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SM. 0. PRICE & CO., TAUOnS-FOR
TILE SPitNG TRADE-Are con-tantly
manufactur~ng and AT ALL TIS vWel we upplied with
tle newest styles of
Olothing of all descriptions,
COATS, PANTALOONS, VESTS, SIIITS,
Undershirts ad Drawers,
CRAVATS, SCARFS, GLOVES, BELTS AND BRACES,
HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS,
Trunks, Travelling Bags, &c., &c.
TOt LET FUIRNISHING-Faney Soaps, Ex
tracts. Cloth and llair Bruslier, Combs, Rogers'
Kn;ves, Slars, Purses Aid Port Monies, Canes,
Umbrel'as, Rats, Caps, and every article of Gen
tlenens' dress and personal furniture.
rO TIlE TRADE-We are well supplied with
CLOTIS, CASSIMEZEs. VESTINGS AND
TtIZl1MINGS. Cloths boy the piece, pattern or
yard, which we will sell as low as can be bought in
New York City.
WM. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRAIIAM.
. No. 258 Broad-street, Augusta Ga.
March 30 if 10
New Spring Goods.
L D. LALLERSTEDT has received at
L i's old Stawt, Corner Globe IHotel. Broad
Street, Augusta, Ga., a new and complete Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
The Styles and prices of which lie warrants to please,
n1nd to which he invites the attentiotn of his friends
Augusta, Mar 311 4t 10
MILLER & WARREN,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Corner opposite the Mansion House,
H AVE (receiveid the larg.st Stock of Spring
and Summer Dry Goods, 'which
tlhe have ever otflered, embracing every variety and
Style (lf .Dress Goods.
.adies' White and Black Lace Mantillas,
hlick and Colored Silk M3antillas,
itich Stock of Embroideries,
Evening Dresses. Lace Curtains,
Damask iTable Cloths, liieliardson's Linens,
12-4 Linen Shirtings,
Pillow Case Linens and Towel:ngs,
Faney Plaid Linens, Tweeds and Cashmmeretts for
Planters heavy Linen, Cottonades, Fancy Linen
Drills, Black French Cassiniers and Vestings for
We have also a fine lot of Osnahurgs and Sir:pe-.
-larlboro and Iinglish Plaids for Servants woar, all
of which we will sell eap.
CO- We respectfully solicit orders from our
friends at a distance, and will warrant every atrtiele
A ugusta, Mar 30 3 10
New Spring ani Summer
WM H. CRANEX
S iow rceivin a VE RY LARGE STOCK
of all kinds of Dry Goods suitable fior the
approcbing Seasons, to whieli lie respectfully calls
the atteition of the public, as lie is det, rmined to
sell them at exceedingly t.ow rsaci:s. his Stock of
is particularly large and varied. The Ladies wiMl
do well to call amd see them.
First Dry Goods Store belowo thec U. S. Hotel.
Augusta. Ga., Mlarch 23, 2t 10
T lIE SUBSCRTBERS have just received from
New York, a large Stock of
which was selected with the greatest care by one of
thme Firm, and bought for CAShIl, to which they
would call the attention of purdhasers, and par
tieularly eash costomers-to chcl we say call and.
We Intve just received .'nr usual supplies of
w~hichI~ we'respetfully ofhier .t our usutal tmoderite
termis.CCOLAN & LEGG.
-Alarchm 22 tf .10
HIA.IMBU RG, S. C.
T His pop)ular Esta~lismnmt havin~g been thor.
ourlyl replaired and refittedl with entire NEW
FUERN IT URlE. the Subscriber takes piensure in
informiing the public. that lie is inw prleared tonec
dommod'.ate both MA.N and llOlt$E. in a style, as
lie holpes, to give coimplete satisfaetion.
JollN L. DOflEY.
U~nmh~urg, Mfarebm 23, tf 10
3-- The AI bheville Thinner :and A nderson Ga
z.ette will each copy the above four times and for
ward necounts to J1. L. D)
e~ P~r 3,000
ParHome madec Plantation
u1ARNE3S, SOLE AND UPPER LEATIIER.
RNE~ ECT AND @HE
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp OIL.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Broth er.
R. T. MI318.
July 21 tf 27
Look what a Bargain !
INTEND)ING to leave the State next fall, I wil
Is.-11 myi PINEY WOODS P'LANTATION
on Shaw's Creek. conitaining
Twenty-Seven Hundred Acres,
Twelve miles from Elefield, and tetn tiles from
Aike-n and Gramiteville.
.This Plantation is we-li improved with Two good
Dwellines, Excellent Saw and Grist 31ills, one of
the best Pmteries in the State. and all ne-c'ssaury out
btuildinigs attd fixtures, which can be purchas-ed on
the most reasoniable terms, as I an deteriiined to
The Land on the Creek is of the best quality and
produces Corn. When-t and Rye tinelv.
First rate wvater power for any kind oif mehinery.
. To any one wishing to buy thle terms shall no- ae
comnmod'ating. C. RtIlOD)ES.
JTan 19 f f
Noticea to Teachers.
IN eonsequenice of ithe recently increased nppro
.Lpriattion for thte Free Schools for this District,
the Com~mission~ers have greatly extentded the Third
Class, so as to embrace the chtibiren of Parents who
are not nlyvable bodied btut whlo are in the posses
sionof moderate means. It is difficult to deline precise
hv the limits of this Class. Teachers are referred to
t'he Commissioners in diflerent sections for inforna
tion. The Comnimissioners arc requested to encour
anre as mneh as possib!e, those entitled to the benefits
of this appropriationt to avamil th~emselves of it.
By order of the Board,
R. T. MIMS, Clerk.
March 16 i t 9
I3Y Virtue oIf an order frotm U. T. Wright, E~sq.,
Ordinarv of E.Uefield Distriet, I wvill proceed
to sell at thme late residence of Jehiu Wever, dee'd.,
omn Friday. 1st of A pril next, all the personal pro
perty of 'said decesed, consisting of
Fourteen Likely Negroes,
Stock of alLkinids, Corn n Fodder, Ilousehohl
atnd Kitchen F'urnitutre, with many articles too tedi
Otis to ment'orr.
Tat~s-n n aeredlit until the 2->th December
next. Purcht:iseis giving notes with at least two
good secturities. AfIl stins under Three Dlhas'will'
be reqtuired in cnsh.
LTDL\. WFEF.R, Adm'x.
March 23 2t 10
80 A GS Atugtusta Canal F'T.OUR, for sale low
r.i.......r - o 2irt 46
CORNER KING AND WENTWOR'
Colored French JACONET,
Light French BAREGE DELAINES, for Spring
Plain White BAREGE,
Black Figured DRESS LAWNS, l2je.
BLACK AND Ci
Wide Plain BLACK Sl LKS at 75 cts.
Superior do do at 87 and $1.
Bl:k MARCELINE, for Dresses,
Colored SILKS, at 50 eti.
DAMA SK TABLE (LOTHS, 2 to 3 yirds long.
Snow Drop and Damnask Table Linen,
Snow Drop and Damask Napkins, very rich,
Irish and Flemish Lin. Sheetings, superior fabrie
Rich Colored Silk Spring MANTILLAS,
Black Application Work Mantillas.
larch 14, 1853.
r THE friends of Col. J. P. CARROLL
announce hn us a Candidate to fill the vacnny
n the State Senate, occasioned by the death of
N. L. GnRFFIN, Esq.
(P' TnE Friends of Maj. TJLLMAN WAT
SON, announce him is a Candidate to fill the
vaenney in the State Senate, occasioned by the
death of N. L. GRIFFIN, Esq.
New Store and New Goods!
T IIE Sub-seriber has just opened an ENTIRE
New Stock of Good%, at the Old
Stand (the BlUcK STORE) consisting of every va
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes, Hats, &c.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes by strict at
tention to business aul a desire to please to share a
eonilinance 4lf the saine.
Ili trien Is and the public are requested to call
and examinine for themlselves.
V7 A liberal discount for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefiebi, March 16, t 9
The Georgia Home Gazette,
A SOUTHERN FAMILY JOURNAL.
'UBLiSHED AT AtTGUSTA, GA.
T TIE HONIE G AZETTE is devote.l to Litera
ture, Art, Science, Agriculture, Gent ri In
tell'gence and Southern Interests. The coluins of
the paper will contain Historical and )onestie Ro
n1ac.es, Sketehes ot Biography, choice Poetry, en
tertaining Aneedostes, Scientifie lemoranda. with
gricultural and Ind ustral A rtices. .It is publishmed
for the llome Circle.
Beside.s a reh variety of Misecllaneous matter, it
ill contain tihe GENER.\L NEWS of the damy,
ad exhibit the course or politienl events without
he least party bias. In addition to this, it will con
tin a COmr END oF UNIV EasAL I is'roar, from the
en of the Se*nior Edlitor, now in the course of pub
ietion. This, when comupleted will equal in <lunn
tity of matter, a large octavo volume of six hundred
TeGazE-r-rE is a large imperial sheet, of elegant
rgyearance, printed upon. new and beautiful type.
Sr..gnn r9 o """ niafy. .in advance ;
I'wo pies, $3,50 Five copies, $8,00 ;Ten copies
~l50O Adrss SMYTHlE & WIltTE,
Editors Home Gazette, A ugusta; Ga.
March 16 tf 9
JY Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
.to mec directed, I shall proceed to sell at
Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday
md Tuesdav following in A pril next, the fo I
owing pirnpertyv, in the following censes, viz:
Sampson B. Mays vs Wmi. B. Mays; Julius
Day and Benj. Miller vs The Same; Other
P'intifle vs The Same. One half of the House
mdie Lot in thme Villaige of Edgefield, known as
he Edgefield Hotel, adjoinming lots of John Lip
cotmb, S. F. Goode and others.
Also,, otme halt of the Gardent Lot, containing
wo acres, more or less, a.djoitning. Dr. R. T.
ins, C. L. Refo and others.
Also, thme Stable atnd Lot oretnpied by the De
'entdnit, adjoitning George Addison, Mrs. Gray
Also, the Furuniture, both Hotusehold and
Kitchetn, belonginmg to the Hotel.
Also, Four Negroes, to wit: Robin, Mason,
Silvia and Rache,-one pair of Horses, one
wo Horse Buggy and Harness.
Wiley Banks & Co., vs C. Williams, the De
enanmt's interest in thme WVare House nmnd Lot
i the Town of Hamtburg, situate on Mechanic
Street, and occu pied by Thos. Cununi ngham.
Matt Ardis vs Johnmm Marsh and wife, One
Tract oft Land containing onte thousand (1000)
cres, more or less, Granted to Thomas Lary,
on the WVest side of Big Hlorse (reek, and ad
joining lands of D. J. Walker, Raubo & Wal
ker, anid John Wise.
Williaiim Wilson vs Russel Haurden ; Henry
olvin aind others, vs The Samte, The Tract of
Lad in Benmch lslamnd, where Mrs. Harden and
fmmily~ resides, containing one hundred and twen
v-five(1I25) acres, mnore or less, and audjoinitng
lmds of~ R. J. IIHukinson, WIliam Wilson, A.
Sikins and others.
LE WIS JONES, s. E. E. D.
March 12 4te
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
WV. BI. Brannon.
J. J. Kennedy,
W. & J. Hill,
B Y Virtue of an Order from the Court of
Commnotn Pleas, I wilI proceed to sell at
Edgefield C. HI., on thte first, Monday in April
next, thme interest of the Defendant, in Twenty
Shares of Stock in the Hamburg and Edgefield
Plank Road Compatny, to satisfy the attachments
in the above cases.
LEWVIS JONES, S. E. D.
March 18, 1853. 3 te 10
Matthewv Gray and1
WV. WV. Geiger,
Benjamnin Beard, J
B Y Virtue of the Writ of Fi.Fa., in this
case, I will proeeed to sell on Tuesday
the 12th of April nest, in the Totenm of Ham
burg, the PRiEs, TYPE, STANDS and other
np)ortennneces of thme Hamburg Republican
Printing Oflice. .
LEWIS JONES, S. E, D.
Ma-rch 16 4t 9
T li UMiited Co-P'artnershipm entered into on- the
.. th February.,l1852, between J1. M. C. FnR.
rans genern4, ad J ss. A. TAf.DtaR?, as special
partner is this day d'ssolved by nutual consent.
JT. M. C. FREELAND,
J.\S. A. TALIJERT.
March.t -, 1. 6t' 8
FR STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C
Col'd Sootch LAWNS,
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
'E DE LAINES.
Plain, Pink, Blue and Buff BAREGE.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Plain BLACK BAREGE.
Blk Chintz. FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Fitrured and Striped SILKS at G2j and 75cts.
Rich Light Col'd -ILKS, at $1,
Wide Pitik, Blue, Pea Green, and Tan Colore,
SILKS for Mantillas, &c.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Irish and Scotch PILLOW LINES, all width
Huckablek and Diaper Towelings,
Super, Golden Flax Shirtin Linen, &c.,
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Col'd Silk Inlaid LJee Wrouight Mantil'ae,
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
' Corner King and Wentworth-st reets.
A CCORDING to an order received from Col
John F. ralbert, an election will be hell a
Cose's on the 4th Saturday in April next, fo
CAPTAIN, to till the vneaney oceasioned by th<
resignation of Capt. tORT. IlWlnnwsTrun.
' Lieut. IARaRsoN, Cornet MILLER and Sergi
CURnr, are hereby appointed nui will act as .Alana
gers. A. P. BUTLER, lajor
Edgefield Squadron Cal'ry
March 23, 5t 10
Selling off at .C o s t,
r HIE Undersigned vith a view of changing ii!
pursuit. now oters his entire S'ttck of Goiodi
AT COST, consisting of
20 Ilhds Choice new Process SUGAR,
5 " btlueovado do
50 Bble Stewart's C Yellow do
20 '' " A Clarified -do
25 " Double Refined Crushed do
5 " " " Powdered.do
20 Uhds Cuha MOLASSES,
25 lbIs SYRUP,
180 " New Orlems MOL ASSES,
150 rings Rio COFFEE, (Choice)
100 Box Adamantinc and Sperm CANDLES
1 ,000 Gallons Racked Train OIL,
200 " comnimon do do
200 " Winter Strained Lmnp OIL,
50t " Engli-h Linseed do
5,M00 Lbs Pure WIlTlE I,.:AD, Union Mlills,
150 Boxes Windsor GLASS var:ous sizes,
175 Kegs Ea-tern NAILS, '
2,110 Lbs 1 lenlock and Oak Tanned Stole Leathei
20 Siles Ile:tvy Band LEA THER,
l11 " Upper do -
1,000 Pices lHeavy Dundee BAGGING, wide
50 Bale Gunny do
1,500 Lbs Three Ply TWINE.
250 Coils j and i inch Hecmp R OPE,
300) Saeks FA LlT.
21.000 Lbs. Swedes IROY,
10,000 " Rolled do
20 Bundles NA IL RODS,
300 Lbs German and Cast Steel,
25 Bales Ileavy OSNA BURCS,
23 Barrels 's Smith's" FL OUR,
100 " St. Louis, Eagle Mills, Do.
4110 Bushe~ls Mexiczan Petit Gulf COTTOIR
SEED, and many other articles usually kept i.n my
Persons visiting this Market arc requested tc
give meoa call as great inducements'will be off'ea
to purchase, and persons indebted to me either b1
Note or Book Account would do well to give i
their earliest attention as I am determmned to clos<
my business as speedily as possibile.
ii. S. DUNB.\R.
Hamburg, March 9 5St 8
cgr The Abeille Banner, Laurensville Herald.
Anerso~n Gazette and Greenville Patriot will enel
publish fr one month and forward bills to B. S. D.
~iR.JLEIGH would respectfully anuc
ii.to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Edgefieldl nn
yleinity that lie is fitting uap a N IW CAR, and
will be ready in a fewv days to offer to them a
New and Superior Style of Pictures!
Having the advatntage of a recent improvemenrt in
the finish andI poalishi of the Plate, lie feels contideni
that heo will he able to offer to them a very SUPE
He has also made arrangements for an instru
ment, bv which lhe will bc enabled to take P'ictures
of Children in the shior time of one seccond.
March 9 tf 8
sTATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
James Jones, .l0sephi J Ken
nedy and .John Mliinne, Amaended Derl. iz
vs. Dcebt Fo'ngAitach
The City Conneil or Augusta.J
WTIEREAS the Plaintiffs have this day file'
VtheirA Amended declaration against the Defen
dante, who are absent from and without t'he linmit.
of this Sta'.e, and have nio Attorney knownm witHir
the same tipon whom a copy of the said declaratior
might be served :It is therefuore ordered that th<
said D~efendants do appear and plead to the said de.
claration withsin a year and a day from this date
oterwise final and absolute judgment will then be
given and awarded against them.
TIIOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Offle, March 5, 1S3. ly 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
M. B. Tozer, Dc.i talma
Taliaferro & Torbet.
Jeffers, Cothran & Co.
a's. Dccl.ina Attachmenat
Taliaferro k Torbet.)
T lHIE Plaintiffs in the above cases having this da
tiled their Declaratiotns in nmy Office, and the
Defendants hasving neither wives nor Attorney:
knwvn to reside within the limits of this State or
whom a copy of said deelaration can be served, Or
.\'otin aof Mr. MAGsRNt, Attorney for Plaintiflis
Ordered that said Dlefendants appearnd plead t<
said declarations within a year anad a day from th<
date hereof, or in default thereof judgment will b<
rendered against them.
TII0S. G, BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Offee, March ' 7,1853. 1y 9
STATE OF SOUTH CAHOLINA.
Bnj. L. Gill, Sarah, his wife, and
Susan Morris, Bill for
vs' - Partition.
Sarah Morrips, et al.J
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that the De
fendatnts, Joshua Morris, Doctrine Morris
Wilimn Hendrick Morris, John Morris an<
Pleasant Morris, jr., reside beyond the limIts c
this State, On Motion of Mr. Amy, Solicito
for Complntiants, It is ordered, that they de
appear within three months from the date hereol
ind answver, plead or demur to this Dill, o
Judgment and Order pro confesso will be takei
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Dec 29 - 3m 50
S UIPEliY given to-ni perscon indebted to th
IEstate of Edmund Boyddee'd., to make in
medite payment, and those having udemandecagaint
the said Estate, will render them 'r pr.operly nttested
JAS. & TANDY BOYI), Ex'rs.
n-c o y n1
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL!
Rev. N. ALDRICH, Principal.
Mi. STUCKLER, PROF. OF Music, FaENCH, &c
Mas. .1. McCLINTOCK, TEACnER OF PRIMAR
'HE TEACHERS of this Aendemy grat(
fully neknowledge the liberal patronage the
have enjoycd for the past year. They exceedingi
regret that the inconvenieneO of their Rooms bri
hitherto ayorded them no opportunity for a publi
examination of their Scholars. It is with pleasiur4
however, they announce the specily erection of
large and convenient building. A suitable lot h
alrealy been procured and arrangements are in prc
.gress for tl.. immediate comimincemient of th
building which will be hastened to completion.
The School will then be furniihed with nil the ic
cessary apparatuis for facilitating the Scholars in ti
various Dcpartments of Study, and the public sr
assured that no pains will be sparer to pliee th
Sclol on An equal footing with any in the State.
The ex,-reises of the School will be resumed o
MONDAY, January 3d.
Terms of Tuition the same as formerly.
It is desirable that the Scholars begin with tim
opening of thc Session, particnlarly such as inten
to comni.-nee the high brancles of study.
The Teachers hold themselves in readiness to ac
coomnodate the Scholas with Board at the usul
prices, $10 per month.
Dee 29 if 50
Tax Collector's Notices.,
. INo. 1.
WILL ATTEND 'it the tinies nl places 1ierei
specifiud, to colleet the General Poor and Roa
Tax for the year commencing 1st October 152.
At Coleman's X Roads," Wed'day, 16th Marel
" Coopersville, " Thursday, 17th "
" Moore's, " Friday, 18th "
" Shatterfield, " Saturday, 19th "
" Stevens' Store Monday, 21st "
" Towles' - " Tuesday, 22d "
" Richarison's, " Wed'day, 23d "
" J. S. Smlyley's, " Thursday, 24th "
" Duru', " Friday, 25th "
J. QLXTTLE1B UM, T. C. E. D.
t Feb 2 - f 3
At Edgefirld C. T1. Monday, 4th April.
" WI. S. Smyly'il Tuesday, 5th
." Ridge, Some evening, 4 o'clock
lint.-her's. Wed'day, Gth April.
Graniteville, - Tursday, 7th
"13aech Island, Friday, Sill
'- Hainurg, Saturday, 9th
" Cherokee Ponds Monday, 1th
" Whiteman's S. i. Sane evening, 4 o'clock
Sott's, Tuesday, 12th April.
" Red lill, Soni evening, 4 o'lock
4 Iloward's, - Wd'day, 13th April.
" Parks' Thursday, 14th "
" Freelan.1's, Same evening. 4 o'clock
" Liberty Hill, Friday, 15th April.
1 Duton's, Saturay, i 61
" Stevens' Store, Monday, 11ih "
" Stterrield, Tuesday, I Dtli
" Moore's, Wed'day 20th "
" Coopersville, Thurd, 21st
" Nickerzoin's, Same evening. 4 o'clock
" Coleman's X Roads, Friday, 22d April.j
Col. Clary's Store, Same evening. 4 o'clock
Perry's X Roads, Saturay, 23d April
" Havird's, Same evenlng, 4 o'lock
" Rinchart's, Moiday, 25th April.
" Wise's, Somi evenIng, 4 o'clock
4 Mt. Willing, Tnesday, 26th Ajiril.
" M'ekler's Same evening, 4 o'cock
Rielardson's, Wendnay, 27th April.
"Allen's, Thursdaty, 2St
Towles' Friday, 29th "
"Jor's, Same evening, 4 o'clock
J. S. Smyley'W, Saturday, 30th April.
TVgel C a -Thurday, 2 May
" " FTueday, 83hd
year. J. Q nturdayU , th C. "D
Marchnday,7 1 9h
k~liav justreei Sameb seviein, fro 'eve
R I E Thurmongyhicthar
Ladis' WrkeI ueRsdayE 1ath "u
El'betcatWored Wembidny COLARS "i
Cambic BNDSnd reday 22d ANES pril
Lades'Mounin COLASr, ne3ad Ari.
HemSti~lian Frnc MLanda,i25tk rcl i.t
w"c teyespt inae tevaenin4 ofltc
"Micardson .', tfe'dy 27hA 9r
"I AlenG :- A ursdayLAN, wthi "w
a",Taowles' ls f h Friage oft "dii
I" Deln'a, pii- sal Smieoo eenin, fo 'Cack
"in i. S.o sml e's, ale tuin rday, 30t 'il. e
"cdigo, Edge oimeld to the M nay h dou ay,
. wichm Pbuookt will sose fo tohyoe presen
iyetarcl J~i QUA TTEUM . HOE.
March 19 4: 7 8
Freo im nd li Emroi~ArderiendSpl
SN W E t S ERaugsa.a
Jame jus Garet, by menmerl frm Ner
York appeauiful atrtheDendntsEM Jame fIE
R Ett, bamoMtn a hie i e CalieAV
arins ar rrett1EZ Win H.S ofrrett andz
LadheS. Wortead -B.DE RSLEErs and lit if
EMiabethnn F.Sprks, resie wito A the liit
C'abrie ANd ande Workdemu to tOe NCPlai
tiHemendieb and renpleTnta Badeie; wt<~
thrch mth retumyit the iatntin ordte
Mthem , A. SIKNC.E 9.D
SAteN o9 As o f CANDwiinw
E d a harl ande others Vilg'f) leil
amelise atrpervt ae of gobod termiginal Cash
hittnpubl, Auctid, bert the Aourt10.us dor.
Donil Land Ches rleth SHuth (fde AoftR.
neain f r G HEdgefied td Pi oue
and Bon Prett, wil'so t toayoew
illiao pu rett eesd
OnmTion of MSsrs. C R L Ar,li
BritonliMimsoanof thOrer,o h adBl i
s.AmeIned and Suppl
Joames.GOfrred,mna Bil3. for 6a
Ite paymern t the defgendntlams
GarettWilia C.ret hOasE AttGar
Jet ba tna nd h4 fe Cao iA.V
Matin MaryGarrett, bym. C. Garrettc' Elizan
bet S.Enr, ad . ., Sprkone his wife
othi fourte, han hiuon edby ber niott
telarifs oliitor, apreed, at the Dolldrse
tfysAmndd n Subsppha 0lbs.ta BilO, with
th ree on fronsmtpuentionfchis offrder
sal t saie lwilt bemarke prfor cAesngn
them. AGL.SPN, A E.E.D
EliabthBunell and ers, )
Donald ancid Cha1fr sle byn o Acut
and Thos. GarettCEx'rsSo
IT apeainv tatth DfenatJmsH
BY STEAMERS AND SOUI
is in receipt of an Extensive, I
FALL AND WII
(F The Community and Pt
requested to call and examine 1
Edgefield C. H., Oct. 13,
RICH FALL DRY GOODS.
F EG to infoirm the public, that their Fall Stock
. of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
is now conlsete. In addition to our Store we have
Ladded a handso
Silk and Dress Goods Department,
where will be found the Richest Dress Fabries of
the season, at the lowest New York cash prices.
Among which are
Rich Brocade Press SILKS and SATINS;
Extra fine white and black Brocade Silks and
Satins: plain and Chanielion do.;
Plaid and Striped Silks; rich Ir'sh Poplins and
Rich colored and blnek Silk Velvets;
tich Satin Broche Cashmeres;
Extra fine.Satins, Aimerican :
Black nnd White Watered Si'ks;
Plain black Silks, all widths:
Small figured black Silks; IHalf Monrning Silks,
Black and colored Alpaene, and Bomnbazines
Black and colored Brocade Alpaeas:
French and Eiglish Merinos and Cashmeres
bluslin Delaines, Ginghams and Calico, in great
variety of styles and prices ;
In our Cloak and Shawl Department,
Will be foutnd, the latest styles of colored and
h)'nek VELVET CLOAKS, SACKS and MAN
Cloth Cloaks and Mantillas. neat and comfortable.
Bl'k, CoP'd and Watered Silk Mlantillas, of all kinds,
Long and Square Woolen Shaws, in great variety
?!-Ain Crape Shawls, very low priced,
A few cytra rich Emb. Crpe Shawls.
In our Domestic Department
We can say thlt we keep all the favorite branls of
KERSEYS, OSNABURGS and BLANKETS,
and ean.allMrd to sell themz at factory prices as well
as our neighbors.
Special attention is requested to 50 bales of thme
best KERSEY ever brought South, (bought at auc
tion.) 5 cents per yard less than factory prices,
Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassimneres, and
Flannels of all kinds,
And a great variety of other GOODS, to which
we request the attention of the public.
Oct 26 tf 41
A Beautiful Assortment of
CASIMERES, MERINOES, DELAINES AND
Also, a few more of those handsome Plaids, Bro
cades and Dress Silks, which will be sold LOW. 0
Blankets, Negro Cloths & Tweeds,
Together with fine Bo6ts for Gentlemen and Boys,
I have a fine Stock.
W. P. BUTLER.
Dec. 8 tf 47
State of South Carolina,
Coster & Coxe and Amended and Supplement
Abram Martin, IBill to call in Creditors
vs and administer el'ects of
Jan R. Garrett and Stephen 8. Garrett, de
others. Jceased, <tC.
TT appearing that the Defendants .Tas R. Gar
Iret t, T. S. Gaurrett, Wmn. Garrett, Caroline A.
V.Martin, .las P. Thurmond and his wife Caro
lide P., Mary Garrett, William UI. Garrett, Eliza
beth S. Burt, B. C. Spnurks and -his wife Mary
-Ann, Susan B. Garrett, Charley As Garrett anid
John II. Garrett, reside without the limits of this
Stnte: On Motion by Mr. CAsnOLt, Plaintif's
Solicitor, Ordered that the said Defendants
plead, answer or demur to the PlaintifT's Bill of
Complaint withtin three months from the ptubli
etion of this order, or the saiid Bill will be
taken pro confessso agauinst them.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Comm'rs O0fiee. Jan 24, 1853 3m 3
Land for Sale.
W ISIUING to move from the State, the Snb,
serbers will sell their valuable T RA CT OF
LAND, containing Eleven Ilundred and Fifty
neares, well known as thd~ Col. Jones Old Mlills, near
This Land is well improved with a g;ol Grist
Saw Mlill, and .well adapted to the culture of Corn,
Cotton and small Grain.
To an approved purchaser the terms will he male
acommodating. Any informatior given by ad
dressing either of the Subscribers at Ilidge, Edge
JAMES C. & R. GOLEMAN.
Mfarch 9 6it 8
A LL Persons indebted to the Subscriber, either
Iby note or open account, are requested to
make immediate payment, as I contemplate a change
The balance of my Stock (nmongst wich~el may
be found some VE~RY D ~li.SlAL E 'GOODS,)
will b~e sohli exclusirely for Cash, anid bargnins
may be had. II. B. ,JACKiSON.
H~amburg, Feb 1 om
J R. TOYIKINS is my authorized Attorney,
eduring miy ahsence from the State, to whom I
refer all unsettled businees.
Febi16 tf 5
STATE OF SOUTH! CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Jon .Cr, Foreign Attach'nt
John M. Clark for J.
M. C. Freeland, Foreign Attack'nat
Richard Bailey. J
, ll EREA~S the Plainitiffs severally in the ac
VTtions above mentioned have this day filed
their respective declarations in th-e same, againist
the Defendant, wh'lo (as it is said) is absent from
and without the limits of the State, and has neither
wife nor Attorney known within the same, upon
whom es copy of the said several declarations might
be served : It is therefore ordered thait the said
Defondant, Richard Bailey, do appear and plead
to the said declarations respectively, within a year
and a day from this date, otherwise final and abso
lute judgment will be given and awarded against
him in the said suits respectively.
T. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Sept.6, 152. ly -6
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Abram
AKlerease, dee'd., will please make immediate
paynent. Those having demands will present thenm
properly attested for payment.
D). J.' GILCHIRIST, Admr.
Dec11 tf 48
ALTL those indebted, to the Estate of W. W.
Walling, dee' i., are requested to settle as
soon as possiblo, and those having claims *ill render
them in immediately, properly attested.
rHARLES RA MMOND, Ex'or.
Jan19 tf 1
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of JTane
1.Logan, dee'd., are requested to make imame
diate payment, and those having demands will lpre
rsent thtem foarthtwiths, properly attested according to
law.,AABROSE NIX, Admn'r.
Feb 5 12m . 3
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
A CONSTANT siupply of Potatoes, Oniomns,
rOranges1 Lemoits, Coeonuts,. &e'., may be
found att ]s. 1ICYDGES, Abs.+r
No. 26 tr 4'
'H CAROLINA RAIL-ROAD
landsome and Splendid Stock of
iblic Generally are respectfully
them at No. 1, PARK Row.
Osnaburgs and Negro Cloths,
At Mlanuufacturer's Prices!
S NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta. Ga.,
lave bn1had, a full supply t' COTTON OS
NABIURGS of the most approved styles; Negro
KERSEYS, of George Schley's, Winuam Sehley's,
and of the Augusta Nlanutneturing Company.
Also, Brown SID RITINGS and SIHEETINGS,
of the Augusta Manufacturing Company, all of
which, they will vell at very low prices.
CV The public are respectfully requested to call
and examine the assortment.
Jan 12 . tf 52
Undressed Bleached Shirtings.
SNOWDEN & SH EAR, Augusta, Ga.,
have received from New York, Extra 4-4
lileaced SIllRTING, perfictly undressed, and a
very superior fabric for L.alies' and Gentlemen's
wear. The public are respecetfully requested to call
and examine the article.
Jan 12 tf 52
Upholsterer in General!
I- . G. 0. DECIIERT, Upholsterer
pand Pper Hanger, respectfully announces to
the citizens of Edgetield and its vicinity that he is
now prepared to nake to order,
Beds, I1air.and Shuck 17Xattrasses,
and also to attend to PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW
BLINDS, SHADES, &C.
Mr. i. will attend punctually to business, and all
orders will be speedily and faithfully executed.
Ie will be found at the Oflice formerly occupied
by Chancellor WARnLaw except when elsewhere
Dec. 15 StO 48
rIIE Undersigned respectfully informs his ild
customers, friends and the public generally that
he has removed to his BRICK STORE, (in Centre
Street, between Messrs. .JosIAIn SIBLEY and GmEomiGE
Ronissos, where he offers for sale a general assort
Mr. Emtu IHonGFs is my duly authorIsed Agent
to sell Goods, and the busimbsss wiii le conducted
under the style of E. 11ODG ES, Agent.
11. A. KENRICK.
Hamburg, Nov 29 tf 46
Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
IE Subscriber having renewed and increased
.I facilities in his biusiness, takes this metliod of
informing his kind patrions, that hie still remains at
the sanre place where he was last year, and con
tinues to make Fine Dress Double Sole and Pump
lBOOTS, of the finest and best Materials, and good
I have now on hand a beautiful var:ety of Boots
and Shoes of my own Manufacture, which, for one
month, I will soll at Low raICEs FOR1 CASH.
Jan 12 5t 52
STATE OF SOUTH CARLOLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
vs Dec'on in Attach'nat.
Taliafero & Torbet, )
T HE Plaintiff' in thme above stated ease, having
this day filed his Deelairation in my O!lice, and
the Defendhnt having neither wife nor Attorney
known to residle withiin the limits or this State, on
whom a copy of said Declaration with a rule to
plead can be served: On motion of Mr. MACurn,
Attorney for P:aintiff: Ordered, That said Defend
ait appicar and pleadl to said Declarntion within a
year and a dayt fromi thet d'ate hereof, or in default
thereof j udlgment will lie entered aneninst him.
-TIlOS. G. .BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Qflic, Oct 13, 1852. ly . 43
Etate of Scuthi Carolinn,
iN COMMON PLEAS.
James Blainewll )
vs Dccl. in Attack'nt
Abner Bushnell, Dc.inAtk't
vs Dc.i tahn
Tj H E Plaintitys in the above stated eases having
I his day tiled their declarations itn my Ollice,
ad the D)efe~ndanit having neither wife nor Attor
ney. known to reside witin the limits of this State
on whom a copy of said declarations, with a rule
to pleadi can he served: Onhnotion of Mr. KEY,
Attorney for Plaintity. Ordered, that said Defen
dant appear and pleadto sail declarations, within a
year and a day from the date hereof, or judgments
will be awarded against him by default.
TrI 1OS. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Ofie, May ithi 1852. ly 18
[\ BOX ES prime COSH EN CH E ESE,
D.U For sale by E. 11ODGES, AGENxT.
Nov 29 tf 46'
* Wanted to Hire
A FEW good M1ale and Female SERVANTS,
to attend a Hotel, for which liberal wages will
be giveam. A pply immiediately to
F. M. NICHOLAS.
Dec 29 tf 50
T HOSE indebted to the Estate of Starling Quarles
dee'd., will please make immediate paymenit,
as longer indulgence ennuot be givenm, and those
having demands arc requested to present them pro
MARY A. QUARLES, Adm'x.
Feb 2 3m* 3
ALL those indebted to the estate of Willam
Garrett, dee'd., are requested to make pay
ment forthwith, and those having demands against
said estate will ronder them in prop~erly attesteul.,
according to law.
CHARLES HAWDIOND, 14i
WM. G. HIAgMOND, $
THOS. G '.iLRETT,
Feb g tf 3'
Extra Fine Chewing.
J UST rr-eeived in. iew Boxes of EXTR A FINE
CF'2WING TOBA CCO, the celebrated "i Cal
how,'. nd," manufactured expressly for the Sub
scriber. G. L. PENN, A GEN-T.
- Land for Sale l
rlHIE Subscriber will sell at private sale, his exa
Jcellent TRACT, containing Seven ,H undred
and Forty-six, lying on waters of the Edisto River.
and adjoining lands of WIliam Librand and Levi
On the premises are a good Duwelling, Gin House
and Screw, anmd all other necessary out-buildings.
The said Land will be sold on reasotnable terms
to an approved purchaser. WM. BUSU.
Feb 10 7t 5
Superior Apple l.inegar.
J UST received 400 Gallons APPLE VIN EGA R,
tof superior quality. If you want Vinegar, that
s Vinegar, dont fail to call and get a supply. It is
really fine and no mistake.
For sale by G. L. PENN, AGsx-r.
Feb 16 t f 5
TTILL b let on Saturday, the 2d Apbril nerxt,
tothie lowest bidder. at the Bridge over Tur:
key Creek, on the A bheville road, near Sam. Wil
ams, the repairing of said Briidge, if not repaired
prviously. by lte Excutors of the builder, dohni
B. F. STRGM, Commnissioners.
MALE ACADEMY RE-OPEM!
An Exeennt Tcacher Engaged!
A EEAVVI!flL EDIFICE ECCNTO IECCMLETE
r UE TRUSTEES of the Male Acai!emy at this
p'.ecc take great pleasure in announcing to the
public that this Institution will be opened again on
the 2ND Mo7ND.iY I JANUARY xVt, under the noA
The Teneer they have employed s IV. .T. G,
LEvrrF.a of Fairflei. a GRADUATE OF THN
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE.
This gentleman enters our community widi t&
most ample recommendatiocs from the Faculty un
der whom lie has finlished hisesudies. Of his ability
to prepare young men for succe.ful application tr
the highest Seminaries of our country, there in nos
a doubt. It may be added that his strictly moral
character is not less certainly established than tei
accuracy of his Scholarship.
The Trustees, in putting forth this notice, only
desire with few words to assure those, who may.
patron'se the Institution under their charge, that it
is their determination to do'all they cina towards en
foreing regular discipline and keeping up a proper
degree of pride and emulation among the ppils.
The new Building now in progress will be one
of the most commodious as well as one of the most
ornate edifices of the kind in the State.
Excellent boarding can be obtained in. private
families at $8 to $10 per month.
The Terms will be determined upon after a con
sultation with the Principal. They will not exceed
those of other similar Academies. -
R. T. l IMS,
GEO. A. ADDISON, 2
Dec 11 tf 48
76 Pnpils have entered since an'y
T IE First of next month (March) will be a fa
vorable time, for other Pupils to enter. Th
Session will then be half !ompleted. Pupils ar -
however received at any time, before or afterwards,
and charged accordingly.
There is probably no Institution in the State en
pable of aftbrding superior advantages to Young
Ladies who wish to pursue a liberal course of study.
Expenses are moderate. Payments to be 'made
at the close of the Session.
C. A. RA YMOND, PnRINCIrAL.
Feb 9 tf 4
New Spring Goods!
SNOWDEN & SHEAE,
H AVE just received, by steamer from New
York, a beautiful assortment of
-New Spring Goods,
-AMONG w!V!CI/A RF.
Fancy CRENADINES, of beautiful styles;
French Printed JACONETS, and Fancy ecotch
Faney SILKS, for Ladies''Spring and Summer
Dresses.of beautiful styles:
Superior Plain Black, ISPAIIAN,or Red SILKS
of the best quality :
Superior Plain Black~SILKS, 84 and 86 inches
widl, of rich Lustra and extra quality :
Superior Plain Black GROS DELYON of extm
Plain Black Silk GRENA DINES, a beautiful or
t:ele for Ladies' Dresses: '
Lupin's Plain Black BARECES, of the besS
B'k Marquisse, and Bl'k Satin Plaid BAREGES,
of beautiful styles for Ladies' Mourning I)reses I
Black Crape and Lisse VEILS fur Mourning:
Satin Stripe Black CHALLY'S and Black MAR.
CE L.NE ,
Supe ior 5-4 and 0-4 Black English CRAPES, foe
Alexander's Ladies' Kid CLOVES, a comnpleto
assortment of Spring celesrs ;
Fancy GINGHJAMS, of new and heantiful sty'es;
Plain, Black and Mottled Mouruing G'INGIIAMIS,
of superior quality;
Engli.sh and American P R IN TS8, of heautiful
Plain White and Embroidered Cra'e SHA WL6,
of extra quality and heavy Silk PRINGES;
Fancy Neck and Bonnet R IB B ONS; of new
Spring styles; with a variety of other articles,
suitable for the Spring Season, and to whi tshey~
respectfully invito the attent~on of' tfi pufhie.
March 9 tf - 8
Whiskey, Rumn,'Brandy, &c.
[([ BARRELS Rectified. Monongalsela and Mil
OUler's Old Rye WHISKEY.
Newv England anta Jamanica R UM,
American and Hiolland GIN,
A merican and French BR ANDY.
Madeira. Tenerifle and Malaga WINES.
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Perflet Love C'OR
L EMON SYR UP. by thme Gallon or Eottle.
Irish anti Scotch WlIIISIKE Y,
Cider and White Wine VINEGA R.
Pint. Hanlf-p:nt and Quart FLASKS.
Win". Lemotn Syrup and Porter BOTTLES,
DE MIJORHNS, all sizes.
E. HODGES,- AcG~r.
Nov 29 ;f 4it;
State of South. Carolinia,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
James A. Talbortg.
vs. Declav. in' Attach'nat.
Richard Bailey. )
Wmn. B. Dorn,
vs. Declar. in Aitacha'nt.
TIIUE PL A NTIFF~S in the above d~ises having
.Lthis day fiIZed their Declarations in my Offiee
and the Defendant having neither wife nor Atitor
ney known- to reside within the limits of this State
on whom a copy of said D~eclarations with a rule to
plead can be servedi, on motion of Mr. A nAss, A t
torney for P'laintiffs, Or.lered that said Defendants
appear and plead to said declarations within a year
and a day from the date hereof, or judgment will
be awarded against thenm by defamult.
THIOS. G. BACON, c. E. D.
Cerk's Officee, A pril 23, 1852. Iyq 15
state ot' Mouuth Caroiinas
IN THlE CO3DMON PLEAS4
William D. Jennings,' eLi ~c~n
T HIE Plainstf in the above ease having this
day filed his declaration in nay Offee, and the
Dfendant having neither wife nor A ttorney known
to reside within the limits of this State on whom
;opy of said Deelaration with a rule to plead can be
served, On motion of Mr. Tosarmrs, A ttorney for
Plaintiffs, Ordered that said Defendant appear and
plead to said declaration within a year and a day
frotm the date hereof, or judgment will be awordud
against them by default.
THIOS. G. BACON, C..E. D.
Clerk's Omeie, May 17, 1852. liy 18
IS THEREBIY given to all have olhims aga'nst the
-iEstatte of Wesley Harris, dee'd'., to meet us in
the Ordinary's Office, at Edgefield C.- H., on Mon
day the 9th day of May next, with their demands
prpry auth~enticated for payment, as we intend
n that day to nmake a final settlenmnt of the estate.
D.AWID PAPRMER, Admi'.
MARY HARRIS, A dm'x.
Feb 9 3m 4
R ANAWA Y from the Subscriber about the
124thb of November last, his boy DAN. Said
boy is about 5 feet 6 inches high, stout buitan
abot 35 y'ears old.t1*i
He is su'pposed to be lurking in the neighborhoods
of Col. Strother's, Moses Holston's, or the neigh.
borhood uf Gilgal, ais lhe has relatives and nmerous
acqainances in allh of those vicinities.*
The above reward will be paid to any one lod.
ing hinm In Jail, io I can get him, and'addressing
mc at hickory Flat, Cherokee County, Ga.
J. T. SIPSON.
Feb19 tf 4
O) OT, Shoe and harness Makers. Alho, for safet
al nl kinds of Upper and Sole Leather, North,
erni and French Calf Skius Lining and Blinding .
Skins, Harness and Ban4 Reather. Shoemtaker's
Findings, Boots and Shoes and Plhntation Brogans
always ont ihai-made of best materials.
Al'o, Lamp, Train, Neetsfoot and Tanners Oils,
for sale by R. T. ML~lS.