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EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
TilE Subscriber most, respectfbl
... informs the citizens of Edgelield and
I I the Traveling public generally, that
this Establi6"ihment is now well pre
pated for the reception and accommodation of
Boarders and Transient Customers I
Having procured th assistance of conipetent,
honest and obliging Servants. he flatters himself thal
ait-who taoy favor him with a call will be highly
pleased with lhe entertainniwn et extided to theim.
Ilis TA Bl.LE will always be abaailatantly supopliecd
with tie best the !arket affords, and onl the ilust
The Bar, under the superintendence of an
attentive atta experienced Cl.-rk, will ever he fur
taishedl with tihe choicest LIQUORS, WINES, SE
G A RK &e.. that can be obtained.
Ilis Stables are large and comtmodious. con
stantly furnished with good 'rovender, anal attend
ed by llostlers of great care and experience.
And he theref..re Ihpes, by -ivinrg- his entire at
tention to the keeping of t tiorderly atnd well-con
ducted'l House, to mevrit anal ciontinue to receive that
liberal patronage heretofssre so otenerohly bltestowesd
o:1 him. WM. B. MIAYS, PrAorsazros.
Sept 15 tf 35
Extensive sale of Furniture!
By 2.S. HIUTCHINSON, Auctionecr
ifTLL be sold, on TUESDAY, 26th inastatiat,
A 'tthe Uited States Uitel, com iaaneniting at
10 o'clock. A. M., and sale to continue from day
to day until the entire t.t is diN1md M tet :
The Furniture in said House,
Be.latetds, Beda, Mattresses,
Pillows, Hlskters. Sheets. Hlanakets,
Burentes, Sideboards, Wash.tansls,
S Ofia, Ottoma:s, Wardrobes, I.ounges,
Channber Crockery. Waslbowls and 'itelers,
Mirrors, Window Curtains,
11ruso.ls and igrain Carptings,
Stesves. Grates, Shovel and Toigs,
Astral anad Chamiber Lamps,
'hltirs, Tables, Centre ani Marble-tapped, Pier
Tables, &e., ke.
The BAR ROOM, with entire Fixtures,
Choice lot of Liquors and % hiws..
The ROWLING SALOON an.1 Fixtures.
A supirior Casmking Stove al Kitchen Furnitire
DJining taoom Furniture. China and Glasware.
Silver and Plated Table Furniture, Fire Sereenas,
all of the best.
A superior PIANO FORlTE, ai.! some choice
Trlt.\S-All suis .under $50, cash ; over $50U
and under $2U, 6 d1.1aays: over $200, 4 msonths,
with approved nautes and security, with itt rest fromu
Augusta. Sept 15 2-2t 35
Valuable Cotton Plantation
T1 Et Subscriber being lesirous of renovin1g hisi
. planung interest Saoutha. o.rs or de hais valu
ble 'lantatior containing
Nine Hundred Acres,
situated on Saluda 'River, ila Eslgetie*ild District, 2ja
miles of Chappell's Depot, on tll Columbia and
G reetnville R: Roaal.
Th'le abave Planttation in poinat saf fertility will
will comiptare favsurably witha anyv in the Dis
trict. A bout 50)0 tacres oef this Tract are cleared
andl in a high state of cultivatioan, 200 oif whtich are
fresh. Thae remaindler (near -100f acres) is woodland,
andl well timberedl witha O)ak and I lickorv.
Thevre is a comfortable Twa. Nsry D~wellinsg
lHause, and all tnecessary aaut buildiat ont the premi~
.ses. Also, a Well of spaletndidl water ina the yard,
anal the Plantations is well watered.
Assy fuarthter inaformaatiaon di-sired, cnn be oibtained
either by adldressinag the sub..criber .at Edgelildl
C. 1I.. or by applyinag to M'ur. L. Hodgers, resi.liig
on the plaice, wh~o will take great pleasure itn show
Sept15 if 3
B YVi rtue (of itundary writs of Fieri Faciao,
ltie directed. I 's~hIl prodeed to sell at
Edgsfeihi Court Ihoste, oan the first salnday
itn Octasber next, the f'ollowsing paropjerty, it! thle
foillowinag ease, viz7:
Seth Duller vs WVilliamt Iherbert: Thtomias
Dutflv vs WVilliam Ilerbaert, one hose :and lot
ina h'e Townt of H::mnharg, Noa. 1.14. frontinag ont
Caook St rse t 0 fet and rtunnsing back I190t 1-:1
feel, to Alley-bundea~d asi the North byv Lot
No 1413, Soauth lby Tillan~i Street. E:st liy Allcy,
and WVest be Caaok Street.npqona whtich is a comt
foirtable Dwtellinig anad taecessaary (ont buaildinags,
n!ow~ ovenpie~d lby Mrs. Hesrbesrt.
11. 1I. Kinuard & Co., vs .iin L. Doh bins, the
tract of landia where the D)efenda:mtt rsiades, con
ttaining one hausadred atad sixtyV (I100t) aCres, mtorec
LEWIS .JONES, s. F.. nl.
Sept 11 1832 4te 35
STATlE OF SOU1T11 CAlROLINA.
BY II. T. W RIGli 1', Esq., Ordinary of Edge
WVhereaas, 11. M. Mart in hiathi npplie~d to
me for Leltters of Adiitratisn, lin aill and
singunlar the goods :and chiattles, rights and cred
it s of Suisanna .Martina late of the District afore
These tire, thecrefaore. to cite and adnmonisht all
and singulair. the Ikindlred tanad credit or.4 of thle
said dycensed, tos be and appear befbare me, ait
otur necxt Ordinarv's Court faor the sauid District,
to be hiolden at Edgef'eld Court Ilases, on the
4thdalay of October next, In show enuise, ifany,
why the said admitnistrastiun should not be
Given unider my hand and seal, this the 14th
day of Sept., int the. yeair of astr Losrd one thamns
atnd eight huntidred and lifty-twoa, and in the
SevtyVl-sEteenth vcear osf Ani-rienn itn idependaensce
11. T1. WR IGhiT, o. E. D.
Sept 15 2t 35
!State of7 South Carolina,
YIH. .VRlGilT, Esql. Ordinary of Edge
XVhereas Benj. Hatcher, sr. has applied to me for
Letters of Admtinistration, aon all and singular
the goods antd eba~ttels, rights anad credits of
Chtrista Hateher, lto osf the District afore
rThesea are, thecrefasre, to cite and ndmsotnish all
and sitngular, the kindred :taad credlitors of the
said dece'aaed, to Ibe and appear befosre me, at
our next Ordinary's.Coutrt fosr ht staid D~istrict,
to be holdent at Edetrfield C. Ihonse, on the 27th
day of September inst., to shtow cause, if any,
why tho said admintistration should unot be
Given under my band aand seatl, thais the 10th
day of September itt the year osf otir Lord onte
thosusand eight hundred anad fifty-two, nnd in
the seventy.sevaenth year of Amearicain Intdepen
dence. H1. T. WRIG HT, o. E. D).
Sept 15 . 2L 35
State of' South Carolina,
IN COMDMON PLE AS.
rine1. 'enns Decl. in Attachment.
lH Ej Plaisttifl in the above case having thtis day
filed a 1)oelarationi itn my Oiftice, ash thec De
fendant haeinig necithier Wife ntor Attorney knowia
to reside within the limtits of tis State oat wvhoms a
copy of saidl Ielarathosn with a rule to plead can be
served :On Motion of Mr. Tuo:sxs, A ttorney for
PlaintitT: Ordered, That said hiefendattt apapear
and plead ts, staid Deelaration within a year sad a
day front the daate hereof or jud~gmsent by default
will be entered againsat himt.
TH lOS. Cr. B.ACON, c. s. n.
Clerk's Office, lay 17, 1852. ly_ _35
A L ARGR stock of Chssice BA CON SIDES
Al. SHOULDERS, HANS, and LARD, for
Sstale by 8. E. BOWERS.
Young Ladies Boarding and
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C.
T IE exercises of this SCHOOL will be re
suimed on Monday the 13th of September.
N. ALDRICH, PaINCIrAL.
Sept 1 . tf -33
KOERBER, Professor of MUSIC in
1 the Young Ladies Roarding and Day School,
respectfully informs the citizens of Edgeficid and its
vicinitv, that he will gjve private instrueions upon
the PI'ANO, either at the .residence. of those per
suIts desirous of taking Lessonls, or at the Academy.
A t rivate house, per quarter,..........23 00
A t the Academy, ' " ...... 1 00
All those desiring to take Lessons are requested
to apply before the 22d of this month.
Sept S tf 34
A Teacher Wanted
rTO TAKE ich:trge of WOODVILLE ACADE
J.M y, next yoar.
Woodville Aca y tuated in a healthy re
giou in the upper part of Edlgeflield Distriet. Ap.-I
plienti hould be fully competent to lrepare Stu- i
denits to enter the South Carolinas Collee, and alsiw
reommemuled as to imoral character. To such an
Uone a g-ood salary will be given.
Address either of the Trustees, Phwuix, Edge
field ii-trict. . C.
T. lt ETDERSON.
E. LA K E,I
R. R. TALBERT,
A. K. WATSON,
W. N. MOORE,
Sept 8 2n 34
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd.
r lls 110.\ ) i now open.fior u:avel from H1am
b. hur.' tip the 01) W E LS, on the Pine lluuse
Iond. and hiv the Mdartin Town Bratnch from Iliam
bur- to near the new Bridge over Stevens Creek.
Persotis traivelling or sending their Wagosm or
Vehicl-s to I aiimbturg by the Miartin Town Road,
emin avail themselves oif the Branch Plank tmad tio
Hanburg, hrtiirning to ihe left, halff a mile above i
IIhardv's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills :'wd sand sn the .artin Town Rowad.
The J1onil will be eonpleted fron Hamburg to
the Pin'e House about the Ist of November.
Rates of Toll. t
Four, five and six horee Wagons, 5 ets per mile
T1wot . .. 3 " "
Two '" Carriagi 3 " "
Onle -6 " 2 I " 4
1lorsehack travellers, " I " "
Velleles osn teet~ng. are each entitled to half the
PLAN K TRACK. mtid tl-e Drivers are required to
turn to the "RIG IT !"
I. A. KENRICK, President.
Tahmburc. Sept S tf .31
'10-rH R E-1GIIENT, S.. C. .\.,
Fi.z.ry-CtiEE, September 4, 152.
HIE I0T REGIENT of 1N1FANTRY will
asuseV.mble at Ioichnrdsoin's on Tuiesday, the 21st
tof September inst., for Drill and Review.
The CommII tissiosnel umd Non-Conmmissioned Offi
wiees will assemble the day previous- for Drill nd
Instrc otio n.
liv orrier of Gen:. Joux R. Wavin.
W. 31. DEA NCl
Sept 8 2t - 34
1)Y atn Ordler front 11. T. Wright, Esq , Ordiim-'
I. ry sef Edgefield I istriet, I will pruceed ton vell
a: G rauite~vilb-. on Fridav time 9.1s. A---.
ber inst.. al
4.:t: of Oct..
irst dayi of
provred sure. -
will be re'J.
S~ept A 3t .34
TILb odon the first Monday iOctber
SV next, if not previou.-ly so.l, at private sacle.
all thatt \'AlUA IlK TItACTof LAN I) lyinga'nd
being in Edlgetie~ld Distriet, contatining Six II undred
1r,00) A eres, adjoininmg lands of .lom l'ainaford, W.I
n'ise, Wm. Nliller and others, knowvn as thu Ryan
Tihe abeove place is wvell improved andi has on it
a splend,.idi (rchmard. A ny person desiring~ a farm oSf
that sizs. with a hentlhby residenmce would do wvell to
call atnd examtine fo'r themselves.
The I.;mdms are light and of easy enture, and pro
duce wvell. To a go.od aind responsille purchaser,
if desired, a lengthy credit wvill be given on the
larger potrtiont o~f the purchase mioney.
Fo.r furt her paticulara, app~lly to either of the
5subscsribers. .1 AS. L.. DEVORE,
S. II. RYAN.
sept R 4t 31 i
T f. be sold on the first Mionday in October
Snext. for Division, all that TItA CT OF
L.\ N I), lvinr on llort's Creek, containing Fve
hundired anid eighteen (518)~ aere.4, andi adjoining
landls oif James Rlainsford, Dr..James Dlevore, and
Trermns made known on the day of sale.
R. C. M A RTrN,
C. F. MARTIN.
Pept 8 4t -34
L'andl for Sale.
r1'li E ibscribe.r ofers for sale a TIIA CT OF -
1. LANDconini ivTo Hutndredi and two
(2tt2) A eres, in Edigelield District, hatmnding on the
iRoads leading -fromt .lt. Willing to Edgetielsd C.
II. and to Illmhurg, about three miles fromn !lt.I
Willing~ antd adjointing lands of Col. R' B. flouk
nigiht, .1. C. Sikins and A dam ihinnick.
Tihe acbove Land is wvell watered, and abott onte
third Pine Landh-thte alance Oak and Ilickory.
On the place aire about Forty.Aeres of cleared land,
wehich, produce tinely. Also, a very gsmod Dwelling
atnd necessary otut buildings.
Anty person wi.htinag tos purehase Lands of the
above tquality will do wvell to call ansd examtine for
A rLr Persons indebted to time Estate of Wmt. T.
2. Mlinter, are earnestly regnecsted to make im
tmdsiatc payment, and thisse having demands against
saidl estate ii l pleasei rentder themt in:, property at
tested, forthwith. 11. F. STROM1, Adm'r.
Se~pt 8 tf 34
T~ TERhIY Notice
TS H REBYgiven'that application will be made
1 at the next Session of thte Legislature to incorpo
rate the~ " Edgefield Flying A rtillery."
Sept 8 3m ~ 34
M~olasses and Syrups.
~TOW Rceiving a large Stock choice Cuba 31O
L SES, and Georgia and New Orleans
SY RUPS. S. B. BOW ERS.
llambhurg. A pril_21 tf 14
T MMEDIA TELY, a good C ARRIA GE SMITIH
ada goodm WIIEE.L RIGilT, to whom con
stant work atnd excellent wages wili be given.
Aug 11 tf__ - 30
Land for Sale.
rf IE Sitbsriber offers for sale his SPLENDID
I TRAT OF? LAND, lying seven miles
Not-etof Edgefield C. Hr., on the waters osf
IDmtn Creek, containinmg three hundred mand five.
(3015) acres, about 100 of wvhicht are in culhivation,
nd prodluces well. The remainder of thte Tract, is
mostly good Oak and Hickory Woodland.
There is a good D~welling House, and all othter
necessatry buildinigs onl the ptremises. For terms,
&e:, apply to the Subsoriber at the ptlaoe.
AuR t 32
IS H ERFB3Y GIVEN, thatippliention will be
. ad It -teegislature of South Carolina, a%
A .3A1 : .
T Retiring from business, I take this niethod of
returning my thanks to my friends for their libe
ra patronage, and respectfully. recommend to their
favor Mr. J. R. DELPI1, my. successor in busi
ness, who I am pleased to say is a gentleman wor
thy of confdence.
Any favor conferred upon himn in the way of bu
siness will be duly approciated by me. When in
Town I shall contiiue at the office of Mr. D.Lrn,
where I shall always be prepared to render him any
assistance necessary in the business.
M. W. COLEMAN.
Iamburg, Sept 0, 1852. -
R. I, DELPH,
WARE-HOUSE A N D COMMISSIONI
HAMBURG. S. C.
H AVING taken the business of Mfr. M. W.
COLEMAu, latk- of ibis plae, respectfully tell
ders his services to his friends and the public gene
Storing and Selling of Cotton
and rither produce, REGEIVING and FORI WA RPD
ING Nlerch;ndize to tIle country, and BUYING
SU Pl'LI ES imr his eu.stomelrs.
lIe tlatters himselt by a strict personal attentio
to the business. and a constant eye to the interest of
his Custollers, to merit and receive a liberal share
lu Liberal Cash advances will be illde on Pro
duce in Store, when reiuiated.
Sept S iim 34
Executive Depart ment.
WXTIIEREAS- inlformatifon has been receivel at
t t this D)-artment, that an ltloious outrige
was coNl illitteil by a Negro fellow, i-ni the ierson1i of
a lady of A nderson I tistrict. ol the (ith of -luly
last. aid that the szaid iegr hlis mlade his escape.
-Now, be it kllown. that ill is -dir that the said
negro fellow may be bro-ught to trial. 1. .1on 11.
.lirxas. Gmerirad Conmmander-ini-Chjief in anld
over the State llfiiretasil. do, issue this. mY Procla
mation. oflering a reward of TWO lIl:N DRED
DOLLARS fur his delivery to the Jailor if Ander
The said Negro is a votna fellow, not exceding
23 or 24 years of age, five feet six or eillt inhes
high. -well built, of rather yellowish cmle JilVXil,
eonverses briskly and4 seiisilly, was will dressed at
the time with dark coit anl pats, checked shirt,
and wore a eap anl slippers. Ile was n stranger in
the neighborhouid. and representel himself as a
Brick .laswn fron a distanice, hunting wiork He
il lit-lieveil by certain persons who saw him to be a
fellow bV he 31;1none 4f PAT or PAT'RSON. N he
was taken froiml A lderson Dittiric to Alhbama ssoile
eight years aigeo, by oei William -N. iyltt, whi
afterwarils sohl him to a trader niar Columbus, Ga.
Given und-r mny lialid and the seal 4f the Stnte. this
the 1-Ith dlay -of Augulst, A. D., oInle th1usald
eight hundred and Fifty-two.
.aRR, J.* II. N1EANS, [.. s.]
1EsM. PrKY, See'y of State.
. Sept S -4t 341
STAT-' OF SOUTH (AlOLINA.
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
Eli s . Bel ilI for Partition.
-Jonjes Bell e l
Yvirtue (if aln Order of the Court of Equi
..--, .. .me ot .urs. Mary Carroll tandJt~lhn
Said tracts of hlttd to be sold on a credit of
twelve mnlthlt. exceplt for so muchel as will de
frayi the costs of thlis suit, which mtust be piaid
Putrchaisers regniredl to give bonds wtithl at
leatst two apiprove-d sntreties. foir the purchdlase
mtoner. A. SI31KINS, c. r.. E. n.
Si-plt 8, 185i25t 3
STIATE OF SOUTII CA ROL4INA.
Benj. Stevetns, Appljlicanlt, )
Asa- Stevens and othlers,Defts.
BYV Yirtnte of an Order from IT. T. W right,
E)Jsq., Ordinairy oft Edlgetield .Iiistrict, I
will piroceed to selIl ott the Ii rst 'tl indayl ill Oe
tohler niext, at l'dlp-tield Coutrt Ilion-e, :i tract of
lantd b~elonging~ toi the Estate ofr E-lizabethI Stie
veils, dee'd., cointainling onie hunld red ne-res, tmoire
or less, sitinnite oin I itte Sievents' Creek, ad
joininig lanids it' J. s. Smlyley,.J. L. Allent, W.
I larris anid others.
Tlermn4--A Credit of twelve nmoths, except
costs wiche muitst be paidl in cas-h. Th'le putreha
ser to give Boind and :ipproived see-niy, and a
$1ortgaige oif the premises to thte Ordinlary to
secure the purchase monlteV.
LE WJs JONES, S. E. D.
Sept 3, -4t 34
JIS ITr-ERERY given that apuplicaion will be made
to- thc Lu-gislatumre oft 8. Caroilina ait its nlext SeS
siion, til open a new Roadl, le-avinlg the A ulgustau Riadl.
(via Fury's Ferry) near tihe re-idencee of Tholls.
.lcKie, Esiq., fiilliiwing thle route of the Mlark Rock
Path, and1( intersecting with A ndierson Miill Roadl
near thle residenlce of A. Alorganl, Estl.
Seplt 8 3m1 3 t
IS H EREBY given thatt applicatiiin will be made
Ito the Legislature c-f Sothtl Carolina at its next
Session, to elime so multch of thle ohi Free Ferry
Ruind as is not closed alreadly by plantations anld
Sept 8 3m 3.
Stugar anad Coff'ec.
'AMI now rieceiving tmy Spring stuck of R U(.1R
I ndcOFE.cnss-. ot a sulperioir article
of Browin dugatr, Chtritiedl, Crushed atnd Lof
Governmlent, .Java an~d Rio Colee; if a sulperior
quality. S. E. UOWERtS.
Ilamiburgr. A pril 21 if 14I
A LL~ Notes due the Subscriber, individually or
L. as E~xecutmr, arc placed inl the Ratnk of 1lam
burg, for collection. Thlose indebted will please
make immllediate paymnenlt.
Dr. John 31. Galphin, wvill act as my A ttorney,
during my absence fromt tile State.
Dec 23, tf 7
Extra Finie Liquors.
3 DOZ. Johnt Gibson, Sonl & Co. old Nectar
40 ius hi's Old Engle anld superior Monon
Superior P'ort WIne, hMadaria, Cherry, Tenerifl
an~d 3htlnga Wine,
Jamaica Ruim, H-olland Gin, Gis Coirdialh, Lemon
Syrup, Cherry Branidy and all kinds of Liquors,
usually kept in Family Grocery Stiores, and will be
warranted genluine, and of direct ilmportation.
S. E. BOWERS
Hamburg, A pril 21 tf 14
Extra Fine Chewing.
JULST received a few Boxes of EXTRA FINE
CilEWING TOBA CCO, the celebratted i" Cal
houn Brand," manufactured expressly fair the Sub
scriber. - G. L PENN, AGEN-r.
Aug1.8 tf 31
A LL person. indebted to the estate of D. C.
tSmiyley, deceased, prior to hIs sale arc re
quested to nmake playmient before Retturtt Pa:y, as I
expect to hand al1l unpalid noites, into thle handiis of a
proper officer for collection, by thait day. Those
having demnands against the same1 will presenat them
to thei Subscriber properly atteated.
Sept- J. C. S31TLEY, Adnmr.
HAMBURG, S. C.
.THE undersigned having taken
the above- House, recently occupi
ed by TRENT & SMITh, ivosta
respectfully inform hia'[riends, and the travelling
community generailly,'that lie will be prepared, on
and after the 1st dr'SiptembeF, to receive aaid ne
commodate travellers and regular boarders in a
style inferior to none inAbeSouthern States.
Having had the whold, premises renovated and
repaired, and intending. to devote his undivided
personal attention to 1elbasiness, 1:e flatters him
self that nothing shall- 14 -wanting to contribute to
the comfort and eonvenience of travelleirs and reg
ular Boarders. . ISAAC SMITh!.
Aug27 . :. n 33
Ziberty pin, . C.,
I AVE onl hand a fineassortment of PLAK.
TATION BR06ANS,and are prepared to
make to order B OO TS and S H OES of
every kind and variety athe lowest Manufacturing
They will receive in a few days a full assortment
of FA MI LY GROCEICIES together with a choice
selectitn of FAMILY MEUDITlNES, all of which
will he offered at the lowst ntmirket prices.
Sepit I. : .tf -.33
Bagging, Ropa.and Twin9,
50,000 YDS. IIEAIbYV GUNNY BAGGING
30,000 " Superior .Dundee
200 Coils 11E.PRPE,
1,000 Lbs. best TIREE PLY TWINE.
6.000 Lbs. Sweeds, belish and Country IRON
Togelther with a large oal ndipto, assortment of
Hardware, Groceles S Dry Goods,
which will be sold CHEAPER thini ever before
ol'erel in any Market thiu-side of Charleston.
Orders fron the countrysolicited.
AGNEWSFISI.ER & CO.,
Direct Importers of Hardware, &c.
No.r-berry C. I., Sept-1 St 33
7-ruRif5&M ENT, S. C. M
. . No.-, Aug 30, 1852.
ORDERS, NO. 2. .
IN "bedience toWJr:er- rvel tir~n Brigadier
Gen. WEvEa. the 7thjaRiment will asseible
at the OLl) WELIS, o.Tjursday the 23d of
Scetmber next, fMr Drill ain I Review.
The Officers and Noi;Cainnaiissioned Officers
will nssemlble the day 0 for Drill and In
The Lient.-Colonel and.blajor are charged with
the extension of this Order t. their respective. con
1mnds. By order of Col. S. h AR RISON.
S. B. GRIFFIN, AdjIt.
Sept I , ,a 3t- 33
17I Tie flambthurg Republican will copy three
tites and forward aceount.
7rn1 RUMGiMENT, S. C. M.,)
.AuesT 28, 1852.
ORDER S, NO. 1..
IN obedience to Orders.reived from Col. ITAR
I rsox, an Election willbbeheld it EdIgeiel C.
Ii.. fot Satrrday the 18th tfseptemiber next, for
C.APTAIN of the iIor B's ni ent Conipany, to
till the vacancy oceasione dll"the riesignitiona of
1.ieut. Wari and Serg ~i's will apt as Man
agers. .IOHN eLOVEI'LESS,
SS. Maj. U ia liuin h Reg't.3
j aere will alsor be held, nt ;iib saie~ time -and
phee an lectiont for E~NSIGN of. the Edlgefield
he- "omny,~iv which is now qnt.
..gt: :LKSs arnd IIor..Axo ill qet as Magers.
* .101IN ' LOVi L ES,
Maj. Upper BaItoti, ats Reg't.
Sept 1 . Sa 33
2xu llGI.\lEN'D4AV ALRY,)
ErnEIrrY lInJL., August21tht, 1852.
ORDRS, NO. 2..
CCOIWING to orders fron Brig. Genr. Gr
pear, for Review and Drill, at Loangmirca, on the
18thl September next.
Thre Commirissionered and non-Cq:rission Offeers,
will nissemnble on the day previous for Drill and In
(On thne day of Review the Criptains of Comapa
ties will he re~quired to, make a full antd complete
returnr of the Strength, Arms, '*&c., of their .res
fTe l.ient.-Coelonel arid Mlajor-n'e charged with
the extension of this order.
hiy order of .JOIIN F. TALHETT
Corl. 2nd Regrument Cavalry.
.J~or:s T.AsniaM, A dj't. , -
Sep't. I St .. 33
UlT A bheville Dainner will copy twice and for
ward necounttt to this office.
H. ead.-Quar1i, -
B L'CKILEAD,JULYv 19, 1852.
ORDER. NO- .
r 'lIE BRIGADIER GENERALS or Offiers
I commrrrandiing Brigades of -te 1st Division
'uth Caroilirna Ailitia, will oirder an election to be
hell in their respective Brigades on Monday, the
ei7th rf Septembter next, for a MAJOR G EN ElRA L
to fill the vacaney occaio~ened by the resignation of
thre .Major General, M. L. Bosnin. .
Returns of the result of thre said election are re
qjuired immetrdiaitely thereafter according to law.
By order of the~ Commtantder-iis-Chief.
.J. WaVA NT E ,
Adjutant and Inspector General.
(iT All the papers ina thne Division will publish
this order until thre election is over.
A nigust 25 5t 32
7-rt R EGIME~NT. S. C. M.
No. 3, A UG. 19, 1852.
O RD E RS, NO. 1.
I N l'urstrance of orders received from Brigadier
General J. Ri. WVavea,.there wm-be an election
held at the Old Wells, on Mionddy thie 27th of
S'eptember next, for MAJOR GENEIRAL, to fill
vacantcy occasioned by the resignation of Major
General .11. L. Boxntax.
Licut. Colonel SntAW and Mae Lover~es, are
hereby appointed Managers.
STE WA RD UARRISON.
S.B. nimy, Colonel 7th Reg'ant, S. C. M.
A ugust 25 d 5. 32
I s HEREBY given thats applicationi will be made
to thein Legislature of South-Carmlhia at its next
Session, to Charter the Road now leading from
Mlartin McCarty's, on the Ridgo Road, to ,Jackson
Holmes, thence to interseet the Road leading to
Hamburg, Graniteville and Aikena. The above
mentioned Road was opened by order of the Corn
mnissioners some three years sintee. and has been
kept up by them to the present time.
Sept 8 t f 34
IS Hreb ienthtat apptlication will be nmade to
teLgsature of South Carolina at its next
sonie Butilding Association.. . -
A ugust 25 3m .32
XN excellent Road Waggon, six pair New THaF
.2-ness, together with Strechers, Figh Chain and
Cover. rTe Harness will be sold either with the
waggon or separately. For terms apply to Jolts
Hluiet, or the Subscriber at theo " Spann Hotel."
.J. B. JARMAN.
A ug25 tf 32
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Win. G.
. Hall, dee'd., are requested to'make poyment
and thno having demands against the same to pre
senat them~ properly attested to tIee subscriber.
WM. J. W ALKER, Adn'r
FOR Tn AIVERTIBER.
MfEssns EDrT07t --Allow us to nominate through
the medium of your paper, Col. SAMUEL McCowtS,
for the office of Maijot Genetal, as a worthy succes
sor of our esteemed feulow eltiten, Gen. M. L.
Having known Col. McG owEN for several years,
we can confidently recommend him to our brother
officers as a gentleman of high attainments, and from
his long eXperienee ir? military affairs in Mexico, as
well as in the militiai our State, as eminently fitted
to fill the high office of Major General.
Col McGowns is one of the oldest Officers in our
Brigade and perhaps in our Division, and believing
his claims are at least equal to any other Colonel
we carnestly recommend him to the support of our
MANY OFICER. OF EDGEFIIfD.
0' Wr are authorized to announce Col. E. P.
JONES, .of the 3rd Regiment, a Candidate for
Major-General, in paice of Gen. M. L. BoNUax,
In presenting myself to my Brother Officers of
the Division. as a.Candidate for lajor-General, I
feel assured that i have not aspired to this high
position in the lilitia of the State, without some
shadow of clain to their confidence and support.
I hia:e fur more than sixteen yeare been in Com
ilmissin, iand since Alarch 1849, as Colonel of the
3d IH ginient. During all this time my position has
been in the line. For my character and qualifica
tions as an Olicer, I refer with entire CLfidetce to
Adjt. Gen. CANTEY, Maj. (;en. Bosn.x and Brig.
I publishi this 'ar-1 as it will be impossible for me
to canvass thu I ivision before the election.
I ain with great respet, &c.,
E. P. JONER.
SIIPSON & GARDINER,
Warehouse & Com'n Merchants
McINTOSH-ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
T IIR Undersigned continue tie W.1 R E 110 USE
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS in all
its branches, in Judge Starnes' Fire Proof Ware
llouse, on Ie intosh-Street, under the name and
style of SI'IPSON & UAIUINER.
in tendering to our friendals, and the public gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronngeextended,
we take this method of assuring all, that no effort
on our part will le wnnting to advance the interests
of those whoi mny confide their business to us.
Orders for Baggiig, Rope and Family Supplies,
promptly filled at the lowest market rates.
Cash advances made on produce in Store when
J. R. SIMPSON.
J. T. GARDIN1E.
A ngusta, A ug 25 6n .42
AT TilE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT,
CHARLESTON, 5. C. -
M. GILBERT continue the
S. CARRIA 1E USIN SS at the above stand,
Nos 35 and 40. Wentworth Street. where they will
be lleased to exhibit to their old friends and cus
toiners a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
comprising those of their own manufacture together
:wrious other styles usually found in this market.
Their long aequaintance with this market as
Slamninteturers iad IDealers will esmble them to
ofrer gr(eat inducements to piurelmasers both in styles
Aug25 tf 32
RTWDNfLEY k ROSAMOND,
thme public to, at least, call and examaine their Stoex
before purchasing elsewhmere-;-and they flatter
themselves from their present farjlities for par
chaaing, and their willingness to work for S.\A LL
PRhOFiTS, of being able to aofrer such imlucemients
as will insure a continuance of that liberal patrun
age hueretofiare bestowed.
The imost liberal prices will at all times be p'aid
for COTTON and othier produce.
Orders for all goods in their line will be promptly
andl satisfactorily executed.
Jltaburg, A ug 20 -It 32
rI lhAT valuabile PL A NTAl TiN, lying on Rich
I and Greek, near .Slount Willing. in Ealgefield
One Thousand and Sixty Acres,
belonging to .Sirs. Soiphia and .\I. L. Dunham.
There are on the plnee twoa gooal settlements.
(aviing cach a gas.ed two $tury ihvellizag with othier
me( essary ouat baiiblings; a Gin House, Gin and
Sre, andl a well oft gaml water.a
Richlandl (reek runis thmrongh the tract. giving' to
it a5ar 10 nesares ast loaw granima.-A baout -100)
neres are tiuder LEHXI fetiee iad in a hiigh state
of cultivaitiaon. amal near half oaf the whole tract is
well timaberedl with Oak and lPine. It is 22 miles
fram the liail hanad at Newherry Court H ouse.
This place will be soldf in three tracts it desired.
Any two of thema can be purchased. Plats may be
sen oft theo whole Tract as well as of thme several
Tracts (al the premises. Theay aro divided as taal
lows :--Thec Wilson Tfract 300 acres; Thec Flat
Grove Tract 4t:;0 acres, and the Wine Hall Tract
330 acres. The two first have settlements, the lat
trnnbut a m iefrbuilding, with ago
IFair Terms apply on the premises or to .\. L.
Bonhama, at Edgefield C. HI., S.C.
July1 Ill1te 27
IE land for Sale.
TlESubscriber offt'ers faor sale the lanads beloang
Iing toa the Estate of .Joseph .leore, deceased.
One Tract containing about sevenity-seve.n acres,
jadiiag hands of Jamaes Rainaford, S. Christie
IOnec other Tract containing five and a half acres,
adjoining lanads of Dr. E. J. Mims, Mrs. L. TI.
Mlaore ad others.
Trhe aboive Lads lies near the Village and a
petiaon of it is well timbiered and cana be purchased
tt private sale on liberal terams.
12 E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 1tf:- 4
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be
.made at the Sessionm of the next Legislature for
anAto norporation for the Betlehanm Church
Camp Gron inEdgetield IDistrict.
June 26 -. f 24
T HIE children of Zilpha Noble, dee'd, arc hereby
notified to make application to the subscriber
afor their interest in her pension claim.
F. O'CONNOR, Adm'r.
June 30 3m 24
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry F.
AFreoeman, dec'd., will coma forward immec
ditely andl make payment anmd tlamse having de
mands will render them in properly attested.
J. IL. JENN INGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly 51
Is hereby given that application will be made at
the next Session of the Legislature, to incorpo
rate Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, in Edgefield
July 28 tf 28
TUST received from Phiiladelphia a supply of
e)lRutabaga, Glubo and Large Norfolk TIJRNIP'
SEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, Aor -r.
July 21 tf 27
TUST Receiving a fresh supply of Pickles, Pre
serves, Sardemns, Lobsters, Salmon, Citron,
Raisins, Prunes, Essences for Cooking Fresh Mus
tard, &e. S. B. BOWERS.
Unauburg, A pril 17 tf 16
THIE Sub scriber has a large quantity of LUM
BER of different sorts, for sale at his residenee.
N. L. GRIFFIN.
July. 1 0 f 2
COFFIK & PRIN.GLE,
FACTORS AlND COMMISSION
Ito. 13 Adger's North Wharf,
CHA1LESTOX, S. C.
GEo. M. ComFH,
Jas. R. PRISOLE.
Sept I sm 33
FOURTH SESSION OF THE EDGEFIELD
20a young EA3233.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal.
H1ON. N. L. GRIFFIN. DR. R. T. MINS,
ED3ND PENN, S, F. GOODE.
Nuiiant or PUPIs LAst SEssioN. SEvENTY-EGiT,
T IE NEXT SESSION will commence on Mon.
daythe13thof September. It is of the great
est importattee that each Pupil should be present at
the commencement of the Session.
Additions have been made to the Institute build
iugs 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 listitution is farnished w'ith a Philosophical
Apparatus. a Chemical Apparatus, a Cabinet of
Shlls, a Collection of lirdsi, 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, Pianos,
and every thing which is necessary for most thor
ough instruction. It is said to be the best furnished
institute for Young Ladies in the State.
The Acalemic year is divided into three Sessions
of fourteen weeks each. The firmt Session will al
ways commence fin or near the 15th of September.
Th'e second Session, the 9th of .lanuary, and the
third the 20th (if April. With the exception of the
Christmas holidays thero is but one vacation during
the year, and this occurs in August and September.
FOr Tuition in the Primary Department, 1st Divi
sion, per Session of fourteen weeks......$5 00
For Tuition in Primary Dep'tn'ntt, 2d Div'un 7 00
44 "i Academic ". ........12 09
"4 4 Collegiate " ........15 00
l.4-Psonts on the Piano, and use of Instrunent 18 00
M.\odern .amtgunges, each................. 8 o
Drawimg and Sketching from Nature...... 8 00
Painting itt Oils, Portrait and Landscape... .15 00
Use of Apparatus....................... 2.00
Fue! and care of Buildings............... 50
Good BOarditng cnn be obtained in the Village in
eluding lights, washing, fuel, &e.. at $10 per month.
Pupils ent-ering near the maiddle or close of the
Session, are charged from the time (of entrance to
the end of the Session. No deduction is made for
absence, or other causes, but at the discretion of the
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the close
of each Session.
Books, Stationary and Music, can be obtained in
the Village at reasonable prices.
The department of Music is under the supervi..
sion of most aceurate and accotiplished teaehers;
1itd it ijbelieved that untusual facilities are aftorded
fAr neauiring a thorough knowledge of this difficult
seience. In addition to regular private lessons, the
pupils in this department are divided into classes,
ansd taulght Ot the plan of Pestahazi.
They devote much time to exercises, adapted to
train the ear, and the voice, and to impart att easy
and brilliant execution.
If they pursue the prescribed course of musical
istructismn, thtey acqjuire the art of reading music
They are required to be regular and systematic
n pracetising daily at the Institute.
The training and cultivation of the voice receive
an unusual degree of attention. The scienen nr
August 11 4t 30
Comec and See for Yoursclves.
PICKENS LANDS FOR SALE !
rpiitE Sutbscriber residing at Pleasatnt Grove,
Iwishtitng to travel and live a mo~re easy life, will
sell on rensottable ternms, all his Lands, divided into
No I. Pleasant Glrove Tra.ct, containting 870
ares, situated foutr miles West of old P'iekensville,
Pickenss Distriet, S. C,, whsich is quite a desirable
and valuabhle pinee-<me amongst thte htealthie~st and
mossst beautiful situationss in the District or State,
iuite a public plasce, and an excellent stantd for.M~er
eantile oir any other business. There are now Ott
thte premuisitt full soperationt, a Saw and Grist Mlill,
ad. fosur good Shstals on thte same streatm. Als,
t vo Gol~d Mlines, a choice youtng orchatrdl of A pple,
l'.nch, P'enr. Checrry Trees, &c. Ott this Tract is
a goodi deah-of fine bottonm land in enltivation. Aliso,
atn excellent D)wellintg Ilouse, INitchen, and besides
the .\ills, a Distillery atd all othter necessary out
Tract No. 2, cotnsists of the D)avid ir. iBoegs'
well knownm stantd, eontaninag 20th acres, adjoinitng
Tract No I.
'Tract Ni) 3, contains 220 acres, mtost of it in
wsls, witht a goodl l)wellintg atnd all other necessa
ry out butildlings osn it-at beatttiful situation, a publie
picee attd a Iresh little farm opened.
The~ three Tracts lie well, are healthy, well water
edi aund have a good deal of wood land, with fine
timber &c. Also .
Thirteen Likely Young Negroes~,
tost iof thetm boys, Horses, Waggons, Stock of al
kinds. atll the Crop, Smiths, Carpenters atnd Farm
ing~ Tossls, some Choice Peacht Brandy, 600 galkins
good Whiskey, Bacon, Lard, Stills and.Stands,
lousehiold and Kitchen Furttiture.
Persions wishtitng to buty woulid do well togive me a
enll at hsome, as [ amt idetermtined to sell all of the
above named property on reasottable terms.
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
TIHAT Valuable PLANTATION, about eight
..mIles front Hamburg, known as the Chterokeo
Ponmd Plantation, fornmerly owned by D~r. GEtoa.
It contaitns abottt aeven hundred and eighty-eight
(788) acres. 250 of which are cleared, thme balance
is well wooded, consisting of Black Jack, Hiokory
adi Pine. It possesses superior advantages as a
public house, it being at long established statmd, and
sitttted at the junction of the Five Notch, Martin
Towvn Branch Plank Road and Main Trunk of the
Hatmburg and Edgofield Plank Road, and about a
mile below the jpneuion of the Pine House ad
Edgefield Roads. Thes Cherokee Pond Race Course
is ont te phnee, and is one of the best training Turfs
in the United States.
On thte place are two TWO STORY DWEL
LING HOUSES, with all necessary ontbuildings,
so situated that the place can be divided into two
planttions, with suitable buildings on each plan.
The Flank Road passing through the lands, offers
great facilIties for htauling wood to Hamburg and
Augusta-to any otte disposed to engage in that
busltness, a rare chance is offered. To an approved
purchaser it will be sold on a credit of three or five
years. A pply to.
1H. A. KENRICK, President,
Hamburg and Edgefield P. R. Cotmpany.
Hamburg, Aug 20 tf 32
Land and Negroes ror Sale.
'r H E Subscriber wishting to move to the West
Ioffers for sale his Plantation lying on the wa
ters of Big Creek, Edgefield District, containing
four hundred (400) acres of Land, one hundred of
which are in s high state of cultivation. The re
nmainder is mostly woodland. On the premises is a
good Dwellitng Hlouse, attd all necessary out-build
TEN LIKELY NEOROES,
Stock of Cattle and Hogs, four Young Mules, Plan.
tation Tools, &o.
Also, if desired, the present year's Crop of Corti
To an approve-a purchaser a great bargain will bi
given. For terms apply to the Subscriber on thu
premises. JOHNSON LOWRY.
N. .B.-All persons indebted to thte Subscribe1
are earnestly retiuested to make payment beford
return day. J. I,.
Aug 25 3m 32
l'OR sale by the Rarrel at 25 Cents per Gallon
UHOLLINGS WORTH & NICHOLAS.
June.7 ,r 22
Pair3llome made PlantatiOD
IARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER.
F0ONE SOOTS AND SHOES
OF ALL DUCItIrIONI.
Tanlers, Neats Foot and Lamp OL
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MIMS.
July21 f 27
W THE Friends of Col. F. W. PICKENS
beg leave to present him to the people of Edgei
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 theL
Congress of the United States. Mr. BuRT
having positively declined a re-election, it be
comes onft duty to select his successor with
care; and we respectfully suggest that the er
perienec and ability of Col. PIcEENS should
be again called into requisition upon the very
floor where he has hitherto served us so effi
eiently. It is perhaps proper to add, on our
part, that this announcement ia tendered with,
out Col. P's knowledge or desire, and with no
feeling of opposition to any individual.
Ei THE Friends of Capt. PRESTON S.
BROOKS, announce him as a candidate to rep
resent this Congressional District in the next
Congress, Mr. BURT having positively declined
This nomination, 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 opinion
n his favor against any individual.
Eip MESSRS. Enrrons:-Please announce.
Capt. 11. BOULWARE as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the ensuing election. .
1ff" The friends of PICKENS B. WEVER,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Edge
jff We are authorized to announce the
following gentlemen as Candidates for Commis.
sioners of the Poor of Edgefield District:
JAMES M. RICHARDSON.
Saw and Grist Meills for Sale.
T IIE Subscriber intending to move from the
State, offers fur sale his ILLS, on Shaw's
Creek, about ten miles from Edgeeld, Aiken and'
The Tract contains Twenty-two hundred 2200):
acres, with a sufficient water power to run Circular
Saws or a Factory. On the premises are all necs-'
mary improvements-frame buildings, orchards, &c.
A ny information given by applying to the Sub
scriber on the preamiss, or by letter addressed,. to
hima at Edgefield C. H. ~ A.A NCN
Address the Trustee.s.
N. L. GRIFFIN. '
JOllN LIPSCOMB, g
JOllN BA UkKETT,
Nov 28 UT. I I. 45
4HOUSE AND LOT containing about two '
Sacres, one and a half miles from Edgetield on
the Columibia Rtoadl. There are n th.: Lot a well
of good water and all necessary outbuild-ings for a
The place will be sold for Cash or ou time,
the purchase money being amply secured-,mnd
immediate possession given. A pply at this Office.
Feb 3 tf 5
Land for Sale!
T HEJ Subscriber wihing to change his business
.Loff~e his land for sale situated in Edgefield
District, six miles below Liberty l11ll. The Land is
in two tracts-one containing eight hundred acres,
the other fomur hundred and fifty acres.
I will sell said lands separately or toctlher as may
best suit the purchaser. The above places are well
inmprov-ed and will well reward the cultivator if judi
The Terms will be made easy- to a punctual pur
chaser. I also have some LIKELY YOUNGv
NEG ROES for sale. Among the number is a first
rate .llousc Carpenter. A ny person wishing to
purchase can procure a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber on thne premises.
June 3(0 tf 24
ALL. those indebted to the estate of Nathan
t.4 Norris, dee'd., are requested to make payment
forthwith, and -those having demands will please
paresent them immediately properly attested accord
ing to law. N. -A. NORRIS, Adm'x.
Mar-h 4 6m 7
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Lewis
Collins, deo'd., arc requested to nmako inmme
diate payment, and those having demands against
the same to present thenm properly attested.
J. A. COLLINS, Adni'r.
Oat. 30 ft 41
ALL those indebted to the estate of C. W.
I.Cochran, dee'd., are requested to make prompt
payment to the Administrator, and those having
demands wvill render them in property attested.
L. B. COCH1RANI,Adm'r.
July 7 tf 25
, LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Joseph
1.Moore, dee'd., arc requested to make immedi
ate payment, and those having demuans against the
estate will present theta in due form.
E. PENN, Ex'or.
Feb 12 ft 4
Teas ! Teas Y
J UST received a choice lot of TEA S, from the
Philadelphia Tea-Company of a superior quality
warranted or no sale. Hyson,'Gunpowder, Imperial
and Blaok of every description, put up in small
packages, for family use. For sale by
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, April 21 f 14
A LL Persons Indebted to the estate of Ellington
L.Clark, dee'd., are hereby notified to make ima
mediate paynment., and those having demands against
said estate will present them properly attested.
JulyT7 . .ft 25
J UST received a superior Lot of SIDES,
8SHO ULDERS and HAMS. For sale by
HLOLLINGS WORTH & NICHOLAS.
June 17 - If 22
A LL those itndebted to the Estate of JohtfB. o. -
LIgan,ideo'd., aue' r'equested to mnake immediate
-payment, all these having demands to present them
Mi. W. LILES,
A.N! N , - .'s i.
B. P. HOLLOWA. -
Feb, 19 I-la S