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-T-, 7Ta REGMENT,. C. M.9
pHE; LOWER BATALION of the 7th Regh.
ment will aeiblie At the Cbero'ee Ponds o0
Saturday. the the 24th day of May, a'med abd
squiped as the law direct@ for drill antd h-vie*.
Cominmssioned and non-Commissioned Offen
will assemble the day pfttlodb 'or drill and instrbc
The UPPER BATTALION will assemble at the
- ine House on Saturday the 3lst of May, armed
and equiped as the law directs for drill and review.
'The Commissioned and non-Commissioned Offi
pere will assemble the day previous for drill and
Leut. Col. SnAw and Maj. Lovassare charged
* rith the.extension of these orders.
Captains of Companies will make their returns on
the dais of drill.
r Officers of the Line and Staff are required
e appear in (il unIform.
By order of Col. S. HARRISON.
7. M. COLMAN, Adj't.
- ay?7- - 4t 17
9th REGtMVr.S. C. M.
Duticroisvii.L., April 14th, 1856.
ORDER NO. -
T HE Lower Battalion of this Regiment, will
assemhe at Redt Hill, or Thursday the 15th
of May, for Drill and Review the commissioned
and non-cummissioned Officers on the day previous
for drill and instruction.
The upper Battalion wil! assemble at Shinburg or
&he 17th ' Mav for Drill and Review, the conmissi-.n
ad and non-commioned Officers will assemble the
Asy previous, for drill and instruction. Lieut. Col.
OCrley, and .laj. J. W. Tompkins, are chared
with the extention of this order to their respective
commands. The staff are requested to appear in
fil uniform, By order of
B. F. STROM. Col.
G. W. BURTON, Adj't.
AprIl 30,1856. At 16
SPRING GCODS FOR 1856,
Cheap for Cash.
!& BROADLSTREET, AUGUSTA, GA.,
H AS just returned from New York with a large
. s:aid :extensive assortment of Dry Goods,
suitable for the seasou- to which he would respect
fully invite the attantion of the public, and as he
does busine ss on strictly CASH princip:es, he of
fers'greater inducements than heretufore. so that
the purchaser can see at once the advantag, of
purchasine for CASH. lie would invite particular
attention to the fo.lowine goods: .
RICH STRIPED AND PLAID SUMMER
ELEGANT SATIN, PLAID, PRINTED
BAREGE AN P MUSLIN ROBES OF THE
BEAUTIFUL PRINTED MUSUNS 4N
LAWNS 4T 12J;
PLAIN SATIN, STRIPED AND PRIN
FINE FRENCH ORGANDIES AND PRIN
NEW STYLES PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
BLACK CHALLEYS, AND MOURNING
. MUSLINS; -
A LARGE ASSORTMENT MANTILLAS
EMBROIDERED SLEEVES, COLLARS
PARASOLS SILK AND COTTON UM
-The above, together with nll kinds of goods usu
011y kept in al)ry GoodS Store suitable for Faiiily
and Plantation use, will be sold at thu lowest Cash
Augusta, Ga., A pril 30, 3t 16
.. FULL SUPP'LIE'.
- UIL LEAlUSH EAR has received his ful
VTsupplies of Sl'KING U00l)8, comipiisinaga
* large assortment of new and beautiful styles Of Fan
- ny and Staple articler', suitable for the present sea
son, among which arie
Paris Printed ORGANDIES and Jaconet MUS.
LINS, at very low prices ;'
* Plain oibred CUIALLIES and IRich Printed
- Plain BA REGES and Crepe MA RETZ, of beau
tiful colors; PR;SadBIL N
Englisirand French PIT n RLIN
TES, of new and beautiful styles.;
Ladies' Spring and Summer si LKS, of the latest
Plain Black SILKS, of superior quality and at
very low prices:
Superior Klack SI LKS, without lustre, for Ladies'
Lupin's Summer Black BO.\LBAZINES, and'
Black CH ALLIltS;
Plain Black CR APE MAR ETend Be'k BAR
* EGIES, fosr Ladies' Mourning Dreasses;
Superior Mourning GINbiAMS, of new and
.gbenuteful st3 les;
-Mourning M USLINS and Plain Black L AWNS;
.. EnBglish Klack CR APES, and Laoies' MlOU RN
- Ladiest Miournin; COLLARS and UNDER
ladies.' Embroidered Muslin BASQUES,of new
and beautiful styles;
Ladies' Embroidkred Muslin COLLARS andl
- UNDERSLEEVES; -
Jaeonet and Swi.-s Muslin BA NDS, INSERT
11N0$ and EDGINGS;
Real .Thrsead and Valenecfennes Lace EDGINGS
Ladies Siprinig and Summer M ANTI LL AS, of
mew and beautiful styles ;
Ladies'.Emnbrs'idered and Scolloped Linen Cam
* br:z HANI)KERCillEiFS;
Ladies' Wide 11em-stitch Linen Cambrie H AND
KERChIEFS, fur Mourning;
-Supe'or Linen CANMIstRIUS and French LA WNS;
Supe'or Plaid Nainsouk and Dotred Swiss MUS
Plain Swiss, Mull, Nainsook and Jacetnet MUJS
LINS, at very low prices ;
Plain White Organdy and Tarlaitan MIUSLINS,
.of extra width ;
'Plain Pink and Orange Colored Tarbitan MUS
-LINS for coverinar Chandeliers and Luoking Gliasce.;
Superior 4-4 frish LLN ENS and 12-4 Linen
- Damak and r'able DIA PERS, of superiar quality;
HIUCKABACKS, and Scoteh DIAPEES, for
. Towels ;
12-4 Alleadule and Hlamilton Bleached SH EET
A full supply or Bleeched and Brown SHIlRT
INGS, of the best make;
A large supply of articles suitable for Servant.'
Madonna.MIXTUR.ES, THimalaya LUSTRES,
* and all wool DE KEG K, of the best style fur La
jes' Traveling Dresses; of
-A compl~eete assortment ofLadies.U tlemien
- }isses. Youth, and Children's 11OSI ERY :
SLadies' White Uair Cloth SKIRTS aiid Frceh
Ladids Emrbroidered Marseilles and Corded
Sp'r Marseilb-s Lancaster and Allendale QUILTS;
Sotton.08N A BURGSand GEORGIA STRIl'ES
Wihagetvariety of other articles, suitable for
Failiy and Plantation use, and all of which will be
* sold at very low priees for cash. The public are
yue'pectfully requeste'd to call and examine the assort
- A g u sta , A pril 30, 1856. tf 16
-TAJ TBWUROUGH 1MISTARLE.
W Snpu s r S turay the 3rd inst., at the
AfRG GY UMBRELLA,
Nearly ne4, thessl li. recently been sawed off.
-Please return 'las'he owner is in want of is juat ahout
this timne. What yun do, doi q'uiekly -or elsue you will
be exposed. '-A word to t4e tfiurs uygciept. Leave
iI at this Office.
* May 7, 1856 -tf y .
' Thrashers ! Thrashers.!
E HE Farmers of Edgehield who may H i
Swant of very superior machine, may nrew be
* *- ~ppled without going North, or any where else
outside of .their owni District but can get as good a
*thbdest by applying to the subscriber at h~s work
. as stlopnt Ent.
- .- aisd/thbeu Thrashers is noa on exhibition at
the Edgdie&Aiertuser Printing Office. A ddress
THOMAS ELCH APMAN.
- Coliaemai&di Edge6eld Dist. S. C.
Madh. 39- - U 10
}ge peal tad BEatny
* or sale et thei seleuiiber's residence.
-~ M4a., W. MCHOSONr
Tilage Property for Sale.
T'HE subseriber offers for-sale his ROUSE
TAND 150I, situated in Edgefield Village,
immediately West of the 'lanter's Hotel. Said
Lot contains air FIVE acres of Land, and extends
vfom the Putbie Square so Bever Dassa
. 7 It will be disposed of on reasonable tetmi. u
Possession given on short notice.
.7r With an expenditure of two or three hun; a
dred dollars it could be made one or the tno-t hand- a
some places in the Village. For tirther patioulars e
call on the undersigned. R
D. R. DURISOE. 6
April 80, 1886s if 16
Rich Spring And Summer Dry
(Second Large Supply tWi. Spring)
RAY BROTHERS (the ori-inal one
GAprice eep cash store of the city) have just
returned*again from the N6rthern marketi. with
large nnd splendid supplies, purchased under all
the advantages of the season. The Southern trade
having been fully supplied, the large nmuetion sales L
of inported goods having commenced, and many
other facilities unknown to ear'y purchsere, we can
conifidently say to the public that we can give them
prettier and better Goods, at lower prices, than any a
establishment in the city, purchating in an early
matrket. A imonig the as ortment will be t'suntd the
the richest Dress Fabrics of the season, such as
Splendi.i Summn- r SMILKS; india SI LKS; ti
Back SILKS. all widths:
Silk TIssUES and GRENADINES; .
Crape DePaire ROBES;
Rarege and Musin ROBES;
Lup.ns Plain B A R EG E4, all Colaod I
Rich figured BA R KG ES an1d 13A LSEttWNES
Rich French CHA LLY, 124. worth 25 Cents B
Fr. M USLINS aid ORG A NDIES, very pretty; T
Rich fine LAWNS, goud colors, 121c.1
Rich 44 " " " 6tC.;
Beautiful English PRINTS. new style;
Cheap CA .LLICO ES, 64 to 8. worth 121c.
Bleached andBrown tiOM-gSPUN, exceedingly
oha ap; ;
Blue HOM ESPUNS. super. quality for servants;
10, 1 and 12-4 Cott..n and LUn, n siEir'INGS; ci
9-8 and 5-4 Cot. and Linen Pillow-ease GOODS;
Real Linen D.Al ASKS, very super. and Cheap ;
TOW E LLING. in great variety I
Damask N A PKINS and DOYLES: a
Fine Irish LIN EN, very super. and low priced;
Swis, Jactonet and Rook M USLINS;
Plaid, Striped and )itted
Brown LINEN and Linen DRILL;
Planters' Linen and Navy DUCK;
Fine Silk and Woo en FL.NNEL;
COTTONA liES anid Summer C1ECKS; -
A cominplete ai-sortm-nt of MANTILLAS, of thL- J
very latest style and lowest price.
H )SI ERY. in great variety, sme extra fine;
J HOSE. excedinmy ebeap and fine
Sewimu SILK; Long and Short .I\ll'; and a th
complete assortment of all other Goods in the trade, at
to uhich we would respectfuly invite she uttention
of the public. GRAY JJRUTIlERS. b
Au-usta, Ga., April 30. tf 15 l
NEW GOODS. C
THE subscriber is now receiving his Spring and bI
I.Smmner Stoek of Gods at his old stand the at
Brick -Ftore, consisting of every variety usually kept
in a I'ry G4ods btore. viz: P,
Rich .olared Silks for ladies Dressecs,
Siik Tissues, Chatleys, Barage Delulnes,
Plain and Colored Haraes. P.
Musiin and Earlsti-n Gitighains PA
Engli-h and American 'rints.
Plain, Ch-ecked, Striped & Daitt.d Swiss Muslins,
Piain, Cheeked -Ieiinets and Camhries, H
Fine worked Collars, Chemizitts and Under 0
Swiss and Jacatnet MAslin Edgings and Insertings
Fine Silk, Crpe, NIapolitan Straw and Faney A
A good assortment of Bonnet Ribbons
A good assortment of Fashmionable H ATS of all
kinds suitable fo.r the season. di
Ujmbrellars and Paras-as,
Stens, Ladies. Boys, Misses antd children., BootsW
atid shoes of all kindas '
Griscerias. Hltrd ware anid Crockery.
With masny other articles too te~dim us to me-ntin
all of whic-h will be soild on the m' st aLcmnodlating
trms, all are invited to call and examine for thetm- n
gg A liberal discount for Cash.a
B. C. BRY AN.A
A pril 2 18.16 tf 12. | 0
New. Store and New Goods. |a'
AS openead, in the Store formerly occupied by p'
El ~ill amsl & Chiriste, on Park Row an en
tie NEW and ie..h Stiek iif
SEA SONABLE SPRING & SUMMER GOODSl -
ta wh clh he reap.-etfully invites the attention of his
OLIP CUSTO3l Elts. and ;he public generally.
His Stock has. been selaceted with great care and
emtraces a getnerat assortfment of
!!itaple anmd Fanacy Dry Goods, ,
- SHOES. HA ATS. BONNETS. |th
HARDWARE. CROCKERY, GROCERIES, ai
SADDLRY, ic., &~c. .. R
All of which lie wil sell on accommodating terms. Ri
A pril 9. l856. tf 13
. Groceries, &c. R
TH'l E Untderimined lie firme-d a Co-partner- B
1 ship in business, under th.e firm of $1HIl.EY
& Usi I R, at the o.ld anid wefi krown stand oft
Ssta~aY & Fos. Cornter of Nlnrket amid Centre- Streets,
Iamtburg, for the lramnsactiont of a genermal
Grocery, Provision & Cotton Business,
Where we intend to keep constantly on hanad a full P1
suply of Goomds, :md~ will sell as LOW for CAS11 I1
as any tither h..use. St
Our Stocek consists in part of the fedloawing: LI
Cluarilie-i. Grusahed. Powdered, St. Croix, Porto
Rica. timd N..w Orlenims SUG AR ; Bl
New Orlans and West Imidia MOLASSES;
Jlava antd Rio COFFIE E
Irish POT ATOES fur lantinll; h:1
BACON, LARD> amid BUTTER. 11
Bauving, Rope and Tatine, da F
Shame mnd Sole Leatthear, a:a
Macke-rel, Kitts and Harrels. SI
Blankets. Ne-gait Cloths, Osnabhurgs,
Saddles and Birid les, Wooden W are, st;
* Pepper- and Spice, Fiesh Weie. Snek mind
Table salt, Tea of v- riaous kinds. indi-i.ro G
Window Glass. L.amt,, i.inmseed and Train Oil,
P'aints. Powd.-r, Rifle anad B:asinc, Shot and .bt
Lead. a gooda atssonrment oft Chihirs, Rock
aways,. Office. Arnm and ( hild ren's t
'Be-dsteads, Sofas, Feathers. G
Mexican anid Peruvian Guanmo, Kittlewell's Salts,
Lime an.l P'last.-r, Irtan, Germian and Cast steel
Nails. assmirte-d. &e . &
.OSIA'I SIBLEY .JOHIN USII1ER Sa.
Hamnburg, Jan 23, 1856. ly 2
Yl~ords Creek Beat 4t t~tion. '
S/U arc hereby comamanded #'o be and appear3
3.at your rendezvous. Ederzitie.d C. II., on
Saturday the 17th May, inett., for drnill and instruc- "
By order of Col. Harrison an elction will be held -
on the same day for Comtapany Ofiaees By order
of CICERO AIJAI.tS, Cap't. F
May 7, 1856. 2 17
Strayed or Stolen.
F ROM thme subsnb-r,nthe 291th inst., abiout
twelve miles from Harnburg. on the Plamik
Rload, three M U LIEs; onie a large Clay-bank, cut
an the side of thi- m~ut w imh a hit ; on.- a simall
Sorrel MIutle, amid the other a datrk browmn Mule, with
scars tin the nasa-. cansed by the. halte-r. A liberal
rewaral will be paid liar the- delivery oft the Mules in
I. mhur , aar at Marsh's Mils, eight miles froma I
H aiburg, or tar such infoarmationt that I may get
them. Addlress me throught the [Hambura Pout- P
ofie. JN10. M. FRAZiER.
Nyly7 lt 17
W LLbeTrust Sale.,
i- L besold at Publio Auotion for CASH, on
Frmdsiy M~y git 185k, is ?he towyn of 11am- ~
brg at, i a'btock A. K..,on the ire-tnises; one halfa
aan indlividi-d''interest in the very de-sirable nisee
of busipea pi-eatent occupiied b'y Wil'lm Ypes, .
Esq. as& -aefc-e anad Slave Mart. T'he Iiot fronts
on MaI.rl4t Stret fouty-five feet, and runis throughS
to Merem Str'eet, -havi'ng a de-pth of abOt twd'hun- t
dred feet. and bounded on tihe east by si e*'fe't or
alley, twa-nty-flve feet wide. This' is ohe of tile diit
desiable locations for the slave trade, al Beingt
well improved presents :nduoetents to-those wisfr
ing to ipvest in Tlanmberie property.- -" -
'' EN.JAMIN BAIRD, Ag't for et
tiet D#l'ARi)ON, T,,.te. ..
Cheap Dry Goods fbr Spring,
BROOM & NORRELL.
238 Broad treet-Augusta Ga.
AVE ju"t opened their Spring Stock or Staple
and Faney Dry Goods, and would respectful
c eall the attention of the citizens of Edgefield and
joining listricts to the assortment, wh:ch com- g0
rises ahinot every thing in the Dry Goods line, l'ef
asing been bought by an experienced buyer, they lea
-e prepared to off'er Goods at such price' as they bei
Mn guarantee to be as CHEAP AS THE CUAi'aS1' Of
'eling assured that a careful examination of ont -
tIck will induce a liberal share of Patronage they Wi
licit the favor of tn early call. Among our Goods an
e invite particular attention to the following, viz: for
Plaid BIk. and Fancy Dress SILKS tail
" Satin Striped and Fr. Printed I4MiREGES '
R ch SILK GRENA DINES and Satin Plaid shi
Fr. Printed CIIALLIES and BEREGA D9 At
Rich Grenadine, Berege abd Jaconet 1LOUN. a c
ED ROBES mi
Rich Fr Printed ORGANDIES, MtTS.NS and
AWNS a - SA
Bk CHALLI ES,TAMATANSBOMBAZINES CA
2d ALPACAS Pri
'lain & chkd Jaconet, Cambricks, NANSOOKS tlt
id e WISS MIUSLINS as
BitLLIANTS, CALICOES, GINGHAMS. '
ARLTONS &c. &c. &c. an<
Large assortment Worked Edgings and Inser- an(
gi % wlh
Emsbroldered COLLARS, SLEEVES, CHIEMI- j
ETTES, HAN lDS, and FLONNSINGS. wh
Rich Enubd BASQUES, Lae and Silk MAN- 1uc
ILL AS. anc
Lace and Chpe STI A WLS-Blk. Silk LACES. me
Sperlor Ansol'tment of Goods for GENTS and to
LINENS-TA BLE DAMASKS, DIAPERS,
DWELLINGS &c. &u.
10.4 and 12-4 LINE$ SHEETINGS and super
ILLOW CASE LINENS
Superior assortment Blk and Bro DOMESTICS,
EETINGS, LONG CLOTIlS, pro
STRIPES, TICKINGS and Servants Goods ('f
hIOSIERY for Gents. Ladies, Misses, Boys and qt
idren all kinds and prices.
Together with many other goods not named, all
ich will be offered at prices that cannot be un
rsald in the way of fair and uptight deallug by
y House in the State. "'P
. ARtMOM & NORRELL. aur
238 Broad Street Augfusta Ga. wh
Near y opposite Augusta Bank. to
April 2 tf 12. and
F, BURCHARD & CO., AUGUSTA, GA.,
road St., Opposite Masonee nall. j
RE now ree..iving an unusia!ly choice variety sigi
of Spring Dress Fabrics, which Pic
ey are selling at the very lowest prices possible, pto
i to which the attention tof purchasers is very hav
dially and respectrully invited. Their stock en- of 4
ges the following, amon-.r others, of French Eng- mm
A and American productions. Particular aitten- ing
in is asked to Patusli, Lupin, Seydoux, Lieber & full,
's. manufacture of Bombazines challies. delaisies, con
reges. grenailines, &c. Thirrion & Milliard's
ek and collored challies, margnise, veil berage
Printed Goods.-Steinbach, Koeblinks,
rcals, brittiantes, cambrics, jaconets, lawns, or
dies and berages
A=AT. 30. '
iris black silks, sup. ri..r qualities; I
,ris rich fancy silks; * in a
" Fourlands, very handsome ; '14g
" French and Enghsh Calicoes of Steinbach's an
ogle's Montetha & Norton's; dee
ses of Ginghams, blaek.and fancy, all prices; nei,
int. d challies and be rage detaines, from low priced and
to very rich ; any
ericnn lawns and muslins; go
" Calicoes. low pirice amnd fast colors ; -
ilousekeepuug Goods. -
Rilarson's Linens, and other msakers. a very
I assortment in all varieties, far shirtang. sheeting,
low easing. &c.. &c. ; birds-ey.- dinapers. Scotch
o. towelling and towells, Turkish Bath, &e ;
sadow drapesy, luce and mua4in, &o.. &c.
:ummer Goods for G.entlemnen and Boye, in Lin- g~
dri~linsgs. &e., enttoniades of all stss, vestintgs,
ing eassimere.', eneshmserett, drahs e'ti, &c.
An unrivalled assortmler t of .shseetiigs and .'hirt
., brown and bteached, froms 3-4 to 12-4 width .beI
from the lowest piceed to the finest English and
nerican stakes,' k'
Plantation Goods. ki.
every sort and kind, considered desirable to R
ye, by the piece or bale. In addition to the qua
,e, we have the very finest assortmenstof collars. a
Lee. and Emsbroidleries in general, to be found var.
bably in the state.
,J. F. BURCIJARD & CO.
A pril 9, 1856. ' tf 13 -
D RY GOO DS. T
SPRING IMI'ORTAT1ONSi, 1856. .nov
4L LER &f A RR EN. Opposite Gloabe Hontel, of4
AAu'nusta, Ga., ate receiving th,-ir usua choice P4.~
rety of SP'H ING I R ESS F.\ UR ICS. emsbracinsg '5
best rptkers or French und English productions,ki
tong whidh, ar-th
:frPrinted French J A CON ETS and ORGAN-pr
DI ES: :o
h Printed Flounced BA REGES and ORGAN- tr
h Prinited Anmerican and English LA WNS;
h " French IIRILIJ ANTS and CAM ILBRCS; Cit.
ti Blue and Pink, R R IL[LIA NTS, new article, last
Silks ! Ne
Asorted Colors I'lounced Silk I )R ESSES;
Rh Plaid and stripe~d Taifleta Si1.K(5; -
Rih Mloirs Antique, l'oulard and Cbhsa SILKS; C I
Black Taifl-ta and Gro de Rhine Do.
Slourning Goods! I
sin and Strip'd GiUEN AJ)IN ES and B AREGES; J
'k Flounced Grenadinse ad liarege I)RESSiS ; act
iperior Summer t:OMBAZINES and CiIAL- 1J
ES; Bl'k .JA(O %WETS, ORGA~iJJES and me.
k Entc. CR tPES, Love VEILS and H AND- hidl
KE RCil EFS. oth'
In addition to this long line of Dress Goods, wc
e a e.sssplete bttock of CA LICOES, GJNG- FIn
. MS. LIN EN Gt ODS, EM BROI DERl ES,
RNITURE PRINTS and LACES, ItOslERY T
GLOVKS, Plain and Emnbroidcred CJrape Fat
A large lot of MANTILLAS,in grepat variety of
P ANTA LOON STUFFS, Bleneclled and Browi 'n at
White and Striped OtiNA BU RS, .of various 5 ot
Our friends andecustomers are respectfully invited 'Tui
examine the largest stock of Sprang and Summer (
001S that we have ever had. $8
Particuir attention paid to filling orders.
A ugusta, A pril 23 3m 15
~amurg and Edgefiel4 Plank
. IEERoad Company,.
HEEwIl be a mieetin.g oi the Directora of
tea bve Comp~ansy oni Tuesday the 13th ment at
O'cloqlk. A full aiteudanice is requested as bu
ess of imaportance as tobie bsroniht up.
W. C. SI BL EY Treat's.
W. S. L.WTON & 00. ani
orwarding and General Commission wi
No.1I Exchs'.e St. and South A tlantic Wharf,
~E CH AR LE STON, S. C.,W
SREconsutastly receiving for sale, t 'onsignments Ser
B of Cotton,* Curin, Wheat, Rice, Flour. anid s
oduee generally, Naval stores, Tobaceo, .Paper,
10- iDrafts collected at moderate rates.
Our senior partner having. been in the General -
>mmnasaion lusness upwasrds of twenty years, we
'pe by experience and attention to merit the ap
uibation of our frietnds and patron.
Charleston, Mar 1856. . y3 m
ENJ AMIN & GOODRICHI, Broad street, op
.p site Lambaack &5 Cooper's, respectful an -_
'une to their frienids and thi- public, that tey ate
w receivinsg daily a choice and well selected
's.rtmet u[ all kinds of FURN ITUR E, such ats
TRAITS. BOOK-CASES SOFAS, CHA IRS,
RTE-4-ETES CENTRE TABLES. BED)- 1
[EA DS, WIN DOW SIIAJDES. &c., of the la
st anin7 astfashaignabl.e 4esigns, whuiph they guarani
e to se s low ascan be boughlt in this gity, andA
viealwho wiht ucae ocall adexamine Ch
icir sock. me
' ALL WORK WA RRANTED. at t
afatteses and all kindua of Furniture, manufao- dast
re and repaired to qrder, with neatness and dig- I
tch . B NJA MIN & GOODRICH. els.
A Matwta AletIIs 16
CAR OLINA HOTEL,
HAMBURG, . C.
J0HN A., MAYS, PROPRIET0'S
HIng Public ae respectfully in
formed- that thik otel has under
ea thoriugh-repsir, and has been
itted in the BEST 8TY LE. rigard
i of expense, ad "as opened on the Frirr'f (Jcto
, for the recepton'of Boarders and appomnodation
Transient custamers. .
rhe best acconinsdatlob I guarantied to those
o will favor thi Proprietor with their patronage,
I the Nanagemeniwill be such a' to command
the House, thereputation it has always main
ed, as the. 13tSt Hotel In Ham'aburg.
rhe Proptietoaisuresthe publio that no pains i
I be spared on the part of the blanagement to
nlsh tile Table with the best viandls the Markets of
gusta, abd Ilaiburg a'ffrd.
!amiliis visltingeUar Town are solicited to give ia j
all, as our best. exertions shall be devoted to ad
aiter to their enire comfurt.
.ttaehed to the .Hotel, is a fine LIVERY and I
LE STA BLE, Ipt by C. Da:.Ls & J. B.
RRICO, whjeh ich wll fitted up and has all kinds of
ivender that this Market can possib'y afford, and
y pledge theiselvewto take no good care of Stock
mny aither Stablejr no pay.
ley are prepared t accommodate Drovers Stock,
I Transient lIordis'aall times, and have Horses
i Buggies to hire,.and will run one or more Hacks,
never called forf'treasonuble terms.
4. B.-They hav itan eminent I14rse Farrier
a proposes to cure all curable diseases of the
re, (contagious diseasus excepted.) or no pay,
t will be responsiblsthat horses under his treat
t shall be well ardd for and treated according
lamburg, April 23 1856. 6m ;15
Important to Planters,
1110E wishing. 2bbain the best plow for "all r
toork," are invited'to examine Warlick's Im- o
ved Plow. A apecimen may be seen at the Post
ee in Ldgeefild Persons interested, are re
sted to call andbjage for themselves. J
U. WILLIAMS, I
:gefield, April 8ij86.
'hw following certiifcates s eak for themselves.
.AFAvE'rTE, Ala. 5t' 8, 1855.-We the and.er- r
aed having used N3h Warliek's Patent Plow, o
ing the last seasof. state. lor the benefit of those
> have not used ifhat we believe it to be superior
ny plow we ever aw or used, and for durability
ebenpness it cannet be surpa-sed.
Mloais G'Tow1sU A. G. MCCANrS, -
BaRIT-ron STANra, T. SHANaoNn,
Lewis Soauzsass.it Ttos. .1. WNis'roN,
1i m. L. CRAYTON,- JoHN R. A.FUtD. -
Anms-N FiNLAT. ISAAc HARnnS,
Iux-TsvrlE. A ugust;30, 1855.-We the under
led have seen Nah Warlick's Patent iprovedI
w at w.ork this day. and we feel no healaitey in
mouncin. it to be *uperior to any plow that we (
e ever seen, for afficiency in turning sod, depth
wt, anil e ae of diaft, and that we admire the -
m-r of attaching the subsoil. bull tongue. urn
points, and scraper to the same stock. and cheer
recommend* it to the farming interests of our
STarH E W S. EW!NG G. W. LAuomINGoCs, P
RosERT IIANCOK; Da. F JORDAN,
J. 1. BRAISFoRD.. RoDET FREEMAN,
Tuos. W. Wnrria R. G. Sco-r',
Jon R F Ilrw iFrr, C. W. VINCENT.
W x.'C. ViNcEm.
ALLADOA. DeC 6,'1855.-T hereby certify that
ve purchased and'used Warlick's Patent Plow
wing wh -at this fall in grassy lands, and am I
ly pleased with it. It has an advantage over
piow with n hieh I all acquainted in plowing -
ply and clogging less in turr land. Several of my n
hbors have used it,-and are all well satisfied,
seem to consider it as having advantages over
plow in use, in grassy land, for durability and
I work. - JOEL W. WATKINS.
pril 16 tf . 14
Sam's in To9wn once More,
0 anot passlim by. The ports are clear of ice I
and goods' are reaching their destination. o
am n'ow receiving daily my Spring stock of
Is, coensistinag in part of
H--idsic Champagne ;
Bonche. do. .qts. and ptas
Nlims do. Md
feetar Whiskey , jeiall other brands that are to -1
id in thIs markeilA Ugulsia. 'j
moked Beef. Peklh,-Pre'serves. Raisins, rFigs, a
ked Tiengues, Ketchup, Almeends, iand all other
Is of Nuts, Crushed sugar, Groaund, Loaf, &c.
Coffee, Lngura. .1ava. Rice, Flour, superior
lity, MeakerelI, whole, half quarter smd ,kitts,
aroni, A damantinse and Sperm Candles, ad 1
ey of other articles too numerous to mention.
S. E. BO WERS, A gt. tI
Iamburg, A pril 16. tf 14 1
H E Subascribers would respectfully inform the
public that they are mnanuaet'uring, and have
on han't. and are constantly making all kinds -
Darrinages and Buggies of the latest
ens and miost fifbiionable styles and are also re
ingj from the No.rtha fream the best IFactori. s all
Isoef CARRIAG ESunetd BUGGIES, all whicb
,will s..ll on its faveerable Ites fear Cash oir ap
;d' Paper as ainy similar estabhshmient in the
ta . LEIGH & TLJCKER.
I. .-Repairing done as usual on reasonable
s, at short notice. L. & S.
he Subscriber retur'ns his sincere thanks to the
rens of the dlistrict feet their paotroniage for the.
bree years and solicits a continuance for the '
v hirm JIOIIN LEIGil'.
pil 23 1856. tf 15
TRRyToN ACADEYIIES. g
II E Exe rcise of these Institntions will be re- r
'umd o the third Moniday in .Januaertnext.~
as heretofesre, Mr. JAMES L. LEGLEY will
as Principal of the Male Department.
be Female school, with the Primary Depart
it of the Male Academy, will be couiducted by
A P. BU'l'jER, ssgiste4l' by tpd' learned and 1
aly accomplished Misq 4. E. ARTIIUR, and J
r compe tent Teachers. I
Raos of Wuition per Session.
it.C'ass, Primniry trepa~riment,..........9 00 o
an ( Qrdinatry English Branched,... .12 00 a
rd " I licee " " -.. .15 0t0 k
Irth ." Gri-ek'ind Roman Literature k
with higher Mathematg............. -20 00
'rench. Esnbroidery, Needle work, Ac., usual
he Schlatic yeariwill be divided into two SeCs
of five mntnhs each. Pupils will be chargedJ
the time of enterlig to the end of the Session.
tion in ;adviance..t
Wao-l Reord can be hod in thu Village at from y
o$0prmnt-R. ME RRIWFTHER,
S. P. GETZEN, ,.
A. J. HAMMUND,
S. W. GARDNER, ~
. .1. C. PORTER, ~
A. P. BUTs.lKR,
H. A. SHA W. -Jt
ee5 . . if 47
indow Shades, Papering, &c.
"OW rp.-ning a beinutefel aseortment of Oil and
Tritparent Wili 1)0W SiIA I iES, oe hand
c, new designs. suc'h as Landapales, Figures,
Bnquet Patuernas. from $1,50 to $10 a pair, d
i the fixtures includpd. i
A veryi large and exiensive assortment of'
Frm 9 to ..Ef cenata per piece, teegethier with
ndow Curtain Papern.Sidelightt Paper, and Fire
L'ens in great, aibunfdan~e, all of whi'h will be
without reserve to person. needing such goods.
'er sale in A ugusta, Ga., by .
lar 10., 2m 9
3TE frm of WARD, BURICHIARD & CO.
having been disseolved a thus 20th inst., by
de-ath of'EDWARD) B. WARD, ihe unsettled e
iness of said firm will be liquidated by the un- 1
signed.. SA M'l, J. BOYCE, f,
agusta, March 19, 1b56. tf 10
.. .--sUCC3ssoR5 TO
D'ANTIGNAC A BARRY,
holesale Druggists and Chemists,
BROAD STR EET, AUGUiST A, GA., .
R E now prepared to sell Mt EDICIN ES of the
Spurest quality, Perfumery, Glass, Paints. Oils,
emien , Bnushes, Surgical and Dental Instra
ite, and every article usually kept by iDrugaists, a
he lowestmarketprIces, and the nmust accommo-1
T Please calj 'an see us before purchsingr
iumss Mar 1856. 1yE
The friendp of Co. WILLIA QUA?'L.93rM 7'es
scotfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff b
if Edgefield at the ensuing election. - t
I7 The friends of Col. M. C. .M. HAMMOND
*espectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
a the House of Representatives at the next eleietion.
UJTus Friends of DR. G. M. YARBROUGH
-espectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat
n the House of Representatives at the ensuing s
07 Til Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
'espectfully announce him as a Candidate for a'Seat
n the next Legislature.
The friends of Mr. GREGG. respectfully an
ounce him as a candidate for a seat in the next,
" Tits Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN P1
ominate him as a Candidate for re-election to a gr
kat in the -louse of Representatives at the next _
The friends of MAJ. JAMES BLACKWELL
espectfully announce him as a Candidate for a seat in
2 the neXt Legislature. is
W THs Friends of Col. JOflN QUATTLE- Pe
IUM respectfully announce him as a Candidate for nl
Seat in the.House of Representatives at the en
3WTus Friends of Capt. ROBERT MER[
VETIER respectfully nominate him as a Candi
ate for a Seat in the House of Representatives at
: next Session.
0T Tat Friends of Capt. H. BOULWARE
espectfully announce him as a Candidate for Sheriff e
f Edgefield District at the next election. D
07 We are authorized to announce LEWIS
ONES, Esq., as a candidate fur re-election for
heriff cf Edgefield District.
07 THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
.spectfully announce him as a Candidate for Clerk -
r Edgefield District at the next election.
3or Tax Collector
CHARLES CARTER, th
THOMAS B. REESE,
WESLEY WERTZ. ta
M. B. WHITTLE,
BARNEY LAMAR. 0
AMERICAN HOTEL, ..,
ILENTRE STREET, EAMBURG, S. O.,i
0. P. H. SCOTT & CO. Proprietors.
March 12, 185a. ly 9
RS. G. M. YARBROUGH & J. P. ABNEY, an
have this day formed a Partnership, for the .qu
ractice of MaIrIs and SUaGEaT. No additional
arge fur one counsultation visit. Office at Dr.
April 9. 1856. tF . 13
TO THE AFFLIOTED,
)R. TIIAYER. HomeopatAic Physician, Bur
geon, and Accoucheur.. late of Philadelphia,
uw located Nio 217, Broad Street, Augusta. Ga. s
Particular attention paid to the tre~atment of
bronic diseases. Visits made at a distauce on the
ost seasonable terms Please address.
H. R. TIAY ER; M.D.
April 2 tf 12.
L aw N otie e,
lIE Subscribers hnve formed a Partnership for4
'the Prnetice of LAW AND EQUITY in
dgefld and the adjoining Districts. One or both s
rthem can at all times be found in their Office.
G. D. TILLTIAN,
SEdgeield C. Hi., Feb 8. 1856. 3m 5
IjOFFICE is jow in this Village, next d'oor -
.to W. W. Adams, where I can he fon .d di,7
1 times. C. W. STY LES. "
SEdgefield C. I, Jan 15,1856 tf 1 "fl
-- - -- - bei
Dr. Jas, M Day, Dentist,.
[AVING permanently located in Augusfa,. re- eei
Lspectfully offers his professional services to
e citizens of Auneusta and vicinity. Office No 210 ,
irondstreet, neArly o.pposite the Augusta Hotel. -.
laving been eneaaged in the practice of his profes
on for many years. he feels confident that he will,
e able to give entire satisfaction to all who may
vror imi: with a c:all.
Au~usta, March 19, 18:i5. if 10 de
Land Warrants Wanted,
IH E highest market price given for Bounty Land
JACKSON, M'LLER& VERDERY. A
ap2-e Masonic Hall Buailding, A ugusta.
--.-...... - -- pr.
Estray Notice, to
OtLT.,, pefre me. as an estray, hy Thomas qui
I.Randall 6,i##esnut-sorrel I Iorse, appraised
iseventy dollars bf Lhiiard s4uber, I). L. Ashtley
ad A. J.-Peletier, Esgr%. 14nid llorse is of small I
ze, bordiering on the pone~y, well made- and in osId -
rder. has av bite spot in tihe fosrehmead. suome white
grayish hpols on theu baesk, founr white feet, two,
mnd eyes, and suppo.sed to ibe five or six years old,
rid :s left in possecsion of Thomas Randall at the N I
*idene of.lmhn Randall. Esq., on the Granite-ne
illys rod, three miles fromamInburg. i
BENJ AMIlN BA IRD,)dag't.
H Hamburg, A pril 9, 1856. 4t mc. 13 -
AVING removed to the store formerly occn
Ipied, by Dr. J1. W. Stokes, and having just
e~eived a larg.- and well mielected
stock of Groceries, '
every description: I am prepared to accommodate to
ly custimers and friends with every article usually dei
u.pt in such establishments, and at the lowest mar-pe
et prices. * W- C. BIE WLEY
lamburgeA pril 9 tf 13
Iagons and Iron Plow Stocks* _
H A VE secured the services of a FIRST R ATE
LWilEELWitl(~lT, and propose to build
Large and Small Wagonhs
order, and to do all kinds or Rl EPAlIRING in the R
v'agon Business at the shortest notice. '' se
am still mannincturing' out of the heat materil,dc
TlHE IRON RLOW S'TOCK,
F'orema's Patent.) atld otffer them 'to the Plantera
k'gefieldl District at $.5.50 per Stock.
All urders for P'luws will be promptly attended
- S. F. GOOL E.
Edgefield C. HI., Feb 27 tf 7
LL persons indebted ti, the Estate of William wl
.,JD. Thurmond, dee'd., are requested to make
syment to'- the undersigned. And those having
emands against the mamne will present them accord
PLEAANTP. THLURMOND, Adm'r.
SApril 30, 1856. tf 1
G oo.d AllLCH COW, with a young Calf,hs
' Ytr -hich a reasonable price will be grven.
pply inf this (ilfice.
Ajifit 30, '56. tf 16
Dress for Gentlemen.,
wr. 0. P a o- em O ., Er
09JULD invIte attentnen to a CuoICe t..pCe of
Tvoods imported for the ,eanson-:embraciung -
very nrticle for Gentlenensi Wear, all'of
r newest style, and to ph-se all, eyes 'the most
TRMIN( S FOR TUE TRADE,
All the neWest styles of tnrimmi~ngm for the trade, at
upplied on the most liberal terms.
* WM. O. PRICE &CO.
Drnpers and Tailors,
prlO85.258, Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
A ri 3. 85.2m 16 .
STR AYED) from W. Enhanks, between the-remi
dence of Douglass Robison ap'd the Red Hill
bay Horse, one eyed. Tie ha4 when he left a
r'mke on, with ale-ither string. I wpuld be glad if
ame one would give me some informtlition ana13i
rot It to Cold.Spring Pest Offiee S. C. I will pay
Spring and Sumer Good.
H.'SULLVAN iasjustreelvedand upeed
e S hlhlSpring and Summer GOODS, to whi h
respectfully calls the attention of his friendi anad
e community generally, the Stoeli consist vb
French Jacenet MUStdNSI
French Organdee Muslins;
- French Beiagesland Tissues;
Prints and GINGH EMS -
Alpaas and BOMI3AZINE
Cold and Bik. SHALL YS
Black and Plaid SILKS and like and large as
rtment of White Goods.
Drap De et and Italian CLOTH
White and BrownLinin DRILLS;
Plain and Tuilled COTTONADES;
Bleached and Brown SHEETING:
Bleached and Brown SHIRTING;0
A fine lot Irish LINENS
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons in any variety;
Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds;
Hats, BoutsShoes, Crockery and Glass Ware; I
Hard ware and Cutlery, Saddlery and Groceries. 1
ease call and examine my stock, for we will take
eat pleasure in showing it.
April 2 tf 12
Rouse and Lot for Sale.
'[B Subscriber wishing to leave for parts as yet
. inknnwn, o'ers for sale his Cottage Reiiienee
the woods three miles North of Liberry Hi. 13 i
mited to a Preacher, Teacher or Physician o any
reon wishing a healthy residence. #
Tans. L)w price and long credit. For partic- I
Lra inquire of GEORGE GALPHIN.
A 5gmires, P. 0., S. G.
April 2 1856, if 12
Edgefield Flying Artillery.
YOU are.berely sunrmoped to
be and #ppegr at yopt parade
ground (Edgefield C. H.,) for
!ifl and Instruction, on Saturday 7th of June
An election will on that day be held, for first pad
By order of W. C. MORAGNE, Capt.
E. Muts, 0. S.
April9 9 13
'HE STORE HOUSE, next East of R. H. Sul
- livan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, containing
ree rooms below, one above, and a good cellar.
E TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and con
ning about three acres.
5E LOT on the branch adjoining C. L. Refo. c
R. T. MIMS.
Oct 2 ft . 381
k LL Persons having demands against the Estate
L of Wm. H. Adams, dee'd., are hereby notified
present the same. properly attesta, for payment,
I those who are indeloted to the Estate, are re
ested to make payment to t
E. P3lNN, Adm'or.
n 24 tf - 2 ,
LL those indebted to M. A, Ranson, Agent,
L will find the Bo1oks and Accunts with B. H. t
ward or W Y. Quarles, at tle Store of larvely
Mays, Hamburg. All Notes and- Accounts re
ining unpaid after the first June, will be placed C
the hands of an Attorney for collection. .
Also, those indebted tp me Individually are noti
I to make early payment.
I. M. FULLER.
Mar 5 tf 8
LL persons to whom the Estate-of James 8
LWeatheraby, deceased, is Ibdebted will pre-.
it their claims, and all persons indebted to the
I Estate, will make psyments to the undersigned.
W. TL. ANDERSON, Administrator..
Nov. 21,l1855. tf 45.
TAEDfrom my place on the Upper 3 Runs (
Barnwell District. a~small Sorrell -Horse, five C
irs old this Spring. well formed, and all four'feet
te, and a Star in theface. No other particular
rksa known ; hc was in good order and may llave I
*n taken off by- some peron.-I *ill giye tedidol- C
to any person that will deliver him -td; rre' any
armation concerning hIm will beS thankftily Re- P
red.-Address Silverton, Barnwell District S. C. I
W.ILLJAM F. GREEN.
pril 23 "*4t -15
HE tiredlitors of the estate of .1onatlhan Tillman
a'eireby notified that I nmn reindy to pay their
nadszd lgainst said estate aa flyas authorized by
Court. A. SIMKINS oa~n..
pri281856 tf . 15
, Notice. .,
LL Persons having demands against the Estate s
L of B. R. A ddison. dre'd., are requested to 1.1
sent thenm properly attested to the undersigned, t
vhom also those indebted to the Estate are re
red to make prompt payment.*
G. L. PENN, I
Adm'or with the Will annexed. ~
tny 9 tf 17 f
[ HE underuigned'havling purchased of Mr. J. y
LK. II4)RA Ahis intertin'the flrm of J. M. ::
IWBY & CO., isill' continue the Clothing h~usi- b
a, at their old stand, under the United States el
tel, in the same name as heretofore. E
. - ''J. M.NEWBY, i
(C. B. DAY. G
WM. S. WISE. n,
tugusta, March 19, 1656. tf 10 a1
LL Persons Indebted to the Estate of Col. R.
L B B,,uknight,decd.;are earneatly requested
nke immediate pa.yment. All persons having]
nands agaiusf the estate, will present them pro.
-' OH H IE, Ad'ors
)eeJS ly 49 ]
LL Pt~rsons concerned will take notice that I -
L have appointed Dr. James A. Devore and
bert A thins muy A gents and A ttorneys to reproe
t me int the collection of the debts due to the
ate of .John Duby, dec'd.. and In all other duties
olving upon me as administrator of said lidesedf.
. MATILDA DOBY, Adm'dr.-' 9
'eb 1l .tf '-" 6 C
LL persons indebted4 to the estate of Mary g. 6
Tutt. deessed, are requested to make payn.ent, fr
I those having demands agatnst the said' estate,
I preseht them properly gttestikd to.' '
E. J. MIMS, Ex'or. ,j
Ian 16 tif - '* - 3
LL those indebted to the Estate of JT. E. Free
L. man will ple-ase eculie forwrd"'and pay up
nediately; an~ t~taesiaving demandui against the
;ate will prcs t ipuem 'properly attested.
-J. 1I. JENNINGS, 1 d'g
J. W. FREEMAN, .j iE
Feb4, ' - .
FIRST RATE Tanner and Currier.
L Also, a good Blacksmith for sale or hire.
quire of F. O'CONNOR.
It. Vinage. Edgefleld District, Jan 7 tf -521.
Bacon and Lard. . ]
0000~ 138. .Fine Tennesee Bacon. and
LU'rd in stare and arriving, for sale
theLowest Prices. t
- -'H. L. CUN4NINGHAM & Co. fi
[amburg, A pril 30 3m8 16
Bacon, Flour, Lard, &c.
0,000 lbs.Tenneuse BACON
600 amoki Extra Family FLOUk1
1000 bsh.of- COtN- - -
3000 Tennessee LAARD In asandi barrela;
10,hhas.Igj fia~r ns SUGAR; +
25- bis- a M NOLASSES4
-IS5%li Cider ilNSGAR. For salib
. o. - -G.L. AN'DERSO1dl4
Rcnr Stress 4 abowe lm$ Cb*
- ; .A
T H"Sabacriver wilhing to al
ofersfor ole hia VALQUAB " 1L4TA
Ihree Nundrg4 -~oaysemeAc
ying on sal1da R4,and Oin landsca W.i
k. Strother, A. Cark and a
osenIun's Ferry, an.wthin two o -
gof t e reenville & Coluanbia Ral
The Trat contains about one 'hndad asmites
ial eta hilst the riist isn ft n O
insyin~ ig state..of ou ajtu~
ierem of ne b e
iy none in the-Stdim.' This pU g otu
eta and excellent range. for stock.
On ~ th ies are a-oo Two SuwDwell
Bgtise and ala tationaf M" PIP Al
i Spring 6f never watir- ' W>tA'
r At* r pern 'I
he ik rM~r~ eso ises.an
ltin showia e t re
Nov 21 I 48
-Valuable Property for 8S
HE undersigned intendingta move to.m j.
in a short time, offetr foresle. the fo
aluable propertyn !a mburg-tidlsindi.
e"l~DWE14JI G V OUSmnLOT oa Markea
joturnrr Snowden Street, rapnintreegh t
ereer Stree Tb'A Iiweling -ad. ehen are7
rick, covered with ti'.' Oi the Lot i.aCrr
ionse, Stable', and alt'niecossaryoathlldingsi
The LOT on Centre Stree, nr1
kmerican Hofil, on which is a '' STOR
cpi aK'BwILDINGa~ 'e
)welt-halng ifitith to 6Stre
be latter Street is A Store.
The LOT on Corner Mgrketard. Leavenvorth
Itreets, running thrupglh to Mero trut. O thh
4if i'a nd* One 64. a hqlfSto B9U
ered aa Paldied.- ,'d
?VB HUNDRED BHARES- aiburg n
daefield flank Road Stoik. -
The above property will be sold on accomd
log terrib, or exchanged for land ineoutaGes Goq
a.,negroes...-.-. H.A. nENRHE.
Haibrg,Ot 1 tf
Valuable Lands fWSa,
1 HE Subscriber offers for sal the.'TRACT O
LANIz on which h' nw livu,.aitmaed
iavannah River, seventeen miles ahoe A
rell adapted to the cultivationA n r
intaning.....' ... - .- z -
nore or less. Between fie and gil tinedred aors
>f cleared land, one hundred of h hisr quali
y low groundsn'd oie hand^ whilst
he balance of the cleared'la Is. i..i...ifir - .ate
ultivation. The place aa e n mpris
t. On tbe premises are buidin
t is as healthy alostio, " au moraad int
eat a neighborhood aea bie foi dlt the Disr
)ne other Tract containing
IND TWENTY AC # ae
are of the Beaverdam k eek O
he premnises are all' nesiary .a.dpgm, witi
eteral good pribgs'.' Thdplaeejhealtay, foeste4
a a fne neighbrblrod, and ell adapted toai4
The above lands will be sad onaseommodatl
erms, and if hesired, negro property, at'air p
ril be taken in payment. 1-.I lI take-,&imre i
bowing the'landsto any who mywish t rebase
r any Information given byj s&r hi abbWl
.i . OLM ,8"L
A Paperjast issaed in Charlestn, SotCarolina
evoted to the piomotion of Litersta're,,Finer Arti
ieee,and Industrial Pursuit., asad-partignlil f J
e encouragement ofNative Talent- :'. .i*
To be published regulrly, and embelllhed with
riginal Tales. Poems,- - Sngketli,h 4at
oth besautiulan'd numeos1t asoobel
ided to the ether ~:ates, both Souhad e rh
od will afford a i'arE apprtunig -Advertising."
halv a s'tiall 4iror-ofdhew paper, iibeverwill'b
edAdf rtin*n thse. swhVadvptsd
geMihkOItable obtrand d iDU.w
nable terms. Puns desirosedtg~ei
an at Mr. J.PIINNETS Sjtn~&,a
b rea 48 lfrosa s nd'S Coiitj
scg'enta.- Thosbt'a dra& d$fr.. ee
'ot Office-Lietter Sikrfp,'ind J(t
Terms-2 peiydi 3 ea . .vanoe. -
April. 16: e' ' .is1
PHEE CELEBRATED STAJLIO1
I~TLL. utaida the'veunnin $priig Season daF
VHgrnpp peillnan~p dad at EdgeCde 'Couri
lose, it fiftn-dollaty teikaaon and twenty-6ve
o~llars insuraned.' UE~t iak elemnut sarrell
bout SAen'hands one inchlidgh,and most powerful
formed'both fur strength and speed. He will bE
ye years old next M~ay. He ran more raoes in bit
trce years old form than any horse ever ran beforei
mong the number were two four -mileis races is
nh of which he lost the second heat in good time -
m. 45 sec. and 7. 44 by halfra neck'only. In the
rst hoevwas beaten by the renowned'GrI9FIduibad.
s, in the second by MarfTaeffilr'ual tenoen.
le worn several ri' at two and tihree tniis~
Hh.Rr uwis by Importe~d Genco, his dam
ledo, G. Dam by Coeioeo. G. G. Dam by Sie.
iir, G. G. G. Dam liy Medley, G. G. G.0G. Diad
ymported Diomned &o. His pe'digree cannot bd
eelled by any horse in. the world. He will be aft
dgefeld'Court Houis on Mondays, Tuesdays aed.
Vednedays, the rema'nder of him time at Harmon.
iman's, all persons seoding saares to HENRI
ass daiy at the tinie how they' are' td be served
8rwie eywlbe chrged asby the eason.
THlQM'As G. BACON.
March 26 - If i4
u ElastiC ater Bags an$
OSPITA L CUSI li forsale by
LA. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
bIy 23 ' 1f. !? -
O Orders will receite any attention 'ale.s
*accompanied withths Cash.
8: .' BOWERS Aemsar.'
Jan 30 ' tf 3
pg s ufhveascae themselves foj
a the a'f Edge-fied where we are now re
siing atrd ..pening (in the room formerly occnple
y Wr P 'Butler) an entirely new, varied and ex
usive stuck of Goods, embracing neq[jy'every
tice saually kept foT r.p' the lat esee
mcntly seleted by ,i, in . helts
pdrtations'of thi'rlfbenir ar- '
We ehbelllyihi'te aWi iftp bt of our Stock,
'ith the imasurance thae Vn'ua please evee thme
oat fstidious.- --
jD ou t n6 t future .operations ets
liernealdidinneflts toca)' r.
April 9, 1855. i
IEDICINE CASES-for a y
.A. G. A T. J. E ~ B~ba
May 23 -C -
atent Eetae Bq4i~i
pH E Subscriber ham alwayanlnM6~
ALnture Establshment, alag om t'
ese valuable anr-tight aindatuabe 5
r preserving the Deadifor erdlmy ~ rq~~
alta, for transpurtation, er fu
urpose. - -
I have alsoon hand, an aul
ad isbiromt thoe.- heltoi
baig anda - -
re comn ha
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