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Butler Lodge, No. 17, 1. 0. 0 F,
A Regular ileeting of this Lod&
Swill be held or. Monday evening next
JOHN LYON, Secretary.
July 27 it 25
AN EXTRA. Communication of
No.'50, A. F M., will be held at
their Hall on Monday evening, 1st
August. at 4 o'chek.
fy order of the W. N1.
JOSEPII AIDNEY, See'y.
July 27 it 28
Edgefield Flying Artillery,
YOU are hereby comnianded to be and appear
at the U.d \fells, on Saturdbay the 30th inst.,
at I I o'e ock A. M1., for Drill and R eview.
The Officers and non-Commissioned OUicers will
asseible the day previous lor 1)rill and Instruction.
By order of Capt. W. C. MOR AGINE.
JAcKsoN CovAK, Clerk.
. It:y: 27 it 28
iT. IUWiC.\IEN T, S. C. M.
No. 3, July 23, 163.
ORDER NO -
TOTICE: is hereby given that from and after thi.
.1 date, Captains of 1eat Companies of the 7th
1gment, desirous of advertising the parade of
:heir resp -ive Conipani-s in the jouria:s of the
Distriet, will do so at their own expen-e.
By order of CA. S. 1iAL 11R SON.
S. B. GaRItN, Adjt.
.Julv 27 3t 28
M11t. Carnel Fcinale Acadeny
r H Exere'ss of Mount Carmel Female Acade
my13 will be re-um,-.l on the first day of A U
gust. Lessoins on the Piano Forte w ill be given by
(h- ace.:pl.ished .\iss IIAGA%, who has - veil entrce
satislaction during the hi:st dessiln of this year.
RATEs OF TUITION rEIl SEssION OF FiVE MoNTnS.
F-rst Class....................$11 00
t'l do ....................... 10 W0
Sd do ....................... 7 t1
Lessons in the Piano per Session .... 20 00
Use of Iustrumtent " . 2 50
Iboarding can be easly obta'ned at eight dollars
per n..nth. W31. 11. DAVIS.
July 27 3t
Land Warrants, Wanted.
r Illli highest Cawh prices paid for .0, 80 and
160 Acre Laind Warrants. respectively by
JACKSON, 11LIlAl VE D~llY,
Wholesale Dry-Goodi 1erchaints,
Ahtsoie flall 1Uuilding,
Augusta, Ga., .uly 27 3t* 2S
APPLICATION will be made at the next Ses
sion of the I.egislature to re-Chartmr the Town
of Edgelield S. C.
J u:% 27 3m 28
Brought to the Jail
OF this Distriet, on the ISth inst., a
negro mat who says his nattne is
L SAWNEY, and tlit he belongs to
George Boozer of Newberry S. C.
sawney is abott tvent(y-five years of'
age, dark skin, and flie feet six inches
The owner is regnested to come forward,
prove property, pity charges and take hiii iway
otherwise he will he dealt WvithI as the law di
ected. LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
July 27 ttf 28
Thompson's Shoe Store Removed!
G. M. THOMPSON & oO.
ITAVES REMO0VII) theiir Stick to the irst store
...Labove and iljining the Court hlouse Lot,
Columbia S. C. Their Stock consistsof
Boots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Triunks,
Atnd LEATiI1ER. which they offer, Whiilesale and
Retal, .at the wrvssT possible figure for Cash.
G,4umbia, .July ,18 4t 27
1D R.A G. T E AGUE, respectfully an
nounes o te Lile an (GetlemeniL~ of
Edgefield Village, that he has comnctced DR AW
ING SODA\ W ATrER att his Counter.
I Ie has a superior .\parat~u and furnishes this
delicious and healthy beverage in its purity.
June 8 - U 21
State of-Southi Carolina,
IN COMMDON PL E A.
James .Jones,-loiseh d1 Ken-1~
iiedy anid .lohnz .Xalinnie, ' A men~lded De'cl. in
vs. ~ Debt Fo'ngAttack.
The City Council oif Augusta.)
11TIERFAS the PhaintiThs have this day filed
Sttheir Amen~lde~d idelart:tonit atgainst the D efen
dants, wvhoi are absent fromt and withvut tihe litmit
(if this State, andt ha~ve no Attiirney l~ nown. with:
tile '-ame upjonl whionm a ciipy of the said drelr:ient
utithit hie served: It is therefore iirdered that thte
said Decfendiants di aippeatr and plead to the satid de
claration within a year and a day from thiis'date,
,itherwvise final atnd absolute j udgmecnt will then be
given atnd awarded against thenm.
TIIUS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Mlarch 5, 1853. ly 9
A PPLICATION will be made at the ne(xt Ses
.sion of thte Legislatture, for at pubtlie Road ho
lie opteed friom Bou;mZiit & Patyne's FerrIy, otn Sit
luda ltiver. Thei said Fliey ha:s been chartered for
thIe last thiree years. Thie [oad to run frotm the
Ferry to M\ount F~Inon~, frini thence to intersect the
Iliglts' FKrry Road near1 Thos.5 Coltmani's.
Edgefield I~istrict. Jluly 6 Jtum 25
A LL rersons indebted to tite Estate of Abram
..Kilerease, dee'd., will please miake immtediate
payment. Tho~ise having demtatnds will present thecm
priperly attested for palymenU~t.
DA J. GILCIIRIST, Adm'r.
Deec11 tf 48
IS IIER EBY given to'all persons indebted to thte
Estate of Edmund Boyd, dee'd., to make im
mtediate patymnent. andt those~i havinIg demnI~.ds against
the said Estate, wvill retnder thim ill prioperly attested.
JAS. & TAN DY UO0YI., Ex'rs.
A PPLICATION will be male to the Legislature
of South Carolina, at its next Session to) amend
the Charter af thle llanmburg and Edgehield Plank
July i2 f2
rflIIE Subscriber hasq on hanid and offers for sale
J.another supply of that excellent RAT PO1
SON, which has heretofiire been used with such
astonishing success by manty of our Platers, itn
reroving Rata from thteir Corn Cribs and Gin
Hoiuses. G. L~. PENN, AGENT.
AprdI 13 tr 13
Crow Poison !
T H E period is at hand whlen Criiws will annoy
the Phantt r by pulling tup his Corn. The
Stbsrber has receiveid at supply of POISON that
will effectually e-xtermninate the blatck intruder.
So don't fail to call anid get a vial if yo wish to se
cure a good stand of Corn.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
A prilll3 tf 13
4LL Persons indebtedl to the Estate of C. JT
1-i Glover, dee'dl., are requested to make imtme
diate pa-;ment. and those having demands againtst
said estate, wvill presentt themn properly attested.
JOHN R AINS FORD, Adn'r.
Sept 22 tt 30
A LL those indebted to th~e Estate of W. W.
tlWallinr, dee'l., are requested to settle as
soon Its possible, and those havinc elaims will renlder
them in immediately, properly attested.
CHNTARLES TN T M uMTO\ND E'r
WAREHOUSE AND GR6CEfY
All Cotton consigned to us will be
Sold Free of Commission,
r IE Firm of BUFORD, BEALL & Co., having
been dissolved on the 5th of June last, the
Subscribers, members of the late firm, will continue
the \VAREIlOUSE AND GROCERY BUSI.
NESS at the same well known Stands. (Store on
Br.'ad Street. opposite the PLANTERR' HOTEL now
erecting, and Warehouse on Campbell St.,) where
they will be happy to see the friends and acquaint
ances of the late firm, having always on hand a
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
Stock of Groceries,
Suited to Planters' trade, in which they feel confi
dent they can offer inducements equal to any House
in the City.
1rj Cash advances made on Cotton in Store when
required. WM. M. BEALL,
JOHN W. L. STOVALL.
Augusta, July 27 Gm 28
MILFORD, JUNEc 23d, 1853.
ORDER No -
r I I P. following Regiments will parade for Drill
and lReview at the times and places specified
The 10th Regiment of Infantry at Richardson's
on Thursday the 281h July.
The 7th Itegiment.of Infantry at the Old Wells,
on Saturday, the 30th of July.
The 9th Ilegiment of infuntry at Lowe's, on
Tuesday, the 2nd of August next.
The 2nd Regiment of Cavalry at Longmyer's,
on 'Thursiay the 4th of August.
The 8th ftegimsent of Infantry at Morrow's Old
Field, on Saturday, the 0th of August.
The Gth Rgiatment of Infantry at Lomax's on
Tuesday the 9:hI of August.
The 4th Regiment of Infantry at Iany's on
Thursday the 11th of August.
The -l'2nd Regiment of Infantry at Minton's, on
Saturday the 13th of A ugust.
The 2ad Reginent of antptry at Hall's on Wed
neselay the 17th of A ugust.
The 5th Regiment of Infantry at Huntter's, on
$aturday, the 20th of A ugust.
The 1st Reurinent of Cavalry at Piekensville, on
Tuesday the 234 of A ugust.
The 3d1 Regianent of Infantry at Toney's Old
Store, on Thursday the 25th of August.
The 1st Rega:ment of Infantry at Brunton's, on
Saturdav the 27th of August.
The (onmmis-ioned and Non-Commissioned offi
cers will isseible the day previous at the place of
rendezvous of their respective Regiments for Drill
The Mlajor General will, with his Staff, attend
The Brigadier Generals will, with their Staff,
attend the 'Reviews in their separate commands, and
are charged with the exten'ion of this order.
By order of the Commaander-int-chief,
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj. and Insp. General.
All the papers in the 1st Division will copy week
lv and the Charleston Courier, Mercury and Stand
rd, tri-weekly until the Reviews are over.
July 13 7t 20
Hamburg & Edgefield Plank R'd
r I 'Ill ROA D is now open for travel from U1am
I.burg to the OLD) W E LLS, on the Pine House
Road, and by the ialartin Town Bratnch from H1am
burg to near'the new Bridge over Stevens Crock.
Persons travelling or sendinag their Wagons or
Vehicles to llamnburg by the Mlartin Trown Road,
(*aa avail themselves of the Uirancha Plank Road to
Haamburg. by turning to the loft, half a mtile above
lardy's Church, by which they will avoid all the
hills and sand on tho 3aartin Town Road.
The Road ivill be completed from Hamburg to
the Pine House about the 1st of November.
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " " 4 "I " "
TwC. L 3 "L " "
To" Carriages 3 "a ""
Onte "a "a 0
Ilorseback travellers, " I " "L "
Vehaicles oat maeetng, arc each entitled to half the
PL ANK T RA CK. ad tlee Drivers arc required to
turn to the " RIGIIT !"
11. A. KENR ICK, President.
Hamburg, Sept 8 tf 34
Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
rj al Subscriber hanvinig renewed and inecreased
f acilities iaa his businaess, takes thais method of
iaforminag his kind patronus, that he still renmains at
thec same place whecre hae was last year, atnd con
tiata-s to aaake Fine D~ress D)ouble Sole anad Pump
HOOTS, o'f thme fittest and best Mlaterials, and good
I htave now on handa a beatatiful variety of Boots
and Sho~es oft mya own aaufacture, which, for one
moth, I will sell at ~OW ratICEs FOR CASH.
Jan 12 5t 52
Land for Sale.
T lIE Subscriber off'ers for eale his Plantation
Six Hundred Acres.
Thias Tract is situated on Payseis Creek, three
miles East of thae P'ine Homuse. It is well timabered,
and gooad water abounds th~rou;:hout thte Platattion.
Thmere are ona the premises a comfortable Dwell
igIliouse. Kitchaen. NegrolIlouses, and every other
necassai y out buihalinag, all of which are new.
Thecre is also on the premises an excellent SAW
M L L. For further particulars ap'ply to
SA MUEL POSEY.
June 29 tf 23
STATE OF sbUTIH CA ROLINA,
Joel P. Hill.
BY Virtue of the Exectition in this ease, I
I)shall puroceed to sell at Edgefield C. H., on
the first Mondlay in August next, One fine Rock
awty aand Haraness, leviedt on as thei property of
the D)efenadant Joel P. Hill.
LEWIS JONES, S. E. Dl.
July 15 Ste 27
FROM Aiken, Thuarsday June 23d, a DARK
ICHElSN UT N ARE, about fourteen hatnds
high. Shte huas a few Saddle marks. Thme hiast seen
of her shec was itt the neighborhood of tlte WVat
son settlemnat. Thea finder will be rewarded and
expenses paid by brinaging her to Aiken, or giving
inaformation of whereabouts to
Aiken. July 6, tf 25
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of 11. Platt
Brunson, dee'd., are respectfully notified to
make immediate payment, and those havinag de
mands against said estate will present them forth'with,
S USEN M. BRUNSON, Adm'ix.
ROBERT LANIER, Adm'or.
Oct 20 tf 40
ALL4 Persons indebted to S. E. BowEas or
Bowas & NHiL, will please come forward
and inake payment as we intend selling Goods in
future F-OR~ CASH!
3r We have just received a full supply of Fam
ily Groceries which we would be glatd to sell LOW
roat CAs.OWERS & HILT.
Hamburg, May 4 tf 16
ALL those htaving any dcnmands against the
Estate of Lark Swearinagen, dee'd., are re
quested to hand thema in properly attested, and all
those indebted to said Estate are regnested to make
MOSES SWEARINGEN, Extor.
Jan3 tf 51
G0D0S AT COST,
N order to prepare for a change I inten to make
in my business, on the first of October uext, I
will sell from and after this date my
Entire Stock of Goods
Without any reservation at COST !
The Stock is ENTIRELY FRESH. having been
bought this Spring at close prices, and is composed
principally of Spring -nd Summer Goods, all o"
which I now offer, without any sort of liumbnugery,
AT COST. LOD HILL.
July 13, 1853. tf 20
EDGEFIELD MALE ACADEMY!
T HE TRUSTEES of this Institution beg leave
to assure the public that their ;ehool is now
in successful operation and that they are deterimined
to use their best exertions to place it upon the high
est and surest footing.
- For other particulars see first advertisement.
In the Classical Department, per Session of five
In the higher English 13ranches........ 16 00
In the lesser " " ........ 14 00
These rates are as moderate as those of any other
Academy of equal excellence in the Southern coun
try. We desire that exorbitance of price shall be
no hindrance to any one's reaping the advantages
of this Institution.
R. T. MIMS,
ARTIUR SILIKINS. a
GEO. A. ADDISON, '
May11 18 tf _18
TEACITER to take charge of BETHANY
ACA)EMNY immediately. For particulars
apply to any of the Trustees:
W. H.RnisoN, L A. Booxs,
S. F. STEPnEs, J. L. TALBERT,
J. H. YE.LDELL, G. J. SnirrPARD,
S. S. To 'rists, A. REYNOLDS,
W. TIMIMERMuAN, G. GALrIIruN.
N. B.-Mr. GALPHIN will cont'nue in charge
until his successor can be procured. School will be
resumed on the First Monday in August iext.
July 8, if 26
Boarding anid Day Schoolk !
T1I1E O.ING & DAY SCIIOOL of Nirs.
I. .J. MCC.INTOCK will open on the 1st of Sep
tember next. She is also prepared to Board young
July 2(. 7t 27
7Tu REGIMENT, S. C. M.,
No. 3, July 9, 1853.
IN Pursuance of Orders received from Brig.
Gen. W EVER, the 7th Regiment will assemble at
the " OLD W EL.Ls" *on Saturday the 30th inst.,
armed and equipped as tIre law directs, for Drill
The Officers and non-Commissioned Officers will
assemble the day previous for Drill and lnstruction.
Captains of Comptnies are hereby notified that
full and complete returns of their Companies will
be required on the day of Review.
Lieut. Col. SnAw and Nlaj. LovELEss are cha'-gi d
with the extension of this order to their respective
commands. By order of
Col. S. HARRISON.
S. B. CRIFFIN, Adj't.
July 13 3t 26
10T REGIMENT OF INFANTRY,
SLEErY CREEK, July 11, 1853.
I3'lE 10-ru REGI3IENT of Tnfanttry will aesem
ble at RrentAmwsoN's on Thursday the 28th of
July inst., at 10) o'clock A. iil., armed and equtpied
as the law directs for Drill and Review.
The Coimssioned iad non-Coommnissioned O0f
ers will assemble the day previous for Drill and
By order of Brig. Ge'. Jons R. WEvERl.
W'. 31. DEAN,
Col. 10th Reg't. S. C. 1.
July 20 2t 27.
2ND REGIMENT CAVALRY,.
LiBERaTY II LL, Jualy 12, 1852. 3 .
ORDER NO -
A CCORDING to an Order from Gen. GUYONo.
the 2nd Regiment of Cavalry will parade at
Mr. VERxoN. on Thiursiday the -4th day of August
next for D~rill and Review.
The Comm~nissionedl and non-Cemmissioner Off
ers, incluiding the Regimental Staff', will assemble
the day previous for lI rill arid Instructioni.
Lieut. Col. BU-rLEL rind Maj. MAter-il are charged
with the exteusion of this Order to the irrespective
JTOIIN F. TALBERT,
Col. 2d Regimient Cavalry.
July 20 2t 27
AllLFOR~D, July '1, 1853.
- 'lIE Conmmnander-in-Chi<.f has leartred rith pain
I ful regret of the deathi of a chterished mterriber
of his Stalti, Lieut. Col. SAMUEL SPARIKS, .Jr.
A a soldier lie was fully imibtied with a sense of
duty, e.-urrage and patriotism; as a genltlemanr he
was urbane, generous, atid full ot' social virtues.
It is therefore ordered, that the Staff' wear the
tsual badge of mourninig foir the space of thirty
days, and that a copy~ of tis order be forwarded bty
the Adjutant General to his amlieted pa:rents, who
have so mnuch cause to mourn the untimely death of
an only and beloved son,
By order of the Commnander-in-Chief.
J. W. CANTET,
A dj. and Iusp. Gen.
July 20 3t 27
AllLFORD, 27th June 1850.
ORDER No -
'lIE Alds-de-Camp of the Governor residing in
the 1st Division are especially ordered to at
tend him during thre Reviews unider orders of the
23d inst., and others whose convenience will permit,
are requested also to attend hinm at such places as
By order of the Comnmander-in-Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
A dj. and lnsp. Gen.
July 13 St 26
J .TST arrived the FINEST lot of POCKET
KNlIE ever in A uuta or llamburg, antd a
few of the best SUP'ERIOR RAZORS, whicb
we warrant to give satisfaction.
ROI3LNSON & JACKSON.
April 27 tf 15
A FINE assortment on hand, just received and
for sale by i1, W. CLA RY.
Ju,,,. 8 tf - 21
CORNER KING AND WENTWOR'
IMPORTATION OF H1
LADIES, GENTS, and CHILDREN'S 110
SIERY AND GLOVES, in' all the desirable
styles or' this market,
Ladies' Enigl. and German White Col'd Cotton
Gent's. Erglish and Flanders Half Hose,
FINE.BL'K SUMMER CASSIMERE, 62j ets.
Black Drih D'Ete, 62,, 75 ets. and $1 per yard.
Spring Tweed Casbimere, at 75 ets. worth $1.
8-4 BROWN TABLING DAMASK, at 37 cts
2 vds wide French Tabling for Dessert Cloths,
Fine Damaik Doylies at $1 per dozen.
Damask Napkins, at $2 per dozen.
H uckabnek French and Scotch Towels, at $1,25
v2rds wide heavy Scotch Damask Tabling,
SUPER. BLACK BOMBAZINES, EXPRES
LY FOR SUMMER WEAR,
Fine Black Chally, Lupin's Manufacture,
Wide Black Marceline Silk for Dresses,
Mourning M uslins, 12j eta.
YARD WIDE LONG CLOTHS, AT 6j ets.
Heavy Brown Homespun for Shirting, at 6 ets.
Manchester Striped Shirting for Negros, at Gc.
Biue and Striped Honerpun for Negroes, at 10 c
Gent's super SILK UIBRELLAS,
Fine Scotch Gingham Umbrellas,
Snperior Indii GRASS CLOTH for skirting,
31'hnir Cv::ded Skirtk, (new style)
Palm Leaf FANS, two foi 61 ets.
India, Black and Colnred Folding Fans,
Charleston, July 18 . FOGARTIE 4
T HE SUBSCRIBERS having refitted the ab
KINDS OF WOJITf at short notice.
Sash, Blinds, Doors, 1
Of the best quality, and at reasonable prices. P)
URNAMENTAL WORK, such as
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, MAN
Which for style and finish are unsurpassed. Al
Seasoned Lumber, Floring, M
Also, WORKING PLANES, DESIGNS and
0f" All Oriers will receive prompt attention,
Augusta, Ga., July 20 -
List of Letters
R EMAINING in the Post Office, at Edgefield
. , 1st. July 1853.
Brown, John H. Landrum, Bt. F.
Boone, M1rs. Jane L. Msatthews, John
Barney, J. D. Mitehell, L.
Brnatrd, Esq. M3ksloan, David
Back well, James M1artin, Alsey
Burt, Mloody Morgnm,Geo. WV..
Bart Icy, N. L. 3Marsh, Samuel
Bell, lsliza Minres, Henry
Breare, Esq., J. R. 2 Mansar, D. A.
Bland, Eliza beth Munidy, Miss Francs
Bauchelle, Lewis B. --M*dried, William
Bledsoue. Rebecca Merchant, William
Collier, Thos. K. Nobles, Nancy
Cbreath, Lewis Odom, J. 1. 3
Con. Mlary 2 Otuzts, Mary
CrlTrd, William Pusdy, H. Mf.
Casiman, H. L Powey, E.
Drew, Esq., 3. A. Price, Elizabeth
Dean. Thicophilus Proctor, Sarah
Gnff, David Pierce, Joseph
G rice, M. P'rezsley, Johni
Gnter, J. A. Quattlebum, Mary
Goumld, S. , Quat tlebum, Daniel
Grifith, John Roflf, Esq., S.
Godall, M1. Row, L.
Glover, John, or Heirs, Ro~wland,-Mrs. J.
Gr'iis, Miss M1. E. Ryap, Mrs. Louisa
Goalman, Frances Spivey, Mrs. R.
Henderson, James Stewart, D. J.
Howardl, George Simkins, Henry
Head, James Stone, Henry
Hedy, George Temples, Rachael
H aks, A. 2 Thomas, Samitel
llammett, A. Thomas, Charles
-laregal, Elizabelh Whittle, M. B.
loward, Geo. Henry Ward, Mrs. R. A.
Jennings, Whjitfikid Wagner, M.
Jones, Daniel Wells, Elbert
Ivy, Samuel Wifliams, Elizabeth
Kilrn~ David Warner, J. B.
KennerIy, Charles Worthington, John ft 2
Knight, James Whitlock, James .
Kemp, Bet ty Wijliams, H. R.
Lowery, N. N. Wilfiams, R.
Leerny, HI. H. Willims, R. M.
Lanham, Franklin -G. L. PENN, P. M.
July 13 Et
STATE OF SOUTR CAROLINA1
Henry T. Wright, Adm'or of
L. HI. Mundy, dee'd., et at.
George L. Penn and others.J
N Pursuance of an Order of Chah. tonrs
STON aiade in this entIse, all persons clim
ing to be Credikors of the Mercantile FIrms of
Pent & Bramnnon. Br:annon & 3lundy, Brannun,
.M1tndy & Anderson. Bran non & Anderson, G.
W. & W.1 B. Brannon, and G. L. & E. Penn, or
any of. them, or of the individunls that comfl
posed those Firms, ur any of thetm, are hereby
advertised and required to come in and appeait
before mue in my olliee at Edgefield C. H., On
Wednsday the 3d day of August next to prove
and establish their respective demands; in de
fiult of which they will be ezeluded from all
share of the funds arnd as.ets to be distriburted.
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Comm'rs Ofle, July 13 1853. 3t 26
BO0T1, Slo-e and harness Mtakers. Also, for sale,
all kinds of Upper and Sole Leather, North
era and French Calf Skins, Lining and Binding
Skins, lHarness and Band Reathei-, Shoeumaker's
Findings, Boots and Shoes and Plantation Brogans
always on hand--made of beet rhaterials.
Also, Lamp, Train, Neetufoot and Tanners Oils,
fr sale by R. T. MIMS.
Dec 15 tf 48
F ROM the Subscriber's Pasture,
near Craytonville, Anderson Dis
trict, or' Thursday the 7th inst., one
~SORREL MA RE, about 9 or 10
yars old, star in the forehead, both hind feet white.
and a sumall scar on the side of the nose.
A liberal reward1 will be givert to any one who
will deliver her to me, and all reasonable expenlses
~aid. A ddress the Subscriber at Craytonsille P.
0.. S. C. MATrI'HEWV STRICKLANDI.
July 13 - St' 25
~LL Persons indebted by Note or Account to
? the late N. L. Griffin, Esq., are requested to
pay the sa.'ne, and those having~ denmands against
deceased to render an account thereof to the Un
dersigned. M1. L. BONIIAM, Admn'r.
July 20 3m 27
Superior Lelinoni Syrup.
TH E Subscriber has now in Store, a supply of
this delightful beverage, which will be found
on trial ver~y nearly equal to the pure juice of the
Lcon. G. L. PENN, AGENT.
July 2n tr 27
rK' STREETS, CHARLESTON S. C
)SIERY AND GLOVES.
INFANTS'LACE OPEN WORK SOCKS,
Boys' Striped Half Hose,
Inflants' Lisle Thread 3-4 Hose,
Boys' Random Spun 3-4 Hose. at 12J eta.
Small lot Boys' and Infittts' Socks, at 64 ets.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
[ BLACK BROAD CLO'tj, FOR SUSIMER
| Extra fine Single Milled Cassimere,
Super Doe Skin Cassiinere, $1 per yard.
FOGARTIE & D9LAND,
8 AND 10-4 DOUBLE 1RISH TABLING
Brown Linens, 121 ets per yard.
French Linen for fHdkis. by the yard. .
Long Lawns for Hdkfs. by the yard,
Irish Linen Shirting.
FOGARTIE & DtLAND.
BLACK SEWING SILKS FOR DRESSES
Black Crape DeParis,
Black Calico at 10 cents.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
GOOD STYLES CALICO for Servants, at Gle
Furniture Chintz at 64 ets per yard.
Apron Cheek, 12 yards for $1.
Full width Cotton Sheeting, at 314cts.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
A rich assortment new styles Canopied PARA
SOLS, and Plain Chambray Parasols.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
ASS CLOTH, &c.
CORDED SKIRTS at 37J ets. extra finish.
FOGARTIE & DELAND.
Rich styles Silvered Folding FANS' with and
without Mirabeau feather.
r DELAND, Corner King and Wentworth St.
ove Establishment, are prepared to furnish ALL
Window Frames, &c,,
rticular attention is paid to all descriptions of
rLES, ARCHITRAVES, &c., &c.,
o,constantly on hand
cather Boarding, Ceiling, &c
SPECIFICATIONS for Buildings.
WOOD & SUDDARDS.
Linen Goods !
S NOWDEN & SlEAR, Augusta, Ga., have
received from New York a full supply of Su
perior 12-4 Lineni Sheetinig of best make;
Superiir S-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers,
Heavy unbleached Tab!e lDiapers and Cloths ;
Superior Damask Table Cloths and Danask Nap
Hluekabacks and heavy Scotch Diapers for Tow
Superior Bird's Eye and Scotch Diapers;
Superior 4-4 Irish Linens and Long Lawns ;
Pillowv Case Linens of the best make.
Superior Furniture Dimnities,some of extra width;
A large supply of Furniture Fringes ;
Superior White Marseilles Quilts, some of extra
size anid quality :
12-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings of the best
Undressed.7-8 and 41-4 Bleached Shirtings ;
With a full supply of Ladies l)ress Goods and
staple articles, suitable for the present season, and
to all of which they respectfully invite the attention
of the public.
A ugusta, July 11, if . 26
Negro Cloths and Osnaburgs
At Very Low Prices!
S NOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., have
received it large supply of NEGRO CL 1THS
of George Schley 'sand the Augusta Manufacturing
Also, the superior Negro CLOTHS made by the
Messrs. Fries of North Carolina, and other styles,
to which they respectfully invite the attention of
Planters and country Merchants.
S. & S. keep constantly on hand a large suipply
of COTTON OSN ABU RGS, Shirtings and Sheet
ings of the Augttsta .\anufacturing Company, which
they sell at the Slanufacturer's pries.
Augusta, .luly Ii tf 26
S NOWDEN & SHEAR, AUGUSTA, GA.,
have received froma N. York; a large supply of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
suitable for the Summer season, among wvhich are
A full supply of PIhtin nrid Printed Bareges, Tis
sues, Grenadines, Lawns, and French Muslibs, in
a great variety of styles.
Rich French Enmbroideries, comprislng Ladies'
Chimizettes, Collars, Unzdersleeves, and Embroider
ed Linen Camabi-ie Hlandkerchiefs, of vei-y beautifal
Superior French and English Prints, and Faney
A large supply of hierimack and Cocileeco Prints,
of new and beautiful styles, warranted fast colors.
A large supply of very low priced Prints and
Ginghams, for ServantS.
Ladies' Parasols and Umbrellas, of the beststylc.
A very large supply of Ladies', Misses', Chit
drens', Youths', and Gentlenmens' Hosiery, of the
elastic and best make, (particular attention is given
to this article.)
12-4 Cottun and Linen Sheetings, of the best
7-4 and 4-4i Bleached and Brown Shirtings of
the most approved styles.
8-4 and 10-4 Damaask Diapers. a large supply.
Superior Damask Table Cloths and Napkins.
Extra Hluckabacks and Scotch Diapers, for Tow
A large seply of Furniture Dimities, ad Cot
Musquito Nettings, and Pavillion Bobinets, ol
Superior White Plaid and Striped Muslins, o1
beautiful styles for Ladies' Summer Dresses ;
Plain Cambries, Jueonets, Nansook and Mull
Muslins, of the best styles.
Plain Tarlaton, and Plain and Figured Swise
Corded Cambries, and Cambric Dinmities, of Su.
Swiss and .Jaconet Muslin Edginigs and Insertingi
Ladies' Mantillas. of new and beautiful styles.
Lace and Muslin Curtains, a large supply.
Faney Lace, for Curtains, by the yard at lon
Cordis and Tassels, for Curtains and Curtain Band!
a full supply.
Coreices, for Windows, bf new and beautiful pat.
With a great variety of other articles, suitable foi
Family and'Plantation use, and to all of which they
respectfully invite the atteiftion of the public.
Special and pr'omnpt attention is given to order'
fronm the country.
May 25 tf 19
Tea, Canldles, sugars, &c,
BLACK, Iyson, Gunpowder, Imperial an.
Young 1Hyson TEA, in Half, Quarter, Eight]
Hoxes and Catties, also at retail.
Sperm, Adamnantine and Star CA NDLES,
Crushed, Powdered and Clarified SUGA~R,
Turpentine. Toilet and Shaving SOAP.
For sale by E. IlODGES, A ceasr.
Nov 29 tt 46
I1 IES will be receited at the Tan tard frot
Ii this date. R. T- AMIMS.
nct& lai tf 38
IMedical College of Georgia,
T IIE TWENTY-SECOND COURSE of LEC
TURES in this Institution, will commenee on
the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER NEXT.
Anatomy, G. M. Nzw'roN, . D.;
Surgery, L. A. DuGAs, M. D.
Chemistry and Pharmaoy, ALEX. MEANS, D. D.
Materia Medica, Theraputies and M1edical Juris
prudenee, L. P. GARvIN. M. D.
Obstetries and Diseases of Women and Infants,
J. A. EVE, M. D.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M.
MILLER, M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. Foan,
Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1. F. CAZSI.ELL,
Assistant Demonstrator, RoBT. CAMPBEiLL, M. D.
CLINICAL LECTURES will be delivered regu
larly at the City Hospital, and ample opportunities
will be afforded for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Fees for the entiie Course.........$105,00'
Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once) 5,00
For further particulars, apply to
G. M. NEWTON, Dean.
Augusta, Jtne 29 2m 28
I HAVE this day associated Mr. THOMAS E.
HITT in business with me, which will in future
be transacted under the firm of BOWERS & HITT.
S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5, 1852.
A LL petsotis itdebted to S. E. Bvwits, will
please call and pay their notes and accounts,
as I am desirous of closing my old business imme
diately. S. E. BOWERS.
Hamburg, Nov 5,1852.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Family Grocery !
WE KEEP constantly on hand a large and
W well assorted Stock of GROCERIES, viz:
Bacon, Lard, ugar, Coffee,
Molasses, Syrup, Mackerel,
Whole, Half and.Quarter Barrels, and Family Mess
Mackerel in Kits,
SPERM e- ADAMANTINE CANDLES, LAMP
AND LINSEED OIL, RAISINS, AL
MONDS, NUTS OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
SPICES ALL EIDs, S OEb iEEF &TONUtaS,
FINE OLD BRANDIES, WINES,
Nectar, Eagle and Rye Whiskey,
A .Well selected Stock of CROCKERY and
-GLASSWARE. BOWERS & nITr.
Hamburg, Nov 5. 1852. tf 43
Whiskey, Rum, Brandy, &c.
BARRELS Rectified, Monongahela and MM
Uler's Old Rye WHISKEY.
New England and Jamaica RUM,
American and Holland GIN,
American and French BRANDY,
Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga WINES,
Peppermint, Cinnamon and Perfect Love COR
LEMON SYRUP, by the Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and White Wine VINEGAR,
Pint, Half-pint and Quart FLASKS.
Wine. Lemon Syrup and Porter BOTTLES,
DEMIJOHNS, all sizes.
Nov 29 tf 46
HO ! FOR FLORIDA
0-P-H ! FOR T HE LAND OF FLOWERS, MIL.K AND
HIONEY ! !
'T'IE Subscriber coffers for sale his. TrlACT OF
L A ND, containing about 850 acres, more or
less, lying 12 miles Southwest of Anderson C. H.,
in one mile of boat navigation on Savannah River
300 acres of wichl is cleared land, and 50 or 90
acres good bottom land. This tract is susceptible of
division into two or more tracts.
Also, anotner 'Tract of 250 acres, situated on Big.
Generostee creek, 11 miles Southwest of Ander
son, 20 acres of which is No. 1 bottom, and about
90 acres wood land.
Also, another Tract containing 480 acres, 350 of
which are wood land, and about 30 acres of bottom
land, lying adjoining the Etergreen tract, on the
Augusta road, also on the road leading from Ander
son C. U. to A thens, Ga.
Also, another tract containing 100 acrest lying
on the road leading from Anderson C. H. to Dooly's
ersons desirous of purchasing will apply to, or
address nme at Evergreen, Anderson D~istrict, S. C.
I shall at any time take pleasure in shiewing all or
either of the above tracts1 to any person wishing to
purchase. JAMES EARLE.
A pril 20 tf 14
Splendid Farm for Sale !
T Ut Suibscriber offers for sale her Valuable set
.tlenment, known as EVERGREEN, situated
in Anderson District, S. C., 12 miles South-west
of the Tmwn of Andersonl, and four miles east of
the Savannah River. This piace comprises Eleven
Ilund red Aeres, Seven hundred of tvhich is in fine
Woodland, One Hundrcd and Filty Acres of best
Creek Botton, mostly in etiltiration, and 400 or 500
acres of Upland, all in a good state of etlture
Upon the premises is a neat had substantial D~wel
ling H-ouse, Kitchen, Negro House,Barn, first-rate
?louring and Saw Mill,
entirely ne*, Store-House and other necessary out
This place combines many advubtages for an en
terprising man of business. It is situated in a fine
neighborhood, accessible from all points, productive
lands, and as a plad~o of business, equal to any in
the District. Terms made easy to purchasers.
The Subscriber also ofiers for sale 16 eligible
in the Town of Aidersonm.
For further particulars apply to the Subscriber at
Evergreen, 6-r to Messrs. Harrisonb & Brogles, An
derson C. H. E1I~HERE
Aptil 20 tf 14_
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAS
IN COMMtON PLEAS.
es. Poteign Attachneni.
John L. Dobeg,
vs. .- Foreign Attachment.
J. HI. Woodlgate.
'IIHE Plaintiffs in the above cases having this day
filed their Declarations in my Office, and the De
f-ndants having rieithmer Wives nor A ttorneys known
to reside within the limits of this State upon whom
copies of said declarations with a rule to plead can be
served : On Motion of Mr. KEY, Plaintiffs' Attor
ney, Ordered, That the said Defendants appear and
plead to said Declarations within a year ad a day
fom the date hereof, or fitial arnd absolute judge
meat will be awarded against them.
THOS. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerfs Oflice, July 12, 185g. l y 26
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bnj. L. Gill, Sarah, his wife, and
Susan Morris, - Bill for
Sarah Morris, et al.Paion
IT appearing to my satlsfaction, that the De
fendants, Joshua Morris, Doetrine Morris,
Joseph Morris, Win. H. Morris, John Morris and
Pleasnmt Morris, jr., reside beyond the limits of
this State, On Motion of Mr. ABNEY, Solicitor
for Complamants, It is ordered, that they do
appear within three months fromn the date hereof,
n nd answer, plead or demar to this Bill, or
Judgment and Order pro confesso will be taken
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D
Dec 29 3m 50
3O\ BBLS. Superior COUNTRY FLOUR.and
OUa few Bbls. RYE FLOUR, just received ad
for sale by G. L. PENN, AGENT.
May 4 tf 16
l11111 Saws, &c.
A MONGST our stock may always be had, all
tlthings necessai-y to a complete outfit for Saw
Mills. ROBINSON & JACKSON.
Iaourning Gdds I
SNOWDEl &' SHEAR, .
H AVE received from New York a large supply
of MOURN ING GOODS, among which are
Superior BTack.Bombazines, some for S'ummer
wear and best quality.
Plain and Satin Striped Black Challys.
Superior plain Black Bareges of the best quality.
Satin plaid Marquise, a beautifl article.
Plain Black Grenadines of superior quality.
Mourning Muslins -aad Ginglans of the best
English Crape and plain black Lisse Veils.
Ladies' Mourning ltlantillas of new and beantiful
Ladies plain black and white pointed Crape Col
With almost every other lirticle required foil
Ladies' Mourning apparel.
May 25 . t 19
HAMBURG, S. C.
Tf1S poiular Establlkltieht laving treen thor;
oughly repaired and refitted with entire NEW
FURNITURE, the Subscriber takes pleasure in
informing the public, that he is now preparda to sea
Dommodate both MAN and HORSE, in 9 atyle, as
he hopes, to give complete satisfaction.
JOHN. L. DOBET.
Hamburg, March 23, . - if 10
D The Abbeville Banner and Anderson Ga
r.ette will each copy the above four times and for.
ward accounts.to. . J.. L. D.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
THE Stoekholders of the Edgefield Tee Company
take this metbok of infotming thie citizens of
the Village and Country, that they have established
an ICE HOUSE in 'the Village of Edgefield, and
will keep through the Summer, Ice for sale.
The lee llodse will be opened only once a day
at sun-rise. All will please observe this, and send
in at that hour, for their supplies for the day.
0- Orders from the country will receive prompt
g'Price, 5 cents per pound-if less than 51 b.
5j cents, Terms strictly Cash.
A. G. TEAGUE, Sec'ry & Trea.
May4 f 10
Steam Mill for Sale,
T HE Hamburg and Edgefield Plank Road Come
.Lpany offer forsale their VALJARLE STEAM
MILL, now in operation about ten miles from Ham
burg. The Engine is of Thirty Horse Power, built
by Messrs. Hunston, Green & Co., Providence, R.
I., and has one of Pitchers' Patent Iydraulie -Regz
ulators attached. The Mill -s itted up with one.of
Pa-.es' Patent Saw Mills, and cut the last year over
TWO MILLION feet of Lumber.
Persons desiridg to purchase Will please call and
see it in operation.
To an approved pm'elvasef it will be sold on long
uredit, if desired. Apply to
H. A. KENRICK, President.
Hamburg, June 7, 1853. if 21
State of South Carilina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
WILLIAM M. McMANUS, who is in the
W custody of the Sherff of Edgefield District,
by virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum,
it the suit of John K. Ilora, having filed .in my
Dffiee, together with a Schedule, on oath, of his
:tate and efifets, his petition to the Court of Com
non Pleas, praying that he may lie admitted to the
)enefit of the Acts of the General Assembly made
or the relief of insolvent debtors. It is Ordered,
rhat the said John K. Hora and all the other Credla
ors to whom the said William M. MeManus is in
tnywise indebted, be, and they are hereby sum
noned, and have notice to appear before the said
ourt at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the
F'ourth dayof October nexs, to shoir enase, if- any
:hey can, why the prayer of the. petition. aforesaid,
should not be granted. .. .
.THOS. G. flACOST, C. C.~P.
Clerk's Office, May 25, 1853. .h 18 20
STATE- OF SOUTH! CAROLINA.
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN COMMON PL EAS.
JOlHN De KING, who is now in.the Custody' of
the Sheriff of Edgefeld District by virtue of a
Writ of Capiaa ad Satisfacienduum, at the. suit of
Fhomas'.T. Latner, havitig. file8 in any Office,' to'
;ether with a Schedule on-oatth, of his <:state and
rfeccs, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
>raying that lie may be admtitted to the benenit of
he Acts of the General Assenmbly, made for the
relief of insolvent debtors. It is ordered, thtat tlIe
aid Thomias J..l.ntner, and all 'other creditors to
Ahom the said John D. King is in any wise indebt:
ad, and they are hereby summoned, and have no
:ie to appear before the said Court at Edgefield - C.
[I.. on the 1st Monday in Oct. next, or on sonme other
ionvenient day to be set apart and appiointed, during
he sitting of the saId Court, to show cause, if any
hey can, why the prayer of the said petitioner
foresaid should not be granted.
THIOS. G. BACON, C. C. E. I'.
Clerk's Office, June 7, 1853. 17 21
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAj
IN COMMON PLE AS.
D LIVER SIMPSON, who is now in the Cuistody
of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by virtue
f a Writ 'of Capias ad Satisfaciendurn, at thre
uit of Darling J. Walker, havinag tiled in nmy Office,
ogethier with a Schedule on oath of his estate and
&f'cts, hais petition to the Court of Common Pleas,
,raying that he may be admitted to the benetits of
.be Acts of the General Assembly, made for the'
'cief of insolvent liebtors. It is ordered, that thae
said Darling J. Walker and all other creditors to.
whlom the said Oliver Simpson is in any wise in
lebted, and they are hereby sidmmoned, anid hare
aotice to appear before the said Court at Edgefield
Court House on the grat Monday in October next;
,r on some other convenient day to be set apart and
ippointed during the sitting of thec said Court, to"
howv cause, if aniy they can, wvhy thre prayer of the -
aid petition aforesaid should not be granted.
THIO8. 0. BACONf C. E. D.
Clerk's Officee, June 9, 1853. 16:s 22
State of' South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
DETER QUATTLEBUM who is- iow in the
L.eustody of the Sheriff of Edgefield District,.
,y virtue of a writ of capias ad Sat isfaciendun,,
at the suit of Williamnsoa Brisky, having filediin
ny Office, together with a Schedule on oralh of hiis
state and cf.Wets, his Petition to the Court of Com,
non Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to the
enefits of the Acts of the General Asesembly made
':- the relief of insolvent debtors: It is ordered1.
that the said Williamason Brisky, and all other
Creditors, to whom thle said Peter Qua"ttlebum iirin
rayWise indebtedt and they are hereby summonred,
md have notice to appear before-the said Court at'
Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday in October.
text, oi- on some other convenient day to be set
part and appointed during the sitting of the' said*
Court, to show eause if any they can, why the
prayer of the said petition aforesaid should not-' bo
THOS. G. BACON, C. E. Dt
Clerk's Office, July 1, 1853. 13te 25
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Mi/ARTIN MEI)LOCK who is now in the cus
JYtody of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by
virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satifa'cienadum, at
the suit of John A. Addison, having ailed in my
Office, together with a Schedule on oath of his es
tate and effects, his Petition to the Court of Com
mon Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to the
benefit of the Acts of the General Assemably, made
for the relief of insolvent dcbtors It is ordered
that the said John A. Addison, and- all other,
the creditors to whom the said Miartin: Medrock is,
in any wise indebted, be and they are heareby sum.'
moned and have notice to appear befoare the said
Court at Edgefield Court House, on Tuesday the
4th day of October next, to show canse, if any they
cana why the prayer of the Petition aforesaid should
not be granted.
T. G.BACON, c. a. n-.
Clerk's Oficee, JTnne 8, 1853. 16t' '22
Bacon and Lard.
T usciber a 00ls BACON and
sale at the lowest market price, for. CAsK.
G. L. PENN, Acuitr,
Mfarch 23 tf 10
Extra F'ine Chewing.
JUSTrceived a few Baxes of EXTRA FINE
CE NG TOBACGO, the elebrated ".a
houn Brand," manufactured expressly for the Sub.
arr.bn,. G'. L. TPETNT A ai..: