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If Yon S h?r !d e'er Get Married
If yon should ?'or got married, John,
111 tell you what to do
Go get a little tenement,
Jut big enough for two !
And one spare room for company,
And one spare bed within it
And if you'd begin love's life aright,
You'd butter tina begin it, .
In furniture he moderato, John,
And let the ttuffml chairs wait :
.Ono looking glass will do for botb.
Yourself and loving mate ;
And Br?ssel?, too, and other things,
Which makes a uno appearance,
If you can better alford it, They
Will bettor look a year hence.
Some thiuk they niu.-tha.ve pictures, Ji
Superb and costly, too, ?.
Your wifo will be .a pieture, John,
Let that suffice for you.
Remember how thc wise man said,
A tent and love witbin it,
Is better than a splendid house,
'With bickerings i-f ty minute. .
And oritf j?r? as to' flocking. J oho
Your wife can do that b?st ;
For love, to make-thc biscuits risc,
Is better far than yeast.
No matter if each day you don't
Bring turkey to the table :
'Twill better relish by and by,
Whon you are better able. . .
For all you buy pay money, John,
Money that ev try. day
If you woul? have your life mn smootl
There is no bett?r way.
A note to pay is an ugly thing
(If thing you choose to call it.)
When it hangs o'er a min who has
No uy?ney in his wallet.
And now when you are married, John,
J)on't try to ape the rich ; ~
It took many a toilsome year,
To gain their envied niche ;
And if you'd g lin tho summit, John,
. Look woll iq your beginning,
And then will all you wiri repay .
The care and'util of winning.
-? ? -
The Lost Bracelet*
"Just one penny; if you please, ma'
It was the day before Christmas
late in thc afternoon, a beautiful
richly dressed lady was walking up Bi
way with her arms laden with browi
per parcels. Hundreds of people
hurrying along, .jostling each othi
they passed up and down the cro\
thoroughfare ; but her bright, happy
was Jiko a ray of sunlight in the ga
ing darkness pf the winter afternoon,
the owner of th? clattering shoos thal
.been following her some distance?
courage from its modest plea for '
it was a low, pleading voice, scar
audible in the noise and bustle aro
yet the lady heard it, for she turned
looked an instant at the little -crea
before her. Her scanty garment w
poor protection from the frosty air,
b?r hands and pale face looked .bl tie
pinched with the cold; her miser
hood had fallen on her shoulders, ai
pair of eloquent eyes looked up into
iady:s face, while, with her little stui
broom, she swept the crossing.
. " Never mind," said she to herself,
can walk home-this poor little tl
needs this more than I do ;" and she d
ped into the open palm before her the
ly sixpence left. " There, child, a mc
Christmas to yon," she said, \\\j>.
sympathizing voice, which made the t
come into the dark eyes of the little j
as she tried to thank her.
It was along walk that the lady had
fore her, and the omnibuses rattled al
with a provoking empty seat or two ins
but her heart was light and happy -v
the little sacrifice which she had mi
and just as the jets of gas began to b
\out of the windows, she reached
borne. She Lad been married on]
short time, and as sho looked around
pretty room which her husband had
nished lor her in their boarding-hoi
she felt more than ever grateful that (
had given her such a happy home. !
had not removed her hat and cloak, wi
she heard her husband's step in the h
and with a smile and a kiss, she met r
at the door.
" Why, Kate, how tired you iool
have you done a great deal of walk
Kate blushed and smiled, but dec
tion was not a part of her nature, ;
she replied : " Yes, Henry. I waiked
the way home."
" You shouldn't have done that," s
he, a little reproachfully, and then
laughed as he continued : " Did you spe
a. your money, so that you could
aubrd a sixpence to ride home v/ith?"
"Well, 1 suppose I mu^c tell," sj
Kate, with another blush. " 1 did ha
just one sixpence loft, and was going
ride up, when such a po*>r little girl
"Y'es, that's it, I know what's corni
Why, Kate, you- make the very misch
amoug the poor people and my penni
-they are the most ungrateful set in t
M But," said Kate, earnestly, she w
snoh a delicate, half clothed, and, I s
afraid, half-starved little street sweep
t? Street-sweeper," and her btisbai
held up his hands in mock horror ; " wh
Kate, they pick up handfulls of mont
ifjpa day, and did you walk home^jji
give one a whole sixpence. Oh, oh, wi
wouldn't your innocent little heart c
Kate bore this quizzing very well, ar
was about to reply, when, on passing hi
hand up her arra, she exclaimed sudden!)
410, Henry, my bracelet is gone
yourgifc, last Christmas-what shall
do? where can 1 have lost it?"
"That ??too bad," said he thoughtfully
but the next moment he continued, shru^
ging up his shoulders mischievously
"May be some hon'est person has picke
it up." Seeing the tears come into hi
wife's eyes at this speech, he put his arr
around her and kissed her, with, " Neve
mind, though, I can replace it some time.
Ber husband, who really loved his lil
tie wife tenderly, took her hand and pu
somethingin.it, closing her slender finger
tightly over it, saying " Don't distres
yourself any more about bracelets ant
. street sweepers ; here's your Christmas
gift, and the next time you go down town
get a pretty set of furs with it." Kate's
hand closed over a hundred dollar bil).
The day after Christmas she was again
in Broadway, and as she was passing by
the identical spot where she had given
away her sixpense, she felt her dress pull
ed gently, and turning round she encoun
tered the same little half clad girl. -
" I'm so glad to s?e you've come,
ma'am," said the child ; you dropped this
the-otber day and I've been-saving it for
you ever since ; and pulling something
out of her bosom, she put it into the lady's
hand. Hastily unrolling the bit of news
paper, Kate Alair itoW her bracelet.. What
a triumph for Beraalf and for Henry.
** Thank yon, m^eW?f -nhe exclaimed,
laking ibo little' b?rV?Tiii Mets.'
**1 tried to fad you ddt fiat day^ijd
the little c&Jd, "bru yon treat nat of]
sight so soon that I couldn't." And with
a bright face, she. continued, ' I, want to
thank you,'and my mother wants.to thank
you too, I didn't gei, a pemy all that
day until I saw you, and tht t sixpence
bought the "medicine which :s going to
make her well."
Kate's eyes glistened as'she heard this,
and thought of the temptation to ride
home that God had helped hsr to resist.
"Take me with you to your mother,"
she said, still holding the girl's hand
"such honesty and thankfulness shall not
It was a pretty long walk away over
near the North* River, but she finally
reached thc tenement house, in the base
ment of which the" little girl lived. A
pale, sickly woman was lying on a bed in
a single room which that, occupied, but
she looked up eagerly, as she heard her
child's"" voice say, " Here, mother, the
beautiful lady is come herself" Kate
sat down by the bedside, arid lent her ear
tp a tale of want and privation cf which
.she bad never dreamed, ?md leaving what
little pocket money she had with her, she
promised .to come aud see her again ; then
she started fur her husband's office. Mr.
Alair was poring over his account books
when Kate rushed in with her bright eyes
and glowing' cheeks, and holding up the
bracelet before his eyes, sba exclaimed :
"See there, Henry, that's what came of
my giving sixpence to the street-sweeper."
tier husband looked np, glad:and sur
prised, first at seeing her, and then be
cause the bracelet was found, and he lis
tened while she told him of the.interview
with the child and her mother. " And
now. Henry, I am go'mg to ask you if I
msy do one thing-I really do not need
so nice a set of furs as you have given
me the money fop, and I want to
take some' of it and buy fuel and lights
and provisions for those poor people ; they
had neither coal nor candle?, and nothing
but a little cold cabbage fortheir dinner."
Henry shook his head, but it was not
a very negative shake. ;< Nobody cati
resist you Kate," said he smiling, "and
you m ty do as you please with 'your
money.'' Kate thanked him with her
moistened eyes more than vit h her voice,
and as the"door closed after her, Henry
said to himself, " There goes an angel ;
and if ever that text,' " Tie that giveth to
the poor shall not lack," vas meant for
anybody, it was for her."
The little girl's mother did not get well
again, but before she died, Kate told her
about .Jesus and won her to love and
trust Him, sr >ihing her last, moments
with comforting, cheering \vord-\ Even
little June she taught to say with faith,
" When my father and mother forsake
mc, then the Lord will taku me up."
By-and-by Mr. and Mrs. Alair went to
house keeping, and they tc ok little Jane,
now an orphan, to live with them ; and
if there was one grace mpi c than another
that Kate prayed the chile might have,
it was that .of charity : for Jane's grow
ing beauty of character, ard her constant
gratitude, proved a con'tinial reminder tc
her generous benefactress of that sweet
.esson of our Savior's-" I; is more bless
ed to give than to receive."
A Race With a Bull.
Some forty years ago t:ie managers o:
a race-course near Brownsville, on thc
Mononphela, published a r otice of a race
orre mile heats, on a particular day, for a
purse of ?100, " Frpe f ir anything wit!
i four legs and hair otv." A man in th?
neighborhood named Hayes, had a bul
that he .was in the habit of riding io mil
, with his bag of corn, and he was deter
r mined to enter him for the race.
He said nothing about, it to any one
i but. he rode him around the track a num
ber of times, on several moonlight nights
i umil the bull had the hang of the ground
. pretty well, and. would keep the righi
; course. He rode with spurs, which tht
. bull considered disagreeable ; so much sc
. that he always bellowed \rhen they wert
applied to his flanks.
On the morning of thc race, Haye?
. came upon the ground on horseback-or
his bull. Instead of a saddle, he had i
dried ox-hide ; the head part of which,
with the horns still on, he had placed or
the bull's rump. He carried *a short tir
. horn in his hand. He rode to the judge's
stand, and offered to enter his bull for the
race ; but the owners of the horses thal
were entered objected.
Hayes appealed to the terms of the no
; tice, insisting that his bull had " four legs
and hair on" and that he had a right tc
; enter him. After a good ded of swear
i ing, the judges declared themselves com
; peiled to decide that the bull had thc
: right to run, and was entered accordingly,
When the time for starting arrived, thc
bull and horses took their places. Thc
horse-racers were out of humor at being
bothered with a bull, and at the burlesque
which they supposed was intended, but
thought it would be over as soon as the
f horses started.
When the signal was *given they did
i start. Hayes gave a blast of his horn
and sank his spurs into the sides of the
! bull; which bounded off with a terrible
bawl/at no trifling speed, the dried ox
hide flapping up and down and rattling at
every jump, making a combination ol
sounds that had never been heard on a
race-course-before. The horses all flew
from the track, one seeming to be seized
with a sudden determination to take the
shortest cut to get out cf the Redstone
country and not one of them could be
brought back in time to save their dis
tance. The purse was given to Hayes.
A general row ensued, but the fun of
thc thing put the crowd on thc side of the
bull. Thc horsemen coni.ended that they
were swindled out of their purse, and
had it not been for Hayes's horn and ox
hide, which he ought not to have been
permitted to bring on the ground, the
thing would not have turned out as it
did. Upon this Hayes told them his ball
could beat their horses anyhow, and if
they would put np a hundred dollars
against the purse he had won he would
take off the oxhide and leave the tin horn,
and run a fair race with tiem.
His offer was accepted and thc money
staked, they again took their, places at
the starting-post, and the signal was given.
Hayes gave the bull another -touch with
the spurend the bull gave a tremendous
The horses, remembering the dreadful
sound, thought all the rest was coming ns
before. Away they w^nt again in spite
of the exertions of their riders, while
Hayes galloped his bull around the track
and won the money.
I A SPONGE BATH.-Kendall, of the New
Orleans Picayune, relates thc following
dialogue which he witnessed recently at
Baden-Baden, in Germany: "At thia
juncture we were joined by an English
party, when the subject matter brought
under discussion was bathing. " I take a
cold shower bath every morning, 'when at
home,'said John Bull. "So do I," re
torted brother4- Jonathan. "Winter
and anmraer; continued th* Englishman.
Mr cijatfib'.?ttctJy," responded * the
Katee. "Ia jMcr wea tl ter and fritter
cold r/ inquired Johr. Bull. " Right chil
ly," continued Jonathan. " How cold T'
inquired John. " So cold that'the water
all freezes as it pours down my back, and
rattles upon the floor in the shape of hail !"
responded the Yankee with the same cun
nir.g'twinkle of the eyes. " Were you
in thenext room to .me, in America," he
continued, "and could hear me as I am
taking my shower bath of a morning, you
would think I was pouring dry beans
upon my back." The Englishman shrug
ged his shoulders as with a chill, and
A DELIGHTFUL LEUEND.-There is. a
channing tradition connected with the
site on which th? temple of Solomon was
erected, lt is said to have buen occupied
in common'by two brothers,-ono of whom
had a family-the other had none.
C?n this spofwas sown a field of wheat.
On the evening succeeding the harve?t,
the wheat being gathered into separate
shocks, the elder brother said to h*is wife,
" My younger brother is utiuble to bear
tho burden and heat of the day; I will
arise, take of my shocks and place thom
with Iiis without his knowledge." Thc
younger brother being actuated by tho
same benevolent motives, said within
himself, "My elder brother has a family,
I h ive none ; 1 will contribute to their
support; 1 will arise, take'my shocks
and place them with bis, without his
knowledge." Judge of their mutual as
tonishment when on the following morn
ing, they found their respective shacks
undiminished. This course of events
transpired for several nights, when each
resolved in his ow i mind to stand guard
and solve the mystery. They did so;
when on the following morning, they met
each other half wr.y between their respec
tive shocks, with their arms full. Upon
ground hallowed by such association as
this was the Temple of Solomon erected
-so spacious and magnificent, the won
der and admiration of the world! Alas!
in the e days, ho v many would sooner
steal their "brother's whole shock, than to
add a single sheaf.
Get the Best !
FHONIX AND GLEANER,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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desire, and will be the object of thc Proprietor
to mnke this equal to, if not tho best, FAMILY
NEWSPAPER in the South. In fact, as iti
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Beides tho collection cf tho cream of the new:
of tho week, Political, Financial and the Mar
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containing FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is print
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'JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Columbia, S. C., July 2 27
A. Simon, Agent,
HAS NOW IN STORE, and is constantly re
reiving, at bis now stand on the Martii
Town Road, near Garrison Holloway's, Esq.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF CHOICE
BOOTS AND SHOES
Anil Ever)' Kind cf Elegant und Fnsliionnbli
For Spring ?5 Summer
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THI
BE Sa? DRUGS.
All of which will be sold at GREATLY RE
Dl.'CED PR?CES ; and to which he respectful!;
orites thu attention of thc public.
May 8 tf 19
B. SMITH & CO,
JUST opened at MOI'NT VINTAGE, (the lati
residence of Mr. F. O'Coxxon,) a varied as
Dry Goods & Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
AND ALL THE USUAL ARTICLES KEPI
IN COUNTRY STORES.
^S&-Goods not on our shelves will be procur?e
at short notice.
TERMS REASONABLE, and a fair share o:
Mt. Vintage, Deo ll 6m50
ALL persons having claims against the Estate
of Dr. J. F. ADAMS, dee'd., are notified to
presentthe fame, duly attested, without delay.
Those indebted to said Estate are requested to
pay up at an early date.
All persons indebted to ns individually are also
..cquested to ?etfle the same nt once.
S.W.NICHOLSON, ) ...
J. T. ADAMS, J AU ors.
May 23 tf 21
ALL pcr?ons indebted to the Estate of FELIX
E. BODIE, dee'd, are required to make
payment forthwith, or they wilt be &ued at the
next Court; and those having demands against
said Estate are required to present them properly
attestod by tho 27th January 1807, or they will
be debarred of all interest in the Estate.
ARIEL ABLE, ) , . ,
L. R. BODIE, I Adm ors.
May 28 I860. 8m? 22
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mrs.
MARGARET LANHAM, dee'd., are noticed
that their Noten have been placed in the hands of
W.-W. Adam?, Esq., for collection. Call on him
Juno 27 lOt* 26
THE NOTES and ACCOUNTS of SAMUEL
STEVENS, of A. J. ROl'NTREE and W.
D. ROUNTREE are in my hands for collection.
These gentlemen have removed from theS'nte;
they do not desire to suo anybody, but are com
pelled to have money, and earnestly request all
I persons who are in anywise indob'<"' tc ll.om to
como forward and settle their Notes and Accounts
at once. W. W. ADAMS,
Attorney in fact
Jone 12 6t ; .24
ALL Persons haring demands against the Es
tat? .of SHIRLEY B. WHATLEY, dee'd.,
ara requested to present them forthwith in the
undersigned ; ind ?hose indebted to laid Estate
are requested to maka payment ta tb? under*
?igned. ff. W. ADAMS, Ex'or.
TnE. Subscriber is now receiving, and will
continue to receive during the Season, a LARGE
and CHOICE, ASS* 1TMENT of WARRENT
ED FRESH &nd GENUINE
Imported and American Tnrn?p
Consisting in part
FOR JULY SOWING :
Largo Purple Top Yellow RUTA BAGA ;
Sk irvin g's Improved SWEDE.
FOR SUMMER SOWING:
Largo Yellow GLOBE;
Large White GLOBE;
"Waites' ECLIPSE ;
Large White NORFOLK ;
Robinson's Golden BALL;
Strap Leavod-RED TOP;
White FLAT DUTCH.
FOR SEPTEMBER SOWING :
Large" YELLOW-ABERDEEN,-very fine.
These Turnips in good soil will grow to woigb
from 1 to 20 pounds.
Als?, MANGLE W?RTZEL BEET, both Red
and Yellow, grows to an enormus size, and is fine
for feeding Stock in Winter.
All of which can be bad at tho AUGUSTA
GA. SEED STORE, No. ??? Washington Stroot,
one door from South side of Broad. Notice for
Sign over the door.
Augusta, May 22 Ot 21
GOOD.NEWS FROM BRAZIL,
beg leave to inform our old patrons of
Edgefield and the surrounding Districts that we
have located at
140 Broad Street,
Where we will take pleasure in offering them
GREATER INDUCEMENTS than ever. ii
Wc have on hand and aro constantly receiving
a splendid assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HOSIERY, F?RNISIHNG GOODS,
.Aa, Aa, kc.
Having lived many years in Hamburg, tho
former principal market of Western South Caro
lina, we have selected the abovo Goods with a
view of .meeting the wants of our old customers.
_^5S?~Country Merchants and planters will do
well to give us a call.
ISTRemember, 140 Broad Street, Au
LEVY & ASHER.
A. LEVY, formerly of Hamburg, P. C.
A. ASHER, formerly of the Edgefield Rangers. -
Apr 24 Cm 17
THE fashionable public, and those who desire
good- fitting CLOTHING, manufactured of
the finest Saxony Wool or Linen, unmixed with
where the greatest durability and finish are com
bined, will find it to their interest to examine onr
stock. We are offering
AT THE PRESENT
time greater bargains than can bo obtained in
any other Fashionable Clothing Establishment.
Give us a rall and you will find our
are extremely low. Economists who wish the
advantage of buying Spring Clothing at
ratos, will find it to their interest to give us neall.
To our old patrons, wo woald respectfully soy
has been marked down to correspond with the
present scarcity of cash, a?:d cannot be surpassed
for cheapness. Our stock is varied, and has been
selected with great care. We keep a full stock of
extra size Garments, to meet tho doma mis of those
who cannot get fitted at any other establishment.
Call and examine for yourselves, ut
I. SIMON & CO'S.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT,
?224 Broad Street,
Mar 21 tf 12
Grocer and Commission
299 Broad Street,
HAS-NOW IN STORE A LARGE STOCK OF
SUGAR, COFFEE, CHEESE,
FLOUR, RICE, BUTTER,
TOBACCO, RAISINS, SARDINES,
YARNS, &c., Ste.
WINES & LIQUORS
In Barrels and Boxes.
Fifty Mids. Choice Bacon?
Together with a full assortment of every article
to be had in Wholosalo and Retail Grocery estab
Augusta, Nov 20 6m 47
Gr. H. MEYER,
RTo. 144 Broad Street,
LIft?OHS OF ALL KINOS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
And will soil at the LOWEST PRICES at Retail
Mr. JOnN B0HLER, formerly of Hamburg,
may at all tunes be fonnd in my Store, and will
bo pleased to see bis old Edgefield friends and
G. H. MEYER,
144 Ttroad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Feb 5 3m 0
30,000 LBS. CHOICE BACON SIDES
and SHOULDER8, in Storo and arriving.
LEW & JACOBS.
Augusta, June ll 2t24
BUSHELS WHITE FLINT CORN,
For ule bj
?Mn & JACOBS?
Acxast*, J?B? ti jg*
INTe w York !
iVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW
YORK A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
FANC? ARTICLES, '
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
Thc Very Lowest Living Prices!
^^Physicians' bills filled at Augusta prices.
Call and try us.
TEAGUE & CAR WILE.
Apr 23 lt * ' 17
Spring and Summer
Gr O O D S !
THE Subscriber is now receiving his Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS direct
from Charleston, consisting of
G IN GUA ALS,
BROWN AND" LANTER'S LINEN,
SHEETINGS^ . .;,
BED T?CK, &c.
Ladies, Misses and Men's HATS AND
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths, Plumes.
Gloves, Veils, Kosiery,
LADIES, MISSES, MEN AND CHILDRENS
ROOT'S AND SHOES,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, GIRTHS, SURCIN
With many other argeles too tedious to mention,
which will be sold at the lowest market prico for
CASH ONLY. ' .
B. C. BRYAN, Agent.
Mar 21 tf 12
THIS WRINGER has again taken the FIRST
PREMIUM in the Great Fair of the Ameri
can Institute-it bas also taken the FIRST PRE
MIUM at the State Fairs of New York, Vermont,
Pcnnpylvafrin, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois,
Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut Uiver
Valley Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, and at most
of the County and Institute Fairs throughout the
Over 200,000 have boon sold and aro now in
uso in the United States, and ive never heard of
ono that tone not liked.
Tho UNIVERSAL is superior to all oth?r
Wriugers, in having large rolls cf solid ludia
Rubber,'So protected by strong COGWHEELS that
they cannot slip or break loose from the shaft. Its,
strong wood (rame cannot bo broken, and does
not rust or soil the clothes'. Every Universal
Wringer is WARRANTED.
We select a few testimonials from persons
widely known to tho public, who speak from ac
tual experience, and are above suspicion of mis
" My family weuld as soon give up tho cooking
stove as tho CLOTHES WRINGER. It cannot he teo
highly recommended.-[Solin Robinson.
" This is thc first Wringer I have found that
would stand the service required of it."-[J. P.
Huggins, Lovejoy's Hotel.
" We think the Machine-.uren MORE TII AS PAYS
FOR ITSELF EVERY Vi?AR IN THK SAVING OF GAR
MENTS. Wo think it important the wringershould
he fitted with COOS."-[Orange Judd, Editor of
"I heartily eoittinetid it to economists of timo,
money and contentment."-[The Rev. Dr. Bel
Large Wringer, ?A? 812,00
Medium " "flt" 10,00
Doty's Washer, Fnmily Si2c, 14,00
** ? -Hotel M 18,00
Merchants or good canvassers can make money
rapidly selling them in evory town. Exclusive
sale Guaranteed and liber"! terms given to res
ponsible parties who iirst apply. Descriptivo Cir
cular and terms sent free.
The celebrated DOTTY'S CLOTHES WASHER,
which bas just taken the first premium at the
great Fair of tho American Institute, is also sold
by thc undersigned.
K. C. BROWNING,
No. 317, Broadway, New Yorji.
Fob 21 10m 8
ALL Persons indebtod to tho lato Law Firm of
MORAGNE A ADDISON, are hereby no
tified to come fot ward and settlo their indebted
ness, or make other satisfactory arrangements,
forthwith. n. W. ADDISON,
May 23 . 3m 21
PALDING'S PREPARED GLUE ;
LEONERD'S LIQUID GLUE,
For repairing broken furniture.
TEAGUE A CAR WILE.
May 23_tf _21
State of South Carolina,
John M. Norri*, Adm'or., VC?U in Crodi.
Charles Nerris, et al. J to"' Ac'
BY virtue of an Order cf tho Court in this
causo, all and fingular the Creditors of
WILLIAM H. NORRIS, dee'd.. are required
to present^ and provo their rospectivo demands
before thoCommissioner of thin Court, on or be
fore the i Oth of October next, or in default there
of they be barred from all interest in tho Decree
to be pronounced herein.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E D.
Juno 20, 1866._Ot 25
State of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, '. '
INEQUITY. \ .
H. E. Tonjy et al, Adm'or., j Bm> ^ ^
J. B. Courtney et ux, et al. J in Credit?"> *c
Y virtue of an Order in this cause, all and
_ singular the Creditors of. WILLIAM T0
NEY, dee'd., ore required to present 'and prove
their demands before til* Commissioner of this
Court, on or bofore the 1st diy of September
next, or in default thereof, they be barred from
all interest in the Decree to be pronounced here
in.' Z. W. CARWILE. c.E.E.n.
Juno 20, 1866. Ht 25
Notice! Notice! Notice!
THE Administratrix of tho Estato of BEN
NETT PERRY, Esq., decoded, (Mrs. M: C.
Pamir,) having appointod me her Attorney to
settlo with all those indebted to tho above Estate,
I hereby notify all concerned that they can find
their Notes and Accounts at Ncwborry, 8. C.,
whore I will be glad to arrange with all parties
on the most advantageous terms that cun bo ul
lowciconsistont with th > circumstances nf the
Estate. I will hold these-papers at this place
until about the first day of September next. At
that tune they will be placed in the hands of
Lawyers in the different District? whore the par
ties reside f;o bo sued on. All those who have
demands against the Estate will please hand them
to me soon.
H. H. BLEASE, Attorney.
Newberry, June 15, 1860. 4t 26
To Farmers and Planters
IAU In tile market for tho pt.rchwc of CDT,
TON and PRODUCE,
a 1 & E. BQWEStE.
Lnti-Freezing, Djonble-ActiEg^ For
cing and Lifting.
FHESE PUMPS have now been in general
nee, a number of years, and give better aat
fifaction than-aay other, and are recorimendedaa
THE BEST !
By CAPTAIS EEICSSON, and other eminent engi*
leera. We can refer to thousands visin;; them, and
guarantee that all will recommend them. They
tro more simple in construction, and 1 fork easier,
md cost lesa than all others.
" Oar readers will find the double aclir.g, improved
Pomp of J. D. Weat <fc Co., one bf the bett in market
[t is very simple, works to a charm, so fiat any child
may rue lt ; throws, a steady," continuons stream, and
docs not tTeezc in tho coldest exposare, anl is unusually
sheep. We eay this knowingly, aad give ?he testimony
of our own accord, without tho knowledge or request ol
the proprietors."-JV". Y.Et*ning Post, Ju!g Ut, 1S63.
J. D. WEST <t (' - ?Vc arc pleased to state that thc
Pumps we hod r ,u, about a year ago, have been ir
constant ase, V .toura cain day,, and raise Cor the uso o
our woolen?" .?ry, abou? one .hundred ard ilfty-galloni
per nilnutc. They work with bot little power, compar?e
with pumps wo have used before, and do not get out o
rcnair, and aro satisfactory in all respects.
1 DUNLAP MANUFACTl RINO CO."
SOLOS ROBINSON TO TUE FAEXEB'-S CLUB, JAN. 23 :
'. Jio Fanner who owns a well or cistern caupouslblj
afford to be without au iron pump. It should bo at ono
a suction and force pump-a period lillie cuglne-^sucl
a ono knevrnus' West's Improved Pumji.' 1 spcato
thU pump, because I happeu to know lt tn be very dm
pie, durable, poweri?l and cheap, and il loot freeze uj
h?r get out of order once a year. I know this and thin!
1 may bo doing the farmers (rood by speaking of iL J
boy ten years ?ld can work it, and throw a cont ?nv ou
inch-and-a-qunrter stream. It eau be made to worl? ii
deep wells ai well as iu shallow ohrs."
C?BAT NECK, L. I.. 1861. '
" I have used this Pump for one aummar and wintei
exposed to the northwest ?Ind, coming over Long Islau
Sound,being the coldest possible expo;are, and at c
time did it frceae, nor were wc unable at any time t
pump ?arter with great case.
1 If. JJ. MclLVIAN."
"Thc undersigned having used W irtV Improve
Pumpa, cheerfully recommend them as (Imple, Jurabi
and powerful in raising and throwing water, and ft
their ease of action, security against frost, and low pria
wc believe them superior to all other*.
WAEBEN LELAND, Me!. ITuteJ. N. Y,
J. W. POMEROY, Yonkers, N. Y.
J?IfN MESSERAU, N. Y. .
DOMINICK LA.WREN.Cii, Winchester,
From the Kew York Obeeher.
"Wo hove had in ase for months pas!, one of Weal
pomps, which lias-given us more ^satistaction as u fon
and lifting pump thau airy we have evci used, lt is ot
of great power, and well adapted for ship's de.ct.vnunc
factories, greenhouses, graperies, cte Thp Minia
Chronic!* mut linilicay Journul says : It ls recommei
ded for its extrem' simplicity of .construction, gre
strougth and consequent durability Und cheapness ol r
pair. There 1? no sluttlug box-lhe'pres jure being he
by a cup;pack'mg like upon the working-pliton, workii
lu a cylinder, titted for the purpose within tho upper u
chum ber-which wc think a great move men!, as stufflr
is so liable lo be deranged and leak undo.- strung pressa
to Say nothing of lue ^s^y frictlou incident thereto,
lias also two uirchauibera-thus tho ac lou of the val'
is cushioned upon both sides by air-pveveutiug wat?
hammer and vacuum-thump. The valves are verj a
cessible, and simply and cheaply repaired. They woi
easier than any puuip we have ever see.i : the 4 inch c
Under being worked by children in W'Tls one hun Jr?
feet deep, and as they are extremely cheap, as welt :
simple and strong, we freely recommend them." ^
" CAMBRIDGE MISE, N. C., Jane 25,16C3.
J. D. WIST SI Co.-Gents? The Pump which I orden
for our mine is received,and put to wort: in Oar ander!
?haft, which we aro..s'mking, We find that one man wi
with ease, lilt tiffy gall?os per minute. We lifted in tfar
and a hali hoars all Ute water in tho s.'rafl, which tnt
sures even twelve feet and thirty feet deep, aud it w
full when wc commenced. It answers our v-xpectntio
lu every' respect, lt will db great ten-ire willi buttrillii
expense for repair J. Yours, rcspectfidly.
' BURR HIGGINS."
"This may certify that I have beon tising at my ma
ufacture for the last four years. West's Improved Pun
I now have in usc, three of said pump:., one of which
kept constantly at work 21 hours of t ach day, (exec
Sunday*,! ind hat been running for the past two yea
I pronounce them uulicsltuutly. Hie bes' pumps that hi)
been brought to my notice, having ose?! many otb<
previously. -They arc simple in their ionstruetlon, a
uot easily dl&a/niD^od.
New York, Oct 12, ISM. JJS. A. WEBB.'
We have plenty more such certificates, hut thii
these aro enough. For Pumpa, Hose, Pipe, &
.fcc., address or cull upon
J. D. WEST & CO.,
40 COURTLAND S7\", NEW YOE
tS^Orden; may be sent through tho .Alf ERIC
AnvKHT.'srxc AGENCY, 389 Broadway, New Yoi
May 7 lm 10
STEEL PEN WORKS
Factory, CAMDEN, N. J.
R, ESTERBROOK & CO.
403 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
42 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK
THESE CELEBRATED PENS aro of Oci
.?ne American Manufacture, and rompr
every leading style in tho Market, and are erji
in finirfh, elasticity and fineness of point to l
host imported. They are, therefore, sure to gi
the confidence of tho American public.
Samples and price? on application."
Lots made to order, of any pattern or stamp
For Sale to tho Trade at tho Manufacture
Warehouses, as nbovo: and at retail by all S
tioners, Booksellers and News Dealers in t
R. ESTERBRC OK & JO,
Mar 13 6:n ll
State of South Carolina,
' IN CO JIU ON PLEAS.
W. H. Timmerman ]
rt. > Foreign Attachment.
Mathew M. Mays, J
THE Plaintiff is the above st ited case bari
thia day filed his Declaration in my office a
thc defendant having neither v ife nor Attorn
known to reside within the limits of this State
whom copies of said Declaration with rules
plead can be served; On motion of J; L. Addis
Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered tba ; said Dcfcndt
appear and plead to said Declaration withii
year and a day from tho date he reof or Goal o
absolute Judgment will be given against bim.
S. HARRISON, c.CE.i)
State of South Carolin?
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, .
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Eliza Lanham ")
ra > Foreign Attachtntnt,
.t Joel Curry, J
THE Plaintiff in the above st Hod case bavi
thia day filed his Declaration. in my oi
and'the Defen darbt "having- neither wife nor Atti
ney known to reside within t ie limits of tl
State on whom copies of aaid /Declaration wi
rules to plead can bo served ; On motion of J.
Addison, Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered that si
Defendant appear and plead to said Declarad
within a year and? day from thu date hereof
final and absoluto Judgment will be given a jail
him. , S. HARRISON, c.c.E.n,
April 12, 1836. ly li
State of South" Carolin]
IN COMMOM PLEAS.
William Weeks "J
e* [ Foreign Attachment.
Joel Corry, J
LfJpHE Plaintiff in thc abovo slated 'case ha vi
| JL -this day filed his Declaration in my-offii
and tho Defendant having neith sr wife nor AtU
ney known to roeido within the limits of thia Stn
on whom coplea of Said Declaration with rules
! plead can be aerved ; On motion of J. L. Addiao
I Plaintiff's Attorney, ordered that said Defenda
appear and plead to aaid Declaration within
year and a day from the date h-sreof or final ai
absoluto Judgment will be give.i againat him.
S. HARRISON, c.c.?.o.
April 12 . ly . 18
State of South Carolin!
IN OR DINA ST.
Nancy Adaun and others, Appl'iants") "Petit'nf
vs ! Par. ai
Thomas J. Vaughn and wife Carolina I Sale o
and otho'*, Defendants. J Land, A
T appoorlng to my satisfaction that Eliiahol
_ wife of John McDonna, and Caroline, wife
Thomas J. Vaughn, Dofendanta in the aboi
atated coae. reside boyond-lhe Umita of this Stet
It is therefore Orderou* that the-/ do appear au
object to the division or salo of'the Real Eara
of Abner AdftUis, deceased, on or. before the 25l
day of Jun? next, oj their conaotit will ho entert
of r'coord. . ' ' W. F. DTJRI30E, o.e.n.
Ordinary's Office, Mar 30, 186(1. ' 12114
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JOH]
QUATTLEBAUM, dee'd., vrlll pleaeo mak
immediate payment, and all persona having d<
manda kjrainat the asid Batato are reqirested t
pre??nt them, duly atteitoi, to tte undersigned J
th? late residence of the doceaiod, on orWh
lhe Suth foy nf Jauaary 1807, i s then will fr.
flea! .ettlement of the ??tato on that day
GB?Vf St?EN & CC
*? I '
THE attention of the Publie and the trade is
invited to our NEW SOALB 7 OCTAVE ROSE
WOOD PIANO FOBTES,rrhichibr ro?ame and
purity of tone are unrivalled, by any hitherto of
fered in this market They contain oil the mod
ern improvements, French Grand Action, Harp
Pedal, Iron Frame, Over-Strung Bast, Ac, and
each instrument being made under tho personal
supervision of Mr. J. H. GBOVESTEEB, who has
ha"d a practical experience of over 85 years ia
their manufacture, is fully warranted in every
The " Grovesteen Piano Fortes"
received the award x>f merit
over all others at the celebra
ted World's Fair. *
Wbcro were exhibited'instruments from tho best
utakors of London, Paris, Germany, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and also
it tho American- Institute for five successive
years, the gold and silver medals from both of
which can be seen at our -ware-room.
By tho introduction of improvements we make
t still moro 'perljct Piano. Forte, and by manu
facturing largely, with a strictly cash system,
vre enabled to oder tbeso instruments at a price
?vbich -will preclude all competition.
PRICES-NO. if Seven .Octavo, round corner?,N
Rosewood plain case, $'!75..
No. 2, Seven Octave, -round' corners,
Rosewood heavy moulding, $300.
No. .3, Seven Octave, round corners,
Rosewood, Louis XIV style, $325.
Terms: Net Cash in Current Funds
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS-SENT FREE.
Now York, Oct 19 ..[A.AC.]ly 43
State of South Carolina,
' EDG?Fii?LD DISTRICT,
- Tillman Watson, Ex'or., ")
vs - Acct, Sett, kc.
Tbos. A. Pitta and others. J
BY virtue.of an Order of the Conrt in this
cause, aR^ and singular the Creditors of
CHOMAS PITTS, dee'd., are required to provo
heir demands before the Commissioner of ibis
Jourt os or before tbe 1st day of September
ext or in default'thereof be barred from nil in
terest in the Decree to be pronoun sed herein.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.K.jt.n.
Jone 20, 1806. , 1U. 25
State of South Carolina'
M. M. Padget, - $??1 to perfect Ti
B. T. Jennings; Adm ors. }. ^ tQS? ReaI E?.
Elizabeth Stone, et al. j tate' 4c
BY virtue of an Order of tho Court in this
cause, all and singular the Creditors of
VILLIS L. STONE, dee'd., are required to
>rove their demands strictly before thc Commis
ioner of this Court, on or before the third Wed
lesday of August next, or be forever afterward*
>arred, from any interest in the Decree tobe pro
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E.n.
Juno 13th, 1866._9t_25_
State of Sooth Carolina,
IN EQUITY. .
CyreEtheredge, Committee, ????j to marsh<lU
Bud. C. Mathews. j?M?s*c.
BY Virtue of an Order of the Court in this
canse, all and singular the creditors ot'
ELIZABETH GIBSON, are required to prove
heir claims strictly before tho Commissioner of
h?8 Court on or before the 2nd Monday in Ser -
ombcr next, or in default thereof, they be barred
(rora any interest in thc Decree to be pronounced
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.?.
June 18th, 1860. 12j_2f>
State of South Carolina,
ED GE FI ELD DISTRICT.
Jonathan A^White, j ?jjj fw ^ p-r
Ann J. White', Ex'x., et al. J TITION &C'
BY Virtue of an Order of tho Court in tho canse,
all and singular the Creditors of ABNER G.
.VHITB, dee'd., are required to present and prove
heir demands before the' Commissioner of this
OotUt, on or before the ist day.of September r.cxr,
:r In default the reof to be excluded from all beno
it of the Decree to bo pronounced herein.
Z.-Wr CARWILE, C.E.K.D.
June 18, 1866 ?lit . 25
State of South Carolina,
P. B. Asbill, Adm'or., et al, Vf? ^ ^ .q
Marina Satcher, et al. j Creditors, Ac
i Y virtue of an Order of the Court in this
I canto, all and singular the Creditors of
WILLIS SATCHER, dee'd., are .required to
prove their demands before tho Commissioner of
this Court on or before the first day of Septem
ber next, or. in default thereof, they be barred
from all interest in (he Decree to be pronounced
Z. W. CARWILE, c.E.E.n.
June 20, 1806._' ' Hf 25
State of South Carolina,
Wm. M. Landrum, Adm'or., ) Bill to Call in
?s. ' I Creditors, Par
Francis C. Landrom, ot al. J titfn, Relief, Ac
?>Y virtue of an Order ofthe Conrt in this case,
JD all and ainguhr tho Creditors of GEORGE
W. LANDRUM, dte'd., aro required to prese-ct
and prove their claims before tho Commissioner
of this Conrt witL.n three months from the date
hereof, crin default thereof bc barred from ?ll
interest in the Decree to be pronounced herein.
Z. W. CARWILE, C.E.E.D.
June 20,18(30. Sm ; 25
State of South Carolina,
ITT EQUITY. ' BB
B. Fi Glenton, ' 1
A. Holson, Adm'ora, I Bill of Review, Mar?
rs. j ebal Asi?te, Ao.
Caroline McDaniel, et ab J
Wt Y Virtno of an Order Of the Conrt in this
IS canse, all and singular the crediton of E. B.
MCDANIEL, dee'd., ar?required to provo their de
mands before the Commissioner of this court, on
or before the 1st day of September next or in de
fault thoreof, bo barred from all interest in the
Decree to be pronounced herein.
Z. W. CARWILE, c.s.B.n.
June 18,186?. _ll 25
State of South Carolina,
Sophia Chapman*, Adm'ix, ) Bill for sale of Rea!
va. V Estate, Call in Credi
Jno. A. Chapman, et al. j tors, Ac.
BY Y!vtu? of nn Order of the Court in this
cause, all und singular the creditors of
TDOS. E CHAPMAN,dee'd^rerequired to prove
their claims, before, tho Commissioner of this
Court un or before thc i hird Monday in Angutt
next, or in default thereof to be ferner barred
from any interest in the Decree to b* pronoun ced
h??in- Z. W. CARWILE, CM.?.
June 18, 1866. *t . 35
ALL'pertonf anywise indebted to the. Estate of
on T. H,,CTark,-E?r,, Ay nathorix??^p,t and
Attorney, end settle. Abd those bering de?Md?
againrt the eaid estaf? will please pf tient them fe
rny aforesaid Agent and Attorney pronerlr at
te-to?. HAIfCT L. DAVIS, AjSStT
H?J* tf jg