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tuirim frum Baltiti aid brouglit
h'r a cloak from there ; but it does
not suit her, and she wishes ii e to take
her clonk at what she paid for it, atid
charge her with the difference. Ile
c'aI pay the cash for a cloak In Balti.
ToreV while lie has ain account upon
Mulr boliks, dute Inst July, which yet
reai nis ipaid. I res. eelfluIly deeline
to mirake the exchange. My customer
is iuch sirprised, thinks I am very
uinaceommotildattig, and leaves tihe
sto1re. declaring she will spend io
tuorle 1"ne0 w itlh rue.
I have lot sent you the entire lot
tings of one day's work, but, sufficient,
I think, to prove t4 your most perfict,
satisfaction the truth of the position I
:wsumed at the begining. Should you
find roopm fihr this, I will be temir.ted
to submit other pages from that same
THE SUMTElR D I N 11I
J. S. RICIIARDSON,Ja. EDITORS.
JOHN R. LOGAN, E
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 1854.
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CHARLESTON Nov. 25.
COTTON-Thera was a good
demand for this article to day, the
sales having reached upwards of 1700
bales at prices corresponding with
those current on the previous day.
The extremes of sales ranged from 7
to 9 a8e.
qn s.uLoutside there will be found
an interesting article fromt our old
friend "BEAVER DAM," and a variety
of miscellaneous and original articles.
W- The scarcity of editorial mat.
ter for the present issue may be at.
tributed to our communications which
we give insertion, and which occupy
most of our pai er. We hope they
wif'l be of sufficient interest to com-.
pensate for the absence of what we
may have written ourself. Our read-.
era may also reasonoably expect the
socceed'ing numbners to- be fill ofinter.
e'st, as the Legislatrure is now in sos.
sion. Our cu-Editor and Coliubjia
Correspondent will witness their de.
ii-beration", and will, doubhtless, from
ame to- time, give our readers a bene.
We learn, with great regret, that a
fire occurred a few day s since upon the.
premises attlached to the new and
ilnagniificent residence of Gen. H AnI..
L.EE, at Mars Bluff. Scone eight hurr.
dred dollars worth of provisions were
destroyed, together wih stables, barn,
carriage and carriage horses.
Our friends. who want choice varie- I
ties oif friit, shade, arul garden trees,r
and we hope all do, are advised to<
notice the advertisement of1 Messrs I
Suhzpas & CaIAuxOND. Whatevera
they offeir may be relied upon as good.,
During thre Iast week, we bayve niot
stutfered ihr want of amusemeunt.
]First camne Prof. TiceNsoR, who did
his duty, sati&ed his visitors and
treated themt to, a drink fromt the
"magic bottle-." We have now the
CARtNCROss FAunLY, whose concertsc I
are well attended and Wigidy spoken
Death of Dr. E. T.r Heriot.
We regret says rte C1aolinian of'
the 27th inst., to. learn the- dea th of
Dr. EDwAan T'. IlER30T, at his resi
dence no.ir Georgetown on Wednesday
last. lie was a gentleman of great
worth in hris private relations, and for
a long time served the State as Rep.
resentative and Senator fronm All
Thae resenut Legislature.
The preseinrt session oif thre Legisla.
tine wiLL. undoubtedly be one of' great I
imnportan~ee to the StaI.~ and umay
perhaps bring thre maembers to sober
thinking" T1he Electoral questica wilh, I
of e'u rue, bem agitated, and will probia- a
lily pr-educe some inrtensit~y of thoughti
''*i feeligig 1110 wit anld good, as
it is a question*vbi, h somethink of t1he
first loumenL. It is to change or re.
fuse to change a system to which we
have adhered for more than a half
century, and in it is involved principles
of' iepublicanisn, which may well en.
guge le deepext cogitations of' pro.
Mr. TUCEE's ormmon &ho
Scheme has not yet been disposed iof,
and it is certainly another subject of
'the greatest moment to national, as
well as, State pirtosperity. The press
of other important business may still
suspend the action of the Legislature
upon this subject.
The New State House-what has
been doane and what is to be done -
will likely puzzle timerous members,
whose votes are always east with a
view to presenting the painted side to
the people. These with many other
subjects-among which taxation al
ways forms one which directly con
cerns the people-will make the pres.
ent tern one of anxiety both to Leg.
islators and their constituency.
ARRIl'AL OF THE BALTIC
Four days Later froan
Nxw YoR, Nw. 26.
The steamer Baltic arrived this af
ternoun with Liverpool dates of the
The news from the seat of war is
important. Since the last advices in.
cessant fighting, attended with terrible
loss of life, had occurred befoie Sebas.
topol. On the 5th the Rutsians made
a fierce attack on the Allies, taking
several batterics and spiking the guns.
This battle lasted from daybreak till
our in the afternoon, and both sides
claim the victory. Five thousand
Allies, and eight thousand R1ussians,
ire said to have been left dead on the
ield ! The next day the Russians re
iiewed the attack, but the result is not
yet known. It was said that the Al.
lies would storm Sebastopol before
he Russians could recover from their
osse-, but this does not seem probable,
ither btatemrents sayingithat they must
kbandon the seige unless speedily rein.
.-Tho GovernmonMs of Frince -7
Engiand had received the most urgent
equests for reinforceii.ert.+, from Lord
FUglan and Gen. Canrobers, and
i0,000 French would at once be sent.
Every available steamer, including the
Europa, Alps, Indiana, and New
fork, had beena taken for that service.
The reported destruction of Lord
3ardagaris' Regiment of Light Caval.
y, is con firmed. They charged a
.ussiana battery of 30 gulls, but, were
epulsed. Only 200 returned, 400
laving been left dead on the field.
LIVEIIPOL., Nov. 15th.
Cotton rernains firm and in fair do
niand. Sales of three days, 27,000
ales. Middling Orleans 5 8.8d.
dtiddling Upland 5 i.8d.
Canal FHoar 4th, LOiv.o 44s. Corn
in and 463s. Consula~ elosed a t 92 5.8.
Corres~pondence of the Bannlier.
Cowunm.r, S. C., Nov. 17, 1854.
Decar B~ann~er :-- W e enaclose ini this
slip from the Caroilinan~ 'dilce con
aining the latest intelligence f'roum the
lent of' war which will be found quite
Manay members of the Legislature
ye arrived anda Columbia is filled
ahnost to oveflowinig. The mneetinmg
4f the Alumni of the South Carolina
)4llege will bring to our city omore
disitors. than she has entertained at
my preVIsoIs time.
So far as we are able to learn, your
-fliientC Editor J. S. Rlickardsona, jr.,
pill have nao opposition for the offie
>f Reading Clerk to the llouse of'
tepresentativYes, whices post lie so
Ldmairably filled during the last sea.
ion, Hie and your present corres
~ondent will endeavor to keep you
posted up "onl all matters. of iterest
hat mayi) come up.
Among the Editors in C~oramIda
re WV..11. Carlisle.. of the Charleston
flourier, J. Felix Walker, of the
I ork ville Remedy, L~. L. Fraser, jr.,
>f' the Black River Wuatchman, .1. S.
tichardson, Jr.., of the Sumter Banner.
)thers will proba~liy arrive in the
ourse of to day.
Yours in a hurry,
Correspondene oU the Jgaev.
W Asilno-roN Nov. 26 1854.
Messr's Editors: Presamag thai a
ine or a wo from the liedeval City
ay not be entirely devoid of interest
.t. this time, we enltrust thlis brief' epis
Ie to Uncl': Sam'~s care hoping it maay
each you at -- time wheun "more copy'"
s demanded none is nrepar.. a nd
theln this le-tir will be -given: to the
I interlocutionarymImp" alias the "Dev
il" to fill out a column.
Political news from States that re
cently hold general glections has
reached us daily for severni weeks.
And each account :has been one of
Padness. lie ~Democratic party. Is *no
longer victorious' but vanquished.
They have met the e..cmy an' lost 'a
triumph. In - nearly every State
wiere electiets ,have beqn beld '0he
Whigs andbKnow Nothings combined
carried every thing before them. In1
the Massachusetts Legislature one
Democrat out of One hundred and
fifty iiembers, was returned ! But
our party must not despair. The
darkest hour is just before dawn and
the hour of victory has often come
imniediately after defeat. Let the
Democratic party be watchful and
vigilant-ready to strike when an
The Soule affair created no little
sensation in this city and the beliger
ait, Young American sparty were for
war immediately ! Fortunately for
France, the difficulty was quickly and
It is stated that President Pierce
will devart from the usual custom of'
furnishing in advance to the Postmtas
ters through out the Union copies of
his annual Message. He knows not
what intelligence 'may be received a
day or two before the assembling of
Congress and hence is desirous of
awaiting the latest'artivails of stemner
The Niew York-Heraldof Th'ursda%
states that our Minister to Sardinia
Mr. J. J. Daniels, of Richmnond, Vir.
ginia, had been expelled from a litera
ry club in the former city in conse.
quence of having written ratherfilli.
bustering letters and advocated doc
trines similar to those entertained by
Mr Soule. We will see now whether
our Government will interpose in Ili
case or not.
. The Treaty between the United
States and the Kingdom of Bavaria
made by Mr. Buchanan and Augustus
D. Cetto has been approved of by the
President and published officially. It
pruvides for a mutual extradition of'
fugitives from justice.
Full and -authentic returns of the
New York Election have been re.
ceived-the vote stands as follows:
I Soft Dem't, Sey mur, 16,61.
Know Nothing, Ullman, 122,100.
Mf. L. L. W hig, Clark, 157,124.
Administration, Bronson, 33,791.
Majority for Clark, 463.
Dr. J. D. Tuck the oldest Surgeon
in the U.. Army died at Newark last
week. He was actively engaged
during the late war with England and
was with General Jackson at the
lamnous battle of New Orleans.
The Northern Whig Journals in
noticing the re election of the enture
South Carolina Delegat ion state as a
curious fact, that while other States
have frequently eleeted WVhigs to,
Congress, South Carolina has al ways
beeni represented by Democrats.
It is rumored that measures are
being taken to annex the Samndwie.b
lelands to tbis Union. Ia case ne-goti.
uienus fail, Young Anmerica is reudy to
take thtem ei el asrmda
TIhem Know Nothings in oin city have
recently received large necessions to
their nuimber. Somne of the best men
in the city are cemmeeted with thme
Order; By the way we see ik mnen
tioned that liIon. e' illiam B. Preston,
a near relation to the Prestons of your
Stte will be the Kniow Nothing
ICandidate for Governor- of Virginia at
the next Election.
We mtiust commenid the recent
determination of the Secretary of the
Treasury to expend the appropriation
l'or saving of life on the coast of the
IUited States, endangered by wrecks,
on the coasts of Lonig Island and New
Jersey. Instructions lhave beenr issuedi
by the Secretary, directing tihat the
number of lifebaut, stations on those
coasts abhrih be doubled. That is, that
the-re ~hia4l be one every five miles,
instead of every ten milhes, as at pres,
ent, At each~ of' these stations t here
is to *e provided a house for the
temrporary shelter of the wrecked,
caupaid4e of containinig 400 souls.-.
Each station, also, has a ?ife-boat,
a mortar to throw 200 fathomis (900
feet) ol hemp shiot line.
Washington is rapidly tilling up
with maember of Coungress, lobby
memblers anid candidates-the latter
being iun great, abunudance, as is always
the case.. All the public officers are
busily eingaged p.reparing reports four
The quest'am has been~ t'vequently
asked will Mr': Soule be recalled ?
We think not,. In these days of pro.
gre..onu, fiery bold chuevaliers like huium
are, in demand and .indeed it is
perhana fortunian that the Eropnnm
powers regard him asa true exponen.t
ot American principles.
For the Banner.
Meisrs Editors: There are a num.
ber of st range beings in almost every
eintuunity -whose mitiners need mei
ding i order io qualify them for I
lave in the bud, social. T ere for
instance Is. jfrnd Mr... Philip .Tac*
son, h man of parts and occasionally
a real contributor to the sum total of
human happiness. But he spoil all of
his occasional sociability by a certain
frig ed umcolloquiial mannmer which
he fr, quently thrusts upon society to
the mar itig of its colii orts, atid It
me add, to li owi injury. Now MIr.
Jackson mnust really amend his w vs
II this puarticular, or sufler tile coise.
quence. And do you inqu ire what.
will be the consequences ? Why cer
tainly Mr. Jackson will he shunneld,
he will be considered a se llih beinrg,
unindful of the feelings vI others.
Ile will have no intiaite friends, flor
no one can possibly accommodate
himself to hIs whims. If Mr. Jacksotn
cannot avoid these occasional visita.
tions of a duib spirit, if his whole de.
meanor nrist now and then asstirume
the aspect of an Ascetic, ny advice to
him as a friend, is to retire fron the
haunts of society, oin such occasions,
and wait until the cloud passes off
from his mind, and then let hi
emerge fron his cell. Mr. .Jackuou
s'a UaU Uf'eae, IIIUSL see the eutUre
prupriety 'ut tuis advice. Ao zuan
has a right, Lu bring a suasiber luguuri.
ous visage atuong his friends, wthoutit
a real Cause Lou kiownt to taese t'iends,
But Mr. Jiclsun fieqoutly Jouis
gil im and reftuIS to CntLer into social
Culilvese withit, aily assignlau.L cUaute.
It, uiay be his digestioa is bad it'sO,
let himl change tas diet, an1d take ex
creise. 'ossbtf v ier .ant does not
black .1iis Iotts to siit, hli. or the
cook does notgive him ils brcakktau
Ut the appumited hour. Or it imay be
thatL MrS. JaICksonI o;Car en-Im IO. exer
cised Whe acknowiedged teimtIlniie riight
Afgiviig her dear -ord :oie of her
sbuer sided thoughts in the w.1 of' a
certaint lecture. But, does a lt Mr.
Jackson observe that, these things
iuhlrd no zinlicieit reasonts toP th rlst
upooll his Iriend..s his sour' uns.ociaibe
conduct. LAt himl correct. the difinl.
quences of his servants anid kks away
the pout.? upon Mrs. Jacksoi's sweet
face, and thus qualiy hiiself to mect
his friends as a Ie.d col ntliuter to
I hope Mr. Jactksoin w il Iapp reciate
my) mlotiv~es in thus plainly 5jpeakI inig ol
hian, and that, his frienuds w1il see i
his f' u ure deportmlient a deel Ied im-a~
In hpursuan~zce of previo us noi ti'e, the
Socity minet at B he ow (' il aIl ini
Suaasterville on Satuirday the 1sth tilt.,
there being a gnitrumi presen''Bt, the
Soc~iety pir!ceeI'lid to buin:ie's.
The I iliIuitt ee appoi~iinted at, the'
anid prepa~:re a l..nimaf Lie~ u. lie
next yea:r, havinig he..- tvald oni jilr
thleir rejhiirt, s~tuIii t,l (b. 'uiigl their
Chani rmoan, C~ap't. (I. WV. Le.:. lhe tul
ed by the A'(soctiationl, to- wit:
G.reate'st y iel'd ofu te tion per a-ere p ine
lan (cup)~. -tl 'hco'0 00 tcn
Grieatest yield of'e pacre
pine pind (enu) - 51 00
Greatest, yield of Wheatc per
acre piine laud - 5 00
Greatest yield of Uyie per~
acre pino laind - 5 00
Grazeatest yield of Oats perLI
acre pine land - 5 00t
Graantest y isle of Sweet Pota
toes per acre pine !and - 5 00
Best spIcimen~i Of Cottoni
in 1>4s on Stock, 1 00
Best sped~cime oif Seed Cornl
one Bushel i-n ears 1 00
Best spceni ot'seid W hezit
one Bushel, I 0t0
Best spechneILn of seed Rice
oneQ Bushel, 1 00
Best sp'cim)eni of~eed Ilye
one bushel, - 1 00
Blest spechneni of Seed ( ats
Cone Bushel, 1 00O
.Biest specimen~ of Seed Peas liif
ty cents for each half' bauhe ex.
ILargetst amo'itm of' llty f'rom
(one acre (native grass) 5 00O
Largest amaout. of' Ilay fromt
one acre (pea-vine) 5 00
Largest and best cmolleetion- of
Garden vegetatbles by one mndi
vidual, 3 00
Largest and Best C'ol lectioni
of Fentits hy ennO i..davidusl 8 00
Largest and best collection of
Flowers by onec individual, 3 00
Best lirood ,fare with sucking
colt by her tide (cup) ' 10 00
Best one year old colt, 5 00
iest two Yeltt'Old colt, .5 90
Best. Brood M11a with suckinq
Mules colt by hersidt-0cop- . 10 bo
B3est one yea r old Mule colt, 5 00
1Best two year old Al le, colt, .5 00
Btest Mileb Cow with sucking.
Calf--full,bpod--- - . 8 00
Best Ie . W? h Sith's'eking
Calf-commnon stok- 0 00
Best 01 ' ear old Calf, Bull o
Heifer, 5 00
Best two year old Cal, ll*ll or
Best R1 In of anly breed, __ 00
Iest Ewe of ay breed, 3 00
lO'st pair of L ambs 3 vu
lie Sullblk Sow, withl litter o
Pigs, not less than 5, 3 00
Best cormonbreed Sow wi:h .
litter of pigs not less th:ii 5, :3 00
Best pair of pigs of av iree, ; (JO
lI estBar, uinder L.wo yeari :' i
ay,: : 00
Best pair fuill blood Shanghais, 1 00
13Be.t pair full blood Coebin
China, . 1 00
Best pair full blood D]orkinr, 1 04)
Best pair of Bantains, 1 0()
Best pair of Tarkeys, 1 (10
Best pair ofMunicovy Ducks, 1 00
Best pair full tlood Game
Fowls, 1 00
Best lot of Butter, 5 pound4, 1 00
Best lot, home -)
made S-n 1
lest qt. jar (of
'reserves home FUN diree
made, ill. 1 00
fiSst qt. jar "CIstf t ni
Jelly home made 1r the 1 00
lIest qI. jar Cif 1u1 u 1111ne
jamn hm'e inadtle, (lure of the 1 00
lu 1.2 gal. sante, to ne
Pe-acles ho:nie each spaei
imiade, Imleni. 1 (0
Bvest 1.2 gal.
j-ar I 'iekels hom
inade, . 1 00
Ivs t Woolen Coniterpaie, 2 (0
lBest Cottoi Clouiter'panle, 2 0(
IN~s Confar, 200
let 10 'i.s f Woc o!ti .lemti. 2 001!
lIest 10 y'ds of Negro Clthb, 2 00
Best wraught Iron tiirn plaugh 2 00
Iest wrought suibsoil. phlo gh, 2 0:)
BUA wrouight hl Cotta all
Seraper, - .2 00
liest wrm ':.~hat' I raza.:ntaa hc..1
Ilarrow, 2 00
Best. plantation Cart made ill
in tle D)itriet. : 00
B3est phnitaltion waoggn wiade
inl tile DistrIict, 5 00
lie, zztuple horse lynggy Ind
inl the I)i'triet, 5 0)a
larg.est y ield ofiCt tona aIper
aere, laine lhud, lithroghoutl the
entire crao~, not laess thtan 2'. acres,
wiha tilli ac..eiitt of the manll.
iier taf Ianinr~ttAing. and eniviatinga
sad cr'ap-a silver cupa- 10 01)
Lar'gest 3 ield oft Cori paer acre
ine land thron 2hoot. the entire
cropt, not,.less .lt~h lner'es
with. a fokaccoytnut of the .mian.
ner od manmuring and eniaivain g
snad cro..----a silver ay- 10 00
1 )n taa.iaan aif C.apat. W'1. E. MNill
the severtal art'jles oft the Conaitutiaan
wais St. ai la~ene as to re-.d as lloa ws;
It shaltl he the aduty '.f the Tre.a'urer
toI receiv~e at la donathains to the So
Iciety; La) g-ive one mi .nith, not 'ice (inl the
jaournals of the Distriet) bethre lhe
annl conibinioniai is dute--to c')leet
ili ali itonis du'e anid to teend the s; one
as1( directed by thie Soaciety ; and La
mai~ke a repaort of Samie. to the A\ssocaa
tion at. its regutlar anl miecetin.
O..n inotiaon aiCapat. W. E. Mills the
Iirst article oft the lBye- Laws was sao
amnide.h as to rea I L asflhaws:
E...en iiembier zshall payv iana> thie
Treaisury, annuiattlly the Sonii or T1wo
Dtollairs. Said pay menitI to be mnade
at LIitu o appl icatioii for membe..-he,hip,
or lby I he jirst daiy of June in each
year, and upon his nleglectinhg tao da sa,
unili the regullair annal mI zeeting f it*Lhe
Asbociationi, his naime shall be strickeii
from11 the roll.
Oni mo atiaon of Cold. Thomnas M. Bla
ker, it. was ordered, that nll Pr emiouins
noct enlla-d far, within six. iinths after
they were. awardied, shall beedmie the
po -p erty oaf lie Assciat ioin.
On)a moitionI of3 1)r. .1. C'. llaynswvorathI,
thet thi-rdl article of' the flye.-Lawts was
resceinhed iln' full, anmd the fo..llowiing
Art. 3. That the President be emii
pow~'eed to appoint, annually a coim.
mlittee of three, who shall soliciC com-l
m)unications fronr the members of the
Association, as r"ogar d s the ma'st: sne
cessflid eultivatioi of the prodnets oif
our soil, including grasses, fruits, vege.
tables, lowers, &c. &c.
On moftioni of Capt. W. E. Mills, the
time fur hoaling the exhibition aind
reguilar annulIal meeting of the assoacia
tioan wtas changed from the first Tuom
ay and Weda.nesday' after the foturth
the 23rd list., by thi ]$.k
.ga.nglish, Dr6 R'.fst~ I. R'weyav
nnd iism ' EA C., aiug i o1. 6 r "
Mar "/Cowlinei l 31
O1i the 810U -thee
M . RAA r D
SiRSAPAJtrLxa.--.or the .ur* of
or as a pPr jtf e f the 6 A .
general tonic for the system, 4s unra
.The curative powers of'thi6:St.est a
truly wonderful, andal1i0a,,0
make imnmedtiatd.rial of si:Yeliaw.
and Uareaparillat" It .cn i
most delicate patient.
THE.N F~KtlN*idL NOSE
TRUW TO EMK hoie,"liff3#d 4v "-:
from this. P ly tble R edy.
Therelore howd rqkon iiealth 'and
spirils'h~owo ~re o , t noe -td hirnsfiffM
othera, letl 046 sp espair of recoveeyt
time patient ol'ysuiderstand that lis F'pe
of pbysial. re.atorationm lie in squy;o$tt I -
Extract4f Yellow. Dock and arsaga'If.
la,":and pe diia t hir for Is "
to try it, and We have 'tro hesitatiorari
predicting his speedy restoiation to healtit.
Lr See advyertiuaement.
Hollotway's -Pills, a Certain Remedyfo.
Debilitated Constitutions. Loss -of Appetiter
and Loness 'if piriti.-' Alf. i chard'
White, f'No. Albion-square. Mainchedetrr
road, Bradford, was afflicted for several
nmnths with a idifly weakreras, loas of
appetite, and loivwss of ipirit., he wa's'fof
-a- loing ttrqo.'a palienta .* the diApensary#
but derived no benest' whatever ihe inedIr --
cAI--ittendant slated'that he wais'in a teeg -
declin, aind that ne'ddiine 'wbis of--wi.
furtlie Uilb tW~hhkAtuit;th tifitarW T
.recommended to try Ifolloway's Pills, and
Witi invaluable 'mieddime 'peedily effbcte 4
a perfect cure, and lie has ever since en.
aoved the beat of heaith.
COLUMD1a, 22d November, 1854,
.The memabers of the Staf' attached to His
Excellency Governor M.annivino are reip led
to report aL Ueadquarters .prior to the 6%h of
,,By order of ime Commander-in-Chlef.
T- B. WA TTIS, Secretar
Nov. 29, 1854 . .,5
All iecpons having any demands .againsf
apt. James R. Bi-ock leceas4 -tite' of Oma
ter D istrict, will please pf-sent their demands
-to the Rubscoriber for payment., and those ja
debted will make paynaent. to-thd same.
L F. RIIHAME, Exr.
Nov. 29, 1851, .5 ttr.
The Ladi"s Fair for she* comp etlot of the
Calvary -Ourch will tak'e place at, the same
on Wednelday 27th, Decembet next' The
putblie ie- respeotfully Invited .o atieid %A
tI2y atter thenselxe .that the1 *1)0 mti
somiathdag to pipause ajill . .may tk/l' inam
with their r .c . .:. . -
Nov. 29, 1854. 5 - 2k, 2
Watchnmman copy. .m - .
Wanted. . -
THREE NEGRO BOYS, freni 16 to 9
years old, as A runtices to the Carpenter
rae, u ler li , Foreman of Winns New
Store, now -, eing 1x:p ,'upon sight of the ohd,.
Tavern ir, Aumterville.
Nov. 29. 1854 ---5 e
All-p-rsm~s indebmed to up by note, or ae..
counmt previous to the first, of Jsu. las; are
respectfully r qtzested to make a iae pa
.We are In want uif all the money that Is ow.-e
ing to us, and we trust this call w-Ill not be.
.ROGERS & SPENCE..
._isppileNov., *, 1854. 5 ' -t
We erIor sake a thoi'clee~itieN-of the :
amoat ceebrated and heat varieties of Peaces,,
Piears, thoth Staadard and Dwarfi on Qmee,)*
Plu nn, OCacrries Necta
rines, Apriots, ktuinces
Figs, trtawberries, asui
Aative Grape Vine.
10,000 A PPLE TR EES,"
well grown, embracing 150 varietIes of'
rare exellencae. - We ofIsr these to -the trade,
or by the hundred, at low rates.
?hew and rare ROSES of the finest kinds'
and latest Importations, Flowering fihrube,.
asaase a beautifjml EVERGR EEN , &c.
Prichot lists sent to all poat-pahd applicantsg
Packages ca'ref'ufftsent by raIlroad. Address
AMston P. 4)., &S.
Nov. 29 1854.' .9t.,
Georgia State Fair..
In order to allow ,the gsisens ,of Auvia
thme to mnake ample preparations for the ci~~
E1'tbidos them Eeentive Conmmittee of i
" Sotherra -Central AgriouitnmlSod~
have finelly coneluded. 40 ,pne the I
umtil the First, Moa-Jay in Decem
'Therefore, she . -peopl.q e o ga4
heNnt Frof he Seem wil
6e held at Augusta, on Monda
3854, In seeordance ith the
gramme and ,ro
The. Press, a r*
ad ng States, ,are earnqy~q~
givjeshipwplicea.he whioat mswg
and thus aid thme glorlif caeQ(At1f
Mechanical and artiutIe seass he
Applicatk Ie I$t to the Comi
rniasaonmer of. slna'Ja daliTe
Larnd Warfai,'au lt.97.. tA .1(
isend mmdor the Act. 8eptember 28,1~
ttr Ge'orge. Floyd, the original .en o
mnisleadi, having never reache.I2yie
riatee..-..... - JA MEaS.TY$
Art and Attoryof G ge~*
Ssitervijle, s..jp. m _
Me.. 464--.Ricasasde.sa -g(
GonOS Mt. C~titokin respedfl i..
forn's the citiznitsof &nnemater . ndf' i'ed.,
*.oimiing districts that he now. haiAan'd ke',ys
constontly on hand a large. assorament air
Books Stationery'and - Fanc~y aitilleahahf
vol' which to e n'ers for sale un'accolnmnodta'
Sing term.. :'- ' ~'"
g.R Coutitrya m.hntstkouk)1 do weh
to girve him a nni l Wn
gY' A ll ardlers -fromin the country care'
iily andlpoil nenmal mlemma.
Nlon'Iay in' ,O'Alber to the fMrst Til..
daiy and Nyvo1n8ai Y'aftder the third
A1otiday in Irn~r
Oil Ill,6tiofll orcl j Blu31nding,
th 1 ywils emp 07 Wercd to i.V
thle JPreiniuni 'Lst tIi i11eiointis
to (niltuticin, thie (.dicer's AVuid
Mid LIIC i nr '7orni t's tpIhe
for tho ensuing year, .pab11 ed ltv
conlde'iiqd ftbrm, and to, turnish. eaach
member, with ai'cipyas r&
'On ' tsA'6 Cl"
the Edi-toisl tetb44Tur~
:(ul* District, were reqUebted tO Pub.
lisli iike prcCcditigo of' this etingto.'
Thu' tha:nk-, of the Asociaioni haV.'
ilti.b-vi rettortied to i 'tr. Noah Crane,
for tile t1vc of the~ ..To)% 'I., Hail, the
J. M . PITNIS Prea't..
No*4v 181h. 1854.
$sotitia cairolitta' Conifer
cl lc, ip po i lit 21R62ts.
CIIAIi.ls-ros DisrulUT.-11. A. C. Walk
8:. Jauir~ XCruise..e
(J*Jp'r River-A. kErviii, Q. s.* Wig.
CUjwe'r Ric~er .11ission-G. WV. Mood.
811. A ndrew Mli xxion.-.'i 'u upplied.
c* 1C.N.1;. -A. Mc (orquoda Ic.
8,, Gemr-es and St. Panits Mission-A.
Am- Pint M!ission-W. C. Kirkland.
I1Vallvrboro-A.. W. -Wvalkter, . F. - 31.
A sh ep o ant Cw,t,.:c~ Miss ionr-P.G
towinaii.' 1. A Price. .:
1)hl/ad 61c-IinP-A1. (0. Stacy, B: T.
*Sarm~inah. Hirer Allisan-J. D. WV.
Cimyfi, 1). A. Oyhurn,
oaa.':a ,usio&T be.SUPplied.
a..' f ~, I~irnic--C. Bletts 11. P.
~V~I:" .hic..onM.Eady, J. S. Coll
hic. Ricer -and Pee Dece Mlisswnm.-A.
. l (.far. I, etl-.r. J . S. E'rvin,.
Muck, Btircr-M. L. B3anke, ian. WV.
Mc 1fisngo 3issimia-J. Parker.
( onayhmo--J. L, Shuford. HL.
11is( rc:i.-E 1). oyenl . Mi.
I LIIIC /Ic L. 31. ~ittle, 0. WV. Cri
8 c;' ~ lii!3hi'i~n-J I' Iuglavi.
4 '"hiznba-Ws n--u.liri t~-W. A. Giiid
Ct'ni'lZJI!I Ijircifif-AX. L.. SithaiI.
11.29,-_ . .luancs, %V. 'A: liettionA'.
I thu - ; 41.J ainoi V 1