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NEW FALL GOODS I
W LLIANM SHEAR, Augusta Ga., has re
ceived from New York his FULL SUP
PLIFSof FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, em
bracing a large andsplendid assortment suitable for
the Fall and Winter se'son, among which are
Rich Fancy co!ored Silks, of new and beautiful
Plain.Black Silks, in great variety of style, and
of superior quality;
Rich P1aris printed DeLaines, and Fancy of all
Wuol Plaids ;
Lupin's colored white and black Merinos, and
plain colored DeLaines;
A very lwge supply of small-figured, ill-wool
printed DeLaines, for children, of new and beauti
English and American Fancy Prints, in a great
variety of styles;
Superior Scotch faney Ginghams, of new and
beautiful Winter sty-les;
Elegant French Embroideries, embracing La
dies' Collars, Chemizettes, Undersleeves and ITand
kerchiefs, of new and sp!endid styles ;
-dies'- Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks and Tal
mas of the latest styles; -
itaies' Eich Embroidered n d Plati Pais Silk
Velvet Cldks. I ' * -
A large supply of Ladies'', Misses' and Children's
Hosiery, of the best make
Ladies aud Gentlemen's Sup. Gauntlet Gloves;
Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Silk Vests.;
Gentlemen's and Youth's Silk and Merino Shirts
Superior Wgeh Gauze, Saxony and Silk Warp
Superior Engah Colored Flannels, for Ladies'
Esglish. and American Cotton Flannels, of extra
A vay hrge fapply of Mourning Goods, for La
diies' na..fsuperior quality :
aior 124 Linen Shectings and Pillow Case
Supei-r Q-4:nd 10-4 Table and Damask Dia
pers, some -of extra quality
Rich Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, some'of
Scotch aril Bird's Eye Diapers, extra fine, for
' Heavy Scotch Diapers and Itunkabanks; for
Supeor Whitney and Merino Blankets of extra
Superior Crib Blankets;
Also, a great variety of other seasonable articles
suitab!e for Family and Plantation use. The public
are respectfully invited to call and examine the as
W. S. especially solicits a call from his long-con
tinued friends and patrons, and assures them that
no exertions on his part will be wanting to supply
them with the latest and most desirable styles of
Goods, at the lowest prices.
Augusta, Nov 14 if 44
NEW FALL DRY GOODS,
CORNER OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
; ILLER & WARREN, will offier great
. inducements to their friends and customers
this season to purchase their FALL and WINTER
They de not pretend to say they have the richest
and largest stock ever offered in this city, that they
have better taste in their selections, or possess supe
rior advantages over their neighbors; but they have
certainly the richest and most elegant stock they
ever had in store.
-IN DRESS GOODS
They have Rich Satin Striped Plaid SILKS;
Rich Heavy Crocade Col'd do.
Bk. Satin Striped Plaid and Watered SILKS of
new and beautiful styles;
Plain Red SILKS, and Plain do.
Rich Pited Fr. CASHMERES and DE
Beautiful small fig. DELAINES, for misses'
Plain French MERINOS and CASHMERES:
of every shade;
Sup. tine Blk. Fr. BOMBAZINE;
S6- -" CHkLLE and DELAINES;
MANTILLAS, TALMAS AND -CLOAKS
enmbiracing every variety of patterns and niatrial,
from low-priced to the richest and highest cost
m1zCu1rt.lfr.rz, comprising a large and
most elegant assortment of Rich French Worked
Collars, Chemizettes, Undersleeves,.: Stomachmers,
llandkerchiefs, Infants' Robes and Worked Bodies.
Maltese Collars, Chenmizettes and Sleeves:
Rich Embroidered Bands, of the latest styles 0f
1eanut ful lot of Bonnet and Neck Ribbons;
Linen Cambric hem-st'ed 1landkerchiefs,Mjltts,
Black andl White Silk IHosiery ; Alpaca and Mo
ravian Ihose ;
La lies and Misses Hlose, all sizes:
" Silk and .Merino Vests and Misses do.
--IN HOUSE-KEEPING AETICL
They have an endless variety of TOWELLINGS
TABLE NAPKINS and DOYLES;
12-4 Linen and Cotton PILLOW CASE Goods,
TABLE CLOTHS, all sizes, of the richest
Damask and Snow drop figures.
French and English CASSIME RES, BROAD
CLOT HS, VESTINGS, TWIE EDS, Welsh
FL ANNELS, and every other article kept in the
Dry Goods line.
#ersons visiting the City, can rely on finding the
eest styles of Goods, and in richnhss and variety
unsurpssed in any market, to which their attentior:
is invited, as they will be olfered at low prices.
Augusta, N'ov- 2-> tf 44
Carpets and Curtain Mlaterials
WILL IAMY SHEAR, AUGUS-rA, Ga.
Yhas just received from New York a largi
s ipply of
Eniglish Brussels Carpets, of the best quality an
of new and elegant styles ;
2English Velvet Carp'ets, of new and splendi.
Extra Three Ply, Ingrain and Venetian Carpets
Rich Chenille Rugs, to match the Carpets ;
Printed Crum~b Cloths in patterns and by the yar
Rich colored Damasks and DeL:,ines, for Cur
tains. with Gimps and Tassels to match.
Rich Einbroidered Lace and Mluslin Curtains
ad 'some at very low prices;
Embroidered Muslin, for 'Curtains, by the yard
Window Shades of beautiful styles;
Superior Furniture Dimities and Fine Cotto1
Gilt Cor-nices, Curta-h Bands, and Bl-ass ani
Tated Stair Rods;
The Public are respectfully invited to call and cx
amine the assortment.
\.uguata, Nov 14 tf 44
50 HIHDS. SUGAR, Also 50 Barrels STEW
A RT'S do.
200 Bags COFFE E.
25 Hinds. MO L ASSES,
200 Coils R OPE, some very superior,
100VBales Gunny and Dundee BAGGING.
30 Whmole, Ilalf amnd Qnarter Btbls. No 3 ,No'
and Mess MA CKEREL, also Kits,
" And we would AIso state," that we have a fin
Blankets, Negro Cloths,
edsteads, Chairs, Saddl-s, Osnaburga, Stripem
Iron, Nails. Oils, White Lead, Shot, Bar Lead,
Salt, Cheese, Powder, Soap, Rice,
Bacon, &c., &c-. &e-,
And in fact, every article nsually found in a Gre
ery Store. - J. SIBJ.EY & SON.
flamibnrg, Nov 14, - if d4
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
-IN ORDIN ARY.
1,Y II. T. WRIGIIT, Esquire, Ordinary o
o hereas .Barnabas Kreps has applied tc
me-or Letters of' Administration, onali anc
singular the goods and chattels rights and cr-ed
its of' Andrew Kr-eps, late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admomish al.
and singular, the kindred and creditors of tht
suid deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court f(or the said District,
to be hooldeni at Edgefield C. H: oni the 11th day
of December niext, to showcattse, if any, why
tie said administration shound not be granted.
Given untderumyhiand and seaul, this 2.7th day of
No-., in the year of our Lord one thousatnd
eht hundred atnd fifty-four and in the seventy
imnha f Americant Independence.
nint yea o I. T. WRIGHT, 0. E. D,
WARD & BURCHARD,
O-rosirre MAsoxC IAIL, ALGcsTA, GEnoRIA.
A RE now receiving theirFALL and WINTER
New and ahiotiable Goods,,
Among which will.be fiid.n mnynoreltieinqDre
Goods, as well as a gneral iissertmerit of liouselhold
articles. They ask .ittntion0t the following:
ParisSaeque and Opera FIA NNELS, new shades,
American'Sacqi;e PLA1VNELS, plain and figur'd,
Luipin's Superior MERINOS, ill colors,
Lupin's black and colored CHALLIES and AL
Lupin's.DELAINES. plain, figured and plaids;
Lupin's Black DELAINES& BOMBAZINES;
Rich Col'd SILKS, in Brocade, Plaids & Stripes;
Superior Black Taffeta and Italian SILKS;
6-4 Silk POPLINS, high colors;
Scotch PLAIDS in every variety:
American.D .LAINES and CASHMERESall
-the nvdesigns in Plaids, Stripes & Figures;
Beautiful Frencihand English PRINTS;a
Highland ant& Royal. Plaid GINGHA MS.;-a:
Fren-b. CASHMERE DE'ECOSSE; . .
Scotoh..CHECKS~,.tor blisses; .
aos y es'1inlrp nidAmeriedni~PAN
EMBROiDE RIESofevrydesription, LA CES
- and EDGINGS.
Besides a large stoek -or housewife and servants
goods.. They respectfully as.k those making their
winter purchases to examine their goods. Orders
attended to promptly .and faithfully.
WARD & 3URCIIARD.
Oct. 19 10 40
NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE,
NEXT DOOR TO "BANK OF AUGUSTA,'
Broad St.'Augna, Ga.
T HE Subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of Edgefield District and vicinity, that
he has opened a LARGE and ELEGAINT AS
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Consisting in'part (ftho follewing Stocks, all of
which will be found well assorted. viz:
LINENS, PRINTS, GINGiIAMS, DOMESTICS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
DRESS GOODS, SILKS, 31ERINOS,
HOSIERY, WHITE.GOODS. LACES,
EMBRODERIES. SHAW LS, MANTILLAS,
RIBBONS, &c., &c.
Ott the Second Floor is a spacious room where
will be displayed the RICIIEST
With every article prtaining to this branch of the
trade ever offered in A ugusta.
Large Stock of Negro BLANKETS. KER
SEYS. PL AINS. SA TINE TS, K ENTUCKY
JEANS, OSNABURGS. d.c.,always on hand.
Zy Country lerchants woujd do well to exati
ine this Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
3. K. BANCRiOFT,
Next door 'to ]mnnk of Augusta.
A ugusta. Oct 17 6t -in
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Eliza A. Bell,
.s. Billfor Partition.
IN obedience to an order of Court in this case.
signed at June Term, 1'"2, I will proceed
to sell on ite first Monday in .itnuary 1855, at
Edgefield C. I., the following Tract or Land.
the sale of Milichha:been lthut far postponed
by consent-of -parties:
A~T-ract (of.tie eshite of J. A. Bell, d&'d.,)
known as the" HoWe Tract,' containin'g one
hundred acres, more or less, situated in the State
and District aforesaid, lying on the waters of
Turkey Crelfiad 'bounded by lands of T. L.
Martin, Tandy Burkhalter and Abraun Kilerease.
This Tract hs been occupied for-the: last year
or two by-the -idoiv6f J. A. Bell.
TERms-A credit of twelve months. except
as to somueh as will pay-. nosts which will be re
quired in catsh. Purchaser to give bond with
ample security,-anid to pay for patpers.
A. SD3IKINS, c. E. E. D.
Nov 14 7t 44
State of South Carolina,
Chirles WVise, Joihn C. Payne,1 '. *
Geo. Bairney Payne, Elizar
beth Tait. and othters, Pa tin
John Wise Carter, Chas. Car- |
ter, Rudolph Carter and others.)J
B Vito of an Order from the Coturt of
Equtty in this case, I will proceed to sell
at Edgefield C. II., on the first Mlonday in Jan
uary tnext, the following real estste, of which
Mrs. Elizabeth Carter was seized and possessed
at the time of her death.
Tract No. 1, containing eight hundred and
ninety-s acres, more or less, sttuate tn thte Dis
trict arid State aforesaid, lying on the waters of
Little Horse Creek, and bounded by latnds of
Albert Ramnbo, John Morris and others. On this
Tract, there is a valuable site for a Factory
abundant waler power, &c.
!Tract No. 2, containintg five hundred and lf
teen acres, situate as the above, and adjoiniing
lands of John Marsh and of the estate of John;
Tratct No 3, containing six hundred and eighi
ty-seven acres. siztate as above antd adijoining
hinds of John Wise, John Mairsh antd others.
These lanids will be sold for otne-lthird cash,
the balance patyable in twelve tmonithS from day
IBonds and good securities required to secure
the purchase money.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Plats of the land will be exhibited on the day3
of sale. A. SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Nov 29 St 4'i
State of.South 0:arolina,
Dempsey Morgan and others,
Whitfield Morgan and others.
j3Y Virtue of' an Order from Chan. WVarn.
LAW, I will sell at the plantation belontging
to the children of~ Evan Morgan, dec'd., at pttb
lie outcry, on Tuesday the 2ntd day of Jainuary
next, the following real and persoital estate.
A Tract of Land situate in the District and
State aforesatid, containing six hundred acres
more or less, antd adjouining latnds of Taudt
Blurkhtalter, Newel White, L. D. Cochran and~
Also, the following Negro slaves, to wit
Sam, Abba, Fannty, 'Violet, George, Edmuand
Ellen, Georgian, Phillis, Frank, Sarah, T'omi
|Carolitne, Wa~shington, Nancy and Peter.
TEaMSi-The above negroes will ho sold on:r
credit of one year from the day of stale. Thi<
.land be sold in two separate Tratcts, (plats o!
which wvill be exhibited on the day of sale) or
a credit of one and two yenrs, emxeept as lto M
inuch as will defray the costs of the suit, whielh
are to be paid in cash. P'urclbasers to give bond
witha good surety to secure the puarchase money,
Rf Any person desirons of seeitng the :above
property will be obliged bycalling on Mr..Thos.
Morgant or Little bury Goohran, Faetq..
A; SIMKINS, c. E. E. D.
Nov 27, 1854. 5t4a
State of South Carol ina,
- iN ORDINARY.
BY H. T. WRIGHT,El'sq, O.rdinary of Edge.
- Whereas, John Davis has applied to me for
Letters of Administration, on all and'sint~ti
the goods and chattles, rights and eredits ofi
Kindred R. Hartley, late or the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admiroti:4 all
and singnlar, tlis kindred -and ereditors of the
said deceased, tor be and- appear before nte, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the satid Distrie:,
to be holden at Edgefield C. 11., onr the 11th
day of Dec. next, to show caase, if nny, why
the said administration should not be tgrantled.
Given under my hand and seal, this 25th day
of Nov. in the yeair of our Lord one thousand
eight htundred and fifty-four, atnd in the 79th
yer of American Inde'pendence.
Nov 29 H. T. W'RTIHT, 0. E. D).
AT THE IRON =RONT STORE OPPOSITE THE
-Masonic Hall, Augusta, Ga.
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Carpet Bags, &Q.
'AR Enw reciving their FA1 LL STOCK 6f
... Gents. Tl.dids. llisses, Boys, Youths and
hildiren's SIHOES of the
And the best lat e:n be bought.
Our Assorn'ont contains EVERY ARTICLE
usual!y kept in the largest RIot and ShoeStores.
--AT.L. VAIETIIrS OF
AjVD 10 USE SERVANTS' SHOES
All of which we will sell on the most reasonable
Augusta, Oct 12 tf 39
AGNEW, FISHER & AGNEW,
NEWBBERY C. H., S. C.,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, P A IN T S) OILS,
WindoiW GIR - -
Groceries, ry Goods, &c.,
And Buyers of Cotton and country produce.
r.'Planters visiting this Market will find i
greatly to their ad:mtniage by giviig us a call.
AGNEW, FISHEU -_ AGNEW.
Newberry C. If., April 13f tf 3
UT The Abbeville Banner will please copy four
Paints, Oils and Glass,
O2:arlestonu, S. C.
HE Kceeps (ofstlit',v Ciii i Lit'. a1 teticra! as-rt
Iiwent of Paints and ils o.f all ki ds, Varnishies,
Window Glss nli eSash, sp i. Tur1peitie, Spirit
Gas, Cotton Foot-Ginl Fixtures, Glue a Bru~hes
of various kinds.
Charlestin. Sept 4 . y 31
F.X. IN I O OL A!?,
B EG LEAVE to iuform the citizens o: Edge
field Distict that lie has on hanld a siall lot o
Bhoice Bu ies!
Also. Some that he can -sell as LOW as ONE
IIUNDRED D0LL1ARlS, and others at moderate
priees. I'rsoi wishiig such articles wiuldl d welt
to give him a call before psurchiatsing el.seweivre, a,
he can tive them better bargains th.an can they get
this side of New Yolk.
.1un 8, titef 2
To the Planters of Edgefield,
WfINVENTY per cent can be saved by buying
I. BOUTS and S;OES at the l'anters' DI.ept.
The Stock is ll New anid Fre.WIs, nid warrat
edI to give general satis.ution. Ainngst this large
and well selected Stock mny be found
10.000 Pair Miens Heavy Rip Plantation Brogans,
5.000tj " hrivs Rip and luset -"
.1),004 atl us'litchmi ng and lunting Poots,
Teither with a LA RG - and SNI.EN I D Stock
of Ladies, Gent lmen, Doys;. isses a:.d Cinlilren's.
Boots and Shoes,
LATESr STYLES, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
A mong this line Stock can t hal G itleeni's
French-mtade .Iouts :I'l Gaiters. Also, Ladies:
Frech Giers sf Kid G live Leather.
'Tie Pub)lie are respectfully invited to call an.1
examine beore purelasinig elsewhere as Goods will
) freely shown and one price asked.
li 'lease Rlemember the name and ruinber
PioRIIETOR OFTHP.r PLANTERo' Boi-r & SioE V Ero'r
No :251- Broad-St., opposite the U. S. I lotel,
P. S.-I also keep onl hanil a large Stock of Laidies
and Gentlemen's Tfravellin Truiks, Carpet Unes
ant4 Valises. Also hi.ses' Schoo! Satchels-all of
whiili will be suld low ftar Cish. i. C.
Oct 5 hm'
To Country M~erchants,
Ssemrfromi New York, IUnhimoire and
Phiadlpia aLAlOCE andi WELL SEL.ECTEDJ
. Fall aP.d VWinter ry Goods,
WVhicht we will m.:ll toi Counitry M.luehatls. as cheapl
as~ they can lpuirchase t he sane Goods in any house
in this cotuntry. Om- Stock hais hieen purchasedl
very closely, andi~ in part. expressly fthe the count ry
tradc. Aitmeng our Stick can be Iund
5 eases Irish Mliwlin hi ILAIN ES;
3 do. dii G1NGhiAMlS, 40) inehes wide;
5 do. French doi. .
2 (d9. Laieastet ili. do.
5 do. Sei chid. dii.
I5 dii. Alanche:ter Mmciti DtEL.\INES;
3 doi. Fine French MI El INO:)
2 do. Plta i ald I.)El IN1 ES, all wooil;
2 do. Cobiurgs:
5 do. Black ALPA CA :
21) do. Prited CA LICO, Stam:lard birands ;"
It) do. Brown andi illeached Si11 IITINGS;
t0 bales Blue STRI|PFS. and a full ,iesortmient of
Cas:imeires. Cassime~urtt', Tweeds. Ketntnekyv .1eants
G RA Y BR IOT iUE R S,
30) l broa u S'rn E ir.
The Winnsboro Casket,
1jIIE terliher will pub iith about the first it
Ik-c'e t, th~de liri-t nuitiber of a newa Ia
per with thi- abovce nta ne, priovided a sulileien1l
amotunit of subi:i:ins tbe obitn.d t-o warratmt hi-;
in doin" -i. ToX be tieatly pr-inted on giood paper,
cotat~i'g Tweinty-tfiur (t..utins of maiter, it wiill
be the~ de --':' and it Ilin of the hm~itger~ to miake
it ani nett a l ti .um I NEwtAarEat, free fr-omt every
thing hiain a iiousi or imm~iorat lpiia:meiie. whids
he will end~eavor: tio prove it a weh-.tiie vsittr ti
the Doitnestic circee ming~ii its mornbtiers mote hap,
pyt andi c ontenute.ldi-th variious elu-ses of woirk in'.
menitt Ii and hiebnt-s wil lindl in it s.Inelinui ti ini
iminrveumenit in .\ grieuhunre, l 'ai~tent- of recnt it
venitin ant! Discovery, as well as every thing ciii
cernmin.it or all'eetinig the gr.at indu-trialI Persuit:
and interessof ouri: State anti Cosutry, wilt be given
in shiort, it wil! hie ievotted tt everyting ini g. n
T!is or Srunsanzr-riox : l 50 n the recptial
of-the lirst numuber, or $2 if delayed thuree mnuths
Nov 2 If 4
Valuable Pilntation for Sale
IN IBAKER C;OUNTY, G..
r 'iull. wellk Iniownt Oak atnd 1iekory Cotton, Plan
t :ttin, alled Greenwoodnl. liutd nte C. obi
wahli-e Swaimmp, six mtiles wt t of Alllbany, hake
C.outty.t~ (ni w Ji.u::hrlerty . Said IPhmi tatioin con~i
tins 150 aiflrtes omf the very bes-t land in sail cou-tnty
mosit of which is cleared, with extenisive imuprove
mee-ts oni it. jai per-i + ,.rderu. 2iky u-nul eropi
sl.l ijth the Iplae Said lnia:tioni has privel
very he'.ithy. I wt I reserve one lot of two hiun
dred and1 lifty iee itfi the purchantser doeisu no't ohije-l
The fertili t i nd ic nee-faiiing qu:;:ies of Unke
Co.unty lani, teh.r wth lhe e-xempittion. in
reait meiLa-ire, fromtdi th ll \\'iim and Catiriiliei
bin ig so we.'l know.v rennieri. iit usv'ess ti enumec
rmite mny.-tge's they ny .ssess iover at:
c~oin lands- in this' :ie hir 'h:..hee I! :
reaso trseine i to i co:ents -.- my It-n tin
Bfrsec 1n bu ress Trerm sy othI u
ebs . A SC p e ych wtoh i f n . ti G S Esns-I
LLERi sl&i. Wa!tE , .\n-iusta. G.,in fitn<
whitch thely inita e thlettetionii of liiuie-Keeper:
and Pl\V.Mm i'r A.
WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL
--m DEALER IN
J jA. N EWBY & CO., umuer-U.. Hoel. A neustu. Gn., are now receiving the LARGEST,
SBEST mid MO0ST FASH ifONAliLMAB N~T1ITo
SMRING AND SUMM7YER READY-FIADE CLOTHING,
Ever offered in the City ',f Angusta. 1n addiiion to which, we are weekly receiving -FRESH
SUPPLIES from our llouse in Nrw York. We also keep constantly on hand a large Stock of
YOUTH'S AND CHIILDR1EN'S CLOTHING.
ALSO, a full assortmeiit of FURNISHING ARTICLES, for gentlemen's wear.
i-Country Merchants and ial persons visiiing Augnata will fwd it to their interest to
examine our Stock, as we are determined to offer our Goods at the lowest prices imaginable..
August.:. April 3. 1854. if 12
I ror Sheriff
FELTX E. >ODJ2E,
For Tax Collector
TIOMAS B. ItEESE,
A. R. ABLF,
WLESLEV W ERTZ.
Il. It. W H 17ITTL.C
TTOS. G. BACON.
It. 1). IIiYAN.
.. or Ordinary.
JOH N W. S.i'lH,
ii. T. mWavrH,
W. F. I)URISO,
rUE Undersigntd ihave formed a Pe-tnership.
.and will lRACTICE LAW in Edgel!ld, .Ab
beville and r.exington.
G 01E W. L.\ XD1 1.UN I,
AlJ N ER PF i.IPN.
Ed-nfel1 C. TIt., Sept ,154 .t 2
Law and- Equity,
T ITE Undersigned have- fomed a pirtnership
Tfor t he pr:tice of .aw alnd Euity.
IP UFFice at Edgefield C. II.. S. C.
M. I . ONI0TA M,
S. W. INAiIty.
Sept 13, 1F5 t. tf 3>
Practice of Surgery!
D R. JURIAH HARRIIS. Angnu-a.
. Ga., is pr eI Iv]t.aepar ItInommIod(] e with I hIn
:ml Ntrrsirig, snelt pativ.ls as may be dlieelil ti
him li) f 1GICA .ol'ERATIONS rit Treatmin't.
(17 .\Iasters may be assurtedi t hit their Servaits
wvill have every nvces-:sary attviintin.
A ttiusta, I:y 26. 1 v 19
Edgefield MyLale Academy,
l IE Exercises if this Tbstitution were resumed
on the first of A nigne t, under the contrIl if
Mr 1. GR GG LEITN EUt,ourhist years Teacher.
Teexperiencee of a twelvemlonthi has1 fully -mis
fied1 us Ilat no n1ore competelt, young' getltitmantut
el hie funtild in the State tha1n the one now at the
head of our Aca.lemy. 'Tlie best prof*if i:s
the geni-al sati4f1ction eivitvt him hv earu,
b1aeke-d hv tile addiitioil faict tthat his Selo I. at the
tertminatiin ii its first week for the sventi! year,
numberedl -13 Pupiln
'T'lie Trust-es dvsire to ntesure the Pulice that
their mniteI eI titis will be given to tIle cause (.f
iheir School, and a cintinued nnd complete suipevi-vi
siwn will be exrcised tiy them over its pie'li-1.
Mr. LIrTN- Will in a1 short tille p roMure a fir-St
rate AssistanIt. and any number short of finr .Se ure
eaI thien be well at temile l -i:.
TIhle Bitilingrr i] OnTTfortablC condiition. havingt
three large fir-e-places (on. in) ealh ol le Mrter
Iiroors.) and being will ruppiild with conveieilt
table, :mde1 rllmli.-chair of the best fini1sll.
O.nee iotre we e peal to the piepe if T fefite'i
anmd the adjoinitg Distriets, for their en.iu::amtl
rof onr eantest endieavors to sttab:ish a firtm r;.t
i iparatry Schouol.
IFor the Clissicl Dolrrtment. per annui,. .8'i.0
I aliigher Eng-. .'* " "4...U
" Orlinarv' " "i ". i ... "Al
Capitol boatrilig to be iI in plensanit famies.
JUllN LIl'SCO.\lI, l,
A RTill'R SlalEINS, | 2
GEO. A AADDSON,
R. T. M.IMS. )
A ug 3, if 20
Fresh and Pure edicines, &c,
I H Subs-irer has just received a SELLCT
i STOCK qlf
Family ]Medicines, Chemicals, an.
-coNSleimo Is rlwr oif
Sulphainte of Quitine, j'r~e l'ili .\hism
Suptj. Caheionati of Sod.~ |Calnmel,
l en ry's Cln. MJ('gnies... Cream of Tarrtr,
I.: io Salts, leeline,
Lumpr~ .\lanuia. Strynhinte,
.\lus .ixir of' (Opium. lnhttestiik's v \r-t,ifugi
'tmott 'siEyett aer, i.\lr eAlister's Oitntmnentt
Cheieseman'sti I ialsamn, gvn' ncs
Norwooduii's \'erttrumt V iride
Anrd a full supi 'y of mosiit all tihe poipulatr Patnt
\ lediies it th'ie-t dal of which atre wiansted
flee frotm aiulterat lon.
* Cl. Li. PENN. Amc:NT.
Fine Groceries, Liquors, &c,
- LE Subscriber ints now in Store a larg,. Nuiilk
.1 irC Griceries, k~e., wichl he will diti- e of a'
remarikably low pieis. Amng h1.s SteUck ImyI be
No. I Clarified. Crushed anid Lunf Segnnr,
Yellown Coliee Suganr, atn excellenlt tidei i,
*Old Javat :d Rito C,.Iree.
Alereer Potattois, Silver Skini Otieltns.
aines, Sn. iobs'j 5~.ters, Tomaetit Kenit- u,
Pepper Sace I'reserve oif ueey descril1,t, il
Pickles,' Splnid~ Vie~r. ke., &c.
Liquors anid Wines.
G rison's best Wh~il.'ey Nee"r lii.
Newi itni huIil ium, I IIl lany
Ti niite :n11 l I' a do ci
ir.-t quality C lhmi-ieb Wio.
Alsho, Caisks of Supeier I roies.
I S. E. IlOWER , Agent.
ITamurri Nov i.i ti -.
i.Ii Js Lhtnhee.kiir, dIiej., arne not iied :i'
wanrnedt tii settle the snnle jinedialyI., as liU ir
inuienee musult nout lie expectedi.
T VST Re. .iveid irec~t frim th F .eor. Thi
Ii) bit x,2s Ci1 IN T3.\CCO , nie
Ext ra affd i'renmum. F~or sai Iy thec Itx. hr a
relil at L.W Pi 'RICESi. jo iiriIil to calel :mdl
samlle be-lire buyittg elsewhr. I.
0. L. PENN, AOcNT.
rj -''ii a rgi-ilreg-thte Orediiiit y to Iei'p hi; ili ee
. lt- illVintln Dulna\Nii- an. ridanis except;
rvell ilt I wildl atte-lil ptnettllly innl Oti h e i-t
thosee- dauts atnd piesn havinnr huimlis with tne,
arte reqetd to com <niwv i thie daystt wheet.em
For the Planters!
[I 0 [I)%. Pervuvian Guano,
U 100 bbls. Kettlewells GUA.NO
and SA LTS.
711 ib:s. Kettiewte.'s CTI EMICA L SALTS,
30 " Pure ground PL ASTER.
The above ele.braitd Mnures f1r nalo by
J. SIBILY & SON.
inburg, Nov 14, if. 44
.6I" 'The .,aurensville Herald. independent Press
ail Anderson Gazette will copy the. ahove four
tiies. and forward bli's to .1. S. & SON.
Wagon Yard of
'M T7lE U.1erAiged take-s tiiks: niethod of infrormn
in- his e..a iirry friends and the I.ubie gene
1ratly tiat hie h~as openeld a
WVagau ~'ar-d-and Stock Lot,
lit tie tni if I :ihabrg, r.ear the Spout Springs,
it tle Iarde ',nI oa::nodious Stabal.s where ti:4
Pl.inters lipit I formerly stood, where he is pre
pIred to a conotdate \iragoers and Drovers with
everfthing' wanteil in teir ILne.,
I Iis : i.'-ao4 m1al4 1.ws ;ire, in the highest and dri
est part ol lie Town, and conveint to the.best of
water-wtli I lit se aivainage.' and his per sonal it
tention. he hopts to receive a liberal patronage.
| 1-l~I e~ will ket p onstaatly: on. hatnd and for
sale at the lowe.st narket priet-s, ityply of Corn,
Fodlder, &v., and will alu t'eed huraes by the day,
wcek or ii. ih. F. M. !Ti'TS.
Iu laburg, :6. G., Nov. 14, 3t 44
OTICE is hereby given, that the Firm of
, l's W i$ & S Y, inl the Blacksuni and
V heelwright busiaess. is th.s dav d.s:o ved by mu
Itoat onselit. -All pwr:ozns indiebled to Ih(' Coleirnl
will Set tle with William Spirt s, as lie is authurized
to settle up the businei's o1 the Firmn.
" ILLI A.\ SPI? RES,
11iltnhur. Oc.t 1.5h, 185'4. 4t 43
0iA I OF 6OUTHI CAROLINA.
IN CUL}ION PLEAS.
S. F. Stevensa,
r7. Fureign Aitac.ment..
Cha s. . 1 larris.
r, i I P'laintiff in the above ease having tjis day
filed hlis .1J ;rt o in my U iilln the
I)h feianilit ha ing iteihller wile nor A ttoriey to re
ide withill tie lilits o1 iths bate, on whuni a copy
1 jci Meinlration wi:h a rule1 to pien3o1 ealo be
ierul O iln mtton of .\ir. A DAMS, llaititf's A:or0
iiey, Urdered, ' liat -iald Jitleidutit a.p i.t Mill
p.ead to baid Dec.aration within a %ear and a dat
110r1 the date hiert f01, fiia and a1bolutejudgmuat
will bie given againsht himi.
11105. G. BACON, C. C. Z. D.
Clerk's OfMee, April 17, 1t54. ly 14
Slate of South Carolina,
IN COIMNOA PL-A.S.
S. E.!we s
r. Farcign Attacineni.
J.~ ' l. Robison. )
"''I i-l I laintif' in the aboiive case -haiing this day
JiL - Ihis .I univaat.on in Iy Ullicc, and the Vj
-iid:st havin: neilher wifte nor Attorney kn(Aiuto
res:de waIiti the limits . ihis State, on Wilhil
p.e of:-nid itcel:,ratiol w.t1 rultes it p!ead Ca le
ser Vk(.d : Li otion of lr. bil'L.H, Attorney for
P1'init.tI, UnkIrei i . hatisa.d I jefeditivo appear and
p to.' s. I J)te'auitioin witln:ii year mnd a day
f romi the da'e hetrctl. or ihm: and ..btulvte judgnj
will be anuarded azgaiwt hi.m.
Ti . '1Iu0S. G. IACuI, C. C. E. ID.
Ofilee. Marcii G, jS.. ]y 12
stave of South Carolina,
EDGI F 'I LD 1 )l'l RICT,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
. .Foreign Attachment.
Chu: i s S. . irris.
. :-'. I harr.*on,
C.7 Foreign Attachment.
Char(s T. TTaris.
rnil I lil ;Ii, inl the abtoove cases having thiu
1. Iie :ir Dei)elaration in my Office... 1nd11 tilt
I itfniinltI itving nilher wile nor Attoriey known
: V .!..i:hm tile lilt ts if Ilis S oie, on whm
Sopis of a Deelaratilions wilri 111.5 Io l!nld ca
.i ' O 'r- .Th:..t .....d I .a oI .la..t ap at. r . ad
ph ni t :-::idi'3n~ain w'ihn Vy:O1r amilnday3
fro 33t date1 3 her. or l':nalln absroute judigment
vIl be giveI again hi- m.ii
Ch-rki 's filen. M.In- S8 l.5l. 13' ]2
., T I A i 0 Mht. II . '.\isOLlN A,
r-:G I- LL l)IST[R ICT,
t e FiCn:3ioreigni Attachment
ChairteT. I lnarisi.
(Charne T. I inrris.
JL. day' tiled lteir le-ehirntions iii rey Of1oee. anl
theI:,fo:a~thain. niithe~r wtife no~r A tlurone
whlom~ alopis f1 s:id Ii:I'in31 wi hi h to loead
.\.ttorn'Iey, O~iri-e 'o l lt aid a ll i.i.nilh3nt npp,' nr
maial p'.:'d tao s~a!id Deerars w3illiin. a ye a l n
1y1f..m ~ 3h da heef 13 oar 1im.!iand abtole judg
ineill be I iven*'3 '1 :II him
T.11 I. B.H\CON, c. c.u.n.
ST.\TEI 01- 5017'I'li o'.A ROLINA
E [GCEF!F.I) IF Til CTf,
I. (.y'O3J.'ON P'LE AS.
*i]leder L. J'. ama D cIiDeL
Iili l :E.\S the adI it:i dh on the:ial eiih~thay'
I1:a t aof .:jrch. a.\ . I :i. I ii 1 . ! i decartioni
w:. sI 3 .h3..!.3 11 mi, uL ha~ (ras it is s13aid il'absent'
Io~ :nii wiitho3ut the( j~ o t h~is tatleb, gind hand
' 1, 1 wife no Aul it\ta kinwn tin tCWheia:a
8.i ,i ta iet r, ale tr'h re3i, 'I. a lky Aid -
II I-~'r't dc /appirar i? pcad te esta declaration.
wihi ya and~2liill2, (a33ay it fromthi . ate, ithiwiae
13ih i a a:nte 11'l. judgm e will be given tand~
b k'a 'lie. (. b : i' I.r 1 *v4 :31 Sb l U
Oat 1.1 it e. .. '
.1 person-- imb hIt.' it theC esate of Wiltliam
r3ii''3 r/rl tl31?O Iioni of the-el~st of13i5 W ilm
I- b:.iirI h-e.. are earne tty regnI steditol bll renI~od to
.JuAEP fl. T.\lKll, Adm'or.
LT,1 Peror) iibted' toteEsaeo 4Aiu
us1:i inideb:edl :oa the Ei'Itate of' Capt. F.
Il-ltre n~ hil mt' them in to ill:- underhsi;.,red prep
, r~y nueed. J.iE 'aWS, 'or
IMIORTERS OF .
French, English and German
209 a;42% i 9ing-s 11eet 'of Market-Street
VCiarlest,oni go V -
( ARPETINGS.- thi-iirf,7 Plys, Brussels Ta
pestry and Velvets; - , . - -
CU RTA IN MATERIALS, in-Silk,I Satis: and
W'orsted, -* *'
Curtin CambrIes.pnd Muslin', in.lirge varjety,
ilt Q41rniies, in all ihe neLw dcin,
jCurtinit Giiip, Ijolders, Loops Tissels, &c.
Draper dfor1dnaid Bell, Rolies, iii Vll isties,
Britis anid Aini'ian Floor Oil CI.ths
Silver and Gilt Stair Ruds and Sutir Carpetings,
W ilto.n, Velvet, And. AxminsterRugs, in large vb
PLANT1TION 'IOOLENS BPnks,ains,
Kersey s, Clips, &c. -
Red and -WhteFInnH.;% irting &e.
Cotton Osnaburgs, of-all the best Southern inanu
fnetres.d . 5: '., '-E f. 'f
-English and AmericannCOTTON.FLANNFLS,
Frwnch,.Euglish and Aneerican Prints, .. -
LINENS, of Richard'i.sn's stiperior iake,. for
Sheeings,Shirtings. Pillow Cases., Table Da, sis,
Dloylies, Napkins,. Tpwellings, 11uckab:ieks, Fruit
Citis, B. E. Jiapers, ross Cloths, &C.
Clotlh.q, Cassinieres and. Vestings, of best French
Servants' Cloths,: in all the. shades of Eniglislh
Siitineis, Tweeds, Jeans and Lintleys, of all
bualitics iit) styles. With a full avssornient, of
In SILKS, 'P'lSSUES, BAREGES, GREYA
DINES, Ml USLINS, &e.
. Bomnbanines,.Alpneas and Mourning' Goods, in
All the nbove are of our own Direct in
pairlation, and ofi'red at the L, U W E z T
- Terums---C ASH, or City Accertanee.
.-The ONE PRICE SYSTEM strieklr ad
hiered to. ^All Goods wnrrnnted.
BROWNING & LENAN.
Chrleston, Jan 0- if 3
THE GREAT KENTUCKY
DR JOHN B3ULL'S
- IITS meulicine', when used according to directions, will
estre, without fail:
or Kint:'s Evil.
Cance Er tiptons.
.. b :iTf tli Sk nME ie
Tumors, Chronic. Sore Eyes,
Ringworm or Tetters. Staid liead,
theumatisn. Pains in the* Rnn-e. or
Joints, Old Sores and. Ulcerss welling of
the Glands. Syphilis, Dypepsla. Salt Ithenm,
Diseases of tie Kldneys, Diseases arising from the use
of Mlercur Ios of Apoetite. Pain In the Side and
Shoulders. denernl - Debility, I.umbago. Conghs. Coils,
Dropsy. .laundice. Costivieness, Bronchitis, Weakness of the
Chest. Sore Throat. Pnhllnonary Af-rilnne..,nl alU other
Diseases tending to proluce Consuniption. i ver CoN
plaints, Feniale Trregulariti-s And Complaints, Low
Spirits, Sick and Nervnus Ileadacelu. Night Sweats,
Exposures, or Tinpridence in Lie, Chronic Con
.stlditiional Diseases, and as a s'prine and -
'Summer Drink, and GenerlTonlc f'tise
- -- System, and a Gentle And Pleasant
,P2i rgtlve, It Is superIor to Blue
ick and Congress Wrater,
. r s emarkable fac't that among the hundreds of
emientphylefnswho hiave examined th elebj which
Belt's .Sarsaparilla' is :prepared, not one lies :condened.
it. but all approved it, and .conmmend It in ibe highest
terms. Mtany physiins espress'themnselves strobngly-ini
the belief that It Is decidedly the best: preparation of Sar
saparilla that has ,ever. been placed biefore .lthe public,
Although there are many phfsicians irhc feel a reinetance"
to having their nmnne-e appended to the-recommendation of
any purticular remecdy, niotwithsandinig they miay approve
of it in the highest degre/there are others who frankly
yield theIr support In ravor of a remedy which they know
Ia capable of. doing so much good in an aillicted comn
niunity. As an evidlence, read thue following from old and
respectable physicians, of high standing in the community
In which they live:
T EST I MON Y.
(t? Testimony like the following rend--rs superfious all
comments o,: the emlency of Thuls Sarsaparilta: - rom Dr.
L.. P. Yandeli, Professor or Chisitry In the Louisville
Miedical College: I have looked over the list of ingredients
composing John Bull's Comipnunt Extract of -Sarsaparilla,
and have no bietration In sainlg that they form a safe
compound, and one that promises well in chironie diseases,
to whlrh it is applicable. L. P'. YANDItL, M1. D.,
L~ouisville. June 0,-IS48.
What Dr. tPyles. physician by appointment to the Louts
viiie Marine Ulospital, says of iluli's Sarsapairilia t
JLctaVnL.t, 3larch 20, 1849.
Ibave examined the prescription for the preparation of:
-John llll's Sairsaparilla, amit I beliere the comiblnation to
he an exellent one, and well calculated to produce an alter.
ativelompression on the system. I bare used It both in
publie and psrigate practice, and think It the best article
oSasprlanow in use. -
M1. PiES, M1. D..
IResident Physician Loulsrillu 3larine IHospital.
- Lounosr, Kr,. April 25th, 1860.
Sia - Permit me to address toyou a few lines, and do sue
the honor to reply to a request that 'I will make In the
conclusion of this letter, &c.
I am a graduate of Transylvania Medical University ; I
have practiced mediicine In this wlllerness country, about
live years, but owing to exposure to bitter cold weather, I
have been Indisposed with- Acute Itheumiatism about six
months After having exhausted muy skill in the treatmnent
of my case, and deriving no benefit. I wss induced to give
your FLU1D EXTRACT 01 5AasAP'AaiLLA a fair trial, and
accordingly purchased a bottle of yourmedlcine from your
agent, Mr. George P. Brown, about two weeks ago, and I
must confess that one bottle has entirely cured nie.
It is my; opinIon, that your preparation of Sarsaparilla
is decidedly superior to any other preparation now In use,
and I wilt take great pleasure in reconmnending it to the
atileted. sbeing a remedial agent, and I will advise the
physieians to use it In their practice, &c.
-Respectfully yours, 11. B. ALLEN, M. D.
.LOUterLL.r, July 13th 1849.
I have examIned the lIst of articles that conipose John
Bull's Extract of Sarsaparilla, and I have ao hestitation in
saying that It Is a safe and valuable compound. I would i
prefer it to any article now in use, fbr the diseases erluing
from an impure state of the bleed or taint of the system.
I contidently recomnmend It to rny friends as being a power
ful Extract, and one that I believe will cure all classes of
diseases, for which it Is resommnended, if used according to
directions. I believe-It to be a valuable succedaneem to
Mercury. -Nay, I have my doubts whether In the siioe
violent and ptotracted.cases of Sy philis, accompanied with
Nodes Trophe, In enrieS 'of the boned, - whether It -ought
not to succeed every ether remedy.
S. L. MicCON'ACIITE, 31 D.
IHonorary Member of the Medical SocIety, P'hiigdelphla.
D7I Hear, what Dr. Stapp, a physician whostands at the
top of his profession, says of John llull's Sarsaparilla:
I have been using John llull's Sarsaparalla in a great
varIety of chronic 'diseases, with the most happy effect.,
and I have no hestitruion in recommiendlug It to the public
for the cure of scrofnla, syphilis anid all cutaneous and
glandular dIseases. Yours, most fervently,
Lewisport, K~y., April 6th, 1541. Wal. STAP'P, M. D.
Ee~v. E. W. SEHON, -Rev. E. STEVENSON.
CoscLUsIVE. - The following is a verbatim -copy-of a
certificate now in the possessions of the proprietor of Bull's
Sarsiiparilla. Rtev. E. WI Sechon is'widlely and generally
known as an elognent and accomaplished pastor of the Mt.
E. chureh. and Rtev. E. Stevenson has, been known na one
ohf tihe moost tal-nted and zealous memibeirs that the Ken
Ituck' (onferenee could boast df ror many years, and at
tis iiumem t illing the high and responsiblc station of agent
-for time 31. E. liook Concern. Can the world produce better
or mnore'saisfactory testinuony In favor of any medicine?
l:teir testimony .then was ever oliered in. favor of any
medicine. Rier. Et. W. Sehon - R1ev. E. Stereunson:
1.outsvdi.ix, Mtay 20th. 1549.
We have used Joh-n Bull's Sarsaparilla, anid have known
it tO bq used, with entire satisfaction; and we have no
bestitationi In statink our belief that It is a safe and
valuable mnedical compound, anIa calculated to produce
much good mind relieve much suffering;,.and. therefore
wouild cheerfully and..:nost earnestly rediomntieni'iIt to the
afflicted. "'-:- - .; E. W-. SKIIO
; (Signed) E. STEVitBON.
We earnestly invite all .ngso who are suffering with
any of " the ills thatfIds II to." te-call on Dr..John,
Duill's 2agent,. an.1 get a copy of itull's Family..,tournal
rcatvis ; anid tbri-eke of humanIty ** -hope 'fhat; a
'single indifidual wil.niot bueund unwillingtogivell. 's
Sarsaparilla a Tram.. after readig, an4 recollectig , he
same ethne. that It Is lnupoutIblei forestl octor tojmub sh
the tenth pat of the number ofteittleatesof astbunding
enresi perlformed~by his.Sarsaparlla The amaount..of tes
timiony voluinutrily showered on Dr, Bull's Sarsaparilla,
frmwelknw and distinguished'IndIviduals, both in
public and private life, lies beoi -perfectly ovei-whelsning.
- -. lyr..John .ilull' litincipal Office, west shde EIftb
street lf'ret door below Mlain, Loeisv.m.s. Kr.
p :'5'1.1 by C. L. PE NN. F.h-rfl.'bi C. 11.: W.\ RDLA W
& DEN1Xl). Ahhevllo .C. II.: PEATT & JTONE$, Newhecr
lIISLEY & CO.. Augusta, Go., anid by one Agent - ini every
Good Peachlrandy !
1USTI received a .large supply of P'URE OLD
, S. E. BOWFilS, AaGs-r.
.,'' ~ ~ _'A FR ETt~g )S
D R. A.-.GSTEAGUE .rospectfllps...
his friends and citizeun of Edefield gerleyay
tiNt he fihs judt -'eiv'eda LAR " ADDITIO
to his already extensive StUk or fresh and geduh
Drugi, Medibinds;'heinicals, tie
'lis D'rugs arerfiyt'mndfhrsiu
ill thAt ari found *iorthle, riipftedaTe.d ,tmose
*that are approved may bent0ed,oo as,. oicistawd
* ~VL of hi clieipi qu~nns flnetui''e,
IP11il, O thns c e re uthup'elia g
own supwrvision and in strict accordance WithtWB
United'eaates Di-spensatory. . .
FroI. his long and eateneive experience.ip She
pr.'ice'of iedicine" he han ma:e av ri1C'oii
pwindq f his wit. nit to be fmibn in theDfsi &est
tory, viz :Ak- Preparatin fir the CRUtTPjwUi&
he has usedlextensirely fur-eighteen :y.ears. andeer
commendii withy idiience,; a V' I.RMIFMJEsafe
anUl eflielent; and many other' Comjoundwh1ie'i
lie n-kes exteinioraneously to fulfil Lthe indkialinh
in each particular ease for which it is need- .r
It .w6uld require more space .than; :euld be ob
tained in a Ntwspaptr to -give is'etalogue or the
D~rugs, Niddihes'and Chthiies hkiati And sold by
im---suflice it toysylieearfrniihlysiian'.
Ofile C0I PLLTE wtlPhysirk Twi Furniture.
Ile has added to Isis 'orinl Std spine of the
most-reliable Vegetable extriaets, iz: PODOPI.1L
.9T~f'.lLLNGa,.l TbD Pi It."'t
i-T Planters and famile can bI suiiewat
edicines necessity iri a i fnilj3- d--when desired,.
directioas put up with- eaCh article,
All of the most reputah'e NOSTM I'y be
found in his Establishtiment. Also,
Ctiadies, KJisses; Svgar Plums"U nd
ALSO, FINE WINES 'AND BRANfDY.
for Medicinal purposes.: , t
Perfunery of his own uad- Northerar make,
hard to heat.
SOAPS.-A iarge and extensive Vnriety.
CA NDLES,-Wax, Spernm-and A din e ndu .
Paints, Oils and :ye Stuffs?
WINDOW GILASS-,- PLTT-Y, VAlRISHES, .tei :
BR USIIES.-Markin. .Sash, Tool. Paint, Grain
ing, Tiitlh.- Naii, Flebh, Cruub, Shoe, llorwand
P ENC)LS-Canitel's nnd S n size.
A aid last lintsch not k-ast, thefimest I IA I R BitWT
ES ever oll'red in the:plae, of various patrodi
Dres'ng and extra fme COMBS,
nUISTINO BRUSHES.-An1 exellen"t nrtie1.t
PAPER-Fools Cap and Letter Paper, conmn
ad fiane. .
NOTE PA PER-Var:ous sizes ani faney styles,
ENVELOPES-Common Buff, Plain White and
INK, PENS, PENCILS -AND? CRAYONS,
Osbo'n's AL * iqriean -Wafe dahu rs.
Gum Elastic itils-Shil, 110} and
Fnd-Parlor Kisser thelniti ,iillitiii .-diem
to exercise wi:hin doorp, -when 'thia6iftheiri
too. inclemiment to be out. -
.11.1- 18 t '
GREATI SO U T H E'RN R E, EDY
JA COB' CORDIA DO
C110 ll"R.\.' lIJSE NTER i, iRfG
CHOLERA MORBT7S, BILLIOUS COLI
CHOLERA INFANTUIVL P
M.\o, ADMaIABi.Y ADAPTI'r) TO .ANY DiSFASEQF
E.MiALEs, s10-r fsrECIAa.LV PAE SPFUCi.A .LYUATio.
TIlE 1'711 TPr'ES'OF J..-.'S C'f'omI..j 1. .4E 'To0
W E!.. KO 1YW TO'l EIWQ L'li E ~ 'E<0 t Ir$
1st. .it'inres thw worst e of1 trrDih:*il. It Anrmi the
worst forms o' l ysentiary: sl. It eures UnlfiornitMitnlwo
enn Jirrrhicc ; 4t1h.-1 relieves thatseverent Cioic:CI.4ti
i-ires.Chvolernt Moribiis;'Gih. It eures (ioIera lastiI'
7Il. *11 cres painfll -Minstruation ;a h.t ,eIsvPaia
iak aid Loins: 9th.-- It einunternes MVtshlnes- and01
:iponlency; l0tih. It re.stores IrregularitieisT. ItAlspets
I-somiay anud Ilyoterivn Feelings; Iilth. It's an A urable
A Few Short Extracts from Letters, Testimonials,-&.
"I hav userl Jacobs: Cordial.- In my famlly.-aund- bave
fian it a loit fileiewn ald In Plny-Juaginent..a valu;ale
remed7y." - Tin. II fIt.Im WARNER.
Juige or snpreme Court, Gs. -
-It gives ste piensure in bring nble to recommend .la
rib's 'ir:la!-nvay own per.-tonal exi.rriene, and lte esp
rience ofir iy neigihors and friends arou:.nd me, is a sulci
cini gunranArca~Ie eyse 4..J..S.ree site .su a $i pupot
to be ;'vIz: .1 Scrig'lhm.9a-4~." - .~
- . N .WM. II. UIEDER1WOOD,
For~anerly Jutige of Superlur.Court, Cherokee Circuit
"I I take ;:rent plensure in reciinmendtig this inval
ma'leinae to all afileer withs howel dis'enses. fori-a
ahi-lieve it be an sovereigrn renily-decedvly aafll r to
aaay tihing else ever triedi by mei." -A. A. G AU'LDI '~
-- Deputy G. M. of the Grnad 1Igige amEGa.
"This eftleient remedy is travelling Into celebrt:tt f ast
as liona:sitirle pa.,hedl his colunains Iuto Russia, and gaining
commanenadation wherever uLa$d." ,.
Goor-gla .reffersdnluan, May 19th, 1558.
, -I have used Jacob's Curdial in my-fatnilygatui l,~isih
:all that I hear nbitita it na n reiely isy1l(nse allih bave-. Sred
it. indcneees ine to believe titat'It sIancis at tihe hcndif evm
iprep~tation'of the kind. and I woul recomnatd Its use in
die disensy fir wich a t ils conpuianarica."
MiFZ G. DOBE1iN'. Agenat Bank ofrGa.. Griffin.
"If thecre is nny credlity; Sn himan 'tstsmnyJacob'sa
Corlali-must ntahd premnent aive atlt herpre 'ttathms
for the cure of ihnaeet Disenses. From -thejmaapf testimo
ny in its favor conming in fr'am all quarters, It maust be-very
fsar in 'ndvance. as a curative agetit, of n'osttf not alil other
- putent' prep:trattions." 'A. FTELtaMING. '
Agenat .\acrin unil Fire Insurance ltnnk.Grifan.
I[- For aie ina thais vilingelby G. L. P'ENN. Aor.:ev. and
the principal Mfereistants n Druggsts thrnigtimtthe State,
W M. W. BLiSS & Co.. Proiprietars, Satniske
M!ay11 ..,, . .. - Smnt . .- 17
Edgefield & Cheathamn' Pank-Rs
jIOMa::nit after thme 1st Mny n ext,.tictd'fikd
L& Celni PIlank Road .wil be ipe~il-Irom~
Mr. JTnn: s G n iFPI's to the junctial~ udth 0 ilclli$
huirg & Ilalg~ielal Pina~k Roinde.' :'dish.'mee sit lious
ile miandthea fsilowinag tintte& or.Tol.will'he
EnZaies of Toll.
'Four, five and six hoirso Wagsins, 5 ets' per mile
Two "* Carriages 3 " t"
One *i " . 2 ~t
.. hlorsebak travelkrs, . J t" "t "
Vehiiles~ on meieting, nre ench entitled -to hhlfIhe
P LA NK TiR CK.nand the Drivers are requiired to
turn -o the " RIGHT !"
S. F. GOODE, PREsIDENT.
April 2.1, tf - 2
Particular Notice, '
To thse.Stockholders of sa thej gegcl4d'Qdd
Fellou-s' and Masonic Building Associa
GENTIEMEN: -You will comse foiward and
pay to .Ins.ii;SnllivnsN.Treneurer; brA: Rbnidy.
.\gent, the Third iistulmnent of? 1hlper cent. amn yoer
Stocek. A nd thiise-who have given theiir*Noies fur
the First anid Secondjinsthaneps,.ar~e earnestly re
qtuested toi take themi-up, as wee-medremney to have
the work -advanced. Please respond early.- 5
Ju .2 4..-G. TEAGUE,-Pres't
Jue 2 .tf .- - 22:
IS Pwo-opened, at thme ":Ot of the hill, immediately
at te entranc of tihe Phaank Roaad. into..Main
Street, antd nenirly opposite Mr. Witt's residene'e.
it le i ~hosIorses, maakes Pk~ws, Trains Waegons,.
atmnds Wi~elerns. Lays A xes, aind does .raris-us
iiter thainmg after the -ol style. I Ie hats adopted
manay air thae-modern ipps veentgt in fact all. o(
tene except'that or slighIa~tm his work. -
And he liumibiy asks a ca:1. * -
Jana Ii tf
Ta..f;lley dee:.. up tim She tinme of his -denth,'aad.
to .Jsisephl 14. Talley, Aahninistrator of the eatSest
Thaomas Talb-y, dee. are earnestly request'edstete
rea:dy to maake pame tby the 26th day oft Dees
lier next, as lsonger inudulgen~ce entmnot la given,
Anal ihose. htaving demiainds neainst saide estate -wifl,
render them ini to thie untdersignerd properly aitestedL.
30~JSEPiI 14. TA LLEY, A dnr..
Oct. 19 .- r 'lpt -.___________
LLTA Permron indebteltoothe Estate er:WiM.
.tTimmeaarman, dee'd..mre request. to--p4*e
-arriangemetaa settle te same .withbUeout iy,-.eed
thoiset hauvina deandss aeninst said ltagt:4lit hfrbJy -
no~tiil'l ttndtr tiaem in, pisaperly ntttested, a sao.
as pissibslel . W M. BY RD, Xda'ov.
-Jepat 14 - S ,
A LTL Pelemim tft'lhedE~ui Eistate of W. Hi
11 oss.-decd. are renested to nsalelekh i
ate paymecnt, ande thaise havng dem.~mda. dusint
said Estate, will present thetn-properly attest .
- - yll. M088,- Adiu'or.
Aug 17 ' if a t3
Plastes'ing Laths.- -
900 000l '^*TERING. ,LATHS, fu
nnUiJ ina r nd a'hilf feet long, for
stale low. A pply ait Plank Rosad Mill, 1f1 mil~es above
liniburg, or tam 11; A. KENRIO.
I l..,,,ug April 3 . trf