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State of South Carolina,
-. IN EQUITY.
Benjamin Tillman and others,
vs. ' Bill for At.
James F. Adams and his wife count, Sale 4
Tabitha, Ex'ors. of Jonathan Distribution..
BY Virtue of an order from Chncelloriard.
law in this case, I shall proceed to sell, on
the premises formerly owned by Jonathan Till
man deceased, upon the 13th day of December
next, the following Real and Personal Estate:
One Tract of Land (very valuable) situated
on Horn's Creek and Ray's Creek, in this Dis
trict, about five miles South of Edgefield Court
House, and containing by old survey SIX HUN
DRED- AND' SEVENTY-ONE Acres. This
tract lies adjoining lands of Mrs. Susan A.
Roper, -Estate of Sampson B. Mays deceased,
Whitfield and Allen Addison, John Rainsford
and Dr. Edward J. Mims. Upon it are about
sixty-five or seventy Acres of choice low
grounds, near one hundred and fifty Acres of
first rate-oakand hickory woodland, about three
hundred Acres of cleared Land, (all under good
fencing,) the balance being grown up in pine
thickets. On the premises are two very good
dwelling houses (one of them newly repaired)
and all needful outbuildings in very good condi
An acre, embracing the Family Burial ground,
will be the only reservation as to the land.
I will also sell at the same time and on the
same place the following superb gang of ne
groes, viz: Isaac, Ned, George, Henry, Jim,
Abram, Wade, Nancy, Charlotte, Sarah and her
child Vincent, Justice and her two children
Emma and Mary, Joanna and her four children
William, Rose, Phillis and Jacob. Out of this
family Dearly every purchaser can be suited.
There are among them a good shoe-maker, a
skilful wagoner, and, best of all, several excel
lent cooks. Of the number, there are eleven
I will also sell on the same occasion all the
household and kitchen furniture, five head of
mules and three head of horses, the stock of
cattle, sixteen head of sheep, a lot of hogs, one
wagon, one carriage, .ne set of blacksmith's
tools, one set of carpenter's tools, the present
crop of corn, fodder and shucks, cotton-seed
&c.. &c.. &c.
Terms of Sale. The land will be sold on a
eredit of one and two years from the day of
sale, purchaser being required to give bond to
secure the purchase-money, with at least two
good sureties. The negro slaves and other
personalty will be sold on a credit of twelve
months from day of sale, bonds and ample
So much of the purchase money of the land
and negroes as will be required to defray the
expenses of this suit must be paid down at the
time in cash.
Purchasers are also to pay for titles.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Wilson Abney, Administrator.,
John L.. Dobey and W. P.~ Bill for Ir
Trotter, junction, Se
Jl .curity, Relief.
Joel P3. Hill.
IY Virtue of an Order from Chan. DARGAN,
- in this case, I shall proceed to sell at
* Edgefield C. H., on the first Monday in Decem
ber next, so much of the property, described
below, as will be required to satisfy a bond of
.the defendant, Joel P. Hill, given to the Com
missioner of this Court in -the penal sum of
eighteen thousand six hundred and twenty
dollars, nine thousand three hundred and ten
dollars (besides interest) being .the amount due.
upon the bond.;
SUnder, the order, I sh'all:-offer ror sale the.
followin ero iz Big Eliza, Lucy, Dorey,
Is vi Sa, l,- taey,'Judy. Joe, House
~i44l~ giza, Maria, Betty, ymmna and her
<Iant soa, as also the increase of said~negroes/'
ifany there has been since othe -order wa b
-fthe proceeds of the s'ale of the said ne
groes sh'all be insullicient to satisfy and pay the
atforesaid Bond of Joel P.Hill, wilalso offer
for sale onthe same day aTraetof Land, com
monly called the " Old Gavin Pow Place," con
taining eight hundred and eight acres, miore or
- less, situated in Edgefield Distriet, on Mine
Creek and Dr Creek, waters of Little Saluda,
and bounded bylands of Jehu WVeaver, Eldred
Mobley, Kit Bushy,-James Rodgers, Sr., George
Bell and others.
Terms of~ sale, Cash.
-A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Novi 5t 42
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA,
Uriah and Caleb Inabnit,)
- s. Bill for Partition.
Jos. Etheredge and others.
B Y Virttre of an Order from Chan. WAnD
LAW in this case, I will proceed. to- sel'l at
the late residence of Mrs. Catherine Inabnit, in
this District, on Thursday, the 1st of December
next, the following~ real estate, viz:
A Tract of Land containing five hundred and
and fifty acres, more or less, situate on the Sa
hla~ side of this Distriet, upon the waters of
Cloud's Creeke ani West Creek, adjoining lands
of Jeremy WVise, Uriahb Inabnit and others.
This Land will be sold uponi one and two
year's credit,. payable in two equal annual in
stalments, with iterest upon the hist instal
meat from and after the expiration of one year
from the day of sale.
Purchaser to give Bond with ample surety to
secure the purchase money. Costs of this suit
to be paid in Cash, and titles to be paid for.
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E. D.
Nov. 2, 1853. St 42
O Ntesame day with the sale above adver
tsdby the Commissioner, I will sell at
the same place the entire personalty of Cathe
rine Inabnit, deceased, consisting of
Nine Likely egroes,
Stock of all kinds, Household and Kitchen
Fnrniture, Corn, Cotton, Fodder, Cotton-seed,
&e., &c. JOS. ET HEREDGE, Ad'or.
Nov2 5t 42
State of South Carolina,
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
A. Simnhina, UuarJ. ad Ti em.
O N Motion of MOBAGNE, Solicitor for Plain
tiffs, it is Ordered, That the Creditors of
H-enry Cox, dec'd., do render their claims into
the Commissioner's hande by the first Monday
in December next, so that their demands may be
ascertained and adjsted.I
A. SIMKINS, C. E. E.D.
Comm'rs Office, Sept 20. l1.t 36
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of A bram
-.l Kilerease, dee'd., will please make immediate
payment. Those having demands will present them
properly attested for payment.
D. J. GILCIIRIST, Adm'r.
Dec 11 tf 48
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of IR. Platt
Bifrunson, dec'd., arc respectfully notified to
make immediate payment, and those having. de.
mands-against said estate will present them forthwith,
SUSEN M. B3RUNSON, A dm'ix.,
- ROBERT LANIER, Adm'or.
Oct 20 if 40
A PPLICA TION will be made at the next Ses
sion of the Legislature to. re-Charter the Town
of Edgefield S. C.
July .3m 2
White Lead, Linseed-Oil,
LAMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAN-.
NERS OIL, for sale next door to SUwLvaN'S.
Au2 .,t9 f 32
Valuable Land for Sale.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale a VALUABLE
TRACT OF LAND, containing -
One Thousand and Forty-Six Acres,
Lying on Cuffeetown Creek, in Edgefield _District, a
one and a hilf miles East of Liberty Hill, in an in
telligent and pleasant neighborhood-within two
miles of Bethany Academy, (a flourishing and per
manent School) and nine milks, over a tine road,
of. the upper terminus of the Plank Road from
Edgefield C. H. to Cheatham's,and within less dis
tnce of the contemplated route of the Savannah
River Valley Rail Road.
There are but few places possessing equal advan
tages with this for agricultural purposes. About two
hundred acres of the Land is first qualitied Creek
and Branch bottoms-half of which is in cultiva
tion. About Four hundred acres is Red Land,
smnilar to the Lands abost Cambridge-producing
Cotton, Corn and Oats, equal to any clay lands
and for Wheat it can not be excelled, having been
known to produce npwards of 30 fold. The
balance is sandy, admirably adapted to the produc
tion of Cotton. The range for Stock is fine, and
for hogs especially is not surpassed. The Planta
tion is well ditched and under good fencing.
On the premises are a fine large Dwelling. near
ly new, with eleven rooms, large framed Kitchen
and Cook's house, with brick chimneys-Smoke
H1ouse, Meal Room,. Store Room and Dairy-Ten
Negro Houses, built within the lastfive or six years,
with good rock and brick chimneys-Good Gin
House, Screw. Fan, &e.
Persons residing in Abbeville, Newberry, or the
Lower or Eastern part of this District, who desire
to purchase Land would do well to look at this
before buying, as it can be bought for half the price
similar lands sell fior in those sections.
The improvements could not be pnt on the place
for the price asked.-l bought low and will sell low
before I make arrangements to cultivate it another
year. S. S. TOMPKINS.
Edgefield C. IT., Oct. 3, 1853. tf 38
l' Abbeville Banner, Independent Press nnd
Newberry Sentinel, will copy four times and for
ward account to S. S. T.
Land for Sale.
T I E Subscriber offers for sale his Plantation
Six Hundred Acres.
This Tract is situated on Payse's Creek, three
miles East of the Pine House. It is well timbered,
and good water abounds throughout the Plantation.
There are on the premises a comfortab!e Dwell
ing House, Kitchen, Negro Houses, and every other
necessay out building, all of which are new.
There is also on the premises an excellent SAW
MILL. Fur further particulars apply to
June 29 tf 23
Splendid Farm for Sale!
T H1E Subscriber offers for sale her valunble set
.tlement, known as EVERGREEN, situated
in Anderson District, S. C., 12 miles South-west
of the Town of Anderson, and four miles east of
the Savannah River. This p!ace comprises Eleven
Hundred Acres, Seven hundred of which is in fine
Woodland, One Hundred and Fifty Acres of best
Creek Button, mostly in cultivation, and 400 or 500
acres of Upland, all in a good state of culture.
Upon the premises is a neat and substantial Dwel
ling House, Kitchen, Negro Houses, Barn, first-rate
Flouring and Saw Mill,
entirely new, Store-House and other necessary out
This place combines many advantages for an en
terprising man of business. It is situated in a fine
neighborhood, accessible from all points, productive
lands, and as a place of business, equal to any in
the District. Terms made easy to purchasers.
The Subscriber also offers for sale 16 eligible
in the Town of Anderson.
For further particulars apply to the Subscriber at
Evergreen. or to Messrs. Harrison & Broyles, An
derson C. H.
A pril 20 tf 41
Land for Sale !
~HE Tract known as the up'per Cherokee rond,
Lformerly owned by-John Cosby, situated about
Nine miles from Hamburgl on the Plank Road.
The above Tract containia about One Thousand
and Twenty-seven acres, w 11 wooded, and wvithin
convenient distance of Hlanburg and A ugusta.
.The house is well k'no ia a publio house, and
favoilly rbeated for the bt 'ness. :To anjapproved
purhaser, it will be sold ot long time, if desired..
.Apply to . . 1 . KENRICK, Pres't.
.~l & E. Plank Road Co.
Oct5 . tf .38
Beach ISland Land for Sale.
T HlE Subscriber offers att private sale FIVE
LH UNDRED) ACRES of Beach Island Swamp
Land, lying on the River, and adjoining latnds of
Samuel Clark and Janmes T. Gardner, and rented
the present year by James T. Gardner.
A bout 4001 acres of the above Tract are cleared
and well improved. The balance in Cypress and
other swamp timber.
Ternms matde easy to a good purchaser. A pply
to R. BR ADFORD.
Silverton, S. C., May 4 tf 16
Houses and Lots for Sale.
TpHE Undersigned offers his HIOUSE~S and
LTinthe Town of Edgecfield for sale or
rent. Trhe terms are accomnmodating, and a divi
sion of the premises will be miade to suit purchasers.
A pply to Mr. J. B. ScLIuvaN.
W. B. JOHNSON. -
Nov 9 tf 43
FROM the Subscriber, at Mount
Willing, in this Distriet, a COMMON
SIZEDJ SORREL HIORSE. rather of 1
thte Ponecy order. SaidI horse has a
small blaze in his forehead-no other marks by
which he may be distingntished now recolletel.
He was raisedl by .Jncob Sunnnerall, in the Dark
Corner, and it is presumecd that he has made his<
escape to that neighbourhood.t
The Subscriber will give $5 for his delivery to<
Col. Christie. near Edgefield C. H., or $10 if de-t
livered to me at Mt. Willing.
Nov 2 4t 42
A PPLICATION is hereby made in pursuaneo
of an act of the General Assembly passed
Dee. 1850, for a Charter for a Phmnk Road Compa
ny, for the purpose of locating a Plank Road from
Cheatham's, on the Martintuwn Road, to '96 Depot
on the Columbia & Greenville Rail Road. The
route of said road to be as near as practicable to the
common road between the two points, anid the capi
iral Stock to be Forty Thmoustmd Dollars.
Nov 12 ' 5t 43
Er The Charleston Mercury and thte South Care
linian will publish the above daily one month, and
forward their accounts to this onfice.
A LL Perons indebted to the Estate of Willis
Mtoss, dec'd., are requested to make paymentt
by the first day of Dec. next, and those having de
miands to present them properly attested by that
time, or they will be rejected
WIlITFIELD) MOSS, L'or
SOLOM10M MOSS. Exea
Ad iitao' Notice.
A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of John
Anderson, dee'd., are requested to make imo-.
mediate paymnent to the Subscriber. And all per
sons-having demands against said Estate are re
quested to hand them in properly attested to the
Subscriber. J. F. TA LBERT, A dm'or.
Nov 9, 1853. tf 43
Glover, dee'd., are requested to make imme-Pesn netdt h saeo C J
dte payment, and thtose having demands against
said estate, will present them properly attested. d
JOHN RXAI.NSFORD, Adm'r.
Sept22 tt . 36 a
J UST received a beautiful assortment of TOILET.t
BOTTLES, Bohemian and Cut Glass. Also d
tonic Thirty diff'erent kinds of TOILET SO APS, i
and a variety of OILS for the IHair, at " VARIETY
B-e "15BodSreA ugusta, Ga., hy
~ 15 roa Sree, J. A. G UR LEY. *
Sept 5 tf :34 a
Pure Hearts & Sweet Ilearts.
ST Received a fine assortment of fancy Can- ..
Pdies, suitable for Parties and Weddings, with
a variety of Escences Raisins, .Nuts, &e. A t C.
Eammod's new brick Store, River Street. 1Ham.
jmg S. C . S- . E. BOWERS.
Oc19 - f 40
SNEW FALL GOODS,
D. LALLERSTEDT has received at his old
0 stand,.(Corner of Globe Hotel, Broad Street,
Lugusta, Ga.,) a new and complete assortment of
taple and Fancy DRY GOODS, for the Fall
nd Winter trade, consisting in part of
Extra rich colred Brocade Silks,
Do. " " Broken Plaids,
Super super Plain Black Silks,
Do. " Watered and Figured do.
Rich Figured and Plain Parisian DeLanes,
English and Freneh Marenos,
Black and colored Alpaeca,
Super Scotch Ginhams,
English and American Prints,
Furniture Dimity and Fringes,
Merino Cassimere and Jean.,
Bleached and Brown Shirting,
Red and White Flanels,
10-4, 11-4 and 15-4 Bed Blankets,
Negro Blankets, great variety,
Osnaburgs, Stripes and Georgia Plains,
And a full Stock of every thing belonging to the
)ry Goods' trade, to which he invites attention.
A ngusta, Ga.; Sept 19 3m 36
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES.
SNOWDEN , SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.
have just received from New York their fall
upplies of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, comprising
he largest assortment they have ever offered to
he public, and embracing the latest styles of
Adies Dress Goods, among which are
tich Fancy Plaid and Brocade Silk, of the lastest
'u verior Plain and Figured Black Silks, of splen
lid styles; Rich printed Cashmeres and DeLaines,
of new and elegant styles
upin's Plain Colored DeLaines, of the most fash
'mall Figured DeLaines sa Saxony Plaids, of
beautiful styles fur Children's Dresses;
GUpin's Plain French Merinos, a very large assort
nent, anel the most fashionable and desirable colors;
upin's Plain Black French Merinos, of extra
quality for Ladies Dresses;
upin's Plain White MerinOs and DeLaines;
adies French Worked Chinmasetts and Under
sleeves in setts, of new and elegant styles ;
Eadies French Worked luslin Collars, of new
and beautiful styles;
adies Chinmsetts, Underslecres and Collars, for
Mourning, of beautiful styles;
Vorked luslin Edgings and Inisertings, a very
large supply ;
Worked Muslin Bands for Ladies Uundersleeves,
(some very rich styles:)
adies Linen Cambric, French Lawn and Rich
Rich Valenciennes and Thread Lace Edgings and
=uperior Damask Table Cloths and Napkins;
Extra Rich 8-4 and 10-4 Damask Diapers;
superior 12-4 Linen Sheeting and Pillow Case
rancy Cassimeres for Gentlemen and Youth's wear;
Ladies Cloth, for Cloaks and Children's wear, of
uperior Welch, Gauze and Silk Warp Flannels;
superior English Canton Flannels:
English colored Flannels, for Ladies' Sacks, of
uperior White and Colored Moreens, for Ladies
uperior 1 -4, 11-4. 12-4nd 14-4 Whitney Blan
upin's best Blk. Bombazines, and Blk. Chally
tuperior Blk. Alpaeas, and Canton Cloths
A. very large supply of Ladies,' Gentlemen's
Vouths' Mlisses' and Children's Hosiery, of the
adies' Alerino, and Silk Vests.
3entlemen's Merino and Silk Undershirts and
. very large supply of Ladies' Square and Long
'hawls, of new and beautiful styles;
3entlenen's Shawls, a very superior artkele;
A. large supply of superior Mourning and Fancy
suprior French, English and American Prints;
. large supply of Negro Clotihs and liankets:
With a great variety oIf othecr articles suitable for
:he present season, and to ant of wvhichi they re
spectfully invite the attention of thte public.
A ugusta, Oct 19 tf 40
State of South Carolina,
BY H., T. W1HGHT, Esqr., Ordinarlf
Whereas, George Ouzts, Sr., has applied to
ne for Letters of Administration, on all and
iinguhar. the goods and elhattles, rights and
redits of Anthony Ouzts, late of the Dis
ret, aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefor~e, to cite and admonish all
md singular, the kindred and creditors of the
aid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
tr next Ordinary's Court f(or the said District,
o be holden at Edgefield C. H., on, the 23d
lay of Nov. inst, to show cause, if any, why
he said administration shottld ntot be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 9th day of
~ov. in the year of our Lord one thousand
ight hundred amnd fifty-three, and in the '78th
ear of American Independenece.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Nov 14 2t 44
State of South Carolina,
BY H. T. WvRIGHTr, Esquire, Ordinary of
Whereas I ra H. and H-enry Sat cher, have ap
ied to mue for Letters of Administsration, on
.11 and singular the goods and chattels, rightsa
tnd credits of Elizabeth Satcher, late of the Dis
ret aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
nd singular, the kindred and creditors of the
aid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
o be holden at Edgefield C. House, on ite 23d
[ay of Nov inst., to show cause, if any, why
be said administration should not be granted.
Given tinder my hand and seatl, this 9th day
f Nov. in the year our of Lord one thou
and eight hundred and fifty-thtree, and in the
eveny-eighth year of American Independence.
H. T. W RIGHT, o. E. D.
Nov 16 2t 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
B Y H. T. WRIGHT,Eksq., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Chiesley WVells, has applied to me
or Letters of Administration, on all and sin
ular the goods and chattles, rights and credits
f ?Mitehel WVells, late of the District aforesaid,
''Tese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
nd singular, the kindred and ereditors of the
aid deceased; to be and appear before me, at
*ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
o be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 2d
.ay of Dec. next, to show cause, if any, why
be said administration should not be granted.
Givetn under my hand and seal, this 14th day
f Nov. in the year of our Lord one thousand
ight hundred and fifty-three, and in the 28th
ear of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D.
Nov 16 . 2t 44
State of South Carolina,
)Y H. T. WRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of
Wereas, Win. H. Moss, hath applied to me
>r Letters of Adnministration on all and sin
lr the goods and cha~ttels, rights and eredits
f Win. H. Moss, jr., late of the District aforesaid
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
ad sitgular, the kitndred and creditors of the
tid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
ibe holden at EdgefieMd C. H., on the 2nd
iy of Dec. next, to show cause, if any, why
me said admrinistration should not be granted.
Given tinder my hand and seal, this 14th day
Nov., in thme year of our Lord one thous
d eighmt hundred and fif'ty- three, and in the 78th
aar of American Independence.
H. T. WRIGH T, 0. E. D.
Nov 16 2t 44
Saddles & Blankets.
SGOOD assortment, and at extremely los- pri
ees. R. F. & H. L. CUJNNINGIIA M. 1
LOOK TO YOL
DRY GOODS FOR I
M A. RANSOM, Agent for R. L. FULLER. iS
Stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC 1)
beautiful. Among whicb may be found
All Wool DE LAINES, of rich and splendid
Large and smalt fig'd De Laines. all qualities,
Persian De Laines, various qualitiei,
Plaid Silk Lustres, very rich;
" Raw Silks, in high 6olors;
Cashmeres and Airpaca Lustres, all quealitics
Plain bl'k Gro d'Rhine Silks, various qualities
Brack Watered Sills, a superior article
" Fig'd and Brocade Silks; .
Rich, colored Silks, all qualities;
Colored Marceline Silks, desirable colors;
Solid colored De Laines and Merinos;
Solid colored Paris De Bege, for travelling
French Scotch and>Ameriein Ginghams, from
12 to 37 1.2 cents:
Englih French and~~American Prints, from
6 1-4 up;
Satin Talmas of now and beautiful styles;
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, nev and late styles;
Colored Fringes, Poi ed Gimps. and other
Trimminos, great ~ riety ;
Plain and fig'< Cloths~jight fabric for Ladies
Black Thibet, Bay State and embroided Shawls: i
Chimasetts, French worccd Collars and Under
sleeves, late styles;
Jaconet, Thread and -L . Edgings and Insert
ings, all qualities,
Ladies Merino and SilkUnder-veits:
Kid Silk and Wool Gloves, for Ladies, Misses
(7" These Goods Mive been purchased with G
PRICES, and purchastr may rest assured that
bought in Augusta. An examination Is respectr
IhAMBURG, Oct. 26, 1953.
r IlE UNDERSIGNED having given a furihe
past season, have become still more eonvinet
GROCERY BUSINESS-on lernis ndvantageous
safest and suret for both. While the seller is b
for his Goods, enabling him to turn his money ov
advantage of getting Jiis Goods
Ten or Fiftecn p
Than they can be obtiined from those who sell o
difference of per centage to cover bad debts and
leeting long accounts. It only requires a liitle re
vince those who visit Hamburg fo- the purpose ol
deals exclusively on the Cash System in- purchasir
in large Stocks on wredit, wiihl a view to selling tl
his eapital over only-once a year, must of contrst
him who on the Czisasystem, buys moderate Sto
cpital every thirty.gsixty days. Thle intelligen
Merchant will have jade more monley at tie eund
tian the credit system'man will at TwF.NTY-FivE,
row the money a't hame, and allow even: il'teen o
his supplies, than to purchase on timhe event fromn
The Unidersigeba having mtade ample a:rrang
and much better assortment of .
A iL KI N DS .0
Ttan-theVdd snran& aak.4jir
themn a call, whler~1te: will find; :in- addition 1
supply of nearly all: thieistaple Goodslusually us<
Saddlery, H$fs Shoes, Calicoes,
Being thankfnjor the liberal patronngo of1
inreased trade th ~aing Fall. we inuve laid in;
ure in calling the htion of customlers to our:
Teas, Su rs, CofFeec, Checs
Those who prefer jy jg Cash: for their Goods, ?
dred, had better eal lWt our Old Stand, on the Cot
all articles sold, wilhbe put up ini the best mnannet
J.III. NE W.
BVIOLESAL.E & RJ
READY MADE CLOTHING, TR1
UNDER THE U. S. H(
J M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving th
sReady Made Clothing ever offered in this ei
improved styles of manufa:cture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS YOUTI
gr Country M~hants,and a:ll persons visi
and examine our Stock for themselves.
Augusta, Sept. 2'*.
DR, A. Gi. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
AK ES this metheIl of returning his than:ks to
Ihis friends and j~trons, for the patronaige lhe
has received in the sale or Drugs, Medicines, &c.
Ie is now receiviii an addition to his already
extensive Stuck of
Drugs, Med1'ines, Chemicals,
Dye Stufls, Paints, ~ils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician'g op Ftruriture, &c.
THlE FINEST - NS AND BRANDIES,
for 1ul4final purposes,
Flune Cigau and Tobacco,
Of his owi a Northern make,
French ' is &c., &c.
Paint, Hlair, Hat, Eioe and Tanners Brushes
Tinctures & NdicinaI Compounds,
made under h~sswn supervision in strict
accordare'sh the UT. S. Disp'ry.
The most R utable Nosrums,
All of which he w Lj it prices that will compare.
favorably with any ~itern market. Those wvish~
ing to purchase arti in his lir~e will do well to
call and examine liin.Stock and pricos.
Edgefield C. Hi. Jap 22 tf 1
IYann atred .Tobaccoi
J UST Receiveediret frora the Factory, Thirty
Boxes ChlE1lG TOBACCO, comprising
Four Choice Brands,Miz: Iloney Dew, Oronoco,
Extra and Premium. NFor sale by the Box, or at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
sample before buying elsewhere.
.g G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Ot 26 tf . 41
000 0LBS. jlDES, SilOULDERlS and
IIA-MS, among which arc some choice
Tennessee Cured Ilanu, which will be sold at the.
lowest market price. r
R. F. & U. L. CUNNINGHA M.
Hamburg Oct 29 tf 41
TOSEPHI ABNEY,%qEs., ismy authiorized Agen t
0and A ttorney to collect and receive all monies
due me, in my absence from the Village, and to
make settlements. WM. B. M AYS.
A ug 17 tf - 31
On hand and for Sale
A SUPERIOR Lot of WINES and LIQUORS
which will be soli in quantities of Three Gal
on, or miore, by i1F. M. NIC10L AS.
July Cth, sf 25
'HE FALL TRADE.
now in receipt of a LARGE and SPLENDID
RY GOODS, comprising ill which is new andi
Red, white-and fig'd Flannels, all qualities.;
Solid colored Flannels, for Snek.s;.
Dasiniers, Sattinets, Tweeds and Kentucky
Jeans, all qualities;
Bleached and brown Table Damasks, warranted
Bleached Damask Table Cloths, some very fine;
Bleached and brown Linen Towellings and
Towels all qualities;
Fmbroidered Table Covers;
rish Linen of every quality, from celebrated
mannfaetories in soft finish. 5-4, 10-4, 11-4,
and 12.4 bleached and brown Sheetings,
Graniteville, Augusta and Hancock brown
Shirtings, ly the bale or piece, cheap
Real Georgia Plains, and Twills,ofGeo. Shley's
Twilled Kersys, manufactured at the Augusta
Manufacturing Company ;
Georgia Stripes and Osnaburgs, Cotton Yarns;
White and colored Blankets, large stock, will be
sold cheap ;
Whitney and Ribbon bound Blankets, all quai.
ties and sizes;
Three Ply, Ingrain and Hemp Carpetings,
Rogs and Drugget, for floor cloths;
Ladies and Childrens Shoes;
Carpet Bags, Port Ilonies, Ivory and Pearl Tab.
lets, Extracts Otto of Roses, Fancy Soaps'
Cologne, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Ivory
and Horn Combs, &c., &c.
REAT CARE at the LOWEST MARKET
avery article will be sold as cheap as can be
M. A. RANSOM, AGENT FOR
R. 31. FULLER.
E, FOR 1853!
r trial to the CASH SYSTEM during the
d that it is the only true system of doing a
to both seller and buyer, being the cheapest,
mefitted by getting the CASH PAID DOWN
,r many times in the year, the buyer has the
er Cent Cheapcr
i credit ; they being compelled to sell at this
pay the additionnl expense of keeping and col.
flection, aided by a slight examination, to con
utpurchasing SUPPLIES, that the Merchant who
jg,his Stock. lays it. in cheaper than those who lay
e out in the same wiay, being enabled to turn
et lairger profits to sustain his~ business, than
is, SELLS QUICK nnd TURNS OVER his
t, lanter will perceive that the CASH SYSTEM
or tthe year. by making F1VE P'ER eENT ROFIT,
and that those who buy Goods had better bor
r twenty per cent interest, and pay CASI for
the best CREDIT HOUSES.
emnts to keep on hand a LARGER STOCK,
friends and.4heamiding:thia -market, to .give
o FNE FAMILY GROCERIES, a large
d in the country, such as - -
Shirtings, Sheetings, Blankets,
, &c., &c.
he past season, and looking forward to a largely
and are now receiving our Stock, and take plea.
e, Molasses, Flour, Bacont,
) L IQ UOR S.
nd thereby save Fifteen Doluars in erery Hun
-ner nearly opposite the Uarolina Hotel, where
r, and warranted to turn out what they are rep.
R. F. & 11. L. CUNNINGHAM.
B Y & CO0.,
TAIL DEALER IN
iNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,, &c
TEL AUGUSTA, GA.
e LARGEST and BEST ASSORTM1ENT of
ty. rTheir Stock conisists of the latest and miost
[' AND C HILD RN'S CLOTHING,
ting our city, are respectfully solicited to eal
BEALL k STOVALL,
WAREHOUSE AND GROCERY
AUGUST A, GA.
All Cotton consigned to us will be
Sold Free of Commission.
r JH1E Firnm of Euronn, Bi'aru. & Co., having
.L been dissolved on the 5th or Junie last, the
Susriers, mnembers of the late firm, will ce ntiniue
he WARfllOUSE AND) GROCERY BUSt
NESS at the same welt known Stands. (Store on
r-l Street. opposite the PLA.Ra' Ho-rs. now
ereting, anid 'Warehouse on Campbell St.,) where
they will be happy to sce the friends and acquaint
juees oif the late tirmn, haiving always ou hand a
LARGE AND WELL~ SELECTED)
Stock of Groceries,
Suited to Planters' trade, in which they feel confi
ent they can offer indueents equal to any House
in the City.
It- Cash advanices made on Cotton in Store when
required. W. bl. BEA LL,
JtollN W. L. STOVALL.
A ugusta, July 27 6mn 28
Blacksmith Shop !
rp IIE Subscriber having erected a
.1new building in the rear of Mlessrs
gA WLuiuit & Cuais'ris and L. HILLs's
Stores, is prepared to do all kinids of
Hlorse-Shoing and Plantation work will receive
prompt attention. S. F. GOODE.
.Jan4 3f f
'I~R. L EIG H would respectrully aninounce to
.I the litdies and Gentlemeni of Edgetield and
viiiity, that he is now ready to serve all that may
be desious of obtaining one or more of his
Mr. L. is prepared to take any of the diff'erent
styk-s of Pictures the Art is eapable of.
l-7 Ladies will find that black or dark dressing
will add much to the beauty of the Picture.
May 11 tf 17
LL Persons indebted to the estate of Hlenry F
.Freeman, dee'd., will come forward imme
3iately and make payment, and those hav'ing de
ranatds will resuter them ini properly attested.
J. H. JENNINGS, Ex'or,
Feb 9 lye 51
FELIX E. BODIE,
ror Tax Oefleetor.
A. R. ARLE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
TIIOSIAS B.. IREEE,
JOHN W. SMITH,
H. T. WRIGHT,
W. F. DURISOE, .
THOS. G.' RACON.
R. B. BOUKNIGHT,
0 take charge of an INSTITUTION OF
L LE A RNING about to be established in Edge.
ueld Distr:ct, South Carolina, on Sweet Water
reek. and about eight miles from Hamburg.
The School is located in one of the most healthy
portions of Edgefield and in an enlightened, moral
Every facility, such as board and other comforts
will be extended to the Pupils, and every means of
support in abundance, will be afforded to the gene
l advancement of the Institution.
The Seminary has already a -permanent Capital
Stock of Thirty Thousanil Dollars, with a prospect
of constant increase, until its endowment shall equal
that of any Seminary in the State.
Whilst Teachers will he fully sustained in causing
order, and in causing the best discipline, and 'the
best system of learning to be observed in their
School; they will be required to come qualified to
teach the very hi4hest branches that are taught in
the State, and to come recommended by the very
best and most reliable authority.
Two Teachers-one for lAlales, and the other for
Females, are wanted ; and they are expected to be
ready to undertake their charge on the first Monday
in February next.
A pplications must be addressed to Capt. Robt.
11riwether, Chairman of the Board of Trustees,
at Ivy Island P. 0., Edgeield District.
ROBT. MERIWETIIER, '
SAML. GETZEN, Trustees.
A. P. BUTLER,
ANDREW J. HAMMOND.
Hamburg Republican will please copy until forbid.
Sept 21, 1853, tf 36
EDGEFIELD MALE ACADEMY !
T HE TRUSTE ES of this Institution beg leave
to assure the public that their chool is now
in successful operation and that they are determined
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 Branches........ 16 00
In the lesser " " ... 14 00
These rates are as moderate as those of ariy 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. 111IS
ARTilUR SIMKINS. ~
LEWIS JONES. J
GEO. A. ADDISON,
May 18 t f 18
Edgefield Female Academy.
D) EV. N. A LDR IC H resptectfully annon
Les to his former patrons and to. the. public
eneraly that be w(Il open on the first Mlonday in
eptember next, a 1.IOOL FORi YOU1%G LA
D1ES at~ his present -sidence, and..will jnd~J himself
prepaedt reeve.to his family 4he di' .. o
all auch parents as nbe'desirous of having them
under his immediate nre.
The usual Branches taught in Female .Seminaries
ill be pursg.jlin titis, and every care will be taken
o advance the Scholars in the various departnients
The Terms of Tuitiin are the same as thiey were
in the Young Ladies Bloarding and Day School.
A ugust 10 tf 30
Episcopal Female School,
AT GLE N SPRINGS.
11'_AVING purchased the well-known Property,
L- GL~SsN Se~us, the undersigned propose to
open there a hIlGl SCilOOL for Young Ladies,
on the First of February 1854.
No pains will be spare.d to secnre an effieient
orps oif Instructors, and to imake the Itnstituitioni
equal in every respect to the very heat in the land.
Prospectus will shortly be isstued containig the
wuul particulars as to Terms. Sessiotns, &c.
TIIOS. S. A RTilUR,
J. D. McCULLOUGh!.
Aug 17 20t 23_
[S Hereby given, that application will be made at
the next Session of the Legislature, to Charter
a new Road from or near Rocky Pond p. 0., to run
to the Sauvannah River. at or tnear Mirs. William.'
landing. Also, for a Charter for a Ferry to be es
tablised at the same point-to be known as Howle
Sept 7 3m 34
PPLICA TION will be madle to the Legislature
of South Carolina, at its next Session to amiend
the Charter af the IHamburg atnd Edgefield Plank
C o m paa.ny.
July 12tf. 6
S HEREBY given, that application will be made
at thte next Session (of the Legislature, to char
ter the road now leading from 31artin bleCarty's Ott
the Ridge Road, to .Jackson Hluhnes on the Lower
olumbia Road, there to intersect the Roads leading
to amburg, G raniteville and A iken.
A ugust 3 3mi 29
S HEREBY given that application will be madc
..to the next Session of the Legislature, for an act
to inorporaite the Ilethleham Camp Ground In
A ugust 3, 3m 29
S HTEREBY GIVEN, that appliention will be
made at the next Session of the Legislature, to re
charter the Ferry across the Saluda 'River, at the
June29 3 m 23
PPLICA TION will -be made at the next Ses
.sion of the Legislature, for a ptubhie Road to
be opened from Boazman & Payne's Ferry, on Sa
luda River. The said Ferry has been chartered for
e hst three years. The Road to run front the
Ferry to Mount Etnon, from thence to intersect the
liggis' Ferry Road near Thos. Coleman's.
Edgefeld D istrict, July 6 3m 252
S Hereby given. that application will be made at
Lthme next Session of thme Legislature, to Charter
the road now leading from Morgan's old platte on
tle Five Noteh Road by Josias Lanham's and Geo.
Bowel's, and intersecting hlore's road, near Re
publican Church. 3
Aug 2-4 3m 3
S hereby given, that application will he made at
1.the next Session of the Legislature, for a renew
al of the Charter of the Ferry noross thu Savannah
River, know by the name of Kilercase's Ferry.
Sept 1 1853 3m 37
Chapmlan'S Cotton Gins !
E still make these best of CO'TTON GINS,
Tat our old stan. We warrant them to give
satisfaction, which they never fail to do.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
Persons who find it more convenient will please
inquire of Mr. Lon HrIL., Edgefield C. HI., who
will keep on hand one or, more of these Gins for
male. Address' CHAPMAN & SONS,
Coleman'. X Roads, Edgefield,S. C.
SCtI tfr - 35 -
aad'Display for Fall Trade,
-A orrostr . c.u ', - ...
OPPOSIT. D. C. DUYTKX'u,
IN CHARES HiA MMONDIS NEW BRICKSTRORV -
Hamnburg, S. O,
W HIIEIE the Undersigned will keep constantly
V in Store, a well alsorted . .
Stock of Groceries,. -*
Embracing every article usually fiund.in an'eten
ive Grocery Store. li Stoek consists in'pit of
Java, Rio and Cuba COFFEE,
Claried,Pofto Rico and New OrleampgSUGA?
Crushed, Powdered aid Loaf,. .
New Orleans anid CubaMOLASSE'.
John Gibson, Son &.Co. Nectar WHISJEY
Eagle, Doub!e Distilled Rye and Reitified do
Jamaica R UM, N. E. R UM,
Old Madeira, Cherry and Port WINES
Tencriffe -and Alalaga . . do -
Imported Old BRANDIES, Otard'flrandv,
Perfect Love, Rose, M iit and Cinamon.CrdiQk ,,
Pure Holland GIN. llondon Cardia, 01MN
American BRANDY and GIN,
Brass Bound Buckets and Tubs, Painted .Do
Measures, Market Baskets, Itroom. &e..
Toilet, Casteel and Turpentine SOAPS..
PICKLES and K ETCHUPS of .all h'ads,
Tobacco. Candles. Fine Tens and'Spices,-al kinu
Fine SALT in Boxes and Bagu,
ESSENCES for FlavourIng, of all description,
Macaroni. Yeast Powders, Mustard,
CANDIES and SEGARS of the best quality
CHEESE, FLOUR or the best Brand&,
Fine Faily MACKEREL, Starch, &e.
And' great-man ther articles, ALL of which i
warranted to be Ftesh and of the beat quality. .
Hamburg, October 12 tf -. 39
G EORGE ROBINSON & II. B. JACKSON
have associated themselves together, for the
transacting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of Rosissox & JACKsoN, nmburg,
where we will always keep an extensive assortment
of EVERY THING in that lineitogether with
Saddles, Bridles, Ilarness, Leathcr,Truuks, Whiis
Hamburg, April 27 tf 15
HAMBURG S. C.
AVE now on hand a most complete Stock
1 of Hardware, amongst which may be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500 Kega Nuils,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 Doz. Collins' Axee,
75 " Brades'-Ptentklioes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletsin and others maRe of Vices an d Anvill-,
Trace, Halter, Log, Fifth aid other style of Clhuais,
A complete Stock of Pocket and- Table Cutlery,
-ALL STYLES O
rlains, Saws, Chisels, Serews,U1ingcs
Knobs, Bellows, Bitts, Guns,
Pistols, Shot Baga,
Powder Flasks, Cotton and Wohl Cards
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans
Frying Pans, Gridirons, Ilammers, llatchets,
Tacks, Wafer,. and Waffle Irons, Candle Sticks,
Steelyards, Marking Guanges. Spirit Leves,
Anditons, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
Plates, Compasses, 'Thum
Hamburg, April 27 tf 15
CLOTHINRG _ 0MPOXIUM
W M O.P I E& OO4TArLOir5-FOlV
TESPRING .TRADE-Are constantly
manufacturing anud A-r ALLx -rxEs well suliplied-with
the newest styles of
9Clothngof Alldescri tnonI
COATiS, PAENTALbONS YE SlITS,
Undecrijalrts andDis ~ r,
CRAVAT8,SCARFS, B'feiS $BELT
HOSIER7bF AI A '~ -
tratsi, Cloth and :1Jair Brt es- vbRri
Knives, Shears, Parses .anidCJ ort".M ikCme,.
Ubrelas,iats,(aps ad 6%frgar e f9n
lemens' dress 'and' personal fursintre .-~
TO-THE TRAD>E-We are well asppliea-wfh
CLOTilS, CASSIalERES,.,VESTINO$S AN -
TR51MINGS: Cloths by the piece,.pfittuern
yard. which we will sell as low as can be, bought~l n
New York City.
War. 0. PRICE,
W. T. INGRAHAM.
No. 258 Broad-street,.Augusta GI
Miarch 30 - tf .
ParMonae ade Plantation
UA RNESS, SOLE A31) UPPER LE ATIIER.
OF ALL DE5C~IrIToNU..
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp OIL,
S HOEMAKE RS' FINDINGS.
At the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MI1MS.
July 21 - i - 27
Ready-Mlade Clothing ?
JULST Received a heavy Stock. of. READY!
MADE CLOTIIING, well suited to the Fall
and Winter Trade, and will be sold LOW FOR
CASH, or on easy terms to punctual customers,
Let the doubtfull examine for themselves.
-I.a. W. CLARY.
Ctaryton, Oct. 3, tri. . 38
Whiskey, Runm Bandy, &c,
UIcr's Old Rye WHISKEY,
New England and Jaiia R UM,
A merican and Uolland GIN,
Anmeriean and French BRANDY,
Iladeira, Tenerfi'e and bialaga WINES,
Peppermint, Cinuamona nud Perfect Love COR..
L EMON SYR UP. by the Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Scotch WHISKEY,
Cider and Whaite Wine VINEGA R,
Pint, Half-pint anad Quart FLA SKS..
Wino. Lemion Syrup and Porter BOTTLES,
DE MIJOH NS, all sizes.
E. HODGES, AGENT.'
Nov 29 if .46
lNan..ortment of SUPERIOR POCKET and
.f SPRING KNIVES, SPORTMIAN'S Do.,
(containing enough diffrent useful utem-ils to otten.
a small shop) made by the well known inakers1
Gn. Wostenhohan & Sons, Jonathanh .Crooks -und.
)ou-l.h Rodgers & Sons. AIso- some: A mericatr
patterns very good, -at " VAasstY ST-ra," 155
Broad Street, Augusta,Ga. -
3. A. GURLEY,
Sept 5 f-3
(N the 29th day- of September Jast. between
'Edgefield Village and J. S. Smyley's or Mleet.
ng Stret,-a-large DoubleCased GOLD LEVER
WATCH,-No55,ll11. -H. Gi & Co., or Hlaydetn,
Brothers & 6.,. -engraved, on the inner encae. an4
the Subiseriber's name on the inndr side of the back.
Attahed is a belt Chain and Gold Shil.: Informa-'
tion will be gratefully.received, and any requisito
compensation will be awarded to the finder..
- - - A. .J. SMlYLEY;
Meeting Street, Oct 19 - f -.'39
"ow to miake Fleur Risce."
UST call ins at the." VARIE-r' Stour." and huy
sonmc of PaEs-rox &-MRrasILLV'.INFALLIBLE
YEAST POWDER, "and -its boun~d taitise."
Call at the " VaalETYSrpaR,"- 155 Broad Street,
Augusta Ga. - - - -k. GURLEY.
Spt 5. . - t f- 34
Vilins) Ade~ordeqAS,.; &c.
AFINE assarimecnt. of -DOUBLER LINED
- VIOLINS, at veryvlo'wprices- -
Also Strings,,Bows, Bridges,-&c. -.
ins Aoccordeons, Flutinas,'Fifes an&,oine.elinice
Lined Silyce Kiyed 1LJJTES, &c.,.&c., jusit re~
ceive~d at the " VARIETY ST~ARr,"-by' '*
-t -. ' .'- J. A: GUR1T , -
*155; Broad Street,'Augttsta, Ga.
Sept 5 - -.; [ ' . '347