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New Fall and Winter Goaas!
WILLIAM H. CRANE,
IS NOW receiving a. LARGE and SPLEBD as
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
whlih he is offering on the very LOW FST TERMS
He respectfnlly requests those visiting the etv to
give him a call. Among the great vari.ty may be
Rich figured 'Brocade Silks, of the newest styles.
heavy and durable.
Rich Lustre Chamelion Poult DeSoi,
Fine Velvet Ottoman Silks, b!ack and colored,
Rich Glacce and Pla'n Gro DeNaples,
Fine Black Satin DeChine,
Black and Colored Silk Velvets, wi4e and narrow.
Fine French Printed DeLancs and Cashmcres,
rich and beauti:ul Styles.
Rich p:-inted Delhine, new article for Dresses.
Fine French and English Merines,
Elegant Printed Cashmere Robes,
leavy i:ck Gro DeRh:ne, han dsome lustre,
Fine Black Alpacca and Parisian Cloth,
Super Black HoMnbazine, English Crape,
A large assortment of Muslin and Lace Sleaves,
some very rich and elegant.
Very Rich French Embroidered Chimezetts, new
:yl-s and handsome.
French Embroidered Collars, a large assortment,
some very low.
Scarlet, Blue, Pink, Green and Lilac Flannels, for
Ladies and Misses Sacks.
Black Silk Lace Gimps and Fringes.
Rich Lace Gimps and Braids,
Swiss and Jaconet Edging and Tnsert:ngs.
Queen Mary's Col!ars, something new and bean
A large aszortment of Calicoes and Ginghams, Wor
sted Plaid, Cloths, Ca- simeres. Tweeds, Kentucky
Jeans, Flaunels,''Sheetings, Shirting, and a very
great variety of other Goods.
Heavy Georgia Paines, Osnaburgs and Sh:rtings.
at Factory Prices.
W Planters and Families will be supplied on
the lo.west terns.
Oct 6 2t
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.
H AVING just returned from New York, res
pectfully inforns the publie generally, and es
pecially those who have heretofore so libenlly pat
ronized him, that he lums no.w .u hand the largest and
miot fahionable aornment of
ever offired in Edgefield. His Steek being purchased
(rom the best Manufactures and made ip in the latest
Parisian and New York Styles, he pledges himself,
that all who nvy favor him with their patronage will
be highly pleased with their ptrchases.
Ile has also on hand a splentdid Stock of
BOYS AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING,
to which he solicits the attention of parents and I
At he is determined to sell at SM A LL PROFITS.
persons in want tof any arti.ee in his line, will do well
to call and exanine his Goods before buying elsewh.-re.
Sept 29 tf 27
New Goods. New Goods.
T IE Subseriber is now receiving a large and full
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
A nong which may be found
Latest Styles Colored SII.KS,
Superior alack and figured Sl.KC,
English, French and American MERINOS, all
Persian and Aumerican UE L.\INES,
Cobuarga, somne high Couttma for Children's wear~.
Black and Colored A L LA PA CAS-all qualities.
Canton Cloths and BHombazinmos,
Amnerican, French and Scotch GINGILAIIS,
" " "English PRINTS. cheap.
Brown and Bleached Table DA MASK, warrant-*
ed all Linen.
Brown ansI Bleach -Table Cloths in Pattemrns,
" "ToweLs and Tfowelfmngsome very
Brown and B'eched Napkins.
Biird Eye, Scotch and American D'apers.
Real Irish l.inens, unblearbed.
Figuredl Furniture Dimuity, a beat'ful artiele.
Coored " " for Spreads and Cur
Furniture Fringe, a great var'ety.
Flannels, all qua:ties and colors.
Bleachied and Bruwn Sheet:ngs, all widths and
'40 inch Pillow Case-Cottan.
" " " " Linenus.
9j, 10), 111 and 12j Wh, uney Blankets.
Ribbona bounda lankets. a splendhd arte!e.
WI. te and Grey Negro lilanket., romue extra
lImper'.al Ingrain and tharee p'y Carpetintg.
Casimers, Sattinets, Tweeds, Wooelineus and all
the late styles of Woolens for Gent's and Yuth's
L-t:dies' ai Gents' Merino undler vents.
" " Silk "
Hoser,. andl (O'oves, a full as-ortmnent.
Chuemisettes, French Marked Collars and under
Silk Ihcad Dresses,--Dutible and Shell Combs.
Hair and Tooth Brushes. Cologmus, Extracts, fancy
Carpet flags, Port Monies, Purses. &c.
Coctd assurtmnent of Ladies, Slisses, Youths and
Georgia P:ainms and Str'pes, at Factory prices.
Neither time or ex ense has been sparedl to matke
this Stock as fu'l anud complete as any in Augusta.
With long experience in this l.u.iness, ard facilities
for buytng not surpassed by any, and with a dleter
,nmnai.on toi be undersold hy ntone, I respectfully in
S~te all the' se trading to this market to call and look,
before going to anothter State.
IL. B. JACKSON.
Hamburg, Sept. 2.4th, 1852.
Sept. 29 ftnm 39.
7-rn REG;IMENT. S. C. M1. ?
No. 3, Sept. 23. t 52. (
A COL RT MAP.TL\L will convene at the Old
Wells, on Fridaiy the 22d1 October next, for the
trial of all D~ftaniters for the present year. The
Court will consists of the following Officers.
Lieu. Col. .Sa:Aw, President.
Capts. CUNoNCuAM, AnaIsoN, Itot-NTREE, LAN
DRUMs, MoaO~RA, Posver, lBaows, Lient... lIANDsEY,
CI11EAoRY, SnmAw, WtsE, hPER RY, I.AND. ienmbers.
Jons C. McDONALI..f uditge A dvocate.
By order of Col. H ARRISON..
ELtnErT D.AND, Act. Adj'nt.
Sept27 4t 3
W.V ILL be siold at pubtlic outerv to the highest hid
Vder, on MONDAY, the'20th October neast,
betvween the usual hours of sale, ont the premises, all
that Plantation or Tract of Land belonging to the
Estate of John PD. Gerardeatu, dee'd., and known as
the Matthew Ardis place.
'The above place is in two seperate Tracts, whicht,
although not adljoitning are quite near ech other, and
together contain about Thtree I Iundred atnd Ten acres.
One of the Trracts (136 acres) is woodland entirely ;
the other is nmostly cleared and ha~s upon it a two
Sfory Dwelling-House, witht six Rooms and a Piazza
running the full length of the house in front.
There are also otit-huildings and a Spring of good
w.'t r upon th.: plae.
Ternms macde known on the day of sale.
MA RY F. GERAR DEA U, Ex'ix.
Beech island. Sept 27 3t 37
F ROM the subscriber's house a STTVER L EV ER
' WATCII, rather simaller than the commnon size,
No I11.207--.J. .Johns.on. Liverpoo~l, Maker. When
taken, 'the winding chain was broken. It wans nmissed
og fhe 3rd inst. It had a spring in the handle to open
the ease. The glass had a scratch near the centre
resembling a crack.
Silversmiths will please tak'e notice of this, a" the
Watch must pass through their hands before it will
J will satisfy any one who will put me in the way
of ge.tting it. Addres me at Longmire's Store,
EdgefieltI District, S. C.
Sept 29 tf 37
A LL. person. having demands against the estate
L.of L. T. Abney, dec'd., will please present
theta properly attested, and those indebted will
please pay up. Punctuality is requested, as the
Eggtemut be closed as early res practicable.
4. WILSONf A BNEY, Adm'r.
ep .. tf 36
N Retiring from business, I take this method m
returning my thanks to my friends for the:r l&
eral patronage, and respectfully recommend to thel
favor Mr. J. R. DELPH, my successor in business
who I am pleased to say is a gentleman worthy v
A:y favor conerrred u'p him.in the way of bu
ness will be duly appriciated by me. When :t
Town I shall contintue at the office of Mr. DaLPun
whe're I shall always be prepared to render him an)
as.sistanee necessary in the businnes.
M. W. COLEMAN.
Iamburg, Sept G, 1852.
R. J. DELP-,
WARE-HOUSE AND COMMISSION
HA1M URG. S. C.
H AVING taken the business of Mr. M. W
COLMsAr, late of this place, respectfully ten
ders his services to his friends and the public gene.
Storing and Selling of Cotton
and other produee, RECEIVING and FORWARD
ING Merchandize to the country, and BUYINC
SUPPLIES fi- his customers.
lie flatters himself by a strict personal attentior
to the business, and a constant eye to the in*terest o
his Customers, to merit and receive a liberal shar<
r Liberal Cash advances will be made on Pro
duce in Store, when required.
Sept 8 2m 34
Spann Hotel for Sale!
'TE Public House known as "SPANN 110.
I TEL," at lEdgelield C. H1., and FURNITURE
is now offered for sale, upon reasonable terms, unti
the brat Monday in Deeeniber next, at which timi
if nit previomly sold, %%ill be put tip at PCBLIK
A UCTION, to the highest bidder.
The House is weli adapted to the use it has beer
appropriated, has large Stables, Carriage House
Corn Crib and l3rick Kitchen. with other nec-ssarm
out-buildings atta ched. The Diinildingts are nearlv al
new, atd ust if the Furniture purebased witlii
the present year.
The Lot eontaiis three and a hair acres, upot
which and near the Stables is a Well of t.xcellen
For further partieulars apply to either of ti
Subscribers. .. C. RE.\)Y, Proprietors
Re-pt e0, if 3
lrThe Soith Carolinian, Newhierry Sentinel ani
Augista Coistitutionalist will give eight weekly
inscrti-ins aid forwarl acconits.
State of South Carolina,
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
William1 D. .lnning-s,
rs ' Decl. in Attach nt
r 1'E Plaintiff in thie above case having thi
. day filed his declarationm in my Office, and thi
iefendait having neither wife nor Attorney know
to reside within the limits of this State on whn
copmy of said Deelaration with a rule to plead catn bt
served, On motion of Ir. 'jouarint. Attorney fot
laintitik. Ordered that sail Defendant appear an
plead to said declaration within a year and a d:i
fron the date lireof, or judgment will be awardet
against thei by detult.
T I 10S. G. BACON, C. E. D.
ilerk's Oflice,May 17, 1852. ly 18
State of South Carolina,
LV COMMON PL E AS.
'Te B'ank (fif lhiamurg, S. C,
vs. Attach ment.
Willianm B. liranmn. )
r jH EIl Plaintiiff in thte aibovcecase haviing this day
.filed his )eclartiona in amy Office, aind the De
feidant hiaviing neither wife nor Attorney known t<
reside within thlihmits of this Stats, on whaom *
coy oif said declaration with a Rule to plead can b<
ered :Oin ilmtimin of Ailr. DaLIsKE-r-, Attorney
fr P'haiintift,: Ordlered Thait said D~efendant appeat
and plead to said declaragion within a yezar anid
udgent will be rendered against hiim.
TIlos. U. A CON, C. s. D.
Clerk's Office, March 8. 1852.
March 11 ly -
State of South Carolina,
vs Decl. in Attach ment.
ri JIE Plaitii' in the above case having thmis day
i flih-d his I)eelar-atimii in my Office-, andm the De
fe-laut hiavinmg in-ither Wife itor Attorney kinowr
o reside withini ih.- limits oif this State on whom
op ,f sail Dect~laration with a rule to plecad can
e served. On nmtion of Mr. Mma~Aux, Attorniey
f r Pin~ititT: Ordered thaut said I Jefendlant apipeni
and pleiad tim said IDeelaurationus within a yeur and:
dav from the date hereof, omr judgmenit will bm
aw arded againist him by de-fault.
TIIOS. G. IIACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's O(1iee.. -June 1, 1852. ly 20
Readt This~ aind save Cost !
rp lIE Submscribe-r respectfuilly notifies all thmes
.indebted tmo the Firm of Gtovxns d& Mars. an'
also to hiimself, eiither by noit or open aceount, te
make payument on oir befomre the 1st .Jaiiuary next
as longer intdulgenace cannot be giveni.
W.\. B. M AYS.
Sepmt 15 tf 35
~L.L ihiuse inmdebted to the e-state of C. W
1.. Cochran, dee'md., are requested tog mak~ r romp
payieit to tihe Admimnistratmar, and thomse hmavin
deanitds will render them itn properly att-sted.
L. B. COC11RAN, Adm'r.
July 7 tf 25
Georgia Scriven County
LAND FOR SALE !
rp IlK Subscrniber wishing to nmakn a change ii
.Llhis businesms, uff-rb for salte ambout
Twenty-Five Hundred Acres
Of Oak. ilickory and Pine Land, as prodtuctive a
any in this pairt oif the State. If de-siredl it could b,
eonertedl into two settlements, as Ilorse C:reel
rus through it-one on e-ach side of thec Creek.
Persoiis wia-hing to purchtase are invited to com
andh view the priesentt crop.
E. II. SCARBtORO'Ghf.
Scaiboro, Ga., Sept. 22 6te 36
. 5heriff~s Sale.
B Y Virtue of a writs of Fieri Facias, ti
mec directed, I shall proceed to sell al
Edgefeld Court House, ont the first Monday an<
Tuesday in Nov. next, the following property
in the following case, viz:
A. Linidsey and Stewart Harrison vs Win. Il
arrison, a tract of Ltnd containing two hun
dred (200) acres,msorte or less, bonnded by laindi
of Blenj. Bettis, Mrs. F. A. Ilairrison, Bienjamia
Tillman anad others.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
St-pt 27 5 5t 37
.4 LTL Persons indebted to the Estate of C. J
1Glover, dee'd., are requested to make imme
~ic payment, and those haviing demands agains
sid estate, iiI present them properly attested.
JOHN RAiNSFORID, Adm'r.
Spt 22 tf .38
4LfL Persons having demands aeainst the estati
tl..of 'Wesley Harris, dee'd., will present then
proe.rly attested by the 1st day of D~ecember next
anl thomse inde-bted to said estate will nmake paymna
by the above time.
DAVID PARMER, Adm'r.
Spt 22 3t 36
A LL Perons indebted to the Estate of Jan
tLogatn, dee'd., are requested to mnake immite
dae payment, and thosehsaving demands will pre
snit them forthwith, properly attested according ti
law. . AMBRtOSE NIX, Adnt'r.
Feb 5 12m 3
P ERSONZS indebted to the Estate of Hugh Neal
dec'd.,- are requested to make prompt pay
mnctt, and all those having demands to present thett
iimdjtely, properly attested.
J. &' A. J. NEA L, Adnmrit.
ivery and Sale Stables,
FORMERLY JOHN C. O'HANLON'S
THE Subperiber has the pleasur
to infurm his friends and the public
that. having purchlsd the Splendi
_ a STOCK of FIXTUR]ES of thos
well-known and. popular STABLE, formerl
owned by O'HANLON, and lately by W. E. AR
CIlER, he is now prepared to furnish all who na:
favor him with their patronage, with excellent Saddil
HORSES, and handsome and eomfortable'CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES, of the latest styles
with teams to match, and drivers, in whose so
briety and experience every confidence can be plced
at nost reasonable prices. Many improvement
have been made to the Stables and .ots. and.Dro
vers will finl every accommodatbin they can desire
Carriages and Omnibuses from this Stable wil
run fron Boatwright & Janney's universally favo
rite " American Hotel," and also from the lung-es
tablished and well-known Columbia Iotel. by Mr
D. Caldwell, to the various Railroad Depots, or an,
Jl- Orders left at the Anmerican TTotel, with Sit
W. D. llarris,-or the Proprietor, at the Colunbi
]lotel, will be promptly attended to; and the sub
scriber is confid'ent tlat all who employ him wiil b
pleased with his prices and his teams.
Columbia, Sept 22 Gin .36
To Managers of Election,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE COURT OF GENE RA L SESSION5
I Ti [OS. G. BACON, Clerk of said Court. L
1 pursuance of the directions of the Act of *t.
Legislature. in such eases mtade and provided, (I
hereby give notice that an Election for TAX COL
LECTOR for Edgetield Distiret, will be held o:
seold londlav in October next, at the usual place
of election throughout the said~ District.
Witniess my iand, at Edgetield Court House, thi
the 9th Sept., 1852.
TIIOS. G. BACON, c. F. u.
Sept 15i 4t 35
Managers of Election,
T the last SAession of the Legislainture, tie Cm,
Ill ittee on Privileges andl Electioins, to- Wh1411
were referred sundry petitions playing the estub
lisinit of neiw places of Elections and the tp
pointment of MIanaers for the iext General Elec.
tio, teconimmended the adoption of the followiai
Resolu1 tion :m
Resolced. Thit the elections to be holden on tIh
s-:cond Mionday in Oct..ber next and the day followv
ing. tsr Senators andl Iepreeintatives in the Stat
Legislatumre, shall be leld at the following place
tonliv. atnd condnet.-d by the tollowing perssit:
EdgrfleId C. II.-R T Nlims, James B Griffii
andI .1 ohnsoni A Biland.
Longlaires.-.I 11 Yeldel, W Timmerman an
Torles'-P B Weaver, Ridley Scurry and P
Mare's.-Joln O'Neall, W Carter and Nathanit
Richardson's.-31 N1 Graham. R G hill am
Colliers.-L .J Ilill:r, John W Mntdy an,
Coleman's.-Archibald Clarke, J A Chapmta
and .1I Mlaynard.
Bjultrare's.-dolin Lott, William Merehantani
F W Cellee
Mleeting Street.-J W Timmnermtan, Willian
Stevens ando 1) C Tompkins.
Mt. lVilling.-.osiali Padgett, Julius Bank
and Vastime A llurlong.
Wilson Ifistein's.-.John .1 -Norris, A D Inte
and (;ilbert IleCoe.
Rinehart'.-ltt .Teniings, Joel Inabnit am
Hlurrard's.-fl 3 Talbert, B IHoward atnd Frred
IParka'.-Thmomas Chanmberlain, George Mlorgn:
an 1t14 u N Cartledge.
L~ibrands.-E S Kreps, A Kreps antd Williari
Rockell's.-Jamecs Blackwell, E Robertson ani
Red IIill.-J Ml Clark, L~ Iolstein and Willian
_ flatcher'.-Wni II-Town, W1m J Tfurner. ani
Dorn's.-John Dorna, Alfred M1ay and Mtario:
Nairs.---ames T Gardner, John Everett an
GranitcciLle.-S Wise, James Purvis andi Jolt1
Allen's-Wam N Turner, Ihenry liart and Jobi
Nickersons.-C Niekerson, W Burhmam and.
Per ry's.-J Wi Abmney, A Dozier and William
C ulbra th.
IIambur.-Wmn M Sales, Wim Spires amnd B
Shseppard's.--E I.agroine, Isaac liowles amnd I
Dun tons.a-U Strutn, .John Mloss amnd .1 Cheat
Pine Ifmnsue.-E P 11 Kirksey, G WV Jones an
Chaerokeer~ Ponds.-Wtm Lanhatn, E .\Torris atn
Ridge.-\Wade Ilulstein, E W Perry and Tilma
Cooperarill.-R C Grinfin. F U Cooper an
Shaaterfeld.-I lenry Il tsh, Wmn Langby an
W t, Roberson.
IILyiim Samyiey's.--3 m1 Padget t, S II Rogem
rTme election to be held two da~ys at each piae,
T 1hen Alamnneers to meet at Edtgetield (Court I bom
on Ws..e.dndy followitng, coun~tt the vots, anid di
elrre thte election.
Si x Uere~sentatives to be elected.
Sept 22 3t 36
BUCKIIEA D, 2-lth Amtg 1852.
I IIE l;RIAI)IlR GENER.\L~S are hereb
..regni red to make returns as direted by t~
Act of l$4l, (see Section 13 ) U~pon a non-coni
piatnce, the law will be enforced against all defaul
ers. By order of the Commiantder-in-Chmief.
J. W. CANTrEY.
A djntamtt and Inspeintor General.
Sept 22 4lt 36
Chaman's Cotton Gins?
W E still make these best of COTTON GINh
VTat our old stand. We warrant them to gil
satisfaetion, which they neeer fail to do.
All orders thankfully received attd protmptly al
Persona who fitnd it more convenient will pleat
inquire of Mr. LaoD ILL~, Edgefield C. II., wh
will keep on htand one or monre of these Gins i
sale. Address CIAPM14N &~ SONS,
Colenman's X Roads, Edgefield, S. C.
Sept 15 tf 35
house and Lot for Sale I
1J11lI Undersigned offers for sale his IIOUS
Aand LOI', in the town of Edlgefield on at
cotmodatitng termis, and will give possession onc
before the tirst of .lannary next.
During his absence, the premises can be seet
by apsplicatiotntmade to Mir. Bi. C. Bryan.
WILLIAM1 B. JOIINSON.
ep tf 36
tLL, Persons indebted to theo estate of Olivt
1. Toweles, are requtested to mtake itmmediate pa:
tment, andi those having denmantds against the mani
will render thtem in properly attested.
U. 31. SCURRY, Administrator.
.Oct.!) tf 38
* Notice. -
A LL Perrans indebted to the Estate of Wm.
Siitter, are earnestly requested to make in
mediatjazyment, and those havintg demands again:
said estate will please reatler them in, property a
tested, forthw~ith. 13. F. STROM, Adm'r.
Sept 8 tf 3-4
ALL persons indebted to thec estate of Lew
Collins, deo'd., are requested to mnako imm<
dliate payment, and those having deaatnds again
team topresetnt themi properly attested.
J. A. COLLINS, Adtm'r.
Oct.30 if 41
T. 8 LfokNil C ICKENS
heg leaveio pret2tnm the people of Edge
field, and of th-e Diitriets which may be thrown
with its by thine'apportionment, as an emi
I nently suitabld.v n to represent us in the
Congress 'of.the UnItcd States. Mr. DUR
lavinig positiely iecncd. re-election, it be
comes our duty tDseleet.hb'is successor. with
C care; and we respisetfully suggest.that the ex
perience and. abilty.of Col. PICKENS should
be again.ealled atoyequisition upon the very
floor where.heis.fdltherto served us so efli
ciently.. It is. perihnPiproper. to add, on our
part, that this .annouicement is ten'ddred with
ont Col.-P's knowldge br desire, and with no
feeling of..oppositiba to any individual.
19- Tnr' Friends of Capt. PRESTON. S.
BROOKS, announcehivii na a candidate to rep
resent this. Congreps.ional District in the next
Congress, Mr. BUa having positively declined
This nonination, eh another which appears
in this paper, wasma de by the friends of Capt.
B. purely of their dwn accord, without reterence
to his wishes on tihe subject and without the
remotest design of forestalling publiq opinion
n his favor against any individual.
grThe friends of I'ICKENS B. WEVER,
I respeciftlly annoufree him -as a Candidate for
) Clerk of the Courtof Common Pleas for Edge
WN- Wo are. uthorized- to announce the
following gentleme!in as Candidates for Commis
sioners of the.Poor of Edgefield District:
WIi,LTAM f STFR.
NARK -ETIEREDGE. -
Pa S i C!
- KOERBER,'Professor of MUSIC in
- . the Young Lidies Bonrding and Day School,
2 respectftilly informs tWe citizens of Edgefield and its
vicinity. that he willgive privato instructions upon
: the P'.NO, either at the residence of those per
-suns desirous of taking Lessons, or at the Academy.
A t Private house, per quarter,..........$23 00
At the Academy, " -...-......... 18 00
All those desiring to take Lessons are requested
to apply before the 2ed of this month.
Sept 8 tf 24
PER 81111 J. RUTLEDGE FRO31 LIVERPOOL.
r1 l1 E nbscribers have received direct from the
MNanufacturers avery extensive assorntent of
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, &c.
which they ofrer forsale on liberal terms.
EWjAN K,-STONE &.CO.,
J55 Meeting t, opposite Charleston lotel.
Charleston, Sept 22 4t 30
- I ATE expressly io order by William Greener.
I. Wesley Richards and other noted London
lunvksley and James Dixon & Sons celebrated
PO DRFLASis, SIlOT BELTJS and POU
R.Walker's, Cot's, Starkeys, Eley and Westley
a Richards PERCUSSION CAPS.
Bnldwin & Star lwPs. Indented GUN WAD
I DING, and leIys Patent Wi're CARTRIGES, to
gether with a comipleW assortment of sporting ap
Joseph Roidgers..& ons and George Westen
1 holms' C1L L - O
-155.Metigt., Oppos~ite Ch:,rleston Intel.
Charleston, Sept.-122~- 4t 36
So itlierin manufacture,.
ParHome wade Plantation
llARlNE~Ss. SOL] AND UPPE~R .LEATilER.,
OF ALL DFACaLPTIOSS.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil.
SilOEMAKE RS' FINDiNGS.
-A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan &- R rother,
R. T. MIM1.\.
I; Julyl 21 if .
u f ILL be oldo the first aMonday in October
Snext, if ntrevio~usly sold at private ,'ale,
all that VALUA BIL TRACT of LAND) lyin'gaind
being in Edgefield Distriet, containing six Ilundred
(601)) A eres, adjoining lands of John IRainsford, W.
Wise, Wmn. Mliller and others, known as the Ryan
s The aboro place is wrell'improved and has on it
a splendid Orchard. MAy personi desiring a farm of
.that size, with a healthy residkee would do well to
.call nnd, examine for themselvert..
The lAnds are light and of easy culture, and pro
duce well. To a good and responsible paurchaser,
if desired. a lengthy credit will be given on the
-. larger portion of the purchase monley.I
For further particulars, apply to eithmer of the
Subscribers. J3AS. L. DJEVORE,
8. B. RYAN,
Se~pt 8 4t 34
tTUILL be sold on the first Mionday in October
V V next, for Division, all that TRACT OF
LANDI, lying on Horn's Creek, containing Fvc
hundred and eighteen (518) acres, and adjoinig
land.s of Jarnes Rainsford, Dr. James Devore, antd
Terams made knowin on the day of sale.
R. C. 31ARTIN,
y C. F. 31ARTIN.
e Sept 8 _____ 4t 31t
DIIR. D E NN IS'S
Jaundice, Sick iead-ache, D)i:ciness, Loss ol
Appetite, Constipation of thec Boweels, Pile",
caused by Costiveness, Pain in the Bowvels, or
Rheumatism, caused by the use of Mercury,
SSy .phiLis, Scrofua,. Boile, Ulcers, 4j-c..
3H 7TIS PR'EPAR ATION is ade as pure as pos5'.
1ble. Its bitter taute, and beneficial effects in
diseases of the LUver, and diseases arising froman im
pure state of the Blood, prove it to be the
e PUREST AND 3MOST USEFUL
prepration of Sarsaparilla that is mnade.
rThose who have used the various preparations of
there as more Sarmsaparilla in one bottle of Dr. DEN
srs'~ preparation, than in half a dozen bottles as it is
Its alterative and mildly purgative efreets upon the
bowels, make it not only a good suabstitute for SMer
- ury, but useful in removing all diseases arising from
-the imprudent use uf 31eretury.
kr l" Prepared only byiJ. DENNIS, 31. D., Augus
1Sold byA. G. TEAGUE and G. L. PExxi, Edgefield
C. H.; .M3. Conzn and CAREy & CoUTualEa,
Charleston ; IIOATwaIGnI & MIOT and F. Curais,
Columbia; A. J. CaEtGnTos, Hlamburg; Wa. F.
. TUTr, D. B. PLUMaS, HIAvrLAnD & RISL.Ey, W. F:.
& J. TURPNS, W. K. KITCou.N, BArR.-rT & CAL
T ER, Augusta, Geo., and by Druggists genrly
r l'rice-si per bottle; 6 bottde for *SS.enmly
- E17' Remember to ask for DENNIS' GEORGIAI
June 26. 1851 tf 23
' TS hereby given, that application wrill be nmade to
I.the Igislature of South Carolina at its next
. Session, to re-charter Hutiet'is Ferry~, on Little Sa
1luda River, in Edgeflald, District..
at Sept 1 . . ti 36
1tolasses and Syrup.
- NOW Receiving a lar-ge Stock choice Cuba 1M1
LASSES, and Georgia anid New Orleans
SYR UPS. S. E. 110WERS.
s llamnburg, A pril 21 if 14
A FAIR price..wlll be. given for RAGS, (a
L.Cotton) by - .. S. E. BOW ERS.
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
No. 13 Adger's North Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEo. M. COFFIN,
JAs. R. PRINOLE.
Sept I 3m 33
Fall Goods and Groceries!
- IAMBURG, S. C.
IIE Undersigned takes this oppiortunity of re
.lturning his acknowledgments to his friends
ur the patronage heretofore given him in the G RO
ERY and COTTON Business, and to inform
hem that he has now on hand a very large Stuck of
GROCERIES.& HEAVY GOODS,
omnprising nearly every article that ih usually kept
n Grocery Stores.
Ilaving taken great pains to lay in his Stock of
hoice arti-Ies expressly for Plmters' trade, he flat
era himself that satisfaction will be given in all
ses, bith as to) articles and prices.
To enable him to display his heavy Stock and to
!arry on business more advantageously, he has
removed to the large Store un the Corner of Main
treet, innediately opposite Mr. .JostAn SzzI.BY's
here-he invites persons wishing to make purcha
es or to sell produce, to give him a call.
0- A heavy Stek will be kept up and the high
.t market priees paid for Cotton and Flour du
ring the season. 13. S. DUNBAR.
Sept 15 4t 35
B. S. DUNBAR,
HAMBURG, S. C.
IAS just reeived and ofibrs for sale on ae
500 Pieces GUNNY BAGGING,
300 Pieces DUNDEE "
500 Lbs lBagging TWINE,
'20t) Coils Bale ROPE.
30 Baltes Brown SIIIRTINOS, assorted,
50 lhas Choice BACON,
50 " SUGAR, assorted.
25 Barrels Crushed SUCA RS,
10 " tLoaf
2) Bags RIO COFFER,
50 Ilhds W. 1. MOLASSRS,
50 Barrels " "
3010 Kegs NA ILS. assorted,
50 Barrels M.ACKrE REL,
,000 fLbs WIITE LEAD,
25 Barrels LINSEED and TRAIN OIL,
200 Boxes GL.1SS,
1000 Sacks SA L T,
2:3 Tons JRON. nssorted.
EATILERt. SllOE-, BLANKET-3 and all other
irticles usually kept by Crocers.
Sept 15 . it 3 5
OURThl SES:41ON OF TIE EDG EFIELD
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal.
[ON. N. L. GRIFFIN. DR. R. T. 3lIS,
SD31UND PENN, S. F. GOODE.
U.mnER OF PUrils LAT SEssION. SEVENTv-ErIaIT.
fiE NEXT SESSION will commence on Mon
day the 13th of September. It is of the great
nt importance that each Pupil should be present at
he coinnlenOeelnent of tihe 8ession.
A dditions have beien miale to the Institute build
ngs during the past year. Tlese contain seveln
ommodils and well fainihed liooms, all of which
ave becin built, and are used fur purposes of lin
This instituttioni is furnished with a Philosophical
\ pparatns, a Chemienl Apuparatus, at (ahinet of
~hels, a Collection (of lIirds, a Cahinect oif Shine
rals, a Collection, of Reptiles, Fishes an-t Aunimals. a
Set o~f Anatomieal Charts, a large and very fine
llectiun of Maps, Globes. Blackboards, Pianos,
d every thinzg.which is necssary for most thor
mgh inst'ruction. It is said to be the best furnished
nstitutc for Young Ladies in the State.
The A cideici year is divide.d Iato three Sessions
if fiourteen weeks each. The first Session will al
ea'ys commence on or near the 15th iof September.
The second Session, the 9th of .January, and the
hird the 20th of April. With the exception of the
'hristmans holidays there is but one vacatioin during
the year, and this occurs in A ugust and September.
For Tuition in the Primary Departmzent. 1st Divi
sion, per Sessiion of fourteen weeks...5 0t
For Tuition in Prinmary Dep'tmnt , d Div'n 7 00l
'' " Aeademie - . .....I Unit
" " C'ollegiate " ......1 00 l
l'ssonzs otn the Piano, and use (If zIstrument IS 00
Modern 1.m1igung~es, (.eh... .... ..... ... .8 (t0
D~rawinig and Sketching from Natuare.. 8 00
Painting ill Oils, Portrait anid L..adseape. .. .15 00
['e of Apparatus...................... 2 It
FueL mtd care of Rtuildings............... 50
Good lioarding can be obtained in the Village in
luling lights, washinzg, fuel, & c.. at $' I0 per month.
Pupils entering near the middle or clo.se of the
Session, are charged fromt the time it' enztranice to
the end! of theL Session. No deduction is miade for
absence, or uthzer causes, but at the discretion of the
All bills for Tuition, &c., are payable at the close
of each $essioni.
Buoks, Stationmary and Music, cana bc obtained in
the Village at reasonable prices.
The department of Music is under the supervi
sion of most accurate and accomplished teachers;
zd it is believed that unusual facilities are atlhrded
for acquiring a thorough knowledge of this difficult
(.i(ciece. In addition to regnhar private lessons, the
mpuils in this department are diied into classes,
nd taught on the planm of Pestalozv.i.
They dlevote mch timec toi exercises, adaptedl to
train the ear, andli the voice, and to implart an easy
m brilliant excution.
If they pursue the prescribed course of musical
instructin, they acquire the art of reaudmig music
Tey' are required to be regular andl systematic
in practising dlaily azt the Institute.
The training anal cultivation of the vo.ice receive
m unusual degrece of attention. The science of
Eloution is here applied, in developing the voice
for inging, with great etl'ect.
Pupils t'romm Chtarleston, and the lower Districts,
can reach Edgefieldt by thc Stage, which leaves
Augusta antd llamsburg :hree titmie a week, and
passes through the Village. And we cordially in
vite all who may be passing through Edgefield to
visit our Insitute, and entisfy themselves that nto
better facilities for educating their daughters can he
furnihedl anywhere, thanm those which mayt be en
joyed near their own homes.
Auust 11 I t 30_
Edgefield Male Academy.
A TEA CiER us wvantedl to take charge of the
1Edgefield Mlale Academy. The applicant
tust be a TEACOTTER by PROFESSION; one
who has experiencee in his business, and ampt~ly qual
ified for preplarinig young men for the South Caroli
na llege. To a man of suitable qualifications,
the plce oflers many inducements.
Address the Trustees.
N. TL. GRIFFIN,'
JOllN LIPSCOMP., g
JOI[N TBA UhKETT, '
R. Tr. MD131. ,J
Nov 2S tf 45
Saw and Grist Mills for Sale "
jphIE Subscriber intendinug to morve fronm the
..State, oflers for sale his MILLS, on Shtaw's
Creek, about ten miles from Edgelield, Aiken and
The Tract contains Twenty-two hmuntdred (200l0)
acres, with a sufficient wvater power to runz Circular
Saws or a Factory. On the premnises are all neces
sary improvmets-framec buildings, orchazrds, &c.
A iny information given by applying to the Sub
scriber on the premises, or by letter addressed to
hia at Edgefield C. 11.
JOIS. A. ADDISON.
Aug 41 tI "
IS HEREBY given that application will be madc
..to the Legislature of Southt Cartolinta at its next
Session, to close so much of the old Free Ferry
Road as it inot closed already by plantations anzd
Sept 8 3m 3
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Henry F
Freeman, dee'd., will come forward immen
diately and nmake payment and those havin de~
mnands will render them in properly attestd.
J. Hi. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
v.; - lvy5
. , HAMBURG, S. C.
T UE Undersigned v ould respectfully inform his
friends and the public generally, that notwith
standing the lite disastrons freshet, lie Is now re
veiving and will continue to receive, a very select
DRUGS ANI MEDEEEiTS,
Together with such articles as are usually kept in
his line of business, and is furthermore determined
to sell as low as any other establishnent here
or in A ugtia. IIis stock will consist of the purest
and best MEDICINES, CliE11CALS, &c., &C.,
French and English.
Lamp, Tanners, Linseed, Neatsfoot,
Sweet anid Lamp Oi.s,
(ALL wanias-rED PUnE,)
A. J. CREIGHTON.
N. B.-Tose inlelted to the above who know
they are slow, will please CALL AXD SI:rrtE their
accounts, as my hosses in the recent freshet have
been suob as to conpel mte to issue this requet t.
A. J. C.
Sept. 10 3mD 35
CONTINUATION OF BUSINESS.
HAMBURG, S. C.
W E the Undersigned, will continue business
in this plnoC, and will promptly attend to
the RECEIVING and FORWARDING GOODS,
Sell or Store Cotton,
BUY or SEND GOODS to order. Will keep
constantly on handofor sale,
Bagging, Rope, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses,
SA LT, BACON,
and all other leading artieks. Will make liberal
udvanecs on produce in Store, or such as may be
shipped to our friends in Charleston (or Savannah.
Our 11. L. JEFFERS will be in Charleston,
where ie is engnged in Busin-ss, (see Card of
Cniturts, JEFFrs & Co.,) and for whom we
bespeak a liberal support.
Our E. .1. DUCKMASTER will be here aided
by competent and experienced assistants and soli
cits a share of patron:age.
We take this opportunity of returning our thanks
to our friends and the public for their very liberal
I JEFFERS COTHRAN & CO.
Sept. 13 5d2m 35
2I, 9 M EM 0)
IT will ho seen from the Card of CnLAMEsr1aR, Ji.
FERS & Co.. that I l.tve cotineeted nyst-lf with
that firm for the purpose of carry ing on a gereral
Factorage & Commission Business,
in Charleston, where I shall give my personal at
tention to business.
From my long experi-nce in business in this
place and a gener:l aequaintatice with the custom
and wants of the country, and an untiring devotion
to the interests of friends, I hope to merit and re
ceive a tull share of patronage.
In leaving Hamburg, I cannot think or feel that
I bid adieu to my friends, among whotm I have been
raiised. and for whon I have long done more or less
lusiness. I shall still be in Carolina, and a Caro
linian. and will be in Charleston. where 1 ean serve
von to great ad vantage.nnd respectfully solicit your
rders to CnusMBEnt, J1EFERS & CV., while I niost
ordially return my thanks for all past favors, pat
ronage and confidence.
r. L. JEFFERS.
Hamburg, Sept 13, 1652.
11 A LL Cottoin or ProdeO interided for us,
shipped down the Savannahu River by vay of Canal
to A ugusta, will be forwardedl to us, at Charleston,
free of charges, except dlrnynge.
CII .\1H ERS, .I EFF ERS & CO.
Sept 13 5d2mn 35
H AMBUR(?, S. C.
Tj nE Utndersigned takes this opportunIty of re
Iiturnitng thanks to his frienas fo'r-the-patronage
hereto'fore so liberally extended to hint, ad to ini
form thenm and the public generally, th~at hte con
tines th~e WARF.IIOUSE and COMLISSION
BIJlNIESS, at the
Water Proof Ware-House,
formierly occupied by SrBz:.r & UsnERa, and the past
year by htimself.
Thte location atnd convenience of this Ware
House gives it supleriort claimts to patronage, but
whIat ,shottl not be overlooked by lahnters, is the
tact that it is entirely
Out of Danger of High Water,
--th~e late unprecedented and disastrous freshtet niot
Imving reached thte Iloor upon which all Cottoits
Thte 17tndersigned havitg had tmuch experiencee
in the busittess. andl inttentdini to decvote his entire
attentiont tom the STOItING atid SELLING (If
Cittot and.' th.r country produce, flatters hitmself
that hte will be enabled to give satis.faction. to cus
lki ebtarges ill be governed b~y the usages of
II t rdhets foir Mferchandize strictly attended to
ndt reasonable ad vanes made ott pr..dne.e whien
desired. C. W ILLIAMAS, AGEr.T
sep l' -t 35
OF TIlE SOUTil CAlROLINA lNSTITUTE,
jjOli the proimotioni of Arts, Mfevhanmierd Inge
nutty attd IudIustrv, atnd Atrienbural pue:nis.
The Foutrth Annual Fair omf this Institute will he
el itn Chark-ston. S. C., commtencinlg on MO0N
DA Y, 1 5th o'f Novetmber next, and continue open
durintg the week.
It is expected that the opening auidress will be
Idelivered by the Hotn. PtveanE SOeLtE, and an A g
rietural address by E,.t(Nt) IRtUFFiM, Esq., of Vir
SSpecitmens in every branch of Mfechanism, Art
and Industry, also of Cotton, Rice, Stngnr. Tobatcco,
and all othter agriculttural products-horses, Cattle.
Sheep anid Swine, are solicited, for which suitable
prmim will be awa~rdled.
To thte Ladies' work, which has contributed so
mueh to the success of the Institute at all of its Ex
hibitions, the Committee have b~een speially oltarged,
and suitable and appropriate premiutms will be
warded to the best specimens in every department.
Thte Board of Directors of this Institute feel great
pleasure iu annouttcintg to its niumerous friends and
mebrs the triumuphanut success whtieg has thus
far attentded their endeavors to awaken the South
Iert States to thteir true interests in diversifyitng their
abor. encoturaging their own Mlechanics atid de
veloping their resources, and the Board have no
doubt that the enisuing Exhibition will convince all
who mtny attend it. that thte cotorts which thtis 1nsti
t.te Itas mtade for the last three years, have not been
thrown away, but fully appreciated throughout the
Persons desiring to exhibit articles at the ensuing
IFair will please address L. 31.llArcu, Esq , Chair
ian Cotmmittec of Arrangemients, at as early a day
as psieso that suitable preparations nmay be
ade and all articl-s exhtibited to the best advantage.
WMa. 1. L A WTON, Presidentt.
WMa. KIRK WOOD, 1st Vice Presid't.
J1OS. WALKER, 2d do do
IW. G. D)ESUTASSURE, Secretary.
L. A. EDMIONSTON, Treasurer.
Diredar.--J. H. TAYrLoR, G. N. R Esor.,LD, jr.,
L t IA-rctt, E W EneEtR-ro, Il D WSAL.KER, CY
letn~ARneOs, E J1 PononRa C D) CARR, Wx Lgzar,
laaRv CO~rA, E C Jox.s. D N McelNroat.
JAM1ES H. TAYLOR,
Chairman Comn. Correspondenlce.
June 22 tf _l
IS THereby given, that applicatlotn will be made to
tie Lecgislatutre of South Carolina at its iiext
session, for a Charter for the Odd Fellows and Mla
sonie Building Association.
A ugust 2.- 3tn -2
LL persons having demiands against the estate
[ of J.A Perrin, dee'd., are requested to ren
ler them in to Capt. W. hlarrisont, as ho is mty
Agnt durinig my alSiene~e from the State.
*I A. PERRIN, Adm'r.
A pril 1 tf 11
ALL Nts due the. Subscriber, individually or
-asExeutor, are placed in the Bank of Uinm
burg, for collection. Those inidebted wvill pleast
ake immediate paymntt.
Dr. John NI. Galphin, will act asmiy Attes'ney:
during my absence from tlie State.
nec23 t-fi 7
EDGEFIEFD, S. C.
THE Subscriber most respectfully
...,1 informs the citizens of Edgefield and
the Traveling public generally, that
this Establishment is now well pro,
pared for the reception and accommodation of .
Boarders and Transient Customers!
Having procured the assistance of competent,
honest and obliging Servants, he flatters himself that
all who may favor limq with a call will be highly
pleased with the entertainment extended to them.
His TABLE will always be abundantly supplied
with the best the Market af'ords, and on the most
The Bar, under the superlntendence of an
attentive and experienced Clerk, will ever be fur
nished with the choicest LIQUORS, WINES, SE
GARS. &c., that can be obtained.
His Stables are large and commodious, -on
stantly furnished with good Provender, and attend
ed by Tiostlers of geat care and experience.
And lie therefore hopeo, by. giving his entire at
tention to the keeping of an orderly and well-eon
dueted Tfouse, to merit and continue to receive that
liberal patronage heretofore so generously bestowed
on him. WM. B..MAYS, Paoratavoa.
Sept 15 tf
Valuable Cotton Plantation
T HE Subscriber being desirous of removing .his
planting interest South, offers for sale his valu
ble Plantation containing
Nine Hundred Acres,
situated on Saluda River, in Edgefield District, 21
miles of Chappell's Depot, on the Columbia and
Greenville R. Road.
The bove Plantation in point of fertility 'will
will oompnre favourably with any in the Dis
trict. About 500 acres of this Tract are cleared
and in a high state of cultivation, 200 of which are
fresh. The remainder (near 400 acres) is woodland,
and well timbered with Oak and Hiekory.
There is a comfortable Two Story Dwelling
House, and all necessary out buildings on the premi
ses. Also, a Well of splendid water in the yard;
and the Plantation is well watered.
Any farther information desired, can be obtained
either by addressing the subscriber at Edgefeld
C. II.. or by applylin to Mr. L. Rodgers, residing
on the place, who will take great pleasure in show
itg the land to any one desirous of seeing it.
D. F, HO1LINGSWORTH.
Sept 15 tf 35
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
T HAT Valuable PLANTATION about eight
miles from IHamburg, known as the Cherokee
Pond Plantation, formerly owned by Dr. GeIaGt.
It contains about seven hundred and eighty-eight
(788) acres, 250 of whieh are cleared, the balance
iq well wooded, consisting of Black Jack, Hickory
and Pine. It possesses superior advantages as a
public house, it being a long established stand, and
situated at the junction of the Five Notch, Martin
Town Dranch Plank Road and Main Trunk of the
Hamburg and Edgetield Plank Road, and about a
mile. below the junction or the Pine House and
Edgefield Roads. The Cherokee Pond Race Course
is on the place, and is one of the best training Turfs
in the United States.
On the place are two TWO STORY DWEL
LINC HO USES, with all necessary outbuildings,
so situated that the place can be divided into two
plantations, with suitable buildings on each plan
The Plank Road passing through the lands, off'es
great facilities for hauling wood to Hamburg and
Augusta-to any one disposed to engage in that
business, a rare chance is ofrered. To an approve4
purchaser it will be sold on a credit of three or fivo
years. Apply to
I1. A. KENRICK, President,.
11amburg and Edgeield P. R. Company..
Haimburg, A ug 20 i f 3~2.
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd
r 311IlS R6A D is now open for travel from-Hamm
.1burg to the 01LD W ELLS, on the Pine House
Road, and by the Miartin Town Branch from Rap
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevens Creek..
Persona travelling or sending their WVagons e
Yehieles to Hamburg by the Martin Town Rar
enn aviail themselves of the Branch Plank Roadito
H amburg, by turning to the left, half a 'mfea'ioye
liardy's Church, by whiah they will avoid all the
hills and sand on the Martin Town Road.'
The Roade will be completed from Unmborgto
the Pine House about the 1st of November.
Rtates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " " 4 " " "
Trwo " " 3 " "i "
ITwo " Carriages 3 "" "e
Horseback travellers, "; 2 " " "
Vehie-s 'n maeetng, are ench entitled to half the
PL ANK TR ACK, and t1-e Drivers are required to
turn to the " R IGIIT !'
II. A. KENR TCK, President.
Hambunrg, Sept 8 tI' 34
Extra Fine Liquors.
30\ DO u.Joh Gibson, Son & Co. old Neotar'
40 Hlble his Old Eagle and superior Monon.
Superior Port Wine, Madaria, Cherry, Tenerit
and Malaga Wine,
Jamanica Rum, Holhuid Gin, Gin Cordial, L~emon
syup, Cherry lirandy and all kinds of Liquors,
usually kept in Family Grocery Stores, and wiil ba
warranted genuine, and of direct importation.
Hamburg. A pril 21 tf 14
IS hereby given that application will be made at
.1the next Session of the Legislature, to incorpo
rate Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, in Edgefield
Juiy 2R tf 28
IS HERFBY GIVEN, that application will bie
.1made to the Legislature of South Carolina, at
Its next S--ssion, for a division of Edgefield Distridt,
so as to give a .Judicial District to the Saluda side.
A un 4 tf 29
I.\DMIEDIA TEL~Y, a good CARRIAGE SMITH
.and a good WH EEL RIGHT, to whonm con.
etant work and excellent wages will be given.
A ug 11 tf 30
IS h EREBY given that application will be made
1to the Legislature at its next Sesuioni to incorpoe
rate the "' Edgetield Flying Artilkry."
Sept 8 3m 34
TS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be
ALnmade at the Session of the next Legislature for
an A ct of incorpoination for the Bethleham Church
Camp Ground in Edgetield District. 2
June 203 ttf2
H AVING taken charge of the estate of Col Jolhn
Gaskins, deu'd.,na Dercliet, those who are in
debted to the estate wIll make paayment by the 1st
of January unext, anid those having demands will
present them, properly attested, by that time.
H. T. WRIGHT, u. E. V.
Ordinary's Offie, Sept 13, 1852. 3m 35
4FINE Stock of Pure Sperm CANDLES,
SA damantinie, Star, Plull & Son's-a superior
article of Starch, blue and white,-Soap of every
description, Turpentine, Casteel. Family, & Toilette.
Also, Wooden W~are, Churns, Buckets, Tubs,
Brooms, &c,, of all descrIptions.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg,A pril 21 t4
J UST Receiving a fresh supply of Pickles. Pre
serves, Sardeins, Lobste.rs, Salmon, Citron,
Raisins, Prunes, Essences tor Cooking Fresh Mum
Itard, &c. -S. E. BOWERS.s
H amiburg, A pril 17 tf 16
TS ThEREBY given that application will be ma.
i Ato the Legislature of South Carolina at its "next
Session, to Charter the Road now leading frum
Martin MeCarty's, on the Ridge Road, to Jackaon
Homs, thence to intersect the Road leading,t*
Htmburg, Graniteville and Aiken. Tbe above
mentioned Road was opened by order ofth
missioners some .ihree years sinee, an~dba~I
kept up by themto the presentiite.
Sept tf $$