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A BENEDICT'S ADVICE TO A BACHELO.
Dear Charles, be persuaded to wed
lior a sensible fel'ow like you,
It's high time to think of a bed,
And muffins and coffee for two!
So have done with your doubt and delayiug
With a soul so adapted to mingle,
No wonder the neigibors are saying
'Tis singular you should be single!
Don't say you hav'nt got time,
That business demands your attention,
There's not the least reason nor rhyme
In the wisest excuse you can mention.
Don't tell me about ' other fish,'
Your duty is done when you buy 'em,
And you will never relish the dish,
Un!ess you have a woman to fry 'em.
Don't listen to querelous stories
Ily desperate damsels related,
Who sneer at connubial glories,
Because they've known couples mismated.
Such people. if they had their pleasure,
Because silly bargains are made,
Would deem it a rational measure,
To lay an embargo on trade!
You may dream of poetical fame,
But your wishes may ch:nee to miscarry,
The best way of sending one's name
To posterity, Charles, is to marry !
And here I am willing to own,
After soberly thinking upon it,
I'd very much rather be known
For a beautiful son, than a sonnet!
To procrastination be deaf,
(A homily sent from above)
The scounslrel's not only ' the thier
Or time,' but of beauty and love!
0 delay not one moment to win
A prize tiat is truly worth winning,
Celibacy. Charles, is a sin,
And so sadly prolitie of sinning!
Then Cliarles, bid your doubting good bye,
And disniiss all fantastic alarm,
I'll be sworn you've a girl in your eye
'Tis your duty to haive in your arms!
Some trim little maiden of twenty,
A beautiful azured-cyc elf,
With virtues and graces in plenty,
And no railing but loving yourself.
Don't search for 'angel' a minute ;
For, granting you win in the sequel,
The defence after all, would be in it,
With a union so very unequal!
The anae!s, it must be confessed,
In this world are very uncommon,
And allow ne, dear Charles, to suggest
You'll be better content with a woman!
I could furnish a bushel of reasons
For choosing a conjugal mate,
It agrees with all climates and seasons,
And gives you a ' double estate !'
To one's parents 'tis (gratiully) due,
Just think what a terrible thing
'Tn ould have been. sir, for you and for me,
If ours had forgotten the ring.
A Hairy Shopkeeper,
Upon the banks of the Mississippi, ir the
State of Tennessee, there once dwelt an old
chap by the name of Yadge-Ton Yadge.
Now Tom had been an honest, hard-working
iman, :ll his li fe, bitt he had ncrer owined a
saddle-but as Tom grew old his wealth and
importance increased, anid with it a desire
for a hog skini; so lie one -day packed up a
clean shirt, stuffed a hundred dollars into his
wallet, stepped upoin a steamboat, and away
lie started down the river for New Orleans
to 1nwy himt a saddle. Now~ this was the first
tipj Tlom ever made ; lie had lived all his life
where he was born, and never beard any
other language thani that of his mother's
tongtue. In the course of a few (lays lie
landed upon the levee at New~ Orleans.
Poor TIom, little did he know what lhe had
to eincouinter. Th'le Frenchman was there,
the I taliatn vwas thiere, the Spaiiiard was there,
atnd the German was there--some from all
parts of the world were crowded upon the
levee, anid there was TIomg, with his eyes
stretched, and eatrs open, completely mistified
andti bewildered at the strange jargan going
on airounid ; lie stood it as long as miortaul man
well could, and at last struck out with his
minid fully pre pared to be surprised att nothing
lie saw upon his errand of the saddle.
A fter wvandering about the city for some
time, like some poor lost devil, lhe at length
fountd a sadler's shop. Tom w ith heart elate
Tihe first and only liviing creature wvhich
met his vi~ionu was5 a bab~oon of the largest
species sitting upon the counter, playing withi
the girts which were hmangzing from a saddle
immiediatecly over his head. Tlomn very pa
litelv addres~sed hiimi, " how do you do, sir ?"
The baboon grinlied and nodded. " I wish
to buy a satddle," says Tiim. (T'he same ex
pression from the monkey.) In a lotuder key
from TIom-" I wanit to buy a sanddle." (A
very polite grin from the bab~oon.) " I will
give yon $20 for the sadl," sys Torn at,
the same time banding him a $20 bill. Tlhiei
ajinah, having seen his master lput money
matot the dratwer, took it, and hiopping along
the c.ounter niade a dheposit of TIom's $20
*iite. lie returned immediately to his for
Tl'---~-" WVell, hand us down the pig skin."
(\eyit.'l.e notice from the baboon.) " Ding
i.., ,wly dou't you give me my saddle ? I have
paid you for t so) hand it down, or I will
tako it my~sti."' (An awful chattering from
Tom not !i4$nd(ing to h~e fooled with any
longer, reached oeut and caught hold of his
propertv-biut no sooner had the poor fellowv
done so than tihe itails aind the teeth of the
monkey were dren iinto his arim. T1om
kicked and swore-the babtoon bit and scream
ed-unitil att last the owner of the shop, a
Frenechman, with long~nmoustachie, came rush
ing inito the room.
" What does all this fuss mean ? What
do you want in here: By gar you shall give
Tom,'iiot in the least daunted but v'ery
much exasperated, ripped-out; " You inifernal
old hairy mouthed scoumidel ! I believe you
wish to~ steal my $62Q! I came in here,
bought a saddle, paid the momney down for
it, anid now when I wanit to be goinig with it
your son there has refused to let'mne have it,
aiid has kicked up a deal of fuss abiout it."
Tioim, however, got his saddle and' return.
ed the next imoring in a boat going uip the
r iver ; lint has been heard to swear it was the
last one lie ever wished to purchlase.-N. Y.
Spirit of the Timels.
A clergymaii lecturing one afternoon to
lis femnale panrishioners, said :" Be not proud
that Gur Lord paid your sex the distinguished
honor of uppeaiiriing first to a female after
the resmurrectioni, for it was only done that
the glad news might spread the sooner,"
Tm best cure for hard times is to cheat
the-doctor bmy being temperate, the lawyer
by keeping out of debt,. the demangogue by
voting for hotnest men,.and poverty by being
" LCor at the BrighL Side."
Away with long faces ? What is the use
of looking as if you had a season ticket for
a funeral? Can't you find any better name
for this world than " a vale of tears," and
a scene of tribulation ?" If you can't, it will
do you no good to read a letter which a
fieid has just furnished us. It is from a
uife in Massachusetts to her husband in
California. She always looks at the out side.
She doesn't intend going through the worid
with an air as if.
. Muffied drums were beating
Funeral marches tu the grave."
Here is the letter:
"My DEAR HUstA-Tn:-As it is some
time since you left us for CaliIfornia, I sup.
pose you weuld be glad to hear how we are
getting along in your absence. 1 am happy
to say that we are all enjoying very good
health on the whole. Just at present two
of the boys have got the small pox, A manda
Jane has got the typhus fever, Betsey is
down with the measles, Samuel got hooked
by a cow the other dy, and little Peter has
just chopped off seven of his fingers with
the hatchet. It's a mercy that he didi' chop
them all of. With these trifluing exceptions.
we are all well and getting along nicely.
You need't'be all anxious about us.
" I almost forgot to say that Sarah Matil.
da eloped last week with a tin pedlar. Poor
girl ! she's been waiting for the last ten vears
for a chance, and I'm glad sh's got marrited
at last. She ieedn't have taken the trouble
to elope though, for I'm sure I was glad
enough to have her go. She was a gr9et
eater, and I find the baked beans don't go
off near so fast now as they did. 'The way
that gie I would dip into pork and beans waia
A caution to the rest of the fhanily.
" The cow took it into her head yesterday
to run away, which- was very fortunate, I'm
sure, for the barn caught fire last night and
was consumed, I was in hopes that the house
would go too, for ii's very inconvenient, but
the wind was the wrong way, so it didn't
receive much injury.
" Some bovs broke into the orchard the
other day, and stripped all the fruit tree's.
I am very glad of it, for if they hadn't I
presume the children would have made them.
selves sick by eating too much fruit.
" Hoping that you enjoy yourself in Cal
ifornia as well as we do at home, I remain
your affectiona'e wife."
A GooD [Irr.-We seldom or never med
dIe with the fashions of the ladies, but the
following well pointed shaft from the fashion
editor of the New York Mirror, at a most
ridiculous, absurd and dir tv, if not filthy
fashion, we cannot deny a place:
"-It would be a noticeale and charminie
reform in our ladies in costumineg, were they
to imitate the Parisians, and wear fewe:
furbelows and flounces in the street. Ath.-,
if they would more trimly stocking and gai.
ter their feet. Our belles should, further
more, leave street sweeping to the proper
authorities. Skirts, trailed in tobacco juice
etc., are not tidy or attractive. 'I'o reied.%
this, a trifle r.ight be taken from the bottom
of fashionable street dresses and added to
We never see a lady with her skirts sweep
ing the dirt and filth from the streets, that it;
does not occur to us, she may be negligent
of her person-possibly often need the ap.
plication ol soap and water.
" JONEs, did you ever have any~ interest in
the putblic stocks ?"
"Why, y-e-z, zur, I stood in 'em once
about four hours !"
"H E CAN''r Do TI'LA."-A teaecher in a
Sabbath school, while explaiining to his claiss.
a week or two ago, the unbtouneded power of
Deity', was asked by one of his little pupeils
if it was really true that God could do att
thing lie chose.
" Yes," said the teacher. " Ie made the
world and all that is in it, and noting is im-~
possible to him."
" Well," said the little fellow, " I know of
one thing lie can't do, anyhow."
" What is that ?" asked the teacher.
The chip of yvoung Aminerien, with a shake
of the head, replied.
~" He can't make a two-year old colt in a
T'REAT your wife alwavs with respect: it
will procure respect to you, not only from
her, but from all that observe i'.
DEATHS OF AN ANCIENT MINISTRRe.-Rev.
Abner Fant breathed his last at his residence
a few miles from this place, on Monday
xight last. Thle deceased was, we learn,
near eighty years of age, and had been for
the greater part of his life an acceptale
minister of the Baptist denomination.-An
"I sAr, nigga, how you sell d'm brooms
so much cheaper dan dis inde.rwideral can
do, when, between vou and me, I steal de
stufif to make denm wid ?"
" Why, you belack fool, Pomp : I steal
mine ready made."
"Go to thunder,' is now renderedl : Take
'our departure to the abode of the rever
berating echoes of heatven's aertillery.
" M[NP your own business" is a homely
maxim, but it is full of force, propriety and
A WITYW tTN'iss.- A gentlem-in hby
tme name of Slaughter, living att a distance
from this place, beiner supond as a witness
in a case pndhimng in our Cireuit Court,
being about to marry a Miss Lambl we ites
the Court that he " cannot attend as a wit
ness this Court, as he expects to Slaugh er
a Lamb next Sunday.-Montgomery Jour.
R ANA WAY from the Subscribe~r on thme 7th
\.L larch past, a Negro nan nagmedc MlA ItCII.
Said Mlarch is five feet tenl inclbes hm~th. oif rather
dark coumplexion and stharp feat ures, aned timpjs fr'om
having had a leg broken. lie speaeks rather slowly
The Subscriber purcha~sed hime one Sale-day in
3arcb at Sheriff's sate. Berore he reached this
house with heim, thme negro rane away. and has not
beem seen or heard of since. lIe is said to lhave a
wvif. at l)r. flmnAmrono's, Beache Island, and maiy be
lurking about that vicinity.
Te above reward will he given fort his appr~e
hesion and delivery at the Jail of E-lgefieled u's
May 4 tf 15
A LL Persons are hereby feoreand frome trad ing
for a Note given by the tUndersed to .Jas.
B. Warren or b.earer, for $60, datedl about the 1st
of Januaery last, aned paeyablhe 1st .lanueary t855, as
tme onsidration for whciebe said Note wvas givenoi has
failed, and I am determined to resist its payenee~t.
L. 0. LOVE LESS.
June29 3t 24
LL Persons wtho were indebted to the late N.
L. Griffin, Esq., at thu time oef his death, bcy
Note or Acounit, are earestly requestedl to settle
tme same by the 1st Meondaey in Sept. next, after
which tieme all n'nsettled deemaneds will be put in suit.
Mr. L.oD UnE. is authoriized to receive penynments
i my absence. M-'~. HONIIA. A dm'or.
HAMBURG, S. C.
- TIlE Undersigned takes this
inethod of returning thanks for the
liberal patronage heretofore given
to his ilouse, and of informing the public that he
still keels opeti the Establishment for their accom
modation. I laving refitted the building, furnished
the RLooms with new and convenient Furniture, and
having a set (if well drilled Servants, an experienced
Caterer and Cooks, his Table wiud be spread with
the BET TIlE MARKET AFFUlIDS. By
these, and his personal attenttion, he hopes to give
general satistaction ty those whto favor hini with their
comilpany. lie is pleased also to announce that Air.
Jonx A. HOUSTON has just completed large and
COMMODIOUS STABLES AND CARRIAGE HOUSES
in connectinti with the Ilotel, and will take special
charge of that department. lie will be prepared to
accomiinodate the public with Saddle loises, Ilacks
and Carr.ages of all descriptions on hire, and trav
cleirs will be conveyed, with despatch, to any part
of the surrounding country on reasonable terms.
lie has also large and convenient LOTS for the
accommodation of Traders and Stock I)rivers who
are spucially invited to call.
ISA AC Sh.L
Ulambura. May 11 3m 17
W. P. STARR, Proprietor.
Tills JOTEL is now open for the
reception of Travellers, and it will be
the nim of the Proprietor to give satis
- itetion to all who nmay favor him with
their patroniage. It is centrically situated on Broad
Street. and convenient to the different Rail Road
Depiots. Passengers by the Georg;a Rail Road,
will be furnished with breakfast before they leave;
those by the South Carolina Rail Road, with dinner,
and thoseby the day train onthe Waynesboro' Road
The FUlltNIEURE, BEDDING, &c., in this
Hotel is all new. and it will be the endeavor of the
Proprietor to render all who may patronize him,
Soi1fortle d1 urinc thei r stay.
Augusta, Alar 27 3m 11
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
W. & J. HILL, Hamburg,
S. C., would inform their friends
o and customers that theykeep cn
o stantly on iand, at their old
Stand, a LARGE and WELL
SELECTED STOCK, consisting
in part of the fillowing articles.
A largei assortment of Pocket Knives, Knives and
Forks. Seissors. &c., &c., b<th of English and
Tin and Copper Ware.
Every article of Tin Ware kept always on hand,
and orders received for ay article that may be
needed in the Colpper. Tin, or Sheet Iron line.
6M R']? GD ''TV !ES
A laree and did as-ortsph-n
mi-nt of IIE.\TING ANI)
COi IN G STOV ES. The .
atter are recmomnended to
*! us keepers for their great
(i'lninV ittidl nittiesS
Guns and Pistols!
\ full a'sortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
le. 4'olts' reptnting Pistols, Allen's Revolving
md Self-Cock.'ng Single Barrel Pistols. Also, com
SMITIPS TOOLS. -
1 large and coplllete Stick of Smith's Tools, con
<istin Elf A nvel<, Belluws, Screw Plates, hand
:mill d Sledge lners, Fil-s, 1isps, &c.
Erubracine all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
\ uers, Ilaminiers, Ilateltets, Squares, Compasses,
.\ xes, Adzes, &c., &c.
Spades and Shovels.
'pales ani Shovels of the best qualities. Also,
.lanure Forks, Does, &c., &c.
C f A I N S.
Log, Ox, Tracee, Waegon, Co:l and Tialter Chains.
Boilers. and Caidronms.
\~ variety oif lioji-rs and Caldrtots, by thme pr:.per
us'...f whlichl fmrimers will find a great saving inl
.eding Cattle and H ogs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pots, Ovens, Stuiers, Tea Kettles, Wanffle and Wa
fi riis, Fire IDoas. Waggon IBoxes, Grid Irons,
NSmo otbinzg I rotis, Niorters, &c.
N AlI LS.
100 Kegs of Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
mii lt of limiih anid A merican 1horse Sholes, atnd
Iliirse Shoe Nails. Cofiee Toasters, anid Cotton
and Woo!rl Cards.
Strawv Cutters anid Corun Shaelters.
The moist uppred~ci Straw Cutters, and Corn Shel
lers, which tarmiers would find great feononmy to use.
'hain Pumps anzd istures-an excellent method for
Ilraeing water frm wells.
A .ll the forigoimig articles sold on the miost
I amhIurr.t.\ pril 19 _____m 14
COIt'Mul, S. C..
ST AM ENGINE BUILDER
And1( Boiler M~aker.
4LL~ kinds of Flomur, Grist and Saw alill Gear
?I ing aiid Shafting miadle and warranted to per.
form equal to any in the State.
lir. IL. T. .\luts. at Edgefield C. U., is authorised
.\gent tio malke contracts.
Nov. 2. 1853. ly 42
Pair H~ouse naaode Plantation
IhARNESS. SOL.E AND) UPP~ER LEATHER.
OF ALL n)EsCalPITIoYs.
Tanners, Neats Foot and Lamp Oil,
A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother.
R. T. MI151.
July 21 tf 27
SrTUArED ON l'ox t'REEK, ONE AND) A nALF 31LEs
W EsT oF CnEiioKEE l'osNs.
IT i E Subscriber wyoubId respectfully~ nnnmounc to
his friends atid the plublie generally, that lie
c' nt iines to, carry on the abive business under the
mos'-t favortble auspie. being situated near three
Saw-.\hlls where the diff'erent kinids oif mzateril catn
be' had at the lowest prices, anid having suiflicienit
water-po~wer to prop)el his anchinery, it will be
seeni tha~t lie DOES pss5ess miaterial advantages
over al! comipetitors, which enables lhm to offl-r the
tollowing artie-s at from Fl FTE EN to TWENTY
Per Centt LOW~ Et thiaii the Augusta priices, viz:
Hotel, Family & Children's Bedsteads,
PANEL DOORS, WINDOW BUNIDSJ SASH, &C.,
Will Repaiir all kinds o~f Furniture at thme residence
of any oIne whio may favor hiim with a call, on the
GEORGE B. LANHIAM.
Mlar 29 cowtf 11
R E MOV AL !
Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
HA AVING removed to the Store
* a-ljoining Dr. A. G. TEAGUE's
Drug Store, as usunil, I iim pre
patied to. miake to' iorder, Fine Dress, Double Soled
W~ater Proof and Pumip
Boots and Shoes,
Of the v'ery BEST MIATERIALS, and an excel
lent fit always wairanited.
Also. on hiand ma large variety- of BOOTS and
SlOES of miy own manufacture, wvhich will be
disposed of on reasonable terms.
Nov. 16 tf 44
SN. P. --Wanted, three apprentices to learn
hie Shoe-lmkinlg businmess. Please apply soon.
A PPLICATION will be made to the next Leg
fislature to pasus an Act pirohibitinig South
Carolinians from trading with Boston and Charles
New, Beautiful and Utieap !
T 3E SUBSCRIBER is now receiving
a. LARGE ind SPLENDID STOCK of
DX0RABLE DRY 00
Suitable for the Spring and Su-nmer Trade. No
pains has been spared in the selection of this Stock
to please the taste of ALL.
Thankful fir past patronage, I assure my friends
that every effort will be made to merit a coltinu
anee of their ravor. Of the Ladies, ote and ill, I
would particularly request an examination before
purchasing elsewhere. Among this Stock nay be
found a complete assortment of Dress Goodb,
Col'd MUSLINS, of the latest and most fash
ionable Styles, 10 eta. to $1.
BAREGES if every color and quality;
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SI LK, very rich;
Lace Striped ORGANDIES if unequaled styles;
Rich Colore-d SILKS, very cheap;
Figured and Plain SI LKS. tif all qualities;
Naiisook and Mull SlUSLINS
White fig'd Carleton do a new article;
a and Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do very pretty
Dotted " do
GINGIIA MS. new Patterns.
Best Stock of PRINTS ever offerei in the Market,
MOURNING GOODS of every description;
White and Col'd Grenadine IIANTILLAS, new
style fur Sunmer;
*White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
Spring and Sunnier;
Lace and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES front G
cts. to S3,1 ,;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS. latest fashions;
" " C11EMISETTS, new style and
Large and complete assortment of Jackonet and
Swiss Edging and Inserting:
Real lIrussls Thread Edging and Insertings:
Blood Stan Thread and Lisle Laces & Edgings.
White Grass Cloth for Skirts, new nrtia-le;
GLOVES and hOSIERY, great variel)-suita
ble for all ages;
Ladies', hIisses and Children's STIOES, &c.
For Gentlemen's Wear.
He also trusts that he has not been unnindful of
the wants uf the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stoek
Planter's LINEN DRiLLS of every quality;
Cottonades and York Mixtures, from 12 to, 25 cts
Drap de Eateii, Cashmaretts and Me inia Cassimer'
Brown and Grass Linens for Coats, all qualities:
Union Linens and other goods fur Children's
White, Col'd, plain and huff Msi-rsails Vestings.
Col'd Silk Cravats, a light and beautful article
Col'd Muslin Cravats, various aalities;
Blaek and Colored Stocks aid Ties.
I very respectfully invite all those wishing DPY
GOODS to give nm a call, being deteriiiel to be
UNI)EllSOLD by NO ONE in a fa'r and honorn
BI. A. RANNSOML, AGENT FOR I
11. M. FULLEl.
Hamburg. April 3 tf 12
BROWNING & LEMAN,
French, English and German
209 aud 211 King-tired, corner of Market-Stre.t
Charleston, S. C.
[NARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta.
U pestry and Velvets,
CUiTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variet-,
Embroilered lAce aid Mushn Curtainsill styles,
Gilt Ciarnices, in all the iiew d- igns,
Curtain Cimaps Dollers, Loops, 'assels, &e.
Dralpery Cords and 1ell Roles, iii all varieties,
Britisl and A meri- it Floor Oil (1. ias,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings.
of all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminister Rugs, in large va
PLANTATION WOOLENS-lakets, Plaan.
Kerseys, Caps. &e.
Red anl White Flannels, Chirtings, &c.
Citton Osnaburgs, of all tJe b, st Stitlhearn m -
Eiiglisha anad Amerienn COTTON FLA NNEL.S.
Friech, English anid A nmericsan Pritis.
LlIN lsNS, of Rischards'an's supearioar msake, for
Shecetinags, Shairtings. l'illoaw Caases. Tabh. )naasks.
I Jaayles. Niipkinis, Taowel inags, IIluekiaacks, Frtji
Clths. B. E. D~apers, Girass Clitths, &c.
Cloths, Cassiamres aind Ve.stiags. it best Frencha
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of Enaglislh
Ssatinets, Tweeds, JIean and inads ys. af all
bualities and styles. With a fuli atssartmai tat of
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TlISSUES, BalIWGES, ItE~N.\
DINiks, MlUSLINS, &c.
Bomaizinies, QAlpaceas anad alourniaag Goods, iin
Eveiniig 'Dress Goods, in gre at vi ayr eiy, costanito
All thea abbove sire of oujr own Direct lin:
portation, ad oti'red at tlae L O W E a'
.A !KETl PRICES.
Teurns---C ASJI, or City A ccaj tsiance.
GiThe ONiE PRICE SYSTE31 strekly sad
hered to. All Goods warrant.-d.
HRIOWNING & LE.\A.N.
Chaarle.-ton, Jun 30 - 11 3
BOOTS AN'D 81IOEM
AT THE IRON FRONT STORE Or-POSITE THE:
Masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c.
A snow receiving t heir FA I.!L S'I 1C1 ma
Gents. I .salies, Alissis, Boys, Yoths andi
Children's SI IOES of the
And the best that can lie bought.
Oiar Assortment conatains EVERY ARITICTl-:
usually kept ini the Ilarseest Boat anjd Shoe Stores.
-AL.L vARIETIEFS OF
AND 110USE SERAA'1TS' SIHOES
All of which we will sell on the most resasainabhu
A ugusta, Oct 12 tf 39
Georgia Marble Works,
J. G. RA NKIN. W. Il. IIURLOCK, G. L. SU313EY
Secesssoas -ro A. AT-KiNsON & Co.
Vjluis Establinneunt has bieeni in success
I fil oeraion for a nuimbar mar i ars. 'flhe
Quarries are well opened. antd the Mlarble is supieri
or tam any ini the Uniited Stattes.
We. hsave so perfected our tfacilities for getting out
ad tinishaing woark thait we csan fmiish
Mlounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
A tnd evetv thing in our line of businiess, in betteri
style, nuifat cheaper rates than ainy yasrd in the'
WVhen it is constideredl that we saw" Alit owni mnr-it
ble, pt)y no jaibberi's promfit, and1 isi high freighlt traama
the Nirth, it will be seen tait we possess aterum
advatntage over all cinipetituors.
We cordially solicit our friends anal the pulic to
examine outr work ana conmpare our pi ies witha
thmse of other yards, before atrderinag Nuirthernu
aale. Wte have oni hiad nat amr ysardl ini Msri
etta, a large assmrtnment of FINISIIlI) WOtE
?alnumn-ts, Tabltsi, Tombihs, &c.-whlei e mmir asient.
Mir. G. W. Summners, wtill sell ait osur parices. Our
principal work is done at the Miills. Adadrass
J. G. RIANKIN & CO.
Marble Works 1'. 0., Ga.
.Tnna 11 ly I
STRAYED or Stolen Iruom the Stubscriber on
Janiuary last, a COW and CATLF. Tha- Cuon
was a red speckled Cow, withomut horns: the Cai!f
was a finte red hecirer. Said Coaw wats bunghat from
J. II. Smith, airiginally thea promperty of .1 ahna Cule-.
man, and wias in his marik. A liberal reward wtill
be l and for the de-liv-ery of them to toe.
S. E. BOWE R S.
Ulanbnt-. thy 3'0, f 24)
STATE (ii' SOUT H CA ROLINA.
Jlohnm E. F. Ryan,
Rsals'a M1. Fnllar atnd
I N comaplisnee with an order of Court signed lby
CI:an. Wiardlaw, ian the 6th inst., I hereby n
tify the Credhitoars oif John E. F. Ryvain to pireseit
andl prove~ their demanads before~ me, iinamy maie at
Edgfeld Conurt Hlouse, on tar befoire the 17th dsay
of .July ne-xt. A. SlIlKINS, C. E.E..
B EG to inferin the publie, that they bave just
returled fromi the Northern. uraikets, with a
rull and coinplete slack fif
SPRING DRY GOODS.
Iaviiig all the riacities in the purehasing of their
stock that a c:sl capital can euniind, we beg
keave to asure the public, that we wil always keep
an hand the very best order of Gonds that can be
ubtaineil. alul sell them on as fair teris as the like
quatitiy can be purchased cither in 'this market or
A mioncrg our stack will be found the following
Chaste ail E.hlegnt Spring Silks ;
Sewing Silks aid Tissues
Biaregcs and lart-V i)elaniles
Frenclh .\uslins an.,] Lawns
White Shlks, oif alt styiks
Blaek Braceade and Wratered Silks;
Plaie n.:tk Si!ks, all wihis ;
Vhrite lynbroillelrel lnslines;
Coaloreel I.'otti-il 31uaalits;
Plaid and Strip ed do.;
Swks aneld .Jeonet do#.;
Book anad ;\ull do.:
W h*til Cd loered Taitrlton MAl.lins
Crimrap d vening I Dresses, new styles;
Maniil as and Scarfs, enstirely new
Crape Shawls. very cheap;
W hite lIkarege and Sewinag Silk Shawls ;
Frenacl, A intricane. anal English Prints
Ginehmars, of all kinds :
L.inien Lustees and Chanbrys;
Cheap Lia Clothes and I lomnespuns ;
Iriha 1.i a-s, (town impirtation :)
Plaine Iire an1a1 Lien 61)ril, for Gent's wear;
Litweee Sh.1 ti g., ixce.1eiinrgly cheap i
All ktnds tof Cottoni Sheting;
Pillow eCase llen :
49 inch Pillow erase Coittion
I hisiery if every eleseriptiin. very cheap;
Emnbreidelt.ies of every dccriltion ; seeC very
iewinr Silks . .\itts and Gloves
Kil erali *.ilk Glives :
raew Slk and LiIc Glii'v;
Linen (ambir:c I ladkerehief. all kinds
Swiss ri .1 eot t ands. verv rich:
Cambrric, Swiss and Jacenet Trimmnnings and
Ribsan Tr'ninia. new styles ;
L'sle, Threail, and L.ine Lracs ;
Anal a gr-eat variety air tither articles too nume
roas ti en euition, t:1 w hich we respectfully invite et
.harcl '9. tf 11
TILE GREAT KENTUCLY
DR JOHN BULL'S
-I111.9 medicine, when us4ed according to directions, will
cienre, wl'hout fall: -
or King's Evil,
of the .ekin. Erysipels,
Tumoirs, Chronic Sore Eyee,
Ringworm or Tetters. Seald H~ead,
Rthiumati.4m. Pains in the lioes or
Joints-, 01.1 Sores anti Ulcers. Swelling of
Cht.- So hr. lumnayAfetos an1 allothe
Diseses en~tng o prducoConsmpton. iverCom
p'its eai rrglriisan om -its4o
rtSumetDrin k. hnled Geaonc to retes wl
Pnuewroutie i: issprort-lu
Iisariarml orctor, taltn hehd, eso
emne t hyicieanwh haee eain the r~ipe or whc
*ulls nraprll tt Srere not ncers swo cofdme
t.e uctaallapeit, and p-cen Sat Inthehihes
tse. ofan hyIidins, eeres tseve trongl ine1
tereli, that t if e~ie then ien prertineo al
psy.ril taetch. Costvaerss Beenacdis berieso theul.
Althia oug tero re. malnyhy Aicionsh feet at euthne
to aingtheir rnamppnge to therecCnsuptomn.ion.o
atn aFrtil Trrrsaedy.ntwtsadn Ctaytmay appo
ofptinethe Sighestndegrees thaere other weofanky
yieldterosurppor iefaornof an ieed Choic Coynow
isUcapabler di ss muc ndin aSng afnale cm
Sunity. eAs anin, ad thne aownd fromcoldaan
resp rabl yctms, of high stanir to the omuit
1 Ts imoylke and followingsrender ueflu l
L. P. Yandell.cPrtf.r or Chemidtryi teLovil
compising rohnrkulb's frCtmpomothundExrcofaredpailoa
ean avn esitain h aivn sainedha they re ba which
comund, Sard nerla iha proewelee nnh chondemned,
to whihut al apicablee. r n cL.en P. YAnEL hghes
tat D. yns. pliy jtesican byes aeointento tot Li
ihe beae theirI i rescripteo fbth preparation ofScr
sJohntt nul't taraparila ben ptaelit thee obtheonblic
bAnrro ee ae any pwellcacae whc protc an tuter-c
taie ri eci n pcrlt the rytm aecousedtioh of
pucan ,rite rdacitc rd inki te beat arovce
of t Irhopariaenowei ue.e iooaeote h rnl
ylot ticir spicot icofra ort, re,.d Ahich 5they1860.
St apemto f cltno adrgei ioy n anw ltestad o m
rehonribl eply cs tof hirequst tadilng ak in the unt
cnwchino th letr c
cocamne at rtuatetof raofntsai Mcalnive romt Dr.
ha. pracetied. teiine~ of thicitdtryein ctry, boutl
fiveiears uting hte oteoer the bit cofd iweatherts
ah ave en eindinpoc with Act t u atism yabout sfe
monthsvile Atere an exasedm8ki4i5.eteamn
agent, 3r. Georg l. Brirwnh apoimet teso, e oi
'uIi; tpiintat yours refupearion ofparapal
Is ded-y supriore toan thesritofrh preparatio n ofe
an ltke grarapiesrai e icemeninaitton te
btle a beiu ng. ac retalulad o willuc anislte
ariv iulcr~e.iec onr sy t-e . IhaE yused It th In
jcIc haed exiaiedpatcatik the bestto articles htcmooJh
ofl' Extireat cowi uase.rla n ae obsiaini
san etatiet hs cian-Luisle marn. IHoptl.
prefermit mayate ow den ou, few thises sngom
thfromr to pomet ta othebod that of thel cskste
Iconftuien tlyeicmeit t myfindcsben.pwr
have Extractiad reonilie th biv wilcec cury, cabout
directears. Iblint e o i to eeo to bitter sclceater, to
haeury.nay litave wit Acut wtherain abou msx
cauien ter prracigiuted my sill icontie thn
oe nay h~i casedi'ries o theoe, wstere to ughvt
Ironcrdiy puceaberofte oficl omcity, fromadlphur
agent, Mr whatrg D. Sropp, abu pytewo estago, at th
tpo is ceproeo, thatyour Johnaration' Saraarsailla
Is he eeni uingo toh atyti's prparinlao in e,
ant I wilhae eatplerin in reeinmendng it to the bi
forthcre sofin crnol ayphen, and 1wll uaeouestand
glanduilar toeuseitle Youri, prest erenly
Lewrt. prly youh, 184. W. AP, 31. D.
Dull' Etac W.e BEHapalN, -ndIeve no hTEEStON.i
sactrastvE it Isahie afoluabngls coerbotn cop would
prerttolla urce nor in u ss fo the dpiseassoriofsung
fnowni aas ica aeofue te accoopid o ato of the tm.
E. churfcht,v reaend It Stoenso huenas bengow as poe
ofl athe ot ned tatd elius i membe tal thes oen
diuckyes fonfrencet cout oas onfn if unsny yaccrding t
dithiones Ielievte hitghb an vesponsble stationeuof aet
forcury 3. -Nay ioo oern.r dCant wthrn rice mat
ode moaisfcto n resiony the baors whether meicn
noe~tr tseimony other waenrfee ao o n
giediine.lter E. .ho- t. EOStHevnson:
U~ whrt D. Sapp a hciantr. May stanh, 1t th
top ofaite urfsssso Jolan Bull's Sarsaparilla, n av nw
It teo beae with oen utscin Sararind wa geatn
anb esraveon i~stangour ein f cthatnin it to athae publd
foruaice mdlcorefcoud, clir and alcuaeo prodc
anchla dioodands reecht sferenly, heefr
sLed.-prr KyAci t, 59 W. SAPP,0N.
(e.E Sige) , Ee. . STEVEESON.
We earnstly. -nvte fllowirsons ah eratsing copyofh
anytiof"ate iltafs itreosreir o," thpoprieto of Dr.lJohn
Buarsaritand gtevt a. cop o is eyandl Joueral
knong a andua lo not befnd coniling patoro gve l'
Sacrchrll a 1auv., afteveadngn tan ecowctng a one
ofm te, thcat tr.e and imposmbefrs Dothat the puben
tuce tenthrepart o l nubrs of frtiianytes aonding
ttcurecsrflorm ie high Sarespi he saton of agent
fuice n hooktr soer. orn tDr d producear etparila
or o welcfrknon anostinguish inv dufay, ohcin
pbie anpae thfe was beenverfy oediuvrhefing.
eP leaers Jon Dull's riapalfice, aent have know
itrt ee sdo bwioh cin Lsarsnaclon anKr. hen
hesi'niton iF aing u if thi atVitlage ansagey ayd
vaualeuade-i oiapudan clclte t podc
icce goodn' ccnii rleemuhcufri;ad.hrfr
50 IIHDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
A IRT'S do.
200 Bags COFFEE.
25 Hhds. MOLASSES,
200 Coils ROPE, some very superior,
100 Bales Gunny and Dundee BAGGING,
30 Whole, Iivif and Qnarter Bbis. No 3, No 1.
and Mess MACKEREL, also Kits,
"And we would ALSO state," that we have a fine
assortment of 0
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
Bedsteads, Chairs, Saddles, Osnaburas, Stripes,
Iron, Nails. Oils, White Lend. Shot, air Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice,
Bacon. &c., &e.. &c.,
And in fact, every article usually found in a Gro
eery Store. J. SIBLEY & SON.
lamburg, Nov 14, tf 44
For the Planters!
1--'[\1 Lbs. Peruvian Guanno,
l U bb's. 1:ettlewell's GUANO
70 BblS. Kettlewe.'s C1 EM1ICA L SALTS,
30 " Pure ground PLASTER.
The above celebrated Manures foar sale by
J. SIBLEY & SON.
ITHmburg, Nov 14, tf 44
" The Laurensville Herald, Independent Press
and Anderson Gazette will copy the above four
times. and forward bils to J. S. & SON.
Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c
IlE Subscriber has just received a SELECT
I STOCK of
Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
-cONsISTING IN PART-F
Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pili Mass,
Sup. Carbuna of Soda, Caloel,
leiry's Cal. Oagnes'a, Cream of Tartar,
Epsom Sals, Ilodinte,
Sulphlate of Morphine, Iodide of Potasseum,
I.u1111 1aga sia., Stryehnine,
\lun's Elixir of Opium, Falnestock's Vermifuge,
Thomnpson's Eye Water, MeAl ;ster's Ointment,
Cheesenian's lialsam, Evans' Latteets.
Norwood's Veratrun Viridc.
And a full supply of most all tile popular Patent
\Medicines of thm day, all of which are warranted
free from adulteration.
G. L. PENN, AGENT.
Oct 26 tf 41
G EORGE ROINSON & 11. B. JACKSON
have sssociated thembelves together, for the
transaeting of a
General Hardware Business,
Under the style of RosIsSON & .JACKsON, Hamburg,
*here we will always keel) an extensive assortment
of EVERY TIlING in that line, together with
SaddlIs, Bridles, larness, Leatier,Trunks, Whips,
Hamburg, April 27 tf 15
ROBINSON 8t JACKSON,
HAMBURG S. C.
AVE now on hand a most complete Stock
aof Hardware, anongst which uay be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
5t0 Kegs Nails,
20,000 Lbs. Castings,
50 Doz. Collins' Axes,
75 " Brades' Patent Toes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletson and others make of Vices and Anvills,
praee. Halter. Log, Fifth and other style of Chains,
A complete Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
-A.. STLES oF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws, Ilinges,
Knobs, Bellows, Hitts, Guns,
Pistols, Shoat Bags,
Powider Flasks, Cotton and 'Wool Cards,
Well Wheels, Kettles, Stew Pans.
Frying Pans, G riditons, I lamamers. I atchets,
iacks, Wafer, and Waffle frons. Candle Sticks,
Steelvards. 3arking Gunges. Spirit Levets,
Audit ons, Shovels and Tongs, Screw
Plates, Compasses, Thum
ITambntrg, A pril 27 tf 15
ROGER'S LIVERWORT & TAR.
FOR THE COMPLETE CURE OF COUGHS, COLDS,
INFLUENZA, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, SPIT
TING OF BLOOD, AND ALL OTHER
LUNG COMPLAINTS TEND.
IlG TO CONSUMP
' IlS preparation is getting into use all over our
iConnrtry. The nttmeromus letters w~e receive fromn
attr varions agents, iniferminag ,s -of cnres effectedl in
-heir immediate neielhhorhonds, warrantt us in snyinag
at is one oaf the best, if not the very, besi Cough 3ledi
ine now biefore th~e pnb,;ic. It almosvt iNtvuriably re
'ieves and nmot uanfree~auently cures thec very ,worst cases.
Whlent all cothler Cungh preparationts have failed. thtis
has relieved the patient, as Druggist, dealers in Medi
cintes, acnd P'hysiciants can testify. Ask the Agent in
reour uecarest townt. whtat has b~eent his experietnce of
hse efi;-cas of this metdicne. If lhe teas beene sellinig it
for arty letngth of ttme he will tell you
i'I '8 IIE BEST MEICINE EXTAN'T.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we htave
received lately regnaditag the virtness of thts medieine.
Dr. S. S. Oslint. of Kttoxville. Gia., says:-I have
beme singv .stour I~ieerwort anid Tar tery efrensirely, in
may practiicefor tharee years past, and, it is wit/h pleasure
/ state mn, il-iefina it sturEnrtotTr ovian At.t. OTtIE
AttTtct.as wit/i which/ lam ucceluanted, for sch/ich it is
.lLessrs. Fiazireratld & Ilenners. writing from Waynes
y il l., N . C. sn ys :"T he Liverwcort and Tar is be
anoming duaaly more poraimlaar in this Counrtry, AND wve
-rntxw .ws-rt.v so. All who have tried ,t speak in
'ommanewn/lalle terms of it, anid say it/is :ery, beniefia~il
int alleriting the coamplainats for ,which it is recomn
Ottr A gent in Pickens District, S. C. 3Mr. S. R. 3Ic
Fall, assanresuas " thtat he uses it withi great baenefit in
ii ow n family, and receomtmends it tea his naeighboars."
IIe gives an instance otfa Negro' wonmtt,irn htisvicirti
ty, whto hail been sttffaritng with disease oaf the Lucngs
for years, attentdd nilt a severe cough, whto was re
ieved by the Liverwort andr Tar.
Such ore the goate repolrts we hear of thtis Medicine
fronm all parts of the Sont h. For a repoart of thte star
prising enres it hans performead itt thme Western aned
Naorthlerna and Easternt States, we woualdj irtvite the
-nflering pat tent to rend the pamphlet whtich aeccom
'anies eac~h bottle. Tro atl, we say, haute hope, have
T RY T HE iTEDICINE !!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
Andl neglect not that cotnght whticht is daily wenkening
your conistitution, irrittiing yutr thrrant atnd tuntgs,
a id irnvitinig ont thtat dread disease, Constimptican,
whlent so sttutoiing atnd Healitng a remedy n hue ub
iinedl as Dr. Roigers' Syrnp of Livernaort and Tar.
BEWA RE OF COUNTERFEITS AND BASE IM
The genutine article is signed A soaw Roazns, on
the engraved wrn pper aroiund each beottle.
Price, S1 per bottle, or six bouttles faor $5. Sold
whoelesale anal retail bay SCOVA.L & MJEAD,
1ll Cheartres St. hiet. Contti and St. l.ottts, N. 0.
Soa.R AGENTs Foat TttR SOCTHIERN STATEs. to
whoatm all orders anti applications for Ag.-ncies must
g~.7Sohal by G. L PENN. Edtgefleblt C. It.: WARDT.AW
& DENDlY, Abbeville C. HI.; IATT & JONES, Newber.
ry C. It.: A. J. CItEIO llTON, Unmburg: IT A Yi.AN D
r.ISLEY & CO., Augusta, Ga., and by one Agent In every
Town in the South.
March 29, - 4mn 11
No ti ce.
T TTE Parttnership fertmaed between .Tas. A. Wit.
L.h.Ms atnd SItEON Cttntstra, Itaving been dis
tilvetd by ttmutl conusenat. the liqunieotn and settle
:entt of the~ buseintess of theo Firm will be conducted
exclusively by S. Cuantsra .
S. C'IRIIST IE,
JAS. A. WILLIAMS1.
A pril 4 tf 12
IS Re-opened, at thet rotot of the hill, immuedi-ttely
iat thtd etntrantce of the Plaink Rond into Mlaitn
street, and tnenrly oppaaslte Mtr. Witt's residence.
Ile shoeas 1ltorsesc, mtakes Pleows, lraons WnLegans.
-ntds Walfie Ironas. Lays A xes, and doaes varti-us
ithaer things after thme. aldl style. lIc has adoapted
mtany of the nmodernm improuvemnents, in fact all of
themt except thattt of slightitta'his wouk.
Andl Ite htutmbly asks a call.
Jan 11 tf 52
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAM1P OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL nndl TAE
NERlS OIL, for sale next door to Stnnetvan's.
R. T. \lMaS
A ug 24 tf 39
lyanufactured Tobacco !
TUST Receiveed dirct fro~m the Factory, Thirty
J Boxe~s CH EWING TOI1ACCO, comprising
tor Choice Brands. vis: Hloney Dew. Orasnoco,
Extra and Prenaiumu. For sale by the Box. car at
rtail at LOW PRICES. Don't fail to call and
saple before baying elsewheree.
G. L. PIL ', AGENT.
RICH TWISTED SILKS, BABEGES AND TISSUES!
ORGANDIES, .ACONETS, ERILIATS,.
FRENCH CALICOES, EMEROIDERIES, &c.
M ILLER & WARREI, Autdse, GA.
have rece;ved a large Stock &' tit -above
GOODS, which for
Novelty$ Beauty-and Variety,
Are b'elieved to be unsurpassed in any Marifet; and
having been selected ftot the very-latest iniporta.
tionis, our custoenirs will finid ltemit to be the new
est and choicest Goods of the Season.
A beautiful list uf Goods for Misses' Wens, con
Rich 11AREGE ROBES, (something-new:)
Neat Fretch MlU'LINS and lIRILLIANTES.
Plain, Buff, Pink, Blue and Fawn col'd Frenelr
French, Eng~sl.and American1r!NTS
We have also a hundsome. Stek of Goods for
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,,
Which we would be pleased to show our custopners
and the public. assuritg thent that-oux satoss jai
BE AS CIlEAP AS TtE CnEAPEST.
- Peremis front the country would domwell to
give us nt call before purchasing elsewhere.. -
Augusta, April 19 tf *,
GREAT SOUTH ERN REM DY
1011. All3#4" 2 TA7 1IS3AS
C110L KRA, DISENTERY.M DIMRik (EA,
CHOLERA MORBUS, BILLIOUS COIJ ,.
A Lso, A DI3:nABLY ADAPTED 10 MANY ,DsEASES OF
FEMALES, 3osr ESPECIALLY PAI VTxeL MZ?a7tATIOY.
TIlE TVR TUES OF JA COB'S CORDIAL AAE TOO
IVEL ,KXO W To R EQUIR E ENCOMUM.
1st. It cures the worst cases of Diarrhoe; 24. It.carts the 4
worst forms of Dysenatury; 3d. It cares California orilexi
catn Dirrrhoa-; 4th. It relievles the severest Chollic: 5th. It
cures Cholera 3orbus; Gth. It -eures Cholera Inlatutum;
Ith. It cures painfAi Menstruation: 8th. It relieves-Pain in
]ltck an Loins: 9th. It counteracts Kervoustnes and Die
spondency ; 11th. It restores Itreguiarities: 1.- It alipels
hiloniy and Ilysterical Feelings; 1?th. It a admirable
A Few Short Extracts from Letters, Tustdlnid1a'&.
1 thave used Jacob's cordial in my fImIly.s stid ho
found it a most efficlent and In my judgment. a valuable
remnedy."1 jill11iAf WAEN Fl".
judge of SupremoCourt, Gs.. - -
"It gives me pleasure In being able to recommed-Ja
col's Cordil-my own perstinal experience, and the e
rience of my neighbor4 and friends arotid me, Is a sinue
ent guarantee for me to believe it to be all that it purports
to be; viz: A Sovereign Remedy." I
WM. II. UNDERIWOOD.
Fortnerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circult.
"I take great pleasure In recommending this Invaluable.
medicine to all aflileted with bowel diseasea.Jors whleh.l
believe it to be a sovereign remedy-decidedly sTerlor to
any thing else ever tried by me." A. A. GAUJ.DING, -
Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodgeof.0s. -
"This efficient remedy Is travelling Into celeblity as fast
as Bonaparte pushed his osilunhs Into Eussia, and gaining
commendation wherever used."
GeorgIa JeffersonIan, May 191b,1858.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family. and thIs, wIth
all that I hear about It as a remedy by those who have tried
it. induces me to believe that It stands at the head of every.
prepartion of the kind. ind I would -recommend -Itsase Ink
the diseases for which it is comli ounded. -
MILES G. DOLBINS, Agent Bank of Gi.. Griffin.
"If there Is any credibility In human testimony Jacob's
Cordial must stand pre-eminent aboveall other preparatIons
for tIme cure of Bowel Diseases. Front the mtusa of testimq.
ny n its favor coming In from all quarters. It must be very
fur In advance. as a curative agent. of tmn5st tint all other
'patat' preparations." A. FLE3lKlG.
Agent Marine and Fire Insurte liank, Grifflia.
g"' For sazue In thIt villnge.by G. I. 1ENN.Acear -and
the principal Merchants ad Druggists troughmlout the State.
W1. W. BLISS & CO., Pruprieturs, navanpah.
May 11., Sm
.STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA...
IN COMMON PLEAS. -
S. F. Stevens,
Vs. Foreign Attac.ment;
Chas. T. Harris.
I l IE Plaitintiff itn the ahoyee case lhiving thi day
filed his ee!aration in n.y Cfie. at:d the
Deifentehm~t ha'ing nteithier wife nor A ttorntey to re
I side within the limits of th P- State, tit whoni a copy
of said Declaratiin with a rue to pi!end enn-be
servel. Oin mot:in of Mr. A DAMS. Plaintiff's Atlor
ney. Ordered. Thatt said JIlendaint atppear and
p'ead to said Decltration within i year slnd a ay
friii the date hur. of, moo finul and absolute judgment
ill be given aginitt4t imn. .
TiIOS. 0. A CON, C. C. K. D.
Clerk's Oflice. A pril 17, 154. 1y 14
STiAT'E Ol' $OU'I'l CA ROLINA,
EDGEFlI.:.D DISTRICT. -
IN COMMON PLRAS.
S. E. Unowers,
:s. Foreign Attachment.
J. M1. Robinson.
3T H E Plaintiff ini the anve cnse hazvitng this daty
fild H s I ee'uiratotn itn toy Offie. and tile De
fetidantt h:;.vingC neither wife nor Attorney known to
reside w;thin the limtitts of this State. (in whom
capes of satid D~eeltriiin with rul. S to plead entn be
servedl : Ott mostion of Mr. Simus. Attorney for
Pinitti, Ordereid that sa.d Diefettlati appetnr and
plead to said Deelmutatin within a year and a. day
fromi the date hiereuif. or fitnl and absolute judgmat~nt
will be awarded atgainstt hum.
TI10S. G. BA Cori,cC. . .
Clerks Office, hIarh 6, 1854. ly 12
State of South Carolina,
flnj . Adio, Bill for Acet & Rel'f
George Zimmerman, et utl.
IT'I appearing thatt thte D efettdant John Mlartin re
sides withttmut the limiits ofns this State. on mtotion
of Messrs. CAaaoi.L & MloRAoSE. Plainitiff's.Solici-e
trs. Orderced that thie said D~efetndant denmur, pltbud
or antswer to the Bill itn this eas, within thtrtts
tnonths front the piublication of this Order, or- thte
said Bill will be -tered - pro confesso tigainist him.
A pril 27, 1854. 3mt 15
State of south Carolina,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
:5. Foreign Attachment.
John1 l11ll. )
John L. Dobey,
ve. Foreign Attachmnt.
J. HT. Wtonzdgnte.
T'~lE Plaitttifh' int the atbove eases having this day~
.1I tiled lth ir D eehirationis in myt Oflice, and the~ be
fetdants hiavitng neithter Wives mtir Attiirnteys ktnown
t reside within the limits of thtis State opont whom
copies ofI said dtelarations with at role to plead can be
served :.On 3ltitioni of Mir. 1NEY, PIiinttd' Attor
ney, Ordered, 1'Tat the said Defendantts appear and -
plad to said Deolshations withini a year and nadity
from thieditte hereof, or hinal tand absolute jadg.
tment will be awarded :Gainst theta.
'F110S. G. BACON, C. E..:
Clerk's Oficee. .July 12.1853. ly 26
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON .PhAS.
Fe.i ~te Foreign Attachpfent.
Charles S Unrris. -
Jas. S. hllarson,
:s -Foreign Attachmtent. -
Charles T. Trfarria.3
rj lIE P'nititil' ini the aibovo cennes having 1t:u
fited their LDeelaratiion ittnt myOfite,. :nd~thp
D lefendanmt ha.ving tneithe'r wife notr Attorutey known
ti resiide ii' itti the lintte of this itite', otn nhtom
copi. s of' sad IDeilarations wit rul- a to pleadjaun'
ie served : u (Ji tiistin of M!r. A nias, P'la'ntisff'
Atty, O~rderedi. Thtat said 1A-wnezdat. appear **fiid -
ph adI to said DieeIlarations within a '.ear atid a da~y
t sitm the, date hiete..f, or linal and absolutt judgment
wih be giveni .against htoni.
TIIOS. G. OAC'ON, c. . E. D.
Cltrk's Oic-, arch28. 15d. ' ly- 12
Edgefield & Cheatham Plank Rt.
F""dafter thte 1st M.ty next, thte Edgefiekt
L&Cheathamts Plantk Iboad will be sspenesd from
lr *t.iss tiiFtN s-'., the jutteiisti with i be Hjamq.
brg & li~Ig- hield hltk l1uad,. a distane .ir abiiut
fie ttilea, and the fosluatg (Iates of Toll will be
Rates of Toll.
Four, five and six htorse Wazgons, 5 eta pe mile~
Three ' " 4 . l t
Two '' t 3 "t4
Ti-aIt Carriages 3- " "
Oneo " "~ 2 "
llorseback travellers, -.1,9"
Vehicmles4 in miecting, arc eneh entitlet halt he
P L ANK TRA4CK,'atnd tht( Driesarequired~to
tutu 'o the " RIG HT )". 279
.S. F. GOODE,.fAWsDErIT,
April 23. 't i -. -A 1
Rags anudB gg.
WT ANTED' One :hund&ca- Thousand a~nd~
VIof each. : R- L. OE T
1iamba, A nell.20. I