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R. A. G. TEAGUE respectfully in fori
D his friends and citizeus of Edgefield generall
that he has just re-!eived a LARGE ADDITIO
to his already extensive Stock of fresh and genuit
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &cc.
His Drugs are carefully examined by himself, an
all that are found worthless, rej-eted : and tho,
that are approved may be relied on as eflicient an
of uniform action.
A LL of his Medicinal Compounds, Tincture:
Pills, Ointments, &c.. &c., are put up under hi
own supervision and in strict accordancc with i
United States Dispensatory.
From his long and extensive experience in th
practice of Medicine, Ie has made several Com
pounds of his own, not to be found in the Dispenisa
tory, viz:-A Preparation ter the CRO UP, whiel
he has used extensively for eihiteen years, and re
ctominmendls with confidence: a V lIlFUGE, saf,
and eflicient ; and many other CompiIiounids whiel
he makes extemporancous!y to fulfil the indications
in each particular case for which it is used.
It would require more space than could be ob
taimed in a Newspaper to give aCat:d..gue of the
)ru.s, Medicines anti Chemaicals ke-pt and sold by
hin-suffice it to say, lie (-iim (trnish a Physician's
Office COAIPILTE. with Physiek and Furniture.
He has addhed to his lormetr Stock sone if the
most reliaile Veg-tabie extracts, viz: PUDOPIIL
LIN, STILLINGINE, LE*PTANDRIN, &e.
GLT Planters and faiilies can be supplied n% ith all
Medicines necessarv in a family-and when desired,
directiotis put up with cach article.
All of the niost reputable NOSTRUMS may be
found in' his Establishment. Also,
Candies, 'isses. Sugar Plums and
ALSO, FINE WINES AND BRANDY,
for Medicinal purposes.
Perfuniaery of his own and Northern make,
hard to heat.
SOAPS.-A large and extensive variety.
CANDLES,-Wax, Sperm and Adamantine.
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, VAR.NISHES, &c.
BRUSHES.-Markiniif, Sash, To-l, Pa;nt, Grain
ing, TPoth, Nail, Fle.h, Crumb, Shoe, llorse and
PENCILS-Camiel's and Sable U[air, larze size.
Atd last thiltugh inot least, the finest I a fll 13R IU.'
ES ever olieed in the place, of various patrons
Dressting and extra fine COMBS,
DUSTING BRUSH ES.-Ain exetllent article.
PAPER-Fools Cap and Letter 1.aper, common
NOTE I'A PER-Various sizes and fitnvv styles,
ENIVELOPES-Commton Bull; Pl.in White ail
Fancy Note Envelopes,
INK, PENS, PENCILS AND CRAYONS,
Osborne's American Water Ca'ours.
Gaan -Elastic Bals-Solid, Hollow and
Ftine,-Parlor Balls for the Ladies, invitiig them
to exere'se within doors, when the weather .v
too ineleninent to be out.
Slay I8 if 18
IE Subscriber takes4 this method of tenderin
T his thanks to the inimbitants or E'd-elield Vil
lage and the surroundin eountry, for the liberal
patronaige hitherto extende-I to him, and by which (
li is enabled to contitinue his hsinmss at the Corner I
Store, next to tihe C Ir na lot,-, where he still
keeps a GENER.\ [ ASSO RT.l ENT of Pl
Bonnets, Hats, oots, Shoes, &c., &c.
He has at FULL SLI of the aboeve articles.
which lie respectfully invtes the Pub i- to examine
b-fore putrch-sinz elsenhere. Hlis Stick has liven -
careftilly SE LECTE>I) frmn the htrt. st and ch(ap . at
est lons,-s in New York. aid will be sAld at REA- C
SONABLE PROFITS FUR CASh!
Edg'field C. TT., May 11 tf 17
Bacon Z /001 tel
LARGE Sppy of GOOD 1.4 CO., jest"
.arcied, and offered for sale at I:cii'cnt Ptm
Ahny II tf 17
T IlE LARIGET.RElT andl CHEAPEST
ass--rtmnent of Greeeries kept in this Village,. RIt
can be fotnd lit myt Store.
SUTGA R1 frac-t lit. to I. hbs, f.:r 91l,00l.
1PllE III() COFFEI, lbs. for- .9,00
RtIC E, I; lhs. fear S I,tii. K
UAGON NI)ES, i) ets. (
LA RI., 1l ct-a.
ALS aeo thi r articles in proaportioin. Ternms C A S'h
on delivery, T1. jROOT. A
%lay II tf 17 hat
R A GS, R A G, R A&G1!t
The Hihet Price Given ii
TIHE Subascribters lare paiinmg the hightest laice fhr:sst
GODCOTTON andc IlN EN R AGS. Per- l
sores haaing thtemt fuir sale, will final it to their ad- I
vantaige to tiadress P
WALK ER, WILLIMA N & CO., ICA:
Paper and Commissiatn .alehanits, F
C:harltestont S. C.
Agents oIf Suth-Carohinaa Paper 31ianfiturig
May 11 2rm 17 atd
!FAMfBURG. S. C. gv
S TIl E Undersigned takes this A
method of returniing thanks for tile -
liberal patronage heretofore given
to his hlouse, and of inforing. the pulic that lie ~i
,tilh keers opetn the Estaibilihment fear their aceom
fiodaltion. I having refitted the buildling, furnishedl ent q
the Reaonms wvith new atnd conavenient Furniture, antd ount ti
having a sat of well dirilk-ed Serviats, an experlienced first I
Caterer aindi Cooks, his T.able will be slat-ad with nui
the BJET TrilE MA.RK~ET A FF-ORI>S. By !the a
these, and his personal atte-ntion, he htopes to give 'the
ge-neral satisfaction to thoese who, lavor himt with their of thi
comtfpanly. ie is pleaused also to latntounce ithat .\r. liy
Jonts A. Ilos-r-ox ha~s just comttpletedl larize mid Mr
COMMODIOUS STABLES AND CARRIAGE HOUSES
in ceonnectioni with the I lotel, land wtill take speacial
chairge of that departimnt. lie will lee preipared to Ii
aiccomtmodate the publiewithi Sadle a lcIlotses, I lacks
atnd Cairriaages of 1al escripations tat lire, antd trav
elers will be coinveyed, wilh de-pactch, t., anty part Ithis I
of the surrounidimg eiountry on reasoniabtle tertms. M
He has also large anda conavenaient h.OTS foir the -
accommttodation of Traders and Stock )rvers who H
are specially invited to call.
ISAA C S.\iTif. 'Ill
Hfamburg. May 11 3mo 17 JJa
Rafle !--A Bargain to be had!"
r 'HE Undersigtted hiavinag determined to, remoavea line of
1.tat Colnumbia, offers tee R A I-FLE his RESI- IPtia
D ENCE in Edigefield Village. The hatuse is one of JIna all
the muost beautiful ad cotiveniently larrlllgedl per- Isonale
htaps in the up-countlry, built acco-rditng t. amodertn I 1
..rcitecture. The enatirc internior is of three-coat C. II.,
plaster-ing, hard finish. In front is a L.awn of focur The~
aeres, imterspersed with Shrubbery tatnd Roe-es tef the Wr-r-r',
Imost be-autiful and rarest kindes, w ith abount cane Reft
hundred acres of back grounids, of whaich about Wrrr.
sevenity acres are in woodlhid, all oaf which is eni
closed, and in the highest 'state of imptrtovemtent. Mar<
The Terms wilh be accommrtodating, and poesses-.
micon given immediately.
The above elegant property, which cost upwards Not
of $1:,000, (lie Sub-aeriber paretposes to Raille at R
$8.00)0, as soion as the cbances are taken.It
r&'TlCKl-;Ts ONE D)O LL AR, to be hail at atre itil
^.f r. Ml. LEsenCIULTs, Edg~efield C. I1., amnd Mlessrs. their ac
blanent & SaatrP, Coltitmbia, S. C' tnre.i
Ten ftrtnate wvitnner will be taxed thme Incidental made a
expenses of the RathIe- the prct
W. A.IIARRS- May -
May 4. if lt
OCAR R.I A GE S !
CA)RU IA GE M A EER, hikt
CAMPBELL STREET, laitnglt
Near the Georgiza Rail Rod epot, Tarhe a
"EULLbu'd o order all kinds of light CA R- been sec
VVRIAGES, WAGONS, BUGGIES, &c., wife at 1)
on thec most accommaidating terms, amnd will keep lurking a
on hiaind a small stock of the above articles, which Tfhe at
* he will as sell low, or lower, than any other shOp in hension i
* hJe c-iv- trict.
~iLEPA IING done at short notice and onl May 4
the imost reasonable termfs.
*I N. B,-A smnall Stock of Buggies, Harneses, Rags
Umbrellas, &c., will be kept on heandi by Mr. F. M. 1AA
NtctOr.As, Agenat, at Edge field C. 11. VT of
May .1, .a 16 Ilambu
MR. EDTOR:-Please announce Hon. P. S
is BROOKS as a Candidate for re-election to repre
sent the Fourth Congressional District, consisting 0
e Edgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry and Lex
ington, in the next Congress, which election will
be held in October next, and thereby greatly ob
e lige MANY FRIENDS.
E TuE Friends of Col. A. C. GARLINGTON
respectfully annonnee him as a Candidate to repre
sent the 4th Congressional District, at the election
i in October next.
1THov. J. P. CARROLL ie respectfully
announced by his friends as a candidate for re-elee
tion to the State Senate. at the ensuing election.
C9 Tne Friends of Maj. TILLMAN WAT
SON, respectfully nonainate him as a candidate for
seat in the State Senate at the next eleetion.
C. Tin Friends of Dr. H. R. CooK respectfully
announce him a Candidate for a Seat in the next
House of Representatives.
t Til Friends of W. C. MORAGNE, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a candidate for a Seat
in the House of Representatives at the next election.
Cf Tim Friends of Mr. WA DE HOLSTEIN,
nominate him as a candidate for a Seat in the
House (of Representatives at the next election.
S. W. 11IABR Y
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
1T OFFICEr at Edgefield Court House, (one door
below G. L. PtsN's family grocery.
A pril 27. tf 15
S. S. T 0 M P-K I N 5,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S OFtC. ix REAR OF THE COURT nOUSE.
Edhefield, S. C., Feb 8, tf 4
Dr, . W. Abney
AVING removed into the Village, for the
purpose of devoting himself, more exclusively
to his profession, and occuiying the residence first
beyond the Baptist Church on the right, and ad
joiting the Male Academy, (the residence formerly
occupied by S. S. Tomapkius, Esq., and Rev. C. A.
Raymaond, offers his
To the peopile of the Village and the surrounding
In the dlay, he can be found in his Office, adjoin- St
ing the Office of W. W. A DANS. Esq., and in front
if the present residence of Mr. Geo. A. Addison,
Ind at na;iht, he can be found at his dwelling.
lie will give attention at all tins- most punctu
ily. to all calls upon him, either for advice and pre
criptions, or for personal attendance.
M. W. ABNEY. b
Jan 11 tf 52
HAVE NOW RECEIVED my en- h
tire Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
omiprisiney A LL A IRTICLES USUA LI.Y KEPT
t TI'll Es T R A )I), to which I resp.ctfully invite
ie a:tention of the community and the trading e
Iblic. W. P. BUTLER,
No 1, P.%aat Row.
Edgeelkd C. TI., April 27, tf i5 I
Cheap Goods! C11
[ TIE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends
and the publ c generally that lie has on hand.
the Store formerly occupied by WILLIAMS & for
IRISTIE, a Stock of
Desirable and Seasonable Goods, vi
hieh lie will sell VERY LOW FOR CAST! GC
ley have lien put in his hands on sale on such UN
is as will enable him to sell them at COST, and ble
ny of thrm considerabily UNDER COST.
All those whoii desire to purchase good bargains
I do well to call a.nd examine the Stock. T
\pril27 tf 15 E
EW SPRING GOODS!
H TWISTED SILKS, BAREGES AND TISSU7ES,
ORGANDIES, JACONETS, BRILLANTS,
FRENCH CALICOES, EMBROIDERIES, &c.
[R LLER & WARR EN, AeCusnA, GA.
hve eved a large Stock of the above
0)S, wich forI
Novelty, Beauty and Variety, -T
.b~eliecved to be utisurpats-ed in any Market, anid *om"
tag been seleted fronm the very latest impjorta- thins
s ur cuist.-irs will find~ them to be the new*- iinent
and chiiicst Goods of the Season. greal
beautiful list of Goods for Mlisses' WVear, eon- purss
nu of a lib<
ich B AR EG E R OBES, (something new :) cours
eat Fretnch 31 USLINS anad BRILLIANTES : Pu
lain, IlutT, Pink, Blue and Fawn col'd French midd
-ench, Englishi and A merican PRINTS. howe
c have also a handsome Stoek of Goods for that i
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR, thant
ht we would be pleased to show our customersote
he publlie, assuritng themi that oux. rais wI. r
V ti1EAr AS TilE CnE APEsT.
f- Persons fromi the country would do well to lin
us a call before purchasing ~olsewhere. ExpI
ignista, .4 pril 19 - tf 1 4 Col
Free School TeachersPr
1LL. take notice, that no Scholars of the Pur
Fourtk Class will be paid for, for the pres- charg<
aaurtair. Teachersare again requested in making are ehi
acir accounts, to mnake three columns--in the
lace the names of parents; in the second the Mm
er of children seat to School, and in the third Fre:
smber of days; and to ad~d up the figure. in Dira
cotid and tlord columns correctly. The names Oil]J
ei eildreni are not wanted. The
order oaf the Board. R. T. MIMI3, Treas'r. tcitig
V l1 4t 17 dessiai?
No ticoe, mnh
utleir Lodge, I. 0. 0. F. B,,ks
31. 1B. LEGG, Permanaent Secretary, is the
oly~ authorized person to receive mnevnc due
odhe. G EO. A. A DDISON, S&e'ry.
-1t 4t 17
ouse and Sign Painting!i A pri
Subscribers having formed themselves into
Co-piartnership, respectfully inform the citi- T US'l
Edgelichd Distriet, that tihey are now pre- 0 FL
o do all btasiness entrusted to thena in the
ating, Gliding. Marbling, &c.,
Ls various branches, and upon the mtost rea
All letters addressed to thenm at Edgefield t no,
will reeive proampt attention. Four Cl
niay be found in the Painting Room of Mr. Extra at
lFurniture Establishment, retail at
rence.--alr. Jonas Lr.mn~a and Mr. Jons sample 1
C. HI. L UC AS,
A. A. PALUL. Oct 21
ha8 tf 8
. ._ _ _-- Hamt
ice This---Glenn Springs, T HE
SONS desiring to retrent for the Summer
this well-known WATERING PLACE,
irmedl that cottages will be fitted up for Oct 5
omimoidation, either writh or without furnti
a order to secure one, application must be
once to the Rev. E. A. WVAGNER, on
________4t 16 Benj
$20 Reward* George 2
AWAY from the Subscriber on the 7th T appe
reh past, a Negro man named M ARCh. s1 ides ,
reba is live feet ten inches high, of rather of Messrs
iplexion and sharp features, and limps from tsrs, Ord
ad a leg broken. He speaks rather slowly, or answer
ubseriber purchased him on Sale-day in months far
Sherifi's malo. Before he reached his said Bill
tihajam, the negro ran away, and has not
a or heard of amine. Hie is said to have a A pril 2
r. BRA DFORI's, Ech Island, and may be
bout that vicintity.
'ove reward will be given for his appre
nd delivery at the .Jail of Edgefield Dis- HiE P
W. .B. DORN. .1 LAR
tf 15 solved by:
and Beeswax WVanted. e'"tofth
TED One hundred Thousanid Pounds
each- Rt. L. GENTRY.
rg, April 20, tr 4 Ap...l 4
J M. NEWBY & CO., under U. S. Hot
0 BEST and MOST FASHIONABLE .
SPRING AND SUMMEIE
Ever ofTered in the City of Augusta. In ad
SUPPLES from our I louse in New York.
YOUTH'S AND CI]
ALso, a full assortment of FURNISHING
EW* Country Merchants and aIll. persons v
examine our Stock, as we are determined to
Augusta, April 3. 1854.
New, -Beautiful and Cheap 1
rHE SUBSCIIBER is now receivir
LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
DV3S9RABLE [DRY GOODS
Suitable for the Spring and Summer Trade. N
pains has been spared in the selection of this Stoc
to pleae the taste of A LL.
Thankful for past patronage, I assure my friend
that every eflhrt will be made to merit a continu
nce of their favor. Of the Tadies, one and aill,
would particularly request an examination befor
purchasing elsewhere. Among this Stoek may b
round a complete assortment of Dress Goods
Col'd MISLINS, of the latest and inost fash
onable Styles, 10 eta. to $I.
BAREG ES of every color and quality;
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SILK, very rich ;
Lace Striped ORGANDIES of unequaled styles
Rich Colored SILKS, very cheap:
Figured and Plain SILKS. cif 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 " "
GINGlIAMS. new Patterns,
Rest Stock of PR INTS ever of'ered in tie Market
MOURNING GOODS of every description
White and Col'd Grenadine MANTILL.AS, new
yle for Summer;
White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
ring and Summer;
Lace and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES from 6j
8. to $3,00 ;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS. latest fashions;
"t " C11EMISETTS, new style'and
Large and complete assortment .of Jackonet and
viss Edging and Inserting:
Real Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings:
Blond Steam Thread and Lisle Laces & Edging.,
White Grass Cloth for Skirts, new article ;
GLOVES and HOSIERY, great variety-suita
, for all ages;
Ladies', Misses and Children's STIOES, &c.
For Gentlemen's Wear.
lie also trusts that lie his not been unmindful of
wants of the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stock
'lanter's LINEN DRILLS of every quality ;
,ottonades and York Mixtures, from 12 to 25 ets
)rap de Ettes. Cashniaretts and Merino Cassimers
3rown and Grass Linens for Coats, all qualities ;
.nion Linens and other goods for Children's
Vhitc, Col'd, plain and buff Marsails Vestings,
,ol'd Silk Cravats,'a light and beautiful article
o'd Muslin Cravats, various qualities;
Ilack and Colored Stocks and Ties.
'ry respectfully invite all those wishing DRY
ODS to give mne a call, being dctermined to be
DERSOLD by NO ONE in a fair and honora
M. A. R ANSOM, AENT' FORI
Rt. M. FULLER.
imburg, A pril 3 tf 12
v. O. A. RAYM~OND), Prinscipal a
Pertzs HAVE E.NTEREFD IIINCE IGTH oP.JAN'r. 0
IE SUMMER Stosion will commence on ,h
Monday, A pril 2.4th. b
lie Acenein building conistinmg of eight
nodisus Rooms is finely furtni-hed with every
necessary to secure the most rapid advance- -
of the Pupils. In this respect we do not think
er advanitages can b~e anywhere enjoyed. The
ribed course of Studies is so arranged, that if
'upils remain long enough at the institutiomn to
e it regularly, they can hardly fnil of acquiring
zal and imshed education ; and in thme Extra
e a thorough knowledge of the fine arts. D
Ails enn cuter at any time, and if near the
e or close of' the Sessisn, arc chaurgedl bit
lie time of entrance. All such dedoctions pe
er date from the close of the second week oif
ession. Loss omf timie fromi s~ckness if of more
wo weeks is also deducted.
Raites of Tuition are conformed to those of
Institutions of the same grade. P'arments arc
n~ade at the close of ceh Session.' The foI
list includes all
mnses per Session of 14 Weeks.
egiate Department.............15 00
demico do................12 00
mary do..... ..7 00 and $5 (00
ils using the Phiilosophmical A piparatus, are
d Extra $2,00) per Session. A nd all Pupils
'irged 50 ets each, a Session, for contingencies.
. Extra Bruanches.A
ic........................... S 0 gre
sing-....................... 8 00
-e is nso charge for use of Piano. Pupils p-nc. 0
Lt thme Institute are however charged $1, each mot
toi pay3 for ke~eping the Pianos in tune.
d, with washing, lights and fuel $10 per
e arc no other extra charges, except for
md Music sold.
PR. T. MIMS, Sch5
S. F. GOODE, ont
Es. PENN, Trustees per
G. A. A IJDTSON, tor,
A. SINKINS. J thR
5 tf 12 the
Fresh Flour. famni
' received 5,000 Lbs. GOOD COUNTRY ,Schc
0 UR, in Sacks, and for sale biy
G. L. PENN, AGEN'T.
4 tf 12.
uinnfacturcd Tobacco! D
Received direct from the Factory, Thirty
en CHEWING TOB1ACCO, comprisinig
oice Brands, viz: Iloney Dew, Oronoco,
d Premiium.. For sale by thme Box, or at
LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and .1
efore buyiung elsewhere. their
G. L. PENN, AGEN-r. speeti
tf 41 All
urg & Edgefield P'k Road, .P.~
PLA NK ROA D fronm Hlamburg to Edge vAcesr
Id is now completed and openi for the pubhi Ad
Hf. A. KENRtICK, Pres. tret,
tf 38 Ap
te of South Carolina, Edg
. . A ddison, - Mr. J,
as. Bill for Acet 4. Rel'! burg 4
immerman, et ail- five mn
oring that the Defendmt John Martin re- exacte
vithouut the limits of this State, on motion
CAnnoI.L & SionsoNE, Plaintiff''s Solici- Foua
tred that the said D~efendant demur, plead Thr,
to the Bill in this cause, within three Two
mm the publication'of this Order, or the Two
vill be entered pro confesso agaitnst him. One
A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D. Ilort
r, 1854. 3m 15 Vehi
No ti ce,. unt
mrtnership formed between JAs. A. Wt.- April
and Sla!EoN Cmtnis'rim, having been dis
mutual consent, the liquidniion and settle
business of the Firm wiill be conducted I
by S. Cuzals-rt. ILAM~P
.JAS. A. WIILLIAMS.
If 12 A....
BY & CO]
E AND RETAIL
E CLOTHI N C,
1A Ogusta, Ga., are now receiving the LARGES'T
lition to which, we are weekly receiving FRESI
We also keep constantly on hand a largo Stock o
ARTICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
isiting Augusta will find it to their interest tc
>ffer our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
g NEW SPRING GOODS!
L D. LA LLERSTEDT, has received as
e his old Stand, Corner of Globe Hotel, Au
gusta, Ga , a NEW and SPLENDID Stock of
" Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
Embracing the most elegant styles of
S Crape De Pare and Twisted SILK,
Alamontes and Velvetines,
Super. Super. Brocade and Plaid SILKS,
Elegant French .JACONETS and LAWNS,
Earlston GINGIIAMS and PRINTS,
Needle worked COLLARS and CAPES,
Undersleeres and Cheniezetts,
Jaconet and Swiss TRIMMING,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Super. Paris Kid GLOVES and HOSIERY
Table DAMASK and TOWELLING,
Irish LINEN And Bird's eye DIAPER
Furniture DIMITY and FRINGES
SIIEETINGS and SHIRTINGS, g'reat variety,
I.innen DRILLING and COTI'ONADES,
Strip d and Checked LINEN, for children,
OS BURGS and STRIPES,
And a complete assortment of almost every article
belonging to the Dry Goods trade. all of which are
oil'red on the BEST POSSIBLE TERMS, to
which he invites attention.
Aucusta, aLrch 20- 2m 10
Rich and Beautiful Goods
AT THE NEW AND ELEGANT DRY GOODS STORE OF
WARD & BURCHARD,
OPrOBITE AIASoNIe HALL, AUGUSTA, GORGIA.
.WE Are now receiving our SPRING AND
SUMMER supplies of
Rich and Elegant Dry Goods,
Selected with much care in all the Northern Mar
kets, and we take great pleasure in inviting the at
tention of all in want of FAMILY SUPPLIES
feeling assured that we can offer the best bargains
to be found in Augusta,
in cleantSpring SILKS, Rclc Wedding SILKS,
Organdies. Tissues, Bareges, French Jaconets,
Lawns, Black, Brocade Silks.
Also. one of the largest Stocks of high Lustred
Black ITA LIA N SILKS,-the most elegant Goods
ever ofTered in Augusta.
New and beautiful Parisian PLAIDS, in Silk and i
other Fabrics,.with rich combination of Colors, in- 8
cluding the gay, the grave, the rich, the elant
EMIROIDERIES of every description,-and in
raet every other kind of Dry Goods suitable for 1
Ladies and Children's wardrobes. a
SH AWLS OF EVERY KIND.-In this De
)artnent will be found soine of the most elegant
Embroidered Crape SHAWLS, ever exhibited '
south of the Potomac. ke
MOURNING GOODS in great variety.
Ameriean, English-and French CALICOS and C
HOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As
rialh Linen, Line'n Sheetings, Pillow Case Linen rc
ad Cotton, Table Damask, Napkins, Towellings,
Augusta SHIEETINGS and SHIIRTINGS .Cot
nr OdNAD fleMUnr-I?~giaSTRIPEb atilie
Er Our Goods will be offe'red at a small ad
Ince upon the original cost, for CASIl, wholesale
ad retail. They will be shown freely, represenit
I fairly, and submitted to theinubiassed judgement
Cr Orders accompanied writh the money will
Ire our pronmpt attention, and the exercise of our
-WARD & BURCHARD.
Augusta, Miarch 27 tf 11
"Mant ntosi enarrr '"I ru.1
THE CHEAPEST MONTHL.Y IN THE SOUTH ! DL
r~vo-rrD -rO PnYsaloGY, 1[rGtEsz, NATUnAL Tis- intl
-OrY. LrrenA-rUR E, AND PRACTICAL. MEDIcINE, just
E" Published at Abbeville C. H1., S. C., at $1 ?
r annum, in ad vance. LI'
7 No family should be without it! 1
JOHN DAVIS, M. D., i
Editor and Proprior. wl
A bbeville, Mar 25 3m ~ 1 ' i
-- --- yeai
AGNEW, FISHER & AGNEW, C
NEWBEREY 0. E, S, 0., at C
IMPORTERS & DEA LERS IN
-iARDWARE, P A I NT S, OILS, M
Groceries, Dry Goods, &c,,
1 Buyers of Cotton atnd country produce. Toi
T Planters visiting this Market will find it
itly to their advantage by giving'us a call. - i
AGNEW, FIShIER .k AGNEW. Gi
rewberry C. H1., A pril 13, tf 13 fr-om
7 The Abbeville Banner will please copy four may
Bethany Academy, -rrea
HIE Trustees of Bethany Academy take pleas- as eal
ure in announcing to the public, that their MIr
>ol wtill be opened for the reception of Students O"
ie 2nd Monday in January 1854, under the su- Stock
ision of the well known and succestsful Instrue- selve'
Wx. M. UIrnrz, Esq.
ites otf Tuition the same as thote charged by .Fat
armer Rector, Mr. GaL~rnuN.
,ard enn be obtaine~d in the most respectable
ion reasonable terms and convenient to the 204j
.WILEY H ARRISON,
WV. TIMMERM.41; ' sale lo
J. L. TALBERi', ' ,Hlamb
Da. S. F. STEVENS, R
G. J. SH EPPARtD. J Dig
e21 ly ;49
Music hath charms to soothe a savage, -Ten P<
'o split a rock and cook a cabbage." Mouldi
E MEM BE RS of the Palmnitte Brass Also
Band beg leave to inform the public that boil a
Band is now in suecessful operatioun, and re- useful1
ully solicit a share of public patwanage. Nurse:
Communicntions addressed toi R. TURNER, Aug
ix P. O., S. C., will receive pronpt .attention.
S.-Wx. H. GArNES respectfully efiuerts his ser
o the public as a Tencher of Brass Bands. UTS'
as him at New Market P. 0., Abbeville Dis- FI
s. C. Limeric
'i 12 3m 13 Flar,
efleld & Cheatham Plank R, We"k
)M and after the 1st May next, the Edgefield Yank
:Cheathiam Plank Road will be opened from "Le
as~s GRIFFIN's to the junction with the 11am- gAd
Edgefield Plank Road, a distance of about
les, and the fullowing Rates of Toll will be 'tIe Ta<
Rates of Toll. ;Augu
, five and six horse Wagons, 5 ots per mile
'' " 4"" U u H
" Carriages 3 " " u"a
" " 2l " " to.J.A.
eback travellers, I " u Dec 2
ies on meeting, arcech.entitled to half the Thge ]
K TR ACK, and the Drivers are required to
the "RIGHT !n ~( AN
S. F. GOODE, PRESIDE3rr.
23, if Ang .
laite Lead, Lluseed Oil,
OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAK- LA
)IL, for sale next door to SULLt~vAN's. ASon
R. T. MIRs.
New Goods! New Goods !1
T HE Subscriber would respectfully invite attei
tion to his Stock of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS t
It is one of the LARGEST and BEST that he h:
ever had the pleasure of offering for sale. For ti
Ladies he has
PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILKS,
BAREGE DE LAINES,
PRINTED JA CONETS,
MUSLINS AND LAWNS,
FINE'WORKE) COLLARS & HEKFS.
MHEMISEETS & SLEEVES,
WT E & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS.
r Together with the above, he has a fine assortment i
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
HATS,.BOOTS, SHOES, *.c.
All of which will be sold at moderate prices.
W A liberal discount always allowed for Cash
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgenfeld C. H., March 15, if 9
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
W. & J. HILL, Hamburg,
S. C., would .inform their friends
0 and customers that theykeep con
e e * stantly on hand, at their old
Stand, a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED STOCK, consisting
In part of the following articles.
A large assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks, Scissors, &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.
A large and splendid assort
ment of HEATING AND -
COOKING STOVES. The
latter are recommended to
Housekeepers for their great
economy and neatness
Guns and Pistols!
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. 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, Screw Plates, Hand
and Sledge Hammers, Files, Rasps, &c.
Embracing all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
Augers, Hammers, Hatchets, Squares, Compasses,
Axes, Adzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
3pades and Shovels of the best qualities. ALso,
tianure Forks, Hoes, &c., &c.
C H A I N S.
'og, Ox, Trace, Waggon, Coil and Halter Chains.
Boilers and Caldrons.
L variety of Boilers and Caldrons, by the proper
so of which farmers will find a great saving in
-eding Cattleand Hogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
'ots, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Waffle and-Wa
.r Irons, Fire Dogs, Waggon Boxes, Grid Irons'
moothing Irons, Morters, ,C.
DO Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an nssort
ent of English and Ai'rican H1orse Shoes, and r
orse Shoe Nails. Cofle Toasters, and Cotton It
id Wool Cards. st
traw Cutters and Corn Shellers.
he most approved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel- T
rs, which farmers would find great economy to use.
CHAIN PUMP S !
lain Pumps and fixtures-an excellent method for
awimg water from wells.~
gg All the foregoing articles sold on the most
Hamburg, April 19 . m 14
COLUMBL\, M'ay 3d, 1S54. '9
ETTEREAS information has reached this De
Vpartment thadt on the night of the 28th Feb- -
ry last, a murder was commiutted in D arligton N
triet, upon the body of a laive namend IPeter, the
perty of L. A. Wailliason, by a gun-shiot wound
eted by Wmn. L. Williamson, who has fled from,
~ow, to the intent that the said WM. L~. WIL- ci'i
3ISON may be brought to trial and condin SII
shiment. I hereby ofiler a reward of TWO pmar(
NDRED AND) FIFTY DOLLARS for his .Mac
.ery io any of the jails oaf this State. The said midL
hiamson is about five feet e'ighit inches in height. '
formed, sandy hair, red compllexion, gentleman- and
deportment, aind supposed to be thirty-fuur SPli
iyen under my hand and the seal of the State aind
>lumlbia, this third day of lay, 1854. ' Ten
JOHN L. MANNING. enot
or. PnurY, Secretary of State. one.
aly 7 4t 17 L
Particular Notice, of tl
he Stockholders of the Edgefield Odd.-1 il
ellows' and Masonic Building Associa- Mr.
NTLeEN: Our Building is commenced, aiid I
the energy displayed by the Workmen, we
oon expect to see it above the surface. Barn
mnymnent will soon be due the Contraetors.- Lanet
vill therefore please pay in to J. B. SUrLLIvan Chieus
urer, your Secoind hustalment of 10 per cent' Spart
ly as possible. 'aiid F
A. RAMSEY is tho authiorized A gent of the Advo
ay, to receive Instamlmecnts and take additional and I
Please take duo notice and govern your- Newr
A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
22 tf 6
) 000 PLASTERING LATHS, fourY
, 'Vand four anid a half feet long, for .Jd
iv. A pply at Plank Road M\ill, 10 miles above field
irg, or to IL. A. KENRICK- June
burg, A pril 3 tf -12 lowint
lania and Tin Ware, &c. Tbt
I' received by the Subscriber a fine assort-les
tnt of Britania Coffee Biggins ad Urns, Seasw
ta, Tea Sets complete, Soup Ladle., Jelly a Lu
, Infants' Bathing Tubs, &c., &o. a i
, Lamips, Spice Boxes, Shaving Etnas--will to the
mt of water in three minutes, and are very Compi
o travelers and housekeepers-Candlestieks, Tern
y Lamps, &c. J. A. GURLEY.
asta, March 22 Sf 10 May
flo, Ye Fishermen."~
Received direct from the Manufacturer IS Re
HING TACKLE of all kinds, consistirng o .-at th
k and Kirby Hooks, all sizes, Streeti
Grass, Cotton and Silk Lines, lie'S
e Cases furnished complete, mends1
ing Cane Rods, and Fishing Seats, other th
Floats, Gutta Percha Baiit, many of
ee Doodle Suap-Hooks, Bait Boxes, &c. them ex
those now fish who never fished before, jAnd I
base who alway, fished, now fish the more." '"
kle can be had at the " VaARINrY STOR E." F]
J. A. G URILEY. E
mta, Mar 22 tf ls 1lE
Te R nt -The Trt
Room at present occupied by Mr. Lod'Hill 500Arer
Dry Goods Store. Ja nmy absence apply a odr
Williams. 8f . CHRISTIE. .rim
f50 Gin Hon
Finest Segars & Tobacco *Peo
be had at the " VaARI-rr Sroaa."
>, Snuff, Snuff Boxes, Ae. Feb 115
J. A. GUTRLEY.
Ia, March 22 tf 10
REadfresh supply of flimily and toilet make pay
ps, just received anid for sale by against a
Dr. A. G. TEAGUE, DRUGGIST. nmediatehy'
ld C. H., March 29 tf 11 Nov. 9
EcGREGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
C'GREGOR & SATH, build to order Car
a rges of every description. They also keeg
e on hand a large and splendid assortment of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
WF All orders promptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly executed.
Edgefield C. H., Jan 18 tf 1
Spring and Summer Clothing!
THE Undersigned have now on
hand, and are still receiving large
supplies of Spring and Summer
Of the latest styles, and of various q.ualitiesiso that
every taste may be suited.
A handsome lot of SHIRTS, DRAWERS, CRA
VATS, HANDKERCIlEFS, GLOVES, &e.
An extensive variety of YOUTH'S and CHIlL
DREN'S CLOTIlNG. All of which will be fur
nished at fair prices.
CLAYTON & BIGNON.
Augusta, April 11 3m 13
MALE AND FEMALE.
Rcv. W. 11. CHRISTY, PRINCIPAL.
Alit. PICKENS BUTLER, Mas. CHRISTIE andt
Miss SARAI GETZEN, AssISTANTS.
Paor. F. SOFGE, INSTRUCTOR IN MUSIC.
T HESE Tnstitutions 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 ward., would do well to consider thw
advantages afforded by these Institutions. In their
location particular reference was had to health, and
in this respect the situation is surpassed by none in
The Academies comprise two large and commo
dious Buildings, 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 faeilities 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 Five Months
Primary Department, First Class..........$6 00,
" econd " .......... 9 00
;econd " ............... 12 00
yhird " . -.............. 15 00
With Ancient Languages and higher Mathe
matics .............---- -............18 00
rrench, Drawing and Painting, each .$10 00
lusie.............. ........ 20 00
CV- Board may be had at $8 per month.
The Institutions are located directly on the Plank
toad, eleven miles from Homburg.
Chair'n Board of Trustees.
Mar 8 tf
New Line of Stages!
HIS Line leaves A UGUSTA every Monday,
Wednesday and Fridny morning at 8 o'clock,
a Edgetield C. H. to Ninety-Six Depot, where
arsengers take the Cars of the Greenville & Co
imbia Rail Road to Newberry, Abbeville, Ander
n and Greenville.
Leave NINETY-SIX DEPOT on Tuesdayk,
liursdays and Saturdays upon the arrival of the
own Passenger Train, and arrive in Augusta the
me day. R. D UGLASS & CO.,
April 18, 1854. Im 14
5 Broad Street, Augusta, Geo.
- A. GURLEY, Dealer in
* Hlourekeepers Hardware, Table Cutlery,
spoons, Crockery, Tin, Wood and Willow Ware,
Poeket and Pen Knives, Razors and Scissors,*
['mie Perfumery and Brushes,
Port Monies, Purses, Pins and Needles,
'ishing Tackle, Toys of all kinds,
~loves, Hosiery, Suspenders and Fancy Goods
&"' All' Goods are warranted .to ho what they
represented, and will be sold as low as can be
chased in the City.
'he pmatronage of the public is most respectfully
sited. Sign " VTARIETY STOKE.'"
unusta. Mlar 22 tf 10
sw and Wonderful Machine,
WILLIAX BTODDARD, PATENTEE.
IIE Subscriber having purchased the'Right for
thne State of South Carolina in the only Ma
e now invented, for RIFTING and SHAVING
NGLES, BA RREL llEADING, &c., is pre
d to sell the Right of the Dis.triets, or single
hines, at prices sufficiently low to make it an
cement for purchasers.
!ie Maichine being simple in its construction,
is not liable to get out of order, is capable of
ring and Shaving Two Thoumand Shingles per
,-better than made by hand.' It is portable,
enn be worked by hand, horse or steam npower.
to fifteen days work of a Machnine will mnako
ghn Shingles to pay the price naked for a single
rge inducements are offe.red to persons wish
purchase the right of several Distriets. One
e Machines can be seen in operation in the
of Augusta, at Wam. HI. Goodrich's Planing
and one also may be seen in a short time at
.Witt's Machine Shop, at Edgefield C. H1.
TIHOS. G. LAMAR.
mburg, A pril 10, 1854. tf 14
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vell Sentinel, Pee Dee Times, Marion Star,
ster Ledger, Sumter Banner, Fairfield Herald,
er Standard, Yorkville Remedy, Spartanburg
mn, Pickens Courier, Gmreenville M~Iountaincer
atriot, Anderson Gazette and Southern Rights
rate, Laurensville Herald, A bbeville Banner
ndependent Press, Newberry Sentinel and
arrium, n i copy weekly, until forbid, and for
ieounit to T. G. L
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.Virtue of writ of Fieri Facias to me
ireted, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
.,ourt House, on the first Monday in
iext, the following property in the fol
mas HI. Marshal & Son a's. Henry Luther,
ufendant's right, title and interest in a
rom the Graniteville Company, in the
i and Lands on Bridge Creek, known
ier's Mill. The purchaser to be subject
Payment of a balance of Rent due said
LEWIS JONES, s. E. D.
4 t 16
-opened, at the foot of the hill, immediately
e entrance of the Plank Road into Main
nd nearly opposite Mr. Witt's residenee.
noes Horses, makes Plows, Irons Waggons,
Vafle Irons,' Lays Axes, and does various
ings after the old style. lie has adopted.
thne modern improvements, in fact all of
sept that of slighting his wurk.
e humbly asks a call.
orida Lands for Sale!
Subscriber intending to move, offers for
his Lands, lying in Madison County.
~t contains 1175 Acres, more or less
is of which is cleared and under fence.
is a Pine Settlement on thne Tract, having
weling with Seven Rooms, and all neces
rovements, such as Stables, Barns, Crib,
se, and Screw, Negro Houses, &e.
s who call soon can get a BIARGAIN.
rms made easy.
JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
'ersons indebted to the Estate of Warren
Winin, dee'd., are earnestly solicited to
'nent forthwith, and those having demands
d Estate will please render them in im
JEREMIA H SEIGLER, Ex'or.