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- - WONGS OF A .
And so sir-Mr. Gilliflower,
1" cannot have th'e shawl ;"
You say " it is not in your power ;"
Of course, sir, not at all!
But you can buy those vile eigars,
And pay your club as well
Now don't come near me! Oh, my stars,
How strong your breath does smell!
Don't tell me, Mr. Gilliflower,
'Twas business made you stay
Last night to such a reckless hour
I know, sir, 'twas the play:
And after that you supped and quaffed
"'Tis false"-oh bravely said!
Then why require that Seidlitz draught
Before you left your bed
-I tell you,- Mr. Gilliflower,
I cannot bear this long ;
I am a lily in the shower
Of your earth-beating wrong.
You hate me-nay, I know you do;
You wish that I were dead:
That giggling ninx in royal blue
De-laine has turned your head.
"I'm raving !" Mr. Gilliflower
I do not rave with wine;
Long cruelties can overpower
A firnr heart than mine.
Alh, whistle, jeer me, make a din!
You " do not wish to jeer "
Then what portends that ghastly grin
That spreads from car to ear.
I cannot buy a mantle now,
A ribbon or a bonnet,
But, when the bill comes home, you vow
I've " spent a fortune on it."
This cannot last-and, as you wish,
On due cmsideration,
1 do not care how fast you push
The' bill for separation.
What! " I may have the shawl," you say;
Now really, truly, may I ?
A thousand wicked things each day
When hot with anger say I;
Forgive me, dear, each foolish word
Nay, kiss me, love-I will
You are the gentlest, kindest lord
That ever-paid a bill!
Short Letters. 4
TIE Memphis Eagle gives the following
'-er from a flat-boatman to his father. He
d his brother " Bill" had flatted a load of
orn to New Orleans.
NU ORLEENS Gune 8.
Deer Dad: Market is dull, corn is mighty
and Bills ded. Your son J. L.
This is short and to the purpose. It re.
As us of the celebrated correspondence
Wtween a stay-at-home-mother and her ab
')EAR JoHN : Come home. A rolling stone -
athers no moss. Your loving mother.
f e answer was not long in coming back,
vas not long whena it got back.
RED R[VER, rexas.
An MOTHER: Come here. A settin'b
!:ver gets fat. Your loving son.
* ill shorter letter was given to a gen
by a lady, whom he had offended by
toriness, and who, a'or a long time,
- ased to speak to him. His letter was
in its supplications for forgiveness.
e word from your lips will make me
When and where wiill you speak it ?"
incsday, at the altar."
'IGINAL ANECDoTE.-The Portland
ites that Capt. K., a shrewved steam
..in from the State of Maine, caught
v Diddler" on board his boat one
e wvas making from Boston to
"and pinne'd him up in good
inms the fellow laid a traverse to
aying his fare, and insisted to
She had paid but lost his ticket.
Sdid you payi" said the clerk.
rguessed it was the Captain ;
.s su.nmoned to the conference.
,yes, yes," said Capt. K., " it amp
to me I do recollect. Let me see ;
gave me a five dollar bill ?"
' Yes," says the Diddler, " I did."
" And I gave you your change in half
dollars, didn't I ?"
(The fare was only a half a dollar-com-.
petition was high.)
"Yes," says Jeremy, " that's it-I recol
lect it perfectly."
"Very well," says Capt. K., " I won't
dispute your word for anything-but if you
please, I should like to see the halces !"
The fellow wvas tripped when he least ex
pected it. He could not produce the halves,
and had to fork out his fare.
SHARP PRACTICE.-A good story is told
of the manner in which a coachnman down
'in Kennebunk managed to " get round" a
hard customer. The man had owved him a
dollar and a half since last spring, and could
not be prevailed upon to come to a settle
mnent. A few days ago the coachman drove
up to the man's door, wthom we will call Mr.
Brown, because that's his name, and cried
out-" Hlello, Brown! here, I've got a box
-" Have y ou ?" said Brown, approaching,
"where- did it conme from ?"
"From Boston," w'as the reply, "just
brought in by express." And he lifted from
the top of his coach a stoutly built box,
about ten inches squarec. and rather heavy,
upon which wvas inscribed, in a proper man
'ner, the directions :
" Mr. Thomas Brown, Kennebunk, Me.
By --'s Express."
"What is the freight I" inquired Brown,
as he received the box and ascertained its
" Only nine shillings," said the knight of
the whip, and the money being duly paid,
he drove rapidly awvay.
Mr. Brown carried the box into the house,
and obtaining a hammer and chisel, broke
it open, but to his annoyance, found nothing
inside but some rocks, carefully packed in
hay-the whole having been prepared by
some wags at the depot, who were willing
to play a good joke, and at the same time
help an honest man to get his money.
A SOLDIER, many years ago, was sen
tenced, for deserting, to have his ears cut off.
After undergoing the brutal ordeal, he wvas
escorted out of the court-yard to the tune of
the rogue's march. He then turned, and in
mock dignity thus addressed the musicians:
"Gentlemen, I thank you! but I have no
furthereed of your services, for I have no
ear for music."~
Mas. BoGos says that she observes the
people in the Legislature have put her neigh.
bor, Mr. Fay, on a standing committee, which
will be a dreadful trial to him, as he was al
ways very weak in the legs ; and never could
keepn on his feet long at a time."
Gooo REToRT.-John Randolph met a
personal enemy in the street one day, who
refused to.give him half the sidewalk, saying
that he never turned out for a rascal.
" I do," said Randolph, stepping aside,
and politely raising his hat,-" pass on, sir
-pass on !"
A JUDGE's duty is to snub the counsel on
both sides and bother the jury by furnishing
them with a third method of lookiing at a
case. We got this from a wag who once
went to law to get damages; and he got
what he went after, enough to last him a
"GRANDMA," said an urchin to his grand
mother who was near eighty years of age,
"Grandma, at what age do ladies lose their
relish for gallantry ?"
" Ah me, my dear," said the good old
soul, "1 do not know; you must ask sotue
one older than I am."
"PA, ain't I growing tall mighty fast?",
Why, what's your height, sonny ?"
"I 'm six feet, lacking a yard."
FRtANK.-An old count paid his addresses
to one of the richest heiresses of Paris. On
asking her hand in marriage, he franikly
said to her: " Miss B-, I am very old,
and you are very young; will you do me
the honor to become my widow ?"
.,Y Office is at Edgelield C. 1I. for the present.
C. W. STYLES.
Sept 27 tf 37
TITIE Undersigned have formed a Partnership,
.and wili PRACTICE LAW in Edgefield, Ab
beville and Lexington.
GEORGE W. L.\NDRUM,
Edefel C T.,AlGNER PERR1N.
Edgefield C._T., Sept 21,1854. tf 3G
Law and Equity.
TIIE Undersigned have forimed a partnership
for the practice of l.aw and Equity.
gaT OimcE at Edgefield C. 11., S. C.
M. L. UONTAM,
S. W. 31ABRY.
Sept 13, 1F5 1. tf . 35
S. S. TO M PRK INS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
t- OFFICE IN REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE.
Edge-field, S. C., Frb 8, tf 4
Practice of Surgery!
D R. JURIAII HARR IS. Augustai
Ga., is prepared tiaceiommodiate with Imidgin
aind Nursing, such patients as may be directed to
him for SURGICAL OL'ERA'TIO.NS or Treatment.
0T Masters may be assured that their Sorvants
will have every necessary attention.
Augusta, May 26, lV 19
McGREGOR & SMITH,
CARRIAGES, BEUGGIES, &c.
AC'GREGOR & SMITH, build to order Car
ll riages of every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendid assortment of %
New and Second-Hand carrlages,
g All orders lr(oiptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly execited.
Edgelield C. II., Jan 18 tf 1
Warehouse a n d Commission
P ENEWS the tender of his services to the pub
'lie for the Storage and Sale of CO1TON.
GR AiN, FLOUR, BA CON. ,and a!l oilier co'unry
produce. P'urchasn. of Merchiandlize, and every
description of produce on orders. Will make eanlh
advances on shipmrentsof Cottoni to Savannahil, Clr-r
lesion, Baltimore and New Yoork : with thne usual
eash advances on Cotton or othoer Prooduce i store.
Choarges-customary rates of the city.
A unusta, Sept II 1 m 35
P ain ts, Oil s an d Glas s,
Chuarlestonu, S. C.
HE Keeps constantly for sale, a generaol asrt
ml...ient of Paints and Oils of roll kindls. Varnishe's,
Window Glass and Sashes, Spns. Turpoentine. Spirit
Gas, Cotton Foot-Girt Fixtures, Glue and Brushes
of various kinds.
Charleston, Sept 4 ly 34
F. M. N IC IO L A ,
1EG LEAVE to inform the citizens of Edge
...1feld District that he hans on hand a small lot o
Choice Buggies !
Also. Some that lhe can sell as LOW as ONE
IlUNDREiD DOLLA\ RS, and others at maode-rate~
pries. P'ersons wishing such articles wooubl do well
to give hinm a call before p'urchiasng else-where, as
he can give them hetter bargainos than can they getI
this side-of New York.
.June 8, ______if 21
GEO. E. HENDY, Esq.
Tj UIE Subscrbcrs take great pleasure in recomn
fmending this gentleman as a
Stone Cutter and Mill Dresser !
lie cuts beautiful MILL STON ES at his Quary on
Cloud's Creek, and Mill o-xners wouild dio well tc
give him a trial E. P. & J. AB BNY.
Higgins' Ferry, S. C.
INY Person wishing their .\ill Stones Dressed
L.or Wated, can address the U~nlersigned at
Norrisville P. 0., Edgufield District. S. C , rad lhe
will with pleasure give themi promipt attention.
G. E. IIE NDY.
Norrisville p. O.,\May 29. 6 20
Georgia IMarble Works,
J. G. R ANKIN. W. M. HIURLOCK, G. 1. SUMMDI
SUCCEssons -rO A. krINON & Co.
7j 'is Establisnmaent has been in success
i fulo operation for a number of yeairs. The
Quarries are well opened,. and the Marble is superi.
or to any ini the Undted States.
We have so perfected our faicilities for gettintgout
and finishing work that wye can furnish
IMounuments, Tombs, Head Stones,
Andi every thing in our hine of businmess, ini better
style, and at chaaer rates than any yard in the
Whoen it is considered that we sawv our own mar
ble, pay no jobber's profit, anrd no high treizhit fromi
te North, it wiil be seen that we possess matleria
advantago over n1t competitors.
We cordially solicit ottr friends and the public to
examine our work and compare our prices with
those of other yards, before orodeting Noirthecrn
Marble. We have on hand at. our yaord ini Mari
ea, a large assortment of FINISII ED WORK
Mouments, Tablets, Tom~bs, &c.-whoere 'our aogent,
Mr. G. WV. Summers, will sell at our prices. Our
principal work is doiie at floe Mills. A ddress
J. G. R ANKIN & eO.
Marble Works P. 0., Ga.
Jan 11 ly 1
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Millenige L. Bonhlam and
Win. M. Burt, 1.Decl. in De bt.
W REREAS the Plrtintiffm did on the eilbtho day
of March, A. D., 1853, file theuir- declaration'
aginst the Defendant, who (as it is said) is abosenti
from arid without the limiits of this State, aind load
neither wife nor Attorney known within thec samie
tpon whom a copy of the said declaration nmighit be
served, It is therefore ordered, That the said Ile
fendant do appear and p~lead to solid declar-ation,
within a year arid a day from this date, otheril
final and absolute judgment idill be given rind
awardled againost him. T. G. BA CON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 3, 185-. ' yq 38
I. Found in our Store a small sum of money, wich
the owner can have by proving it to be his and
paying for this advertisement. J. D. TIBBETTS.
FELIX E. BODIE,
For Tax Collector
T11OMAS B. REESE,
A. R. AHLE,
M. It. WHITTLE,
- or Clerk.
THIOS. G. BACON.
JOHN W. SMITH,
11. T. WRIGHTr,
W. F. DURISOE.
Edgefield Collegiate Institute'
FOR YOUNG LADIES!
T H E next Session will commence on MONDAT
REV. C. A. RAYMOND, PrNcIrAL, COLLEGIATE
MuIs. S. A. RAYIOND, Masic Dr.?ARTMENT,
Miss ANNA C. GLEDI)EN, ACAnr.Mrc DairAR'NT.
3liss 1-:3.1-;N RAYIOND, PRIMARY "
Miss GLEDDEN, AssISTANT IN MUSIC
M iss G. brings with her the highest commenda
tions, from first class Seminaries in which she has
taught at the North, both as an icomplishod Teach
er in the higlier departments of the Academical
studies, and a'so as a superior Music Teacher.
CIAS. A. RAYMOND, PRINCIPAL.
Sept 14 if 35
T TIE First Session of these Institutions will close
with the pres.:nt month. The Second Sessiln
will begin the 17th . uly, at which time it is desired
a'l candidates for admis?-ion wil be present. A
11O,01T. M ERR1WETIIER,
Chair'n Buard of Trustees. I
June 26, 1S54. tf 24
Edgefield Male Academy,
Il E Exercises of this Institution were resumed
on the first of A ugutt, under the control of
Mr .I. GlREGG LEITN ER, ourlast year's Teacher.
The experience of i twelvemonth has fully matis
tied us that no more competent young gentleman
can be found in the State than the one now at the
lvad of our Academy. The best proof of this ir
the aeneral sitisfaction given by him last year,
backitd by the aditional fact that his School, at,the
termin:ation af its first week for the second year,
numb.ired 43 Pupibs.
The 'l'rnstes desire to assure the Public that
their unitel eilbrts will be given to the eause of
their School, and a continued and complete supervi
siun will be exercised by them over its progress. (
Mr. L mImFIt will in a short time procure a first
rate Assistant, and(] any number short of four score
Can thnI be well attended to.
The Buil.ding is in comfortable condition, having
three large fire-places (one in each of the larmer
rooms,) and being weli supplied with convenient a
tables anl arm-ehairs of the best finiis. S
Once more we appeal to the people of 'algefield
and the adjaining Districts. for their enoeurageienit g
of onr earnest endeavors to establish a first rate
For the Classical De'partnait, der annum,. .$36.00
"t -. li-0ber Engm"", ... 32.001
" " rdiary " " ..2b00 tj
Capitol boarding to be hiad in pleasant families.
JOHN LIPSCOMI, ,a
A R'lil IUR SIMKINS, ;;
G 1O.. A. ADIlSON,?g
LEWlIS .lONES, I
R. T. MIMS. J'
A ug 3, if 29
T THE Trustees of Uethany Academy tatke pleas
ure ini annoiuning'ii to the public, tliat their
School will lbe opened far the reception of Students1
'an the '2n-l aanday in .lanunary 1854, undler the su-J
pervisioni (f the well known and successful linstrue- f'i
Rites of' Tuition the samiie as those charged by
the former Rector. Mr. GA~rniN.
Bard'i can be obtained in the most respectable
fmnities on reasonable terms and~ conivenienat to theI
School. WIL EY IIA RR ISON,
W. T1IMMERM AN, .
J. L. TA LPERT,
D)i. S. F. STEVNENS,
G. J.SHEPPARD.- J
Dec 21 ly 49
Ridge Lands for Sale.
W. E the Un~dersignmed, will sell to the highest
V l bidder. at Edgelield C. H., on thae first
Monday in November next, the following Tracts of
'Triact No. 1, lying ott the Columbia Road, con
tainiing Five 1llundred and Eighty-faaur (584)~ acres, 'I
miore amort lss ad :ijaining Lands of Wadle 1101l
stein, N. Uur'ton, E.g. Perry and others. There
are on the prumnises a good two Story Dwelliniz
hlause, Kitchen and Negro Ilouses. Also a gaood
Gin lnouse anid Screw, Barn, Stables, and other
necessary buildings-all in good repair.
Tract No. 2, cantaining Nine hundred (900)
acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of' Elijah
Watsot, E. W. P'erry, Thiomaas Pitts and tters. ~7
On the premises are: a good D~welling I louse, Kitch- J
en, Negro I louses and other necessary buildings- a
all new. Also, a Well of excellent water on the i
Tract No. 3, containaing Four Ihundred (400) u
acres, more or less, and :iljoinaing lands of E. W.
Perry, W m. Stephens, lands beloneing to the Estate r
of Lewis Asbill, Sr., dec'd., and Tract Nao. 2. On
the premises are a good Grist Mill, a comzfortable
Dwvelling hlouse, anad a spring of line water.
The above Lands are level, well titnbered, and
the cleareal land is in a high state of' eultivttain.
Ten~is.-Thme above Lands will be soli on a credit
of aone aid two years, with interest fruomi day ofrsale.
Pitrehasers will be required to give noates with am
plc surety. G. W. ASill LL,
L. M. ASIILL,
P. Il. ASII.L,
A. B. A SBI LL.
Sept 27 6t '37
Valuable Plantation for 5ale,
iN BAKER COUNTY, GA.
T IITE well known Oak and Ilickory Cotton Plan
tationm, called Gree'nwooad, sitnated aon the Coola- j
wvahee Swamp, six tilies west of Albatny, Bakera
Counity, (now IDoutgherty.) Saiad Plantatio~n con
tains 1500J acres of the very best lanid in said county, c
miost of' whlich is cleared, with extensive imiprove- s
njts on it, in perfect order. My usual crop is
abosut :5 haltes, of 500t. poundhs each, with 27 hands.
Tetyoung Mules, about eight thaousand bush
als Corn, and the Stock of 110its uad Cattle, ,vill be
sold w ithi the place. Said Plantation ha.s proaven
very hen'thyv. I wdl reserve onie tot of' two hun
dred iad fifty acres if' the purchaser does not object.
Then fer itility and never-failing qualities of' Baker
Couty~ ads, together with the exemption, in a
great measure, from the Boll Worm and Caterpiller,
being so well kntown, renders it useless tao enunte
rate the niany advantages they possess over any
cutton lanids in this .State or elsewhere. My oily]
reason foir salling, is to concentrate~ my piaunting in- .
terests. anid to bring. miy negroes nearer to my place I]
of residence iind businiess. Terms easy to the pur- o
chaser. A pply to N. CR UGER, t
84 flay street, Savannah, Geo. L
Aug 24 4im 32 t
Land for Sale,
B E ING desirous of miovingf West, the Subscriber s
of!Ters for sale his V ALU ABL E T RAC T OFn
L AND lying ott the Martin Townt Road, nine miles p'
West of' Edgefield C. If., and within twvo mailes oafa
the upper terminuts of the Edgefielad & Checathiam p
P'land Road, and adjaininig lands of Rev. D). D. 1i
Brunsmn. Mtrs. Susan M. Birunscon atnd others.
Said Tract containis Five hmundred and -
forty'-six Acres. There are oan thme premises
a good D.welling I louse, goaod Gin Ihouse and
Screw, and all necessary out buildings.
Trmns will be made accommoidating to an ap- r
proved purchaser. BENJ. ROPER. _
Sept 7 if 34
APVPLICA TION will be made at the next Ses- d~
-L sion of the Legislature of this State, for an "
amnendnment to the Chatrter of the Town of Aiken, P~
and for other purposes. 3m3
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
T M. NEWBY & CO., under U. S. Hotel. AuI)nsta. Ga., are now receiving the LARGEST,
. BEST and MlOST FAShIlONABLE ASSORT3NENT of
SPRING AND SUMMER READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Ever offered4i the City-of Augusta. -In addition to which, we are weekly receiving FRESH
SUPPLIES from our I louse in New York. We also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Arso, a fall assortment of FUR1*HING ARTICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
Ig Country Merchants and all persons visiting Augusta will find it to their interest to
xamine our Stoek, as we are determined to offer our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable.
Augustat, April 3,1854. tf 12
New Goods! New Goods!!
F IE Subscriber would respectfully invite atten
tion to his Stock of
SPRING & SUMMR GOODS!
t is one of the LA RG EST-and BEST that lie has
ver had the pleasure of 4cring for sade. For the
.adies he has
PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILKS,
BAREGE DE LAINES,
PLAID BA REG ES,
- SILK TIsUE,
PRiNTED J A CON ETS,
MUSLINS AND LAWNS,
FINE WORKEI) COLLARS & if CKFS.
CIIEMISEETS & SLEEVES.
WHITE & BLACK LACE ?IANT[LLAS.
'ogether with'the above, he has a fine assortment o
Groceries, Crockery, Ifardware,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &.c.
til of which will be sold at moderate prices.
W A liberal discount always allowed for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
Edgefield C. 11., March 15, tf 9
Vr W SPRING GOOD4!
LIC TWISTED SILES, BAREGES AND TISSUES
ORGANDIES, ,ACONETS, BRLI A:TS,
FEENCH CALICOES, EMBROIDERIMS, &c.
ItLL.ER & WARREN, AUGU-rA, GA.
have received a large Stock of the above
,OODS, which for
Novelty, Beauty and Variety,
re believed to be unsurpassed in any Market ; and
lving been selected from the cery atest iniporta
ons, our customers wil) find them to be the new
st and choicest Goods of the Season.
A beautiful list of Goods for Misses' Wear, con
Rich J1\RF(E ROPES, (somi-1inz new:)
Neat Frenih .1USINS and ill.LIANTES:
Plain, luf', Pink, lue and Fawn col'c. French
French, English and American PRINTS.
We have also a handsome Stock (if Goods for
GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR,
Vhich we wonld be pleased to show our customers
nd the public, assuring them that OUR rIlCES WILL
E AS (n EAP As TIlE CIIEAPEsT.
M. Per.sons from the ciuntry would do well to
ive i a call befopre purchasing elwevv here.
Al I tin.-ta. .4 ril 19' tf 14
~3 EORGE 110ltlNSON & 11. B. J.\CKSON
J Iv e ss-oiated themselves toiether, for the
-:satiilg of a
General Hardware Business,
irnder the style of Itousisso & - Iaox, li:nnburg,
here w.. will aiways keep an extensive n:sortinelnt
r EV.RY TI lNG in that fine. ogether wit:,
addles, Bridles, 1larness,.Leather, Trunks, Wiips,
Ilamburg, A pril 27 ti 15
ROBINSON & JACIKSON,
HIAMBURG S. C.
I AVE nnw on hand1 a most enoin:plete Solch
of H .ardware, aiongst which ily be
200 Ton English and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nailk,
20,000 Lbs. Castiigs,
50 Doz. Collins' Axeq,
75 " Brades' Patent Hoes and others,
5 " Superior Straw Cutters,
20 4 Spadles and Shovels,
10 " R.kes,
Ti!letsuni and others make of Vices and Atvills,
Irace, H alter, Log. Fifth and other tvle of Chains,
A complete Stck of Pocket and Table Cutlery,
- ALL STrVI.Es oF
Plains, Saws, Chisels, Screws, itlinges,
Knobs, Bellows, liis. G tinls,
Pistols, Sht Bags,
Powder Flasks, Cottoia nd Wool Cards,
Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew Paws,
Frying Pans, 0 ridirous, llaimers. 1 iatelets,
acks. Wafer, and Wtile Iros, Candl!e Sticks.
Steelvatrds, Moarking Gungmes. -spirit Levte]-,
Audit ons, ShoviIels nild Tngs, Screw
Plates, Coilpases, 'Thum
-- Capis, ke.
Unmhrg, A pril 27 t f 15_
S od a Wa t er,
R. hA. G.TEAGUlE respect fully infomrrms the
Ladies and Gentlein'n olf Edgeiehld Village
id vicinity, that his Soda Water A tomatus is ini
n coln-tlifon :11and. lie is .1 !lwimlr at hmis Counlter,
e MOST DELICIOUS SODA WATE R, lle does not
-sih you to take his word fo'r #, bml comel and try it.
Ir The Ladies shall be ,vnlited on Ipr.ealnty and
eeive special attenltion whena they visit him.
Maly 1S tf 18
STATlE OF SOUTH'1 (CAROLINA,
John Briggs and others,
Jas. A. Talbert, guar. ad li/etem
SN obedience to an Order or Court in this calse,
L I will sell :at .Edgeield C. If., on the lir.,t
onday in Nov'emLer niext, the folh'.winlg Tract
A T'rnet containing one lhunrdred andl flor'y
eres. mocre or less, h$md bitnn ded by LanIds of'
ei Estate of Sa~mmnel Tomp~kinls da dl., ThouIflrs
I rramt and others, being a plarcel of I ,and con-I
eyed by John Blackwell to llenrietta Logan
TFtRalS-A credit of-twelve montll fm'tm day
f sale. Purchaser to give bond, withI glood
trety, to seen re t he purchase monei~y. A mlurt
aye of th~e prmtises will be requtired. Costs
be paid inl cash.
A. SD3IKINS, C. E. E. D.
Se pt 20 7___ 36_
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA,
Valker D. ileriweth~er and
lntilda E., hlis wife Bill for Partition.
Izel Smith, and others.J
SY order of the Court itf Equity, I will p~ro
eeed t~o sell, at Edgeli..ld C. H1., on sniledayv
Novembcr nen, the follnwingl tract or parcel
f LA ND, situate in Edgetield Distriet, tiand
ithin the incorporate limits of the town of 11am.
urg, known antd dlesignated in a cerinin plat of
t towni of f-ambutrg as seettont nttmber sevenI
eres, more or less,--to be more pa:rtienhImrly de
:ribed onl day of sale. On a credit of twelve
onths, with interest front day of sale. The
urchaser to give bond with two good sureties,
It mortgage of thle premises, to) seentre theL
rchase tmone'y; pay the costs mO enIshlnis pay
ir papers. IH. A. .JONE.i, C. E. A. D.
Comr's Offie, Sept. 25. St. 38
PPLICATION will be mlade to the Legislature
-of this State, at its next sessionl, for a R~oadI
om Graniteville to Aiken direct.
A Aug31 3m 33
LL Persons indebted to the Estate of M. E.
-llollingsworth, dee'd., up to the time oIf hlis
~ath, are requested r~o make insie',diate paIyinent,
id those having demands aigaintst said Estate will
'esent them properly attested.
D. F. IIOLLINGSWORTUI, Adm'or.
Mar,9 onf 11
New, Beautiful and Cheap !
TH9E SUBSCR SER is now receiving
a LARGE and SPLENDID STOCK of
DIE@RALIE DRY GOOD%,
Suitable for the Spring and Summer Trade. No
pains has been spared in the selection of this Stock
to) please the taste of ALL.
Thankful for -ast patronage, I assure my friends
that every enbtlrnvill be made to merit a continu
anee 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,
Coid MITSLINS, of the latest and most fash
ionable Styles, 10 ets. to $1.
BA11EG ES of every color and q uality
Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SI.K, very rieh;
Lace Striped ORGAN DIES or unequaled styles;
rich Colored SILKS, very cheap:
Figured and Plain.Sl LKS. of all qualities;
Nainsook and Mull MUSLINS;
White ig'd Carleton do a new article;
f ind Col'd do do
Striped Swiss do very pretty;
Dott'ed " do " "
GlNGIL\ MS. new Patterns,
Best Stock of PRINTS ever offered in the Market,
MOL'RNING GOODS of every description;
White anid Col'd Grenadine MANTILLAS, new
style for Summer:
.'White and Colored Glacie SILK, suitable for
Spring and Summer ;
Lace :mnd Muslin UNDERSLEEVES from 6j
ets. to SSt ;
Muslin and Lace COLLARS. latest fashions;
"4 CilEMISETTS, new style and
Larze and complete asortment of Jackonet and
Swiss Edging and Inserting:
inlen Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings t
Blond Steam Threa.1 and Lisle Laces & Edgings,
Whiti- Grass Cloth for Skirts, new article;
GLOVES and IOSIERY, great variety-suita
ble for all ages:
Ladies', Misses and Children's STOES, &c.
For ieatleuen's Wear.
He also trusts that he has not been utnindful of
the wants of the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stock
Planter's LINEN DRILLS of every quality:
Cottonadts and Yiirk Mixtures, fron 12 to 5 ets
Drap de Eltes. Cashmaretis and Merino Cassimers
Ariwnt and Grass Linens for Conts, all qualities
'tion Linens and other goods for Children's
White, Cold, plain anid huff Marsails Vestings.
Co!'d Silk Cravats, a light and beautiful article
f'or :summer :
Col'd .\1u,!in Cravats, varionu 'nlities ;
ln.c and Colored Stocks and Ties.
I verV rei:peifully invit. all those wishing DRY
G 1t.) to fiv m. a en11. heing deterinitel to be
I'.N 1I)ESULD by NU ON E in a lair and honora
M. A. PANSOM, AGENT FOR
R. M. FUI.LER.
Uamburg. April 3 tf 12
R E M7 OVA L
Bot and Shoe. Manufactory.
I.H.\VING retnoved to the Store
a-ijoining D r. A. G. TeAGUI's
.i-.Drug Store, as usual am pre
pared to make to order. Fine Dress, Double Soled
W.ater Proof and Punp
Boots and Shoes,
Of the very 13EST MATERIA LS, and an excel
lent tit always warranted.
A lso. on hand a large v:riety of ROOTS and
I101ES of my own manufiture, which will be
dispused of on reasonable terns.
Nov. 10 t - 44
" N. P -Wanted, three apprentices to learn
lie S hoe- making busi ness. Please apply soon.
SIAI'E OF SOUTi CAROLINA,
Philip Jenning<, Samipson
denigs antd others, Bill for Part'n.
Metha Jennitngs and others.
IT appearing that Archibald Jennings, Aaron
J.1entn igs midl. dosiaht Jenntimtrs, thtree of thte I e
trndants :o t his .euit, reside out of and beyond the
litttts ot' this State, Ott motion of M'~r. A naust, So
liceit'r for Comtrplaittmtis, Ordered thtat said A rcI
bald .1lennrings, Aaron .J ennitngs and .1 osiah .Jen ni ngs
dlo ) tpld, atnswer or dettutr to thte ll int thtis case
within thlree mithrls fromt this date, and, on thteir
fare to do so, that the same be takeni pro confesso
A. SIlKINS, C. E. E. D.
At uz 2. 1834. 3mt 32
talSc o t O nroOl~ C i niua,
EDGiEFIE LD) iIST1RICT1,
P Y . T.)iWRIGHTEsq., Ordinairy of Edge
Whereas, T1. 5. Martin has applied to me for
Letters of Ad minmitrationz, ott all atn'd sin
guti.tr t he goods and ebatttles, rightts atnd credits
of Mirs. Su-ant St. Johnts late of the District afore
TIhese are, therefore, to cite and ndtmonish all
anrd singurlar, the kindred attd creditors of the
stid deceased, to be antd appiear before me, at
our text Ordinary's Conrui for t he said District,
to be hliIdent at Edgefield C. HI., on the 20ith
day of Ocet.. inst. to snow cause, if arty, why
the s:tid ardtministration shottld tniot be granted.
Given tinder my -hantd and seal, thtis 5thr daty
of Oct. in the year of our Lord tote thousand
eighitthuinidred an td lift y-four, attd in the '79thI
year of Amuetran Iidepetidencte.
II. T. WRIG HT, 0. E. D.
Oct. 12. 2L-t __ 39
IS hereby civent to all personsa having claims
aigaintst te Estate of the late Col. L. Hi. Mundy,
to present tthem in due formi previous to tthe Second
Montday~ it Novemtber ntext. atnd thtose ittdebted to
thte FEstate, or to the Subscriber as A dmitnistratoir,
are regntested to make pnymtent otn or before thtat
time, as I uam determined on that day to ttuke a
fitnal settlement of.thte estate, and must have money
to dii so. Consequetttly longer inrdulgence cannot
be reasonably expected.
11. T. W RIGHT, A dm'or of
,Col. L. HI. Mundy, dec'd.
Aug 10 3mt 30
. LL Persons itnd'bted to the Estate of WV. UT
L.Moss, dle'd., are requesteid to nmake itnmedi
ate piaymentt, and those htaving detnands against
said Estate, will present thema pro'per'ly attested.
W. 1. MOSS, Adtm'or.
SAug17 tf .31
ALL, Perscons itndebted to thte Estate of W. M.
Timm rermarn, idte'd ., are requested to maike
arrangemtenits to set tle thte same without djehty, antd
thuse' harviner idemanttds atgaitnst said Estate are hereby
notilied to render thetm in,. propetrly nttested, its soon
ntS possble W M. BY RD, Ad dm'or.
Sept 14 3m - 35
aLPesn try wise itndebted to the Estate of
. lh ise, dee'd., are hereby requested to
ma~ke itttmediate settlement, and thtise havigye
tmantds artintst saiid Estate wvill le~as' '-ender i their
aciounlts forthwith, prope.rly attested, according to
law. SIDNEY WISE, xos
B. I. MILLER.' os
BROWNING & LEI AN,
French, English and -German
209 and 211 King-street, corner of Market-Street
Charleston, S. C.
C ARPETINGS.-Ingrain, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta
pestry anld Velvets,
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin and
Curtain Cambrics and Muslins, in large variety,
Embroidered Lace and 5l uslin Curtaiis.all styles,
Gilt Cornices, in all tihe new desi1ns,
Curtain Gimps, lltders, Loops, Tasels,&c.
Drapery Cords and Bell Ropes. in all varieties,
British and A merican Floor Oil Cloths,
Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings.
or all styles.
Wilton, Velvet, and Axminster Rugs, in large va
Kerseye, Caps. &c.
Red and White Flannels, Shirtings, &c.
Cotton Osuaburgs, of nl the best Southcrn manu
Engl;sh and American COTTON FLANNELS,
French, English and American Prints,
LINENS, of Riehardson's superior make, for
Sheetings. Shirtings. Pillow Cases, Table Danmasks,
)oylies. Napkins, Towellings, HIuekabr cks, Fruit
Cloths, B. E. Diapers, Grass Cloths, &e.
Cloths, Cassimetres and Vestings, of best French
Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of English
Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans and Lindseys, of all
bualities and styles. With a full assortment of
lich Dres Goods.
fn SILKS, TlSSUE, BAREGES, GRENA
DIN ES, M USLINS, &e. -
Bombazines,UAlpacas and Mourning Goods, in
Evening Dress Goods, in great variety, constantly
All the above nre of our own Direct Inn
portaitiois, and otl'red at the L U WE -
Ternas---CASlE, or City Acceptance.
CV'The ONIE PICE SYSTEM strickly ad
hered to. All Goods warraited.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, Jan 30 tf 3
GREAT SOUT H E RN RE ME DY
CH10LERA, DISENTERlY, DIAtlIlI(EA,
CHOLERA MORBUS, BILLIOUS COLIO,
ALso, A DMInADLY AnArTEID TO 3tANY DIsMASES OF
FEMALES, MOST ESPECIALLY PAINFUL MENSTU.TION.
TIfE ViiR TrES OF J.A COrTS COPD.; LI .- RE TOO
WEL L KNO 1W TO IEQUIRE 1WC5oNUXjS.
1st. It cnres Ite worst eses or Diarrhict:: 211. It enres the
wor.t forns or Dysentary ;3d. it cures California or .\e.ri
can i)irrrhr.a,; 4t1. It relieves ite sevtrt-t Cholic: .ith. It
enres Cholera 'ltorimts; lit. It eures Clioltra Infattttnt;
Tilth. It eures painfl ti Menstrunti(n: Sth. it relieves nini, inl
Eack and Liint: tlit. It onnier:.el, Nervonusness ani De
spondentcy: ]ithI. it resitres Irreiularities: 1i. It dislivs
(iloomy and Iiysterien! Feeling; U2i11. Jt's an adnilruble
A Few Short Extracts from Letters, Testimorials, &n.
' 1 have used Jae's Ctrdiial in my Ianiily, :id have
fo1unt1 it a mosat Vflicient :ai inny Jmejntlntent. n s aluable
reimerdy." iitn. Ili it\' W.iNEI.
Jutr:ie of :aprene Court, Ga.
It -ives mte pleastire in ,eiitg nble to reeourneinti Ta
cob's.- C rdnial-iny owni per..an[:1l exs-riencee anilhe III. -ilne
rience o ity eti ihrs ati friends :aron:i me. is a snitlei
ent gitarnntee t- r moe it bIelieve it to be all that it purports
to be; viz: A .9orereig/n jeno'tl."
WNi. I. IUNDEIIWOOD.
l'ornerly Ttilge or Superitor Cotrt. Cherokee Cirenit.
"'I ike greal pleusttre in recotonenilnlog ihis invn!tnile
met4icinte to all utililteel will iowte diseases. for wiliih I
telieve It to he nt sovureign retintly-dleitilv sut-rior to
tty thing cise ever tried by ite." A. A. G At'I.DL.
Dleuty G. M. a teie Grand Lodge of oa.
This eflicient rentety is I:avetiing ito ecielirity as fas
as 'litn:part e litti ' iitiin., 1;! 0 us.:, anti gaittig
comlineeiitio wiserever listd."
Geoirgin .hefierst:en, M!ty 19th.1i.
"Il have ustei Jacol's Cotdial in n ;.tnit!y.:t i. w;ith
all th:t I ietr at it as a reiely hy those w hop have tried
it. iniditees ine It lelieve t1:h it Sitatns at te in-lt f every
pri-paralin of 1Ill, kitti. :ntI I voni recmtiend its use in
te disease' for wich i it s ontpnit d."
3ILES G. .)(0I51t1B. gent itok of Gn.. Griin.
"if tere' is~m a c"trediii,iiiy in ikmumi tistiony J:ttcb's
Cortlial t tmil ptiitre-emi nent abve' itl t:her prep:.tionis
tir thie enre of' hlotrel I)Itses.. Fromt klite tas it' testinnt
nint its icur e.titn int ttrom all q:rpn:.Ituc nut. evry
f~tfr ini :tdvancet. kns a titrtive agent, of nwt's it ntot :tt tkhter
patent' ptrep:ntiiontt." A. F i.EM1.I ilG.
.igent .trine neld F-ir' In.;tr:tnit flitnk. C rinlin.
'~* F-'r s:t!e int ti illiize. iy G. . l'Fi.N N.\:r anti
W3M. WV. BLISS & 00.. l'rolaietijrs, davanunti.
any 11. 8mn __ _IT
PROSPECTUS OF THlE
New iMap of the State of
CoMPrILED FttoM S'r.t, BIt. Poun .iN ('osrT
Se'fvervs. ny G. E. W A L.KElR & J UllN JOllY
SON. (tvn. Exvsti:nts.
V j111 HIS 3A P~ whtieb is nttw presented t. ilbe pubh
.R lie hazs been ptublisht by .J. H . (o.ros, uider
the pntr'-ntge of t he Leg.isilature of' the !St:ite ofr
Southt-Catrointa, and is the onily Map oif the State,
whtich. fora accuracey of' delinteation, antd mittutiat of
detil enni cltimt to be reliabile.
It ha;s been compjiled frotm :ll the survey's made
by tor u ndler nult itity of th locta! governmett, the
survers tof the emtinentt Civil Entineier., in the ser
vice ti' the severnti rail rtt:ti cornp:nie s. atnd theie
sulis oftt e l''ited State5 coast se't vey. tlwttt hy gie
inkg, wvith greatt prciio, the pot-ititin otf potintts altonug
the ctast. VTe .tlapi. int pitk0 o Uitess, starotls
unequnaled : it exibiits thle I ties of aulI exisiiing, pit
grersi ng antd p tjeted rt ail rottds ;thei whtole sy'stm
of p)os t and disktriet rtoails anid all other itt nuth ai mn
provemtets ;te siltuationk of' cities, ton us, village s,
post ulihees. pr'ivate r'esidehcesno athkie grreat mttulti
plie:ty ofi othter obtjets u~suni'y fountd otn the beet niill
mtost elaborate ma~ps : itt pointt iof atiskie. execukiont,
it will elhallenge comtpatrisont wii th any simtilar work
wvhich has ever appeared before the 1tublic.
The large Scale (5 muiles to the inch) tdotptedl bys
the authors, and the great distitess with whih
t natural antd artificial feiaturets at e d< pieted, adapt
its pectuliarly tto thet wants ofi all inttere.,ted in cott
merce, interital tradle, antd generalI busut ss widldn
the Statte. Nit one at all itierested intk the pr ress
of the State canu well do wvithtout thtis Mlap, whtich so
faithfu'tlly delineates thke actual contditiont of thte
ITe' authors have tle hotnor of referring the
public to the gentlemtent whtose' ntames are hereunuto
attachted, as htavitnr givent mucht valuabt!e ati~sttnce'
and intfortta;tin to i hle wirk i atlsi, to tttnyu as htav
intg examinted and certified tto the atuthenticity atnd
eneral exceelee of thet samite.
SCapt. A. 11. BowMt.is, Umtted States Etngineer
Lawis R. GtDDcs, Esq., Prof. Mlathemtaties Chtar
Getn. A. II. UnitSANE.
L. iJ. Ft.EMttXo Esq.
Co1. E. hB. W m-trt, W. M[. STOCKTON. Esq., J.
Y. AlILLs Esq., G. IB. Lrrutcoo, Esqj., W. II .GtRIF
FEN, Es9. Civil lEngineers.
Gov. MAle~s. lIotn. Wa:. AtKEN, lion. J. A.
WoonwvAlaD, lion. L. I'd. EITrr-, liont. W. D. Poa
ER, Ilon,. -lAs. SIMoNS, lion. 'J. L. PEzTketa.
Albbeville Dristrict-J. F. Muarsimil, Esq.
A udcrson-Jl. P. Iteed Esq...
Barntwell-- A. P. Alhiricht, W. 0. Simnms, Esq's.,
Beaufort1-A. iAl Rutht, W. J1. Grayson, Esq.,
Charleston-Ilenry Ravenel, Jas. Fergusont, P.I
C. Gaililard. Esu's.,
Chesterfeld-W.J.Uninna, A. MleFnrlan,Fs's's.,!
Darlington-J. A. Dargant, W. 11. Wingate,
Edgejfeld-James Jones, Esq.,
Fairfield-]I enc y D~avis, .Jas. Miarltn Esq's.,
Gecorgetoen-llont. R. F. W. AllstonD L
finry-Rtobt. Miunroe, Esq.
Kershaw-A.'H. Boykini, Wnm. Young, Esq's.,
Lancaster-J. II. W itherspoont, Esq.,
Laurens-J. Wistar Simipson!, .l. Hi.lrby, Esq's.,
Lexington-A. G. Summ~ier, Esq.,
Mar'ion-W. W. [larllee, Esq.,
Mar lboroug-C. W. Dudley, Esq.,
Netoberry-ilmn. J. 11. O'Neall,
Spartanbmurgh-.J. Wi. TIucker. G. Canntitt. Esq's.,
Sumpter-F. .J. Mttses, J1. J1. Belser, Eisq'.s.,
Unio-J. L. Yotutng. Esq..
WM1. ItlCIlA RDS, A gent for
Edgefleld B~arntwell Beoaufoirt, Distriets.
Manrch 15th tf 9.
TO save Cost and to benefit htis Creditors, nn
Tearnest ttp peal is mtade to those indebted to
StxUEt. E. BowEiRs to coine forwvnrt and pay up.
lis Assigned Estate mtust be speedlily closed.
W.~ W. SALE, Assignee.
Ihamburg, Aug5. 1854. - 3n 30
Rags and Beeswax Wantedl.
WANTED Ono' hundred Thousand Pounds
of eac . L. GENTRY.
Uat..r,. Api 0, n . ,1,
PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS,; USIC, kc.
THE Subseribers would called at
E tentiu- their Splendid assortment of
Of 6, 6j, 6.1 and 7 Oetavos from the celebrated
Manufactories of 1Icox & RAvEN, IlAzELaroN
Baos: and A. I. GALE & Co., of New York.
These are made from the best and thoroughly sea
soned materia!s. with all the -latest improvements,
and are ' A R RANTED to stand the various
changes of this climate-and for equality and sweet
ness of tone cannot be surpassed.
Their BOOK and STATIONERY department
consists of a good assol tnent of
School-and Miscellaneous- Books,
And nl the Cheap literature, as soon as-pibuishiW,
as well as a large and ivell seleeted Stock of Sta
Their Stock of PRINTED MUSIC is thelargest
in the State, consisting of all the popular- Songs,
Waltzes, Marches, Varintions, &c.
97T New Music received every week.
They also keep an elegant assortment, of the fol
rowing instruments on hand viz:
Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clarl
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS
Also, an assortment of Musical Tereh'and*,
M An assortment of superior-Violin and Gitar
STINGS, always on -hand.
All the above articles %till be sold for Cash or
good paper, by' GEO. A. OATES & BROS.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. -
Nov 9, tr . 4
D R. A. G. TEAGUE respectfully informs
his frietis and citizens of Edgefield generally,
that he has just re-eived a L ARGE ADDITION
to his already extensive Stock of fresh and genuine
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Th is Drugs are carefully examined by'himae ,and
all that are found worthless, rejected; 'and those
that are approved may be relied on as efficient 'and
of unifuormn action.
ALL of his Mledicinal Compounds, Tinetures,
Pills, Ointments, &c.. &e., are put up under" his
own sup-.-rvision ansd in strict accordance wiih the
United States Disptnsatory.
Fron his long and extensive -experience in the
practiece of ledicine, he has made several Com
pounds of his own, not to be found in. the Dispensa
tory, viz:-A Preparation for the CROUP, which
he ha, used extensively for eighteen years, and re
ciomimnds with confidencee;- a VERMIFUGE, safe
and elicient: and many other Compounds which
he makes extemporaneously to fulfil the indications
in eclt particular ease for which it is used.
It would r.quire more space than could be ob
tained in it Newspaper to give aCatalogue of the
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicnls kept and sold by
hin-sulice it to say, he can furnish a Physleian's
Oflice CUM PLETE. with Physick and Furniture..
lie has added to his former Stock some of the
most reliable Vegitable extraets, viz: PODOPIUL
LIN, STI LLN GINE, LEPTANDRIN, &c.
LT Planters and families cnn be supplied with all
Iedicines necess:ry in a family-and when desired'
directions lint tip with each article.
All of the most reputable NOSTRUSIS may be
foun.d in his Establishment. Also,
Cankdies, Kisses. Sugar Plums and
ALSO, FINE WINES AND BRANDY,
for Medicinal purposes.
. Perf uinery of his own and Northern make,
hard to heat.
SOAPS.-A large and extensive variety.
CANDLES,- Wax, Sperm and Adamantine.
Paints. Oils and Dye Stufs,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &e.
BR USIIES.-arkinz, Sash, Tool. Paint, Grain,
ing, Tooth, Nail, Fledh, Crumb, Shoe, lUorse aid
P ENCiLS-Camel's and Sable Hair, large size.
A d last though not least, the finest ILA IR BR US1.1
ES ever offered in the place, of various patrons
Dresi tind oxtrai fine COMBS,
DUS T ING BR USIIE S,-A,' excellent article.
PA PER-Fools Cap and Letter Paper, common
NO TE PA PER-Various sizes and fney styles,
ENVELOPES-Comomon fluff, Plain White cud
Faney Note Envelopes,
INK, 1.'ENS, PENCILS AND CR AYONS,
Os borne's Amaerienn Water Calours.'
Gium Elastic Balls-Solid, 'Hollow and
Finie.-I'trior Halls for the Ladies, inviting them
ti exercise within doors, when the weather is
too ineleimment to be out.
Alav i8 tf 18
~1i0M tond after the 1st Many next, the Edgefield
.L& Chiemlatha lank Rund will be opened from
Mlr. .JAMs GitiFFJNs to the junction wvith the 11nm
burg & Edugi-field P'lank iload, a distance of about
five muiles, and the foluwiag (lates of Toll wvill bo
Rates of Toll.
Four, five amnd six horse Wagons, 5 ets per mile
Tre" " 4 ". "
Two' " 3 "t "i "
Two " Carriages 3 " "
One " " 2) " "i' "
I lorsebnek travc'-l'rs, . 1 " "
Vehiles on meeting.nare each entitled to half the
PL ANK TRIA CK, miiid the Drivers are required to
turn :o the " RIGH T'!".
S. F. GOODE, PRESIDENT.
A pril 23, tf - 15
A Li person. arc h:ereby forewarned against tr ad
fing foir either one of three notes give by me, en
or about the 30th Septen:ber, 1S53, to Robert C.
Fain, or bearer, of P'olk County, Georgia, as lain
resolved not to pay anv one of said notes. the con
sidration tor wvhich they were given having failed.
Ech of said notes is for the sum of twenty-five
hnida'ed diillars, and first oneis due on the 25th De
eemer, 1854-'the second on the 25th D~ecemnber,
1855, ad the third oni the 25th December, 156.
A ugust 23, 1854 3m 32
To the Stockholders of the Edgeficel Odd
Fellou-s' and Masonic Building Associa
GENTLE3!EN: You will come fot'ard and
ray to Jlas. B. Sul!livnn, Trensurer, or A. Ramsey.
A g'nt, the TIhirdl instalment of 10 per cent. on your
Stock. A nd thouse wth~o ha:ve given their Notes for
the First andi Second lustalments, are earnestly re
questedl to take theom up, as we med money to have
the wvork advanced. Please respond early.
A. G. TEAGUE, Pres't.
JTune 22 tf 22 -
Ooo00PLASTERING LATIIS, four
200 and rour and a half feet long, for
sle tow. A pply at Pliank Road Mitt, 10 miles above
unburg, or to HI. A. KENRICK.
laomburg, A pril 3 tf 12
White Lead, Linseed Oil,
LAMlP OIL, NEATS FOOT OIL and TAN
NEiS OiL, for sale next door to SuLLtvmN's.
R. T. SiIMS.
Aug 24 tf 35
TUST received a supply of CHOICE-BACON
tJ SIDES, S IIOULIDERS and JIAMS, for sale
Cheap for Cash. . G. L. PENN, AGENT.
ay 4 tf . ' . 16
S Re-opened, at the ro~ot of the hill, immediately
at the enitrance -of the Plank Road into Main
Street, and neamrly opposite Mr. Witt's residence.
Ie Slioes Uorses, makes Plows, Irons Waggons,
mends Wafie Irons, Lays Axes, and does vanenss
other things after the old style. lie, has adopted
many of the mrilerni improvements, in fact all of
ttem except that of slighting his work.
A nd he humbly asks a call.
Jan 11 if 52
A LL Persons having demands against the Estate
..of. Jesse Limobecker, dee'd.,. are notified to
render them in forthwvith, properly attested-anld all
any wise indebted to said Estate,,are hereby fore
warned to settle thme same immediately, as .longer
indulgence must not be expected.
J. S. SH ADRACK5 Ad'ors
J. S. LIMBECKER.
Aug 10 5mn 30