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SABBATH MORNING IN THE COUNTRY.
'Ti, a holy sabbath morning,
And glorious'y the sun
His daily earthly pilgrim:age
Hath once ag begun ;
The dew dr.,ps spaikling, giteening
Like d amonds in the light,
Gemming the trees in pendant, rich
And radiantly bright.
Swtet fl-awers in glowing b- auty,
Sh:ake of the dr..wsy chain
The night z-playis flung around them,
And wake to life again.
The te:rffring'd petal opening,
Expanding 'neath the ray
The warm and genial sunbeam
llath brought in uetive play.
Young birds are softly carrvling
Their early niatin song,
And numberless the echoes that
The joyous strains prolong.
Now, a rich thrilling melody
Is warted far and near,
And then a low, sweet warbling
Is all that meets the ear.
Oh birds,-and flowers, and sunb--anms,
With beauty now and rife,
Casting a brighter radiance
Upon the path of life.
And holier aspirations
Within our hearts are stirr'd,
Lifting the soul from Nature,
In pra'se to Nature's Lord.
RELIGION ESSENTIAL TO MAN.
Is reliqion essential to man? We certainly
have a capacity for religion. Perhaps, it is not
too much to assert, that the experience of man
kind unicersally, is in confirmation of this trkh.
The rudest as well as the most civilized, the
most barbarous as well as the most enlightened.
the most ignorant as well as the most learned.
are more or less under the influence of religious
faith and *selings. The sentiment of religion is
everywhere recognized. The diversity is great
indeed, both as to belief and the outward forrr
of expression. But our position is not shaker
by this fact. For it refers not to any particular
thoological system, or theory. Whence is this
universal sentiment and belief? How shall wr
account for its universality ? It.is either natural:
implanted in every individuial man by the Crea
tor; or it is to be attributed to an early super
natural revelation communicated by the inspira
tion of the infinite spirit, to the first parents n'
the human race; and it is at the same time t(
be assumed, (and justly so, as the sentiment i:
universal,) that we have a capacity for it-a na
ture adapted to receive and' euitivate it. In
truth and in effect, then, it amounts to the same
on either hypothesis ; that the Deity inspires eve
ry rational soul with a sense of religion; or that
he made a revelation to our common progeni
tors, and gave us all a nature, or a capacity, t
receive it, when communicated to us, by our
parents and teachers, as readily as the recep
tion of any, even the most common truth in phy
sies or morals. Does any one doubt the obliga
tion of truth, of gratitude, of piety to parents.
or of justice and equity to man ? Certaiuly not !
and why does he not ? Because he ..believes it
-.- agreeable to the will of the great Creator, mad'.
known by express revelation. or plainly writtem.
on the heart, by him who formed us rational anc.
moral beings. The sentiment of religion ; th'.
belief in a superior power, and a sense of de
pendence and obligation towards that power ; ia
equally clear, strong and universal, as the former.
Religion, thea, is natural to man. It is natu
ral (and it is not unnatural) for man to be re
ligious. And it is as proper to say, that man is
a religious beitng, as that he is an intelligent ot
moral being. Every man is not moral, in the
usual sense of the terum; but hen h as a moral na
ture and faculties; and if he is immoral, it is
not a natural defect, or a conmmoni feature of hi.,
character as a man. Whether a man will be
true to his religious nature; whether he wih
cultivate, develope, and manture it ; whether hi'
will conform to, and obey the religious sentinmeu
implanted in hima; in a word, whether mian will
be personally religious, and will keep alive an
obey the dictates of a sense of religioti; thm~;
must depend on the will and desire of each in
dividunl himself. The very nature andl charae
ter and definition of religion imply this.
But. we are met with the objection, that then
is an twetrtaisdy in all religious systemus, amii
that it is diflicult to decide, which is the true:
-and also that there is a great myxekry in ra~!ion.
,and therefore no hope of obtaining any samtiifac
tion in the study or pursuit of it.-As to tiim
diversity of religious opinions, this can be rs
just objection to the reality, or the imuportauce
of religion. We do not contend for any partie
ular form or theory. We have nothing to d-.
here with were speculative opinions, or the mim
nor difference of sectarians. Where there arn
minds of different chara~eters and tones, an(
while men are differently educated, there will be
a diversity of opinion, as to some doctrines re
lating to spirituzal or religious faitha. But, with
the man of refiectioni and of comiprehensivc
views, this consideration furnishes no real objec
tion to the great and fundlamental truths of re
ligion, natural or revealed.
And as to the objection that religion is a mys
tery, we cannot perceive that has any greater
force in this case, than in relation to the laws
and operations in the physical world. Bot
what reasonable man is deprived of his faith in
these laws, whether in the departments of as
tronomy, or the, vegetable kingdom, because
there is a veil of mystery everywhere spread
over the works and operations of nature around
him ! Yet we can penetrate this veil, for all
useful and important purposes-for our health,
and strength, and welfare. We know enough to
avoid what is deleterious, and to choose the
good and the wholesome. We can learn enough
for our present safety, improvement and conm
fort. In the world of mind, too, there is much ol
mystpry, which we cannot explain nor fully com
prehend. But it is "the fool, who says there is
no God," no spiritual world, no mind distinct
from matter, which is essential,unintelligent, in
ert, inactive. The direct origin of the human
mind, the mode of its developement, and the de
-gree of its self-determining power ; these we
may not be able satisfactorily to explain-but
no one in his senses will therefore deny that man
has mind, that God is, in some way, its creator
or father,. that personal reflection, inquiry, and
study are necessary to enlarge and strengthen its
faculties, or that he has the power of choice, or
As to revealed religion, we may assume, that,
as in the natural world, so here, there is no ef
fect without an adequate cause. The Deity cer
tainly can reveal himself to man ; his goodness,
we may believe, would induce him to do so
and that he has done it, we may seein the eftects
connected with the Christian system. Prophe
M Ahdnn are on sroofs and msiraes'are
another proof; because here are effects without
an adequate cause, unless.-the direct power and
spirit of God are recognized. Doctrines, such
as litanan learning and philosophy never taught.
yet agreeable to the reason, the feelings, the lof
ty aspirations and iminortal hopes of man, are
revealed or taught by those, utterly incompetent
and unable to teach them, except God illumined
their mind :-here are effects without a cause,
unless we admit. a supernatural revelation. Any
other supposition would imply as great a miracle
as that of curing the blind, ar raising the dead.
The Christian revelation removes all mysk'ry,
as far as is important, and of practical effect
The natural sentiment of the human heart in
favor of religion, is confirmed. The sense of
religious obligation is strengthened; the hopes
and the duties of natural religion are rendered
sure and plain ; and all that remains for man to
do, for his dignity and happiness, is to be faith
ful to the natural sense of religion, and as that
sense is more fully explained and sanctioned by
BOOTS AND SHOES,
9fOPP81Cfi solli jfii,
2roacI .St., .Lzgsasta Gra.
PF.PElCTLLY announce to the ciizens of
L Edgetfl 1 and the adjoinaing listricts that they
have just received their Fall and Winter Stock.
'0.000 Pal-'s Men's lantation BROG ANS, assort
2.000 pairs Hlys 4 " " ass. qualities
3.000 mirs .Men'N Kip fi,.
1,00 " Calf Peg-ed " do.
500 " " Grained and Buff Brogans, as
sorted qualities ;
3,000 v.iirs Women's Lteather Bootees, pegge:1, as
600 pairs Wilmen's low priced Sewed Boottes,
500 pairs Visses' fine Morocco Bfootees, assorted
500 pairs Misses' fine Calf and Goat Pegged
B13ota'e. ,asarte-d quaIties ;
500 pairs floys' Kip Brogans, assorted qualities
500 " " and Youth Culf Brogans, assort
500 pairs Youth's Kip and grained Brozans, as
;ent'a, Ladies. Ali-srs. Y..uth'a ana Children's
'1TA and SiOls-s. of ALL STYLES AND QUAI
r!ES, receivad aindl for saa-n low by the dazen or
-ase. CLARKE 8& ROYAL.
.\ugusta, Sept 22 if 37
FALL AND WINTERI
73roaca st. .-a Lgusta, c a.,
R FS4PECTFU LY n.nur ce t' thir euenieners
IAand the pillic at larg. thlt tiey hive re
. ive'i. andl re still receivin':i by t-very steamei-r
coim New Yo-rk. a general :ssortment r.f
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
V hiehl :evy are crtaiu .ill be foid superior both in
Extent, Style and Cheapness,
ro any nusortnte ever bei-fore aerd-l in Augusta.
t ongst our stock can be found the foallowing:
&tra Rueh Striped Moire Antique SILKS;
" col'd and bh' Psau de Sole R OBES;
" " Gro. de Napp and Paou de Sile;
" " Baradere SILKS;
Fishoiff's Plaid and Brue.mde GROS de R HIN;
" P'!ain a
\n extensive assoirtmtent of low-pr:ced SILK, in
colors and black;:
a- ey Ctipal and Plaid CA SIIMER ES and Satin
ala P'LAlD.9; Woaol DELAINES; rersian
DELAINES, M1ahaiir Mxtur'-;
Figured ALPACA ; Blaek ALPACA :
miack and colored 1-:nxiish MERINOS;
'- - F'-ench"
nin's best Bllack BOMBAZINES and CIAL
LI ES ;
'ench, GINGIIAMS and CIIINTZ ;
.glgloh and A american PRIY T'S, oaf all the favor
Our' Hosie ry Depamrtsnant
W ill be found to embrace every style of English and
G..rmn:m Gaoids Ats". Rlaw Silk anal Spun
HOSE and H ALF HOSE ;
'shmiere, Cloth, Ilnek kin and Kid OLOVES,ror
Ladies and Geanth-mnen :
lcuinat and Swiss T RIMMINGSma.d FLOUNYC
ambria-, Swis. nnd lBook Mluslin COLLA4RS and
SL EEVES ;
uant's l1-:mbraidered ROBES, Fro.-k WAIS TS,
in-n C:aohlr- a hANDK ERCHIEFS; ;
*rning GOWNKS. UNDE RSIIIR7TS, Mourn
in SE TTS. ike
rapery MUSLINS, Caolored Worstcd D.-M
ASES. ror Winadaw Cu rt:'ims:
r-eh \lhrre-illes COUNT E RP ANES ;
l:meeter and Lan:.n--ter --
-4. tl-4 and 10-4 White Sinow-draop Linen DAM
3 4 and 101-d Whhe Satin and Fig'ure-d DAMASK;
'4.- 4 anid 110-4 !traann anad Whiute Lineun andl
Caat:aan D:A MA SK ;
--4, 1-4, 10-4. I I 4 ad 1 9-4 Brown and White
l.inlen Tab'e (:OVERS;
N AP KINS. DOY LIES. -TOWVE LS, DIAl
PE RaS. C RASH. ;ad ant execuenat .:,'ariaent cf
ine LINENS faa (;antl.-men's Shirt llaao.as ;
t -4, 11-4 iad I 2 4 Allendale, Ilumiltonm n- New
'.ngsh and A mnerican Long Cloths, of all the ra
vorlite branads ;
atd ad Fureda Swiss Mluslins ;
b~.kaai an.I Stri ped -lau:onat, Swiss, Mull and
N-maook \iu-.lhus, .\ ronal Cheeks;
ted anmd Vi hie Flan nels;
d rawn Cottraa Trikingis;
up.-m iar Caf-5lhneres. iear .skin', fiar over-Caaats,
Pilot ad lIca~Ver Claoth:
attinatis. Ca~mmersttsa, Tweeds. Cassinetts, lien
tucky .leans, &c.
lnketsa, Strnipies, Osnaburgs, Linseys, Ke.rse-ys,
kein great vari-ty.
Cloaks, Tailsnas a ud Siawls.
This branc-h aaf our businessm w If be foanda taa caan
ina every "arie.ty of mataria', both Iniparted aind af
\mileinn: maufature, andl wilt ranga- in prices
ron twu dollars up' tai the most costly garument.
Tro this branch we have this se-ason aladed ai largre
ass- rtmen-Jt aat the follaingm be-autiful styles:
ih Velvet Tapestry. beautiful designs;
%uer iar Tapestry Brussels, a '
Extai Stap. Three Ply, and Intirain Carpe-ts;
-%tir Carpets ; Drugg.ets : mind ani extenisve assort
ment of Chen-aile and Velv. t Lings ;
S-pt. 11th a856. tf 3
AIIIE R IOCAN 110 T EL,
Hamburg, S. C.
TilhlE Pra-prittrs of this well '-- M
L. knoawn I JOTtEL betr leatve to
inform their friends and the public
.rsmera!y, that they ,lar always renady to receive
hermin the BEST STYLE POSSIBLE.
Prsaons a:-iing at this I litel may rest ns~ure.d
at they anal their ba:ige will be paromptly se-nt,
ree of charge, to the Carolina Depot, or to either
of the Georgia Depots.
We also take this opjportnnity of returnitng our
~inere thanoks for- past patra nage, anal will use every
endeavur to merit a Continuancee of the sae
There will always be ian hand a cooad OSTLER.
tan llor.,es leit ill onr chlargea will nmeet with aevery
attntin. 0. H. P. SCOT T &t Co.
1aamburg, .luly 21, tf 29)
Hides, Hides, Hides,
I WILL buy 500 good Hides delivered at my
EDMUND) PENN, AGENT.
Oct. 29 1S56 4m242
A NEW ROA I) WAGGON anad llARNESS
for sale. A pply imnmedialy to
..L. A DDISON.
Woodfrk, fiaur miles South of Edgefield C. HI.
J...aS tarS VrK
BOOTS, SHOES A~D BROGAN S
AT WIIOIA&SALE AND RETAIL.
ORTII uif thu above Goods,
e~t)'J,'JU O care futy selttied frc'm the It~I
Mau?.fjLetur~ee, and eootprismg
Every Description in tho Trade,
~V;li he sold itt very iu1ii.i~l ; ivane'' nit Cost.
~ The Sulmsvzil.er ~.!ie ;ts a ~ fi'utrn his S. intl.
Laradin:i friends be!ttre l~LtrChI~isitiZ elsowhiuro.
~ Tatuis-Iletail. Caslt. Wlitl..i.:do. little with
ipproved paper. Nit Souuiilul pre' asked.
LTnlet 1 .i. I lod, A n~'n~t~, Ga.
Aui~usta. Ga., S.jII 22. 6i:i 37
D EX.IAMIN & GOODRICh!, Broa.l street, op
.L)posito Lamback & Cooper's. reispeelful an
tounce to their frk.ndir and the public, that they ate
tOW reci-IvItig emily a chetiec anti well selected
us~ori:ient of all kinds ot l~URNlTUTRE, ich as
hJRi~ALr~. l~OOl(4~ASh'~.S SOF'AS. Cli A I RS,
rl*:TE.A-TETh.~, C EN1'RE T.\ fl Ll~S. 13Ff)
~Tl*:A 1$. WINlJOW ~ilA1YE8. &e.. of the Ia
;tst and most fitshionable designs. which they ~uanxu
eL' to sell as low as can be bought in this city, and
neite iii who wish to purchase. to call and examine
:~ LL WORK WARRANTED.
Mngtressep on.l oh kinds .1' Furnituic. rnnnn5&e
ured and repaired to' order, with. neatness tint] ills.
iatcl.. i~EY.JAMTN & GOODIUCII.
Au~u~ta, .\rril 23. if 15
W atches, Clocks and Jewelry
E. TWEEDY & CO.,
NEAR TIlE LOW E1~ MARKET hOUSE,
H AVE received their new and beautiful assort
ment of Gold and Silver I luntinu and open face
JEWELRY OF THE NEWEST STYLES,
~oieR sting 'if Corul, Cameo, Liwn, Gold Stone and
i:l Uohd Setis:
Ladies and Ge.utlem.t.'a Go~d Pin., Chain., Fin
ger Riw:u. fluttuins. &e
Sivet :otd 111a:ed Teu and T:ible Spo~ns. Foths,
I.adles. Salt Spootis, ~-itv:.r ~-iiovOs. &e
leo y, Pearl titti 'I ert...ise She I C:url C:tcee~
Picket ~ Portotonuks. knives, ~cit-it(,rA ;
~V:iikuig atid ~Soor.i I 'tints
Colt's i'istoI~, Rifle Pistils,&e.
A hare.' nsse'rtrncnt it Cl.OfiKS, at )irieis varying
rriini ~l anti up" attic. lit ~t hth*h we vail the :Ilten
ii..f air Car tihila frk ttds and ihic' public ai.neta!lv.
A :~n'ta. N'~' ~ if - 43
AT THE SOUTErE1~N
Saddle & Harness IVianufactory
Anguslu, ~cor girt,
AN b. found the bett Stock tf the fitFowinti
C n'.m'd Giteids ever ~ red fur tale in this
'rr~ UNKS, V.~LI~ES tind CARPET BAGS,
Eviry variety autl ~tyhe of
Coach, Buggy and Wagon Harness I
KEMBRI'S Potent ~ilael:tnc Stretched BELTINE
of .:ll widths, always on hand. an.l warranted.
~ REPA IRING doate at sltort notice whit
tlcainiSS and Jespatch.
hiJi' All we ask is a tri.d~ and ~e e ;:re biut:d U'
pjeuse in price anti quality.
IJAT~II & BL'GI3JE,
LT:.der iii" A ugu~ia 1 littel.
A ng esta, Nov 12 3'tt 44
S. E. BOWERS, Agent.
XLiaz~bxurg, S. C.
F EELS th.ink~u1 f~r the vrv liberal 1.atrtn:nze
of his Frienils and die l'ublie *iier:lhy, tutel
stifl silcits a shar,' of their l.;.tron:t~e. ! Lu is nttw
Su.tars, Cutfl~'e~ Cheese. (hohen i3iitt~r, Pickle',
Preserves, Splees. P.is:s. Crackers, Canilles,
Elitur, i11ioi.nis, Iluckets. Titbaceitti,
Seir:irs, N! acnrt.ni. Wirtes azed
I ;r.~o!hs tf all q uatitii:s, Sn.
pititti W ht:tt W lit-ky,
h(vr tini I~oarbe~tt
are kept i*' tl.:.~ Market ~ A n~ust. .
or :on~' other ~iiirket his s~.l* tiC Jiigden.
f2~'~ *\ Il (. (tO i tS put eji ity hinis', lt* are warraiit~
ed Li' tie ittt tht. bitt-i iii art;.lct-.
I Iaiizbarg. Niiv. ~J5. Is: .;,4111
IN CVdUtILiN PlEA .~.
rq A IIii:1,aa,,I.
it' t AiiacA,;icul.
'j' II l~ l'lainti~T in the ::h'v e eases it:it:itz this dat
I. tile1 lii:' iice!araltui iti my (itijee. and t lie lie'
fentlant li:evtig in ither wite litir A ;airnev k nine ii
reside within tInt itititS tif this State. t;m ~e hititia copiet
tif ez:iiil I )eehL;atitiit tiit Ii ret:ts lit plead tati
seruel it~ tit.itittt of 'ihus.',:t. Sj.aiiii .~ 'ola~rr:ttht
I'l.iinihl's .\tttri;et s~ Orilertil tha; '-aid I ) fetoltitti
antI a day t'i.tt:i the late li~i. if. ir until anI a!.sulutu
j ud4e.iaeiit ciii lie '.iv II :tg~t~itst Iuitit.
'l~I j~ 18. 1;. IIA CON. C:. u. F. 0.
CleriCs Oflite. :tdar Ct, IS.'3. I cii 8
S'1'A'rI~ OF 101.T1 I CAROLINA.
Sat alt !~t aier,
~iiiitt(tuty i)te7.;t r. S
N (IT IC t- is hiriby g ve:t tit all and siii~ttlar tIn
cruditirs of A rihtur Dzh'r dect.aseti, ci litise
eltuzite shall be heft nit :t;is~eul by tin' A thttinistrat. t
Ot Itresint au'1 privet theiti hiettir. trio tin tir !ttIttre
the feturtli Mutiidav in ?ilareli nixI, on pain of beizi~
1ire.*httded fritni the benefit uif t}te decree itir dis'
Given under my hand at my office Deetthe.r
I(;tli lSSti. A. SPiII(INS, c s:.s o.
I i~c. 24 3m
THE S'I'ATE OF SOWI'H CAROLINA
IN EQUI ~)
George Necvbcy anti u'thiers.
N OTIC Ii. is heretty gueli to all and siniular thu
ereditt.rc of Miriuiii Neut by tleeeancl, to pre
si'ttt and prove thi.:ir respective. denantis before in.
tin or before the fitutilt Muiiid:my in iltirili .txt, or
paiti of being ~ e!udu.l fain the benefit if thu
ii. erti: for distribution.
(;ite'n tinder itty lead at ntv i.fli.i' this I 0th Pc
ceniher. 1556. A. slMKIN~ c a i:
state o1 .~oiutb Caroliimi,
Samab Nancy Quarles,
S. W. Gardner.
N OTIOF is hereby given to till atid suguhir the
creditors of Sterling Quark's, di'ceased, In pre.
sent their claims iluhy au:heutit'ated to my Office
prior to the foutrib Monday in March, 1857, othir
wise tht'y will be precluded.
Given under aty hand at my Office, this 15th,
Dee. 1850. A. SIMKINS, c.E RD.
I)ec 15 1856 3m 40
A LT~ Perticin.. hiaving detnanil.. against the Estate
of Mit-s Mary ltarkina.. dei"d.. at-c r.qiicsti-d
to meet no' at Edgefleld C H.. tttt Thursday the ISth
Jottuary icitli thti'ir c'aints pris~erly atte btvd, as I
wish to elot.e up said Estate.
Dbo24 4t Sb
'AND SURGICAL INFIRMARY FOR NEGROES,
T HE Undersigned would respectfully e-:i ti, attention of Planters nnd Slave-owners generally
to their very complete and extensive Establimbiment in Augusta. Ga., for the accommodation
of NEGROES requiring SURGICAL OPERATIONS or TREATMENT IN CHRONIC
The Bnildina is .sitnnled corner of J;ckson and Fenwick Streels, between the Georgit and
the Savainnah Rail Road Depots; and in sigrht of both. It is therefore convenient for the recep
tion of iatliits frorm a distance. Ill its const rut ion, throughout the entire plan, was kept in
view the special pnrpose to which it is applied; being 'furniished with everything which can
Conduce to the COMFORT OF THE SICK. It is suppli-d with hot and cold baths and shower
baths-and hrs water-elosets in each story to avoid fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is
also we'l ventiated and lighted with gas. With the consant nttendaince of experienced male
and f1emah- nurseA, te patient will be sived mneih of the sulToring which too often is the result
of un'avoilable neglect in the trentnent of NEGROES in ordinary private practice.
TERMS-For otiord. Lndging and Nnr-ing, per month. 810. For all NECEssAlnY edien1
at tendance, Snir;ieal Operation., &.c., the same as in ordinary city practice.
H. F. CA MPBELL, Snrgeon,
R. CAMPBELL. Attending Physician.
Atuustan, Jan 30, 1856. 3
j . ME~WL I _0.
WHOLESALE AND RETAI
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c.
J3. iM. NEWBY. & 00.. under the 1. . Ilotel. AUGU:STA. GA., are now
receiviig -nd opening the LA GEST. BEST -ad MOST FASITIONABLE ASSORT
MENT of FALL AND WINTER
R EADY WADE CLO0THING
I EVER OFFER ED IN THE CITY OF AUGUSTA, CO.\MPRISlNG EVERY VARIETY OF
For Gentlemen and Youth's Wear, which fur ..uperior QUA LITY (1r MANUFACTURE
cannot he surpassed in this or any other Ma.:rket. In additioi to which, we will weekly
receive FRESI1 SUPPLIES
Froi onr IIOUSE in New York. We a1ko kee.p constantly on hand a LARGE and
SPLENIID STOCK of *
YOUTEf'S & -ERMN'S GOTH1HG.
" Country Merchants and ALL PERtONS viiiting Augusta will certailylv find it
to their interest to examine our Stock, as wo are deterinited to ufflr our Goods to the
trading public on the roost reaonable terms.
pg Thatnkful for the past kind and liberal patronage that we haive received from the
citizens of Edgeflild anid the adjoinintg Districts, we hope to merit a continuance of the
same.J.... NEWBY & CO.
Angusta, Niv. 11,l1S50. tf 44
IFOREMAN'S IRON PLOW STOCK !
l&S T'il!- TI E for so" ingi Wheat i~s tnear'at hand, aid FORE [A~ 'S IRON
IA LO0 W MTOCEi Is ihe l;mST I Jl'I LEM ENT' for putting ini small Grain, I
wI I iolier them from this date at Fzu r Dollars an~d Fifty Cenits.
S. F. G OODEs.
IEdgefled, October 20, 185ti. tI 41
s-rTn: 01F -:OI'm C.\ioiAm - IFALL AND WINTER GOODS!
E) I C3I.rON P)~TLEA . ' ilIE Snb:-eriber has~ just rece ived at is Old
Ty e theredge, VLA~ . 1Standi-the Br' - Store-a vermy hea:vy Stock ot
IM re.t ~n~ii nrig A1 i.-rc/,nat. F"ALL A W1'!INTElR GOOD3,
Moa ,. Grubbs i.:oc~a:c a: To wid.ehL he inivite s his fr ends andl the public at
this day filud hia )ehiratioin in my Oi~lhee, ocl .n1e.zic u i nt ~i nn
nnd the I huendant ha vine neitthe r u i!e nor .\ntor- whiich lunty~hi be funndl
nev, known to) re.-ide witin tithe im:ts or this State ii:e(orclI K.fim to 3pytr
nvwhomn lopies of raild )thehiraton w'tht ru;les to ioaaIii id nlaIi.I.:ic
ptead :mn be serve., On motin of .\loramgnei. P'l.in- iit ilkiiiMi vs
tifl'' Attmney, Orderd that salid Dein! ndtait aIup- iuI~ ~t:r~.; :h s
pear .:nd puend to, r:ud Deehlirniiein within n year 'ziltolAti.I i
and a diay fromii n thdte hevre<.f, ori intat lt n aibsu. Att oi rttlCa-~l;rs ii a t: u
lute jt~nmnt ill be given ni'.ninst hlm. ~ : n~:v~a
Fet 11,1 %u.I qA line ti-t o f veryo o ghm s
STATI IJF SU~h CA i~O~ N ~ Anveryhad A mrt.ik of't. m.s i~as a
Atunk fTedC.-m.e n atetsfr
Jg l)G~ E-Fi E l JP) I)STI ICT,Alag -rtiet fNgo iiisd myi
IN CO3M.1ION PL EAS. titii
S. Chrmismi. AgLe, AsX. ianlcel.tis ~!!i~5n ~ide'
R. T. Mlimts, Goeis ~r~aeadCo~
IS. C. liryan,
N.h. P. To~s. i~~.!i..ykins. tlI c
Is. P. T1om05elptkins.eclltmdst~,:51tit~tjtiltt
W wm. .\lhXy,'rE OD--IT OPN D
rp r:pats in h- laee-t-tlicae.ha'
.1. this day ti~cd n )ie.'am tion ini my Oliie, and btru~: :':tl.lehi4al'mz i~ a
the .ltemhamts haviing miitter ni i.e :tr .\ttorne. uilS.
kimiwn to re.-idte witin the linmits of' this Sitate, ~ V f" ~i 1~
on whunti copiies ofC said I )ee'aation with rules to Iuii
plead enn he served, On tunotionI or '-Ir. A 1AaIs. .a .~iiti to
Pl~ati's A\ttorney. Or,].red1 that ti.ddI lcivmbmiiST PE ANDFANCYG OS
aplpearm aind plea I to said I )elaratm.n wiithini a y.-ar* Hrwae rcrcs rcey
an a day from thme daite hereofil or tiamt tmt!abtsolte ~ ~ t! At
judlgmlent ilil he given agnaimwt himt.
Til 1. 3. iLi .\Ct)N, i. e. x:. in'. Anlatra aim fih rilsuu~ itt
a rch I. 1, 15th 1.11 vii n hsnsild
STATE 0;-' SOTI I C ARO()LIN:;A, l:cslmsh htI il e:teIigvhscs
I IN Co31.IZON P L EAS. II .pctiyimi~ it iilc ihltpcal
Joel Curry,th I a i;litiItd tiltieli et.
v's Fereign Altachumenl. O t-3
T.~ 1 t'rindle. . . .
~UIllE In~heill inme abuve st::ted case hiaving
this tlhv da i!e.I his I 'eclaramton IlL myl Otlice, amid VlaePoe o ae
teleemimtt hatving! nleithervi wife nor A tltrney ~ ahe hm. tiI'fe a~ ii
known ti r'es~de w thin time ihnits of this State, ac o)n .,le .)1 ~i~ t.t,
who cies of ji.. li d decla;ion niith rues toi pleamdm4illecoCat. iinIij.nhd- lt
i.anl I.e servm:'l, (xi l :oi lit .\ltsiirs. CAaioL. &
lIacox, P'lainitifik A ttorney. Or dired. that said Dc.e- ael nli a~'eu~h!d
fendant appeair anmd piemd to ni~d D~ieiiraiionm wihin h.Iluei ag m. elllcdi..uo
a y ear anmd a day fromn the d:.te h~ereof, or tinal .atn i eiitm * hi~welC-i~u LIioI
absolute jndgmnt~n will be given against himi~. gii earhuvi~tl h wcayotu~i
TI lOS. G. I!A CON, ccx ln. atahd
Sept 22, 1856. . l y 7. eiec wuiut ni oiel ih iutd
State of South Car'olinia, nYtiybteaerupivtlyfa
EDGEFIEIl) ISTICT, flittoitcWd on
LN COMMON PL E AS. fhN.WI1O
McGregor & Smith.,1A.N ~lrCMI
Totuii. Foreign At~etamnt. Nv4A~i xo
vs.' Foreign AuIachment.- o Sl.
Ir i iE Plaiinittla iln ithe alive staltedl case having this Ir'IICKAhtca'AGwtatot0
Ldaty tiled their I)eclationiis in nmy office and U aieattei.Ayndlnciitigd
the D~efeidanit hatving niiither wiife nor~ Attorney, ~~is
knowno to residle wvithin thlie lmits (hr this. State, oni hss~i ilit1t.hum 87
whomi copies of said Deelartatiotn's withm inules to pleaidA.SKI.
can be served. On motion of Alessrs. L.andrumi & Oc.1tf4
Gamy, Plainitiflie Attorney's ormdered thait said D~e- --
fendanlt appear tind plead to said I)'elarnlions wvitin o vnen n ae
a year and tn ilay fromi time dntet hiereof, or final anid IAEjitrcie a o fMebl
absoluic judgomnt wiht be given mginist him. InepantatmitsrrWndwSuesad
l. 0. A CON C. C. P. D. Bid.Te r ovnetai eueFa
Mamrch 26th 1850 Iqly 12. taradcntbeoedfomheuti.
A LL persons indeb:cd to the Estata of William
I Vne, ed ireernrtlyreesteel ii set tle Buhs rse
by thle 15th Febrvinev next, as longer inidulgane. NSoeafn ait fPit ansGan
will not he given. 'Ihbase hiamag di mands ngainst 1i leltsTmntWmtwtsCmb
sad hsi~tit am- i.t:mi ii to ried in itheiair nteLriunts, Iisii n ti rse n o b-ls
propeily nttestaid, by th::t tine, as I uitemnd makingBrhsan iiruvsNiTUltldSaig
a fintal settlement itn the (iitdinorgs OaCffice on thttBuhs u oaeb
day. . S. BROAD)WATER, Admr. A .&T .TAUDugss
.\t very4 M eavy S toc f 19~-s Lsy n
CHEAP DRY GOODS!.
fall Etabe, 1856 !
I AVi just received their NEW STOCK of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
anl would call the attention of their friends and the
public to the aasortment. Their Stock is VERY
LARGE and comprises all the best makes and
styles of Goods. and the latest nuve'ties of the se-a
sin; and as they are determained not to be
IJudersold by any House in the State, and
will guarantee their prices to be as
loW As TM LOWEST.
They feel assured that an examination of their
Goods will ensure a continuation oif tho liberal pa
tronage they have hitherto received. They would
invite attention to the following:
Ladies' DRESS GOODS;
Black and Fancy Dress SILKS;
French and English MERINOS;
Scotch, Freneh' and American GINGHAMS;
Eni!ish, French and Ameuiean PRINTS;
EMBROIDERIES, all kinds;
Dress TRIMMINGS, splendid variety ;
HOSIERY, a very large assortment;
I'LOVES, of every description;
Tahl LINENS and DIAPERS;
NAPKINS. DOYLIES and TOWELS;
SHEETJNGS and Pillow LINENS;
Blenched and lirown SHIRTINGS;
PANTS STUFFS, Tweeds, Cassimers and
Ladies' CLOTHS. all colors;
FLANNELS, lled, white, Welsh, &c.;
CASSIMERES and PLAIDS, for children;
house Servants' GOODS;
.Binek Alpacas. 1mbtnazines, Dimities, Quilts;
FUR FRINGES; SHAWLS,all kinds, kc.
A large assortment Negro Blankets, Kerseys, Lin
seys, Stripes, Plaids and Osnaburgs.
A ugnsta, Sept 17 tr 36
MILLER & WARREN,
Corner Opposite thfa Globe Hotel.
A UGUSTA, GEORGIA.
H AVE just received a large stock of Fall and
Winter Dry Goods, of the latest importation
and most fashionable styles, consisting of
Flounced Embroidered Colored SILKS;
Rich Brocade and Plaid Colored SILKS;
Figured and Moire Antique Black SILKS;
Rich Flounced MUSLIN DE LAIN ES:
CASIIMERES and MUSLIN DE LAINES in
1k15U l;AZN LS, CIIA LLIES, ALPACAS and
French, Engislh and American PRINTS;
I Haniome tcotch and French GINGiAMS;
Ich French Ell15ROlERED COLLARS and
Rich Black Lace COLLARS and SLEFVES -
S.lacotct and Swiss BANDS and FLQIINC
Infants' Embroidered WAISTS and ROBES;
Embroidlered Merino CLOAKS for Infants;
Real Valenciennes, 'Maltese and Thread LACES;
Reve:re, ien-titceld and Enbroidered 11DK'S;
A!exander's Kid and silk G LOVES
Splendid stock of Gent's "
Toether with an enliess varipty of Goods usually
found in a Dry Goods Store. We will say that we
have a large stock, Anxious to sell, and will take
pleasure in showing them to our friends and custo
Angausta, Oct. , 1856, tf 39
"BUZZA FOR BUCHANAN !"
Look Herec Everybody.
T' I E Subseribers are just receivingc from Philn
dlpia and New York the SiOST SPLEN
D)11) aiss..rtm~ent of
H ATS, dAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Carpet Bags, Trunks k Umbrellas,
Ever aillred in this market.
Alaa siapaeiline, large and well Selected lot of
Ready Made Clothing,
ofI the Latest Stylec and Best Mate
(hGeeen. e:dll and exane~n far ymuralves. W,
will not char4-- foar loocking. But will be eat taitn i.
sell eta gouodls if low prices andt superior Goodtas ara
SIMON & EROUCII.
Hatbursr, Sept 2(, 15. tf 3$
- URtII T HE BLO0OD
MVOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS
__s:Kom'I~r CK "EBTT ER.B
fIl:E FRU0.1 ALL alaEflA L l'0aISGS.
TIl'. sgr..:atl pepn1iarity Sahieh atf'FFAT S IPF t..1
:asad h'!il'.NAIX JlITEl!:5 S::va :at::inaaal in t-ansraianee
patt the exNtr;..atinaar eaare-- eatetl. .1 .y tair nte, rs n11:1 rs
51nn1 aaa s'.,f S-r Sac .raalariatar I. aetar ig, a a gaartia:
an: :s!i. a-t bea;r ta-alleinal airiate.- ar ret5. ricea. Iarn
aei ma r . a S ta anv e r- hettar-'~ aai lle i t . ctS::ti it;n
te untn5alisusimt of~r in--rtha 1Till1-E MI~ll N5 a
r...ns wh- haaas e baa en re.-t.reto a the i enoa nt of atwra
-t' lIa:h~t Iv thern. it is~ heliceeahit hei r reiationt a
nem ts : r ahsaute. Iii :utnet t I ri aiiy:; i e
ta. t*'n:iaal tates, taere :r.. aan uara rita.'y at .-1
.. ils-ir ellc:aey it ratasavitnga diaSena. ;aaal Wraihg i ta it
. hale arstin r,-newa. S 'i~ar utalS tienitla.
S a a'g-s* .. sel'i.t-It..\. U .-r:1:s..-er:VY aar EnItP
Tl ii\ON S ihthe!i. theaalwrationoritheita Fit.\!l-'s.' lXI&
;-rahs z.tialtina,. a-la na ren,, avisi int a t' . v!ny. ever;
castia'. a~ St.aSa.athas..nae aile:ea. a' that :r jatrti aa
erf.e..n a th Sa..a.aliVU Fl:ai.:t *l .5:1-. S att:lal.1
5),It al'..Y. P.1li.Es, an.S in 5hart tna: :.15a eliaess . sn
vild~a ta tair eitrative~ paropearStas. No b aat f . l t..ul.S Ia
wittaatt thaet. ast by thecir Siinaly use Itac a; ull':ermag an
,,xentse maty Sat ataved,
'r-para Say WILL.IAM It. 310FFT.~ M. P., Ne'
Y.rk, :nad for stale by TCLTT & PiJ.LE'Sl-:t. Stale Agen:a
KDR. SlM MLONW'
VEGETABLE LIVER DIEDIGINIES
A S.\ Ia'E A N) D lEl'TU.\ b~ REME~l 'D Y
Fit' '!i 'sindas aif laiver aesi(, atad tall dis
a tses andt lindispoitis. that originlaste
fromt a is se ta~te or i.:tivty
u.f theu Live5r--such as chtrinic
tandl acute italamma ond! of thae
- .ier ytspapsia, aick hen'd
nehi. sorss to stiachli,
aoso atppllethte, ch'laie,
coeastivenss. &c., &c'.
100) Paekn ges~ just r, are. Cal ra fir sale b'
. atly I tf2.
Gins for Sale,
J) I .I 0!-'.O. at Ed.:a til I C. 1I.. is my
* ambtized i/f( .\ gaet' I te tale otf tat Supesr
Gta i VIt\V. E It E:.ST COT TO N G INsA. Persian
i.ingi toa1i prcha~se these G iss well lientSe call aar
sim, Ithe wi:I sitnth yo with myv paree., exhtibr
certiirnteQs fromt relisablae genttlemaen, a&c.
I wa II repdir. with great promttanesst anal dsaalt
aCurved hranSt Gins, at mty lactoiry.uit Bali-.\ir
Ga ,S tn ttiles atbiav A ussin. A it suchi Gins fair
watled to .\r. ('has. ltamna data I htmburg, will ba
sent tot me itmmt dintv atual forthawitha prtoperly re
p aaired andt rcturnted. 'FraishIt ott thie Rail Ilotid foi
G(ins, fraat Augusta to Bel-A ir, SI .25.
Bel-\ir, Oct 11, 1856. tf 40
I Fair Notice.
LLA Persons whose claitms against the Estate of
I C. .J. Glover hsave not been settled will pleass
call imttediately on H. T. Wrialht, Esq , who is
ri' authsorised to settle all of the said clitims. And
all tose whoase claims are not settledl by Th'Iursdany
atfter sale dayj in February nlexi, will meeat me in the
Commtissiner's Cfliee on thtat tiay as. I intend to
make a fitnal settenmetnt or thst- Estaste at that time.
Al those inadebted to mec will call onI .\r. Wsrighat andi
settle with hsim. Those whto doni't pay by Thurs.
day after sale day in February will be uncondition.
Now, gentlemen, by attending to thec above yot
will oblige tme-and it' yosu don't I will oblige yon
JORN RAINSFORD, Admt'or.
De 24 '4t 50
A GOO BLACKS.\ITU.
W. P. E UTIER.
De 10 Sf4_
A Great iMedicine.
LISS' eelebrated D)YSPEPTIC REMEDY.
B Rad itat lotng ad vertisem~ent on another col.
unn. For sale by
DRd. A. 0. & T. J. TEAGUE.
Nor 4 If 43
TI1E Undersigned havd formed a Co-partner
T.ship in business, under the firm of SIBLEY
& Lil E4.R, at the old and well known stand of
BLFY.v & SonCorner of Market and Centre Streets,
Flamburg, for the transaation of a general
Grocery, Provision & CottonBusines
Where we intend to keep constantly on hand a full
supply of Goods, and will sell as LOW for CASH
as any other house.
Our Stock consists in part of the following:
Clarified, Crushed, Powdered, St. Gmi, Porto
Rico and New Orleans SUGAR
New Orl-ans and West Indis MOLASSES;
Java and Rio COFFEE;
Irish POTATOES for planting;
BACON, LARD and BUTTER.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
.. Shoe and Sole Leather,
Mackerel, Kitts and Barrels,
Blankets, Negro Cloths, Osnaburga,.
Saddles and rdles, Wooden Ware,
Pepper and Sice, Fresh Rice Sack and
Table Salt, Tea of various kinAs, Indigo,
Window Glass, Lamp, Linsoed and Train Oil,
Paints, Powder, Rifle and Blasting, Shot and
Lead, a good assortment of Cluairs.Rock
aways, Office, Arm and Children's
Bedsteads, Sofas, Feathers.
Mexican and Peruvian Guai,6, Kitlewel's Salts,
Lime and Plaster, Iron, German and Cast steel
Nails, assorted. &c., &
JOSIAH S113LEY JOHN USHER Sa.
Hamburg, Jan 23, 1856. ly 2
Wagons and Iron Plow Stocks.
I HAVE secured the services of a FIRST RATE
WIlEELW RIGIIT, and propose- to build
Lnrge and Small Wagons
to order, and to do all kinds of REPAIRING in the
Wagon Business at the shortest notice.
I am still manufneturing out of the best material,
THE IRON PLOW STOCK,
(Forenian's Patent.) and offer them to the Planters -~
of Edgefield )istrict at $5,50 per Stock.
All orders fur Plows will be- promptly attended
to. S. F. GOO E.
Edgefield C. IL. Feb 27 tf 7
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
D RS. A. G. & T. J. TE AG UE,respect
fully inform their friends and patrons that
they have just received their FRESH StOk of
Pure and Genuine Drugs, &c.
And will be pleased to wait upon all wh'may favor
them with their patronage.
Space will not-allow us to give a Catalogue in :s
place of our Stock of Drugs. Medicines. &C. Suf
fee it to say, we have the F ULLE SA and
MOST COMPLETE Stk ever
of.-red in this place.
Edgefield C. II., May 23 tf 19
FOR THE LADIES!
T E have on hand a great variety of Colognes,
Handkercief Extracts, Toilet Powders and
an assortment of Fancy and Toilet Soaps
Pumades, Pure Bcari'Oil, Hair Tonics, Restora
tives and Hair Dye;
Pi eston Salti and Aromatie Vinegar;
Cream of Beauty, Carnation Rouge, Iair De
piiatory,&c.; to MIl of which the attention of the
Ladies is respect flly invited. For sale by
A. G. & T... TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 tf 19
,LL Pirsuns concerned will take notice that I
Z have appointed Dr. James A. .Devore anhl
Robert AMkius my Agents and Attorneys to repre
sent ime in the collection of the debts due to the
Estate of .lohn bohy, dee'd., and in all other duties
devolving upon me as administrator of said deceased.
MATILDA DOBY, Adm'or.
Fe 1 -tf 64
AT1 those indebted to the Estate of J. E. Free-~
Amnan will please corne forward and pay n .
immendiaely ; and those having demands againt the
Estate will present them properly attested.
J. II. JENNINGS, 1Ad'rs.
hh4,. J. W.FREEMAN,
LL persons indebted to-thse -Estate of Wlliam
f. .Trond dee'd., are requested to make -
paymetoth und.ersigned. Anid those hzaving -
demtands atgair.st the same will present them accord
ing to laiw.
* ~ Notice.
* 1 .\VE appointed .Juhn Hluiet my Agent to
I transinet all huainess i-elating to the Es)tate of
Athtur lltzier, dee'd. All1 persons indebted to tie
E~ tame will mawke iimmndiate payment to him, and all
having d.nndias against the Estate will render the in
pi operly atttest' d to hiims. Mr. Huiet's address is
Edgett'ld .11.S. G. DOZIER.
Adgdtm'x. en Estate of A. Dozier-, de c'd.
IDec 10 14t 4S.
LL Pesn. having any demands auannt the
SL n'tet i~f Luer, ta '. hittle, dee'd., are he~ rely /
miotied to be and uppe:gr at the Ordinary's Otline,
"in Tues.day 10th .\larch next. (IS57,) as the Admuin
istato inend tomak a nalsettlemni t ot the
Est-,te~i intt dauy. .\ll those in anywise indebted,
ar-tie,.eted to, .ittle up. forthiwith, as long' r indlul
)- .\!;TIW ELLA WTIITLE, Adm'r.
De. .I .An 47
ST'ATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
lIDG I-'31Ni.I DISTRICT,
Frances W:iC.tinnoir, Adm'r.
ofr %.l1in Noibles, dee'd.
XTOTICE is hierthy given to the lineal dereen
. 'daius of Zilphta Nobles, deed., late of Edge
field Di-ti iet S. C., or the-ir legal representatives, to
come for ward and istablish their claims to a fund
no1w ini the charge amd keeping of the Commissioner
in Eqjuiy for said District under an order of the
Thec first ).lotiJdny in %Iny 185'7 is the linmitedl timp
v ithitn whichl any such etaim must be substantiated
to the pbartili then known to be existant according
to their respective rights in the same.
A. SIMKINS, C.E E.n.
Acu'ut i ~ 1m9 31
ST'A'TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIE LD DISTRICT
IN COMMON PLE AS.
H ENRY R. SPA NN. who is in the custody of
the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by'virtue of
a Writ of Capiasiad Satisfaciendum. at the suit of
.ames SIeppaid, having filed in my Office together
with a Schedule oin onth of his estate-and efieets, his
petiionl to the Court of Common Pleas, praying thzat
he nmay be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the
General Assemibly made for the relief of insolvent
debors: I t is or dered that the said James Shep
pard. and all oilier creditors to whom the sma
enry R. Spaiin is in aiiywise Indebted, be, and
they are htereby summened, and have notice to ap
pear before thte said Court at Edgefield.Court liouse,
on Monday the fourth day of March next, to show t
cause if any they can why the prayer of the pett
tiner aforesaid should not be granted.
THJOS, G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1856 16t - - 44.
Fine Buckwheat Flour.
J UST received a magnificent suppy of Buck
wheat FLOUR. Also, on hand a good article
of Molasse a. Fine times ahead-Ahem I Call soon
or you'll be deprivid of ajret luxury..
I Nursing Bottles.
ANEW and improved Style.-Also, Nipple
Glasses. Breast Pipes and Pumps, Nipple
Shields, Teething Rings, &o. For salie by
A. G. & T. J. TEAGUE, Druggists.
May 23 . tr 19
A LL persons having any demands against the
estate of Nancy Bateman, are hereby noti
fied to present their claims duly attested, on or be
fore the 25tht day of Deccember, end all those in
Idebted are rcquested to ry up forthwvith.
SWM M IlLLER, Adm'or. -
July 26, 1856. I 28
English hairy Cheese.
TUST riceived by R. PENN, Agent,a lot of very
tii....e ..ne ngih Dnir ches.