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FALL AND WiN-ERI
RICHARDSON & McDONNALD,
are now receiving a- LARGE and WELL
SELECTED Stock of Fall and Winter
m .AT-nM noUA
Of the LATEST STYLES-direct fro:n New
York-together with a fine awortnent of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
COTTON AND MElINO UNDER-S1IRTS,
Silk and Linien HIandkerchicfis,
Hats and Caps of all kinds,
HAND AND BUGGY UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c., &c.
All of which will compare favorably with any to b.
found in other markets. An examinati-On is solicited
from their friends and eustomers b-tfore purchasing
1.7 Next door to G. Robinson's Hardware Store.
hamburg S. C.
Oet 20 3:n 40
New Fall Goods.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
H AVE received thi ir full supplies (of Staple and
Fancy DRY GOODS, suitable for the pre
sent season, embracing one of the largest assort
mnents they have ever offered to the public, tutiong
Rich Fancy Dress SILKS, of new and elegant
Superior Plain and Figured Black SILKS. in a
great Variety of t-tyles:
White Gace. tirocade and White and Black Wa
Paris Printed DELA INES. for Ladies' Dresses, of
rich and beautiful styles:
Small Figur-d DELA IYES, (all wool) for Chil
Superior.ourning DELAINES, (all wool) of new
and beautiful styles;
Superior Plain Colared French MERINOS, and
Plain Colored DELA INES. of beautiful shades;
Superior Plain White and Black DELAINES,and
White and 1'ack .IEUNNOS:
French, English and Amierievim PRINTS, of new
and beautiful sty!es;
Superior Fanes and mourning GIN0IIAMS and
Plain Colored FLA NNELS. for Ladies' Saeks:
Supersor Welch, Gauze and Silk Warp FLA N
Uich White. Black and Fancy Co!ored Crape
Bay State and Scotch Long SHA WFLS. of beautiful
Ladies' Plain Black Cassimere, Ti'bet Wool and
Cashmere SIIA I.LS. for Mon rnim:, :
Ladies' Black IOMBAZINES, Black C1IA LLY,
BI'k ALPAC'S, and BI'k Canton CLOTHS;
Superior 12-4 Linen and Cotton SIlE ETINGS:
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 PDnask DbIPERS, and
Dan-ask Tahte CLOTHS and N.I'K INS;
JIUCKABACKS and Scotch DLIPERS, for
Furniture DIMITIES and Cottvn FRINGES.a
large supp'y ;
A full supply of Ladies', Gentlemens, Ytutl's and
Misses' h1OSIER Y;
Ladies' Si!k and Vehiet MANTILLAS, of new
and beautitil styles;
Ladies' Silk and 'elvet CLO.KS, of the latest
Tapestry, Velvet, Urnsze's, Three Ply, hirain and
Venetian CA RPE TS. of rich and e'egant styles:
With almost every art'e!e usually kept in a Dry
GCs04641 Store' required t6r ainFi tol' lantation tte.
and to al: of which they respectfuly invite the atten
tion of the public.
Oct 2o if 40
Ready Gu ards, Attention
YOMr htereby requz'red to be antd appear at
M.A. lirra.Asu's, your reg'uhir prd
grouand, on Saturday', the 6th November next.
airmed and equipped as thle law requires. for Drill
By order of Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
T. S. W altUsIT, 0. S. .1
Oct 20 .. t4
Edgefield Hussars, Attention!
YTO J will *appecar at your Parade Ground, at
ICosaY's, on Saturday', the 23d inst., armed
and equipped as the. hiw directs for Drill and In
struetion. By order of
.uas~s Ceayt, 0. S.
Oct. 20 ' It 410
Dissolution of Co-partnership,
r IhIE Firm of1lIOLLINGSWORTII & NICI 10
LA -this die ay ilved by mutual nen t
All those indebted to thema 'rc requtested to. settle
Oct. 19th, 1.52.
r 3H E Udrsig1nedl feelintt thankful for the ve'rv
.lerlpatrosnite hieretof'ore' be,-towed on himi.
would say to his friends that lie initends carrying
on the bnijiness on his own account, ands therefore
solicits a comtinuance of pst favors.
F. .\. NIChO0LA S.
Olet 20 tf 410
t'Hl E~ Undersi::ned w ill ofrer fur elei at Public
.Iouitcr'y, at h.:r redideie,' on TIIURSD)AY.
the 11Ith Novemnber inext, all her
IIOUSEHOLD ej KITCIIEN FURNITURE,
Stock of Hssg. and Cattl.., the present year's crop
of Cotton. Corn, Foddser. Pecas, and nmaay other ar
ticks not neessary to maention.
Ts'ants made known on davi of s:dhe.
Oct 20 4t40
State of' South Carolina,
EDGEIiEL.D ISTR ICT,
I.V CO..O.V PLE AS.
Taleferro & Torbet,
TlIE Plaintiff in the aboive eawe. having this
T day filed hius declaration inamy Of1ice, and the
j ~~ait ha'ing neithier wife nor Attorney known
-~wtihin the limits of this State on whom a
tersh On a rato with rn'e to plead (-nn be*
li nti: 1:(mrsler *i - Mir. A a rn. A ttoirnesy fosr
plead to sa d. declarat .ljefendesnt apear antd
frmtedate hiereof. or judgf' year banderdy
rgminst hima by default. *wl ernee
TIJOS. G. PJACOA.
C'erk's Office, Ost li, 1852. ly ' "
I heeygiven to thse insdebtes] to the estate of
ElreV. Gssver, deceased. to nmake paymient.
at furthierest, by the 1st day ssf .bmnuary next, anud
those to whomi the saids estate is jndebitedl will meet
mte in the Ordinary's Office at Edgefiehld C. IT.. on
Friday thc 7th day of .January ne'xt, 1853t, at which
t'me a finad settl'ement w-ill bet mnasds on the estate.
E. 11. CIlA318ERLAIN ,Adm'r.
Oct 20 3mi 41)
T HE newly elected Cssmmnissionrsi of the Poor (i
.1Edgelield, arc called upon by the oldl Boardl to
meet theum in the Clerk's O1ice, at Edgefieldl C. H1..
on tho first Mlonday in November, to receive the
Blooks, Papers, Mloneyn &c., whieb~ now fall to their
charge. A punctual attendanoee of both the new
and the old Commissionors is regnested.
Secretary Old Unsardh.
Oct 20 .40
r lHE Suteriber ofle'rs for sale tho Plantation he
.Lnow residus on, conltaiing 3356 acres, situateid
in Edgefiehd District six miiles above llamiburg. The
location is healthy. A further description is con
sidered useless as a pturchasecr is expected tot examtine
for himrself. ED)WARLD PERIN.
Oct 20 81* 40
A L L Persons indebted to the Estate of R. PI::ti
Brunson, dec'd., are respectfully notified to
makie immediate pinment, and those having de
miandit against said estate will present them forthwith.
8SUSEN M. BR UNSON, Adzm'ix.
RODERT LAYIERI, Adni'or.
Oct 2 0 f 410
R~O sale by the Jhurreh at 25 Cents per Gallon'
HOL4INGSIVW lT & NiriJl'tAS.
Junea17 If a
A Purely Vegetable Proparation, and a
Sovereign Remedy for
TSare purely a VEGE TABLE
COMP UND.and are ofIered to the public
Under t fullest conilvietion that they will he found
a safe and so-ereign REMEDY for DYSPEPSIA.
They have been triumphantly tsted not only ty
nunerous finnilies ad Physicians in the South, who
have furnished ample testimony -as to their decided
excellence. but also by the Proprietor, who, for t n
years, smufered all the gloom incident to that stub
born and distressing disease.
The Coleton Witters, are also a Carininkative,
most excellent for Cho!era Morbus, Costiveness, Se-a
Sicknesi'. Nauwea proceeding front whatever cause,
Shortness af Breath. Acidity, Heart Burn, Cramps
and Stielichs in the Breast.
The abovo Medicine is highly recommended to
Literary Gentlenen, Students, Elderly People, and
others of sedentary habits.
For the satisfaction of those who may not other
wise feel disposed to try this va'table Compound,
reference is nmade, by pernmissiou, to the following
highly respectable gentenien.
Rev. T. J. Young. Wm. atcs, M. D., D. T.
Cain. M. D.) Alex. Rubinson, Col. F. .Lauce, Char
T. M. Curtis, M. D., St. John's Tiand.
Ex-Gov. W. B. Senbrook, Edisto Island.
h1. R. Rythewood, ReaufiOrt.
Rev. A. Woud ward, Ilon. Win. Pope, Rev. J. B.
Seabrook, Paul Prithhard, 31. D., Bluffton.
n," Pnicz, 75 ets per Bottle. For sale at Edge
field C. IL., by G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct. 20 tf 40
EX ECUTWE~ DEPA I TalENT, S. C.
Detober 14. 1852.
W THEREAS, the Congress if the United State.s
v di , by al at piassed and approved on th
twen~ltv-third day (if January, in the year of' outord
one ti..nsand eiiht hundred nnd 'tiety-s:x, cnaet.
" that the- Electors of President and Vice-PLresident I
Shmll be alpouitted on the Tuesday n vxt after the first
Monday in November of the year in which they are
to be :apjsnited.
And wherea.4 the exist'ng law of this State pro
vides that the Electors shall be a.pointed by the LeA
Atvl whereas the Lcgislature of ths State will not
he in r-gular ss-sion at the time prescribed by the
a'resiaid at for tile appointmnent of electors:
Ther-ore, be it known. That 1, .0IN IT
.\l E.\N. Governor in and over this SUite. by virtue
of the pvwer vest.d1 in me by the Constitution, au
thorizing the Governiur, on extraordinary occasions.
tcn elivene the General Assembly, do issue this lily
Proclamation, e::lling pon nl requesting the Sena
tots of the General Assembly whose term.1s of office
have not expired, and thoise who have been now re
eently eleted, and the nemubers of the louse of
R4epreseltatives whoi have also been now recently
elected. Io convene in Columbia, on the fir:t Munday
in Nov.iiber next ensunig, that they may be presctit
in the l (ius of Representatives on tile sail Tuesday
next.afier the fir.t said Monday, t.) appoint Eletors
of Preident and Vice-President of the United States,
ini coInfolrmity with the act of Comngr-'ss aforesaid.
Given uder myll htand and the seal of the State afore
satih, at Columibia, the 14th day oIf October,
~ill the year (If our Lo~rd one thousand eight
- L.l.lhundrved and fifty-two, and in the seventy
- eventh year of the iude-pendence of thne
['n:te*d St~ste-sof Amierica.
E.tJAunx P ER R . Secretary of dtate.
. Oct 20 2t 40 -
State of South Carolina,
- - EDG EFIELD DISTRICT,
Ihenry Bush and wtife atnd others,
Jacekson Hlolmnes. Priin
BY Y irtue of an Order from the Court of
)Equrity in this case, I will sell at Edgetield
C. H., oni the ftrst 3Motdayv in December next,
tie real estaite of Gabriel Holmes, decased,
aimnountitng in all to abouit one thousanmd two
hiundred and forty-six (1 246) acres, atnd adjoin
ing lands oaf D~erick 1Hoisonibake, l lanmpton
Cinmbo. Andrew Alyers, WVilliamt Johnson, Mary
Autrev atnd others.
Thie'se lanids lie uzuon the waters of South
They will be sold( in two separate tracts, plats
of wich will bec exhibited on da~y of sale.
TER:3s.--Credit of one, anid two yeairs, ex
cept costsa whlich mutlst lhe paid down in cash.
Bonds annd amnple secuirit y will be rcqtuired.
A. SI3IKINS, c. E. E. D.
state of South Carolina,
B YI. TWRGTEsq. Ordinary or Edge
Whiereats Wmn. S. Mobley and Mlark M. liig
gins have applied to nie for Letters of Admin
mst ratiton, on all arid sinigular the goods and
ebattels. rights and credits of Hugh Neal, late
of thle District aforesaid, deceased.
Theic are, therefore, to cite arid admonish all
and singular, the kindred an~d creditors of the
said decased, to be aind appear before me, at
our next Ordinarv's Court for the said District,
to1 be hiolden at Edgefield C. House, on the 28dh
iay (If Octobier inist., to show cautwe, if any,
why the said aduministration should not be
Given under my ha~nd and seal, this 13th day
of October, iin the year oft our Lord oine thou.
anid eight hundre'd and fifty-two, arid in the
seventy-seventh ycar oIf American Indepen
dence. "IU. T. WVRIGH T, o. E. D.
Oct0 2o t 40
Guano and Farmers Plaster !
11PERUVFIAN OUANO anin PLASTER'
of genluinme andl warraited qutality, atI who maiy
wishi to ob~taini either of them through us will please
senid their orders early, so that we may order the
j.ltity wanited by the 1st January or in time for
.A (N will be keipt always on hand, and any
imformiation d-. by -pyn to
, RiiETT & ROBSON,
Charestn. Ot 1 '-o 112, A tlantic Wharf,
ChrkstnOc 1 4 .19
20 Bhils Choice COUN TRY FLOLi5s,
11 ilbIs Btaltimore F'amiily"
1 Trit'ree prime RICE.
10 Boxes GOSH EN CII RESIR.
lNl aiid Eits Fresh MA CKEREL,
0 Boxes Surperior Pale( SOAP,
6 Boxes PE A RL ST ARCH,
12 Boxes A dmiantine aind P'atent Pearl Candles,
21 Catis Fresh SA LMON,
V'arioIus Sauces for Fish, Beef Stake, Fowls, &c.
1 Box MAC ARONI,
Supierior Green and Black TEA S,
410 Small Saeks D~airy SA LT, greathy ruperior to
Box Salt in as entich as it not liable to rust, just
received anid for sale cheap by
U. L. PENN, AGEN'T.
Oct13 tf 39
Cornu, Fodder, -Cattle & hogs,
T H'E IE Subhscriber will sell to the highest bidder,
at is residenice, twelve miles above Edgefield
IC. IT., 'in the Bilocker Road, on Wednesday the 27th
inmt.mt, 'nn a credit of twelve months,
800 or 1000 Bushels of Corn,
Thirty h~ead of HOGS, Twelve head of CATFTLE,
andr a large quantity of FOD)DER and SHUCKS.
Also, a lot of HI lusehuold and Kitehen Furniture.
Oct 6 3t 38
T UST r m'--I f in P.'tilat e'p' a supply
el Rutabutga, Globe and Large Norfolk TURNIP
SE ED. foar sal. bay G. L. PEN N, .\usx-r.
Jul. .. ti f
FRAZIER, having now teeeived his
i FALL STOCK of GOODS, is prepared to
exhibit one of the
in the District, which is comprised in part of the
Dress Goods, Silks, Spun Silks, Morenos,
Cashmeres, Bombazines, Alpacca
Mouslin DeLains. (inghams. Calico.
A Fine variety of Trimings for Ladies' Dresses,
Bonnets, &c., &c.
Woolens and Blankets,
Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Lindseys, Kerseys. Os
naburgs, Tick Stripes, Brown and Bleached Home
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Crockery, &c.,
with a large and choice assortment of
to which he invites the attention of purchasers.
lie takes this opportunity of returning his heart
felt thanks for past patronage and earnestly solicits
a continuation of the same.
Oct. 13 tf 39
JOHN P. SETZE, Anusta. Ga., has just
ree.-ived a FULL and COMPLETE assortment
Of Fancy and Staple Goods,
-CONFIPTiNG IN PART OF
China Chameleon SILKS;
Broche figured Satin de Chine SII.KS;
Changeable Chine do.
Brocade Chameleon do.
(;ros d'Afrique do.
Figured Poult de Sede do.
Chamelenn Poult do Sole do.
Changeable Glace do.
Black Poult de Sole do.
do. Brocade do.
do. Dotted and Figured do.
do. 28, 30, 32 and 31 inch Gros d'Rhyne SILKS;
do. Levantin do.
do. Ieavy Sinchow do.
do. Silk VELVET:
Heavy Black Satin VESTING;
Black and mode colors ALPACAS, alt prices;
Io. Canton CLOTH;
Embroidered Grape SHAWLS, some'very rich;
Black l.ace VEILS:
Silk Warp FLANNEL:
Pongree. Flag and Bandanna IANDKERCIIIEFS;
Bihk Fillet and Silk G.OVE.;
Black and AV hite Silk 1OSE:
Low pricet and sup. 3USLIN DE LATNE;
do. do. do. Fancy CASI3IEIES;
Rich Embroidered do.
Persian and Manchester PE LAINES;
Rich Gala and other PLAIDS, suitable for 3Misses'
and Boy's wear;
Real French 31EINNOS;
Welsh. Gauze, Saxony and Domestic FLANNELS;
Real Welsh do.
Low priced and sup. Plain and Twilled fill.
do. do. Plain and Twilled Green and Blue FLAN.
Gent's and Boy's Fancy PLAIDS. fior Pants ;
Fane chlorel and Plaid CASSI3IERIF.S. ne.w style;
Kentneky JEANS; SATINE'S lnd TWEEDS;
Sup. French Black CASSIMEIIES;
Forest CLOl and BEAVERTEENS;
Rich Table and Piano COVERS;
Infant's and Bov's Worsted ROSE and BOO'EES;
Merino Knitted Shf IRTS;
Embroidered and Plai,. Black Thibet SHAWLS,
with heavy Silk Fringe :
9-4 and 10-4 Negro BI.A NK ErS:
Green. Blue and Scarlet Ileavy BLANKETS;
10-4. 12-1 and 1.1-4 low priced and sup. Bed BLAN.
J:,cunet and Swiss TRIMMINGS;
New style French, Manchester and other GING
New Style French, FEnglish and Domestic PRINTS;
do. do. do. do. do. Furniture PRiNTS,
sonmc suitable for Laid Work;
Plain and Figured Turkey Ried PRINTS and BOR
1-4. and f,-4 Cotton. Cambric, Jaconet, Nansook, MIull
and [kook 3IUSLINS;
Plain and Figtured Swiss MIUSLIN;
4-4 Plain and Figitred liohinet LACE;
Low priced and very fine cross barred MU'SLINS;
Bibbed and Etiibroidered Furniture DIIT'1Y;
Fine and sup. Garment do.
Thread and Biohinet EDGINGS;
3-4,7-8 & 4-1 BE-1/PlVCKN( ad A pri CH EC'IE'
Bleached and urnbleached JEANS and Canton FLAN
3-4, 4-4, 5-4. 6-4 and 12.4 bleached and unbleaehed
SIIlIRTJNGS and ilEETl'NGS;
Real Ncew York Mill SIRTING;
Fustian and Sull'mlk CLOTrlI:
Colored and Black ('((lon VELVET ;
Mien's amnd Boy's White and Colored Cotton and Mle
rino II.LF IIOSE:
Ladlies' and Misses' White, Slate, Mikedl and Black
Heavy Worsted and Cotton HOSE, for servants;
10-4. 12.4 and 1-1.4 sup. MIarseilles Q UILTS;
Gent's and Boy's Gum EIlastic SU'PENIDERtS;
Silk and (Cotton U3IIBRELLAS:
Mlraiss and lomnal HIANDKERLCII1EFS;
4-4 French and Irish nndresscd LINENS;
5-4 Pillow-Case do.
d.-l, 9-4, 10-1, Snow-drop, and other handsome Da
mask D)IA PERS:
lamnask NAP'KINS and D)OYL.IES;
hlarnslev andl llamask uinhlencrhed Tabule DIA PEli;
Untbleached Linen and Untion Table CLOTilS;
11.4 aind 12.-1 J.inen SH EEINGS;
8.4 Russia SIIEETING ;
Btirdaeye DIAIP'it and Long LAWN:
Blleaiched and unbleach~ed DOW I.AS:
Burlap, Crash, Brown and White HOLL ANDS;
-1-4 Slate and Orah. LINENS:
Iluckaback and Plain TOWE.LING:
Birdr.c and Colored JBorderced T1OWELS.
Oct. 13 3t 20
(i.RPETINGS, of Amecrican and European
Jfabries,j just received by the Subscriber:
(otton Warp CARP'ETINGS;
Cotton and W~ooI do.
Fine All-Wood do.
Superfine AII-Wool do.
Extra fine Ingrain do.
Fine Thiree-P'ly do.
Superfinae " do.
Imperial " do.
Fine Brussels do.
Extra fine Brussels do.
Rich Trapestry do.
Extra rich do.
5-8, 6-8, 7.8, 4-4 Venetian CARPETING for stairs;
6-4 phuin and figured BAIZES;
12.4 printed BAIZE, for Crumb Carpets;
T'ogether with a large assortment of lHearth RUGS
andl Binding to match. J. P. SETZE.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 13 . 3t39
A Female Teacher Wanted,
T O take charge of Pleasant Grove Aecad-my.
Said Acaide.tmy is situated in the North-.East
portion of Edgefieldl D~itrict. and also, ini at healthy
a eonitnty as the Districts atl'ords. Appliennts
should be fully comnpetent to teach any Branches
that is required in such Schtools. Also to comte
To such an one a good salary will be given. Ada
dress either omf the Trustees, at Leesville, Lexinig
ton District, S. C.
N. A. NORRIS
HI. E. BOD)IE,
A. M1. M ITCII ELL, !!
AMOS SILEALY. J
Oct 6 tf 38
Land for Salei
1 A M determined to sell my Plantation, lying in
~'Fork of Seneen and Trugalo Rivers, in An
derson Lheiet. 12 miles west of Pendleton, on the
naan road leadima 'ronm Pendleton to Carnesville,
and directly in the luL of the contemiplated Rabun
Gap Rail Road. There ain Nine Ilunidred Acres
in the Trract, one hundred of w.-- is good creek
Bottoim, and about two hundred cleaaud. Upon the
place is a comfortable dwvelling hous, and necessary
out-butildings, and the situation i* a beautiful and
pleasant one, with excellenit water.
The land piroducees Comtton finely, and the crop on
theo bottomi was not injured by the great freshet just
There is a GOLD MINE on the place. which will
pay a pennyweuighat to the hantd. The presentt crop
will be sulud with the place, it desired. Terms made
to suit purchuaers. .
IRA G. GAMBRELLA.
OctO 6,m 38
A LL those indebted to the estate of C. W.
.t.Cochran, dee'd., are requested to make promipt
payment to the Administrator, and those having
demands will render them itn properly attested.
L. B. COCHRAN, Adm'r.
JTuly 7 tf 25
A S the time for sowing Wheat is necar at haind
wewe would say to the Farmers that wve have
large quantity of the above article in Store.
110LLINGsWORTrH & NICIOL.\S.
J CER tara, October 4, 1852.
WEREAS Stat BEsa well as individuals, are
bound to ietide iraics to Ahiighty God for
Ilia mercies to humble themselves before him on
account of their sins, and to tremble at His judg
ments: Be it, therefore, known. that 1, Joinx H.
MICANS, Governor an&dCommander-in-Cliief of the
Commonwealth of soutiCarolina, do issue this my
Proclamation, mittina'pait FRIDAY, the 29th
inst., as a day to be devoted to religious services, and
do earnestly request fhit all secular business be sus
pended on that day, andthat all our people assemble
in their respective lacesof worship for the purpose
of acnoldgng s!inercies, deploring our sins,
confessing the justice . his chastisements, and bo
seeching favor for the re to come.
In testimony of whie I have signed my namo,
and caused the seal -the State to be affixed.
J. H. MEANS, [L. s.]
By the Governor :
BINJAMS Psaa, Sesretary of State.
Oct. 13 3t 39
STrATE OF' SLUTH CAROLINA.
- IN yHANCERY.
John H. Burriss and IF wife Sarah,
Susan E. Mundy and others.
BY Virtue of an Oder from the Court of
D Eqity in thi ea, I will sell at Edgefield
Court House, on the firAt.Monday in November
next, the following rta of Land and Lots
belonging to the estat 'of Leroy H. Mundy,
dee'd., viz :
1. The Homestend~Tract, lying on Cuffiee
town Creek, containing one thousand and forty.
six (1046) acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Edmund B. Belcher, George C. Mayson,
Andrew Reynolds and-others.
2. The Swamp Trietlying also on Cuffee
town Creek, contaiiing thiree hundred and sev.
entv-meven (377) acres, more or less, and adjoin
ing lands of A. T. Tryror, John F. Burriss, J.
B. harrison and other
3. Another Tract of. Land containing five
hundred and sixty-eIght. (568) acies, more or
ess, adjoining lands of A. .T. Traylor, the said
Swamp Tract, and other lands of the said L. H.
4. The Quattlebus Tract, lying on Little
Creek, containing one*hundred and eightyv-six
(186) acres, more or ass.and adjoining lands of
Peter Quattlebum, - Rush and others, and
also adjoining the saiA4Quattlebum Tract.
5. A Lot of land a& Liberty Hill, containig
three acres, more or es, hitving a honse and
a ppurtenances thereon,iand adjoining lands of
Peter Quattlebum, Warren F.- Winn and othera.q
6. Another Lot of Land at the place last
mentioned, having -likewisea Dwelling House
and appurtenances thereor, containing six acres,
more or less, ad; :ning the lot of Wnshington
Freeman, and hl.ids of Pter Quattlebuml and
The above Traets'aidLots of land will be
sold on a credit of-one-and-two years from the
day of sale, except as-, oto nuch of the pur
ebase money as wilL 4fay the costs of this
suit, whicb must be paid in cash. P'urchase
money to be secured~itobnds ith adequate
N. B.-Posse.sion noto be given until the
1st of January l853,'astcM.he Homestead Tract
and the others now in enltivation-.
A. $1,31KINS, c. E.E. D.
Oct 1 Ith,'1852. ;~i'.4te 39
.STATE OF 80UW AROLINA.
Mary Brnason *..,''
vs. - Billfor Par'n
Robert J1. Brunson and oth ers.
P> virtue ofnai Ordeof the Court of Equi
Lty in this- enmie, I alr proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court H-ouse,- ri'the Glrat Monday in
November next, the -htndwlielonging to the es
tate of Mzalii Brunsoni, dee'd.
These lands all adjoin .ind lie immediaitely'
upon the waters of Beaver amn ,Creek, (whlich
stream runls directly thirough'the entire posses
sion,) about 10 miles fronm Edgefield C. H., and
:adjoining lasnds of WVm. H:'Moss, Caleb Talley,
Tandy Burkhlalter and othelis, and containing by
a recent survey sevenlteen hundred (1700) ineres,
tnore or less. They will b6 sold in three sepa
rate tracts, distinguished as follows:
The Ihomestead contaiiiing eight hundred
(800) acres, more or less. This pinace is well
improved and has upon it a-comfortable Dwel-'
ling, Gin llouse and Screwv,'(bothi newly erect- i
ed) and all the ne:essary out Houses, several
Springs of water, and a large.proportion of bot
The WVilliams Tract~, containing about four
hand.ed (400) aeres, a considerable portion of
which is woodland; the balance cleared and un
der fence. Thcre are upon thia Traet a Dwel
ling anid other necessary out imonses, and several
Springs of excellent water.
The Brunson or Brondwater Tract, contain
ing four hundred and sixty (460) acres, a large
piortioni of wvhich is in wods This place is
without improvements, but is well watered and
susceptible or high cultivation.
The above lands have recently been resurvey
ed by Col WVm. H. Moss, D. S., and accurate
platts of each Tract will be exhibited on the day
Tzaaus.-The above Lands will be sold on a
credit of one, twvo and three years, (except rori
the costs, wvhich are to be paid in cash.) Pur
chasers will be required to .give their Bonds
with approved sureties to ,secure the purchase
money. A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Oct 6 4t 38
INCIDENTS OF A JOURNEY
FROM ABBEVILL~E, SQUTH CAROLINA,
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER OF MAa.T. THINGS."
1H ~E above is the Title of a lively and initeresting
little work, just publish'ed anid for sale at this
Office, and the Stores of SuL1vaN &5 BaorinER, G.
L~. Pisxx and WuJ.uts & Caisric.
O7 Prico only 25 Cents.
.June 24 .tt 23
'ROM the Factory a larg& variety of CH-AIRS,
.Li' which we will still low .for..Cash.
* BUSIINELL & WITT.
July 28 ~ f28
Mill Irons aundGudgeons.
A WELL assorted STOC(, for sale LOW.
100 Tons of Iron, assorted, Oral, Hoop, Band,
Plow Moulds, &e. - CEO. ROBINSON.
hamburg, Oct 13 ~ v2mi 30
T H1E Subscriber having s'old his land and pur
Ichased again in the Cherokee portion of Geor
gia, takes this method to informi his friends, patrons
anid all indebted -to him either on note or open ac
count, that lhe is not only solicitous but very desi
rous that they may, ons and ill, cone forward anid
make settlemient immediatelf,-by Cash if possible,
but if not by Cash by Note, tiat he may thereby be
enabled to close up his business bcfore he leaves for
his new home, which lhe willido so soon as he can
possibly make the necesaryarrangemecnts.
Oct 13 . C t* 39
Tobacco, Segarp and SnuE
ASUPPLY of the above~artilels of CHOICE
ABRANDS, just resired ad for sale by
- .~tL PENAGENT.
Oct 13 'tf . 39
A LL Notes due the SUtsiiritw,.individually or
as Executor, arc placed in-th-e-Bank of 11am
burg1 for colleotion. Those; indebted 'will please
make immediate payment.
Dr. John Ml. Gaiphin, will aot as my .Attorney,
during miy absence fromi the State. AR.
Dcc 2 3 , f 7
BY STEAMERS AND SOUT
Is in receipt of an Extensive, I
FALL AND Wil
6T The Community and Pt
requested to call and examine 1
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 13,
New Goods, New Goods,
T IIE Subscriber is now receiving a large and full
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
Among which may be found
Latest Style,. Colored SILKS
Superior llaek and figured SILKS,
CASIIME RES of beautiful patterno,
English, French and American MERINOS, all
Persian and American DE LAINES,
Cobirgs, some high Cottons for Children's wear.
Black and Colored ALLAPACAS-allqualities.
Catonm Cloths and Dombazines,
American, Frenchand Scotch GINCH AMS,
"6 " "t 1English PRINTS, chrap.
Brown and Bleached Table DAMASK, warrant
d all Linen.
Brown and Bleach Table Cloths in Patterns,
" Towels and Towelling, some very
Brown and Bleached Napkins.
Bird Eye, Scotch and American Diapers.
Real Irish Linens. unbleached.
Figured Furniture Dimity, a beautiful article.
Colored " " for Spreads and Cur
Furniture Fringe, a great variety.
Flannels, all qualities and colors.
Bleached and Brown Sheetings, all widths and
40 inch Pillow Case-Cotton.
. " "t " Linens.
9 1, 101. 111 and. 121 Whitney Blankets.
Ribbon bound Blankets, a splendid article.
Wh:te and Grey Negro Blankets, some extra
Imperial Ingrain and three ply Carpeting.
Ca-simuers, Sattinets, Tweeds, Woolinets and all
he late styles of Woolens for Gent's and Youth's
Ladies' and Gents' Merino under vests.
" " " Silk " "
Ilosery and Gloves, a full assortment.
Chemnisettes, French Marked Collars and under
Silk Head Dresses,-Bufflo and Shell Comb.
)Nair and Tooth Brushes, Cologns, Extracts, fancy
Ca et Bagp, Port Monk-a,-P'urss&c. .
' sI'iiiortniitof Tdietsse You'tls ani
~hildren's Shoes. -.
G;eorgia Plains and Stripes, at~ Factory prices.
Neither timie or expense has been spared to make
his Stock as rull and complete as any in Augusta.
Vith long experience in this busine~'s, ~and facilities
r buying not surpass.ed by any, and with a deter
iination to be undersold by none, I respectfully in
ite all throse trading to this market to call and look,
efore going to another State.
11. B. JACKSON.
Hamburg, Sept. 24th, 1.852.
Sept.29 2n, 39.
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,
to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at
'dgefield Court House, on the first Monday
n November next, the following property, in the
llowing ease, viz:
Matt Ardis vs John Marsh and wife, a Tract
f land containing one thous.,nd (1000) acres,
iore or less, adjoining lands of D. J. Walker,
. J. Rambo and oihe-rs.
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
Oel 9 185 2 4t e 39
Sh rfi Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IY Virtue of an Order from H. T. Wright.
)Esq., Ordinary of Edgefield District, J
ill proceed to sell on the firt Monday in No.
~eer next, at Edgefield C. House, a .tract of
and belonging to the estate of Jacob Summer
.11, dec'd., on Steven's Creek, adjoining lands of
. B. Kilerease and James Tomp.kins, contain
g t wo hiundred acres, more or less.
Terms-A Credit of twelve months, except
osts which must be paid in cash. The pureha
er to give Bond and approved security, and a
Iortgage of the premises to the Ordinary to
eure the purchase money.
LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
Oct 11 4to 39
Irn REGIMENT, S. C. M.
No. 3, Sept. 23, 165-1.
A COURT MARTIA L will convene at the Old
d.Wells, on Friday the 22d1 O.etober next, for the
trial of all Defanitors for the present year. The
ort will consists of the following Officers.
Lieut. Col. SuiAw, President.
Capts. CUNNINGnIAM, AD~lsoN, ROUNTREE, LAN
aux, MORAGNE, PosEY, BiowN, Lients. LtNosEY,
GREGoaf, SuAw, Wre s., lPint, BL.AND, Members.
John C. McDoxAL., Jutdge Advoeate.
Bly order of~ Col. HA RRISON.
ErLnEr BL.AND, Act. Adj'nt.
SSept 27 4t 3
Exc ti' Sale.
BYVirtue of an order fronm H. T. Wright, Or
dinary of Edgefield District, I shall proceed
o sell on Friday, the 10th December next,
SEVERAL LIKELY NEGROES,
blonging to the estate of Starling Quarles, dec'd.
Also, Stock of H~orses, Cattle, &e.
At the same time and place, the Tract of Land
lying immediately on the Stage Road leading from
lambirg to Edgefield C. 11., containing two hun
red and fity two acres, more or less, and adjoining
lands of Mrs. Eliza Lanham and others.
TERMs-Twelve aonthu credit, with note and two
MARY A QUJARLES, Ex'ix.
Oct 6 l0t' 38
A LL Persons having demands against the estate
of J as C lark, dee'd., are requested to present
them properly attested, and those. indebted previous
to his death, by note or account, will make Immedi
ate payment, as further indulgence will not be given.
Mt. GRAHAM, Adm'r.
Oct 6ts 38
I S Hereby given, that application will be made to
the Legislature of Suth Carolina at its next
Session, for a Charter for the Odd Fellows and Ma
onie Building Association.
August 2 3m 2
I MMEDIATELY, a good CARRIAGE SMITH
and a good WVHEEL RIGHT, to whom con
tant work and excellent wages will be given.
AuA. t 30INEL
H CAROLINA RAIL ROAD
[andsome and Splendid Stock of
iblic Generally are respectfully
hem at No. 1, PARK Row.
i* 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 be
comes our duty to select his successor with
care; and we respectfully suggest that the ex
perience and ability of Col. Picxuxs should
lie again called into requisition upon the very
floor where lie 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.
"' Ti. 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.
COFFIN & PRINGLE,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
No. 13 Adger's North Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAS. RI. PalNGL.E.
Septl - 3m 33
A EOERB3ER, Pr.'essor of MUSIC .in
* the Young Ladies Boarding and Day School,
respectfully informs tho citizens of Edgefield-ind its
vicinity, that lie will give private inastructionsupon
the P1 A NO, either at the residenee of those per
sonts desirous of taking Lessons, or at the Academy.
At Private house, per quarter,.........23 00
At the Academny, " " - -......18 00)
All thosae desiring to take Lessons are requested
to apply before the 22d of this mnth.
Sept 8 tf 34
Georgia Scriven County
LAND FOR SALE !
1HE Subscriber wishing to make a change in
his business, offers for sale about
Twenty-Five Hundred Acres
Of Oak, 1Hiek.ory and Pine Land], as productive as
any in this part of the State. It' desired it could be
converted into two settlements, as Horse Creek
runas through it-one on each side of the Creek.
P'ersons wishing to purchase arc invited to come
aid view the present crop.
E. II. SCARBOROUGH.
Scarboro, Ga., Sept. 22 6t* 3t
B Y Virtue of a writAs of Fieri Facias, to,
me directed, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday and
Tuesday in Nov. next, the following property,
in the following ease, viz:
A. Lindsey anid Stewart Harrison vs Win. H.
Harrison, a tract of Land containing two hun
dred and fifty (250) acres, more or less, bounded
by landsof Benj. Bettis, Mrs. F. A. Harrison, B.
Tillman and others.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
Sept 27 5t 37
Hamburg & Edgefteld Plank R'd,
r 31lIS ROAD is now open for travel from Ham
.1burg to the OLD W ELLS, on the Pine House
Road, and by the Martin Town Branch from Hamn
burg to near the new Bridge over Stevens Creek.
Persons travelling or sending their Wagons or
Vehicles to Hlamburg by the M~artin Town Road,
can avail themselves of the Blranch Plank Road to
H amburg, by turning to the left, half a nmie above
H-ardy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on the Martin Town Road.
rTe Road will be completed front Hamburg to
the Pine House about the 1st of November.
Rates of Toll,
Four, five and six horse Wagons, .5 ete per mile
Three " " 4 " "4 "
Two " 3 4 4
Two " Carriages 3 " ""
One " " 0 " "4 "
Horseback travellers, " I " " "
Vehicles -on nmeeting, are each entitled to half the
PL ANK TR ACK, and the Drivers arc required to
turn to the " RIGHT:!"
IR. A. KENRICIC, President.
Hamburg, Sept 8 tf 34
FROM the Subscriber's house a SILVER LEVER
WATCH, rather smialler than the conunon size,
No 11,207-J. Johnson, Liverpool, Maker. When
taken, the winding chain was broken. It was missed
on the 3rd inst. It had a spring in the handle toopen
the casue. The glass had a scratch near the centre
resembling a crack.
Silversmiths will please take notice of this, as the
Watch must pass through their hands before it will
I will satif any one who will put me in the way
of getting it. Address me at Lonmre's Store,
Edgefield District, S. C.E~LGO~E
Sept 29 tf 37
A LL persons having demands agsinst the estate
of L. T. Abney, dee'd., will-please present
them properly attested, nnd those indebted will
please pay up. Punctuality is requested, as the
Estate must be closed as early as practicable.
WILSON A BNEY, Adm'r.
Sep t177tf 36
H IDES will be received at the Tan Yard from
this dat.R. T. M~IiMS.
Oct 6, 1852. tf 38
T HE Subscriber has a large quantity of LUbM
BER of different sorts, for sale at his residence,
1N. L. GRIFFIN.
J ,uly 19 tf 7
K00PNAN 4 SONEERS
RESPECFULLY inform their friends and the
citizens of Edgefield and vicinity in gene -
that they are now receiving and opening
and complete assortment of FANCYand fPW
FALL DRY GOODS,
-CONSISTING OF- -
French, English and American Prints, from ?.to
Ginghams and MAuslins de Laines from 121 et Dy,
Cashmeres, plain and figured
Alpacca, Merinos, Paranmattas, Silk Poprims,
Black and Colored Silks, Swiss and Chee'd MiUlhin
Cambrics, Linen Worsted and Cotton Table Cloths,
Towels, Diaper, Irish Linens,
6-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Slieeting, Bleaehed and Browh
Shirting from S ets upward,
Linen Cambric Iandkerehiefs, Collars psd Cafe,
Cambric Muslin, Linen and Lace Edgings mad In
Plain and Figured Bonnet Ribbort,
Great variety of Gloves and Stockings,
Ladies and Misses Bonnett,
" Silk Nfantillas and Cloks
Shawls, Flannels, Lindseys, Kerseys, Xente&Y
Jeans, Tweeds, Satinets, Cashmeres and 'foad
Cloths, Loeskins, Blankets, Osabnrgs, Stripd
Homespun, &c., &c., &e.
A Splendid and Fasluionablo assortment of
READY-IADE CLOT. I1NG,
Comprising every article in that line, and of the
latest fashions and styles, which were selected'with
the greatest eare in the principle Northern -Ces,
and at the lowest prices.
, A full assortment of Ladies, Genits, Children and
Negroes Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps, Trunks.
Carpet Bags, Valises, Guns, Pistols and luvn at
a great many other article tou numerous to meudon.
All of the aboc Goods will be sold at a YMBY
SMALL PROFIT, and Ladies and Gentlemen are
invited to give us a call and examine our Stock, be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as Oreat Inds'eenrets
will be off'ered and BARGAINS may be expected.
Our motto shall be-" SMALL Paerrs AS Qurca
SALEs." Call at KOOPMAN& SOMMERS.
Oet 6 - t2. 3at
T hE ItnJersigned having taken the Brick Store,
Topposite the American Hotel and next door to
Wright, Nichol!s & Co., would respectfully call the
attention of his friends and the public generallygto
his NEW and well selected Stock of
Boots, Shoes and Trtnkidr -
Men's Thick Water Proof and Fine Dress Boot%
Gents Fine Congress Gaitors, of the latest style
No I Plantation Shoes, Boys and Youth's Boosiand
Misses' and Children's Strong anel Fancy Shoes,
Ladies Fine Silk Thick Sole Gaiters and Slipers
Jenny Lind Walking Shoes,
Servant's Shoes of the best style and quality.
A large and splendid assortment of
- HATS AND CAPU.
All of which he pledges himself to sell tI'
LOW for cash, or on tinie to penctual dealeft.
All these wishing any Goods in the above. line
will find it to their interest to call and examine hi.
Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Pleaseenh an&'
choose for yourselves, as goods will freely be shown
to any one who may favor him with a call,
Hamburg. c tm . 38
Pair Home made Plaitatoie
HARNESS, SOLE AND UPPER L~&ThEN.
OF ALL Da5enlPTIoxU.
Tanners, Neats Foot andi-amp U
SHOEMAKE RS' ?1A1bUJ. -
At the ShoeStore.nextloortoSailvar2trother,
July 21. : tf
-7 still make these best of COTON GINS,
VTat our old stand. -We warrattbear o gires
satisfaction, which they never fail te' do. -
All orders thankfully received and promptly at'
Persons who Ilnd it more convcaient wifi please
inquire of Mr. Ion Hua1., Fdgeneld C. H., who
will keep on hand one or more of Itese Gins for
sale. Address CII APM&N & SONS,
Colemaa's X Roadsr EdgeIeld,.S. C.
Sept 15 tf 3
J UST Receiving a fresh snpply of Pietres. Pr..
serves, Sardeins, Lobsters, Salmon, Citron,
liaisins. Prunes, Essenees for Cookifag Fheesh Stns.
tard, &e.S. E,. EOWERS.
Hamburg, A pril 17 ff 16
Teas ? Teas ?
J UST received a choice lot of TZAU, from the
Philadelphia Tea Comnpany of asaperkor quality,
warranted or no sale. Ilyson, Ganpoitdety Imperial
and Black of every deseription, put up ina small
packages, for fanmily use. For sale by
S. E. BOWERS.
IHamburg, April 21 ff 14
A FINE Stock of Fare Sperm CAIbLES
l.A damantine. Star, linIR & Son's'- saperior
article of Starch, blue and whuite,-'--Seap of every
description, Turpentine, Canteel. Family, & Toilette,
Also, Wooden Ware, Charns1 Buckets,. Tabs,
Brooms, &c., of all descriptions.
8. E. IIOWERS.
ITamnburg.A pril 21 ff 14
IS hreb gienthat appliention iriff he made to
th'L~ilature of South Carolina at its next
Session, to re-charter Hlaiet's Ferry, oh Little Sa
lnda River, in Edgefield Districl.
Sept 1 tf 36
AFAIR price will be given for JtA(J, (a
Cotton) by S. E. 1B0WERIS.
Ilambnrg. A pril 21 tf 14
JTUST received a beautiful stipply of the Psi
eC mist and Psahniody of affiertent sites and styles
of Binding, and for sale by 0. L. 1ENN AOL#r,
Oct 133if 39.
rink Saucers for' Dreing
(ILK STOCKINGS, Gloves, Feathers, Flowers,
KGanges, Cambries, Cottons, &e. A supply
just received and for sale rery eheap by
G. L PECNN, Aozx'r.
Oct 13 if 39
Extracts for Flavorjng..
RESTON & blERRELL'S Extraet of Lemon,
just received and for sale by
Oct 13 tf G. L, PEIN, Aozrr.
IS hereby given that application will be made at
Ithe next Session of the Legislature, to ineop
rate Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, in Edgeil
July 28 if 28
TS RhFBT GIVEN, that application will be
..made to the Legislature of South Carolia,. at
its next Session, for a dirisioni of Edgefleld. fltrict,
so as to give a Judicial District to the Saluda side.
Ang 4 tf 2
A LL persons inde1,ted to the estate of Henry F.
.1.tretan,- dec'd., will come forward i'mo.
diately and mike payment and those having de.
mwands will- render thtem n ppryatested.
J. H1. JENNINGS, Ex'or.
Jan 3 ly si.
rF lE Subscriber lias now on baud a laqge Stoeec
3.of Birmingham and Siteffield IIDWAR,
which he offers very low for Cash, or on.. timel.to
Also, a quantity of heay-So,dainsgi8tie
late Freshet, which he will sell at very vedieed
prices. GEO. IROBINSON. -
Hamg Oct 13 jan 39