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EPISCOPACY IN SOUTH CAm"LINA.--In :IIn .11AC
atnd trulv Citrisi.m ar:iee of tie I:1st Soauthe'rii
Episca~i~ant oneof ta ::C itors says:- Our
church has, it must be' uiadmiited, very litle inh-iii
ence or strengti it oef the ,,w eitmry. A lid
while weare a Itd tio kiinow that other i'rotest:1it
churelies aire ovenpyig the field Wilh Iuneh
eilieI.-tiey, Iterill Ing t l -io e il n-stitItiO ns :tud
ittit mt or p'eole. nd wi' he Ap adie we
can :--By whamever Claid ik pn'::et'hetd
we tit rein dot rejoice, ye. iand will! rejite ; 'y .
we :eil'at but feel that stmehing m Ie
quired of us than Is yet b10-1n ::i'eved ( r
evei atteteitld. 01Ours is nIt 1 the ol1der
dioece%' es. t We have il :li b t1 53 c n:rr. -
tions in uitdon with oltr Collvell.Iwn. :ilA, se-ver~j
(if thlee :are sa i'eebe as 1eare y to de
the nem. There are low 1lt six i
for orders inl this di-cese." Thes.:eenwo
the editor. w heo'n illin-r::ed by his r :: bi
the great (e'cline oif Ei p.: in tii St:.
The st:li-ties of rehi:in ill N rt ih 'n rie-1,
de.ap:tedi tote hso;p a I..I in 1761.
gare tile white p4pnI.;lia tf the St:.t e a' 22.
000, and the -' chuie paop .s 20,0, they
are now rtlaeed to :I mere :'..t -:1.
MEMPNlsl NAvY XAI:D -TI i;a Ci'.v otlneil of
Meumphi-s bmsve resolived, by a vote o0 iine ill
tv'o to accept IIte grut tit the N:ivy Yard made
by Congl.revss. Tlire is stilmur1a oppi;-tion,
to thit proceduire n the p.:rt oat fl* the pridel' tot'
Alellis, and the Emlirivr mrak t, trlill
IhItI the!re is. not oie in t wnty1who1cs not
desire that. Col!ress shoad 1. - :-ia-* d i
befoeare any di'p'sition i" l:ai of 1c 'role:y.
To Youi:0 lit1A'S-2arig.e tr:::' ;n
tile ,aIey I iv te the de:lnre t It': l-,ila g. 'ia
deal dep'enld" on itheh.,stlwehrth :
m1:1ion (if the giri does not ;urui inwiu :; i
eallv ed thef''s irit" t e t A w(-t!in's d
per in ith e:arly ml tl!-s cal tu rri..'.- twa-I he
ma:g.-d'a bay llnahlding I: illainess mndcmor
btle circunaane'es. Whenl it is let the da'aei'
TnIE Ci:ors I\ Not:TiH (Ano':.e.--A p''
in Noartha C'irailn, wriit! ig Lai L'dl'enahc?.:
IV, s l i the crop- in tillh:a r'iin' l ar y
i'er centt. haetir thni in I 8.3 ('r erfl !o:.
The l nts crp was i tnwtht' ody IJod. wtI
pot 11e4lo k line,. and wi!! Ionh) lidwel
The bIIIi g e11) %%Iw i be il!y ::n :iylra!v t ite, ar..I
tihere is lthe (:eIes :.vtulne :11pAs m
pumpkI).ills. inl addiin1 I-, ih;rt C'.rn :!!re.I(:v mn
ttotted, Igo titlen themIl ill oo timel.
o BIT U A RY.
Donri.:n tis life (Im the 114th Au1enst. M-rz.
]t11.iant'''l W ar: 'i:n.~a'l aha'it S.xtt-tiL:1.t '<a .
Shie Was an eelip ale..aItai m. Ilh t tihe iv l h sl
E . C urch , ftor ecilieei t Irs. .Itie wns :f.1:ete
fair years Wit h e i ile ops t l:d for thi' s al !,.w
mon tfis 4f her Il-e her :.u in. -ns were very,% .. v er.
vet s-he bare it all wili t hai-t :ll lihe:itud.t. lhe eft -n
remiiarked in her last hilless, hat lie w:as per' t:y
resigned tee tile Will ot* Gd ; and woul d on ill -x
h14rt IthIse ar-ounid too mie. t her i1n1 vlan n. h. h.s
left a itunh.-r oif ch iren it ndi trienjds, to. inmur ithelir
luss. But tiley griev'e no1. :.s t wa h Ihave ila
Al]e,- tit IIh.' Ist Sept, M\rs. I. .U r It 'n!n?,..
an( tllewrli t of aiis. vrrell. tilla vils, uf atN ill
deinl the tlirty-fouarlh \..:tt' 4-f 11--t 3;,... - Ite
live-d anl acepotab:e iwiember ,f :hv! .\Mk dstCnr
foir six years. She w:d away in trh tall I!ha
witg'S of ltvt'e to the paaa t:s oa iis. of :e I.s
left a hu-haid and .lt .Sa1 etaldr n, ith"' a.'n at
rimts friendj.s ti 10 11 e ss. .i:'t in-jn si- M : C tdl if
thes aflhe:l.ols . to e '.d of all at a- i, b
hiEd. -i. Po' .Chr.
Religio'us Item. s.
Tile Cnion .-vitin.g 4f the Four-th DV's!ion o
thle Edgetield ltp -tAssiociation will con.ie
Bethlehemn Chnrht on Fridza bjefore the 6fif~ Leri'Xs
day in Otober in-t.
Iiu'roducitory zerivov by -1. S. 1iATTnlrws.
Subject otf Din'cusmn.-bt. \\ hat is the duty
of a 1t hurc Il toI its PastzorI ?
!t!d. d' W hat is tle If ao a: : a nd e-."I:C
IA iing ('hre.adthhs:mnstorie
TuaIsai net litin'lister:' pal' Dato'Cnfrceo
thesecotnd Diatar te tiE "'.1 aa aiel Itati .\n'
laion ntillg oven at~ Iiah ateses Ca tet h .1.ureb
an trdybfeteilt'ih ~..ft d a :,b ah'" i cta bera in! t
a mn EPerons T.''lrr.t tile to.: Wd ~
th ousrane ofmi ntera b r p;,h d
S.pe.\ that IiIs the'l tspech! Im:s of Pansa
ldrnr.t'F. t::.r to wrCite'.i an11 EsI ay :tn Chu Ib
Eler . . .\'a l.t Cnrth t 111 ats to p a :i. ;m11 Ew Pt" ' thII.
adt and Wimporlt'ancli'ext'ofa Cht'ael' meeing everyt
f:daa'inte a ct te reu'ar' tl'. iof worh.l 't ha
Oct lI.Ut Y. ,C.
SeTome a 4, 1834. nerstd
5""T .n wiaa'- ll te a tia'mp e.lti elat Iiat. i het'12
evenhingt befre iitheiait I' s ar~b:i b)e tl.!
C~A aletin g will e.' bidl atl'ndthail l, ~Oatn li 1a
da thet'tia' st ., l fo theS i rie oft ta iln a.iaia'ub
te'ianstoal C. T (adI com~it' atNe
Tore, drunn dt wn thebhisc. od
(lli"'Plertsons teC'~7 faorbl tot th ron:te will le1
pubijlic t he haspo atginel Ptre~t~ h t a'sse
bner 'taiment 1111r the sed ammod'taItionla If iawh
tnat favor(' afilla ii t'Ia n . ' ila' te w 'ta e llaIIn
d~ii luai attlys p li ithi' te be11t lh~t I" m " b'le procuredil
d 'e lal 2 ever exrion to~ :lveka' entire saI
fation teach and (eeaerv n.D<Trswdh
Ocnltaa. li ett30 -
To alVeron ntresed
uneI more pomitude4 i beral Co1 g bth:
e ~t m es in the .et:! mtllt'L' lilf th i aount. lvru'y
own er. ta thas sutt oredifrl m tis a' nefa eltand il
1, aestly as taalpersn tideblV iled a till lae tcm
or ieiaei~~a'.W. l'. )UTL EaiI.
Edeld C. I, Oct. d.
FaittlE SuSaie wabltahe thin i-tho'a:1~' of tan
Ondt:nk totecti.n fGrntv' ~ n
Aiit PnTralyIor tel lieal pliatoa th--yl'X he
wecinn dbsi ness'at ~Iill Cinla this at Vilhi !htu from
carenut i recetly n'inlll steda Ct'wd s by tit Pr~fes
dent o th3rntvi huaturngCopay
State or South Carolina,
A BlEVILILE DISTRICT,
,Toh!n L. Giiilin
Laicintt Revitli<. IBill for Partition.
D >Y order Itf the Court of Equity, I will pro
. creed to sell, ;it Abbeville C. on., ont e
day in Nove ber next, lte Iillowiiig alIuale
.5', , I te Retal Etate of Vincent Gr iiliin,
devCeC.: L.d. % ir.:
I ract No. I-The IIomestend Place, near
WI! Iebv:di~itt in Abbeville Distriet. oil Hard
h thor and Cowheaid creeks, conlaining Eigti
linir .ttwl 'allirie aere.s, more or less, (wit II
:.hout Three I lunidred and Fi.y acres in wo-odi.)
T j ei t e tcres of whI& ic bing lirst-rate creek
houioi, :ud a 1urt in eldvation. Ulpn the
plie there is t. comfortable Dhvelniitgr Hotute
:.iningten roonm., h faving v c1omoiou
r ti .taI'les an teeid, a Gii-houOise anad
i nee.Ssar iini:juildings ii iuod repair.
T iie .eo.;redl idatl i-, in a italte if high euliviation.
Tr::e Nis. 2-Knownt as te Fa'wards place,
coma.1,in aboit Oie ibindred and Sixty acres,
i t i Ahevi.'e )istrict. on the rinids lead
io A' bbtev: Ie C. II. and Vienna, 6ixty acres
ta-los'g "miodland. Anid
Tract No. 3-kinown as the Bo.,lri plten, sit.
I in Ed;e(i-d 1)istrict. in three tiles of Nine
tv-.-Ix Depot on the Greeiville and Columbia
i1ilro-id, containing Six it uIdred acres, mnre or
whiea being woodltand, mid three
tt;tred It' the clearid land in a iigi sl.-te u.
e ia1:,I he re'id ue being n ider :1 gimd pIs
i r- .i v. Thire 0s -ill the lph.ee a ftiaild hou e
1,o1t rotomi, IA tgethoer with necessary out
i: s-A em v18iit o' one. Itwo and three years
' .. ' ti; .f Sale, Jith intlerest nli the last
inst::. iti fOm th tiOitim the second becomltes
'i. i: ditih i.ood sureties, and mortgatges
of the prv:bioes 1.1-etre the pirIiase mniiiiey
It, e I!e by the purel.asers. I'urelasers wi:
ale, p~gthe c III in -0 casald pay fotitl
Peron- n .,i t bnly saidI Llds, would do
w ', o call ami ex~ninme themi bef'oret the day (,f
.1 \l :j. Lark in Uvtynlds will take jle:t.ure
ill shw Iltem to any persins so dispu.-ed.
11. A. JUN IS, v. E. A. D.
Com'''S Oillev. Sewpt. :25. 5t 88
6TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Wlke r v1.\ler:wet her and)
E.li E J., **wife I. Uill for Partition.
Ilze Sm-iiih, and other;.)
Y r 1' fi te Court i', Eqity, I will pro
) ctred to, stll, at Edfeti,-ld G. If., on :,ltedhy
in No elmber next. the til.vitnti t ract or parcel
ot .\.\ ). situate in Edgeltield District, and
uiin ith itnetiilpiriite limiits of the towvn of~ I ham.
hor., koiii a d t-esignated in I certain plat of
~.1 Iwn of libur as section number seven
!) ct:iigNineteen :1nd4 one nlinety-n1inthl
.44;e-. toir. i les,-to be imire particularly de
eCrJied on d:1 id' sale. On a credit ol' twvlve
, uitt'interesL froim day ol' sale. The
pu rchat-i'r to givv btoid with two good suretie,
:.id a i.ortyi-ge of the premi,,e, to sectire the
purhae mne ;pay thle coists, in cash.:danl payv
fr: i::peri. 11. A. JONE6, C. E. A. D.
Cn'rsO!"lice. Se pt. 25. 5L 38
THE DISTO CLARION,
oliE unk-aiged ill pnh,1iish, in the Vilhoge of
0::..:chlur, fil -Ir bvt,-rev Ithe first W~asa
::i iet.hr ttt\t, a \'.Weeiy Newspaper, to be calted
ThI lil.tTU CL.\11UN.
.\ PrpI ectus wd -ot admit of a minute delinea
i-u of ill the '-hjt-.i- of' the Contemplated Journal.
IIth C.. u ION %% i:1 be- the herahlil I* every destrip
:I..* , bd or genterl. that may be inter
a ir ins-trutive to its readers at lIrge. It wilt
tenh i~v die-ei.im.te all the itopoirtatit political in
. ih. In qu. titi-is If Federal poli
ey !.e l'ol-Ceal dm trinevs t.(rght by Calhoun and1
.1 t r-. h: i he the ti.aito hihts If the4 (tan.. tOa.
1twl in'y uph the pierubar instititiivns of the
S 1 w.j:il n~etigi-ie nlo seellii or party
wi~ekelei.s ih.trule :n1. It'TiIlate ;W11IL it'atio of*
the. :- ithS prnlie under a liepublic an form
I.:e Crt.nu.e:; w-i li e strictly' conitirvativec on
a j.a'os ev." he ave-nte of eban;:es itn the funt-I
:.. :t :nayi have the sanletiitn or lontg-establ.:-hed
A.t'enur,itommerce antd laniufactures-in
i.n-e f tt r anest ma:Init udelL to the Sautliirn
:-t: .--il re it:' duets wuion The spneesar de
v;. n -t of th ; i ous reiuf e t -f the .'td'ate.and
Shae 4m otri hei t th e honiiorttt , an... 1I lryti
:m.r wi;; 'i. . Cur belioved Paltto sal in.
7d .u<\I ativwt i' the Plros. ilc t ~i~tt
C. I hsit' itr exptsttill~ eig pared nssary. to54
4ld I'h C.x Aie mes vyiitor itotii ev an.
lycri n. u:iber.. rt.I. ltkc,
wnh -ix u.hs.. N :. P tt~h,'~. s'. ILk, LA eY.
Or e - bute l . l)ept. I. la.d 54. ny
it C. I I. for~i Ih quarrte I ndi It Set. 1854.
A 'd r.. litai buy htirs.to ~Lia* Adms Re. N.ix
'I .\ ich t.
J-.--ii 10i'y-.Isti B'anr i.yr, Jas. Ul.ekwell,
C-t. I t~loh Cury \\'.~i IallKi-ey.imCamn
t.iti .\l. tinlr, . W. Clarkr2,rLewis
'I at' -Dr. T hFgto. Wyth.- Fillres t
etN -i. Je t Imit eha, N.ryNI Goeirri. i
a!-.\tis I iu,::n C. 'i''attiin, .Ierlth n . H iuihes,
3!.i i ii ~ieyi lIarrtiosn s, J. lall, Mose
'I Ir t.\le lieu Nie mmo.T .\ essr.E.&J ix
i.e .m C~ar. Pit
L3 K-il ery.TonI s, I;ry A.y Jams. R. King
3ttrl. I-.mniah R E.p iir.Ism K iSe e. 1 St
L-Fed. Loimm, RobIr ofto, U3~ .Thor,
- iliilt tlorgs &, Wilss Miar artin.
I! umiGe. W .\Wrm Tho. Mhil~e . i.Am
N 0 d rep Noles.~ .T.T. do. C
P~ine, .lon C.,orter
I --Whiiiitc iiaf ordr fony fRih . . ey-r
I t~s ii. tihecen ivt.ain U ti tb
I i-lt iib iien, ra-. Sarah Aims, ur eve.0r
i-inul . t.lsi. ii. E.l Srther rseaiglter,.i. Saw
T-M rs. Nanc M.tut Th ot. sa. L. Theodor.
*t, Pis .'uli K~~~4 ' ittma .
(11, 5 t 38
C Iiiit~tlrtty hxe IRE4t Octett. , for4 t5
Ni4ti. Puruane oft resifrom :trid. ICe.r fevr
txh .uui rebyntice gi tha an Ltin wil, ey
he. at the ttionsrecitsi t or att:elisn
oh 'itt' lent, onF~ay th ILt., ou.3Aor
*f :-tid 4a44bonit fill tihe vaiany theeintu est
ingt..'ttiyt tole trCi l etAtivJ.l EA L.
h-tI 5 3t 38
ripiStishderst.of tehery rdeqeteld Cethacm
fritnlan tikd Compan~tt y tie meet a EdfNoe'
C.it 11 on'uturani thei 4hactber tinjst forthei
purptose sai eetaing arP rusidentad toiretor ther
inby tntuint dye. tr..n. 8i lU LLl.Neey
Oet 4 t. 38
To the Planters of Edgeffeld,
' TWENT er cent ecn he satved by huying
a OT nd SI t0ES ntl the l.inters' Dtepot.
The Stock is: Tiisew :nld IFret , and warrant
0d to gi'e general satistuetien. A tmngst this large
and well selected Stiock may he found
1Y.)( Pair .lels liteavy RIp Plitation Brogans,
5.0010 " " " Rii-et
5,000 "' Rtys Tlip mnd R uset ""
3,000 4 : lns Iteh: in d lntin2 1,Roots,
TogVether with a LA RG E and SPLEN IDT Stock
u Ladies, Gelemen, Ioys,.\isses and Children's.
Boots and Shoes,
LATEST STYLES, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
A molng this fine stock enn bl had GentlemtIe's
Frenc-mlitile Boots and Gait rs. Also, Ladies' I
F'rencli Gai:ers of Kid G lov Leather.
The Publie are in-etfully invited to call aId
exmniniie betiore purohasing elteweire as Guods will
be fiely shini id one prce asked
IIU lef Rveember th- wnme noII, rumber
ROERT CARRZHO LL,
Ptorr.tIr.Tot OF 'nE P.ANTERS' t ,IsOT & Sio, r.Por
. No 251 Bi ad-St., opposite the U. S. Ilotel,
A ugusta. Ce.rgia.
P. S.- also keep (on hand a: hirge Stick of Ladies
ad.1 Giientleen's Trave!lina Truinks, Carpet fais
aiwll Valises. A io Misses' Sebool Satelis-il of
whi-ch will be sold hw for Cash. R. C.
Oct 5 GIm 38
S'.A'lE 0V-' S0UT1H CAI)LINA,
IN CO.IIMO.V PLEAS.
!Mlillet1ae L. 1I onht1tan and
Wmi. M. Burt, 1 Decl. in Debl.
XATf.I1l"AqS tle Flaintl di on the eibth dy
L V of . reb. A I. D ., 1:.-, 3 ie their d chatioimi
Skinti tie lI ef.-I:l t. who (a. it is sni.li is absenit
nun anld without t lim tiiits of this State, :1t.1 hall
teiihet wife toir A ttiiirnv known wilhiti the "nnlle
ulpl-n Whom a1 :u copy ot ths.- 52aid Ii.el:ratition might be
serve,1, It is theretore orieredi , That the sail ie
fendant do alipp:ir and phial to ai-:1 lee!nration,
within : year ad a Ia frit this date, otherwi.4e
final :11d absouItte judIg.:t %%ill be given and
aVar-d neaiinst himt. T. (. BA CON, c. .:. n.
Clerk'sOfi.eOt.',18.~. S y." 38
ntate ofhsot C-aolna,
. EDG ,EILD DUlsTRIG,
Y . T. WRIG1IT, E.cquire, Ordinarv of
B Eigefield District.
Wlereas, John F. Eitiunud has applied to me
for Letters of Adhniiitration, tin all and sin
utilar the good.; and( ebiattls, rigrhts und credits
(f I e.i Newby late of the District afoure
'he2v-e are. hewefore, to cite and alinonish all
mttd singlnhr. ite kittdred and creditors of the
said deeensed, to Ie and appear before ne, at
our ne.t Ordtinnrv's Curtt ior the said District,
to be holden at Edgelield C. 11., on tile Iith
day of October inst.. to s.1w cnnse, iW aly, why
the sa:idl administration shtul ntot be- granted.
Given under myhad and seal, this 2n1d dJay
of Ont. in the eni or oir Lrd title thonis.
and eigdt hundred and liftv .tir and in the 79h1
ye:ar uf American idepe c.,
11. T. WiUIGiT, 0. E. D.
Oct. 5. 2t. 38
!Sate o1 outh CaroIiina,
DY U.T.1'. ilII(;IEq., 0 rdJinary ofEdg-e
D lield District.
Whereas, Ellingion A. Searle. has applied to
me I'or Iett ers of Adminikt ratini, on all aind sin
gInlhr the goods and eb:,ttles, ri.hlts and credits
of Tlios. Fergersoin late of the District afoe
'hese tre, I lerefore, in cite nnd ndotinish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceOsed, to 2e andl appeilr before ie, at
our n-st (rdinary's Court for the s:aid District,
to lie holdent at Edgefiels C. Ii., oi the 16th
daty of (Jet.. inl-t. to) sho2w enuse0, if any', why
the samid adintllist rationt shisuldtI h1e irranted.
Givetn utnder my hbaud :nitl seali, this 2nld day'
of Oct. in lhe vear of (2:22 1 ard onec thoutsanl'
yea r of Amtiericatn I ndepen'idence.
Oct. 5. 2t 38
EDGUEl-' 1J) )1'iSTRICT',
B Y ILT. W!UV lT I, Esgar., Ordina::ry o
B EtefielId Dist rit:
\Vheren2s .1. WI'. Freemnan anti .T. 1!. Jennint s
ha:ve atpptl Io mfor~ L let ters ofi Adm~tinistrationl,
on:111;2tnd singl~tar thei goodsl~ :and2 cht tl. righ!t~s
and12 credits oft. uIint E. F~reeman: tt:!te of the Di5
Iriet: aforessidi:, dhecIas.-2'l
Thetse arv, t hereforet. It c i? e amtt tl nmotnish al
atnd singulair, lie kinidred and2( credito (rs oft the
saiid decealsed, to bie and tiap peair be fo re tme , at
otur next Ordina2ry's Cou rt for the said Distriet,
to he holen~ at1 Edgefield C. llouse. ont the I 6th
daty of Oct. inist, to shotw enitt-e, if atny, why
the sidh admiinistrationi s.hould lit het granted.
Given unde21r myl~ han d an~d sen2I. thi22 2nd1 day otf
Oct. int thle year of 22u2r Lord one Llthosandi
eight hultidred aind iilly-fIour :and in thle 7thd
year of Atmerienn In idependencet'.
11. T. WIUCGIIT, 0. E. D.
Oct. 5. ' 38
tXTrLL b~e let to te liwest bhdder, at Tietle
T l em Campo Groiunde, tin Traia th li1th
October, at t 0 o'etlek. A. .\I ., tile butildmtg tof Oasa
way Chutrch. Thle Churcih in lie built 5tt0 fi et littg,
by :tt feet wide, t 2 feet fromt tltor to joist, tlarrow
f lootrinig 14 inichest thick, the lhaioritng tol be of go~od
hart pinet(, :ind weil seat~sned. Thle sleepiers to be
4 x 12-jtist 4 x 6i. 2tttl to be let in level withi te
topi of thle sills. Tfhirteen '1 tlindows, thle liights to be
12 x 16I, primed't and, fitted with glass-each pan~ir of
sash to :oznti twelve lihs: blinds1 to (eh witn
dio w. lto be mnde onit (If good~ seasonted lumber. Two
doublte Greeinn P i itnet Ilooirs, .nd ton ~te sinttle Patn
ttte l or--eighlteeni ines eve or drip. Pul~pit and
SintIliCiet tnumbaer If htentehes ats the Commttittee may
direct. The bulildiing to be coveredi with good hairt
shingles, and' to the und~erined with briek (Jr good
rock. TIhe utndertaker will be require'd to give
butnd and security for the fithliul comtpletiion of the
work. -.IAS. .\. R ICiI.\t'RDSON,)e
R. Cl. II ll.,
H ENtY hIlLL,I
Sept 27 3t 37
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
Martha Jennings attnoters.J
IT rnppeintg that A rclbil:a'd .en ningas, Ann
tendatnts to this suit, ride onit of antI beysinds the
limi~ts of this Statte. Onitt m tiotf \I r. A hA ow, Sat
licitor for C'omplainnttsu. Olrd eredl11 that sid A telli
bald .Tenmings, A arotn J1ennintgs nottl il.ltinh .Jaennities
dot ptliend, anslwer or denmstr tt the Ibl in tis case
famhtre t do so, that the satme be takent pro contfesao
A. SI.\IEINS, C. E. E. D.
A urc2. 1854. :hn1 32
ALL Persons indebted to thie Etate of Attiens
?.~' Tucker. dee'dl., aire noI tiled to otnke propt
piaymeint, andi thtose ~:vinc deanads nen!inslt lsaidl
Estaite tare regniestedt toj render thiem itn itmnittcattly,
LANDON TUCKERI, Adm'or.
June 29 (im" 24
10' Capt. J1. C. P'ER R Y is respectfutlly nnnoaunced
by his friends ts a Ctnilidatc for '.\bjur tof thte Lower
Battalion, 10thii Regiment, to fill the vacancy ocea
sioned by the promuotioan sof Cal. A. J. NEL
Not ice !
A LL~ Persotns are hierehry cautioned nt to tree
l.pass on the Lttnds beloneing to thte Estaite of
A. Y. Unrton, dee'd., by eithtr ha~uling wood or
straw of the satme, without permtission fro Othle
Trustee. Those who csotinue to do so, may explect
to be prosecuted by thte TRnUSTEB.
Set.m, 184. tf '36
READY-MADE C L 0 T H ING!
I T.\VI', Removed to the Room next door to W.
P-1. BUrrx.Ft. formerly occupia.d by .Ioix Lvo,
where I am now receiving u LA1%GE and SILLN
DI D a.ssortment of
Of'tIt latest and most fashionable styles, embra
eing ALL A ITICLES uually kept for the out-lit
of Gentlemen,, Youths and Children.
A good assortment of
Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCIIEFS,
H ats & Caps, Si?uspenders,
MaRiNo AND LA5ID's WOOL LTDERlnlitTS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, &C.,
May always be found aninng mny Stacek which his
bee'tn recently selected in Person, and bought for
I shall be happy to show my Stock to any and
every one desiraus of purchasing, as I am sat;sfi.-d
that I can give thei ait good ;n article, and on as
reasonable teris as any .Dealer in the Sinte.
Sept. 28 2t 37
CHEAPD R Y GOODS!!
V ILLIA'' H. CRANE, AcGsTA. GA.,
' respectlfuly invites al lhse who purchaste
Goods Fut CAS1l to give htim a eall if they want
Grcat Barfliirus inl Dry Goods,
For he i1 now' selliee oTff his Stock of SUMMER
rnd FALL GOODS, at
Unprecedentedly Low Prices!
C257T4' bie o:-nv:nced of this fact, give him a trial.
awl yu will be satisfied.
A jigu:sta, :fept I I St. 25
NEW FALL GOODS,
L. D. LALLEPSTEDT,
IAS received at his Old Stand, earnrer of Globe
H lotel, lriand Street, Augusta, Ga., a NEW
and COMPLET E assortmient Ior
--CoNssINo im CraT OF
Ilcavy Plaid and Broecite SILKS.new and h-atiful
Small Pld. fizured and plain, CAS1IJER ES and
DELA1KES. very heabp.
Grcat varieatv of MERENOS, ALPA CCASand
Earlston INGIJAMS and PRINTS,
A inrca and beautiful asortment f Needle Worked
IOSIER Y' :und GLOVES in ied less varietv.
Splendid French and Entrlish CASSJ'I-E.'M S, :
Merrono CASSEMERES eand SATTJNE'S,
ed and W hite FLANNELS.
Colored and White Negro- IL A NKETS,
104. 11-4 and 12-4 1ed BLANKETS..
OSN A BURGS and STRIPES at Faetory prices,
KERSEYS and GEO. PLAINS. and almot
everythmng else belonging to the Dry Gooads trade,
which are (eoflered on the iost, favourable terns, and
to which lie invites attention.
\nugusta, Sept 20 2t 36
A. M. P.rssos. T. B. Jonox.
New Firm, New Firm,
H1ambur;;, S. C.
T IE Uniersignedl iav'ing fiomel a Co-partner
ship, in this place for the purpose of transact
ing a Geieral
Grocery and Cotton Business,
Would respectfully inform our nimerous friends
and the public that we will keept coinslatily on haiid
A LARGE SUPPLY OF EVERY ARTICLE needed by
the Farmer, which we wtd dispo. of ft-n as favora
ble termis as any other House in tihe placc.
We have engnrged tihe services of Messrs. T. N1.
W ranons and :. V. .JOHNsON, beth of wlhomo are
we.1 -oeewn to the public as LIBERAL COTTON
BUYERS. and who wi.1, at all times give the
highest narket prices for that aid other articles of
Our Senior Purltner wilowi here'tolore, give heis
eersonarl uitention to the '%eeivineg and F'orwvardmeg
f .\erchandise to thceeountry.
BE.\UON & JOH1NSON.
IN retiirig fromrr theL abueve birtne'ss we leave
IM essrs. Bes'sox & .lo:iisso ire our lace, and
solicit for themir thle pat ra n.nge of our 'old customrers
rd the publie ge.-ra!!y.
BRIINJDLEY & ItOSA310ND.
Ihnmhurg, Sept 27 2mr 37
F I .S K ' S
Patent M~etalic Burial Cases !
TpiIl EE va.luaible a r-night arid indestrucrtble Ca
1ses, for proatectinig ande presearving~ the Dehad for
cardinarv in terment, for vaults, foir tsanspiortaetieon, or
for any'other deeircale purrpiise, arie offered for sale
i this\'illage, eaep for Cashe, by
J. M. WITT.
hrly 27 tf 28
Ridge Lands for Sale,
TU. the' U/ndersigneid, wilt sell to thre highest
Y Vbidlrler. net Edeel'd C. H., on the lirnt
Monay in Novenmber ne.xt, the t.alowing Tracts of
Trnmet No. 1.lIving on the Cohlumbia Road, eon
tain Five hlundlred andl Eighty-feur (5S81) acres,
oe or less, andI adjoininig Lnds of Waide thoI
steii, N. Hurtone. E. WN. Perry anid oithers. There
are one the premnisces a geood tweo dtory D)welling
lause. Kitehien :mnd Negroe Ilouses. A Ito a gaod
Gin I louse lad Screwv. Barn., Stu;bles, and other
necessary buildings-nll in good repair.
Tract No. 2, containing Nine hunidredl (900)
acres, more or less, au1ndajoining lands of Elijah
Watoan, E. W. Perry, Thomas Pitts rind 'nthers.
On the prmie are a gooed lDwelling rlousce. Kitch
en, Negro 1 leenses aiid other necessanry buildings
all new. A lso, a Wecll of excellent water on the
Tract No. 3, eonainiing Four Hundred (-100)
necres, more or less, rnnd aidjoininig lands of E. WV.
Perry, Wmi. Stephens, hinds beloncing to the Estate
of Lewis Asbill, Sr.. tee'd., and Tract No. 2. On
the premiseas are a gloat Grist Mill, a comfoi~rtable
Dwelling lieouse, and a spring of line water.
The above lAnds arc level, well timbereal, and
the clearead land is in a high state of enltiv'atioen.
Teuur.-The abiove Lrands will be sold on a credit
of one anda two years, with interest from day ofsaele.
Purhasers wviii be required to give notes with: ani
pe surety. G. W. ASIBILL,
L. M. ASPA LfL,
A. 13. ASBILL.
Sept 27 6t 37
Land for Sale,'
T TESubscriber offers feer sale. his VAL UA.
BIi BE T RACT OF L AND, situaeted 12
rmiles Seutih of Edtgelield C. 11.. nndia within one
e!mdef the limnburg & Edgefield Plan~k Road, lying
uponll the writers elf Chavis' Creek, and caantaiining
Three Hundred and Sixty Acres,
One. half oef which is woodland an&d;.ell tinmbered
the ba:lanice is cleared up, thirty rieres leaving beer
int receuitly cut deewn. This tract leas fomne excel
lent land upon it, ind as a body it is well watered
ne remarkably healthy. The range for ranisimng
stok oef eve'ry description is splendid. A line orchinad
is on the place. Acey person wishing to purchiase
wvill call nupon the Subscriber on the premises.
Terems miade easy to aii appreeved purchase-r.
JOHN L. ADDISON.
Sept 28 tf 37
Land for Sale,
I WILL ofler fair sale at Edgelieldl C. TI., on the
frst MIoendney in October next, the Trract of Lated
ln which I at presenit reside, lying on Turkey Creek
500 or 600 Acres,
Ajaining lands oef A. lahnd, .Johin A. Addisor
aend others. A harge portione of the aboave Tract i
in wods, well timrbered. The balance is in a heigi
state oef cultivatlion.
Prsones wishing to purchase enn do so privately
before the sale by application to the Subscriber.
The L::nai en lbe purchaseed en time by a respon
Isiblc pureheaser. If soald cit public sale terms will b<
a credit of twelve months.
MX. EDITOn:-Please announce TIon. P. S
BIRFOOKS as a Candidate for re-election to repre.
sent the Fourth Congressional )istrict, consisting o
Edgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry and Lex
ington, in the next Congress, which election wil
be held in October next, and thereby greatly ob
lige IMANY I-RIENDS.
f- Tim Friends of Col. A. C. GARLINGTON
respectfully announce iini as a Candidate to repre
sent the 4th Congressional Distriet, at the electio
in October next.
For the Menuate.
g''Ilos. J. P. CARROLL is respectfully
announced by his friends as a candidate for re-elee
tion to the State Senate. at the ensuing election.
r-Tmx Friends or Maj. TILLMAN WAT
SON, respectfully nominate him as a candidate for
seat in the State Senate at the next election.
For the Hlouse.
D7 TuHE Friends or Dr. W. S. MOBLEY re
spectfully announce him as a Candidate for a
Seat in the llouse of Representatives at the enuiing
i' Tim Friends of Dr. IT. R. CooK respectfully
anlnouinec ii a Canudidate for a Seat in the nex
House of Representatives.
L"- Tus Friends of W. C. MORAGNE, Esq.,
r.spectfully announce him as a candidate for a Seat
in the Iouse of Representatives at the next election
MR. Enrron,--You wll pleas- announce G1:0
E. IIEN DY, Esq., as a Candidate for a Se;at inl
the House of Representatives at the next election
and oblige MANr VUTls.
C". MAJ. Z. W. CARWILE is respectful!y an
nounced by his friends as a Candidate for re-t-h-e
tion to the Hous.e of Representatives at the next
M-The Friends of WMI. 1. DORN, Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a C:mdidate for a Seat
in thte next House or Representatiyes.
.-Tus Friends of Mr. WADE HOLSTEIN
nomuIinate him as a candidate for a Seat in the
House of Representatives at the next election.
0- Tim Friends of CAREY W. STILES, Esq.,
respectfully announce hnni as a Candidate for a Seat
the next Legislalure.
Z- TilE Friends of GEO. W. LANDRUM an-t
nounce hin as a Candidate for a Seat in the nex
f-Tuis Friends of G. D. TILLMAN, Esq..
respectfully announce him as a candidate for a Seat
in the Legi-lature at the next election.
07 TiE friends of JOSEPH ABNEY, Esqr.
.respectfully announce him as a candidate for a seat
n the next Legtislature.
eg Til Friends of JAMES CAMERON. Esq.,
respectfully announce him as a Caindidate for a Seat
iin the next Legislature.
tr' TnE following gentlemen are nominated for
Commissioners of the Poor of Ed-efield Distriet, at
the ensuin- election ont the second Monday in O
tober next, viz:
GE00. A. STROTIIER,
B. F. LANIDRUM,
FEl'.X E. 801)1E,
W.1. QUA'TL EBU1,
For Tax Colloctor
A. Rt. AI11T.E,
WESLEY -W ERTlZ.
M. it. WIT~TLE,
TilO3AS II. REESE,
Rt. D). BRYAN.
TIIOS. G. BACON.
Ii. T. WIG~IIT,
JOIIN W. SMITH!,
W. F. DURI80E.
Edgefield Collegiate Institute
FOR YOUNG LADIES1
T H E next Sessionl will cotmmentee ont MONDJAY
Rrv. C. A. RAYMIOND, PntNcirar,, COL.LEGrIrTE
Mus. S. A. RtA Y3I0ND. Mestc DEr.ir.ssexT,
Mtss A NN A C. G I,.E)l)EN, Acans~it Dt:-.rAtnT.
31tss il-'L EN RAYUMONI). Pn ipt.tnt "
altss G.LEDDJEN, Asss-rrs- i.'jlustc"
MLIiss 0. brinigs with her the htighest commnnendaui
ions, frotm first class Semiinatries in wiib she has
taught at the North, both its an accmlliseTeachi
er in the hiigher departmlents if thet Academt~icl
studies, anti a!so as a superior .Musie Teacher.
CIAS. A. RLAYMC)ND), Plusclrat.
Sept 14 I-If5
TITIE First Session of thtese Instittutions will close
with the presenit month. The Second Session
will begin thie lith .1 uly, at which time it is desired
all candidates for admtission wiil be present.
ROH'T. M ERRlIWE'fllER,
Chair'a Board of Trustees.
June 26, 1854. tf 24
Edgefield iMale Academy.
T [lE Exercises of thtis Inistitution were restumet
on the first of August, under thte conltroll o1
M r J1. G REGG LE ITN E R, ourlhist year's Teacher.
Thie experience of a twelvemontht has fully satis.
fed us that no more competentt young gentlemn:
encn be found in the State thtan thle onte now at the
head of our Aeademy. The best proofl of this i.
Itheu general satisfaction given by him last year,
baLk.ed by the addlitional fact that his School, at the
termination of its firat week fur the second year,
numbered 43 Pupils.
The Trustees desire to assure- the Public that
their united eilbrts will be given to the cantse o1
their Schotol, andit a cotntinued and comnplete supervi
sion wili be exericised bty thtemt over its pro-tgress.
Mr. LErrNV.nt will in a short time procure a firsi
rate Assistant, and any number short of four scure
can then be well attended to.
The Building is in comfortable condition, havine
three large fire-places (one in each of the larC5
romstt,) and being well suppliedi with convenienl
tables anti arm-chairs of the best finish.
Once more we appeal to the people of Edlgefiehl
and the adjttining Districts, for their encouragetnen
of our earnest endeavors to establish a first rat.
For the Classical Departmenit, per annum,..8 36.0(
"" fliuher Eng. " " " ..-.32.01
"C " Ordinaury "~ "C CC "C ..26,l0
Capitol boarding to be had in pleasant families.
A RTilUR SIMKINS, I
GEO. A. ADDISON,
LEWIS JONES, |
R. T. MIM\S. )J
A ug 3, tf 2!)
THE Trustees of Becthany Academy take pleas
..ure in antnotuneing to the putblic, that theih
School will he opened fotr the receptiont of student
otn thte 2nd Mtnday itn .lantuary 1854, under thte su
pervisiotn of the well knotwn and successful Itnstrue
tr. W3st. M. lir.A'rit, Esq.
Rates of Tuition the smtne as those chtarged b:
Ithe fornmer Rector, Mr. Oal-rIs.
IBoardl can be obtained in the most respectabi
faniies on reasonable terms and convenient to th
School. W IL EY HIA RR ISON, '
W. TIM MER.\ A N,
* J. L. TA LERT,
Da. S.F. ST EV ENS,J
.Dn,,-1 lyv 49
-TY Ofiee is at Edgeflild C. II. for the present.
OIV iC. W. STYLES.
Sept 27 tf 37
I Law Notice,
E ITUnder-igned have forned a Partnership.
and will PItACTICE LAW in Edgetield, Ab
beville and Lexington.
C EORG E W. LANDRUM,
Edmgefield C. IT., Sept -'), 1S54. f 36
Law and Equity,
iTIE Undersigned have forned a partuership
'T for the praetice of Law and Equity.
9T OFFJCE at Edgefield C. 11., S. C.
M. L. BONHANT,
S. W. MABIRY.
Sept 13, 185t. ___ tf 35
S. S. TOM71P INS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFIcr. 1A O U.tAR orTnCo:T 3s.
E.20-field, S. C., Feb 8. if 4
Practice of Surgery!
P". JIU"IA N"A"^RIS. Augusta,
JGa., is prepared toaceommodate with Lodginag
-aand Nur.,ing. sneh patients a.; may be directed to
him for S U IG ICA L OPER.\TIONS or Treatment.
'd7.\leasters may be assured that their Servants
will have every necessarv attention.
-A ugu'sta, My 26, lV 19
.1 o t 1 C C.
LL Persons imlebted to the Estate of Jacob 13.
1 Smith, previmuma to 1.t January last, are re
qutsted to iake p::amentt.:nd all having demaands
against the satme will hand them in properly attcted.
BEN.1AIlN WAL-DO, E'ors.
GEO. A. ADD ISON.
Aug10 tf 30
McGREGOR B SMITH,
CARRIAGES, IUBGGIES, &c.
1.UC'GCECOn & SMIT!l, build to order Car
ri oes f every description. They also keep
on hand a large and splendil assortnwnt of
New and Second-Hand Carriages.
gg- All orders prowmptly attended to, and Re
pairing neatly excted.
.iraield C. II., Jan 8 tf 1
F. M. N I C H O L A S,
B EG LEAVE to inform the citizens of Edge
field DistIlet that he has on hand a small lUt o
Also. Sonie that le can sell as LOW as ONE
IIUN LII)D DOLLARS, and oithers at moderate
prices. Persons wishing such articles woul d1 well
ito give him a call before purebasing elsewhere, as
he can aive thema hetter bargains than can they get
this side of Nvw Yoak.
.lune S.tf 21
PLICATION will be made at the next Ses
1. sion of the Leuislature for an naendnent of
the Charter of the Village of Edgeield, so as to en
able the Town Council of said Village to subscribe,
on cetain conditiors, Twenty Thousand Dollars to
a Rail lIoad leadinag from soiae point on ilae Green
ville & Columbia Rail Road. ela Edgpfleld C. H-.,
tat Aiken on the lm Souath Carolina Ba:d Ioad, or some
pmint adjacent thereto.
Sept 14 3m 35
PPLIC.\TION will he made to the General
A .A\ssemaab'y of South Caroalina at its next Ses
sitn for atacuhnents ta the Chaarter of the *1 Savan
nah River Valley R. R.," autlorizxng the construe
tin elf B.ranachs from some points on said Road, to
comrnet vith the Greenville & Columben R. Roai
at air niear ;thC towna of Grecialam , and with the
Savannaht 11iver :at or near the Town of Vienna.
Al:. ror atlority tao iswue baanis by said Company.
-:amd for other amaendmalents that may be deemed
necessiry to the perfection aif the present Charter.
Au., 24 3m1 32
'TIHE City Couancil of A ngusta, Georgia, will
m nake applicatimn to the Legislature of Souath
Carolia,~ at its naext s-ttiaar. for a chaarter to thec
southtl Carolina tnd maf te Br'ime lemading~ aeros< the
Savantnah River from Atuga.ta, Georgia, to Ham
burg, South Caroaliana.
I AUNER P. ROBERTSON.
Mlavar City oaf A ugnasta, Georgia.
Aaugus-ta, Ga.., A ug 21, 1854. 3m 32
I a~rehar riven that appliation will be made to
Rm'ad fromn thae A iken Roada, at or nerar Posey's
Brimbe. tao interseet thae R idge Road, of or near MIar
Aug 24 3m ___3__
SPPL IC ATION will be madae to the~ Legis'rature
caof Saauth Caroaaaa at its netxt Sesisiona, to in
crprtate the ' Ilamaaburg Butilditng und Loan Asso
llanmburg, Auaguat 21, 1S54 3m 32
SPPTCA TION will be nmadme to thec Legislatre
o f Southa Cti rn, at its next Session, by vari
os stu!lerers, prayin~ te refundtaing frm thae Slate
Treasury the :aaount of toalls exacted froma thema aat
a Tiall GSate erectead by .lonesa & K~ennedy, in otte of
te Straits of thec Tomwn of If amahurtt, near the Au
csta Bridge, believina! such etollectioin of tolls to
be unjunst, mppressive anad unnoeessry.
llamabuarg. .June 5 tf 21
TS hecreby givena thaat appliention i!i hte made to
thae next saessmiona of thae Legsataure for a public
Rad fro'nm, he ay pmlae, on thae Higgins' Ferry
Roadm, runnaing floe East to interseet the f'erkin's
Ferry Rad at or near 31aj. G. D). Hluiet's.
A ug 17 3m, 31
I S haerehv given thtat application will he made to
Ithec Legislature at its next session tat anmend the
Carter of the Edgetield & Checathamn Plank Road
A ug 17 3mn 31
IPPLIC.\TION will he made~ at the neat Ses
Ision of the Legislature foar a Railromad Charter
ram somea poitnt oat thec Greenville & Calunmbia
Rail Rouadl near' Iliggitn's Ferry on $zalud~a River, to
somaae point on thec Hlamburg & Columbia Rail Road
near the P'ine llouse.
A ug 2, 3m 29
I Not ice.
4PPLICATION will be madae aut the next Ses
f sion of the Legislature faar a Charter for a Rail
Rod trom somea poinat on the Bluie Ridge Rail Road,
at or near A ndersont C. II., via Edgetield C. H., to
some poinat on the South Carolina Rail Road, at or
Aug 10 3m 30
APPLICATION will be male at the next Ses
~i siun of thae Legislature of thais State, for an
amenamaent to te Glaarter of thte Town of Aiken,
andl iar other purposes. 3m0
A ug 103m0
TS laereby given that application will be made at
.1 the nexat sittinar of the Legaslature, to re-chatter
lorse Creek as a navigable streama, and for other
A ug 10 3m 30________
APPLTCATION will he made at the Legisla.
Ature at its next Session, by sundry creditors 01
tae late Hlenry Shaualt. to. namend the Charter of thea
Aagusta Bridlge to Joneaas & Kennetady, as to re-quira
th tals received by thaem to be divided amnong ail
thc Credhitoars, instead of preferintg the paresent hol
ders of the Charater.
llantaburg, dlune 5 tf 21
lManufactured Tobacco ?
ULST Received aditect fromr the Facetory, Thairty
Boxe CilWINGTOBA CCO, comprisimt
Four Chtoico Brands, viz: iloney Dew, Oronoco
Extra anad Premaium. For sale by the Box, or al
retail at LOW PRICE'S. Don't~ fail to call ani
sapj'le before buyinag elsewhere.
I G. L. PENN, Aamer.
NEW FALL GOODSI
H AS just received frim New York a part of his
FALL SUPPLIES, embracing a great va
Suitable for the p; -sent season, among whieh are
Itich Satin Piaid. Brocade and Fancy SILKS, of
the latest Paris styles;
Rich all Wool Paris Printed DELAINES, of
new and elegiant styles;
French a I Wool Fancy PLAIDS, of beautiful
style for Ladies Dresses;
English PRINTS and Fancy GINGRAMS,
warranted fast colors;
Sup English.Mourning PRINTS and GIG.>
Lupin's Plain White, Black an&. Fanny Colored
MERINOS. of. superior quality;.
Lupin's Plain Black aid Fancy Colore& DE
LAINES, and Plain Black CIJALLYS;
Superior Blaek BOMBAZINES. Black AJ
PACAS. and .Phick Canton CLOTHS;
Superior English Bilach CRAPESj for Trimming
and for Mourning Veils ;.
Lailios' Embroidered French COLLARS, UN
DERSLEEVES and COLLARETS, of beauti
Ladies' Mourning COLLARS and UNDER
Worked Muslin EDGINGS and INSERT
INGOS, and Narrow Thread EDGINGS;
[ri.-h Thread, Valenciennes, Mahese and Honiton
Lailies' Embroidered, Seolloped, Wide Henr
sttehel and Mourning French Lawn HANKER
CHIEFS, of beautiful styles;
Fancy Neck and Bonnet RIBBONS'
La tis' Kid and Gauntlet GLOVES, sa Long
and Short hand Black Laee MIf TTS;
Ladies' Black Spun Silk and Fleery-lined HOH,
some of extra weight and size, of the best make
Real Welsh and Heavy Shaker FLANNELS, of
the best make ;
Superior Welsh GAUZE, Saxony and Silk Warp
Heavy all Wool Red FLANNELS, forsersEantst
at low prices
English C4l'd *FLANNELS, for Ladies' sacks;
English and American Canton FLANNEAS, of
superior style and quality. with a great variety'of
other new atid beautiful articles of Staple and Fancy
JDry Goods, many or which have just. been pur
chased at auction far below the cost of importation,
and all of which will be sold at very low prices.
Families wishing to purehase their Fall supplires
eirly, are respectfully invited to call and examine
Augusta. Sept 11 tf 35
W ILLIAM1 SIIEAR,of Auguta,Ga.,basjust
received frot New York,
Englsh Tapestry Velvet CAR ETS, of rich
English Brussels CARPETS, o and.ele
gant patterns; -
Superior Threce-Ply and Ingrain CARPETSi of
new and beautiful styles:
Sup. Plain and Twilled Venetian CARPETS;
IRich Chenille RUGS, to match the Carpets:
The Tapestry, Velvet and English Brussels CAR
PETS, are of the most recent importations, and
in richness of co!or and elegance of style and pnt
tern, surpass any I have ever offered to the public.
They are also offered at greatly reduced prices, and
the public are respectfully invited to examine the a*
A ugusta, Sept 11 if 35
Warehouse a n d Commission
M E a H A Nl T,
R) ENEWS the tender of his services to the pub
R lic, for the Storage and Snle of CO'TON-,
GIAIN, FLOUR, BACON,and all othercountry
produce. Purchase of lerchandize, and every
description of produce on orders. Will make ah.
advances on shipments of Cotton to Savannah, Char
leston, Baltimore and New York : with the usual
cash advances on Cotton or other Produce in store.
Charges-eustomary rates of the city. .
Augusta, Sept 11 3,n* 33'
To the Public,
O N the first of October next, I shall open at my
Old Stand in this place, a LARGE and
General Assortment of Groceries;.
Together with every other article that is necessary
to mtake up Planters' Supplies, all of wvhieh will bie
soldl at Who'esale or Retail as low as as any other
hlouse in the alarket.
Thle light recipts last season forced myself with
manty other buvers to the A nigusta market to fill-our
orders fair Cottin, but I hope a bountiful crop will
supercede' the necessity of leaving home to purehts.,
a commodity that is so abundantly produced ia our
Our Market is equal to any in the State, and I
iterefore soalic.it a renewal of the very liberal patont
age heretofore bestowed on mec; andl will, at: all
time's be itn the Muarket for every kind of produe
at the highest C ASH P RICES, and will be pleased
to meet nay old friends and patrons.
B3. 8. DUIYBAR..
Uamburg, Sept 11 3t 35
Egr The A bhevith~ Banner, Laurensvilo leraueml
anad Anderson Gazette wIll give the above thiree in
sertions and forward bills to B. S. D.
Paints, Oils and Glags,
Charleston, 5. C,
H E Keeps constantly for sale, a general assort
mient of Paints and Oils of all kinde, Varnishes,
Window Glass and Sashes, Spts. Turpentine, Spirit
Gas, Cotton Foaot-Gin Fixtures, Glue atid Brushes
of various kinids.
Ch~arle~staan, Sept 4 ly 34
C R0 OK E R & R E ES,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
Jackson Street, below and on the opposite aide of
Warren's Btock, AUGUSTA, GA.
T HIE Undersigned would respectfully inform
their friends and former patrons, that they wilt
remove, ian the 1st September next, to thre NEW
anal SUB3STANTIAL Fire-Proof Ware
haouse on Jackson Street, below and owr the oppo
site of Warretn Block.
We wvill give our personal attention to ull business
entrusti~d to our care, as heretofore, ar.i hnape to
merit a continuance of the favor of former patrons.
We are prepared to make, at all times, liberal
cash advances a'n Produce in Store.
Orders fiar BAGGING, ROPE and FAMILY
SUP'PLIES will be carefully filled, ad at flee lw
est market price. .OI .COKR
JOIIN C. REES.
A ugusta, Aug. 3, 3m 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROTANA,
John Briggs and others,
Jas. A. Talbert, guar. ad lilemn
I N obedience to an Order of Court in this ease,
I will sell at Edgefield C. H., on the fires
Monday in November next, the following Tract
A Tract containing one hundred and forty
acres, more or less, and bounded b Lands of
the Estate of Samuel Tompkins, ded., Thomaa
Barrat, and others, being a parcel of Land con
veyed by John Blaekwell to Henrietta Logan
TF~ttMS-A credit of twelve months from dai
of sale. Purchaser to give bond, with. gool
surety, to secure the purchase money. A mortt
gag of the premises will be required. Costs
to be paid in cash.
A. SIMKJNS, c. R. E. D.
Sept 20O 71 . . 36 -
A PLICATION will be made by the Town
A.Council of 1hamburg to the Legislature at its
next sessia'n for various amendments of the Charter *
of the Town. First, for the privilege of subscribing
to Stock in tihe Hamburg and Columbia Rail Road.
Secondly, for increasing the subscription to Stock
in the Savannah Valley Rail Road, and lastmly for the
privilege of building a free bridge acros-the Savan'o
nab River opposite Augusta, Ga.
By order of Council.
'JOHN E. McDONN~ALD, Czaux.
Hambur5r. Augr 13, 3m 3