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Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters.
Tm-is celebrated medicine is one of the ver best in the country, and its good qualities on need to be known, to give it precedence over a others now in use. We have seen its goo cffects lately, after the total failure of man othe'rs. This is saying more than ire can fc any -etker medicine within our knowledge, an *e Teel it a duty to recommnend the Bitters t 'the notice of our friends. The genuine is pre p-ired by Dr. C. M. JACKsoN, Philadelphia, an is sold in this place, by G. L. PENN, AGENT. Butler Lodge, No, 17, I. 0. 0. F A Regular Meeting of this Lodg will be. held on Monday eveninj next 7 o'clock. A. G. TEAGUE, Sec'y. March 25 It 7 Special Notice. A iN Extra meeting of BUTLER LODGE 'No 17. 1. 0. O. F., will be heldt in thei: Hall, on Saturday evening next, the 27th inst., at 3 o'clock, when the Lodge will be opened in the Degree of REBECCA. and that beautiful Degree conferre-d on as niany * of the Ladies, who are Odd Fellow's wives, its may send their applications to the Noble Grand by that time, and present themselves at that time at the Hall. By order of the N. G.. A. G. TEAG UE, See'ry. March 25 It 10 New Spring Goods for '52, AT my Store, near the Court Touse, I have i just opened a COMPLETE and general Stock of all the Varieties of the Season, which I respectfully invite the trading communi ty to call anil examine. I would partienlarly invite the attention of the Ladies to my rich selection of Esnbroideries ii Collars, Chemi zetts, Uundersleeves, Capes, and Mantillas, And to my splendid Stock in Printed LAWNS. SWISSES, JACONETS. PLAIN y- FANCY BAREGES, A nd to a very beautiful lot of Embroidered Muslin and Silk Even ing Dresses. Prices (on credit until the first of J.anuary. to responsible and punctual buyers) to suit the times. A liberal distinction made with persons buying for CAsI! LOD HILL. March 25 tf 10 Choice Hosiery, NOWD EN & SITEAR, have received this S day from New York. by the stea:mer Mari on, a very large .supply of Eiglish HOSIERY, for Lalies, Gentlemen, Youths. Misses and Children. (somie (f extra sizes) which they have selected with great care, fromi the same Maimu factory of their irevious supplies, and whii Jtave given such universal sati.-fa'tion to all who have used them, beit.- -omurtht.- *lu.ir ehistivity, beautifull Nh. We fee assurel that t ... satisfactimn to all whoi respectfully invite the. thle assortwent. Augusta, Alarch 2, Call and See afr~ J A %deeterminmed . . SUGAR, COFFFE FLOUR, BAGGING 4- ROPE, --ArLso A fime assortmme nt of C hoice LIQUORS, which I initem to sell att cost. li.i Coftee, 10 I- e~ ts.: stuart's Letter A Su gamr, 8 ets; Let ter II 7 1-2 ets. Mea 1esb the I Ing.lhead 22 ets. " " liarrel 241 ets. Tliram, Smith Flour $7,25 ; Genesee. $6.50; ammd variomus tither artiek-~s usually fojund in a Grocery Store at reduced prices. R.Lf. GENTRY. Hamburg, Mtarch 20, 3t 10 M. Wise's Hair Tonics. T lHlESE articles desigmnated as No. I and No. 2, used accordinig to directionms, will pirove to be sure preventives of B A LDN ESS. No I stays thme I ir from fallinmg (il'-leantses the head fromt thme worst Seurf orm LtamdrulV, in vi.mrates thme lIlair, and prommotes its growth, by temndlrinmg time Seamlp hmealthy. No 2, is tom be usedl always after using N.. I, anda will give the H air a beaut fully brighmt anmd glossy' aperantce, rendering it soft and pliable. The~se Tmnies, it is co~nfidecntly believed will fully meet thme deniandls of the publie. anid sup ply 1";thers and Mlters ,youmg Ladies atnd Gezmtlenmen, with all they cain desire, wish for, or need as Troilet Articles. The nmost satisacito'ry testimniamls catn be givent frm Ladies and Gentlemen in thmis village as evidences of the great utility and suecess of thmese llair Tonies. For sale by G. L. PENN, AGF.N-r. Marcht 25 tf 10 Eiecutrix's Sale. I N Putrsmtance 3f the last Will andm Testamtet of Williami lHushm, dee'd., I will proceed to sell at the fortmer residemnce o'f saidl decmeased, abomt two mikc front Philipi Church, on, Friday, the 9th damy of 'A pmril next, thme following perso r al pr.operty, consisting of THIRTEEN LIKELY NEGROES, Corn, Fodder, lamntation TIools, Ihousehold and Kitchent Furnmiture, &c. TrEax3s-All sumis of and under $5;, Cash. Over that amo~utnt on a credit until the 25th of D)ecemnber next, with note attd two approved securities. The rightt of the property not chtanged nutil thte terms of tatle are comtplied with and if resmcid, at the risk of the first purchaser. ELIZA l EThi BUSTI. March 22 .1,2 t' 10 For Sale,. T IlE Residenice of the Subscriber, at Sum. mer 1111l, South Carolina. It is situated . three nmilesm from lamburg-is approached by thec Plank Road, and elevated some 350) feet .gbove the river. 'Te house contains eight roomns, exclusive of four pantries. A ttached are .tabk-s for eight horses, a large dry well, a cis~ tern of 6,000) gallons capacity. antd a highly en. richmed gardeni spot. One hundred acres of latnd, ,within a nmile, supplying abundant fuel, and itt dudling a farm withy several buildings, will bc sold with the place. Price low. Termts of pay. meat to suit the purchaser. M. C. M. HIAM3ItOND. Marck 23 4t 10 Lost, O N the 20th inst., between Hamnbuirg an~ Pleasamt Lano Post Office, a LEA THEEi POCKET BOOK, containing Twventy-eigh Diollars-two Ten D)ollar bills, one Five Dolai bill, and one Three Dollar bill. Trho finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the sante at tht lanmburg Republican Office. Hamburg, Mairch 25 It 10 Wanted TOp HIRE, for the present year, a goor LCook, Washer and Ironer. Wages paic monthly if desircd. Enquire at this Office. Mfarch 1.5 tf 10 New Goods! Y T HE Subscribers are receiving their usual y supply of - I' Spring and Summer Goods, d cossifrio or Y Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, r GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SHOES, &a., &c., - which they will sell on as good terms as they can be bought in the market. At the Store formerly occupied by John Lyon next to Dr. Teague's Drug Store. WILLIAMS & CHRISTIE. March 25 tf 10 Groceries, Hardware, &c. BAGS Prime RIO COFFEE, 10 100 Barrels choice New 0. Molasses. 50 " fine Sugar, 20 Ilhds. " 4 10 " Common " 10.000 lbs choice Bacon Sides, 8,000 " primne Bacon Shoulders, 300 Sacks Liverpool Salt. 50 Barrels fine Family Flour, 5,000 Bushels prime Corn, 20,000 lbs Swedes and English Iron, assorted sizes, 100 Dozen [Ines, fine and common, assort ed sizes, 100 Douren Trace Chains, assorted qualities, A large assortment of Spades and Shovels, 20 Kegs Nails and Drads, assorted sizes, Blacksmith Bellows, Anuvils, Vices and Hammers, 1000 lbs Hemlock Sole Leather, Together with a complete assortment of Shelf HARDWARE, all of which will be sold at unusually low prices for cash, or on the usual credit to approved customers. - AGNEW, .FISHER & CO. Direct importers of English Hard ware. Newberry C. 11., March 19 3t 10 Important Sale of Negroes, Mules, &., ON Tl E 27iTu DAY OF APRIL NEXT. TI1E Undersigned, having nearly completed their contract on the South Carolina Rail Road. will positively sell, without reserve, on Tuesday, the 27th day of April next, at Aiken, South Carolina, to the highest bidder, One Hundred and Thirty Negroes, EIGHTY-FIVE MULES, 3 Horses, 90 Carts and Harness, 25 WhEELBARROWS, 190 S1OVES, [tail road Plows, Picks, Blacksmiths'. Carpen ters' and Wheelwright's Tools, &c. These Negroes are, beyond doubt, the likeliest gang, for their number, ever offered in any mar ket-consisting almost entirely of young fellows, from the age of 21 to 30 years; some few boys, from 12 to 16 years of age, and four women. Atmong the fellows are first rate Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Coopers, Brick Moulders, Wheel wright and Wagoners. A nwnag the women, one excellent Weaver and Seanmstre. another a good Cook. All well trained and disciplined for Rail and Plaik 110:0 working, (having just completedl a splendid piece of work at Aiken, S. C., under Ithe management of a gentleman of very superi J. C. SPRdLTL & CO., A ikemu, S. C., immediately on the R. R Mlarch 25 3t 10 Sheriff~s. Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDG;EFIELD DISTRICT. Thomas J. Latner, Wmn Kelly and M. L. Gearty'. L. Suber, Agent, M1. L. Gerty. i h bv staedcaes Iwill proceed to sell on Thaursdamy, th t fApril next, inthe Town of IIam~burg, the following property, levied ona as the property of the Defenmdanmt M.i L. Getrty. viz :-T wo Mules, T wo Wag ons, Lot of. Shoes, Sundries, &e., in Shop, Lot of Lumbe~r Eight Vats oaf Leather in: Tan, One Bark Mill anid one Wtheelb.mrrow. Trms Cash. LEWIS JONES, S. E. D. March 20 2t 10 Sherifr's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH -CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. B. Bouhware, vs. 31, L Gearty & C. J. Glover. L Suber, Agent, M. L.. Gearty. Othier Plaintiffs, v.. The Namec. IWILL proceed to sell in the above stated cases, on the first Monday in April next, at Edgefield Court House, one negro man, Joe Mark, (a shoe maker,) resold at the risk andm on accotunt of the former purchaser, who haviung failed to comply with the terms of sale on sale day last. ~LEWIS JONES, S. E. D. March 18 -e3t - 10 Sheriftos Sale. 1)Y Virtue of sundry writs of Ficri Facias, Sto me directed, I shall proceed to sell at Edgerteld Court House, on the first Monday in A pril next, the following property, in the fol lowing case, viz: Sinmeon Christic vs Wmn. HI. Harrison, twvo H orses, one Buggy and one Wagon. Terms Cash. LEWIS JONFS, s. z. D. March 17 3t 101 Estray. r OLLED before me by Samuel C. Scott, .Lliving twelve mnile. South West of Edlge field Court HIouse, one RO AN M A RE, thir teen or fourteen years old, fourteen and a half hands high, and blemish in both eyes. A p praised at fifteen dollars. A. C. COFER, M. E. D. March 20 4tm 10 Notice. , LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jo .4-I soph~ Mooro, dee'd., are requested to nmake immediate payment, and thoso having demands against the estate will present thenm in due form. -E. PENN, Ex'or. Fcb 12 - tf 4 Just Received A ODassortment of FRESH GAR ADEN SE ED. ONIONS, PL ANTING ONIONS and IRISH POTATOES, for sale by. HOLLINGS WORTH! & NICHOLAS., NEW GOODS! aw nmmso apsomm a a W E take pleasure in informing our custom ers and all others who wish to BUY GOODS CIIEA P, that we are now opening a large and well selected Stock of Spring and Summer Goods, recently purchased at unusually .ow PRLaEs, in the best Market in the United States. As we intend doing business exclusively on the One Price Cash System, (thus having no extra profit to cover bad debts,) we will offer all kinds of Goods, that are usually kept in a Country Store, LOWER than they have ever before been sold in this Market. All we ask is a fair trial to prove that money can be saved by purchasing GOODS FO)? CASH! SULLIVAN' & BROTHER. March 18 3t 9 French S'k Warp Cashmeretts SNOWDEN & SHEAR, AUGUSTA, GA., H AVE received this day, from New York, by the steamer Marion, Extra French Bp1k Silk Warp CASI IM ERLELS, and Extra French Black Single Mill CASSIMERES, of single and double widths, and of rich lustres, the most choice and elegant articles for Gentlemen's Sum mer wear. Also, a supply of French Fancy Linen DRIL LINGS and Slarsailes VESTINGS, to all of which they respectfully invite the attention of the public. March 17 tf 9 Ladies' Rich Dress Goods. FURTHER SUPPLIES. NOWDEN & SHEAR, have received this day, from New York. by the steamer South erner, Printed CRAPE DE PARIS, Paris Printed BAREGES, and plain White, Black, Pink, HItne. Pea Green. Salmon and Mode Col ored CRAPE DE PARIS, decidedly the mostt choice and elegatnt Gouds of the season for Ladies' Spring and Evening Dresses, and to which they respectfully invite the attention of the Ladies. Augusta, March 17 tf 9 Dissolution! lH Firm of MooaE & GEATY, was this . day dissolved by mutual eon The utstanding business of the firm will 1. ...tended to by either of them, who are alone entitled to ettle.all denands against the firm and collect all aemands due said firm. All persons indebted to the Firm of Moore & earty, will please make nnimediate payment, as longer indulgence cannot be given. P'. MIOORE, M . GEI.\ARTrY. Hlanburg, March 5, 3t 9 Hamburg & Edgefield Pl'k R'd, p1 IIN RO.\ 1) is now completed and opened T for travel from the Cherokee Ponds and Sweet Water to llanburg. Rates of Toll. our, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile 'hree - " "1 " " ir " r a a " " Carriages3 " " " he law, in endeavoring to .*.,. 'oll, as providedl by the Chtarter'. Persons travelliung on the Martin To n Road twardls llam~burg, will find it to their advan age to turn offT on any of the roads to the left, sad intersect tlhe Phank Road necar Sweet Water hlurch or the (iherokee Ponads. II. A. KEN RICK, President. Hamburg, March 15 tf 5 Sharing Soap. JUST received a large supply of superior S HAVING SOAP. ThaisComapound yields lather, whicha is heavier and mnore peramanent han can be producedl by anay other Soap--sup prting and sustainiang the beard without irrita ting the ,skina. It is wa~rranated to lplease in all ases, or thc anmaney will be refunded. Call and et a suipply and make a trial, and you will be onvianed. For sale by G. L. PENN, AGEcr.r March 11 a f 8 Land for Sale ! I oflfers hais P'lanatationa for aale, lyiang iaa Chester IHistriet, nar Catawba River, ar.d eon taiinag 970) acres. lHe would particularly call the attention of Physicianas, naot yet settled, to the landl now fferd, as it is a very desirable location for a \fedical gentleana; beiang probably the best opeaing in the up Couantry. On the' premises there is a good dwelling house, containiaag six rooms, with all necessary out buiildings; aand a spariany of superior water. About halmf the landa is uaader cultivationa, and well adopted to the culture of grain and cotton. The Recsidencee is perfectly halathy. Ladsford P. 0., Chester, S. C. March 16 Ot 9 Notice. . LL personas indebted to the Estate oif James SA damas, Sr., decetased, tare requested to mak., paymenat by the first day of Decamber anxt. All those having any demaands aganst said Estate will please present them properly attested aecordinag to law. JAMlES C. ADAMS, JA MES 11. A DA MS, Admn're soith the Will annexed Mar 18 St 0 Spun Cotton. IFyt ihto hbuy SPUN COTTON very chaeap,t ths is the plaice to get it. as a large supply has just beeni rceivcd, which is offered for s~le cheap fur can. G. L. PENN, AGENT. March 18 tf 9 Lamp and Train Oil. F OR SA LE at the Shaoc and Leather Store of R. T. Mas, a first rate article of L A4MP 01IL, at reduced prices. -Also, TRAIN and NE ATS FOOT OILS. Mar ch188tf 9 Notice! T HE beautiful and thorough bred Stallion " S C 0 U T,"~ kanown as Towles' Horse, will stand the ensuai seasonm, at the following pacas :-Colemtin's X Roads, W. W. Hlavird's Store, at or near HI. C. H-erlongs, Dr. Cooper's Store and Starliang Turner's. S. TURNER, B. M. SCURRY. March 18 4t 9 .tMolasses. 1)ECEIVING and now in Store a large Isupplyr of MOL ASSES, of excellent quali ty, which is offered fur sale, lAoW F'oa CASH!I Those who wish to purchaso by thme Barrel svill do well to give mne a call before purchasing else where. 0. L. PENN, AGENT. Ma 18 tf 9 RICH SPRING DRY. GOODS. 990 Droad test, Augusta, eorgia, A RE now receivipg a complete assortment of -. Rich and Elegant DRY GOODS, which they offer at Whojeeale and Retail, New York eash prices. Ampng Which will be found Rich Satin, PlaidSilk and Wool Goods, a new and beautiful artile for Ladies' Dresses. Embroidered le-naou, a beautiful Goods, made of pure Twisted'Silk, for Ladies' Dresses. Brocade Silks, of -rieh and elegant styles. Plain Chamelion and Chene silks, of rich and elegant styles. Pure White Brocadiand Watered Silks. Very rich Light Silks, a beautiful article for Evening and Second-day Dresses. Barege DeLaines; Breges and Tissues, French Muslin and Lawns. Embroidered and--Iotted- Swiss Mluslins, Swiss and Jaenet Muslins, in great variety. Sriped and Plaid Muslins, in great varic ty, Swiss and JaconetTimminlgs and Insertings, Collars, Cuffs and Undersleeves, of new and beautiful styles. Rich Embroideredl Muslin Capes and Chemisetts Rich Worked Limeliek Lace Capes, Caps and Underalleeves. Rich Embroidered Linen Cambric Handker chiefs, some very fine. French and English Calicoes and Ginghams, Bleached and Brown liomnesptins. Damask Nalikins and. Towelling, Hosiery and Gloves. With a great variety of other Goods, to which we respectfully invite the attention of the public. Alarch 17 tf 0 Administrator's Sale. B Y an order froothe Ordinary of Edgefield District, I will proceed to sell at the resi dence of Mr. Wiley Glover, on Monday, the 29th of March, all the personal property of El red W. Glover,sdee'd., late of the District aforeaid, consisting of Ilorses, Cattle, I log, Ilousehold and Kitcien Furniture, one Buggy, Plantation Tools, Corn, Fodder, Bacon, Lard and other articles not-mentioned. On a credit until the 25th December next, with note and approved Scenrity. E. 11. CIIA.\lMEltLAIN, Adm'r. March 18 2t 9 Spann Hotel Re-Opened! TIi E Subscriber having purchased this estab Llishment, begs leave to announce to the District and to the travelling public generally, that he has this day taken upon himself the keeping of said Hotel. All that he can do to render his customers stisfiel shall be done. lie respectfully solicits a share of public pat ronage. Charges shall bo.as moderate as the times vill admit. JOHN IUIET. Feb 19 tf 5 Boot & Shoe Makers Wanted, WO FIRST RATE Boot Makers, T and three or four good Shoe Makers, Ae of them a first rate Peg Workmatn, can find mployment by applying to the Subscriber at Ldgefield C. 1. R. T. MIMS. Jan 15 tf 52 TXy The South Carolinian, will give the above hmtr weekly insertions and forward account to >thers. Aiso, Imn we Jordan H~ollowvay iva Jame HnaI. Ca.peiart mtd Rachel Capehiart, the tract of land where he Defendamt, James II. Ca pehart, lives con tainintg two huandred and fitly nteres, monre or ess, adjoining lhtda of Jesse Limbeeker, Williamn Quattlebum and others. Also one negro womanz, Mary 'Ann. Termis Casbh. LEWIS JONES, s. E. D. March 11 4t0 8 sTATE'l OF SOUTHi CAROLiNA. EDGEFIEliD DI.STRICT. IN ORDINARY. BYIH.T. WRIGIIT, Esq. Ordinatry of BEdgefield District. WVhereja.' E. II. Ch~ambcrlain, hasa~ applied o me for Letters of Administration, on all ma sin'rular the goods and chattels, rights ad creaits of Eldred WV. Glover, late of the District aiforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and ad monish ll and singular, the kindred and creditors of the satid dleceatsed, to be and atppeatr before ne, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said Distrie:, to be holden at Edeglkild C. Hotuse on the 26th day of March instant, to show awec, if anly, why the said administration should not b~e granted. Given under my hand and seal, this the 11th day oif March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifly-two, and in the seventy-sixth year of Americani Indepen ence. [H. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D. DI arch 18 2t 9 Fire. T UEl Subscribers return their thanks to their friends and customers for fornmer favors, and solicit a continuance of the same, at the late stand omf John Lyon, where they have reoved that portion of their Stock saved fronm the late fire, which they will sell low. The toss sustained by the fire renders it neces sary for them to call on thtose whio are indebted to thtemt to make payment at the earliest possible luoment. WILLIAMS & CTTRISTIE. Jan 21,1852 tf I Notice! TIlE fine large imported Jack "Ferdinsand," will stand thc present sea son, at the residence of D~aniel Hlolland, and will be let to Mares, at $10,00 to insure a Maro to be in Foal. No responsibility to rcst upon the sub scriber fur any accident that may happen, but every care will be taken to avoid such. Any person putting a Mare and changing the right be fore the fact is known will be held responsible for the insurance money. PEhiDGl EE.-Ferdiband was imported fronm spaain in 1851. lHe is full 14 hands high,, five years old and as welt formed as any Jack in the Ste. SLOAN & EASLEY. March 18 4t 9 No Excuse for bad Breads J UST Received another lars-e supply of those infallible YE AST POWDE RS, warrant ed to maako light, sweet and consequently nutri tious Bread if good Flour is nsed. For sale by G.iL. PENN, AGENT. March 11 . f 8 Estray. TTOLLED before me by Templo Martin, liv ?ing twenty-nine miles North of Edgefield C. 1H., one BAY MARE, fourteen and a half hands high, with blackc usin and tail, five years old and appraised at sixty-two dollars antd fifty cents. L. CULBREATHI, M!.. E. D. Feb 2n 11m1tmn' GROCERIES! 10 HDS. Prime Cuba MOLASSES, 100 bbl . " N. 0. do 10,000 Lbs Prime BACON SIDES, 3,000 Lbs " Baltimore Cured HAMS, 100 Bbil Canal and ' Hiram Smith' FLOUR 1,000 Kegs Cut NAILS, " for sale low," 20,000 Lbs Assorted Bar IRON, 25 Boxes Good, low priced TOBACCO. 12 Bales Assorted No.. COTTON YARN 5 " OSNABUURGS. 50 Bbls No. 3 MACKEREL, 30 Half Bbls No 1 and 3 do. -Also A good supply of Sugar, Coffee, Corn, Oats, Lime, Plaster Paris, Bar Soap, Sperm and Tal low Candles, White Lead, Linseed and Train Oil, Superior Lamp Oil, Window Glass, Bar Lead and Shot, Ilyson, Gunpowder and Black Teas, Bagging and Rope, G. Duponts Rifle also Blasting Powder, New Rice, &e., &c. For sale by JOSIAH[ SIBLEY. Hamburg, March 10 3t 8 7 Abbeville Banner copy three times. Dissolution. r IIE business formerly conducted under the style of TIt.NT & SlITH, for the pur pose of conducting a Uotel in the Town of IHam burg, known as the A merican Hotel, was dis solved on the 12th instant, by mutual consent. TIIOMIA8 I1. TRENT, . ISA AC SMlTI. January 30th, 1852. NOTICE! T IE Subscriter begi. leave to return his thanks to his boarders and the public gene rally, for their liberal patronage at the Hotel fir merly kept by Trent & Smith, and known as the American Hotel in the Town of Hamburg, and would ask a further continuance of the same; feeling assured on his part, that lie can and will give satisfac'ion to all that may call and examine the old stand ofJames Ilubbard,dee'd. The IHotel being situated in the most business part of Town. and convenient to the South Carolina Rail Road and Augusta Depot. Extra attention given to the ladies apartment. and rooms kept fti the special acconmudation of families. TITONIAS IL TRENT. Ilamburg, January 30th 1852. Gm 4 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN COMMON PLEAS. W. & J. 11111, W. Attachment. W. B. Brannon. Matheny & Bewley, vs. Attachment. W. B. Brannon. J. Taylor, Jr., & Co., vs. Attachment. Richard Campbell. Dr. A. J. Creighton, r. Attachment. W. B. Brannon. I 31IE Plaitatiffs in the above stated eases hav ing this day filed their Deelarations in my Office and the Defendants having neither wives nor Attorneys known to reside w'ithin the limits of this State on whom a copy of said Deelara tions with a rule to plead can be served: On motion of Mr. STYLEs, Attorney for Plaintifs: Ordered that said Defendants appear and plead o saidI Deelarations within a year and a day ~ tt -l.-.---~-f or in default thereof, judg M. M. GJrantham. ) Belher & Ilollingswvorth, tche. Grantham, Logan & Co. ' .1IE Plaintiffs in the above stated cases hay Ling this alay filed their Declarations in nmy Office, and the Defendants having neither wives nor Atiorneys known to reside withiin the limits of this State on whom a copy oif said dtelara tios with a rule to plead can be served : On motion of Mr. MAarTI, Attorney for Plaintiffs: Ordered that said Defendants, appear and plead to said Declaratiaons within a vear and a day from the date hereoaf, or in defualt thereof, judg mnt will be renelered against them. Truos. G. .UA CON, c. .. Clerk's Office, M\arch 12 1852. l yq 9 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, IN CO MMON PL EAS. The Banik of Ilamburg,S. C , 4tciet te. Atahet W iiatm TU. Brannon. rJ.1IE Plaintiff in the above ease having this .day filed his Deeharation in amy Office, aiid the Defendant having neither wife nor Attorney known to reside within the limits of this State, on whom a copy of said declaration with a Rule to plead can be served :On motion of Mr. B.aUsE-Tr, Attorney for Plaintiff, Ordered: That said Defendant appear and pk-ead to said declaration within a year and a da rmthe date hereof, or ini default thereof judgment will be rendered against hinm. TIIOS. G. BhACON, C. E. D. Clerk's Office, March 8, 185S2. larch 11 ly 8 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQU]ITY. John MeKinne, James Jones and Joseph J. Kennedy, IBill for In vs ~ junmction, Acc't Thc City Council of Au-J and Gent Re'if gusa, IT appearing to me that the Defendants arc a body politic and corporate under the lawv of Georgiat, and have no residence with in this State, On motion of Mr. CARnOLL, Plantiff's Solicitor, Ordered that the said Defendants demur, plead or answer to the Plaintiff's bill of Complaint, withim three months from the puzblication of this Order, or the said bill will be taken pro confesso against them. Feb 25 3m 6 State of South Carolina, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. C. H. Goodwin and others, vs. Elizabeth Goodwin & others. IN pursuanee or the Order of the Court of Equity in this ease, notic is here by .giv en to the creditors of Chamberlain L. Good. win, dee'd., to come in and establish their claims before mc, on or before the 17th day of April next. A, SIMKINS, C. E, E. D. Cmim'rs Office, Jtan 12 14t 52 Notice. LL those indebted to the Estate of John.iB. ..Logan, dee'd., arc requested to niako im mediate payment, all those having demands to present them properly attested. A. NIX, Aal'rs. E. P.. IIOLLOWAY. Ye.lt 1nm 5 S. S. TOMPKINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 07 OFle immediately in rear of the Court House. Jan 22 tf G. W. LANDR U1, LT Practice in the Courts of LAW and EQUITY for Edge&Ad and Lexington Distriots. Office in Law Rlange, Edgefield C. H. Jan 16, tf 52 JOSEPH ABNEY, W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at Edgefield Conrt House, near the PLAN -rEt's IorEL. He will attend promptly and strictly tobusiness in his profession. Nov.14 tf 51 W 1%. M. H I L L, M. D., O FFERS his professional services to the citi zens of our Village and District. Having graduated at the University of New York, with high honor, where he availed himself for the last two years, of the advantages to be derived from the Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals, &e., &c.. offiers his services to his fellow-citizens with the hope that he will prove worthy of a share of their patronage. 1LT Room at the SrANN HOTEL, No. 7. O et 2, tf 37 Operations on the Teeth, BY HORACE PARKER. Address Edgefield C. 1., or Sleepy Creek, P. O., S. C. MarchI 11 ly 8 JAMES ;q. DAY, Surgeoa Dentist, OF RICIIOND, VIRGINIA, Permanently located at Edgefield C if., ofters his professional services to the citizens of the Village and its vicinity; and will attend to any call lie may have either in the Village or Country. All operations warranted. March 13, 1850. tf 8 CANDIDATES rcor Tax Collector B. F. GOUDEY, JOHN (ilATTLEBUM, if E-'NRY H1. H11ILL. EL.LiJAh T. RAUCI. BARNEY M. LAMAR, II11RAM JOURDAN, WESLEY BODIE. WILLIAM L. PARKS. THEOPHILUS DEAN, L. A. BROOKS, IS.AAC HOLES, WELCOME MARTIN, D)ERICK H1OLSONBAKE, F. W. BURT, Wor Bherif FELIX E. BODIE, It. 1. KEY. JULIUS DAY, I'or Ordinary. VIRGIL 31. WHIITE, W. F. DURISOE, Ready Made Clothing! -T V. MfcDONNALD a cal:l, both' in price and quality. RIClA RDSON & MlcDONA LD. Hamburg, Feb 19 3mn 5. Fall and Winter Goods! I IIAVYE now on hand a Ff RST R ATE Stock ofrCioths, Cassmers & Vestings, which are of the latest styles and will bo miade to measure as good and. as fashionable as enn be had in the S->uthecrn Country. -.1 L SO Always for sale an excellent stock of fine READY MVADE CLOTHING, which is cut and made under moy owvn supervi sirn, and any one punrchasing from me. may rely upon getting full value for their money expended. Furnishing Articles, Sch as Cravats, Gloves, Suspenders. Hosiery, White and Colored Shirts, Silk andm .Merino un der garments, Collars. Stocks, Money Belts, Silk and Merino unider Vests for Ladies,-and a Fine Assortment of German Colognes, extracts for the handker hief, hlair. Tooth, Nail, Clnthes, Hat and Shav ing Brushes, D~ressing and Fine Tooth Combs, Fine Soaps, Shaving Creams and Soaps, Port Monies. Poeket Books. Purses, Segnr Cases, Hair Oils, and every thing dcsirable and useful for Gentlemen. J. A. VANWINKLE. N. T.-41v Store is next to the Georgia Rail Road Bank. at the Old Stand of the Chronicle & Sentinel Office. A ugusta, Nov l-2 Gmn 43 For Sale TIIAT very desirable, pleasant .. and healthy place known as the *14 " Cross Rtoads," 24 miles from Edgefield C. II., on the Columbia Roal, containing from fiye to eight hundred acres. The Plantation is in good repair with a never failing wvell of water, and all necessary out buildings. Together with a commodious Dwell ing Ihouse, ntearly completed-two Stories high, 60 feet long, 42 feet wide, eight rooms and seven fire places. I? For further particulars apply to the Sub scriber at the Spann Hotesl Edgeieldl C. H. JOlN HilET. Feb 26 tf 6 Lca ther. OFALL DESCRIPTIONS, many be had at the Tannery for CAsu. Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter the best article for Harness. Cash paid for Hides and good Oak Bark. All orders addressed to Williams & Christie, or to Mr. L. M1. Mlunger at the Tan Yard, will be promptly attended to. R. T. 3IIMS. Feb. 5 tf 3 Notice. NOTICE is hereby given to the Distributees Nof Pleasant Morris, dcc'd., and especially to Pleasant, Hendrick, John, Joshua, Joseph and Doctrine Morris, who live beyond the limits of the State, That a final settlement on said es tate wvill be mado in toy office on Monday 7th of June next. Given under any hand at mny office, this the 3d March,, 1852. All those having demands against the said estate will present them by the above time. H. T. WRIGHIT, o. E. D. Ordinary's Office, 3d Mar 3mn 7 Fishing Tackle.. JUST Received a large supply of PI8HING tTACKLE, for sale by G. L. PENN, Aoes-r. \Ma.La18 tf U To the Public. HODGES k FUL.ER INSTITUTES Ma. E. A. STEED, A. B. PRINCIPAL. MR. J. M. PELOT, GIADATZ O CITnuZ. ACADEMY, AsstsTANT. Rev. T. J. PEARCE, A. B., PxcIPAL. Miss 31. CORNELIA PELOT, AssUsTAXT. Miss E. MCANALLY, IjsiaUcTREss oP Mu sic, TEACEZa ON PIANO AND GUITAR, DRAWING, PAINTING Asx-ExsaownDEY. The above named are nati ret of the SouetA. rT IE exercises of these Institutes will be re sumed on Monday the 1- th of January. These Institutions have hitherto received a liberal patronage, and the Trustees confidently appeal to an intelligent, moral and religious pub lie for its continuance and -increase. Circulars will be issued in a few days con taining all necessary information. W. P. HILL, Sec'ry, B. T. Greenwood, Feb 18 tf 5 Edgefield Male Academy. TEACHER WANTED. A TEACIER is wanted to take charge of the Edgefield Male Academy. The apprLi cant must be a TEACHER by PROFESSION; one who has experience in his business, and am ply qualified for preparing young men for the South Carolina Coll-ge. To a man of suitable qualifieations, the place offers many inducements. Address the Trustees. N. L. GRIFFIN, JOHN LIPSCOMB. g .IOIIN BAU.;KETT, R. T. MDIS. J Nov 28 tf 45 Certifficate. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. T IIE Undersigned JANes M. C. Fr.UZAND and JAnEs A. TAL.BERT, both of the State and District aforesaid, do hereby certify that they have formed what is usually called a limited Partnership, under the name of J. M. C. Faz L.,11, for the transaction of of the business of Merchandize, mainly in the Dry Goods.line, in the said District, at the Store house, now in the possession of the Undersigned J. M1.C. Freeland. J. M. C. Freeland is to be the general part ner and the Undersigned, James A. Talbert is to be the special partner in said concern ; and the latter, James A. Talbert, the special partner, is to contribute thirty-six hundred and:'thirty six 66-100 dollars to the capital on which said business is to be conducted. - The partnership hereby formed is to com mence on the fifth day of March next, and con tinue for two years. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands, this the-twenty-eiglhth day of February, A. D., 1852. J. M. C. EREELAND,1 JAS. A. TALBERT. March 4 ft 7 NEW BOOT & SHOE FACTORY! (Next door to SULLIvAN & Baornua.) WTHER E may be had BOOTS . SHOES W of all descriptions, made of the Best Materials, Iy the BEST WORKMEN! -! -- Ham mad. Plantation Bro -i;st Received A LOT of FRESH GARWEN SEED1:S 4 " Irish Potatoes, A fine lot of Hollow or Pot Ware, which will be sold very low for cash or punctual buyers. LODl HILL. Jan 0 tf -51 Executor's Notice. A LL1 those indebted to the estate of Willam t.Garrett, dee'd., are requested to make payment forthwith, and those having demands against said estate will render themi in properly attested, according to law.. ' UlARLES H AMMOND, M W3I. G. HlA MD10ND, } THOS. GAIIRETT. Feb 5 tf 3 Notice. A LT2 those indebted to the estate of Nathan -L Norris, dee'd., are requested to make pay mient forthwith, and those having demands against said estate will please present them im mediately, properly attested according to law. 'N. A. NORRIS, Adm'x. March) 4 Cum 7 Notice. 4L L Persons indebted to the estate of Oliver -Towles. are requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands against the same will render them in properly attested. R. M1. SCURRY, Administrator.. Oct. 0 tf 38 Notice. A LLT persons indebted to thie Assigned Estato of John Lyon arc requested to make imme dirte payment, as longer indulgence cannot be given, and must not be expe~cted. S. F. GOODE, Assignee. Jan 21, 1852 tf I Notice ! WTITHIa view to close out my entire Stock of WINTER GOODS, I will sell them at cost for CASH. Call ye, who want Bargains. W. P. BUTLER. Feb 19 tf 5 Notice. A LL1 persons indebted to the estate of Henry .tiWaldrumn, dee'd., are requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands will present them properly attested forthwith. -- WM. WVA LDRUM, A dm'r. Dec 25 tf 49 Notice. LL persons having demands against the i. estate of William Ruasall, dee'd., are re quested to hand them in to the Subscriber pro perly attested by the first of A pril next, as the affairs of the Estate will positively be closed at that time. B. C. HARD, Adnm'r. Graniteville, March 4, 3t 7 Notice. A LL persons indebted to the Estate of E. IT. .t.Norris, dee'd., will please come forward and make prompt payment, and those having demands against sai estate, are requested to render them in properly attested. N. A. NORRIS, Adm'r., JULIA A. NORRIS, Adm'x. March 4 3m 7 Notice. A LL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mary . Watson, dce'd., are requested toemake prompt payment, and those having demands will present them forthwith, properly attested as the law directs. S. J. WATSON, Adm'r. Ja 22 3m I