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UH TO CHOOSE.
31rr. (h-impion, a rich widow of onli
thirty summenaa.~, ;ii.d io the ful! blootat
Ler. eautv, was n the matrimolial miarket
eev esitured by three suitors, all of
thenm good lookaing, all gentlement, and aill
protessing unbhoniMIed and Iiiwerested aflee
tioan for thLe f-ir 1:11dY. C:i at Trevanien hd.1
been a C(aval v 1i,.tr. h st li h had retir
iil fi 'nin the service. Ei u n.1 : , i
tigire, wi!h ve rv :ti.-a eratic ninners, m.i
liite Ned P P a. L Cu i:iI):%os fti iti, I):
sessel an "un wal iIlm finh i'Ad aof hIh."
indeed it was rumio.eI ib.t his j'a olil
emkl-; wve re'w !1.nare's -. I o 6. I s-;! thl
faroed ndkd~r.!.procurwed of o-ith
Iuere. The capaai.. haJ inhL ited a U.ge
for tu. e.
Suitor No. Q was a young tman abol tnown,
verv fashion able, plilehed and pletnt. 1e
entrived to keep ut 4t debt, but his finan
vial resiources were z: id to Ie very limited.
Alr. Claude Cal less cvi . nt!y b:.d a goad
pro)!pect (f suceess.
Ilie thi d suitor, .1Mr. :tw . :i ti a zl ,
was an art-student aid also culivated poe.
try. Thought very mnodest IId uatafected
he was slightly eccentric in the matter of
Costille-wot e a har, and black velvet cnat,
nnd during the Kossuth excitement had se
rious thought of emipeting his equipmaent
by a feather-hut his h-ter genius saved
l'im from this soleceisin. As lie was qmoite
sensitive and ti:id. had ai a"kward haaibit
tofI buh~zi' ng, l and was siht-lit in camspy,
the Captain anl(d a I-*s mnd- ligh: of his
rivalslhip nai 1 C ide . e... aVtest aLs Coil
filde to tlielnteives.
The Captainl propoised after he i.n'*t :ap
proved taste of fashion. drop;uing graceftully
0.: one knee. and presi.g the lips that mur
mnured his vows to the fair hand he solicited
as his guerdon. -
When he retired, Claule paid his devoirs,
and made his pa oposals %% ith great earnest.
tiess. H1is profes-i Ils af disint-retediiess
were 110 less elphatie than the Captain's.
The painter came next. Wh.;n alie
with ti e lady of his love lie found a voice
which failed hiir in tei presence of otheis.
To each of th 1 1uitors she give the S:11me0
reply-namelv. thvat she wold return a defi
nite answer to his suit, exavely turee weeks
from the date of his proposa', requiring hii
in the interval, to refraiii from e dliig aor inl
quiring about ier, and to absent himself
froam the Citv. Ihe mninds of .1 nel
beauty .are iinyerative. E~ach wooer proni
ised knightly obed nce,'l n k1; t his Id, dlga.
The Captain ran d Nve to . ; t G aude
went to Saratoga, a.o Sima e r'itd ii
S!;tcli book up to the White Sloun tainsi.
The widow shut herself up for three
weeks. At the expiration of that time,
punctual to the appnited day, hour and
minute, the elegamit Captain entered 3rs.
Champion's drawiqg room, and su Iveyed
himself from head to foot in the Versailles
Mirror, and with a smile of satiofaction. He
was engaged in self-admniration, when a light
step recalled him to) sense of propz iety. lieI
turned and beheld the widow, but a thick
veil covered her face. Hie drew a chair to
her side and aiddriessed her.
"Dearest Isabella," said he, in his most per.
snasive tones, " allow me to remove the en
vions screen which shrouds charims that vwere
never meant to be conceaal."
"Alas, Captain,." said the widow, with aI
tremulous voice, andl drawingr her viel yet
closer, " those charms exist nao longer."
" [s it possible 2' cried tihe Captain in a
tone of alarm. " What do you rr~can ?"
"Since I satw you I have been very sick.
When I was a child, my pazreints neglected
to have me v'acciniated, and the ravages of
the smaldl pox
"The small pox !" eried tihe Cataipuh
inghi chirback tothe other side of the
"Don't be afraid, Captain," said the Wid
ow. " It is all over-andi I am a dreadful
object to behold-but of course that maikes
no difference in yo'ur affections."
" Hem!" cried the Captain. " It would
make no difference if I wzinted to retire
with you into the country, to live 'ike h)arby~
and Joan. But to go into society -to itr o
duce as my wife at halls and sorees, a per.
son disfigured by a dre:u'iral disordear. 0
Lord. mla'am, the idea never entered myi
"I release you from youir engagement
you are free," said the ni ijo w.
"I have no doubt, miai'amai," said the Cap-v
taini, gi eatly relieved, " that you will find
individuals not exacty in myn si tuat ion, u ho
will be-will lhe very happy to-itn short,
mna'am, I wishl yoiu a very good jjay."
"Cold.hearted, vain egotist !" said theL
widow, when he hadt' leftr: " I rightly tzum:
ed y'our character. You only wi jbled tort
handsome wire to enihanice your conlsequence ,
and para'de ini society. :as you show oflf you
handsome hotise in thei street. Let tts see
whether my thoughits have w-onged .tIr
To Careless shte t oh! the samte story. T he
young gettlemnan heard aof the loss of h r
beauty w ith great nonchu/ance."
"But this is not all," said Mrs. Chami iot.
"My' business mnan hasjust been w'th nie
all the morning. My investmenats were most
unlfortunate. I amfl completely beggared9?
" I!ow unfaartuntate," cried Carehlaus, " for
I am in the same predicamenit. I don't seei
may waiy through this quarter. Now it is
very evidenut that it waauld be the height of
folly for tw~o persons without anyv inicomel
or prospect to marry e nly to multiply mtise
ry. I must beg you to consider my prpo
sal of last month as onaly conditionatl. Doubt.
less there are rash unprinciiled men~i who
would in my case thinik only of sentiment,
biut I aml too good a moralist, and too good
a citizen to think of perseverintg noaw. 'art.
well madame ! farenell f.>rever ! I leave
you with despaiir ini my heart an~d ma Jahess
in my br.ain."
Probably no declaration of despair was
ever uttered in a cooler tone-and so thought
" He loved meI for my money, as I:
thought," she said. " I hegin~ to believe that
all the men are alike. If~ Stanley prv
equally heartless, I shall renounce- the per
The young artist heard theo loss of his
lady's beauity calmly.
"It is a misfortune." said lie. *a Deauty
is a glorious gift, bait perishable-the true
heart and mitid alone remain unichianged till
" But I am poor, Stanley,"said thle widoaw.
"You give me new life, Jsabella !" criedl
the painter. " The world canniot say nlow~
tat atny mercenlary molfties tainited the punre
feelinug with which I regoided you. Tlrust
me, you shall never wianit while I have b~rain
and hand to work for you."
"Then take me for such as I ami antd
wvas," cried the widow, throwing off hier
veil "boath in peson and in purpose, anti
"orgive the fabricated tale which proved two
)f my suitors worthless."
Freed from the veil, her dazzling beauty a
eaned oni the painter in undinined radiance, a
ad her h-and thrilied to his touch. N ced
we saV that they were happy ?
R RNoltTEHD lIY BIL.L iE EE.. C
During mIy so-unin .Nli sissippli ("ho. fly
afier I in-ar~t the ge:ln :;rmon"1 that was -L.
Vd omi :'l..op of a hsadMa
1... -. 1 t iSit h i i : i the -wig*io r.
-. Tu... :-xt d iy b1
. .:!b.:h.'t, I acea~ti:toie.l himg in ' n Chol. I
A m- nii:ister i h i:ben called to that nvigh
b this %%;1., to be his talutatury
Z'-:n hp. was =o:e hundred yards t
Airest tows. llavig ariied rai'rw t". eadly
i'.,r ..eiviCt, m 1ef 1a d biend vume
about tlie woods, rather :ctive y CinAloed
inl bruhing away the mlusilnitoes that Sir
roundtd ui:. At length a stra:ge spicnnen
of the genius home made his appearance on
horseback ; it was brother Crawford.
IlIis dress was decidedly peculiar. OiI
Lis head he wore an old fashioned bellcrown- I
ed baver. several sizes tot, lago. To reme- t
iv this defect a cottsin band .na handker.
elivf was stueId between the hat and fAe.
head. llis coat was of a mo:t anei..nt piat.
ern ; blue, with brass buttons, short waist,
and long swallow. The collar came within
an inch of hiding he back part of his head.
tHis veat was extremely long, and his pants
ditto short. The Litter wer e hleld doiiwn by
leather staps p1assed 1.nder a b1:ge. pair of
brogats of ala untaned Ileather colmr. Al
together, Ilis presetice strongly suggested
Dn .\!m l ble in his Yankee character of Jiona
than iilnaeom. lit to the sernion-or at
le.t a p.rtnia of it, fa1r it was unerly i
poi.-ible tI report the wIoh'.
'l'he congregation wais large, as it had
been " narated" abroad that a new servant
of the Lord was about to make his debut
Brother C-awford slunk into the pulpit
wAid more that ordinary humility, and after
devotitiga few minutes to silent prayer, lie
Gingerly pushing up the sleeves of his
store coat, whereby he displayed a pair of
large, long, bony hands of a beet-red color,
he grasped an etiathorn pitcher, and pouired
into a tin Cp :a dranight of water whih he
drank with illimitable gusto.
Ilis : PapLaanC inI the lIp lj;it was study
f6r an artist. [lii m.we wais long :ad Inkil,
eye. iat grey, nose aquiiline, comple.ian
sod11y, hair gre-ish sanly, liaId bald on
the top, %% ith the vXecpitionm of* a small patch
n : if reere, as i ti sh:;dt it,
Mid altogether the' picture of G re!V whiit
indi:i:.z a Flreesoil Aiidition doenmtint for
the he:aelit of his Southern ui ibers.
Ile began apologetLally as follows;
" You don't se mn.? to-day in the dress I
al:er %ear; I coue iamiong you as a stran.
ger, and I am now trickel out in my tore
cioths. I an) not a proud amlni, but I thought
it would be miore becoming~ befoare strangers.
A fter this he raised a hymna in which the t
coingregatio~ii jIiined. lie then began is
"t My dhear bretharein ad sisters. first and
foremost I'm niw gwiine to tell you about
the affectinag patinl' I had with nay congre
gati. n at bethel Chapel. Arter I had got
thro'igh with my larewell sermnnt, as I carat
down Ot euta the paul pit, the old g rey-heatded
brethren and siders who lad listened to myi
voice for twenty years crowdvaed: around n-I
and,.witha sobbing voices amid tearful eyes,
sid-Fzarewvell, brother, CrafTord !
Thea youn g mten in their tight ptatent leathI.
er boots, high collars and fliashy waisteoats
-smelling of po:n:itoma andI cigair smoke;
with t heir shanghami coats, :ad striped za'bra
p.ants-they too said, Farewell brthaer
The little chdiren, lambis in the field, lifted
up their tinmy hantds and1( small voices, an~d
with oneC accord said, Farewell brothier
'The colored brethrlen of the congreg:i iin
now caime forward -bIbek shmeep who hand
beeni admitted to) the ibld nuidea my matdl
tr-wi:h tears ran ning down their sah i~e
claeeks, they, to~o, said, FarewielIl brother
As I got all myt horse and hiaale aue to
my contgr'ga:ion parever, I turned to take ai
hast loiok at the o d~ churchm wh~eie I had
treaed the unsear clhabhe richie.s of Chi:i
lor moa'r'n twen'y years ; and! as I gozted at
its dlilaidalted walls aind iii;'s-coveredro,
it too seeimled tio say, Farewell brother CraI'
As I rode down through then iilage, the
peop~le who poked thaeir heads ou tein the
winders, andi tltei sirv:imts w ho lemnt ron thir
bromiai all's seemed to say, Fa rewell brothier
A s I pa:ssed( ' along dos a the hight way,
throe' thae ftlrest , theL ~ und. as it ub't~ aled
t roumgh the t ret' p,~ pl ayi::g on the L'a'tas
ad btranchies, the lboud--n lit salvationul, it,
too, seemed to say-Fiarewell brother Craf
('rossiing a little' creek that was gurtglig
andii sinigig over its plUty hedl, as it n-joiced
oil its way to the greait Ice.'imi of etermi!y,
it too seemaed to say, Farewell brother Cral
As I rode along down a' hut, dusty lane,
ant old sow that was asleep in a teince c'or
ier, jumpted out of a suddlent, with a luoud
broo.oo,oo---shie too), senmed to say, Fare.
well, brotheri Craffard!
My horse, he got frighatenied andl jaimpend
from mander ime, and as hie enied his tail o ver'
his back, kickeid up his hiteels, aind ran'af
he, too, seemeui to saiy, Faiewe.' brother
'I alsus Ut'!--A tall, raw- bonaed reernit
was put ot drill lay a little cock- sparrow oif
an oficer; as every order was giveni tao himu
he would ltook dhaownt to see his commnanider,
and was ais often amntnished to hold up hais
heatl. Itepea ted mbooanitions of this kind
at lengtha had the effect to induce the reerniiit
to raise his head, :at least to a level with the
setting synt, anid the officer ordered himt to
' What, alwayms ?' wa~s the ingqniry.
' es, alas! a tter reply1.
*IThen goodl bye left enanlt ; I shall nievea
V nur Fin:it.-A Frieincha p aper rehes
that, at a ball latelyV given at Pot t Lui ~,
na r Lorarent, while a yonaig holyh was5 wa:ltz.
ing, she fet the han. b hy which shie was
supported becoma stoine cold, anid on look. r
iag- inito the fiace of her part ner fonid his5
features to lbe dely~ pale and hiorribly caon
rac ted. She fain ted at the sight anud tfell to
thi grot imd, whilst thie catv:uieri dropped at hecr
ide. TIhie lady waus Iak en u p :amd recover
el, buit the life oaf the gent lean was extitiet.
She in attas that he was dlema several se.
cn'd. beforet s!.e knew it, anad that slit imotle'
one t urn rounid the ioom with him after he
was at corpse.4
WoM~ a vtre like tulips- the more meiahest
RdI retired they appear, the better you loveJ
CoNVE.TION OF AssocIATIONS.-The Sug
estions of -'A cion1." nhiei:h appeared in
or iksue if W'etdn:nlay, lilt s w ith ftvilr,
ud wighs of the tin0w, we iet think, urge
pt strongly pronpt action. The Carolina
'iti.s think . the Cons ention should meet on
We :2 intnt if not "Ooner.. 'Ih! (late
n& lp. 1prhlis, as ary~..as nil ith naso
ilai,,as con n. t-vwet mal nppoiint :lwir de-le- 1
t . it, thi, thee is to Ibe a t'onventlona
f~~- iscaim~,lt i110 meel fnte 30:h1 inIt.,
,ill if we ae permilt I to mulake -he g"S
i'l,s net wold t-ay i.-i. tho Presidts w
acl e :.o-iion vt'a a niM"Ho a; endy a,
ibeamd appohi elets to Mil
:olumbki: at 01". limne ablve n:Nned.
here should he a 'n! I ineeging, that the whole
tawe Aiuld cons.ult e rin so Spim r
at;; : q ue1sti1., we woubd U'lnspt.4 thatany
S i.:,is thad mOy t yet hA e rined Nl
#d II ti lgts who mlay aid by thei
-Oi and nivice- the f~itends (it 'Sotihern
UiStA in Kansas. Fur we kee satified tlhat
lc whoile State0 feels anl interest in this nue.
er, whether they have taken action yet or
iot. Tle subject iatter invol in ti s
wansas question is tile most 11oml1entons that
ins ever agitated or peraps ever will agitate
his country-in it is involved the existence
f the Union. The cry of dinger has been
:o fiequently raisel, we have bJecome famil.
ar to the sound, but no(lw the cry is on1n- 1
>Us and shoild not be disregardedl. * If we
lumber, the enemy %%ill lie upon us. NOv
rI- have the Northern section of the Union
;!own so m1uch determination is now to
lpmse, at ailv hazid, the furither progress
f Slavery, and Consepently the equality
>f tile Sotith, in the Uni.m. Let us then
neet in Co);jlumiai on the 310th instant, and
ake caln :nd deliberate council together.
et calm,11 thin!.ing, !is Creet mn1 be sent
vlr whnSLe action w ill be Ilarked by the
' laetst puence.-Newh(erry iirror.
WALKNIn'S PoilTION.---We have rIceItly
-eeeived various and very conflieling ac
!ounts respeefivg the successes and leverses
)f Walker's army in Nicar:gua, and we
lve been only al0le therefure to g.,ive such
LcCoutS for %fhat they were worth. Of
>me f'act we have beein - assured fiom the
nost reliable source, that is, that the Eury
li never blockadedl Greytown, although
Je examined several vessels eni tering that
mii, p1incipaliy. we lieve, at the request
dr the Agent If the rmasi Conmny.
rhlir a;.pears no dtontt of Walker's retreat
'rom Iivas, after a heavy loss, bIth On his
virt :nld that of the Costa !!!cans. The
atest: intelIligience inio s us 1that Walker
A'as ini Vi- ill Bay1 wi:b) 700 mn, about to
Ilvde C.ota 1,ica; that he had O24 men011 in
n aranad (WO 0) lSewher, thAt his force
.,.td 4al:61geter (if 1,000 loreignlers and
ibn50nurs nud thait owingr tOR th e
! Iovn t ihere une!'rlgoinllg thel V was
L greatdl of diainei n ong' his
r.lops. This is the l uIni total of' %%hat w0
lvve ien al to gatlir b *Y tile British
emer recently a rWied f1oni e.% towin.
P anam11a Star, .iny .1 '
a1 a rn-t cullocinyV between'l .X1 rs. Sm~liters
14 ni iss l.e11tler, tihe ot~ her da , tila formier
adv1 tohl4 tile lat:er t hat sheIL wasl a skeletonll
ist a l)comot'ilve lig machl1ine~, dIressed ill
:o:tonl batting. Tis was1 at e'lier, ti
~onver ted the ve'rili skirm11Ill in a digital
.u!e, wich'l resultell inl the loss ol' ji~hr ar
iial teethl aoal a sorrel wig.
1Tm: ROta -rio 1 l:.m:.-An hcme(stI
Dutch farmeor, lf N.ew Yor.k, wa'Is a-ked his
'pin411in as5 to whl''1 ieb denomina1tion1 of Ch.Irst.
:ans were on the right waly to~ IHave:n.
Vel, d'.n, said het, von we: rile oner uhea:t
0 ..lany,411V smnu~e say~ thi ro:'i is the pjt,
1m44 some1 5ay da~t ; but it do't miake mneh
itl:L'ne wich romd we taite, f'or vIn we
it <htre, (day1 mii.-eri ak ns5 vich vay1 weI crome
-and its none41 o'(f dalre Jliiines-l/ wr
S :':.A K Fixm.V -rIia: F~t Euu7:.-NO
111y wr:ii's, ittersI~ and:4 scrn'14 rt' nciIes.d
In5He i fol chisell'Sl gain .(I rerol, an1i
115r. Yet guiltyV014 amlb:milee: as he0 seems,1
herefo-,' en'ln r.Str14u .i-: <ii.:f-oitionl to
an bro4:hor, utill S:44m (imi a wayi to better
avo li w!oib 4ln1'ok lte h~umiiai 11wart.
ni r. Su'I',4 'rs w ub re.1.4 p*j.etriliy hil'rm theli'
p: i.I*.* i.'. ' il. artl! tieli letil i '' a lv
|n (. . !!!d .:1l ; :tre cels.dnt toU:;ilS ;ll 114141
. a'ine Town onc;ges orets
1irn1an1 m..' f:.sirnble...4. 12tylesI nnl::l.!- -
.i In fr om te Nrth frml he -14Fug0i .al
h Id' toifI 1'.1!H i/l' o' r E An~ oif I; lSnl he
SIIrIvk4i4 I . l'i kls, i'ltv--rvie as, T-i ash lig,
(r:1ve5 Pajf N itv U'si'.ilPt U.idir 64. I allt in1&
-:uu ty h. (dL ' IltI l lG ( 21 lier41 I' T liC i I:ll
N.44614 l '-'ep.. ;in done :: 1.u I ' In r . nbe
erms, at short m.1ca.'. . S.
Cii ta the01 ditl-fOr''C theit pa::trof' i othe
as ilg~tt three : n iits acnnac o h
A pri 1.3 18d.. T. 15S
I~\ nt p u-i by. The ports a c'no"c
/ ' OI an. 1 . a.s r e rbn 61h -ir J. tinai~ton.6
'etry b i, keyd :np) a~lleurtheroo,ra t hat re to4411y
e Api 1 bi tI' t14 nz an
Smokd IeefPie'esPreerves, aisis. igs
I IAuIBURG, S. C.
.J0HN A, MAYs, PROPRIETOU
El Public are respfetrully ,in
formed that thI< lotel has in- .r- *i
rene a thorml-lh repa:r, and- ha<, bienlQ
elilIedl in the 1'AhT ST YI.E. reg: r-l- . **
ebS Of expense,4d wn< Opened on in First of Octo
wr, for th. r of iBot-dadr:s nnd ace..moautin
sA Tran-it evnst-tners.
The lht :tacc nodation is -naranticil tot hose
Vho will lavor the Pro:prietor w:Ii their patfonae.
iid the ma laii:eleit wi I be esich ats to c miaillild
'or the I loins. ile repnatiion it i is nh!%vair l man
afned, as the10 ErS1 H iCI iin iHin tbii-.
The Propariet.wr a. s- e the puh.te that ii iamis
hitl be sp ired on dhe pairt of thie Alanvizement to
nrnish tie T le with the bst vian: the .airkets or
A tgusta n I lnoburg airrd.
l'mnilies viiting our Town are solleitel to 1 ie us
eall, as our Ie.t exertions siall Ie devoted to ad
minit'er totir ent ire comr t.
tA trchd to ie llotel, is a line LIV E11Y mil
E1M .E STA !Ll , kept by C. 1)IL:Ls & -!. 1.
C[nanico, which is well fitted up aid la.4 a'l kinls of
Proaveiider that this Market enin possib'y afford, anl
LheV plealke thenselves to take ax gool (are of .Stock
its ainy oIlter Stab:e, (or no pay.
They are prepared to accomnotlate Drovers Stoek,
:i Transient llorses at all timies, and have I lurses
ind Bin-givs.to0 hire, and will run one sar ioasre I lacks,
whenever enllel for on reasoniable terms.
N. B.--They have an eminent Ilise Farrier
who proposes t- cure a.1 eurable dskeases (of the
llorse, (e'ittagious diseasos excepted.) or no pay,
Uld will be responsible that horses under his Lreat
ment shall be w'Lil cared for and treant:d accor-'ing
Hamburg, A pril 23 1856. ni 15
SPRTNG AND SUMMER
Dress for Gentlemen.
VV. o. FUzC3 cre Co.,q
7 LI) invite attenation to a CHoICE 6sOKc of
I' Goods importead frill the season-nbraeing
evert aitice ifogr , all aif
the newest style, and to please all, even the inost
TRiMMINGS FOR TIE TRADE.
All the newest styles of trimings .o the tia.e,
sjapplied on the most lberi ties.
Wal. 0. PflC IC & CO
Draipes and Tailors,
25S, Broad St , Augusta, Ga.
A pril 30, 185G. 2m 16
ArIl.L1E1 & WARREN, Opplosite Gl.he Hotel,
l1 Atiusta,'Ga., are reeciving their tsual eitoice
variety of SP ING DR ESS F.\ %LItCS, embracing
the ta,'vt neikers of French atid 1-:i.lsh productiois,
am1oung w lh'eh arc
Mich Prited French JACON ET' and ORGAN
Rieb i'rintid Flounced BAREG ES and ORGAN
Rich Printaed A merian and Fna'i.,h LAWN
lish " French BIU ltl .A N'f and C.\Bt ill!CS:
Blui, lilue and Pink, lit Lb.l\ANTS, new arlie.
As-ortedl Co.rs Flounced Silk DR ESSES;
Ikith iaid and Striped T:di'ta s l iZ.ES:
l11'ih Moinie An nique, Toularid and Cli;i: SI LKS
IiLek T:'l:1.ia .;ad Grn de Ilhine Do.
Plain and Strip'd GRENA W)1N EISand BPA REG F.;
ll'k Flounced Grenadine a:il ihrege DIESSES;
Superior Sminner ROMBAZINYtS and il L.
LIES; Bl'k JACONE'S, 01GANDIES and
11k. Eii:r. T\P , Love V1l1 LS and HAND
lai laddli~ an to this lontg hine of r ss Gos we
hve t aaomplete' stock sof C.\LI.CO)IS, GI NG
hA. M18. 1,!N EN G(OODS. EM 1111101I3JE!l E.
FUINNli'!E iRN'TS and L.AClE II(NlF.IRY
atiu (. IW( V li-,Plain :.nd Emabrosidera . Crape
SII A W LS.
A l:trgelotoaf MIANTILL.\S,int gre'at variety or
P.\NT.\ LOON STUFF:4, Bleched and Tlrcawn
Wite and Stripid O'SN.i!BURGS, of vatiouns
Our fr'iensl ana cutstomenrsnre re speactfti'ly invited
to ex:nnlineC thn- largest stack of .;prinig anad Summifier
COt)S thait wec have ever huhl.
P'articulr'aitte'ntiona paid toI ti ling ordetr.
A n zusta. A pril_23 :m1
h i E subtsrtb r is no'. reeiih'.r i< Spingia and
.1 "lucimisr Stocs.k of Gsosds ast bas abl s~tid thec
iriek Ltor', consIiingll o'' ry varely uitni.ly kett
in a lI ry (Giaals strie, viz:
11liebas sele Silk st or ahi s IDresses,
si:k Tisases, Chaileys,. lhaeitclain.eP,
1aisa n and Enrinstsn Ginighainns
Enugli-lh andl A\meican l'rits,
Plin, Chi -ekeal, stripsaal & l.)s:t'.a Sw'ss MusLlins,
P:aiin, Chsae.e .Jraontets moal ('onbrs,'~
Swiss an.1 JTacanet tatn1ini F~clgintg- andl inse'tint~s
Finie S:l', Ciapse. Nai5.oi:ian sr.nr andl Fanit
A gaaanl ::s.:ulrtmtent osf linnet RL~bbonts
.A ''' :.l ass,5rtmen't aof 1'aaiab~le I T .\TS of all
I :mhniaa.:l-s mia1 l'ar-s--l a,
\Is 1.:cli, s. I;osvs .\isse- andlcibl!rlens, Bsasors
ai 3:ha a.- af all Ikinds~
G --i -s, Ii ad it'se and. I:' t ry
\\h isc:myi aot' ari'eles tail taedis to ma mii on~s
:ci <.r wh'l:'-h -.ill be. ell.l ail the.., sa 'i::ecommo51ia.hs,5
es'ic, all area 'inv'Liti to ..ll:tar e.zaainse fosr themci
-g A liberal dcseount for' Cai- h.
11. C. IIIt N ..
A pril 2 8:.6 t." L.
spring and Summer Goods,
11. S l' Il'.\ N ha .jst r.,er~ In 05 san llaa
B e. is spri: ;:ndll suiih'lr Gt a 0::. tao whceb
lit respraectrouv ea;' li cttattni In ort 1s' laietcs:;1
thise scnstuifyit geZne'rally, thie saock 'ac'Ls.t ti..
Fre'anch . Ine. net a~l US 1.15 iS
Pi'rielich rtidee \!nililtt;
l'rench lerac.esni cd'.TlLues;
Prtints anal G NGI I ElA :
.\!pjaiets tanda llO~~hlIj.-\%NEI;
Col aal li1k. sIil.l*:YS;
l'siick and P'laid sI l(.8 :utid a1 liac and Ilarge as
ises wet ofA White ( Gos".
tiap I )e st ;sid Insdian CLOI( T[i
Witse ani lro-.-: Liin1 ~l-a-S:
-JP!ains ansd 'Tuilb-dl COTTON.l\ tIE
iile.-'hieda ad J!rsawn Sill I I T\N
le'!hedl anal larsa s.n SIl lR"'\G
A\ fhee sat Irs~its I.t N E N -
l.amne'ts andh llaannet~ Ribbhais in :ny vat'.il t'
1laia'ry :tad Ghovs al all kim sa:
I i:s,~ Boa its, Shiaes, Cr., -kairy:md0 Gianc War -
1l[hal ware andl Cstl'ry, Scalea.ry and (Gr'erb's.
Plae sail and 'x.iniinse mys s oek, for we will take
great lelasur'e in shouwi i:g it.
.\pa;d 2 if 12
TTRAYEID froms the Subsie:ibier's resilen'e.,
.\lav 27th, at small sorrel .\lA B C is I.E Ulire
hr six y'enr's old, well fiormes., tha::~h dlish face .aa
Ns msn-ks except that af thiegtearts. Thei saiid mu tle
w.slasughat froim a muam frasms Nairth Caro!iina aor
I thlinsk shis trymng hs mn-ake het way back'l to
tae laae fsraom ns hih she came. -
Th'e. Sad Alutle wadal~st hearad of cit .1Jamessrti's.
A ny onel takisng upa scaid siule ns will caanfter a ravaer
lay alropin~~ag mec a line at Edgeael I C. 11. All reia
sonble eaxpese wiil be else' rtully psaid.
, LL~ Persotns hcviing detmandls iginistIhie Estate
I aaf 11. II. Addl :isn, dre'd.., ire r'equaested tos
preseit thems properils ilsattse tos the itnda'rsigni'a,
t sov whiam atlio thlose I'nslebtesh tao the Estate are re
. G. L. PE'NN,
Adms'or w~.ithi thte Will ann'eed.
May! 9 f 17
N s;ae 5't A . ltii BUShIlN ELI.
Alril 10i if' 14
Fi 1'IST R Ai TI anne'r aind Cur'rier.
SAlIsis, a gosod lilaeksmsith for state or hire.
Engn litL ref F. O'CONNOR
NI r:....g. Ei.g.n..ls nDitric, .ast 7 if r
AND SURGICk L I fIiFIR
H~IIE 1.7n.3ers~igned wmfldo re..0.pcltuly l.01:1 011C
T.. 0 lO'tvt C.otliphleatC uotori .i o: Em.al
oil NE~R~~S ru-ojuioing SIJRU1CAL 1 1EF
Thle Bioildinao i..4 -1 onood comer of' Jeo0n
the Sovaooooalo Iboii 'Ro:oo hDov)ots: :rtll it) Sic"Iot(
lion of paIolhoot0 tri-on .1 djstao ioe. III its vonosiroi
ie lhe Sptevinl i'totvpl-e to) %'Aoch itis :Ioplto
coiuv to tloo orO niltI OF I1hl SICK'.
hait ion-mlOlid Ct., alr-eloostst ini ench! st1ory Ili I
.111d Ivinale urses, ae Imf tr ot i n b S001 . I ll-.t
t Ieodate, S t r?giecal Ojoerazliunso &v., Ithe ,:lmo00
AtunLIE!-C11,3 a '3,c853
D RS A. . &T. J. -E A G UE, res.;oect
fiiyhrim thei t'o!00 od, m .toot thato
they ha~veo joi-L rove;ihu'l ter FIZ.VSi-:sii -.k of
Andoo will boe plo oso..o too iv:t:t upoonloil %vit-o maoy ravur
themn *viil thei~r jpzruo;.
Srowe w~hI not :otloo u - tw f !v4-a: C:.tao'x m~tC tloi
p!:oe (or m.;* S'ooock o'r D: tu* '", I - 'o voioo-. &eo. U r
fit- i0tl ', rovWelave Io 'll-~ V1 T 00
il tiY) '.P eu CO L .L.E 1'~e
EMo!'vfiv!d C. 11., Mn:v 023 tC III
0.f the T in TEA afacet uy
N 'E' A PD. Tl. T1. 1 I 1 .1 'S' T A N Y A D1
f 'Jl "'HE e~o 0 o rllte00ptoeotri.y itoroot-to I'm
1tci.s. olCat he. :.1 vo.Ioooo.oo to. It's o.o~oooo.~-I *
:I, hars reevoottv oeecteoI :1 Ikto.s* ot:111'1 :o~ooo
ziNop .111 s)" lrcx)at;I I~, vuplo :010Ih
tilw, I'm 000,f' t.0 oi11atits. R~OOF !\ . W o,
010 N'G auol 1 .01 Ci oouo.or (dt' -I' WON01K.
Altvvs0 o..1 1o:11o41 a go.Ioo.1000 :'XO ooott
TIN AND JAPAN WARE!
"1'Mv' eh::io1ts ruliv.oh1o rot siloit Lost 1:o-tCoo. ::Ido
the oO ruo.00oonble terto. 01-ol.4:1- tqlliooio 41.
C. L. t)
Oc~t 3 tr .
Jf~:loi01)rp- .. P.. v~
MARY FOR NEGRO Es.,f
at tention <.f Planters and' Slave-owner generally t
i..hT, in Ang -sta. Gn., for tih 1e o iion
ATIONS or TRE'1 IM NT IN CIRUNIC
1n11d Fenw ick Slreets, between the Genraia :ind to
r bo:h. It is tirelore eonvenient for the recep- -u
tilln, thronghoiut the entire plant, was kept in b
: bvi:: ii tinshed with everythinig whiv!h ran
It sl 11il wiII Iot and cold'baths and ishOwer ro!
hid fatigue and exposur o the patientA. It i:
eontiait attenCto of ex perincted 1Cte
h (f tie suillbrin'g whic too often is the re.,ti
RES illrn rdiina- rivatce practive.
g, per lmitih. Sib.' For all NrCESSA1tX M.Ied.i!C
:is in oridinarv ci v pr iice.
11. F. CA'dlIPBELL, Snrgenn,
.IR. GA3PEELL, Attendingo Phy.sician. .
H, L CU 0NINGHAIF & C0.,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS,
A.) 1:ALE:s IN
FOREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS,
H.MiBURn, S. C.
1 ke. tie ],::, r p rt unity .f retu- i:n: th n i :
oT t our patonmsi d ir'vndIs 1r the verv lib-rai!
!It all i teors we iatve received f it I
sISeveral ye;ar.; pa.t, and rIespectuly solicita contouti
In! atih--.,ne 0 - hi.-4tst nimls. mld bev- en
Itv i w1.V S"ill lie t., ilicvit[ :;ti] &escrve the MIoln.f
ior ,ur obw eow.me fr1en.!s pidth u lien- I.;
rally), by elcuthvy our busineuss as wehvedn
ly~rtofrem~dinervin~ing rtanr repuat~mon tur
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
.\ ndl imah.r :it ti the !ec:.de advantaLge of a'l hie
Th ncete ~ton.ewe have received1 :1nd Tl
:;re con ItiI'v ree.iVinW* lhs in lueed uts to' BUY
A LARGE ;an.i WELL ASSORTED
SItck oft.'!- :!. in Iwo.h-r to meet tie go -:. i o!d_
THE UPEROR UAL2TYL
(Of ;.!I G s ti t the Pe104 . at this esa h
mlent, i<; SO well k -,wn th-it Very hlitl u ld e S m!1 ar
u-.m bi- sbjet But with thea luni.y Of I-mv
1's: CES, and the V.TV best q1:l1.ty of (U D)i, 0
is tie isteill of busie:s the ub.clibelrs are deter
imi:inud to carry out. T;is i i be mae :pplicable ,
Our'Gr elsd in all ins;tnesq will bue what til-y are
.- . s in ceei~ermity wVih Ii he sampile.
\\ear.econ.-i;::iv rI. ecCn n aei u~
-c:it. ng o
L).\ FC1H.ti III. CfL .\!!!li) . ST. CRO IN
AN Nii uILE A NS SUA.\l$,
Ol:L E.\NS SY liP & CUllA M~ -\ll-MES
LbN N Is~i '.\N 1A L.l1, .U iA
SO NI\.: AIU, .\P
WlIITI- WVIN E A NI) A- P'1l.E Y!N iKG.\IS,&e e
WVINESA AND LI~iUORS,
.1::s: 1.; 1 1 esi I C.,i l'i Ae::n , t I.-a ue 7.
'C n ' : i;,.,
* liii. CC e..iraa*e'i :mdC\.inta. es.r
I ii -. El.
it'p . r en, . n. ;:e te e iI~ i,
31 I:t\ PO!;T ?.er cil IlitlYW. 13
* Ci'lPCC i ... . ! el. I :e
* .1 .! \ . \~ NC L i 1 (T le IN 1 1- '
Th . .\ e r :: e' s af n- S: .ue,.. ::.L .u a s t
m: I. ths 1:.:t1 i:Inet i..e th s , :i e <- L
th I ~ . ev ery t e m., e*r
!O % .!. ani p son wlin.te " :'-C t
* '.:.4 c h.i.- \\ it::nd Ciin r :- i :y '-i I4-.'e..
* I 'Ie N .i 'n .\.0;ci, ;: le t.e 'I-h :
iLt e wi~lgvet,-ork pricesasalI te !er .oto i
\ tel c.et1 ut-her k til. l ! t' e. tisic erl. e
hiI~. I.\r (n-I~1.
lftnr ~ inke t. ie. !m kts, C. 2
pciinstl i~en's t hoe Wateeit .r
1.- ls elutngLl i: j.tiicer':e1 cios ly tanrda
c 's i;irl n . , w Nor~ii i lc toe . ts. inl Iur, i
W..,ti a!k ean.!tli tu iii C~loth. Lihan
in .:2::;:8s, S tife 'Ie
..... ... li.. . A e. G '
TW er!,i s in\ i:i tee i:e Ir.teio pae s fX i na G
Va;i :. Tde-:. a. -~i..:I re.orloi. te UNt t3
e s,..:..: cin rete tie t . ;..i-euIra~ :wh, temie
hei 7: def h, h
'Ar [.n I r~sitn. hila'stttrs oia 2iiltie enr :'ysticte
tho e W a e uv.tll too- lb- t'ile E t hd. e bse.
W ejaee t min ed to ymct k ito t hi niai
h sen4 thm t..r fpii: L2 -l hnte
e'm hurrthem eltelhere.
g\ewil iethe mk t prices for Coteln, te
11.I,.Cl* N NG i.\ l
*u:i~es lris l-:pis Yn Pum.ps0, ICC~
A.G . J. TC~U , DrINggi.\I
Nlisur 2 lay t8 85 19
. INEWBY &00 4
WHOLES.ALE AND RETAIL
I CAT P IE l
TRUINXK, CARPET BAGSI Sc.
m. NEWEY & CO., under the U.
. S. Iot:l. .A. ucs-rA. Ga., are now receivifit
I -p .ni he 1,.\ 1IEST. IUCST and MOST
sINo1.\lE ASS ORTM ENT of
-E. 1t1r.d in the Ctity or Aneusta, comprising
'ERIY VAIETY of
r Gtn:lenen and Youth's Wcar, which for su
-ir Q:A1.ITY or MANUFACTURE cannot
surpased in this or any other Market. In addi
n to which, we will weekly receive
n our llouse in New York. We also keep con
ntly on hand a LARGE AND SPLENDID
outh's & Children's Clothing!
Of- Country M3erchants and A LL PERSONS
iting A ugusta will Cer;tny ind it to their interest
eva1nine our Stock. as we are determineil to offer .
-t G ls to the trading public on the most'reason
V Thanukfful for the past kind and liberal pat
initre that we have received from the citizens of
t-ieId and the adjoining Districts, we hope to
rit a continuance of the same.
J. .1. N EWBY & CO.
Augusta, Sept 24, tf
Al1 E 'ndersianel have associated with them in
the Reatly-Matle Clothing Business,- Mr. C.
DA Y and WI. S. WISE, and will continue
same under the iaie of J. 1.Nr.way & Co.
- HORA & NEWBY.
Aa 1, 1S'i5. tl 37
OrrOaIT aiAsxic f.%LL,
BROA-D STREET. AUGUSTA, GA.
Are receivitgr their rull :toek of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
CAtPET AcS, &c., &c.
r Stek wi. co:mpri e all the most fiahionable ar
ls, anf those that can be recommended for dura
ty. A!.o, a large and superior lot of
m'.<; R:p) IOGANS and Women's Leather
We feel critifilcit that we enn show one of the
1-T AS.ORT E) Stock of Goods that has ever
rn in oar City, and re;uest our e;atoners and
en:Is t. ive us a1 cal belfore purcliashing.
.\ u~t: 33
RE EDGEFIELD BOOT AND SHE
N1F. sul striber most respeet- 0
.lldy intforms lis friet'ds that 7 4
is .ill at the sanme old Stand. .
J maikes t. triler,
oocts and ShocF
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORMANS1IP.
A !so, on h:d, a very fein a;sortment of -
retrs, Jhtub-e Sotld Water Proof ana Qulited
nd, as ntU l, a variiety of th'ee FINE P.Ul -I
l O0TS4. sott mreh and s.m j u.tiy :tl tiiredl.
I! ttf n l:.h. in futuret. lhe will sell at t he IL ow
at h'rn'i tfor CASiI a:n-l C.\Si ONLY.
e t~ill .trie:l. adhlere to thi< rule in every inst anee,
d a: niestv truats that NONE will expect him to
-part fr.nin'it. WMi. MlcEVO Y.t
Water Proof Ware-House,
1A3 1URG, S. C.
~7'TIl E Sttbsc;:ber has takn thi
..22 Plxaters WVater Proof *
7':i'e-H~one', fo'rmer'y oeenpiedl by Mr. dlons .
sm :n, S r., and byV stict iit:ntit to buasiness lhe
p-sto Int r z a liberal altare if til* pati onaiije of
e gt-n.-rius public. oft the uppter atnd Cottoin-grtw
1 he W.Vn-e !-.neie is abotve hi:;h wate'r akc :andl
ier ii :eenre fro Fire thain atny thetr Ware I Iouse
I will aibo ti nd; t, rtecevmig a:. forwardintg
Ua.~:i'burg.. Sepit 1st, 18S55. if- 34 .
b. h:s fra-td *tI their pat':.aige wh, I: I. c:im-t in
a,.i!b:rg. :.a:.! hi-reby iinti:tms themii that lie ean lhe
mda:itl (r 1st t'ette::nbvr u-xt.) at the Clo.:. of
'A111). I'. [i i il I.\ RI) &S. CO.. tppte-it.- iit- M!a- -
n~:e M. A .1opin:a. Gat., whern he wou'd he. haipy
se an.l serve them, ::l whre at F UL'L anud
oorvle'o Vteck of Dry Go eds,
ii :h-:.y5It hetiln. whi.La will be s..! as .0W
froma :nty IltS:- ini hie Civy.
M1. A. lU.\NSOM1
.\V I- j-:st rece ve.! *ttome of the best Otardi
ita~my <\:' lm.~\.\'I)Y vter olyeretd in ti
arket. .\!-.t. t'ne Ca-Ik otf OLI) PI.\CI I RAN
t. fr..m ia-. tt Ctun tyl. C eirgia, wvarraned the
re ::lt.a e. in tvery partieuhar. Al.so, liighbland
S. EC. BOWI E Ri, A gent.
.\ tI dailyv reiring mny Splting Stock ctor.s~itg
fenrare!e uually kept in oiur line of busi
swhtich will be stold at Alessras. Lamtback t
tiler' Cash prices. Amnong' my Stock isthie
3est Assorted Liquors and Win
ser* olTere'd in limbu rg, whiicht will be sold
diag tt quality andl not Irand.
S. E. BOWERS, Aass-r.
Carpenter's Sheet System -
\I~ ( Ctting I.adies' Dresses and Gientleme's
/.C.a' and Snecks,--also. Vest.. Pantatloons anti
it. -s, i. !to t r tht~ Yttuths, lloyvs and Girls
rmient- if :1 ki, !s nd styiles, wtill be taiught to
lit iii..! I eni:lemein tby a
~w i lain, Easy and Simple Rules,
a:x to leatrn- them to cut with EASE an~d SKILL
y of the above mentioned Garments.
The C,.pyright of this State has becn assigned to
:o. S. lcN SiLL & Co., of this place.
Persons wihing~ to at ail themiselves of this Sys
n r wanting inthrmation will call or leave their'
lers at Mirs..\leNEtI~s alillmner Estatblishmentt.
GECO. S. MlcNEIL & Ct'.
Edgefield C. T T, Mlay 3e0 ly 20
.FOR T HE LADIES!
IT1E hatve on handl a great variety of Co'gnes,
V' lland kerchief Extracets, Toilet P'owders andi
assortanent of Fa:ney and Tuilet Soaps;
Puomades. Ptare Ucears Oil, Uair Tonies, Restora
es and H air Dy)e;
Pt estonz Salts and A romatic Vinega.r ;
Creaam of Bkauty, Cartntion Rouge, hair De
atory, &c., to all of which thme attenti. n of th~e
dies is respe'cifelly invcited. For sa~t by
A. G. & T. J. TE.\G UE, Druniats.
M1ay 23 t f 19
Caution to all..
LLT Persons in anywise itndebted to the Subscri-.
bets, either individualhly or collectively.,
reby fttrewained to settle tup at ian eaaly date.
atrwise they will certainly have lto settie- with ana
toraney. We have a large aan*'nn o: mnoney tn
se in a clven time, aind are ntece..sarily coeiiIed
ptursue this course. Take heed. tht.-rte:e. aill ye
o are interested. -.1J. 11. .I ENN INGi.
W. D. -JENN INGA.
sept G tf - - --
N Store a fine variety of Paint. Varnmishi, Grain
hag Ulenders. Taanners, Whaitewash, Cram,,
sting antd llait Ii: ushes and Comib- Ftht
ushes and Ivir Glve--Nail, Tooth and Shaving
tishes, &c.4*or stle Uv
A.4 &T. J.'T EAG UE, Druggists.
Mlay 23 t i1