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S tracted. Meeti .
Aam My.r Lnw4qs or7 SWEE'w-rAT55R 13ptist
Chrehpnert'4htCherokee.iondsi de g-ho1lding
a ti-siieetingto commence on Saturday' be
foi&iiolilbont Tad' day 'in Augustonext, to
wi n eri i an, other biethrei are earnestly
n~vited l J H. CLIETT, (of Ga) Pastor.
-Wx.4minan, C. C.
ter ge No, 17, L 0. 0, F
, A-Regular Meeting of this Lodge
ill be held on Monday evening next
- - - '7foeloek.
Jny 7- It 20
~ Masie Notice.
- A- Regular ominunication of.
'No.'50, A.-F M., will be held at
tieii.Nfall on Saturday i-vening, the
f'ti July,'iat 7 o'clock P.M.'
o der of the W. M.
RTR. SULLIVAN, Sze'nvt
Entlet Lodge, No, 17, L - 0, F,
~ A'SPECIA L Mfeeting of this -Lodge,
- WillM'held at their Hall, on Saturday
th--24th July, at 2 o'lobek. P. M., Ito
.o fer.'the-Degree of -REeKA on all Odd Fellow's
W;s who may -make application.
:The~iembers-are requested to attend, and par
ticularly the Ladies upon whom the Degree of
RzISKAR has been confered.
. LEWIS. JONES, See'ry.
7 J. 3t 25
argains in Dry Goods!
AT AUGUSTA, GA.
W .I. CRANE has commenced selling
W1 off his large and extensive assortment or
ummuer Dry Goods,
at remarkable LOW PRICES. Th ose who wish
'to.pnirehase vGopd low will do well to give him
July7 .7t 25
17S-HER1EBY -GIVEN, that the Co-partnersip
her'eofrore existing between the Subscribers ut
dr the name and firm .of GILBEaR &. nA .N, is
thi.daydisjved bymutual consent.
Th bsinesq o th i firm will be settled.by S. &
E.M GIn~LT.- STEPHEN 'GIL;BERT,
LEONARD Cl lAPiN,
- - - ELIUS-M. GILBERT.
A, b _4"ton, 1st Jine, 1852.
& E. 1T. GILBERT will continue
j.the CARRIACGE BUSINESS at the old
2Wof.Gilbert & Chapin, (formerly S. & and .1.
bei) Nos. 35 and 44) Wenthworth st., and will
*7eeponstat*' on hand an extensive assortment of
UC.RlRIAGES 'manufnetured by themselves, ex
ressly for their owin sal-s; together with an as
sortment of other styles usually found in this mar
kethto whieh the:atteition of their old friends and
eukomers in -cspeotfully invited. .. Carriages of any
stylewilt. be made:torder, and repairing in all its
anchespromptly-andfaithfully executed on rea
. STEPIEN GILBERT,
ELIAS M. GILBERT.
. Chrleston,..st June IS52,
g rwnp indebted -to the firn of S. & J. GILDERT.
aregequested to stay pityment to S. &.E. M..Gn.
,sna3, wlto aro aztorzzed to settle the business of
7tu REGIMENT, S. C. M.';
*CHAvas' CaE K',July 6th, 1852.
1'E LOWER NAT'AUjON of thjs Reri
..ment will assemble at the Cherokee Ponds,
o uraythe,.J'in's4 armed and equiped as
ieG dirceebfferDilIndd ReviewT Cimis
ud noeis..CmVisloned Ofileers, including
nbe~ s rvos foir DrIl -and
m .,Cosimissio~CQ nnu.ted Offiers in
ik abethe .day -previouasfor
-Cat'n Hinuison~ an4CucxusGHAsr are ellarged
he i2 ieorers .to their respee-.
.wer - - - D.LESHAW,
- leut. Col. Commanding.'
MiS T Ah1FFuDN Adutanlt.
e. Jlyt7. St25
A.OUT the first of-.]vvember 1815, the Sub
,t.scriber .commnced- the Art if destre.,ying
C4IQR -WORTS, ad continued successfully
autzl1prit .1847, -when he wast struck -with the
al.hapd of-Providence, -which.rendered him
i ts tattend to. business of that kind. Many
pltfis'a idv.been, made. which. were-.refused,
?8ie*dly-his affliction and age has entirely
acie im'f'thatprctide. Within the last twelve
months he has received several letters from his.
frietdsgotiiiiinyj snell amountmi of money, stating
thsienarne-and the pilt'tieular phase they are affliet
ed; whiqirrall'thzat he* Irishes to know.
aiI anm.prepared,--with email tin boxes, to send hy
milg-mynapplication to any- part of the United
States,.where-.omplaint--is visible. -If invisible, I
shalktr~ tige strength of Art. Should the person
inirictly foknithe directions that I will give for three
months, and should fail to cure, I will replace half
th'dmn back to them again.
$9eersiill',Edgefield, S. C.
Ejr'The:Sooth Carolinian, Hamburg Republicenr,
.JbiioBanner and Anderson Gazette will copy'
eo~a ~and fo.rward their accounts.
of a wi of-Fer. .Facias, to
hicted, I shalt,. proceed to. sell at
e1fgsuirt Houee, on thefirst Monday and
Tdayin August next, tlime follo(ving property,
iurh dilowing eases, viz:
S8etir~utlerva Wm. Herbert, one house and
lot situate and being on thi Corner of Centre
,and Tillman Streets in the Town of Hamburg,
known4..ib~eplan-f-said Town, as lot Niionie
huired and thirty-three (l'43)s.bounded on the
North by Lot No 134, Eastby Cook Street,.
8'o h b'y Tillmsan Street, and West by Centre
eh atiia~ fifty feet front on Centre Street,
and ru'hnirg 'eik orie hundred anid fifty feet,.
more ogless. . -
- LEWIS JONES,.s. E. D
Jn y 1852 . 4t '25
,.~,ersons are hereby. cautioned from tr ding
.L.,Aote of hand givenr- by Lloyd Mtchell,
an .0zadesyable to Washington Stalnaker, or
bearr as-kthe drawer is also rcquested 'not to
pay thtsamo, as the property for which the note
wsthinlbseuiber a ad not Wash. Staln.aker's.
we Is A. T.IHODGES.
MI~Y.:Priee foy-WOOD,.an and after the 1st of
- T.Juty,.wil- be *2,00-per Load.
July 7..- -: 1- - '-- -25
ALLerbons indebted to thd'-estaite of4T.ero.'
n tay, deo'd., are hereb notified i
make-immediate payment, and those having di
mands will present them properly-attested.
-,. . . H.. WRIGHT, Adm'r:
JJy'7 3 2. 3m~ - '25'
gy-Abbseville.Banner will copy three months
A;.LfPiironaindebed'totbd-estate of Ellingon
1.Cli'k de dr, -are herebgFboified to make i'm-m
medi~j~nepad those.avngdemands aginst
* te properly-attested; -
- *JAS. BLACKWELL.
l-the estate of' G.W.
~ ~e~ estedto make'prompt
mtoantd those .having
By Win aybin & H E. a~rily
oE P W pri '6or'e this universally-knoWn and
log established Hotel takes, this opportunity
of'returnng his. siacere thanks to his friends and
ihe psblic for-the very liberal patronage he, for so
many: years. -has enjoyed at.their hands; andbegs
toainform them that he has taken into partnership
witli himself in. the management of the business
Mr. H. E. HARDY, the former gentlemanly su
perintendent of the house, whose urbanity and un
remittingattention have. afflrdedso much satisfac
tion to the-frequenters.of the CONGAREE.
We are not in.fa4or of great promise, and desire
to avoid boasting, but-we can assure those who stop
at our Hlotel that nothing whieh' personal efort or
liberal expeiditire *on our part can accomplish to
cdntribute to their omfort will be left undone-our
iiiientfin being to make the CONGAREE HOUSE
a teinpon4ykoifor its guests.
NJ B.-Mr. W. Hitchecnk's fine Omnibuses will
eonn''pssnge' s toand from the various Railroad
Depots to:this Hose; and his elegant Carriages
will alwaysbe promptly at the service of those who
.desire to ride about'the oty or visit the adjoining
July 2-- 4t 25
T HE Subscriber having other important busi
.ness which imperiously demands his attention,
has.dutermined to dispose of his business in-con
nexion with the Carolina Hotel. He will
therefore sell at private sale the Furniture of the
Hotel, as also, the unexpired term of his lease.
Any person desirous of purchasing the same will
please call onin on or before "the tientiy-firit of
July next, oi which day he will-sefl at public out
cry the said property, if not otherwise disposed of.
The Carolina Ho1tel is situated at a central point
in the Town' of Ilaniburg and itan old estafilished
and well known stand, and is now doing an excellent
busiiess, considering the dullness of the. season.
The Subscriber has no hesitation in -saying to
those'who may desire-to conduct a. Hotel,- that. the.
Carolina Ilotel is an excellent stand and.likely to be
profitable to the proprietor.
JOILq A. HOUSTON.
Hamburg, July 2 3t 25
For . Sale.
AHOUSE.-AND LOT. containing about two
I L acres, one. and a half miles from Edgefield on
ihe Colunbia Road. There are ou the Lot a well
of good water and all necessary outbuild-ings for a
The place willbe sold -for Cash or on time,
the purchase money being ani'ply sicured-and
immediate possession given. Apply at this Office.
"jFeb 3 tf- 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
y H1. T. WRIGH r;Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Doug!as Robertson bath applied to
me for Letters of Adiinistration, on *all and
singultr the goods and chattles, rights and cred
its of Temperance Robertson, late of the Dis
trict aforesaid, deceased.
Tiese are, therefors. to cite and admonish all
ancl .singular, tho 'kindred and creditdra of the
Iid decensed, to be and nppedr before me, at
our'next' Ordiinry's Courtfor the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield Ciurt House, on th'c
12th day of July next, to show cause, if aif,
why the said administrittion should not be
Gihen under siny hand'and seal, this the 24th
dauy of June in tie year of our Lord one thous
anid eight hundred and fifty-two, and' in the
seventy-sixth'yeitr of American Independenee.
. I..WRIGHT, ..,.
. June.. . 2t 24..
State-of South Carolina,.
.. INCOMMON PLEAS.
S- a Lhcne h )DecL Na Attachmes .
Richard Bailey. -
T HIE 'Plaintiff in the above ease'having this-day '
I.filed his Deeclaraition in my O~icci~and thieDe
'op~of lajitio with a rtle toiitf eso
Le served ) motioiofe MtMoaAaoshAtosi
ror Plaintf :Qired sthat snid.6Defendant appeh
and plead~t said D elarautionis within a yearind a
1iy frdnm'the 'dat. he~f or .jpdgments. wifl be
at'arded against lini by 'defaut.
-THIO . G. BACON, C. E..D.
-Clerk's Office. June 1, 1852. ly . 20
Land for Sale?
!JHE Subscriber wishing to change his business
.Loffers- hls land -for sale situated in Edgefield.
Distriet,.six miles below Liberty 11ill. The Land' is
in two tret-one containing eight hundred anes,
the otlnr fotr..hundred and fifty acres. --
I will gell said lands separately or together.-asmav
best suit the purchaser. The above places- arc well
imnpro'ved and will well rewar4l the cultivator if judi
ciousl~ tilled. ' .-- -
The Terms will' be made easy to a-punctual ptir
ehasecr. I also have some LIKELY. YOUNG
NEG ROES for Fale. Among the number is a first
rate I louse 'Carpenter. Any person wishing to
purchase can proeuri a greiit bargain by applying
to the subscriber on the premises.
.JOHN TOMPKINS. .
June 30 tf - 24'
TUST received a supply of Fresh Turnip Seed of
I) superior quality.' For sale by
IHOLLINGSWORITHI & NICH-OL AS.
June 30 . tf 24
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be
Imade at the Session of thme next Legislature for
tun Act of incorporation for the Bethleham Church
Camp Ground in Edgefield District..
-June 26 tf 24
T1'IIlE children of Zilphia Noble, dee'd, are hereby
.. notified to make application to the subscriber
for their interest in her pension claim.
- F.' O'CONNOR, Adm'r.
Juno 30. -3m 24
ALL persons iihdebted to the estate of Henry 'F.
AFreesan, dee'd.,' wihli conic forward mime
diately, and make paymetit and- those' having de
mnauds .wil# iender them 'in properly-attested.
- J.. H.:JENNINGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly '51
- LL Perso'ns indebted. to the" Estate. of.Joseph
..lMbore, dee'd., are requnested to make immedi
ate payment, and thoso haviitg'deinuinds against the
estate will present them in due form.
* ,. -- E.'PENN Ex'or.
*Feb-12 '.i : -
(E T.IOUSAND DOLLARS, on Mortgage
.fRelEstate. Apply -to the Advefttser
Offices.. - B.' C.
Mayj 20 -. t 2--0o
Land for Sale.
I Would be glad to sellione hundied' acres of the
-tract of land en. which I live.- ~ hat'I propose
to part with is all woodland, .and precisely four
miles from the Village, ongthe-~olunibia Boad
aan excellent situation for a pleasant residence..
. aermdIroner.. aei ,paiioneu
desird: dr at i~~~
TUST Receiving ife uiyr(PicklesPe
serves, Sajideins,r- Xobaers,: SaM on, ir
Raisinsrutres; Essegemidr I esh-Mue
Hnjug.April 17.- Mt- ,,i
a e' a Sto choicet(ulhmMOO
LAME~adGei. a nd R raling
8:HaEUrg'$ flt< . Ot WE-RS-1
,AjEMNVJLLE ..IST ICT, 5. C.
~H~deligihtful WATRM.V,.PACE -'W,.
. reay to rebeive, eopazi3' b 20il Juiu Ta
the followig rates:
Man,.per day............. ...
Man, per week........ . . w
Over one week ........ ...... ..51
Children and servants half price.
: Horse, per day..................
Horse, per week.................
P. S.-A large addition - has been uade 5 hi
Hotel since last summer, in order to.accommoda
all that may give us a call.
There is also a Billiard Table and Ten Ti.Alley
attached to the place- for the amusemndit of the
company, fre4 of charge.
P.-W. & R. S. CHICK, Proprietors.
June 17 - 22
INCIDENTS OF A OUE1IYIEi
FROM ABBEVILLE, SOUTW--CAROLINA,
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER -OF "SMA.E TINGS."
'IIIE above is the Title-of a lively and interesting
little work, just published and for sale at this
Office, and the Stores of SuLLiVAN & BRo-rza, G.
L. Pass and WiLLIA5 & Cuaa-r:i.
07 Price only 25 Cents.
June 24 tf 23
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR. YOUNG LADIES.
T HE Exercises connected with the AnmuA Ex
- amination of the Pupils of .this Istitution
will commence on THURSDAY, the 22d of July
next, and be continued in the following order:
Thursday Morning, examination of the Classes
in the Primary Department.
Thursday Evening, do do Acadeinie Dep'nt.
Friday. Morning, do do Collegiate Dep'nt.
" Evening,(3-o'clock) Addiess.to the sPi
pils md antrons.
Friddy Night, Annual Concert.
The Patrons and friends 6f- the Institutiot are
rpectfullyinvited to attenJ
CHAS. A. RAYMOND, PartscJra.
June 22 6t22
HTE Friends of'CAl. F. W. PICKENS,
beg leave to present him to the people of Edge.
field, and of the Districts which may be thrown
with us by the-new apportionment, as an emi
nently suitable person to represent us in the
Congress of the United States; Mr. BURT
having positively declined a reclection, it be
omes our duty to select his -successor with
ai-e; and we respectfully suaggest that the ex
perience and. ability of.Col. PJ.CNENs shoni.d
be again called: into requisition upon the very
floor wherehe :has hitherto served us so effi
iently. It is- perhaps proper to zidd, on -our.
part, that this announcement is tendered wvith
Dut Col. 1"s knowledge or desire, and with no
eeling of opposition to any individual.
'W THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as- a capdidite to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next
ongress; Mr. BUR-T having po'sitively declined
This nomination, like another which appdars
in this paper, was made by the friends of Capt.
B. phrely of thieir own accord, without reference
to his wishes on ~tlie subjet. aind' withouit the.
remotest design. of .Forestalling public, opinion
S his Favor -against .aoy individmaL.
-WThe Friends of Dr. JOHN LAKE,
aiianntounce ~him is a Candidate' fer's Sent
n the next,.Legislature.
-137 Tha Frfnds- oF! JAMES CAMERtON,
pya :ea j~ihog se of Repreitirtn iu
lie nsntapjeetierl, . -
uonnee him ~a*Caildate T'r Cea an
YI lie Friends' of .:GR-AY E*q., tes
>eetfully nominate him as a, Candidate forna
eat in. the Hlouse oF- Representatives at the
g The Friends of-WILEY HARRISON,
mnounee hin~ias a Candidate for a seat in the
W7 The Friends of Col. S. CHRIS3TIE,
-espeefully announce him as a Candiduate for a
eat in the IHouse of Representatives at the
1! The friends of S. S. TOMPKINS, Esq.,
vould respectFully nominate himi as a Candidate
'or a Seat in the House of Representatives of
h next Legislature.
1I The Friends of GEORGE WV. LAN
)RUM, Esq., announee him as a Candidate for
Scat in the House of Representatives, at the
If GEN. JOHN R. WEVER, is respect
ully announced by' his Friends, as a Candidate,
or re-election, for a Seat in the House of Rep
esentatives, at the ensuinig election.
17 The Friends of Maj. J.-C. ALLEN,
nnounce him as a Candidate for a Scat in the
louse of Representatives at the next election.
9jp MAX. TILLMAN WATSON, is respect
~ully announced by his Friends as a Candidate
or a Seat in the House of Representatives at
hec ensuing election.
17 The Friends of Col. 3. P. CARROLL,
wvoul respectfully nominate him as a Candidate
or a'Seat in the House of Re'presentatives of
igyDR. W. S. MOBLEY, is respectfully
annoneed, by hist friends, as a Candidate for a
Seat in the House of Representatives of the
ert Legislature. -
gThe Friends ofCapt A. J. HAMMOND
respetfully announce him as a Candidate' for a
Beat in the House of Representatives at the
JO7R The Friends of JOHN CHEATHAM,
Esq., respetfully nominate him as a Candidate
for. a Seat in theo House of Representatives at
the! ext election.
A7 The Friends of JOSEPH ABNEY,
Es~q., would respectfully nominate him as Can
didatefor re-election to a Seat in the House of
Representatvs of the next Legislature.
Candidates for -ColoneL
STHE Friends of Maj. D. L. SHAW,
respectfully nominate him as a Candidate for
Cdlonel to fill the vacancy occasied by the res
r'aE~l. G. -D. Masts.
-LL persons indebted--t(Tn .
ACollins, dee'd., are.regnented t9 make imnme
dite payment, and those having demands, .against
the same to preicent them poel attested. .
-- . - 3. A. .OLIS, .Adrn'r.
Lanp and Tra~im Oil.
S70 ALI? at th Shoe an1 Leathe Store of
XT;)ma t artil .of ?AJff cliA
id e I '~1 aikna BA2 S
nuItandJd I purigg
The Four-th-AnNuaI :~154h6will?
Noveimbernextaid ' we
iis epected iAt
defiveredby.the anin A
ricultui-al address by o .-Y
and.Industry a a aco
amd llothsr u Cattle
beand~5winb , hi beh suitabl
proimseirili -- -
- To the T itJg o a ontribut&.
fineh ts iees i all of its.Ex
hibitions,the Oomfisitt pes15charged
and suitable eminms will b(
awarded to th . . epartmnent
pNeasile. in" aimnD - nmu,'ellientiii
far.attended - heirn ..*W ken,theSOuth
ern States to their i9I.0 ifyingthel
ldbor, encouraging . o ..2 ina and.de
vcloping -theird., t oa have n4
doubt -tA'tthoA beeal
who may'attend'ia c cithis Ianti
tute hai made fo t iSi1UWe not.beer
thrown aiay,1but drougho't ti
Fair will please Mdr 4AsqqIi Chair
man Commitie6 of A A'epsr a 3da
a~s possibl4 - " onmay b
made snd ll itrti~e i' *'Jbestudvantage.
*Wh.iel..LP ei et
WM. KTRKW Iee Presid't.
-JOS. WA 0 0_ do
L A. .DO rer.
.Dirictos-4. HX%..4~RaErnoL~s, r.
L M -HAra; -E W A[ WABJaLKER, C
RiCuHaASI N,:E # x% LBT
HENaY OglA, E C wr~IJn on.
-Chai r oadence.
June 22 :123
TEACHER? ANTEj. -
A TEACHER ldo take eherge of th
EdgetLc ~M e.~-.T'io- applican
muis be ai j1'i .FESSION; one
who has xpisided 'And amply qual
itied for preliaring XteSouthiCaroli
nd Collegev-oan 4 table:- qualiniations,
the place offers many W4
Address the -2 -
J N LIESCOMB,
Tj E S bsriber h ak'reased this establish
TI ient, begs Igh'o annonee to the District
and to the.c travelling pilblio generallythat -he has
this day tiken i* daihIanelI the- keeping of-said
All that he:canoi tddenhis customers satis
led shall b&done.*
*He..respeetfqily share public pat
Charges shalM be erate as the times-will
admit. -J0IN 7IET.
Feb 19 .05
I tri eT,..C. Mr-A
Clu ,a1xuane 7, 1852.
TN prsunceof . 'vtilfr-om Brig.Gen.
I J. R. WEvat,~an ~lnwill be hield on Friday,
the 30th day. of July' O fil*the@ .vacancy ocea
sionaed by..theresigna :4li..D.4Mimas.
Each.Captain or Co is 4gfeer of .theiat~
ferent.Companiea of *ganesat, rdll-ut up at
the~ r~ed es~? .riveComplane a
notioiof ov, , g - days previous
clir~eo/a ordr ialna~al
tte'dse;i oifrt ~ n n nne eisch
deeeny' hary6sijp1 ; isenlier mem
bersof Lgqcorpai * DtSn U
.. - ~ ~ t-eustone cf
the rinoin fire required to
meeti:h'e Old Allsp t of July, (the
day foll~wiing,)f "auttthe declare the el.etion
adcertify the samn'toi ~Q. J. R..Wavua.
- ,L. tHJAW,
- . Comimanding.
June 10' - .T . 21.
ORDERS, NO.2. ..*
IN pursuaniee of Orders eived from B3rig. Gen.
1.. R. W EVER an electol ~ilbe -held on Friday1
the 30th day of utly x:e ' lltiio vaeiney occa
sioned by the resignatioe t.'Col. Cor.Exxx.
Each Captain or Commuatding' Officer of the dif
ferent, Conpanies of the Rkgimentin put up at
the rendezvous of theit>rijspetive companies, a
notice of the above :election, thirty days previous
thereto, and order toihiis.'as'i tanee two of his subal
tern officeers, or ~if. there be ,. et one or* none, suchi
deiiey must be supplisiby' any member-or
members of the comnpanty. he, may appoit, so that
these persons shall open ,atabold..poll at such
companly rendezvous from ligelock, A. M., to ~
o'clock P. M.
The managers, orsitleastmne if them, from eac1
place-of election, are reqystdteYomeet at the Pine
House on the 31st of daty following]
count the votes, deolate tl~leton and certify the
same to Brig. Gen J. R. lszvua..
. - L. SHlAW,
ILiit; aot. Commanding.
June 10 81- 21
Valuable Pine Lands for Sale,
T flE Subscriber offers for sle his valuabale traci
of PINEY WOODS LAND,.with clay foun
dation; siuae'nah*lti Lower 'Columbis
Road, and convenient to market, being about elevetr
miles East-of Edgefleld'C: H. '5miles from H1am
burg, and 16'from Aiken- and ' nitoville..
The Tract contaiais;Einht aundred .ahd seventy'
three acres of good farming'LaaT, well adapted ti
tec cultivation.. of Corn,iCotteat and small grain
About250 acres arc-cleared, anif~nenr 150 acre. ir
a high state of cultivation, -anlunderigood' fences;
the balance of the traot..is zin wqols and well tim
bred. On the premipess are qigoodi, comfortabh
two story, frame Dwelling Uothie,.and all necessar)
outbuildings-Also a fine well,afgood, pure water
In the rieighborhod'of tle lboje'tract are three
or four'Grist and Saw.Mills
All or-a part of111he ab~vo trihi be.uold, ana
to an tapproved purch~e terns will he made
acommodating. -'Any one ~U~g to purchas<
will do well to dall and see for ileselves.
- -WM. JOHNSON.
Ridge Land ib Sile.
T HE Subscribhei fferu for eeis v:aluable Trac
. of Land, containing Twoifndred~ and thirty
four (234) acres,"lylng oiahpt, sdes4.of Beacl
Creeknear the'Volunibia1 'da~ doinipg lands
of, Capt. R.WaM J$tnsrnoiri.ad'others.
Ona the Tract-is a'food-D de~flue, Kitohen
Snoke-house-nafl allotbeu e "'uthuildings
with an excellent.-well of *atert: -
One hundred-andtwentyinsesefo the'ahoy<
tract are cleareL-naearly ilk~esh.'land, and-un
der good fences. Thist Limd,is irehiadapted to th
cultivation of Cotton, Cornin&Grain.O'
Said Tract can bh',taded tori on .goed terms, be
tween now, anda.the.Jasttre.Ostobr, 4but if not di.
posed of. by tha*t~ie .wl a~~ssuele-outery
at Edg'efield Codrt. ouse o fndy
Noveanber next.. .JGA)CKER
RdeAirl15, .m 13
- '~a superiot
- .e ART3IN.
HE xeroises of thes. Instituions wiil be re
sumed- on MONDAV. 12th of July next,
.. S'rEEDA.'DB.,rinceipal. -
--Mr.'J. M. PEIer' Assistant.
Rev. T:J'. PEAR)E, A. B;, Principal.
- Miss M. CoRrEiiA EE2o'r Assistant. -
Miss E M. McANALLY., Instruetess is Msie,
'Drawing, Painting and Emproidery.
Pza SEssio 'or FivE Mo'Ms.
Primary Department, 1st Class;.......,...$6,00
-. 2d ".!.-....-. 2.-9,00
Semnd . - " - ......... .......12,00
Third - ". ..............:.....15,00
Including higher Mathematies and An
cient Languages.............1 0I
Modern Languages, each..10,0
Contingencies from 50 to 75 ets per Session.
The aboveiare the same in both Institutions.
Music on Piano $20 ;-use of Piano $2; pr Ses. 22.00
Drawing, Painting and Embroidery, each. ..10,00
Board from $8 to $10 per month.
No charges besides the' above are mide aiolnst
any Student, except for books and damage done the
property of the Institutions.
Parents and Guardians are particularly requested,
not to pay any accounts made by their sons or
w.aIrds ivh6iit their- direction.- -
ID Bj request of the Trut6es, Mr. E. A.
S'EED,-will deliver an Address on Wednesday the
14th of July next, 8' o'clock, P. M., in the Chapel
of the. HIdges Institute on the claims of Southern
Literatire All piions interested in the subject
aie iunitod to aitend: .u c
- - WM. P., IIILL, Sec'ry.
Greenwood, June 12 . 4t 22
White Silk Fringes'
'SNOWDEN & SHEAR have received from
New York, an assortnient of Plain and Crimped
White Silk Fringes for Ladies' Mantillas, of beau
tiful styles. They have also on hand, Ladies'
White Watered Silk Mantillas, Ladies' White and
Black Lace Embroidered Mantillas, Ladies' Em
broidered Muslin Chimasettes, Muslin and Lace
Undersleeves, Valenciennes Lace and Muslin Col
lars. -Also, a supply of Ladies' Summer Dress
Goods, in a great variety of styles, of new and ele
gant designs, and to all of which they respectfully
invite the attention of the Ladies.
Augusta, June 10 tf 21
SNOWDEN & SHEAR have received from
New York, a large supply of 4-4, 5-4 and 0-4
Plain and Checked India Matting, of superior qual
ity,.and to. which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of the public.
A-ugusta, June'10 tf 21
Dutch' Bolting Cloths.
SNOWDEN & SUEAR have received from
New York, Dutch Bolting Cloths, of the best
qality, Nos. 0, 1,2; 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 aid 10, and
to whiehithe attention of the public is respectfully
Augusta, June 10 tf 21
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd
TlS ROAD is'now omilleted and opened for
.Ltravel fron the- Cherokee Ponds and Sweet
Water to Hamburg. -
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 eta per infle
Three . -. . 4 " " ..
Two -" ". 3. "
Two Carriages 3 " " "
One I 2 ' 9 49
Horseback travellers, *" - " "- "
-Vehicles on meeting, are each entitled to half the
PL ANK TRA CK, and the.*Drivers arc required to
turn to the " RIGHT 1"
The public arc respedtfully liifdirme'd thiat all per
son'sturnibg on thaeroad, and leavinj~it withoutpay
1iin Toll; are subjec't to a fine of 'Twenty Dollars.
Ten dollars reward will be paid by the compapy,
in-each and, every case, for proof..that will lead to
the conviction of any offs for violating the law, in
kndfeavring to avoiJ thjaymdnt6f Tull,~as provi
de'd by the' Charter. -~
Bi. ersons traselling onthe Martin To-- n Roadsto
.wards Hamburg .will. find,.it to her. advdntage to
turn 'off on any-y (be roads to.the 14, and intersect
th i t nirSetfl Chaurh or the
Hlauisburg, Maroh 15 - . tf ., . : 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- * IN COMMON PL EAS.
UTLLIAM M~ILLERf, who is ini the custody of
Y.the Sheriff of Edgefield- District, by virtue
of two writs of Copias ad Satisfasiefdum, at the
suits respectively of George J. Weaver & Co.,
and Wilson, Young & Co., having filed in my office,
together with a Schedule, on oath, of his state and
efrects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
praying that he may bc-admitted to the benefit of
the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the
relief of insolvent debtors. It is ordered that the
said George J. Weaver & Co. and the said Wilson,
Young & Co., and all other Creditors to whonm the
said William Miller is in anywise indebted, he, and
they are hereby sumimoned, and have notice to
appear before the said Court at Edgefield Court
Ifouse on the first Monday in October next, to show
cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the peti
tion aforesaid, should not be granted.
Clek' OfieTHOS. G. BACON, 0. E. D.
Clek OfieMay 3, 1852.
May 6 3m 16
--- MY Friends and customers can
find me in the house below Hol
usul wll akelingsworth. & Nicholas, and as
usul wll aketo order. for CASH,
Fine Drees Boots...............$7 00
do Pump Boots................ 8 00
do Double Sole Water-Proof.......9. 00
All other kinds of work it the lowest pric.
Excellent Work, good Fits and. superior style,
guarantied to all those that may favour mec with
a call. 'WM. MscEVOY.
Jan29 - tf 2
A -LL~ Persons indebted to the estate of Oliver
- Towles, are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having demandsagainst the same
will render them in properly attested..
R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
Oct. 9 tf . 38
- Notice. -
ALL those Indebted to the estate of Charles
.t.B. Logan, dee'd., arc required .to make pay
ment, and those ha'.ing demands to present, then
M. W. LILES, Ars
A. NIX, A's
E. P. IOLLOWAY.3. .
Feb 19 .' 1m ' 5
- LL prsons having demands against the estate
L.of J. A. Perrin, dee'd., are requested to ren.
der -them -in -to Capt..W1. IHarrison, as ho is my
Agent during my absence from the State.
A. PERRIN, Adm'r.
A pril l tf 11
A LL. Persons indebted to the Estate of- Sampson
.IB. -Mays, dee'd., arc requested - to make pay.
meat, and'all those having demands against said
estate will present thiem properly attested according
-EVELINA V.-MAYS, Adm'x.
April 1 3m . -- 11
LNoes due the Subscribet, individually ot
A sxeentor, are placed in theoBank of H1am
burg, for collection. These indebted wilpleas
-make immediate payment.
Dr. John M. Galphin, will act as my Attorney
- during my-absenc from the State -
De,- - . D. ARDIS.
nowbtained in its purity, ptdt up i ot.
Jaundice, Sick, ach, iziis9s
Appetite; onstipationefthe BoteelsjPile
caused by Costitineds ,Pain'i..the-Bmeel, or
Rheumatism,'cated - by/i ske of-Mercury,
Syp hilis,' ScrifiU aBoill ,' >.
'HIS PREPARATION~s-nada-as -par ' aosel
ble. Its biter taste, and . abenetlca efibets in
diseases of the Liver, and diseases arug froinan int
pursitate of the-~Blood, prioveit tbe -t
prearation of Sampariilla that Is mAde.
-Those who-.have used.the..varioqu-preqaations of
Sarsaparilla will find, b the, taste and effeet, 'that
there is. more Sarsail ain oie bottle of Dr. DaN
Nis' preparation,-tan in half .adozea bottles-as -iti
generally made.- ;.. -,.
.Its alerative and mildly p ae effen pnthe
bowelst make itnet only a good subsiltute frMei
enry, butti a'ntmovm~g-U diseasssarilug-from
the imprudent use of Mereny.
- WPepared only by J, DE.N8, M. D., Ag'e
Sold by A;G. TVA662 an"G.L':PZrNx, Edefieldi
C. H.; P. M. CoitEN and CARET & COUTIILRER,
Charleston; BoArwaRniT:& Mzor-and.'F. -CuaIs,
Columbia; -A. J. CREIGHToN, Hamburg; Wx. F.
TUTT, D. B.-PLUm, HAVILAND &RI5IEY, W. F.
& J. TunriN, W. X. KITCi' BaRityTr & CAR
TER; Augusta; Gi'o and by Druggists generally.
I Pride--$1per bottle; :6 botle'for-S5.-: ' Z :
Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIa
June 26,1851 tf
State of South -Carolina,
N COOWN PLEAS.
L. Suber, Agent, -
William B. Brannon. -
Howard, McDonald & Cd.
vs - - Attachment.
The Same. -
R. M. Owengs
Ilundly, Rosemon & Co.
J. J. Kennedy,
Willam P. Delphi
Vs' - ichmen.
H1JlEREAS, the Plaintifs did on the first day
of f arch instant, file 'their reelraotibns
against the Defendants, who, as- it-is said, is 4beint
from and without the limits of this State,'and has
neither wife nor Attorney known within..the same,
upon whom a.copy.of .the said declarationsmight
be served:. On motion of Mr. GRAY, Plaintiff's At
torney: It is therefore, Ordered That-the.said De
fondant do appear and plead to the said 'declarationi
within a year ana a day, frpm the 4ate'of this pub
licatioi, otliewis6 final and absolute'judgnentowill
then be given and awarded against him.
THOS: G. BACON, c. z. D.
Clerk's Office, March I,-1P52.
Mareh-11 - ly - - 8
State of South-Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, - -
IN COMMON PL E AS.
W. & J. all,
W. B. Brannon.
Miitheny & Bewly I
W. B3. Brannon.
J. Taylo,Jr., d o. . .
'.- - - *)t Attachment
Richard Campbel -- -
Dr. A. J..Crig oii~ - tes
W..B. Brannon.' ?'
Plainltif'li in the odIs wn
.Lths day filed thoeiD Ddaatlinif"iii my Offid~e
and the Defendants hawing neitheriviveinor"At
tofrneys kn-6wn to r/eside- withinn the limitso?' his
State-on whom a eopy-of.snid--Deearatons. with
a rule to plead can be served: On moi U~
Sin. ttorne f~ningQrdred~ i
within ytididi-Ra'y in
default thereof, judgmerit wifl d ed. is
them.-. .- .. -- -Tl(OS.- G. BACOf. a. D.t
Clerk's Office, March:I, 1852.:- lya - 9
State of South Carolina,
IN.COMMON PL EAS.
M. M. & J. W. Grantham.3
Belcher & Hlollingsworth~
M. M. Granthanm.
Belceher & Ilollingsworth, - -
Grantham, Logan & Co.
TIE'Plaintifra in the above stated eases havng
Lthis dayfiled' their Deeiareti6nsin my Offie,
and the Defendants-having neitheriives nor A ttor
neys known to reside within the limits of this State
on whom a copy-of said declarations with a rjzle
to plead eao be aerved : -On motion of Mr;}MARTIN,
Attorney for Plaintifik:. Ordered 'that said Defen
dants, appear and plead to said .Declarations within
a' year and a day from 'the date hereof, or in default
thereof, judgment will be rendered against them.
. THOS. 'G. BACON, c. z. D.
Clerk's Office, March 12. 1852. Iyq. .9
State of Sofuth Carolina,'
IN THE COMMON PLE'AS.
W. E. Jackson,
us. Dcia. in Attach'nt
Thos. M. Robinson.
' T. N. Poullain & Son,)
u,.-. Decda. in Attach' nt
Pleasant M. Tidwell.3
W. E. Jackson,. D-l.i Atc'
Pleasant M. Tidwell. - -
H-enry Moore, -
us. Decla. in Attach' at
Pleasant M. Tidwell. -
Tp HE Plaintiffsain the above eases-having this day
Ifiled their-Deelarations in my Officee, and neith
er of ~ tho befendants having either wife or attorney
-known to reside within the limits of this State, on
whom copie's df said' Deedrationiivt rules toplead
can be-served : On motiorn of Mir. MIAGRATJI Attor
ney for Plaintiffs, Ordered, that said 1Defendants
appear and plead to said, declaratlons within a yeaz
and a day fromthe date hereof, or-ia default there
of,'judgment will be awarded against them.:
* T. G. BACON, c.L. -
Clerk's Office, Oct 7, 1851. ...ly . - .38
State of South Carolina,
~ IN'COMMOiN PLE AS. -
The Bank of Hanmbury 8. CO
William B. Brannoni.
- HNflantiffithehisbove ease havin this day
1.filed his Deelaration iniiny Office, aid'The De
fendant having neither wife riot'Attorney khownto
resido within the limits of thIs State, ov-hotn a
copy..of said declaration~with a.Rule to plead can be
served,: On motion of Mr. Bausxwr,-.Attorney
for Plaintiff', ( Ordered That said.Defendant aplpear
and plead to said declaration within a, year-and
'a day -from the date hiereof5 or .in defauilt thereof
judgment will be'rendered agaiist himn .
-.- -THos.' G. BJ3COl e a&n
Clerk's Office, March 8, 185k:-. '
-Marche11 17 i
UtST received and for ipleis fine lot of Plokled
- Pork .
HOLTINGSWO TR &NICHOLAS
Tune 17? tf 2.~f
RICH PRING. DRT-0OOP
-ehieleiR ---rp~t- -ac i
kred.-e G i f
ia and Second-daJee(.? i4 .
Dw . a11 liIII - n- i "
Rrean i-Msg eate
.:' onrev! -ii~, ?~
Frenchad ziuLaieaa guni
reu*ctffly iite the ji~ni >
Mrch 17 t --
Brilliant 1 aispl ., '
Double an. tgje.
Gentiemien'ua Tob --
Lafd ChatalaiuieranG -ua
a N" Gold'Bands~ani iflrBrahee-~i
Crosses I oekets,.rro. Botans
" Ear ~ndr~gR!,
Silver Cumbe; CoraLirnle
are all w aamyyny nTDU od P
known';asthe. Asniesn V
the 12th hntantjby ntu o
- tIf)I Z.,o-rpdrSXh
Treit S&$mith, and s
iii'the 'wi efi mber;
- 'btimuaie of tli e
parthi d ii i
may call'iand-ex'amin- t sl in -
The Hotlpei n
part nown og
inl 1old Adnb
: - Wyo Pn.Jnif
Mia. Lzwis;-The?tedftte ti yob
invented, ad'are. now4 rdigi!
mot excollet arce4-an
it in constant use--it haner eku
cimn od~t r. mos ch effl rfdzj
farmeirlii all seelbris, iind colah~o
part with .the ope I have, #ih~u
orbtaining another,- for live ilm~iW
Mi.sr ,' N~-~t Sir:.qp
-one of jour Straw Cutterso~at
paration of deorgiaSaapia.Sneothu
were very bard and tongh-Ism1
Straw Ctter has -far; exceedet
Thep je caged not fear'bf'itseq6
by duiii ng'aaorfodder, orI
ting: haarE substances in It. .
hoir I like the Straw-Cutter. I buh
I -safr It exceef any thing of~the in
seen, and- I could not be in8efpuwO
without the prospec of g
commsen opnderation. bgacr
DriA ra:- I haveblen osinj o fee
.Cutt'ers eome threei or kurndi-.m ~ n~a~
tost its advantages over all
it,.will..reommend iliielf t'd~r'~iw
ad'aptedness to cutting all li iiade
desirable length, its secuit ato, tboig or
minimnum of power. ruiredt keeplt spira ?
the dispatehWvith" wh i x r
bined-.ith'itesimlzplioity md aduribltr~u~ia
it.invaluable .to.every'one thatma' 6o
them. 7 : * AG.It~
To Wa.:Lzwjs,-Eaq., Najnbrg&'o
TH Anerind .aer-6f .
stra ad h Cattwshik
his faciities for buildegrn acecuofwh
isg. demand for the ..cIn~s 1 ygli
Partner. To-one tha can command '
five thousand dollars, ante ohanebius
plied for toont O:ie who%6s1a gi n
with the Proprietorf in the b
the meana. For frlc fiir~1
qu' '.ent 8Jv~ai
forthwith; and tiee 1ag a -