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THE people of Edgefield and the adjoining Dis
triets are respectfully invited to attend a PUBLH
BARIUECUE to be given at
Jame M. Riiclardson's,
On the 17TH DAY o :EVIa:IiR Ta eXt.
G. D. TLLMAN, Eq., will deiiver an Addres
upon the subject of the division of Edgefield Dis
triet. Other Speeches are also expected to be nad
on the shoject.
V. A. STROTTIER, )
Al. Wi. CLA RY. .
. 11. YARB1OUGHI, -
. 31. mRICHARDSON, r
1. :T ERSON, -
S TflOMAS'J .E .
Aug n 053 8 39
.Tsr ienbers of the Domestie Mission Efoard
and .Book.Depository, will maeet at Gilgal Chure,
at 4 o'clock on Friday evenig befiWore thb2nd Lord'S
day in Septetnber ,ext, (being the day previous to
thle meetitng of the Assocition.) A .punctual at
teudanceais requested. By order of the Board.
J. lI LET, See'y.
Look! Look! Look!
RFAr- the Advertiseinents of -Ara's Ci::t:ny
PFCrOnL.. -There are stateriients of no ordinary
interesi to all so nfortunatc as to be aflieted with
the (I fhiu!1ies it eutres.
iF- Wa.are authorized, to announace Mr.
VESLE Y WERTZ as a candidate for Tax
Cohleclor of Edgefield Distriet, at the ensuing
eleetion2. - --
Butler Lodge No.' 1, .0. 0. F.
A Regular 'Aecting or this idge
wil% beheld oN onday evening next,
at 8 o'cloek.
. UOUL RAE, See'ry.
-Aue3l1 30 .
A rEULAR Convocation of BEALEZ ETL
iC hAPfi'- of R. A.'., will be held on
-Saturday evening next. at 7 o'clock.
A. RAMSEY, M. E. I. P.
August1 I t 33
ANERICAN HOTEL, -
EAyBURG, S. C.
r E American Hotel -recently kept by Tuc. -
SiurTi, E-q',anid formerly by.dJAXS lie DBARD,
but for a few mntthsapast elosed for the purpose of
repairs, will be re-openil by the Undersigned on
the firit day of the ensuing miionth, September.
The Establislinent having undergone a complete
reliair from the ground floor to the garret, and the
Parlor and..Roms getnerally well supplied with
N-E W FURN ITUR E, render.4 the house equal to
any in the up-Country for comfort.. Tle Style in
which thehuune vill be kept, mut speak for itself.
the~ Underign'ed deeming it only necessary to as
sure the traveling public and his friends that ev~ry
efihrt will be made to give satisfaction.
The ST ABL ES and LOTS are undergoing re
pairs, atnd being large and ivell aurrangedl, will .be
attended by trusty Osalers and well supplied with
the best of PRO VEN DE R.
Uamnburg. A ug .2.I1h, 1853. . 2mn 33
C an alo f IN O~t~
40 to 50.-as, W-A\R R-NTED 4to perfrm- wvell,
which I am -ditsod sell 4:UClt BELowY the usual
prices of the respective qualities.
Persons desirous of .puraeh.shia will do-WELL
to make an early appieation, as. Iil sell thema as
&oonf as possble It. .. DELPhI.
Hamburg, A ug 26th, 153. -t 33
Ladlies Rich Dress Goods !
~NOWDEN & SH EAR, Augusta, Ga.,
K) haavethis dajy received, by Iast stamrer frotm
New York- -
Rich printed .DELAINES, of new and elegant
Sina: figured and Polka spotted PEL A1NES,
yerv desirable Goods-for Children nad Misses wetr ;
- .jFaney'colored -and Plaid SI LKiS, ot'the latest i
p'rtations. and most spendid l'aris styles;
Snmall figured- black SI.IiS, of neat atnd desirable
piatterns and excel-nt quality;
Black watered and Sat.a striped SiLKS, superior
Black, Polka spotted and smtall figured SILK, of
new and beautiful styles.
The ~above comprises a ebo'ee seleet'on of thme
r ehest Dress GOOl)m. of thei mtost recent imaporta
tions, to which they --' -"'' t'te
attentio'n of the pub:
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for- trs-of Ad
of-WVm F11larris, late of the District aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admomish all
an diingtular, thle kitndred tand ereditors of the
sad deceased, to be and appear before me,.at
our next Ordinary's Conirt for the anid District,
to be holdetd at' Edgetield C. HI., on the,9th
day of-Sept. next, to show cause, if any, why
the sad administration should not be granted.
Givena under nay hand and seal, this 25th day
of August, in the'year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and fiftythree, and :n the 78th
year of American Independente.
* 1H. T. WRIG HT, 0. E. D.
A ug 31 2t 33
)AN A WAY from the Subscriber's plantation,
near Cairo P. 0., Edgefield D)istrict,-about the.
1st oftaay last, his aegro mian .JA CO1I. Said mn
is abodt thirty years of age, five fed: eigt or nine
inche' high, square sheuldered, dark comp!-eeted,
has a-sullen countenance, front teeth very open,and
--.iks with his toes inclitned outivards.
'he above Reward will be given to any one who
-pprehend said Jacob and deiver him at my~
..-. ioO, or lodge him in.any Jail ia the State su
rP..0., S. C., Auog 29, - tf 33
Te.Careson Mercury and South Carohmn
en'will p1 ea copy once, a week for three wveek
atnd forward accountsato . A. T.
I H A E pliced th notes and ace~ounts belong
.ing to the essigned estate of .Johtn Lyon mn the
hands ofW, W. Adgms,.Esg.,' fr collection, witi
instruetions Ioiaake setdemote d. reeive money
until the LoQth Septemibetr next, aa er which tinme ati
d taes remaining unpaid.saill be sued to next Court.
* * S. F. GOOD)E, Assignee.
Aug 31 S t 32
P UBUIC noti':e is hereby given that applicatia
wi:l be mnadle, w-cording to law, for a charter I
build a Plank Road from thte Town of Edgerield
JIames Richartdson's. The route of said road is
be hr A. Bland's, S. Mathis' andu J. C. Allen's
practicablo ; other wise, in the neighborhood of thei
places. Thec capital proposed for its construtiton
forty thousand dollars.
Aug 3 3m 3
UST received a good supply of eyellent WIN
for Sacramental purposes. ~~ R
June 8 tf 12
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
MP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL anti TAE
OIL, for sale next , our' to suwLvA%'.
R~. T. MDIS
M~aryland State Lotteries
FOR SEPTEMBER 1853.
The Payment of all Prizes i8 guaranteed by-th
State of Maryland.
EMORY & Co.$.
154 PRATT STREET, BALTXMORE MD.
(REGULAR LICENSED AGENTS FOR MARYLAND.
The following schemes: for Sept. will be- foutin
especially worth the attefition of the publio, an'
orders are most respectfully solicited in them.
HERE TfrEY 6O!
A NIC.E SMAL-,L LOTTERY.
Pwtapsco,.211, fp Deptembe r 12.
I Prize, tf,1
- 1 " " 3,000 is 3,000
2 Prizes of $850-2 of 300-2 of 100- o of 80, &e.
Tickets $3. Shares in proportion.
Certifcates of Packages of 26 Wholes $40, Ha s
$20, Quar. $10.
PAT APSCO, 246, FOR SEPT. 14.
I Prize of $:,000 is $8,000
- 1 " " 3,158 is 3,158
1 " " 2,000 in 2,000
1 " " 1,000 is 1,000
25 of $150, 25 of $100
400 Prizes of $40, &C., &c.
Ticketo $2 50. Shares in proportion.
Certificates of Packages of Wholes, $32, Halves
$16, Quar. $8.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED, 24, FOR SEPT. 17.
3 Prizes of $25,000.3 Prizes of 6,000 3 of 4,000
3 of 2,250, 20 of 1000-100 of 200-'63 of 100, &c
Tickets $10. Shares in proportion.
rtificates of Packages of 25 Wholes 148, Halves
74, Qua'rers 37.
Bel Air, Class 18, for Selpt. 20.
Prize of $.0,0,00 is $20,OO0
1 " 0,00.is 10,Q00
- 5.000 is 5,000
20 " " 601).are 12;000
A 00 of 100, 200 of.75; &c., &c. -
Tickets $5. Sliaz:es in poetiuon.
Patapsco, 254, for September 23,
1 Prize of $6,.50 is $6,850
S Prizes of 1,300 are 10,000
8 . 11,000 are 8,000
103 " $200, 40, &c., &c.
Tickets $2. Shares in proportiOn.
Certificate of Package (if \\ holes $35, Halves $17J
Bel Air, Class 19, for Sept. 27.
1 Prize of $24.000 25 Prizes of $600
4 1 " 4.0010 25 " " 300
8 " " 2.00 253 " " 115
65 Prizes of $50, 65 of $40, 30, 20, &c..
Tickets $5,00. Shares in propt.rtion.
Certifiantes of Pac.kages cost 26 Wholes $74, 26
Halves $37, 26 Quarters 18), 26 Eighths 9.
Patapsco, Class 260, for Sept. 30.
1 Prize of $9,000 is $9,000
- 1 " 3,000 is 3,000
1 " - 1,500 is 1,500
'25 " " 60 are 1,500
25 " " 40 are 1.000 -
100 " " $30, $400 of &c.
Tickets $2 50. Shares in proportion..
Certiecte of Packages cost 26 Wholes $30, i
Halves $15, 26 Quarters 7k.,
Te Lotteries in M1aryland re .awvn under 4
hority of the State by SworajomiSioner~s ele -
rirl per-ple. One Ptk*s'Of steabofe
Lotteries may draw the 4 highest Prizes..
All Lotteries are answered by return mail, and
the Oficial Pritntedl Drawings with a written expla
natin sent immediately the result is over.
When convenfientt send a draft, as most secure.
romt the very itmmense number of Priz~es sold by
us reently, we are fully justified in sayimg, that it
order to, obtain a Good- Prize, it is only necessary to
address a line to - EMORY & CO.
154. Pratt St., Baltimore, Sid.
Auust 31 .- tf 33
State of South Carolina,
BY U1. T. WRIGHI 2, Esq., Ordinary of Edge
Whres,1leasant Searles, has applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and sin
gular the goods and chattles, rights and credits
f Augustus Ar; Harmon, late of thie'District
aforesaid, deeet. toct.n amns l
Tese are, therefore,toieanad nihal
nd singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
-Ordinary's Court for the said District,
r.2wod C. HI., on the 12th
:r onv why
B H.T. WRIGHT, Esqr., Ordinary of
Whereas, John WV. Bledsoe, has applied to me
fr Letters of Administration, Ont all and sin
gular the goods and chattles, rights anud credits
of John Holstein,.late of~ the District,aforesaid,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonisht all
and singular, the kitndred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 9th
Iday of Sept. next, to showv cause, if any, why
the said administration should nut be granted.
Given under tmy hand'and seal, this 28th day of
August in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-three, and int the 78th
year of American indelsendence.
-H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Aug 31 i2t 33
S ebyTimecly Notice
IS beeygiven to all *who may b'e indebted t~
i cby open accout, that unless paymenit u:
made, or other satisfactory arr tngements, the sam'
-will be placed in the bands of an attorney for cot
have on hand at this time, a VERY LARGI
and WELL SELECTED
Stock of all articles
usually kept in my line, which wiil be sold on res
gowable terms FOR Alkit . ing the system
sa adopt in my futurd b NER
Hamburg, Aug 22 3t 32
A FIN E STOCK omhand udnow being mad
for the Fall Trade, .aext door to SuuavAs.
Aug 24 tf .32
STo Boot and Shoe iYakers.
T rWO First rate BOOT MAKERS and FIV
.good PEG WORKMEN will finid oonstat
employment, next door to SUU~r.vAS's.
R. T. MIMS.
-7 ITFine Boots and Shoes of all descriptiol
made to order.
EAug 24 tf 32
I S H EREBY given to all persons indebted to t~
Estate of Edmund lioyd, dec'd., to make :i
~-gmediate pay ment, and those havinig demands again
the said Estate, will render them in properly atteste
.JAS. & TANDY BOYD, Ex'rs.
Dec 8 ly1
COLUMBIA, A uc. 11th, 1853.
EGAL NOTICE having-been given of an ap
.-plication for a Charter of a Plank Road from
or near Edgefield C. H. to-Cheatham's, the follow
ing-persons are herebyappointed Conimissioners for
th:purpose of-openingtW_ Books foisaubscripiions
to the CaplzalStoek of.tlie Coinpanii.ecording o
ibe yi'lfd.i s dfti"' Act to lfleorp&Jate di e'aldi
soeietiisand Companies and to revive iand amend
eertain Charters heretofore granted," viz:
At-Edgfield C. 'H.-S. F. - Goode, Jas. Shep
pard and A. Simikins.
'T>At.Cheatham's.-John. Cheatham, M. E. Io!
lingsworth and D. 1). Brunson.
The-Books to be opened on Thursday, 15th Sep
tember, and to remain open one week.
Given iader my hand and the seal of ths State.
JOHN L. MANNING.
Aug21 . 4t 32.
Plank Road Notice.
T PUlSUANCE of the above appointment the
-.l...Bpk .ill be opened.:at -Edgegeld C. H., on
-TI URSDAY. 15th September next, for the sup
seription.. of EIGHTEEN THOUSAND IOL
.LA R?, the C4pitaltock, for building the above
mnenitioned road"irr Shares of e(20) 'Tweniy.:-D o
lars esch. Five Dollars to be paid on each- share
'subieriW -in Cash. _'Tho.B1ooks will be- kept. open
S. F. GOO0E,
JAMES SHEPPARD, Commlii
ARTHUR SLSIK INS.
A ngust 24 4t . 32
Plank Roid Notice..
PUSU ANCE of .the aboiv appointment thg
Bookswill be opene'dsit. Johnu- Chenthiq'sifon
TH 0RgDAYz.15th:S pteihr URxi, for th I sub
scription' f ElG TEEN TJ - -I .
LaR ,tliesijsbbok -
mentioned rd in shares of (
lars each. Five dollrAio b
ubsr~bed 'iii Cash'. ~Thiook:
for. one wek.'
D. D. -B'R!JLWS.N
. Episcopal Femalk
AT GLENN SPRINGS.
AVING purelased the we l-knovn Property,
G LF.XN SPaIos, _the undersigned, propose.to
open there a llIGH SCilOOL for Young Ladies,
on the First of February.1854
No pains 'will be spared 'to secure an. effidit
or'ps of Instructors, and to nfike the. Institution
equal in every respect to the very best in the land.
A Prosaectus will liortly be issued eonininog.the
usual particulars, as to Terms, Sessions.. &c.
THOS. S. ARTI- UR,
J. D. McCULLOUGI.
A ug 17 20t -23
Boarding, and Day School!
r HE IIOARI)[NG & DAY SCHOOL of Mrs.
Ij. MCuT40Cm will open on Monday the 15th
August next. Sie is also.repared to Board young
July20 . 7t 27
9 MOST Stuperior DOUBLE 0 UJNS, lamanated
4e steel barrels, bar box, turn-off guards, box fur
niture, steel escutchseon'd, waterproof. Price $125,
ever offered before.in this market. Tlhic mtvv,., .
GOOD1" S'rorsing Gun," would do well to cull and
see them. They WILL give satisfaction.
Patent Leather Gun-Cases, Gun Bags. Shot Bags,
Poder asnd Blowing Horns and Powder Fla.sks,
Perussioni Caps of every quality, Dosg Calls~ and
Collars, Decoy Ducks, and last thou.gh nt least, a
few (just the correct size) "Pocket Companions,"
for the occasions.
The above just received and will be sold on .most
reasonable termis by
ROBINSON & JACKSON.
THmburg,- Aug 8 tf -30'
A Superior Tract. of Land
3 HIE Subscriber oftfers for' satle one of the muos
I valuable Tracts of Land in Geo.rgia, lying in
Lincolnton County, on the Savannah Rliver andi
Soap Creek, (opposite A bbeville and Edgutield and
within five or six msiles of Dorn's Msine,) containing
Eighteen hundred and fifty Acres,
Of which a part is first rate river and creek low:
grounds. There arc seven or eight hundred acres
in woodi, fn.ly timbered, consisting of White. Red,
Fatory there is in the county, anu in CUonuuna .u
tho River niakes ii more valuable. --
- Minerals of differepft kinds have been found on
ther premises, viz: Gold, Iroti, Alum, &c.
To an approved purchaser, a -liberal credit will be
given. Apply to the uidersigned, wvho will taske
plasure in shuwing the ~ premlises whenever called,
on. W. R. CANTE~LON,
Lincolaton, Lincoln Co., Ga.
Aug 17 tf . 31 -
A LL Persons indebted by Note or Acount to
i.thie lati N. L. Griffin, Esq., are irequested to
pay the same, and. those having 'demands against
deceased to reader an account thereof to the Un
dersigned. ' M. L.- BUNIIA M,- A dm'r.
July 20 3m 27
O~SEPH ABNEY, Esq., is my authorizcd A gent
d- and Attorney to collect and receive all- monies
due e, in my absence from -the Village, and to
ake settlements. WM. B. MAYS.
Aug17 -tf . 31
Pickles ! Pickles !
A S the season has arrived for Housekeepers to
iin ake their Pickles, please call and get your
LL~ those indebted to the estate of Willan
G aret, ee'., rerequested to makie pay
ment forthwith, and t'hose having demands againn
siid estate will render them in properly attested
taocording to law.
-WM. G. HAMMOND, ~
~' Febg THOS. GARRETT.
BEFORE me J. M. Nprris arMagistraite in an
for the District of Edgefid, South Carohna
to by Moses Holstein, an estray horse. Said hurst.
y a dark chesnut sorrel, with the right eye out, a sema
st white spot in the forehead,-suppOSed to be abli
d. fourteen or fifteen years old, and appraised 'at-thirl
dollars. .J. M.-NORRIS, M.f .ED
In~g u l 30, 1853.i Imam . 29
REv. C. &RAYMONa -lAL plROT. 0i
NA-r.HISOryjNA , v iZirCirtkrs-rari
REV. W1. CH.RIS1Y %i' HP MST LA NGUA
GES ANb NAii'rEATsic5
.xss HELEN MUNT
Miss HELEN.RAYM -
Mits S. A.R'AYMO W\D! pTRAenz
3Miss HELEN RAYIO Cj4.MNU3c..
Drutoinsg, Painting r ne nguq es
are aAs e gM
T H Third adermeyer l eC mne on
The wljoll iumbeis i I nee -
ring the .past year ias bU en.
The next .Seion wiIfi-enm' Nwi
increased faciliti.fua ins es
First, f the very
building.whi-have. be aa g:the presit
Secondly, Of the purVof aeid
Philosophidal and Glioin nI
cost of, which .wsb* a 4a been
added.o thdaleqyinr -
Thirdly fif fdilfN e'.1 i
Fourthly,4AdditidIs ~nvo thieh, tif
.In Organ for ihe pre e ne arr ow
There will al*d be o tion wit ti
nstitte &PERnAN d( 0Ues
For this pur kdlik'-14 an.auo0
ansion, forrnee .ow . dgjo .,ie
ha been enre ,by hi
er of Pui P an ]WuivU i e I o t
of a well reguintil lId
lnihi6id ithe6inl ri APer
eeers. Ther~In afef
itn, VIsiting3 : it In
- r%; iand anyaireet o9j e m,.~t iaf 4v
-* -.hln uil e -j4 I
T - ylno take pleasure irecomnmendip to rne
pr ..s of the School the7 -.Y.. Cns-r' 'of
.abamar a Presbytitrian -.- rgyimanl, a .genitlemuan
ith whom they are perso paequamnted. Mr. .C.
rings withf him rae quall eqs, *ripe e.xperwee,
md thebst redammdiJI13 Iiis accept aneeof
tbu y~osition ofi'red'himn iirf -Institute, ttseyise
>nvinced will add iery-m 1its.. strength nd
erits. The Arstnly'et be chosen: in the Miu
mil Department will be uired .t *possiss the'
.The Zedimial yenris ided into three Sme
sns of 14 wek eachy - re -nre two .yacationus,
ne ist the-time of the Chrlmeaholidays,.ttand one
i August and September
xpenses per Se of 14. Weeks.
Colleg'ate Departtment .. .. - $i5,00
Aeailt ime do.. . ........- .12,00
Primnry do - $7,00 and $5,00
Pupild uslng the-Phi jhical Apparatus, are
c ilrged xtrna.2,00 p ie sn And il Pupils
re charged 0 etfs acd . be r contingencies.
SD Exrtrai n-.ces.
AMusic....... . . --- 1800
A ngust S, 1853. tf 30
NWe Mouralfig Goods !
NOW EN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
) have this day.received r stealer rom New
orkLaupin's sup'er. bik LLY und MOUSE
.lNE EL A SIN ES, W
-Plain blnek ALPACAS Canton CI.OTIIS of
New patterns bik and w ~G1NGHIAMS,
do o do .ish PRINTS,
Lrdis'. plain CIEM12 0 ES-andUNdE
SLE VES, with Linen CO RS. and CUFFS,
in setts for fouriing, -
- White and bik Crape COL RS,.of varied pat
erns and very desirable aty
Jneonet Muslin EDGIdd and INSERlTJNGS
f the latest designs id :No .beautiful work arid
atterns ; to all .pr which' enist rispectfully in
ite the attention of the publ~ *3
August 15 - 3
~ THE Sul&eriber respectfully in
e of the best guality ue. -- . ,. e
regard to expense ' r, troulble~n getting them.
1ke will have. market regu larly every morning
until further notice. '}lis riees wuill be as mtoderate
as circumstances will admit.
g- Settlements. illr bee equi ry Mon
day evening. . A~ ~~&~
August 17.- -d
T H ERE will bea -sale f allihe ~rcety, rpa1
and peonal, .of thejate Dr. . CnA P sAN
at the. residence of the daif H~iSA
the 1et Stepteinber, co odae lock A.
al~, consitng of ~ '
Four Lik1el es,
George, A dam, 'add on ~m~and 1iild, one
h orse and- Buggy, a n o eiie
Books; Iousehold'and1i.e . ~i~iture, Plata.
tion Tooili, and Stoek;&e. ~
Tziais.-On a dridit'of Ie monthi, iwith in:
terest from the day df sale ~an jui-chisers giving
their noteswith a'pproved:-ii es. - All sums o
$500 and under to be paid iin ai,
1f the terms of-salesarenot~mplied with, in'an:
instance, the propert)'wilL$doeg at the risk e
the first purchase'r'
August 17 -~l S1 t 'M N -lmor
g- The Newbery S ~~el will please cop
"'a A..,. -..u,.s-pue~n every othi
*necessary out building, 411 ofwhiihare new.
There is also on the pre.ises-an excellept SA~
M-L For further parde8~ apply to
M -L MUfELPOSEY.
June 29 23
.A.G. T ~ rpepetftly a
L nunces to the and Gentlemen
Ede41lViag thate minenoid D)RAV
l Je has a serlor mid d~uilh ii
ejicious and healthy js1 'urtI&
i unn 8 'A -
g~ EER t coi~O~, l printeil oft t
~best of papei- or ua e tbh Office, for Cdl
GO ODS A T00-ST,
N order to.prepare for achange I intend to make
in my business, on the first of October next, 1
vill sell from and after this date my
Entire Stock of Goods.
Without any reservation at COST!
The Stock is ENTIRELY FRESH, alving been
bought this Spring at close prices, and is composed
principally of Spring and Summer Goods, all' of
which I now offer, without any sort of humbugery,
AT COST. LOD HILL.
July 13, 1853. tf 26
dgefield Female Academy,
R EV. N. ALbRI C respectfully announ
ces to 'hii fornxer patrons and to -the.:public
jei4rniy iat ho will open on tihe first Monday in
ii iext; a SCHIOOLFOR YOUNG LA
biswesen residence,iand wilvuld hiplaelf
peparedT to receive into his faniily-tlie clilhrei of
- 0 euch parents as may be desirous of having them
*unddtis immediate care. -
The.f usal:ranches taught in Female Seuminaries
wll dpirbuedin this, and every care will be taken
*o advagod tie'Sh6lars in the various deparitments
The Ter'ns of Tuition are.the same as. they were
I the Young Ludiis Boarding and Dak'Sehool.
August 1 -.0 . tf 30
D1!!-LL&S T OVA LL r
WARE14OOSE AND GROCERY
Al Cotton o us willi e
r flIx -Firrmo B inz &i Coq.ving
ben disso-vd nn,t- - of jine -t, the
SubsCr 4l em th latfie l will co tinue
heW E0. GRQ RY BUSI.
NES's adheisame iv ion Sa-ds ( ore on
'Brad. S~eett d isite the Pri.Rats IILfflow
. ,andWP use.ouGampbelh4g) whedMa
ans ofthlate i an d aia on id .
t N-of r deemeisqu a
!ki ~ t u&ie thy feV
a crnd e C u iSt w
For other particulars see first advertisement.'
In the Classiea' Department, 'per Session of five
In the .higher. English Branches........ 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 'aesire that exor1.itance of price shall be
no.hindrance to any one's reaping the advantages
f thii Instittition.
R. T. MIlMS,
. ARTHUR SIMKINS.
GEO. A. ADDISON,
May 18 t f 18
STATE OF S'IUH CAHOLINA,
John Marsh and wife..
ny'b vlralAna a writ of Fieri F:
Aug3 5t 29
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
vs. Fi. Fa.
BY Virtue of the Fi. Fa' in the above case
iI shall proceed to sell on the first Monday
in September next, at Edgefield C. H., One
Badk Mule and Cart, levied on as the property
of ithe Defendanot,
Tem Cs.LEWIS JONES, S. E. D.
August 17 3t 31
* Sheriff'> Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Gilford Wailer, Survivor,
wVmu. H. Moss, Jr.
-Other Plaintiffs .
EDGEtIELD. Dibixi .?
'Y. H. .T...WRIGHT, Esquir~e Ordinary of
-Whereas Wade Glover, has apiplie~d to inc
for'ILetter-s 'of'Administrattion,' de bonus .no,
n all and singlar the woods and chattels, rights
and- credits-of Henry 6ox, late of. .the District
and State aforesaid, deceased.'
These tare, therefore, to cite and adgmonish all
and singular, the kindred and ceditors' of the
aid de-eeased, to be and appear..before mc,
ur next Ordinarf s Court for the'rid District,
to 'be holden at Edgefield C. House, on the 5th
day of Sept.- nexct,.to showv .eanwse, itf any, wh
the said administrattion' shliud not lie granted.
*Given unider my hand und seal,'this 22d day
of August, in the year our of Lord one thou.
sand eight .hmndred and fifty-three, and itt.the
seventyeighth 'year of American in'dependence.
H. T.. WRIGHT, o. E. D.
Aug 24 2 - '. 32.
(ARRIAGE -and BUGGY HARNESS,
WJ'agon'Harness, Double and Single..
Riding Bridles,'Pianitationi Bridles, Collars, &c.
Manufactured of good mnaterialanma by good work'
mn, next door to J. B. ScoJva.
ROBERT LANIER, Ad:n'or.
OC't 20 tf- , 40
- . Notice.
ALL. Persons indebted to the Estate of C. A
.t.Glover, dee'd., are reqluested to make imme
diate payment,'and those having demands againt
said estate, will present theta properly attested.
JOHN RAINSFORD, Adm'r.
Sept 22 . t 36
- - Notice..
ANDREW RAMSEY, the, 'authorized Aget
is').of the Edgefilad Odd Fellows 'and Masoni
uIlding .A'oeatidnl will'eall upon the Stockholde'
whifiave dot paiid their first itistalnient, for the 1I
instalment.of 10 per cent on.. their 'Stock-and
alsoauthoried to receive additional subscriptionsi
e the capital Stock.
V A. G. TEAGUE, President.
CORNER KING AND WENTWOI
IMPORTATION OF I
LADIES,.GENTS, and CHILDREN'S' HC
SIERY AND GLbVES, in ail the desirabi
'dyles of this maket,
Ladies' Engl. and German White Cord Cotto
Gent's..English and Flanders Half Hose,
FINEBL'KSUMMER CASSIMERE,62 cti
Black Drub D'Eie, 62-, 76'et and S''pei yad
Spring Tweed Cassimere, at 75 ets. worth- I
8-4 BROWN TABLING DAMASK, 37-cti
2 yds wide French-Tabling for DessertClothe
Fine Damask Doylies.at.$1 per dozen.
Damask Napkins, at $2 per dozen.
Huckaiek French and Scotch-T6ivels, at $),26
2' yard-a wide heavy.Scotch Damask -Tabling,
* SUMMER BO
SUPER. BLACK BOiBAZINES, EXPI'ES
LY FOR~ SUMMER -WEAR, -
Fine Black Chally, Lupin's Manufacture, -
Wide-Black Marceline Silk for Dresses,
onrning Musliij, 12jet6.
YARD WIDE LONG CLOTHS AT 6T s.
enry Blrown:Hodespun-fpi-Shirting,.at 61sets.
Manchester.Striped ShIrting4or-egrof ak6i
Blue and Striped Homespuu for Negroer
3b5itV.usr -Sn I LT5fBRNbL 5
t ienih Gin ghat Jr
HE SUBSCRIBERS having refittett
KINDS OF WORK at short no'0".
Sash, Blinds, Dou-:.
)f the best quality, and at reasonable priet
)RNAMENTAL WORK, such as
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, MAN
Yhich'Tor style and finish are unsurpassed. Al
seasoned Lunber, Floring, V
Also, WORKING PLANES, DESIGNS am
W- All Orders will receive prompt attentiur
Augusta, Ga., July 20
Steam Mill for Sale,
TITE Hamburg and Edgefield Plank Road Com
pany offer for sale their VA LUA BLE STEAM
,lLL, now in operation about tenniles from Ham
urg. The Engine is of Thirty Horse Power, buil
av Messrs. Hlunston, Green & Co., Providence, R.
I., and ha~s one of Pitehers' Patent Hydraulic Reg
nutors attached. - The Mill 's 6itted up with one of
L. K~ilerease, dee <t., wml piease -... .w -
ayment. Those hav'ing demands will present then'
properly attested for payment.
D. J. GILCUR IST, Adm'r.
Deec11 -tf 48.
A PPLICATION will be made to the Legislaturi
of South Carolina, at its next Session to amend
the Charter af the Hamburg and Edgefield Plabl
July z2 t f 26
S THEREBY given, that application will be mad
.at the next Session of the Legislature, to char'
ter the road now healing from Martin .McCarty's or
the Ridge Road, to Jackson Holmes' on the Lowei
Columbia Road, theire to intersect the Roads leadmnl
to Ilhamburg, Graniteville and Aiken.'
A ugust 3 3m .- 29
IS H EREBY given that application will be mad
to the next Session oaf the Legishature, for an tie
to incorporate the Bethleham Camp Grouu-4 u
-A ugust 3 3m . 2
luda River. Thle said l(erry h1as..oeen chartered if
the last three years.. The Road to.ran. from tl
Terryto' Mount Enon, from theitee to intersect l~
iginsi' Perry Road near Thios. Coleman's.
dgefield Distriet, July 6 - 3m- '25
LLt Persons, indebted to .8.' -E.' Bowans.-'
- BOWERs &5 HiLT,:will -please come forwai
and make paymen&-as. we intend selling Goods
future FOR CASHI
SWe lhav'e just received a full supply of 'Far
iyGroceries which we would be glad to'sell LQ'
oa CNsH. '. BOW ERS & HILT.
H amburg, May-4 t f. .6
-On hand and for .Sale
A. SUPERIOR.Lot of WINESand LIQUORh
Lwhiich will be sohld in. untiti'es of.Three G
lons, or more, by - . M.' NICHOL AS.
July 6th,;- tf"- ' 2
TS Thereby given,' that-applicationl Will'~i-ma~
.Lgifi next-Session of the.-Legislature, ti. Char
Boswelh,-and inter'secti'ng More's road, ieari'I
A LL those indebted to the Estate of W.
2.Walling, dee'J., are requested to settle
soon as possible, and these having claims will rea
them in iinmediately, properly attested.
CHARLES H AMMOND, Ex'ol
Jan'19 tf 5
-Extra Fine Chewing.
TUST received a few Boxes of EXTRA Fl
J OHE WING TOBACCO, the celebrated "
houn Brand," manufaictured expressly for thei
e srber. G. L. PENN, AGEN
is India Cholagogue.
o Nunfailingremnedy for FEVER and AUG
.C.A supply on hand, and for sale by
G. L PENN, AGE,
S A -uta 24 ti
LTH-8TREETS8 C LE O1~SC
[OSIE1 * A IN wv
INFANIT'LAC OP S
e _-Bo's' Stied HalfHaose,
n n its' lisle Thied 3-4 Hl",N
IBoys' Rz~uddm piw 34H 2
Swall lotBoYs' and! nantho4
I.-20G ART 9~~) N
Brown'D~ J kmene
FreneLin iv k f e 19,81
Long Lan sir i "
Irish Ianon Shirz6ig
FOGA RTH D
Black CmapeDeParia -
Black Baregear. - S
Bacitu Ca t ^
ASS OLOT Ac.
..,ention is paid to al -descriptiopn of .& 1
TLES, ARCH ITRAVES &C.,&Q -
o, constantly on hand
Feather Boarding, Ceilig
I SPECIFICATIONS foi Buildings..
WOOD & SUDDA1WS:
State of SoutiCarolina
IN COMMON PLZA&' -
.W ILLIAMI bl. MM NSwo-ai
by virtue ofwa riio' Cai a
at the suiti of John'E. for'a inlld' .- e
Ofico together *itl: a- igidlfiklt
estate and effects, his petitierr to thai Cgort~oCm
STATE -OF 'SOUTH CAROLI NA:
. $DGEFIELD DISTRICT.
-IN COMMNPLE4S$ -
IOHIN .D. KING; who is nc;w in the Cusitodyfoi
tthe-Sheriff of Edgefieid Distriet, byAnirtue of.L a
Writ of. Capias ad Satiufaciendun,. at the suit ofr
Thoas J. Lattier, having filed' in Iny ,Offiee, to -
gether with a Schedule on oath, of hiw 'tatte aind
efreets, his~ patition to-the C'ui-t-of C(ommonV~ Ph.eas
prayizig that he may bie 10mitited to the beefif
the Acts of-the General-Auenmly1.made for theL-,
relief of insolvent debtors. - It is ordered, that .tiw
said Thomas J1. l.atne'r. and all 'othrrei-arediters~' 4'
whom the said John D. Eing is'in anyfise indebt .
ed, and they are hereby. summonedmind hvn
tiee to appear before the, said. Cour'tit: Ileield' C.
11., on thae1stMondlay-in Ot. next vegn soneptli "~sC
convenient day'to be set apart an. appgmnted, dnrmn
the sitting (If the said Coutrt'to litow cause, if -umy
they can,- why the' pwye/'ofrtlie . id' petitionri
aforesaid should not'begranited. 2- -. +
dl.cerk's Officue. 85. 75liI~
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROI'4
r said Darling J. Walke~~ 1 ogud cX~it -
e woni the said Oltver Sipsr sn ny*se ju .'
e debtel, and thiey-r a r 4~
6tutie t'Q apiear bcfoidth'e sid C btft E
Court House'enthigC1ldiY -'U Qtobr.iuix~
- Or-on -some other~ozeneeni) ob.btpr~~td
appointed during-itie-:sttn ft, a~~~it
show edese, if an3'tidy^ian w
r aid petition'aforPgis'ul nterdtd' '
. Clerk's.01eeJnm28 "
- DGEF1Eik DSurTb~
-IN CO6h1 k?02 -
S by virtite of'a writ o~T5 4~ u
at the suit- of.
r- -that sh si y a$ 4i-tq S
on are4 on44t
re. . noirhsmoE,
- THOSW.tB CO0,
erk's-Offieo, .July 1 I53. . -3adeRA
TATE OF SOUT 'di@N~
EDGEFIELD' DISTRI ,~
. -IN COMMON PLEAS.
w. fARTIN hlEDLOCK whom is now in the
as M tedy of the Sheriff' of Edgefil.a Disry4~i
der virtue of a Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum,4
the suit of John A. Addison, hatviing filed in my -
..Office, together with a Sehedule on oath of his es
tate and efreects, his Petition to the Court of Comt
-- mon Pleas, pirayinig that he may be admitted to tho
benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly, made
for the relief of insolvent debtors It Is ordere4,
NE that the said John A. Addison, and all .other,
al the creditors to whom the said hlar'tin Miedloek-k
lub- in any wise indebted, be andi thty ars:heb sun
r . moned and have notjee to appear befortiq said
- Court at Edgefield Court Hopes, on tMieadag the
4th day of October next, toilio cause, If any te
UE can why the ryeof the Petition aforceala shea
not begrmnte. - .
12. Clerk's OfficE, June 8 1