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Oft in the stilly night,
Ere slumber's chain hath bound me,
The blamed mosquitoes 'gin their fight,
And all come buzzing 'round me,
I lose my rest,
And do mny best
To-rid me of this evil
But 'tish in vain,
And for my pain,.
They biteme lke the d-iekens.
Thus in the stilly night,
Ere slumber's chain hath bound me,
The tarnal 'akeeters 'gin to bite,
And- all come buzzin' round me.
When I remember all
The nights we've passed together,
I'm glad when comes the fall,
The cold and wintry weather.
Then I'm the ho
That from guile's free,
Then I've no thoughts of evil,.
But when the critters come agaia,.
I wish them at the De-ad.Sea-t
Thus in the stilly night,
Ere slumber's chain hathEomidome,
The tarnal varmints rgin ther fight,
And I drag the kiver routid me.
Ild'eerl luv the singing bird,
And little buzzin' B:
Iut dearer far than all the world,
Ti thy sweet voice to me.
0 ! very deep is daddy's well,
And deeper is the see
But deepest in rny busum is
The love I bare for thee.
Then sn-ile on me, dear Angyline,
To make my heart feel light,
Chain the big dog, and I will cum,
A curtin' Sunday nite.
FIRST TRIP ON A RAITROAIR
We have often thought says the narrator,
that to a person who saw a train of crs in
motion for the first time, the sight must be
most miraculous and astounding. As Jack
Downing once said, "'twas so queer to see
a hull lot of ragins chuck full of people and
things goin' off at that 'ere speed, and. no
hos to draw 'em,"
A genius of the sort referred' to; Iately
made his experimental trip.- lie was a green
horn, a genuine backwoodsman, wlio feared
nothing in the shape of man or beast, but
anything that he could- not nndhrstiand puz.
zled him even more -than' it did, perhaps, the
ordinary run of his fellows. Well, he came
to Cartdrsville, a short time since, for the
purpose of takig' hit first Railroad trip.
he'd hearn tell: of 'em, but didn't believe,
said he, half the nonerense folks said about
'em. When the cars arrived at the place,
our hero- was there patiently waiting, and
-nueli excited and elated in anticipating his
ihtended ride. As the cars approached, he
stood gazing with wonder and awe, at the
engine, puffing and smoking. Following the
example of the others, as soon as the cars
stopped lhe hurried aboard, with his saddle
bags on his arms, and seated himself near a
windowv. Then lookinig round at tho pas
sengers, manifestly miuch surprised, he put
liis head out the wintdow~ to see the " critter
stoirt." While in- this position, watching
- idh much anxiety, the whistle sounded.
Our hero much surprised and eviden:ly a lit
tle alarmed, drew back hiis head with a no
tion that might be called a jerk, and turning
to a gentleman sitting near him, said:
- Well stranger, did you ever hear such a
snort as that !"
- The-engine-?" suggested the other.
how she goes ?"
"Guess you are not' acnaiitted'with rail
road travelling !"
"Hang it, no! haint they run away ?
Creation how it jer~ks!"
'-It's all safe enough, you may rely, the
ears are starting."
"That's all; wvell stranger I ainit afeard,
you know, lbut kinder surprised like, that's
all," said the mountain boy, half ashamed.
-I gully ! stranger, did you hear that 'erc
snort, it beat's dad's jackass, and lie's a roar.
er nto mistake. Whew, how it does puff;
something busting I'm sure."
0 fudge, it's all right," said the other,
settling himself for a nap.
"I swow ! I don't see how you can sleep,
dE'rned' ef I do ?"
"Nothing like getting used to it," said the
other. " You've heard of the eels, that had
been skinned so many times they rather
liked it, and used to come ashore every few
days to get their hide taken off, haven't you?"
" ou're gassin' stranger."
The bell rang, the engine moved off, away
went the cars at 8 rapid speed, and before
our hero had recovered from the shock which
the- "-snort" produced, the cars wvere going
slowly over Etowvah Bridge. Discovering
a-change in it gait, lhe popped his head out
at tie'window again, " to see howt it moved,"
saw that lie was some distance from the
earth, and supposing the " citter" was flying,
swoonedl and fell from his seat speechless.
Several gentlemen sittiung near, caught holdr
of him, raised him up, shook him and rub
bed him until lie revived a little. A heartyi
laugh rang through the cars, as the cause of
the scene was explained to the passengers,
wthich had the effect of arousing him to con
sciousness, or at least to do partially so, for
his breath began to come and go more regu-.
larly, and at last he opened his eyes, as large
as saucers, and seeing several of the gentle
men, who had just come to his assistance
about him, ho looked up most beseechingly
in the face of oneo of them and said: C
" Stranger, has it lit !"
LEARNINo THlE CURRExer.-Of all the
close deale: s among us, the Dutchmen live
on the least, andi shave the closest. It is
astonishing how soon they learn our cur
rency. A good thing occurred, however, a
fewv days since with the keeper of a small
" Lager Bier" saloon, in this neighborhood,
who undertook to teach his assistant, a
thick-headed spr-out of " Faderland," the
difference between U five-pence" and " six
" Yen see, John, de piece mit do v'omans
ish do five-pence, and do piece mitout do
vomans ish do six-pence."
" Yah !" said John, with a bull twinkle of
A wag of a loafer, who overheard the
lecture, immediately conceived the idea of a,
e saw" and " Lager Bier" gratis, for that
day at least. Procuring a three cent piece,i
he watched the departure of the " boss," t
and going up to John, he called for a mug I
of bier, throwing down the coin and looking
as if ho expected his change. John, who
renmembered his recent lesson, took up the
piece, and muttering to himself:
" Mitout do v'omans-'tish von sixcpence,"
he handed over three copers change.
Hlow often did the aforesaid wag drink
that day, we know not, it depended o'pon
hi; thirst and the number of times he could
exchange three coppers for three cei
pieces; but when the " boss" came home -
night, the number of small coins astonishe
"Vat ish dese, John ; you take so many 1
"Six-pence," replied John, with a pect
liarly satisfied leer.
"Six-pence! Dunder and blizen ! Yo
take all dese for six-pence t Who from!'
"De man mit peerd like Kossuth; Ib
dhrink all day mit himself."
"Der teufel! You give him chanq
everv time ?"
"Y-a-h!" said John, with a vacant star
"Der teuful catch de Yankees," was a
the astonished Dutchman could say.
A noy was praising the skill with whic
a sister played the piano forte. " Why,
said he, "she once imitated thunder so ni
turally that the old woman had to stop her.
" What was that fora" asked a perso
" Because the imitation thunder turned a
the milk sour!"
A TEXT.-A preacher in Arabia liavin
taken for his text that portion of the Korai
" I hare called Noah," after twice repeatin
his text, made a long pause; when an Ara
present thinking that he was waiting for a
answer, exclaimed, " If Noah will not com
call somebody else."
THE Lantern has been guilty of the fo
lowing " disgraceful attempt :"
What lady's name best suits her nature
A CLFRGYxNu was once sent for in ti
middle of the right, by one of the ladies
"Well, my good woman," said he, "S
you are very ill, and require the consolatio
of religion. What can I do for von?"
"No," replied the old lady, "' am n
very ill; I am only nervous, and can
" How can I help that?" asked the clei
" Oh, sir, you always put ine to sleep s
nicely when I go to church, that I though
if you would only preach a little for ume-.
They say that the parson swore on th.
occasion; at any rate he made tracks hom<
wards in little less than no time.
A NOTION seller was offering a Yanke
clock finely varnished and colored, and ui"
a looking glass in front, to a certain lad
not remarkable for personal beauty.
" Why, it is beautiful," said the vender.
" Beautiful indeed ! a look at it almo
rrightens me," said the lady.
" Then m-irnm," replied Johnathan,
guess you'd better take one that haint go
ao looking glass."
I- the year 1758, at TewkslburV, a ce
:ain Jew, one Saturday, fell into a Cesspoo
mnd would not allow himself to be draw
ynt on account of his reverence for th
sabbath. Rinhard de Clew, Earl of Glou
:ester, would dot allow him to be dr:awn ou
an the following day, being 8unmday, becaus
>f his reverence for his Sabbath. And s
he Jew died.
AnxxIG -ro B. ccuEr.ons.-Benediet A:
nold never married until he was forty year
rf age-and see what an end he umde.
Yes-but we never beard of Arnocld cde
ing any thing bad until after he was ma:
A FIrVND of outrs has invented a capitl
way to prevent the smell of cooking in
house. It is to have nothing for breakfasi
and warm it over for dinner and supper.
Liberty Hill, S. C.,
H V nhn ieasortment of PLT.\Y
T ATIO)NIROG ANS, and are p~rte-pred t
nake io ord er B 0 0 T S and N 1H O Se
:very kind and variety, at the lowest M1anufacturini
They will receive in a fe da:ys a full a'sortmer
:f F~A .\ILY GRlOCEII IES toge-the~r with, a bi
selection& of FAM!I.l M EDIClN ES, all oft whie
wvill be otrered at the lowest market p~rices.
Se-pt I. ,f
Bagging, Rope and T wine,
50,000 YDS. IE.\VY GUNNY 1UAGGIN(
30,000 " Superior~e Dunedee
200 Coils llEM1P ROPlE.
1,000 Lbs. best T1IIR EE PLY TWINE,
6,000 Lbs. Sweeds, Eng~lish andl Country 1RO0
reigether with a large and comnpete amocrtment
Hardware, Groceries &~ Dry Goods,
ivihich wiltl be sold CHEA PER than, ever befor
ffree in any Market this side of Charlesion.
Orders from the country solicited.
AGNEW, FISilER & CO.,
Direct Importers of H ardware, &c.
Newberry C. It., sept I, 5t 33
STATE OF SOUTH'F CAROLiNA.
BY HI. T. WRIGII I', Esq., Ordinary of Edg
Whlereas, B. M. Martin bath applied t
ne for Letters of Administration, on all an
ingular the goods anmd ehattle-s, rights and cred
ts of Susanna Martin late of the District ::fore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish nl
nd singulatr, the kindred and creditors of thi
aid deceased, to b'e and :appear before me, a
ur next Ordinary's Court for the said District
o be holden at Edgelield Court Hiouse., on the
Lih day of October next, to show canse, if any
vhy the said administration should not l
Given under my handl and seal,this the ]14tli
lay of Sept., in the year of our Lord o'ne thous
ud eight hundred anid fifty-twom, and in thi
eventy-seventh year of American I ndependenec
H. T. WIGHT, o. E.DI.
Sept15 2t 35
State of South Carolina,
B.TWRGHlT, Esq. Ordinary of Edge
WVhereas Benmj. llatcher, sr. has applied to mec foi
'etters of Administration, on all and singnial
lie goods and chattels. rights and credits o:
Thrista Hatcher, late of the District afore
Thesa are, therefore, to cite and admonish al
ud singular, the kindred and creditors of the
aid deceased, to lbe and appenr before me, a
ur next Ordinary's Court for thme said District
o be holden at Edegfield C. Ilouse, on the 27t]
lay of September inst., to show cause, if auny
whiy the said administration should not b<
Given under my hand and seal, this the 10tI
lay of September in the year of our Lord one
housand eight hundred and fifty-two, and it
he seventy-seventh year of American Indepen.
ence. II. T'. WRIG lT, o. E. D.
Sept 15 2t 35
AN excellent Road Waggon, mix lir New Iar.
Lness, togeiher wih Strechers 'ifth Chain and
jover. Trhe Harness will be sold eittw.r with the
vaggon or separately. For terms apply to Joum
[Iuiet, or the Subscriber at the " Spannt Hotel."
J. fl. JARMAN.
itG. W. LANDRUiYI
it 3 TILL Practice in th6 Courts of LAW and
d EQUITY for Edgekd and Lexington Dis
ti iets. Office in Law lange, Edgefield C. 11.
, Jan 16, tf 52
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
uElgefield Court House, near the PLANTER'S
Ile will attend promptly and strictly to business
e in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
S. S. TOM iPKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Orcz immediately in rear of the Court house.
Jan 22 tf I
JAMES M. DAY,
OF RICHIMOND, VA.,
Permanently located at Edgefield C.
H., offers his professional services to
the citizens of the Village and its vi. I
cinity; and will attend to any call he may have
ither in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted.
March 13. 1850. tf 8
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PARKER.
b Addreas Edgefield C. u., or Sleepy Creek,
P 0., S. C.
March 11 1852 ly 8
ror the Stato Legislature.
JOHN R. WEVElt,
J. C. ALLEN,
J P. CA RONLL,
et W. S. 3A0BLEY,
IA. J. IIA31310 ND,
JON C II AT3E.1,
o JA31ES CA3MERON,
Z . W. CA RWILE,
- S. TOM'KINS.
GEORGE W. LANDRUM,
r-r Tax Collector.
.. A. BIOOKS.
it DERICK 1iIOl.SONUiAKE,
F. W. iulUlT.
HENRY 11. IlLL.
i BAWNEY 31. LAMIAR,
WIll LIAM L. PA RKS,
W or Shorif.
R. S. KEY.
FEl.IX E. lIODIE,
VIRGIL X. WHITE,
W. F. OURISOE,
IA.MlBURG. S. C.
~ TILE undersigned having taken
the above louse, recently occupi
LE ed by TIHENT & S31MITI1, would
respeettully inflrn his friends, andl the travelling
connnnity genaeratlly, that he will he preparedl, on
and after tihe ht of Septemnber, to receive and ne-.
0 comiunodate travellers and regular boarders int a
tile inferio r to nonte in the Sonthern States.
Having had the whole premises renevated and
repaired, and itending to, devote his undivided
- te com:fort and conivenienece of travellets and reg
ntlar 1loarders. SAAC iS.llTII.
- A ue 27 1 - 22
BRINDLEY Si ROSANOND,
IIAMBUlRG, S. C.
~I ;TOULDl invite tihe attention of their friends
y and the public generally to their large and
ahandsomely assorted stock of
Gr'oceriesi and Liquors,
Coimprisitng almost every artiele ini their line ever
called for byv the planter. All of which they are '
determined to sell Lu.tw as the LOW EST.
They would respectfully invite their friends aind I
the public to, at leatst, call and examine their Stoc.k
before p.urcha~sing elsewhere ;--anid they flatter
t hemselvyes fruom their present frlities for pur.
chuaing. and their willingnmess to work for S.\A LL~
P'ItOFITS, oif being able to oler snehi inducements
as will insure a continuance of thait liberal peatroni
"age. heretofore bestowed.
The. most liberal prices will at all times be paid
for C*OTTO'N and oilher prodnee.
Ordersi for all goods in their line will be prompitly
and satisfactorily executed.
it I Taunburg, A ug 20 .it 32
hi SJIPSON & GARIlNERI,
Warehouse & Com'n M~erchants;
MVcINTOSH.ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
rj I I E Unudemrinred conitinue~ the W1A.R R HOt.7SE
lAND COM.1.'IP.10N It USINIES in atll
its braniches. in .Judge Starnecs' l'ire Proof Ware
I Iouse, on Mlntosh-.Street, under the namie and
style of SI.\PSON & G A RDIN El.
Int tenderinig to our frietids, and the publie gen
rally, our thanks for the liberal patronage extendled,
,f e taike this methond of assuring all, that no ellhrt
on our part will be wanting to advance the interests
of those who aycn, d their butsiness to us.
e resfrHgig oeadFamiily Supplies,
promrptly filled at the lowes't nmarket rates.
Cas uavances mnade on produce in Store when I
J. R. SlIMPSON,
J. T. GARDJINER.
Auntnsta, Aug 25 6mi 32
AT TH E OLD STAND O)(F S. & J. GILUERT,
- CHARTETON, 5. C.
1& Ea. MJ. (iILIERT continuie the
* CAIIRIAG;E BUSIN ESS at the above stand.
I Nos 35 and It0, Wentworth Street, whiere they will
be pleased to exhibit to their old friends and cus
- tmers a very
Extensive Stock of Vehicles,
compi~rising those of their owvn mnanufaceture togethert
varionts other styles usually found in this market.
tTheir long acqo~uatice with this market 'as
M1anufacturers andt )Dealers will enable theti to
Soffe.r great inducemnats to purchasers both in styles
3A ug 25 tf32
Brilliant Display of Jewelry !
- llAVE just reeived, in addition to my formier
s1 tock of JEIIWELR Y, a haindsomei assortment of
Double and single Cased Gold fever Watches
A nehor Escatpemnent and D~etaeberd " " i
.Doublo atid Sinugle Cased Silver Lever "
G'entletmen's Gnard, Fob ail Vest Chains,
Ladiesa Chiatalainies and Gnard Chatinac,
" Gold tatnds and hair hiracelets,
Cuff Pins, Gold and Cornelian Charms,
Crosse, Lockets, A rrown, Buttons, &c.
" Ear andl Fitnger IRings,
Gold and Silv er Thimbtles,
rGold Pencil Cases, with and without Pens,
f Silver Conibs, Coral A romlets and Niecklaces.
-These articles I received direct from the Importers, I
Iare all wiARanTE-Do and shall bet sold LO.ow
I'W. P. BUTLER.
IA pril 15 ilL 13 I
Not icc.e. tt eo
JLLPrsons indebted to the ettofLry(
.Mundy, dee'd., are hereby notified to I
make immediate paymenit, and those lhaving de
m aands wiill piresenat themi proiperly attested.
IH. T. W RIGilT, A dm'r.
July 7 3m, 25
11 Abbeville Banner will copy three umonthis
andl forward accoiunt to this Offico.
Turnip Seed ! p
T UST received fruoa Philadelphia a supply of '
C) Rutabaga, Globe and Large Norfolk TURlNIP~
SEED, for sale by G. L. PENN, AGEr.-r
.luly 21 if 27
wE stock of Choice BA CON SIDES
' IOLDERS, HIAMS, anid LARD, for
J M. 1V...E
WHOLESALE & R]
READY MADE CLOTHING, TR
UNDER THE U. S. 1I
T M. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving t
Pi oRendy Mado Clothing ever offered in this
mproved styles of mawnufacture.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOU'I
gif Country Merchants, and all persons visi
nd exmunine our Stock for themselves.
Anusuta, Sept. 23.
Metcalf's New Iron-Front Stoi
A LDRICH' & ROYAL, dealers in R 00 '
the largestaudfnost splendid assortment o
LADIES, GENTS, BOYS, MISSES J
For Retail,) of any other House in the City.
gg" Persona visiting Augusta will alvays
tble articles to select from at our New Store.
LO Please give us a call and see for your
April 1, 1852.
D. B. PLUMB k 00.,
DYIUG?TS & 0%f57 &
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA.
"A''. p''as"re in calling the attent"i'n'" ""i'"y
JSICIANS and PLANTERS to their Stock of
:'resh and Genuine
Medicines, Chemicals, &c., &c.,
vhich they wnrrant to be second to none in PU RI
[T an1d completeness of assortment. Every article
is prepared in strict accordance with the formula of
he U. S. Pharmmneopai
They also keep constantly on hand a full asort
nenst of Paintel, Oils, French and Asmerienn Win
I-ow and Coach GChs,'Centent, Superior Varnises,
-ire Proof Paints, FindSpo.nges, Shsaving and Toilet
ioaps. French, Englishind American Perfunery,
e., &c. "
Also, FRES GARDEN SEED of every kind
.nd of the best quality.
D. 13. PLU,~
i1. P. GAIVIN, 1. D.
August 18 2m 31
A. M. BENSON,
are House 'and Commission
* Hamburg, S. C.
OUDrespectfully inform his former pa~
trnin the public generailly, that heo las
eased lhe Ware-Ilouse recently occupied by Alessrs
ItANNON & COLEMAN, where lie will be
Receive, Storre and Sell Cotton
udt omter pro.duce ?Zonsignen -to nt,- :
eceive andi forward )1erchanadize to the country.
In tendlerintg his services to the public. he flatters
imself, from an experiensce of SE~VENTEEN
kEARS in the aboye business, and a thorough
~noledge of all its biranchee, as well as froma a.
eneral acquainttanceiwith the planters aof the sur
oundoing coutntry, togethecr with Isis unidirided per.
osnal attention to t.&e business, that he will bet
ble to give genteral satisfaetiona to all wholn, is
aor himt with thyir confidence, amnd assures thens
ht no eff'ort shall be wanttinig, on his'patrt, to pr..
noie their initerest.
Liberasl Cash advances made on Cotton and othes
roduce! ini Store.
Orelers for Ragging. Rnpe, and. family supoplier
romp ttly filled, ait the lowest miarket rates.
Aug I8 tIf 3
ILLothose inadebtedl to the estiate of W illa a
~ Garrett, dee'dl.. nre requestedl to mastoe pa
wnut forthwith, and those having demnaindls nien ss
id estate will render thetm in hroperly at~ted.
ecordinsg to law.
CH ARTLES hfAMSMOND, )f
THOS. G.\RRETrT. .
Febh 5 tf :
WARDLAW & WALKER,
PACTORS AND) COMMI.\18IO0
forth Atlantic Wharf, Charlestonu.
Comtazitsoss Foa SILNG CorroN,
Fifty Cents per Bale.
r IE Subscriber having formedo a Co-Partnership
with Mir. W. A. WARD L AW, of Carleton,
arerly of Abibeville, S. C.. for thle puirpose sof elo
rt: a G ENKElAIL FACTOI A GE and CO.MM.\?i
ON BUSINESS, avails haimuself of the precsenlt
pportunity, of returming his sincere thanks to his
uerons friend. for the liberal pationtage bestowed.
r a numiber of yents past,--and in mnovinagtensders
e services of the new concern of W A RI IL.\ W
SW.\LEER, Charleston, where lhe hopess osnny.
not all his old patrons will find it to their intereset
ship their produce.
The recent arrangements of the South Carolina
nil fload Company will enable thenm tonam to have
lI epot n the city of Augusta, thecreby sve. the
pense of Toll, and very greatly facilitate the for
nrdilng of produce of any kind. Mr. Jots .
traS, Agentt of W. & W., in A ugns:in. will .att end
the forwarding of all produce that their trio ndos
ay feel disposed to send thenm, free (ot oharge,
ve drayage. 0. WA LKLt.
A ugusta, Jly 19, 1852. f 2
Carriage Manufactury !
jO TE Firnm of HuLL.& WaAnRDAW, in teCr
LIrinage umak ing business haaving been mututaally
i5(ovd, the Subscriber takes ptleasure in retuarn
g his thanks for the patronage thtus far .receivcd,
il respetfully solicits a continunnct of the sam..
lis is the wel' '.nown stand in Pottersville, about
no mile North of Edgelield C IH., where all orders
il be attended to in a NEAT atnd WORKM AN
IE M ANNER, and upon as reasonable termas itsi
lTe Subscriber hias alsp on handi a sdensdid as
irtment of ready made Carriages, Coach-i
a, Bnggles, &c., all of which will be sotld
t.moadraite pr-ices. JOIlN HILL.
J.ly 21 tf 27
ING.DENTS OF A JOURNEY
ROM A BBEVILLE, SOUTH CA ROLINA,
To Ocala, Florida,
BY AN OBSERVER OF "SMALL TINGS."
PCHE above is thme Title of a lively and initerestinug
LI itate work, just published atnd ftar sale at this
fme, and thec Stores of SeLLuvaN & IBaornett, G.
.PaxN sand Wut.uAxS & Cntat-r:E.
ily Price only 25 Cents.
Junec 24 tf 23
ALL~ thonse intdebted to. the Estate of John B. Lo.
gan, dee'd., are requested to make immauediate
tent, aill those having demands to puresenit thesm
oprly attested. M.LLS
A. NIX, Atd'rs.
E. P. HOLLOWAY. i
Feb 19 lIma 5
lP'R salesb the Barrel at 25 Cenats per Gallon.
L- HOLUNGSWORTHI & NIChOLA S.
BTAJL DEALER IN
JNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c., &c.
)TEL AUGUSTA, G.%.
e LARGEST nnd DEST ASSORT31ENT of
ity. Their Stock conists of the latest and most
HS' AND CHILDRN'S CLOTHING.
tg our city, are respectfully solicited to call
e--Opposite the Masonic Hall,
S A Y D 8 110 E S, have always on bauna
ND CHILDRENS BOOTS & SHOES,
rine a good Stock of the finest and most fashion
Spring and Summer Goods !!
J. A. VAiNWINKLE,
WER OJANT TdAJom,
NEXT DoonI TO GORoAt RAit. 1V0An BANx,
I[.AVE tiow oil hanl and for sule a complete
and exstensive assortnit of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drap
D'Etes, Casiicretis, &c.,
For Spring and Sunner use, which will he made
its order in i style of superiority aud eleganec. Al
who are in want of fine garnenlts and wilih them
t1) fit as they ought to fit wil please give me a c4l
and satisfy theizselves.
Ready Made Clothing.
%lv Stock of CLOThIlNG this eason is full
and lare, col)Jrisieg Clotih. Frock iud
J)r-ess Conts. Choth. Cashmerett
and I Drap ID'-te Satls, Ul'k,
Sntin DJ'(hetie White
and Striped Silk Sticks, Grass
Linen. l'oiger Silk and Brown
T.inen Stcks. 1,lI;atk aid Faiey Colhored
Patnts, Slarseils Panuits, :and a large asso.rtm'nt
of Hualy, WVhite tind Faneiy !.tarseils Vests, &ci.
A largre suipply oif furnishing articlss 51uch as
Crtivats. Glo~ves, ilosiery, Suispendoert', Collars. Silk,
(;ui1ne. Cotton an td Mierino under Grmients, Whbito
aind C7olored Shirts, &c.
And a Fine Stock
Of PERFUMERY sj- F.ANCY A RTICLES.
.\l n.~.. iO,1, m frt1,lie,,ent nee of the sna-r
et'AuLrrY and will be sold right.
J. A. VA NWINKLE.
A uuta~i, A pril 1 tf 1I
New Spring Goods for '52.
T1 my~ Store. neiar the ('ourt Ilouise, I have
jusiit'opened~s a COl.TLT- and genecral Stock
,f alli the
Varieties of the Season,
--vbich I rspees.:fully invite tiw tradinig commzunity to
-aill fuml exam~line.
I w.ould pa~rttinkirly invite the attentio~n of the La
is to mv riebl selection of
Em33broiderIies in Collars, Checmi
'Jetts, iunmdersleves, Capes,
\1i1 to myc splenididl Stock ini Pritntedl
L.At WNS. R1 S -'S . J.1 ClN E TR. Piat IN
A..-ID ANCY 1.IREGES,
\nd to a very betiiftul lot of
Embroidered liuslin and Silk Evening
Prices (on ceeit until thes first of .aInury, to
responsiibl.. iand p~unctual buyecrs) to ,uit thes times.
\t libeiral dlis~inetioiinimade with per'ums buying foir
Cast! LOD01 lIILL.
Mlarch 2-5 tf h0
A F'REII SUP'lY Oi Trlli. FULLOWVING
lBaenn. Lard and Flour, 3Mustard in Boxes,
Beef To'ngues, Upes
(Cheese, 'Fruiits in ilranudy,
P'ine .A pple Cheese, Straw wherry, RIaispbuary,
31ackerel, in lIarrels and~ llackliury Jamus andu
Salmon. in Kittas, Piek'dJ Sarsaf'rai.s, 5trawbury,
Yresah Salmonn, RaH'upbury and Lemon
" 3farkerel, Syriups,
" Clams :.Lermon~ and Lime Juice,
Sardines. i-2 and 1-Abox .Assorted Candies,
P'ickled Pork, " Kisses,
Porto Rlico. iiugar, tsunltt ae(n
Stewaris 'otli-e Sugcar, tridArwho,
Suiperiur Brown " 'eae ana ui o
i'tl~'i ad Itriicl 10CBlt' n PWe Pepprc
Jtza tidf~ui~ra ofeeWhiite 3an a s raeed
.h~imica nd Iie Grlounda and neeltGinger
M..lsse Tlemud Arrow Salt,
APulv-d~u ad Clrilldmc oatofpe', Penarm tarch,
TleaLs, ''t'allow Candles,
3Zaecaroni and Veri-l Turpentine, Soda, and
cilia, Fnney Suapi.
Rtice and Rlice Flour, ,B:lacing and Blacking
Soda Crackers., ! Brushecs,
fioston do. .Wine, and Stoughton's
Suigar din fitters,
Jminles & Ginger Cakes. Porter anid Ale,
1.ny'r Rtaisins, Olive Oil,
('urrants and Citron, Castor Oil,
.Maisc, Ntutmeu,', Cloves, Wrighiting Ink,
Pickles and Kectchiups, Segars atnd Trobacco,
Pepper Sauces,, Tubs, Iluckets and Pails
West India P'reserves, Willow Baskets.
Gilnger dio Broomas, &c., &c.
A duled tss the' nhnte. is a gene'rl nssortmnat of
WIJNES. CORDJ.-lLX ns LiQUORS, all oIf
which will lbe sold i.ow von CAsn. by
IIOLLINGSWOitTil & N ICHIOLAS.
A pril 29 t f 15
Land for Saled
TP !E Subscriber wishing to chtanige his businecss
oi'rs his landi for sale sittuated in Edigefield
District, six mtilles below Liberty 11il1. The Land is
itt two trnets--ome containing eight hundred acrve,
the other four hiundredi anid fifty ncre's.
I will sell said lands separately or kteether as may
betst suit the pturchatser. The aibove placers are well
improved and will well re ward the eultivator if judi
The Termis will be made easy to a punifctual pur
chaser. I also have som LIKELY YOUNG
N l;GROES foir sale. Anmontg the number is a first
rite Ilouse C'arpentter. Ay persti'onl wishintg to
purchase enni procure a great bargain by applying
to the subscriber on the premises.
JTune 10 If -
, TIOUSE AND LOT eshutnininig about two
JI nieres, one and a half miles from Edgelildi otn
the Columtbia Road. There tire otn the Int a well
of good water and all necessary outbuild-itngs for a
The pincle will be ssdJ for CnAh or on time,
the purchuase nroney being aphy secured-and
inuuedlate possession given. A pply at this 00lice.
v..b3 If t .
DR. A. G. TEAGUE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
'I.KES this method of returning his thanks too
his friends and patrons, for the patrouage he
has recein d in the sale or Drugs. Medicine$. &C.
He is now receiving an additiuu to his already ex
tensive Stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Rtit', Paints, Oils, Window GLass, Putty
Physician's Shop Wurniture, &c.
TIE FINEST WINES AND BRANDIES,
for Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars anid Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
Paint, ]fair, lit, Shoe and Tanners Bruthes
Tinctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own supervision in strict
acoordaree with the U.S. Disi'ry.
The most Reputable Nostrilnns,
Alt of whicht he will sell at prieen that will coumpnre
favorably with any Southern market. Those wish
ing to purchase articles in his line will do well to
call anl examine his Stock and prices.
Edgerield C. If., Jan 22 tf I
Messrs. Bushnell & Witt,
T AKE this method of informing their friend#
and the public that their M1achine Shop is now
in conplete operation.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blindt, Door Framei,
and all other articles in the Joiner's Business.
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, &c,
kept constantly on hantid for Fale.
made or repairel to order.
Sa14h wvill be furnished lilled with glaseinl prined.
Thuse wishting work i:i our line, will please call
and examine our Stock and liries before buying
elsewhere, and lenrn that as gesi work can be done
at Edgefield Court House, as cnn be found.
Feb5 5 tf 3
ANOT1IElt SCIENTIFIC WONDER
Great Cure for Dyspepsia!
r p E I l.y
DR HOUGHTON'S j TIV.: FIX11, or
prepired frnm ltiie.
Sr the fiourth Stonmacli
of the Ox, after dir.-e
tions of liAneN, 1.crat.
the great Physiologienl
Chemist, by J. S.
I loconToy, M. D.. Philadelphia. Pa.
This Li- a truly WoNh)E IFUI. REMEDY for TIigesttion,
hDyspplan. Jaundie', 1.iver Comuplaint. Onimstptnn. ait
l)ebility, Curing after NATURE' OWN ILETIIUD. Iy
Nature's own .igent, the GastrIe Jutee. half a teaspoonful
of i'SIN. infused in water, will digest or dlsslie. Five
'oceunls tof Rost leef In about two liours. olt of the btolnnc.L
PE'SIN la the iief element, or Great IlGESTING
I'ritelple of the GastrIc .Tuice--the e.lveit of tliw Food, the
lPurifyig. l'reserving and Stinintting Agent of the Stomach
andi Inite0tinee. It Is extractel frman ite V)it.estice Stomnch
of the Oz, thec fo.rming a TittE ll(.1TrVE FLUID.
psreelselv like the naturnl Gntrie .lu*ce In Its Chemical Piw
er. and fitralshiang a COVMPLLTE and 'ElFECT hVE
STIT CTE Por It."
Call on tMe Agent and pet a leerIptivel'ircular. gratis.
giving a bege mount of &IENTiFiC EVIDfENCE. frui
L.iebig's Animal Cmisiry: Dr. Cenahbe's 'hytvengy or Dipgv
tion: )r. Pereira on Fooid and )iet: Dr.,John W. lI)raper.
of New York University: Prof. Dunglison's l'hysiology: c.,
together with reporta of cures from all parta of the U'nited
NO ALCOHOL, RITTERs OR ACIDS !
Rememnber this: l)r. llorirro's PEP$IN Is a aret
Naturnl lRemedy. freos froam AI.COIOL.0. flITT Els, Ad ). S
nnl N.\t'SEOUS lt('GS. It lae extremesly aittreeale to
the tanste, and inny Iaw taken by the most feelble p'iten.a wIs
ennnot eat a water eraeker withoueit neutec dlstn.s Beware
of drugged Imitations, l'ein i not a dalrg.
CURES IN EVEltY TOWN!
Dr. Iheoughton% Parscs hacs now beene tested. for upward.
of two years. lin eve'rycarge town In thce United Statecs, and
tice Agents can refer Dye'pepica to many renarkteste Cute
In every Town! Namerue de'tils of cures. ee'rtl~eatesa eaf
Physlelans aut Patients, are given la the CIrcular. furanihed
by Agente, gratis.
Pe'psin in'Wluid and Powdor.
Dr. Ifoughton's P'EPSIN ta p~repaered in Powdter and In
FluIdi Form-ande In P'rescriputun t'rats fur the use of Phtyn'
cinsa. The l'owde* wIlt he enct by tal,. free' of Postage, for
on.a Dollar, sent to Dr. Ilougkhton, I'hllael'shia.
l'rtvate Circ'ularse for l'hyeinns may bae obt~eincel of Dr.
lloughton or lisa .tgents, dlescrilIing the whee. l1r.>csts f pre
parntionm and gIvhng the aeuthoritie upoan wheiele the elinna
of theia new remedy are basest. As It is NOT' A SECitET
It EM EI)Y, no objecioenn ce wraIsed againist Its tie l-y Phy
si..inns. in recpetable cltstieing and regular practice. 1'rlee
oNE Liol.L..u pe'r bote.
IEvery Bottle ofI GENUlNE l'ElI'SN lsens the written
sltinatu'r. ef .1. 5. ltlghtm. !et. I. aole proprrietor, Phigadel
dhiea. Pas. ('.py-right aned Traile Mtark steured.
;Ay'Solet by all t>ruggts nn Dealers In ie'dicinen.
C97"Sold, also hey G. L. PENN, EdlgeSecht C. 1I.; WAltRD
LAW & LYON. Abbteillec C. I1.; PRtATT &.l.uiES, New
b.erry' and A. J. UltEIGIITON, Ilanmburg, S. C.
- MY Friends andi customers enn
" .find! tie in the heetse below Huhl
lingsworth & Niclsae, aiid as
sanal wiil ma~ke to reder. for C.\SI I,
Fine lrees hinots ................... 97 00f
do. Pmnpcl lioat:.....................$ 800
cli lhouhle Se' Wate r-'reeof........ 9 00
.\ll other kindis of work ait the lowest price.
Exelleni Wo'rk. good1 Fits and snpe'rior style.
guarantiedITru ail those that nmaey favour mce with
n enll. W.\. McEVU Y.
.Jan 29 tf 2
Comie and See for Yoursees.
PICKENS LANDS FOR SALE !
?'JJEl Subscriber re'sidhing at Plentsant (Greove.
Lwishincg to trcavel and Ii' e a moure ensy' life, will
sell on re'aonable termes, all hais Lends, divided into.
No 1. Pleasant G'rovre Tract. containing $70
neres, sitnatted f'eur mile'n WVet 'f old P'ickensville,
Picketns District, S. C., which is quite a dlesirable
and valuable place-'one aongst the healthiest and
miost beatutitful situcatio'ns inc thet Diistrict or State,
quite a pnblic pInee, and atn excellent stated for .le'r
cantile icr any eother business. There are noew on
thle premtise's'in full opierationa, a Saw and Gritat Mlill,
atnd futr good! Shionls on the samte streaum. Also,
two Goeld blintee, a choei'e y'otttg orchardl of .\pple,.
l'enchl. P'ear. Cherry Trees. &c. Onm this Traet is
a good deal of fine bottoinlnd in centivation. Also,
nnc exe'llenet Dwelring Iloucse. Eitchen, aned be'sidles
th StC ills, a Distillery ad all other necessary out
Trnet No. 2, cionsists of the David II. Ttogga'
well ktnow'n stcandl, contaiing 2"00 acres, aedjuinitcg
'Trnmet No 1.
racct Na 3, contains 220 acres, most cit it inm
wimocdi, w~ith a good D~welling aend all other necessa
ry out buildings on it-a beatctiful situcation, a publie
pinice ance a fre'sh little farm'm opened.
The three Tracts lie well, are henlhy. well water
edl and have a good decal of wood land, with tince
timber &c. Also
Thceirtheen Likely' Young Ncgroes,
moto hmboys, 11orses, Waggone, Stock of ail
incs, all thce Crop. Snmithcs, Carpenters and Farm
itig 'T'o. seeme Choice Peachc Brtady, 600 galcons
goad Whei.keyi, Thncan, Lard, Stillit and Stands,
I !euseholdl and~ Kitehe.n Funrnitnre.
P'ersoncs wishing to bnyi wouhl do well to give mie a
enill att home. na I am dletermtinedc tic sell all of the
aboive nmatmed property on reassonable terms.
July 28 3m 28
LLTTPrsoncs indebted to the estate of Ellingtion
Cl.fhrk,ihde'd., nre hereby ncotiiied to tmake im
me'diate paycment, and those having dlemandsagatinst
said estate'will presenct thiemi properly attemetedl.
JYnly 7 it 25
J UST reeciv'ed a suiperior T.at af SIP IS,
.SHOULDE RS nde 11.. MS. icor 'ule bcy
IIOLTLINGSWIOR1 & NIlIOLAS.
TUST Receivitng a fresh supply of Piekh-'s, Pre
Cl serves, Sardi'ins, linhsters, Salmon, Citrocn,
laisins, Prunes, Essences for Cookinmg Fresh ialus
trd, &c. S- E. lBOW1ERS.
Hlambumrg, A pril 17 tf 16;
T HTE isubstcriber has a ire quantity or T.U'M
.L UER of diflere.nt sorts, for sale at his resdentce.
N. L.. ORIFFIN.
J..ly.9 tf 27
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSA, CIRRONIC: OR
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF
TIlE KI)NEYS, AND ALL- '
DISEASES ARISING FROM
A Disordered Lirer or Stomach, such as Con
sptiaon, Ineard Piles, Fuliness or Blood,
the lead, Acidity of the Stontach, Nausea
Heart-but n , Disgust for Food, Fullness o
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruetations
Sinking or Flutteringat the pit of the Stomach
Srniminng at the Head, Hurried and Difficub
Breathing, Fluftteringor at the Heart, Choking
Sufocating seusations icehen in a I posture
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before 1
Sight, Ferer and dull pain in the , e
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Ski
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest
Limbs, -r., Burning in the Flesh, Su
Flushes of Heat, Constant Imaginings of Evi
and Great Depression of Spirits, con be e
nally cured by
DR. 1100F L'A ND'S
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERB
DR. C. Il. JACKSON,
AT TIIE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
THEIR piower over the above dIseases Is not excelled
eqalled-hy any otier preparation In the United Staie.
the cures atrest, In nanny eases after skillful physelans
These Bitters are worthy Site attention of Invallds. P
seasing great virltes in the ratifleation of diseases of
Liver and lehser glanals. exierclding the most searching
era In weakness and afectesns of the digestive organs,
.re withal, safe, ertain ane pleasant.
Read and be Convinced!
The editor of the " Bosox Br,'said la his paper of the
23nd of June last:
Dz. IHoortAsAt C xaxr. Gmxaw lrims for the
sure of I.lver Complaint. Jaundice. Dympepsia, Chronia or
Nercous Debility, We deservslty one of the mot Popular
medicine* of the day. These Bitters have been used by
thousands. and a friend at our elbow says he lanA himself re
eelved an effectual andt permanvent cure of Liver Coimplaint
from the use of tlas remedy. We are onvineed that, In the
use of these litters, the patient constantly gains strength and
vigor-a fact wnrthy of great consideratlon. They ae pless
ant in taste and smatell, andl can be used by persona with the
mnst delente atonaehs with safely, under any elrcntsneae.
We art- spenkin; from experience, and to the ailieed we
advise their use.
Scosva WEXtYL," one of the best Litesrary papers pub.
Du. I! o41.AN'sA CErmEAN Btrrms., manufactured by Dr.
.ackesn. Art! anow reconaninded by some of the anst pranl
nent memltena uf the faculty as an article of much effiesey Ia
enas of fenale weakmse. As saach is the case, we would ad
rise. all mothers In obtaitn a bottle, and thus save themselves
muhelc fit-knenA Persons of elebtilitated constitutIons wlR Ad
the" Bittersadvantageoas ft their health, as we know fron
experience the salutary effect they have upon week systems."'
The ion. C. 1). HaicuNa:, Mayor of the City of Camdet ,
N. J.. say:
"1 Uoort.as'A TuCras Bvrns.-We have seen manlr
flattering noticrs of this aneieine. and the source from whieh
they came induerd us to taake inquiry respecting Its merits.
Fronm Inquiry we were persuaded to use It. and must say
we found It sperilie in its action upon diseases of the liver
and allga.stive (.rgan$. ani the powerful Influence It exeras
upoa nirvous pro*ratlun Is really surpising. It calms sad
strengthe-ns the nerves., bringing them Into a state of repose,
making sleep refrwhing.
" If thas medicine was more generally used, we are satlsed.
the.e wotd be ies slekass. a fron the, stomach. liver, ad
nervous syatem the great majority of real and inagiunry di
eases emante. Iave then in a healthy cnndition, and you
can laId dlance to epidemics generaly. This extraordinary
medicine we wouldt advise our friends who are at all Indis
posel. to give a trial-It will recommend Itself It should, In
fact. be in every family. No other medielne can.produoe
anch evidetnces of merit."
Evidence upon evidence las been received (like the fare
going) from all sectisms of the l7nkn, the last three years,
andi te strimagest testimonsy in its favor, is. that there Is more
of it used in the prnetlee of Site regilar Physiclans of Phils
delphia. than alt nther nastrums cgnhined. a fact that can eoal..
ly tie established, anil fully pving that a scientiflie prepa
ton will seet with their quiet approval when presented even
in this trm.
That this meicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sin. a o o-ne can ltubt afier using if, as directel. tcts spe
citi fl upon th. stoniach and liver; It Is prerferabletoealo
nel in A.L ll .IOLS DI)EASES-the efi'et Is immedi
ate. They ean Ise adinlnsered to females or Infants with
safety and reliable benefit at any time.
L~ook well to the marks of the Gmmune.
They have the written signature of C. 1f. JACKSON
upJon the wrsiplper, and his unnise blown lnathe bottle, without
wich thtey are spauriouas.
3fF Yar palh: Wheetesale and Retail at the -GEEMAN
MEI)ICINE STOltE, No. 12 Arch street, one 'doarr ~
Sixth, P'idelphan; and by respectable "dealersgent ,
tharough the euuntry.'
IPRIGES RED)UCED. -
To enable all classes of Invalids to esnjav the indvantsgs* of
taelr great restorative powers. Saam55s 70T CurL
g~ir Also, fur sale, In thils VillagO. by
0. L. PENN, Aajnv.
Siept 1. 1.Wt. 1y ' 3
D R. R 0 GE R S' .
LIVERWOR T AND TAR !
AS.\FE ad certain eure for Coughs, Colds,
r. Craup. Asthma. Conasumpltion of the Laungs
Spittinag of laseod, liresnehitis, lasoping Cough, anda
all P'ulaaonaary Afl'eetions.
A Lovely Young Lady Cured of
Tsar. fion ing is from the pen of Wix. II. Lavt
soN, Esq.. thec distinguished editor of lice U. S. huil
I ary ad Natval Argus, onder date of New York,
Jatnuary 2G, I85l. What eould be more tonelusive I
"It is seladosm we peramit nuirielves to occupy a
space ina these colans to speak in praise of any ar
tiede in thae inteant medicine way; but whaen we see
Ithec life of a fellosw crenaure saved lay the use of any
medaicinec whsatever, ase constider it as our right, if
nest ouar duty, to give a simple stateme:nt of facts,
thant otthers maay, in1 like mannaer, lhe benefitted. The
case wich hae inadutcad us to pen this article was that
of a yeoung ladly oaf our acquaintance. whao lay frequentt
exposuare to thse night air. conctrneted a Cold which
setled. on, she Lunags before its ravages could be
stasedl. tids sccurred two years ago this winter.)
'.a'rouz- remedaie. were need, hut witha very little effect
er lanefait.-The UCengh grew worse. with copious
e xpetrati..na. ande tihe snaken eye, anad pale, holloew
cek. tiid plasinly thnai puhntontary disease was doing
its nonrtt oan hear deliente frame. The fnm-ly physi
clain was conisnitaed.nntd although lie would not admit
lea the yr~eal ladey that she really lad the Consumap
t ian. vet he woualdl give no enacouragemienat as to a cure.
At this crisis her nmothaer was persunded to snake
us~e oft a bottle oef Dir. .liegers' Comnpound Syrup of
livermert atad Tar. and we are happy to stale alhe
was perfectly curedl in less thana tharee momntha by thisa
medicine talomne. after evena hope was destroyed. It is
usele,.s to cosmment .mt snech a care ate this, for the
simspie trusth w ill reach where polished fiction never
can. If any doasht the authenticity aofalais statement,
let l.tem cahl at thisOffice.--U. S. Millitary and Na
TESTZIONT OF TNE PRESS.
From the N. Y. Courier, Aug 13.
Da. Rloacs' Svat'P or LavrnwoaT AND TAR.
We htave heard oaf several important cures recently
effected by this excellent medicisnal preparation, and
in one inastance that came under our observation, we
can speak cosnfldently. One of our employees .who
hand'sufleredl severn-ly from a long statnding cold, do.
ringe the pacsl week commtenced the use of this inedi
einet, and hise Cold has entirely disappeared.
From the N. Y. MIirror, Sept. 2.
IItVFaROT A ND TARa.-Of the virttues of Dr. Engr
erc' (ongth 3ledicinea preprared fronm thte above arti
elesI ie isneedless now to speak:t its efficacy in speedi
lv enaring Conaghas, Colds and other long complainats..
which too freegntently, if neglected. result as Con
tettmpsioan. is toso wvell establiashed an public confidenace
to ne~ed etnligy ntow.
From thte N. Y. Despatcha, Aug 25.
Wac have heretofore taken occasion to give our-tes
timatny in favor of the eanrative prol trties of Dr..
Rloger'e' Componasd Svrup saf Livervort dud Tar, and'
wuould htere repeat lice advice already given, for aill
persona whto are afflic~ted with Conrnamption, or any
if the premonnitory symptonms, to takale a trial of Dr
ggP The Gentanne is signed AseNac Roauau. on
the steel plate engraved wrapper around each bottle,.
anad is sold whsolesale and retail by
SCOV IL & IEAD).
113 ('hartres street. New Orleans.
Sole General A gents for the Southern States, to whoma
all orders maust be adldresed.
gg sold. aso bh -(. L. PENN, Edagefield C.H :I
WVA1IOLAiW & JIE.'DY, Abbevalle C. 1.; PRAIWT
& .IAMES. New.berry, A. J. CRElGIiTON1, 11am
hunrg. Sn. Ca.
April 1 tf .11
ALL personas itebeited to the Assigned Estate of
LI .aihni Lyan are req~uestedl to nanke immehiate
payment. as leoger inedulgence carnnot begivena, andl
must ntot be expected.
S. F. GOODE, Assignee.
Jan 21. 185a2 If .
, Lthaose Isndebtesd to the estate of Clg~rles
.Logan, dle'd., sare required to makapay
men~tt. anal those hasvinag demands to present -thetm
icrolerly . WV. LILES,
A. NIX. Ad'ra..
E. P. ITOLLOWAY.
Feb 19 11m 5
F~ROMI the Factory a large variety of (214S
w thich we will sell leaw for fash.
BUSIINELL & Yi'o..,
July 28 tf .28
AFATR price will be given for MaS~ (as
i~ Cotton) by S. E. WOWEnt8.
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