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MY 103 HE IS A SAILEUE.
.OliAy love he is a Saileur, so gal-li-ent and bold;
le is straight as any flag-staff, only nineteen
. years old;
For to cruisethe wido o-shi-en he's left his own
And my heart it is a bust-i-en, because he ls'nt
His pa-ri-ents they bounded him, all for to be a
But a sea-faring life he did very much prefer;
For his spirit was tremenduous and fierce to be
For a young man bred a carpenter, only nineteen
Oh, my bosom it is tos-ti-ed, just like the ragyng
For fear that his affee-shi-uns don't still pint to
For a lovyter he can get in each port, I am told,
Especially for a young man only nineteen years
And it my dear lus-bi-end he never will be,
But lay a cold c-rpuses in the bottom of the sea,
Oh; the weeds of a widower, so frightful to be
I would wear for my saileur boy, only nineteen
And it's oh for my loveyer I grieve and repinei
For fear that this y..urng man will never be mine;
All the wealth o i h In-di-es, in sivyer and gold,
I'd give for my saiwo - boy, only nineteen years
FORCE OF IiL!.:ITION.
Some years ago, near the t.. Vn of Reading,
Berks county, Pennsylvania, t:. :; lived a cozy
old farmer, named Sweighoffer--of Gennn
descent, and accent, too, as his spcLezj will indi
cate. Old man Sweighuffer had on.e erved as
a member in the Legislature, and wa-, there
fore, 'no-fool ;' and as he had also long com
manded a volunteer corps of rustic militia. he
should hardly be supposed. inclined to cow, ar
dice. His son Peter was his only son-a strapt
ping lad of seventeen ; and upon old Peter and
young Peter devolved the principal cares and
todls of the old gentleman's farm, now and then
assisted by the old lady and her two bouncing
daughters-for it is very common, in that State,
to see women and girls at work in the fields
and, upon extra occwsions, by some hired hands.
Well, one warm day in haying time, old Pe
ter and young Peter were hard at it in the
meadow, when the old man drops his scythe,
and awls out
" 0, mine Gott, Peter!"
"What's de matter, fader!" answered the
. son. straightening up and looking at his sire.
"0, mine Gott, Peter ." again cried the old
1 Donder!" ecloes young Peter, hurrying up
to the old man.
" 0, mine Gott, der snake bite mine leg !"
If anything in particular Was capable of
frightening young Peter, it was snukes; for.he
had once nearly crippled himself for life by
trampling uon a crooked stick, which clamped
his ankle, and ,w borIrtied the young man, tha1
he liked to have teillen thr-ough himrself.
At the wor-.1 snake, young P'eter fell back,
nimbly ars a wire-draer, and bawled out, it
" Where is dere snake ?" .
" Up my trowsis,Peter-0, mine Gt!
," 0, mine Gontt !" echoed Peter, junior-"kill
him, fader ; kill him !"
" No-a, no-a, he kill mne, Peter ; come-conm<
quick-get off my trowsis!'
Put Peter the yomanger's cowardice ov-ercam<
his filial ajfection, whbile his fear lent strengtt
to his legs, and he started like a scared locemo
tive to call the old burly Dutchman, who wa
in a distant part of the field, to give his farthen
a hit with the snake.
Old Sake the farmer's assistant, came bound
ing along ps soon as he heard the news, anc
paissing along the fency whereon P'eter and him
boy had hung their "linsey-wolsey'' vests, Jak
grabbied one of the garmienits, and hurried tt
the old man Peter, who still managed to keel
on his pins, although he was quaking and tremn
bUing like un a-pen-leaf in a Juone gale of wind
" 0, mine Giott ! Comec, come quick Jacol
Hle bite me all to pieces-here up mine leg."
Old Jake was not piarticularly sensitive tc
fear ; but few people, young or old are dead t<
alarm wvhen a "puizenous"1 reptile is about
Gathering up the stilf dry stalks of a stalwar'
'weed, old Jake told the boss to stand steady
and ha would at least stunn the snake by- a nai
or two if lie did not kill her stone dead ; anc
the old man Peter, less loth to have 1-is leg:
broken than to be bitten to deathn by a snake
designated thre spot to strike, and old Jake tole1
nj~im ar~ie it. The first b~low broke the wveed
an Iknocked old Sweighoirer eff his pegs au.
into a haycock-co-bimi.
"0O!" roared ol Peter, " you broke mine le:
and de snake's gone !"
" Vere ? vere ?1" cried old Jake moving brisk.
ly about, and scanning very narrowly the ground
he stood upon.
"N~ever mind him, Jacob; help rme. Il ga
SPut on your v-hest, den here it is," said
the old krout-eater, gathering up his boss and
trying to get the garment upon his lumpy back.
Th'le moment old Peter made his effort, lie greu
livid in the face-his hair stood on end, " likt
the quills upon the frightful poreupine," as Mrs.
Partington observes-hne shivered-he shook
his teeth chattered-.and his knees knocked r
"0O, Yacob, carry ine home ! I'm dead as a
" Tat ! [Ah nolbler shmnake in your I ronshers ?
'-o-a-look im swelt all up! Mine i-hesl
won't go on my back. 0, 0, minlie Gutt !"
" Duinder and,' blixden !" cicud old Jzake, as
he took the same conrclusion, and with imight
and main the old1 mann, sca-redl into a most won
derful feat of pihysical aictivity amid strength,
lugged anid carried the boss somec quarter of a
mile to thre house.
Young Pecter hnad shinned it home at the ear
liest stage of the dire proceedinigs, anid so alarm
ed the girls, that they were in a high state when
they saw the approach of the good old dad and
Old man Peter was carried ini, and began to
die, naturnl as life, when in comes the old lady,
in a great bustle, anid wanted to know what
wvas going on. Old Peter, in the larst gasp of
agony and weakness, opuenedl his eyes, and fee
bly l'ointed to hris leg. 'The old womnan ripped
up the pantaloonis, and out fell a small thistle
tomp, and at the same time considerable of a
scratch was made visible.
" Call dis a shnake ! lah !" says the old wo
"0O, but i'm pizhened to death, Molly ! See,
I'm all pizhen-mine thest-O dear mine vhest
not coe over mnie body !"
" Hahr, hraw ?" roared th~e old weinan" v'at a
foo'l! You got Peter's v-best oin-.haw, haw,
" Bo:<h ?" roars old Peter, shaking elf death's
icy fet ters at o'~ne surge, and jumping up. "Bosh,
Jacob, vat an old fool you numshnt be, to say I
i-ash schuakebite ! Go 'baurt your biehness,
gals. Peter, bring me seine beer."
Thre old woman savedl Peter's lfe.-Anglo
A Vr-aic-r.--An indian had gone to Albury
one cold morning, and got very drunk. On his
way home he became complietely overcome-, laid
him down and wias frozein to) death. His tribe
there were very much disposed to imitate tine
habits of the white men, accordingly held an in
quest over the dead body. After a long pow
wow, they finally agreed to this verdict, that
the deceased came to his death by mixing too
much water with his whisky, which had frozen
Habits are as casily caught is 'yallar birds.'
Let a circus arrive im igwn, and in less than a
week half the boys in town will be throwing
summneraets, and breaking their necks over an
>untle macheref bm1Ol.
A GREENHORN ON THE LOCOMOTIVE.
-Mr. Snodgrass, Junior, has been "scooting
around" at the West, and as some of his expe
riences are rather amusing, we copy an extract
"When we got to the depot, I went around
to get a look at the iron boss. Thunderation!
it warn't no more like a boss than a meetin'
house. If I was goin' to describethe animule,
I'd say it looked like-well, it looked like
darned if I know what it looked like unless it
was a regular he devil, snortin' smoke all around,
and pantin,' and heavin' and swellin,' and chaw
ing up red coals like they was good. A feller
stood in a house-like, feedin' him all the time;
but the more-he got the more he wanted, and
the more he snorted. After a' spell the feller
catched him by the tail, and great Jericho! he
set up a yell that split the ground for more'n a
mile and a half, and the next minit I felt my
legs a waggin,' and found myself at t'other end
of the string o' vehickles. I wasn't skered, but
I had three chills and a stroke of palsy in less
then five minits, and my face had a curious
brownish-yeller-green-bluish color in it, which
was perfectly unaccountable. 'Well,' says I,
" cmment is supper-fluous," and I took a seat
in the nearest waggin', or car, as they call it-a
consarned long, steamboat-lookin' thing, with a
string of pews down each side big enough to
hold a bout a man and a balf. Just as I sat
down, the hoss hollered twice and started off
like a streak pitcbin' me head first at the stom
ach of a big Irish woman, and she gave a tre
mendous grunt, and then catched nme by the
head, and crammed me under the seat; the cars
was a jumpin' and tearin' along at nigh onto
forty thousand miles an hour, and everybody
was a bobbin' up and down like a mill saw, and
every wretch on'em had his mouth wide open
and looked like they was laffin', but I could'nt
hear nothin', the cars kept such a racket.
Bimeby they stopped all at once, and then such
another laft busted out o' them passengers as I
never hera before. Laffin' at me, too, that's
what made me mad, and I was mad as thunder,
too. I ris up, and shakin' my fist at 'em, says
I, " Ladies and gentlemen, look a-here! I'm a
peaceable stranger-' and away the darn train
went like small pox was in town; jerking me
down in the seat with a whack like I'd been
thrown from the moon, and their cussed mouth's
flopped open, and the fellers went to bobbin up
and down agam. I put on an air of magnani
mous contempt like, and took no more notice of
'em, and veey naturaiy went to bobbin' up and
TlE FRECIl1AN'S REVENGE.
The following anecdote becamencurrent during
the suspensiun of specie payments in the finan
eial crisis of 1837:
A Frenchman rushed into one of the banks,
soon after the general suspensi-.n, with a hun
dred dollar bill.in his hand, and demanded the
specie for it.
Frenchman.-Vil you pay zis bill ? Vill you
give me se monnaie ?
Teller (blandly.)-We have susponded, and
cannot redeem it at present.
Frenchman.-Suspende! Vat's zat ? Han-by
ze neck, like one dan thieving dog? 0h, no,
sare ! You no deceive ne, sure! I vil! aved'orr
i.'argent-what you calle-e gold-ze silvare-ze
- Teller-We will redeem our notes when other
banks redeem theirs.
Freachmaa-When ze oder banks redim zares.
By gar, ze oder banks say se same, sare. I vill
shoot you sare-viz ze pistols, ze gun, ze can
a 'elier-You had better wait, sir--you had
better keep cool.
Fr-enchrnan (excitedly)--By gare, I will not
wait ! I tnt keep-vat you call-? cold ! I
wil 'aye, by gar, -rerenge. Sare ! I tear your
paper note all in leetle piece! I chew him!
(suiting the action to the word.) I spit on him,
t spit on hm- I simuxp on him ! You lov-oe
y*our lele drn billet note! There, sare-I am
revenge ! I am, by gar- *r--r eceugeir
Ihaving destroyed the note, looking fiul defi
ance at the cashier, tell-ers and all others present,
the lhttle Frenchman stalked out of the bank,
with the air of a Napoleon.
Tuc IntsHaNx's DIerisrvios or Tnii Wo.D
Mrs r:v.-Chancinig along where a number of
the Emierald Isle natives were assembhled, I hap
pened to hear the following dialogue:
"1 say. Murphy' ! what's the mteaning of mys
tery ? Faith, I was reading the paper-, and it
said 'twas a mystery how it was done !"
" Wel!," said Murphy, " Pat, i'll teach ye.
Ye see, when I lived wih mite father, a lit tle
gossoon; they give a parthy, and me mother
wint to market to by somiethtin' for the ptarthy
to ate, and among a lot of things she bot a half
a barrel of pork, ye see. Well, she put it in
the cellar, bless her sow!, for safe kaping, till
the piarty come on, do0 ye see ? Well, wvhin
the par-thy comec on mue miother sint mec down
cellar to git sonie of the pork, do ye see ; well,
I went diown to the batrrel and openedl it. and
lished about. but divil a bit of pork could 1 find;
so I looked around abiout the barrel to see
where the pork wams, and found a raf hole in the
bottom of the barrel, where the pork had all
ran out and left the bsrinie standing, do ye see."
" Hould on .MurphV~ ! hold on ! wait a bit ; now
tell mue how could all the pork git out ov the
barrel and lave the brine standlin'?"
"Well, Pat," said Murphy, " that's what i'd
like to know mnyself, do ye see; there's ithe
mystery." CuLxws, Jr.
Tawcs or TRaan.-her-e's an awful nigger
in the Montgomery water-melon tradle I ts
horrible, the way he contr-ives tosget his linger
into the eyes of his cullud bredren ! Now, for
example, about some weeks ago when musk
nlons wei-e in seasont, this black gleeni-grocer
one tmorning, was negociating a sale to rather a
smuart dar-key who was trying desperately to
got the better in the transaction.
Said the seller
"Now, de way I sells demi mush-millions to
everybody else is two for fif teen cents, but. since
its you,' and hat-c the black scamp assumied a
m Iost confidentini and insinuating totne, "'il let
you hab three ob 'umn for a quar-ter."
-lThis very parktticuar friend hit, a transfer of
pi-operty at once took pilace atnd the purtchiaser
walked off, but had not gonie half a square wh-len
somethinig appeared to have wor-ked through his
wool, for- back lie camne to the 'wagon.
" Look here ! How dat! Tree for quiarter !
dat imore dan two for- ditme an' half! Gib me
back amy money !"
"Nebber correcks mistakes, sar !" said the
trader, as a crescent shaped eruption of ivory
traversed his sable mug from ea:- to ear.-Mont
Tua Editor of the Elizabeth City (N.,C)
ionewer, itn his last issue, publishes the follow
WANTED!I Immediately, and cat-ier if prtac
ticable, an Editress to take charge of the out
side of this paper. ' The situationm in which we
find oursl-f renders it indispensable .that we
therefore give notice to any oxs:, posessing the
requisite gyaliceaions, who may desire to give
a hrlping hunid to the imiprovemtents of man
kind, that an application will be duly consid
We of!'er the following liber-al tel ams to one
Boaa--A conmfortable home with an agreen
Dass--" Something to wear"-silks not to
cost over one hundred and ]ify doltamrs each.
Gaiters limited to two psair per week, bonnets
ad libit um. Having a sort of weakness in the
way of pretty bonnet-i out-self, an unlimited in-'
dulgence ini head. coverings wvill be allowed.
Shawls, laces,-jewelry etc., all open to future
neigotiationis. Profits eqgnally devisible.'
The contract must be drawnt up by the clerk
of the court, and sealed in the piresence of a
Minister of the Gospel-and as ma~ny miore as
may be deisrable.
DISCOURAGD.-A man was once relating a
story of being on a locomotive thamt struck a
cow standing on the track, and threw her seve
ral rods into the field, where she lit squarely
upon her feet, with her' head towards the train,
and strange to tell, shte wasn't hurt a mite.
"flut didn't she look scared ?" inqnired. a lis
tener. " Well, I dlon't know whether she was
EDGEFIELD FIFTY YEARS IGO!
Life and Death of Beck Cotton,
THE DEVIL IN PETTICOAT S
God's Revenge Agninst
T E have just printed a fe-w hundred copies of
the above pamphlet written by Rev. W. L.
WEEMS, author of the " Life of Washington,
"Life of Marion," and other lesser productions, an-?
said by some to have been the most peculiar writer
of any age. This work is replete with interest, es
pecially so to the citizens of this District, as it con
tains quite a rair " showing up" of the dark days
and murderous deeds of old Edgefield a half een
lMT' For sale at this Office. Price 20 cents per
copy. Liberal deductions will be made to those
buying by the wholesale.
Aug 26 tIf 33
TRIAL OF MARTIN POSEY!
W E have on hand and for sale a few hundred
copies of the Trial of MARTIN POSU
Murder of his Wife,'atilda H, Posey,
Negro Slave Appling,
Wing an interesting.pAmplhlet of about 75 pages,
givi.mg a true and exact account of a crime com
mittti in Edgefield District in 1849, and which
resulted in the conviction of the said Posey of
murder in the first degree, for which offence he
suffered the extreme penalty of the law on Friday.
Feb. 1st, 1850.
Persins desirous of procuring this record of past
days and dark scenes should call at once.
~ gg For sale at this Office. Price, 15 cents per
copy. or two copies for 25 eents. Two copies sent
by mail. to one address, for 25 cents
April 20. tf 16
"amay's 'Erimtory of
WILL be RE-PUBLISHED early in. 1858,
in two lirge Volumes octavo, 550 pages
each Volume, printed on fie, white paper, bound
in substantial cloth-gilt.
It seems hardly necessary to add anything to the
above. RlAMSAY'S Il'STOfRY OF OUTI1
CAROLINA is a great iLork. lIe was an 'ye.
witness. and participated in many of the events
about which he writes. We, South Carolinians,
are toto ignoraint of our history, and the Publisher
has undertalken the woak with a view to rupply a
dentatd wih h has been flelt for son)e time. Th.e
faet is. thete is more interest felt now in the Ilisto
ry of our Stale, than ever was before. All aceounts;
o' our anent-r are now beginining to wake up our
minds to a lively interest. When we see thern
b aving the hardships of tle desert, overcoming
every difficulty from a savage foe, and meeting the
stalart l3ritin in a ling, distracting, and bloody
war, we are pleased with every danger they es
eqped, and wish to trace out the most minute events
of their history.
il' I initind to get oat the Work early in 1858.
Pri'e. in sti.,nt al Clhiib, $2,25 per V lutme ; lt
CGait,.j3,0tt Sold by subscription, payable on de
Those wloi wish to subscribe will send on their
nates to the Subscriber early.
W. J. DUFFIE,
11ookseler, Newberry, S. C.
Dec ID 4t 49
A RAERE CHANCE NOW TO BUY
t NHE Subscribers intending to close their bu
..smness, otffer for sale, A T U O s T, FOR
CASH, thteir entire Stock of
Of their owin ranufacture, and which is inferior
to none ever offieed in this market. Our present
stock consists of a lot of splendid
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, BEDSTEADS,
(A largec and beautiful variety)
Sofas and Louniges,
BOOK-CASES, TABLES, W ASHSTANDS, &c.
Which wye wi'l sell at the lowest prices f'or CASH
in order to wind up otur business as soon as possi
bile. Great Bargains will be offeredl, as we hope
to sell out soon, andl have thetefojre tar-ked otur
Furniture at very low figures. Call in antd see us.
We contintue to do Repairing of every descrip
tion, prtomtly, in the best, mannuer, and very
cheip for Cash.
We hiave sold sonic of our Furniture Ont cdit, and
hereby resptetfully reqjuest all indebted to pay) tup
at ani early date. Those who f'ail to comply with
this reque it by thbe 1st January next, will have to
settle with an Attorney. TXhis is ti-te as Gospel.
fM. A. MA K HRT1,
Oct 1-1 1857 tf 40
Octagon Burial Cases!
q H E Stibscriber keep- cotnstanttly otn hand at his
Furniiture- Rooms. opp.'site' the Posst Othc. a
lui-ee assortmieint of this new style of METALIC
BURIA L CASES, of beautiftul'form, and finishecd
ini perieet resemlan~fce of hsigh'y plilihetd ROSE
WOOD). These CAS iS arc now extensively used
and pio.dess many valuable advantages over all
Collins now before the pulic.
I will also keep rentdy tfoi' deliv, ry at an mome'nts
warning, n tine Stock of WOOl) COFF"INS, of my
own matnufneture, andl of all siz.-s, prices andI quality.
JOHIN M. WITT.
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
. ED)GEPIRLD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PLE AS.
W. D. J.-nning?,
es Foreign Attachmient.
C. P. Corley. ,
Tr E laintdtTh in the above stated east's. having
I this day tiled their I etelartationsu in~ myt iflee,
and the D~efndants having neither wives nor A t
torneys known ta reside within the limits of this
State, on whom copies of said D~eeinaitions with
rules to ph'nd can he served, On motion of Messrs.
Carroi & Uncan, iliititfs' A ttorney, Ordered thtat
said .1 efendants ilppe'ar ansd plead toi said IDeeltta
tin withint a year atnd a day tromt the date hereof,
or final and absolute jutdgemnent will be given
againist them. TH OS. 0. BACON, c c L..
May 22, 1857. ly 25
THlE STATE QF SOUTH CAROL1NA
IN COMMON PLE AS.
z's. Foreign A1Iach'ment.
T11 E Phtuintifl' in the above st~ted ease, having
this.day filed his Declaration in my Office, and
the D~efend.mit hauving neithert wife nor Attorney,
known to residle within the limits (if this State, on
whom copies of said lfechtration with rules to plend
entn be served :on mnotion of Messrs Bonhuan &
Adamns, Plainttifr's Attorneys, Ordered thtat said
Defendant appe'ar and lead to said ])eclaration
within a year and a day ft om the slate hereof, or
tinal and ambsolum te j ndizmetnt wi.l h~e giveni against htimt.
*'T110S. G. tA CUN, cc K ii.
March 0 1857. lyq 1(0
Blankets and Negro Cloths.
PROOY & NORRELL, Augusta, Ga.,
I) have on hantd a very large assortmtent oif
NEGRO BLANK ITS, KRRSEYS, STRIPES,.
coplrisintg a great variety of these Goods, which
they are otl'ering at extremely low priu'es, and in
aecordance with the timtes, anti to which they
would call attention.
Augusta, Dec 16 tf 49
NVEW L EA F L ARD.
J UST received a few Jars NE W LEAF LA RD.
For sale by0 . L. PENN, AGFx.NT
Dec. 2 tf 47
F ROMi New York, a Lot of UrIb CR ADLES,
Witndowv Chairs, Quartett Tatbles, Ottonmanse,
ot Stools, Child's Tfable Chairs, &c.
JOHN M. WITT.
J,. ly 2 9 S r e
NEW ....FALL ._GOODS 1
DICKEY & PIIBBS,
. AmgQD<s G M rgnal
A RE now opening a VERY LARGE and WELL i
SELECTED Stock of i
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
To which they-respectfully solicit attention, com
prising as It dpes, every article usually found in a
first class House, and at pricds as Low as any
in the South.
The Ladies especially are invited to call and ex
amine our DRESS -GOODS before-pnrchasing.
Our large Stock of SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, &c., is particularly fine, embracing
every article in their line, and all of the latest and
newest styles, viz:
Plain Black Gros du Rhine SILKS;
"c "1 Gros du Naples "
"s ".1Bischofps "
Black Brocades, Satin Stripes and Plaids;
Fancy Plaids, Stripes and CHENIES;
Rich Satin Plaids and Stripes;
Rich Colored BROCADES;
Very Rich Flounced ROBES;
Marcelines, Flounces, &c., &c., all colors;
French Mierinoes, Black and Colors;
English and German hlerinoes;
Coburg Cloths, very fine, every shade ;
Plain and Printed Llama Cloths';
Cashmere and Bruche Delaines;
CHA LLIES, Black and Colored;
POPLINS. Plain, Plaid, and Striped;
English, French Scotch and Dumestic GING
lIoyle'i English PRINTS;
Fine French a
Merrimac'and Cocheco PRINTS;
" " JACONETTS;
alarcalias, a fine article;
ioop Skirts, Quilted, Plain, Skeleton;
Plain, Corded and Embroidered SKIRTS;
Embossed Corded SKIRTS,
'Brass HOOPS, WHALEBONE, &c., for Skirts;
Stella SHAWLS. Black. Whilte and Col'd;
Cashmere SHAWLS, Plain and Printed;
Bay State, Empire State, aid Scotch Long and
Square-Plaid Wool Shawles;
Swiss Collars and Sleeves;
t " " Setts;
Swiss Edgings and Insertions;
Swiss Bands and FLOIJNCINGS;
Jaconett " "
English Thread Laces and EDGINGS;
Ladies ani Children's Cotton Hose, White and
Ladies' White and Open Work Hose;
" Kid and Silk Gloves, all makes;
" Lace Mitts, Long and Short;
" Wool and Cotton Gloves;
Children's Lace Mitts and Silk Gloves;
eached and Brown SHIRTINGS;
Linen and Cotton SHEETINGS and PILLOW
40 inch, 5-4 and 6-4 P, C. COTTONS;
6-4, 9.4, 10-4 and 12.4 Allendale and Waltham
SHEETINGS, Bleached and Brown;
Bleached and Brown Linen and Cotton Table
DAIASKS, by the yard;
8.4, 10.4. 12-4 and 14.4 Bleached and Brown Linen
Scotch. Russia and Huckaback DIAPERS and
10-4,12and 14-4 Lancaster arid Marseilles QUILTS;
" " Turkish - " ,
Toilet Covers, Tidies, Furniture Fringes, &c.;
Black and Col'd Cloths and Cassimeres ;
Satinetis and Kentucky Jeans, Plain and Fancy;
Drap D'ete, Italian Cloths, Cottonades, &c., &c.;
Gents, Wool Mufflers, and Pongee Handkerchiefs;
Gents Black ant Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties;
" Plain and Printed L. C. Handkerchiefs;
White, Col'd and Fancy Half Hose;
Wool and Merino " "
Kid, Silk, Wool, Thread Gloves;
" arid Ladies' Kid and Buck Gauntlet, &c.
The attention of House keepers, Farmers, and
Planters, is particularly invited to our stock of P LAN
FATIlON GOODS, which consists of every artiele in
York Stripes, 3Mariners'. Slirring.;.
ZIarlbiiro' Plaiids anid Stripes;
Georgia Stripes and Plain ;
lhinck, White and Grey Kerseys;
Plaid and Plain Linseys;
White, and Browin Cantoo tlann~els;
Plain anid Twilleti Salisbury Flannel', all colors;
Fine White English and Welsh "
Red atyi White Donmets, &c., &c.;
A large assoriment 'of E L ANIKETS, of every make,
Inc luding line En-glish, Swiss, Whitney Mackinaw,
&c., all sizes:
. Blue, Grey, and White, Negro BLANKETS.
Extraiirdinary inducements, offered to persons pnr.
chasing large lantation bills.
Parties sending ordiers will be certain to have tihem
piunctually attended to. DICKEY & PH IBBS.,
Augustn, Sept._7 if 3
Cheap Dry Goods !
BROOM & NORRELL
A UE now receiving at their NEW STORE,
I. No. 238 Broad-street, qj large and elegant as
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Th~eir stoc-k is one of the L ARG HST and MIOST
EI.EG A NT in their line in the city, and co'mpristes
all of the latest and aiost comnphete stylIts of theo sea
son. They would rtspectfuhly solicit publie p'atrn
nge, and cordiarlly invite all to-examiine thesir Goods.
LADIES' DRIESS GOODS.
F:imey 1Uress Silks. lahids an] Stripes;
Ri,]h silk Uiobes A'quxille, very heavy;
1Rihxandere Siks ; Popliis;
P 'a.in I1;Luck Hilks. all widths anid high Ilostres:
ltlack lh-roeide Silkrs, Strees, Plaid and Fisur-es,
.\ourning ;imd I11alf Muournuing Silks, Rich French
Printed all Wool Delaim s, Robes A'quil!c, ]Bay a
dere. Stripes, Cashumere. D'ecosse, Valenci a Plaids
anmd Tarlatans, and a vairie-ty of other Goods for
Print, d Coburcs; Paratrtas;
Enughlih ail Frenuch Me-riino, s;
Plain zndl Printed Delainies and Persiains, all
Fre-neli, English and American Prints, great vau
Fri.eci, English and A meriennt Ginghiams, great
l'lain, Pr-inted and Opera Flannels;
iC'leuks and mantillas, o'thue hatest styles, fromt
Icow prieedl to very rich, in great variety;
Chenille Shawls and Searfs, andI almost every
deripion, fr,.mi low priced to very finte quality;
A large nuort ment "f Linen Clo he, all colors, for
Clonks andM lantillas;
Miourning Goods, of every' style, suitabt- for Lhe
Hoop Skirt4, eveiry st'yle arnd qualitf used;
Corsets, French and Railroadl.
Of all kinds, and a fair assortmnn oif Frenchi Work
edci Collairs, Sleeves, Bands. Flouneinge, EmbroiJ]
ered Skirts, lHandk-erehiefs,' lnfants' Waists, Work
ed1 Edgixs,and lnsertiings.
. Gloves, iif all kinds, for Ladies, Gents and Boys;
Hosiery, ci i
,Flannels, large assortment, all prices and quli
i'lerino Vests, forTladies, Children nud Gents.
All styles Cassimers, Doeskins, Corduroys, Sat
inctts, Tweeds, Plain and Plai,1s ;Kentocky Jeans,
Carolina Jeans ;'Merino Cassimers, for Children;
Plaids and R'ib Rovs. for Children, &c.
Largen nssortment and groutest variety of Plhn
taition awtl Servants' goods in the city, comprisinig'
the omost durable Goodiin the market in the way
of Kerwis, White and Brownn Plaitus, heavy Twille,I
Linuseys, Osnaburgs andi Stripe's, 1]omespitns, Plaids,
Negro Blankets, White and Grey ;
Fancy " of every' description.
Rled Rhaikets, front a small Crib Blanket to a
very large mnd icuperior Blanket.
As weo have but one price, ouar Gonds will be of-t
fered at the lowe-st prices, which we guarantee to
-be as low as any in the Southiern country. Our I
system not only comnpe~ls us to sell our Goods at
the lowest prcs but :it also protects the buyer
from paying oiver market price, as he invariably
does. whiere there is an asking and :d taking priee.
All Orders will receive our perisonual and pr-omopt
attention, and our best judigmenut In executing them.
BROOM! & NORRELL,
A ugusta Sept. 30. tf. 38.
ESTATE JUDGE' BUTLER.
P ERSONS having demnandus against the above
LEsate wi:l oblige by forthwrith handing state
mnents of the same, properly tt, ted, to W. P.
Blutle-r, Estj., at Edgelleld C. I., or- forwarding them
by manil to the subscriber at Barnwvell C. HI.
.- JOHNSON HIAG OOD, A dax'or.
Nov 11 Sf 44
iD TO PURIFY THE BLOOD.
d tiat this i., tlie iEST PREPAPATION e
It sells readilv and gives great satisifetion. t
e people at the south, to be GOOD, anud GOU
EFFECT GREAT CLTRES.
than to publish what it is conposd of. It cot
woholie extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,
anthus) Tincture of May Apple, or Mandrakl
ion of Sarsaparilla, should express in their ordel
and Drs. A. -G.. & T. J. TE GUE.
33roac St. Auagusta, Ga
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANE
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
00 000 WORTH of the above Good
r ' Oo carefully selected fron the be
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at a very small advance on Cos
In addition to the above, I have on hand,
5,000 Pair Thaick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sul
I ' The Subscriber solicits a call from his Sou
. Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
" Tsaxs.-Retail, CASH. Wholesale, tin
with approved paper. No second prine asked.
- HENRY DALY,
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 if 40
SWAN & C0'S, LOTTERIEE
NEW & BRILLIANT SCHEM
T3"C:EE2TB O3rTsT $3.O
The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan
Co., Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy Lc
tery, in each of their Lotteries for Dee., 1857, at
s To which City they have removed their their pri
1 eipal office.
~ To be drawn in the city of Augusta, Ga.,in public,
Saturday, December 5th,1857.
To be drawn in the city of Augusta,Ga., in publie;
0 Saturday, December 12th, 1857.
a bdw n a oW p
'i To be drawn in thecity of Augusta, Ga., in publie,
SSaturday, December 19th. 1857.
obeT drawn in the City of Augusta, Ga.,in public,
SSaturday, December 28th, 1857.
V . On the plan of Single Numbers.
5,400 PRIZES! -
,Nearly o'ne Prize to every Nine Tickets.
3ML.aa2n-3cez.t Bco e~
TO BE DaAwN
lI EACH SAfrURDAY IN DECEMBER !
1i prize of.......$ ,00i is...............$00.,
a I prize of............iiiig ,... .............1,
I prize o........ 1.ii00 I8..;..............1.1
1 prize of..........Ii0 is....................6,
I prize o....... .,000( I..............4
1.I! prizes of........ ,10t1 ar.................0a,
l1t p~rizes or......... ~ 2.10 rs.................2
1 prizes of......... 1,50 re ..................
100 prizes or........10ti are...............10)
4 Prizes of $300 Approx'tlng to$GO,000l P'rize are.. $1,
4 Pri'es of 254) " ': 30,000 Prize are.. 1
4 Prlzes oaf 200 " " 110,000 Prizes are..
4 P'rizes of 15S)" " 6,0400 Prizes are..
4 Prizes of 125 " " 51500 Prizes are...
4 Prizes of 1010 " " 3.1551 ]Prizes ar...
..4 Prizes or 75 '" " 2,1100 PrIzes ar...
4 Prizes of 5 " " 1,500 Prizes are..
5,000O Prizes of 20.........................1001,
5,400 Prizes amtmuting to.............. $n~
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quar'ters 82,50
P'LAN OF TIlE LOTTERY.
The Number. franm 1 lto 54,00(1, correspandling with the
Numbers on lime Tickets printed oin sepiarnte slips of pnpl
arv eneir'el withi small lini tubes, nti painced in one wit
'The tirst 467 prizes, simlilarly parinted und encircled,
paincedl in unthtler wheel.
'1The whteels' are thent revolveda, and' a numiber is dra
f'romn thei wheel ofl numielr. anda at the lunmie ltme a plriz,
dtrawnt from the oither n he-el. The mnbiler andt prize dra
nut :ire opene.l antd exhibited to te audience, andu reo
teredI by the Commtisioniiers: the p)rize being pineed nlgni
the ntumtber dtrawn. This opjeratin Is repented util all
prze are drawn tint.
Approximtatiton'Prtzes.--Theu two preceding a
tihe two neceeding Nutmtmers to those drawintg the tir,
P'rizes will be( enttitiedti the 2-t .\ppjr..ximnztiont P'rize,.
examplae : IIf Ticket No. 1 1.250 diraws the $l;tiid P'ri
those Tickets inumberedi l1.24ts, 11,2419, 11,251, 11.2.'2,y
each be entiti, l tio $40t0. If Ticket No. 511 alrawsI
, $30l.000 Prize, thtose Tickets nuxmbmereid 548,.549, 55,1. 552, a
'etcht becentitledto $300, sad so) on accordling to the asbI
c Th'e 5,0005 Prizes of $201 will be determinedl by ite I;
flgure ofthteNo.whticht draws tte$6,N0. For examplle, Ift
No. drawitng the 6.'i10 trize ends witht No. 1. thient ulli
Tickets where the num er ends In 1 will be enitled Io *
-if time KNumbter ends with Number 2, then nl11 the Tick<
where thte Number ends in 2 will be ettled to $2t0, and
ont to 0.
tCERTIFICATES OF P'ACKAGES will be sold at I
followimng rates, which is the risk :
s Certilicute of Package of teln Whole Tickets.......
Certitlente ofr Patckage of ten lft Tickets...........
Certitteate o.f Package of teln Quarter Tickets.......
Certtiente of Puickage of teln Eighth Tickets..........
-Ini Ordering Tickets or Certficates,
- Enclse tihe imoney tim our addiress fur the Tickets ordecrc
.on receilpt of wich they will be forwarded by irst im
Purchtasers can have Tickets endinag In ansy flgnlre they mw
(MThec List of Drawn Numtbers andi rzes willI
Seuil' o purchllslrs imineliy after tihe drawIng.
~T"urchas-'r will plense write their sIgnatures pian
anduee vth ieir Poast Onfle:.. County atnd State.
C'iy-1cteember that every Prize is drawns andl payable
full ithout dedtctlon.
;g'All prizes of lIs0 and un der, pabl lnmmediately afi
time dtrawitng-othter parizes at thme utsuni thnie of thirty dlitys,
pff-All commtunientionts strictly contidentlal.
ga? Address ordlers ihr 'rickets or Certiflentes to
s. :SWAN & CO, Augusta, Ga.
or S. SW AN, Montgomery. Ala.
g?/ A list of the numbers thai nre drawt from the wheo
with theo amont of te prize that each one Is entitled I
wilt be published after every drawiug, In th~e following pl
pr-eOrieans Delta, IMobile Register. Chtarlesto
Stnad ahville Gazette. Atlanta IntellIgenicer, Ne
tYork Weekly Day Blook, and Savannah Miorninog News.
Dec. 2, 4t4
Blue Ridge Rail Road Comp'nj
IN SOU1TI CAROLINA.
NOVEMBER 3, 1857.
UIISCRIBIERS to the Ca'pital Stock of thi
iCompany are hereby notifiedl that the Twelftl
and THIRTEENTH INSTALMENTS upon tl
first subscription,' anid FIVE PER CENT. upo
the amount of the second subscription, arc re
quired to be paid as follows:
The Twelfth Instalment on the 3d cday of Janu
The Thirteenth Ihstalmnent and Five per cent
on second subscriptioni, on the 3d day of Febra
ry, 1858. By order.
WM. HI. PERONNEAU, Treasurer.
Dec 2 9t 47
A LL persons indebtd to the Estate of B~enja
2 .min L. Murrell, Deceased, are requested
settle the same ; and thtose having demands agains
sil Estate, will present them properly attested.
FERABA MURRELL. Ad'rs.
Dec. 13 1847 t 59
RtOMEO FOR SALE.
I ofl'er rfor sale my thmrough-bred Devon Bul
.ROMKO i bred by Mr. lioleomnbe, of Dev'on,
dale, Delaware.- Will be sold 'very low if apelies
for immediately. Romeo was four years old -ius
ApriL R. WARD.
Deo, 15 1857 3:49
' PHE Undersigned having sold the American
il 1otel to G. C.- CJNNJNGHA& & 'CO.,
take this occasion to.restr our. thaajs to the pub
lid genera!ty for the liberal-pationd, beeowed
npon us. and woulfh solicitibe same i esent
0. H 'COrT' VO.
lumburg, May 30, iS57. .85.
A - R I CA Nl]RTE
IIABMBURG, S. C.
r[HE Subscribers take this opjiortnii Y of in
t forming their friends and theftublic ierally
s that they have bought the above .HOTEL, and
are having it refitted in the best possible stile for
their reception. W7e flatter ourselves that every
necessaryarrangement has been made to promote
. the coinbrt of all who favor us with their company.
Our ROOMS are'airy and comfortably furnished
SERVANTS attentive and .'obedienit. And our
TABLE will'be conitantly sujjlied wzii.the best
- the season affords. Our friends may'therefore rest
satisfied that'every exprtion will b -ebeerf6hlU ren
dered to make their sojourn pleasniimd' t'a ble.
There will be in attendanee a GOOVIOSTLER,
and Horses left in-our charge will reeqive-pakticu
..*"Persons arriving at thia Hopse miay feqas
mured that their baggage will b promT ,sent,
free of charge, to the Carolina or to eitlhdr of the
Georgia Depots. - -
We solicit a share of the patronaire of those visit
ing our Town. G. C. .CUNNINGflAM%
MARY S. CUNNINGHAM,
Hamburg, June 1, 1857. ly 21
.IRSENCE ILLENERY !
MRS. E. CARROLL,
SECOND DOOR BELOW THE ?OST OFFICE,
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Edge
a field and adjoining Districts. that she has
opened a LARGB AND CHOICE Stock of
h FASHIONABLE INILLINERY,
Consisting of every variety of
e elvet, Silk and Straw Bonnets,
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES
PLUSH AND VELVET HATS AND- CAPS,
2. &c., &o.. &c. /
Male in the most fashionable and, perfect manner.
N. 1.-All orders from the country thankfully
received and promptly attended to.
1.1 amburg,Nbv .7 - ly - 45.
& T O THE P UBLIC.
t- - Har
n1- -CHEAP CASH STO 1.
L- OK FOR IT
- LOOK FOR 1',
Under theAmerican oteL Hamburg.
Under nt -'Ameicanl H ..iamburg.
R have recently Ow E and SPLEN
W DID Stock of .
DRYGOOD,. CLOTHING, SIOES,
on HATS, CAPS;'j'RUNKS, &c.jtL
Also, an excellent assprtment of DOMESIEC8, to
which we call the attention of alH -who- visit this
Marbet. -~. .---.
on Come and look for youyscel1-We are satisfied
that the prices and quality of Goods~wull give
satisfaction. Dont~forgeL-to~loo. for the
I~mug et22, 3m 87
IIURRA FOR NICARAGUA !
'H'lE Undersigned begs leave- to inform the
too . .LPublic that they are opening .a very 'large
10 and well selected Stock of .
SDry Goods, Clothilag, Hats, Oaps,
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS. UMiBRELLAS,-&e.
oAlso, a splendid assortmeont of DO.\lESTICS-all
unof which will be sold at a low price for Cash. -
Of Give us a trial-it iiu be to your own in
tee tereat ! SI:MON & JKROUCII.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 23 3m' - 7
su tT AVING been emp~loyedl by Messrs. SI~kX
hitj & USHTER to supberintcnd their inte n
the Cottons Trade, I hope to shaare a liberal
oUt portion of the'Trade that comes togourg aket.
I now return my sincere thadhafro the Planters
of Edlgefield, Abbevill/Esfrens and Newberry
Districts, for the liberal 'y'tronage that I have re
ceived from theiebandh, and hope to merit a con
etinuance of the samte samte. -
*eI- I give the very HIGH EST PRiCES for Cotton
are and other produce. A!! I wat is a showing, and
wn I will buy R. L. GENTRY.
Hamknburg, Sept 22 tf - 37
~jState of South Caroliaa
he EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,
i'll iN EQU1TY. -
Ec i L 'arte. .J. C. Rendy, A dm'r.) 1'ei' for caR.
-r .In [Re. Elizaieth Berry. - n scrdtr
~ IL-flen Berry, aind others. j prorn tdbt.
ni j N pursuance to an order fiom Chan~cellor Ward
veC i.law, in this catsc, notice is he.reby given to all and
sidiulur, .the creditors of Ilannah leriry, deeased,
h.to aippealr before me at my Office; on or before the
hie second day of. February next, to prefer and prove
their tespective de~mands against the Estate of the
so said Ilannah Berry, deceased, or otherwise they will
be exelnded from the benefit of this or-der.
he . - A. SlMKINS, CE E..
s- Oct 27 1857 - 3m .43.
to THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
10 EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
lN .ORDINA RY..
5s. 'eition for Par.
* John Gregory and othters.)
T'appearing to my satisfaction that John Grego
n, Rry, Esther Rlankin, wife of David Rankin, dle
Seased, John Bankin and his wife -Harriet, Sha
ndrack Dleas and his wife Ceily, Defendants in the
er above stated ease, reside without the limits of this
State, It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division-or sale of the real estate
of Sarah Gregory, dee'd., on or before the 23d day
of December next, or their consent to the same
,will be entered of record.
W. F. DURlISOE, o0E3D.
' Ordinary's Officee, SeptS0,1857. 12te39
State of Southi Carolina -
IN O RDINARY. -
Haley Merchant and others,
- s. - - For Partition
e Henry. B. Gallman and wife
Mary Ann and others. J
IT appearitng to. my satisfacition that Joel Mer
s. - 'chant and .James Merehcait, two of the Defeh
Sdents in the above stated case, residIe be'yond the
y. limits of this -State, It is thierior.e lrdered -that
they do appear and] objccet to the division or~ sale ,f
- the Rleal Estate of Robert Merchant, dee'd, on or
before the 12th oif January naext. (I858)i~br-'their
consent to the sameo will be entered of record..
- W. F. DURISOE, o.ttd.
Look Here!f - -
ILL Persons are hereby cautioned friam triiditng
Il for a certain'Note of hand itiven 1,y thie'sub
.scriber to Franklin Lowr'y and John Atiawayr- for'
$125, and dated 3d Oct. 18&7, as I will- ndt pary
Said Note unless compelled bylaw. -
- . - - ~WHIFIEID:ORsE.
Oct15 . - tf - ' 40
. P'SITIVE NOTICE. -
A L L persons in anywise indebted to th e Estates
Dr. .J. 0. Nicholsong dee'd.,- or .a J. C.
-Allen, dee'd.,or to the Subseriber, are herb Io
tined that they MUST PA-Y-THRE SAME por
to the 15th -February next.- I have got to clseu
-the business-of those Futates atn early 'dti-, ad
c-onsequet' I exp'~ alldindebt14t& settle t$p
sprotnptly. I dye,- *hat I say, and govertiouz,
selves-accordingly. -. 0. W. ALTLanI
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, .0
DUBLIC opinion and Physicians have decidt
L SARSA P ARILLA that can lie obtained.
igredients are well known to Physicians an1d tli
IEDICINES, when appropriately used, often I
vothing more need be said in praise of it,
Ains in addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alel
Vhitc Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chior
Podophllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinarna.)
iiThose preferiug this Compound Prepari
)ENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA' S
For saleat Edgefiel$dC. if. by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
PELLETIER & CO.
DRUGS AND MIEDICINES,
H AIBURG, S. C.,
A RE receiving their supplies for the Summe
.and Fall Trade, consisting of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffi
Colours, Spices, Brushes, Glass, Soaps,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
renerally found in their line of business.
' flanters, Merchants, Physicians and a]
persons dealing in our line will find it to their in
crest to give us a call as we are determined to sel
it the VERY LOWEST PRICES.
W Planters can rely upon having their mem
>randums filled with the BEST OF ARTICLES
md put up in packages to suit their convenietc
A. 3. PELLETIER & CO.
Next door to A. Burnside.
Hamburg, July 15, Gm - ,
H L. CUNNINGHAM & CO.,
GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS
FOREIGN WINES &LIQUORS,
HAMBURG, S. 0.
W E take this opportunity of returning thanla
to our patrons and G iends for the very liber,
eneouragement and favors we have rt eeived for sev
eral years past, and respectfully solicit a continunne
of the same. Our highest aims,<nd best endenm
,rs will be to merit and deserve the patronage <
our old customers, friends and the public generall3
by conducting our business as wo have done herett
fore, and increasing our reputation for
Low Prices and Fair Dealing,
And making it to the decided advantage of al-wi
favor us with their trade.
The increased patronage we liave received an
are continually receiving hats induced us to BUY .
LARO Eand WELL ASSORTED Stock of Good:
in order to meet the growing demnands and incam
The Superior Quality
o all Goods on'ered to tlhe Public at this establisl
ment. is so wvell known that very little need be sai
upon this subject. But with the unity of LOT
PRICES, and the VERY BEST QUALITY 0
GOODS. i.s the system of business the subscribei
are det<.rmined to carry outs This will be made a;
plieble to every branch or their business.
Our Goods in all in- tanets will lhe what they ni
represented toi be-and when sold by sample, sh:i
always be in conforomity with the sample
We are coinstatntly receiving and 'have in Store
COMPL1ET l AbeORTMEN T.of
LOAF, CRUSIlED), CLARlFIE~D, ST. CRO0:
AND) ORLEANS SUGA RS,
ORLEA NS SYR UP & CUBA MlOLASSES,
TENNESEE AND) BALTIaMORE BACO2
LARD, SODA, STA RCII,
WHITE WINE AND APPLE VINEGARS, &
-A large assortment of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Consisting of Pipes, llalf Pis es nd Quarter Casks
Of the lollowing celebranud Brands and Vint:age
(Maul, Dupy & Co.. 1838, 1t844, 1847.
. Alex. Signe.tt, 1852, 1S55.
Itlartel & Co., 1847.
A zat signett, 18-19..
.J. J. D~upy, 1s48.
OLD BORDEAUX AND C[I uMPAGNE
BR AN DIES.
MAEIRA, PORT AND SHERRY WINE
JAMAAICA A ND ST. CRtOIX RUMiS,
GISON'S EAGLE W1ISK E Y , A ND
DeStic L i q u o r s o f all kindt
Tuiz AnaxaseN-rs of our Store arc such as
make this Establishament in fact the substitute of tIa
cellar of every consumer.
OTi.LS and Persuons wanting sma~l assorte
lIts or Choice Wines and [.iquo.rs for special over
sions, enn he supplied at the shortest nlolice.
COUNTRY TRADE supplied at the whmolesal
FMIlES inn conmand the best Table Wine
at very low prices, as also the eapest sorts
Wines and Liquors tor culinary purposes.
PHYSICIA NS requ;ring tine Liquors for nmedi
cal purposes are particularly solicited to call anad e~s
amine out Stock.
W~e keep constantly on hand a
Of Saddles, Bridles, Matrtingak-s. Whips, Saiddl
Blankets, Bed*i lankets, several Casers of fine
-Sewed and Pegged Boots andl Shoes, L~a
dies, lises and Chaildrmen's Shoes,*
WVaterproof lluntin~g and Dith
em's Boots, Boys and Mecn's
Broganas fronm No 1Ito 15,.
Fur, Wool and Silk Ilats,
-Cloth, Plush anad Fatncy Caps,
Osnaburga, Shiectings, Shirtings, Stripes.
Georgia Plains, Gunnty nn Dundee Bagging,
Bale Rope, Twine, &c., &c.
We solicit CASH ORD)ERS from parties no
misiting our Town, and will endeavor in all instn
ep to satisfy in every particular, all who confidi
;heir orders to as.
Persons- visiting this Market are earnestly solici
ed to give us a call before they make their purcha,
Ls. We are determined to mnike it to their ad vain
age by selling them their supplies LOWElR thar
lhy can bus them elsewhere.
lI We will give the market price for Cotton
d every other kind of pro'Cdue .lfered.
IL. L. & G. C. CUNNINGUAMh
I nmburg, Sept. 3U 1857 Gm 38
Estate of John Doby, deefd.
XLL persons indebted to the Estatte of Johar
D oby, dee'd., are requested to settle up prios
oTuesday te 19th day of Jaunuary next. And
hose having demands against said Estate arc no
fled to renader them in, properly attested, by thai
late, as we intetnd making a final settlement of the
rsonal Estate on that day.
DEVUORE & ATKINS, Agents
- For Matilda Doby, Adm's.
Oct 12 ~ ' 14t 40
hOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE.
rH E Subscriber off'era for sale his HOUSE and
LOT in the Village of Edgetield, consistin~g
three acres, with every necessary building ont
he reaises, well of excellent water, &c.
Terms accommodating. W. LOGUE.
S ar 4 tf 8
U IST received and for sale'low 1000 pounds
.1of OHOICE biEW BACON-well cured.
W. R. & T. S. HUDSON.
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