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. MESSRS. COLTER & SCOOTER, Editors.
Let idle Ambition her baubles purnue,
Whtitr Wisdom looks down with disdain,
The home of itc farner hais charms ever new,
Where hetilhi, peace and competence reign."
From the Amrerican Agrikulturist.
PRI.NOI FRUIT TREES.
In the present state of horticultural knowl
-edge I-t is about as important to tell the ow
tier of an Orchard, seasonably, what he
should not do, as what he should. Much.
skiil as it requires to .platnt a tree, it require
Etill more to prune it so as to help its growt.
and fiuit bearing. Fortunately for the
'IUrsery-ien, there is so little skill in plant.
i)gr, that a majority of the trees remove6
from the nursery never call for pruning.
The suaneams of their first season remove
every redundant twig with a thoroughnes!
.that the most rabid pruner might envy. A
smlii sample of undersized bean poles is the
autnmn inventory of what went upon his
plantation in the spring as a splendid lot cf
tie choicest fruit trees, purchased at one
'le!!ar ea I. These of course will nct want
forther pruning. But you have an old or
chard, w% ith some dead limbs and a thick,
heavy growth of sprouts, and so much to.
tha:t there is no chance for the sun to get it
to ripen the fruit, what is to be done with it
Do not infer that because you have a keen
edged knife and a bharp saw, that the best
V'ze you can make of them is to go into the
.Ippe tree tops with them in April. The
truth, is, February, larch and April, are
the worst three months in the year for this
purpose. Lay your :runting tools upon the
shelf for the present, and walk with us te
your neighbor's orchard. You see that
many h:ge limbs were removed, and tha:
the old wood is now nearly as black as it
it had been paited, and that a long llacis
tain extends far down the amputated limb,.
greatly injuring as well as difiguring the
lark. E.xauite the wood closely and you
ill fvnd it has already begun to decay.
The whole tree has received a shock b %
this uattwey pruning, and years will not
repair the injury.
The best time for a general pruning is at
ihe close of the first growth of summer,
which is from the 15th of June to the 15th
July. Then the leaves will take care of the
flowing sap, and all small wounds will lie
rapidly healed over. The -large wounds
may lie closed by a coating of tar, thicken.
ed with brick dust, applied warm. Gum
Sheilhc is good, but is more liable to peel
of than the tar mixture.
Never cut a limb for the sake of using
oIr tools. The tops of apple trees do not
re s evere thinning in our hot summers.
Nature moderstands the wants of the tree
4te uch better than the gardener whn
has ha:di his training under the dripping skies
-.i Enghand. The thick limbs and foliag.
.-ro needed to protect the trunk, the larget
branebes and the fruit. You will find youu
airtest specimens in the top of the tree, and
;.artialy shielded from the sun's rays by
shaves. Very small limbs, a half inch
, tbiough,. that cross each other or that inter
fere w ith the symmetry of the top, may
*ow lbe removed, but no general pruning
a ould be attempted.
VURLERY OF CROPS.
THiE farmer must have not one but many
Strings to his bowv, so if one fails he cet
try another. If we depend on Otto kinid of
produtinf, and the season proves bad for it
we are upi "salt river ;" but w'ithi a variety of
.crops we must he right with sotme of themt.
let the season lie what it mtay. Hence, out
uei .enee at least is reduced to'a certaints
which i.s not the case with any other pur.
buit. llesidesC, a variety of crops enabtle e
to be sowitng and harvestitng throughout the
menot. Somte are eatly atnd somec are hate;
Lenee we can be constantly busy, and to
paurpose, which is a great desideratum in a
:old climate. Raisitg many differenat arti.
<ks, p.ermits us to fill up the mneasuare of our
*ame and our cellats, corn cribs and grana
!ts to ovrlwn.Ltl things are ofteut
'.v'etlooked ; but it is many minute atoms
that form the mighty aggregate. Every
asotn k::ows that a wall must be well chink
d or its perpetuity is endangered. Conse.
quently in aigriculturo wo shotdd not forget
'ne day of small things; but endeavor, by
weymeans in our power, to increause our
revenue by mutiplying its productions.
This variety is the spice of life; and by the
exneat of our brow, the curse of labor is
a mve~d I will here mentior, a list of arti.
<!es which td~iost every small or large famr.
hoer may re and sell to profit: wheat,
tye, barley, eats, buck wheat, corn, broomt
4orn, millet, beanis, peas, hay, straw, corn,
fodd~fer, horses, henis, geese, turkeys, beef;
p.ork, tallow, lard, hides, mutton, wood, but.
ter, cheese, milk, flax, flax seed, potatoes,
i~ests, onions, cabbages, carrots, turnips,
. ucurmbers, lettuce, pumpkins, squashes,
..zusknselons, watermelons, tomatoes, peach.
ces, pears, tipples, cider, vinegar, currants,
etxpfls, raspberries, brambleberries, straw
aierries, quintees, cherries, plumas, cranberries,
: asket, willow, walnuts, chestiuts, bees,
h~oney, wvood, maple sugar.
there, then, weo have enumerated sixty
di.%erent articles which, at the lowv average
estimate of $10, will give the handsome
- umn of 6C000. A nice little incom~e, isnt't it ?
'iay wvould it not be a goofplan to keep a
..aok in whicht to register and account our
r op? We might start with, determine to
omie up to the above estimato, and as our
-:perientce, ability and capital increased,
a might doubkt. treble, or quadruple it,
.:eich ist would be 840 for each article, er
is,400 in the aggregate. This matter is
certaitnly worth looking into, if we desire
wealth. Theo Mississippi is a mighty stream,
but ir. -lerives its magnitude and power frotr
the little rills which come pouritng into its
bosom ini the great valley of the West. Ii
is so of wealth or wisdom. We must mul.
tiply the sources, if we would build up
fortune and a reputation.-Dollar Newspa
Take the best glue, four ounees; of isin
glass, two oz.; dissolve these in mild ale
over a slow fire in a common glue-kettle, ti
the consistence of strong glue; when on
ounce and a half of well-boiled linseed oi
must be added, and the whole well incorpo
rated by stirring.
To increase the strength of the glue, mor
isinglass may be added.
This cement is applicable to the joininj
of wood in every branch of manufactures
as also- to jouiig earthware, china, an
glass-care being taken to press the part
well together and to allow them suflicien
time to set.
The cement, when cold, and made inti
cakes, assumes the appearance of indi
rubber, and lire it, is elastic.
It may, at any dine, be dissolved in j
proper iron or glazed earthen vessel, puttini
in a little mild ale, to prevent it burning a
the bottom of the vessels. To oemen
leather together, for harness, bands for ma
chincry, &c., apply the cement while hot
laying a weight up3on each joint. Let then
remain for six hours before using, and thi
joints~ will then become as firm as if of out
entire piece o' leather.
Another is formed ly adling to a solutiom
of gui-animouiae in proof spirit, sonm
isingiass, and u.itiig them in a gentle heat
The cenent is mucn eiployed by entomo
logists, in joining the diklvcated parts o
tn1eets, for which purpose it is exceedingl.
The joints of steam pipes may be fitted,
by placitng between them cloths coated widl
at Mixture of wheaten flour and the whitet
of eggs, made in the cold. This lute i:
harde.ned by the hot vnpurs.
Flour paste may be much improved it
atrength, by incorporatiing powdered rosir
while boiling. This paste binds to ghis.
with great firmness. Its bindiig qualitie,
mtay be. ipnroved by Etirling in a snall picC
It is said that a paste composed of beat
meal and water may be employeflin clobiit
letters, and that such clusures Cannot possi
bly be loosened by directing the steam o1
boiling water upon them.-Pen and Lever.
BenUrMs.-In answer to an inquiry, Dr.
Holmes, of' the Mainc Farner, gives th
6ollowing:-There are various preparations
% hich are " death to bedhngs." One ol
them is nne-half ounce cort'itve sublinate,
dlh.5olVel in a pint of I u11. This is poisoi
enouglh to killany bug or atny body.
Another preparation is this:-Spirits ol
Turpentine, oie.hail' pint ; soft soap, hal
pitt; all shook up together.
The best method we ever found to cleat
a room or house of bedbugs, where th1e
get into the chinks and crevices o' the wall,
is to take cut the furniture and burn sulphui
there. The fumes will kill them wherevei
they penetrate. We have knowu bedbugs tc
live ii) a house that had liot been occupied
by anybody for more than a year.
From the Southern Liht.
WE have frequently thought that this
little plank-road town might be regarded as
an epitome of ancient Athens, about the time
when Paul delivered his famous sermon or
Mars' Hill. Refinement, intelligence; the
cultivation of the beautiful, exhibited in the
tasteful flower gardens and shade trees; an
appreciation of the sentimental, as shewn ir
the development of musical talent; the
liberality manifested in answering to the
calls of benevolence and the patronage be
stowecd upon all kinds of itinerant "institu
tions," and the prying, inquisitive dispositior
that lends a ready ear to every new doe.
trinle, but tires of it as quickly-spending
time "in hearing or telling some new
tthing"-all these, we repeat, mark the char
aeteristics which distinguished the famed
Attican city. Would that we could add 1
is unlike it in a greater manifestation of
sense of the~ siuperiority of the spiritual t<
the carnal, the heavenly to the earthly, th<4
eternal to the temporal.
Still, it may be said, thank the Lord, that
to sonie extent, in this respect there is
wide disaimoilarity between the picture and th<
miniature fac-simsile. There are some "Jivin;~
epistles" of christian character to be founc
in our midst, while some gone before, " be
ing dead yet speak" in the recollections c:
their pious examples.
But our object in writing this article i
not to praise or censure the people, but ti
call attention to some inducements wvhicl
Edgefield holds out to thosa desiring
pleasant locality either as a place of per
mranent residcee or temporary resort
IThat which is regarded as of first importance
as a sine gua non, as a recommendation ex
ceeding every other earthly consideration
we think may be found here in a degret
not surpassed by any part of the State. W<i
mean, of course, 11E.LTH.
We have not travelled much ourself. but
have read some, a'nd seen those who havi
rambled pretty extensively, and these dc
not hesitate in drawing a comparison be
tween Edgefield and elsewhere to includ<
the world in the latter category.
For our own paert we have only to say
that since we irave been here, with ou:
liamily. wve have been greatly blessed in re.
gard to health, and that, as respects the
elimate and water, they are good enough.
Waiving all discussion as respects the sani
tory piroperties which are claimed for the
chtalylbeate and sulphur waters in the neigh
borhood of~ the village, the free stone i:
clear, cold and palatable; and, in regard t<
climate, it is not often during the summe:
that a little bed-covering is not pleasan
through the eight.
Next ir. order, and we think first it
importance, is to bie noticed the religiou
privileges of the place. W~e have then, it
the village, three Churche;; Methodist
Episcopalian and Baptist; the first havinj
preaching once a fortnight, the two las
every Lords day ; besides service during th
week ; and Sunday schools connected wit]
all. In addition to these, we remark fo:
the benefit of those who fancy things out c
the re'gular order, that there are occalsiofna
visits by a Reman Catholic Priest, an<
sundry Universalist preachers. In regar<
to the appearance and fitting up of oua
Churches, they might indeed be better, stil
te arc comfortable to the irsrhippers
and the sotnds.of the "Sabbath Bells"
they ring out on the stillness of the mo:
ing and eyening air, serye to bring up
the minds of isitors, associations of "hoi
in the city."
I Again, as regards educational advantag
Edgefield hasal.ways occupied a respeetai
position. Our leading institutions in t
s line, at present, are the Male Academy, i
der the direction of a competent and eni
getic teacher, not the least of whose reco
inendations is that, aside from the condt
i o the school, he is not indifferent to I
s morals and deportment of his pupils
t Female Collegiate Institute, well endow
with chemical and philosophical apparat
having a good cabinet of shells and mi
i rals and specimens for illustrations in nal
ral history, and music taught in a style 1
i surpassed in institutions of much higi
pretentions. A school taught by an estim
t ble lady in a very pleasant part of t
i village, called Buncombe, chiefly made 1
of small scholars, whose parents speak
commendable terms of the teacher's abili
and management. In addition to the:
there are one or two private schools, Wyhh
for aught we know, might admit oti
As respects the accommodation of vi
tors, there are two large hotels, whose tabl,
we are informed, pre-sent an attractive b
uf liare to those who have a high apprec
r tion of gastronymic enjoymenitz. UnJe
.two private boarding houses also of'er th<
hospitalities, and doubtless an increased c
zuand would produce a corresponding supp
in that line.
The chief objection against this as a pla
of resort is its not having a rail road. Tl
objection, though, is in a great measure
viated by the Plauk Road, over which p.
'ses a daily line of stages between here a
Augusta, 26 miles distant, and the facii
with which any description of travelli
apparatus can be obtaiued in that cit
'lnh absence, too, of a rail road, is thougl
by many, to be an advantage rather th
an ineonvenienee, in the quiet which is t
!joyed by the absence of a class of popu
tion said to infiist places on great thorong
Take it, therefore, on the whole, we dou
if there can be found many places more i
sirable than our old court house town, wi
ita quiet population, its variegated scene
of hills and dales and running streams;
gardens, groves and tasteful residences,
to speak of the classical associations c
nected with the names of many euim
men, both in Church and State, that ga
lustro to the generations which they repi
sented. And it' any doubt the truth of wlI
we have written, let them come and see
and be convinced that among the mai
pleasant villages of our State, a pronine
place in the picture belongs to " Old Ed;
field." E. L. W.
F.ATE-R AND aloTHEt S'rArrS.-"I
why is it said that Massachusetta is L
mother of us all ?"
" She was the oldest of the New Engla
States; and as they were nmostly sett
,rom1, and grew out ol her, sIe has been c
led, bjy a tiguire of speechi, our mother."
Still pursuing-the personilicalion, the b
asked, w ith a kind of bewildered look:
"Were Penunsylv.tnia and Massachuse
married to each 'other in the old times h"
"Wha, can you lie thinking of ?"
" hpa, I took it for grantted tI
Penns3 Ivania was the f.ther of all the Stat
for I see it on letters and in naewsp'ape
and in books too, always called Pa."
A wFUL DIsPEIxsATION of PnovmDENcE.
A private of the Eaist York Militia was
parade a few days ago, at thie camp at
deraboot, and being accused of talkiag mt
thani oce by the sergeant, by whlotm he u
threatened that if he did so again be wot
be0 reported to the Cuilonel, said lie didr
talk, and at the same time wished that " G
might strike himi dumb if he hiadi;" be n
to that instant strucek dunmb, an:d hasr
-pokeni since. lHe has answered questi
by writing, and stated that the moament
uttered the last word " dumb," he becal
so. -English paper.
IF I CA---Every manit ought to
married- if he can.
Every man should do his work to suit
eustomers-if he can.
Every Iawyer- shaeoh tell tbe truth son~
timies-if lie possibaly can.
Eve'ry mani iught to mind his own br
ness and let other people's alone-if lie ec
Every man t-hould take a newspaper, m
pamy for it-without the least shadow o
DID your ever buy a horrse i I f so, y
have been struckc with surprise, at the gn
number of horses just seven years old.
shrewd Scotch jockey whom I oneo e
ployed to aid in rthe selection of a horse,
he examiined the animal's mouth inquired
the seller " how old is hie I" " Seven year
"Ah," said Johnny, " that s-een years a
was a tremendous year for colts."
Is old times, the bills of lading comme
ced as follows; " Shipped, by the grace
God, in good condition," &c. Di. F rar
lin used to print atid sell bills of lading, a
seine pious persons objecting to the ust
hieadinig, lie advertised that he sold hills
-lading " with or without the giace of God
A BROW STUDY,
I sat me down in thought profound
This minli wise I drew;
Its easier to like a gIrl,
Than maske a girl like you !
But after all [ do believe,
My heart will break with woo;
If she's Inclined to love "that chiap"
Why, bless her, let her go I
Never tread uponi the tail or a cat, or
a woman that she is not handsome, unml
you are fond of MUsIc.
TWElNTY negroes were sold at the Cn
House of Shelby county, Alabamn, on the
instant, and brwught an average or $900. Md
1common fiela hands, avernged 81,350, and
ewomutn, 28 years oid, with an infant, child, si
f' for $1,531.
WE were shown yesterday (says the Charl
Itnn cjpurier) a well executed counterfeit. 8
bill of the Bank of Georgetown. There s
we leardi, many in circulation, but they can
Idetected from the dim appearanee of thev
as TE9'DGEFIELD BOOT AND.SHOJ
';MA NUFACTORY 1
nke ' HE Subscriber most respect
A ully informs his friends that
es, he is still at the same old Stand,
>1e and makes to order,
iat Boots and Shoes
in- OF THE OEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIl
ar- 'Also, on hand, a very fine assortment of
Dress, Double Soled Wateir Prouf and Quilt<
let And, rs u?.uni, i vriety of those FINE PUN
he BOOTS.-so u:ch and so justly nainred.
he All of whic'h, in future, lie will sell at the Lom
ed est Prices for CASH ani CASl ONI2
lie will strictiv :tdhere to this ruile in every ingelane
is and earnestly trusts that NONE will expi et Ihim
ie- depart from it. WM. hicEVOY.
Lu- Sept 25 tf 37
ier t 1T11A11 RE I"
ia- OrPoSIrK SIAS NIC HALL,
he BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA
' C.T.... 3E ". .E eft 3 I T A.3
lI Are receiv:tt the' r full '-tock of
t3 BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CARPET I3AGS. &c., &c.
:O, Our Stock will coiprise all the most fashionable n
ter die-s, and those that can be recommended for dur
bility. Also, a large and s-perioir lot of
si- Negro Brogans,
.\3 Men's Rip BROGANS and Wo:nen's Lebth
ii Oi Io'TS.
ja. We feeI confilent that we can show one of t
r IES ' ASSORTI) Stock oil Goods that has e
.r been in our City, and request out customers n:
friends to) give us a cail beflore purehusing.
Aug 29 tf 33
BOOTS AND NHOES.
ll ' Subscriber having lonitedtl pternmne'ntly i
ithe Siore next dooier to Mr. fR. Ii. SeLLIVAN,
is prepared to mak'' to order fine
BOOTS AND SHOES,
At the shortest niot.ee. anl of the v. ry U1:.ST N.1
ty lie hopes by, faithful wor k and close I alt--tion i
Lit hu.einems to be i v ito please al3 who may faver h
with their patronnee.
I will rerer to Mr. S. F. GOODE, who is my gnl
udian. in al matters of bu.ii's.
al BElRRYAAN KEMP.
n- JTly 18 tr 27
EDG IF1 Il.D C. I.. S. U.
lt r 10, 1 E Sub ea ihers
continu t bil.1
to) order, and of the '
th BEST MAl.Ti.IL that can he ornured,
ry Carriages, Buggies, &c.,
L Or EVERr Sm.E AD lh:scaroN. ' They alsoket
Ot- coenstintly e11 hahd a tte :1inem vaie1 ass..rment
in. New and !ccnd-Iiti d Cnrriai e
nit [-Uy'I'EPAIitQ ne'eatiy and promptly aitteu
e Thankful fer past pntronage, they lospe by givitn
re- due attention tee their hu.iness and the emterests
at their cm-toers, to conutinue to teceive a liberal shai
us if pub.ie favor. C. McGItEGUlt,
F. L. SMITil.
y Mar 28 tf 11
A AM daily rcc--ieitig- my 6Sjeeina St(u'k eonsistiti
(of every urtiele usu..ly kept in tour Iine of llua
'a, ness, w hich will be so:1d lit Messrs. ..oiihamek
lie Ceoper's Cash iit'es. Anoi:. my Stock is the
Best Assorted Liquors and Wines,
nd Ever offtrd in linihura, whie'h wil be sold ai
Ad cording to qual.ty atnd not ihand.
S. E3. BWERS, AGENT.
Jan 30 f I
av, .A. O . Jim.*D.
ITVners.caned re.turne hia sinere ihaniks
th friendls tor thieir patronagete wh lhe I..ent~ed
liansburg, aind lhr reby' infoirmus them that lie enn I
feound' (atftert let Sep'tembieer ne'xt,) iat the tJ '"se
W A~ R , 13 U1 11 I (RD & CO., eippo-eeit,- ithe M
atd seenie Illall, Auiguetas. Ga.. where he wosuhi be hi.
gto slee anal serve themn, anid where a l''LL aln
ra,. Complete Stock of Dry Go ods,
can always he foun.d, which will be sold Ias LOs
us fromn any llouse' in the City'.
M1. A. RANSOM1.
Htambiurg, A ug 13, if 31
re .LLperons to wt ho,:n thei Cetato Johtn L. M..
as I ? s is, de'eased, is in-lIebted'e. will prewent the
ldt!aimfs ; aind atllepersiens intdebte~d to the said Esta
will miako e ymelnts to the un~dersigni~ed.
t W. L. AND ELtSON, Administrator.
cd Neev. 21, 18.55 tI' 45
"" Caution toial,
SLL Persons in anya i4.- indebtied to theSuer
it bers, either indlividu hly or oe Itiel..
hereby fe re'warined tee settle tip at rn earc'.l cat
IOe othierwiseo they n ill certainliy have tee .ettle with
A tteirney,, Wee haive a lhirie amii unit f? mhenrer
rais.- inc a riven time, and are nece.'swrily comapel'e
et toe ,.unraue tis coaurese. Taske br-edi, th.i'efore. alt:
whejeere intceste'd. J. i i. .I ', N1 N8
BLACK, Blue, Indelible ande (1arminee, f*'r 8:1
, yA. G.&'lT. J.'TrE A0UE, lDr'tgiests.
si- any 23 tf I19
udr STIATEh OF SO)U'lIl CAR~OLINA.
EDG EI4l.D DISTR!CT.
eS . Tetihn. Bill for Sale of Lan
SfT appearing toi th-. Coimmiener thiat S. Pov
A lhatani Tcemmpkins, the k'eendanet in tis t'as
mn- resides beyontd the liits of the $tate, on moctioin I
as Al r. Meeragnee. Seelitor, It is rdrered that the sa
SS. P. Tompkins, doe pheend, ansewer or demur to i
gee ill be ente'red against him. A Si.\KINS, C.E E.
Mmcar I, 1855. 3mo 8
"Econuomny is Wealth !"
en 0 1 ele'nn Rags 'f every descripetien wiill
ofprhas'ed at thie '" A dvertiser Oeie.e"' P~rie
k. 2 ets per pound. Neew.,heri's a ehunie fori nine
nd every beody, and ol bachelor's toes, to ake me
tl April 18 tf 14
4 Two Horse Wagons,
' nSa'e, three frtaenew twu I horseWa
F n5. Low for Cash. R. T. S113MS.
A pril 30. tf 15
8TATE OF SOiUI'l CA ROLINA,
John L. Thnbey,
Sarah Meorris andl others. Bill for Partition.
Mlatilda Dobey and others.
ITappenring that teDer'endcants Martha Conpi
.L eohni inekins, Edwvard Dokilins, Jamites Dil
kin". Simeuen Djiekins, Rebecca Mle.\eekitn and h
ell liusbanad Isomn Neleekin, Stargar'et .\lceaeekinin
ess her husbeaned Alexatader alcle'ekin, Far'ah WVilkii
sun and lher husbaned dIohn Widkinson, and R~eube
Cooper mad his ,wife Sutsan, reside withiout the lit
ut its of this State, viz: in R~ussell Countty. in the Sta
ur io Alabamna: OIn Mliin of Messrs. Caireoll & H
cen, it is Ordered thait thie said lDefendlants plea
nanswer or demur to the Hill of Comtplaiint in t11
>ecase within three months from thte publienatio'n
11l this oi'der, or in default thereoef thtat the said 13
be taken pro conafeseo against thcema.
A. SI.\KINS, C.L...
es- Feb 25, 1856. ___m_____7t
ire, Cupping Oasss and Scarificators,
be ALL kinds. Also, Lanceta and a great varie
ig.tl of Surgical Instruments, for sale by
A. 0. & T. J,.TECAGUE. Drunnist.
BARYLEY & MAYS,
HAMBURG, S. 0.
NEW FAMLY GROERY1
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN HOTEL.
TH E Subscribers having entered
into a Co-Partuership for the trtn
saetion, of a
GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS
d Solicits the patronage of their frilends and the public
ifenerally. Ilaving carefully seceted a CHOICE
P :-TOCK OF G(00 )S. and at low prices, we are
prepared anl determined to sell as law as Goods ir
the sane quality can be bought in this or the Au
. austa .\lawket.
V. Our Stoek comprisrs nearly every article usually
:o kept in simlar establishients. We purch:ased our
Gioods for Casl, and can afford to sell at VERY
Our Stork consis:s in part or
SUGARS, 4OFFEE, N. 0. AND W. i. MOLASSES,
MACKEREL, CII KESEB,
Bacon, Lard, Flonr,
Candies, ruaisins and Nuts, or all aeseiipti6ns,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
Pi.kles, Pepiper, Allspice, Blue Stone, Coperas.
A good assortment of Liquors,
Alsao, a fine lot of Crockery and Glass Ware, Tin
.0d Wooden Ware, &e.. &c.
JOII0N B. TIARVLEY,
JOHN A. MAYS.
- Tilamburg, Nov 20, 6mu 45
b DGEFELD MWACIINE SUnOP,
A N D
' 4, . JOHN M. WITT -
t!ka phasure I
entlin tihe atten
6i1n of the e tizeans of Edu::itld !)ittiet, to his
MACHIN S HOP,
Wihieb is n11)w in ,.uec s-la ani c implete operation.
-mid sa s' sueitsanm extuttntion f h- s
hevre hie ha-. on -i a . tni iy enu
iul ad welt-t.lne.d ; Ult I t TU IC.'. co-1iting o:
0:1-ah iv, Waalnt. Rows-wwif, 'Maple :11d Polle
300K CASES & W.TNG DESKS.
Wardrobes of various Qualities,
WASH STAf0DS, CRADLES, MATFASSES, &C.
Always (.n1 hand a gooda saop;aly of welinade
l-Sash, Blinds, P'annel Doors, &c., &c.
TTavine s. curl the sr rr*Aiees of, the niost cnlpe
.taont workmeit I d., nat he.ite r..v that I can ex.
1a" t .s fine and ood work as widl be faund eleu
i-'PAIlING nently and prrlnpty nttendied to.
ZV" I wiI .sell the ahore arnlen.tns r.-aanable
trms ;is the timts will ollow. Thse who piy Cs;h
aor th.-ir FuritureU in .\t-ugursta or Charlet-s..n will
nat find Ineh diliT rt ice in onr c:i-ihl el.arg,.
i- .::: anl :n 1et ythe a'mv.- Furniture before
'a tradong eI-whtere*.
Elgetield C. It., SeItt 5 tr 34
Water Proof Ware-House,
HlAM IURG,S. C.
TIlE Nu1*er.ber has4 taken th .
R'__ _ P -:aters Water Proof
Wa~rc-House. formeriy oaccuplid by . dJonm
a.to~, Sir., uad by strict nu.-o..aan to busainessa he
ll illj.ti t l ier'iK a lin*-ruh idi.are (if tic pu~ateinie cii
Sihe g'.-n.-roaus public of the upper and Cuttanm-grow
9 ingr i.-riets.
lhe Warne llause' s ahbve high water mna-k. antd
ilire secure from Fire thtan atny o'ther W~are- louse
I will tr tte i i to receiving and forwarditw
Goads, &c., iutru~stedl to my c.are.
C. IL KENNEY.
Ilamnburg. Sapt 1st, 1S55i. tf 3.1
These .are Fncts an~d no Mis
.XH VE just receiveda somte ofr thec best Otar..
U l~pu cV C'. I!RA 'DY) ever offl red in this
miaket. .\i. "tie Ca-k oaf OLI) PE.ICAI BR A N
l)Y, from~i Guin-tt Coaunty. Georgein, wvarra~ted~ the
pure aticle in aevr particiu'ar. Ah:ea, 1liaIhland
\lau!t WVISK EY,-thue pure Seo'ehi.
S. EC. 1U) W ECRW, A gent.
Httbutrg, Fib 18, tf 7
Of the Tia Manufactury,
il11 t sub~serlher wo' respea--ifu ly inrfona Kthe
eit zr us 3. ' Id.tgeih Id utah Ith.- sr aaundina I is
"triets. than t' ha ralmovae IK lto:i reideneiac, whe re
Iia- ba t-teendV erea.'td a large an.l eaallunidiOut
Chaap, and ih in" 0 '-eW ta daa to ''artv an the -
IN A 1.1 iS lBRA Nd IlIC, fueh is Alanufactn
-itie Tin Wae for Mcrlbantsa. R.'OUFING, GUT-j'.
Tihl N G. and ;i atl amaf JOB1 WOlMK.
AlwaysS an ha::l a tr*i ws rtmenctt air
-TIN AND JAPAN WARE !
~ il-7".lleh-mts suppliedl at shortest nlotice and or,
the mnost reuteoable termrs. Orders wolicited.
C. L. R EFO.
Oct 3 . f 37
Carpenter's Sheet System
Fa Cuttog Ladhies'Drsw ndGetmn'
Coatzs andl $aeks,-also. Vests. Pna~n n
Gaiers together waith Yoauths, haays and Giirl,
.(Garmieunt of all kinds anal utylci, nill be taught to
n.ladies antd Gentleman by ta
a. Few Plain, Easy and Simple Rules,
s*~o ats tea hearn thtemi to cut with EASE and SKILL
.my air thte aboave mieniitined G;armerns.
The Ca ayright ofr this state hasi been nesigned to
(GEo. S. N ILL.1 & Co., aof this place.
* . 'Persns wisinig to a al nl themlsces oaf this Sys
s tem oar watinlg ltnformtion wi.t call oar leave their
y rders at Mirs. lcNEIL.'s Mlihner Estaiblishm~enit.
G E*O. S. MlcNEIL & CO.
- Edutafield C. TI., May 30 ly 20
FOR TIIE LADIES?
. TE have on hnad ai great variety of Cologne's.
Vv landlkerchier Extracets, Toilet Powders and
- an assatrtmtent of Fanecy andl Taihet Saaaps;
Padhiies. Paure Hears Oil, flair Taan:es, Rtestora
tive's andt liairi IL~ye;
Ptestoit salta and Aroatiet~ Vinegar;
pitratory, &e., to all oar wich te nttentioan of the.
Ladies is respeecly invised. l''or snie hy
A. G. & T. J. T E.\ G U E, Druggists.
r. May 23 tf 19
Iedicine Chests and Travelling Cases.
j(N hand ai fe'w very fine family Mledic Cheasta
.i and Trtavellitng Cases. Fear sah-t by
A. G. & T. J. TE AG UE, Druggists.
. May 23 tr 19
e Administrator's Notice.
~LL personts indebtedl to the Estaute of William
~Vance deed. are earnestly requcsted to settle
ia without d.:lay, andio all tha :se havinsc demnds against
ithe same will render thaem ini legally attested
S.BIROAD WATER, Admr.
Jan 7 tf 52.
-Galvanic Batteries&rMagneto Electric
LUST received, and for sale by
ti A.G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggist.
Msyt e ,r
J. .NEWBX &.GO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TRUNES, CARPET BAGS, o
jt i. NiEWBY & co., under the .
9 a S. Iloptel, AUousrA. Ga., are nowr recelyin
and niwning the LA RGEST, BEST and MOST
FA SIIIONAItLE ASSORTMENT of
3PA.TIrIs -A.2T"D V3=ZWEE
EVER off-red in the City of Augusta, copiisg
VERY VARIE TY of
For G% ntlemtet and'Youth's Wear, which for-n.
perior QUALITY or MANUFACTURE .canuor d
be surpased in this or any other Market. 'In adai.
ion to which. we will weekly receive
from our 1Iouse in New York. We also keep oon.
smantly on hand a LAGE AND SPLENDID
Youth's & Children's Clothin !g
Ef"Country Merchants and. ALL PERSONS
visiting Au-:usta will certainly id it tothoir interest
too examiie our Stock,ns we are determined to oger
.r Goods to the trading public on the most'reason
eg Thankful for the past kind and liberal pat
rownage that we have received from the citizens of
luigelield and the adjoining Districts, we hop.a
nerit a cuntinuance of the same.
J. M. NEWBY & CO.,
A uguta, Sept( 24, if 36
T E Utndersigned have associated with them In
the ady-al ClAhing Business, Mr. C.
t. DAY and W3M. S. WISE, anod will continue
the sane uider the name of J. M. NSxWaT & Co.
HORA & NEWBY.
Atug 1, 1855. if 37
STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA,
S IN COM.ONPLEA S.
Thomas 11. Trenit, I
-imb:wk & Cooper.
TIE Pla:niitiX in the above stated case, having
this hay filed Iis I Ivelaration in my Offieg
:nd1 the De, ndiats havina neither w:fe nor Attor
ney known withlin the limits if this State, on whom
(opies ot sail I eelaration with rules ti plead cnn
he served, On mo.tionlt of Mr. STYLEs, Plaintiff'
A ttorney. Ordiereil that said lIefetnda:s appear and.
peld to said deeharati..n within a ye-ar nnd a day
from ih-- date hereof, sor tinal and absolute judgment
n-,ill be given against them.
T 1!OS. 0. B.ACON, c.c.a.D.
Oet 11. 1855 qly 46
STATE OF' SOUTi CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Gceorge W. Jones,
V8. Foreign Attachmeut.
Tl I E I'laintilf in theabsove stated ease, havinT
ihis day lied his Deelaration in my Ofiice
against lite ifendant, who (as it is said) is absent
fiom ansd witliout the liitits of this State, and has
it(eaher wife n;,r attorney known within the annor
upon w:o:ns a copy of the said Deelaration might
b-- servel, It is ti.-refore ordered that the maid De
renianit dt fappear al plead to the sail )eelaratioun
withini a year atl a !ay froi the date heref,other- A
wise final anI ah.-lute judonent will be given anil
awarded aga nst him.
TIOS. G. BACON, c. C. E. D.
31ay 14, qly 19
STIATE OF STHII CAROLINA,
. EDG;F.PIJ), DISTRtICI',
IN CV.IIJION PLLE AS.
S. Chtristi--, Aatinee,
vs. Foreign Attachment.
S. P. T'simpliins.).
1 . . Al4ms,
S. P. Ti.mp~kins.
B. C. lIkynn,
S. P. Tlospkines. )
vs 0 5
S. P. 'sTnmpkins. 3
ArchihtId .Je nning..
'3i 'IIh Plainitit1s in the ahove sstateel case, having
I thi s day hile~d a Deedarationt int my Otliuce, and.
the Deifendsants having~ aeither wife nor Attornev
knowtn toi resde within thle limits of thsis State,
ont whomis coies oif said Deelaraiomn withs rules to
pile:il enni be. served, On mostiuon of Mfr. AnDAMS,
t'laintiti's .\ lorsney. Or'. red tat said Defensdants
:tppear ;iand plea I toi said I helaranun within a year
mad as daiy frmithe d1 iate h..riof, or' fintal attd absolute.
-u lamient will be* gi'.n againsst himt.
TI LOS. 0. B ACON, c. c. i. D.
Marcha 11, 1856. 19ly 10
sTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDG EFiEalD DISTRICT.
IN COMMON L .9
Dr. FlIuustney Carter,)
cs. Foreign Attachment.
ttssbert .\e Donnald,)
vs. Foreign Attachment.
The satme. )
Batnk of Ilamsburg,
vs. Foreign Attachment.
Thes same. 3
''ll iPtintilis in thte abive stated eases having
I this day tiled teir IDselaratioine ini my Office,
anod the Defendatit hsaetmw neither wife nor Attiar
ney kntown to re..dde within the limits of this Stadte,.
sin whomis copies of said lleceutrations with rules to
plead eiim be served. On motion of Mr. S-rT~u,
Ph:itiif' .\ttirttey, Ordlered, that said- Defendant
ntppear and p'enad to saId Declarations within a year
and day fromt the date hereof, or final and absoluto
judgmuent wil be Civent aganinst himi.
TIIOS 0. ItfACON, C. C. ..
Clerk's Office, Sept ti 1855 Iyq 35
STA-TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
IN COMMION PLE AS,
Mi. Lebeschultz. bearer '
S. . 'mkis Foreign Attachment.
Jamies M. Lanhbam
u. Foreign Attachment.
S. P. Tsimpkins
'pjjE Phasintiffis in the above stated csses, this day
I filed their' )eclaratison in my office and the
IDefendant having neitheir wife nor A ttorney known
to reside within the~ limits of this State, on whom
colies of said D~eclsaration, with rules to plead can be
served. On mostion of Mess. Carroll & Bacon
Plaintiffs Attitrney's ordered that said Defendant
appec.sr atnd plead ts isaidl Dee.(!aratio~ns within a year
andl a day ftoms thu date hereoif, or final and absolute
judgemtent will be aiven against lhim.
T110. G. B ACON, c. c. 3. D.
A pri' 1, 1856- 191y 12.
STA TF OF S0U l'H CA ROLINA,
lEDG EPISI.D DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Morgan MI. Grubbs. FrinA~c~eg
r ' IllE Plaintiff in the above stated case having
I thlisadsay tiled his Declaration in tmy Office,
atnd the Defetndant having neither wife nor Attor
ney. kniwtn to re.,ido within the limnits of this State
on whom copies of said Decharation with rules'to
plead can be ser ved, Ott motiotn of Moragne, Plaha.
tiff's Attorney, Ords-rcd tha:t said Deltndat ape
peat utnd plead to said Deelaration' within a year
atnd a day front the date hereof, or final and abso
lute jndgmet wvill be given againsthi.
THIOS. G. BJACON, C.C.E.D.
Feb 14, 1F6 1)at .