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W ILLIAM SHEAR has neceived hisfull
supplies of SPRtNG GOODS, comprising a
lrge assortment of new and beasitiflstyles of Fan
cy and Staple articles, suitable for the.present sea
son, among which are
Paris.Printed ORGANDIES and Jacones MUS
LINS, at very low pripes;
Plain Colored"CHALLIES and Rich Printed
- - 1Sin BAREGES and Crape MARETZ, of beau
tiful colors ;
English and French PRINTS and BRILLIAN
TES, of new and beautiful styles;
Ladies' Spring and Summer SILKS, of the latest
- lain Black SILKS, of superior quality and at
very low prices:
-Superior Blaek SILKS, without lustre, for Ladles
Mdourning Dresses; &
- Lapin's Summer Black BOMBAZINES, and
Plain Black CRAI'E MARIrZ and Ba'k BAR
- CGES, fur Ladies' Mourning Dresses;
Superior Mourning GINGHAMS, of new and
Mourning hlUS1S and -laip Black LAWNS t
Engish Blapk CftAPES, qnd Ladies' MOURNz
* NG VEILS;
Ladies' Mournigg COLLARS and UNDER.
T44jes' Embroidered Muslin BASQUESof new
ppd beautiful styles;
Ladies' Embroidered Muslin COLLARS and
Jaconet and Gwiss Muslin BANDS, INSERT
INGS and EDGINGS;
Real Thread and Valenciennes Lace EDGINGS
Ladies' Spring and Summer MANTILLAS, of
pew and beautiful styles;
Ladies' Embroidered and Scolloped Linen Cam
Ladies' Wide Hem-stitch Linen Cambric HAND
fERCIIEFS, for Mourning;
Supe'or Linen CA MBRICS and French LA WNS;
'Supe'or Plaid Nalusook and Dotted Swiss MUS
. Plain Swiss, Mull, Nainsook and Jaconet MUS
LINS, at very low prices ;
Plain Whiti Organdy and Tarlatan MUSLINS,
of extra width;
- Plain Pink and Orange Coloredrarlatan MUS
LINS for covering Chandeliers and Looking Glasses;
Superior 4-4 Irish LINENS and 12-4 Linen
Damask and Table DIA PERS, of superi:,r quality;
HUCKABACKS, and Scotch DIAPERS, fur
12-4 Allendale and Hamilton Bleached SHEET
A full'supply of Bleeched and Brown SHIRT
INGS, of the best make;
A large supply of articles suitable for Servants'
Madonna MIXTURES, Himalaya LUSTRES,
and all wool DEIBEGE, of the best style for La
dies' Traveling Dresses;
A complete assortment of Ladies, Gentlemen
Misses, Youth and Children's HOSIERY;
Ladies' White Hair Cloth SKIRTS and French
Ladies' Embroidered Marseilles and Corded
Sup'r Marseilles Lancaster and Allendale QUILTS;
Cotton OSNABURGS and GEORGIA STRIPES
at the lowest prices;
With a great variety of other articles, titible for
Family and. Plantation use, and all of which will be
sold at very low prices for cash. The public are
respectfully requested to call and examine the assort
Augusta, April 30, 1856 tf 16
Rich Spring And Summer Dry
(Second Large Supply tis Spring.)
GRAY BROTHERS (the original one
price ceep jtuah store of the city) have just
returned again from the Northern markets, with
large and splendid supplies, purchased under all
the advantages of the season., The Southern trade
having been fully supplied, the large auction sales
of imported goods having commenced, and many
other facilities unknown to early purchsers, we can
confidently -ey to the public that we can give them
prettier and better Goods, at lower prices, than any
establishment in the city, purchasing in an early
marke~t. Aniong tihe as ortmtent will be found the
the richest DreisFabries of the season, such as
~' Summer SILKS! India SILKS ;
~~lack SI LKS, all widths;
Silk:TISSUES and G RENIADINES;
Drape DePaire ROBES;
Bearege and Muslin ROBES;
Lupin's Plain BA REG ES, all colors ;
Rich figured DA REfGES anid BA LSERENES;
Rich French CH AL LY, 1-21, worth 25 etnts ;
Fr. MUSLINS and ORGA NDIES, very prtity ;
Rich fine LA WNS, good colors, 121e.;
Rih 4 " --. " e.
Beatiful Englisih PRINTS, new style;
Cheap CA LLICOES, 6* to 8, worth 126c.;
Biesached andBros-a HtO.ESPUN, exceedingly
* Blue HOME$PUNS,super. quality for servants;
10,11I and 12-4 Cott..n and Linen SiIEETINGS;
9-8'and 5-4 Cot. and Linen Pilkiw-case GOODS;
Renl Linen DAMl ASKS, very super. aud Cheap;
TOWEL LING, in great variety
Damask NAPKINS and DOYLkS:
Fine Irish LINEN, very super. and low priced;
Swiss, Jaeonet and Book M USLINS;~
Plaid, Striped and Dotted"
* Brown LINEN and Linen DRILL;
Planters' Linen and Navy DUCK ;
Fine Silk and Woo en FLANNEL ;
COATONADES and Summner CHECKS;
A complete assortment of MANTILLAS, of the
very latest style and lowest price ;
HOSIERY, in grest variety, sonme extra fine;
j HOSE, exceedingly cheap and fine -
Sewing SILK; Long and Sh~ort MIItJ.S; and a
complete assortment of all other Goods in the trade,
to which we would respectfully invite the attention
of the public. GRtAY BROTHERS.
Augusta, Ga., A pril 30. tI 15
SPR iNG AND SUMMER
Dress for Gentlemen.
W OULD invite attention to a Ciuotcs S-rocx of
Goods imported for the season-embracing
every article for Genatlemnens Wear, all of
the newest style, and to please all, even the most
TRIMMINGS FOR THE TRADE.
All the newest styles of tiimmings for the trade,
supplied on the most liberal terms.
WM. 0. PRICE & CO.
Drapers and Tailors,
258, Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
April 30,185 .2m 16
9th R sonux-r, S. C. M.
Duweronssnvzz, April 14th, 1856.
ORDER NO. --
T HE Lower Battalion of this Regiment, will
-asseeble at Red Hill, or Thursday the 15th
'of May, armed and equipped as the law direct.
The upper Battalion will assemble the day pre
vious. Lieut. Col. Lemuel Corley, and Maj. John
'W. Tompkins u-ill extend this order to their res
pective comnmands. Bly order of
B. F. STROM. Col.
G. W. BURTON, Adj't.
A pril 30,1856. 4t 16
Bacon, Flour, Lard, &c.
50,000 lbs. Tennesse BACON;
800 sacks Extra Family FLOUR ;
1000 bush. of CORN;:
3000 Tennessee LARD in cans and barrels ;
- 10 hhds. New Orleans SUGA R;
25661is. " MOLASSES;
-15 bbls Cider VINEGAR. For sale by
G. L. ANDERSON.
,Reynard Street next above Episcopal Church,
Augusta, Ga. A pril30 eit . 16.
Uacon and Lard,
[lAA LBS. Fine Tennesee Baeon and
!~~r UJ Lard in store and arriving, for sale
athe Lowest Prices.
-- * H. L. CUNNINGHAM & Co.
Hamburg, A pril 30 S3n 16
FOR ale; three'firstrate new two Horse Wag
o ns. Low 'for Cash. R. T. MIM~S.
April30. ' if ,15
. - NotieCRIG o
N rtrate second fland CRIG o
sal, b -e - * A. BUSHNELL.
Ap,.nl sa tr. --'' '-1
TIHE subscriber is now receiving his Spriag a
.1. Summer Stock of Goods at his old stand t
Brick Store, consisting of every variety qpualli kj
in a Dry Goods store, viz:
Rich colored Silks for ladies Dresses,
Silk Tissues, Challeys, Barage Delaines,
Plain and Colored Barages,
Muslin and Earlston Ginghamn.
English and American Pri,t,
Plain, Checked, Striped & Dotted S*is Mustit
Plain, Checked Jaconeta 0n4 Carbrics,
Fine worked Collars, Cheinititts and Und
Swiss and Jacoltet Muslin Edgings and Insertin
Fine Silk, Crape, Napolitan Straw and Fan
A good assortalent of Bonnet Ribbons
A good assortment of Fashionable HATS of I
kinds suitable for the season.
Umbrellars And Parasols,
Mens, Ladies. Boys, Mlsses and childrens, Buc
and Shoes of all kinds
Groceries, Iardware and Crockery.
With many other articles too tedious to inentii
all of whg will be sold on the most accommodatii
terms, aZ rare invited to call and examine for the
W A liberal discount for Cash.
B. C. BRYAN.
April 2 1836 tf 12.
New Store and New Goods<
E. PENN, Agt.,
H AS opened, in the Store formerly occupied
Williams & Christie, on Park Row an e
tire NEW and Fresh Stock of
SEASONABLE SPRING & SUMMER GOODI
to which he respectfully invites the attention of I
OLD CUSTOMERS, and the public generally.
His Stock has been selected with great care a:
embraces a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
SHOES, HATS, BONNETS,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GROCERIEJ
SADDLRY, *c., 4.c.
All of which be will sell on accommodating term
April 9,1856. tf 13
Spring and Summer Goods,
R H. SULLIV AN has just received and open
e his Spring and Summer GOODS, to whi<
be respectfally calls the atttettion of his friends a
the community generally, the Stock consist viz
French Jacenet t1USLINS 1
French Organdee Mtuslins;
French Berages and Tissues .
Prints and GINGH EMS :
Alpaeas and BOMBA'ZNEI;
Cold and BIk. SHVALLEYS
Black and Plaid SILKS-and a fine and large a
sortment of White Goods.
Drap De et and Italian CLOTH;
White and Brown Linin DRILLS;
Plain and Tuilled COTTONA DES
Bleached and'Brown SHEETING;
Bleached and Brown SiRTING;
A fine lot Irish LINENS ;
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons in any variety;
Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds;
Hats.J3oots,Shoes, Crockery and Glass Ware
Hard ware and Cutlery, Saddlery and Grocerit
Please call and examine my stock, for we will tal
great pleasure in showing it.
April 2 tf 12
IIE undersigned have associated themse.lves fI
T the purpose of conducting a
General Mercantile Business,
In the Village of Edgefield, where we are now r
ceiving and opening (in the room formerly occupio
by W. P. Butler) an entirely new, varied and e
tensive stock of Goods, enmbracing nearly evel
article usually kept for the trade, which have bei
recently selected by us, in peeson, from the late
importations of the Northern Markets.
We especially invite an inspection of our Stoe
with the assurance that we can please even t]
Desiring to confine our future operations mo
losely, to the Cash System, we shall, at all time
ofiir extra inducements to cash buyers.
W. P. BUTLER,
,T. A. BLAND.
A pril 9,1S55. . t f 19
MRU. E ATON (from Savannah) proposes to gi
a course of lessons in the above important a:
seful A rt, in this Village, to commence asoon as
lass of twenty pupils can be formed.
Twelve Lessons constitute the course, .consistir
f a variety of gradually progressive exercises, whic
ead with invariable certaInty to the acquisition of
Net and Elegant style of Writing.
Mr. Eatoen has numerous specimlens of the ii
provement of his foarmer pupils, which, compart
with their previocus illegible scrawls. show at a ghans
he wonderful change wrought in so short a time
few entertaining an'd instructive exercises.
Terms for the course................$5.4
Pens, Ink and Books furnished free of charge.
A pril 23 185 6 tf 15
T HE Subscribers would respectfully inform ti
Ipublic that they are manufacturing, and has
ow on hand, and are constantly making all kin<
f Carriages anud Buggies of the late
ntrons and mnost fashionabbe. styles and are also ri
eiving from thce No.rth, fronm the best Factories
inds of CA RRIAGES and BUGGIES, aell whxe
hey will sell on as favesrnble tel ms for Cash or ai
roved Paper as any similar .establishment in ti
South. LEIGH & TUJCKER.
N. B.-Rtepairing done as usual on reasonab
erms, at short notice. . L. & S.
The Subscriber returnts his sincere thanks to tl
Citisens of the district for their patronage for ti
last three years and solicits a continuance for ti
New firm. JOHN LEIGHI.
A pril 23 1856. tf 15
Woods Hair Restorative.
T ljERE are plenty of young Gentlemen, a
w elI as plenty of old ones, whose beards;
turning gray, which giv.e the former a good de
f uneasiness, and exposes the age of the latte
To avoid these little per-plexities, we advise such
onr read ers to use Prof. WOOD'S H AIR R E
TORA TIVE, which will, in the course of a fe
weeks. change the white hair to its natural cole
t does not dye the hair, like the most of the Hi
Restoratives, but produces a gradual change of coli
from the roots of the hair to the fnal end~and give
it a fine dnd glossy appenrance. We have se'
many persons who have used it successfully, sr
pronounced it the only invention which has come:
to their idea of a " cure for gray heads." Ti
commenced using ' about two months since, and
we are any judge 5Tage and beauty, it fins mac
us at least ten years younger--in facet, we are begi1
ning to look quite young, and feel very much lii
getting a young wife. The change is miraculot1
and it would be as difficult to find a gray hair no
as it would he to find an idea in the head of tl
Duke of Buckingham. We know several o
maids and some young widow., whose locks a
just beginning to assume a silvery hue, and wl
have been talking seriously about resorting to tl
remedy ; and we advise them not to delay any loi
ge, It never fails.-BL. Iouis Herald.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
WM. HAlNES, Druggist.
A ugusta, Ga. A pril 23 St 15
Sam's in Town once More,
DlO not pass him by. The ports are 4lear of
.Land goods are reaching their destination.
I am now receiving daily mny Spring stock
goods, consisting in part oif
Bouche, do. qta. and pta ;
Mum. do. do. ..
Netar Whiskey and all other briandsuthat are
be had in this market or Augusta.
Smoked Beef, Pickles, Preserves, Raisins. Fig
Smked Tongues, Ketehup, Almonds, and all oth<
kinds of Nuts, Crushed Sugar, Ground, Loaf, &
Rio Coffee, Laguira, Java, Rice, Floqr, superi<
quality-, Mackerel, whole, half quarter and kiti
Maaroni, Adamantine and Sperm Candles, and
variety of other articles too numerous to mention.
S. E. BOWERS, Agt.
Hamburg, April 16. tf 14
Y ou are hereby notified to attend at your para
groyn at Curryton, on Friday 2nd of Ma
next, armed and equipped as the law directs.
pursuance of an order from Col. Talbert. there will
on the same day an election for second Lieutenan
All previous orders are hereby countermanded.
By order of
J. B. GRIFFIN. Capt.
W. B. A DnaoN, clerk.
Aprl 4,: t -. 13
Cieap IWy Giods for Spring,
he BROOM & NORREL L.
pt238 Brod Street.-AugAsta Ga.
AVE just opened their Spring Stock of Staple
and Fhey Dry Goods, and would respectful
ly call the attontion of the citizens of Edgefield and
adjoiniug Districts to the assortment, which com
phses almost everything in the Dry Goods lIe,
htting been bougha by an experienced buyer, they
ls, at'e prepared to offer Goods at such prices as the'y
M guarantee to be as CHEAP AS THE CREAPEST.
er Nbeling assured that a careful examination of our
Stmik will induce a liberal, share of Patronage. they
gs solielt the favor of an early call. Among our Goods
cy *e invite particular attention to the following, viz:
Plaid Blk. and Faney Dress SILKS
" Satin Striped and Fr. Printed BEREGES
R ch SILK GRENADINES and Satin Plaid
Fr. Printed CHALLIES and BEREGA DE
is Rich Grenadine, Merege and Jaconet FLOUN
Rich irr Plinted ORGANDIES, MUSLINS and
)t LAWNS 0
Bik C11 ALLIES,TAMATANS.BOMBAZINES
n I and ALPACAS
Plain &chkd Jaconet, Cambricks, NANSOOKS
and SWISS MUSLINS
BRILLIANTS, CALICOES, GINGHAMS,
TARL'IONS &o. &c. &c.
Large assortment Worked Edgings and Inser
Embroidered COLLARS, SLEEVES, C3iEMI
ZETTES, BANDS, and FLONNEINGS.
Rich Embd BASQUES, Lace Stid Silk MAN
Lace and Crape SHAWLS-Blk. Silk LACES.
Superior Assortment of Goods for GENTS and
li' LINENS-TABLE DAMASKS, DIAPEAtS,
TOWELLINGS &j. &a.
d 10-4 and 12-4 LIN SN SHEETINGS and super
PILLOW CASE LIN ENS
9 Superior assortment Bik and Bra DOMESTICS,
SHEETINGS, LONG CLOTHS,
STRIPES, TICKINGS and Serthnts Goods
HOSIERY for Gents, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
chlidren all kitids abd pries. 4
a. Together with maby other goods not named, all
which will be offered at prices that cannot be un
- dersold in the way of fair and upright dealing by
any House in the State.
BROOM & NORRELLn
238 Broad Street A tgusta da.
Nearly opposite Augusta Bafik.
d April 2 tf 12..
J. F. BURCHARD & CO., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Broad St., Opposite Masonic Hall.
A RE now receiving an unusually choice variety
- .of Spring Dress Fabrics, which
they are selling at the very lowest pt'ices possible,
and to which the attention of purchasers is very
cordially and respectfully invited. Their stock em
braces the following, amona others, of French Eng
lish and American productions. Particular atten
tion is asked to Patusli, Lupin, Seydotix, Lieber &
Co's. manufacture of Bombazines. challies, delaines,
bareges. grenadines, &c. Thirrion & Milliard's
black and collored challies, margnise, veil berage
8. Printed Goods.--Stelfibah, Rocablinks,
:e Percals, brittiantes, cambrics, jaconets, lawns, ors
gandies and beragea
A T mO.
- Paris black silks, superiur qualities;
'Paris rich fancy silks ;
" Fourlands, very handsome;
r French and English Calicoes of Steinbnch's
Hogle's Montaiths & Norton's;
Cases of Ginghams, black and fancy, all prices;
L Printed challies and berage delaines, from low priced
to very rich;
r American lawns and muslins
y " Calicoes, luw price a fast colors ;
nHousekeeping Goods. -
t Richardson's Linens, and other makers. a very
full assortment in all varieties, for shirting, sheeting,
, pillow casing, &c., &e. ; birds-eye diapers, Scotch
e ditto. towelling and towells, Turkish Bath, &c.;
window drapery, lace and muslin, &c., &c.
e Summer Goods for Gentlemen andBoys, in Lin
, en drillings, &c., cottonades of all sorts, vestings,
spring eassimeres, eashmerett, drab e'ti, &c.
An unrivalled assortmlec t of sheetings and shirt
-.nlgs, brown and bleached, from 8-4 to 12-4 width
and from the lowest pa iced to the finest English and
e Plantation Good.
d Of every sort and kind, considered desirable to
a have, by the piece or bale. In addition to the
above, we have the very finest assortment or collars,
g Laces and Embroideries in general, to be found
bh probably in the Stata.
a J. F. BURCHARD & CO.
A pril 9, 1856. tf 13
ASPRING IMiPORTATIONS, 1856.
MliILLER &gW ARR EN, Opposite Globe Hotel,
0 ...LAugusta, Ga.,,are receiving their usual choice
variety of SPRING D)RESS F A 3R ICS, embracing
the best makers of Frepehb and English productions,
- amnong which are
Rich PaInted Vrench JACONETS and ORGAN
e Rich P'riruted Floneed BAREGES and ORGAN
Ba Rich Printed Asnerican and English L AWNS ;
~.Rich a" Frcnch BRIL LIANTS and CANMBRICS;
IBuff, Blue and Pink, BRlL[LIANTS, new article.
SAssorted Colors Flounced Silk DRESSts ;
-e Rich Plaid and Striped Taffeta SILKS;i
ichb Moire Antique, Troulard and China SI LKS;i
le Black Taffeta and Gro dc Rhine Do'.
e Plain and Strip'd GRENA DINES an~d B AREGES;
e BI'k Flonced'Grenadine and Barege DRESSES ;
e Superior Summer HOMBAZINES and CH-AL
LIES; Bl'k JACONETS, ORGANDIES and
- BI'k. Eng. CR APES, Love VEILS and H AND
KE RCH IEFS.
in addition to this long line of Dress Goods, we
* have a complete stock of CA LICOES, GING
i HAMS, LINEN GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
l -FURNITURE PRINTS and LACES, HOSIERY
r. and GLOVES, Plain and Embroidered Crepe
A large lot of MANTILLAS,in great variety of
!PA NTALOON STUFFS, Blenched and Brown
r White and Striped OSNABURGS, of various
n Our feiends and customers are respectfully invited
ad to esamine the largest stock of Spring and Summer
P GOODS that we have ever had.
Pi ulr attention paid to filling orders.
e ~ Augusta, April 23 3m 15
EJAMN& $OODRICH, Broad street, op
e positeLamback & Cooper's. respectful an
Id nounce to their friends and the public, that they are
re now rece-iving daily a choice and well selected
o assortment of all kinds of FUTRNITUR E, such as
i, BUREAUS. HOOK-CASES SOFAS, CH AIRS,
. TTE-A-TETES, CENTRE TABLES, BED
STEA DS, WINDOW SHADES, &c., of the la
test and most fashionable designs, whtich they attaran
tee to sell as low as can be bought In this city, and
invite all who wish to purchase, to call and examine
ALL WORK WARR ANTED.
Mattresses and all kinds of Furniture, mnuufac
Stured and repaired to order, wIth neatness and din
fpatch. BENJA MIN & GOODRICH.
Augusta, April 23, if 15
Imported Garden Seed,
A full and fresh supply of all the leading varle
o ties of Fresh Imported Gardeun Seeds, (received
per late Steamer) viz. L ATE CA BBA GES. PE AS,
BEANS, (both Dunch and Pole) including the
sr Lazy House Wife & Welsh BEANS; also Early
. Varieties of CORN, DUTTON, WIHITE FLINT,
r CANADA, SUGA R &c., for sale low.$or Cash by,
, WM. H AINES.
a Augusta, Ga., A pril 23. 3t 15
SA RR T & DA T TZEY,
T 1-succazssoa~s TO
-pwNTIGNAC & BARRY,
Whlesale Druggists and Ohemists,
le BRO AD STR E ET, AUGUST A, GA.,
y AIdr, noprepared to sell MEDICINES of the
a p3 urest quality, Perfumery, Glass, Paints. Oils,
e Chemi'als, Brushes, Surgical and Dental Instro
. ments, ahd eve'ry article usually kept, lay Druga~ists,
at the lo'aest market prices, and the plo acommo
gg Pl'esse call and see us befre purg~sinig
Aug.s....'s. 18. . n - 1y2
T HE Exercises ofsthese Institutions will be re
sumed on the tliid Monday in January next.
As heretofor'e,-Mr. JAMES L. LESLEY will
act as Principal of the Male Department.
The Female School, with the Primary Depart
ment of the Male Academy, will be conducted by
Mr. A. P. BUTLER, assisted by the learned and
highly accomplished Miss A. E. ARTHUR, and
other competent Teachers. I
Rates of .Tition per ession.
First Class, Primary Department,..........$9 00
Second" Ordinary English Branches,....12 00
Third " Higher . " . " ....15 00
Fourth " Greekand Roman Literature
with higher Mathematics,.......... 20 00
French, Embroidery, Needle work, &e., usual
TheScholastie year wl"be dltided into two Ses
sions of five months each.- Ptlpils will be charged
from the time of entering to the end of the Session.
Tuition in advance.
Guood Board can be had-in the Village at from
$8 to $10 per month MERRJWEtM1l
-S. P. GETZEN 1
A. J. HAMMONID,
- .C PORTER,
H. A. SHAW.
Dec5 if 47
. Y virte of stndfy writs of Fi. Pa. to me directed
1 will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House,
on the frst Monday in May next, the following pro
perty, In the following cases, viz:
Marshall Frazier vs. Stanmore B. Griffin; W. W.
Sale Assignee vs. the same, and other Plaintiffs sev
erally 0s. the same, one negro girl slave, by the
name of Ellen.
JAMES EIDSON, a. .
April 19, 1856. - -
Sieri Ws Sale.
B vititue of sundry writs of Fi. Fa. to mel
B tieeted,I will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the first Monday in May next, the follow
ing property, In the following case, viz:
S.C. Strom admr's vs Wiljiam Strom San; Samuel
Williams, and others vs the same, a tract -6f land
Containing five Hundred acres, more or less, ad
joining lands of Lee Holsten, and others.
Meeker, Herbert, &c., and others is J. M. C.
Freeland, a tract of land Containing one Hundred
and thirty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
James Blackwell, Dr. Joseph W. Jennings, and
Terafs of sale cash.
JAMES EIDSON, s. t. b.
April 16 3t 14.
Rouse and Lot for Sale.
T HE Subscriber wishing to leave for parts as yet
unknown, offers for sale his Cottage Residence
in the woods three miles North of Liberty Hill. It
is suited to a Preacher, Teacher or Physician or any
person wishing a healthy residence.
TERas. Low price and long erodit. For partic
ulars inquire of GEORGE GALPHIN.
Longmires, P. O., S. C.
April 2 1850, tf 12
A FIRST RATE Tanner and Currier.
Also, d good Blacksmith for sale jgp ire.
Enquire of F. O'COTNOR.
Mt. Vintage, P1gefield District, Jan 7 tf 52
Window Shades, Papering, &c
OW opening a beautiful assortment of Oil'and.
LTransparent WINDOW SHADES, ot hand
some, new designs, such as Landscapes, Figures
and Bouquet Patterns, from $1.50 to $10 a pair,
with the fixtures included.
A sry large and extensive assortment of
-From 9 to 50 cente per piece, together with
Window Curtaim Papers, Side-lightPaper, and Fire
Screens in greet abundance, all of which will be
sold without reserve to persons needing such goods.
For sale in Augusta, Ga., by BEKY
Mar 10, 2m 9
-17. S. LAWTON & CO-,
Forwarding aftd General -Commission
No.1I Exchange St. and South Atlantic Wharf,
CH AISLESTON, S. C.,
A RE constantly receiving for sale, Consignments
Aof Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Rice, Flour, and
Produce generally, Naval Stores, Tobacco, Paper,
ID7 Drafts collected at moderate rates.
Our senior partner having been in the General
Commission Rusiness upwards of twenty years, we
hope by experience and attention to merit the ap
probation of our friends and patrons.
Charleston, Mar 1856. y
C ARO0L IN A HO T EL,
* IIAMIBURG, S. C.
JOHN A. MAYS, PROPRIETOia.
T H Ei Public are respectfully in
- formed that this Hotel has under- **
gone a thorough repair, and has been lil
refitted in the BEST STYLE, regard
les's of expense, and was opened on the First of Octo
ber, for the reception of Boarders and accomodation
of Transient customers.
The best accommodation is guarantied to those
who will favor the Proprietor with their patronage,
and the Management will be such as to command
for the House, the reputation it has always main
tained, as the Best Hotel in Hamnburg.
The Proprietor assures the public that no pains
shall be spared on the part of the Mangement to
furnish the Table with the best viands the Markets of
Augusta and Hamburg afford.
Famiies visiting our Town are solicited to give us
a call, as our best exertions shall be devoted to ad
minister to their entire comfort.
A ttached to the Hotel, is a fine LIVERY and
SA LE STABLE, kept by C. DAtnE~a & J. B.
CarICO, which is well fitted up and has all hinds of
Prvender that this Market cnn possibly afford, and
they pledge themselves to take as good care of Stock
as ny oilier :stable, or nto pay.
They arc prepared to accommodate Drovers Stock,
and Transient Horses at all times, and have Horse.
and Buggles to hire, and will run one or more Hacks,
whenever called for on reasonable terms.
N. 1.-They have an eminent Horse Farrier
who proposes to enre all curable diseases of the
lorse, (contagious diseases excepted.) or no pay,
and will be responsible that horses under his treat
ment shall be well cared for and treated according
Hamburg, A pril23 1858. 6m 15
Important to Planters..
THOSE wishing to obtain the best plow for "all
woork" arc invited to examine Warliek's Im
proved Plow. A rspeceimen may be seen at the Post
Ofice in Edgefield. Persons interested, are re
quested to call and judge for themselves.
Edgefeld, A pril 8, 1856.
The following certificates speak for themselves.
LA vrr, Ala. Oct. 8, 1855.-We the under
signed having used Noah Warlick's Patent Plow,
during the last season, state. for the benefit of those
who have not used it, that we believe it to be superior
to any plow we ever saw or used, and for durability
and cheapness it cannot be surpassed.
Moas G.- TowLEs A. G. McCarers,
BRxror' STAMPs, T. SHANNoN,
LEwis StiU~ssL.Ei, Tuos. J. WiNSToN,
Wat. L. CAYrrON, JonN R. AI.boaD~,
Aasehr Futr~av, IslAAC B~tNs
IUtnrva5, August 30, 1855.-We thle sindets
signed have seen Nioah Wsarlick's Patend mprpved
Plow at wvork this day, and we feel no hesitaney irl
pronouncing it to be superior to any plow .that we
have ever seen, fotr eficeiency in turpin~g sod1 deptli
of et, and rase-of draft, and thtat, we admire ibs
manner of attaching the subsoil, bpil tongue, iurn
ing points, and scraper to the same stock, and cheer
fully recommend it to the farmiing interests of our~
ST Er'HEN S. EWINd G. W. LauGHJIGHILig1
ReaTa- H A'qoK, Da. F. JORDAN,
J. B. BaA DFoaD, RossaT FaEEMA,
Tnos. W. Witrra, R. G. Soorr,
JonN ~I F Hzwa.r'r, C. W. VtNCuwT.
WX. C. VNCENT,
TVJ.DEGA, Dee. 6,185.--i hereby certify that
I have purchased and used Warliok's Patent Plow
in sowing wheat this fall in grassy lands, and am
highly pleased with it. It has an advantage over
any plow with which I am acquainted in plowing
deeply and clogging less in turf-land. Several of my
neighbors have used it, and are all well satisfied,
and seem to -consider it as having advantages over
any plow in use, in grassy band, for durability and
good work. - - JOEL W. WATKINS.
. -ri1 tf . 14
7 TuE Friends of DR. G. M.-YARBROUGH
Apectfully announce-him as a Candidati for a seat
in the House of Representatives at the ensuing
07 Tan Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for a Seat -
in the next Legislature. .
The friends ot-Mr. GREGG; respectfply an
nodnee him as a candidate fat a seat in the next, a
Ur Tum Friends of Mt. WADE NOLSTEIN
nominate him as a Candidate for re-election to a B
Seat in the Htouse of Representatiles at the next 8
Thle friends of MAJ. JAMiES t ACItWELt M
respectfully announce him as a Canit e (or a seat b
in the ne1t Legislatqre,
TTus Friends of Col. J61IN qAftLE- g'
BUM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for G
a Seat in the House of Representatives at the en- "
1.Tu Friends of Capt. ROBERT MERI-.
WETHER respectfully nominate him as a CpdI
date for a Seat in the House of Representatives at
its next Session.
97 Tan Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
respectfully announce him as a Candidate fdr She~lf
of Edgefield District at the next election.
U? We are authorized to announce fEWIS r
JONES, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for
Sheriff cf Edgefield District. J
U? TaH Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN fb
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk v
or Edgefield District at the next election.
for Wtax didlleeter .I
ThOMAS 9. At-s1,
D tICK HOLSONBAlIE, s
- THtOPHILUS DEAN,
WESLEY WERTZ. '
M. B. WHITTLE, r
AMERICAN HOTEL, b
0EWTRE STREET, HAMBUZRG, S. 0.
0. P. H. SCOTTA CO. Proprietor's.
March 12, 1856. ly 9
. A Card,
RS. G. M. YARBROUGH & J. P. ABNEY, a
D have this day formed,. Partnership, for the a
practice of MEDICINE and SURGERY. No additional 1
charge for one consultation visit. Office at Dr. 0
April 9, 1856. If , 13 a
TO THE AFFLICTED,
DR. THAYER, Homeopathic Physician, SBf
Lgeon, and Accoucheur, late of Philadelphia,
now located No 217, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
PatIttlar attention paid to the treatment of
Chronic diseases. Visits aade at a distance on the
most seasonable terms Please address,
H. R. THAYER, M. D. I
- 'Augusta Ga.
April2 If 12. V
THE Subscribers have formed a Partnershi for
Lthe Practice of LAW AND EQUITY in
Edgeetld and the adjoining Districts. One or bbtli
of them can at all times be found in their Office. r
G. D. TILLMAN,
S. W. MABRY- a
Edgefield C. H., Feb 8. 1850. 3m 5
1jYOFFICE is now itt this Village, next door I
IV.to W. W. A dams, ihere I can be fou.id at a
all times. C. W. STYLES. - a
Edgefield C. H., Jan 15, 1850. If 1 .1
Medical Card! -
1)aI. U. W. ABINEY now. occupies as an
LIOffice the building immediately below the
Court House and opposite Col. Carroll's Office. He
will at all times be. found either at his Officee or at
his dwelling adjoining the Male Academy. He
will attend strictly to al calls upon him. J
Jan23 tr 2
Medical Notice, b
DRES. READY & KENNERLY will practice I
.IIMedicine together on the Ridge and neigh
boring vicinity. Office at Dr. Ready's.
Oet 17 6m 40
Dr. Jas, M Dlay, Dentist. ]
HTAV[NG permanently located in Augusta, re- i
.Lspectfully offers his professional services to h~
the citizens of Augustaad vicinity. Office No. 210 e
Broad-street, neal-y opposite the Aggqsta litel. a1
Having been engaged in the practice of his profes- 1*
sin for many years, he feels confident that he will
be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may C
favor him with a call. 2
Au~usta, March 19, 1855. tf 10 'a
Physicians' Buggy Trunks and Pooket -
M EDICINE CASES-for sale by
A. G. & T. J. TE AGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf I .
Gum Elastic Hot Water Bags and #
HJ OSPITA L CUSHIONS-for sale by'
L. A. G. & T. J. TECAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf
STR AYED from my place on the Upper 3 1Runs j
.Barn, eil District, a small Sorrell Horse, five
years old this Spring, wvell formned, nad all four feet
white, and a Star in the face. No bther partiedlar
marks known; ho wab in good order dpa may' have i
been taken off bsome person.-I will give teni dol
lars to any person that ileliver him to ; me any 6
information concernilbg him will be thankfully Re
eeived.-Address Silvertoni, Barnwell District S. C.
WILLIAM F. GREEN.
April 23 *4t 15
r HE creditors of the estate of.Jonathan Ti.llman ri
.are hereby notified that I am ready to pay their
demands against said estate as far as authorized by
the Court. A. SIMINS C.E.E.D. 0
A pril 231856 tf 15 vi
ALL Persons having dymsnds aguinstthe Estate .
Aof B. R. Addise ,'eed., are regnested to
present thenm properly .tested to the .undersigned,
to whom also those indebted to the Estate qre re- r
quired to make prompt payment.
G. L. IHENN,
Adm'or with the Will a~ucted.
MayO 9If "",' 17
T IE N o tioe , of M . J
HEundefsigned having 'purchaseofM.J
K I. HOR A ie inters ib the firm of J. M.
NEWBY & CO., will caritiime the Clothing busi
ness, at their nild stand,' under the United States
Hotel, in the same. gameo as heretofore.
''J. M. NE WBY,
C. B. D AY.
WM. S. WISE.
.4jista, March 19, 1856. If 10 *
Abt Persons indebted to the Estate of Col. R.
B. Bouknight, dee'd., are earnestly requested
to make immediate payment. All persons having V
demnds against the estate, will present them pro
'. JOHN HIUJET, Ad'or
MARY BSOUKNIGHT. re
Dec 19 ly 49 s
A jL Persons concerned will take notice that I
have appointed Dr. James A. D)evore and
lobert Atkins my Agents and A ttorneys to repre.
ent me in the collection of the debts due to the
Estate of John Doby, dec'd., and in all other duties
devolving gpon me as administrator of said deceased.
MATILDA DOB3Y, Adm'or.
Feb 11 tf ' 6
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Mary P. j
Tutt, deceased, are requested to miake py!ent,
and those having denmands against the caid tto, g,
lil present them projflry attested to.
*~1 E. J. MIMS, Ez'er.
Ja 16If .
BE ELERATED STAIJt
ILL stand the ensurn Sfipr'~ Season at
Dalmon Gallman's, an at. eld Court
ouse, at fifteen dpllars the Ae and twenty-6 e
>lars insurance. HENRX is c hesaut sanrrell
,otfiften hands one in lig ,and most powerful
fulmed bothfor strength and speed. He will be
e'years old ilexi Ma'y. I!.'ran more race. in his
ree years old form thin any horse ever ran before,
no6g the nurniler were two four miles races in
,th of which he lost. the second beat in good time
m. 45 sec.'and 7:-44 by half a neck only. In the
-st hi was'bdaien' by the renowned Griff Edmond
6i, iin the sedond by Mary Tayler of iqual renown.
e wori several races at two and three miles.
H ENRY was by Imported Glenco, his dam by
edoc, G. Dam by Cosiosco, G. G. Dafn bj'Mlel
ir, G. G. G. Dam by Mledley, G. G. CF. G. Dam
I Imported Diomed &o. His pedigree cannot be
weelled by any horse in the world. 11e will be at
dgdlenld Cburt House on Monda ys, Tuesfays and
fedaesdays, the remander o' hiftime'ht Irifnon
allman's, all persons seiin mares to HENRY
ust say at the time how they are to be served,
hef*ise they *11 be eiarged as by the season.
. .. tOIAS G.!BACON.
Mardli 20 t 1
atent Metalic Burial Cases!
r HE Subscriber has always on hand, at his Fit.
niture Establishment, a large assortment df,
ese valuable air-tight and indestruetalle C'ases,
r preserving the Dead fdr otdlhery interment, for
a3l:, ibr transpottatioh, bF for any other desirable
I have also on hand, an article of a different form
ad finish from those heretofore furnished, for the
urpose of meeting more fully the taste and desire
r those who are not altogether pleased with the
ape and appearance of the former style. They
re composed of the same IMPERISHABLE MA
'ERI A LS, while the exterior shape and finish is in
eemblance of the most beautiful and highly POL:
The assortment comprising ALL SIZES, from an
afant up to the llfgest sie person, all of which will
e sold ofl feasonable terms. J. M. WITT.
Sept26 tf . 37
OLLE), before me, as an estray, by Thomas
Randall one ehesnut-oorrel Horse, appraised
seventy dollars by Leonard Suber, D. L. Ashley
ad A. J. Pelltier, Esqrs. Snid Horse is of small
ze, bordering on the poney, well made and iq good
rder, has a white spot in the forehead, some white
r grayish spots on the back, fogr white feet, two
ood eyes, and supposed tb'be Ire or six years old,
ad is left in popsdsion of Thomas Randall at the
sidence. of John Rzttdhll, Esq., on the Granite
ille roadi three miles from Hamburg.
BENJAMIN BAIRD, Mag't.
Ifamburg, April 9,1856. 4t mo. ' 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
r. Flousney Carter, )
us. -Foreign Attachment.
Vm. TI. Hlovey.
VS. Poteign Attacment.
Banik of Ilifurg,
1i6. Porlign Attachment.
The Same. I
r HE Plaintifr in the above stated eases having
this day filed their Declaratione iu my Office,
ad the Defendant having neither wife nor Attor
ey known to reside wihin the limits of this State,
nwhom copies of said Declarations with rules to
lead cnn be served, On motion -of Mfr. S-I'mas,
'lintiffs' Attornpy, Ordered, that said D~efeadant
ppear and plead to said Declarations within a year
nd day from the date hereof, oiinal afd abrofike
adgment will be given against hirm.
THOS G. BACON, 0. ti. I.e.
Clerk's Office, Sept 3, 1855 jyq 95
State 6f South Caroling.
Chas. Wise and othera Bill for
oh Wise Carter and others. )and Settliment.
Y virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery
to me directed : It is ordered that a reference
Sheld in the above Stated ease at my office at
dgefildC. H. on the first day of May.
A.lSIMKI.NS,<c.E a D.
A pril 23 2t -'
Y an order from W1. F. Durisoe, Esq., 9ipa
ryof Edge6ipid District, I will proceed t s il
ithe towp of Iiambtigg, dup Satrda'tlid' 10tho:
ay next thle persoqal Estate of Mrs. Matley Bateman
msistIng in part of one Negro woman and Son
>out eighit years of age. Household and Kitchen
Teus-For nll sums of and under Five Dollars
asl; rur all over that amount oa a credit until the
t December next. Pur chasers to give two good'
tprovcd sureties. W M. MIL LER, Admn'tur.
April 23 1856 3t 15
Ad iitao' Notice.
LL Persons having demands against the Estate
of Wmn. IH. Adams, dec'd., are hereby notified
present the same, properly attested, for payfinent,
id those who are inde'ated to the Estate4' are re
etd to make payment to
E. PENN, Adm'or.
n 24 ff ' 2
LL those indebted to M. A. Ranson, Agent,
.will in4 the Books and Accounts with B. H.
pvr4 o~ W. Y. Quarkes, at the Store or Harvely
ays, Hamburg. All Notes and Accounts re
aning unpaid after the first June, will be placed
the hands of an A ttorney for collection.
Also, those indebted to me individually are noti
d to make early payment. ~M ULR
Mar5 tf 8
AVING removed to the store formerly ocog-.
1pied ,by.Dr. J. W. Stokes, and having juist
ceived a large and wvell selected'
Stock of Grogee,
every description I azm pgepared to accommodate
y ustomers and friends wath every article usually
pt in such establishmeuits', and atte'lowest mar
et pt-ies, a -~s-W. C. BEWLEY.'
Hambprg, A pril 9 tf" I- -
-Land Warrants Wanted,
~If higheut snai-ket price given for Bounty Laud
JiCIKSON, MILLER & VERDERY.
ap2-e Msnio Hall Building, Augusta.
Vagons and Iron Plow Stocks.
-H AVE secured the services of a FIRST RATE
.WEELW RIGHT, and propose to build
Large and Smnair Wagons
order, and to do all kinds of R EPA IRING in the
agon Business at the shortest notice.
am still manufn:etoting ozt of the beat material,
T HE IRON PLOW riTOCK,
'orema's Patemti) al otfer them to'the Planters
'Edila District at $g,5(l per Stc.
All orders for Plows Will be promptl attended
S. F. GOOEE.
Egefield C.H, Feb27 t! 7
HE Farmers of Edgefield who riay Hi in
want of very sapperior~ nlachine'may' new lie
rpplied without going N~rth, ot'-any where else
siide of their own Dittiet htcan get as good as
e best by applying to ile sgbgetber. at his work
top at Mlont Enon.
One of these Thrashers is peg~ on exhibitiofi at
e Edgefield Adzvertieer Printlnk Offiee. 'Addres
THOMAS Ii. CHJAP.MAN,
Coleman's X Roads Edgefiel4 P.'g. S. QI.
March, 19 11 ' '1,0,
Edgefield Flying Art~tIry,
~)YOU are hereby sumuloned to
be and appear at your jparade
ground (Edgefield C. H.,) for
till gnd Instruction, on Saturday 3rd of May.
Arrelction will on thatday beheld, for first and
y oi'et-of" '' W. C. MOR AGNE, Capt.
E'. ale 0.8.
AIrilO 9 4t -.13
of pine land. - - -
lat. The GOOD SPRING tract containingabou '
THREE HUNDRED acres, inelbding the Goo& ., .
Spring. This tract lies well, a fine buildinga'itd
near the Spring, good provisions and Orchard land
clay foundation, none cleared and heavily timbered.
2nd. The BARTLETT tract on both sides'of the
Plank Road, thirteen mik-s from lamborg, and ex'.
t -nds across Little Horae greek, containing abdt
EIGHT RUNIYRED acres. On thilstractiss'sett
tlement'witti Eighty or One H abiredaci* 4esred,'
a fine Mill'Seat 4' tittle 'Ilor"Creek. - The'un
cleaVed portidifes tlhlely covered with heavy pine
'Mr.'William S. Howard will show the. lines of
either tract. 'The PInt. uay e sen upon applies
tion tp Lewis Jones,Eqaj.,at 'dgefiel Court House
who is authorized to treat tor -the hime at private
TaRE.-A credit until the first.of. JanuaY
for the first traci; and one and two year.3r In*.
second, interest from day of sale, with-the'usual *0
curities. JOHN 13K't1SKETT.
April 23. .:5,
Ijarn& f9r S
T HE Subseriver wishing to ehio eS
ofers 'for sale his VALUABLM PEA
Three Hundred k Seventy-seynAcres 4
Ly14 "on a River n adjioning isdl. ioWas.
A 'troter A. (Mark and David Paynenear
Biozema'n's err, nd'within two or three ban"re
ards of th'e'Greenvilie & Colunii Rail Road.
The ract contains about one hundred acras in -
ori aljrest,'whilAt the rbst is under fence. On(
hA drid and flftyvsin a high state of culfivation -
of which-there is from seventy-five to ene hgd .
acres of fine bottom land equal to any and murpuss4.'j
by none in the State. This plamtation hasgood out
lets and excellent ranges for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwelling -
oand~a) n-eessary plpithtion buildigp.' Al
a Siing of lieipilfig wathy.
Any person wishing it rlase w call on
the SuLseriber who feielis on ee dad he
will take f iedilre Ihasowing them the tractj
J. W. MAYNnIt.
Nov.21 tf . '45
Beautiful Residence forale
THE Subseiiber deiring- to re.
move to another poiion" et the
Distrit,' effers 'foAale his VAIA
UABIE L A T1i'ON. on the ColumbiReaL
four quaI bAlt mlWfren Edgefield Court Hounsi
T6s *eelif'itt of Land eontains
Five Hundred and Nine Acres,
More or less, ieveny-6.ve aces of which have ja
been cleared, and now in a''ood state or eiva
tion. The remainder is 'fine 'doln'djell tia-i 3
bered, and equal if not superiotAY'li inds ha thd
The place isa healthy ohe, with many faeilitiem
for obtaining abundance of wetpr. On tiepresirsa
Is a large Dwelling Hous, just finiashed-and al
necessary outbuildings built re&ntl
IE7 Persons desirous of Purkhaig are invited lie
call on the Subscriber, ew1*vr Widie, -andee fei
themselves. '" A.. SMYLEY.
Feb 20 -6
Valuable ?optWy for Salee
T HE undersigned, in din'gto move to Georgie
in a short time, ofis saiAhe following
valuable property in'I Ha eMbg-titieindbsl:3ahle.
TheDWELL1NGDOt16 an9 tGT onMarket
Corner ;r ow4en Strket, *uhbing through
Mercer S4pe? The Dwelling and Ktlchuen are
brick, Wcveted with tin. On the Lut is a Csrring*
House, Stable, and all necessary outhgildings. ' -
The LOT on Centre Strect, near'lyopposite ther~
A mefican Hotel, on which is a Jag TO STOR?
BRICIC BttILDING, ooefde mToV Stores an~
Deling-lot rtfning throagh to Cobb Street. 0O.
the latter Street Yi a'sgistOkSibre."''
TeLOTE.t (ret'Markt an4 eanwot
Streefs, nrtujarot gto Mercp Stemt On tM
fat is a oaw ' half Sto ml
FIVB lUNDA ,?sIA W Heamburgan
Thme above ~prr wi11 be sold on accommedde~
ting terrhi,'or'eeilingd for Ilnd in louthern Geor
gla. dr-negroes.'- ~ .' " " -A..ZE NE1L
Valuable Lands for Sale.
T ESusriber offers for'sale the TRACT 04
LAN nwhich he now -lives, situated on
Savannah iRiver, seventeen miles above Augusta,
*ell.odaspted to the cultivation of Cotton and Grain1
.- . ....a 1' Acr8s,
more orl uss. 'iso d'ei flve'ina'six hundred acres
6rhea land,dne lhiidred of1 whieh'ismst gdalite
ty low groudids, and one hundred serek freiib,-whils
the balance of the cleared land is in a fair stateof
cutivation. The place has several fine springs
it. On the premises are all necessary buildingda
it is as heaulthmy a location, and as moral and, intelWR
gent a neighborhood as enin be found in the District.
One other Tract containing FIV E HUNDR2~
AND TW ENTY ACRES, lying near the Juno
tre of the B.eaverdam and Turkey Creeks. Oh
the prenaises mare all necessary buildin8, w.
eeralgebd spribs:s Tkd pladb Is hedtlfy,1oest
in a line neigtibipd, anid well adapted- to aanl -m
fore. - '' i
The above lands will be setld omaaedommodatin~
terms, andl ir desired, negro prope;jyi a4faizr prie;
will be taken in payment. I *ill ie pleasure I
shoing the lanids to any wito-siy *tsh to purcha4
or any information given by addressIng thesbct
ber at Woodlawn, S. C. J. B. HOLMES."
Oct 2 8m* I 34
The South Carolina Agriculturist,
T HIE Exgeutive Committee of the State Agri
cultural Society of South Carolina having set
lected the subscriber to edit their paper,-a prospeeo
tus is now Issued in compliance with their instrao
tions. This journal will be devoted to Aguiculture,
Horticulture. Natural Science, Real Taste, Archit.
tecture and Art, the Mdechani and Manufacturing.
inteest. add all'the piirasgits pef 'ing togeneralliU'
provement. It will -laoontamn a faithful transcrip~
of the errganimation4nd procedings of the Society
~ssays'&md conminunications fr'bm the best writr
in the State,'and a rhonlhly suinma'ry of the spirit.
o thrAhgricultural ptredi. All babjects devotea ~
the imploveinelnt of the mind; the soil, stock, m
domestic comfort, *ill find ready admission into t
columns, anid poch contribuiions are specially desi~
ed. The 'o'rk~ill be prinited in beatiful, wn 4
fartypo fie'white paper, with a tintedooe'
and illcedntain thirtf-two pages per month.TI
pbliatida'ililI comlinetmce on the 1st of May, 1856%
Tere will aisb beji-lblished an 4itittnal 6dverti'
its sheeA ias suppleagept, jO ~e a lin A nwn#
her of adie~ttisemeinta ll te insetd .'
Taus--1.O0 pt adhtimt. Ngp papeW sent unless
the money is paid in gdvanets Life Membenft
the State Agricultural Society will teceive thes pa.
per without cost.
Papers interested- in the cause of Jmprovemenl
will please publish this prospectus, and notM~I
same editerally. An exchange is solieited.
A ddress ' * A. G.SUMMEIR,
Ediger "South Carolina Agrioulturist."
Sat AriesltuM e
The Bu yBee
A Paper just issued in Carlestou,Soeths Caroll
devoted to the promotion of Literature,"Fins'I
Science, and Industrial Pursuits, and particularly'
the eneouragementof Native Talent. -a
To be published regularlau mbise
Origingl TaeU. Poetris, Am ' neiie,.&.
allof which will'heillustrao bois kna d'
both beautiful amld' nam'nruns. Iti"als610 h
tended to the other States,'both Sottb'isat'
and will afford a rare opportebdty OrAdr
Only a small portih of the gag ho weil
devoted ifo Advertising; 'buf'those *&Q ~
will hate' their flotiems tlthto lhdisti'
tage; M1th'pIffntile desa &igs-de
tdnable thrnhs.' Perionis irousoreeing the
a'all1 at M*CJ. PHIINNEY'S Prinuting oas1
te tear of 48 Broad street, and obtajin copies,'.
payingrfl*'cents. Thwse ata distance cese'
Post Ofiee nter Stamnp, and it w~lbe"
Term-2 per y**r, half payabW s saask
A prIk 16. - e * '-.
T E~ Krm of WARD, BttIH A EnD
3having bleenalssolved on2th. I
the death of EDWARD 3.W ,in
business Er said firm ifil be'liqpdi %s~t
Auuqs Mrab 9 8. .j%