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NOTICE IN FULL!
AS part of the Store the subscriber
had in Cheohee was a copartnership
business, those indebted to
the subscriber previous to the 25th of
December, 1849, it' not paid according
to promise, will find themselves
pestered! yes, pestered, either by
myself or the proper officers, until
all is settled up.
JE. WILLIAMS.
Oct. 12, 1850.
4 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
lMCKENS DISTRICT.
Whereas, W. S. Williams has
filed a notice in my oflice requiring
me t ) take charge of the Estate of
Thomas Smith, late of Pickens District
deceased, I will sell the Estate
of the said Thomas Smith at his late |
residence on the 30lh inst.
Terms* six months credit.
W. I). STEELE, O. P. D.
Oct. 14, 1850.
Ordinary'* Salt.
By order of YV. D, Steele Esq.,
Ordinary for Pickens District, will he
sold onmle day in November next,
before the Sherift's Ollice within t!te
legal hours, A Tract of Law1 belonging
to the Estate of Joseph Taylor,
dee'd., lying on the waters of Golden
s creek, adjoining lands of Knni-om
Hanks- li F. Holland, G; W.
Taylor, and others, conta in goie
hundred and e'ghty-seven acres mo/e
or less.
Sold for nnrtiiinn nmrmrr lioirt
of said deceased. Terms of sale.?
Sold upon a credit of twelve months,
except the cost which will be required
on day of sale. Purchasers
giving bond with good security and
a mortgage upon the premises if reel
u red by the Ordinary to secure
payment of the purchase money.
J. A. DOYLE, S. P. D.
Oct. 10, 1350
BY IIis Excellency, Whitemnrsh
B. Seabrook, Governor and
('onnmander-n-Chief in and over the
uhucui ouuui varuuna:
Whereas, it is the duly of every reiig
ous community to acknowledge
at stated periods, their dependance
on Aim ghly tiod, to express their
gratitude for past mercies, and
humbly to implore His blessing for
the future?
Now, therefore, I, Whitemarsh B.
Seabrook, Governor of South Carooiina,
do hereby recommend to the
i.eople of the State, to observe the
r'ourth Thursday in October next,
as a day of thanksgiving, humiliation
and prayer, and lo assemble at their
respective places of worslrp to offer
up their dcvolions to that Be'ng, who
has assigned us a home rich in the
best fruirs of the earth, and distinguished
for the excellence of its religious,
political, social and civil instit.iGiven
undef my hand, and the Seal i
of the Stale, at Columbia, this twen-'
ty third day of Septuml-er, in the
year of our Lord one horn,and eight
hundred i nd fifty, and the seventytilth
year of American independence.
Whitemarsh B. Seabrook.
B. K. Henegan, Secretary 9,'State
fctrEvcry paper in the State will
publish three times.
Sep. 27?3t.
sec cm) anm.ua i Sir < i
th':? <$?utm ?ar?m!ma
INSTITUTE.
OPENED ON THE 18TII NOVEMBER NEXT
++ * .
r|^IIE second annual Fair of the
JL South Carolina Institute, for the
promotion of Art, Mechanical Ingenuity,
&,c., will be held in Charleston,
opening on ihe 18th November, and
to continue during the week.
Specimens of every branch of Industry
are earnestly solicited, riemiums
vyill be awarded?for the best
isp&cHnctib, a Silver Medal; for the
next best, a Diploma. For Original
]! nvcntionsv a suitable premium, at ihe
cliscie'ion of the judges.
A selection will be made of the
best specimen of Mechanism and the i
Arts?ofCoJton 1??ce, Sugar,Tobacco,
Corn, Wheat, Fiour, Rosin and
Turpetiliiie?and sent to the World s
Fairvjto beheld in London in the
Spring of ISM. J8L;) ;
A lafgo and commodious builamg
has been ^eiecte 1 for the Exhibition,
and every attention will be paid to the
reception unci care of articles sent to
the Fair. All articles must bo d'? ectcd
to L. M. Hatch, Chairman of
Committee of Arrangements^ and bo
deMfcred by the 14th of November.
Communications addressed to James
A; Taylor, chairman of Commute on
Correspondence* will meet with
prompt attention. /, c
The Han. Jos. II. Lumpkin, of
Georgia, will deliver the Annual Ad
.1? ?".l
- X'WI VH MDCtlAAjr. Uiytll) IIIV 10111
November. SStoitie >. i v' 2
Arrangement bf\ve been made
with (he Souih Carolina Rail Ko*ul
Company, to )?<; ft!l oftio?s intended
E. 0. fanes, 9eeretary*
'sheriffs sales,
Pickens District.
Br VIIITUB OP WRITS or F1KUI FACIAS TO
ME DIHKOTED.
Will ho sold before the Court-house
in Pickens District, within the legal
hours, on the first Monday and Tuesday
in November next:
142 Acres of Land lyi g on Ihe
waters of Tweive Mile Civer, adjoining
lands of VVm. Boggs and oth- '
ers, levied on as the property of
Geo. W. Kilhurn at the suit of VVm.
Smith and Geo. W. Taylor.
OAfV A RES Land more or
j?\JVy x\. less, lying on Cane
Creek, adjoining lands of J no. Evans
and others levied on as the property
John A. Evans at the suit of John
Rankin.
Purchasers to pay for titles.
J. A. DOYLE, S. P. D.
Oct. II, 1850.
DISSOLUTION
OF OdPART<N?R3iHlOIP;
BY mutual consent we have
agreed that on tin first day of
January next we will discontinue our
business at this place. Ail persons \
indebted to us will pleate make ar- i
rangeinens to pay us by tl at time. ;
The Goods we now have on hand
we will sell at very reduced prices.
BENSON & TAYLOR.
Pickens C. H., Oct. 4, 20-if
npi-IE Undersign take this method
X. of calling the attention of purchasers
to a large stock of Groceries,
both in Augusta Oa., and Hamburg i
n ' ? ...
r>. vv. uonsisiing' jn part ol
Viotli (liiiiiiiy and
Dundee; I I to 4<li inehi's
and heat y.
Kale Hope and Twine.
SUGAR COFFEE SALT IRON
Mula sues, Cheese, Mackerel,
Flour, Macon. Nails superior quality,
CANDLES. TALLOW, AND 1'ATivNT
MOULD, or all kinds]
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
aid limn.ock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Soap, Starch,
Tndiirn mid
WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY;
GINGER,
PEPPER,
SPICE.
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of the
heaviest and best quality.
Homespux, Calicoes, &c. &.c.
All of which we will sell at the vary
fowcut prices of the Augusta and
Hamburg markets.
Orders from Georgia, Alabama,
and South Carolina will he thankfully
rece'ved, and filled at the lowest
prices.-?'() tiers addressed to How- j
ardi Mel", nald & Co., either to An-!
gusta or Hanriburgf, will meet with j
i prompt aiteniion.
I J.J.HOWARD. I
| r? \l.,i\n\t i i r\
v. nnJinn^AijJA
T. M. BR1NDLEY.
WrThe Laurensvii e Herald, and
Hamburg Republican will please
copy one month.
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-41
LETTERS
Remain'ng in the Post Office ai
Pickens C. II.. Quarter ending 30th
September, which if not taken out
w.ihm three mon lis will be sent to
the. Post Oifice Department as dead
letters*.
A
Elisha Alexander; DagUftre&n Ar
list; V. Allen.
B
Samuel Barren.
C ; j
Anna Calhoun or Wartson Collins;
J. C. Clayton; I
F
Elijah Foster.
G
Bright Gilstrap? F. Garvin.
, -.v M .J ' ' < .
John Holedfl John Hurd; James
Ilolden; Mrs. i\iary A. Hunhieutt:
: \V. T. Holland, John Huclt on sr;
! J. CJ. Hughes*
i . . i
James inman.
' ::"?!!. I. I. J* a J n
j J fizz*:/#
Wm. Johnson.
K
James Keith jr. H *
Ij 1*5? ft V * 2f
Dr. Thonifts Lfee; James H. Lesley;
Levineusi ^,M'W ^
>'** w M
John M^ntfotild; Jame6 MeOnflm:
DaV$<l McLellan^cbt. Maxwell jr.
O. VV. Nonis.
i 3 -p '
F. W, Pickens; paivid Presley.
r . '
Miss Atargr6( K Offers; W. R. Rice;
J. Jj. Roach 2; Cuiel) Rohorison; ?
B. Rut ledge. ''
Stephen Smith; Wtr.< Siseioore:
Jerry, or Jeremiah Saltei fiold.
J. V. Trimmer; Ejtos Wiliftims;
J?tnes Vmthgl)!ood; J. Ybting; T'. A.
Yow. '; wto rrt * i
E E. ALEXANDER. P. M.
Administrator'** ttale.
Will be sold 011 llie 14th day of
November next at the late residence f
of William Jameson, deceased, t
NINE LIKELY NEGROES, <
Crop of Corn Fodder Oats <
Horses, Cattle, Household and Kitch- 1
en Furniture, and various other arti- {
des belonging to the Estate of Win. J
Jemeson deceased-?Sold on 12
months credit. '
Also the Plantation will be rented
for 1851.
Wm. H. JAMESON.
JOSHUA JAMESON.
Administrators.
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-tf
]
SOUTH CAROLINA.
in the common tlkas.
PICKENS DISTRICT.
Allen Keith, assignee, Doc. in Attach
vs. Perry <fc Keith,
Joel M, Keith. I Plff's Att'ys.
The Plaintiff having this day filed his
Declaration in my ofHcr, and the Defendant
having no Wife, nor Attorney,
known to be in this State on whom n co
py of this Declaration may he served, I
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorne\.
It i> Ordered, That the Defendant do
nnppnr and ftlowl rti* d',m,,r to the s?h! '
Declaration, within one year and a day
from !his date, or judgment will entered
by default.
W. L. KEITH, c. c. r.
Clerk'? Office, )
January 1, 18.i0. \ 33-1 y
Ti jiR
Tho subseuhers are now receiving a
well s-.lo ted assortment of
SPUI^W anil SIMMER
GOOD S\
firocerios, RootH and Shoes
II.and IIONNftTN,
vrocKcry, saaaierv ?
Medicines
and Hardware.
Together with a great ninny other
(ioods not usually kept in country Village
s* All of which we will sell low for
j?^h or credit.
Call and examine for yourselves beforo
buying elsewhere.
P. & E. E. ALEXANDER.
Pickens C\ II., >.uv 17, 1850.
P S.;?Alllho.se indebted to us befoic
the 1st January List, nro requested to
P y UPE
E. iP.A
1ST Yl?.
TH.E subscribers have commenced the
publication of a New Weekly Taper for
families, with the above title, umltr tbe enlire
control of T. 8. Arthur, wbo will con
central^ upon it nil, or neatly nil, of his literary
labors, TJ c design of this, paper is
clearly expresfd in the title?"Home Gnzetfe.1!
It will bo, emphatically a paper
fo the hotho'eucle?a household companion?a
pleasant fir*#id* friend, coming to
till with a cheerful countenance, and eeek:
irur. trh?le it icipatis instruction, to entertain
and interest all elapses of readers. A
Icding feature of I he "Home Cazette" will
he a 8orie* of Original Nourelettes by tho
JCd tor, who will furnish eome four or five
j.|?'turps of domestic life, written in his best
-tvlr\ for every volume. Tho "Home Ga/.ettc"
will ho the organ of no party nor
sel6t; nor will it be the exponent of any of
he iftw.i of the day. But it will faithfully
advocate tho right, nnd seek, bv every
mean1', to widen the circle of human hap
fnnpf*. nonesuy will tuo editor tench the
truth, as ho hns over dono in his writings,
for i he ?ake of good to his Mlow men. But
in doing this, ho will avoid unnecessary
hurt-line** nnd civu^eless offence, nnd keep
his journal free from stain of wounding personality.
Ilo will oppose what is false
and evil, ns one of his social duties; but
while doing so, will use no t>h:irpur language
than its relnke and correction may require.
] Tlie "Home gazette" will he elegantly
piintcd, on fine white paper, with large
drat f ici'd tvpe, that n>:?y be read by
vounqf nnd old without injury to the eyea.
TERMS OF THE PAPER
IN AU CASES IN ADVANCE,
One copy, per annum $2 00
Three copies 5 00
Six 10 no
Ten 15 00
Fourteen 20 00
Whew a club of six, (en, or fourleen
copies nro sent, an extra copy
will he furnished to the postmaster,
or otl er person who makes up the
( !ul). One cojvy of either Godoy ?
Lady a Book, Graham s Magazine,
or Sartain s Magazine, will pesent
for four s. All letters must be
post paid. Money that is current at
the plane where 0?^ ^subscription is
made, will bo Iftken in payment for
the paper* ^
Address, T. S. Arthur &, Co.
No. 5Athen|an Buildings, Franklin
Place Philadelphia.
nVi'i&a S&r*Alio
A PPLICATION will be made to
Zlt the next Legislature, for the
appointment of Commissioners to alter
the following roads, viz:
i^rojn ?ast^oa to Pickens H-,
"'Krom Z. Wm. Nimmon's to
Pendleton village. &j$ A :, 2d *
FiomjJ&MHlOji to CashlefljMklley
by way of VVhiteAVater Falls.
Eastatoa Farmer.
I S?pt. 10, 1850.
CITATION.
Maria Powers having applied tome
or Icttcsot Administration on the es- js
ate of Drury Powers late of Pick?ns
District acc'd. The kindred and (
creditors are cited to appear before |
lie on the 21s Oct. to show cause if j
my they can why the said letters *"<
;hould not be granted.
(iiven under my hand and seal 7th "
October, 1850.
W.D. STEELE o. p. d.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
pickens district. ^
John Cobb, Ap- ) I P
plicant vs James > In the Court of
Uobb et al. def,ts. ) Ordinary.
Whereas there has been deposited
in the Ordinary's OlTice of said Pis
trict a paper purporting to be ihelnst
will and testament of Robert Cobb,
deceased, the applicant aforesaid i
having filed his petition requiring the J
same to be proved in due a'd solemn ;i
form of law, and it having been j a
shown to my satisfaction 1hat Jas. j \]
Cobb, one of the hertrs at law of the ' c
said deceased, resides without the ! t
limits of this State,?it is therefore or-1 ]
dered and decreed thnt l-io do appear ' t
at the Court of Ordinary for sa'd c
District, to be held at Pickens C. Id., i
on the 8th day of November next, f
f/v cKamt f * ' *1
iw omm t-cuisu ii iiu cull wny me |
said will should not he prov< d in due <
and solemn lorn) of law, and entered
on record, or his consent to the same
w"'ll be taken pro confestto as to him. '
Given under my hand and s'*u'
August 5th, 1850.
W. 1). STEELE, O. P. P. ' *
12?tdoc. j
"THE SOUTHERN PRESS."
Ax association of ftixtv-thrco Members o
Congress, Senators nnd Hcprt^i'iitntivcs, have
constituted the u ndorfigned a committee to
superintend the establishment of a Southern
l'rois at Washington City. to l>e devoted totl.i
exposition and defence' of Southern right*-and
institutions?the dissemination of correct in
ionuKiion ?b 10 ?.?rtmnn policy, and tho course
of political nlfuir* generally, without reference
to the old party lints of Whig and Democrat.
Arrangements are now in progroj>?>, promptly to
ensure the issue of such a paper un ler the '
titlo of
"TIIE SOUTHERN PRESS,"
W tho conduct of which, suitablo Editors have '
been engaged, who will nUo leceivo the aid ot' |
number of eminent and able contributors.
There will bo both a tri-wcekly and a weekly
is*ue?the latter to contain substantially the
same matter as the former, ami intended to
rcach tko.su points of tho country \\ iip*o in: ;l i
facilities arc limited.
ADailyissuo will be added hem?f(cr,?h<>i. d ;
it be deemed advisable or neeoMnry by tho
pre** aud people of the Southern States.
Tho paper will rot bo uecltuivcly political?
but will embrace oi'its broad sheet the general
dots of the day, domestic, and foriign.br 1
mail and telograph; commercial and a^ri ultural
and literary pieces; critn ir-ms, original essays,
litei'ary ami miscellaneous ami, in short,
all those Items of general interest, the collected
aggregate ofwhich constitute the interosting
and valuable Newspaper. Ureat care
will betaken to give full and correct It o port of
tho Proceedings and Debate-) in both Houses
at Coiigiess; as well as the action of the toca
Legislatures on tho Southern question.
A limited number oidv of ArlvnviUfcnimita i
will bo received?;l.emam object being to fur>h
a large amount of rending mutter.
TIh? paper will be printed on n sheet equal
iu size tothoso of the other Washington pn|? r.->
and tho material will be procured oapcoially j
for tho purpose
It is confidently honed that everytrne
friend to the South will aid in procuiing sub- 1
cribers, and forward tho name*, with the
amount subscribed, to some Southern lteprescntativo
nt Washington, forthwith.
Postmaster* are authorized by law to remit
subscript ions free of postage.
TERMS:
For Tri-wcekly during the tendon of Congress
and Semi-weekly during the recess, the price
will bo, per nullum - fft 00
Weekly paper ?<
Tho price of subscription must be paid invarably
in ad'/nneo. and the cash atfeomruinv tlm I
I J I
namo sunt.
V po rs'ms procuring tO:i nnmca shall bo en- ;
itled tore nive ucupy t?tfor one year.
A. P. 8 IT TL KR,
J A CKS ON M URT C iX,
R. TOO MJiS,
J. TJtOAIPSON.
tJf*Eildinrs rnui papers fYteiuMy t<? tho encrprijso
will pleaso pr.U,:ih tliin I'rorpectu* 1
which will ontillo tln-m to an exchungo with
tho nuwa( nper.
- ^
[n. L. JEFFEIIS,] [vr. 8. COTHIUN.]
[K. 9. UUCKStA8TKII.J
W A tt.E-11 OVSE"
and :.ii' *'!; >
Commiftflion IWci-cIi'iiiifN.
Morket-Btrect, IIammliwi, S.? <3.?W/tr r.i nco?
u^t?i...l 131. a ? - > . .
luullliut'll-oiruvl, iVUUUrlTA, *10.-?1* 11* KVIiOoH.
Take this method of informing their
friends and the public genbridly, that
thoy still continuo the WAuRtKtus* nnd
Cu.MMiNfeioy business in thin placo and
Augusta, Oft., where they offor theirservices
toilKCRivE, Sioukohskix Cotton,
Fmicr, Ba.cgn, <fco., RkCKIVB AMI Foulard
mfjhciiandisr* huv ooodh, for
PiAUtRltS ou MkrcHanth. , C Hi
Their Warehouse in Augusta is on
Mclntosh*street, in the centre of the Cotton
t.ade. :
Their Warehouse ip this place is, $ufe
from water and isolated, therefore not
exposed to fire.
As they will he constantly at their j
post, and p'omotjug. the Interests o( their
trietods (which tl>cy nn aware will add to
their o\Mr.) They a'aroit hnd hoprXto
meritand-ecfeire' a full sh^e of that liberal
patrortoge heretofore bestowed, ntid
ff\r vl'vsaVi *!>* ? i1a>1i tl.-w.lfcl
-W- T? UV>T I OVUVII IKldlinff/ j )
LiWftl oa&h advances will bo mado ,
when roqnired, on nnv nrbdub* hi torn,
WPBH8, COTHRAN A Co. j
Hamburg, fk?pt. l?t, 1840. 18 '
JAMKfs GEORG!
MERCH ^T TAILOR
row receiving ?. grenl variety of the h
Lest and most fashionable t
B'l'cnch and Englimli ]
GOODS.
or Gents Spring and Summerwcnr.
Among lus nssoilement may be found
variety of
troaVlcIotlicK &. Casi meres; 1
Dral> Satinets;
Tweeds, &c. !
Plain and Fancy.
ALSO,
A handsome assortment of Ready, i
lade Clothing, all of which ho will disose
of cheap lor cash; <
Coma and examine for yo irsclves be*
>10 purchasingelsewhere.
1 tf
133 T^FWAPri!
_JL M. T f -A-JL A.fcJii-/ j
DANAWAY from the subscriber,
l\ at Kingston, Cass ro.. Georgia,
negro man nam?d CUPIT. lias
\va n ovor his left eye, inclined to
le gray, about 45 years old?of rathr
a brown complexicn. I bought
lie boy of Gen. Garvin, of Pickens |
)is't. S. C?, and formerly be'onged
o scmo of Lynches, of that District
?r Greenville.
I will give the above reward of $55
or the delivery ofsnid boy to Ja^ob
Jnrris, Esq., ' ' - Anderson C. II.,
3. C.
jjavis boroughs.
Kingston, Geo., Aug. 11, 18f.O.
LOOK OUT.
indebted to the sultscibcv enn1
avo cost by calling and settling their
rotcsund accounts as lunger indulgence ,
cannot he gi\ en.
JAMES GEORGE. I
Jan. 5, '50
HE \D QUARTERS.
Charleston, Fed. 27, 1850
{GENERAL ORDERS NO.? \
CIRCl'MTANOES demanding that (lie .
Governor should he oflieially acquainted i
with the elloo'ive fniccof the ?S't;to, and ;
the number of alarm men?the Urinadicr j
Generals at e hereby directed foillnvilh lo !
:.iake returns of their commands, to the j
Adjutant and Inspector General at Camden.
A failure in responding promptly to
this order, will not he overlooked, and the
newspaper publications will be regarded r.s
Hv order of tho Commander in Chic
J. \V. CANTEY. Adjutant and In
> jx'ctor General.
Mnreh 0, 42 lm.
D.F. l'KKKY.] [e. M. KF.rril.
PERRY '& KEITH,
Attorneys at Lnw.
Wn.i Pwctico in the Courts of Law and
Equity for Pickens District.
Office, Pickens C. II., S. C.
October 1. 1849. I2f2
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
SPRING SIH15EU
GOODS:
The subscribers arc now receiving and
opening largo assortments of the newest j
and most fashionable Spring and (Summer I
GOODS, together with Domestics and
Grocciics of nil kinds, nil of which tlicy j
will dispose of on the most reasonable |
terms for cash.
Call and examine before yon purchase
elsewhere. .
ALEXANDER iV BARTON, nt Pickinsville
S. C.; ALEXANDER & NEVlL,
at West Union S. 0.
v2 nl tf 1850
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
Charleston, July 11, 1850.
tTNTIL tho 1st of October' next,
J all communications for the Executive
must, he addressed to him,
at Columbia.
By order of the Governor.
B. T. WATTS, Sec'ry.
July 12
SOUTII CAROLINA,
I
nui. KNS DISTRICT.
David Losly and wife, Applicants,
vs.
VVrn. McAVhor'.er and wife, and
Others, Defendant*.
Whereas it appears, to the Ordinal
y of said District, that Mat hew
Kyle, Henry Kyle and some of the
children of Jas. Kyle, deceased, vs.
James Kyle and Hunter Kyle, the
children of John*Laughlin and Win.
Kyle, deceased, (names not I novvn,)
and the heirs of ('atharire Kyle,
widow of Robert Kyle, deceased, j
(names not known) parties, defendants,
reside without the limits of
thin State*. It is therefore Ordered ;
and Decreed that ihey do appear and
oliject to the Partition of the Latins
described in the Petition in this ease,
on or before the lfit Monday in De,
comber* 1850, or their consent to tho
same will be entered of record. !
W. D. STEELE, o. r. ?**T
Sept. Cod, 1850. 10-3m
M O A fl>S ! ltO lDM !
\ VPL1CTION will be made to
L V. the Legislature at it., next ses
ion, for the appointment of Comnissioners
to alter the following
iloads, viz:
From Pickens C. II., to intersect
lie Keow c Turnpike Road at its
ower Terminus.
From Pickens C. II. to Greenville
D. H.
From Pickens C. II. to Uagood's
store.
From Pickens C. II. to Eastatoc.
From Carter Claytons' to 12 Mile
Damp-ground.
And from Pickens C.Ii. to W. H.
Strihlin gs.
Aug. 30, 15 3m
FOR 1850.
THE BOOK OF THE NATION"1
The Oldest Magazine in America.
v EDITED BY MUM. SARAH J. IIAI.H.
PHILADELPHIA MONTI!LILS.
Til 1848, the Lady's ltook gave 018 pages?
which in 116 more than one, and 1W more than
the other Philadelphia monthly. lie gave 281
engravings?among whidi were 20 colored, and
9!t fall pages?which is 1UC more than ono, and
180 more tlian the other.
We give, in each mimher, a piece of music,
printed separately on tinted paper, 24 pnge?, Or
twelve pieces in a year. To show tho cheapnetft
of the Lady's Book, this music, if bought separately
at the music stores, \vc- ' cost exactly the
price of tho whole year's subsci .ption??3.
.SoMi: OK OUR I'tX'L'I.IAU K.Mnil.LISll.MKNTS. Lll
<!ie's work tabic?which comprises every kind oi
needle-work embroidery, knitting,netting-crotch
et. patterns for cape*, chemciuttas, children's
clothe*, weddintc-dre.-tfeg, in door and oul-door
costumes; niruol America; colored tiowor platos;
model cottages and furniture; fashionable do.;
hicc-work; Vignette plates at the head of article.-*
etc., etc. All the above are illustrated by engravings.
And, in I860, will alio be given a set of engravings,
illustrative of the coslumes, of nil nation*,
with descriptit H9 by Mr*. little. Most of'the old
feature* of the Dook that were so popular last
year, will be retained, and new ones added as
thov mav vejrgost theimelvos to the i?tib!t-Iicr.
A NKM' NOVHL HV W. t! II J.MOHK 8TMMS,
Will be one of the features f??? 1S50.
Wr have long stood at the head of the Magazine
world for our contributions; they are always
moral and instru .e, and such as mav be placed
I...ft .... .. r..n.ii.. .iw!,. i... tfi.u .1
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mcnt is under t1<c control of of Mrs. &nrali JoM-pliH
llulo, whoso nnmo trionu i-< a Piiflicient
Kiurantce tor llic propriety t?f (lie Lady's I?o?>k.
We may my llio same of our engraving*. We
will never, us is done by a coteropoiary, publish
indecent model-artist pictures,such no parent
Would allow a child to look at.
Goiiky's Lady's Hook for 1850 elmll BurjMis*
tlmt of I8!'.?, and exceed all magazines, putt, present,
and to come.
Ten ma: f 3 a year in advancc, postage paid.
Address L. A. GODl'-Y,
113 Chosnut*?t., Philadelphia.
an iiivnresto(ckoif
JYJE If* GOODS!
IN THE NEW HOUSE ABOVE THE
POST-OFFICE AT WEST UNION.
We are now opening a Feloct stock of
i prcttv ami f/ord Goods, it?ioti<jsl which
i may be found C'alicors, from "low down"
up to most any price.?Muslir.s, -i variety
of patterns; Alpaeca; changeable L:ncn
Lustre; Ginghams; Jackonet and Swiss
Muslin; Caml>ricl<; Bobenctt; Jii.?h Linen;
gicen Rarege; black Lace netting; Kdgirigs;
I/ices; Silk and Oofton llnndkorchiefs;
Muslin Tics ; I'ihons; Cravats,
Mack and fancy; Drap D'Ete, Mexican
mixture; Tweeds; Kentucky Jenns; Ticking;
Umbrelkif*. A variety of Goods for
gentlemnns summer wear, ?tc. ctrc.
lloillfecfs "man!/ a one," and some
of the prettiest.
Hoots and Shoes, n large lot of all
kinds.
Fashionable flats ; Mexicai;
(?hI:fornui; PnnNina; Leghorn; Palm Leaf
Caps, all sorts and sizes,
Tndi^o; Madder; Salts; Comnosition:
KlliitT- Rnmv Wilnmlm:' W'lo*.....
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l Balsam Wild Cherry, Sands Sarsaparilla,
I Dead Shot, Camphor Are. A-c.
Nilgai', GolTee, Powder, Lead,
Shot, Ginger, Pepper, Candy, A:c. Arc.
Saddles and Bridles, Martingales,
Collars, Whips, &c. Arc.
Hani ware and C-illerv, Scvtho
Bh'des, I loos, Shovels, Spades, Axes,
Hammers, Chisels, Augers, Saws, Cotton
and Wool Cards, Knives, a fine assortment,
Buttons, violins Arc.
Dfockery Teas, Plate-. Dishes,
Bowls, Tumblers, Are. &c.
To all of which wo invite inspection
and if wo can't ae|l, make no charge fov
showing our Goods,
Wo will take in e*chango for goods}.
Dry //ides, Bees wax, Tallow, Feuthert,
Brool, fcnd Seed Cotton.
ALEXANDER As NEVIL.
Jnne 7, 8 2st
"JTOIlONAtoCET ffXlL ANB"
...
I jlju uuuaiiiwcia lU'MlllWlCIIylJ
.1 their obligations for a liberal
patronage heretofore extended to
them, and he# leave to announce (o
the public, that Ihey imvo on hand, a
lai iCr assortment of
lil^K mid < heap C400BS,
than usual, all of which are of the
latest style and well adapted to the
season. Thoy pledge themselves to
im-nisn, as many, as nne, and aft cheap
GOODS as can b found in any
country More. O ROC FIR fElyi
CROCKERY; andIlAIlT)lVARE
/rood enough for any body. Our
friends and patrons arc invitedjocall
and examine for themselvesj|^'>
They have also several 'fSw and
Four horse WAGGONS of extra
finish, and two or throe horses which
they will sell on reasonable terms, if
applied for soon. <?-'? ' *
W.S.&T.P. WILLIAMS*
Salubrity S. C.,Oct. 4,1H50.
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