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8 AM jHOtirtMf.
Gen. 8?m it .out , NaljOnnl Conrentions.
In a long loiter dated Austin,' Texas,
Mtircb'2Rth, he is down opofr them, hammer
and tongs. \V"e suppose lie d?*?pnirg a/^beitlg-.
no ninnted for tlie^jrestdeucy by the Charleston
ConveutiOn, and therefore prefer?,to go iipon
liia owo-.rbook.' Neither does he like the Democratic
party. It is hahltosay what party
ho does like, unless it be , the "Houston'-party.
He is opposed to political platforms, but thrusts
foVUfcvery prominently one pl?nk of his o\yn,
vis., his old'Hobby, 'nprutectbrate orer Mexico.
. tj- * .ix_ rr?i.- ii *c
Aflliuer piai:* which juuu uuw, is uiq i iigiuc
Rnili-ond. In short, he evidently wishes to
construct bis own platform. We make a few
extracts from-liU. epistle:?
Mo indepeni man ought.to accept a notnina'
tion, accompanied by any^fttfdk-tn with Which
his previously entertained opinions are in conflict.
]f bis feelings are national and he has
claims upon the confidence of the country, the
nation must know what his principles are, and
if they are proper lliey surely do not require
the eiidusemciit of a Convention to make them
pass current with the people, but their intelligence
will enable tlieui to judge. And ngnin,
if an individual accepts n nomination of a party
under these circumstauccs, he could not be
president of the nation. lie must select his
Cabinet from the members of the party. lie
must make all his prominent appointments from
the part}-, and allow parly lenders to select
(liem. No matter what the nivrits,?no matter
how patriotic and intelligent an individual
tuny be, unless lie has "voted the ticket," lie is
to be excluded from offiec and his merits and
claims disregarded. A man who would consent
to be a mere tool because it accure him
tlie Presidency does not deserve to be the head
of a nation ! UulesR lie reserves to himself tlie
right of remaining free and untraimmeled from
nil pledges except hi* official obligation.", lie
will never be able to control the destinies of this
great nation; and if lie would give a single
pledge to secure the Presidency, it is conclusive
of his want of merit and he deserves to be
repudiated. Though the nation might accidentally
nrosner linilnr liis nilmi iiinf rut inn liv
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its mere self-sustaining powers and llie onward
spirit of our people, lie would ever feel tliat
lie was degrading the post lie occupied, and
the adulation of parasites should be n poor recompense
for the foi fciture of self i expect.
If a President is to govern the nation, his
counselors should be chosen from the nation,
and since partj* nnnies liave censed to represent
J r'ociples, ho who is elevated to the Presidency
should regard it as a whole, and calling around
him.those who have beeu true to the Consti
tutiou and the Union, and with Use Constitution
fur his foundation, he should endeavor
to rear a structure glorious to his country and
perpetual ob his race. i
A Candidatk for the Lkoisi.aturf. ?Our j
uromer-euiior 01 iuc ixewoerry luuug nun tins
accepted the noroinntion for the Legislature,
and publishes the following characteristic letter
in the Coiucrvatist: -t
"Many friends, it aerma, would desire that I
should become a candidate. "They arc honor
able men." Many, on the other hand might
say, "This is a grievous fault." But th?*y are
envious Cascas that vould stab Ctnsar. Who
cares f Get thee behind me, Satan. 1 would
not .do many friends wrong; but I would
wrjte what I do know. Canvassing a district
for the Legislature ; shaking hands with every
citizen ; hunting up men that you $are nothing
abbutto fool into a vote; trcating-fellows that
drink your liquor and curse you behind your
back^ riding through wind and rain for an
uncertainty, is no easy job. But in consideration
tliti business will bo dull during the summer.
lllTillff nothinc l/tdn nn/1 #??n if I l?n.l !t
unwilling to do it, I have resolved to launch
iny bark upon the political ocean, and unfurl
every sail, and start for that bourne from
whence no honest man returns?"the legislative
halls.*" Friends, countrymen and. citizens
adopted, I shall sxpcctyou to come to the res
cue 1 I did not bring-myself out. I am no
orqtpr, but yon all know mo?a plain,Jup-counIry
editor? poor' nB, llie devil, and that loves
his friends. 1 have neither wit, nor words, nor
wortb,-Action, money, utterance, nor the pewer.
of speech to atir men's rblood?but I ahall '
specie, and apeak right out. I vWill tell you
that which J'jo tfyjpu reel y esd o" know, th'fct the
Blue Ridge Knilrosd must be built; that ihe
present militia system ia totally inefficient;
that politics are a nuisance, ajid politicians, in*
general, a humbug. With one oyo on thes&fe
ty 6f-.the ship of State,''and'the- other wide
awBke ttftgv own iutcreit, I hope to sail into
port safe And sound, making it a nnnrt nn?l nrnf
. -Tyjt'-- -rc O "TWtf?
ThPhn?delgh! i? 2vorth American givti the
folfoWiog sketch,ofthe Democratic arrangements
inade^UjJt^c^Delegate* for Charleston,
from the first-named city: & '
A't ikM ..iHi'-J
v viu^ jiao\'Gf\iuy auernoon itie
Keystone 8tata sailed foi Charleston, with; an .
up usually large cargo^and anfjpwount of locofocoum
u?t oftonJwjti in tbVijigpl; ?p'arflen4aa
of aecoSimBdatioW'Spon ^e waWr. .Tlio pas- '
ae?g?*Jra?e veQpjandioiqrly provided fyr, aod,L
will live like JPresidentip/?om the time of start- 3
ing until they return to the^ef*^. *lar^$r_
of the ahip ia munificently*?oppHed. A con
t?qt sti-eslni of^dDcVvgeCT^/ f?*Wi? of various
kinda, pigs sheep fiah and oysters, ?'? moving j
towards the ahip during the whole morning.
The ice-taotoae oa-^oard thoStteMal Vas full, t
"While, in v iew of the'fjprob^blV iagasacd" darjBy
vJIwBiiwS' the gjjid lux
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Are now Ready w
Blnck Cloth ContR
Black l'>rnp Dete Coats,
Black Ca8!?iin?*r?* Coals,
Black Bombazin Coats,
Black Alpacca C?ats,
Black Fanners' Satin,
Black Uibbcd Cnssimere Coats,
Silk Mixed Coats Vests and Panic,
Fancy Cnssimere Coals, Vests and Pauls,
l'ancy Marseilles Coats, Vesta atnl Pants
White Marseilles Coats, Vests atitl l'uuts
Plain Linen Coats, Vests and Pants, ' .v.'"
Cape Dusters and Plain Linen Dusters,
Fine lilack Doeskin Cassiiuei'e Pants,
Black and Brown Pocket Hats,
Caps of all styles.
Shirts nil kind?. Embroidered and Plain,
Shirt Collnrs, Cravats.
Gloves, Kid and Silk,
Linen, .loan nml Merino Drawers,
Merino Under Shirts,
Silk mid Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Plain and Fancy Socks,
Combs. Brushes ami Perfumery,
Fine Violins, and Violin Strings,
Pockct Knives, Razors, of the best quality.
We offer a Gene
Of Every Description, in
rm n a wn ci
WE ASSUltE our customers and buyer* g
the same kind can be bought in ihi? |>:
We have nfco, A FULL STOCIC OF CIIA
a fine lot of all grades of JEWELItY. Fine St
of which we will guarantee to be na represente
We respectfull}- invite au inspection of our ?
as we intend to give up our Watch and Jewell
Watches aud Jewelry if we don't get but. coat.
o. m. & S. A.
Corner of the Marslu
April 12. 18GO 51 If
| iio vunfwnuy on iihiiu, nna is now receiv
JnL which he respectfully invites the Attenti
stock ia is selected with great care, aud consists
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fine
TRUSSES AND S3E
Pure Wines and tiiquo:
'W?E " ; MEDI IN
FIKT3D TOBAOOO, SI
"*-? - ' FANCY TOYltl
N. B.?Phyaicians* prescription* carefully cr
MedicirtVa warranted genu
THE Subscribers, in view of ll>e GREATI/S
jg&pufactu' e, have add-:d very largely to
WQufchp'lJMILi-s and are now prepared to fm
NABURGS, COTJjQN WOOLEN PI
wUicS tliey WARIIANT t^beof SUPERIOR
<We also continue to ninmifaciorc Wool into (
exaepti^et^rool, and charging but 12$ cent# pc
rkillaj'pr'we will work,itup forpnebajf r.f t
nlinlfirtfiFkiainrr vajiI tivflUt&in
qqe lialf cent per ,vard extro^vill Ke^wKped fi>
WpoljJJoweYer, to be sont cleBiifat the yield will
BO per cent, in cleaning Iiurra nr? rioi%Mecti
NAME OF THE OWNER 8HOULD BE fiTA
SENT. Tliis must be strictly attended to. W<
wpnlaentu*. We solicitlhe patronage of tbe
to\all of our customers. Address
Aprflgo. wiV.1 ,
JOUN McBRYDE i? our Aaent al
of fiot^oodg, ahd will furnish them by the- Dtfl
will alTo pufcboie all Wool offered to' Lion ot fi
g??ted wjth bhFAgfncy.
Aflfl^annrteri for Hood f! sir rifle a *n#
LLEy^S. C. |jj
ith their Unusually
!K OF GOODS,
1: BOOTS Sc. SHOESI,
i. I'ulcnt Leather Boot*, - - -7
C'nlf Skin Boot*.
11 I'mr.p Soted Booty,
Patent Leather Gaiter*,
Fine Culf Skin On iter*.
Fine Oont.Skin Gaiters,
Fine Cloili Gaiter*,
Fine KJfrtUup titer*.
Fine Oxford Tie Shoes,
Fine Low (Quartered Shoes,
a 11 1:. ^ *' '
( **? ouiin: us uue ii3 iHi'V aie mnue.
We will sell
i, A good .Walking SIioc for $1.00
i A FIXE PAIR BOOTS FOR
!, A few of
I' T^ato T mproved
j! A wor?l to lliose who like to smoke fine
CKiAHS?wc tiave now lb<! best, lot of lift!
vniin Cigars wc ever Imd, and will sell tliein
ii iir l??w n* pos.-?ilile. '
>ral Assortment of
JSH AND SWISS
Very Desirable Styles of
enernlly that wccon sell cheaper than articles of
u t of I lie world. '
INS FOR LA 1)1 ICS AND GENTLEMAN, end',
did GolJ, ns well, as the commoner grades, all
Stock, and we wid endeavor to please in prices,
i-y trade, and we intend to sell our Stock of
v a ? W?V V;
ill House, ABBEVILLE, S.' 0.
LV VUUUl )
C. H, S. C. ' J' '
ing a fresh supply of Drugs and Medicine*, to
ion of his friends and the public generally. Ilis
i in part, of the following articles:
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
COULB3ER BHA ES,
rs For Medical Purposes,
OTTPP AWT33 OIGAX1B,
impounded, nnd all orders correctly answered*
1 ^r i- *
mad, nnu vi me ue;i quality.
ON ENTERPRISE !
AND WOOLEN GOODS.
' INCREASING demand for poods of Southern
the machinery in their extensive COTTON and
rnislufcOTTON OSNABURGS, STRIPED OSjAINS,
WOOLEN KEUSfcYS or JEANS?all of
Cloth, at very low rules, furnishing everything
?r yard for Plain Clolfiftn^d.16 ceuts per yard for
he cloth it makea..y.3!nfliwi>franKeDigtit enables
ARTICLE of Negro ^CiWmj'Fai a very email cost,-.'
Can gend it either or. dirty ; if a$nt dirty,
r expense of washing it. Wo would prefer the
be more naiitfactory?Hfrty wool loses from 25 to
unable as tbev are removed by machinery THE
DI/VI1 TlUTlV/irrr fw .lfirniiir n.^.r .
i/i*jiuiviui v/i* r< v n<iv i ^ l'AUlvAli^
e wiM alao pay a fnir CASH TRICE for any
South, and plcdgg^urselvos to gi^e satisfaction
US. G. GIBBES--& CO.,
1 -i 'rrJT Colutpbin, S. C.
t Abbeville, and baa elwaj-s a Stock of all clawcs
j? nt Manufacturing prices, freight added. lie
i?ir market prices, tina attend to iany business con- ,
i" * 'L i :i*. ""< _
every Description at'Cli &rieBton Prices.
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i c<)jjTM2]XA, s< qWILLIAM
GEORGE A. SHIELDS, Workman.
MANUFACTURES^ STEAM ENGINES of
anj' power desired, for Mills anil Plantation
purposes, at tlioit noticc, having nt. all
times on bund some finished, or in a forward
tale. In connection with our Mill nrnl Engine
Work, wo have scoured the services of Air.
John CnAUTtiK.v, who is one of the (test Millwrights
in tlie Soutli, to superintend the putting
up of Mill* nnd F'ngines.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS.
All descriptions of IJruss nnd Iron Cnsf ings
executed in tho very best innnner, nnd nt short
notice, us we enst every day in the week. Our
ov-vn ..i imiicnis is wry iiirgc, navmir recently
purchased nil ihose formerly owned ^by (J.
W. Uiglit, which living luhlud to those made
at my establishment for the past five years,
makes the assortment more full thnn uny other
like establishment in the State.
I mil agent for II. Iloe <fc Co's celebrated
Circular Snwp. and also for n manufacture of
the Rome orticlc in Richmond, Vn. A full supply
of these Saws, of all Sizes, nlwnys on hnrul.
1'enons wishing thetu will do well to call on
<>.. I ? ? * -- - *'
i..v, ..a ?. mmuivj Mtxj tliaigu JUJ iJtlll'g UU.'IIJ LU till.'
Old Saws Rc-Xoolhcd.
I have a Gutuuiing Mncliine on hand, nnd
nin prepared to re-tooth old saws, making
thorn ns good as new.
1 would call uttuntion Hi this brnueh of our
business, having n great variety of patterns,
for public and private grounds. Cemeteries, ?fcc.,
and will keep on ham), nnd east nny style
wanted, at priics a9 low as the same can be
bought ut the North.
lUTmYPir* nin n
? ? aa?u M a J II *Sic ?
I urn agent for one of the largest Wire Railing
Companies at the North, and will furnish
Window Guards, Gnllnries, Verandas, Bedsteads,
ur any other description of Wire Works,
at the book prices of the manufacturer, which
can be seen at my office.
I linvc nlwaj's 011 hand, and am steadily
manufacturing nil descriptions of 1'l.OWS,
with many other things in the agricultural
line, ami will, iu a short time comiuctiee the
manufacture of all kinds of agricultural implements.
All I ask is for the Hunters of the
South encourage this enterprise by their patronage.
Call and judge for yourselves.
Wagon and Carriage Spokes.
In connection with 1 lie Establishment, we
arc manufacturing Wagon and Carriage
Spokes of the very'best material, aiwl will sell
.$drper cent, lower than the same Spoke can be
)>dnght at the North.
mir *r wn ? n
I am Agent for one of the heat Portable
Mills now in use, and enn furnish ail}* size wanted.
Persons wishing these Mills arc invited
to call'&t the Works and witness the operation
of oneliow in use. The Millrock, which is
the very "best is procured from Edgefield, S. C.,
ltd thcJMills are built complete at our Establishment.
To those who have given me their patronage :
for the length of time i have been engaged in
this hutfinew, I tender my warmest thanks, and
n i>nnl!niiDn/ia #! ? ' ?- '
? eujur, HIIU l-U LUUSU
who have not yet done so, I respectfully ask
their favor nnd support, as neither pains nor
expense will be spared on my part in contributing
promotion of home manufactures, of every
article within my sphere of action. All that
is necessary to success in t-iiese enterprises is
the favor and support of the people of the
March, 30.12m] "WILLIAM GLAZE. I
We are prepared to furnish the following
MACHINES: The "KENTTCKY IIAIIVRST- I
Kit," the simplest and strongest REAPING
"pOGARDUS," "JAPLINS," "McCORDS,"
"FIELDS,"and other kinds of Horse Power?,
FIVE varieties of THRASULIRt?.
'VrejIIT 1 1.:...!.. ..r D1XT inr ? r%
onico iiuu tviuua ui rnn
among which is the celebrated "AION'T^O.MK.
RY," FAN. .2g&
GRAIN CRADLES. BELTING and oil tlie
necessary articles for GATHERING WllEAf.
W e also call the attention of Farmers and
Planters to our
GEIVG1IAL STOCK OF
AUiKU U LT U li AL TOOLS
Among which are *otno TtllRTY KINDS OF
PLOUU1IS, CORNS. SB ELLERS, Ac., Ac.,
These in connexion with our luri^a stock of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Including IRON, PLOUGH STEEL and
NAILS, wo offer on the best terms.
In feeding stock Sixty Six Pounds of Ground
Food is said to be eyual to One'JIundrtd rounds
not Ground, -for this purpose vre ckn furnish the
-MAGIC," or "LITTLE GIANT" CORN
MILL that will grind Ten Bushels per hoof,
at $35.00. "
Augusta, On., March 23, 1860, 8m,
ptTEdgefield Advertiser copy agdsend bill
;A ; THE Subscriber begs leave to inform hit
friends and the publio generally that he
'I \ 1Iih8 locate^} At -4
"AJ3BEVIJ/LE O. H., 8. O.,
jVext Door to the Marble Yard,
Where he *$1 keep constantly on hand an assortment
of ? .! . -
r asnxonaDie rurnrnire.
- 3 V i > -ALSO, . . is \
JOBS MADE TO OR DEB.,
itegair\n(f ']5fint at Short Notice.
All of'which can bfliAd on accommodating
? Wil. lf. ^jOHAI^N.
MaroBJp, I860, 3ra ^ '
mi 4. wfe
Atofooxrlllo, m.' O.,
WOULD respectfully iuform tbc public thnt
he I his ^
OPENED A .SHOP
making and Repairing of
?M c. rI3??fc
It. is opposite (butnoloppoacif) to Mr.Taylor's
Kst:ibli?iiuieiit, lie bopQ^tluit bv tloinp coixt i
work, nod innkingreasonibleeharges, to receive
a !>linre of public patronage.
lie has on band i t tliis time, several
SEVERAL NEW AND NEAT BUGGIES,
which he will sell very low and on tbe moat
Nov. 4, 186i>. 27 tr.
Thomas Crawford, Adiu'r, "i '
with the Will annexed of >
Cudor Gunlt, dee'd. ) Bill for Advie^,*
vs. [Direction, and'
Cyntbin Wakefield, J lief.
"U.I <.v, (
et nl. f
IT Appearing to the satisfaction of flifl Com
missioner that tlie following nnm d par
ties. Defendants to thin Bill, reside beyond the
limits of this State, namely: Calvin Gantt,
Newton Gnntt, Jnmes Gaiitt, Crowther Gantt,
Willinni Gantt, Martha Gantt and Sarah
Gnntt, Tabitlm Saylor nod i Nancy Saylor:
Hugh Loller, William Lol ltr, Elisabeth Loller,
Martha Lollcr, Sarah Loller, and Mary Lollcr;
the children of Giles GanW, dee'd, names
unknown ; tho children of John Gantt, names
unknown, other children of Tira Gantt, names
u., nm (.uiiurcu ui oniton Ijanl,
mimes unknown; the children of ,Ynto Perkins,
names unknown; the.children of ltiehard
Alexander, names unknown; the childrea'of
John Townloy, names unknown; and the President
of the Ameiienn Bible Society. On motion
of Jones <fc Jones, Comp. Solicitor, Ordered
that said defendant!1 do unnear oml nnnwn-.
pU-ail or demur to enUl Bill within three months
from the publication hereof, or the same will
be tukeu pro con frsso against them.
WM. U. PARKER, C.k.A.D.
Commissioner's Office, )
March 8/1660, 3m. J
THE STAfE~0F~S0UTH CAROLINA.
James McClinton, \
v*. . }
Thomas C. PerrinjEx'r ) Bill for Account, ?tc
.Tnlm Pnnnor \
and Nancy, his wife, >
ami others. )
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that
John Cooper, and Nancy, his wife, James
McClinton, Pleasant Dt-llerhide, and Nancy, his
Martin Klli nt, and Harriet, his wife, Mnrv
Nf?Plinf*.n .Tnn.n- M.nll.t T- r> -1 ?
McClinton, and other children of Joha McClinton,
dcc'd. whose names are uuknown,
U. A. Brown, ? Jackson, and Roxann, his
wife, Svcurgus Browu, Virginia Brown, Simon
McClinton, Kliza Ann Anderson, Robert Harvey
McClinton, and Sarah McClinton, defendants
in the above stated case, reside beyond the
limits of this State: On motion, by l'erriu ?Si
Cotliran, Conip. Sol., Ordered, that Baid Dc
fendants do appear and plead, answer or demur
to 6aid Bill of Complaint within three
months from the publication hereof or the sime
will be taken pro confesso against them.
W. H. PARKEB,_c.*.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, ) *
March 1, i860, 3m. J
w1jTate^of south barolina.
r. M? ?
John M. Clark, )
vs. J Amended Bill for ReD.
W. C. Tillotson, J lief, ?fcc.
Qiul wife, nnd others, J
iT APPEARING to my satisfaction tlint
Matilda Jane Tillotson, wife of D. W. C.
T;i1n?ann ar>A f I,,,;,. 1
names are unknown, Defendants in- tlie above
stated case, reside beyond the limits of this
State, on motion of McGowan, comp. nol.. Ordered
thatsuid.Defendnnts do appear and plead,
answer or demur to said Amended Bill within
three months from the publications hereof, or
the sauie will be taken . pro coufesso against
WM. n. PARKER, O.E.A.D.
Commissioner's Office, )
Feb. 27, I860, 3m )
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
| Win. II. Pavker, Successor,
vr. Bill for Foreclo'
Lelitfn Finlev, Nancy Jaue [sure of Mortgage.
Finley, ami others.
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that Lititia
Fiiilej', Nancy Jane finley, Oscar FinIcy,
Amanda Finley, Orville Finley, Stephen
Finlev, Sarah Finley. Luoy Finley and Graville
Finley, Defendants in thit.caee, reside be
yond the limits of this State, on motion of
Thomson Fair, Ordered that the above named
Defentlaatrdo.nppear aud i>lead answer or demiu-to
said'Jtttil of Complaint within three
inotithn from the publication hereof, or the
same will bCtuJcen pro coiifcuo against th em.
WM. H. PA11KEH, a * a. i?.
Commissioner's Gfflce, )
Feb. 27, lgQft, 3m. f
David O. Hawthorn, ) , ,
Lftwson D. Franklin, ) Bill f&r Account
Creed WV Rankin and V ??c.
A. C. Hawthorn. i ) ' '
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that
LawsonJX Franklin aq&Qreed W* Rankin,
Defend In tafin the above rffated case, reside
beyond the lirqits of this Stale, on motion of
Thomson & Fair, Comp. Sol. Ordered that said
Defendants do appear, plead, answer^ demur
to said Bill of Complaint within three months
from the publication hereof, or the same will
be tuken pro confeitq against them.
W.H. PARKER, ok, a. d
Commissioner's Office )
I Feb, 21, 1800,-Jmn f
THE STATE-OF SOUTH*CAROLINA
M*iy XT. - Miller, r A,, u\v,
by next rrlnpo, l - - -
Alld^eW ^ ^8^t,eaje0*
T)LANTI?RS soeklng Manures, will >#Collect
X ? that RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE ia
the only Manure the late eminent analytical
Chemist, Professor Biokell/ of MarjluDd, prononneed
and which has been confirmed by every Section
into which this Manure hnsbecn introduced.
This Manure is sold under a legal guarantee of
Purity Slid Freedom
FROM All A1)HJiTERATlOJi!
front the eminent manufacturing chemists,
Messrs. Potts ?fc Klett, under whose personal |
supervision IUIUDKS' 8U I'KIt-I'IIUSFHATE is
manufactured. This Manure tins beon used in
South Carolina for soAeral years patt, with
grent succcssin the culture of Cotton and Cc '
und is now thoroughly established for those in.
portant staples. Do not let the present season
pa^s without the experiment.
Read the annexed bitters from gentleman who
have tried it the past season.
i. A. ANSLEY & CO,
NO. 300 BROAD ST.,
ATIIENS, OA.. Nov. 22, 1850.
T>rar Sir : Rhodes'Super-Phosphate linn been
applied l?y me this year,on a small scale, to both
Corn nml Cotton. The result eXceedep iny expectation,
although the experiments, for many
reasons, wcro not, and could not be conducted
.with due eniltion fet I'-*m entirely satisfied,
tHpt the growth of weed, in both instances, the
fruit in corn, and the number of bolls of cotton,
were fully double the yield in the portions unmanured,
and this when only a table-spoonful
of tho Super Phosphute was applied ns a topdressing
to each hill of corn, and a tea-spoonful
to each stalk of cotton?and the hist as late in
the season ns tho 18th of July. Some of the
weed grew to nine feet high, with six feet
branches, covered with bolls, while the un manured
was not half so good. It is my intention
next Year, to tPKt it. mitro full"
Your most oli't pcrv't,
(Signed) M. C. M. llAMMOXD.
UNION POT NT, (G. It. II.) Nov. 28, 1859.
Messrs. J. A. Ansi.ky A Co.:
Gent*.?I bouirliL a ton of Rhodes' Superphosphate
in liuliimore, lust Spring, Mr. II. I).
Lcitner, of Berzelin, to test, its value as a m?ritirp
T rmt nlinnfr I O* Ik? A.? ?? ?u ?
. ...,v uwvu? a Mil two. vil (111 UV-1 C Ut VJUlilUIl,
in the drill, on land that would not make over
75 to 100 lbs. of seed cotton pel* acre, without
Manure. The result is entirely satisfactory.
1 have made at least from 450 to 500 lbs. to the
acre on this very poor land. I expect to purc1)iipo
front 5 to 8 tons for my Spring crop. My
Overseer wishes tun to put his name to Ibis also.
Yours, in great haste,
(Signed) P. W. PRINTUP,
Do. 24, 1859 34 tf.
IflMPiiiiiin r.u am
itlilllll UJU11 1 JUV UUlllllfi
No. 83 Second Street, )
Baltimore: January 28, 1859. J
ItEPORT OF ANALYSIS
ROBIXSOX'S MIMPLLATED GUAXO
FRANCIS ROBINSON, ESQ.,
A SAMPLE of the above which vim taken at
your Mills, was found, upon analysis, to
be capable of producing of
Ammonia, - 8.31 per cent.
And to contain of
Bone Phosphate of Lime 45.82 " "
The above proportion of Ammonia and Gone
Phosphate of Lime is known to be most proper
for concentrated manures. Both theoretical
reasoning and the results of numerous praclicnl
experiments havo approved of it. An application
of 200 lbs. of this article article per acre,
will supply more of Cone Phosphate of Lime
than is required by any crop?thus leaving a
considerable surplus of this valuable nutriment
incorporated with the soil after cropping, and
will furnish a sufficient quantity of unimauia to
to act as a nutriment, nml at.imiilnnt
~CIIAS. BICKELL, Ph.D.
*pilE sample analysed was taken hy myself
X from the bags iu the mill where the guauo
It contained of
AtttmAnia _ - O Oil ?
AJL.AAA lAAWJXAOr) - U.^*Z pel UCUU
Phosphoric Acid, - - 21.98 " "
Bone Phosphate of Lime 47.59 " "
It 13 therefore an excellent manipulated guand,
containing cnogh ammonia to produce a
rapid and vigorous growth, and fnfiicient
quantity of phosphates to prevent exhaustion
of the soil
A. SHOWJDEN PIGGOT, M. I>.
Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
FOll SALE BY
J. A. ANSLEY & CO,
NO. 200 BROAD ST.
. ym-utiru^Jiva. tw/m..
KEAN & CLARK,
At No. 258, Broad Street,'
/\re uuw receiving bu egure new "MOCK oi,
SPRING DRY GOODS,
of every description, and are selling at prices
that defy competition.
Call and see the Goods, andlearn the prices
before purchasing elsewhere. JDon't forget the
place, 368 Broad Street, two doors above Globe
Motel fiornpr. at the old stand of Hnvilnnd At
Chichester. .v^|yt:h 23, 18C0, 6af,.
State of Sotkttf- Carolina.
David F. Ruff
Martha" R^flf 4 R?.a.1
J. J. Adams and Martha ) ?4tat* ^er a wi?.
lujdtifl&nd others. , )
VVmm&W}0 my eatisfaotion thai John J.
Marth^hmwifei Willfam F.
Marf htt Wf^.Jomph H. Buff
oearind Dleftd. answer or demar to RAiit'linb
wjthia throe R109th^jftw piiUioatioB lifcreof
or th? same trtqpp(tten^ro Coufem
Sfl; . ,F- n: PARKER, C. *>..X>. .
i tOommfwdoner'a Office } 1
/ .48 era" \
f r~ r- jw, I.UIUI>? ui returning ny^
,JL bidcera thanks td the .oitijwm of. Ab??
villa and Edgefield, fo^their'liber^^fflfona^e,
^"d itipco a return of rnj health, I^^^r.niost
v ' CONOARKE
in o wr \xr '
Formerly occupied by George Sinoloir ft Co?t
and now owned by
JOHN ALEXANDER -& COr,
Iron and! Brass Founders
Foot of Lad;/ Street. oni on thr tide of tht
Greenville Railroad, COLUMBIA S. C.f
Cliincsc Sujar-Cane Mills aud *
Fan?( of all kinds.
r|"MIK nb<?vc Cut is u 'l'liree Roller Ycrtic*
I Kltffnr I'n-n Mill -
WM.,v vimi, iiuu ib n iiuo icpr??cilin
Iron of the ono exhibited at the S. G. Agriou!'
turul Fair, and which took the first premiaip
ut the aforesaid exhibition, Premiums were
also taken hy the same firru for Griut-Mill
ilotiK, and for the beat Cast ing?.
Iron and Drass Castings of all dcAcriptiont'
made to order, and with dispatch. Stcain Ea1
^ine?, Mill Gearing, Blacksmith's Work, Waj^
' oiis, ?fce., ifcc.. made to order.
; We liave also purchased the right of Wlttf*
JTEK'S PATENT MULAY SAW MILL, tbt
the State of SouthXjarolinn.
Having purchased the entire establishment
of Messrs. Sinclair ?fc Co, including Pattern
and everything appertaining thereto, we ai
now prepared to osccufe every description of ?
work in our line of business, with neatness ana
UJHJ.uicii. JUilM ALEXANDER,
Sept.30,1350] HENRY ALEXANDER.
f N. MERRIWTK
HAVING COMPLETED III3
NI3NTTY SIX, S. O-,
(nkxt hook t<> koosuk a cartku'b.)
WOULD respectfully call the Attention o
his friends and the public generally to
his fine etrock of
T~) "R. TT m. a
and solicit their kind patronage and liberality.
lie proposes selling Drugs nslow nB any first
class Drug Store in the up-country. Ilis slock
is complete, nnd everything sold by liim i?
warranted to be fiesli and" genuine. At his
store may be found
7) V JP CTrrt'PO n i rirm<v ' " ~
J. Ui v J r ,3, t-j 1/iV / ?5', UlLtiS
Varnishes, Varnish and l'aint lirushes,
Spices, Mace, Cloves, Pepper, Teas
of all kinds, Buggy and Carriage
Also, a fine lot of CHEWING TOBACCO,
and SliGAllS of the best brands.
A large and variedstock of excellent
no Biao oners lA'nieciioiiarien,
Pure Old Port, Madeira run] Malicga
At exceedingly low figures. Also, a good article
of Apple Vinegar, Kerosene, Oils and
Fluids. Lamps of all kinds. Wicks for any
kind of Lamp*, and everything usually kept
in a first class Drug Store.
Prompt attention will be given to all.
Mnv fl. 18S9-l-tf
D E NT I ST,
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
HAS permanently located at Abbeville C
II., and solicits n shneof public patronnge.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper
and lower sets. I-^xposcd nerves destroyed and
treated, free from pain. Having purchased an
office Right of Dr. Blandly, of Baltimore, t
nin prepared to insert teeth oh the Cbeoplasti*'
process. u ' ittOffice
over ltrancb, Allen &
ward'* I>iug Store",
May. 20. IBSO. 3-tf
CAPS AND STRAW -GOODS, for the Spring
and Summer Trnde^^
^expressly for plantation
use. Also, constant!}' on hand John
Woolly'sltest quality of For JHata, manufactured
*t Gr*niteville, S.C.. Teinis Cash.
OJVREMSEff, " ~
Colombia, 8. -pt-fcnd Augusta, Gs.
March 23, 18?frT2to - JjfcV
"THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jasper Hawthorn, >
Marv L. Pruit, John ) Bill for Account, P?rM&tuis
and wife,; and > titioi?'Ai
. other#; .?* ) gf%
If APPEARING tlf at William HfMtfcand his <
children, Enoch,:Oliver &nd Ann,Tnliter
Johnson and wife, Jnne J. and Mary D. Pruit,
Defendants in the above slated case, reside bevound
the llmitiyH^-tliii State, on motion of P.
<tA. McGowan, Com. Sol. Ordered that said
. Dpfpndiinta rift dnnooi* J ' * "
.V rr"'" " picau, BDBwer or ae*,
mur to said Bill of Complaintwitbin^hMo
months from tlie publication hereof, or/lIi?ijfo)o
will be taken pro cov/enso against
WM| It, PARKER, ftWjfi,.
Comrrmsoner s Office, ) %$?&?
Feb'y 2$. 1660, 8m. f
THE - STATEJ)^ SBUTH CAROLINA*
v ' , AfMttlLLX DISTJilOT.
Equity. < **ENzabeU*
tion of 8. A A. McOdwAn; Coor d enS
... . ur tuo cam?
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