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DoyoURwALLY THINKHZ DID.
SY CUAULICS SWAIN.
I wa ted till the twilight,
And yet he did not cc ue,
I trayed along the brook ide,
And slowly wandered home;
When who should come behind ie(,
But him I would have chide;
He said he caine to find mt.
Do you really think he (lid 1
He said since Inst we parted,
He'd thought of nought so sweet,
As of this very moment
The moment we should meet.
Re showed me where half shaded,
A cottage home lay hid ;
He said for me he made it,
Do you really think he did?
He said when first lie saw me
Life seemed at once divine;
Each night he dreampt of angels.
And every face was mine;
Sorretimes a voice, In sleeping:
Would all his hopes forbid;
And then lie waken~e I weeping
Do you really think he did I
ANERICAN DIPLONMACY IN CHINA.
In all history there is hardly another such
instance of outrage and aggression as France
and England are now perpetrating at the ex
pense of China. Availing themselves of a flimsy
pretext which the government at Pekin has
long since signalized its readiness to remove,
they have made an attack upon the sovereignty
of the " Celestial Empire" for which there is
no shadow of justitication in the code of inter
national law. The sum of the matter is just
this: Enland and France desire greater Iacili
.ties of commercial intercourm- with China than
they now enjoy, and in default of peaceful ne
gotiation they are resolved to it tain their ob.
ject by force of arms. They would be equally
excusable in an attempt to compel the United
States to admit their goods free of duty. It is
a flagrant infraction of the independonce of
nations, from a motive of the meanest and most
Yet there were persons who would have had
this country combine with England and France
in their unwarrantable attack upon the sover
eignty of the Chinese empire! Happily, their
counsels were not adopted by the Administra
tion. As an honorable and conservativo states
man, Mr. Buchanan disdained to exact an ad
vantage from a helpless nation. True to the
traditional policy of the country, he instructed
the American representative to abstain from
any violent demonstration against the Govern
ment of China, and to limit his efforts to the
persuasion of peaceable negotiation. The result
furnishes another illustration of the maxim
that honesty is the best policy. While the French
and British ambassadors have been embarrassed
in their intrigues, and baffled in their objects,
the American Commissioner has received a
gratifying assurance of the respect and good
will of the Government at Pekin. He has but
to persist in a policy of fair play, and his di
plomacy VI achieve everything this country
can reaminably demand of an Midependent ina
ABUS8E OF AMERICAN ?aOSl'TA LITI'.
Under the above caption, we find the follow
ing in the Richmond Dispatchb:
Our countrymen have received various admo
nitions lately (among them the sad case of Col.
Blount's fanaily, of No'bile,) to beware of open
ing their doors witif too great facility to people
they know nothing about, and who ostentta
tiously sport some imposing title or other,
which, instead of winuitig contidenico, ought to
put everybody on their guard, just as the con
spicuous display of massive watch chains and
jewelry umakes observing men suspect that the
w~earer is either a vulgarian or a pickpocket.
There is an extraordinary passion in the United
Statea for lionizing everything that pretbnds to
be a lion, and many an ass in a lion's skin, has
been followed and worshipped by multitpdes of
discerning and admiring republicans. It would
be well if, in every case, the imposter only
turned out an ass, au honest scullion, footman
or coachman, ini the guise of a lord, and niot a
designing scoundrel, ruining forever the peace
of those who harbor and cherish him.
Hospitality is a virtue, but it has been carried
to exce'ss in this country. It is said that in the
North it is the rule to consider a man a rascal
till he proves himself a gentleman, whereas in
the South he is regarded a gentleman until he
prove, himself a rascal. We are not sure but
our countrymen, both North and South, may
find it wise hereafter to adopt the Northernm
rule, and thus save themselves from the impos
tors and scoundrels, who, finding Europe too
hot to holdi them, try their fortunes in America.
'There i~s no reason why the access to society in
America should be easier to Europeans,
than it is in Europe to Americans. Our coun
trymen, going abroad, must and ought to go
accreditet', and even then they receive only for
mal and ceremonious politeness. But, from a
foreign visitor, we require scarcely a letter o~f
introduction; he has only to tmake himself
known, and ape the exterior and mianners of a
gentleman, anid Americans at once receive him
to their hearts and homes. We do not claim
for this country any monopoly of virtue, but it
is quite certain that the Old World, which has
imany more people, miust have many more ras
cals than the United States, not only more ini
numaber, but superior in ingenuity and training,
and rendered desperate by greater want. There
fore, if extra precautions are to be used on
either side of the Atlantic, they ought to be
used here, and new bars and bolts be put upon
A PRESENT OF A SHIAwL.-A Paris corres
pondent of the Boston Post tells the following
French story :
A husband of a reasonable age recently en
tered a "magasin de noureautis"~ and desired to
look at the assortment of shawls, wishing, he
said, to make a present to his wife upon her
birth-day, close at hand. One of the shawls
seempd to please him in everythi~g save the
price-the shopkeeper demanding a thouandic
francs, and he was willing to pay only eight
hundred. After some at.tempt at bargaining,
he went away without deciding, promising to
return again. The cunning merchant, ran im
mediately to the gentleman's residence, saw his
wife, and related the occurrence to her. En
chanted at the kindness of her spouse the lady
willingly paid the two hundred franca at which
he had demurred, and sent away the dry-goods
man, having enjoined upon him the strictest
Eight days passed. The birth-day arrived,
but not the shawl! The lady, uneasy at the
non-appearance of the present, after allowing
the usual week of grace, sent to demand her
money or the shawl. Astonishment of the
merchant ! The shawl had been delivered to
the husband some ten days previous.
Figaro asks : What (lid he do with the
PRzE~ylG YEGETABLs.-The Garden et.
-This vegetable is highly esteemed, by many,
but as it matures so early in the season, in a
Sotithern climate, it loses, (if left in the ground,)
its nutritious qualities. When the beets have
fully matured, pull them on a cloudy day, or
early in the niorning, wring the tops from them
and pack them down in dry sand. Take a bar
rel and put a layer of sand on the bottom, then
a lay of beeta, then sand, and so on, until it is
full, place in a cool dry place, aud you may
have fresh, sweet btfor the table, all the fal
n-:d winter. Irish potatoes may be dug, and
kept thc same way. Snap beans many be pre
.rved by packing thema down in salt, just as
we do cucumubers, a layer of snaps then a layer
of' salt, then sinaps, au-~l salt again, and so on
toii the barrel or jar is full. When the snaps
r r wanted for use,~ soak them for twenty-four
hours, chauiging the water frequently. Okra
an~d egg-plants may be cut in thun' slices and
diried ma the son, whieu erfectly dried pak away
i., papr..g. s..... ..tem afoaw Wor befoare
!ooking, and they will be nearly equal to fresh
athered vegetables. Butter and Lima beans
nay be shelled and dried in the sun until they
will keep fresh all the winter. Tomatoes may
be stewed, spread on thin pans and dried, then
put away in paper bags for future use; for soups
and stews they will do as well as fresh gathered
PREPARArIMs oF Tuituvir SEE.-Soak the
seed from 12 to 24 hours in fish oil; then drain
the oil off frotm the seed, and mix ashes with
the seed until they are entirely separated. Seed
thus soaked germinate quicker than do unsoaked
seed, while the smell of the oil is repellant to
The seed should be sown about the 25th of
July. When sown, they should be lightly har
rowed in with a light harrow, and rolled imme
diately afterwards, to compress the soil upon
So soon as the plants come up, give them a
dusting of ashes, or soot, or a mixture of both.
Repeat this each morning early, while the leaves
are wet with dew until. tie plants get into the
As Irishman, being asked if he understood
French, replied: " Yes, by the powers, I un
derstand French perfectly, when one speaks it
IT was the saying of Sir Robert Peel: "I
never knew a man to escape failure, either in
body or mind, who worked seven days in the
A few years ago, when the river Delaware
was frozen over, a number of booths were erected
on the ice, near one of which an Irishman ob
served a person to fall in; he ran immediately
to the proprietor of the booth, and told bim
that he had just seen a man enter his cellar,
and advised him to take care of his liquor.
"Scratch the green rind of a sapling, or
wantonly twist it in the soil, and the scarred
and crooked oak will tell of thee for centuries
to come." How forcibly does this beautiful
figure teach the lesson of giving right instead
of wrong tendencies to the young mind!
M..PARTINTON ON ITOMPsTF.ADEXEMPTION.
.-" Iomentead exemption," exclaimed Mrs. Par
tington, throwing down the paper, " it's come to
a pretty pass, indeed, that men are going to ex
empt themselves from home just when they
please, without any proviso for cold nights."
A tipsy Irishman, leaning against a lamp-post
as a funeral procession was pasing by, was asked
who was dead.
"I can't exactly say sir ; but I presume it is
the jintleman in the coffin !"
To prevent Dogs from getting mad-Cut their
tails off close behind their earR.
To MfAKE THE HAIR CraR.-At any time you
may make your hair curl the more easily by rub
bing it with the beaten yolk of an egg washed
off afterwards with clear water, and then putting
on a little pomatum before you put up your
curls. It is well always to go through this pro
cess when you change to curls, after having
worn your hair plain.
A man named Win. Simeock, of Washinton
county, Pa., recently lost his wife in the morninz
-was arrested by the constable at II o'uock
married his second wife belre isight-and fol
lowed the remnins of his first wife, In company
with the second, to the grave the day after.
A (Goo Hrtr.-A colored gentleman, who
does landseapes in white, displays a handsome
sign in the neighborhood of Six and Arch streets,
Philadelphia, inscribed, "Professor Singleton,
whitewasher and carpet shaker." Not a h rd hit,
that ! Considering that " Professor" Singleton
has a good right to the title as about half the
people who appropriate it, his sign is in very
RAV E just received fromn New York, anothe-r
lot of those FINE WIllLE BRILLIANTS,
at 12j eents per yard.
* Also, Isabella, Jonannah and Caroline White
L-adis' t'blrseilles COLLA RS and SETT'S, both
white and Colored; ;
Birmtinghiam and Mletropolian Extension IIOOP
Black Silk hMITlS, both long and short, with
and with-sut lingers;
An entirely new and handsome lot of RIlBBONS,
for Ladies' Bonnets;
Fifty pieces fine IRISI[ LINEN, to be so'd by
the pi.ee unly, at extraordinary low prices ;
D1AAKS, DOYLIES, NAPKINS;
TOW ELS crash and linen ;
SIIEETING, at p:iees that cann~ot fa&il to comn
muand a quick sale.
Thise in want of such Goods wouhl do w.ell to
Augusta, -June 1 1 tf 23
T H E Subscriber hav ing p'.trchased the prenstises
Iformerly occupied by lr. H. A. GR AY, as a
Watch re-pairmng shop. 1s no0w prepared to do all
kinds of work ini connectirn with
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry nuad
Hlavina securedl the services of a FIRLST CLMAS
WATCII MAKER, and being a practical Clock
Maker himself, lie hopes to give entire satislaction.
All work dlone at his shop is warranited, ,.uid if
it fails to give satisfaction, the money will be re
All persons leaving work with him may depend
upon getting it at the time promised.
P. S.-A Regulato'r, that will keepi exact time,
will be kep't running in the shop. Persons desi
rious of obtaining the true time can be accomnoda
ted at any hour it the day. F.HCADE
April 61858 t 13
STATE OF SOUT[I CA ROLINA,
BY yW. F. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, M. L. Enham, hath applied to me
for Letters of Adlminis rtion, on all and singular thme
o'nds and chattles, rights and credits of Mrs. $o:,hma
Bonam, late of the Distric-t afo'reisaid, deceased.
Theas are, therefore, to c-he and admionish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the aidl scean
el. to he and appear before me, at our nextOrdinary's
Court fur the said District, to he holden at Edgefield
C. H., on the 31st day of July, inst., to shows
cause, if any,'why the maid administration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this 16th day of
July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight, and in the63i year of Ameri
can Independence. W .DRSE .L~
July 20 , 2t 28
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
B Y W. P. DURISOE, Esquire, Ordinary of Edge
Whereas, Ltwia Bleds. e hath applied to me for
Letters of Adminisi-ration, on all and singular the
goods and chattles, rights and credits of Levi Bliedsoe,
late of the District aforesaid dec'd.
These are, therefotre, to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and'ereditors of the said dec-eas
ed, to he and appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be huolen at Edgefield
Court House, on the 2nd day of August next, to
show cause, if any, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under mty hand and sa~d, this 19th day of
July. in the year o our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-elfft and in the eighty-third year
of A merican Indepenidence.
W. F. DURISOE, o.: a.
July 20, 1858 2t 28
N OTICE is hereby given to thu heirs and diii
tributees of John Thrailkill, dee'd., that a set
tlement on said estate will be made in the Ordipary's
~fice, at Edgefield C. H., on the Airst Tuesday in
FRANCIS TIR ATLKILL, Adm'or.
April6, 1858 3m" 1.1
N OTICE TO PA RLYIERS!--I am now
reciving THREE THOUSAND POUND)S
f pure Leaf and Twise Havanna TOBACCO, which
will be sold low to Farmers for plantation use. CalL
snd namin.. E. BOWECR8, Agt.
hamkng April a if 12
PUBLISHED EvEIy WgDEEUDAr NMRING.
1, SIMKINS, D. R. DURIS & ELAR lEESE,
TERES OF SUB5CRIPTION.
Two DOLLAnS per year, if paid in advance-Two
DOLLAnS and Fimvr CXrs if not paid within six
months-and TuasBE DOLLAnS if not paid before the
expiration of the year. 4
Subscriptions out of the District and from other
States, must invariably be paid for in advance.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
All advertisemonts will be corroectly and conspicu
ously ineeged at Seventy-fivo Cents per Square (12
Brevier lines or less) for the first insertion, and Fifty
Cents for each subsequent insertion. When only pub
livhed Menthly or Quarterly $1 per square will be
Each and every Transient Advertisement, to secure
publicity through our columns, must invariably be
paid in advance.
Advertisements not having the desired number of
insertions marked on the margin, will be continued
until'forbid and charged accordingly.
Those desiring to advertise by the year, can do so
on liberal termsE-it being distinctly understood that
contracts for yearly advertising are confined to the
immediate, legitimnato business of the firm or Individ
All communications of a personal character will be
charged as advertisements.
Obituary Notices exceeding one square In length
will bo charged for the overplus, at regular rates.
Announcing.a Candidate (not inserted until paid
for,) Five Dollars.
For Advertising Estrays Tolled, Two Dollars, to be
paid by the Magistrate advertising.
Hardware, Cutlery, & c.
HAMBURG, S. C.,
W OULD informn hin friends -o 1
W and all who may bo trading g
to this Market, that lie still con
tinues to keep a FULL andl well
selected Stock of Goods In the
above line, anal solicits a share of
patronage from all who may be in want of any ar
ticks he keeps, assuring them that every exertion
shall be made to give satisfaction to the purchaser
in quality and price, feeling confident that he can
t-ell his Goods on as Reasonable terms as
they can be purchased at
ANY HOUSE ,,N AUGUSTA.
His Stock is now COMPLETE, having added
largely by recent purchases front the BEST Manu
facturers. Ilis Stock is such that almost every one
can ind some article on their list of wants, anad on
such terms as cannof fail to please-amongst which
is a good assortment of
Cut NAILS of all sIzes, of the best brands, in
cluding all sizes of SPIKES, Also, English and
American Ilorse Shoe Nails, Wagon and Wrought
Nails, a'] siz.-s.
Nail RODS and Sheet and Hoop IRON;
Blister, German and Cast STEEL;
Collins & Co., Leverett's and other celebrated
make of Broad, Cheappitg and Hand AXiS,
Mill, Cr,*s Cut and Hand SAWS, all k*-nds;
I!ammers, Cliseals. Auzers, Drawing Knives,
Adzes, Gimblets, Braeand Bitts, Mill, Iland Saw
atd every variety of Files and [tasps, Saw Sets,
Comapasies, llulow Augers and Bitts, Gauges,
lanes of every deseription, Platne ]itte, and every
Variety of Carpenter's Tools,
Edge Tools of every description.
Belloawa, A nvils, Vices, Screw Plates. Skedge, hland
anad Shioeing liatmmners, Rasps, D~rills, Tongs,
&c., ail of the best antufacture. Great
care havinag been taken in thseseh-etion
of these articles, they catn he
relied upuon as thet best.
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Ilii Stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery is complete
and quality unsurpassed-amonagst whtich can
be found full Setts of Taible Cutlery, of
J oseph Rodgers &~ Soans celebrated
manufacture; Pocket said Pen
Kniives all patterns and quatl
ities -,fie Razors, Scis
sors, Shears, &c..
Also, a great variety of
S MA LL W A RES,
Such s Pins, Needles, Port Monies, Hlair Brushes,
Combs, Paper Envelopes, Peann, Peniis, &c.
'Guns, Pistols. &c.
Ont hand :a choice lot of Cus and Pistols of the
fineat quality--Colh's, A datma' and Dean's and
othcrs maske o'f Rlepeaters, self-cockinig.
A lso, una assortment of Poacket Pistols,
P'ercusaion Caps, Shut Belts,
P'owder Flasks, Gamse Bags,
Cleaning Rods, &c.
Iis Stock of Buildinig mataerial swill he fountd com
plete, co~nsisting in part of Locks. Hlinges,
Screws, Window Faswtnings, all kinds and
qualities. Also, Till. Pad, runk and
Light andi Heavy Castings.'
Always on hanad a fine nssortmtent of aghat and
heavv Castings. Pots,0Ovens, Spiders, Tess Ket
th's, Well Whee's, Waflle Irons. &e.
Farmner's Boilers, Cauldrons, WagILon
Boxes, Sad Irons, Fire Dogs,
Shovel and Tongs.
.Cooking and Heating Stores,
ALL PATTlERNS AND) SIZES.
Wagon Chains, all kinds. Log Continued. Halter
and Trace Chains, Spaides and Shovels, Hay
Forks, Crackery aend Glass Wnare, &o.
Also, manufacturer of sill kinids of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware !
All are earnestly solicited to eall and examine
for themselves. And you will find it greatly to
youar interest to patronize 3 our old Edge-feld D~s
trit citizen. WMl. HIL L.
Uamburg, Oct 26 tf 42
Marble at Newrberry, S. Cs
I KEEP constantly ons hand, at amy Marble Yard,
Newberry. S. C., MAR13LE and GRANITE
TOMBS, TOMB TABLETS, MONUMENTS,
Ilead Stones, &c.,
In endless styles and of every variety.
LETTERING donec neatly and correctly at three
cetsa per letter.
All1 orders shall have prompt attention. I sell
as chteap as5 thte cheapest.
gg-For further partictulars, call on Col. Chris
tie, at Edgefieldl C. HI, S. C.
JOHN R. LEAVELL.
Newberry, May 24 8m* 20
Boot and Shoe Notice.
TPHE Subscriber continues to have
.I made, on the shortest notice, and in j
the biest manner, th. finest and most sub
statial BOOTS and SHOES.
All orders left at his Shop will lbe promptly at
tended to. C. M. GR AY or myself will be found
at all times In the Village to attend to all orders.
Na. work to leave the shop wvithiont the knowledge
of the subscriber or my A gent, C. M. GRAY.
ILTShop opposIte B. J. Ryan's Livery Stale.
-E. II. YOUEGBLOOD.
June 2 tf 21
Sam will have it Pure.
I H AVE this day received two Barrels of pmure
RYE WHISKEY, and five Barrels of pure
CORN WHISKEY, very old and pure-.-shipped
by Mr. Cenn, direct from North Carolina. Some
of the most eminent Phiysicians of Augusta pur
chase it for their use. For sale by
S. E. BIOWERS, Agt,
N. B-On hand 23 UbIs. Key Stone M'ononga
Shamburg, Marl1 tf 8
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
b WASo and a good assortment of Choice
AGRYoCERIES, which we invariably sell at
frm FIVE to '1 EN PER CENT CilEAPER
thans any other hlouse in Town. An exaiminationi
f our Stock and Prices will sustain us ina the above
asertion. Call and soe for- yourselves.
* ~ W. R. 5t T, 8. HUDSON.
Jna ,f 22
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT, Al
P UBLIC opinion and Physicians have decide
SARSAPAR ILLA that can be obtained.
ingredients are well known to Physicians and th
MEDICINES, wi en appropriately used, often I
Nothing niora need be anid in praise of it,
tains in addition to Sdrsaparilla, the hydro-aleb
White Ash, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chion
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root (Sanguinaria.)
M 1Those prefering this Compound Prepart
DENNIS' ALTERATIVE, OR GEORGIA S.
For sale at Edgefield C. h.'by G. L. PENN
July 15, 1857.
Bland & Butler,
A RE now receiving a LARGE and VARIED
-M Stock of Spring and Summer
A good portion of which is now in Store and ready
In calling the attention of our friends and patrons
to our Stock we heg to assure them that it is
M1Za UEE =I9 =ll a
And great inducements will be offered to efli-et
sales. Our Stock comprises all the Newest mate
rials with the latest paiterns and designa for
Plain, Striped and Plaid lIAREGES;
TISSUES, LAWNS, ORGANDIES;
BRILLIANTES, French CAMBRICS;
Crape MARETS. Rarege DeLAINES;
Material for TRAVELLING DRESSES, in Side
Striper and Flaun-en and Bayadere;
Plain CIIA LLIRS, SKIRTS ;
EMBROIDERY, LACES, RIBBONS;
110SIERY and GLOVES:
Brwown and Blesched SHEkTINGS
9 46 SII RTINGS;
TICKINGS, PILLOW CASINGS:
Table DAMASKS, DUCKS and DRIV LINGS;
A variety of Goods for MEN and BOYS wear;
PLAIDS and STRIPES fi.r servanta ;
French: English and American PRINTS, in
great variety, at 112J eta. Also,
MANTILL ASand BONNETS
For the Ladies, together with a first rate stock of
S IORS, for all classes.
In fact, we have got about ALL the things you
g" We shall at all times bo glad to show our
Goods and respcctfully invite inspection frogn the
truding community. If we don't sell you, it shall
Lot be our fault.
Edgefie'd, S. C., April 14 tf 14
FOR TUB RAPID CURB OF
Colds, Coughs, and
Braixnr.D, Aass., 20th Dec., 1855.
DL J. C. Avs: I do not hesitate to say
the btest remedy I have ever found for
Coughs. Iloarseness, Influenza, and the
cancomitant s:-mpt.msof a Cold, isyour
Cuzaar PcronaLi.. Its constant use in
may practice ar.t my anily for the last
tean years has shown, It to posessu ip.
rior rirtues for the treatment of these,
comptatnts. EllEN KNIGHT, SI. D.
A. B. MORITLEY, EsQ.,Of UIrAa, N. Y., writos: "I lhave
used your IPcforal mnyseif nd in my famuily ever since
you invented it, and believe it the best medicInea for Its
purpose ever put out. With a laul cold I should soonecr
pay twenty-Sve dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
Seafnort~e, M1tss., Fe b. 7,1856..
Baoruca Aria: I will cheerfully certify your ItclaraZ
is the best remedy we possessi for the cure of whooping
cough, croup. andl the ,.hest dilseases of childeren. Wie of
your fraternity in the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your mtedicine to our people.
H[IltA31 CONK LIN, 31. D.
AMOS LEEt, Esq., Montvanr, IA., writes, 3d Jan., 168:
" I had as tedious lufluenza. which confined me In doors
six weeks; tonk manyanedlclues without relief; finally
tried your J'cdarni by le advice or our clergyman. The
rust dioserellevedt tTne'loren'ess in mny throat and luangsa;
es tihan one half the bfntteo made mue completely well.
Your mesticines arp ties cheapest as well as the heat en
can buy, ande we esteemu you, Doctor, and your remedies,
as the poor man's frk nd."
Asthma or Pltthisic, ansd Bronchitis.
Wsu 31ANP4ReSTE, PA., Feb. 4, 11u5.
Sut: Your COgrry, i'clnrat is performing marvellnus
eures In this-sectIon. It has relieved sereral fromu alarm-.
lug symptoms of consumpthon, nind Is now curing a man
who has labored undler an. atfection of the lungs for the
last forty years. IIENRtY L. PAIIKS, hierchant.
A. A. ItAMtSEY, M. D., Atnioe, Mo.'con Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 6,1855: "During, my practice of many years
I have fotud nuothing vrui to your Cherry llcfo-l f.'r
giving ease anil rellk-f to consauuptlve patients, or curing
such us are enrable.''
We might add voluses of evidence, but the meat ron
i-incing proof of thes virtues of this remedy is found In Its
effects upon trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so any and such diangerous'casee as this. Some
tno human aid can reach; but even to those the Crerry
ltteteral affords relief and comfort.
Asvoua focs., New Yoax Crry, March 5, 1856.
DoraArea. Lowzu.: I feel It a duty and a lteasutre
to inform you; what i-nnr Cherry I'eol has done for mty
wife. She had beeni five months laboring under the dan
gerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid we
could procure gave berturh relief. She was steadily fall.
lng. utntil Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come ir
advice. recommended a trial of your medicine. We bless
his kiudness, as we do your skill; for she has recovered
froma that day. She is not yet as strong as she used to
be, butt Is free fromt her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratitude an~d regard,
oILLANDO BIIELDYf, or SnEIr.UTLfta.
Cbnsumnptirez, do not despair till you have tried Anit's
CasEarT l',vc-oa.s. It i made by one of the best medical
chemnists in the world, andi Its cure-s all around us bespeak
the high merits of its virtues. -'/iaeljhia Ardgcr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
1H~iE stiences of Chemistry and Medicine have been
taxed their utmost to produce this beat, moet perfect
purgative which Is known to man. Innumerabie proofo
are shown that these P'ue~ have virtues which surpase in
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they wIn on
precedantedly upon ths esteem of all men. They are safe
and pleasant to take, but po'werful to cure. TheIr pene
trating propertiesstimulate the vital activitieof the body,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify thue blood,
anudexpel disease. Theypurgeout theofoulhunmors which
breed and grow distemuper, stimulate slugglalt or disor
deredorgenslntotheir natural action, and Impart henlihy
tne with strength to the whole system. Not only do
thsy curs the every-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have balled
the beet of human skill. While they produce powerfnl
effects, they are at the same time, in dlminhshedalcees, the
safest and best physic that can ha emuployed for rhildren.
Beling sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, are free fromn any risk of htarmu. Cures
lhave been made which surpass belief were they not sub,
stantiated by men of sch exalted position anud chtaracter
as to forbid the suspielon of untruth. 31any enintent
clergymen and physicians have lent their nanmes to certify
to the public the rellatility of my remedies, whtile others
have sent me the assurance of their conviction that my
Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of mty
ailtected, sunfering fellow-men.
The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis my
American Atmanae,containing directions for their use and
certificates of their cumse, of the following complaints:
Costiveness. Dilious Complaints, Rheumatism, rey,
Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul stomc Nau
sea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Dowels anJ Pain
arising therefrom, llatalency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcer.
ous and Cutaneous Pheases which require an evacuant
medicine, Scrofuta or King's Evil. They also, by purify.
lug the blood and stiula ting the system, cure many
complaints which It would not be stupposed they could
reach, such as Deafneg4 Partial Blindness, Neurala and
Nervous Irritability, Derangemnents of the LUvernd Kid
neys, Gent, and otheriModred complaints arising from a
low state of the body or obstruction of lts.functions.
Do not he put off by unprincIpled dealers with some
other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Avs's
Pius, and take nothuiag else. "No other they can give
you compares with tids in Its Intrinsic value or curative
powers. The aick wibit the best aid thcre is for them,
and they should ha.velt.
- Prepared 1gy Dr. 3. C. AYER,
Practical and Anal$tical chemist,Lowell, Xass.
ftaa 25 Cra. rim Box. Java Boeas roa $1.
B OLD BY.
G. L. PENN and DRIS. A. 0. & T. J. TEAGIUE,
Edlgefield C. H.; A. J4 PELLETIER & CO., Hlam
burg, and by all dealers In medicine. Wholesale by
IIAVILAND, CHICHIESTER & CO., Augusta, Gla.
June 2 . 1y 21
EXECUTORS NOTICE.-AII persons
.UAhaving ebtiims against the Estate of Avory
Bland, deccased, are hereby notified to prese.nt
them, properly attested, immecdiately.
J. S. SMY LY,)
J. A. BL.\ND, Ex'ors.
Jan. 6, tr
NOTICE.All persons indebted to the Es
teofJoh't Kirksey, dee'd., arc hereby
timnely warned to xurike payment forthwith, and
those having claimsa against the Estato arc notified
to render them in, ruoperly attested, at an early
da. E. P. LKIRKSEY, acting Ez'or.
Itat f 61,
D TO PURIFY TIE BLOGD.
I that this is the BEST PREPARATION of
It sells readily and gives great satisfaction. Its
Wp1ople attbeSouth, to'be GOOD, and GOOD
FET GREAT CURES.
than to publish what it is composed of. It con
oholie extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
inthus) -Tincture of May Apple, or Maudrake,
on of Sarsaparilla, should express in their orders
mnd Drs. A. G. & T. J. TE..GUE.
Fine Pianos, Books,
MUSIC, &C., &c,
T IIE Subscriber after returning thanks to their
. friends in EDGEFIELD and adjoining Dis
tricts, for their liberal patronage during the last
ten years, would inform them that they still con
tinue to keep on hand a large assortment of
from the celebrated manufactories of RAVEN BAj
CON & CO., H AZELTON, BROS., and A. U1.
GALE & CO., New York. for whom they are sole
Agents. These Instruments having already won
such far famed celebrity, it is only necessary for us
to repeat that for strength. durability and finish,
together with power, depth, sweetness and soft
ness of tone, they challenge competition. Persons
wauting a superior
would do much better to call and select from a largo
assortment, than by dealing with Pedlars and Agents
of inferior makers, where they have no choice, and
have of'en to pay higher prices for inrerior Instru
ments, than fine ones of superior makers can be
bought for. Every PIANO FORTE sold by us is
warranted in every respect, so the purchaser runs
no risk whatever. Persons ordering from a distance
from us can depend upon getting a GOOD AR
TICLE, as we make it a point to keep goods of the
best quillty and such as we can recommend and
warrant in every resrect.
Their stock of MUSIC is very large and they
are constantly receiving all new pieces as they are
published. GUITAR and VIOLIN STRINGS of
the best quality always on hand.
They would also call attention to their large
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery
.? Blank Books,
nd other article.-ALSO
Always on hand the largest assortment in the State
o6 GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, VIOLIN BOWS, &e,
and every article of Musical Merchandise.
Carhart's and Needham's and Prince's celebrated
ACCORDEONS and VIOLINS repaired in the
All of the above articles sold at low prices for
Cash or City acceptances by
GEO. A. OATES & BROTHER.
Broad Street, Agusta Ga., between U. S., and
April 7 1858 tf 13
THOMAS J. FOGARTY,
DRUGGIST ,& APOTHECARY,
UNDER THlE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia,
WOU LD respectfully call the attention of Plan
TVtersa, Mierchants and Physicians to his fresh
and unadulterated stock of
Ibr'igp, Medicilles alnd Chemicals,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLE3 IN HiS LiNE.
I feel assured that no House in this City or else
where can offer a stock superior in GENUINE
NESS. PURITY, or on more R EASONABLE
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED I
All officinal preparations put up under the au
pecrvisioni of graduates of the-London ad Ublin
Colleges of Pharmacy, andl in strict conformit~y
with thte formularics of the United States Phar
macopoi.-3My stock of
FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SOAPS,
Kisir, Tooth, Paint and Wall Brushes,
& c., & c., & c.,
is at all timesi complete. I would also call atten
tion toi my stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Varnishes,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, BURNING FLUID, &C.,
which I pro-nise to sell it0 per cent LOWER than
any Ihouse in this City.
Any article sol by me, which does not give
satisfaction, the money will be returned and ex
pences peaid in all eases.
Agent for Sherman's Patent Truss, and
the only depot for genuine Sweedish LEECHES
in the City.
i~gSoliciting a visit before purchasing else
where, I feel confident that the inducements of
fered both in lowrness of price and ptunetuality in
atoending to orders, will secure a portion of your
3;Remember my Store is under the Augusta
Ilotel, A nausta, Ga.
TflOMIAS 3. FOGARTY.
A ugusta,_SMarch 30 ly 12
MONT GO 111l11Y' S
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREEN
I IE SUBSOillfER having purchased the
Rlight for this State. now offers to Planters these
justly celebratedl FA NS for cleaning Whentt. This
Fan is superior toi any thing of tthe kind now in use,
as the number oef premtium.<s awarded at different
State Fairs will attest. It is simple in its structue,
easily rigged, works well, and when euut of order,
can be repaiired by any ordinary mechanic. It is
adapted to cleanitng nll kinids uf grain. For further
particulars s-e llantd Bill, which wi:l be furnished
any'one desiring such..
COTTON GINS AND THRASHERS.
Also o 'nstantly on hand a supply of Cotton Gins,
which I warrant to be equal to any nmde. Also, a
lot of Thtrahiers which are so extensively knownt
that I deemi it unnecessary to ea ''gise them here
Thtese Muelhines are all manufactured in this plaice.
by skillful wvorkmaen, and of the very best material,
and warranted to do what is said for thenm. Any
orders for either of the above Mlachines, adidressed
to the subscriber, or left with my Traveling A gents,
will be prompeltly attended to.
Abbeville C. H. , S. C., Mlay 1, 3m 19
Anti Spasmodic Tincture,
TilE BEST M1EDICINE THA T '-AS EVER
BEEN OFFERED TO TIlE PUBLIC FOR
GENERA L FAMILY OR PLAN
It should be kept in every fumily ready for use
in cases of Colic or other violent attacks of dis
For Horses an,.1 Mues.-Tt rearly fatils to cure
even the worst eases of Colic.
It is hightly recommended by those who have
tried it in this District.
110ME TESTIMlONY IN ITS FAVOR.
*E DGEFIEL D, C. HI., June 19, 1858.
Da. DENsis-1)ear Sir:-I have tried your
Atnti-Sp'asmeodie Tincture in diseases of horses, as
Colic, and have recommended it in various cases,
and have not yet known it to fail in eff'eeting a
speedy cure. I have also Aiven it to my servants,
when they have coimplaiined of being unwell, and
have found it to give quick relief, especially in
Colic. It affords nme pleasure to recommend a
medicine so useful in violent attacks of disease and
so valuable for general use in families and on plan
tations. F. M. N ICHOL AS.
07 For sale by Dr. A. G. & T. J. Teague, and
G. L. Penn.
June 23 tf 24
N OTICE-All persona llavinig claims agains
the Estate of James S. Coleman, dee'd., are
hereby notified to render them itn by the 1st March
1859-otherwise their notes or accounts will posi
tiely be debarred. And these inidebted to said
Estate must pay up by the 10th Februatry next, or
they will tuost assuredly be compelled to pay costs.
B3ENNET PERRY, Adm'or.
Juna 9 9 m n5, 22
DIIEAiP FAM1ILY GROCERIES!
TPH Subecriber is now receitving- and opening
aVERY CHOICE STOCK of well selected
ro which lie begs leave to invite the attention of
Planters in want of Choice Supplies. lie may be
rund in the Block of Buildings formerly occupied
by GEORGE ROBINSuN as a Hardware Store.
Sly course will be to adopt the old motto,
"A uimble Pensay is better than a
Slow Shmlillig !" ,
My Stock will consist in part of the following ar
St. Croix SUGAR;
New Orleans, old process, SUGAR;
"4 new " do.
Stuart's A. B. and C. Soft do.
" (A) -Crushed do.
" Powdered do.
" Sugar House SYRUP;
New Orleans do.
Old Government Java COFFEE;
Rio do. superior;
English Dairy and Goshen CHEESE;
Choice Old BRANDY and Holland GIN;
Jamaica and New England RUM;
.John Gibson's XX and XXX;
Rectified and Tennessee WHISKEY;
CONFECTIONA RIES and PICKLES;
MACKEREL, SALMON and SARDINES;
Superfine FLOUR, &a., &c.:
A Fresh supply of ORANGES and APPLES;
Together with many other articles too tedious to
mentipn. THOS. KERNAGHAN.
P. S.-Also a fresh supply of No. 1 and 2
MACKEREL in KiLts, I and j Bbls;
Buckwheat FLOUR. No. 1; *
Fine Spanish SEGARS;
MACCARONI; CITRON; andCRACKERS;
23 BbIs. Fresh Thomatton LIME;
Hamburg, Jan. 19 ly 2
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WORTH of the above Goods,
$t30,000 carefully selected from the best
Manufacturies, and comprising
Every Description in the Trade,
Which will be sold at avery small advance on Cost.
In addition to the above, I have on band,
5,000 Pair Thick Shoes,
Slightly damaged by getting wet, and will be sold
W The Subscriber solicits a call from his South
Carolina friends before purchasing elsewhere.
g TEaMS.-Retail, CASH. Wholesale, time
with approved paper. No second price asked.
Under U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga., Oct 14 tf 40
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !.
C H RI ST I E & H U R LB E R T.
T Il R Subscribers oflr for sale at the olA stand
of R. 1. Sullivan, a C1101CE collection of
Carriages, -Rockaways, Buggies,
And all other articles in their line. 'They htave
made arrangements to keep their llouse supplied
with the BES>T ARTICLES, from the B3ES'I
Fctoirie.- in the United States, which they will
sell LOW FOR CASI, or fur good paper ci
CARRIAGES and lIrUGGIES of every des
eription will be furnished to order on short notice.
A pril 22 tf 15
0 C1j1R1AGE MANUFACTORY.
I'HIE Subscribers return their thanks to tLeir
kind patronis for the liberal support they
have received, and respectfully solicit a contint
ane of that generous patronage.
They state wvithi confIdence now that they arc
WELL PREPARED) to carry on the
Coach making and Repairing Business
In its various brnches. Their work shall be ex
seted in a dunrabh-I, hiandsome, style nnd by work
men skilled in thteir respective trades.
We have and initend always keeping on hantd a
large and fine a.ssortment of
CARAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKA WA YS, &C.
Of the our own mnanufactture-beantiful to behold
and of much value to the lucky purchaser.
We will also keep constantly in our Establish
ment a full Stock of Northern BUGGIES and
CA RRIAGES, of superior manufacture.
ggAll sorts of R EPAIRING done in the best
maner. and with the greatest dispnteh.
LgCall and examine. our Stock. Our prices
have beeni put down to corresp~ond with the hard
times. SMITH & JONES.
Dec 23 tf 50
NEW SPRING GOODS
BO0TS AND SHOBS!
TpH OS. P. LA RUS, A ugusta, Georgia, has
ItIh day received a large lot of SPRING;
GOODS, and will continue to do so throughm the
summer, consisting in part of
Ladis' S~lk F xed CONGR ESS GA ITERS,
d.o do do do
do Glove Kid Congress do
do Cohoredl TIP ' do
do B3lack do do
do Fine PI.inadelphtia Kid and Mlorocco S.IP
Misses' F'ixed Kid.Top K(OSSUTHI BOOTS,
do Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS pod TIES,
Ciildrenas' SHlO S. or every description,
.ens' Calf Opera PUMh P BOOTS,
do Goats Hl E LV.D INVINCIBLES,
do Patent W. S. P UM PS and Oxford TIES,
do Gnts 11. S. do
do Calt' 13 S. do
do Kid Cengress'GAITERS,
do C:n(ir o do
Boys' do do do
IWith a variety too rumerous to mtention. Call
nn look. as I have attentive Gletka wh~o will be
glad to show thet G1ood.i
A ngusta. Geo., A pril 5 tf 13
Octagon Burial Cases
T E Subscriber keeps constantly on hand at his
1Furniture Rooms. opposile the Post Oflice, a
la-rsrt asortment of this new style of METALIC
BURIAL CASES, of beautiful form, and Anished
in perfect resemblance of highly polished ROSE
WOOD. These CASIES arc n~ow extensively used
nd possess many valuable advantages over all
Coflns now before the public. -
[ will also keep redy for delivery at a moment's
warning, a fine Stock of WOOl) COFFINS, of my
own atnufacture, and of all uize~s, prices atnd qjuality.
JOllN M. WITT.
Edgefield, May 13 tf 18
1NO TI CE .
M te~rms ror selling M ETA LIC BURIA L CA
S~is Cash, but should the cash not accompany
he order, interebt will be charged from the day of
elivery. JOHN M. W IT.
N. B.-Wood Coffins will be sold as formerly.
Tan. 20 tf 2
SHIGLES, BOARDS, LATHS, &O.
i~lE Subseriber, living four miles East of Edge.
. feld C. Il., and one mile from Mr. Samuel
Slarsh, respj-etfully informs the public that hte keeps
osatly on hand, and gets to order,
ihinage, Boards, Laths, Hewed
Tiumber, Posts, &c. -
Wh~ich, he sells on reasonable terms. lIe warrants
satisfaction to atl. To every order he will give
pompt attention. Hec solicit. a share of patronage.
May.. o me ' 20
ET ABL ISHM.E.NTo
EDGEFIELD, S. C,
JOHN MW !
having j us 1, re-t
ceived from New York a most COMPLETE and
MAGNIFICENT assortment of
Respectfully announces to his friends and patrons
that he is prepared to exhibit a beautifli. and
well manufactured assortment of CABINET FUR
NITURE. My large assortment consista in part of
a splendid variety of fine and superine
A rich lot-all styles-of Rosewood and Mahogany
Rosewood and Mahogany Libraries,
SE CR ETARIES WITH BOOK CASE S,
A beautiful collection of Rosewood and Mahotany
WASH SINKS OR STANDS,
A good stock of excellent spring bottom
Improved styles of Rosewood and Mahogany
Mahogany and Rosewood Tables,
Consisting of PARLOR, CARD, TEA, EXPAN
SION, QUARTETTE and Ladies WORK TA
Corner Stands and Portable Desks,
A variety of fine
An unusually large assortment of
' OC A.KX'E.Be .
Comprising Solid Mahogany spring bottom Rock
ing Chairs; Spring bottom solid Mahogany Parlor
Chairs; Cane seat Maple Rocking and Parlor
Chairs; a small lot of Prescott Oak Chairs; Chil
dren's, Nurse's and Sewing Chairs, and Children's
CURTAIN BANDS, PICTURE CORD AND TASSEL CRIB
CRADLES, TOWEL RACKS, &C.
All of which will be sold at a very small per
cent above actual cost prices. I am compelled to
continue the CASH SYSTEM, and will.rigidly
adhere to it in future, as I am well convinced that
it is much the best system for all parties.
An examination of my Stock is solicited. Better
bargains are not to be had in Augausta or any
other Southern City.
I continue to make to order any FURNITURE
wanted, and also to repair ill old Furniture 'sent.
Send along your work and it shall be done in a
13 I bespeak a liberal share of'publio.patron
age. J. M. WITT,
Apr 21 tf '5
THE LIVER INVIGAROTOR.
PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD.' -'
IS a great scientific medical discovery and la daily working
cures, aliost too great to believe. t cures as If by mag
ic, even the first dose giving benefit, 11 seldom more than
one bottle Is required to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
front the worst Jaundlee or D)spepsla to a common head
ache, all of which are tim rest* of a diseased Liver.
The Liver Is one of the princlpap regulators of the
human body, and when it performs its functions well
the powers of tihe s.stem are fully developed. The
stonamech is almost entirely d elpendent on 'the healthy
action of the Liver for the r proper performance of Its
functions. When the stom sa is at fault, the bowels
are at fault, and the whole system an to r a In conse
nuence of one organ-the Liver- having eeased to
doltsduty. For te diseas , esof tlat orgau, one of the
proprietors Imas made It his studly; in a practice of
moore than twenty years, __to Anid some remedy s hee
w i th to counteract time annmhy derangemnens t o
which it is liable.
To prove thsat tlms re7' nacdy Is at last found, any
pesntroulemi withm Liv e r Commalu~t I n a n y
f )frms, hais int to lry a M bottle, and convictiomn Is,
caimpounm lha lBeenm formetd by dissolving gums
andl extrumetinag timint part which is solubile for the ac
tive virtmues of time nmedi elne. These gums remnove
all morbird or bad matter immea~ time systent, -aupply- 'y
hng lam thenir platcea heaihav, flow of bile, invigorating
tihe stomach, eaaann fooa to digest well, l,urifying
the hlori, givinmg tote and lhcalth t, time a lhole minschm
nery, removing the causes ~of tIme disease, and etT.'el
lng a radical cure wItbout ay of th~e disagreenmble
after effectP, felt by usIng '. Calutmel or Mineral Pia'
son that Is usually resor ". ted to.
One <dose after enting Is a sufelient to relevo thlae
stomach, anmd prevent time f.,od from rising and sour
on~nly one elose taken before retIring, prevents
nly one dose' taken at nighmt loosens time bowels
genatly, antl enrea enstive'-. nessi. ,
O)ne..!2ye takenm after eacht * meal will enre Dlyspepsla.
trOne dosee of Iwo tean spoonsful will always re
lieve Slek ieadaelhe.
One bottle talien for fe I'% male obstuetlon. removes
thme cause of time dilsease, ..an~t makes aperfect cure.
Only one dlose imniedi ,.%ately relieves Chmolle, 'a hile
OnedLoe, allen repeateal, Is a sure cure fo'r Chl
erat Morbus, amid a pre r-- ventative of (.hlolera.
Ohe close, taken onfetn, will pirev ent tihe recurr'ence
of Ihilious Attacks, while I''it relieves all Imninfhli feel
n~ mly one hotle is needed Il tthrow out of thme
system thme eff'ets of mnedi .~ eine after a long sickness.
O~ne botte tamkeaa for .Juundlice, resno,.v es all g
yellowness o r uznauaaural o color fromm tie akin.
One dlose taken a shmort tine biefore enting "lives vIgor to
time appetite, andl nakes f.aod digest wvell.
Onme dose, onten repeateet, cures Cihronmic Diarrhera in its
worst fornms, while suamnmer an~t bowel cornplaints yield al
moqst to thme first dose.
One or two rinses eures attacks ennmserd by worms, whaile for
wormns tam elileren, thmere is no atrer, afer omr speedlier remn
e~tv in thme worldl. as it ntever fala.
''there is nao exnaggeratian lan thase statecments: they are
plain, sober facts, thi:mt we canm give evidence to Irove, while
mmii who mate It are' givintg their atnanimous testlimnotmy in its
We take infinite plensuire In recommnentling iltis meicine
as a preventtive fomr Fever anal .Agute, Chmill Fever, andl all
Fevers of a .ililints type. It- operates with certainly, and
thomsand'are willinag to testify to its wonderful v'irtuecs.
Among tihe hundredIs of Liver Memedies now otfered to -
the ipubic, thmere are sanie we cnn so highly recommend as
lilt. SANFtD'IIS INVICOOltaTOlt, so generally known
now tltrouighouat time Unaion. This preparatom Is truly a
Liver invigorntor, jerodneinlmg tihe most hmuplay results on alt
who use It. Atiast immanera~lecertileate's have been glv- ,
ean to the great virtume of thmis mmngilline lby those of the. high
esm stanelig in society, mmndi we knmow it to be tIme best prepan
rationa nowv leetir,- time putlelie.-ffwldan C'ooty Denoea
1'IttCE, ONE )LLARI PElt BOTTLE.
SANFORI) & (CO.,
Propraietors,8.45 Broadway. New York.
W/"Fnr sale' at Edgetleld C. H. by 0. L. PENN, Agent.
.June10.15.'-. * 17-yt
STATE OF SOUTHn CAROLINA,
* IN COMMON PLE AS.
T HIOMA S D. C[TA MBERLIN, who is in the
custody of the Sherifi' of Eduefleld Distriet,
by i:rtue of a Writ of C'apias ad Satisfaciendums,
at the suit of James M. C. Free-land, having filed
itnamy Ollice, together with a schedule on oath of
his Estate and efrects, his petition to the Court of'
Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to
the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly,
fmae foar the relief of insolvent debtors. It is or
dered, that thte snmid JTames -M. C. Freeland and all
other ereditors, to whom the said Thomas D. Chain
be.rin, is in anywise inadebted, he, and tbey are
htereby summoned, -and have notice to appear be
fore the said Court at Edgefield Court H1ou-e, on
Monday time fourth day of Oeiobtr nort, to show
eauase, if any they can, whmy the prayer of the peti
tion aforesaid, should not be granted.
TIIOS. G. BACON, ccr
Cierk's Office, June 25, 1858 14t 25
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN COMMON PLE AS.
JW. SMITH, who is in the custody of the
e Sheriff of Edgefield I'istrict, by virtue of a
Writ of Capias ad Satisfaciendum, at the suit of
Abner Bushnell, having fied in my Office, together
with a Schedule on oath orf'hia Estate and effects,
his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying
thant he nmay be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of thec General Assembly, made for the relief of in
solvent debtors : It is ordered, that the said A bner
Bushmnell and mll othier creditora to whom the said
J. W. Smith is in anywise indebted, bo, and they'
are hereby tlummoned, and,. have notice to appear
before Ite said Court at Edgtefield Court House, on
Monday te fourth day of October next, to shmow
cause if any they can, whmy the prayer of the pe
titioner aforesaid, should not be granted..
THlOS. G. BACON, o.c.r.
Clerk's Ofie ue22, 188. 14L 2&
Bricks! Bricks4V /
T jHE Subscriber having.purlaasedl that excel
Llent and-well-ftted" out, Brick Yard, long v
known nas thme Simkins' Yard, has just miade and
thoroughly burnt 100,000 CHOICE BRICKS,
which will be sold oat reasontable terms. A 'con
siderable discount allowed for the Cash.
HI. D. CROOKER.
April 21 1858 tf 15
Positively thne Laist Notice!
&LL4 Persons indebted to me either by Note or,
. Account, are infonrmed that they must either
conmc forward and renew thteir Notes or pay the
mnoney ott or befor.' the 22d July pext, or they will
findl their Notes and Aecounts in the hands of W.
C. Moragne for collection after that date.
A. B. A DDISObT.
June 30 - tf