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HY E INIAL.
MlARnlEU, on Sunday the 9th inst., by Lewis
Culbreath, Esq., Mr. GOODy McMANI.' and Miss
FnAXcis T tMMERMAN, youngest daughter of the late
David Timmerman, all of this Dstrict. 0
SMaarti., on the 19th inst., by the Rev. G. I.
Cliett, of Georgia, Mr. A'. B. GREEN and Mrs.
ANNA S. Cox, all of Barnwell District, S. C.
MA RRIED. on the 1th inst-, by Rev. J. F. Peter
son, Mr. BRoWN JENNINGS and Miss MAR rinA E-irn
trDGE, all of this District.
Correspondence of the Advertiser.
HAMBURG, April 25.
Co-rox.-We have no change in prices worthy
of note, since our last report. Our Market still
continues languid, and prices irregular, and tending
downwards, eaused by a similar feeling in the Sea
Port Markets and the European war features. Sa'es
this week have been light, owing to the differenee
between 'holders and buyers. We quote prices
notinally f-om 5j to 9ets. p.
Ma. Earrott:-Please announce Hon. P. S.
BROOKS as a Candidate for re-election to repre
sent the Fourth Congressional District, consisting o
Edgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry and Lex
ington, in the next Congres, which election will
be-held in October next, and thereby greatly ob
lige MANY FRIENDS.
gp'' Tuc Friends of Col. A. C. GARLINGTON
respectfully announce him as a Candidate to repre
-pent the 4th Congressional District, at the election
in October next.
los. J. P. CA11ROLL is respectfully
.announced by his friends as a candidate for re-elee
lion to the State Senate. at the ensting election.
Z Tne Friends of Maj. TILLMAN WAT
SON, respectfully notinate him as a candidate for
Feat in the State Senate at the next election.
P COL. MARCELLUS HAMMOND, is re
-spectfully announced as a candidate for a Seat in the
Ilouse of Representatives at the ensuing election. .
- EN TnE Friends of W. C. MORAGNE, Esq.,
r.-speetfully announce him as a candidate for a Seat
in the House (of Representatives at the next e!ee:ior.
CMTiE Friends of Mr. WADE IOLSTEIN,
'tninate him as a candidate for a Seat in the
House of Representatives at the next election.
TuE Rev. Dr. T. HERMINGiiAM will preach at
Dr:II. Be-T's on Sunday the 30th inst.
Tim Union Meeting of the Fourth Division o
the Edgefield Baptist Associatiot, will convene at
the Mount Lebanon Church, nine miles, by Plank
oail, from Iiamburg, on Friday before the fifth
Sabbath in April. We hope tite meeting will be
fully represented by Delegates from all the Churches. I
We also affiectionately invite Mlinister!ng Brethren
irother G. It. CLIET, of Georgia, is appointed
to preach the i ntroductory Sermon, and Brother S.
P. GrEnx., his Alternate.
J. G. DAGNF.LL, Cr.ER.
MR. EDITOon:--By Divinto permission I will g
preach at the fellowitng places on thme following days.
At Salem Church, on Mionday Ist May,
" Sardis " on Tu.-sday 2d "
" Lexington ont Weditsdayv 3d M ay, ~
" Cloud's Creek, on Thnrsday~ 4th "
e" Bethel, ott Friday 5th "
"Mt. Ebal, otn Saturday and Sundny. 6ith and
7th May. .IAS. F. PETERtSON.
* Religious Notice, el
TIIEnr. will be a nmeetintg of the Ministers' & S
Deacotns' Gkmtfe'renice of the Secontd Division of the ip
Church, otn Friday before the 5th Sabbath in A pril1
at IIl o'clock. -at
lentrodutomry Sermon by Elder B. F. CoatcI,
Elder .lotns TRAr'r. Ahterttat. i
1st subject o.f discusin,-" The cause of the sad T I
deelension of Religion, ler
d.L-" Relative duties of ther Preacher to the (i
A cordial invitation is hereby extentded to Minir
tering Brethren. atnd all others, to attend thle Meet- Ci
ing for the promrotton of Btotherly funion itt the
Churches, &c. ROBT. BRY AN, Sr., Clerk.
Butler Lodge, No. 17, I, 0, 0, F
A Regnlar Meeting of~ this Lodge
- will be heldl itn their I lall ott Moniday L:
eventing next, at 7 o'cloek. Cl
GEO. A. AI DDISON, See'ry. SP
A pril 20 it 14 atn
THE YOUNG LA
- ~ - DI ES of the Edgefleld C..l
legiate Institute, wi:1 cive their
M1AY CONCERT, on MODsy swarr, tihe]
The Patrons andi friends of the School, and aill
M.thters are invite:d to attend. thi
C. A. RAYMOND, PatscirAL. h
A pril 21, i t j5 A
S. W. M A BR Y m.
.ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY. dr<
LT2 OFFICE at Edi.efiel Court House, (onte door s
'below G. L. PENN's fatiiy groc'ery. - elit
A pril 27. tf 15 .
-, Edgefield & Cheatham Plank R
- ROM anid after the 1st May next, the Edgefeld o
L& Chntham P'lattk Rad will be opewned front
Mr. JAitss GssFFtN's to, the jutnction with thle Illatm
burg & Edgelield l'lank iload, a distance 'if a.bout ant'
.five miles, and the followitng tRates of Toll wtll be -
Rates of Toll.
Four, fle antd six htorse Waigins, 5 ets per msile
Thtree " " 4 ". " l"
Two " 3 "L " " zen
'Two " Carriages 3 " " " part
Oneo " " 2 "I "~ " limt
ilorseback travellers, 1 " " " Pt
. Vehicles on mee~ting. arc each entitled to htalf the In
i'LA NK TR ACK, antd thle D~rivers ure required to soin
4urn to the " R IGHT '"
S. F. GOODE, PriEsIDEN-T. C
- A pril 23, tf 15
state of South Carolina, 9
-Denj. Rl. A ddison, ~
es. Bill for Acet <4. Rel'f
George Zimmerman, et tal.
IT ape~iingthat the De'fettdant .John Martin re.
idswtot tije limits of this State,. on motitna
,.f Messrs. CAnnLoLIh & MoR~que.: Phaintiff's Solici, 1'
tars, Ordered that the said D~efettdttnt demur, plead
pr answer to thme Bill in this cause, within thtree hall
;ttonths from the. publication of this Order, or the ,j
said Bill will be etttered pro confesso tagaist him, nes;
A pril 27, 1854. 3m iS -
* Wanted rF
B Y the Sub'criber, a first rate MILOTI COW .1
with a young Calf, for whtich a liberal price to .1
will be pad.. . W ALDO. I
A pril 19 tf 14 -
- - -- -- TI
Rags and Deecswax Wanted.
WA ANTED Onte hundred Thousand PoundsU
V of each. R. L. GEN T RY.
Hlamtburg, A pril 20, -. tf 14 A
ntetr'eceived a large and varied .assortment of ]
tJ F ANS, of beautiful styles.-for sale very cheap 1
by J. A. GUlt LEY. mo,
April 1 tf 12S A
I HAVE NOW RECEIVED my en
tire Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Comprising ALL ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT
FOR Till- TRA DE, to which I respectfully invite
the attention of the community and the trading
public. W. P.'BUTLER,
No 1, PARK ROW.
Edgenield C. 11., A pril 27, tf 15
IT HIE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends
and the pubi e generally that he has on hand,
at the Store formerly occupied by WILLIAss &
CHRISTIE, it Stock of
Desirable and Seasonable Goods,
Which he will sell VERY LOW FOR CASH .
They have been put in his hands on sale on such
terms as will enable himn to sell them ait COST, and
many of them eonsiderably UN DIER COST.
All those who desire to purchase goo~d bargains
will do well to call and examine the Stock.
April27 tf 15
NEW SPRING GOODS!
RICH TWISTED SILKS, BAREGES AND TISSUES,
ORGANDIES, JACONETS, BRILLANTS,
FRENCH CALICOES, EMBROIDERIES, cc.
A ILLER & WARREN, AUGUrA, GA.
il have received a large Stock of the above
GOODS, which for
Novelty, Beauty and Variety,
Are believed to be unsurpassed in any Market; and
having been selected from the very latest iliporta
tifons, our customers will fil them to be the new
est and choicest Gooids of the Season.
A beautiful list of Goods for Misses' Wear, eon
Rich 11AIR EGE RORES, (something new:)
Neat French .IUSLINS anl l.LIANTES:
Plain, Buff, Pihk, Blue and Fawn col'd French
French, Engliph and Amerietan PRINTS.
We have also a handsoime $tock of Goods for
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,
Which we would be pleased to show onr customers
and the pnblie. :ISsuring them that OCR PRicraS wJLL
11E AS CnE1ir A TiE Co nAPEsT.
r Persons 'fromi the country would do well to
Zive us a call bef-ore purchasing elsewhere.
Augista, April 19 tf 14
New Line of Stages!
IllS L ne leaves A UGUST A every Monday.
. Wednesday and Friday iorn'ns: at 8 o'clock,
in Edgefied-l C. i. to Ninety-$ix Depot. where 8
'rsengers take the Cars of the Greenville & Co.
umbia Rail Rinid to Newberry, A bbeville, Ander- S
on :nd G reenville.
Leave NIN h-TY-SlX DEPOT on Tuesdays, e
'hursdnye and Saturdays upon the arrival of the
town Passenger Train. and arrive iu Augusta the
:ie day. It. DUGLAS$ & CO., b
April IS, 1854. 1 m 14
5 Broad Street, Auguuvta, Gee.
T A. G(UlR.l Y, Ih'aer in- h
. lIou ekeepers flarlware, Table Cutlery,
Spoons, Crockery, Tin, Wood and Willow Ware,
Pocket and Pen Knives, hazars and Scissors,
Fine Perfiumery ;and Brushe's,ti
Pmrt M'mnie-s. Purses, Pita. and Needles, e
M usical Instrumtents,
Fishing Taek'e, TIoys of all kinds,
Glo'ves, llosiery. Suspenders and Faney Goods
gr All Goods are warr:mnted to be what they
e represenited, andi will be sadld as lmw as can be Ci
archais-'d iin the Citv.
The pnatronnact of the pulic isn most respectfully
Aurustat. .\lar 22 tt 10 .
rew and Wonderful itachine, i/
WILLIAM STODDARD, PATENTEE. ' 1
['ilE Subscriber havinig puarchased'l hIighat fr
L. the State o' South Carolhina int 'the onmly M1a- bb
ine no'w inven'ited, ifor llFTING; andl SHA.VING'
IINGI.lS, B.\ItR lT lilEAIlNG. '&c., is pre.
redm toi sell the Righ:tmaf the Dtistrits;, or single'
aehaines, ;at prices sufficiently low to mtake it an
ducemient t'ir puarebasers.
Thte Mmehinie being aimpule in its c'onstruteion.
d1 is not liab'e to get onit of ordear, is c-apnab!e of
,iin::til and Shravinig Tlwo Thtousand Shingles per 0O
ur,-better than imde bay hand. It is pomrtamble, rg
d cani h- woarked lby hand. hmmrse- or stama ,ower. I
-n to tifteen. mdays work "f a nehline. will make api
"ugh .Shiinghes to pay the price asked for a sinaghe an
Large in'ducemntus are offe-red tam perdons wish
r to piurchase the righat of' se-veral Districts. OIne :
the: .\lein-'s can he seen in opi ration in the da
ty- of Aunustm, at Wam. IH. Goodrich's Planing to
Itl. amid oine also mayt be seen in a short time at '
r. J1. Witu's alchine Shop, at l'Idefiehld C. H. ce,
THIO$. G. LA MA R. Int
H~amburg, A pril 19. 10-1I. tf ' 14 :
17 Th - Suith Car'o!initm, L.-xingtoan Telegraphl, ch.
.rmnwell Sentinel. P'ee Dee Timtes. Marion Star, re's
neaster Ledar.r, Sunter lBannaer, F"'rieldh H~erald,
lester Siandarid, York ville teamedy, Spartanburg full
-rtan, Piekens Couitier, Greenville Mlonntaiuneer
I Patriot, A nderson Gazette atnd Sotherna Rights ]
Iv''cate, I,:aurensill - Ilerald. A bheville Banner
I [Indeptendhent Press, Newberry Sentinel and -~
whecrri.am, ill ecopy weekly, until forbid, and for
rd accountt to '1' G. L
A Bargain to be had! O
ill~ E ndcrpigned having deterimned tat remove r
. to Columabia, aoli.ers for sale his RESllDENCE --
thec Village oif Edgefield. Th'le house is one of Thai
most betautiful anid coinvenienttly arrangedl per. the
>s ina thae up)-counatry, built according to miodern 'I
chliteetnre. Th'le enatire initerio'r is of three-coat R.
sterinig, hard f'iih. In fronat is a Lawn of fouir tana
es. interspe'rsed with Shirubber,y atnd Romses of the 'i
st beautiful tand rarest kinda, witha about 100 hun- eer:
dacres of back groamnds, of whaich about 70 strt
e'nty' acres are in woodhmaid, all of which is ena
'ced, anad in the highest state of impjroaventent.
'lie Tlermts will be accoamodatinig, and posses-'
a giv'en immnedizately.
W. A. HIARR[S.
'. S.-On the premises there is a superior Well
water, atnd walled with flint.
bar &. tf8 r
j' rTe Caroilinian will phase copy three times
forward neounit tao W*. A. 11 tei
House and Sign Painting ! 'O
aH [ Subsc.ribers ha~vingr foirmed thiemselvesa into Pi
a Co-partnershaip, respetfuilly infoarm the citi-.
airf Eadgetiel Distriet, thtat they are now pre- "
L'd to do all business enitrustedl to themi int theA
tianting, Gildisag, lMarbliang, &c.,
dll its v'arious branaches, anad upoan the naost rea-~T
7~ All letters addressed to them at Edgefi'ld
Il., will receive p'roampt attenatiin.
'hey' may he founid in thte Paintintg Room of Mr.
Trr's lFurniture Establishment.
&afernce-.\1r. Jonis LE~n and Mr. JonNgs
TT- C. H. LUCAS, St
.A. A. PAUL.
Iarceb 8 tf 8 Ena
F or S al1e. ^
TIlE Subscriber offers tor sale htis E
~r, HOUSE and LOT in this Village.-- E
:: The Houise is hargo nnd. cnmtmodious, N
nmndm thme Luat cointainis Sixty acres one- U
of which is Woodland. &T
JleO, a new and handsomei Carriage, with Hiar. L
F. 11. W A RDLAW. Sm
.dlgl'ield C. HI., A pril 1.3 St 13 Ta
IiE Room at present occupied by Mr. Lad lill Si
as a I ry G.oods Store. itnamy absence apply I~
. A. Williams. S. C ISTIE. St
4-e 28 tt 50 .O
ne Fiuest Segars & Tobacco 'el"
A N be hada at the " VARIETY S'TORE." li
Also, Snuff, Snuff Boxes, &o- ' A
J. A. GURLET, -
ugusta, Marcha 22 tf 10
Wanted ' A
WO STOUT NEGRO MEN, for which $12 nimk
per mnonth wi!) be given, paabtle every two gail
thas. ,IOHN A, ADDISON. aedi
New and Elegant Dry Goods
AT GREAT BARGAINS!
W ILLIAM H. CRANE, Augusta, Ga.,
having just received a LARGE and COM
PLETE Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Suitable foor the present Season. is now prepared to
offer very great Indnteements to those
who wish to purchase. Having purchased his Goods
very late, when they were much cheaper thin early
in the Season, and having been very particular in
selecting his Stock, he is satiefied thast both his
STYLES and PRICES cinnot fail to please.
le is willing to sell his Goods at
VERY SMALL PROFITS,
And he is determined that no other Ilouse in the
City shall undersell him in any article.
flis assortment of DR ESS GOO18 is particular
ly large and varied, consistinc of the ChIOICEST
and MOST PASIllONAlJLE ityles and fabrics.
Staple Goods, (of which he has a great
many, will be sold EXCEEDINGI.Y Low. And
AUGUSTA SHIIRTINGS and Geo. STRIPES
will be sold at Factory prices.
le respectfully invites all who visit the City to
give him a ea!l and test the truth of the above.
Got-ds will be shown at all times willingly and
freely, whether they are bought ;r not.
L. Ilis Store ix on South ide of Broad Sttect,
a few doors below thre United States Hotel.
Aucitsta, April I I 3t 13
New, Beautiful and Cheap!
T HE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving
a LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
DISORADELIE DMY GooDS,
Suitable for the Spring and Sunmper Trade. No
pains ias been spared in the selection of this Stock
to please the taste of A LL.
Thankful for past patronage. I assure my friends
that every eiort will be itmade to nerit a continu
4nee of thteir favor. Of the Ladies, one and all, I
would particularly request an examination before
>urehasing elsewhere. Antong this Stock tnay he
4und a complete assorttnent of Dress Goods,
Colrd M (TSLINS. of the latest and most fash
onnblle Styles, 10 ets. to $1.
13AREGES of every color and qtality
P:tid and Fie'd Tissue SI LK, very rilt
Lace Striped 0RG ANDI ES of unequaled styles;
Rich Co'ored SI LKS. very eheapo;
Figured and PlaIn SI LKS. of all qualities;
Nainosook atd Mlull MIUSLINS;
White tig'd Carleton .. do a new article;
a and Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do very pretty ;
Dotted ' do
GINGilIuMS. new Patterns,
Rest Stoek of PRINTS ever offered in the larket,
OURNING GOOMS of every description;
Wh-te antd Col'd Grenadine IANTILLAS, new
ve for Summer ;
'White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
pring and. Suonier
Lace and MIuslin UNDERSLEEVES from Q
o. to 83,00 ;
Muslin and Lace'COLLARS. latest fashions:
- " CHENIISETTS, -new style and
.Larme and] complete nvoortment of Jackonet and
wiss Edlging and Insertinzi;
Real -Brussels Thread Edging and Inserting; -
Blond Steam Thread and Lisle Laces & Edgings,
*Whit.-Grass Cloth for Skirts, new article;
.9LOV '', and HOSIE RY, great variety-suita
e for all ages ;
La.lics', Mlis.;s and Chihlren's SHOES, &c.
For Gentlemen's 'Wear.
He, also trusts that he ha< noot been unmindful of
e wats tof ite Stertner Sex. In thtis line htis Stock.
.atrrLIN EN DRILT.S of every' quality;
Cottottales and Yoork Nlixtures, fromt 12 to 25 ets
Drap de Ettes, Cashmnarctts andI Nlerino Cassimecrs 5
B~rown and Orass Liniens for Coats, all qutalities: to
Uniott Littens anti oter goods fur Children's
White, Cool'd,. plain and buff Mlarsails Vestings,
foI'J Silk Cravats, a light atnd beautiful ar ticle
LoNl f'Wtu li Cravnti, various ennalities;
hithic nhd .Cdolooet Stocks and Ties.
ety "r''t-tli3 itnvite niht NIioe wishing DRY
)12, too'e ttwm h entlI, b'eing de.terminted to be
%I.DESOL D by' NO m'PE in a.fair and htonohta
. a' -- .- .M. A. RANSOM, Auv's-r roa
IL N.--- I .5. FUI.LER. -
[Iambuirg, A pril 3 -- - tf - 12
9Tu R EGIaENT. .5. C. M. .
WDER NO.- - rn~nt
S. C. MI.. are hereby commtoattdedl to toe tond Pi
scar at Sixu, ott Sattnrday 6tht Many, armed~
I e~qutipped accordintg to law, for Drill antd He
r'he LOWER BATTA LION ntre h~ereby conm
noledo to Ihe anod appenor at [tED I ItLL., on Satur
the 1 3tht May, .trmeod and equipped according
aw', foor [DrIll and Revinw.
L'he Commtissiotteod atnd notn-Commnissionedl Ofli
s will asstemble thte dasy previouts for Drill atnd
.ieut. Coil. Tissr.ns~ atno Manj. C"OnREY are
*rged with thec extentsion of thtis Order to thteir
pective comtmandt- P.
'he Staff are partientlarly regne'stedl to appear tn
untformt. By oroder of B. F. STROM,j
Col. 9thi Reg't.
~ENJ. ROPre, A dj'tnt.
poIril_13 St 13 -
1-'rtt REGINIENT. S. C. I., )
SL~ErvY CnEK, April 6tIs. 1854. 5
lIE LOWER RBATTALION, 10th Reiient DE
S. C. I., wvill assemtb'e at NMT. WItLt.tNo, on
trsday thte 27tht intst., armed and equipped as
law directs, for Drill antI Review.
'he UPPER BATITA LION will assemble atpe
kl. Scvatny's, ott Saturday thte 29th inst., armed
eqluippedl as the law dlirects for JDrill attd Review.
he Cotmmissione'd attd noon-Comm issitoned Offi
will attend the day poreviouso for Drill atnd In
etiton. By order of
W. AM. D)EAN, Col. 10th Reg't.
I.!. AI'Avsan, Atdjutatnt..
pril 13, ,3t 13
if u s i e a 1 N o t i c e,
00 Mon-ic htatho chlarms to sootthe a savage, 01
To split a rock and cook a cabbaoge."r
IIE MI EM R ERS of th~e Palmetto BraseL
Band beg leave to inf~orm the public that on
p IBand is no0w in sue--essful oper'ationt, and re- ats 1
tfully solic'it a share of public patronage. '1
11 Commt~utnientions addiressed to R. T1ensen, Pts
mtix P. 0., S. C., will receive p~roompt attetiott. nadu
S.-Wt. HT. Gatses respectfully olK-rs his ser- vie'
to the pntblie as a Teacher of Brass Battds. '
ress hitm at New Mlarket P. 0., Abbeville Dis- eer
S. C. tive
D. LA LLERSTEDTI has received at A'
a his told Stand, Corner oft Globe Ilotel, Au- -
i, Ga , a NEW atnd SPLEN DID) Stock of E
uple.& Fancy Dry Goods,T
rzteittg thte most elegant styles of
'ape De Pare antd Twisted SILK, San
atnotntes attd Velretineso, Sat
per. Super. Broenode attd Plaid SI LKS, th
egant French J ACON ETS anti LAWNS, t
orlston G~ IIANMS andl PRINTS, a otand
medle woF a COLLA RS atnd CAPES, ot
Idersileeves and Cltetmezietts,
connet and Swiss .TRIN'llNG,
necn Camtbric Ilanoikerchoiefs,-_.
per. Paris Kidl GLOV ES atnd HTOSIERSY,
ble.DANMASK and TOWELLING, JI
sih LINEN attd Bird's eye DIA PER,
Irniture DIN*'Y and FRINGES, Foul
IEETNGS and SIlIRTINGS, great variety, Exti
pinen DIj.LLING and QOT.TONA DES, reti
riped and Checked LINEN, for children, sami
SNA1URGS antd -STRUIPES,
a eomplete assortmnt of talmost every artldbe 0
tinmg to the IDry Goody trade, all of which are
rdi on the BEST POSSHBLE TERMS, to
h he invites attention. i A I
t~gusta, Matrch 20 2m 10 ,NE]
LL4 Persons indebted to thte Estate of Warrenl
F. Winn, dee'd., are earntestly solicited tolU8
payment forthwith, and those htaving demiatnds
st said Estate will please render them in im .
itely. JE REMIIA II SEIGLER, Ex'or.
uQtn 43 0
J M. NEWBY & CO., under U. S. Hotel, A
* BEST and MOSTFASHIONABLE ASS
SPRING AND SUMMER R
Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In additioi
SUPPLIE3 from our House in New York. W
YOUTH'S AND CHIL
ALso, a full assortment of FURNISHING Al
j Country Merchants and all persons visiti
examine our Stock,. s we are determined to off'er
August, April 3. 1854.
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Rev. C. A. RAYMOND, Principal
82 PUPILS HAvE ENTERF.D SINCE 1GTH oF JANMT.
'IE SUMMER Session will commence on.
Monday. April 24th.
The gcadendieal building consisting of eight
commodious Roomti is finely furnished with every t
thing necessary to secure the most rapid advance- i
ment of the Pupils. In this respect we do not think t
greater advantages can be anywhere enjoyed. The
prescribed course of Studies is so arranged, that if
the Pupils remnin long enough, at the Institution to [
pursue it regularly, they Can hardly fail uf acquiring
it liberal and militshcd education ; and in the Extra I
course a thorough -knowledge ot' the fine arts. C
Pupils can enter at any time, and if near the
middle or close of the Sessiten. are charged but o
froin the time of enteince. All such deductions e
however date from the close of the second week of a
that Session. Loss of time from sickness if of mitre
than two weeks is also dedueted.
The Rates of Tuition nre conformed to those 6f .1
ther Institutions of the saine grade. Payments are
0t be made at the close of each Session. The fol- p
owing list includes alL.I
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate Department..............$15 00
Academic do ...............12 00 ,
Primary do ... .$7 00 and $5 00. I
lPupils using the Philosoplical Apparatus, are
lirged Extra $2,00 per Sessini. A nd all Pupils A
ire charged 50 ets each, a Session, for contingencies. j
M usic.............................$18 00 t.
French......................... ..8 00 %1
Drawing...................... 8 00
Oil Painting........................15 00 V.
There is no charge for ise of Piano. Pupils prac- at
eing at the institute are however charged $1, each ei
ession, to pay for keepiig the Pianos in tune. tf
Board, with washing, lights and fuel $10 per
onth. I II
There are *no other extra charges, except for be
looks and Music s-ld.
R. T. MIMS,
S. F. GOODE,
E. PENN, Trustees
G. A. A DDISON,
April5 a tf 12
Spring Goos---New Styles! I
rOliN P. SETZE, AUOIs-rA, GA., has
Jjust opened a large and elegant Stock of
SPRING ANESUMMER GOODS, - s ti
eerived direct from the importers in New York,le
which lie respectfully solicits attetntion.
Ladies'.Dress Goods. . q
Rich .Organdie MUSLlNS; - Cl
Rlich Printed .JAOONETS;
French GINGRIAMS: be
Rich Figured BAREGES;
Plain CRAPE DE~ PARIS;.
Rlich Plaidl. lIdia.SILKS ;
Printedl antd Plaid TISSU ES;
Mtourning BA REGEKS:
PlIaid anmd Prinited M~ourning and 2d1 Mourning
A ro-G LOV ES.; Silk nnd Cotton HOSIERY ;
ice and Twisted Silk MITES, &c., &c.
A pril 12 2m 13
PH TE Subscriber hmas just received a large lot of
LRicht and low priced EMB3ROIDERIES, con
ting of an MulnCL RS
Laic, Booik ndSwiss Msi OL S
" " Chiemezettes;
"i "i "4 " Undersleevest
Mourning anti Secnnd Mourning COLL ARS;
"" " SLEEVKS;
"i " " H'DK'FS;
Embroidered White Crape SH AW LS;
Muslin Sleeves aiid Chemizettes, in seits, &c.
.JOJIN P. SE~TZE.
A ugusta, A pril 13 2m 13
)R GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S WEAR. fine
L A1 R G E and well assorted stock of the
Iabove GOODS, just received by
.JOHIN P. SETHE
A ugusta, A pril 13 2m 13'
" MAK. HtOM?. HAP t
HE CHEAPEST MONTHLY IN THE SOUTH !
vorr.D -ro Pursror~oGV, ihvar ENE, NA-renAL. hIIs- ron
rov. LITERATUIIE, AND PRACTICAL. MEDiCINF.. tt
7 Publishecd at Abbeville C. H., S. C., at $1
annum, in advanmce.
T No family shoul be withtiut it!
JOHN DAVIS, M. D.,
Editor and Proprietor,
~beville, Mar 25 3m 11
7-r REGIM ENT, S. C. M.,
IIA MURG, A pril 17, 1854.
DERS, NO. -B
ifE LOWER BATT'ALION of thte 7th Regi
moent will assemble at thte CntEsoKEE Postns, sl
l'ursdniy the 18th May next, armted and equiped gley
le law directs for D~rill and Review. Def
lie UPPER BA TTALION will assembtle at the
l loesE. on Saturday the 20th Many next, armed the
equiped as the law directs for Drill anid Re-Oi
lie Commissioned ad non-Comnmissioned 0ffi. nest
will : emble the day previous at their respee. Bra
places f tendlezVons' for Drill and Itistruction. 3k.
ieut. Col. SniAw and Mlaj. LOVEL.ESS, are charged one
the extension of these orders. els,
By ordevr of . Col. S. HIARRI$iON. Spo
M. CoL.EMAN, A dju't. otie
7 P. S.-The Ladies are respectfully invited to two
.pril 20 5t 14 and
each Island Land for Sale, reet
II E Subscriber offers at private sale FIVE A
H UN DRED A CR ES of Beach Island Swamp -
d1, lying on the River, and adjoining lands of
uel'Clark anid Jamtes T. Gardner, andh rented
presentt year by James T. Gardner.
bout 4001 acres of the above Tract are elenredl
wvell imp~roved. The balance in Cypress and
r swamtp timber.-.
ers made easy to a good purchaser. A pply El
lerton. S. C., May 4 tf 16
JST Receivedl direct from the Factory, Thirty a
Boxes CiIEWING TOBACCO, comprisinig
rChoice Brands, viz: Ihoney D)ew, Oronoco, shal
a and Premilum. For sale by the Box, or at nx
I at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and nx
~e before buying elsewhiere. attnt
..G. L. PENN, AGENT. M
n26 - - f 41 P1
White Lead, Linseed Oil, A1
,P OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL ,ndl TAN.
3S OIL, fur sale next door to SUL~ivAN's.
R. T. M3MS.
mburg & Edgefield P'k Road. "m~vt;
-I PLANK ROA DtI from Ilambprg to Edge exclu
field is now~ comtpeted and open for thte publi
Hf. A. KENR~ICK, Pree.
it tfi 38 . A .
ugusta, Ga., are now receiving the LARGEST,
i to which, we are weekly receiving FRESH
e also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
TICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
ng Augusta will find it to their interest to
our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
Rich and Beautiful Goods
iT THE NEW AND ELEGANT DRY GOODS STORE OF
WARD & BURCHARD,
OrrosrTE MASONIC IIALL, AuGrsrA, GEORGA.
WE are now receiving our SPRING AND
SUMM3ER supplies of
Rich and Elegant Dry Goods,
lelected with much care, in all the Northern Mar
ets. and we take great pleasure in invitina the at
ention of all in want of FAMILY SUPPLIES,
aeling assured that we can offer the best bargains
a be found in A ugusta,
in clemntSpring SILKS, Rich Wedding SILKS.
)rgatidies. Tissues, Bareges, French Jaconets,
.awns, Black. Broeade Silks.
A lso, one or the largest Stocks of high Lustred
Mlack ITA LIA N SI LKS,-the most elegant Goods
ver offered in A ugusta.
New and beatutiful Parisian PLAIDS, in Silk and
ther Fabrics, with rich coinibination of Colors, in
luding the gay, the grave, the rich, the elegant
EMBROIDERIES of every description.-and in
ict every other kind or Dry Goods suitable for
,adies anl Children's wardrobes.
SHAWLS OF EVERY KIND.-n this De
artnent wi!l be found some of the most elegant
:mbroiiiered Crape SIIA W LS, ever exhibited
outh of the Potomne.
MOURNING GOODS in great variety.
American, English and French CALICOS and
HOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As
-ish Linen, Lit-n Sheetings, Pillow Case Linen
iII Cotton, Table Damask, Napkins, Towellings,
AuguSta8HEETINGS and STIRTINGS, Cot
in OSNA BURGS and Georgia STRIPES at the
[M Our Goods will be offtred at a small ad
ince upon the original cost. for CASIT, wholesale
i re.nil. They will be shown freely, represet.
I fairly, and submitted to the unbiassed judgement
W Orders aeeompanied with the money will
ire our prompt attention, and the exercise of our
WARD & BURCIIARD.
Augusta, March 27 tf , 11
EG to inform the public, that tliey have just
retu: ned frot the Northern markcts, with a
11 and complete stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS,
ITaring all the facilities in the purchtasing of their
,ek that a enmsh capital can comm~iand, we beg
wre to assure the public, that wte will always keep
hand the very best order of Goods that catn be
tained. and sell them on as fair terms as the like
antity ean be purchased either itn this market or
A mong our stock will be found the following
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks ;~
Sewing Silks antd Tissues;
]Bareges and Barege D~eLanes;
French Muslins and Lawns;
-White Silks, of -all stylks;
Black Brocnde and' Watered Silks;
Plaitn Black Silks, all widths;
Whiite Enmbroiidered Mfuslins;
Colored [Dotted Muslins;
Plaid'nd Striped do.;
Swiss and .Jueonct do.;
Book atnd AMull do.:
White atid Colored Tarlton Muslins;
Crimped Evening Dresses, new styles ;
Mtantillas andl Scarfs, etitirely tnew;
Crape Shawls, very ceep;.
White Barege atnd Sewitig Silk Shawls;
Frenich, A merican. anud English Prints;
Ginghlamis, of all kinils:
Linen Lustres and Chambrys;
Chteap Long Clothes anid I lotmespuns;
Irish ILinenis, (own) importation :)
Plaiti Line atid Lictn DrilI, for Getnt's wear;
Linen Sheeti ig, exceedingly eep ;
All kindls of Cotton Sheeting;
Pilloiw case Linen:
401 inchb Pilliiw case Cotton:
Ilosiery of every description, very cheap:
Embroideries ot' every description ; somte very
Sewing Silks, Mitts and Gloves ;
Kid and Silk Gloves:
Rlaw Silk and Lisle Gloves : v
Linen Cambric Hlandkerchiefs, all kinds; b
Swiss and .Iaeonet Bands, very rich ;
Cambrie, Swiss and .Jaconet Trimmings and a,
Ribbiin Trimmns. new~ styles ;
Rich Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
Lisle, Thread, and Linen Laces :
And a great variety of othter articles too nume
i to mentioni, to which we respectfully itnvite at
larch 29, tf 11 2
ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. -
vs For. Attachment.
harles I'. Harris.
ames S. Harrison,
Y Virtue of an Order of the Court of Comn.
mon Plents in this ease, 1 shall proca-ed to -
on the first Monday in May next, at Edge
Court House, the l'ollowing properly of the
endant Charles T'. Harris, levied on tinder c
uttachment in the above stated case, viz:
Chetmical aparatus for Asa~ying, three
es, one Sorrel Horse, one Buggy antd Har
, one Jng Quicksilver, one Retort, one pair
is Scales anid WVeighats, one half bushel (
sure, one (lid blind Bridle and horse Collar,
Si one Crushing Mill, two Spades, six Shov
four Peeks, two Drills, one Spindle and_
0n, two Crow Bars, one Sledge Hatnmer,
Axe, two Weeding Hoes, iwo Large Ropes,
Buckets, otne Bail and Bucket Irons, one1
ased Deer Skin, one Seive, one Spider, Ove nt
Frying Pan, one Lot of Fuse, and aboujt 600 Li
LE WIS JONES, S. E. D.
pril 12 3t 13
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
vs. Domestic Attachment.
iward M. Mobley. . -_
John A. Lott, I
The Satme. .. .
tf Virine of an.Order of the Court of Com.- Te
mon Pleas, in the above. stated case, I Mt
proceed to sell otn the first.M!onday itt May b:
at Edgefield'Court H-ouse, one fane Buggy;,h
hed as- .thie 'proilerty of the Detendant E.us
[.obley. . . N
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
>ril 12 3t 12
[E Partnership formed between JTAs. A. Witr, andi
LiAuts and SiMatox CnIRIs'IE, havintg been dis
I by mutual consent, the liquidation and settle- -
of the business of the Firmt will be coniducted
tively by S. untsri.
JAS. A. WILLIAMS.
..n4 tf, ,2 .
New Goods! New Goods!! 1
T H14E Subscber would respectfully invite atten.
tion to his Stock of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS!
It is one of the LARGEST and BEST that he has
ever had the pleasure of offering for sale. For the
Ladies he has
PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILKS,
BAREGE DE LAINES,
~.SI LK TISSU IS,
MUSLINS AND LAWNS,
FINE WORKE1) COLLARS & IEKFS.
CHEMISEETS & SLEEVES.
WIUTE & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS.
Together with the above, he has a 6ine assortment o
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, 4-c.
All of which will be sold at moderate prices.
gr A liberal discount always allowed for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefleld C. 11., March 15, if 9
MALE AND FEMALE.
Rav. W. H. CHRISTY, PRINCIPAL.
Ma.. PICKENS BUTLER, Mis. CHRISTIE and
Miss SARAH GETZEN, AssIsTANTs.
PRoF. F. SOFGE, InsraucToa IN 1usc.
T IIESE Institutions are now in successful opera
tion. The exercises opened on the 1st Feb
ruary with the most flattering prospects. Over one
hundred Pupils are now in attendance. and several
others are expected to enter the present month.
Parents and guardians desirous of educating their
children or wards, would do well to consider the
advantages atforded by these Institutions. In their
location partieular reference was had to health, and
in this respect the situation is surpassed by none in
The A cademies comprise two large and commo
dious Buildin:s, furnished with special reference to
the personal comfort and intellectual advancement
of the Pupils.
With so experienced and highly recommended a
corps of Teachers, with fiteilities for instruction,
they have spared neither pains or expense in pro
viding, the Trustees feel themselves warranted in
assuring a thorough and finished education.
Expenses pr Session of Fire Months
Primary Department, First Class......,...6 0
Second " .......... 9 00
Second "........12 00
Third ". ..................15 00
With Ancient Languages and higher Mathe- -
mties.................. ... ....1-8 00
French, Drawing and Painting, ench,.....$10 00
M usic................................ 20 00
EX- Board may be had at $. per month.
The Institutions are located directly on the Plank
Road, eleven miles from Hamburg.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
hMar 8 tf 8
XcGREGOR k SMITH,
-DAenL s vv
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
Alriages of every description. They also keep
In hand a large and splendid assortment of d
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
M. All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed. -
Edgenleld C. II., Jan 18 tf I
Tax Collector's Notice No, 2,.
I WiILL attend at the following times and places t
hereinnfter specified, to collect the General, b
Poor and Road Tax for the year commencing 1st g
3etober 1 853.
A t 1&dgelield C. U. on Mfonday, 3d A pril.
"Red liill, on Tuesday. 4th,
" Colliers, anevnn,4occk
" Weightoman's S. HI.Wendat.
" A. Morgan's, Sm vnn,4oeok
" Cherokee Ponds, Tusa,6h
' Hamburg, . rdy,7h
'.' Beach Inland, SaudySit0
" Graniteville, Mody10ha
'' Ridge, Tedy 1tm
" floulwnre's. Satevnn,4occk a
" WV. S. Smyley's, Wdisn.1t. S
" talt. Willing, Turdy13.
Rinelitrt', Satne evening, 4 o'clock.
Perr's Roas, natuday, 15th. ,
" Cl. I~fy'sStoeSnme evening, 4 o'clock. J
" latianers, Thusday 6th..
" Moore's, Fri'day, 9th. 1
Sliattefiel STursday, 2th.
R. NI.Scurrys, MFday, 210t.
" Relnrdstm', STurday, 122h.
" tiaj.Alle's, Snte evening, 4 o'clock. ha
" J. . Smley, iWednday 2th.li
" S.C. irpm's, Thusday. 2th.
" Riethart's, Same evening. 4 o'clock.
"Perr's & o ,STursday, 25th.
" Corel~t. CiysSoe Same evening, 4 o'clock.
Librtltngr', Tueday.1t. .
"EMooe's, C. edneMtday, 1th ay
"Shattrfield, Thusday, 20t.
ar Steven's Storeat inrame ofvenine, oclreate
" R.t Act reurry' Dats Iirs, &ay, isst. r
th Donitor, od ppSntmetevni, toclck .1f
"er tRinchardone ut h atwordast 2day tteS
" tla. Ale', Smbvnn,4ocok e
". J. Qmye, ArLonday, 2Th. C.E aD
Mlasan Lne Same evni 0.4o'nok
" Chaths, trevdandfe eig by t'cock
Dr A.wrds Wed TeAy, 26Uith. b
E"eledC P Hrk', hret ay, if7th.n
Etrad's forae Haerhief. o'lok
"GLiET aietyjus Freida ndfr28ath.
SEdgefield C. I. M nday,91t May
Da.Fo reA inres TEAGUses, reTed
dgan l ACt resecin Darh29 Bits &citier
LUST reueived from thse Laonaterye ofl trn out
J. QAT.TLEBGUE, DT.GC. E. i- C
Edear22C . Mar 290tfnP
ARGE andifes surplu ffms, and toigat cat
)Sopjtreeedands.for sale by te
Dr. A. G. TEA GUE, DRUGGIST. e
Edgenield C. H., Marc 29 f 11 e__
ET ractse diretf the Mndkerctrerf,
FIS r. TA.G.LE al kind, DcUnsist.
Ederiel td Kir. H.,oar all sies
I~lx ras Poton tad ilk RatnPs, n,
rO aes byn~e omltfo
Edgekend Cn H., and Fisin Sts, na
VersFl ats. uttPna Vairi, -
'LST troeeive frsom th ebratsheory e, TreNa-h
wn tosD anhor alassednwfshtemre"ay
Dr J . AGUDRuaors. C
EdgeuestaH, Mar 2 tf 11to
mentDfIESrissesof' Sugims, and Ura
PotSnTea Fors sa lete SepLdesel
u Dr.Inan BAhinG. Tbs G&E., D UG sT
"s Lamp, Spie Boxs havinetn.s" H
FaS pin wA in tLEe ofalmins, cnsistingThe
fu teravelend andb Houskellpies-Cn, ses 0
l'aekre Lams, &uned comp.e RLE, fr
Walkin Cae Ios nd Fishinets, Gi
'[TEslas VIOLINS Pcrens a inas Ffe a
Yakeet Dtno Snap-Hourns,lutes, &. Ym
eso Violi cn Stins be t t"ian. jus -reeve
for sle byJ. A GURLEY. CFn
Augusta, Marl 22 tf 10 St
r tai san FinoWre,&c
U'ST received by00 LhSbscrbe GOO CONTssrt- _
FLPOs, en Sacs foree.Su Lb dey . sele
rser Lams,& . . PE. GREYT. TIn
prl ugsa arh2 f 12 a g
. uscal I struaents. s
Spring and Summe Clothing
THE Undersigned have now on
hand, and are still receiving large
supplies of Spring and Sumr
Of the latest styles, and of various qualities,sd that
every taste may be suited.
A handsome lot of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, &c.
An extensive variety of YOUTH'S and CITL.
DREN'S CLOTHING. All of which w.ll be fur
nished at fair prices.
CLAYTON! & BIGNONJ.
Augusta, April II 3m ;3
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &ct
W & . H IL L, Hamburg, S. C.. wouli in.
e form their friends and customerathat they
keep constantly on hand, at their old Stand, a
LAIIGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK,.con..
sisting in part of the following articles..
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives ank
Forks, S'issorii, &c., &c., both of English and.
Tin and Copper Ware..
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand'
and orders received for any article 'that may be.
needed in the Copper, Tin, or Sheet Iron line.:
6MS %) W 0060a.,
A good assortment of Heating and Cooking Stovesk
The latter are recommended to Housekeepers foa
neatness and economy.
Guns and Pistols I
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
ine. Colts' repeating Pistols, Allen's Revolving:
and Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also,.com
- SMITH'S TOOLS.
A large and complete Stock of Smith's Tools, con..
sisting of Anvels, Bellows, Sorew ,flates, Bank
and Sledge Hammers. Files, Rasps, &c.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, S41ws, ChesdagN.
A ugers, Hammers, Hatohets, Squares,. Compusea,.
Axes, Adnes, &e., &c.
Spades and Shovelm,.
Spades and Shovels of the best qualities. Alto5.
Man.ure Forks,.Hoes, &c., &c.
C I A I N S.
Lng, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and Utblter- Chains,
Boilers and Caldrons..
A variety of Boilers and Caldrons, by the prper
ine of which farmers will find a great: saving ii;
-eeding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE..
Pots, Ov'ens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Waffle an, Wa
'er Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Grid .rons3
5moothing Irons, Morters, &c.
100 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assorte
nent of English and American Horse Shoes, and:
-orse Shoe Nails. Coffee Toasters, and Cotton.
nd Wool Cards.
;traw Cutters and Corn Sbelerr.
"he most approved Straw Cutters, and Corn- Shel
irs, which farmers would find great ecoromy to use..
hain Pumps and fixtures-an excellent method.fov
rawing water from .vlls.
W' All the foregoing articles sold on the most'
Hamburg, April 19 6m
Dr, lE W. Abne;y
IAVING removed into the. Village. for the
..purpose of devoting himself, more exchausiv:Iy
>his profession, and occupying the residene first
eyond the Baiptist Chureh on the right, and ad
,ining the Male A cademy, (the residence formerly
eupied by S. S. Tompkins, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
~aymond.) offers his
Professional Services -
'o the people of the Village and the surtouti4gng.
In the day, he cnn be found in hiis Office,ajo'
ig the Office of WV. W. Anaxs, Esq., and in front.
rthe present residence of Mr. Geo. A. Addison,
ad at night, lhe can be found at his dwelling.
Hie will give attention at all times most punettr
ly, to all calls u pon him, either for advice ad pre-.
triptions, or for personal attendance.
M. W. ABNET.
Jan 11 tf S
A Plenty for AUl!
~}LENTY of good lied-room-Plenty -df gnod
.Fare-Plenty of fine water-Plenty cf crry~
ting nteeded in a Publie House, at the PLrAN
ElUS IhOTEL, just re-opened and under the
-B. J. R YA N,
'ho promises to do his best towvards giving satis
etion to all who may call at lis liouse.
Imi Stables are properly provided, and no masn's
irse shnail suffer for want of provender or from
ek of attention.
Rlespectfully soliciting a share of public patron
;, thme subscriber signs his name.
B. J. RY AN.
Edgefield, Jan 17, 1854. tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Coster & Coxe and -.
Abram Martin, Bi te Marshal Asseta.
Jos R. Garrett & others.
N Pursuance of an. Order of Chancello Da-gan
in this cause, all and singular the- Creditors of
ephen Garrett. .1 r., dee'd., are hereby :-equired to
anid appear before me, in my Offlee, at EdgetI.:ld1
urt flouse, on Wednesday the 24th ay of May
xt, then and there to make duc prod-f of thir
pective debts and demands against the said
-phen Garrett,-and such of the said Cred~itors as
I to come in and prove their respective debts on
Sday above mentiuned, will be exeluded from all
melths of the decree to he pronounced in this
se. A. SIMKJNS, C..E. E. D.
Domm'rs. Office, Mar 18, 1854. ipt * 10
State of South Onrojjna,
i. S. Martin, Ex'ix. of
Robt. Martin, dee'd. IAmended ani
vs. .Supp'ta1 Bill for
Jon Marsh, Dis. Assetts, 4-c.
1. Hankinson and others.J
1' appearing that thme Defendants Henry Ti
manns and his wife Caroline, Laura Ingra
n and Pickens B. Marsh, reside without the
its of this State, on notion of Mr. Catwll,
sintiff's Solicitor, Ordered that the said De
dants demnr, plead or answer to the Bill in
iceause, within three months from the pubhli:
ion of this order, or the said Bill will be eq
ad pro confesso against th~em.
A. SIM1KINS, C. E. E. T.
ecb. 24, 1854. 3m 'Z
the Stockholders of the Edgffeld Cdd
Fellowes' and Masonic Building A*ssui.
iENErEMEN: Our Building is commenced, and
a the energ displayed by the Workmen, we
-soon expect to see it above the surface.
payment will soon be due the Contrators.
Swill therefore pkase pay in to J. B. StyrLr.VAN,
surer,. your Second Instalnent of 10 per cent,
arly as pooaible.
r. A. RAMSEY is the authmorzed A gent of the
ipany, to receive linstalments and take additional
:k. Please take due notice and govern your- m
A. G. TEAGUE, ros't.
Florida Lands for Sale !
HE Subseribeis intending to .love, offers for
sale his Lands, lying in Madison County.
Tract contains 1175 Acres, more or kets
A cres of which is cleared and under fence.
Were is a Pine Settlement on the Tract, having -
ad Dwelling with Seven Rooms, and all nces
improvements, such as Stables, Barna, Crib,
House and Screw, Negro Houses, &c.
~rsons who call soon can get a BARGAIN.
P Terms made easy.
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
~b15 tf 5
0 000hf PLASTERING LATHS, four
RV Vand four and a half feet iong, for
low. A pply at Plank Roadt Mill, 10 miles above
iburg, or to II. A. KENRICK.