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TuE Union Meeting in the 4th Division of thi
dgefield Association, will meet with Red Oal
rove Church, on Friday before the 5th Lord'i
ny in August. Rev. D. D. Baussox, to preacl
e introductory Sermon, at 11 o'clock, A. M: .
Brethien are invited to attend, and especialli
linistering Brethren, as it is expected a Protractea
Iceting will be held.
The subject of discussion, What is a visibl
hurch of Christ and its purpose.
S. P. GE-TZEN, Moderator.
Important to Dyspeptics!
DR. J. S. HIOUCooN's PEPsiN, the True Diges
:ve Fluid, or Gastric Juice, ptepared from RENNE
r the FouaTu STO.N1ACri oF TiE Ox, after directioni
f Baron LiEslG, the great Ph' siological Chemist
y J. S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia. See no.
ice among the Advertisements.
utler Lodge, No, 17, 1, 0. 0. F
A Regular Meeting of this Lodg<
will be held on Monday evening nex
All those in arrears are 'earnestly requested tc
ttend 6n or before next Sale-day night, as the Ruic
f the Lodge will certainly be enforced against them.
Aug18 It 31
A Regular Communication of
No. 50, A. F M., will be held at
their all on Sattirday evenina, the
21st August, at 7j o'clock P. M.
By order of the W. M.
R. 1. SULLIVAN, SEC'RY.
A ugust IS tf 31
E9A4 TA IT RN
Trunks, Carpet-Bags, &c., &c.
' 1 7OULD respectfully inform his friends and
V V public generally that lie has removed from
his old Stand at the Planters' IIotel to the Store for
merly occupid by Mr. Joi COLGAN and adjoining
SULLIVAN & BROTiEaR, where iie will be pleased
to receive all who may favor Itim with a call.
August 1 2t 31
D. B. PLUMB & Co.,
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
r AKE pleasure in callinaa the attention of PIIT
SICIANS and PLANTERS to their Stock of
Fresh and Geniiie
Medicines, Chemicals, &c.,
which thev warranat to be second to none in PU RI
TY and coipleteness of assortient. Every article
is prepared in strict accordance with the formula of
the U. S. Pharmaicopreia.
They also keep cons:attly (in hand a full assort
ment of Paints, Uils, French and American Win
dow and Coach Glass, Cencit, Superior Varnishes,
Fire Proof Paints, Fine Sponges. Shaving and Toilet
Soaps, French, English and American Perfumery,
Also, FRESIT GARDEN SEED of every kind
and of the best quality.
D. B. PLIB,
I. P. GARVIN, M. D.
August 18 2m" 31
A. X. BENSON,
Ware House and Commission
Hamsburg, S. C.
W, OULD respectfully inform his former pa
VTtruans, and the publie generally, that lie has
leased thte Ware-Ilouse recently occupied by Messrs
BRANNON & COLEMAN, where he will be
Receive, Store and Sell Cotton
and other produce Consigned to his care. Also
receive and forward Merchiandize to the country.
In tendering his services to the public, he flatters
himself, from an experience of SEVENTEEN.
YEA-RStin- the above business, and a thsorough
-knowvledge of all its branc e, as we I as fromn a
general acquaintance wit the planters of the sur
rounding country, together with his undit'ided per
sonaL attention to the business, that lie will be
able to give general satisfaction to all who may
favor himu with their confidence, and assures them
that no effort shall be wanting, Ott his part, to pro
mote their initerest.
Liberal Cash advances tmade on Cuttotn and oilier
produce in Store.
Orders for Bagging. Rope, and family supplies
promptly filled, at the lowest market rates.
Aug IS _If 3
FOR A GENERAL FACTORAGE AND
. R. JOSEPl 11. WhITE havinig retirced
11from the firrai of CunAsr.Ens & Enirr, we
have this day associated ourselves together for the
purpose of contintuing the
Factorage and Commission Business,
in this City, under the firm of CIIA MBERS, .JEF
FFlsS & CO.
From the long experience o.f JA M ES S. CH A M
BERlS. the senior partner of the old tirm, atnd that
of H ENRY L. .IEF'ERtS, the senior partner of
the House of Jxrrns, Co-ras & Co., llamnburg.
S. C., with that of SIL AS ST U BBS, who has been
engtged for some years in the Mlercantile Business
in Marion S. C., and also that of .I01IN B.
WYNNE, who has also been engaged for some
years in the same business in A nderson, S. C.,
flatter ottrselves that we will be able to do ample
justice to ottr patrons, each of us do niost respect
fully solicit the good will and influence of our res
peetive friends, and pledge oturselves, that no effort
on our part will be wantinig to please those who
favor us witht their business.
We arc prepared to make reasonable advances
on all shipmntts of Prodnee, Maan'cturies, &c.
We are also prepared to make advanaces on ship
msents of Cotton, Rice, Turpentine, &c.. to either
D)omestic or Foreign Ports, hanving business ar
ratnge ments with good Houses at the principal potts,
wvith whomn we are in constant correspondence, aiid
ar kept advised of all ch:tages that take place.
either in Foreign or Daoestie Alarkets, and will
take great pleasure in giving such information to
our frietnds and patrons.
We will be pleased to receive orders f.,r supplies,
sucht as Bagginig, Rope, Twine. salt, Sugar. Coffee,
&c., -m. all of which will be carefully selected at
the lowest niarket prices.
Tendering our services, we are respect fully,
JIAMTES S. CIIAMH1ERS,
HIENRY L. .I EFFERS,
.J.O'IN B3. WYNNE.
Charleston. A ug 2, 1S52. 5it .91
State of South Carolina,
* EDGEFIEI.D DISTRICT,
B Y II. T. WRIGH T, Esq. Ordinary of Edge
Wheea Bej.and Win. L,. Stevens, ha~ve ap
plied to me for Letters of Adminaistralion, on
all and singular the goods and chatt els. rights
and credits of Elizabeth Stevens, late of thc
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edegfield C. House, on the 30th
day of August inst., to show cause, if any.
why the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this the 16t11
day of August in the~ year of our Lord ont
thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and ir
the seventy-seventh year of Aimerican Indepen,
dnc.H. T. WRIG HIT, o. E. D.
Aug 18 2t 31
Extra Fine Chewing.
J UST received a few Boxes of EXTR A FINT
CHEWING TOBA CCO, the celebrated " Cal
houn Bgndj' ruanufactured expressly for the Sub.
scier erG. L. PENN, AGE.-r.
Aug 18 tf 31
*3TMEDIATELY, a good CA RRIA GE 83MITl
nda good 'WHEEL RtIGIIT, to whomcn
Iwnork and excellent wages will be ie n.
FOUIWHI SESSION OF TiE EDGEFIELD
Rev. C. A. RAYM9OND, Principal.
H1ON. N. L. GRTFFIN. 1 DR. R. T. MIIS,
: ED3UND PENN, S. F. GOODE.
NU.M1BER OF PUriLs LAST Srssio6. SZVZNTY-EIGiT.
r 3H1E NEXT SESSION will commence on Mon
day ihe 13th of September. It is of the great
est importance that each Pupil should be present at
the commencement of the Sesion.
Additions have been nade to the Institute build
ings during the past year. These contain seven
commodious and well finished Rooms, all of which
have been built, and are used for purposes of In
This Institution is furnished with a Philosophical
Apparatus, a Chemical Apparatus, a Cabinet (of
Shells, a Collection of Birds, a Cabinet of Mine
rals, a Collection of Reptiles, Fishes an4 Animals, a
Set of Anatomical Charts, a large and very fine
collection of Maps. Globes, Blackboards. Pianaos,
and every thing which is necessary for most thor
ough instruction. It is said to be the best furnished
institute for Young Ladies inl the State.
The Academic year is divided into three Scssions
of fourteen weeks each. The first Session will al
ways commence on or near the 15th of September.
Th'e second Session, the 9th of January, and the
third the 20th (of April. With the exception of the
Christmas holidays there is but one vacation during
the year, aud this occurs in A ugust and September.
For Tuition in the Primary Department, 1st Divi
sion, per Session of fourteen weeks......$5 O0
For Tuition in Primary Dep'tm'nt, 2d Liv'n 7 Ou
4 4 Academic " ........12 00
Collegiate " ....15 00
Lessons on the Piano, and use of Instrunient IS 00
Modern Languages, each ................. 8 (0
Drawing and Sketching from Nature...... S 00
Painting in Oils, Portrait and Landscape.... 15 00
Use of Apparatus....................... 2 00
Fuel and care of Buildings............... 50
Good Boarditig cat Le obtained in the Village in
cluding lights, washing, fuel, &c.. at $10 per month.
Pupils entering near the middle or close of the
Session, are charged from the tine (of entrance t
the end of the Session. No deduction is nade for
absence, or other causes, but at the discretion of the
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the close
of ech Session.
Books, Stationary and Music, can be obtained in
the Village at reasonable prices.
The department of Music is under the supervi
sion of imost accurate and accomplisted teachers;
and it is believed that unusual facilities are aflurded
for acquiring a thorough knowledge (of this ditlicult
science. In addition to regular private lessons, the
pupils in this department are divided into classes,
and taught on the plan of Pestalozzi.
They devote much tinme to exercises, adapted to
train the ear, and the voice, and to impart an easy
and brilliant execution.
If they pursue the prescribed course of musical
instruction, they acquire the art of reading tmusic
They are required to be regular and systematic
in practising daily at the Institute.
Te training and cultivation of the voice receive
an unusual degree of attention. The science of
Elocution is here applied, inl developing the voice
for singing, with great etyect.
Pupils from Charleston, and thle lower Districts,
can reach Edgetield by the- Stage, which leaves
Augusta and 1hamburg three times a week, and
passes throughl the Villagre. And we cordially in
vite all who may be pasning through Edgefield to
visit our-hnstitute, and satisfy themselves that no
better facilities for educating their daughters catn be
furnished anywhere, than those which may be en
joiyed near their own hotnes.
August 11 4t 30
Look Out !
'jOUE Creditors of THOS. A. .JONES, Tailor,
I aru requested to meet in the Court I louse, on
Mlonday 23dl inst., at 10 o'clock, to adopt such reso
lutions as they may' deemt serviceable to any cuom
tiunity wherever the said Thonia A., maiy cast
August 11 2t 30
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
E. B. Belcher,
Wtn. B. Blrannon.
Bf)Y Virtue of an Execution in this case. I
L)shall proceed to sell on Friday the 20th
of August inst., in the T own of Hlambumrg, the
following property belonging to the Defendatnt,
viz: 1 P'ine Ctipboa'rd, 2 T1ables, 1 D~ressing
Table, I Astrail Lamip, I Large Pot, 1 Trunnel
Bedstead. 1 Pine Crib, I Plow Stock, 2 Plow
loes, 1 Iland Saw, 1 Grind Stone, and 2 p'air
WVare-IIontse Scales anid WVeights.
LEWVIS JONES, S. E. D.
Auig 4 Ste 29
SPETITION will he presented to the Conm
? missioners5 of the Roads, Bridges and Ferries,
at their next meetinL, to ebange the new cut Road
as follows, viz ;-To leave the new Cut Road a
ttle South of' a liranch near the residence of Isae
Ouzts, jr., thence S. West near a direct coiurse and
intersect the Long-Cane Rtoaa immzediately at the
house of lienj. Ouzts.
August II tf 30
Shugar and Cofi'ce.
AM now receiving my Spring stock of SUGA R
? and COFFEE. consisting of a superior article
of Brown Sugar, Clarifled, Crushed and Loaf
Government, Java and Rio Coffe~e, of a superior
Ilamburg, A pril 21 tr 141
ALL persons indebted to the Assigned Estate of
LI Joh n Lyon are requested to nake immediate
pay ment, as longer indulgence cantnot begiven, atnd
must not be expected.
S. F. GOODE, A ssignee.
JTan 21.152 tf 1
A L A un R stock of Choice BA CON SIDES
SHlOULsD$R , 11AMS, and L ARD, for
sale by S. FE. WOWERS.
Il iainburg, A pril 21 t 1 4
LL those inidebted to the esfate of Nathan
L.Norris, dee'd., are requested to make payment
forthwith, and those having demands will please
present t hem immediately properly ::fe-sted a-cord
ing to law. N. A. NORRCIS, Adim'x.
March 41 6m 7
LL persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
ACollins, dee'd., are requested to make imme
diate payment, and toehaving demands against
the same to present them properly attested.
J. A. COL LINS, Adm~'r.
Oct. 30 if 41
.ALL tho~se inidebted to Ite estate of C. W.
- Cochiran, dee'd., are requested to mke pronmpt
pytment to the Adtministrator, and those having
demands wilt render them in proiperly attested.
L. B. COChRAN, Adm,'r.
July 7 tf 25
Land for Sale.
TWould be glad to sell one hundred neres of the
Itract of land on which I live. What I propose
to part with is all woodland. and precisely four
miles from the Village, on the Columbia Boad
an excellent situation for a pleasant residence.
Deo 10 .tf 47
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Joseph
at Moore dee'd., are requested to make immedi
estate will present them in due form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
4LL Persons indebted to thne estate of Oliver
..-'ITowles, arc requested to make immediate pay
ment, andl those having demands against the sanme
will reader them ini properry attested.
R. M. SCURRY, Administrator.
nI Oc if 38
Rem o v a1,
T IIE Subscribers have REMOVED' to' thei
New Room at their old Stand, No 3, Park
Row, where they will be happy to see theit
friends and customers.
WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE.
Ang4 4t 29
Bargains in Dry Goods,
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
IS SELLIXG OFF his Stock of Sumue
Goods it REMARKABLE LOW PRI.
CES, in order to take room for his Full Stock.
will be given. Those who wish to purchase Dry
Goods LOW, will do well to give hill a call.
Aug1I 2t 30
WARDLAW & WALKER,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
Com.mussioNs FOR SELLING Corrox,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
T IE Subscriber having fornied a Co-Partnership
with Mr. W. A. WARDLA W, of Charleston,
fornierlv of Abbeville, S. C.. for the purpose of do
ing a GENERAL FACTORAGE and COMMIS
SION BUSINESS, avails himself of the present
opportunity, of returning his sincere thanks to his
nunerous friends for the liberal pati onage bestowed
for a number of years past,-and in ilovimi!, tenders
the services of the new concern of WA l DLA W
& WALK ER, Charleston, where lie ho1pes amiany,
if not all his old patrons will find it to their interest
to ship their produce.
The recent arrangenients of the South Carolina
lail Road Company will enable thl-m soon to have
a Depot n the city of Augusta, thereby save the
expense of Toll, and very greatly ficililate the for
warding of produec of any kind. 1r. Jons C.
REcs, Agent of W. & W., in A ugusta. will attend
to the forwarding of all produce that their friends
may feel disposed to send them,. free of eharge,
save dravage. G. WALKER.
Augusta, .luly 19, 1S52. if 29
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale,
H1lE Subscriber intending to move from the
State, offers for sale his MlL.S. on llaw's
Creek. about ten miles fron Edgelield Aiken and
The Troet contains Twenty-two hundred (22n011)
aeres, with a sufficient water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory. Oin the priises are all neecs
sary improveients-fr'ame bulildin's, orchards. &c.
Any information given by applying tip the Sub
scriber on the prenises, or by letter addressed to
hin at Edlgeicld C. H.
JOS. A. ADDISON.
Aug 4. tf 29
Edgefield Male Academy.
TEACII EN. is wanted to take charge of the
A Edgfield Mlale Academy. The applicant
nust be a TisACIlER by PROF.SlUN; one
who has experience in his business, and amply qual
iliedh for preparing young men for the Siuth Caroli
na Coll ege. To a mai of suitable qualifications,
the plce offers iany i nil ucencits.
Address the Trustees.
N. L. GR IPFIN. ;
JollX LIPSCOM1, i
.10IN li. SKETA
R. T. Mll\S. .
Nov 42V''8 tf 4
S.A'I'E OF lSOUTHl CAROLINA.
Eliza A. Bell,
vs. Bill for Partition.
James Bell et al.
B Y~ virtue of an Order or thle Cort of Equi
ty in this ease, I shall proceed to) sell at
Ldgefield Court Hotuse, on the first. Monaday ini
september nex't, the following tracts of land,
Tratet.No. I, containing one hundred and five
:05) acres, more or iess, and called the liome
lac-said tract adjoining landa of Tandy Mar
Tract No. 2, containing ninetrifire (95) nteres,
mre car less, and adjoining hinds ofr Sampsoni
strom, the estate of Mrs. Mairy Carroll and John
Said trnets of land to be sold on a credit. of
Iwelve tmiinth, except for so much ats will dle
rrav the costs of thais suit, which mtu.st be paid
Purchasers required to give bonds with at
east two apaproved siireties. fiar the puarcha~se
noney. A. SIMlKINS, c. E. E. D.
Attgut 2, 1852 .5L 29
BYV Virtue oif a writ (if Fieri Facias, toa
me directed, I shall proceed to, sell at
-dgehield Court I lotuse, oni the irst i1 unday aind
1'uesday in Sep~t. next, the following property,
n the folloawing eases, viz:
Seth Hlutler vs Wmi. lierhert. one haouse and
lot situate atnd being on the Coinrnier of Ceitnt
md Tilltmi Streets in the Towin of llamburg,
nowvn ini the plan of said To'awn, ats lot No. one
indred and thairty-thlree (133) bounded on lhe
Nirth by Let No 13.1, Eastbyi Conk Street,
South lay Tillmnt Street, antd West by Ceinlre
Street, harving lifly feet front on Cettre Street,
md runiniig back one hundred anid flifty feet,
nore or less.
LEWIS JONES, s. F..nP.
Atug 4 1852 4It 29
Ridge Land tir Sale !
TIIE Subse'riber oflers foir sale his valtiable Tract
.i onf L and, containing Twno hundred and thirty
for (2341) acres, lyinig on both sides iof ikachi
rek, near the. Columbia Roal, and adjocining hinds
of Capt. Ri. Ward, .latmes 31eCarty anal others.
On the Tract is a gocod D~welliing I louse, lKitchen,
Smoke-house, anal all at her necessairy out-buildinigs,
with an excellent well (of water.
One hundred and tweinty-five acres of the above
tract are eleared-nearly' all fresh land, and an
:er good fences. This Load is well adapted to the
utivation of Cotton, Carii and G'rai.
Said Tract can be traded for on good termts, h~e
tween now aand the last of October, bitt if not dis
poedce of by that time, will be soldl, lit public autatry,
at Edgefacid Court ilouse, on the first alay in
November next. JOllN ASIACK ER.
Ridge, A pril 15 6m 13
Eitr'a Fine Liquors.
9[\ DOZ. John Gibson, Son & Co. old Nectar
40 Bibls hi's Old Eagle and stuperior. Monon
Superior Port Wine, Mladaria, Cherry, TenerifT
amid Nlaga Wine,
Jamaica Ruim, Hollanad Gin, Gin Cordial, Lemon
Syrup, Cherry Brnandy and all kinds of Liqptoars,
usually kept in Famtily Grocery Stores, atnd will be
warranted genuine, and of direct importation.
S. E. BOWERS
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
I S hereby given that applicntion will be made at
the next session of the Legislature, to incorpo
rate Pleasant Grove Bapatist Church, in Edgefleld
July 28 tf 28
O F ALL DESCRIPTIONS to be had at m~
Mll OS. A. ADDISON.,
Aug 4 tf 29
Turnip Seed !
TJUST received froim Philadelphia a supply o
R~lutatbaga, Globe and Large Yorhibhk T U RNIP
SEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, AGENT.
July 21 if 27
Oo01IHIDS. Choice BACON SIDES.
124 Tierees Sugar Cured HIAMei, of supe
ror quality for sale by
T. N. POULLAIN & SON.
Augusta, Aug 3 &t 29
IS HERFBY GIVEN, that application will ba
J.mad e to the Legislatore of South Carolina, al
its next S-asion, for a division of Edgeiel Diistrict
so as to give a Jttdicial District to the Saluda side,
Au .13 tf 29
Bargains in Fine Dress Goods
W HL sell for the balance of the Summer thei
W splendid Stock of Ladies' DRESSGOODE
at New York cost, consisting of..ieb SILKS, BA
REGES, TISSUES, Sewing SILKS, French.M US
LINS, GINGHAMS and.CALTICOES. The Good
having been purchased in 'the elosest manner fo
cash, g&reat bargains may be expected.
Aug 4 tf 29
At MlanufactfrerS Prices!
SNOWDEN & SHIEAR, Augusta, Ga., hav
KJjust received a very largehsupply of NEG RC
CLOTIS, <imong which are several Styles fron
the nanufactory of F. & IL Fries, of North Caro,
lina, of superior style, and- made of good domesti
Wool, an article greatly superior-for wear to thus(
nade'uf the coarse imported wools.
A full supply of William Schley'sand Geo Schley',
Negro KERSEYS, of their .various styles,' and
Cotton OSNABURGS, of the Augusta, Madlison
Richmond and High Shoals manufactories.
SITURTINGS and SHEETINGS of the Augustr
Manufacturing Company. They will also receivi
in a few days, a full supply of Plain and Twilled
Negro KERSEYS, the first of a superior article,
from the Augusta Manufacturing-Coipany, and all
of which they will sell at the manufacturers' prices,
1tT Planters and Country Merchants are respect.
fully invited to call and examine the assortment.
August 3 tf 29
Bargains in Ladies.Dress Goods.
SNOWDEN & ' SHEAR,
AUG US T4, GA.
W ILL from this day, sell their present Stock
of Colored Printed .MUSLINS; Colored
Printed BAREGES; TISSUES; CRAPE na
PA RIS and GitENADLNES; at cost. The assort
inent embraces some of the latest styles, and most
elegant articles of the season.
.Tulv 2s if 28
TFITAT valuable PL ANTATION, lying on Rich
i htnl Creek, near Mount Willing. in Edgefield
Ona Thousand and Sixty Acres,
belonging to Mrs. Sophia and M. L. lonham.
There are on the place two good settlements.
(having each a good two Story Dwelling witl oiter
iiicessary out buildings; a Gin House, Gin and
Serew, and n well of good water.
Richland Creek runs through the tract. giving to
it 75 or 100 acres of low ground.-About .m0
acres are under good fence and in a high state
of eitltivation, and near half of the whole tract is
well timbered with Oak and. Pine. It is 22 miles
front tie Rlail Rotd at Newiberry Court Iiouse.
This place will be sold in three tracts if desired.
Any two of then can be purehsed. Plats may be
Feen of the whole Tract is well as olhe several
Tracts on the premises. They are divided. s fol
I lows:-The Wilson Tract 300 acres; The FHat
Grove Tract 430 acres. and the Vi ne Iail Tract
;33: acres. The two first have settlemoents, tle lat
eir notte, but a fine site for .uilding, with a good
'For Terms apply on' the premises or to M. L.
nilihain, at Edgefield C. H1.; S. C.
.July 21 lite 27
Coie and Sec for;ourselves.
PICKENS LANDS FOR SALE!
rflE Subscriber residing at Pleasant Grove.
rl wishing to travel and lile a more easy life, will
sell on reasonable termsl his Laintds, divided into
three Tracts. -
No 1. Pleasant- Grove' Tract, containing 870
ares, situated four mniles.West of old 1Pickentsville,
Pickens District, S. C,, wieh is qiuite a desirable
ad valuable place-one amongst thte healthiest and
most beautiful situmations in the District or State,
quite. a public pintce, and.d excellent stand for Mer
antile or any other businesf.. There arc now on
the premises in full operti ",a Saw and Grist M'ill,
and four goode Shtoli on" 6"same stream. Also,
two Gold 'Mines, a eboice fi'g ochard of -A pple,
'eh, Pear, Cherry Tre '&. Ott tis Traet is
a good deal of flne bottom.l ia eultivatuon.. Also,
ani exllenkt D~weling 1I~ .Kitehen, utad besides
tie Mills, a Distillery a they.lr necessary out
biuinms.- " -.aad
rr No. 2, 'consists af-the David HT. Boggs'
well kniownt statnd, contain~i g 200 acres, adjoininig
Tfrnet No, 1.,.
Tract No 3. contains 2%& acres, most of it in
woods, with, a good LDwelling andal l other necessa
rv out buildings on it-a be'aiful situation, a public
p11nce and1 a treslh little farnin-ipened.
Tln- three Tracts lie well, arc healthy, well water
ed amnd have a good deal of' wood land, with (inec
timtber &c. Also -.
Thilrteen Likely Young Negroc~e,
most of temt btoys, 1lorses,'Waiggons, Stock of al
kids, all the Crop. Smiths, Carpenters and Fatrm
ing Tools. suome Choice Peach Brandy, (;tt gallons
good Whiske, Bm-on, Lard, Stills atnd Stanuds,
loschuald andl Kitcen~v Furniture.
Persons wishing to boy would do well to give mue a
call at houme, as I nam deterninied to sell all of the~
above namied property on reasonnhle terims.
.ly 28 3m t
Builders and Contractors!
- 1 EA LT).D PliOPOS.\LS will he receivedl until
a- the first of Septemiber, for the erection and
comipletion of a TIII1E E STORY BItICK UUllJ!)
ING, 55S hv 02 feet-the Brick bcintg found. Thte
loer story 12 feet in thie clear, to cotmprise two
stores withiCountinig Rooms in thte rear with a:as
I ge between. 'Te Second Story. 15 feet int the
clat oprise onte large lIl 48 by 52 in, the~
cla.th two small rooms in the rear. The 'lTird
Storv to comprise two Halls, with antc-ruoom~s, for
the 'Odd Fellows and Masons-. Thle Cellars 8 feet
More particular speciftentisins may be seeni at the
Drug Store of Dr. A. 0. Teague.
S. F. GOOD)E, Presiden'tt.
II-r The A ugusta Conistitutionalist, Southt Catroli
nian anid Charlestoni Mercury are requeste.d to) copy
three times anud forward accounts to thcis Oflice.
July 21 -7t 27
T I nersigned, proprietor of Lewis' Patein
Strawv and Shuck Cutter, wvishting to increast
his facilities for building ott account of the incas
it demanutd for tltc Machtines is willing to take
Prtner. To one that can comma,:nd froim two ta
live thtousatnd dollars, a rare chance is nfi'red, if ap
plied for saoo. Onie who would give his attentint
with the Proprietor, in thte business would be pre
Thte North sells to us yearly thousands of Ma.
chines, and we may do the maime, provided we havy
Ithe mteants. Fur further particulars apply to
Ilamburg, June 1 . f 20
Soda Water !
T Ills hecaltny and delicious BEVER AG E ma,
now be obtained in its purity, put up in But
les, at the Drug Store of A. G. TEAG UiE.
May 27 tf 19
Land for Sale.
TH E Subscriber ofiers for sale the lands belong
ing to the Estate of Joseph Maooro, deceased
One Tract containing about seventy-seven ace
adjoining lands of James Rainsford, S. Christi
One other Tract containing five and a half acre:
adjoining lands of Dr. E..J. Mims, Mrs. L.'l
Moore anid others..
The above Lands lies near the Village and
portion of it is well timbered and can be purchase
at private male on liberal tcrms.
-E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 tf 4
JUST Receiving a fresh supply .of Pickles, P'r
tserves, Sardeins, Lobsters, Salmon, Citror
Raisins, Prunes, Essences~lor Cooking Fresh Mu:
tard, &c. . . S. E. BOWERS.
Ilantburg, A pril 17 tf 16
F1OR male by the Barrel'st 25 Cents per Gallo
HOLLINGSWORTH & NICHOLAS.
June 17 tf 22
tROM the Factory a large-variety of CIAIR!
1which we will sell low for Cash.
BUSHNELL & WITT.
r HIE Firm of HILL & WARDLAW, in the Car
riage making business having been -mutually
r dissolved, the Subscriber takes pleasure in return
ing his thanks for the petrouage thus far received,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same.
. His is the well known stand in Pottersville, about
one mile North of Edgetield C I-I., where all orders
r will be attended to in a NEAT and WORKMAN
LIKE MANNER, and upon as reasonable terms as
The Subscriber has also on hand a splendid as
sortinent of ready made Carriage%, Coach
es, Buggies, &c., all of which will be sold
at moderate priees. JOHN IIILL.
July 21 tf 27
Brilliant isplay of Jewelry!
T AVE just received, in addition to My former
stock of JE WELRY, a htndsonie assortment of
Double and single Cased Gold Lever Watches
Anehor Escapement and Detached "
Double and Single Cased Silver'Lever "
Gentlemen's Guard, Fob and Vest Chains,
Ladies Chatalaines and Gnard Chains,
" Gold Bands and Hair U'racelets,
Cuff Pins, Gold and Cornelian Charms,
Croqscs, Lockets, A rrows, Buttons, &c.
Fashionable Broches for Ladies and Gents,
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 tho Importers,
arc all wAtRRANTED, and shall he sold LOW.
W. P. BUTLER.
April 15 tf 13
P. STOVALL, WAREllOUSE &
fe. COMMISSION MIRCIIANT, Augusta,
Ga., would respec-fully inforn his old patrons, and
the public generally, thant he has leased, fur a term
of years, the New and Extensive
Fire Proof Ware-House,
situated on Jackson Street, between the Rail Road
Depot and Broad-street, near the Globe Hotel, for
merly occupied by Walker & Dryson, and inore re
cently by G. Walker & Son.
The location is an excellent one, beina convenient
to the Rail Roads, I Ltels, Banks and chief business
[louses of the city.
Having every facility for business, and the dispo
sitioni to extend every aecomnodation to his custo
mers, with a Iing aegnaintamce with the interests of
the planter, lie hopes he may have, not only a con
tinuance, but an increase of the liberal patronage
heretofiore extended to him.
Orders for Famity Supplies, Bagging, &e, prompt
ly and carefully tilled at the lowest market priews.
H AVING transferred the lease on the Ware
ilouse lately occupied by us to Mr. 'M. '.
STOvA... in consequence of our removal to Ciar
lesiton, we take great pleasure in recouiciding
him toour friends.
G. WALKER & SON.
Augusta, July 1, 1S52. StO 28
Pair Hoae made Plantation
HARNESS, SOLE ANI) UPPER LEATHER.
OF .LL i)EscitIrrioNs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
I SilOEMALKERS' FINDINUS.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Blrother.
R. T. MI\S.
Jtlv 21 tf
I S HIEREIIY GIVEN, thatt the Co-partnership
hieretofo~re existing between the Subscribers tu
dier thec iname and firm of GrtrurR & ChArts, is
this day dissolved by miutual cinusenti.
The business iof the tirmn will be settled by S. &
E. M. UILt..scr.
ELIAS 31. GILBERT.
Charleston. 1st June, 1852.
S & E. lY. GILBERT will continue
. the CA RRIAGE BUSINESS at the (l~d
.ao -amtme, r* chu trormerly S & nind J
Gilbert) Nos. 35 and 40 Wenitworth st., and will
keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of
CAlIUU A GEE manufactured by themnselves, ex
pressly for their own sales, together with an as
sortmnent of other styles usually found in this niar
ket, to wvhich thme attention of t'heir old ftientds a.nd
customners is respectfully invited. Carriages oft any
style will be mtadec to order, anti repairing in all its
branches p)roimptly and faithfully exectuted on rea
ELIAS M. GILIUERT.
Charleston, 1st June 18:1
Perstins indebtedl to the firm of S. & J1. Ginsrr,
are requested to may payment to S. & E. M. Gat
r:~n-r, who atre authorized to settle the business of
.htly 7 3m 25
State of Southl Carolina,
IX COMMON PLE AS.
Belchter & 1ilollingsworth, ) itc~tit
hI. M. & J1. W. Granthtam.
Ielher & IHollintgswor'th, )
rs x Attachment.
M. M. tirantham.
elher & lHollingsworth, 4tcne.
frntham, Logan & Co.
rj IH E1Plainitiff in the abonve stated cases havng
Ithis da~y tiled their Declarations in tmy Omeie,
and the Defendatnts having neither wives nor Attor
nevs known ti reside within thte limits of this State
in whiomt a copy oft said declarations with a rule
to plead can be servedt: On motion of Mr. MaRTiN,
A ttorney for Plain~ttliT: Ordered "that said Defen
datts, apipear and plead to said Declarations within
a vear and a daty fromi the datte hereof, tor in diefault
thereo~f, judgmtent will b~e rendecredl agaittst thcm.
TIH OS. G. BACON, c. S. D.
Clerk's Offie. March 12. 1852. lyq 9
State of Sothl Carolina,
IN COM.DION PLE AS.
The Batnk of Ilamtburg,S. C , taitet
IWillim B. jlraninon.
11lIIE Plaintif1'in the above ease having this day
'. iled his Dceharatiotn in my Offee, and1( the De
fendant h~aving neither wife nor A ttorney kniown to
reside wvithtin'the limits of this State, on whtom a
copy of said decharation with a Rule to plead can be
served :On motion of Mr. BAcsKE'rr, Attornecy
for PlaintitT, Ordered That said Defendant appear
and plead to said ileclaration within a year and
a day fronm the date hereof, or in default thereof
judgment will be rendered against him.
TIIOS. G. BACON, c. a. .
Clerk's Offee, March S. 1852.
- Narebh11 ly___
UpIE Subscriber has a large quantity of LUM
.BlER of different sorts, for sale at his residence.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
July 19 tf 27
0 ALL Persons indebted to thec estate of Ellington
. Clark, dee'd., are hereby notified to make im
,mediate payment, and those having demnandls against
said estate will present them properly attested.
IJAS. BLACK WELL.
Jultly 7 tf 25
JI'ST rcceived a superior Lot of SIDES
QSHOULDERS atnd H AMS. For sale by
1IOLLINGSWORTHI & NICHOLAS.
June 17 tf 22
(NE THOUSAND DOLLARS, on Mortgag
of Real E~state. Apply to the Advertisel
Offee. B. C.
May 20 tf 20
A LL Notes due the Subscriber, individually o
burg foruor aro placed in the Bank of H1am
brfrcollection. Those indebted will pleas
make imtnediate paytment.
5, Dr. .John IM. Galphin, wvill act as my Attorney
during mty absence from the State.D.AD .
Dnc,, t f 7
CH ARLESTON, S. C., JoxS 3, 1852.
VH EREAS, information has reached this de
V partmetthat one SAMUEL HUFF, other
wise called Samuel A. Ilongh, (who was convicted
of Negro stealing, and sentenced to be hanged, but
was subsequently pardoned by the Governor on
condition of his leaving the State never to return)
has violated the condition of his pardon, and is now
within the limits of the State.
Now be it known, that, in order that the sentence
of the Court may be carried ont against the said
Sanuel Huf. otherwise called Sanuel A. Ilough,
i, John 11. Means, Governor in and over the State
of South-Carolina, do issue this my proclamation,
ofiering a reward of ONE IIITNDRED DOL
LA RS for his delivery at the Charleston Jail.
Said Samuel Huff is about thirty years of age,
five feet eight or ten inches high, dark complexion,
thin visage, spare figure, and has the appearance
of bad health.
Given under my hand and the seal of the State of
South-Carolina, this third day of June, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-two. . 11 MEANS.
By the Governor.
BF.i. PERatv, Secretary of State.
August 11 4t 30
JULY 30, 1852.
XXITEREAS information has been received by
this Depnrtment, that a murder was com
mitted on the body of Ifugh Dove, in Marion Dis
trict, by H UGH CAMPBELL, and that the said
Campbell has eith'er fled or conceals himself.
Now, in order that the said Campbell may be
brought to trial, be it known, that I, John H.
Meanus, Governor in and over the State of South
'arolina, do issue this mv Proclamation offering a
reward of TWO IIUNDRED DOLLARS for his
dlivery to the Jailor of Marion District.
Caupbell is abont 30 or 35 yeirs old ; 5 feet 8
inches high, stoutly built, wt!ks quick and steps
short ; has blue eyes, Roman nose, black hair and
In testimony whereof, I have signed my name
and allixed the seal of the State.
JOllN Hi. MEANS, [L. a.]
ly the Governor.
B]:.. PEaRY, Secretary of State.
A ugust II 4t 30
CHARLESTON, JUNE 3, 1852.
THEREAS, two Bills of Indictment for lur
W der have been found by the Grand Jury of
Charleston District, at the March sitting of the
Court of General Sessions, against one CHARLES
FE11l0USON-the one for the murder of a slave
nuamed John, nd the other for the murder of one
A nd whereas, the said Charles Ferguson has fled
-rom1 justice. or so secretes himself as to avoid the
rocess of thet lawv.
Now bec it known, that, in order to bring the said
^harles Ferguson to justice, I, .John HI. Means,
overnor in and over the State of South Carolina,
o issue this my Proclamation, oft.bring a reward of
TWO H UNDRED DOLLA RS for the delivery
f the said Charles Ferguson at the Charleston Jail.
Said Ferguson is about fourteen years of age,
bout five feet four inches high, slender, dark hair
ad complexion, somewhat freckled, and quick
Given under my hand and the seal of the State of
South Carolina this third day of June, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
aitytwe------- d. 11. 31E.ANS.
By the G~overnor.
Brss PERaf, Secretary of State.
July 28 4t 28
PROSPECTUS OF THE
SO'UTHERN DEMAOGR AT
A WVEEKLY NVEWSPATER,
T'O be published at Abbeville C. I., S. C., aind
Idevoted to Politics, professing and vindieating
he pure principles of Southern Democracy-to
:omuerce, A griculture, Literature and the Fanmily
Circle; containing also, all important obtainable
items of Intelligt nce. Also, contributing as far as
its ability extends, a few truths in the Arts and
In mxuatters of general interest, the Southern
Democrat will be conducted with a view to render
it acceptible to all classes of the community, and to
keep its renders advised of all miatters of public
ad, general interest, and also those matters of a
local nature which muore particularly affe.ct the in
terests of the District.
Ont all subjects, the Southern Democrat will be
ealess andts independenat, hut at the same time, the
subsriber pledges himiself that the columns of his
paper shall never he prostituted to selfish purposes,
or *ipened to discussions calculated to excite perso
nal einity and discord.
In size,' the paper will be double medium, and
prited on entirely new Type.
The Terms will be Two D~ollars per annnm, pay
able on the reception of the first number, and Three
Dollars after that time and within the year. To
Clbs~ of 20, $30.
The Demioerat will be issued as soon as a sufl
cient number of Subscribers are obtained to war
rnt thie undertakinc. A ddress the Subscriber at
Due West, Abbeville District, S. C.
II. D. WRAY.
02T Tndiuiduals wvishing to subscribe to the Demo
crat, will find a prospectus at each of the Post Offi
e's in the Distriet, andl of the neighboring Districts.
02T Postmasters are retiuested and fully author
izedl to act as our Agents. 11. D. W.
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
rHIMIS ROA D is now completed and opened for
Itravel from the Cherokee Ponds and Sweet
Water to Hamburg.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 eta per mile
Trhice " " 4 " " "
Two " "i 3 " "5 "
Tw"o " Carriages 3 " ""
On "I " 2"" "
Horseback travellers, " 3 "~ "~ "
Vehicles on meieting, arc each entitled to half the
PL ANK TlA CK, and tL'e Drivers are required to
turn to the " RIGI[T !"
The public are respectfully info'med that all per.
sons turning on the road, and leaving it without pay.
ing Toll, are subject to a fine of Twenty Dollars.
Ten dollars reward will be paid by the company,
in each and every case, for proof that will lead it
the conviction of atiy one for violating the law, ii
endeavoring to avoid the payment of Toll, as provi
ded by the Charter.
Persons travelling on the hMartin Ton n Road to
wards Hlamburg, will find it to their advantage tc
turn off' on any of the roads to the left, and intersect
the Plank Road near Sweet Water Church or thc
H. A. KENRICK, President.
Hamburg, hMarch 15 tf 5
Molasses and Syrups.
OW Receiving a large Stock choice Cuba MO
LLASSES, and Georgia and New Orlean
SYR UPS. S- E. BOWERS.
llambuhrg, A pril 21 tf 14
A FINE Stock of Pure Sperm CANDLES
Adamantine, Star, Ilull & Son's--a superioe
article of Starch, blue and white,-Soap of evetr
description, Turpentine, Cauteel. Family, & Tilette
Also, Wooden Ware, Churns, Buckets, Tuba
Brooms, &c., of all descriptions.
S. E. BOWEREt
Hamburg, April 21 tf 14
T '1O HIRE, for the present year, a good Ceo
LWasher and Ironer. Wages paid monthl:
desired. Enquire at this Office.
Mar.h u5 ta 10
INOIDENTS OF -A JOURNEY
FROM ABBEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA,
To Ocala, .Florida,
-Y AN OBSBRVER OF "SMALL. TENGq."
T HE 'ab~ove is the Title of a lively and interesin
k, just published and for sale at th
Office, and the Stores of SUrLrIVAN & Bao'rnuai G.
L. PENN and WILLIAS & CuaIs'IS.
0T Price only 25 Cents.
June 24 tf 23
1840 ACRES of superior Pickens Lands ly
1 40ing on the waters of Georgia's Creek
and Saluda river.
Tract No 1, which has long been noted as one
of the best upland places in the District, consists of
12084 acres, 748 of which are superior
Oak and Hickory Wood Lands.
The larger portion of the remaining 460 acres is
in cultivation, and under good fence. There are
80 acres of Creek Bottoms. Upon the pla.e is a
Good Dwelling House,
and all other necessary out-buildings. From the
dwelling there is a fiine mountain view. This tract
is situated on a new road to be opened in August
next, by order of the Legislature, from Greenville
C. 11. to Pickens C. 11., by Piekensville, and 5J
miles from the Depot at Greenville C. H. This
tract will be sold in one or three tracts to suit pur
Tract No 2 consists of G22 acres, one half of
which is SUPERIOR WOOD LANDS. On this
place is a Good Dwelling, and a Fine Spring with
in 30 yards of the door. This place is situated on
the main road from Greenville to Pendleton, 7J
from Greenville C. I.
Terms made to suit purchasers. For further par
ticulars apply to S. A. Easley on the premises, or
W. K. Easley, Greenville C. H.
SAMUEL A. EASLEY.
July 14 tf 26
ED The Edgefield A dvertiser, Abbeville Banner
Newberry Sentinel and Unionville Journal will
copy until ordered out.-Greenville Mountaineer.
"-W THE Friends of Col. 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 re-election, it by
comes our duty to select his successor with
care; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. PicKENs should
be again called into requisition upon the very
floor where he has hitherto -served us so effi
ciently. It is perhaps proper to add, on our
part, that this announcement is tendered with
out Col. P's knowledge or desire, and with no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
Egr THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as a candidate to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next
Congress, Mr. BurnT having positively declined
This nominatien, like another which appears
in this paper, was made by the friends of Capt.
B. purely of their own accord, without reference
to his wishes on the subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling public opiniA
n his favor against any individual.
HOUSE AND LOT containing about two
A acres, one and a half miles from Edgefield on
the Columbia Road. There are on the Lot a well
or good water and all necessary outbuild-ings for a
'lhe place will be sold for Cash or on time,
the purchase nmoney being amply secured-and
inmediate possession given. Apply at this Office.
Feb 3 tf 5.
*Land for Sale!
TflHE Subscriber wishing to change his businiess
.3offers his land for sale situated in Edgefiel
District, six miles below Liberty Bill. The Land'ht.
in two tracts-one containing eight hundred aereeg.
the other four hundred and fifty acres.- -
I will~sell said lands separatelyor-together as nas
best suit the purchltser. -The above-plaeee-ars welIl
improved and will well reward the cultivator if.judie.
The Terms will be made easy to a punctual pur
chaser. I also have some LIKELY YOUNG
NEGROES for sale. A mong the number is a first
rate 1 louse Carpenter. Any person wishing to
purchase can procure a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber on the premises.
June 30 tf 24
State or South Carolina,
-IN CQMMiON PL EAS.
v., Decl. in A4ttachzment.
'TIIE Plaintiff in the above case having this day
filed his Declaration in my Office, and the De
fendant having nteither Wife nor Attorney known
to reside within the limits or this State on whom a
copy of said Declaration with a rule to plead can
be served, On motion of .\r. MoRAGNE, Attorney
for PlauintifY: Ordered that said Defendant appear
and plead to said Declarations within a year and a
day fromn the date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by default.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Cler-k's Office, June 1, 852. y 20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
iN COMMON PL EAS.
WIUJTA M MILLER, who is in the custody of
Xvthe Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
of two writs of Copias ad Satisfaciendurn, at the
suits respectively of George J.- Weaver & Co.,
and Wilson, Young & Co., hatving filed in my offiee,
together with a Schedule, on oath, of his state and
efrets. his petition to the Courti of Common Pleas,
praying that lie may be 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 whom the
said William Miller is in anywise indebted, he, and
they are hereby summoned, and have notice to
appear before the said Court at Edgefield Court
Honse on the first Monday in October Itext,to show
cause, if any they can, why the prayers of' the peti
tion aforesaid, should not be granted.
T110S. G. BACON,.C. E. D.
Clerk's Officee, Mlay 3, 1852.
May 6 3m 16
I s ITEREBY GIVEN, that application will be
made at the Session of the next Legislature for
an Act of incorporation for the Bethleham Chureh
Camp Ground in Edgefield District.
June 26 f - 24
T HlE children of Zilpha Noble,. dee'd arc hereby
I.notified to make application to the subecriber
for their interest in her pension el'aim.
F. O'CONNOR, Adm'r.
June 30 3nm - 2
A Lprons indebted to the estate of Henry F.
ALFreeman, dee'd., will come, forward imme
ditely and make payment and thiose having de
mands will render them in properly attested.
* J. H. JENNJ1NGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly si
SUPERIOR Lot of LEAF PLRD, just re
Aeeived and for sale by
HLOLLINGS WORTH & NICHOLAS.
June 17 tf 22
TUST received and for sale a fine lot of Piekledl
HOLLINGS WORTH & NICHOLAS.
June 17 tf . 2
Exc to i lotice.
A Lthose indebted to the estate of Willata
Garrett, dec'd.. are requested to make pay
. ment forthwith, and those having demands againpt
said estate will render them in properly attested,
according to law.
CHARL~ES' HA MMO~D.1