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PROSPECTUS OF THE
T HE undersigned will 1 ublish, in the town of
Columbia, about the let of February next, a
DAILY, Tat-WVIE1I.Y, and W t-IEKL Newspaper,
ltaring the title of TI! E C.\ ROIANA T1i1 ES.
The limits of a Prospectus do not admtit of a
mrinute delineation of alli the features of the conitem
jdit.d journal. It will he sificient to indicate the
,Z g.*--eral cli.ractecr of th.e* The:is. It will be a News
p:pier in tie widiest uiviiring of the term, embracing
w ithin it.. clur1rmnis all matters of iulimat:on inter
esting or us. ful to the public. It will be a politica!
jourial, chieiv devoted to the d-sszeminatiun of
.olit'e.d intellbgenee. Above ail, it will ever main
tain the conlstitutioil rights and the peculiar insti
tutiotns tof the Nonth, yicbsling allegiance to no part
w*hlei does not uneeuivoctally recogn'se those rihtI
and stout!v uphold-thue institutionrs. " In matters iof
State policv, the Times wi:l be conservzative. It
.11l oppose all changes in the fundamntlr:al law anid
the Idhiini-tr.tion of the stats, whlieil are not im
peratively demaild by the "general welti.re,' and
thieie:iiy teertained wi. of the peop:c. No mea
ueure of reforrn. ill be alvoated because it is new,
tu.1 no error in policy will be upheld though it n:ay
hlave the sanietioil of lonrt-estahl.shci usage.
ThI.e Ci.:nmierei it and .\grieniltural interests of the
State shall rete:ve their dure rlmrre of attention. The
'liies wiil contribute its minte to the developient of
h.-r ilmmene resources, and eneourage the Arts and
Seiet -:cs whi:cl nninister to the wi:.l- being, social
and political. of her pcope. A nd it .ihall be inr-ist
ed oi that ('oluilb:a, the b.arutiul capital of the
ttate, shall patrake of tile gene :al prosperity, whiiit
noSttempt will be mtade to disparage the 1.-I ad
vanta;e of other towins anid sections. The latest
iitelliience, bah foreign and dimire-tie, sha:l be
carefully rep..rted. To this end the Telegr;aphi and
other terins within the retch of the undersigned
shall be hiil uiuler tcontriburiun.
The I)Dim.i. Tie 3 wi:I be frn:.she.d to sabseri
beta at -t.: the lTi-W els .Y at .3; tud tire V eI-:
LY at $2 per aliuml, ill amirce. -
(KNE hat & LA lOTTE, Publisheru.
.1.\3IES II. OILESl, Editor.
Janr 4 -it .51
STATE CAITOL IN COLUDIBIA !
To Contractors anid Builders.
PRl( POS.\ 1.5 foir reinriv ii tire 14ll State C'arpili'
fron its preserit location w.11 be receive-t until
the 211th of -ahuary, 1854. Also, oftdrs for the.
purhalse of the l.utilding. after it has been renirebd.
with Ih., privilegi reseried ft tih.. Legi latIire of
ou:lh C:anulua to use the buid;iig until the new
State Capitol i cotimpleted. The lt usals riust in
e.nde putrimu. the old State (;apritol inl coiplete re
pair and ordler, an new funu!atiois: : nl the best
p.r-at securities, on b.nd, sili be re iiire.d front
lh. cortr;r:tor or contractr; foinr :-5,i%. . All in
formation may be rei'.id arnd sp:I ntl 'iot:iimn's It:Ill
at tle itlice of the umlersigned, between the 8tI
rnds 20lth .ofanuary, 155-I, on or before which Ia ot
<bi all projauls must be li:rled in, sealed, to rle.
fur the deLciis;on of the fl-n. Corirmissio niers.
P. 11. Ii.\M1.\l.\lSKO.1, Architect,
Office at the New State Capitol in Columbia.
.Jair 4 St 5i
- Wolfe's Schiedam Snapps.
T IlIE Liudersi.:ned has just received, in connec
tion with tither Clit)ICE 1.QU RS, a large
it of WOLi"L'S Al-M.\TIC SCUEI).\ M
SCIN A PPS direct from Ilolland~u. 'It:s imedieine
is highly recoi mei.led fiii r me iical purposes.:m d a
a bevrrae to those who iidule in army thing in
tie line of Pure H'lllad, has nuevi r been excelled
liv aiy thing ill'erel in this country. It comies in
q'uart hiott!.-s and can be had fromi the Subscriber
in any jtiitty.
Scotch W1HISKEY pure. C!'ec COGNA C
.deirai ItE, (ld. . aind tiNie CII. 1I'.1I.. NE
WIlNES.choliic. bramrds. A siplendid ass rrmenrt of
West India Fruits, Raisins, Nuts, &c.
WVithi a few I :rreis Newv Crop Orl.-ais M1ilasses,1
andri u fewv. bioxes sirprehior SpevrmA .\dami:mtine ('anii
iih-es. Thlise wiith ai; gem raih ris'rtua nt uf iFA.\!
L.Y Ol'.C E ltIi ES prvioiusly ini str, om. irkes his
Stock very co~lnpivte, alhl ir anry liat 'if wh ich wriil
be siold low. S. E. JtWlS.
I lamibutrg. .Tani 2 rf 5i
1~i.L lbet sill ->ni the irr s aloinday ini Febirrua
V ry iiixt, TW(O N Ei ROES., viz Dave anid
Ainn, biirmirg tio the Estatie iof Mrs. L. A. Ilimbbst
leceaed- li lpa the dett of said Estt..
J AS. S. & R. P. I1AlIlSUN, Fx'rs.
lX iLtL be sould on rthe iirst iiiidlry ini Febrruary
VY neXt. tupn rte Coturt llou:se telis tom the
hiighemst biidd- r,. a N EG~ i( G il: L inarmedi hrirna,
beinj.r~g ti tire E.stite oft -ilihn 1arr'son. diee'd.;
wivi chi N eero Ihas h.-m ii retrned tir unis.-lm ineilss.
T1ermis Cash. J A S. .l IA1U tSUN, AmWar.
.Ian I 5t 51
J W ILL iihler at Public Sale to tire igheist bider
iin Sarle liy in Febrmiy niext. A TI'R\XCT O)F
L.\t N 1) adjoiingzI irmc if Ir. 11. Ilurt, Benjatnin
.li liet and1. ithen-rt, cini ilningil
Three Huundred & Forty-Seven Acres,
Tot~r~s.-On a credit of oine aird two year's, wviithi
jite'iest frii.ni daite. Purichanse tunntey to. be secuir, dl
by note with two apiprove.l seculrities.
TiIEU. N. LUNDY.
Janrr 4 3t l
r 'O tarke charge of the School at I hmrn's Creek. I
.1.For fut ther prtienilars apply toi either
W A Sll. WILSE, Trustees
. 1L - FAIR.
Edgeflid C. II., Janu 4 3t 51
SI ra yed
F R.lthe Unrdersigned, on tire
-, , 2Grh Deecrmber, a very FINE
MILCIlI COW, anid a smlnl II E.)
...aCA LF. Th'le Cow is of light D~un
Color, oniliinary size?, anid in tiilerabile gooid irder.
Any inrfirimatioin respeetinrg tire saidl Cow aind
Calf will be thiankfulv received: anrd foir their de
livery in 11ambuirg n'hiberal cimp~enisationi will be
moile. C. W1 STYL''S.
Ilniburg, Jan 2, 1854l. t 51
T lUE Subscriber lost, on the 22id Decem~ber,
either in llamrrburg or somnee iL n thre Plhmik
Road between t Harrmburg and Ciiaby's old pilace, a
S.\lAL L PoQK ET BOOK, conrtaining bet weeni
onec hundred arid tifty anid onte hiundred anrd eighty
.doluars in five dolnar bills.
A Reward iif $l0 is ohflered for tihe restoiraition oif
thre Pocket-ltook aund contents to the rightful ('wner,
either to be delivered at the A dvertist r Otiie-? oir to
the Subscriber ait his residlentce near .\t. Wilinug.
- Th'le Subscriber feels assureud tliat ail illh come
safe kome, if anr honesit umann has piheked up) tihe val
uabhles. If a ralscal hais themti, a .tdy rentdering
up of thre saimie wl cover for imu a multiude of
sinrs. .JOSiAL lI'ADGETrT.
Dee 31 3t 51
- ALL thtose having decmamds againsiat the Estate
oL(f Jois. Reardeni, dee'd., will hand threm in
properly attested to hDr..tohin Lake. beiire tire first
lvif' Febmutry next, rand tfine intdebred to said
Estate, wvill tmine immieiate paymnt by (lie timec
spe Sltuiedi ir the rendel~rinig in of claimis, ir else thiey
nyay expect to ind their notes and accounits in tile
hands of ran A ttorney fimr eniletioni.
WESLEY FIllLIPS, Admn'or.
311~lE Stuitcerib~er living near Bethrany A cadeliny,
.Lalso tio alr. Gulnrphin's Sebimoh, will takhe Students
-to Board the enastuing year at moderi4ate prtices.~
11. EDJ WA-RS.
Jan'4 - f 51
* . \LL Persons indebted to the Estate of hardy
- - Whtedee'd., aire regnested to pary up by time
- in~t of' Vebru:nsy,.after which timeathreir Notes wvill
.be put ini suit fmor~lheetion.
.JA .\t S WHITE' X Ad'ors
]ENRY GRIWF[TIIS. )
Jan 4 4t 5
LLPersons inidebted tom the Subscriber eitherr
byNote mr. Accorunt due ist. dianary 1852
arnd '53, are hereby requested to catll and lay up
Fumiaultely as lounger indulg~en~Ce thau tire 1t Jau
uary next-ill not be giveut
. M. C. FRl-;LAND.
New Goods !---All New !
r IlE Subscribers are now opening at Winter
Seat in Edgefield District, a LARGE and
SPL'EN ID ASSORTMENT of
13esid Ia full supply of all other kinds of Goods
usually kept in the back-country of the State. They
have just hegunm a joint business and mean to ive
entire s:tifact:on, if such a tlinlhe possible. Their
terms will be eash or credit to suit purchasers, it
liberal discount fir cash of course.
The subseribers ask a share of patronnge from the
liberal people of the two Districts of Edgetield and
A hbeville, aml from all others passing their wat.
They intenl to ie hospitable to strangers, while all
in all to home-folks.
J. L. 11ARMON.
.J:mn 4 tf 51.
C?- Independent Press and Abbeville Banner
copy until eountermnmmidel.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
T I1 E Firm of COLGAS & L uGO is this day die
J. solved by mutual cins--nt.
COLGAN & LEGG.
January 2, 1854.
Il "11E Tailoring Business will be continued by
the ;nmdhrsign,-d at his oli stand. Thankful
to his eustomers fur their liberal patrnage heret.
fire bestowed on the Firm of CmI)ean & Leg. he
hopes by strict attention to businiss to merit a con
tiimianm of the sam. JOlHN CULGA N.
.Jan 2, l1854. . tf 51
A LL Persons indebted to .he Firm of COL.AN
A & l.icm;, either by Note or Aieount, are thus
timely notitied that they imust pay the sName by the
lt February or they will be sn. d without excep
tiont. COL(GAN & LEGG.
.lan 2. 1-54. tf' 51
r hel i.'o-I'mrtner-ship heretofore existing between
th e l'melrsigind, is this day dissolved by mu
The ntame of the Firm wil be used by J. E.
Ltnws-in liqpuidation. The books are kept at their
4ll sland. All persons indebted tm them by note
or neeouit are respeetfully solicited to come forward
,mid settle up, as their busin.ss must lie broughit to
a el-se. L E W1I. & 11AlitSON.
Liberty Ilill, S. C., Dec 31st, 1853. 3he 51
Grocery and Cotton Business
r I IE U'nderstigied takes this metlhodi of iuform
ingm his friends and (ustmers, and the public
rtiiu ale. thit having recenth purelmased from
essrs. BatuLJL & Ro-.utosN, the r entire
Stock of Groceries,
lit is now prepared to carry on the business on the
most liberal terms at their Old Stand, where he has
now on hand, and will be constantly receiving a
LA:GE, FR:ES1I and W ELL SELECTED
GRO CERIES AND LIQUORS,
Comprising every article in the line ever callei fur
be the 'l:mer,-all of which lie will be prepared tm
sell on the most ressonable ternms.
II: wil lie constantly in the market for Cotton
antd other 'ro.luce, for whieh the most liberal pri
es will be paid. T. It. -JOlNSON.
I lambulnmu g, D e 10 3mm 48
a TILL be sold at. MOUNT WILLING, the
ii re.,ids ece of the late .laemb B. Smith, 4mni
MO0N D A Y thme 23d .lannai~ry :mud dnays follmwing, all
the P'ersmnl 16tamte of said deceasedl, cmniisting~ of
Eighty or Ninety Negroes,
eingi mine mof the likeliest gangs oft Negroes* itn the
D istriet, moist of thmem haviing beent raisedi by Mir.
SmimthI. A imintg them are Curlienters, Waggmners.
Cueks, Se~mnmstremes, House Servants and FielId
Im!s. A --o,
Ilores, -YMu!esi, Oxenu,
A largze Stocek mif Cattle, S.Setm anel llogmi,
.A QUANTITY OF CORN,.
Folmh-r, Oats, Shuciks andi Cmtmmn Seed, Honusehmold
andl Kitl:en IFurmiure, Wnumegmmns, P'l:mtation Tr.is,
ne-Carriaate anid Bupy,k&e., &e.
We, will alsso mf!er at private sale A LL TIlE
L AN 1)S of 5aidi drecensed. conimstinmg -mif Eight or
Ten Thoumsantd (8,nu mr 10,000t) Aeres.
Tran s or SALry or Pr.sur. EsrATr..-All sumts
mi ant undier $i20 Cashi,-mver that aitmunt mmina
redit unitil thme 1st .1 amiuary unext, ith interest frm
te. Punrcharers will lie reqjuiredl to give Notes
with twom apmpromved secutrities.
27 Them Sale mt' the Negrmes will e--mnmence on
ITesdaiy thle :2.1th, at II ii'e~ik pireisely.
K-'.JAMIlN W A LDlO, E x'urs.
Edmgefieldl. S. C.,.Ian 4 3t 5i
Sale of Valuable Property.
JUI L. h e sonlmd at publie A uetioin tim the highest
i V bdderon M)N D. Y th l tth inst., at m
Pmlattimmu, itn Nmavannahm River,
All My Lands, stock of Cattle,
Corns, Fodder & othecr Proviions~,
COTON SEED, FARMI1NG UTENSI LS,&c.
Thme lanid wiil be dlivided and sold in four separate
tracts or .res
1. Thme WOODLAND) TRA.CT lying on time
hmaver side ot Stevens Creek and buttinig on the
2. The CREF.IK TRACT, separated from the
River tract by a line onm the Ridlge between the
Creek anid River runninig nently men the old Free
Ferry Roadi, andii terminiatinmg imn the Creek at or
near-the onldi ferry Lanmdinmg. Tm this tract is at
taeed tihe Mill Ti net mmn time east side of the Creek.
2. Thme COLLIER~ mr M ATHIS TRACT, lying
on both sides mif the R~imhe l~mad.
4. Trhe RIVElR TllA(CT lyinig on the River and
exteding frm time mouth of the Creek up to Mir.
Plamt' mf the -dit'.retit parcels will be exhibited mmn
the dav ef sale.
I will ailsm sell at thme sanme time atnd place a FEW
N EG l(0 ES whomse wives live in time nmeighborhood.
As I will hmave remiovedl all my Negroes fromtii tis
D~istriet, time sale will be certaini anmd pomsitime. Thmose
wanting giood hiaids will have an oippomrtunity uf
obtainin mg goinod biirgains.
Tfeams or SAL.-Thec lands will be sold fomr one
fmi e ashm, andl time balance int fomur equal annuaml in
stlaets wvithi interest paable annually.
The peuonal pmroperty mmm a ye;mrs credit.
Jan 4 2t
'N1ItL be sold on Monday the 16th January
'Tnext anmd the day following, at the hate resi
dence mif Da)niel Sith, dee'd.,- all the piersotal Es
tte of saidl deceased, consisting of
Thirty-Seven Valuable Negroes,
A monig themt one good Blacksmith, three wagoners,
and several Cooks, washers anmd ironers.
TURiEE TIlOUS.$D Jp[JSIIELS OF CORN,
Fodider, Cottmon, Cmitttotn Seed, Onts,
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, SHEEP AND HOGS1
U Iuseolt~ andm Kitchen Furiniture, three gomd oad1
Wagns, oue Caurriage, one Buggy, 13lacksmithm
Too!s, atid numros other articles.
Ta~us-All som Is ot S5 and under ensh.atl sums
over that amomunt otn a credit until ,1st Dec. 1854,
with two or nmore gomod secutites.
.JOllN P. MICKLER:
CIIA R LOTTE M4TUf1, Ex'o
Dec 21 4t 49
'H~E Undersigned Winey Patdgett,hlavinig ru
.nmmtnced her life interest in the fmllowinmg Ne
groes, viz; A ntontey, Satndy, Ellick, Berry and. Jay,
iy virtue of an Order from the Ordinary we wi
sll ait the late residlerne mof Arthur .J. Padgett, de
eesd nWEDNEsi)A Y thme 18th Jnmary nur,
The bovenamed Ljigely Iegre
U~pont a credit until theo 25th Decembter theres~i
--reqirintg time piurchasers to give notes with a
The above sale is pade forprtition amongst~ c
legitees. WINNEY PADGETT,
Atministrators cumn jes anntero.
Dc 28 '3t 50)
ALIL Persomns inldebted to thte Raate mof Stamonre
. I llosteini, dee'md., are niotitiedl to mlte early
payment, andI those having deimaunds against staidi
Estate will please plresenit them imitiediately, pro
pely attestled. J. A. 13L4ND, Adm'mar.
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
NU3BER or PUPILs IN ATTENAnNCE LAST SEs1oIN 67
T IHE next Session will comene on the 9th day
of Jnuary 1654.
Expenses per Session of 14 Weeks.
Collegiate )epartnent.............. 15 00
Academi do ...'............12 00
Primary do ... .$7 00 and $5 00
'upis using the I'lo i'sophical A pparatus. are
charged Extra $2,00 per Scssion. And all Puri:s
are ch:irged 50 ets eth, a Session, for contingencies.
Muni.. ..........................$1 00
French............................ 8 01
J drawing........................... S n0
Oil Paintiing.............. ......13 00
There is no eharg fior use dt Piano.
Iioard, with wa:hiig, lights and fuel $10 per
''here are no other extra ciarges, except for
Books and Mlusie slad.
- R. T. MIMlS, 1
S. F. GOOI)E, I
E. PEN N, Trustees
G. A. A I)1ISON.
A. SI.IKINS. J
Dec 28 1S53. tf 50
IlE Trustees of lethany Aead.-my take pleas- I
ore in auiuncin, to the 1.ublie, that the-ir
Sehool iwill he opened for the reception of StudeIts
on the ".nd. lownlay in .lamnary It54, under the si
pervision of the wt II known and s:uccessful l-trtie
tor. aVt. M. II rATI, hl..
Rates of Tuition the smnie as those chiarged by
the former Rector. ar. GALMIiN.
Board van he obtained iu the mo'st respectalde
families on reastuble terms and conveni-ent te the
School. WIL EY II AIR ISON, )
J. L. TALBE!T. i
Da. S. F.sT\'ENS, I
U. J. S1 l:PI'A RD. J
Dec 21 ly 19
Glenn Springs Female Institute
Rt. Rev. T. F. 1)A VIS, D. 1)., ex-Ol'cio Visitor.
Iev. T. S. A RTIIR' P it.
" .1. 1). MleCOI.l.OUGII. 1
" GlURGE I ENTON, Rector. anl Instrue
t.,r in lenal :nd Christian Science, Modern L om
gunge and Iiistory.
Airs. 1ENTTON, 3stron.
, Instruetor in Miathemiathics, Natn
ral Scienees. aml A neient L:ter ature.
Prof. G. F'. 1)'V IN E, (late u Liiestone Springs,)
I in-tructor in the theory and piractice of AMusic.
Miss C. M. READ ), Instruetress in English.
. ,-SiSN VSKI. lustructress in Draw
ing. Painting, and A ssist;nt in French.
Miss SUIllA WAifl. Y. Instruetress in Eng
lish Hranches, and Assistant in Mlathematies.
Mliss El.IZ1A P ATf, Assistant in .Musie. anl
N. B.-The corps is nut yet complete.
T IIL above institut;on, located at Glenn Springy,
T in Spartanburg I)istriet, S. C., will he openleid
for the reception of pupils on the fir.t of February
next. In converting this establishment into a
school for young laihi s, the buildings have been
thoroughly repaired and fitted up ; and in furnish-|
ng them anew no pains have been spared to make I
it. in every respect, suh a ho:ne a parents would
desire fur their dan.:hters. Pa.rticu!ar attentioa has
been bestowed upon the musical instrun-nts. and
with a large unl eflieemnt es: ps of tranehers. and a
thorou eh course 0-. study, it allords ivery advant
age to be enjoyed in any simihr institution.
A pp~ieants ar.- tdbnat ted. uf any ag, eaver s-ven
years, and placed in suchi class as they nmay be pre
pr.e to jauin.
rTe schliastic year will cosnsi-t of one sesin
divided into two terms eaf five mioenths each. begin
ning on the 1et of February and diuly. Vacatain,
Decemober and .lannary.
lRates.--For Tuitiont andl Iloardl, ineingsli wash
iliL, fuel, ligts, &e., &c., $125 pier ternm.aind there
rill be noe extra rarre, excepit far .\nsic .9:0 per1
term, and fotr Reoks, Sheet .Iuse, Drawivng .\ate
rials, &c., acttully tuedl.
Fur further itnformiationm see " I~rispeets," which
may be hadie by applyiing to the llectoar, or ethter oh
.Jua 41 3m 51
St. John's School.
R-r. Rvrv. T. F.' D.\ VhS, Di. I., Ex-Ofliciu Visa-t
llr.v. J1. D. McCUI.L(OUGl, A. 31., R~ector, I
and Instructor in Christian Sdience and lles
W M. TI.. LT.RRY, .\. M1., Vice lRefer andit in
structoir in A ncient I .anit~ga. esh d istory.
1). 1). I 0).\, Iust ructor in .\liemjatics and
Nat ural Science.
Rrei*. E. A. WAUNER., Instructor in English
1 't11E Exercises of thisI hstiiti:in will ber
. sum.-dc on the 2ad dayv in FEllli AR Y next.
Boys are aulhntted liver the age of seven ya ars
aid prepaared for thme .1 unlir Class in College: or
they may receive a thmiroutgh academicail course,
eit her Clasical eor English.
There is but one Sesasisn. (dlividled into t wa trems
oft live muonths eachl,) beginnling an the 2d Feb: uar~y
and enditng Novemnber 30i.
Termia per Sessions.
For Tuition andl lheardl, ii.eludhing washing, fuel,
lights, &c., $225, payable semii-annaiuiuy an ad
IEntrance fee $25. fear which bmoiks and itationery
are furnished the Student so long as he amay coni
tinue in the lustitutio~n.
Advanced Studemnts des-iriing private rooms will
e allowed thienm (at the diseremion of the Rector)
for an. extra charge of $l5,00, to pay for fuel,
For furher infeormatioen ap'y fair a " Prospee
tus" to the Rector, at Spartanburg C.11I., S. C.
JTan 4 :3m1 51
gr The Charleston Mercury copy tri-weekly
and al'l the other papers in the State weekly, for
A Select Classical School
XXflLL b ope'ned by the Subscriber, on the
.. liketh .anunary 1 854, about dtee nmiles North
ofLietyhil. The nmber of Students is limi
ted tee twenity.
Tuntioin $40 peur Session oft 10 months. Early
appiation mutlst be made to secuare adumiissiomn. Thd
undivided attention of the Teadher will be given to
For further information, address
Longmires, S, C., No(v 9 tf 4:3
rI1tI0OE indebted to tihe Estate of A lexanider
I llamilton, nee'd., at the time of his death, are
urgently requestly to make paiyment before the 1st
of Februaury pest, ajs after date uj)) nysiettled de.
manids will certainly be put inm suit. Tihe Unider
signed is compelled to) ciilleet these dues to meet the
demandls against the Estate, the proceeds of the
sale rmt being available for at least one year from
the 8th Dec. 1853. All those having demands
against the Estate, ate also requested to render themt
Iin by the 1st February next, in oirder that I miay as
I .rtaint the demiands agatinst the Estate.
T'IlOS. RODGERS, Adnm'rs.
Dpc 21 t 49
Fresh and Pure Garden Seeds.
JUIST Received a large and well assiirted supply
of GARDEN SEEDS from the ejebrated
Beed Establishment of Comnstock, Ferro & Co.,
warated fresh aind pure.
If~ you wish to have your Garden wiell stocked
with chouice Vegetables next year, yeon have noathing
toe do, but to get it supy of these Seeds, mnake your
ground rich, plant at the right timeu anid cultivaite
propery Q. L. PENN, Aqa~er.
Decel tf 49)
Fresh New Wheat Flour
AND YEAST POWD).RS.
JULST Received Thirty Barrels of that Choice
Flourt fromn thbe Teumblitng Shioasls' Ml ills.Evr
Barrel sold can be returned if~ not apipravedi.
Also, Oise (reiss eof Preston & Merrell's !nfallible
YEAST POWD)ERS. No, exetise fear bail bread
now. For sale iay G. L. PEl.NN, A gent.
Dee 1.1 if 49
/LL Persorns having d ematnds against Dan.
SC. Smylhy, deed., will paresenit them immedi
ately for paiymuent, and thoase in anywise ipdebted to
sail -l-state. must pay up -without di.lay, aw longer
iadulgeiice canniut be given.
J.C.SM LE, Admn'or.
..AVE NOW IN STORTE the following DO-.
I MESTI C GOODSr which they ouiler at
LOW PRICES, und to which they respectfully
invite the attention of the pub'ie.
5 Cases fine English LONG CLOTH ;
2 du New York Mdills do
5 do Old York " do
5 do .lams Stean Mills do -
2 do Nine Twist do
2 do Lonsdale do
2 do Water Twist do
5 do Newburyport do
100 .ales Str'ed 1I10\ ESPUNS for plantation use
25 4 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Brown Ilomwspun,
5 Cases 12-4 Hatamilton ShEETING,
5 4 10-4 and 11-4 A I'biale do
5 " 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Auseutney Sheeting,
5 " 10, 11 and 12-4 Munnandoc do
25 4 Very sulerior KERSEYS,.
30 Bales " 8-4. 9-4 and 1'0-4 heavy
I LA NKT
S0 " t oz. OSN A BURGS, different brands,
25 Cases CA LICO.
A ugusa, De c 14 if 48
Ladies' Rich Dress Goods,
SNOWDEN & SHEAR, Augusta, Ga.,
have received from New York
Rich Broeade and Fancy Plaid SILKS, of new
tnd splendid styls;
Sup. White Brocade and Fancy Pearl Colored
Superior Black Figured and Plain Black Silks, of
Pars Printed DeLaines and Cashmere, of ele
ant styl es;
I.upin's Plain French Merinos and )eLaines, of
he most desirable colors;
Lupin's small Figured DeLaines,,(all wool) of
temtiiful styles for children :
Ladies' Wworkel Muslin Chima-ties, Collars
Ind l'nderleeves. a very large supply ; -
Ladies' plain Undersleeves, Collars and China
ettes for mourning ;
Iaidi-s' Mourning Collars, of beautiful styles :
White and Colored Silk Blond Laces, for Ladies'
.ladies' Cloth Talmta Cloaks, of new and elegant
Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks, for mourning of beau
Ladles' Black and Rich Colored Silk Vlvet Man
Ladies' Black and Co'ored Cloth Filleberten and
Ladies' Superior Black Cashnere and Thibet
Wool Shawls ;
Ladies' Fauny Scot-h, fay State. Batervlcit, Wa
erlon and Empire Shoan s. a very large supply;
Ladies Superior Mourning Shawls, of extra size
tad heavy ;
A large supply of heavy Woolen Shawls, for
Superior Welch and Gauze Flannels;
Sup. l.:tgsl Col. Flanuls, for Le dies' Sacks;
Ladies' Cloths for Cloaks and Talmuaa, of beauti
With a great variety of other articles suitable for
hIe present season, and to all of w bich they res
etfaliv invite the attention of the public.
Augnsta, Nov. 30 tf 40
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS!
1IE ULndersianed respectfully informs his friends
1 in Caroina, that he has lRetovewd from. Ilam
or to A nagsta, Ga., on the South side of Broad
tret. opposite the A agusta llotel, where lte will
e-ased1 to see his wld friw-mla nnad custimetwrs.
le would al~ro state that hie has just returned fromt
ie North, whe. re, with eare- and attention; he hats
ureha~sei, at the LOWEST alAltKET PRICES,
large stiock of
Boots and Shoes,
Tr.ma uk, Valises, Carpet-Ba gs,
mit- every article beloinginig to the WVhtolesae and
~etalliot and Shtoe linasinaess. -which hte ple-dges
iself to sell CII IC-A P'-:R thana any othier Ilouse
Aun..usta, FOR C.\81, or ona time to piunetual
A amy one wantting~ Gowods itt~iis'ine wtill Iind it tr.
eir interest ti catll and examninte hais Stick befior
urhnsing elsewhaere-andi Ite will take leastrira
xiitinmg themt to every onec who umty favor hinm
lIe takes oceasion h-e to return lhis' hearfelt.
hatks to his' kitmi frienuds for thewir liberal patinnge
retfore b~estowedl on haitm, tand hoipes by strict at.
tioma pe r 1eseveramee itn businaes, to muerut a
onaiunee of the'samne.
Opposite the Atigusta Hotel,
A tiutnta, G a., Oct. 5 if 3
T o t he P i blic, .
IllTh' s-ubscribe-ra begt lente to inmform tei
1. frienads nnd1 thte pulie genaerally, thtat they htave
id keepa conmstanatly oan htand a large anad splendid
Buggics and Carringes,
hihl CA NNOT BE: SURIPASSED) itt any Mlar
et feor perice, beauaty of style or durability.
lavinag hadr a liong e~xperienctwe iat the plrneticatl
aart of thti- hutitm-s-s, anad havinag worked itt t-firt
stamlishmatents in the Untiein, the~y flatter thtema
lee thtat thtey can andi WILL give genernl atis
wton bto tiit whto my flavor thenm witha a call.
7 All woark warranteid.
c:- Shop nt rar oif thec Court UTnatn.
MicGRmGOR & $3M1Ti.
Edgefield, Nov 16, 1853. tf 44
STATE OF soUTrII CAROLINA,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
) A RI R M W A f L, whot is ntow in thec Cur-tody
L of thte Sherity of Edgelield District, by Virtue
f a Writ or Capias atd Satisfacienduim, tat the suit of
Axader Shnrtwton, hiavinag filed in mty Oflice, to
~eer with a Schedule otn oath, of hais estate and
fcts, his petitiont to the Court of Connnion Pleas,
rayiag tho a-tonmy be admaittedl to the benefit oif
h Aet. oif thu Genternal Asacatbly, mtade for thec
lief of inasolvenat debtors. It is ordered, That thec
aid Alexandwer Sh~arpmton, and a' iothter creditors to
tuim the atiud Parrumt WVall is itt anywise indwebted,
.nthe are~. hereby summaaonad, and htave notice to
par imeeiore alhe said' Court at Edgefield Court
[louse, onl thec First Slopday ipi Aareba [iet, or~ oj
omte othter conaveniet day to be bet apait sandw apr
toitdc, duritng the sittinag of thae said Copa t, to
low cauase. if any thecy cani, whly thec prayer Elf te
waiwd Petitionecr afowresaid shotuld nti be granitead.
T11105. G. 1BACON, c. r.. a. at.
Clerk's Ofie Nov 30th, 1853. tf 47
State of Soutla Carolila,
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT,
IN COMMON PL EAS.
;mns Jonates, Jloseph d Ken
undy anid Jlohnt McKinne, LAmenaded Decl. ua
vs. pebt F'o'ng~ltack.
['a City Counuil oif Augusta. .
Wll IEREAS the Plainatiffs have thais daty filed
Vtheir Amtended decliaration againtst the D)efena
loants, who are aibsent from and without the limit
ref tis State, sad hare nao Agornecy known w4bu
the atme upont whionma copy of the said deplar;ttion
iight be served :It is thaerefotre ordered that thec
aaid De~fendlants do appear anad pleaid to the ud de0
eliaration witlhis ja ye~tr anad a dny front thtis daute,
tterwise final iad absoheije judgnment will thent be
ivent ad awarvde against thetm.
TILOS. 0. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's Ofic, Marcha 5, 1853. y 9
S TOCKIOLDEBS of thme Ihamburg and Edlge
tiel Planak Rad Co'tmpanty, are hereby rnotified
that thec next annwaual meceting of the Stoekhaoldlers,
will take p'zce on Wiednaesday, thte iti'h lay of Jhan
iay nexat, at the C1omapany'sw Ollie itn Jljwburg, at
whaicha tinme a stattemenit of the affairs of the, Comtpa
amy ill be submitted. There will also be an elee
oat for P'resident tad Directors. A full attenadance
s ird Wl, C. SIIILEY, See. & Treas.
L. ?& E. Piatnk Road Co'ny.
De 12 3 48
A LL Peasonts ainy wise inidebted to the Estate of
. .l ohn Wise, dee'd., are hereby requested to
inake immatediaute settlement, and those hanving de-.
amatds tetnitnst said Estato will ol1-- - 1r in thecir
accouts ft cordiang to
1f 1E R .r. Lol Ilull
as a 1tenee apply
W ILL be found at all times in his Office, at
. . Edgefield Court House, near the PLANTEr's
IHe will attend promptly and strictly to business
in his profession.
Nov.14 tf 51
A GENT fr the Prosecution of Claims for Boun
ty Land. Revolutionary and other Pensions
Oflu.e at Edgelield C. IL., S. C.
Feb 23 _ tf 6
Savannah Mutual Insurance Co.
CONTINUE to take FIRE and MARINE
RISKS on the mest favorable terms, at their
Agency in llamburg.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, AGENT.
Nov. 23, 1853. 31m 44
Etna Insurance Company,
r 11E Subscriber, as Agent of( the abv2 Cm
paony, will take FIRE and MA RINE RISKS
at satisfactory rates.
E. J. BUCKMASTER, AGENT.
Nov 23, 3m 45
National Safety Insurance Co.
INSUR ANCE taken on Lives by this Company..
J.Agenev at IlamburE.
E. J. BIUCKM.ASTER, AGENT.
Nov 23. 3m 45
NEW 'FALL GOODS!
1 C.BRYAN has re ceived, at his told
. Stand, ,the Brick Sture.) a FULL ASSO[i
-CoNSISTING IN' PART OF
Rich Colord Brocade SILKS,
" Plaid SI LKS,
Superior l'Iain Black SILKS,
" Plain Spun
" Americanise "
- " Fr.-neh and English MERIN OS,
" )rL ANES. and Scetch inghamtns,
English, French and A merican P lINTS.
A GOOD .ssOIeTuKNr OF
K r3ay, PhA.ih. Bed kNegro Blankets,
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
SHOES, HIATS AND CAPS,
Which hc.. offers at the LOWES': PIRICES for
Cash, atnd Onl time to punctual customers.
.07 Call atd examine for yourselnts.
KEdgetield C. I., Oct 12 if 39
New Fall & Winter Goods.
T11E Subscriber begs leave to ofTer to his custo
T mers and friends, a very
Select Stock of Dry Goods,
In all of its varieties which he has selected with
great care in the best Northern Slarket: sneh as,
New York and Boeiston, and whieb he thinks is well
adapted to tht Fall and Winter trade.
A good Stock of all ither articles u:-ually kept for
the use of country trade; all of wh'eh will be sold
low for Cash, or on aceonnnodating terms to pune
The very highest Market price will be paid for
Cotton anti other produce in exchange for Cois.
M. W. CLA RY.
Sept 28 h85Af - _
SNOWDEN & SHEAR liave received
from New Y.rk
Ladies' white and black 3e1erino and Lanbs Wool
Ladies' heavy flecy lied blaek flaw Silk Ihose :
Ladies' whiite, black amnd :date coioreyd Etnglish
etletmen's tupecrior Cotton and Mlerino Half do.:
Alissts' ntd Youthl's I [ose, a fulil assortmtent:
A large suppijly' of Chmildlren's faney Cotton, Woersted
*atnd Silk I loistery
Laie Silk unid Mlerino Vests, w'th long and short
Gentlemen'es alerino and Silk Shirts anti Drawvers.;
Misses' lerinot \'est.":
A cmnplete assortmtentt of Alexander's Ladies' Kid
rTe pubelie are respectfully requested to (call and
exaie thte assortmettt.
Nov 23 tr' 43
r 30 take chtarge of an INSTITU:TION OF
LLEA RNiNGt about to be establishtee. in lEdge
ield Distr'et, Smuthi Catrolina, en Sweet Water
Creek. antd abeeut eightt mnilees frtttt ilamiburg.
The School is tenvteed int one otf the tmetst heatlthy
portions of Edgefielid and in mzi etnlighitenced, tmoral
Every facility, sur-h as board anoteh.-r comfortes
wvil be extettded to the Punpils, andI every menn of
support in abutndancee, will be :tlurdled to thte getne
ral advateecnttnt of the* Iustituitiont.
Te Seminary hasw already a permntetnt Capital
Stock of Thtirty 'lTousantd D ollatrs, with a prosepect
of conmstantt itterease, unttil its edowtttent shall egnal
ttat of any Steminary in the State.
Whtilst ''encihers 'vill b~e futlly sutta~ined in ennsing
o erder. anid itn enusinng the best dliscipelint., antd the
.-st system of learning tee be oabservedl int their
Schootel: they will ht- ree~pdred to ceeme qnntl hied to
tech te very hi.heat bratnehes that -are tinnghtt in
the State, andi to conie rectottentded by the very
bet andI most reliable tauthority. ,g
Two.g Teachers-one foer Mlkt. nn th-e othier fmr
Fetales, are wated : and they are expeted~ to be
reay tee undlertake theoir charge ont the tirst Mlonday
ir February ntext.
A pplications mutst be nadercessed to Capt. Reobt.
,leriwether, Chtairmamt of the Beoartd of Trutsteas,
at Ivy Islatnd P. 0., Edgeield District.
GEO. ]BOSW ELL, I
SAM1L. GETZEN, Trustees.
A. P. BTLER,J
ANDR EW .J. IhAMlaOND.
Iambeurg Rceublican will iplease ceepy until forbid.
Sept 21, 1853, tf 3t;
TilUE Preopriettor eof time "* Vitn-rv S-ror..' wottld
.ineform the ptublic that lie haes on haend, anti is
fron timhe to titti recivinig sut-pplies of
All Ktnds of Toys for Girls and Boys,
Snuh as D~olls of tell leseri ptieonse, Cryittg 'Habies,
Purgelaitn, AlIabaster, Indeia Rubber antd libt Ileads,
ande sec very large Wax D)olls, ith aturad hair,
m oig eyes, jatd as naturtal as life.
M.\lmLES of all kited, Rnebber BATLLS, &o.,
&c., andi whten you visit Augusta jusat pg|l int ar)
buy a nice present foer the goeod wife, tlhe darlitng
boy and thme beautiful girl--as I have sotmetlhig
te suit each oene, atnd pterhaps yoeu may see some-e
tigib t) S jf, " Nio. i."
JT. A. GURLEY,
155 Broead Street, A ugusta Ga..
Sept 5 1,f 34
N o t i c e.
LL Persotns indebted to John Tomtpkitts, by
Neote or Account, are notified that all debts
eot liquidated by the 15th February 1854, wilt be
pIeed in the hands of an Attorney fotr co'lectiont.
D. C. TOM1Kl3S, AUKNr..
De 5 10t 47
A LL Persons indebted to tihe Estate of Warrten
F. Winne, dee'd., arc earnecstly solicited 1,
nmke paymenut forthwith, anti those hiaving demands
against staid Estate will please render Ihemt in imc
memdiately'. JEREMIhil SEIGLE R, Ex'or.
No - m 43~
ChapmnauR' Cottoun Gins ?
W AE still meak these best of COTTON GINS,
attr old sand4. We warrant themt to give
sattsfaton, whtiah thmey never fail to don.
All orders thankfully received ad promptly at,
Pesns who find it more convenient will please
inquire of Mir. Loo llma.L, Edgetield C.11i., who
vi keep 'in hand onme or mtore of thtese Gimns for
sale. Address CIIAPMIAN & SONS,
Coleman's X Roads, Edgeield, S. C.
Sept 15 f 3 5
L o.s t
ON Saturdtcy evening 24th inst., betweeni my
pJlnee and Edgelieldl Village, a stmall L EAT Ti
E. POCIKET BOOK, containing $LtJ or $5
All were Tens' except omne whmich I thimnk was a lFive
dollar bill, anid as well as I can now renmemmber all
were on the Ilameburg Bank.
Amy informeation concerning said Pocket Book
will be thankfully receiyed, or atny one fineding the
sanit and return it tinc eili be liberally rewareded.
~ Pe.2 S R3\N
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &a,
WI &; J. H ILL, Hamburg, S. C., would in
" form their friends and customers that they
keep constantly on hand, at their old Stand, a
LAlOGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK,eon
sisting.in part of the following articles.
F INE CUTLRY.
A I assotttment of '(cket Knives, Knives and
Forks, Scissors. -&c., &c., bth of English and
Tin and Copper Ware,
Every articlo of Tin Ware kept always on hnal,
and urdlers received for any article that mlay be
needed in the Coplt-r, Tin, or Sheet Iron line.
A good] assortment of Beating and Cooking Stores.
The latter are recnnmended to housekeepers for
stentness and economy.
Gnus and Pistols !
A full assortment of Guns, from ordinary to very
fine. Colts' repeating 'istols, Allen's gevolving
and Self-Gocking Single Barrel Pistols. Also, oom
A large antd complete Stock of Smith's Tools, con
sisting of Anvels, Bellows, 'Screw Plates, Band
and Sledge llammers,'Fdes, Rasps, &c.
lmbrtneff all varieties of Plains, Saws, Chesels,
Angers, Hlamnmers, Hatchets, Squares, Comnparsts,
Axes, *tizes, &c., &c.
. Spades and Shovels. .
Slames and Shovels of the best qualities. AlsoL
Manure Forks, Hoes,.&e., &c.
. ' CHAINS.
Lg, Ox,'Trace, Waggon, Coil and halter Chai's.:
Boilers and Caldrons.
IA variety of Boilerk and Caldrons, by the pr.per
use ef which farmers will find a great saving in
feeding Cattle and Hugs.
CASTING AND HOLLOW WARE.
Pts, Ovens, Spiders, Tea Kettles, Wulie and Wa
fer Irons, Fire Legs, Waggon Boxes, Grid Irons,
Smoothing Irons, lorters, &e.
300 Kegs cf Nails, assorted sizes. Also an assort
ment of English and A nriea Horse Shoes, and
Ihorse Shoe Nails. Coutye Toasters, and Cotton
and Wool Cards.
Straw Cutters and Corn Slpellers.
The most approved Straw Cutters, and Corn Shli
lers, which tarmers would find great economy to use.
Chain Pumps and tixtures-au excellent inethod for
draw ing water from wells.
d' All the foregoing articles sold on the most
1lamnurg, Oct. 26 Gm 41
GEORGE ROBINSON & II. B. JACKSON
have .seuciated thentsclves together, for the
transacting of 'a
General Hardware Business,
Linder the style of RoumNSoN & JAcKsoN, Illamburg,
where we will always keep an extensive assortment
of EVERY TIlING in that line, together wit
Saddles, Uridles, ligrnes, Leather, Trunks, Whips,
llamburg, April 27 'tg - 15
ROBINSON & JACKSON,
HAMBURG S. C.
T now on hnu a most complete Stoclk
II of Hardware, amongst which may be
200 Ton Engl:sh and Sweed Iron,
500 Kegs Nails,
20,0t0 LIs. Castinigs,
5tn Dmz. Ceollinas' A xes,
73 Brade s' Pante nt ITrots andl others,
5 " Superior Strntw Cutters,
2ti " Spades and Shovels,
10 " Rakes,
Tilletseen and othecrs make of Vices and Anvills,
Trne, Haelter ,-Lege Fifth ande other style of Chaminsa,
A coniplete Stoeck of Poncket and Table Cutlery,
--ALtL sTVLEs OF- .
Plaizns, Sawvs, Chisels, Screws, Ilinges,,
Kniobs, hnellows, Bitts, Guna,
PistoLs, Shot lBngs,
Powd.-r Flasks, Cotten aind~ Wool Cards,
Well Wheels. Kettles, Stew Pans,
Fryin'g Panns, Gridinons, lanmmners, 1llatchnets,
Teksn, Wanfer, annd Waffle Ironts, Caindle Sticks,
Ste'elynards, Mairking G unge's. Siriit Levels,
Andit 'nts, Shoevels and Teengse, Screw
Plates, Conmpasses, Thlum
G ungcs, Percursion
Hlamnburg, A pril 27 tf 15
Hardware. & Cutery Soe
1 EI I S UBSCRIBERS hnave just reeceived their
Fall Stock of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Conisting of Ainvils, Vices, Bellows, Smnithns Unm
mers, Screw Plates, Stock and IDies, Ilerase Shte
Nails. R aspls. Files, llaind and Cut, iSlill, and all othmer
kind ref SAWS.
50th deozen of till kindls of Locks.
500) " " " IKnives.
3ntt0 panir Pistoels of all kindes.
In tGtts. Ceolts Revoker es, Allenis do.
WVnangn Chiimn. Cnstinigs, liies. Screws, House
Funishineg Goals, anid everytinig else cunanected
with a liardw arc llouse.
Corn Shtellars, Strawv ('ttters, Slills, te genine
Callints A xes, A dze~s, -lUnte bets and all kinds Edge
We wouled respectfully solicit a share oif patron
ne, atnd anything sold by us will be warranted of
tne best tmanufactunre.
MULLAREY & O.\KalAN.
A few donrrs above hinsuranee Baink, Augusta Oun.
sepet. 28 1853. tin 37
5O IIDS. SUGrAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
200 Ungs COFFE E.
25 H lhds. MOLASSES,
2001 Coils ROPE, someti very snpterior,
1010 Butles Gnntiy annd Dutnee BAGGING,
3t1 Wheele, iI:ulf nal (.nnrter H bls. No 3. No 1.
atal Sk-ss ACKER EL, nlso Kits,
" A ndl we wonuld AL~so state," that we hav: a flane
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
flodsteds Chtairse, Snaddles, Osnaburgs, Stripes,
ropn, Nais. Oils, White Lced, Shot, Hur Lead,
Salt, Cheese, P'owder, Saeap, Rlic,
Banconn, &e., &c.. &c.,
And in fact, every article usuanally found in a Gro?
ery Stoare. J. SIBLEY & SON.
Ilamnbtirg, Noev 14, tf 44
Grocerics ap4d 8taple Goods.
W E hnavenow Ott hand, tad shall eanntinue to
receive ndlditioens thrtoughotut the business
seaonn, a COMPLETEK STOCK OF 01R0CE
RIS, comtnprising every thting usua'lly kept in a
Grery Stone. Atmong which niny be enumnerated
tnt. following :
uininy and Dunmdee Bagginig,
JMale 1lope atnd Twimna,
Bacon aind lanme.
A'ilassest annd Syuars of every descriptios,
Nails, Putty antd Ghits,
Linseed and Train Oils, and Whuite Leud
Salt, Wean, Shtmes ;andl E'ankets;
Tobacco, Lgthner, Colgee and 'Tea;
.Ostnatburgs, Browit Shirtngs ppd Cotton
.Ri-ce, Soap, &c. For anle op tine muost rca
ILARK & BUCKMASTER.
Hamnnburg, Nov. 1G 3m ___ 44L
Wiskey, Ruma, Brandys &c.
0[ BAR R ELtS Rectified, Monongahecla and Mil
V ler's Old R ye W HISKEY,
New Enaglanad inte Jamtaica R UM,
A m..rientn and Holland GIN,
Amnerienin and Freinch BRANDY,
Maeia. Te.nerit.' and Malaga WINS,
Peppermint, Cinn.amnn and Perfect Love COR
LEMJON SYR UP. by tine Gallon or Bottle.
Irish and Sctotehn WHISKEY,
Cider and White Witne VIN7EGA I?,
Pnt, Uniif-pinit and Quart FLA SKS.*
Wine. Lenmon Syrup anti Porter #0TTLES,
DEMIJOIIN$, all sizes.
E. HODGES, AGENT.
N ov 29 if 46
Oni hand and1 for Sale
A SI.PER IOR Lot-of WINES antd LIQ UORS
which will be sold ip quantities of Three Gal
ltnn, or mtore, by i". M. N)CIIOLA6.
PIANa-FORTF.S, BOOKS, USICG, o: .
THE Subscribers.*Uld caledat-',
tention to their Splettdlaiftt4 .f
f 6 61, 61 and -7 Octavos from the cel --
%Ianufactories of BAcoN. & BAvxs, UhzatLrTO
Baos. and A. U1. GALE & Co., of New York.
lhese are made front the best and thoroughly sea
ined materials, with all the latest improvements; -
md are WARRANTED to staid the varioe
?hanges of this clinnte-and for equality and sweet, -
tess of tone e-nmit be surpased. -
Their BOOK and STATIONERY department
!onsists of a good aisot tncat-of
School and'Xiscellaneous Books, -
A nd all the Cheap literature, a soon as published -
is well as a large and well selected Stock of S$ta
'Their Stock of PRINTED 'MVSIC is the:
n the State, consisting of all the popular Songs1 7.
Waltzes, Marches, Variations. &e.
.07 New Music reeeived every -week.
Musical hastiuments. -
They also keep an elegant.assurtment .of the fol- -
'owing instruments on hand viz:. - -
Violins, Guitars, Violincelfis lari
nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns,
[ENOR-l fANS,.F1UTINAS, FLAGEOLETSj UAN 'SS
- FLUTES, &c.
Also, an assortuent of Msical Mereltand):e
Se An assortment of superior Violin:*nd (satar
STItNGS, always tn hand.
All the above articles iwill be sold for Cash or
ood paper, by CEO. A. OATES & BROS .
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga,
Nov 9, tf 42
tew Fall and Winter Goode
LL ER & WARRES ",
H AVE Just t ece ived, at theie.Store, Corner op4 r'
posite the Mansion House, a large.and
leto Stoek of FALL AND WINTER
Brocade and Rich Plaid SILKS,
Brocade and Striped Black SILKS,
Embraidered Mlerino Robes,
Rich Figured Cashmeres and D'Laines1
Plain French and English lleriiios,.
Saxony Plaids, a beautiful article forClilorea ,
Drsses, .." ,
Col'd English Flannels, for Children and Ladiest
Super. White Gauze and Welsh Flannels,
Black Alpacca and Canton Cloths, for Ladiest
Black Chally, D'Laines and Bombazines ; .,
French, English and Amerien PRIi.
French CIIEMIZETTES and SLEEVES
Collars; Worked Bands: .
Muslin Edgings and Insertings; Trish Linens
DamaskTable Cloths, Table Napkins and Doylesi
12-.4 lleavy Barnsley'Sheetings,
Together with a- fine Stock of SATTINETS,
Kientucky JEANS, CLOTHS, CASERE:.
We respectfully solicit a 'call from our friends. :
md customers, and persons visiting the city would 4
1o well to give us a look before purchasing. - -
Augusta, Oct-12 6t . 3$
Rich Carpets and Cur;a
NOW DEN & S H E A R, have zeeeWed "
front New York
.Richm Tapestry Velvet Carpets, of new and splendid -
styles; ofrc;n lgn
Etgish Ern..sels Carpets,frihndegattyg
uperior Tapestry Brussels and Venetian Carpets *.#
upeior Ingrain'and Three lPly Carpets.; ;
Printed .1-loor Bizes, by the yard, and in'patternl
'arets, fur Unals and Bed Rooms, ativery lu
uperitor white Embroidered ILace and Muslin Caro~ .2l
Rich olored Damiasks, for -Window Cut-tans ;- - *
Frenht Window Shaides, of elegant designs;
Cutnin Bands; rich Cornices; Brs and Plate& -
Stair Rude. ..t
Furniture Dimities and Cotton Fainges, a largo
French Printed Table Covers,, of extra size and
To all of' which they respeetfully invite the at-.
tentiin of thte public.
Nov 23 tf - 45
'Il Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
the Unidersignzed, is this day dissolved by Mu
The nme of the Firm will be used by either par-'
ty iin liqjuidation. The Books nnd Notes will ho
kept at their Old Stand. SA LE & L ARK. K
August 10th, 3853.
COP ARTNE RSH IP.
V] TEaUve this daty assoeiated curselves together
V V for thep purpose of doing a.
General Groccry Busines
Under the Firm oif LA RK & BUCKMASTER,-at
:he Old Stand of SAL.E & L.AEX, whtre we slni -
:ndeavoar tao deserve a continunee of the very lbe
ati patrnalge heretofore extended to the Late Firss
af S & L.utE, and of JEFFFtits, CoTitaAN & Ce'..
L ARK .& IUC101ASTERv
August 10th, 1853.
BEING compelled by ill health and the lnereako
of my indiviadual business to withdeaw fraonr
the Firmi of SAL.s & LARK, I take this opportunity
o roturn iiy most grateful thanks -to my. frienlds.
id eutomers foar their patronage so liberally. bes
twed, aind to-caanmend to their favoar and. patro
ige the New Firm of Lan & Brc~tAs-rrxa..
A Aug 0, 1853. 3m 4
For the Planters! -
0 SU U 100~t bbls.Kttwe'sGUN
andl SA LTS.
0 Bblu. Kettlewell's CTTEI~iCA L SA LTS,.
301 " Pure groiund PL.\ST ER.
Te above celebrated Mantires for sale by
JlnniJ. SIB14, & 'O0; -..
HabrNov t f 44 -
gr )e Laureneville TIgrald, Independent Press
and Aniderson Gazette will copy the above fuon
Oime s, and fo ward biils to J. S. & S O . -
Beach Island Land for Sale&+
Ti;Subscriber ofrers at private sale. FIVE
HUND RED A CRES of Bcec Island Swaa-'p
LandI, lying on the River, and adjoining lainds off'
Smuel Clatrk and James T. Gardner, and rantea
he present year.by .Jam~es T. Gardner. -
A bout 400 acres of the above Tract are elbared~
and well improved. The balance in Cypress and
other swanmp timiber.
Tems made easy to a good purchaser.' A pply
to . R. B3RADFORD.
Silverton. S. C., May 4 tf 1
L Positive Notice. IS -
LLPersons indebted to me by Judgemnt
Nate or Aecount, pre thus timely notified that -6K
lpnger i:adulgec pau5L ot be. asked nor (expecdd,
for it CAN NOT be grapted.
W. P. BUTLER
Nov 23' tf 4
A L Persons indebted to the Estate of Joshua
.H ammnopd, Sr., dee'd., are-requested' to pay -
p by the 10th January 16i54, .and those having
claims against satid Estate, will render in their A e
counts by thjat titme, as l intend then to close up said
Estte. JAS. REYNOLDS, Adm'r. 1
Nov 23 8: 45,
Administvator s NotiCe.
L lL Persons indebted to the late AT. ,L. Grfl
.,Es., pt his-death are urgently riegneated t
jnake paymep), before the 1st February next, a
ftpr that date all settled demands -will .certainly
be put in suit. -
The Undersigned us compelled' to colleet these
dues meet the dejnands against the Eifte-t~"
proceeds of the pales not being-available for a I
on yeas from the 1oth of Dec. .1853.
al. L. BOIIHAM, Aapui ,
Nov 30 0t %t
O7 THE reneds of LieuL. L. CORL Ir
nounce him as a CandIdate for Manjo~ of2the~.~e
Battalion, 9th Regiment, to fill the vezo
sinned biy the pyontion of M . B . T