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PHE Subseriber respectfully informs his friends X and the publc generally that he Iam on hand, at the Store formerly occupied by WiLL is & CUnisTir, a Stock of Desirable and Seasonable-Goods, Which he will sell VERY 1.0W FOR CASH! They have been put in l..hi- Inws on sde ,n such terms a will enable him to sell then at C' 6T, and many of them eomiderably U N 1; E11 COST. All those who desire to purchase goil bargains will do well to edl and examine the :St'k. E. PENN. April27 tf 15 New Goods! New Goods!! T H E Subscriber would rcspe:fufly invite atten tion to his Stock of SPRING & SUMM R GOODS! It is one of the LARG EST and BEST that lbehls ever had the pleasure of offerig for sale. For the Ladies he has PLAIN, FIG'D and PLAID SILKS, BAREGE DE L..\INES, PLAIb 1) UA REG ES SIl.K T ISs U ES. PRINTED .i A CON ETS, 1;(7SLINS ANID l.AVVWNS. FINE WORKEI) CtLLAIS & IlIKFS. CIIEM ISEETS & SIEEVEl . WIIITE & BLACK LACE MANTILLAS. Together with the above, ie ha a :;ne assortn't 0 Grocerics, Croieicry. F1U-ardware, IATS. BOOTS, SHOES, <4-c. All of whielt will be sold at moder ate prices. - A liberal diseount always a.loweol for Cash. Ii. C. URtYAN. Edgefiell C. 11.. Matreh 15, tf 9 Rich and Beautiful Goods AT THE NEWAOD ELEGA\T DRY G00S STORE OF WADI & BCRC A1D, Or:'oszT MASOIC iLL. ArGes-T., G EonumA. are now rceiving our 6P'llNG AN) 1.'131E R stppli-s of Rich and Elegat DryeGoods, Selected with nuth care iii all the Northern Mar kett. amd we take grea1t jeaSre in invitingZ the Iat tention of ail in want .%X FA MILY SUPl'LIES, fetling assured that we cax o~er the best bargins to be fund in .\ uitsta, In ele.rznt.-pring SI LS, Rich Weddizng SI LKS. Organdies. Tissues. Breizes, French Jacnets, Lawns, Black, Birocade Silks. Also, one o the largest Stocks of hih Lustred Black TALIAN SIL.KS,-tle most elegant Goods ever oil'red in Augusta. New and beaut'ul P.rielan PLAIDS. in Silk and other Fabries, with rich combiation of Colors, in cludiu the gay, the grave, the rich, the elgaint and chaste. E1I1ROlDERI ES of every descrition,-and in fact every other kinl of Drv Goods suitable for Ladiesanii Childrun's wardrobes. SHlAWLS OF EVElIY KIND.-In this Dc partilient wi:d he found somie of the Imiost eleant Emb).oidercd Crape SilA W LS, ever exhibited S-jutl of the I'otmite. MO U RN ING GOODS in great variety. .: erican. Engln aiid FiUre CALICOS and GL\G hA MS8. lIOUSEWIFE and FAMILY GOODS-As Iri.<h Linen. Lini.-n Shiietin, P'illow Case Linen and Cotton, Table Damask, Napkinus, Towedlinis, Diapers. &e. Augustat S i E ETINGS and SIllRTINGS, Cot ton OSN A BU RGS ant Georgia STEi 1PES at the Mlaim,*acturer's prics. ~:F .ou Goods will be oll'redl at a stnall ad valee up-'n the original cost. ftr C.\ S~l, w ho'esale ant retail. Thev wit b - showti freely, represent eda fairiv. and subtmnitted to the tnbiasnel judgement of the purcheur. V' Orders accompanied with the ttoney wil have our prompt attenition, and the exercise of our besit jud;-ment. WARD & IURCIIARD. Auzusta, larci 27 f II Ladies' Mourning Goods, W ILLIAM SHEAR, Auunta. G.. ha LA1ES' M310CisN IN 0 GUD, :noi'ng wic ~h atre Lupin's Plain IBlack Clil.\ 1..Y, of the lest qual:ity: Lupin's lIlack Suminier B.UM B.'Z-N ES f atban tiful styles; Plain tilack LA. R EG ES and MlA LQt'S.SE, of ex Plain lilack lknrege Dr.I .\ IN E'S: Plain lilnck GI EN .\ I 'N ES. an elegalnt article for Mlouring~ I )rt sses; Mlournnn 71USIi Ns anjd L A WNS, in a great va riety otf sty I~s; Mournnint: G1INC II.\MS., of superlir styles and qualt ity: Su~iperior I tlic. .\ LP.\ CAS :ni~i Cantotn C I.(ITIlS: Supierior Engisha Iiaek Clt.\ l'ES, for aeil anI BIk. Lovie. l.isle and Crape V EIlS.. sonme of extra Lai est \loturning Camibric and Latwni IIANDI KR (ilIFFS;I r-iie' \l'.urning FANS and PAR.\SOLS, of beauti:'ul sile5 1 To ill of whih -b h-- attenion of the pub'ie is re speerfunlly in. ited. AGNEV, FISHER & AGNEWV, NEWflERRY C. H., S. C., I31P O lT'EI(ts & EA.1L E RS IN HARDWARE, P A I N T 3, OILS, Widow Gt;n a, Groceries, Dry Goods, &c,, And PLuyers otf Coton anid couintry protuce. Ef' Plantirs visiin:: this Mharket wilt tind it greatly tn their :iniv:mntaige byv giving: is a call. *A(GNEW, FIhSilEI~ & AGNEW. Newher:-y C. I1.,.p i 13. tf 13 117 The 'Abbeville liannecr wilt please copy four monthus. AT THE IRON FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE, N~ascnic Hall, Augur:ts., Ga. ALDRThD] & OAL DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Garpet Bags, &c, AREI tnow rceivingr their F.ALL ST(C o .tGents, L~adies, Mlisses, 1Boy. Youths and' Children's Sil' ES of the Aind the best thiht can he bonthit. Our Assortmecnit cotundeis LV ERY AR1 I('LE usualy kept in lie lartgest lII t and Shoe Stores. -.1.1 .s Vatii:-r ms - PLANTATION BROGANS A-NI) 110 U.SE SE||VAXTS' ..JIUElS llt of which we will sell on thle most reas'ontable ternms. _Augu-tat, Oct 12 tf 3.9 R E 30V AL Boot and Shoe M~anufactory. :s-,. IIA\VING removed to fthe Store 5h adljoining Dr. A. G. Tui:.r:'s 'Drug Store, as usual. I amn pre pared to make to order, Fine Dress, Double Soled Water Proof and Pump Boots and Shoes, Of the very BEST MATERIA LS, aiid an excel len, lit always warranted. -Also. on'hand a large variety of BOOTS andn SHOES of my own mrantufacture, which wilt be disposed of on reasonable termis. WM. MicEVOY. Nov. 10 tf 44 gg N. B -W:nted. three apprentices to learn lie Shoe-making business. Pltea-e apply soon. N'otice ! A LL Persons antvwise indebt.-nl to the Estate of lJohn Wise, dhe'd., are hereby renjuested to make immediate settlement, :iint i hste aing de mands against said Estate will pleas; renter in their accounts forthwith, properly attested. accordiang. to aw. SII)N KY WIS E, Ex'ors. B'. IL MILLER. Oct 26 tf Hampton's Shop I S Re-opnied, at the finot of thne hill, immiediately ait the e.ntr ance otf tihe Plank Roadi into Mlain Street, and rnearly opposite Mir. Witt's residniice. He. "hoes qlorses, makeiks lows, [roni Waiignsnt, mends Wafie Irons, Lays A xes, and does vari'us other thiintg after thle ol style, lie lots adopted many of thle mehalit hitn.rovemnts, in tact atll of them excepft that of leblitnig his work. A nd he humbly a.ke a ec'l. rn I ILI is PROSPECTUS OF 'l E VALLEY PIONEE R. T E Under!igned w11 publish in the Town o 11an:lburg, a new W EEKL YPAPER on o: abit the li&st of Septenber next, bearing the abuvi title. It will tbe t. aim of the Putirier to condue ti " \ALL T PlONEE!L in a style that will imake i acceptabte to all cla"es or reader; to il3 its col umas with general intelligence, the news of thi 6-, hslitr 'e.0 itecdotes, tales if real life, poetrv light litcrai ure, humor and wit; in fact, to make i sitl a New .papjer. 'The " \.A-LuEY IevE.IC' will advocate the Com. mrere:al intertst and initernal improvement (of tI, State, the bu lding ofr Ile savalinahll River Vall. and <11.hlmb'a and1. llaltlmlg Ulail Lloads. it wil be inldependent in polities, not idenifying ilts-l wih any 1atrty, but tirnly opposinig suei micamurel as are in1jurilouis to the prosperity of the State, and the cou vil at larie. The Pulflsicr wil be al.!y assisted in the Editoria Deprtment1, 'eh, with htis c:Ierlence im th N.Stiaser pulblhing b i hess, and the extrenn low resl of subscription, will nmake the paper f welcic v1s'tolr. TEr.alS -One Dol'ar in advance. No paper wil be foritarded nuless the motney acetuliany thr giriler. .\ ny person procurinl, tenl subsIcrihrs. and fr lwa: lditng the lloney Fur the same. w.11 rveeive ont coply gratis. -1- -\. IISWNl 3N Ihatburg. A zt 10, 1 5 - Charleston Standard. I-.V per annum in adVanCe... .... ..K6., TIu.I-\\'IF .vL , " .......... .,0 Wea, - " ..--- ,00 r"H IS .iournal p'esents a illy report of the cot ti rnarket of Charletoil. a daly relort of til m1::kets of otier cities, it daly rupoI tof t he arrival' :an1.1 de:1 II 'Ire if vessvls, andi a da,'y sunniary el nes ::nd telerapIhie informatin. It as" :-ents wkly retport upon the entire imarket. inlUig otn rain, hay, poee c::.Irat.ve 1in; s of' the ipts 11111 exports . ePi.on, rice. Ilnillie. :ke. \- tables :.huwittg Ill ,riee f st<c-ek, himt i !!,ecan e c A brief but careful ieiati is t iv:nl to all the ieiaiig hl.qustjiIls that arise. spar;ng iicitheli lablor, pmiin<, nur expense to keep up with thle tin-es : ss i-h as httiecl oe :1io apossi~le, we wil tell our readlers all1 we knlow abloutthm All Postmtasteis in the State may receive sulb seriptiolls fo-r us, and persols piyillg 1inl1ney itt their hIands Will have the Iipr -ent to te ii1irdres L. W. SPRATT & co. A mg 10 _m _30 Copartnership Notice, EORGE ROBINSON & 1. B. JACKSON have ss.cid themselves togetler, fur th traiiatiinz of a General Hardware Business, tnder the Stvl" lof ROIxINsoN & .ACSON, I ianburg, where we wiIl * wa., keep an extnisive Issrlitmnllt ,4 ]-:\'EY T1,J". inl that linle, tozelbier with t-ddh-s, iHileS, larness, Leather,Tru nks, Whips, &es-C &C. 1atisurg, A pril 27 tf 15 ROBINSON & JACKSON, IAMBURG S. C. AVE n w onand m ost collplete Stock 1 o 11agrdw r %%'R' ainoi:gst which may C roundI 2M) Toll English anid Sweed Iron, 5011 Kee-s Nail%, 5ll 1ih,z. Co01llns A xes, 75 "rales' ltint I Toes anil others, 5 Superir Straw C('Utllers, 21) spades andl Shl4velS, 11 " likes, Tillets-n anl ohliers i:tkIe of Vices and Anvills, Erace, H alter, 1.I2. Fifth ::nli Iber style of Chains A colliplete Stck of .leket and Table Cutlery, - ALL STvLI.S OF ]Plains, Saws, ('hi84ls. reslie, Kniibs, iellows. itts, G uns, Pstol4, Shot ;-zs, . Powder Flasks. Cottn-ti aid 'Woll Cards, \Well WIels. lhIttes, Stew Pans, Fryin : PansGriitos, o:ner. ats, ais, itfe. :mdil 27 il tfns C: 1eSies 1)teeVirt-ds. .\rig (i une, SpiiotoLevels Gu iet i.Isalles l'rlcein-.si-l FI e eld Coui~rt lloutse, onl the tir.-t .ileitday in Jet Il)ble nt, tih. el Illowing prop~erty inl the fol N. Wt. Stewav~rt vs. Wt'm. T1hiomnpsoin, One Lta res, adjiingt lands oif Wmz. G. Wihite. Rev. Wadre Glover vs. A. Hjolley & Co,.. WVise Hlol eV and Robt. Hanilkinl,.n. live Negroes, viz: Jive, Bill. P'altee andt heri two chtibiren .\ary ud I Charily-thle pro-perty of A. Iloller. James1 L. IlJill, Assignee, vs. John i3fand, One A Ibuer Pecrrin vs. Johni F. P~ttrris.s :lnd B. HI. IoIwanl. One Tract ofi Landi confltaining~ Six undredl hierle, mollre or' less, :liijoiinlg Itmtds of 'I. T. Tr::vlr.11. Edwazrik :1111iilthers, the pro 10eh~rd 11ardly vi. Johnuz II. Terry and John11 uired aicre, mnure zor less, adjiing anids of . . Gurin. A. Lowse and other-u. W. P. Buzt er vs F'. TIimon-rman ;~f W!~iliamns & britie v-s The Samte, Onie 1Tract of Land con-r ining one11 tihndr-ed :iecs, mtore or lei-s, adjoin nI iands ofI Heniry Otuzts anid others. Cohlghtn & Legg Is Wte-.ley PhIiihips, A5dm'or if Josephi Rezirii, dee'd., One Tra~ct of Land lnta inin g Six hutndiredh arres, muore? or lessi, ad ijiii hids ofi .ilnurdani Hllow'Iay ande otheras, e logzing to111 thLsIi t o Jos. Reardeln, de'd1. f tel Dceendanit in the Taiu Yard Tr-act of Laid otIal iig two~i acres. more11 or h-'-, aidjoinin g lands of Wiley Timmerm'tl~land ! tibers. TeI ms C;:ash. LE WIS JIONES, s. N.. D. Sepit 11 41e 35 ST1ATE (iF SOUVVIl CAROLINA, Plea2sant Johnson01, A pplicanlt, Wiihi:mt Quat~rilt i am1vife Raz chll. :nd1 othei' Dfenidants. ) IN )VVirtuie of an Ordier friim II. TI. Wtritt ~) l- q.. OJrdiniary, I shl pI~roceetd tlo setll ont lie first 3iindaiy in Oc'tober next. att Edlgefwild . 1., lie Re:ii Estate of Renben Jiihns~on, (leceased, sitilat e in Ithe Distint. olf Ed gelielId, (il Camptll I3ranchi. bitumled by 1:ands. if Doiughla Robers on, T1anudy liurekha111ti- anil others, con taming two huiidred antd eighity zacres, mere or To'r.s-A credit oif twelve months. The Puhiase-r toi !ive botid wvith twol appjroived seco ities and11 a nmortgage of the premii-.e to the Or dinary to seenre- thie piurcha~use tmoney. Costs to be pint in Caish. LEWIS JONES, s. F., D. Sept 11 4 te 35 State of Siouth Caroiina, EDGEFIELD) DISTRIT, ~ IN ORDINARY, DYIU.T. WVRIGH1T, Esgr-., Ordinary c BtEdgelield Distriet: Wh'ereas 3firy A. Coleman has applied Ic tnc for Letters of Adinlist raition, onil and singurlar te goods aind chattels, rightsz atd credits of Geo. 31. Colematn late of the Dis trict aforesatid, dieceasdi. Tese, art', terefore, to cite and :tdmnisht al and sioniar, thte kitnrd and cre.ditoirs (if th<i said deceatsed, to bie and11 appearl bef'ore me, aI otr next (Ordittary's Court for tite saidl District to be htoiden at Edgefield C. Hlouse, on1 the 2tm dty (if Oct. nlext, to sho0w cautse, if any, whj te said atdmniustration shoulid nomt be grantted. Gien~t ttndier my hland and seal, this I 6th daty o Sept. in the year of outr Lord one thioutsamt eight liutndlred and1( fifty-four aind itt thte 79th year of: .imtericaIn idepetndentee. 11. T.~ WRIGilT, 0. E. D. Set 21 2t 36; Rgs anud Beeswax WaTnted. W ~~ A NT E) DOne htutdred Thlour-andtl Poutnd ?of e'ach. R. LA. GENTRY. J.M.E W B Y saC 0, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN READY-MADE CLOTHINC, UIMum4 CAI NEWBY & CO., under U. S. Hotel, Augsta, G., are now receiving the LARGEST, j. BEST md 1OST FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of SPRING AND SUMMER READY-MADE CLOTHING, Ever offered in the City of Augusta. In addition to which, we ape weekly receiving FRZS SUPPLIESfromn our llouse in New York. We also keep Sonstautly on hand a large Stock of YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CL ING. ALso, a full asortment of FURNISHING ARTICLES, for geafea's wear. g-Tr Country Merehants and all persons visitiug Augusts will fnd it to their interest to examuine oaur Stock. as we are determined to offer oar Goods at the lowest prices imaginable. A u.... .. Apt il 3. 1 54. t 12 'NEW SPRING GOODS' RICE TW.Sl ED SILMS, BAREGES AND TISSUES ORGANfDIES, ,ACONETS, BR3LI.ANTS, FrERNCH CALICOES, EMBROIDER>ES, &c. ILLL & WARREN, AUGUSTA, GA have received a large Stuck of the above GUUDS, which for - Novelty, Beauty and Variety, .\re believed to be unsurpassed in any Market; and tavina heen selected ri he vemry latest inporta tins, eur custoners will fInd them to be the new st alld clioicest Goods of the Season. -Also A beautiful list of Goods for Misses' Wear, con s'sting itf Rich IIAREGE ROBES, (something new:) Neat Freuich l USLINS and lIRILLIANTES: Plain, iut',, 'ink, Iflue and Fawn col'd French CAI I1ICSi French, Engli*sh and American PRINTS. We have also a handsone Stock of Goods for GENTS AND BOYS' WEAR, Which we would be pleased to show our customers and the public. assuring thei that oUa PRICES WILL iE AS CEAr AS THE CHEAPEST. Z-" Persions from the country would do well to give us a call befeore purchasimg elsewhere. Augusta. Apri;19 . tr 14 Gr o c e rie s! 50 IIIDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW A RT'S do. 200 hUgs COFFEE, 2. H lids. MOLASSES, 200 Coils ROPE, some very superior, 100 Bales Gunny and luidee BAGGING, 3U Whole. 1alf ani Qnnrter Blils. Nit 3. No 1. and Mess MA CKEREL, also Kits, " A nd we would ALSO state," that we have a fine assortment (if Blankets, Negro Cloths, liedsteads, Chairs, Sadles, Osnaburgs, stripes, Iron. Nails. oils. White Lenl,. Shot, Bar Lead, Salt, Cheese. Powiler, Seen1p, Rice, Uncon. &c., &c.. &c., A nd in fact, every article usually found in a Gro eerv Stiire. J. SIBLEY & SON. l'amibiurg. Nov 14, tf 44 For the Planters! I v F Lbs. Perurian Guano, 1 0 bbls. Kettlewell-s GUANO and SALTS. 7l lib!s. KettleweTs CTIEMICAL SALTS, 'o 6 Pure ground PL ASTER. The above celebrated Manures for sale by J. SIBLEY & SON. Jlanburg, Nov 14, tf 44 M The Laurensville Herald. Independent Press anid Anderson Gazette will copy the above four times. and forward biils to J. S. & SON. Fresh and Pure Medicines, &c. r -'. Sub.ser:ber has just received a SELECT STI'OCK of Family Medicines, Chemicals, &c. -CONSISTING IN PART OF Sulphate of Quinine. Pure Pill Mass, SUp. Carboniate if Sda, Caloniel, Henry's Cal. Magnes:a, Cream of Tartar, Sulphate of Morphine, I loice of Potasseum, ILump Mlazgiesia. Strychnine, lum's Elixir of Opioui, Fahiestiock'sVermifuge Tlhumponc's Eve Water, NAlelister's Ointment, Cheescians lilsam, Evans' Laneets. Norwtud's Veratruin Viride. .\n d a full Supply of Iost all the popular Patent ledicines of tle lay, all of which are warranted ree fi adulteration. G. L. PENN, AGENT. Oct 2u; tf 41 GEORGE SINCLAIR, CM)LDXBIA, S. C., On oU1CEr STA M ENGINE BUILDER And Boiler Maker. LL kinds of Flour, Crist and Saw Miill Gear A intg anid Slhafting made and warranted to per form equal tI any in tie State. D r. it. T. l11:ats, at Eidgelield C. II., is authorised \;yntt to makde contracts. Nov. !, hS53. l y 42 Southern Mfanufacture. 3,000 Pair Ilonue naade Plantation [IARPNES SOil AND UPPER LEATI1ER. 01F ALL D)Es(eRtrroNs. 'anners, Neats Foot anud Lamp Oil. SihOEMAKERS' FINDiNGS. A t the Shoe Store, next door to Sullivan & Brother. R. T. MhDIS. JTuly 21 ~tf 27 State of South Carolina, IN ()ltD)INARY. )Y IT. T. WVRIGHT, Esquire, Ordinary of' 1Edgefield District. Whetcreas, Freemtan H. Roper has applied to me for Letters otf Adinistrationi, on all and sin gtlar then. good- and chattels, rights and credits of John Crawford, late of' the District af'ore said dleceasedi. IlThese are, ther'efore, to cite and admonish all and sintgtulr, lhe kindred and creditors of' the said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our I next Ordinairy's Counrt foer the said District, toi be hiolen at Edgefield C. H., on the 2nd da~ y oif Oetober next, to show cnuse, if any, why the saiid id miunist ration should not be granted. IGiven untder' my hanud and seal, this 18th daty of Sept. in the yeair of our Lord one thtous ad eig~ht hunndred and tifty-ftour and in the 79th Iyear otf American I ndepeitdette. 11. T. WVR1I T, 0. E. D. Sept 21 2t 36 iilate of South Carolina, EDGEFIEI,D DISTRICT, -IN ORDINARY. B Y IT. T. WRLIGiIT, Esq., Ordinary of Edge field District. Whereas, Arthur Dozier has applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and sin gular the goods and chtattles, rights and credits of William Dozier tate of the District afoce said, deeased. Th'lese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all andl singtuhar, the kindred and creditors of the said decensed, to be and appear before me, at or next Orditnry's Court for thte said District, to be holden at Edgefield C. H., on the 2nd day of Oct.. next to show cause, if' any, why the said admintistration should not be granted. Given untder my hattd ttnd seal, this 1 4th day of Sept.. in the yeatr of our Lord one thousand eight hutnd red anid fifty-four, atnd in thte 79th year of American Inde'pendence. H. T. WVRIGHT, 0. E. D. Sept 14 26 3 M~oney Wanted! A L L Peitonts having demands agaiust the Estate eef .lesse Limb~eeke'r, dee'd., are notified to reder thlemi in forthuwit h, properly attested-and aill anwise indlebted in said Estatte, tire hereby fore wned to settle thet same immed~f~itely, as longer indulgence mnust not bc expected. J. S. SI ADR A CK', 'r J. 8. LIMBECK Eli. ~ 'r Au,. 10 a m 30 THE GREAT KENTUCKY SOUTHERN RE!MEDY DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. a'rilS medicine, when used according to directions, will J onre, without fall: - Scrofula or King's Evil, CancerS, Eruptions of the Skin. ryipelas, Tumors, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Totters, Scald Iead, Rheumatism, Pains in the Bones or Joints, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of the Glands. Syphills, Dyspepsia, Salt Itheum, Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arising from the use of Mercury Loss of Appetite Pain in the Side and Shoulders, deneral Debility, Zambago. Coughs, Colds, Dropsy, Jaundice, Costiveness, Bronchitis, Weakutess of the Chest, Sore Throat, Pulmonary Affections, and all other Diseases tending to produce Consumption. Liver Com. plaints, Female Trregularltles and Complaints, Low Spirits, Sick and Nervous Headache. Night Sweats, Exposures, or Imprudence In Life, Chronic Con sututional Diseases, and as a Spring and Summer Drink, and General Tonic for the System, and a Gentle and Pleasant Purgative, it is superior to Blue LIck and Congress Water, Salts, or Seldlits Powders. It Is a remarkable fact, that among the hundreds of eminent physicians who have examined the recipe by which Bull's Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has condemned it. but all approved It. and commend It In the highest terms. Many physicians express themselves strongly In the belief that It is decidedly the best preparation of Sar. saparila that has ever been placed before the public. Although there are many physicians whc feel a reluctance to having their names appended to the recommendation of any particular remedy, notwithstanding they may approve of It In the highest degree, there are others who frankly yield their spport in favor of a remedy which they know is capable of doing so much good in an afflicted com munity. As an evidence, read the following from oldand respectable physlicans, of high standing in the community In which they livTO T E 8 T I X 0 N Y. 1 Testimony like the ibilowing renders superflons all comments or the efficacy of Bull's Sarsaparilla. From Dr. L. P. Yandell, Professor of Chemistry In the Louisville Medical College: I have looked over the list of ingredients .composing John Bull's Compound Extract of Sarvaparilla, ad have no hesitation hf saying that they form a safe compound, and one that promises well in chronic diseases, to which it is applicable. L. P. YANDELL, X. D. Iouisville, Juno 6, 148. What Dr. P1y isa. physician by appointment to the Lonlib vile Marine Hospital, says of Bull's Sarsaparilla : LouaIvrLLS, March 20, 1849. I have examined the preariptiou for the preparation of John Bull's Sarsaparilla, and I believe the combination to be an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter ative iupresslon on site system. I have used It both ia public and private practise, sn4 think it the bet article of Sarsaparilla now In use. 31. PTIES, 3. D. Besident Phyelciam Louisville Marine Hospitah LosDo, XT,. April 25th, 1850. Sra - Permit me to address to you a hw lines, and do me the honor to reply to a equest that I will make in the enclusion of this lettqr, &e. I am a graduate of Transylvanla fedical University; I have practiced medicine In this wilderness country, about Ae years, but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I have been Indisposed with Acute Rheumatism about six months After having exhausted my skill in the treatment of my case, and deriving no benefit, I was indueed t% gIve your FLUID uxTnAer OF GAsAARMam. a tir trial, and accordingly purchased a bottle Of your medicine from yone agent, Mr. George P. Brown, about two weeks ago, and I must confess that one bottle hes entirely cured me. It is my opinion, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla I decidedly superior to any other preparation now in use, and I will take great pleasure In recommending it to the affileted as being a remedial agent, and I will advise the physicians to use it in their praetice &e. Aespectfully yours, 1. B. ALLUN, M. D. Loursvua.i, July 18th 1849. I have examined the Us$ of articles that compose John Bull's Bxtract of Sarsaparilla, and I have no hestitation in saying that It is a safe and valuable compound. I would prefer It to any article now in use, fur the dLseases erising bom an hnpure state of the blood or taint of the system. I confidently recommend It to my friends as being a power ful Extract, and one that I believe will cure all classes of diseases, for which it ls rteommended, if used according to directions. I believe it to be a valuable succedancum to Mercury. -Nay, I have my doubts whether in the most violent and protracted cases of Syphilis, accompanied with Nodes Trophe. in caries of the bones, whether it ought not to succeed every other remedy. B. IL. McCONACII, 31 D. Ilonorary Member of te Medical Society, I'hlladelphla. O2 Ilear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician who stands at the top of his profession, says of Jothn Bull's Sarsaparilla: I have bee using John Bull's Sarsaparilla in a great variety of chronic diseases, with the moat happy effects, and I have no hestitation in recommending it to the public *r the euro of serofula, syphilis, and all cutaneous and glandular diseases. Yours most fervtly Lewlaport, Ky., April 6 l, 1849. W . STAPP, 31. D. Bev. E, W. SEHON, --Bev. E. 8TEVENS0N. Coxct.usrvn. - The following is a verbatim copy of a eartlicat,, now In the possession of the proprietor of Iull's Sarseparlila. Itev. B. W Sehon is widely and generally known as an eloquent and accomplished pastor of th,. M. BI. church, and tier. B. Stevenson has been known as one of the miost talented and sealous members that the Keon lucky Conference could boast of for manp~years, and at this time ls fliling the high and responsible station of agent for the M1. 11. hook Concern. Can the world produce better or more eatisfnetory testimony in favor of any medicinei Bietter testimonry then was ever offered In fhovor of any mnedIcine. Rev. B. W. Sehon -- Itoy. E. Stevenson: Loussyn.L.a, M1ay 20th, 1849. We have used Jol-u Bull's Sarrsaparllla, and have knwn It to be used, with entire satisfaction; and we hayv, no beatitation In stating our belief, that It Is a safe and valuable medical eompound, and calculated to produe much good and relieve much suffering; and therefore would cheerfully and::noat earnestiy recommend It to the afluleoed. B. W. SV.IION. (Signed) B. STEVENSON. We earnestly Invite all pesns who are sufbring with any of " the Ills that flesh Is heir to" to call on Dr. John Bull's agtest, and get a copy of hull's Famnily Journal onATrr ; and. for the sake of humanit we hops that a single individual will not be found unwilling to gve Bull's Sarsaparilla a yaraL, after reading, and recollecting, at the same ihne, that It is Impossible for the Doctor to publish the tenth pert of the numbeor of certificates of astounding cures performed by his Sarsaparllla. The amount of tes timony voluntarily showered on Dr. Bull's Sarsaarilla, from well known and distinguished individuais, bth In public and private life, has be"prfectly overwhelming. ilM Dr. .John Bull's P'rincipa Oficee, west aide Fifth street first door below Mlain, LoWlsynJs, Kr. g3gr Fun sale in this Village, on Agency, by G L. PENN, Druggist. Sept 28 ly 37 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEJFIELD DISTRICT, IN COMMON PLE AS. EATON MOUTLTRIE, who is in the custouly kof theShriff' of Edgefield Dlistrict, by virtuo f a Writ of Capiasad Sattiefrteieminmrr. at the suit >f R1. M. Fuller, having filed ina my Oflice, together with a Schedule on onath, of hris estate arnd el~eeta, iis' petition to the Court of Comm~non I'kens, proylig hat he may be asdmittced to the benefit or the Acts >f the General Assembly ma~de for the relief otf in olvent debtors, It is Ordered, that the said Rt. M. nit~ler, anid all the other Creditors to wthomr thet wid1 Sentton Moultrie is in arn anywise indebted, be anrd they are hereby summoned anld haive notice to ap >euir before the said Court, ut Euigeleld C. II., on Tt'tesday the 3d day of Octorber next, to shtw cause, f any they can, wihy thec prayer of theo petition aforesaid should not be granted. TIIOS. G. BA CON, c. c. r. Clerk's Office, July 5, 1F.54. 13t 25 Interesting Poem, D.A. G. TEAGUE ha~s for sale, otn commis ..fsiln,M Miss J.1t.A A. 111rr's Poems, centitled 'SMILES AND TEARS.'" Tis chate little work merits and should oblaitn for tire unfortunrat \nthoress, n liberal partronrago front a symnpathsisinrg snd chtarilnble people. i May 10 1 New, Beautiful and Cheap! T IE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving a LARG.E and SPLENDID STOCK of ZSAI DAY (GOODS, Suitable rur the Spring and Saumer Trade. No pa;us bas been spared ia the selection of this Stock to please the taste of ALL. Thaukful for past pat e, I assure my friends that every UoErt will be mflale to merit a Conting anee or their favor. Of the Ladies, ont and all, I would particularly tquest as examination before purchasing elsewhere. Amo3r this Stock may be iound a oomplete assortment of Dress Goods, webraci ng Oo1d MUISLINS, of the latest an& most fash lonable Styles, 1O ets. to $1. BAREG ES of every color and quality; Plaid and Fig'd Tissue SI LK, very rich; Lace Striped ORGA N D1ES of anwjualed styles; Rich Colored SILKS, very cheap; Figured and Plain SI LKS, o-f all qualities; Nainsouk and Mall M1USLINS; White ig'd Carleton do a new article; anid Col'd d do Striped Swiss do very pretty Dotted " do CINCIIAMS. new Patterns, Ueslt Stock of PRINTS ever offered in the Market, MOURNING OODS of enyry description; Wh:te and Col'd Grenadine MANTI LL AS, new style for Sammwer; White and Colored Glacie SILK, sritable for Spring and Sunmier; Lace and Muslin UNDERSLEEVES from 6j ets. to $3,00 ; Muslin and Lace COLLARS. latest fashions; "i " CHiEMISETT1S, new style and beautiful Large and complete aqortment of Jackonct and Swiss Edgiu and insertiig Real Brussels Thread Edging and Insertings: Blond Steam Thread] and Lisle Laces & Fidgings. White Grass Cloth for Skirts, new article: GLOVES and 110SIEUY, great varity-suita ble for all ages; Ladies', Misses and Children's sriOES, &c. For Geutlemisni's Wear. ITe also trusts that he ha not been unnindful o the wants of the Sterner Sex. In this line his Stock embraces Pianter's LINEN DULLS of every quality: Cottonades and York Ilixtures, fromla 12 to 5 es Drap de Ettes, Cashmaretts and Merino Cassimers Brown and Grass Linens foir Coats, all qualities: Union Linens and other gouds fur Chilren's Clot hing ; White, Col'd, plain and hull' Marsails Vestings, Col'd Silk Cravats, a light and beautiful article for Summetr ; Col'd Mlunlin Cravats, various qualities; Black anl Colored Stocks and Ties. I very respectfully invite all those wishing DRY OODS toc Live eme.a call. bing deterninied to lie IJND EiSOLD by NO ONE in a fair and hionora ble manner. M1. A. RANSOM, AGENT FOR R. M. FUI.LER. TTamburg, April 3 tr 12 BROWNING & LEMAN, IMPORTERS OF French, English and German 209 aud 211 King-street, corner of MAorkel-Sreet Caarleston, S. C. ATRPETNGS.-Igtin, 3 Plys, Brussels, Ta Cjpestry .11and Velvels. CUltTAIN MATEZIALS, in Silk, Satin and Worsted, C0irtain Cmnbries and Muslins, in large variety, Eibroidereil Lace and Muslin Curtains, all styles, Gilt Cornices, in all the new designs, Curtain Gimps, llblers, I.oops, Tassels, &e. Drapery Cords anl li ell Ropes, in all varieties, British and A mirican Floor Oil Clothis, Silver and Gilt Stair Rods and Stair Carpetings. of all styles. Wiln, Velvet, and Axinister Rugs, in large va riety, PL ANTATION WOOLENS-Blainkets,Plains, Kerseys, Caps. &c. Ited and White Flannels, iirtings, &e. Cotton Osnaburgs, of all the be Ist Southern manu fIatures. lEnglsh and .\mericana COTTON FLA NNELS. French, 1-'ngls and A omerican Prinats, LI N ENS, of liihardlson's superior ma~ke,fr Shceeting~s, Shairtinigs. l'illow Cases. Table D amasks, I toylies, Napkins, Tocwellings, lInetkahiacks, Fruit Cloths.P. E. Diapters, Grass Cloths. &e. Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestinags, of best French Gooduls, Servants' Cloths, in all the shades of Encglish G-oods, Satiniets, Tweeds, .Jeans and Lindiseys, of all bnulities and stylets. With a full assortment of Rich Dress Goods. [n SlILKS. TISSUEC, IA REGES, GRENA D)INKS,.\ MUSLINS, &e. Bo3imhazines. jAlpaeas and Mourning Goods, in reat variety. Evening I~ress Goods, in great varuiety, constantly reci ved. All thec aboive are of our own Direct Im portation, and olired at thme L U W E s T AIRET l'RICES. Teruans---CASl. or City Aeecerptance. t:The ONE PRICE SYSTEM1 stricklye ad hered to. All Goods wa--raneted. P.ROWNING & LEMA-N. Charlestcn,_.Tan 3u tf 3 Gitl. ATI S O U T 11 E R N 11 E MlED Y JTACOB'M CODIAL CllOLER.\, DISENTERY, IA RI(ilA, CHOLERA MvORBUS, BILLIOUS COLIC, CHOLERA INFANTUM. A Lso, A DMintAnLY AIJAPTED1 -r MIANY DISEAsEs oF IIEMIALEs, 310CT EsrCeIALLV PAINetL lENsTxKCrTloN. TIIE IVRT CES OF' .LtCOJTS C1IIA L A lRE TOO WRI.L. KX.W TO )/tEQULy|E E XI1J1 1st. It enres lice worst encses ocf leinrrhcone: 2d1. It e,,res thme worit fioms of t)ysenitary ; 8t. It enraes (Californina or .\loxi cni I)irrrhta'a: 411h. It retievesi the sceve'rest ('holie: ithc. It cenres Ut:hntern .lornaus: Gilh. It enres Icholera I ifantum:i 7i1h. Ic enires pcainful .\enistruatioin : Sth. It relie'c ':.P in in lnck annd I.'cins: St. Ii cintmiteraets Nervionsne.-s iad lI e spaeciy: 10th. It resctares I rregiirities : II. It dtispe!s ilcimy acid lIyaterient Feelinigs; 12th. It's anm admirable A Few Short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials, &e. -I havec used .1 ne'nb's t'o rdIial inc myc fzamily, andcc hnse foundic it a mnat eflicienit ande in mey Judcgmenti. a vinabile remiedy." ieu.- lIllt1At WA l:N El. ,1indtge ofl Suplreme~ Ciourt, Ga. "It gIives 1 m ea innre In behc iln a nlea rei'cninend .in co'sai ~ crlical-mye ulwn personcal esgwriecce In tiche' ee rience ofi mvi nieighboars andc frieruii iricundi mie. Is a .snittei 'ent guiaraie fior me inle e I' e it to be all thiat it lc.rpoe rts ta be ; t iz: ..- rr'ignt /:'mndy." W.\l. 11. l'NI)El WO(OT). Formierty Judeli ruf superier C'r. or cakee' ('irenait. "1I take grent peisaure inc rcommei.<cinIg tils ini :eulea nmedcane to all :iltl:ctedl with ilawel adiseases. fort wichri I helieve It in he n silvereign rencci-dy--decieily 5ure'rior toe ay tinig else ever tried Icy me." A. A. G A U i.1;. D epuaty C;. .\. af thei GIreand 1..'dge cif Ga. " This efilct remaedy~ ie Iravcelling iatc c'elebcrity asi fast a lItnnnpccrte pucshied his cohnnulos ito flinssinc. aced gining cmendiiationi whereveier aused." I IOlrgin .ai~rs-rrcinian, Mny 1thl 1S'CI. " I ha~ve uised .Tanclb's C 'arelini in my ifam~ilyc ad this. writhi alii that I hceari aicenct it na n reedy b.3 ithcise whoi have tried It indnacers cme to hieieve thatc it incil at lhei hcecc' of eve'ry prelaniccn act the k ind. icic I wcouldc realcicmendu its use inc tha'elisenises fccr wichi it is u'cmpumnciedc.'' .'1l.E Ii"G. Iii liitlNI', Agcent lincik oft Cn.. Gariflin. ' I tihere'j iciny craeiiiity I iccimnn testiimny .ineclh's cnrdiniii mnat ilctacd pare-eminentCi ilec ani othier plrepecnnioncs fcr the ecnre caf Itnwel I lisn'e. F"romn cihe cmins cr testimo-u nv inc its fliar enmcinlig Ice trcmal niliquarters, it musct tee very ar in, ndciannre, ns a enirutive agenat, cat cmost ift 1 aelliter * atent' pcrepccrntiini." A. FI.F.31311G. A gecat Mfarine ca Fire nscurcance Itanck. G riflin. . ~ [ Veer snie I tis vlihige'.hiy C;. L. P'ENN, Aacts. cnicu the pcrinlciplc Muiecants ccnii Drcugglis ithroccghoict ihe Stuate. Wl. Wa. J1.ISS & CII., P'ropurietors Savuinnahc. iny 11. Si1 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIEI. DISTRICT. iN COMMON PLE AS. CU TA RLES KENN EtILY, who is in time cnsto Jdv uef thec Sheriff' of Eelgeleld District, by virtue'of a Writ of Capiams ad Sactisfacciendumrc, at the suit of Williams & Christie, having filed in mcy Olice, tlcge'ther ithm a Secedule, on oath,, (of his sttt and eil'ets, his petitionl to the Cuourt of Cole mon Pleas. pr'aving thact Ice msay Ibe admitted to thme beneit of thec Actrs of the General A ssem~bly, ,mde for the relief of insolvent debtors, It is Ordered, that thme said Williams & Clhristiec and all the other Creditors teo whaiom thme said Charles Kentnerly is in anwie indebte~d, be, and they are hereby sum moe n ave notice to appear before the said Cort, at Eclgeticid C. TI., onm Tuaesdaty the third day Iof Oetobert necxt, to show cause, if any they canc, why thce prayer of thte petitiona afcresaiil shoutld not Ibe gr'ante'e. TI. G. BACON, c. c. r. Clerk's Oflice, July 5, 1854. Ist 25 Bacon ! TUST received a stcpply of CHOICE BACON eJSIDES, 8110ULJ)EPlS and 11AMS,8 fear sale Chetp fear Cash. G. L. PENN, AGEr.r uM 4 tf 16 PIANO-FORTES, BOOKS, MUSIC, &c. THE Subscribers would called at tontion to their Splendid assortment of 1 superior PI U 150 F0 R T E S, Of 6, 6.3, 6.j and 7 Octavos from the celebrated Manufactories of 1Ucon & A 1L.m/TON & Tios. and A. 11. GAL & Co., (f New York. These are miade fromt the iest and Illorougliy sea soted materials, with :11l the latest improvements, and are WAltANTED to stan1 the varius changes of this elimate-and for equality and sweet ness of tone cannot be suriassed. Their BOOK and STATION ERY department coisists of a good aswoi twent of School and iiscellaneous Books, And all the Cheap literattire, :a s1o as p-ublishcd, as well as a large and well selected Stsoek of Sta tionlery, &c. Their Stock of PRINTED M USIC is the largest in the State, consisting of all the Jippular 6ongs, Waltzes, Mlarches, Variations, &c. n-3 New Music received every week. Musical Haiastrnments. They also keep an eleait asssortment of the fol fowing instruments on land viz: Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Clari nets, Cornopeons, Sax Horns, TENOR HORNS, FLUTINAS, FLAGEOLETS, BANJOS Accordeous, Tambornes, FLUTI-:. &c. Also, an assortiment of Mtusieii MIerehandize, 17 An nssortment lf sups:ritsr Violin and Guitar STRINGS. alwvs #n hand. All thet above articles will be s-ohl foir Cash or good paper, by GEO. .\. 0.\TES & BROS. roai Strseet, A tglsta, Ga. Nov 9, tr 42 FRESH ARRIVALS, D R. A. G. TEAGUE respectfuly ifilrims4 his frinii.-ila citizens ofiEP-tld generally, thatl he has just Ieived v a IA ( K' ADD ITION to his already extensive Stoik of fresh ad genuine Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, c. Tis I )rug: are carefullv ex:aiined Iy himiiself. nn all Ilhat are foun.1 worthless., rejectd: and those that are approved may be relled on as efiicient and off unliforiv actilon. A I . f his 5ldicinal Compounls, Tinctures. Pills, ointilleis. &c.. &e . are put up under his ()own1 sup;-rvibioln aiid in strict accordance w% ith the United States I)isp.ensatlrv. Froi his long and ext.sivc experience in the praet:ce osf ledicinie, bie. has imside several Com oinds fo his own. n1t too ibe foundi in, tle I)ispensa ory, viz:--A Preparation ir the CRO UP, % hieh hie lms usedl exensively fo-r eighteen years, and re cmenii ds with conlidenle : a V i. liF UG I.., safe and eflicieit : anI many otlter CmperiiouldIs which lie imkes extetiirateitusly to fu!fil thEi iidications in each particular case for which it is used. It wou!d require more synee than estIoll be 0b. tained in a Ns'wsiapier il) g-ive a*(at.doune for the Drugs, Medicines and Cieiie s k--pt ani cold by him-sumllice. it too Say. hi.,ecanl inrish-1 a1 Phyls'einn' Oiee COM PI. IE. with Phusick utal Iurnitue lie has added to his former St.ek slmie fir the Most reliable \ --i:sbie extr-ts. viz: ',I))Plill! IUN. STil.LNGIN E. LEPTAN RImN. &C. 0-, Planters and fitiisi cin be s1uliee with ill Mediciies ies.snry in a tsmnily-andI when desired, directions put tip with eaich article. All ef the most relutabile NUSTRUsiS may be fun in his Estalbii-hient. Also, Candies, Kisses. Stuunr Plunis and San ids. ALSO, FINE\ WIN ES AND 11RANDY, for Medicinal purposes. T2K8 TDNAfl'ID AZT% IPerfinaery of his own andi Nortiivrii ake, hard to henit. SO.- PS.-A lir!e' mi extesiiive variety. CAiNDL S,-Wax. Sperm ans .\<h antiiine. Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, WINIDOW GLASS, PUTTY, VAINIS1IES, &c. BRUSIES.-I1arkinwL, Sash, Tol. P1t , Grain ing, Tooth, Nail, Flezh, Crumi1b, Shoe, I lorse and Tan.ers Brusheis. P ENCILS-Camiel's and S i ble ITanir, inresize. Aid last thll.1 oill, l-ast, ihe inest I I A I IR IR i.USI ES vr .lred in th,- pi.e, of various patros1 and ginal.iies. Dressin' and15 extra fine COMiIS, T)ST ING BRRUSIIE S.-Ais excslent irtiscl'. PAP'ER-ols Cap ?11 Iand Lttr Papser, comm~non NOT E P A P R-Variou~s SiZES and. tiin'y st yli'. ENVELOPES-Ciioio B3u0; 'I ll Whlite anld Fnneyc Note Envs'espes,. INK, PIENS, P'ENCILS A ND CR AYONS. OJsbsriie's A.\me'rican Wlsser Callours. Gum Elastic Ball'-s-slid, Ilsoilsw and1 l'itie,-'rlsr inlis tsar thls losilie's, invsisins thvem tss exereise withlin dsers, wihen the wseathler is toss inelemmsient to be ssut. Mlay 18 if 1S EDr;EFIF'.I.D l)IS"T'RICT, IN COMMO11N PLEA AS. S A MlUEL Si hA\ R I'T( N. 511h5 is in the cuIstei'y of tile She'riif of EslLeiehsl D)istrie, bsy virtue of a Writ of Calpias asd Saltisfncis'ndumi at theL Silit of .lsshn Cvihrasn, haovini file d in mys 4. llic'e. togethesr wist a Sheles. Isi esath eef his estate and15 etl'e'ets. his petitiesn ts thte Court sof Cssosssin 1'len.... prsaying that ie maysl he aditted os tile bsem-ft ofi the Ats soi iihe G enserish Assemb'sy , mals' foar the r'elisef e.f in's sventi detsrs. It is nrsedr's. that the said .illhn t'ssthran, nd aill the oteeir Credlitsors tee u hsesa thes saidi $amiu.I Sarpin ii inl anyw~ise indet,~l d. he ends th.y asre herehsv Stsummonsedl ands hsaveL nose5c tso atsirear lbefore he said Coul t. at1 Eslsiehsl C. II., en Tu'snay~ th tiid dlay of Octssber tnexi, to shtsw enuilse iif any thiey an, why thle prayer (If ite petitionl i 'frssid lsould not be L'ranited5. T. 0. BA CON. c. c. r. Clerk's Uflic, .luly 5,_1854. 13t 25 Edgefield & Cheatham Plank R. F""'& Cheatham lan ilk Is.ad wilsl bie 'si'ne from i it .lr. .b .uess GniivriN's toe thle jtutiini wvith the ihlan burg s Flgs ield I 'Lnk IRoad,1 as d1isesf Ou't five mnils, sad the folloswiig (Rates oft T'l'l will be exctd. Ratecs of Toll. Ponr. five and six horse Waogons, 5 ets per stile Thre'e " " 'I 'Two e' " 3 "* ", " One " " " " "s I isrsebactk trnvell--rs, 1 "~ " " Vei-h-ses oectiing.nar' each'I enitithe.1 it healf tihe PL.\N K TRiAC'K.:nisi ille Jiriversa re requxiredl to tu -i*e tile " RiI~ilT S. F. G00I)E, Pnt.siorN-r. April 23, tf 15 LL pe'rsons are her, by foire'warnedi ngninst t ad ' ing for eithser onie ssf three inotes give iby me.. esn sr aboiut the 3thl Septembehr, I1853. t'o Roblert C. Ftii. or heatrer, eot P olk County. Gessrgia, ' I- i am resovesd inot to Ipay anyV one ssf ssisd nitis, thes con-i s'rtionl isr wh'ichl they' wVere given5 htaviing tfiled. Each of saisd inots is for tile 1um1 et tw'enty-hiv'e hundtlresd doellars. awlss iirst esie is Jue en the 25th III)e emer, I185.1-the second~s ontI he 25th l icembher, 185, an~d tihe tiid oen the 25th Decemsaber'. 185I. SA.MUEL WILLIAMlS. A uust 23, 1854 2ni 32_ Particular Notice. To the Siockholders of the Edgjiel Odd. Felics' and Masonic Building Associa tion: GENTLEM1EN: You will come forwards anid pay to .Jns. B. Sullivan, Treasurer, or A. Rn~msey. Agent, the Third instalment of 101 per cent. oil your Stck. A nd those whost have givent thir Notes tsar the J'irst and Seceansd instahinen'its, are eairnsthy rc qeisted to take thiemi up, as we aneed moniey to have tho work advanced. Please responds early. A. G. TEAGU~E, Pr'es't. June 22 . tf 22 Timely Not ice. T O save Cost and to benefit his Creditors, an earniest appIeatl is made~i toi thosse indebstedl to S.wSSt E. Blowvnis to comec forward ands lay up. Eis Assigned Estate must be spcesdily closesd. W. W. SALE, Assignee. Unburg, A ug 5, 154. Sim 30 Plastering Laths. 00 '\PLASTERiNG LATTIS, fosur 20,0 ntud tour ad a hialf feet hone, for sale o.A Iply at Pank Road Mlill, 10 miles above JImbrg, or to II. A. K EN R ICK. Jamhurg, A pril 3 tt 12 White Lead,. Linseed Oil, LAlP OIL, NEATS FOOT OiL andi TANi NERS OIL, for sale next dour to Semi~v.sN'. RI. T. s11.\S. A u24O tt r31 FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR OF TnE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE. IllE Fifth Annual Fair of the South Carolina institute for the promotion of Art. blechanical In!enuity and Industry, will be held at the New i lull, niow bineg ereeted on Meeting strdet, in the city of Charleston, coelnlileing on Wednesday, the 15th of Nioveiber, and continue open for Exhibi tion until the 29th day of November. , Suitable premiums will be given to the best speci mens in A rti, M ehanism, and other branehes of In ,lustry i also, of Coition, Rise, SugarTobacco. Corn, W heat, flye, Oats, P.tatoes, and other agriculttra) praidnets. The I.adies, to whom the liWtituto has been so nuch indebted. are respectfully intfrmed that saita ble premliuimis will be provided by the Committee-. il awarded to the best speciiens in every departr ment of 1.adies Work. The filrowing special premiims are offered : For the largest nlantity otf COCOONS,.iiied ow one plantatioin. not lAss than ten bn.shele-A Silver Piieher, or $50. Foer the largest qiantity of SPUN SILK, the pro dttee of any fine plantation, not less than tell luuidr -A Silver Piteher, or $50. For the best inpreoved Si*A ISLAND COTT0N GIN, on sume new principle, soperior to tlione novw in general use, or for any renforimportkw impLrvip ment therefni-A Golf ledal. For the best STA LLION-A Rilver Cap. For tile best MA11I TACKY STALLION A SKlver Cup. For the best MARSI TACKEY GELDING A Silver Cup. For fle best pair MARSil TACKEYS. for dt*i -A Silver Cup. For the best sptecimnic ofr SUN FLOWER SEED OIL., notess than O(e Gilo-n *'ilver Culp. For the liest speimen fof RAPE SEED OIL, not less tlan One Ga!le n.-a Silver Cup. -or the best CASlM1" RAIN-a Silver Cup. Fer the boest CASH .l KRE EWE-n Silver Cup.. For the best three-quarter blood CASII.tEItE. Kil>-a Silver Cup. For the hest RAM-a Silver Cup. For the best BOA fl-a Silver Cup. For the inv ention or t suitable Machine fur pul verisinus Ied 'epper-a G4d14l Medal. For the best STEAM ENGINE-a Gold 'Melal.. ,for the best moidele of an improved STEAM FYrtK ENGINE-A Go!4 Medlil. For the lest ESSAY on Southern Grosses Rufhin Prize Silver Pitlier. Fer thl- best specinen of Amefian SCULP TI'RE-A Silver Pileher. The ):rectrs of tie lnst:lute take great pleasure in stating if) the publie, Ithat by the libe'rnhty of the State and1. City tit this Institute, they have now in etirse of erceliton, to be comileted by the hit July lext, aId in ample time for tle :lpproneh:nig Fair, a large, comodlious anel . gnaut iuilding, capable of huhling in its main lall 3,5.M1 persons; and also in connection with ita very well adapted and spneious mnehine Room, which will enable the lnstitute to feurntai sul,:imint p-ewer fior any kind of machinery that imav lee o-1Tredi for exhihition. Everv attentieion will be panid to all articles aent for exhlbitieon. All artic!es etered for premiums, must lie sent in n for ieorer Saturelay, I Ith day of Neeveniber next, lire.-te e tI the eare or the Clerk of Seouth Carolina lnstitute. Chairlesttn. Articles nav be sent after that day for exhibition only. Coentributors to the Fair are respeetlfully regnestel to send full descrip tiins of the articles, and[ such general informtition is may lee ofr ise to the Judges, and suitable for publiealion. A.l4-ess CLEllK OF TIlE SO. CA. INSTITUTE, Charleston,:Jo. Ca. May 15 tf 25 STAT OF SOU1H CAROLINA. EDGFIEI.)D DISTRICT. IN COMMON PLEAS. S. F. Stevens, rv. Furcign Attachment. Cis. T. Ilarris. r I I11E Plaintiff in tile abeeve ense liiving thin day ilel his Deeltration in my Olice. anl the Ihkfendant having eilther wire nor Attorney. to re .i'e withini the limits (if this SMte. otn W1h4tim a copy or sad Declaration with a rule to p!ed can be served1. Ont motIon of Mr. A CAt1s. Plaintiff's Attor ney. O(rdered. That said ])ilenlant alppetar and p'ead to, sal Dee'aratiott within a ye:tr and a day fromc the late htere of, (ii Ihml! and absolute judgntl . woil be given againest him. TilOS. G. R A CON, c. c. a. n. Clerk's Oflee. A leil 17, 1854. ly. 14 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ED)GEFIF.I.l) DISTRICT. IN COMMON PLEAS. S. E. Bowers, ) vs. Foreign Attachment. .J. 31. hhinson. r ' H F. Plainltiff in the aboeve case hnvinig thlis day f iledrll i Dearat.eon in mny Oflice, ande the Do fendaent hav1ing tneiiter wi'e litr Attorney known to re.,idee wVli ti thte limcits of this State. onf whomti co'es o.f saild De.raione withl rules to phend enn be serve d :Onl mrotin oef Mr. S-rVL.s, Attorney fee P::nitt:fl, Oren-~el Ileat ,en'd I efredan appear and pemil toe .aud D).ehauntieet within a year and a day freetm tilheldate hierceef. or filnal and absolute judgmnet will lee awarded :tyninest hliml. T II0S. G. A Cus, c.c.E. D. Clerks 0Omee, M!nreh 6, 1554. ly 12 StIi or' SouthI Caa-olina, IN COMMON PLEAS. vs.xbie Foreign Attachment. Charets S. Ilarris. .las. S. Ilirraoen, Ch::rb-s TI. THarris. te A l ~nnakinrI~ ~~ th e aere ~ ense aigti filed thi eeltrationt in myv Of i ng thei Defendeanet having nieiter wife~ tter Attorney kniowni treside wiithein ite limits oef this State, on wheem coplies oef sad ee'laratieons with rule a to pl efca le se'rvede : Ott moction of Mir. A DAuMs, Plaintifl's At'v, Oredereed. That said IDe'lendant apepear and til aei tee said D~eclarations wi:hint a year and a day t(elm the date hler'eef, or fittal antd absolute judgmett will be given agnuist himn. Tfi108. 0. BACPON, C. C. S.Dn. Clerk's Omeie, Malrch 2S, 1554. ly 12 STATIE OF SOUil CAROLINA, isnG EFIELD ISTRICT. vs. Foreign AttachmenI Chtarles T. Tintris. C. . yzie, Foreign Attachtt Chear'es T. 1larris. T1ii; Plaiutiike iln the ncbove cases having this d.eay tiled their Dcchain~iens in nty Offie, and le Il'ent haviny neither wife aner Attorney koewin tee reside within the liniits of this State, on w.eim cepies oef saideelarati with rules to plead ealn he .served :Oin motieon of aeir. A OAtS, PlnintifT'a Atreeiiv. Ordleredl. TIhit said 'efredaiit appents anii d ple: to saiid D~eektrations withein a year aid a eay freomt the d ite hereof, or final and absolute judg,. men1t w ill be given araintst hien. TIIOS. 0. A CON, c. c. a. os Cler'k's Office, A pril 8, 1854. ly l a STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, Davis, Kalbe & Faniig, Dc.inAthau% Rawvlev We~hite. vs.b Decl. in Attachment Rawle'v While. I' ll iE PlaintiTh in the above eases havintg this day f ileed their Declaratioens in mty Office, and the Defendantt having tneither wife nor Attoerney known o reside withtin the limtits of this State. on whom ~Opis of said Dee!atrations with rules to plead can b served : Oat Motieen of Mlessrs. 1Alsa'ratu & STYLEs, Attortneys for Plaintfis: Ordered that said D~eedant aper and plead to seaid Deelarationa itin a v'enr itnd a day from the date hercof or in efauit thereof judgimetnt will he giveetgainrat him, 'TIlS. G. BA CON, c. a. n. Clerk's Office, Oct 5, qly 39 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA5 EDGEFIELD SALE. iN EQUITY. PhilIp Jeninings, Sampson ' Jenmnings and others Bill fo Pat' Miarthta Jecnnings and others.J I T nppea~rinlg that ,g\rehtibald 'Jennings, Aaront Jetnings and .losinth .Jennings, three of the De feudants to this suit, reside out of nnd beyond the imits of this Stalte, On mtotion of Mr. Anam, So licitor for Comtphtinants, Ordered that said Areli bald -etntintgs, A aront Jennings and -Josiah Jenninga do pnde, answer or de'mur to the Bl in this case within three mothtls freom thtis date, and, on theite fclure to do so, that the sanme be taken pro confesua aginst them. A. SIMKINS, C. E~. E. D. Au,1S34 3m 32 .