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Butler Lodge, No, 17, I. 0. 0. F
A Regular Meeting of this Lodge
will be held in their Hlall on Monday
evening next, at 7 o'clock.
GEO. A. ADDISON, See'ry.
May 4 It i6
Bezaleel Chapter R. A. Iff,
REGTLA R Convocation of BEZALEEL
CHAFPER of R. A. l., will he held on
Saturday evening, 1ay 6th, nt 7 o'clock.
G. D. TILLMAIN, S.C'RY.
May 4, it 16
A VtEX ULA R Communication of
,9 ',9:u !:0 D)LUA f &D 02 5
No. 50, A. 1 M., will be lield in
their Hall one Saturday eveing, 20th
inst.. at 7 o'clock.
By order of the W. M.
A. 3. TEAGUE,See'y.
May 4 It 16
T TIE Stockholers in the Edgefield & Cheatlamf
Plank Reeol are hereby notltied that the SE
COND INSTA MIC1N1 of Twenty-five per cent
of the Capital Stock will be re.;uired on the 15th
inst. By order of the Presidetit.
J. 13. S ijLLIVAN, TR EAs.
May 4, 2t 16
Edgefield Beat Company,
OU are hereby commanded to he and appear
Y at Edgetield 'C. 11., on Saturlay 13ti May.
By order of W. M. LANIRUl, Capt.
May 4 2 t 13
Horn's Creek Beat Company,
YOU are hereby commanded to be and
appear at -our regtt'ar Parale (rouincd.
hEdgeield C. 11..) on S.iturday. tle ith o4f
Mnav. I I'elwck A. M. armed and cquired
O as the. low dire -ts. tir )rill aned !istru-ction.
There wil! b- an Election held at that
time lor Seconu and Third Lieutlein:ts.
.liv rer of P. 1,. E. RY A.N, Capt.
May 4 It 16
CA RR111 AGE !
Near the Georgia Rail Road Dopot,
TILL bu id to order all kinds of light CA R.
RwAGE., WAGONS. BL'GGlES, &e,
on the mlo't accmmidatin~ terims, nl will kee
on hand a sinall stwck of the above artieles, w hiceh
he will as sell low, or lower, thanaby oilier shoip in
ti citv. .
0 'REPAIRING done at short notice and (in i
the most reasonable terms.
N. 1-.-A simal Stqeck or' t.uegi's, itarne;s,
Unirellam. &e., Will be kept on I imd by Mr. F. M.
NICOLAS, Agent, at Ldgetivld C. 11.
May 4, 3mt 16
Raffle !---A Bargain to be had !
r IlEl Undersigned lhaving determinedi te, remnove it
I tee Columbele1ia. o%-r% tP RA FLE .E It a RE4
SENCE in Edzefield V.llaigIe,. Tie liouse is een of %A
- the imost beautirtil and cvonveniently arrai gedt lin-r
haps in thee up-voune:ry. built aeerditig too modern
.rebiteetire. Te tire inuerier is of three-ceit -
p~aeterinig, haird tinish. in froent is a I .awn ofl 6eur
itcres, intersperede with slin iuh -ry an.l Rosees eof the
moselt b-:autiful anld rarest kinds, with albout one
hundred aer.:s of back groutnds, of which aboeut
seventy aeres are ini woee.iel. all of which is en
eosed'.and ini thte highest tate of improlevemlenit.
Th'le Termse weill be aececeunodatinig, ande posses-.
aieen given imendeliately.G
The above cleraimt prlper'y. whliebh cost up~wardes
of $12.tI100, the Subhscribe~r p~rlopoes to Isatie at
$8.000,. as soon11 as the ceances ate :aketn. A
STICKEtTS ONE IjtLLA1\ . to lho hadte ait hi
M~r. M. I.i~seetrs, yEefield C.11I., and .\essrs. tie
Alnen dr SAanr, Columbh.a. S. C.X
Thel fortunate w'iner will be taexed the incidentah
expenises of the lahle.
W. A. IiAPRIS. i
Alay 4. .2 tfe wvrl ___ 5
R .\N A W AY freem the. Sub sriber on the. 7t
MIarch paist, a Negril emani naede .\Al.\l ll.
Said M1arch is live feet tenl ineches hi ghi. cef rather
daerk comphhlexionc aned shatrpe leatures, acnd timp~s freem
hain~g head ae leg brosen. lIeI speaks rathler slewly
Thie Snbscrier pueitlised leim ont $a'ed cy mce
Nare . at ShtertY' saile. Ienore he reachied his a
Leetise with himc the~ nearee rant away. andte has neot n
beenc seenl or heared eel sm ee. lIe is said toe have a
wife at I Jr. hlia tnonn'ces, Btcach Island, andI may be ci
lurking atboutt theat vicintity .
&Th,- abso,- rewared will be given foer his atppre..
h.tsiojn acid delivery at the -hd oeltf ER.eliehI u's
.trict. W. B. DURiN.
May_4 tf 15
'ROM the Subscriber living~ near Wm,. Smy.c~y's
ontlie Geek, (in 'I hur.,day Iast, 1-0J1I pe
COILfs-o~ne a brewnt bayv Filly nder theree yeaire. h
old tthe othter thtree were Mteie ( oel's, two eef w hieb In
were serrels, llne a ccmre ande cte oethler ae horse.
Mlule t1 theother elie is at brtown heay htirse Aelutle. T
A ny itlrmaeition respectincg theme addri esel tlee
thle Subecriber at I.ett's P. CI., will be thanku fuly
receive~d : r a liberal rewatrd will be paid for their
delivery to me at m~y residcece.
May v4 1t" lb
T UST received a stipply oef CihOICE P.\CON
#1 SlI)ES, SII0ULI)JEiS andeul hAMS. foer sa~e
Cheap for Cash. ~ G. L. PENN, A\ OSNr.
May 4 t( 16
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Elizabeth Ruthi Cleey, by leer 1
,next friendl, E. S. Tr. Kreps, I Bill for A et. to
JTacob We-le~y Ckoy and I tiont effrief
iarntabus E(reps. rJRele
.,I T apprearingc to my~ satisfatctionc that Ja~co~b Wce
.. Iy Cloy, ite IDefenidant, is aebsenet fromti aned re- see
sides bevoend thce limeits eof this State. 'in tnotien ofee
Nr. ASEY, Complainant's Seolicitoer, It is erdered -
that they dee ippear, ancswer or deur to thei.- Bill,j
with'ni thcree motenthis fromc thce date hereof. dr judlg
ment pro confesso, wil! be decereed aoeninst him.c
A. SI.\LKINS, c. E . ].
May . 154. 3m 16
__________ __-- - - ____________- eh1
Sheriuf~s Sale. eSi
STATE OF SOU~I'I CAROLINA.
EDGEFIELD DISTRlCT. ;ce
BY Virtue ef writ of Fieri Faeias~ to me
-.? directed, I shall peroceed to sell at1 Eeige- at
%held Court House, cec Ilhe lirst Montday ine
June nextI, the folflowinig proeperly ini the fel-li
''Ihenmas HI. ?larshal & Son vs. Henry Luther,
*t-he Defedant's righlt, title nad ienterest ice :t e
lense fromn lice Gratnitevillet Conmpanyv. in t he
-Saw MirHe nnd Lands on Bridge Creek, kcnown;
as Lutther's Mill. The purchaser .to be subhject it
to lice payment of a balamee of RentL due saidh C
Termis Cash. 3
LEWIS JONES, s. E. 'D.
May 4 51. 16
Ilouse and Sign Painting ! R
T 1lE Suebscribers haiving frnmed them~iselves inteo
a Co-partiershiip, resp--eftfully info~rmc thle citi-.I
zens oef Edgeiehll Distriet, that they aree neow- pre.
pared to do all busitness entrusted to theme c in tee
In all its various branchesee, and upeeon thce moset rea
[lTf All letters adderessed to them at Edigefield
C. I11., will receilve promnipt aetttieen.I
They miay bee foeund ice the P'ainiting Rootm of Mr. r
W rr-r's Furneituire Estabhilient.
Re'ference.-er. Jouts LKIOn and Mr. JTons
Wr. C. 11. LUC ,
A. A. PA.
r. March8~ tf 8 -.
Fresh Flour. I(
J UST receive~d 5,O00 Lbs. GOOD COUNTRY -
FLOUR, in Sapils. andl fer sate~ by
G. L. PENN, A 1ENP.
Apriln 4 tf 12 I
S. W. IMABRY
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY
0J' OFFICa at Edgelield Court House, (one doo
below G. L. PE.x s family grocery.
April 27. tf 15
S. S. TO MI P K INS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
:H OFFICE IN HEAR OF TnE COURT HOUSE.
Edgefield, S. C., Feb 8, tf 4
GENTfor the Prosecution of Claims for Boun
1 ty Land. Revolutionary' and other Pensions
Oli-!e at Edgefield C. 11., S. C.
Feb 23 tf 6
Ma. EDITOR:-Please announce Hon. P. S.
BR1OOKS as a Candidate for re-election to repre
tent the Fourth Congressional District, bonsisting o
Edgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry and Lex
ngtosn, in the next Congress, which election will
ye held in October next, and thereby greatly ob
ige MANY FRIENDS.
CV Ta Friends of Col. A. C. GARLINGTON
-espectfully announce him an a Candidate to repre
ent the 4th Congressional District, at the election
n October next.
W IHom. J.' P. CARROLL is respectfully
nnounced by his friends as a candidate for re-elec
ion to the State Senate. at the ensuing election.
L- Tnr Friends of Maj. TILLMAN WAT
;ON. respectfully nominate him as a candidate for
Vat in the State Senate at the next eleittion.
Cgr TnE Friends of Dr. 11. R. Coox respectfully
nnounce him a Candidate for a Seat in the next
louse of Representatives.
F TiE Friends of W. C. MORAGNE, Esq.,
.spectfully announce him as a candidate for a Seat
a the House of Representatives at the next election.
1if- Tur. FrIendis of Mr. W A DE HOLSTEIN,
,iminate him as a candidate for a Seat in the
louse of Repre-sentatives at the next election.
[ HAVE NOW RECEIVED my en.
tire $tock of-.
Spring and Summer Goods,
rinpinig ALL ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT
'OR T1 i E TRA DE, to which I respectfully invite
t attention of the conunnity and the trading
blic. W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, PARK How.
Elgeld C. IT., April 27, tf i5
r TIE Subscriber respectfully iiforms his friends
I. and the publ e generally that lie ha-. on hand,
t the Store f(ormerly occuied by WIL.IAMS &
'IuISTIr. a Stock of
Desirable and Seasonable Goods,
hiceh lie wiil sell VERY LOW FOR CASI
hi4v have been put in his hands on sale on such
-ri, as will enable him to sell them at COST, and
any of then con.iderably UN DER COST.
A|l tlhose who desire to purchase good bargains
ill do well to call and examine the Stock.
April 27 tf 15
~EW 8PRING GOODS!
ICH TWISTED SILKS, BAREGES AND TISSUES,
ORGANDIES, JACONETS, BRYYJ.ANTS,
FRENCH CALICOES, EMBROIDERIES, &cc.
J LLEAR & WARRE~N, AUGusTA, GA.
Iave receved a large Stock of the above
(J)l iS, which fo.r
N~ovelty, Beauty and Variety,
re believed ti. be unsurpas-sed in any Matrket ; and
viig lbeen selected fronm the very latest impoiirta
is, our custo.rs will limi. them to be the new
t andI chiicest Goodls of the Seasuin.
A heautiful list of Goods for Misses' Wear, eon
Richa HA REGE RORER, (somnething new :
Neat Frenmch M 'SLINS andl lBil .1,1ANTES:
Plain, BuflT Pink, Blue andt~ Fawn eol'd French
A M IIm:
F~renchi, EnglIish and Americain PRINTS.
e have also a handsotme Stock of Goods for
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,
iiihl we would he pleased to shoiw or customirs
d thei public. assuiring theam that OUa ricMs wi.
As il'nKAr AS TinE eniKA rEsT.
P 1erson,. fromi the country would do well to
re na a call befsre purchiasing elsewhere.
Agusta, .april It tf 14
New Line of Stages!
L1'Ill Line l..ives AL UG STA every Momndav,
LWednesday antd Friday mornine at 8 u'cloc~k,
i Eefield C. II. to Ninety-Six D)epot, where
ren:ers take the Cars of the Greenville & Cu
ibia Rail Roam~d to Newberry, A bbeville, Ander
n atid G reenville.
Leave NINETY-SIX DEPOT on Tuesday',
irsdays and Saturdays upon the arrival of the
nwit Passenger Train, and arrive in A ugusta the
ne day. R. DUGLASS & CO.,
A pril 1S. 1854. 1m 14
"V AR IE TY S TOR E,"
5 Brond Street, Augusta, Geo.
A. GIR IEY, Denier in
. Hou~e keepers llardware, Tahle Cutlery,
Spons, Crockery, Tin, Wood and Williow Wa'tre,
Pocket andl Pen Knives, Raziors and Scissors,
Fine Perfumery and Psrushes,
Port Monies. Purses. Pins and Needles,
Musnical I nstruiments,
Fishiig Taekle, TJoys of all kinds,
Gve', 1losiery, Suspenders and Fancy Goods
Qf AIll Goods are warranted to he what they
.-rsented, and~ will be sold as low as can be
n-bais- d ini thle City.
The iatro~nnee of t'h. ptublic is most respectfully
i t. Sign " V'A RIETY SrosR."
A uuta, Mar 22 tf- 10
Few and Wonderful Machine.
WILLIAM STODDARD, PATENTEE.
'TE Subscriber having purchas~ed the'Right for
-the State of South Caroilina in thme ontly ala
inc n~w invent.d. tior RIFTING; and SH AVING
ll.ES, BA RREL llEADING, &c., is pre
red to se.lI the I:ighit of ihec Districts, or single.
thines, at prices sufficiently low to imake it an
lueent for purchasera.
Tle Maehiine beiing siimple in its construction,
ii is not liable to get out of order, is capable of
iitting and Shaviing Two Thousand Shingles per
r,-better than miade by hand. It is portable,
d can be workedl by haind, horse or steam gowver.
ng to, lifteen idays work o~f a Machiine will niake
iiugh Shingles to piay the price asked for a single
Lirge inducements are oflered .to persons wish
to putrchiase the right of several I)istricts. One
the Mnehiines enn be seen in operation in the
v of A ugusta, at Wni. HI. Gooidrich's Planing
ill, aid one also may be seen in -a short tinie at
r... Witt's Maebine Shop, at Edlgefield C. H.
TIIOS. G. LAMAR.
lamurg, A pril 19,71854. '. tf 14
l1 Thie Sotth CarolinianNLexington Telegraph,
trnell Sentinel,.PIee-Ike Times. M.arion Star.
mntter Ledg.er, SutitterUitifer, Fairfieldl Herald,
ester Stamlatrd, e ork ville Remedy, Spartanburg
artan, Pickens Coirrier, Gi-eenville Mountaineer
d Patriot, Anecrsoin'Gazette and Southern Rightsa
Iivcate, Laturensville Herald, A bheville Bitmner
d Independent Pjess; Newberry Sentinel and
ewerri,M ill copy wrekty, until forbid, and for
i account to V TI. G. L
.Florida Lands for Sale !
I HNj Subscriber intendinig to move, ofl'ers for|
L sae hisi Lands. lying in Maidison County.
[me Trct contains 1175 Acres, more or ls
i Ares of which is cleared anid under fpnee.
There is. a Pine Settlement on the Traet, Ipaving
good'I~elling with-Seven Roonms, and all neces
ry .iiproemepts such .as Stables,. 1gras, Crib,
in H-ardse and Ser*mv. Negro Hlouses, &c.
Persons who .eall soon epn get a IB4RG A IN.
117 Terms maode'ensy.
JAS. N. LWrSCOMP.
New, Beautiful and Cheap!
T HE SUBSCRIBER is nov. receiving
a LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
., @ A51LE DRY Gaa@D,
Suitable for the Spring and Su-nmer Trade. No
pains has been'spared in the selection of this Stock
to jlease the taste of ALL.
Thankful fir past patronage. I assure my friends
that every efnort will be made to merit a continu
ance of their favor. Of the Ladies, one and all, I
would particularly request an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. Among this Stock may be
found a complete assortment of Dress Goods,
Col'd MTSLTNS, of the latest and most fash
ionable Styles, 10 ets. to $1.
BAREGES of every color and qtuality
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SII.K, very rich;
Lne Striped ORGANDIES or unequaled styles;
Rich Co!ored SILKS, very cheap;
Fi gured and Plain SILKS. of all qualities;
Nainsook and Mull MUSLINS
White tig'd Carleton do a new article;
" and Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do very pretty
Dotted " do"
GINGIIA MS, new Patterns,
Best Stoek of PRINTS ever oiflered in the Market,
MOURNING GOODS (of every description:
White and Co!'d Grenadine MANTILLAS, new
style for Summer;
White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
Spring and Summer;
Lace and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES from 6j
ets. to $3,00 ;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS. litest fashions;
S " CilIEMISETTS, new style and
Large and complete assortment of Jackonet and
Swiss Edging and Inserting;
Real Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings:
Blond Steam Thread 'and Lisle Laces & Fdgings,
White Grass Cloth for Skirts, ttew article;
GLOVES and 110SIE RY, great variety-suita
ble for all ages;
Lalie', Mist-es and Children's SIOES, &c.
For Gentlemen's Wear.
Ile also trusts that lie has niot been nntnindful of
the wants of the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stock
Planter's LINEN DRILTS of every quality:
Cottonades and York Mixtures, from 12 to 25 ets
1)rap de Ette's. Cahnartts anId Merito Cassiniers
Brown and Grass Linens for Cotts, all qualities:
Utnion Linens and other goods for Children's
White. Conld. plain nnd bulT .arsails Vest!ngs.
Col'd Silk Cravats, a light and beautiful article
Col'd Muslin Cranats. varioun tualities;
Black and Cioloreil Stocks and Ties.
I very respectfully invite all those wishing DRY
GOODS to give mne t call. heing ldetermined to be
UN)ER.SOLD by NO ONE in a fair and honora
M. A. RANSNOM, AGENT FOR
R. M. FLUI.LER.
Hamburg, April 3 tf 12
NEW SPRING GOODS 1
I D. LALLERSTEDT, has received at
'. his old Stand, Corner of Globe lIotel, Au
gusta, Ga, a NEW and SPLENDI) Stock of
Stlaplc & Fancy Dry Goods,
Embracing the most elegant styles (if
Crape De Pare and Twisted SILK,
Alationtes and Velvetines,
Super. Super. Brenwide nml Plaid SIL.KS.
Ele!ant Frencdh .1 A CON aTS and LA WNS,
Earlaton G INGII Al MSan.1 PRINTS.
Needle worked COA.LA RS and CA'ES,
U~nderske.eves and Ch~emezetts,
,Iaconet atid Swiss TRI.\lINC,
Linen Camgbrie Ilitnik,.ehiefs,
Super. Paris Kid G I.O\'IE.S atnd ITOSIERY,
Table D) \M.\SK anid TOW ELT,IN(;.
Irish IN EN :imd Bird's eye DI.\ PER,
Furniture 1)1 llTY atnd FRl IG ES,
SIIEV.TINGS and Sill RTI NGS. great variety,
I innen D)RI LLI NG and COTTON Al E iS,
Striped mid-Cheked LI NEN. for children,
OSNA I;URGS unid STRIPES,
Atd a1 comptIlete assortmoenit of almost every arttcle
belonitng to the D ry Goesds trade, all of whic~h are
offered ott the BEST POSSI.LE TERMIS, to
which lie invites attentio -
A ugusta, Mairch 211 2m 10
7-rtt R EGIMENT, S. C. M., 1
lA a n, A pril 17, l.-%4.)
ORD E RS. NO. -
rj 'l!E L.OW ER BATTA LION of the 7th Rlegi
menictt will assembille :t the Cntsrcot:s: PoNs.a
ot Thutr-ainv the 18.th Mlay next. armied atnd equiped
as lie lawe directs for Dril! and Review.
Thel UPPlER II.\TTA LION wIll assembole at the
Pss I loesa. on Sitturdny, the 211th M\ay next. armedl
andi equtiped as the law directs fur Drill anid Re
The. Commiss'ned .mad non-~Commiissioned Off1
errs will ass.emble the day previeen- at their respeeC
tive places if R e~n.lezvoins fur I rilI le ndInstruction
Lieut. Col. Snawv atnd Mlaj [.ovse~s, are charged
with the extensien of these torders.
Bvorer of Col. S.IIARRIMON.
F. ).l. C~OLFrMA:, A djii'.
I13 P. S.-The Ladies arc respectfully invited to
A pril 20 5t 14
9-rtt REGIMlENT. S. C. M. )
Des roxsvit.Ls, A pril 8, I854.
Ti lIE UPPER BATTLION, 9th Rteaiment,
I S. C. M., are hereby commanded to lie and
appear at Smstaxaa on Saturelay 6th May, armed~
tnd equipped accurding to law, for Drill and Re
The LOWER BATT'ALION nre hereby comn
mnanded to be atnd appear at Rico lI ta.. otn Satnr
day the 13th Mlay, armed atnd equipped aecording
to lnw, feir Drll and Review.
Thc Conmmissioned anid non-Commnissioined Ofli
cers w41l assemoble the day previous for Drill atid
Lieut. Ceil. TIMSSutaN asnni Maj. Cos:Lnv arc
charged witht the extenision of this Order to their
The Staff are particularly reqtiested to npipe:tr in
full utniformn. By order uf B. F". STROM,
ssa. Rorea, A dj'nt.
A pril_13 3t 13
MY u s i c a 1 N o t i o e.
" Music bath charms toi sontthe a savage,
To split a rock anid cook a cabbage.i"
r [IIE MIEMBERS of the PalssatioBrass
IBased beg leave to itnfeermn the public that
their Bamnd is now itn suer-essful op~eration, and re
spetfully solicit a share of public patronage.
All Commnienttio~ns naddressed to RI. Tenussa,
Phnix P. 0., S. C., will receive preempt attention.
P. S.-Wm. IT. GAINES respectfutlly offers his ser
vices to the public as a Teacher of Brass Bands.
Address htimt at New Market P. 0., Abbeville Dis
trict, S. C.
A pril 12 3mn 13
Edgefield & Cheatham Plank R.
F ROM andI after the 1st May next, the Edgelield
J& Cheathamn Plank Road will be cepenedl from
Mr..elAstis GaiFFiN's to the junetionu with thte Ilani
btrg & Eidgefleld Planik Road, a distance oif nhbout
five miles, and the following Rates of Tull will be
IRates of Toll.
Four, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Three " 4 "I "I "
Two '' " 3 "t "C "
Two " Carriages 3 "'"
One " "I 0 "C " "
Ilorsebneck travellers, I " " "
Vehicles 'in meceitg. are each entitled to half the
PLA NK T R ACK, anid the D~rivers arc required to
trn to the "I RIGIIT !" ,
S. F. GOODE, PaasIDENT.
A pril 23, 'tf 15
State of South Carolina,
Benj. R. A ddison,
es. Bill for Acet <j. Re'f
George Zimmerman, et al.
IT appearing that the De~fendant John Martin re
sides tvithout the limits of this State, on motion
Qf Messrs. Caanor.s & MDnAQE, Plaintiff's Solici
ters, Ordered that the said D~efentdant demur, plead
or answer to the Bill in tis pause,' -withitn three
months from the pub~ligation- of this Order, or the
said Bill will be entep-ud pro confesen against him.
.4. S1MKINS, c. B. 7.. D.
Apr.il 27, 155A 'trn
J M. NEW' Y & CO., under U. S. 1otel,
. BEST atu MOST FASHIONABLE AE
SPRING AND SUMER
Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In nddit
SUPPLIES from our I louse in New York.
YOUTH'S AND CHI
ALSO, a full assortment of FURNISHING )
W- Country Merchants and all persons vis
examine our Stock, as we are determined to ofi
Augasta, April 3. 1854.
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
11ev. C. A. RAYiROIND, Principal
82 PUPILS HAVE ENTERED SINCE 1 TII OF JANT.
I iIHE SUMMER Session will commence on
Monday, April 24th.
The Academical building consisting of eight
conimodious Rooms is finely furnished with every
thing necessary to secure the most rapid advance
mjent of the Pupils. In this respect we do not think
greater navantages enn be any where enjoyed. The
prescribed course of Stuiies i s) arranged, that if
the Pupils remain blog enough at the Institution to
purste it regularly, they can hardly fatil of acquiring
a liberal and fiished edueation ; and in the Extra
ourse a thorough knowledge of the fine arts.
Pupils can enter at any time, and if near the
middle or close of the Sessisn, are charged but
from the time of entrance. All such deductions
hlowever ditte from the close of the seeond week of
that Session. Loss of timte fronm sickness if of more
than two weeks is also deducted.
The Rater. of Toition are conformed to those of
other Institutions of the same grade. Payments are
to be made it the close of each Session. The fol
lowing list includes all
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate Department..............$15 00
Academie do ...............12 00
Primary do ... .$7 00 and $5 00
Pupils using the Philosophical App:aratus. are
cltred Extra $2,00 per Session. A nd all Pupils
are charged 50 ets tael, a Session, for contingencies.
Musie...................... 18 00
French........................ 8 00
Drawing......................... . 8 00
Oil Painting.................... - Ol
There is no charge for use (of Piano. Pupils prae
ticing at the Institute are however charged $1, each
$ession, to pny for keeping the Pianos in tune.
Uwnr.1, with waching, lightm and fuet $10 per
There are no other extra charges, except for
Books and Music sld.
R. T. MIMS,
S. F. GOODE,
E. PENN, I Trustees
G. A. ADDISON,
A. SIMKINS. J
April5 tf 12
Spring Goods---New Styles!
J OHN P. SETZE, ACOUSTA. GA., hazs
just opene'd a large antd eleganit Stock of
.SPRING AN~D SUMMER GOO0S,
Re--ived direct frotm thte itnporters in New York,
to whichl lhe respectfully policits attenttiont.
Ladies' Dress Goods.
Rielh Oreantdie MUSLINS;
Rtich Printed .I ACON ETS;
Fr.ttntt GING IlANMS:
Rich Figured BARtEGES;
Plaitn CR APE DEK PA RIS;
Rielh PIlaid Imdia SIlLKS;
P'rittted and Plaid' TISSU ES;
outrttintg BA R EG S;
Plaidl antd Prinited hituriting antd 2.1 Mourning
BA R EG ES.
A iso-GLOVES: Silk and Cotten TIOSIERY;
Ltce anid Twisted Silk 'MITES, &c., &c.
Atprl 12 ..2mn 13
IIESubscriber hap just rcivetd a lqrce lot of
Rih and low priced EMBitIDEI)BIES, con
Licee, Book atnd Swistn Muelin COLLA RS;
- "" Chteintzettes;
i Li " " Untdersleeec;
Mouning and Second Mournittg COLLA RS:
Li ~ L ~ SLEEVES;
"ii " lt'DK'FS ;
Embroidered White Crape SHTAWLS;
AilwtulinI Sleeves and Chtettizettes, in setts. &c.
4011N P. SETZE.
A ugusta. A pril 13 2i 13
FOR GENT LEMEN AND BOY'S WE AR.
SL.AIRG E atid well. assorted stock of the
.above GOODS, just received by
JOHN P. SETZE.
A ugusta, A prtl 13 2mi 13
" MfAKE OntE iIAiPT !"
THE CHEAPEST MONTHLY IN THE SOUTH!
EvoTEn TO PtYSlo!.oGY, IlYOmEsr., N ATURALt. i
roaY. LITmmATung, AND PRACTICAL MIniCtn.
Gi Published at Abbevilie C. HI., S. C., at $1
>e* attnum, in advanace.
C~ No family should be without it !
JOlHN DAVIS, M. D.,
Editor and Proprietor.
A bbeville, Mar 25 3m 11
Beach Island Land for Sale,
lE Sithariber of'ers ait private sale FIVE
H UJNJ)R EI ACRES of Bench Isliad Swamtp
Litmd, lying on thte River, and adjointing lantds of
Saituel'Clirk andi Jantes T. Gardnter, antd retited
ie present year by James T. Gardnter.
A but 4010 acres of thte above Tract are eleared
and welt improved. The baltnce in Cypress and
tter swamttp titmber.
Trers mtade easy to a good purchaner. A pply
Silverton. S. C., May 4 tf 16
Manunmctuired To1pacco ?
JS usR eceive~d direct from the Factory, Thmirty
Boxes CHEWING TOBACCO, comprising
Four Choice Brtands, viz: lloney Dew, Orotnoco,
Extra and Premtiumt. For sale by the Box, or at
retail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call anid
sample before buying elsewhere.
G. L. PENN, A aENT.
Oct 26 tf 41
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAN.
NEtS OIL, for sale next door to SULIVAN'S.
R. T'. .11315.
Au 24 tf S
Hamburg & Edigefield P'k Road,
rj 'HE PLANK ROAI) from Hlamtburg to Edge
field is now completed and open for the publi
H1. A. KEN RICK, Pres.
Oct 5 tf 3
"igo, Ve Fishersnuen."~
1 UST Received direct from the Manufacturer
J F S [IING T ACKLE of all kinds, consistintg o
imerick and JKirby Hooks, all sir.es,
Flax, Grass, Cttton and Silk Lines,
Tackle Cases furnished complete,
Walkittg Cnne Rods, and Fishing Seats,
Nets, Floats, Gutta Perohni Bait,
Yankee Dondle Snap-Hooks, Bait Boxes, &o.
"Lt thtose now fish who never fishpd before,
At thtose who alwiays fished, now tish thte moe.
The Takle can be had at" "VAngTV SToRE."
J. A. GLJRLE Y.
A uguista, Mar 22 tt 10
A L4 Persons indebted to thte Estate of Warren
F. Winn, dec'd., are earnestly solicited to
make paymentt forthtwitht, and those htaving demiands
agaittst said Estate will please render them in im
mtdiately, JEIlEMIAHI SKICGLER, Ex'nr.
N'ov, Qm An
C L :0 T. H.'
Augumta; Ga., are now receiving the.LARGEST,
on to which, we are weekly receiving FRESH
We also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
RTWLES, forgentlemen's wear.
ting AgustiA. will find it to their interest to
6r-our Goods'at tl'ie lowest pricts imaginnable..
Rich ad Beautiful Goods
AT THE NEWAND ELEGANT DRY OOS STORE OF
WA RD & .BUJRCIARD,
Or'oITRI MSlAsONt IIALL,. AcounTA. ,GeIRGIA.
W E tire now receiving our SPRING AND
SU131ER supplies of
Rich mad Elegant Dry Goods,
Selected with much care in all the Northern Mar
kets, and we take great pleasure in inviting the at
tention or all in want of FAMILY SUPPLIES,
feeling assured that we can offer the best bargains
to be found in Augusta,
In cle-ant Spring SILKS, Rich Wedding SILKS.
Orgundics. Tissues, Breges, French Jaconets,
Lawns, Black, Irocade Silks.
Also, one or the largest Stocks of high Lustred
Black ITA LI A N SI LKS,-the most elegant Goods
ever offered in A uguita.
New and beantitnul Parisian PLAIDS, in Silk and
other Fabrics, with rich combination of Colors, in
cluding the gay, the grave, the rich, the elegant
EMBROIDERIES of every dlescription.-:nd in
I fact every other kind of Dry Goods suitable for
ldies aid Children's wardrobes.
SHlAWLS OF EVERY KIND.-Tn this De
partment wi!l be found some of the most clegant
Embroidere d Crape SIIAWLS, ever exhibited
South of the Piotonc.
OURNING GOODS in great variety.
A mericen, English and French CA LICOS and
liOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-A,
Irish Linen, Lin.-i Sheetings, Pillow Case Leinen
and Cotton, Table Damask, Napkins, Towellings,
Augusta SHEETINGS and STIIRTINGS, Cot
ton OSN ABURGS and Georgia STRIPES at the
r Our Goods will be offlered at a small ad
vance upon the original cost, for CASI, wholesale
and retail. They will be shown freely, represent
ed fairly, and submitted to the.unbiassed judgement
of the purchaser.
C|| Ordern necompanied with the mnney will
have our prompt attention, and the exercise of our
b WARD & BURCHIARD.
Augusta, March 27 tf 11
BEG to infirm the publ:c, that they have just
. returned from the Northern mai kets, with n4
full and complete stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS..
Having all the facilities in the pturchasing of their
stock that a cash capital can eommnand, we beg
leave to assure the publie, that we wi'l always keep
on hand the verv best order of Goods that can be
obtained, and se'll ithem on as fair termis as the like
quantity enn be purchased either in this market or
Among our stock will be found the following
Chaste and Elegant Spring Silks;
Sewing Silks and Tissues;t
Bareges and lnrege D)eLanes ;
French Mluslins anid Lawns;
White Silks, of nil styles ;
Black Brocade and Watered Silks.;
Plnin Black Silks, all widths;
White Emnbroidlered Mluslins;
Colored Dotted Mluslins;
Plaid and Striped do.;
Swiss and .Inconet do.;
Book and Mlull do.:
White and Coloiredl Tarlton Mluslins:
Crinmed Evening Dresses, new styles;
Minilines-and Scaurfs, entirely new;
Crape Shawils, very ceap:
Wjeite Barege anid Sewing Silk Shawls;
French. A nmerienen. ande English Prints;
Gineh~mns, of all kinds ;:
Linen Lustres and Cheambrys;
Cheap Long Clothes and Ilinenptams
Irish I .inens, (owvn imuportation :)
Plain Line and Linien l)rill, for Gent's wvear;
Linven Sheeti :g. exceedingly cheap;
A ll kinds of Cottn Sheeting ;
Pillow case Linen:
411 inceh Pillow ease Cotton:
- oserof every dlescriptioen. very cheap;
Embroideries of every description ;sonme very
Sewing Silks, Mitts and Gloves
Eid anid Silk Gloves;
Raw Silk and Lisle Gloevesi
Linen Cambric llandkerchiefa. all kinds ;
Swiss and .laeonet Bands, very rich,:
Camibric, Swiss and Jacotnet Trimemings and
Ribbon Trimmings, new styles ;
Rich Bonnet and Neck Ribebons;
Lisle, Thread, and Linen Laces ;
And a great variety of other articles too nume
rus to mention, to which we respectfully invite at
March 29. tf 11
AGNEW, FISHER k AGNEW,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.,
IMPORTERS & DEA LERS IN
HARDWARE, P A IN T S OILS,
Groceries, Dry Goods, arc., -
And Buyers of Cotton and country pdrodutce.
Of Planters visiting this Market will find it
greatly to 1.heir advantage by giving tis a call.
AGNEWV, FIsIIER & AGNEW.
Nwhcrry C. II., A pril 13, tf 13.
ST The Abbeville Banner will please copy four
A ugu s ta Ho t el,
WV. P, STARR, Proprietor.
TIllS IIOTE~L is now open for tlhe
..m receptioin of. Travellers, and it will be
-me the aim of the Proprietor to give satis
rfactioni to all who may favor him with
their patronage. It is centrically sittuated on Broad
Street. and coenvenienit to the ditferent Rail Road
D~epots. Passengers by the Georgia Rail Roadee,
will be furnished with breaekfast hetibre they leave;
those by the South Carolina liail Roaid, with dinner,
and thoeseby the day train onthe Warynesboro' Road
The FIJRNIEURE, BEDDING, &c., in this
hotel is all new, and it will be the endeavor of tihe
Proprieteer to rentder all who my patronize himi,
comtrable during their stay.
Augusta, Mar7 3f m 11
T TIE Trustees of Bethany Aendeemy taeke pleas
ure in announcitng to the public, that their
Scool will be opened for the regeption of Students
ee the 2nd Menday in .hanneary 1854, uinder thte sun
pervisioen of tile well known and successful Instruc
tier. W u. M. II TiIr, Esq.
Rates of Tuitioni the samne as those charged by
the former Rector, Mr. G A1.inis..
*BUnard enn be obained in the most respectable
faeilies on reasonable terms nndl eanvenicent to the
Shol. WILEY IIARRISON,
W. TIMMlER MA N,
J. L. TALBERT, +.
G. J. SH EPPARD. J
~ec21 ly 49
Tili; Partnership formed between JTAS. A. Wir.
p1.ASts and Sixivos Cnitis-ris, having been dis
slved by mutual consent, the liquidation and settle
ment of the business of thte Firnm will be conaducted
exchtivey by S. Czmristrmm.
JAS. A. WILLIAMS.
Aprh .l f 12
New Goods! New Goods!!
.E Subscriber would respectfully invite atten-.
.tion to his Stock of
1,-SPRtN0 & SUMMER GOODS!
It is one of the LARGEST and BEST that he has
e r iad the pleasure of offering for sale. For the o
- 14iie.be a has
PflAIN, FIG']D nnd PLAID SILKS,
.. AREGE 1E LA NES5
PLAI) BA REGES, P
- iUSLINS AN]) LAWNS,
-INE WORKED COLLARS & IEKFS.
CIIEMISEETS & SLEEVES,
WIIhTE & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS.
Tggether with the above, he has a tdne assortment 0.
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
MATS, BOOTS, SHOES, 4.o.
11 of which will be sold at moderate prices.
(t A liberal discount always allowed for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. II., March 15, tf 9
IMALE AND FEMALE. _
REv. W. H. CHRISTY, PRIKCIPAL.
DIR. PICI(ENS BUTLER, ba& CHRISTIE and
Miss SARAH IETZ EN, ASSISTANTS.
PRoF. F. SOFGE, INSTRUCTOR 14 MusIe.
T TIESE 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 the'r
children or wards, would do well to consider the
advantages alfurded by these Institutions. In their S
lication particular reference was hal to health, and
in this respect the situation is surpassed by none in
The Acaernemes comprise two large and commo
dious Buildinfs. furnished with special reference to
the personal comfort and intelleetuul advancement
of the Pupils. 0
With so experienced and highly recommended a 0V
corps of Tearbhers, with facilities for instruction,
they have spared neith.-r pains or expense in pro- A
viding, the Trustees feel themselves warranted in v
assuring a thorough and finisled education.
Expenses pr Sesion of Five Months5 A
Primary Department, First Class..........$" 00 l
"t "4 Second " .......... 9 00 i
Seconel 4t ............,.....12 00
Third 4 ....................15 00
With Ancient Languages and higher 3athe- -
nutios... ..........................s 00
French, Drawing and Painting, each......$10 00
ilusic................................ 20 00 ke
' Roard mn'y be had at $R per month. L.
The.institutions are located directly on the rlank sis
Road, eleven miles from llomburg.
ROBT. MERRIWETTlER, A
Chair'n Board of Trustees. F4
Mar 8 tf - 8
SPRING & SUIMER GOODS !
F1ll supplies. E
1TILLIAM SHEAR, Augusta, Ga., has n
WT received his full supplies, embracing a large
and spleidid assort of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Tr
Whichl he has selected with great care, and among Be
whieb are -
Rich printed Baroges, Silk Tissues, and Grenadines,
of new and elegatt styles; A
Rich Fancy Plaid Grenadines, the latest novelty of fin
the seame. a splendid article fur Ladies' Dresses; an
Plaiti Bareges atid Silk Grenadines, of the most de- m,,
Small Satini Plaid Bine, Pink, Pea Green and Buff' A
Bareges, a beautiful article for Misses' and Children's
Plain Colored Bareges Flounced Robes of new and an
Plain White Sluslin Robes, with embroidered i
Fhounces, for Bridal or Evenuing Dresses;
Plain Fancy Colored Silks, of heantiful styles. to be'
cut in any quantity, for Ladies' or Misses' Dresses; A
Fancy P'laid Silks, at very low prices, for Ladies'
and Misses' Spring Dresses;
French Printed .Jaconets and Organdies, of the SP
latest Paris styles;
P'rinted Limen Lawvns, for Ladies' Summer Dresses ;
Plain slack Bareges anud Silk Greniadines, of extra
Small Checked Black Balzarine anti Embroidered
Black Silk Greaiadines, for Lailies' blourning Dress. A
Plaitn Black Lawns, and French Jaconets, for full fee
stuperiour Black and White French Printed .Jaconets,
for fuill and second moturning, of new and beautiful Po
Black and White Mlourning Ginghams, of extra Sit
style and quality;
'Lupin's best Black Bombazines, and superior Black
Canton Cloths and Alpacas ;3
Black Love and Cr'ape Veils, of extra size and I)
Superior English Black Crapes, for Trimmings and.
Plain, White anid Colored Brilhiantes. a beautiful Si
articte for Ladies' and Childrenm', Dresses ;'h
Rich Sprig and small Dotted Swiss Muslins, for ier
P'lain White Swiss, 3Mull, Narcsook and Jlaconet
lAdies' French Ermbroidered 3muslin Chtimasettes, dr
Cullars and Undersleeves, in sets, or separate, of
Ladies''Maltese atnd Gimpure Lace Chiimasetts ren
Collars antd Undrsleeves;
Rich gIopitont, Valenciennes, 3Maltese and Thread -
A lairge supply of Worked Jaconet and Swiss .
Flounces, of heamaifuil styles; ;
A very large s-upply of Swiss and Jaeotiet 3Muslin -L
Edgings and Insertimgs ; to
Ladhes' Linen Cambric and French Lawn Hand- b~e'
kerchie fs, of beautiful styles ; job
Ladies' Narrow and Wide Hem-stitch French ,a
Lawn and Linen Cambric Ilandlkerchiefs;
Ladies' Rich Embroidered, Scallop Edge and MIourn
Superior plain Linen Cambrica and French Lawns; To
Fanry Neck and biash Uibbons, of new and splen- cogt
Ladies' Rich A pplique Lac and Embroidered Silk in~
antillas, of thte latest Paris styles; o
Ladies' M1ourning, Spanish, Santdal Wood, and
Brial Fans, of spletndid styles; ani
Ladies' E-yptian and Black Lace Mlits, with and
without hall lngers, of elegatnt patterns ; all:
Alexander's Ladies' JKid Gloves, a full and com, ser
plete assortment ;I
Laduies' atid Gentleman's Gauntlet Cloves, of supe
r idaity ; j
A very large anti eqmnplete assortment of Ladies',
Misses. Gentlemen's, Y'outh's and Child~rens's llosiery,
of the best style andI qualitvi
Superior 8.4 and 10-4 Table ant'd Dapmask Diapers
nd Table Clothts, of e xtra qitality; --.
Superiof Towels with Dam~ask 'Borders, and Square
Damask Napkins, tof extra qtnality ;
Sctch'l Diapers antI Lineni hluckabacks, some extra.
eavy for Bathing Towvels;
Stperior Birdl's Eye Diapers, of extra quality, for
Superior 12.4 Linen Sheetings, an4i Pillva Case
Liens ; -
Cambric Dimities, exira fine -aki-beatutiful style and hal
flnmsh ; --'' liiy
Superior Plain'and Damask Fnrniture Dimities:
Damask Furniture Dimitie~s, of extra width,fur Bed
Spreads; - .' ..-'r
A large sutpply of Cotton Fringes, and Curtain Tas. -thi
Fancy Striped and Pririted Linens, 'of beautiful ter
styles, for Children's wear; . -
Superior Silk Warp Black Prench Cashrmeretteg,
and Ltupinu's Blat'k Drap dhe DIe, stperior articles for __
Gentlemen's Summe'r weau
Superior White, Fantcy Stripetd, and Chtecked Linen
Drilligs, for Gent lemen's and Y'outhi's Summiner wear; T
White French Ilair Cloths, for Ladies' Skirts ;
Rih Embroidered Lace antI Mushitn Curtains, some
at very low prices ;
A large suplly otf Ctlored Damask, for Window
Curtain', with Gimps and Tassels to mratch ;
Window Shades, of new atnd beautiful styles, some fro
at very ltow purices; n
Cornices, Curtain Bands, and Stair Rods ;
A large supply of ltograin, Three Ply, 'Tapestry,
Briussels arid Rich Wiltoun Carpets;
Crumb Cloths, by the yartd, and ir, Medallion pat. Tr
terns, of superior qualit y; Ias
Dutch Bolting Cloths, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cu, 7, 8, 9
n It); cc
With a great variety of other articles, suitable for Stt
Fisily andh Planttation tise, all of which will he sold sel
at the'lowest prices. 'rTe public are respectfully in
.vited to call and exaflpine The assortment.
A pril '40. tf 14 -
rpIIE Uoom at presenit occupiedi by Mr. Lod H~ill 9
ss pa DJry Gooeds Store. Ii) miy absettee apply a.
to . A. Williaims. S.~CilflhSTliE. sal
Dee 28 tf 50 1I:
Thec Fitjest Segars & Tobacco
C AN be hadt at tlie " hateF.r STra."
jAlmo, Sniulf, Snuff Boxes, &e.1
-J. A. GU.RLEY. -
Augusa, March 22 tf 10 Te
Faus, Fans. M
ust receivecd a large atnd varied assortment of boi
e FANS, of beautiful styles.-for sale ver'y cheap us
by , J. A.GUIRLEY. Ni
ARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
I C'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
riages of every description. They also keep
hand a large and splendid assortment of
Lfew and SeconAHand Carriages.
Wr All orders promptly attended to, and Re
6ring neatly executed.
Edgefield C. 11., Jan I tf 1
LARGE and fresh supply of fatmily and toil't
Soaps, just received nnd for sale by
Dr. A. G. TEAGUE, Davoosr.
Egefield C. 11., March 29. tf 11
Extrac.ts for the Handkerchief.
GREAT variety just received and f(r sale by
Dr. A. G.. TEAG UE, DRuGGsST.
Edgefield C. 11., lar 29 tf 11
Rat Poison that is Uat Folsont,
OR Sale by
Dr. A. G. TEAGUE, DRuGsT.
Edgefield C. H., Mar 29 tf .11
FUST received from the Labratory of Dr.. NAa
woov, and for sale by
Dr. A. G. TEAGUE,.Dwaums.
Edgoeld C-. II., Mar 29 ts 11
1 ANDIES, Kises, Sugar Plumbs, an& Sugar
/ Sands. For sale by
Dr. .. G. TEAGUE, DauaGisr.
Fdgefleld C. H., Mar 29 tf 11
pring and Summer Clothingi
THE Undersigned lhve now on
hand, and are still receiving large
supplies of Spring and Summer
the latest styles, and of various %ualities,,so tbat
cry taste may be suited.
handsome lot of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA.
LTS, 11AN Dj ERClIlEFS. G LOVES, &c.
Iextensive variety of YOUTH'S and CHIL.
EN'S CLOTIING. All of which will be fur
hed at fair priers.
CLAYTON & BIGNON.
A ugusta. April 11 3m
[ARDWARE, CUTLERY, &e,
T & J. H ILL, Hamburg, S. C., would in,
. forin their friends and customers ihat they
ep constantly on hand, at their old Stand, a
% iGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK, con.
ing in part of the following articles.
lIrge assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives an&
irks, Scissors, &c., &c., bth of English an4
Tin and Copper Waree
cry artele of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
d orders received for any article that may be
ded in the Copper, Tin. or Sheet Iron line.
good assortment of. Heating and Cooking Stores,
latter are recommepded to llousekeepers for
tuess and economy.
Gns and Pistols!
full nssortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
L. C"olts' repeating. I 'istolsq, Allet's Revolving
i Self-Cocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, com
SMIT h'S TOOLS.
large and complete Stock of Stnith's Tools, eon.,
tine oif Anvels, Bellows, Screw Plates, Band
i Sledge llammners, Files, Rasps, &e.
bracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chiesel,
ers, llammners, Ilaitchets, Squares, Compsses,
e, A dzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
des and Shovels of the beat qualities. Alsoy
nure Forks, Hloes, &c., &c.
CIH A I N S.
, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and THalter Chains.
Boilers and Caidrons.
rariety of Uoilers and Cnalrons, by the pr 'pey
of which farmers will find a great saving in
ding Cattle and Hogs.
CASTING AND HOL.LOW WARE.
ts, Otens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Waffle and Wa,
Irons, Fire Doars, Waggon Boxes, Grid Ironts,
toothing Irons, Mlorters, &c.
*N A ILS.
Kegs cf Nails, assorted siz~es. Also on ps'ort,
nt of English antd Amterican Htorse Shoes, nd
irse Shoe. Nnils. Cofiee Toasters, and Cottu4
i Wool Cards.
rawv Custters and Corn Shellers,
most :approaved straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
,, which farmers would find grat economy to use,
CH AIN PUMPS!
am Pnmps and fixtures-an excellent method foe
wing water froma wells.
gr All the foregoing articles sold on the most
aburg, A pril 19 Gm 14
D r. lY W. A bn ey
[AVING removed into the Village, for the
purpose of devoting himself, more exclusively
is profession, and occupying the residenoce first
ond the Haptist Church pin the right, and ad,
iing tlte Ma;le Aondemy, '(the residlepee fortnerly
upied by S. S. Tompksins, Esq., and 11ev. C. A,
ilold. ffers his
the people of the Village andl the surrounding
n tie day, lIe enn be foun-l in hais Office, adjoin
the Offce d W. W. A naus, Esq., and in front
the present resldece oif Mir. Geo. A. A ddison,
Iat night, he can be found at his dwelling.
Ie will give attention at all times most punctu
to p11 eglls upoin him, either faor advice and pre,
iption, or for personal attenance.
M. W. ABNEY.
ranu1 tf 5
Stale of South Onrolinap
I. S. Marlin, E~fix. of
Robt. Mairtin, dleu'd. Amended and
rs, Supp'ial Bill for.
nh Marsh, JDis. Aissetts, 4.c,
I. Hankinson and others.
[ appearing that thte Defendants Henry TI.
matns and his wife Cairoline, Laura Ingra,
n and Pickens B. anrsh, reside without the
its of this state, on motion of Mr. Carroll,
iiti's Solicitor, Ordered that the said Do,
dants demur, pleatd or answer to the Bill ini
s eanse, wIthin three months from the publi,
ion of this order, or the said Bill will be en,
ed pro confesso against thotn.
A. SD3IKINS, C. E. E. D.
'eb. 24, 1854. 3m 7
te Siockhaolders of the Edgefld Odd,
llos' and Masonic Buildi'nag Associar
r.NTLEEN: Our TBuililing is commenced, and
rn the energy dispilayed by the Workmen, we
y soon exp~ect to see it above the surface.
'. payment will soon be due the Contraetors.,
u will therefore please pay in to J1. BI. SUtLuvaM,
~asurr, your Second Instiahnent of 10 per cent,
atrly as possible.
lar. A. R A tsEv is the authmorxzed A gent of thme
nipany, to receive Instalments and take qdditionaj
'ek. Please take due notice and govern your,
Ae codigy G. TE A GUI, Pres't.
Eab22 tf 6
O0O0o PLASTERING LATHS, fbunr
0 andl four and a half feet long, for
owAppyat Plank Road Mill, 10 miles above
mbur, or to HI. A. KENRICK.
lamburg. A pril 3 tf 12.
ritaia and Tin Ware, &es
UIST received by the Subscriber a fine assort
ment of Britania Coffee Biggints and~ Urns,
t Pots, Tea Sets complete, Soup Lades, Jelly
tulds, Infants' Bathing Tubs, &c., &c.
Also, Lamps, Spice Boxes, Shaving Etnas-will
1 a pint of water in three minutes, and are very
.ful to travelers and housekeepers-andlestieks,
ursery Lamps, &e. .1. A. GURLEY.
Aug.--... n...c. 22 mr in