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Judge Butter, of South Carolina, has returned, b
and was in his seaL He briefly denounced Mr. it
Syitnner's speech. Mr. Toombs justified the as- v
sault on Sumner. Mr. Wade, of Ohio, said if t
necessary, he would die fighting for liberty of o
speech in debate. ti
Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, pronounced
the assault on Mr. Sumner as brutish and
cbwardly. Judge Butler, much excited, pro
pronounced Wilson a liar. Subsequently, Judge n
Batter apologized to the Senate for the iarshness
of-tbe language he felt compelled to use, and
the debate closed.
00JFI'I'nON OF THE DESTRUCTION OF LAW
S-. Lo.Ut5, May 27.-An extra Lexington I
(Mo.) express confirms the destruction of Law. 5
rence. After the United States 3arshal had en
tered the town and arrested all those fur whom i
he had writs, he turned his pose over to Sherifft
Jones, whose attemptits to make arrests were re- c
sisted by the people, who fired on his men.
Jones then cannonaded and set fire to the Hotel
and the office of the Herald of Fretedom, destroy- t1
ing both places. The artillery were still tiringe
when the uiessenger left. A few 1ives were lost .
ROX KAN3&S. b
that stores and dwellings at Lawrence w.-re in- o
discriminately broken open and robbed during a
the attack on the 231.
It was believed that on the night of the 22d I
the garrison at Franklin would be attacked by
the free State men. ti
Gov. Shannon would order 100 United States t
*rroops to be stationed at Oswattomie, 100 at it
Lawrence, and 100 at Topeka.
Justice Cato, of the Dis.rict Court at Oswat
tomie, had been prevented from holding court
by the threats of the free State men. s
A passenger informs the St. Louis Demnerat,
that SaeriffJontes initen.i g.eing r to Topeka, to
destroy that town.
Four new murders were reportel. - 0
CHICAGO. Macy 28 -Tile Ws-tport Time, or !I
the 23d ,ays, tht.L tile investigating committee 5
were still at Leavenwortih.
Sebuyler and Cowaway hail been liberated,
but Brown* and Robinwon were still pri-oners. d
Gov. Shannon had beevin req-ies.tel hy tie cti.
Zens to prevent fur.her ou:rages, bit lh.d de
clined to d-, so.
The I-lb had shot :tn Indian nwer Liwrenec-i
-in mere waitoev,s. Tie Delawares threaten
revenge for his murder. d
ST Lour., M ty 30.-A vorrespondelent of tl-e
R.-putblice.i, wri~ieg from lneedece under
date of Wednesday, s:vs that ei. It pro-,stvery
settlers on i o W 11 1namie creek h "I ).-en kilived
by f1rre Sie men. Tie eelu1:er ,vt. lers h.d asked
aij frmn Governor Stani .
All ii reporied quiet nt Linrence, L--comp:on y
and Fr.tnkline. 0
Sr. Louis. %l,). -1.v 31. 18.5c.
(,l. ild i.. i . i, rr .:e i ii .814 i V I'r -1
L-twrence. K. T , en rja':L' Ir - . -e-.
n dm d.tn: s of tile t.z.e . .1. ; . . -
btrue~i-i oe propery in m L v o.
lEx G-weroor R Ceede je ) e4d d.l. i ti-. .li.
tsis-dypii River i% 1:en ..1 b . ar.1 a . .I sler.
MAnile. a t i4. - re .. - i it I - - L I.-i and
i im< re win--I in .. . -- : ap It r a.
A ch s -.andi i: is -.,, h. . h . .-- e..i. .-Ih -
te-rs t'rn p trtwi, in t'e jii -I -. . j i :
con-pi:r.wyV tni-t 1--* G4 er 1:.
.Alar.y 1-!n i .-lu t'frle., :s.Ive ;lr iv, i IlI I s
-i elv. onl ibd~r war.st
WVasmsN:r..N. .\l e 2. I'he Fe ute pai..ed
aill tihe lieu-ceILim.I lBIis
A meatet was recevy tn both Ii nes r..m
thet j1'r.--iden. announettcinIt the dliii-s:. m of
C.e.rnhempen. aned cee!-ing' Mr. lre:.- ret''l t
C!.erendem's ist note. .
M~lr. Mvarey .stabe. i th Ie coeli:~ItCory - i:
t.ed foer I he it rhl. veme ...i r :I a r -
InIetorL a-. repr~ I :;.- I reawi'.
as the' Pe.i ;,-:. ,e:.' ' . -- 0n -' h 9.
t hiat Cranwut.e ..ai I;.-- C .e.ni- iin: -I.--.
theay hate bjeenO din - . hIll.OX ex:e .-e. .
sire that ite dipelomat ic rii!atn. eof tIme twLo
Goaverntl 1 ..b;dl noelt be inl:Ol erpted.
-e ie thlouse, t he (tremmit it upon TetIrritorieos to
repterted a prelpesi' iln to a-i' t K~n e as ai ~i~'
St:at itht t.hle Toeka CoenstiP t i.m1. Ta D
subject wats poesponted till June 25.hi. re
ENGLISH MINISTER AND CONLULS DISMISSED..
tote, the Briti..ht Al Inister, aned Anthoeeny B.el:.y-.t
Cent-il at New Yoerk ; Cha:rle~s Rawereen. at i
Citecjina i ; and Geoerge B3. .ila;thtew, Concsul atri
THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTION. i
WVasaitscrTox, AlayV 30.-'The mnessage .eef tilea
Pre-ident yester.:Iy upoli Cenltral Atmeriein atf
fairs eniieos a letter to Ddlas.1. frtem 3larey nt
dated .iay 24 th itt wheich he sayvs that r.e Iteer
thl:mt subtmit toe ob!ii:ttatins wit munt reciplre.lti
betnefits he would deetm it his dtuty toe peropt.e hi
to Cogress ant ann~Ube-:t oft the treatty. .L;
ie is wi ling hoewever, tie re.fer all qetestions
emabratcing the rightfultt litmits eof 13 ize, thle Bay ' s
I .slnd andiiMi 1el u ito, to Ctlemit scientttii: men.~ :1bl
in E3uroepe a-:d Amterica. lHe in-tructs D duas, :fu
also to aiscertaitn whlelhler thediill'erenlce cant be .,b
*promptly termnited by direct ne~gotiatioen and .tt
-if* not, what points it is desired to refer to arbi. bi
t rat ion. b
A CHALLENGE REFUSED.
\VASINGOro, iley 29 -.Ilr. jBrotoks to-day
chatlletnged Mir. WVilseon of Maissachtusetts. Tnle
ilatter reaplied th-it he was no duci'ist, but wonud dz
defenld hitmself if attacked. '
INDIGNATION MEETING IN BOSTON. tr
Bosrox. 31:my 25.-T'ne largest mee.tineg ever oi
held in Fanettil Hail took place on laist evetting,t<
to express indigtnation for the assaiult uponedn
tsenator Sumner. Governor Gardnc'r presidied. a
Forty Vice Presidents ref thec most distingutished
men of all patrties, were apepointed. Governor a
Gairdter chtaratcterised tile atisault as exceedinlg ol
in grossness antd brutality anythintg inl the writ, hi
tan pages of history, and cailled tupon Congress tO
to expel the assaiilant. The Governor's seniti
mlenits were responded to by tretmentdous cheer
ig throughout. Appreepriate resolutionts were t
adopted after tin speechtew of manly gentletnend1
-representintg all tue political parties Alaniy
speche were utusnally warm atnd elicitinlg.
A CONStUL FoIL NtCAnAGUA.-Ciharles S. WVil
let, late assisianlt etditer oft te New York Mir- tb
ror, h-is lien ttppointed Crensul feer Nicaeruegna, th
at thaI pcrt, itmder the Walker-.tivas gove-rn. 'In
mnent. Thte office is said to be worth $2.000 C
DEtSTIIUCTIvB FlUE IN CH ASRLOTTE, N. C.-On ,
Tutetdciy tmeerittg last a very de-ttrtnetive fire 'A
breeke oeut in Cnlariatte. N. C. whiichl de'stroyed ou
the Amlericatn Hletel andl severail other buildings.
The loss is .said to be healvy.
Ax AFFLICTtSG CAsuALur.-We regret to
lea-rl thaut Marion, a son of Mr. W. S. Woof, or
Wiantsboere' 5. 0., wits drowned near the village I
of Wintnaboro' ont Thursday afternoon last. kt
lie hlad beent bathinig i the creek, and ventnured
CROPs IN EASTERN TEXAS --The Rusk(Chero
en county) Enquirer, of the 6th inst., says:
'rrps are in a fine condition in this and neigh
oring vounties,-and the prospect bids fair for
n abundant fiarvest for corn, cotton, rye, oats,
rheat, &c.; indered the cereals seem especially
gremiso a realization of the fondest hopes of
ur fargers, who have turned their ,atentina to
IT strikes us that there is a world of wisdom"
i the followii~g quotation-brief as it is:
" Every school boy knows that a kite would
at fly uiless it had a string tying it down. It
i just so in life. The mant wll) is tied down by
aIf a dozen blooming responsibilities and their
iother will mnce a higher and stronger flight
Ian the bachelor, who. having nothing to keep
in steady, is always floundering in the mud.
you want to rise in the world, tie yourseif to
Anong the docnments just sent to Congress,
a-letter rom .Mr. Marey to Mr. Wheeler, writ
!n immediately after learning that he had opened
multientions with the Walker govermtuent,
a which Mr. Marey ays:
"'The information we have here relative to
ie state of aiffnirs in Nicaragua, leads to the
'cusiun that such a course was unadvisable.
is stronely objectionable, because it may be
mstrued to imply, in some degree. :in approval
y the United States of the proceedings of those
-mostl foreigners-who have, by violence,
eerturned the ormer Government of that State,
iII assumed control over it. A very diffreit
iew is taken here of the political condition of
ings in Nicaragu::.
" Considering the means by which the power
ant now predominateS in that State was ob.
ined, and the nanner in which it is exercised,
can have n;) just preLten..i4 to be regarded as
en a de faclo Goveritnent. You will, there
re. on the receipt of this despitch, at once
ase to have any enmni niention with the as
imed rulers of that country."
Another revolving pistol has been invented.
has a migaizinie in two see:eion, each caU-0ble
counttainiig sevel etri.ige<, so that i h'e isistol
IV he fired fourtien times. The eatridres are
rown into a rivolviniii block by a spir.tl spring.
h. pistil is elfc.;pping. It is an Albany (N.
A lill to pii,ii drniliiess has biven intro
iced into the Lzgi.latutre of M.ossachusetts. It
rovi les as follow.,:
Seelion 1. Aiv person who shill i be gniltv
the crine of d rutken ness, by the voluntary
<e of inToxienitingt. liginors. ,t Ill for the first
r.-ne'e be punli'lied4 by a1 fite no"t e-xceeding-' live
or by coniineent iin ohe huse rL ior
eion for a' term not exceedin thirty dayis.
Il A.\ LT ItG, J1une:.
COTro -Onr market the p4ast week has been
ite du:3 Pr ces arie *1n y j..min d. .1 eropl 1.1t
66 b ties chia:ge ! ! 1ii !s on SaatrJay at I U cents.
e q.te ..s extre.l-s ?' to. in1 K.
A 3mm Slv.1.
i TON.-TiOe nia;rk It i r.% til-ut. aiid we hear
SI:srToN. May 3ti.
cr --T'i :it .- was . xtrenelv e
I . . :'re i U - I t e :;t.i
.\ :: r- t:x .~!a I c .
n~ U,.u .ia ini .a !' een..ts. Othier aicles re
a .-o: d.
A .i;,0 n t --t ! is. he the ! ev. $. P. Get
*I ..u..C'jr. .i G r.; ad,:a i SUs.t.N
ni.:J. aL his : 6-. . .'i...i1.a ('. AbJieOn Co.,
.a..ua. at 8 ~ ' oc oni Sa~ur-hLy miirmnig, the
2.: . M. don Out.o. o, .eo ., ini the 6 :thi year
The .U I..,t of uisit nleo was~ born in Eibert
,2ait , t G:.rgma. Fdb :u Ih i.4 the .,ea L 1 i.-9.
henu .1uite aL by, his faulhter . i l:ed ini Ed::'.-fich
-tiet, '.o. Ca.. lie was therett irased, married andi
. .\ab:iin:1. mied seitedl thle pitCe oft his resiece.
his inadustry aniu] eon omy lhe was abound.niitly re
~r.Ied by a b *uni;,ful Provideince. tie was ei-i
uty moet uas.u:iit. anu.t quiet ini a.1 his
miiLitet).m and i mteourse amaonig his fellowe men.
u was an hiumbil.e and devotedt ehristian. ii is
th was imi:nioveuty tixed in die effiency iii the re
miption oft .J esus Christ. A t thle kate of thie do-tk
hey aind shadne ..s uf death this fai.th did not for
ke him. Thus l.vaid and thu< died a go *d moan,
~oudi hius'3aimd, anad a goodt tiner.
in the laniguiage of anuthier, we n'ilI close this brief
licautifo! is old age--eaiutifuh ais the slow drop
hi mellotiv autu nU if LI rcen gloriouis souuniner. it
e obd llom ntiture has fiilit her work ; u-he !e'ads
Ii with tLter bl.-sings; she fi.dIs himi withI thet Iruit
a welt spent lIeo ; anid, s-urrun~dedl by his chiil
ent andI hiis chikdren's chii.hreno, u-he raocks him
9t y aiway to a Lgrav, to ahiehi he is hollowedl with
esmgs. Go I turb.d we sumal~ i inot ca~Llh it beant.
I it is beaut:ul, but certainly not the mll.st
autiful. There is aniother life-hatrd, rotughi, antd
Lrny ;troddhen withI bleeding feet anid aching
os the life o u hc bethie cross is the symbol ; a
tle .a hieh no~ p<.aee ftlulons this side of the~ graive;
dic the grave grasps to tinai.Ih before the vietory
wonl ; anidustrangie that i sh *ubi be so : ths is
ehighest I. Ie ot mian. UDR. CLOUI).
Ditco,'n the 8th of May, at the residence of his
ughter, Mary Rtobertsun, A Slain MOnoAN, ini his
tie was born and ra'se.1 in this District, betwecn
-pens' Creek and Savannih Rliver. 'lie was a
I patternf of our heroie fatliers who wonm for us
r liberty. Ie 'vas res )lute andi nnibitious-thioughs
Syoung to enigage in the w~ar. hie i a< atctive itt
apersing frlom the coutrty the hordes of robbers
I outlaws that infested the country alter thte war.
lIe was a very wecked imani in thu-e anys ; but by
ireside sermion, delivered to himu by a couple of
I pious women, lie was made to see the error of
Sways, and turn therefrom, ile joiined fe ltap
SChurch, at CGalhouni's Mills, soon atter, where
niciembership ever remained, lie was confinied
his room nearly twelve months, with generail de
ity. lie wished not to live any longer, but car
sly pratyed that if it was God's will lie wvihed to
.God heard his prayer, andi lie is gone.
May 31, 16'56. G. W. M.
TilE Unlin meieting of uh.: F'ourth Division of
c Edgefleld Bauptis-t Association will meet with
SMt. Lebanon Church, on Friday the 27th .June.
trductory Serimont to be preached by Brother
ett, at I t ii'clock. A. Sr.
Subjects for Discussion.-What are the best
ants to be used to bring out the gifts of the church.
so, the best plan fur the spiritual iustiuetion of
S. P. GETZ1im, MoDPRA-roa.
fY Debtors and Cred.tors, in South Carolitia,
Lare respectfully referred to Dr. D). C. Tiomp
s, who will close imy unsettled business.
J. R. TOMPKINS.
ri,.tigstnn. Aln.. .Tune .4. 1858, 3t 2t
Look out for Him.
STRAY ED from the subscriber a
small IRON GRAY HORSE,
about six years old, shod all around.
He paces a little when under saddle, and is a very
fast trotter in harness.
Any person taking up the horse and addressing
me at Edgefield C. 11., or deliver him to me will be
J. A. ADDISON.
June4, tf 21
T OLLED, before me, by Vm. W. Miler, an
estray BA Y MA RE. Said Mare is of small
size, well made and in good order-supposed to be
I six years old. Apprinbed at seventy-five dollars.
The Estray can be seen at my residence, four miles
south of Edgelield C. 11.
J. L. ADDISON, Magt.
Torn's Creek, June 4. tf 21
T S.TRAYED from the Subscriber's residence,
IMay 27th, a small sorrel MARE MULE, five
or .-ix years old, well formed, though dish faced.
No marks except that of the gears. The said niule
was bought from a man from North Carolina or
I think she is trying to m-ike her way back to
the place from which she cane.
The said Mtule was last heard of at J.amehs Dorn'#.
Any one taking up said Ml!e will confer a tizvor
by dropping me a lin.t itt Edgefield C. 11. All rea
sonable expenses will be cheer-u:ly paid.
June 4, 185G. tf 21 j
T 1 OLE) beore me, as an estray, by TTenry
Keel, living eight and a half miles North
West of Edgefield C. 11., fin the EdIrMld &
Chcatham Phitk Road. ote CR E 01 1 lORSE, ap
praised at thirt:-five dollars, by .1. Cheattham. G.
Cheatham an i Guy Broadwater. Said horse is of
ordinary s'ze, a small white spot on forehead1, fore
knees a littlc spruna, some marks of gear about the
shoulders, supposed1 to be about eleven years old.
LEMUEL CORLEY, M. E. 1).
June 4, 1 50. im4m 21
RO .S. Dnnhar, llamburg. S. C., about
5lah lay, a small BAY \ARE PON KY, 4
or 5 years uld. with a very heavy mane anid fore
tip-to pereptibenmarks ; bare fooied raised by
Cnpt. B. .\Mims. Any insomatio-n wil be tlantik
fully rceeived. and a liber.tl rward for delivery at
lamnburg, S. C. B. S. D UN BA k.
June 4, 18..6. 2t 21
XTIJLL be let to the low, st bidd.-r at hTorse Creek
clirige, Iiist day 09 July next. the building
of a I;-idee at said place, aeris said ereck. Platfs
and spieeilieitios inade kniown at the same time
COMM ISS10N ERS OF ROA DS,
Loweer iattal.n, 7th Iu gim't.
June 4,1S.W. 4t 21
D . J. .!!CUT' T, htaving Ieented at Col
her's, twe.lve iiins W st of E4-tliehl C. IL.
1-r tIe 1,AC.W 1.C l .1 E 1 ) N :1 N , refsee1.tly
otfers ii-.sirvie., to the sut roundisg eiiutiiuiity..md
thet puilve g.--nerlly.
C.hi. -. June 4, l.si If 21
A TJOR.A L EXC41194soF FIC E,
\ LU. pers.-ns 'indeb10:1 I to .nh:, I.eizih ill stims
i. er tweity .ieas .tre iegi -ti.I ti it isnd
tis :,sTie. wh .-i will 6ve heisl --% cry siy iuit j the
oIt;h w- this m1 1ih : no t ll indebtel ill su-ns svier
:-:m .l.l its C e:ittne- l ths meeistn.i;frnun thIis da~te
iuntil thie toe',.ty -. ich' hi of .July. aft r which timeiL
thi- etn .s el .se-, itnds war steehlarsd mnost poui
tie. JOllN I.EiGil.
KserlieIld C. hi., Jutne 4. 1S56. 8t 21
EI)G t:1-Iht l s - llC I ,
It' A II)IN A Rs Y.
B Y W. F. DL'IlSuE,-squiire, Orsina~fry of E.Ig
Wh.-reas, ii. T. Wri~tht htith ar phr to ins e
f.sr lrtters of Asiniini'trutiion. .sn nil an. sintpt iri th
potis a- d chalies, ri::hts not eresttts isf .lhn itris,
laite sf the D);t rie as resai-, sl.-etesd.
Thlese- are. th-i-refuire, to cats ati atninsih lil ad
sirisnhsir, thte kiired l r eihrclterist of t satisi sle,:--: s.
esl, inr be anel atppesar hel-Ire in., at ouir nexst I tribwir y is
(Cmni i for tihe .si.t Distrait., ts e hohh-net at I-.stletient
C.II1., otn tihe 9th dayi sf .ustn nest,* tos snow
esne-. if asny, why the sid adsmun~strti.na s.9:ora w
Ge-ni undter rmy hand andi seal, this 2Slh day ol
ilaye. int tt.- yeasr of ont 1.uord iste thulsands entsi
hundred. in-] lift y-six,~ aid ini she 8Jthi year of Attest.
can ii.lependceitut. I
WV. F. DJU RISOE, 0. E. >
May 23 st 2
The friends of G . Ita. Tl I \l A N Esq.. respec.t
fully announce hi at as a andlidate, for re-eletien,
tos a Seat in the llou~e of Representatves at the next
Thle many friends of W.. W. S A TE. Essg., of
liambttursr, ini ths uppser part of the Distriet, risp' et
fully announce him as a enndidate for Sherif of
Edlgefie-ld D istrict at the nesxt eetion.
Thte friends~ of Co. WiL.trM QuArTF.CUM res
petfully announce hims as a Casndidate for Shietiff
sof Esdgefieldl at the ensuing -election.
lDThe friendss of Col. M. C. M. UIA?.IMOND
respect fully ntuttune him ass a Canididate fisr a seat
in the I flouse oif Rtepresentaties at the tnext eletiotn.
& TnE Friends of Da. G. M. Y A RBROUG[1
respectfully annountce him as a Candidate for a r'ent
in the Ilouse of Rtepresetatives at the ensuing:
. [ TE Friendls of Capt. RtOBERT MEnti
W ETII ER rspetfully noinuiite himn as a Catndi
date for a Sent ini the Ihouse of Representatives at
its next Session.
UT TnlE Friends of CAREY W. STIL ES, Esq..
respeetlully antiounce him us a Candidate for a Seat
in the next Legislature.
The friends of Mr. W M.GR EGG, respectfully an
nounce hinm as a candidate for a seat in the niext,
Thefiencds of MA.T. JAMES BfLACKWELL
respectfully announace him as a Candidate for a seat
in the next Legislature,
gr Tn Friends oif Col. JOhN QUA TTLE
BUM respectfully announice him a's a Candidate for
a Seat in the llouse of Representatives ai the cen
& We ate authoizedl to announce LEWIS
JON ES, Esq , as a canidiate fosr re-election for
Shterifi'cf Edgslield Distict.
O7 TnEs Frienids of Mr. ROBERT D. BRYAN
resp~etfully announcee him as a Cansdidate for Cler1c
or Edgefield District at the next election.
O7 TnE Friends of Capt. II. BOUl~WA RE
respectfully announcee him as a Candidate for Sheriff!
of Edgehield District att the next election.
Wor Tax Collector
THOMAS B. REESE,
M. B. WHITTLE,
BAR NTW T.AMAR.
LADIES' D.RESS GODS.
WILLIAM SHEAR, -
H AS JUST RECEIVED from New York,
Plain Crape MAIR ETZ, Bl'k Silk GR ENA
DINES.and BA1REGES, of beaut:ful styles;
Rich Printed BAREGES and Plain Col'd
Printed Ol1GANDIES and JACONETS, of the
Wat at Paris styles;
Ladies' Spring and Sun.mer SILKS, of new and
English and French PRINTS and BRILLIAN
A splendid asmortment of Ladies' Spring and
Superior Plain und Dotted Swiss, blull, Nainsool
and .laconet ML USLINS,
Checked Nainsook MUSLINS, a beautiful artich
for Ladies' Dresses;
Printed LAWNS, of superior styles, warranted
fast colors, and at very low prices.
The public are respectfully requested to call ani
examine the assortment.
Augusta May 2S tf 20
H AS ON IIAND heavy Cotton OSNATBURSG
of the Augusta Manufacturinf Company
Richmond Factory and Georgia STRIPES.
Graniteville 30 inch and 4-4 Brown STIRTINGS
A ugusta Manufacturing Co. 30 inch and 4-4 Browr
Bro wn SIllRTINGS at very low prices, usei
with bouse paper, and for linings, all of w~ih wil
be sold at very low prices by the ba!e or piece.
Country M erchants and Planters are reque.ted t<
call and examine thei asortment.
Augusta lay 28 tf 20
MORE NEW GOODS.
CHEAP FOR CASH,
WIMLIAM-E. CRAINE-AUGUSTA GA.
IS constantly receiving by EXpress from Neu
York additional suplies of NEIV ANL
FASHIONABLE GOODS which were purchis
ec at reduced prices and will be sold very low fu
C ASI-I. Arnong the l1:st receive#d are
New styles ilnek Brocede SILKS;
Superior Maek loui-ning do.
Fine Black Eniii Root CRAPE;
ine lIlank CIIALLIES and BAREGES;
Bareges and Muslin Robes newest styles, a grea'
Pinled Lawns and Mnuslins fiom 10 to 23 ets.
Beaitirul style Prints from 6t to l2 cs.
Spring and Suninner SILKS from S to 1.25
Black, White. and Col'd MANTILLAS, new
A large nasortnent embroidered COLLAR44
front 121 to $3
New styles French Organdies nnd Jaconets
.Emroidered Sleees, leantiful an] ebheap
Plain and Embroiderd white Crape SIAWS
Lad is and Gents':otton I lose from 12b to 37
swiss, Javeonet and Checked Mluslins, very elhea
l'ariso's, Silk and Cotin bnilirlls very chcaip
Drap -te. Linen Coatinas. Linen Drillingxs
Cottoile and iother kinds of guods suitable foi
Gentlemans wiar. very low.
Bileaned ani Brown Slhirtings, Cotton and U'ner
sheetoi. Irish l.iien Diapers, Ticks.and a grea
variity -of other gioods
.\lny 28 2t 20
Valuable Land for Sale.
T Il I ESu'-scr;ier. lesirous of niviing. offers foi
I sale h;Is valuable l'litntation, situateid 19 mil-I
from Eilgelield U II.. and within two miles of .\t
W ll:in. containinu I al-iacres.
The lace w:' be sold the whle together, or wi.
he divided into the following tracts to suit purelm
The 1one Place,
C ntniing 735 ner-rs. ulpon which there is an excel
lent ilouse with ti ro.mus, all neessary iiuthuildincw
iosmt oif which are framied,) thI liiouse, .Serew
Stahh-is. Negro llousesu antd all the ciinveniencees ol
Albout '150 acres on this place are eleared. ont
third i01 whieh is fresh land-the remaninder is iti
eiiid bt art anid is well aapted to cittoin andl grrin
The l'iniee is vry heuahy, pleaisantly located tori
very desirable to any one working from 10 to 2(
2. The Bonhana Plnce,
Cntinang -I14t acres, tupon which there is a com
fotale dlwelling? with ntecssary uiuthinildings-nhbou
10fl0 acres om Forest landi anid 3411 airres cleared, f.0
sif whic-h is li at and seconm! year's laind. of excellen'
gunlity, zos-d fojr e ,n an.I esttiin ;alsi 25 acres of
low-a r-siund the remain:!er in a fair state of culti
3. The Pine..Lanud Tract,
Cintmr g 18S7 ie-c es. abiut 18 aer. s clh armd, thu
rem::ind-r heavily timrohed andil equald if nut supie
rior in pauduet ve-neSs to anyv ine-Imand itn this sec
tion it thme I strict.
I'u-rsons desirrius of puirchaing will do well to.
unil :-iin andiu i xamim- 'inr theims'ves. Or fur itn
f..rmititin, adldr-ss Ihe subl'crib~er at Mt. Wiilin"
I-:ieildI 1)st..et. Ter-ms ot sale wvl~l hi a-comno
antimig. J. C. IMKINS.
\ln 7, 1-5G. trf 17.
SPR NG AND SUMMLVER
Dress for Gentlemen,
1!TU13I) inv ite aitti mntein to, a CiteEC WroCK il
SV G Goiods impsorited fo r lhe seasonl-emibracingu
every :rtiece for GentIclemens Weiar, all w1
the newvest style, anud to p)las all, evenm the motst
TRIMMIINGS FOR THE TRADE,
All the ni-west styles of trimmings for the trade,
supplied on the most lhheral terioi.
W.\. 0. P'RICE & CO.
.Dra pers amnd Tailors,
255, Droad St , Augusta, Ga.
A pril 30, 1856. 2m 16
Spring and Summer Goods.
R 1 1.! LlV A N has justreceived andl ipened
e his S prinig and Suommer GOOD1), to whmich
ie respetfully enlls the attention of his friends and
the comnimunity generally, the Stoek coniSit viz
F~rench Jacct net M USLINS;~
French Organmdee Muslins ;
French Ber-ages nnd Tissues ;
Pr-its and GINGllI[S :
Alipneaas and BO.IBA Z!NE ;
Col andi Blk. 811 A LLKYSt
Biack and Plaid SI LKS and a fine and large as
sor-tment of White Goodsu.
iDrap D~e et and Itailiani CLOThT;
White and lBrownt Linin il ILLS;
Plain and Tuilled COTI F'UN Al )ES ;
Elenehed and Brown SH EETING;
Bleached and Brown SIll RTI NG;
A line lot Ir~sh LIN ENS:
Bonnets anid Botnnet IRibbo~ns in any variety;
Iloiery and Gloves of mall kinds;
Ilats, hioits.Sho~es, Crivkery and Glass Ware;
Ilard ware nnd Cutlery. Satddler-y and Groceries.
Please call and examine my stock, for we wvill take
great pleasure in showing it.
A pril 2 tf 12
RICH ERBfROID ERIES.
HT AS .JUST II ECUlf I D from Newm York
l.andies' Enibroidered Muslin COLL ARS andl
UN ItERLSLEEVE~S,of new anid beautiful sty tes;
Ladie-s' Embroidered Muslin BASQUJES, of rich
and elegant styles:
Rich V ALENClENNES, Latco COLL ARS and
UNERSLEEVES, in setts;
Swiss amnd Jneomet Worked BANDS, INSER
TINGS and ED)GINGS:
Rich V A lENCI EN NES and Thread Lace
EDGINGS and INSEKRTINGS;
Ladies' Scolloped and Emibroidered Linen Cam
Ladies' Embroidered SKI RTS,of beautiful styles.
To all iof whioh thme attention of thme Ladies are
ay- 2 tf 20
H L, CUNNINGHAM & CO,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN g
FOREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS, r
HAItsURG, S. 0. .t!
E take this opportunity of returning thanks 1
W to our patrons and friends for the very liberal
encouragement and favors we have' received for
several years past, and respectfuly solicit a continu
anee or the same. Our highest aims, and best en
deavors will be to merit arid deserve the patronage
of our old customers, fricnds and the public gene
rally, by conducting our business as we have done
heretofre, and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And making it to the decided advantage of all who
favor us with their trade. n
The increased patronage we have received and n
are coninually receiving has induced us to BUY
A LARGE and WELL ASSORTED
Stdek of Goods, in order to meet the growing de
mands and increase of trade.
THE SUPERIOR QUALITY 1
Of all Goods offered to the Public at this establish- a
ment, is so well known that very little need be said
upon this subject. But with the unity of LOW
PHICES, and the very best qualty of GOODS,
is the system of business the subscribers are deter
mined to carry out. This will be made applicable
to every branch of trieir business.
Our Goods in all instances will be what they are
represented to be-and when sold by sample, shall
ahvays be in conformity with the sample.r
We are eonstantly r, eviving and have in Store a
COMPLETIs ASSORT.\ENT of
-consstng -it- r
LOAF, CRUSTIEI), CLA l1l[ 'FIE, ST. CROIX
AND ORLEANS SUGARS,
ORLEANSSYRUP& CUBA MOLASSES,
TENNESSEEL ANI) HALTIllORE BACON
SODA. STARC , SOAP, t
WHITE WINE ANI) APPr. VINEGARS, &c.
A large assrriment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting of l'ipes. I ilf Pipes :and Quarter Casks of
Of the T-llowing e kLbratel Brandq and Vinlages,
Otard, Dully & Co., 1638, 18-14, 1847.
A],ex. Signlett, 185%, 1855. 1
uMartel & Co., 18 17.
A nat Si-nett, 1F49.
,. J. lupy, 1918.
P. Sitnett. 1850.
OLD BORDEAUX, CHJAMPAOiVE BRANDIES
MADEIR.\, PORT ANI) S11ERRY WINES,
JAMAICA AN1) ST. CROIX RUMS,
'IIlStN'S EAGLlI W 111 S K E Y. AND
Domnestic Liquors tf all kinds!
The Arranacments of our Store are sudh as to
manke this Establishnment in fEet the substitute of
tihe cetiar of every consumer.
IOTELS and persons wanting small assorted
lots ot Choice Wines and Liquors for special ocea
sions, can be supplied at the.shortest notice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the wholesale
FAMILIES can command the best Table Wines
at very low p:iees, its also the cheapest sorts of
Wine< and Liquors for culinary purposes.
IlYSICIANS requ:ring tine Liquors for medi
al purposes are- particularly solicited to call and ex
amine our Stoiek.
We keep constantly on ian a
gatles, WVhips Saddle It
Tilnnkets, I'ed Blankets,
several Cases of tin~e Sewed and
Vegged lloots and Sihoes, Lnalies,
Misses atnd Childrenn's Shoes, Water
pr..of flunting anid Diteher's lloots, lioys and r
31en's B3rogans from Non I to 15. also, Fur,
Wunil andl Si:k hlats. Clith. Piush and
Faney Capes, Osnabnrg4. Sheet-*
ngd, Shirtings, Stripes Geor
gin llins. G unny and.T
We solici C.\Sil O)It-:RS from parties noty
visiting our Towvn. and will cendeavor in all instomn
cs to sati-,fy ineeyparicular,alwh cofe
hiirde:s inn als.o h~i
cogv u nll before they make their purchases.
by elingtem their suppqli,-s LOW~" ER thamn thneyh
7'ewill- give the miarket prices for Cotton,y
an eerither kindl of p:-o:!uec ffer-d.
11. L,.CUNNINGIF AM,
G. (2. CU N NINGI Al.1. t
Hannburg slay 28 1856 6mn 20
Edgefield Flying Artillery,
YOU are hereby summoned to
__be and appear at your parnde
gronid (Edgefield C. II.,) for
Drill annd I nntrunin, on Saturday 7thn ol Jnne
Am n eh-etinnll on thant day be held, fur tirst and
ltynrder or W. C. 310RAGNE, Capt.
E. .\nims, 0. S.
A pril 1) 9t 13
Brought to the Jail
OF th's Djistrict, on thie 1ith inst, a nepro mn
fwho .avsm his name is AM 3BROS and thnat henS
b-nimgs to .\r. Evrett if Alaahiha; said negro salys
he was snild at J1. Dobey's sale andn purchnased by I
air. A. P. Iinnler foir Mir. Everett. lIe Is about
live feet 10 iniehrs high, of dI:wk complexion, and I
about 21 yeanrs ol. Ni marks perceivable.
The aownier is requested tn come foirward, prove I
property pay chnarges and take hin away, otherwise
he will be dealt with as the law directs.
J AS. EIDSON BE .D.
Many 21, 1856 tf _ _____ 19
-Valuable Lands for Sale,.
T IE Subscriber olters for sale thne TR ACT OF
.LAND in w hich he now lives, situated on
Savannah Htiver, sevenuteen miles above Augusta,
well ;ndnmpied to the cultivation of Cotton and Grain,
containing 1176 Acres,
more or less. Between five annd six hnundred neres
Iof cleared land, oine hnundlred of wvhich is first quali
ty low grounds. aind nine hnundrt d acres fresh, whilst I
the balanice onf the eleared land is in a fiir state of
cultivation. The place has several fine springs on
it. On the premises are all necessary buildings. a:
It is as hnealthy a location, andl as moral and intelli
gent a neighborhood as enn be found ia the District.
One other T raet containing FIV E HUNDR ED it
AND TW ENTY ACRES, lying near tine june
ture nif the lleaverulanmannd Turkey Creeks. On ~
the preimises are all necessary buildings, with I
Several gonid Hprinngs. Thne place is healthy, located &
in a fihne neighborhuod, anud well adapted to a smnall
. The above hands will be sold on accommodating
terms, and if duesired, negro property, at lair prices,
will be taken in payment. I will take pleasure im
showing thne lands to any who mnay wish to purchase,
or any infoirmation given by addressiing the subseri
br at Woodlawn, S. C. J. B. HOLMEIS.
Oct 2 8me 38
Corn Meal and Hominy E
ALW AYS for sale at the stubscriber's residence.
-Jn Gm 7
HAMBURG, S. C. -
JOHN A. MAYS, PROPRIETO1.
r 1111. Public arc respectfully in- t
formed that this Hotel has under- ,. 3
Dne a thorough repair, and has been i
:fitted in the BEST STYLE. regard
's of expense, aind was opened on the Fir - i.
er, for the reception of Boarders and acc.om auo.
r Transient customers.
The best accommodation is guarantied -*t ii.. --
ho will favor the Proprietor with their pat.-t:
nd the Management will be such as to ..i..
>r the House, the reputation it has alwa% -, .
lined, as the Best Hotel in Haniha-;.
The Proprietor assures the public that at ... -
hall be spared on the part of the Manae.,ta.: ..
irnish the Table with the best viands the Maa :-*tr
ugusta and Hamburg afford.
Families visiting our Town are solicited it .
call, as our best exertions shall be devottal
inister to their entire comfort.
2.ttaehed to the Hotel, is a fline L1V Eli' t.
A LE STABLE, kept by C. DANIELS & .1.
;Annico, which is well fitted up and has n'l I.'.
rovender that this Market can possib!y afr-i..
lcy pledge themselves to take as good care r.;
a any other Stable, or no pay.
They are prepared to accommodate Drove:- .i
nd Transient Jiorses at all times, and have . I.
nd Buggies to hire, and will run one or more I' :..
ihenever called for on reasonable terms.
N. B.-They have an eminent Horse F i
vho proposes to cure all curable disease .
lorse, (contagious diseasas excepted.) or i" p.,
nd will be responsible that horses under his:
nent shall be well cared for aud treated are
Hamburg, April 23 1S56. 6m .
Rouse and Lot for Sale.
r IE Subscriber wikhing to lave for parts w i
unknown, offers for sale his Cottage te . -
a the woods three miles North of Liberty liii
3 suited to a Preacher. Teacher or PhysiciLau -- .18..
ierson wishing a healthy residence.
TEas. Low price and long erocit. For p-11
lars inquire of GEORGE GALPH1 IN.
Longnires, P. 0., .'
April 2 1850, if
'TE STORE HOUSE, next East of R. I. --
livan's, 30 feet front and 60 deep, cont:ain
krce rooms below, one above, and a good ceL'..'
['E TAN YARD and Lot adjoining, and ...
aining about three acres.
)NE LOT on'the branch adjoining C. L. 1itf...
R. T. MIM.
Valuable Property for Sale.
H E undersigned, intend'ngto more to Gear. o
rip in a short time. offers for sale the fol'ic -
!alu:ble property in JHamburg-titles indisi *i.
The DWELLING HOUSE and LOT on 31 .?
"orner of Snowden Street. running throug.1
dereer Street. The Dwelling and Kitchen a
rick, covered with tin. On the Lot is a C:rra.
louse, Stable, and all neecssary outhailding;.
The LOT on Centre Street, nearly opprite r
meriesn H1otel, on which isa large TWO STOI.
MRICK BUILDING, recupied as Two Stores:
)welling-lot running through to Cobb Stret. 4
he latter Street is a large back Store.
The LOT on Corner Market and Leavenwnt,'
itreets, running through to Mercer Street. On tI
,ot is a new One and a half Story HOUSE, p.. -
ered and painted.
'IVE IWUNDRED SHARES Hamburg a;4
Mdgefield Plank Road Stock.
The above property will be sold on neeommed...
ig terms, or exchanged for land itn Southern (I.'
;ia, or negroes. 11. A. KENRICI
H amburg, Oct 1 tf 3
Land for Sale.
IHE Subseriver wishing to change his lnc.nt:
Ioffers for sale his VAL UABL E PLA NT..
three Hundred k Seventy-sevenAcrew
ying on saluda River,nand adjoining lands of W.,
.Stroalher, A. Clark and David Payne, no
lozeman's Ferry, and within two or tharee hundre.t
ards of the Greenville & Columabia nail Road.
The Tract contains about one hundred acres in
riginal forest, whilst the rest is under fence. )t %
undred andi lifty is in a high state of cultivati..
f whieh there is faomn seventy-five to rone hunda.
res of line bottom landa equal to any and surpalna.
y none in the State. This plantation has good out
t and excellenat ranges for stock.
On the premises are a good Two Story Dwclleai
louse and all necessary plantation buildings. Al.--..
Spring of never failing water.
gg Any persin wishing to purchase will cnll tin
we Sn!.scriher~ whlo rea-ides on the premises, and a
ill take pleasure in showing thtem the tabove tre:
J. W. MAYN A Rt.
Nov 21 tf 4
adeira and Sherry Wine".
U'ST lIMPORTED and in Store two casks.
pure and fOne old MAIDE1RA a-a
sHE RRY wines. Pronounced by t.
et judges -'The finest ever offered inthais mark.'
II. L. CLTiNN IN G ILA M & C(
Tamburz, May 21, 1856 tt. 19I
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
IAs ON hAND a complete assortment -
ST APLE DR Y GOODS, among which a .
New York Mills anad Water Twist 4-4 lBleu-h'.
W hite R ack and Bates' soft finish 4-4 Bleach.'.t
I11RTIN GS :
Loasdale anid Manchester 41-4 B'.enehed Sul
Allendle and Hamilton 12.4 Bleached SHIEETl
Superior 12-4 Linen SITEETINGS and Pillaiw
'ase Linens, at very Iow' prices;
Sueior 4 4 Irish LINIENS and Long L AWN-1.
Sprior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Dl A -
Superior Damask Table CLOTHS and NAP.
Plain' Whtite, Pink and Blue 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4I
leavy PRI NT1S, at very low prices, for servants:
(hinon Gula PLAIDS, Lancaster GINGHAM.:.
nd Marboro PLAIDS for female servante;
Heavy COTTONADES, of various styles, fis
iale servants :
Pain u hite, Brown. Buff and Fancy DRII.
,NGS, for Gentlemnhcu' Youthas' and Boys' Suat
lAdies' White Unir CLOTIT, Marseilles Corded
od Grass Cloth SKIRTS;
Ladies' Freanch CORSETTS and Silk Gauze and
,isle Thread VESTS;
Lupin's all wool DEBEGE, and other arties
>r Ladies' Travelling D~resses;
.upin's lilack Summer IJOMBAZINES andl
'lain Diack &pe MlARETZ and Blk BEREGES:
Iourning GlNG IIAMNs,of new tandl beautiful styles ;
Superior Black English CRAP'ES for trimmaing
The public are respectfully invited to call and
amine the assortment.
Augusta Miay 28 -tr 20
L TL those indebted to the E.state of JT. E. Free
.man will please come forward and pay up
rwediately ; and those having demaanda against the
state will present them properly attested.
.L. U. JENNINGS,A'
.J. WV. FR ElEMAN, ~A s