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lUDjijiiED LVXI? WEDNZSDAY N
I. 1. BiRISOE & SON, P
~Tw@DobIAS per year, f
-D01i~t isFrTr Czar if not pad within six
n aza DIo.aaas if not paid before the
rz.the year. All subscriptions not distinct
-the fi s$ Iubegribin il1 be consider
AJ~~d gnU ~ ~ j t th au)
f other States must
I VaLtLT be accompanied with the cAsu.
75 cents par Square (12 lines or les)for4 the Arut in
-srtion, and 37f cents for each subsequent insertion.
When only pblished lionty or Quarterly $1 r
edribe6rf ins nuaied on the iar
gin, wil be continued until forbid and charged accor
gggyO .--.. Tf.J0 T
Those desiring to advertise by the caran do so on
idn d the firm r -in d
aCjdiate. 9iiee Dollad. nr
For Advert:g FaMp'IgmJ TWO 11 I's bI
by;* *i A
A V CT111 A I '
te1h,.12k.ty MA 14thA ubr
'A MaksA.-Paihonik of Beddletin Presidant.
.- VdoaP uis4.Thosha Br Thainas
- e.Ate, J cchi~tromanyd~efge E-iont S
* aatleuR2. J Gh gef .h.-:.Gw 8mmikerb W.
Gibbes, J. U. Adam- -
* Gen'tD.-FIauidon;.4otOan ?.bor.
,traM5ydMctaxter, ergIhbberry, -and T'rhkk
,,.bave ri ee tti dencie of the Fair,
-iite*by -theMembsofWOptbe ExescitiviiCom
-unitteeend Mnarnhad -
.:do.- :--a ''IbitR E'-BUsil(ES. -
- *' s - Sat r&i yid'Mb'8dii,' the 8th and 10th,
the grounds, the large halls and -the stalk; ill
be in readiness fur.tbe'rce tion. of artile, and
-t'l&;2nd 1 i - T surer i .his
- getjil'; wm i't t basips ofices', nearl
"die hfiow inda, to oifata cirusidd&ll
--t 6thimers .U I s de.i*gd hat'as
any'etr -aibre be d-e ongitorday
-tia1, Id, :in ordelto. avoid confusion af r
h*A.rMi. It iR 'spei1iy requested that genttr
ietand tidie residing in the .ima ediate neigh
borhood bring in their fabrics on those days, o
that persona from abioiia may have. good op.
port nity on Tuea .s
The'Secretary and:Treasurir' Oli is situ
atid at the main entiance gate, immediatily in
ftist, -n Up r street, liher, -all art~cles and
-vtekrfoi exhlbitoi.. iuat'Wbreglirly *ntered,
iihFetrance fee* 42) paid,' and ree I for the
- isie obtsind with eard 'of number and posi
on. --UEsDT, H Ts.
The business officepwill be.opened on Tues
- 4ay morning the .ilth,..at 7-del~ock, and Tickets
of wembershiip, &c., will be sold by Uhe.Treasu
rer lhrgqng.thejiay, and. entries received and
.made by le*Secretary till 12:o'clock, M.
~rom- 9'lock, A. 1M., until. 1.2. o'clock, hi.,
tbe~traik. may .be. usoil by. .those -who wish .to
exsie'ise th'eir..borses, under thedirection of the
'chief - Maiaial, who 'has full, control of the
.The,cbairman. of.1tjheq seeul -.committeei of
judgeeespecially, apd illdee.d all, the iambet
,ef the consmiLtees, sptesgfulyeqdsted1o
~report tbemselves to the l40setary -imhiediately
pan teir atrival on the grwieds - -
o the fair that judgos all bhe prompt in their
attendae at that iotr- - -.
. AL this hour. the chaimenof the-severual corn
aitteesqwilt be fjurnishedih .their .booka:of
entsieu, that they may beenabled-early the next
- morning to commence their dutiesf -examina
tion, &c. . ..
.. :During-the remainderiof.lie -afternoon,the
astalin~wad jacks may~be ledont on the grounds
,f~ expreiseiandAexhibition, while the track may
bae,esmied by saddle horses,-tmotters and pacers.
AlsoJsallother. departments of the Exhibition
R~lha pparfor inspection by-uisitdirse
Tha~atsa will be closed at.6-o'eloek,P. M.,
and an efficient guard occupy the grounds during
bg %dD'Dif-WENIsDAT, TUE IlTE.
afaawil be open for the daission of
Gia ed 'at Yelck in the-morning, who are
iijlteatet ~ed as faias goasible lyitk the
anmwi.tho,adnziasnon.pt. the public,
McIelirilt Ji at 8 o'clocki. -- .. -
4'9'b'eic the .exauminattion, of' the horses,
j&~s will commience in the-ring, and
h~'iii~u~ie bfore 11je several..committees of
g4e' tsa elf as the classes'ar'e laid dowa
in the premium list, e~ggnencing first with the
g h. e,~ 'The chief. marshal Will
n.a 4~rer jn.thseproper~eluas4
o the a~r the oda
' Rr~p ppneiwig with
.o . vne classes.i
abal and the band, alt aIess, in every depart
After the annual address the examinition of
the -qnl tw.ilrbe re n Oi. rig, while
th~ 'f ill b~e. oegny~ by .trotters and.
TumRD DAT-TEURSDAuyinR:tH.; -::
The gates will be opened to the public at 8.
At. (.$pst ejghIj o'cIestthster u8l bold gmlbd
dls~la, ~ ~ ,apri;wthert/animnals-son 462ie
g ng l 1mesaleemabtteilI
. -j~ok ghqeengeJieplotring,!-attended&
ny inder--the diretintf.leasd
ei,'iIproceed to the pieItigmab. i~
. A 10 o'clock the course may be used for
no animal or article sold can'lhv 'tle
rounds till tlie close -ef-the- Pair. The track
yseeW 4e bjethes-rwhederetit#r
' tha tuaitgerc patDiingleiUte
rougr~r tay-,rmA, Tm rI '~
Gales w'll eopnedto the publicegt 8 o'clock,
'ts & A I&stibhet ib inofi~of' sick
* li,-~c tl, & cthoe'rsd siring
No article or anin Jl' r'th e
air ground befibe3 itdek, P:. hnidayr
.tssia m ifreehddner
toU7,be 3ssasal0bi 293 amI-S6.
Jaioidmals o -ill ra7 wetl 1866. g
a . . .
r ha e1 rA . he
nds ir Li be
who have paid up their due- and annual mem- j,
bers. will be furnished with tickets which will.M
didmit them d'png the week on appl n to
t e iitary d for, 1 u e.
ilt art f' chrge: On
Tuesday of Fair week-the first day for exami.
uptiomby .-thludga-perO s will be admittd.v
for one dollar.
Tickets to be deliveredi thi Re-telei 0' "'
entering. On Wednesday,.Thursa and Friday,
ft L I'ienf i
eents. The charge for admission of vehicles t
will be as follows:-Coachea. carriages, omni- c
buses, &e., the inmates paying for personal ad.
s q e,.N ;ggiesW ...cents. Children.un. -
der twelve years of age, and servants,, will be
Radiitd 1-thatf*kets ~ The pup 8sof chari
,,uWi'liwftini 0 ' Im -re All
table institutions''u bes itedn re l
Defegates froi- State Agrfbelturai SocIeties,
Mechanfrs' inatItutes, *litoW 'of the ,outhern
States,RepolhAt,&e.*11 reeisve a tietet upon
applIcation at'the-84yetatfd Office, which will
admit 'them-free of obarge, and butitle them to '
tl priliege of the- Ground durng' the d air
NOftCE To P hNC.---sitots In rijAgea' I
tnuit'ent t~hetitte'n -the right'of, iid'thoRe
on foot the gate on the left' of Ticke Office.
PIersdfileavi6tlie graun4 must mhie their
exita4t the Wvisternr gate. Ehisnt dayand eIight
Poliee will ke o.ler on-th Groundf. -Attin
tindewi 'be " etiae atoihePolle These'
ln'Res wilmbq imyeratii4most strictly ob
~ Nithr ~iO~~gnor ~pirituous lquors
- A. G.. Bstamr Secre"ary.
7- ARTbR lMKINS,- 1ETul
WEDLNESDAY, NOVSgMER 5,18.56.
- DVERTISER FOR NAI4E.
THE Seniog Proprietor desires to sell -his one-half
iterest in this paper.toAn approved purchaser.
Itis. one of the best.investments in South Caroli
ad, having a coniiderable ohb'ing business, a splen
did advertising patronage and a bout two thousand
- Awor t tii ise.: The subscriber is now in
tle humor forelling.7, Speak quiok, if you wish
the meansbl securing d handsome competeney for
life. W. F. DURISOE.
S- if - 43
A. Good Chance to Save Costs!
Mr. T. J. WarrAxKE is our authorised Agentto.
ireceive and reoeipt for all monies due this ,ffice.
'Be prepared when be calls. Circumstances beyond
ur.control force us to make this appeal, and we
hope all will comply without farther notice.
TO 9 DAIft.
. Welcodlagaln to your pice in "our columns. It
Mlways gives us -pleasure to' recognise your autograph
amohg the letters we take from the poet-office. Send
your fvors " just alittle " oftener.
Should "-SorutA " and " Cousirr BLANCHE" -(late
correspondents- of. the Informer) see this,.will they
please heed/us whien we offe~r our column. for their
tasteful compositioas- and:ssk them -to occupy for the
future an occasional plac. at our table I -Our
*'-Wreath'' is a pretty one already, but not quits fdl
THE PAIR AGAIN.
range o th pgt Stterair. that approaches.
-y oe msuce itave carfuly. t will: beseen
that antes are to. b condctd~n the widest ad
Carolinians front wvery-nook-snd cornar 'will neet on
common ground. For this object alone, its attractions
are powerful enough-. But the display,' in eaery re
spect,wlll be a noble one; and thoseodf us who donrot
go,will miss si week such ats cannot often present it
self. How many sihall kigelield have therei A bait.
talion, we hope." For ifiag great and a good cause
thatalls us to attend,-th'Neiuse of Progress.
- t TIE INPORNIEr.
Wetregret to see: that our neighot'has been'com
pelled by "stress of'weathcer " to dissiast his gallarit
clippen~. It had berour etpectation to have sailed
on with him for, a good long voyage. But the best
of friends must part jand we can only say, in bidding
ur companion adieu, that it is a source of pleasure
ith us (and will 1 e for the time to come) to temember
zfas harmony which characterized our, intercourse.
May prosperity attend:hdm and his!. .
- -.' TamWj PLAY.'
se" Straniger'&wasuadecidedauccisa. This is the
gederat verdict, pronounced by ope of the largest and
si'rlliant audiences evrer assemblied in M~ige~eld.
The darieb, too, was capaital;' and everything passed
osoothly and tastefully. The players are encour
aged now to higher efforts, .and. they intend :making
sch with a warm ;ood erii
MAJOR BACON'S TRACK.
Aumberof ladies and gentlemen 1had the plead-'
urs, 'tother day, of witnessing two or three betautiful
"bushed " on )Iaj. T. G. BicoN's race-course, a few
miles from this spese. I:-isehoice running ground,
nether .too hard nor too heavy ; and the Major has
some superb stock. His beauty, however, was not
visible on .Saia'rday. Her'name is iSea Breeze "
what a love of a name,!--antd'he hopes centred in her
aiuotfthe hghest. Slie is said by good judgsa toap
proiata perection. Thogiands of luck to the Major
in his spimteId 'efiers to attain the highest honors of
TO OUR BROTHER OF YORK.'
ALLi right. Glad- newirbappened. It shows you
taus in the light we lIk'e to'see mea n to s the
Snget'"Nemirlisto B~rcn Steinfort, " You are a
true lassani-uneomdis tutu ." GitJ us tour hand
for ijeng rt'graa meineitiCumbia
si'oystek super'ths'!rsi eng-e
'.$wan,& Co. dealewq in Watches, Clocks,
Joly.1oqalsof.the publica chance at-its custom.
Tjs~wantt.prove that they can at al timhes plase
their patrone,;. .1 - .
Wit R. CANEsga' aldi'esses eiery body through
outt'cuns.'Ig.ev erV body useg hit he says.
Chiie''store has been so crowded every times we have
viltt~ i'@zsta' rteky that we have not bee .able to
gedoban lii ls goods but we haves goud reasons
tb%.idre tlteui goeiodaq.. -
.-siu -joifr Publisher4&dab' d'rstnr his most pe
eliha, thanks woreiti: M)for the:.two fine, fat
pbme.eed IheWgdildilrkeffaule*'iio' his
hindesis duingrtk d ~ Wirl;'dse to JORN*erH.
fo sfs dP Uli,1fd|Iaplie ls-aNpsle
did. uoh tisacgilght imir'be envied by the veriest
'fli t ni rf e iiurah
si#pris1 4 ing; not only
t6 $4fl s'nrgy and t ~S thern feelingof our
ei'felo z~z n, . Fu.ulii .but that our
p4ie'aa e,1ouraged so osoething.more -yet:
f1 ~efuscmuse. Tue Gesesal.youwilluee,'feels
th. J) more Pgpjdide frgn theSouth wtill carny the
d$ieg1d. Mask te tne .of hid concise -bat
eiap a note,.spd let us bEl aroused to onemore heer'
PL~ArT Civy, Oct. 9th, J856. -
DEan Sia: Your letter; lgether with the draft for
*138A, haes been received~sa tour instructionssltidi
b iD oted.' I Willaenqiredgently for tbh Edge.
W.ae re4 theleotinl$Ifdhilai.0 Tie no .
er oep m septinst :We
Union. Yours truly, -
D. R. AC$Is00
a discover that it isworsf than I
titinue the publication.
st ap peal we intend .tomake orthe
se du are determined that shal
it ail close its pages before -we-be
H. MAYNE, ES.
reposes to canvas the State short- i
ly,,with t e of forwarding the new Magazine
snterp -l ch we made mention in a late num
bes; In etion with this business, he designs de C
e'jhgi h town and; illsge through vhich lie
may pss agle lecture on iriodical Ieiterture, its
influencei :advantagea, for which he will charge
baeay expenses. We trnst Mr. HAIYNE
willinot . .'d in his .route., We bave aLy
ceum that I welcome him; and, if we are not very
m=h-deel , he--willxbe-omplimented- with-a'full
and fashio ti.'.attendance. it will give us pleasure
to call nst a partuarrlito the 'eivninhJ may
thus occuay herite hall have infornied-is upon the
subject. W M iJuake all arrangeneflt to aroon
lights, &_. idvance of his arrival.
Tax -repe df-a failure id-Cotton oUet Wst'are now
eetain. : MiSiSppfOnadstaJte yO 6adlouches
a statement ttht efeet; and the .yuiralls not only
reliable In itibets, but centrilly 'located at Jckson
on the rsss river, Wheie ood opInion may be
made ip. it,lih d now-that the croy Milhat by
any means -ehhthiree millions. Bat the prices are
fine, andwi all- Sell ai-soon as y
For the Adveftiser.
Sweet THo eo'.hoithst f 66rom me far, far away,
edia a ts'o~e of thy brief,- right spring
'ta s arth ga tbr fast o'er my
As the wave lA agony-over me roll.
Tlp the " 6m of sorrow no hope-star ap
And my heart'. weeping silently over Its feirs,
-TidtvanIshed3( aye like some dream of delight
'Twill ne'er rthy shining, iweet star of my
Why tarriest tiu, Hope? Are thy rainbow-lit
All weary of dripiag 'mid earth's fair,frail things?
.Where the lightthat shines brightest but bids us
Of the shadow that lingers forever so near!
Where the flowie.of feeling arebln but to die,
'Neath the cold lwith'ring blight of misfortune to
Or blooming unnoticed, breathe out their short day,
In sorrowful sweetness soon fading away.
Where each gem's only judged by the setting 'tis
And hearts can be bought with a due weight of
Where virtue in rags is passed sneeringly by,
And vice clothed in purple still triumphs on high!
Where the fet hearts that cherish an old-fashioned
For earth's mournful beauty or Heaven above,
Ar like the sweet visits of angels, so rare
That they seem but lost relies of Eden so fair!
Where thy hope-light shines dimly to cheer us still
To the home where miefortune and. changes ne'er
There love reigns forever unsullied and pure,
And sad hearts finid joy never dreamed of bcfore.
Then delay not thy coming, sweet star of my heart,
Shine on in thy beauty, and never dtpart,
Lest, earth-sick and weary; I fatint by the way,
And ne'er reach the land of Eternitl, bright Day !
lIY T. P. K..
-In the deep shade of night's lone hour,
When hushed is all the wvorld below,
Mysterious dreams assert their power,
To cheer the breast or bring it woe.
Each night I seek my lone repose
-They hausit the chambers of my brain
An~d oft some secret they discloso,
'To give my else calm bosomn pain.
They call flown spirits from above,
That sweep their harps with plaintive tone;
My heart responsive swells with love,
And still my spirit feels alone.
Yet 'tis a joy to greet the smile,
And kiss the brow qud press the hand
Of those that know not care or guile
The dwellers of the " spirit-land."
Fond dreamn ! ye bear rne smoothly o'er
The deep blue sea I roam'dl in youth,
And guide my bark safe to the shore,
Where still are throbbing hearts of truth.
Ye guide me to the summer lbowers,
Where oft in boyhood's day I've strayed
O'er fields all sparkling with bright flowers,
And r-est me In the rural shade.
Sad dreams ! ye lea0'me to thie spot,'
Where loved obes'deep ansd silent lie;
I call, biut oh! ithey, answer not,
-And then my bosom heaves a sigh.
B right dreamhs I ye siow iue far-off lan~td
Where glorious scenes break on my vtew;
I walk on Jordan~d golden sand,
----And thinl-IPre lie the wdrld adieu.
False dreams.! Se fill may heart with joy,
Too gushing for the night's t'epoe;
[ wake tohknow therb is alloy .
Ini every pleasure earth'besto.ws.
.dgefield District, 8..O., Oct. 20th, 1856.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL 800IETY.
The Societytuet ,in the %.ggrt Hogse, org the #d
i, and elected the following Gentlemnen as officers
for the ensuigg; yel To wit..
*ALFRES DEARUNG, Pesident.
Avoit~ Bzgsn, - ice President.
JotiM H. FAIR, 2d Vice President.
A. Siaas1 Corresponding Secretary.
E. J, Muis,'Treasurer.
. J. H. Ml iass, RecodIg-Seeatary.
The followirng Gentlemen were then appointed dele
gates-to- the State 'Agricultural ISoiety, to pieet is
Colubia on the 12tli'his,*to wit~
A~anDDKaZas, JioiN H. FaiR, Di. Tuas
aki J1a5. RAINeloRo, A.' SzuIN~ .. I us,
W IrslON. 15. ppu,) . -. JZNI4Ies,
Z. W.' ~~I , SuLIVAN. .
saTiejg'g then s~ae4e, . -
3. II. SIMSi, See'ry.
A R RWAikiPi ST EAM1ER ASIA.
Nrw Ytija Oe. lif.4T.Yhe'stesaf 'Asia hae
arrived, 'brktgn~'t~4'dajs' later news from
Euopii' 'Ih : a est21afe are to Oct. 18th.
'LvfikbF %J lS i 4ow. .The Coltts
tlorketa6'aifetyd rIees ha adisneed l15L1/
with but few! 'tls 0'ering n 'tie, markat.
Sales of 'Ihe".wegk '3,O0bhles; elodina wh'
prices in 'favoi-of' s'elr Il feen*iib, UQf.&
Co quifte i16. advai'ee on- lower"' qualities.
Speelaors took 15,000 and experters .8,00
bales. Fair Orieahi '7Ad; Fair"M6b1le' Gd;
Fair Upland old.; Middling Orleans 6:d.; Mid
dngMoie- and Uplands- !7.-16djvto d91.16d.
SaleofFriday:10,0003biles, of:whieh 'Ijula.
tos ad expotiers .teok 8,000. oy.- Te -n.
.fis-ieithejdlrure. of. tliet'atst steamer
. 1;be 6000 aleq Stele oharhand .461
000.-Private lettetsaadat-Able.-'. t - ,
.James Mc-Kenry quotes the Flour market firm
on the better grades.
Msix~ e... orn33jos*
Money a-nive, and Consols quiet at 91 A
Sj'he bullr9n in the Bank- 6f lngland lis
The politilaitintellige e'is not important.
AITairs in Napies are o1chtn:ged
TIUmonetary aicles in the Times and New"
if Satirdli nrc .oro faverable. The supply
of money in the discount. market and stock ex
hange 9n Friday Aertioon wi liberal. Finan.
ial letters rrom Parisre also more encouragmng.
Anstrit was e vn:ling the Principplities. .
Thi fikro.Cdtioi market hdadfdnceid if.
auls for the week 7,000 Orleans at 104f.
MARRED, on the 2d-instant, by Rev. J. P. Bodie,
Ur. SAMUEL McNUS and Miss MAaTUA HoasRN,
MAiaRIEDg on' the 28th ult., by Rev. Mr. Rush,
Wr..Joa. R. Lzz, of Co!umbia, and. Miss MARY
LiZAB8THI,. third daughter of AbramJones, q
4 Zdgefield Distriat.
DTsD, -at his father's residence, i.Lincln0 C
geo on the 25th of September, Gzoos:
KA,. In the 17th ear of his'age.
The relentless 'ease which proved so fatal to
this V g maii' was CongestiveFever,aud of Port
lr tion-, he 6ieltig cdfimed, to his bed not- ilger
than two or three iy.' Reiiderefect! "And be
Ve'also ready. for in the hour ye think ndt,'the Son
Df man cometh.7
The deeeaded was a member of no chureh,-but up
toahis death had lived an exemplary lire, and was
loved and respected by -all who knew him.
bHe h-a left a father and mother, with aumerous
relatives and friends, to mourn their iireparable loss;
but why. should they mourn ? The God that gave
him his.taken. him-let God's will be, done.
DEPARTED this life, of a Congestive Cill on the
20th Oct., In the 60th year of his age, MO. 'RANDAL
The deceased had qualities and opportunIties
which in early life.bid fair for usefulness. He was"
baptized at Hrdy,'s by the now-sainted Elder T.
Norris, In 1881 but was expelled in 1836, for the
sin of intemperance, which, like a dark cloud, occa
sionally hovered ov'er the sunshine of his prosperity,
and made his remainifig days more or less gloomy.
He was naturally a good man, for he was never
known to get drunk 'to nccomplish other crimes;
but was always kind as -a neighbor, affectionate as
a husband and rather, and humane as a master.
May others observe the life of this good man, so
much beelouded, and early drive away the sapor of
intemperance, by total abstinence from intoxicating
drinks. D. D.
DIED, on the 14th September last, after a.short
illness of a few days, at the residence of her son,
Isaac Edwards, Mrs. REsEccA EDIwARDs, in the
76th year of his age.
She had been a consistent member of the Baptist
Church for many years. She adorned the profes
sion she made by an orderly walk and godly con
versation.' She left eiglt children and numerous
relations and friends to mourn -her loss.
- COM ERCIAL.
HAMBURG, Nov. 3, 1856.
Co-rron-There has been no material change in
our market within the pasi week. The receipts
have been moderate. Prices remain firm at former
quotations, viz: 11 to 11 eta., and choice lots would
bring 11 j ets. K.
A Meeting of the Members of the Edgefield
Lyceum is earnestly requested and peremptorily
commanded to be held in the Hlall of the Lyceum
on THURSD AY M10RNING, the 6th inst., at 11
o'clock, as business of implortance will be trainsaeted.
By order of the President.
LOUDON BUTLER Secretary.
Novembem, 5 1t 43
To 'the Afflicted. __
....~,.mrrnrm tesumobnlrin favor of that
estimable medicine-" PERRY DAvis' PAIN KnLL3Ra."
When passing through .Guinea, sonme two weeks
ago, I purchased al your agency a 25 cent bottle.
I was then suflering from a severely bruised hand ;
I applied it in the store, and was astonished ait the
almost Instantaneous relief. Rlefore I left the store
the inflamation was removed, and ini less 'thaii an
hour the pain eased. In two days my hand was
(hell as ever. Finding it to be really a remedy,
determined to try its effects as a curative fur -the
Piles, to which I have been a martyr for years.
Aftcr five dressings, my piles were among thethings
that had beeni; I am now entirely free from them,
and in as good. healhh as ever I was iii my life. I
have recommended- the Pain Killer to others, and
alvays with good effe.ct. Several of the captains of
the upper river boats carry with them a constant
sply, aid copiider it one of the most valuable
medicines ever discovered..
I am, dear sir, respeetrully yours,
'JOSEPII 0. MA RTIN.
gg Sold 'by' all dealers in niedicine.
.Look at This !
Inever saw thme man or woman yet who did not
like to hear a piece of good inews, especially. when
that news nearly afeted their interests. Listen
now to what I say : A rumor is afloat iii the city of
Augusta that the 'incoming President of the United
States means to promote a few South Carolinians
and Georgians to places or high honor and advan
tage. Now, I mean to- do more for the whole peo
psle'of thosec two States than any President of 'themi
all. I nian to shoce them better and dheqper than
they toere ever sed before.
"And who aroyou, pray ?" -
:7 E'. S.-SraxoNs, .dealer'- in' Boots end Shoes,
Trunks,&e., opposite the Auogusta Hotel, Augusta,
Georgia. ' ';
t1l7 The Friends of Mr. M. W. LYLES respect
fully. announce ljyi as a Candidate for Tix Collec
tor of Edgefleld at the next eleotion.
lDTThe many friends of Mr.'THOS. B. REESE,
announce him as a-Csndidate for Tax Collector of
Edgefield flitriet, 'it'tlwe asuing eletion.
.*gThe JgiondM of Capt. E. W.-HORN, re
spectfully annawnc him asa a 'Candidate -'for Tax
Chlootor of Edgefield Distriet-at'the enisuing elee
A REGULAR CommunIcation of
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A. F. M-.,'will be held at thei Hall,
nn Saturday evening, Nov., 22d, at
By order of the W. M.
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aJnal interest. (10,per eont)- andi .a mortgego
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Oc.2 y, 4
nd8~O f qr
- 9rponi -
m jog ;' , M the senseyeuevidently mean
Tiere irnothing overweening in thIo. webear
Sthe American Union. We love it morefor .it past
ajtllti present. Andlif we hope for.itd'dmitinUanCe'
-is t*ith -he p'vis'tbaAl4e dernmenthea
onstitutional one, both in theoryftnd in. practice. If
le stillimnst thatevents may-leadito.its preservation,
is because we reverence the me~n of the-Revolution
gid aItd'no'tiha Ihlir wark sis6 bIe'ist-a 'rek
r We a .eem Ionist,paTtilan~se we
eievedi secesion would stai-de the country and lead
) a radical ref f t evilsAhatwere upgrtu. ,Of
ourse, if disu- ' -Q& beed the esnli,3 wei-were-of
inse who believed that it would have been far worse
- -Noi'h W iiiS66i'.eTiiah $0fli1ve In
epentiy'andl prospermly-withht herself. We doubt
the NorthWould It- iald have een so if disunion'
ad orcurred In 1851.. Itwould be so now. If Fro
2ont is elerted, thp Union will, indeed begin to be a
athsme thing..i.0et As is-beat, A sotnd Democrat
nd:a--tried:Statesman is. tohe onr next. President.
Inder his admiistrarttim (and this is the secorkdlbranch
uf fo6 Nrid'. inte rr toin ) -,7.0r3oM ueffet
That we thought Sacpssion would. . few years ago
ave done." W e "fNeliy ne4 to the Buch
nan Term," is you.say. because we think he is the,
anfor the occasion. He may dor.nora.tha " post
op. the el day,"' as. any.havgsaid. He mayplpce
opitutional Justice uppa pedestal. from which it
my never he shaken again; (and by ConstitutionaL
udice we. afiair. play and equal privilegen to all.
aftsof our. comouoo ountry."; He may crush Akbolij
ionism in the mud of its own filth, that-t hall:not,
rginlift its head In the presenee of-dllihten6dd Lib,
frty. H,-may~do ithis, by ithe po*ir 'f'his position,
)y the-pirer of-hi. 'paty, by the. poWer otrth, by'
be v ftilsuldf' South, anb, lasit ut not-lesst
y.the power of his own strong charseter and lening
nt'alieot. I-it is'thi8 thatiinees us, and wi'tAInk will
ueline all-conslderate sotiernimn, td'tfi "', ian.
in Term." Of coute our hopes may be ifiui
kih may- be unavailing, our prophecies niay prove
utle; But we i *ilr'wait to be convincd of this by
he dimonstration of'actusiie. Ati resnt,or feel
ng* io the matterwoui tiest expresaed-by lan
iage'like that of oii wiho a in regd ton infin
t, hg.her matter-" Lerd I beibve, help , smine
I our riend answeted?,'
-- .,.1'HE SOUTHI' R1 LIGHT.
Tn last number of this, publiction is decidedly
ood, aboundi ig as sIt doea in muh that is relishable,
mngaging and improving."'Well done, brother W.; your
barque isfying over tie' waters fiiiskly and well.
May the return cargo be i rich one.
And sorry are we, to hear that you are going to leave
2.: Such men as you, are too scarce to be given up
ightly. Would tbafyou could reconsider and remain
o the and of the. chapter. Your very. prqsence is an
Intidote to all that-is unkind, crabbed, selfish, bigot.
d or slanderoud. .Glad tho' that we shall see you oc
iasionally as you come to look after 1he " Light."
Call at the cottage on the Columbia road whenever
oun pans this way.
TaE CUR RTQN ICROOLS.
these admirable Schools deserve more than a pass
ing notice.. They are pleasantly located a mile or two
East of the Edgefield & Hamburg Plank Road, and
ome eight or nine miles above the latter place. Mr.
LersLY, one of the really eminent classical teachers of
our Stat., directs the Male Academy, while Mr. JUH.
Moass, of Lauren., superintends the Feinale depart
nent. Other coampetent instructors are also ret.ained
for the ensuing year; and there cannot be a doubt
but that universal satisfaction will be given in every
brancht. The attention of the people of the Western
part of South Catlina is asked to tihe advertisement
of the Trustees of thiese Institutions.
.ENTERPRIgii AND MATRIMONY.
Tihe Greenville Enterprise comes to us clad in smiles
at te connubial plunge of its Editor'. Bachelordom
- Oh,-what were men, a 'world without a son."
Enterprise and Matrimony ! They' are terms to
silnlate the faintest traveler on the rdad of life.
They make up a motto that keeps the world a-going.
SBuffet it," now, brother PaReCE, "with lusty sinews;'.
ad you'll be certain to gain " yonder shore "-the
hore of success, wealth, happiness and pretty babies.
THE KINGSTREH STAR.
.This is a new paper,- published at Kingstres, Wil
iamburg District, S. C., by GIr.BER-r, McKstan-r &
Da, and edited by J. E. McKrnca-r. Ii claims a
tlace " ir. the ranks of the free, unfettered democracy
of outh Caroqling," an4 " \vil. ever .cling to time .time
ionoredriuicipleu pf thati party." Tmse niamber before
rsdo.s credit to its mang~epent,.nd giyes promise of
most. useful and interesting paper. B~es wishes for
Now is time time .to fix our roads for the. winter.
'ake from four~to six days every fall, (as well as
pring,) and use them well; and theestfect will be bet
ter and better roads every year,' until at length the
harge tat attachmes to our District in this respect will
re wiped out.
1. Le everybody-lawyers, doctors, ministers,
merchantar, mechanics, farmers, sick persons and well
oes, read Dr. Br.mss' advertisement of this week
Disease of the Stoemach. Its Conastuences--which is to
e fond .In apothier column. Next 'week Dr. Bruss
will show that there is no such disease as "Debility,'
ir " General Debdlity."
.---- A LAST APPEAL.
We commend the following remarks, taken from
he Carulink Thines, to 'the :intelligence and spirit of
>ur people. They are penuned in behalf of the " South.
urn Quaterly Review," a work no*'threatened with
xtinction on aeonnt of the indifference of its Sooth.
rm friends.' Thie proprietors of the Timses. arepiso
ihe publishers and proprietors, of the Reviero, and
herefore speaki both knowingly and feelingly. Thiu
their calm, final statement should be scanned alosely
y every Southern reader; and may the result be an
ap~pls Jp-poprjmpg of furnde to' enable them to~continue
workr so necessary tap Sqpthern y)teIture.
ouhern ' arreri uiae-W have be placed
udder great elligations 'to - r~'remhrin' of the ars
ror the ifreqdent and favoralile editorials they hae
penned -in beh'alf of the 'Review.-"-"-.
.The. Spartapbutg .ikpress of thu 16th iitst,' in
n aricle touching upon~ISouthern patronage sustain
ig Northern Journals, and Periodicals, says:
"1W hiaielieng' us, pisiing for ptronage, d lRe
rd,edised- r~bably thiofoundest intellect Of
th ie b~~il o uth Review t ml htbe-,-'and will
,,spsae orpament and; *a ug honor to
Ad yet th* ''tnai r icefiat. ought not to be
alw d ito ---that 'desiee 'an 'honorable place in
every l' rary. . Let every: man who feels an itees
in Sethern literature do his duty and warai off the
shate uL,perising the Southern Quarterly Review
to sink witii' prsent qmgnagemet."
We wish to dea candsdl aml .apenly w~ith the
trields of the Queirterly,1st bds.*e maake tbil
bqvijotia tonnder to.itted~c what-wkhaVe
We b:kpssslaof tetitle of the '@eview last
winterad seenrufo ein od l mn~en tite
talent ad sv*oe of'not ere' ars of
the snt~t th.Revs Dr.: 'Pon l-wiho is
s~~,jmoe rto. rotrethe co'mlraion.or mhny
inast'r minds -and tietwo numbers which have sip
pplunder fils irection have been assined a char
hsecnltts neother'periodical now pbished~
.Our correspondents ar's p'd 63.00 ''r ps, for eve.:
page ofpaterrppb imhs t. le,. and we
lvaboredo makeit.l ja -ds. fd:pouuld
have it. 'But~ (and *e regreto "state ii 'fget,). we
hae'ioeaii d oter S600':uin the presenrvohlind,
barely suflicient to. pay.*or'he paper- upon which thb
We havie distributed 1300 copies of eah number
or the Rview to subscriheri which ought to-have
realized for tis'$6;'500, and thus have placed the-w6rk
on a-Grubasis. - ' ' '
The number in pies..which- will be issued enith
lt'Noveber., we areauthorised to say will be sub
siiltted as aispeciineil, equsj;" if lot iufrio' 'to any
previousntunhbaitd if it phmoidd -unf tiiil teri
mt that the friends-ofiheedterpiseha'edeteinm3
opt to sustain it, bty continuing to. withhold; thesub.
ecit:t ''rv' we will be forced to yield to the prest
mitre andaa ous the work as soonastm. M'e oue i
-itIlhlve'1ee~ed'hl Revitw the' speni
Fesie?idued o forward urn' eehalf-the
'psiitd price, we would be encou'raged to go on;
bu : it i ymrq tipr receipts have aniounted
only to about' 60, i-'taWe )pjiald' to'authors,
..s....r., a....li,. ......g.ed upo th a.rk at
Dispasejef the Stemach
ISE ASE OF SU STOUMd not tenjex.
ist Vtthoiit iavolving,-sooner later other
organs of the bdy i knowledge . his fact is of
Stheopist imp to thephysiciaaililiiso&
the stomach to other organs takes place-the princi
ple upon which it proceeds-the symptoms exhibited.
in the -course of its extension, are' of the first impor"'
tance in theguidance towards philosophical treatment.
Ignorance'as regards 'these points, has been and is
dsiyi being thg soudce -of the most. dangerous 'treat
ment, 'and the very treatment' which.is the cause of
myriads of uncured cases, worn out and debilitated
-constitutions, and of those long trains of morbid symp
tome which attend too many patients thro''life, known
and called " general disease"-a term, however, with.
out aIy meaning, from the fact that there is no such I
state of systeirf as " general: .disease," as will be en
deavored to be shown in 'my 'advertisement'of next
Chronic disease of the stomach produces disease In
other organs through the agency of the nervous sys
tem; the disturbance or Irritation created by diseased
.points in the stomach, is carried along . the-nervesto
some near organ with which it has a nerve communi
cation, and the disease there set up is said to be a
sympathetic.disease, or the organ is said to be seconda
nly afficted. 'As an instance of this sympathy, a
person receiving a blow upon the. bead, the-blow is
followed almost immediately by vomitin-the stem
aeh sympathises with the disturbed or ir ated brain.
,gain, any indigestible mattr' taken upon thb6stom
Ash produces headache-Inthis ease, thebrain sympa
thises with the stomach.
This extension of disease, which takes place along
or through these nerves is either occasibal 'or 0erma
-net,.and the frequent repetitlbn of'the former pro
duces thelatter-for instance, Dyspepsia, -or a small
.point of inflarqtnatory action of the stomach prodhces
headache, dizzlnesss, sleeplessness. fullness of .the
blood vessels of the brainflushed face, &c. These
morbid symptoms will- continue for a longer or shorter
period, die away and disappear, and after a little time
recur again-hence the term occasionaL The inter
vals between these recurences become..less and less
distinct, until at last the brain becomes permanently
involved, and'ia apoplectic of paralytic con
gestion, imbecility and death is the result-hencetlie
name ake.n... ...
n hereI.Wolutake occasion to advert tonbe
very great importance of attending a itme.o these
primary initiatory symptoms of diseased stomach
which are set up as a warning, 'ipe'klng plainly and
forcibly to the patlenf that unless a correct and proper
treatment be at once instituted, 'no- matter of how
mild a form they. may at. lrat appear- ther is.mml
nentdanger of the brain or some other vital organ
becoming permanently involvid. There early symp
toms are too frequently overlooked or regailed' as
some trifling disease that will very soon pass off, and
thus thepatient lives on, taking no thought of the
increasin gfrequency or vehemenoy.of those " trifling
complaints" arising from disease of the stomach, un
til at last other and important organe, the brain, per
haps, or the lungi, or the heart, or liver, or some
other organs have become almost immediately involv
ed. Then it id that the patient, upon reflection, finds
that his disease has long been creeping upon him,
gaining, almost imperceptibly in intensity, until some
new phaic of the disease suddenly awakens him to
notions-of his true situatioh. His friends, perhaps,
discover that his "mind is not exactly right," that
his " brain is diseased," and off the poor patient is
hurried to the mad-lhouse, there to be treated with
the straight jacket, blisters to the shaven scalp, &c.,
and no thoughtpgtaps taken by the medical attend
ant, or treatment instituted for the frst great cause
and the continuance of all this trouble, viz: -DISEASE
OF THE STOMACH.
Perhaps, instead of terminating in insanity, a very
different phenomenon is exhibited.; the surging ef the
blood-towards the brain produces at last a palsy of a
limb from partial pressure of the brain or a pas of
the entire locomotion from the pressure of bl on
the back portion of the brain, and the poor patient is
obliged, perhaps, to submit to the blood-disgorging
operation of the lancet, a: shaved and blistered back
bone, stimulating and burning embrocations, vith
very little or no good, and probably with 'no thought
on the part of the attending.physician of the first
great cauiseand the continuance of the disease, viz:
DISEAS F THE STOMACH..
Perhaps, instead of either of the above termina
tions, a very much less serious result is the conse'
quence-perhaps merely a pain in the shoulder or
head, and Tic Doloureux of the face; and for this
Tic Doloureux, the poor patient must down with the
calomel, iron, arsenic, &c.- to be tormented witl
burning bisters, setone, and the like-the attending
physician regarding it, perhaps, as a simple loca
affection, entirely losing sight of the fact that the
lining membrane of the first great cause and contin
uance of these pains, viz: Disease of the Stomach
-propagating dlisease In the liver, and the liver in it
turn extending its irritation, and producing paim ii
the shoulder, head and face. How frequently has
painin the right s'houlder been. looked upon, namned
and treated as a case of "liver disease," " inactiou
of the liver," (vague ..and, unmeaning terms,) anid t
a great majority of cases withoot any benefit accria
been treated had the true pathology of the case-.the
true cause of the disease, in fact, the disease, beet
properly understood-if they had been regarJed as
the consequence of disease of the stomach, producin:
morbidt action of the liver, and the latter in its turt
senditig its irritation to the shoulder, face and head
P'erhuaps, instead of either of the atuove termittation
taking place, a mutch more common one exhibits itself
viz: a disease of tle lungs. 'There is no so omtmot
an ocourrence as disease of the lungs being produced
by disease of thfe stomach, cannot lon: exist without
producing dIsease of the lungs, and there nee sena
a casq odiseased lungs but that waas produced byp 4is.
enasotp digestive organs. The disease called Pui,
monary Consumption has its origin in disease of tht
stomach, and from no 'ther source. From the ver)
elose nerve connection between the stomach andI t~h
lungs, thi6 latter is a constant recipient of nil irrifa
tioti from the stomaoth, which tends tothe formatint
of tuhercles, the commencement of Polmontary Con
sumption-first, by not only indutcing a diseasedl ,tate
-of the air tubes, but also by setting up a sympaithetic
irritation in the spongy tissue of the lung ; and see
ondly, bty producing a morbid state of the blood ii
consequence of imperfect 'digestion of food by. the
tmfiamed stomach. This idea, I am well aware, as
regards the -cause of Consumption, is at variancewitti
die great mass of wise heads of the profession,. hut i
does not makte it any the Is true.' There are as
wiseheads as any in te profession who have-promul
gated the doctrine for years, and years ago was I sat'
isied, from my' own observation, that ConNumption
hiad its orIg~inm disease 'of thet stomach,' and'too not
in a few isolated oases, but in, every' instance, and
*.efy any physician to 'point to a case of- Pulmonary
Consumption that, upon close-'inquiry and minute ox
amination, it could not be found, and beyond a'doubt,
that ihto patientihad' bien previously laboring uoulet
diseased digestive organs. There is no' - dsease 'sc
much dreadd, or looked upon with so, matich'hnrror,
as Consumption. ~All sorts of. "specifics" have beet
invented for its cure.; every conceivable combitiation
of drugs aln'ost have been coinpounded, and the. pnor
sufferer sent to alq~ost ayery porner of the inhibitable
~globe fo,/relief',but all to v'ery'little pttrpose. Physi
ians take charge of'sucli cases with great hesitation
apjd doubt,.and t.he.palient nuowt looks only for tempo
rary and insignifloan$. relief. And why Is this ? Vs hy
all this misery qrd qufilring,..all this medical labor
n vaini Simpl from' miscon'deption as regards the
true cause of dease, via t' Disease of the Digestive
Consumption is as capable of being 'cored 'as almost
any other disease. when no-. too far advanced-when
te lungs are not too much cosatned- It ia imspossi
ble to create new itupga,,orto pika.:tbem;;so opt
again and occenpy'the plagie of igpgahtills .een
destroyed and annihilatedoby iner.i thon, supj aoni
and-expectoration ;- but -when sufficient of'h lung
remains, for the' purposes, of their oilice,'not- only
further destruction mayebe.:remedied, but an entirely
healthy action of this remain'ag':portion .of the lung
may be brought about.' *Fedtof 'cases of Pulmonary
Consumption having been etired, and the subject af
terwards living: to gbod old age, have beeti too often
shown by poet mortem examinationr, -to-admit now-a
days of' a single doubt. Rest assured this end Is not
attained hy " doctoring" the lungs and having no re
gard 'to other diseased organs. 'o for by prescribing
fr the longs, most viltiabie time is being lost; 'and
without benefitting the paitient one particle, for the
efect is being "doctored" instead of the cause; but
to strike ast the root of the evil, and to sigrike effective
ly, go at once to the stoinach, and there wvill you find
the cause of all' this trouble, and only by removing
this can the patient have any hope of 'recovery. To
tlk about curing Consumption by applying remedies
to the lungs atid taking rio thought or inistituuing'no
treatment for other diseased parts of the system isall
nonsense, and'thte 1:eIght of emipiricismu. ..No.patiesgt
was ever osiM~ nor ever ii be by s ueh prescitions.'
.ok:welltothe stomach--searir there for diseasied
ettns.(and yu wiltways Sdda plentyof ii)yand a
treatment smay le instituted'with no little hope of sue
ess-a treatment may be instituted that will, in a
great majority of cases,' outr6 the 'patient, provIding,
of course, the luinga are not too much consumed.
To enndltide thliaready too long adeerthsement, I
will remark, that .bere are, thousands of Clergymen
throughout the United States troubled with that vsr7
conmon disease, known as " Clergymen's sore threat,'
andp8k1f not one in one huindred knows the true
causeof their disesserhapw from ihe'fact. of'ifs
noer haling be'en properiy explalned to -them by
hir physician, and ppassibly aliso from their physicias
t akigawrong view aa rggards its true cause. Out
of' hufreds of'case tligt have (alleii. uncler mijpb
sevation,- thieme-hasb&eei % 'sitige' instane Ihat'it
lessnoattibttable'Wdlses'sof the digestive organs.
Frombh factiof themucouessembrane'ofthe air tubes
being a constant recipieniti of. irritation havuingitsori
gin ips..disesell digestive organs,. these air-tubes take
o:i ajt'extreid'tlensitiveness. whichi produces a large
smofnt' of ideirbid hecretion, and renders shepatient
exceedingly suscep.tible to changd*in tihe temperature.
caing hiim to be continually subjet to" fresh colds"
and "-copighs"sthe :frequent,,reptiden of wich in
duces. that chironic 'infiarmmation 'of .the. air-tubes
kno~n ids""lronebzitls,t" aiid "Clerynen's ;
-anenido-ta iffmilids let rneksay, that'if I
have-menition alken of the-dIsiease wish ivbi~h
ou are afliistedi rest sstiredAl is folly for 'Votio
oten ,ier ap 9yn o 4p ~ eeuls at
will Snd noet only the frst great cautse of youir.allment,
ut the intao alko of the contnuanice of yourimalady;
and I isouid respectfully coil your attention to the.
m...its of myIem..dy _ mn=-nwu "Bis..' Dys..tc
i thaave made use of exten
si t of the above mentioned di
.In my private practice, and alsays
disti piestresults. if aken closely,according
tosdi l , it wil-Awofail to oure'any case of Dye
pepsi isease of -Stomach, andall other-d'l5
eases.i~ing their origip in that diseased organ
tnfutre adverlisements, make mention of
that have their*ouigin in disease of the
stomach, and which can only be cured by h well di
rected treatment of that organ alone.
W. W. BLISS,
'363 Broadwa ew
LSSDY EPCJSDT for by
The medicine cn be forwarded. by maiaad he
will take pleasure in sending.it .to any A on
receipt of $2- cost of the -edlcine. -
Nov.5 It ' 43
THE NEW CAR IS FINISHED!
THR Snbscribers rtspecfaU7 iifolm'ihe dies
.1 and Gentlemen of Edgefield that their NEW
,CAR is jt completeinZaumat-bewd and
periet manner,- which enables thbo to take the
And othe'best of a ' ilty that
has ever been ofered to the al. of the District.
The CAR will remsta ~ a"
this Towbile lr- like94 Q br'tness
and suoh an on'ewilTgve yoUn'd msbab-L4
soon, or the Car wili leaveyeu . - -
Trhe t sakAmbsf
deceased persons .opied tsuy
ff.Cme soonu- ,-cpe a8Nly,2ifdq* MOMa
take a tage 'of a oort
ofered' 'Remember, U delays a'ladro
.! 0: 'A.T.:'LYON-& .
Nov 5, ... : ,.itf . .
CHEAPCASH STORE! 'T
WILL IARlCRA It
IS onstantly reeving at hIs CIS uI'6$i,
large supplies of '
NewR and l Fashioablefil *
Which he is selling at a SMALI LAD
VANCE on New Yo*rk. COO.- 0Ie i1 to
celved by the last Steamer--:
Wide Blk Silk VELVET, for Cloaks and-Talpass -
Plain and Printed DeLAINES, very cheap;
English See. Mourning PRINTS and otier new
- styles; . . : .
Beautiful styles GING IA S,.at 12& is..
Ladies' Mierono VESTS,1lug and short' eeyes;
Chambrays, Briliants aa'Nainnoi si m !
Cloth Cloaks and .Talmsb, low: priced; -
Kentucky Janes, 18jto25 c; Satiuetts, 37 to 75;
Plain' Muslin:DeYJA INES, 126t' '
All wool Red-FLANNEL,. at 25:ts.
'Brown and Bleached Stirtingat Bi*ots. .
Binck Alpacca, Wqlsh Flannels-and a
Of other Goods. Persons yisiting the City are re
speetfully invited to enl and cxaminheaassortment,
where they will find Goods at all timees at thedow
cst Cash price.
Augusta, Nov 5, St 43
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & 00.,
NEAR THE LOWER MARKET HOUSE,
. Augusta, Gas.
H AVE rpeelved their new anabeautiful assort
iment of Gold and Silver Hunting and open face
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST. STYLES
Consisting of Coral, Cameo, Lava, Gold Stone and
all Gold Setts;
Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Pins, Ciains, Ein
ger Rings, Buttons,-'&e.
Silver and Plated Tea and Talble Spoons, Forks,
Ladles, Salt Spoons, Sugar Shovels, &e ; -
Ivory, Pearland Torteise She:l Card Cases ;
Paoeket BookigPortinonaies, Knives, Scissors ;
W~alking an-d -Sword Cane'
Colk's Pistols, Rifle Pistols, &c.
- --- we at pricesp varying
from $I and uptw'ards, to which we ca1l the atten:
tion of our Carolina friends and thepublio'generally.
Augusta, Nov 5 tf 43 '
Village Property for Sale.
II uscribers offer for sale the
IlUEand LOT known ats the ss
residence of Capt. John Lipseomb, de- EI
e eased, in the Village of E~dgefield.
The House is large and commodious, contain
ing nine or ten rooms, w'ell'construeied and isi
t'od repair?; having all the ncecessdry outbuildings
ThceL.m.ntains1 1.5 acres. Tie Phoac is, as a
residence beantwirj and onvezliernty situated.
The I~roprty.mawy -4~aied for privately if ap
pliention be madeC Non.
~1 ~S K." LPSC3
F or"Y a le,
SIL L be sold on SION~AY ths 17th instant,
.V at the residence tf'tiflate Capt..JX~n Li~
scomb, all the -' .e - ---
Household and Kitchen.'Flrnuture,
One fineL PI.ANO FORTE, 'Nariy new.' 'Alsb, one
pair of Alatch Horses,' one Carriage' and Harness,
one two hora.e.Waaon and Iharness., A lot of Cat
tle amd Ieoge, Saddles, Tools and a great Tariey of
Tsanas-All sums under $20 ea4h,--over that
ammount, twelve months credt with security.
J N. LIPSCOMB,
-Nov 4, -. *.e . 4oirLo
You havs boughumy do~s
.1 .want my-aaeneyI.
T HE Subscriber litending' to winiu hj -busi
Lnsias sooapraticpl '~lforms
all pe' ns-In: anyiseae 'datthey
must miake arrangements to sfle up without delay,
as he is wanting - money and -'must have i r He
give prompt attegion to it, a e.d no$ wihel to
deal harshly tti any but ualidsa'th~ domnply #itit
the above requesuhe Lawyers and Maite will'
certainly have thg pleasure oC settli !with them.
This-i'fair warning. . U. H. S tLAN4'
Nov 5 'tf 48; -S
,L.time, I have left my Notes in ibhe hands of
H ama T, WamGzrr, Esq.,.an that any person fnaf
settle who wishes to do; so,. and I:hope jbat'thos
Indebted t'me willay.ubethe'retot%'adin -
next'as) Ishalhavrysue for a large sni-of',moan
.1 hive also cointiteed Mr' oarr my agent to
toll icy Iarris Tract of Ldbd. Any pe'son wiahing
to purchase the saine w'ill please call on himes :;
- LEWIS JONES.
- Edgefleid C. U., Kok.'S '4' . 4
T 0 take eh rge of, the School at~orna Creek
Meeting-Housq. None need ap ybut those
that can come well reOOmaiten4., - aslt
musfi'6feeoi'e,be master-of the noleat la4i6I
eyn Languages. To a su~itable perpda5.ol ages
wtil be givea.- Apptt -
~ROMh hnbbeer:iberon Saturd, l a ~i~
dritin' to G:iievile a saledcolory'd
HEIFER, about two years'of,'wi'th wl te apets es
her back. Sheissu'pposedihbkninkin'); h
book to Mountaiti Cree;tIilk shte wa'sja -
:ikny information nredditgthd Helfer'it,
thankftr1ly reeei'ed, or as i '.'ne "sing i
be liberally rewarded for'tir'trebo. 'i
teen hands high,a whitc star Inhe* lace, appraised
to fifteen dollars.
JAMES M. HARRIBON MU..