanit, the following property, viz:
Seven Bales of Cotton.
LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
May 5 .t 16
T'O IHR~E, for the present year, a good
Cook, Washer and Ironer. Wages paid
monthly if desired. Enqjuire at this Oflice.
Maruch 25 tf 10
100 Cords Tan Bark
Tr~rA NTrED, for whiebl $5,00 per Cord wvili
L Ie paid, delivered ait tile 'hail Yad.
M utdi tf . 'T. M IMS.
Bacon, Corn, Mackerel, &c.
rpHE Subseriber has noov on hand and re
X etiving in, Store, .
100,000 lbs. Prime Bacon Sides,
12,000 lbs Choice Hams and Shoulders,
10,000 lbs Prime Lard, in barrels and kegs,
2,500 Bush-Prime White Corn,
1010 ible 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 Illids. Prime Porto Rico, Muscovado
15 Bble. -Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
40 Boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Hull's
20 Boxes low priced Tobacco,
300 lbs Good Feathers,
10 Bales Cotton Yarn, assorted,
25 Bales No 1 Osnaburgs and Stripes,
50 Boxes Window Ghiss,
5,000 lbs No 1 Extra and Pure White Lead,
10 Bbls Linseed and Train Oil,
5 Bbls Choice Lamp Oil,
75 Ilhds Prime Cuba Molasses,
70 BbIs do New Orleans Molasses,
1,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do fine Table Salt,
20 Boxes Jackson's Turpentine Soap No 1
2,000 lbs good and damaged Sole Leather,
25 Kegs Gun Powder,
25 Kegs Blasting Powder,
Also, Shot and Lead, Rice, Coperas, In
diao, Rock Lime, Plaster Paris, Cooking Air
Tight Stoves, Grindstones, &c.
A good Stock ofrIen's and Boys Saddles, Wag
gon Saddles,'Whips, Bridles,
Gunpowder, Imperial and Black and ITyson
Tens, Mustard, .Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Al
monds, Segars, &c., &c.
An assortment of Wooden Ware. consisting of
Sewint and Sitting Chairs, Lrge Cane Sent.
-Rocking Chairs, Large Arm Chairs, Clil
dren's Chairs,.of various paterns, Patent Cy
linder and Coinmon Churns, Iron and Brass
Bound Buckets, Iron Bound Tubs, Brooms
and Brushes. Children's Wheel-borrows, and
Toy Waggoi;fslalf Bushel Measures, Willow
Waggonis, Cradles and Clothes Baskets, at
Wholesale or"Retail by
I JOSIAH SIBLEY.
Tlambnrg, May 4,1852. 3t 16
0T Erskine Miscellany, Laurensville Herald,
Southern Patriotand Abbeville Banner, will give
four insertions and forward Bills.
To the Publie!
T HE Public are advised not to trade for a
note given by me to Mat Coleman, dated
some time in March and payable about October
next, for two hundred and thirty-five dollars,
as the consideration for which the note swas
given has failed and I determine to resist pay
ment. LOD HILL.
M ay 6 3t 16
Extra Fine Liquors.
3 DOZ. John Gibson, Son & Co. old Nee
40 BbIs his Old Eagle and superior Monon
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tene
riff and Malaga Wine,
Jamaica Rum,, Holland Gin, Gin Cordial,
Lemon Syrup, C~lerry Brandy and all kinds of
Liquors, usually kept in Family Grocery Stores,
and will be wvarrsnted genuine, and of direct i
p~ortatin. b. E. BOWERSi.
Ilamiburg, Ap2[ . tf. 14
A FINE Stoek of-Pure Sperm CANDLES,
.A damanting, Star, 1lull1& Son's-a supe
rior article of Starch, blue and white,-Soap of
every description, Turpentine, Casteel. Family,
Also, Wooden Ware, Churns, Buckets, Tubs,
Brooms, & c., of all descriptions.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
A LL persons indebted to the Assigned Estate
1of .loshn Lyon are requested to make ime
lirte payment. as longer indulgence cannot be
giveni, and miust inot be expected.
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Jan '21, 1852 tf 1
LLprsn indebted to the estate of Ihenry
F.Freem~an, dee'd., will conme forward
immediately and make payment and those hay
ing dlemands will render them in properly at
tested. J.-11. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly 51
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry
2 .iWal drum, dee'd., are requested to maike
inimmediate paymeinnt, and those having demands
will present them properly attested forthwith.
WM. W ALDRUJ U, A dm'r.
Dec 25 tf 49
ALL Notes due the Subscriber,.individually
Sor as Executor, are placed in the Bank of
Ilamburg, for collection. Those indebted will
please nmake immediate payment.
Dr. .John M. Galphin, will act as my A tter
ney, during amy absence from the State.
Dec23, ____ i 7
HP THE Friends of Col. F. WV. PICK
ENS, beg leave to present him to the people
of Edgefield, and of the Dlistricts which may
be thrown with us by the new apportion
ment, as an eminently suitable person to
represent us in the Congress of the United
States. Mr. BR 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. PIeKENS should be again called into re
quisition upon the very floor where he has
hitherto served us so efficiently.
It is perhaps proper 'to add, on our part,
that this announcement is tendered without
Col. P's knowledge or desire, and with no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
ig"THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as a candidate to
represent this Congressional District in the
next Congress, Mr. BUaT having positively
declined a re-election.
This nomination, like another which ap
pears in this paper, was ma de by the friends
of Capt. B. punrely of their own accord, with
out reference to his wiehea on the subject
and without the remzotest'design of forestal
ling public opinion in his favor against any
I OST on Tuesday evening, the 4th inst., by
.4 the Subscriber, a small BLACK POCKET
BOOK, with four apartments, containing two
Tn Dollar and one Five Dollar Bills,-all South
Carolina Bills. Also, one note on Ambrose
Whittle, for $7,50, with. several other small
notes and accounts.
I will give thme above reward for the recovery
of said notes. 'JOS. PATTERSON.
Spring and Summer Goods I!
3. A. VANWINKLE,,
NEXT DooR To GEoRGIA RAIL ROAD BANK,
I HAVE now on hand and for sale a complete
and extensive assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
' D'Etes, 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 call and satisfy themselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
My Stock of CLOTTING this season is ful
and large, comlrising Cloth. Frock and
Dress Coats, Cloth, Cashmerett
and Drap D'Ete Sacks, Bl'k,
Satin D'Chene White
and Striped Silk Sacks, Grass
Linen, Ponger Silk and Brown
Linen Sacks, Black and Fancy Colored
Pants, Marseils Pants, and a large assortm'nt
of Buff, White and Fancy Marseils Vests, &c.
A large supply of furnishing articles, such as
Cravats, Gloves, Uosiery, Suspenders, Collars,
Silk, Gauze, Cotton and Merino under Gar
ments, White and Colored Shirts, &c.
And a Fine Stock
Of PERFUMERY 4- FANCY ARTICLES
All Goodls in my establishment are of the
arST QUALIY and will be sold right.
J. A. VANWINKLE.
Augusta, April 1 tf II
New Spring Goods!
I ALLERSTEDT & WI51BER LY have re
-Jceeived at their old stand, corner of Globe
llotel, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga, a splendid
Fancy Dry Goods,
Among which are-Figured and Plain White
Louis Napoleon Capes and Collars,
Black Silk Lace for Mantillas,
Needle worked Underslceves and Cuffs,
Jaconet and Swiss Trimings,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Real Paris Kid and Twisted Silk Gloves,
Dress Fabrics of the newest and nost elegant
Styles and Patterns.
Printed Crape do Paris and Embroidered
Super Brocade and figured Light Silks,
Emirbroidered Bereges and Challys,
Rich China Striped and plaid Silks,
Super Embroidered [abradors,
Rich French printed Tarltons,
French Jaconets and Portsmouth Lawn,
Scotch and Swiss Ginghams,
French, English and American Prints,
And a most complete assortment of domestic
Goods for family use.
liamilton 12-4 Sheeting,
Table Linen and Damask,
Irish and Scotch Towellings, (great variety,)
Irish Linen and Bird's Eye Diaper,
Marlboro and Mariners Stripes,
Bed Tick Osnaburgs and Factory Stripes,
A great varkty of Goods for Gentlemen and
Boys wear, all of which they offer on the best
possible terms. Families visiting the City are
invited to call ann examine their Stock.
A prill S t 11
A FRIEBLLSSUPPLY OFTH E FOLLOWING
Bacon, Lard and Flour, Mlustard in Boxes,
Beef Tongues, Capers,
Cheese, Fruits ip Brandy,
Pine A pple Cheese, Strawberry, htaspbury,
Mackerel, in Barrels and Black bury Jams and
Kit ts, Jell ys,
Salmon, in Kitta, Pick'd Sarsafrasa, Strawbury,
Fresh Salmon, Raspbury and Lemon
" Mackerel, Syrups,
" Clams, Lemon and Lime Juice,
Sardines, 1-2 and 1-4 box Assorted Candies,
Pickled Pork, " Kisses,
" Beef, Bl'k and White Pepper
" Shad, While Mustard Seed,
Porto Rico Sugar, .Ground and Race Ginger
Stewarts Coffee Sugar, 'Bermuda Arrow Root,
Superior Brown " .Prepared Fanna, food for
Loaf and Crushed " ' laants,
Plv'd and Clarified do Colgate's Pearl Starch,
Java and Laguira Coffee Soda and Sal Aeratus,
Jamaica and Rio " Sal Soda and Salt Peter,
31olasses, Table and Sack Salt,
A eeneral assortment of Sperm, Adamnantine,
Teas, ITallow Candles,
Macaroni and Vermi- Turpentine, Soda, and
cilla, Fancy Soaps,
Rice and Rice Flour, Blackinig and Blacking
Soda Crackers, IBrushes,
Boston do Wine and Stoughton 's
Sgar do Bitters,
Jmnbles & Ginger Cakes, Porter and Ale,
Layor Raisinus, Olive Oil,
Currants and Citron, Castor Oil,
Maise, Nutmegs, Cloves, Wrighting Ink,
Pickles and Ketchiup, Segars anid Tobacco,
Pepper Sauces, Tubs, Buckets and P'ails
West India Preserves, Willow Baskets,
Ginger do Brotas, &c., &c.
Aulded to, the above, is a general assortment
of WINES, CORDIALS antd LiQUORS,
all of which will be sold Low FOa CAsut. by
IIOLLINGSWORTHI & NIIOLAS.
A pril 29 tf 15
J UST received a choice lot of TEA S, from
the Philadelphia Tea Company of a superior
quality, warranted or no sale. Hyson, Gun
powder, Imperial and Black of every dlescrip
tion, put up) in small packages, for family use.
For sale by S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, April 21 tf 14
Molasses and Syrups.
N OW Receiving a large Stock choice Cuba
MOLASSES, and Georgia anid New Or
leans SYR UPS. S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 21 f 14
Sugar and Cofibe.
L AM now receiving my Spring stock of
SUG AR and COFF EE, consisting of a
superior article of Brown Sugar, Clarified,
Crushed and Loaf-Government, Java and Rio
Coffee, of a superior quality.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg. A pril 21 . f 14
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jo
.t.seph Moore, dee'd., are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having demands
against the estate will present them ini due form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
SLL Persons indebted to the Estate of Samp
.? son B. Maystdee'd., are requested to nmake
payment, and all those having detnanda against
said estate will present thenm properly attested
according to law.
* EVE LINA V. MAYS, Adm'x.
April 1 3m 11
Lamp and Train Oil.
F OR SALE at the Shoe and Leather Store
of R. T. Mitse, a first rate article of LAMP
OIL, at reduced prices. Also, TRAIN and
NEATS FOOT OILS.
March h18if 9
*Bacon, Lard and Flouir,
F OR Sale for CAS ONLY, byZIR
Metcalf's New Iron-Front Sto:
A LDRCH & ROYAL, dealera in B 0 6
hand the largest and most splendid asso
LADIES, GENTS, BOYS, MISSES J
(For Retail,) of any other House in the City,
W. Persons visiting Augusta will alwa
fashionable articles to select from at our Ne%
Wf Please give us a call and see for y<
April 1, 1852.
New Spring Goods for '52,
A T my Store, near the Court House, 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 to my rich selection of
Embroideries in Collars, Chemi
zets, Uundersleeves, 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 CAst !
March 25 tf 10
TIHE Subscribers are receiving their usual
Spring and Summer Goods,
Fancy and Staple Dry. Goods,
8110ES, &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 Drug Store.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
March 25 tf 10
Brilliant Display of Jewelry,
I HAVE just received, in addition to my for
nier stock of JEWELRY, 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, Lockets, Arrows. Buttons, &c.
Fashionable Broches for Ladies and Gents,
"t Ear and Finger Rings,
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Gold Pencil Cases, with and without Pens,
Silver Combs, Coral Armlets and Necklaces.
These articles I received direct from the Import
era, are all wvaaa-rED, and shall be sold LO.ow
.-~-~rilW. P. BUTLER.
yyl15 tf 13
Spring and Summer Goods.
'T H AVE received my usualisupply of SEA
.1 SON ABLE 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 jhuy for CAsu, inducements shall be
offered........W. P. RBUTLER,
First Door East of Col Frazier.
Edgefield, S. C., A pril8 tf 12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PL EAS.
WAILLIA M MILLER, who is in the custody
TV of the Sheriti of Edgefield District, by
virtue of two writs of C'opiau ad Saliafacien
durn, at the suits respectively of George J.
Weaver & Co., and Wilson, Young & Co.,
having filed in my office, together with a Sched
ule, on oath, of his state and efieets, his petition
to the Court of Common Pleas, prayinig that he
may be admitted to the benefit of thme Acts of
the General Assembly made for the relief of
insolvent debtors. It Is ordered that the said
George J1. Weaver & Co. and the said Wilson,
Young & Co., and all other Creditors to whom
tne said William Miller is in aywise indebted,
he, and they arc hereby summoned, and have
botice to appear before the said Court at Edge
field Court ilouse on the first Monday in Octo
ber next, to show cause, if any they can, why
the prayer of the petition afuresaid, should not
T110S. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, May 3, 1852.
May 6 3m 16
State of South Carolina,
John McKinne, James Jones
and Joseph J. Kennedy, Bill for In
-es >junfction, Acc'L
The City Council of Au-J and Gent Re'ff
I T appmearing to me that the Defendants are
a body politic and eorpora.te under the
law of Georgia, and have no residence with
in this State, On motion of Mr. CAnnOLL,
Plaintiff's Solicitor, Ordered that the said
Defendants demur, plead or answer to the
Plaintiff's bill of Complaint, within three
months from the publien'tion of this Order,
or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Feb 25 3m 6
A LPersons indebted to the estate of Win.
G.Iail, dee'd., are requested to make
payment and 'those having demands against the
anne to present them properly attested to the
WM. J. WALKER, Adm'r
May 6 6ms 16
A LL persons indebted to the late Charles J.
G1 (lover will make immediate payment, as
the condition of the estate absolutely demands
the speedy collection of all debts due. Those
having claims against Mr. Glover will please
present them properly attested to the suibsriber.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adm'r.
May 5 tf 16
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mil
ton Perk ins, dee'd., are requested to make
mmediate payment, and all those having any
emands against, said estate will present them
FELIX RODGERS, Ex'or.
Jan 6 . ly 51
A CTIClE stock of BACON SIDES,
SHO 510ULDERS, HAMS, and LARD,
for sale by S. E. BOWERS.
1-.mm.b.... April 21 tf 14
re---Opposite the Masonic Han,
STS AND SHOES, have always on
ND CHILDRENS BOOTS S SHOES
ye fine a good Stock of the finest and most
NEW AND CHEAP!
TT 'Ebscriber has just received his Spring
IStock of new and
among which may be found a beautiful assort
ment of Ladies' Dress Goods, comprising all the
late styles of
Berage, Berage de Laines and Tissue.,
Real Freneh Printed Jackonets, light fabrie
and very handsome.
Color'd and Black figured Silks: rich patterns
Mull, Book, Jackonet, Swiss and Plaid Mulin
Ginghams, large assortment, and cheaper
English, French and Ameriean Prints,a great
Real Irish Linens, Linen Drilling and Cot
French Herring-bone Drilling, Drab de Ete;
Cashmaret, Black and Colored.
All the styles of bleached and brown Shirt
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; Bobinct Laces, figured
Thread, Muslin, Swiss and Linen Edging and
Ladies, Gentlemen and Misses Gloves,
" and Misses Hosiery, .a great variety.
"4 " 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' and 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. I
a 111. B. JACKON.
Hamburg, April 21 6t 14
r HlE business formerly conducted under the
.style of TRENT & SMITH, for the pur
pose of conducting a Hotel in the Town of Ham
burg, known as the American Hotel, was dis
solved on the 12th instant, by mutual consent.
THOMAS It. TRENT,
January 30th, 1852.
T HE Subscriber begs leave to return his
thanks to his boarders and the public gene
rally, for their liberal patronage at the Hotel for
merly kept by Trent & Smith, and known as
the American Hotel in the Town of Hamburg,
and would ask a further continuance of the
same; feeling assured on his part, that he can
and will give satisfa ioni to-all irmtaychalfind -
examine the old stand of James Hubbard, dee'd.
The Hotel being situated in the most business
part of Town, and convenient to the South
Carolina Rail Road and Augusta Depot.
Extra attention given to the ladies apartment,
and rooms kept foi the special accomodation of
THOMAS H. TRENT.
Hamburg, January 30th 1852.G6m 4
9-rn REGIMENT, S. C. Mf.,
REEDY CaEsx,,April 16,1852.
N'OT[CE is hereby given that the Officers
a~,nd Privates of this Regiment will assem.
ble at their Battalion Mluster Ground, armed
and equipped as the law directs, for Drill and
Instruction, on the days, time and places hercina
The Upper Battalion will assemble at Shin
burg, on Saturday, the 22d of May next.
The Lower Battalion will assemble at Red
11ill, on Saturday, the 29th of Miay.
The Commissioned, Non-Commissioned and
Regt. Staff Olicers will attend the day previous
for Drill and Instruction.
The Majors of each Battalion arc charged
with the extension of these Orders. The Bat
talions will assemble at 10 o'clock A. M. A
full and complete 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 havo
a badge of mourning on their arm on the days of
Review, in memory of the death of Lieut. Col.
Bausn, our much beloved and worthy brother
Oficeer of the Regiment.
A pril 22 6t 14
Hamburg & Edgefield Pl'k R'd,
Tj HIIS ROAD 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 eta per mile
The 4 "* "
Two " " 3 4 " "
Two " Carriages 3 " ""
One " " 2 " ( "
Horseback travellers, " 1 " " "
Vehicles on meeting, are each entitled to half
the PL ANK TRACK~, and tl-e Drivers are re
quired to turn to the " RIGHT !"
The public are respectfully informed that all
persons turning on the road, and leaving it with
out paying Toll, are subjeet to a fine of Twenty
Ten dollars reward will be paid by the com
pany, in each and every case, for proof that will
lead to the conviction of any one for violating
the law, in endavoring to avoid the payment of
Toll, as provided by-thc Charter.
Persons travelling on the Martin To n Road
toards Hsmnburg, will find it to their advan
tage to turn off on any of the roads to the left,
and intersect thc Plank Road near Sweet Water
Church or the Cherokee Ponds.
HI. A. KENRICK, President.
Hamburg, March 15 tf 5
Spann Hotel Re-Opened !
Tj HEs Subscriber having purchased this estab
Slishment, besleave to announce to the
District and to te travelling public generally,
tat he has this day taken- upon himself the
keeping of said Hotel.
All that hie-can do to render his customers
satisfied shall be done.
He respectfully solicits a share of public pat
Charges shall be as moderate as. the times
will admit. JOHN IIUIET.
Feb 19 tf 5
PERSONS who have made application for
.thieir Bounty Land, through A. M. P'zanm,
Esq., will call upon Jossra Assay, Esq., who
has eharge of the papers of Mr. PMaaNa,
Apnril 15 t 1'3